Banks/Business pressure Japan into restarting Nuclear Power Plants.

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Japan announced today they would restart some of the power plants shut down since the earthquake/tsunami in march 2011.

70% of the population is against this, but the banks and industry have put intense pressure on the goverment to put this moneystream back online.

The people of Japan are suffering terribly from the effects of fukushima,
Why is the UN and the Media so silent on this?

There is no mention of the ongoing meltdowns and consequences to the world of what is happening.

How did we get to such an Upside Down World where war and money is more important than people and the planet?

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