11/11/15 Rally Speak Out At Japanese Consulate-Stop Restarting Japan Nuke Plants and Defend Fukushima Children and Families

11/11/15  Rally Speak Out At Japanese Consulate-Stop Restarting Japan Nuke Plants and Defend Fukushima Children and Families
Speak Out-Press Conference
Wednesday November 11, 2015 3:00 PM
San Francisco Japanese Consulate
275 Battery St. off California St.
San Francisco, California

The Abe government continues to push to restart more nuclear plants in Japan at the same time that they have been unable to stop the continued release of radiation from Fukushima. Even former prime minsters Koizumi and Kan are opposing the restarting. They like most people in Japan understand that another Fukushima could destroy the entire country. Despite this the reactionary Abe government continues to demand that families and children return to Fukushima and that Japan become a militarized power. They recently welcomed the nuclear carrier Ronald Reagan to land in Japan.
This is not just an issue for Japan but the entire world. The militarization and new war constitution that Abe has pushed through against the opposition of the majority of people is a threat to the world. They are also pushing ahead with a new US base in Okinawa that is opposed by the most of the people of Okinawa and the governor. The Abe government is now opposed by more and more people and it is time to join together against these policies.
We urge to come and speak out and for your organization to join us to stand up against nukes and against militarization and war.

Sponsored by
No Nukes Action Committee
https://nonukesaction.wordpress.com/
For information call (510) 495-5952

posted by NNA member Steve Zeltzer

 

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