Movie: Kill Japan's Elderly!

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A Japanese film-maker is shaking Cannes film audiences to the core with a dystopian vision of her country in which old people agree to be euthanised to solve the challenge of a rapidly ageing population.

"Plan 75" by Japanese director and writer Chie Hayakawa is based on a very real problem.
Japan is the most rapidly-ageing industrial society, a trend that is causing huge economic and political problems as a dwindling number of younger people must support a growing army of the old.

Close to 30 percent of Japan's population is over 65, the majority women, and that rate is expected to continue rising in coming decades.

In the movie, anybody over 75 is encouraged to sign up for a deal with the government by which they receive a sum of money in return for agreeing to be euthanised. A collective funeral is thrown in for free.

Ghoti Ichthus

Pray so they do not serve alone. Ephesians 6:10-20
This is just pushing and advancing the worldwide culture of death :furious :rant :mad :wild :frust :puke :cry
Social zeitgeist that some lives are worth more than others and will end with systematic murdering of old people, just like the systematic murder of babies in the abortion industry, and now even sliding into infanticide :mad :puke :cry

All people are created by God and have intrinsic worth.

If (when) the move shows here, hopefully a giant picket line and protest of GRAY LIVES MATTER
(Minnesota . . . Land of 10,000 Protests)

This movie is EVIL, EVIL, EVIL!




:pray :pray :amen :amen
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