Friday, April 27, 2012

Tokyo Metropolitan Government Wants Your Donation to Purchase Senkaku Islands

While checking the Tokyo Metropolitan government website for information on falsified cucumbers at the request from a reader, I found this instead.

The Tokyo Metropolitan government has set up a fund to collect donations for the purchase of Senkaku Islands. Nothing better to do for this whacky, jingoistic governor who continues to do absolutely nothing to clean up the contamination in Tokyo.

Oh by the way your donation is tax-deductible.



1 寄附金募集の趣旨


2 案内をするホームページアドレス


3 寄附金に関する手続き等について

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4 注意いただきたいこと

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Anonymous said...

That Racist fuck Ishihara aint getting a penny from me, on the subject of fake cucumbers here is a recent mis labelling scam for veggies.


Anonymous said...

Oh looks like you posted that cucumber story earlier in the blog..

Luke said...

They can't clean up the radiation. That is why they want to buy the islands.

Anonymous said...

This asshole's hide is thick enough to protect him from radiation so just thrown him into the reactor pool.

Chibaguy said...

There is even a handling charge in some instances! Do not donate money to Tokyo at any cost. It will just be used for something useless.

Anonymous said...

I would gladly donate 100,000 yen if Ishihara would use the money to move his office to the Senkakus after he buys them.

Anonymous said...

I want to donate some money but only if it is used to pay a sniper to put a f...g bullet in Ishiharas head...

Anonymous said...

Violence solves nothing.

It will not win the minds and hearts of the people whose opinions will eventually stamp out nuclear power in Japan.

Anonymous said...

Japan is finished.

Now, we wait for the collapse of SFP-4 and then, the World is finished. Stupidity reins supreme on this ball of dirt!

Even the rich and powerful can't escape their fate unless, they found a way to leave the planet!

Just turn off the lights before you go to sleep...

Anonymous said...

the japan government & tepco have had a year to figure this out.lies and damn is the time for the world to demand the facts and nothing but the facts.these rats have put the whole planet at risk.the time for bs has long past.action on a world scale is needed.where are the tree huggers ,the pipeline protesters?

Anonymous said...

Is completely out of control what has happened to Japan.Don't you see?-Government can't say nothing to the people. News are that half of island is submerging and the other half getting impossible to live in. Lot of sickness.Lot of trouble.I admire this people..and have all my help.

Anonymous said...

The conduct of the Japanese government following the nuclear accident is beyond comprehension. Instead of new land, the people of Japan need a new government, a responsible government, before any further action.

I feel so badly for the common people there.

Anonymous said...

It appears that Tokyo Govt wants these islands to re-locate officials at the public's expense to areas where there is less contamination.

I feel sorry for the people of Japan. Govt feeds them lies. Etiquette prevents them from speaking out. It is long past time to throw tradition away and "do the right thing".

arevamirpal::laprimavera said...

Those islands are too small for the bloated Tokyo metropolitan government officialdom. But they look perfectly OK to send these people to, as a traditional form of punishment.

Ivan said...

Japanese gulag.

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