NO.246 I'll tell NHK how to operate it.


About the problem awareness that led me to write this article.

See the following article:



About the philosophy of Japanese broadcasting law.

"Japanese citizens have the right to know information about unbiased parties. Unbiased party information is information that is not biased towards the assertion of a particular individual or group. Naturally, the mission of public broadcasting is to ensure that the Japanese people bear the costs of protecting their right to know, and the cost of running public broadcasting must be borne fairly by all Japanese people. "

The only people who judge the philosophy of this broadcasting law to be correct are Japanese. People in other countries have good judgment.
Logically, there is no unbiased information. Let me explain. How do you determine whether a piece of information is unbiased? You will set a standard and compare that information to that standard.
Unbiased information is information that is biased toward those who created the standard.

Only God can set a standard for unbiased information. If NHK claims to be a broadcaster of unbiased information, NHK is a broadcaster of God's announcement. People in other countries will judge so.
"The people who run the NHK think they're broadcasting God's announcement." People in other countries may have decided so. If people in other countries judge favorably.

Actually, there is another case. That is the case where all Japanese people are controlled by a certain ideology. That is, totalitarianism.
People in other countries may have determined that Japan is becoming totalitarian.

Article 13 of the Japanese Constitution stipulates that citizens must not claim rights that hinder public welfare.
The Japanese Supreme Court probably defined the philosophy of the Broadcast Law as public welfare. So he rejected the claim of freedom of contract. At the time of purchasing the TV equipment, citizens are forced to sign a subscription contract. The concluded receiving contract is legally recognized that the person has freely agreed to conclude the contract. He is forced to uphold a particular philosophy as his free will. This is totalitarianism.

If Article 97 of the Japanese Constitution is respected, the judgment of the Supreme Court in the NHK Subscription Contract will be denied.
In the fundamental human rights philosophy universally respected by mankind, the philosophy of the Broadcasting Law will not be considered public welfare.

People in countries of the international community will recognize the Supreme Court of Japan as a totalitarian. People in countries of the international community will perceive NHK as a totalitarian broadcaster.

I think they are more likely to be tried as war criminals in United Nations war tribunals if the constitutional change is implemented.
If you don't like that, switch policy. I advise you so.

I will tell NHK how to operate NHK.

I am sorry just to say the above, so I will tell NHK how to operate.
As for public broadcasting, the part that is really necessary should be managed with taxes. "Morning dramas", "Taiga dramas" and "Red and white singing battles" may not be considered to be really necessary programs for public broadcasting.
Rely on the individual's free choice to sign a subscription. "Morning drama", "Taiga drama" and "Red and white song battle" will be broadcast to all people. However, a telop is played in the middle of the screen for non-contracted persons. "Please sign a subscription contract."
If NHK scrambles completely, people who haven't signed up for a subscription will have no idea what the program is. Those who want to watch "Morning Dora", "Taiga Drama" or "Red and White Singing Battle" without a telop will sign a subscription contract.

And let's introduce donate.
"NHK accepts donations from people who support the philosophy of public broadcasting."
PBS, an American public broadcaster, operates on taxes and donates. PBS also has national programs, such as Sasem ​​Street.
In the United States, many people donate. Donate is one way of asserting one's philosophy.
If a person agrees with the philosophy of another, donate to others.
NHK offers only one benefit to those who donate. Just publish the person's name. We do not give any preferential treatment to the person in the media. He donated in favor of the philosophy of public broadcasting.
He gains honor and trust as a person.

Why does American public broadcasting run on taxes and donates? Because American public broadcasting relies on the responsible and free will of the American people.
American public broadcasting treats the dignity of the American people with respect. This is what American public broadcasters are saying by choosing Donate.

The Government of Japan enforces the philosophy of the Broadcast Law on Japanese people by law. The Government of Japan does not trust any responsible free will of the people. The Government of Japan has completely denied the dignity of the people.
"The Japanese government does not trust the responsible will of the Japanese people at all. The Japanese government must enforce the Japanese people by law in all cases." This is the intention of the Government of Japan.

The Japanese people have been completely denied the dignity of their personality by the Japanese government.

If the subscription is left to the individual's choice and donate is introduced, many of the subscription rejecters will definitely do donate.
They are so strong that they uphold the Supreme Court for the philosophy they believe is right.




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