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 No.142268[Last 50 Posts]

what are the japanese left wing online communities like ?
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 No.142281

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産業革命とその結果は人類にとって惨事でした
私はこれをグーグル翻訳者から翻訳しました
ここでは誰も違いを知らないので誰も私を捕まえません
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 No.142309

I don't think the japanese can be anything but revanchist nationalists or apolitical doomers
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 No.142321

>>142309
Doesn't the JCP get like 10% of votes
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 No.142323

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>>142309
>revanchist
>revan
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 No.142325

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>>142309
>revanchist nationalists
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 No.142326

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 No.142329

>>142326
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sanrizuka_Struggle

>Date22 June 1966 – present

>present
>yfw the Japanese peasantry is still engaged in a PCP against the Japanese gov
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 No.142345

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japanese communist party's aesthetics are less red and revolutionary and more like some sort of japanese show about arts and crafts
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 No.142349

>>142268
>what are the japanese left wing online communities like ?
Probably whining about the JCP desu
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 No.142351

>>142345
>japanese communist party's aesthetics are less red and revolutionary and more like

This might be true for their surface level election material but the JCP for example still has internally quite revolutionary aesthetics with their party newspaper or the party organization itself that features these soviet-style over-the-top titles for party cadre.
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 No.142354

Japan doesn’t have much of a delinquency in terms of political economic action. The right in Japan seems to mostly range from broadly cultural conservative to nationalist. The left in Japan I think I nonexistent, they’re centrist as fuck and have enough of a safety net if you bust your ass for the company for like 50 years. Japan is such a blah and such a fog that I couldn’t tell you where they were headed. Japan is like on autopilot or some shit.
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 No.142356

>>142354
>The left in Japan I think I nonexistent
Literally the biggest Communist party of any developed nation on this planet, lmao
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 No.142365

English-language news website of the JCP

https://www.japan-press.co.jp/
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 No.142389

If you know the history of communism and anarchism in Japan in the 20th century you'd understand why they're like this now.
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 No.142478

>>142354
they have a large commie party
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 No.142567

>>142345
i mean, good. laborwave and socialist realism are both really off-putting to Joe and Junichi Everyman.
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 No.142570

>>142345
so just like the DSA
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 No.142584

shut up weeb
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 No.142586

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>>142309
they can be succdems too!
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 No.142604

>>142567
I'm pro-socialist realism and pro-socialist anime weeb shit but anti-laborwave.
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 No.142752

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>>142326
The Japanese New Left of the 60s-80s was metal as fuck. Forget ML and Trot sects in the US and UK whose activities were mostly limited to hawking newspapers excoriating Klonskyites, Pabloites, Healyites, etc. The Japanese New Left deployed thousands of militants in spear phalanxes for massive street fights. When their sects split over bullshit like ontological philosophy, they didn't just act like it was life or death in their newspapers, they literally assassinated revisionist rivals by the dozens. Look up the history of the Japan Revolutionary Communist League for just the biggest example. If you're wondering why the Japanese Communist Party portrays itself with kawaii smiling families instead of red flags, the minority terrorism of the Japanese New Left is why.
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 No.143127

2ch has a board for the communist party, but 2ch in general is pretty right wing (for Japan) so there are lots of people making fun of them. Communists are usually considered “old”. Common Japanese left is akin to the American left in the sense that they tend to support figures who advocate more social democracy.
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 No.143155

>>142345
kinda low key good optics lesson tho.
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 No.143194

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>>142326
Speaking of forgotten history, a Japanese native recently started a podcast to highlight just that: https://againstjapanism.buzzsprout.com/1738110

Kota apparently has three episodes recorded already, with the third upcoming one being an interview with Gavin Walker.
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 No.143206

>>143194
Gavin Walker, by the way, is like the only western academic who's been translating Japanese marxist texts into English. He updated and republished an overview with Historical Materialism not too long ago.

https://www.historicalmaterialism.org/reading-guides/marxist-theory-japan-critical-overview

His book, The Red Years: Theory, Politics, and Aesthetics in the Japanese '68 is also really good if you're interested in perspectives on the 1960s and 1970s "protest cycle" (as Patricia G. Steinhoff put it)
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 No.143208

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I lived in Japan for a year, the JCP propaganda van was everywhere, they work really hard compared to LDP which doesn't need to do shit to get votes.
pic related: for some reason the building in which I lived always had a single JCP poster plastered on a wall.
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 No.143210

>>143208
this person looks trustworthy he sure has my vote
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 No.143215

>>143208
>compared to LDP which doesn't need to do shit to get votes.
Why are Japs so cucked?
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 No.143217

>>143208
>they work really hard compared to LDP which doesn't need to do shit to get votes.
Well yeah; since 1955, Japan has been a de facto one party state ruled continuously by the far right inner branch of the LDP composed of the direct descendants of imperial generals and war criminals.
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 No.143221

>>143215
The LDP has an iron grip on the country, many Japanese doesn't see a way out of this. Also, like >>143127 said many see the JCP as old-fashioned. I don't get it, but it's the same thing in my country so there's not much I can say. Meanwhile reactionaries are very hip & cool, just like XIX century working conditions.
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 No.143223

>>143217
>>143221
How is the LDP able to maintain power so effectively? Is it like the liberal/conservative duopoly which rules most anglo countries, where most people just mindlessly vote for one of the two main parties and dismiss everything else as a waste of a vote? Or do they actively suppress the opposition?
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 No.143250

>>143223
It's said the LDP has a "I scratch your back, you scratch mine" relationship with people, so they can obtain votes with handouts, subsides and things like that. A couple of years ago an LDP guy had to resign because he candidly admit that a bridge has been built solely to get votes for Abe.
Also, like many parties that rule for a long time, would-be politicians joins the LDP because it's easiest path to power.
Speaking of the opposition, it's fucking shit: they keep splitting, merging, splitting again so no wonder people don't trust them and keep voting LDP even if they don't like their policies. Keep in mind that Abe could have changed the constitution and did a lot of other things with the majority he held, but didn't do it. Why? Because the majority of people are against it and he doesn't want to "rock the boat" and awaken the consciousness of the Japanese people.
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 No.143310

>>143221
> Also, like >>143127 said many see the JCP as old-fashioned.
If that were the case Reiwa would be taking over JCP as the Left. The answer to this aliment is somewhere else.
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 No.143322

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>>143223
Both. Japan's National Diet is similar to the UK's parliament system in the sense that it is often dependent on cross-party coalitions. A big reason why the JCP has become more social democratic over the years is because they've taken up the mantel that was lost with the collapse of the Japan Socialist Party in the 1990s. The JSP were the main opposition to the LDP all throughout the latter half of the 20th century; their struggles with splits and mergers were what partially led to the creation of the '1955 System' to begin with. The LDP also actively suppresses non-parliamentarian opposition groups as well. Here's a funny clip from last October of police entering Chūkaku-ha headquarters. According to William Andrews, one or more members is almost always under arrest; and most if not all of them are of retirement age at this point.
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 No.143326

>>143310
Yes of course, I'm not saying that it's the only reason why the JCP isn't popular, it's just something young people feel (the party secretary Shii had to address this in a interview once, it's on japan press weekly but I can't find it).
>>143322
It's a harassing tactic they also employ against zengakuren.
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 No.143335

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>>143208
i find it funny how abroad in japan which is a fairly normie youtube channel about japan (which is pretty comfy to watch) just has a moment in a documentary he made about his friend where his friend leaves flowers at the grave of marx
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 No.143342

>>143322
>Japan's National Diet is similar to the UK's parliament system in the sense that it is often dependent on cross-party coalitions.
Wouldn't this make it harder to hold power so consistently? If you look at parliaments that are heavily reliant on coalitions to govern they usually have are lot of elections, governments are dissolved regularly, etc. I mean look at Israel in the last couple years, they've been in a perpetual cycle of elections since 2019.
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 No.143352

>>143342
The LDP relies on Komeito, a sort of centrist political party inspired by nichiren buddhist. It's said they're constantly blackmailed by LDP because the komeito is financed by a religious sect (soka gakkai), which is technically illegal but they found a loophole, so if the LDP decides to close this loophole they're fucked.
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 No.143357

>>143342
Depends
in the stability of the country the way the parlamentary system works can play a role but more important is the overall stability of the society look at germany
There are always coalitions but the center right party (CDU) is so big and stable that the whole system is stable
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 No.143360

>>143342
You'd think so! I guess it might be a bad comparison. I vaguely remember reading somewhere that during the 1960s and 1970s there were loads of left wing candidates in local governments, but not enough on a national level so as to ensure the JSP's majority over the newly formed LDP.
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 No.143424

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>>143206
>Aesthetics
Oh, and just as a reminder, I shared scans of protest manga by Genpei Akasegawa from the 1970s to /anime/ a while back: https://leftypol.org/anime/res/5156.html

I also uploaded more protest manga/illustration scans to archive.org about a week and a half ago, too. They were commissioned by the General Council of Trade Unions of Japan back in 1969. It might just be because of the language barrier limiting my research, but I've always wondered why no-one has thought to scan stuff like this: https://archive.org/details/manga-security
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 No.143593

>>143310

I don’t think that is true. The JCP is still largely made up of older members from what I understand. Reiwa got a lot of press and their figurehead (can’t remember his name right now) would do live streams and get tons of views. They were/are very popular with the youth, just not very successful electorally. But the JCP, while it is much larger, is fairly stagnant. That’s what I mean when I say it is considered kind of “old”. People on 2ch would frequently make fun of it for being old, but I haven’t visited there in quite a while and my Japanese still isn’t fluent. I’d think it’s similar to the disposition of American leftists towards stuff like the dinosaur labor unions or the communist party. Young leftists have more affinity for the DSA of efforts they perceive as “new”, all that other stuff is seen as kind of a failure.
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 No.143647

>>143593
>Reiwa got a lot of press and their figurehead (can’t remember his name right now) would do live streams and get tons of views.
Taro Yamamoto and he's not a figurehead, he's the founder of the party and a famous actor, so it's normal that he'd get a lot of views.
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 No.143669

>>143208
>I lived in Japan for a year, the JCP propaganda van was everywhere, they work really hard compared to LDP which doesn't need to do shit to get votes.

-They stand in every single election and pay the horrendous election fees every time
-They completely reject any public subsidies from the Japanese state
-They all pay for it with their newspaper subscriptions
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 No.143673

>>143424
great job anon!
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 No.143680

>>143669
Yes, it's pretty amazing what they do. I'd respect succdems more if they all acted like the JCP.
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 No.143682

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 No.143684

>>143250
I've heard Japan is almost like an updated feudalism or something like that and machine-style family politics reign big. Lots of "rotten boroughs" which are set up so the grandkids of some right-wing LDP war criminal gets the seat automatically, like the Bush, Clinton and Kennedy kids and grandkids but much more extensive, over a broader swath of the country.

>>143322
I read that the Chūkaku-ha are descended from the New Left groups in the 60s with the cool spear phalanaxes.
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 No.143690

>>143684
>Lots of "rotten boroughs" which are set up so the grandkids of some right-wing LDP war criminal gets the seat automatically
Not sure about this, but until a few years ago rural areas were unfairly overrepresented compared to urban areas. And of course rural areas, which are often dependents on subsides, voted LDP en masse. Things are changing now and there're some farmers who vote JCP because they support tariffs and oppose free trade agreements with the US.
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 No.143704

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Are you interested in the fundamentals of Japanese electoral politics and wikipedia doesn't suffice but you don't speak Japanese to go beyond? The following is a youtube series in English that discusses the fundamentals of Japanese electoral politics involving contemporary scholars in a podcast-style interview setting.

Disclaimer: Langley Esquire is a 'public affairs consultancy' i.e. a lobbying and public relations organization with strong ties to the state department and the American as well as the Japanese establishment. Despite the fact that it's not from a radical perspective the way I find their youtube series on the fundamentals of Japanese electoral politics is excellent

Here are some of their videos:

>Japan's Communist Party - The JCP

The biggest non-governing Communist party in the developed world They talk about its history from the American occupation to its contemporary and traditional base such as the teacher's union, its surveillance as well as recent developments.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ssts-JSAoE&list=PLdFBN0Nedy2wVVmjz0AiCWqo-MYv0yumj&index=3

>The LDP

Japan's governing party, history, structure, base and political goals.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=puMDJOaJc0Q&list=PLdFBN0Nedy2wVVmjz0AiCWqo-MYv0yumj&index=13

>The Komeito Party & The Soka Gakkai ABSOLUTE MUST-WATCH

The Komeito Party, formed from a Buddhist sect and primary coalition partner of the LDP, the Komeito party is the key to understanding contemporary power dynamics in current Japanese electoral politics.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JNlMOXeKy1I&list=PLdFBN0Nedy2wVVmjz0AiCWqo-MYv0yumj&index=6
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vWxUMyj9YmM&list=PLdFBN0Nedy2wVVmjz0AiCWqo-MYv0yumj&index=8

>The Bureaucracy

This video talks about Japan's once powerful state bureaucracy and ministries that used to government the country like a deep state, there influence has been declining during the recent decade in favor of the strengthening of the prime minister's office and the top executive overall.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xni3uZma1mY&list=PLdFBN0Nedy2wVVmjz0AiCWqo-MYv0yumj&index=5

>The role of scandals

Scandal magazines are a very important part of the Japanese press and political culture.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JOKpoJFvdlI&list=PLdFBN0Nedy2wVVmjz0AiCWqo-MYv0yumj&index=7

>Trade Unions and Interest Groups

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZhyUslOUTNI&list=PLdFBN0Nedy2wVVmjz0AiCWqo-MYv0yumj&index=2

>The Imperial system

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U5cgY8qhRu0&list=PLdFBN0Nedy2wVVmjz0AiCWqo-MYv0yumj&index=4

Full playlist with many more videos on the particular Japanese government branches and how they interact with each other, as well as other parties and particularities of the Japanese political scene:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRQ-VCVGlV4&list=PLdFBN0Nedy2wVVmjz0AiCWqo-MYv0yumj
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 No.143708

>>143704
Thanks anon!
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 No.143711

>>143690
Was about to chime in to say this. A massive reason for the LDP's continuous rule was anti-democratic districting laws that gave petty bourg farmers disproportionate political power. The other big factor was the "economic miracle" of the 50s-80s. Similar to the Chinese CPC today, one party rule was genuinely popular when their promises of "income doubling" in a decade actually came true. These boom years could not last forever, but it allowed the LDP to build up a political machine and entrenched position in the bureaucracy that is hard to crack to this day.
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 No.143749

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 No.144027

>>143335
wtf Natsuki is fucking based???
I need to catch up on those vids
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 No.144039

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 No.144287

>>141094
>>141028
>>141005
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 No.144327

>>143673
thanks! hope you enjoy it, and that someone will translate eventually
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 No.144338

>>143326
It sounds like an excuse they would give because they do not care for what JCP stand for.

It would be interesting to see an electoral alliance or merger between Reiwa and JCP though.
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 No.144346

Fun fact, it was said by that one Infrared guest that several Chinese Communist founders had attended Japanese uni. and perhaps picked up introduction to Marxist theory while in attendance.

>Japanese New Left violence and sectarianism

URA really was something back then. One has to admire their will to do all sorts of direct action, but also cringe at what exactly they actually did. Their total autism might have set back the cause of the Left, though perhaps it was precisely because the Left was on the retreat, alongside business doing fine, that they resorted to increasingly dangerous sorts of acts.

Then again, it could have also been the tendency of middle class university radicals to overidealize armed struggle and machismo.

Some of them that did those famed plane hijackings are in the DPRK even today.
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 No.144352

>>143194
>>143206
Thanks for this, do you have any contacts for the Japanese guy? You reckon they would be up for writing something for new multitude?
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 No.144357

>>144338
I see it anymore as "there's no way we can have good things", it's a fatalistic resignation to the status quo. The average Japanese knows that there are a lot of things wrong with their country, such as the school system, the stagnating wages, karoshi, long overtime work and so on, but they don't see a way out of this. That's why they're so fatalistic and politically apathetic.
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 No.144364

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 No.144372

>>144364
Not sure about the others, but number 6 is still at large. He's the main suspect of the bombing of a US army recreational center in Naples.
That retard managed to bomb a club full of americans and only kill Italians and a portorican woman.
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 No.144465

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>>143335
>>143682
>>144027
10,000 hours in windows movie maker, enjoy unironically, my meming skills are shit
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 No.144513

An interesting article about why young people in Japan are estranged from politics
https://www.nippon.com/en/in-depth/d00668/why-are-japanese-youth-distancing-themselves-from-social-activism.html
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 No.144526

>>144465
BASED OC POSTER

what's the song that plays at the end?
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 No.144931

I love how no one in this thread has responded to OP's question and it instead veered into a discussion about the japanese left (which we already have a thread about)
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 No.144943

>>144931
when threads derail 100% of the time it's cause none of the people present actually know anything about the topic asked, so they funnel it into neural networks of knowledge that are vaguely related
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 No.144955

>>144352
You talking about Kota? No I don't; he's on twitter though: https://twitter.com/againstjapanism
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 No.144964

>>144931
isn't there a japanese left wing imageboard ?
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 No.145291

>>142326
going this far without posting the japanese worker's fort
watch this comrades: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OAPC1wI08IM
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 No.145318

>>145291
He literally did.
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 No.145379

>>144964
Imageboards aren't a big thing in Japan. There's three textboards.
https://www.5ch.net/poverty/ the big one, mostly news
http://jbbs.shitaraba.net/news/6016/ alt leftist news
http://jbbs.shitaraba.net/news/6069/ anti-netouyo otaku
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 No.145391

there's /r/newsokur
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 No.145423

>>143127
>2ch has a board for the communist party
You mean poverty? That's just a board for general anti-capitalist, pro-piracy, anti-consumerist, anti-establishment, and anti-profiteering, I wouldn't call it "a board for the communist party".
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 No.145489

>>145423

Maybe I’m misremembering, I could’ve sworn they had a board called communism or something. Unless I’m getting my Japanese boards mixed up, 2ch is the text board and futaba is the image boar right?
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 No.145492

>>145489
Yeah, and Futaba bans politics on almost all boards.
There's also poverlution on 2ch but that was a failed project from poverty. I forgot the details.
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 No.146170

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>>144526
The song is "Let's do our best!". From what I've heard, it's the best radleft anthem to originate in Japan. It became a popular protest song during the six-million-strong general strike in 1960 opposing the US bases treaty (Anpo). Speaking of which, I'm shocked that general strike isn't better known since it's almost on the scale of France 1968.

Also, I don't have a twitter account, but getting the Natuski Zengakuren meme retweeted by Abroad in Japan could draw attention to leftypol.org. Not sure if that's a good thing or not.

>>143206
Excellent article, thanks for sharing. I've always been aware of the popularity of Marxist ideas in Japan, but the language barrier has kept me from exploring them further. I should check out some of the stuff that has been translated recently. I tried to read one of them a year ago, a collection of writings from Tosaka Jun, but honestly it discouraged me. Tosaka had been hyped up as a potential Japanese Lenin had he not died in prison in 1945 - one look at his writings and you'd know that's laughable. I don't know why they thought this guy was a threat, it's all critical theory wank on cultural institutions. Had he survived, he'd be destined for a dry academic career. His work's biggest political impact would be as a theoretical bludgeon for some New Left sect guru to conduct the by-now-predictable "Hegelian philosophy" wave of purges.
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 No.147566

>>143335
Kek, which video?
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 No.147723

>>147566
This one: https://youtu.be/WLWZBeX-isM?t=1501

Although pretty much the whole Marx scene is excerpted in the OC above >>144465
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 No.155095

bump for incredibly informative thread that went way beyond its OP topic
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 No.179136

>>142567
Do you know Joe?
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 No.179149

>>142356
China would like to have a word with you.
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 No.179178

>>179149
China is still a developing country.
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 No.179189

>>142286
So same as the U.S.
Fug
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 No.179194

>>142325
Wasn’t the Studio Ghibli film “Pompoko” an allegory for this?
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 No.179197

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 No.179234

>>144327
Even without the translations the links to the archive were more than enough. Much obliged.
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 No.179252

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 No.179426

>>142356
It's a fucking socdem party you dweeb
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 No.179436

>>179426
I've got bad news about 99% of political parties that call themselves communist, anon.
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 No.179438

Where are the Japanese Hoxhaists? ;_;
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 No.179445

>>179436
I know, it's just disappointing to see people act like asocdem party in Japan is supposed to be really impressive.
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 No.180946

>>179438
Are there no Hoxhaists in Japan?
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 No.181831

>>179178
>the world's second largest economy is a developing country
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 No.181930

>>179438
lmao are you a hoxhaist
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 No.181938

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 No.182082

>>179445
It is when you realized how fundamentally cucked Japan as a whole is. Idk why people act like having a big communist party is disappointing, when it pushes for stuff that is radical for Japan and spread anti-capitalist ideas.
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 No.182111

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 No.182160

>>182111
Checked.
There are not only a lot of people, but about over a third of them are peasantry, whose areas are yet to be fully developed.
The number go up A*glos always forget these facts.
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 No.182477

File: 1619006732749.png (26.55 KB, 776x545, u wot m8.png)

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 No.182490

>>182477
They're talking about China, not Japan lol
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 No.182502

>>182490
B-but this is a thread about Japan…
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 No.182514

>>182502
Japan is a developing country.
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 No.182564

>>182082
It doesn't lol pure idealism
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 No.182571

>>182514
more like undeveloping country given how stagnating it is.
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 No.184659

>>142321
JCP are a band of Social Democrats who in their past time offer 300$ to get fucked in anal by the emperor Akihito himself.
BONUS: They threw a large fucking party when USSR collapsed in Tokyo's biggest Strip club.
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 No.184664

>>184659
>They threw a large fucking party when USSR collapsed in Tokyo's biggest Strip club.
Critical support.
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 No.184898

>>184659
>BONUS: They threw a large fucking party when USSR collapsed in Tokyo's biggest Strip club.
wtf source?
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 No.185880

WHERE are the Japanese Hoxhaists. I know they have to exist.
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 No.185913

>>184659
>They threw a large fucking party when USSR collapsed in Tokyo's biggest Strip club.
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 No.185961

>>180264
anyone?
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 No.193492

>>179438
There were Japanese Hoxhaists, but I don't think they're active anymore http://ciml.250x.com/archive/mlwm/mlwm_asia/japan/cp_japan_left_theory_of_3-worlds.pdf
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 No.195549

>>193492
They took this from you
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 No.223482

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East Asia Anti-Japan Armed Front documentary screening cancelled due to ultra-nationalist pressure
In a statement released 4 May, the operator of Atsugi Cinema Kiki said that it had received word on 30 April from police of a two-day protest over the 8–9 May weekend by a far-right group (uyoku dantai) about showing the documentary. As is typical of such groups’ tactics, the protest would involve multiple black vans driving around the local area. These vans are fitted with speakers to play loud patriotic music and amplify slogans in order to cause as much of a nuisance as possible. The operator said that it was concerned about the trouble this would bring others in neighbourhood and, in consultation with the distributor, had made the difficult decision to call off the planned screenings.
https://throwoutyourbooks.wordpress.com/2021/05/05/east-asia-anti-japan-armed-front-documentary-screening-cancelled-ultra-nationalist-pressure/
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 No.223523

>>184659
Are you retarded?
They literally get harrased by the police ,if they cucked out the opposite will happen

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