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Wir sind das Volk – aber wer sind „wir“? Die Japan-Konferenz und ihre wachsende Popularität
The so-called Japan Conference is the most notable right-wing organization in Japan today. It aims to rebuild the totalitarian system of the prewar period, which it considers the ideal, “originally Japanese” state. It also intends to revise the current constitution, considering this constitution an obstacle to achievement of that goal. Since the fall of 2015, the Japan Conference has been building a putatively democratic movement, a right-wing network that has been rapidly expanding. At the same time, criticism of the Japan Conference by Japanese citizens is also growing.
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