Japanese Nationalists: ``May DPJ Vanish From This Earth``

Friday, December 23, 2011

Tokyo- (PanOrient News) A group of Japanese nationalists denounced Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda’s Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) government as increasingly under the influence of China.

Members of the group held banners and placards that denounced the Noda government and its policies as they shouted their protests during a speech by Renho, (Renhō Murata) State Minister for Government Revitalization and Civil Service Reform near Shimbashi Station in central Tokyo.

Two large placards illustrated a young girl saying "May DPJ Vanish From This Earth," and "We Really Hope the Noda Administration Will Fall As Soon As Possible."

While the minister was giving her speech the nationalists moved among the listeners but were gradually forced to move out of the crowd into a corner by the Japanese police. As they were pushed, the activists shouted, “international media. Please publish our message.”

In one corner, an activist held the banners saying “Your Words Are All Lies". Another banner showed a tongue sticking out in reference to a quote, "Dojo (weather fish) pollution!" by PM Noda at his inauguration speech.

One of the activists protested the police action and told PanOrient News that “Japan is becoming a country of dictatorship by Minshuto (DPJ)! There is no freedom of Speech - the police have stopped the demonstrators and forced them to a corner of the station. They are simply showing placards against Noda's policies and his party.”

The activist went on to say that “Our country (Japan) is under the control of communist China.”

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