8/11 SF Speak Out At SF Japan Consulate-Stop The Restarting of Sendai Nuclear Power Plant

Speak out and Rally On Tuesday August 11, 2015 3:00 PM
San Francisco Japanese Consulate
275 Battery St/California St.
San Francisco

Speak out To Defend People of Fukushima
Stop Restarting Of Sendai  Nuclear Plant

On August 11, 2015 at 3:00 PM there will be a speak out and rally to protest the Abe governments decision to restart the Sendia nuclear power plant. Despite mass opposition of the people of Japan and continued contamination of the people of Fukushima and Japan the government is intent on continuing the deadly and dangerous nuclear industry by restarting the plant.
The Abe government has also said that they intend to order people back to the contaminated Fukushima area with the threat that their small monthly payments will be shutoff. This is actually forcing the families and children to go back to a contaminated area where they are more likely to get cancer and other diseases.
The threat of another Fukushima is real and that is why even previous prime ministers Kan and Koizumi have opposed the restart of the plant. It is critical that Americans and all people speak out about this adventurous scheme to restart the nuclear plants.
The No Nukes Action Committee has organized for 40 months since the disaster to stop all nuclear plants from continuing to operate and also to call for the evacuation of all children and families with full compensation.
Please support our speak out and rally on August 11, 2015 at 3:00 PM

No Nukes Action Committee
For information
(510) 495-5952

written by NNA member Steve Zeltzer



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