Post By Randall Burns on 09/22/2006

Japan: If It's Not Broke, "Fix" It?

Japan's rapidly increasing productivity rates, high product quality, high income equality and relative social stability have been an inspiration to many of us here at VDARE.COM.That may well be about t...
Letter By VDARE.com Reader on 05/15/2006

A Reader in Japan Says Despite No Immigrants, the Jobs Get Done

NOTE: PLEASE say if you DON'T want your name and/or email address published when sending VDARE email. 05/14/06 - Go Home Now! An Economist Reader Provide...
Letter By VDARE.com Reader on 05/11/2006

A California Reader Says Immigration-Free Japan Is The Model To Follow

NOTE: PLEASE say if you DON'T want your name and/or email address published when sending VDARE email. 05/10/06 - An Illinois Reader Asks Some Important Q...
Post By James Fulford on 03/16/2006

Japanese And American Robots

Steve Sailer did a piece two years ago called Japanese Substitute Inventiveness for Immigration; NYT Shocked in which he talked about the robots that Japan was developing to help care for the elderly. ...
Article By Steve Sailer on 03/21/2004

Japanese Substitute Inventiveness for Immigration; NYT Shocked

Sofia Coppola, who owns a fashion business in Japan, recently captured the best original screenplay Academy Award for the movie Lost in Translation—making her the fourth Oscar-winning member of the ...
Article By Jared Taylor on 10/29/2003

The New York Times Says Japan Needs Immigrants. The Japanese Politely Disagree

[Recently by Jared Taylor: Will America Take Up The New White Man's Burden?] Japan's post-World War II forty-year economic growth surge without immigration has always been an embarrassment to the imm...
Article By Peter Brimelow on 12/05/2002

Closed Door

First published in Forbes, August 30, 1993. Immigration is on the world's mind. In the U.S., which had 974,000 legal immigrants last year, President Clinton just announced measures aimed at curtailing ...