NO.060 It means that the party that protects the people from NHK won the seat in the Upper House election. ・・・Theme label: Receiving contract refusal disputed in court that "Broadcast Law violates the Constitution of Japan that guaranteed freedom of contract", A party that only aims to realize NHK scrambled got a seat


The party that protects the people from NHK won one seat in the Upper House election. This party in Japan was formed to realize a single policy.

The policy is to make the NHK broadcast scrambled so that people who do not sign up with NHK cannot view the NHK TV broadcast.
The Japanese Broadcasting Law mandates that TV purchasers conclude a receiving contract with NHK.
Some people who purchase TV do not watch NHK broadcasts. Such people would like not to conclude a receiving contract with NHK.
The Broadcasting Law orders such people to conclude a receiving contract with NHK.
The purpose of scrambled NHK broadcasts to non-subscribers of receiving contracts is to guarantee freedom of contracts for such people.

The July House of Councilors election had the lowest turnout ever. Among those who voted, there were as many people who voted for this party as the party could win seats.

This proved that there were many people who were skeptical about the provisions of the Broadcasting Act.

This seems to be a sign that various problems that are present in society are becoming apparent one after another, even though Japanese society has it.
It seems that the problems facing Japanese society are getting worse and Japanese leaders are becoming unable to control the situation.

How do people outside the world appreciate Japanese broadcasting law?

What is the philosophy of broadcasting law?
The Broadcasting Law stipulates that people who have installed television receivers are obliged to conclude a reception contract with NHK.
The purpose of the enactment of the Broadcasting Law is to ensure the public's right to know.
Japanese citizens have the right to know information that is not biased by the claims of a particular individual or group, and NHK was established to convey information that is not biased to the claims of that particular individual or group.
Japanese citizens are obliged to bear the costs to guarantee their right to know. The cost burden must be fair to all Japanese citizens.
The Broadcasting Law was enacted according to these principles.

 NHK will continue to require TV buyers who refuse to conclude a receiving contract with NHK to conclude a receiving contract.
On the other hand, there are many people who do not give up the refusal of receiving contracts.
A number of civil trials were disputed between NHK and the refusals of receiving contracts.
Rejection refusals continued to fight in court, claiming that the Broadcasting Law violated the Japanese Constitution that guaranteed freedom of contract.

In December 2017, the Japanese Supreme Court ruled that the broadcasting law was constitutional.

Some people do not choose the information conveyed by NHK broadcasts as the subject of their right to know.
Some people do not choose to broadcast NHK as a means to guarantee their right to know.

I think these rights will fall within the basic human rights that humankind has established in history.
Is my judgment appropriate?

Article 97 of the Japanese Constitution guarantees the Japanese people the basic human rights that humanity has established in history.

The Japanese Supreme Court decides by ignoring Article 97 of the Japanese Constitution.
The Japanese Supreme Court gives a ruling that violates the Japanese Constitution.

Japanese broadcasting law does not allow freedom of contract for individuals. The Japanese Supreme Court ruled that the broadcasting law that does not allow freedom of contract is constitutional.

In December 2017, in the reception contract trial with NHK, the Japanese Supreme Court ruled that the Broadcasting Law was constitutional based on the philosophy of the Broadcasting Law as the basis for unconditional legitimacy.

The Japanese Supreme Court did not allow Japanese citizens to disagree with the idea of ​​broadcasting law.

The Japanese Supreme Court denied the basic human rights of the Japanese people.

And the Japanese nation will not allow the Japanese people to protest against this issue.

Many Japanese citizens continue to refuse NHK subscriptions. Many of them are fighting in court, demanding that the freedom of their contract be recognized by the Japanese state.

The Japanese Supreme Court rejected this request from the refusal of the contract with NHK.

Before the Supreme Court decision, the Japanese citizens had a civil trial as an option to protest against the enforcement of the receiving contract with NHK.

However, with this Supreme Court decision, the Japanese people lost this option.

For non-contracted subscribers of NHK, the collector will visit the non-contractor and request the conclusion of the contract.
At that time, the collector says, "You must make a contract because it is required by law."
Many people will sign in fear of being punished by law.

There are not a few sites where Japanese lawyers and others have published manuals for NHK collectors who have visited to conclude a reception contract to avoid the conclusion of the contract.

Until now, no Japanese parliamentarian has listened to the public protests against being forced to sign up with NHK.

In this situation, a party to protect the people from NHK appeared, and it became a saucer for protests against being forced to receive a contract with NHK.
Protests gathered until the party was able to win a seat in the Upper House election.

As an aside, a television station published the results of a public opinion poll that said, “Political parties that only have one policy in place are inappropriate.”

With a few exceptions, most Japanese parliamentarians are trying to reject the party ’s claims to protect the public from NHK.
The government has refused to scramble NHK television broadcasts to non-contractors.

The reason is that NHK cannot fulfill its mission as a public broadcaster.

The reason for this is probably an outright lie.

There are many people who don't watch NHK TV broadcasts at all. NHK cannot fulfill its mission as a public broadcaster for these people.
If NHK has a willingness to fulfill its mission as a public broadcaster, it should continue to make serious efforts to deal with what has just been described.
Parliamentarians should have taken this up as a problem.

Until now, there has never been such a thing.

NHK also has popular programs. There are red and white song battles broadcast on December 31 every year, taiga dramas, and morning TV series novels.
However, these programs will not be the target of public broadcast missions.
NHK will fund the cost of producing these programs from the reception fee source.

There are many people who do not listen to NHK's mission as a public broadcaster and only watch programs that are not related to the mission as a public broadcaster.

For non-subscribers who watch programs that are not related to the mission of public broadcasting, it is an appropriate measure to continue to send a telop that appeals to you.
Those who want to watch these programs without telop will have a subscription.

More and more people are choosing not to own a TV. It is clear that these people are willing to watch NHK TV shows.
Many people who do not have a TV set choose an Internet environment, such as a computer or smartphone.
These people declare that "the necessary information can be obtained on the Internet. TV is not necessary."

Now, Japanese parliamentarians have decided to revise the Broadcasting Act so that NHK TV programs can be distributed over the Internet.

The broadcast law has been revised to require subscribers who have not subscribed to NHK to use the Internet environment.

If NHK programs are distributed over the Internet, no subscription contract is required.
As with other distribution services, it would be appropriate to charge for NHK program viewers when they access the NHK distribution site.

NHK and most parliamentarians are only thinking about forcing as many people as possible to pay the fee. That will be judged.
Most parliamentarians continue to deny the basic human rights of the Japanese people for this purpose. That is the conclusion.

Once this has been established as a practice, this practice will be followed in matters far more serious than the problem of receiving contracts with NHK.


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