Khaldon Azhari Tokyo
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A candidate in the Tokyo gubernatorial election said he stands against “dangerous 5G technology because it harms human health and the environment.”
Seiichi Oshikoshi, who is 61-years-old, is one of over a dozen candidates. He said he wants to inform and warn people about the dangers of organized stalking.
Giving a street speech in Tokyo’s Roppongi district, Oshikoshi told passersby that he promised to illegalize violent acts of group stalking by cult organizations, surveillance by government authorities and crimes utilizing technologies.
While not mainstream, these sorts of street speeches are fairly common in Japanese elections.
Tokyo gubernatorial elections usually attract candidates who are not affiliated with political parties, and try to raise awareness of tends that are usually not in the headlines of mainstream media.
Oshikoshi is a candidate appealing to people who believe they are being electronically harassed by gangs of stalkers.
Those people refer to themselves as “targeted individuals” and have even formed their own advocacy groups, despite the insistence of medical professionals that they are experiencing delusions.