As I said in last weeks’s post about the contest for Tokyo’s governor (3Yen / 2016-07-20), Japanese election campaign posters are rather boring with a bunch of old farts who slap their picture with just their name, political party affiliation, and a lame slogan like these. →
You will be surprised to see in the middle of all these big posters is a yellow, palm-sized sticker for “NHK BUSTERS”—the anti-public TV broadcaster party.
Q: So, why is there even a need for “The Party to Protect the Public from NHK”? There’s no such thing a Party to Protect the Public from the BBC or PBS, is there?
A: NHK bill collectors are door-to-door visits extortionists* who unfairly collect (30 to 50% people don’t pay) exorbitant fees for increasingly biased political propaganda since the political appointment of Katsuto Momii, the loonier-than-Trump new Director-General of NHK.
Get the magic anti-NHK seal to stop the door-to-door visits of NHK bill collectors—The NHK Busters seal is now shipping from The Party to Protect the Public from NHK. http://nhkkara.jp
Learn more about the NHK BUSTER, Takashi Tachibana at: wikipedia.org/wiki/Takashi_Tachibana_(activist)
Our previous posts on Japanese election politics and NHK include:
- The NHK man owes me lunch (3Yen / 2013-02-18)
- Japanese eRections (3Yen / 2012-12-04)
- Election goes after the alien vote…the Venusians (3Yen / 2009-09-03)