Plan 75 offers an existential crisis for those wanting
What do you do when a population becomes too old to sustain itself?
The idealist would argue that you find a way to look after everyone, no matter how difficult it is. Of course, good intentions aren’t always as substantive as we’d hope, and there are multiple factors which contribute to whether or not that is even possible. In Plan 75, the Japanese government has chosen to introduce a programme whereby elderly members of the population can voluntarily terminate their own lives to ease their personal burden on society. This is the titular PLAN 75. The reward for such a selfless act is just enough money to cover a funeral if the participant wishes to use it for that reason.
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