Thursday, November 22, 2012

Hostage taking angry Japanese demands government resignation

A man (est. age 30s or 40s) has taken five hostages at gunpoint at a banking office in Toyokawa (Aichi, Japan). He demands a loudspeaker, media attention and the resignation of the Noda cabinet. 

The exact motivations behind this rather desperate action are not clear but it seems obvious that more and more Japanese People are very angry at the general mismanagement of a government that just clings to power, kicks the can (notably with nuclear energy, risking the lives of most in Japan - and also outside) and does not even dare to call elections.

Source: Ex-SKF, citing Japanese language mainstream media.

Update: the man was arrested. Noda's regime of radioactive terror and corporate lies continues. 

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