Yeah, I get that. It's a good song for a political concert. But the connection between Keyakizaka and HKT is very, very thin. Keyakizaka isn't every counted as officially connected in any way to the 48 group. Nogizaka is AKB's "official rival", yes, but that's about it. But especially because Nogizaka and Keyakizaka barely interact as it is, I'm very weary of Keyaki-48G interaction for fear of any feelings of "claiming" them. And performing Silent Majority as the opening song is, for my taste, a little on the nose.