The Party to Protect Citizens from NHK (Japanese: NHKから自国民を守る党, NHK kara Jikokumin o Mamoru Tō), also known as N-Koku (N国) is a populist and single issue political party in Japan founded on 17 June 2013 by activist Takashi Tachibana, a former employee of Japan's national broadcasting organization NHK and a member of the Funabashi city assembly in Chiba Prefecture. He resigned NHK's accounting position in 2005 after exposing internal corruption. Before long continuing of intimidating behavior by NHK television license bill collectors, the party issues special stickers to chase off broadcast-reception bill collectors from citizens' properties. The party's slogan is "NHK o Bukkowasu!" (Japanese: NHKをぶっ壊す!, "Destroy the NHK!").

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  • The Party to Protect Citizens from NHK (Japanese: NHKから自国民を守る党, NHK kara Jikokumin o Mamoru Tō), also known as N-Koku (N国) is a populist and single issue political party in Japan founded on 17 June 2013 by activist Takashi Tachibana, a former employee of Japan's national broadcasting organization NHK and a member of the Funabashi city assembly in Chiba Prefecture. He resigned NHK's accounting position in 2005 after exposing internal corruption. Before long continuing of intimidating behavior by NHK television license bill collectors, the party issues special stickers to chase off broadcast-reception bill collectors from citizens' properties. The party's slogan is "NHK o Bukkowasu!" (Japanese: NHKをぶっ壊す!, "Destroy the NHK!"). The party is opposed to the NHK license policy, supports the moderation of the Broadcasting Act (conditional access for the NHK), and advocates for direct democracy. (en)
  • The Party to Protect the People from NHK (Japanese: NHKから自国民を守る党, NHK kara jikokumin wo mamoru tō), shortened to N-Koku (N国) or officially NHK Party (NHK党), is a populist and single issue political party in Japan founded on 17 June 2013 by activist Takashi Tachibana, a former employee of Japan's national broadcasting organization NHK and a member of the Funabashi city assembly in Chiba Prefecture. He resigned NHK's accounting position in 2005 after exposing internal corruption. Before long continuing of intimidating behavior by NHK television license bill collectors, the party issues special stickers to chase off broadcast-reception bill collectors from citizens' properties. The party's slogan is "NHK o Bukkowasu!" (Japanese: NHKをぶっ壊す!, "Destroy NHK!"). The party is opposed to the NHK license policy, supports the moderation of the Broadcasting Act (conditional access for the NHK), and advocates for direct democracy. (en)
  • The Party to Protect the People from NHK (Japanese: NHKから自国民を守る党, NHK kara jikokumin wo mamoru tō), shortened to N-Koku (N国) or NHK Party (NHK党), is a populist and single issue political party in Japan founded on 17 June 2013 by activist Takashi Tachibana. A former employee of Japan's national broadcasting organization NHK, he resigned from his position in the accounting department after having leaked internal corruption to weekly magazine Shūkan Bunshun in 2005. The party is opposed to the NHK license fee, and its manifesto consists of only one policy, revising the to implement scramble broadcasting, which would mean that only those who watch NHK pay for it. The party's slogan is "NHK wo bukkowasu!" (Japanese: NHKをぶっ壊す!, "Destroy NHK!"). (en)
  • The Party to Protect the People from NHK (Japanese: NHKから自国民を守る党, NHK kara jikokumin wo mamoru tō), shortened to N-Koku (N国) or the NHK Party (NHK党), is a populist and single issue political party in Japan founded on 17 June 2013 by activist Takashi Tachibana. A former employee of Japan's national broadcasting organization NHK, he resigned from his position in the accounting department after having leaked internal corruption to weekly magazine Shūkan Bunshun in 2005. The party is opposed to the NHK license fee, and its manifesto consists of only one policy, revising the to implement scramble broadcasting, which would mean that only those who watch NHK pay for it. The party's slogan is "NHK wo bukkowasu!" (Japanese: NHKをぶっ壊す!, "Destroy NHK!"). (en)
  • The Party to Protect the People from NHK (Japanese: NHKから自国民を守る党, NHK kara jikokumin wo mamoru tō), commonly referred to as N-Koku (N国) or the NHK Party (NHK党), is a populist and single issue political party in Japan founded on 17 June 2013 by activist Takashi Tachibana. A former employee of Japan's national broadcasting organization NHK, he resigned from his position in the accounting department after having leaked internal corruption to weekly magazine Shūkan Bunshun in 2005. The party is opposed to the NHK license fee, and its manifesto consists of only one policy, revising the to implement scramble broadcasting, which would mean that only those who watch NHK pay for it. The party's slogan is "NHK wo bukkowasu!" (Japanese: NHKをぶっ壊す!, "Destroy NHK!"). (en)
  • The Party to Protect the People from NHK (Japanese: NHKから自国民を守る党, NHK kara jikokumin wo mamoru tō), commonly referred to as N-Koku (N国) or the NHK Party (NHK党), is a populist and single issue political party in Japan founded on 17 June 2013 by activist Takashi Tachibana. The party is opposed to the NHK license fee, and its manifesto consists of only one policy, revising the to implement scramble broadcasting, which would mean that only those who watch NHK pay for it. The party's slogan is "NHK wo bukkowasu!" (Japanese: NHKをぶっ壊す!, "Destroy NHK!"). (en)
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  • The Party to Protect Citizens from NHK (Japanese: NHKから自国民を守る党, NHK kara Jikokumin o Mamoru Tō), also known as N-Koku (N国) is a populist and single issue political party in Japan founded on 17 June 2013 by activist Takashi Tachibana, a former employee of Japan's national broadcasting organization NHK and a member of the Funabashi city assembly in Chiba Prefecture. He resigned NHK's accounting position in 2005 after exposing internal corruption. Before long continuing of intimidating behavior by NHK television license bill collectors, the party issues special stickers to chase off broadcast-reception bill collectors from citizens' properties. The party's slogan is "NHK o Bukkowasu!" (Japanese: NHKをぶっ壊す!, "Destroy the NHK!"). (en)
  • The Party to Protect the People from NHK (Japanese: NHKから自国民を守る党, NHK kara jikokumin wo mamoru tō), shortened to N-Koku (N国) or officially NHK Party (NHK党), is a populist and single issue political party in Japan founded on 17 June 2013 by activist Takashi Tachibana, a former employee of Japan's national broadcasting organization NHK and a member of the Funabashi city assembly in Chiba Prefecture. He resigned NHK's accounting position in 2005 after exposing internal corruption. Before long continuing of intimidating behavior by NHK television license bill collectors, the party issues special stickers to chase off broadcast-reception bill collectors from citizens' properties. The party's slogan is "NHK o Bukkowasu!" (Japanese: NHKをぶっ壊す!, "Destroy NHK!"). (en)
  • The Party to Protect the People from NHK (Japanese: NHKから自国民を守る党, NHK kara jikokumin wo mamoru tō), shortened to N-Koku (N国) or NHK Party (NHK党), is a populist and single issue political party in Japan founded on 17 June 2013 by activist Takashi Tachibana. A former employee of Japan's national broadcasting organization NHK, he resigned from his position in the accounting department after having leaked internal corruption to weekly magazine Shūkan Bunshun in 2005. The party is opposed to the NHK license fee, and its manifesto consists of only one policy, revising the to implement scramble broadcasting, which would mean that only those who watch NHK pay for it. The party's slogan is "NHK wo bukkowasu!" (Japanese: NHKをぶっ壊す!, "Destroy NHK!"). (en)
  • The Party to Protect the People from NHK (Japanese: NHKから自国民を守る党, NHK kara jikokumin wo mamoru tō), shortened to N-Koku (N国) or the NHK Party (NHK党), is a populist and single issue political party in Japan founded on 17 June 2013 by activist Takashi Tachibana. A former employee of Japan's national broadcasting organization NHK, he resigned from his position in the accounting department after having leaked internal corruption to weekly magazine Shūkan Bunshun in 2005. The party is opposed to the NHK license fee, and its manifesto consists of only one policy, revising the to implement scramble broadcasting, which would mean that only those who watch NHK pay for it. The party's slogan is "NHK wo bukkowasu!" (Japanese: NHKをぶっ壊す!, "Destroy NHK!"). (en)
  • The Party to Protect the People from NHK (Japanese: NHKから自国民を守る党, NHK kara jikokumin wo mamoru tō), commonly referred to as N-Koku (N国) or the NHK Party (NHK党), is a populist and single issue political party in Japan founded on 17 June 2013 by activist Takashi Tachibana. A former employee of Japan's national broadcasting organization NHK, he resigned from his position in the accounting department after having leaked internal corruption to weekly magazine Shūkan Bunshun in 2005. The party is opposed to the NHK license fee, and its manifesto consists of only one policy, revising the to implement scramble broadcasting, which would mean that only those who watch NHK pay for it. The party's slogan is "NHK wo bukkowasu!" (Japanese: NHKをぶっ壊す!, "Destroy NHK!"). (en)
  • The Party to Protect the People from NHK (Japanese: NHKから自国民を守る党, NHK kara jikokumin wo mamoru tō), commonly referred to as N-Koku (N国) or the NHK Party (NHK党), is a populist and single issue political party in Japan founded on 17 June 2013 by activist Takashi Tachibana. The party is opposed to the NHK license fee, and its manifesto consists of only one policy, revising the to implement scramble broadcasting, which would mean that only those who watch NHK pay for it. The party's slogan is "NHK wo bukkowasu!" (Japanese: NHKをぶっ壊す!, "Destroy NHK!"). (en)
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