FULFORD: An Independent Movement Has Started in Japan's Northern Island of Hokkaido
An independence movement has started in Japan's Northern Island of Hokkaido
An independence movement has started in Japan's Northern Island of Hokkaido. Today over 600 business leaders met in the Hokkaido city of Asahikawa to come up with a plan to pull the island out of its economic misery. At the meeting there were repeated calls for Hokkaido to declare independence from Japan. There were also calls for Hokkaido to issue its own regional currency. The discussions then moved to the idea of finding an independence candidate to replace the unpopular governor.
This independence movement is likely to spread to other parts of Japan. The extremely popular TV personality governor of Miyazaki prefecture also told this correspondent he would like to start a revolution. Just like US states are starting to rebel against the parasitism of Washington and Wall Street, the Japanese people are starting to rebel against the Tokyo colonial regime that has been acting like a vampire sucking the life blood out of this country. The world wide revolt against the banksters is spreading.