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Simbi Laveau

Anti Yakuza Parade ...

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Excuse me if i die laughing ,while posting this.

Anti yakuza(Japanese mafia) parade,in Tokyo.

Sponsored by the police,attended by famous Sumo wrestlers.

http://www.japantoday.com/category/crime/view/sumo-wrestlers-take-part-in-anti-yakuza-parade?utm_campaign=jt_newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_source=jt_newsletter_2012-04-16_PM

The cops are owned by the yaks,and the Sumo were embarrassed by yakuza ties being exposed last year,in the media.Which everyone always knew.

Music,Sumo,TV,Government,police .A lot,all yakuza connected,in huuggge ways.

Same with China and the triads.The triads own most music and movie stars.

This would be like an anti Italian mafia parade ,down 5th ave in nyc.

Ridiculous.

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That seems kinda silly to me, unless of course it was set up to deceive people (in the sense that the Yakuza created the anti Yakuza parade to take away any suspicion that they have so much control).

Other than that I don't know.

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Kind of silly, but if it raises awareness and support for the fight against the mob I see nothing wrong with it.

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I think its to assure the public,that the Sumo no longer deal with them.

It was a HUGE scandal last year.

Sumo to them,is like baseball to the Americans,and soccer to Europeans.

There are alleged reports,that yakuza activity ,has lessened in the recent months.

With the tsunami recovery,its possibly true,as everyone has other things to worry about.

But this is a way or life in Japan.It's always there.I don't see it just disappearing.

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