日本無政府主義者 反靖國神舍 行動Japanese anarchists protest against Yasukuni

2007年8月 15日

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Japanese anarchists to protest Yasukuni

This Aug. 15, Japanese ultra-nationalists and fascists will hold a commemorance vigil at the Yasukuni shrine, and, in what has become something of a political tradition, will be met with anti-nationalist protesters. Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone began visiting the shrine every Aug. 15 in 1985—40 years to the day after Hirohito ordered Japanese surrender. Japanese rightists have turned the day into rallying cry ever since. Starting in the mid-1990s, anarchists and other anti-nationalists have confronted them—and been confronted in turn by the riot police. Here are some pictures from last year’s protest, which brought out Taiwanese, Buddhists and other opponents of Japanese militarism as well as anarchists and “anti-fas” (anti-fascists).

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1 Comment

  1. waaaaaaaw!… i didnt understand a shit, but i saw black flags and people marching.

    THAT’S BEAUTIFULL! XD


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