Daniel Horowitz has an article in Conservative Review on Obama's plan to let criminals go:
we have a culture of violence in this country https://t.co/FHPfHVPVE3 u cant have south africa violence with japan prison population— Daniel Horowitz (@RMConservative) May 16, 2016
It's quite lengthy—I'll just give you the list of the myths.
Of course, Horowitz's point about the difference between South African and Japanese crime rates is the kind of thing that can be called racist, even though he used the word "culture"—which is the wrong word, as Jared Taylor pointed out in Genes, Not “Culture”—Why the Japanese Don't Loot.
To give you an idea of South Africa crime rates, I wrote in 2015 that Britain, which abolished the death penalty in the early 60s, saw the murder rate shoot up as an entirely predictable result, although it's on recent downtrend. But the difference between the UK and South African murder rates is astounding:
For the Japanese attitude towards public order, see Katrina, Sailer, and Japan.