朝鮮右翼の代表格になってしまった、日本皇民党

日本皇民党の幹部に、高鐘守という人が居た事で朝鮮右翼の代名詞に

中国領事館に突入した中釜信行の行動は??

右翼団体は朝鮮右翼というデマは、英語版wikipediaに記載され

世界に発信される。

Uyoku dantai 右翼団体wikipedia

Nihon Komintō (日本皇民党?, “Japan Emperor’s People Party”) – affiliated to the Inagawa-kai syndicate.
In 1987, it conducted a bizarre campaign to smear Noboru Takeshita during his quest for the position
of Prime Minister, by constantly broadcasting excessive praise of Takeshita using twenty loudspeaker
trucks. The broadcasts were stopped after the intervention of Shin Kanemaru. This incident led to a
series of political scandals which eventually highlighted the involvement of organized crime in the
ruling Liberal Democratic Party.[9] In April 2004, a bus belonging to the group rammed the gate of the
Chinese consulate in Osaka, damaging the gate.[10] Police arrested Nobuyuki Nakagama, the driver, and
Ko Chong-Su, a Korean member of the group, for orchestrating the attack.

https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20110921041409AAO3qkB

Why are there Koreans in Uyoku Dantai?なぜ右翼団体に韓国人がいるか?
I heard that a large part of the Yakuza are ethnic Zainichi Koreans. I also heard that Yakuza
intertwine with Uyoku Dantai sometimes and that there are Koreans in Uyoku. Uyoku and Yakuza are both
known for being right-wing and nationalistic. So how is it that Koreans can and would want to be a
part of this. Uyoku talk **** about Koreans daily and hate them. I don’t get the connection. Add to
this the fact that Koreans themselves are really nationalistic and most Zainichi are part of the
“North Korean supporting” group. How does this work? Can someone please explain these
contradictions???

Fake Uyoku(エセ右翼) – the obscure clans (1)
http://yellowpeep.blogspot.jp/2006/05/uyoku-obscure-cult.html
Fake Uyoku – the obscure cult (2)
http://yellowpeep.blogspot.jp/2006/11/uyoku-obscure-cult-2.html
Fake Uyoku – the obscure cult (3)
http://yellowpeep.blogspot.jp/2007/02/uyoku-obscure-clans-3.html

Uyoku Are Actually Korean? (Protest March Against Fuji TV)
http://www.japanprobe.com/2011/08/25/uyoku-are-actually-korean-protest-march-against-fuji-tv/

Japanese Military Parade