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Fuji TV tries to stir the crowd at latest Hanryu protest with worn out Japanese Flag

This demonstration was organized by Channel Sakura and took place in front of the Fuji TV building last weekend. The first movie shows the national flag in front of Fuji TV. It’s a very raggedy and frayed Japanese flag. And you can see it was split once and then sewed back together. Odd? Thinking so…

One would think that Fuji TV put it there on purpose to frenzy the protesters the day of the demonstration. The motive here…
(If they can upset the protesters, Fuji TV can broadcast them as a dangerously rampaging lunatics.) Maybe…

Satoshi Mizushima, Toshio Tamogami and other delegates that attended the demonstration spoke to Fuji TV and asked to put up a new clean flag. Fuji TV said they would put a new flag, case solved? Not so fast, they also said that they didn’t know if they could do it or not without permission from higher up. So flag maintence at Fuji TV is a serious job managed by the executives of the company? Maybe, but anyway–So, Mizushima tried to put a new flag. Here’s the video of that…the Fuji TV guards don’t seem to thrilled.

But that’s not the end of the story…this movie shows that Fuji TV was biding time to irritate the crowd.
The guardsmen already had a new flag…yep. Busted.