Fascist wannabes in Japan fight back against Chinese protests

Japan Times report:

These fascist wannabes are the same guys who hire yakuza wannabes to drive around in silly trucks and forced a manga publisher to withdraw a piece of historical fiction that depicted the Nanjing Massacre. I really hope that the far more reasonable majority has the guts to stop paying attention to these morons.

On April 12, a man called a broadcasting company in Fukuoka saying there would be an explosion at the Chinese Consulate General in the city later in the day, Fukuoka police said.

The caller said he had planted 10 kg of explosives that would go off at 7 p.m., police said.

The consulate the same day also received a razor along with a letter of protest over the anti-Japan demonstrations in China, and a razor blade was also sent to another consulate in the city of Nagasaki, the Chinese Embassy said.

Police searched the consulate’s premises and found no explosives, and are investigating the case as a malicious hoax.

On Friday, an envelope containing harmless starch-like white powder was sent to the Chinese Embassy in Tokyo in an apparent anthrax threat, police said over the weekend.

Also that day, a mailbox doorplate and intercom at the Tokyo residence of Chinese Ambassador Wang Yi were found sprayed with red paint.

4 thoughts on “Fascist wannabes in Japan fight back against Chinese protests”

  1. If the Japanese people really want to demonstrate for something worthwhile, there is a worldwide protest outside of Chinese embassies/consulates on April 28th, 12pm. The protest is against China’s policy of repatriating North Korean refugees. For more info, go to http://www.nkrefugee.org

  2. Japan isn’t very big on any kind of street protest these days, but they do have some serious hate for North Korea over there since Kim Jong Il admitted kidnapping Japanese citizens at random for his own psychotic reasons.

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