At the 28. July is now happening so: The 緑の党 midori-no-tō (literally: Green Party) has been formed in Japan. In part this arose from a group called The Future of Green – midori no mirai (Green future), a political organization, which 2008 formed, previously recorded but was not a single electoral success. That should change now, because you want the upper house election next year 5 to 8 Candidates set up.
Baerbel Hoehn was there at the founding meeting – almost as an aid worker, to assist the shy Japanese people in the fight against all the other evil parties. The ARD was talk of the beginning of a “Citizens' Movement, as previously would not have been possible”. In general it seems like the moment back in the media the image of the Japanese impaired, of his government treudoof until death follows, to seek, and interest in the tender green shoots, which begins to sprout as, is of course very happy to celebrate in Germany. Why only? The whole seems to have strange. After the quake, the Germans were the first, The fleeing the country or left Tokyo (Message, Lufthansa, THW, Journalists, etc.). At the same time you painted mainly in Germany, the worst nightmare scenarios: Japan, and even Siberia is actually lost, and determines everything comes to Europe.
So now they are all back. The Reporter, a further demonstration on Sunday Thousands of Japanese demonstrated against nuclear power entitle. And Green politicians, to provide aid. What would happen, when a South Korean politician with the formation of a new German party is wise sayings of the? Do not know, But the media coverage would be interesting.
However – it helps the cause, Why not. All the demos are admittedly quite nice, but the movement needs a voice, which may materialize with little luck in the parliaments. As some political parties apart literally crumble the moment, This is probably a good time. I just hope, that the new party does not promptly of Riders of the old variety infiltrated and abused, and is then worn in the usual hacks in Parliament. Whether it is as solid backup from abroad, however, advantageous, will show. Especially when it comes to politics, most Japanese strongly deprecate any interference from outside (that is, of course, to some extent understandable), and the Pan German (!) “Nuclear power? No Thanks!”-Flags at demonstrations is probably conjure up many a ripple upon the forehead.
Here is the link to (preliminary) Website of the Japanese green: greens.gr.jp