Anti Valentine’s day Protest march held in Tokyo by Dateless men

Anti Valentine's

This year, February 14 falls on a Thursday, and so Japan’s Kakumeiteki Himote Domei decided it would be best to plan their annual Valentine’s day event for the Saturday before, because of sudden cold in the Tokyo area, which was bad news for the group, since its gathering was being held outdoors.

This year, February 14 falls on a Thursday, and so Japan’s Kakumeiteki Himote Domei decided it would be best to plan their annual Valentine’s day event for the Saturday before, because of sudden cold in the Tokyo area, which was bad news for the group, since its gathering was being held outdoors.

People are thinking they are true romantic, but actually it just the opposite, as Kakumeiteki  Himote Domei translate to evolutionary alliance for Unpopular Men.

Opening with the a Rally at a park in Tokyo’s Shibuya neighbourhood, Revolutionary Alliance of unpopular men leader Takayuki Akimoto greeted those in attendance, and took a moment to praise the groups continued effort to bring down “romantic capitalism.”  Speaking about the recent rise in Japan of people buying valentine’s day chocolates for themselves or friends and surely that is the result of  the Revolutionary Alliance of Unpopular men.

With the participants suitably confident, they began their protest march, complete with police escort through the street of Shibuya. “Crush Valentine’s day!”, “Crush Romatic Capitalism!” shouted Akimoto in his megaphone, with the other marchers, he continued. “Don’t buy controlled, by the conspiracies of the candy makers!”

Its annual protest march against Christmas Eve, the most important date night of the year in Japan. However, in 2018 the group was unable to get a permit from the park in which it wanted to hold its rally, and had to settle for an indoor anti Christmas Eve date symposium instead.

The alliance also often holds a protest against White Day, observed in March 14, when Japanese men are supposed to give thank-you gifts to women who gave them chocolate on Valentine’s day However, no white day protest held in 2018, making last week’s Valentine’s day gathering the group’s  first march in a full year.

People are thinking they are true romantic, but actually it just the opposite, as Kakumeiteki  Himote Domei translate to evolutionary alliance for Unpopular Men.

Opening with the a Rally at a park in Tokyo’s Shibuya neighbourhood, Revolutionary Alliance of unpopular men leader Takayuki Akimoto greeted those in attendance, and took a moment to praise the groups continued effort to bring down “romantic capitalism.”  Speaking about the recent rise in Japan of people buying valentine’s day chocolates for themselves or friends and undoubtedly that is the result of  the Revolutionary Alliance of Unpopular men.

With the participants suitably confident, they began their protest march, complete with police escort through the street of Shibuya. “Crush Valentine’s day!”, “Crush Romatic Capitalism!” shouted Akimoto in his megaphone, with the other marchers, he continued. “Don’t buy controlled, by the conspiracies of the candy makers!”

Its annual protest march against Christmas Eve, the most important date night of the year in Japan. However, in 2018 the group was unable to get a permit from the park in which it wanted to hold its rally, and had to settle for an indoor anti Christmas Eve date symposium instead.

The alliance also often holds a protest against White Day, observed in March 14, when Japanese men are supposed to give thank-you gifts to women who gave them chocolate on Valentine’s day However, no white day protest held in 2018, making last week’s Valentine’s day gathering the group’s  first march in a full year.

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