Government Pension Investment Fund of Japan Must Divest from Weapons Dealers

Japanese Government

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The single largest pension fund on earth is the Government Pension Investment Fund of Japan.
Its investments include:


BAE -- $20,210,582,394 -- 21,685,640 shares
Boeing -- $81,910,132,740 -- 4,550,982 shares
Finmeccanica -- $3,631,487,860 -- 2,544,637 shares
General Dynamics -- $30,994,240,244 -- 1,904,125 shares
Honeywell -- $75,954,577,525 -- 6,071,812 shares
L-3 -- $8,094,474,705 -- 536,578 shares
Lockheed Martin -- $45,810,122,730 -- 1,882,094 shares
Northrop Grumman -- $25,675,320,046 -- 1,330,112 shares
Raytheon -- $31,189,321,224 -- 2,366,026 shares
Rolls Royce -- $25,067,231,930 -- 14,774,867 shares
Safran -- $20,782,961,926 -- 2,482,419 shares
Textron -- $9,491,086,465 -- 1,784,508 shares
Thales -- $3,724,150,151 -- 559,265 shares

That's billions of dollars in each of 13 of the top 20 weapons dealers in the world, by a government engaged in a debate over whether to uphold its peace constitution and refrain from waging war.

To: Japanese Government
From: [Your Name]

Divest from weapons dealers.