Street Demo Begins
Invasion of City Hall Starts!
Stand-Off after Brief Struggle with Police and Officials
The parks of Osaka house homeless people and provide some small amount of refuge for people pushed to the edges of society. They are self-organised and autonomous, and benefit from no social welfare or any other kind of help. The only help the Japanese State wants to give them, is to herd them into tiny, cramped shelters where there is no privacy, they have to leave the shelter at 4am, and cannot return until late evening. The work schemes that the Japanese State wants to put them into are the worst kind of causalised labour, with poverty wages and little safe-guards for health & safety.
See the previous article on UK-IMC: