Japan Has Too Much Sense To Admit Syrian "Asylum Seekers"
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Asylum and immigration are again in the news again, and not for good as usual; unassimilated, as well as unassimilable, immigrants and refugees have been involved in two major terrorist attacks in Europe, and one in the United States within the last five months, with the Caliphate promising more and bigger attacks in Europe and the United States.

Note however, that the location of the attacks: only in countries that open their borders to the violent and dangerous immigrants from the Third World. There is only one way to protect one's nation from Muslim terrorism in particular and Third World crime in general. And, it is not as Andrew McCarthy claims, questioning Muslim immigrants as to their adherence to sharia, but a complete ban on Muslim immigration.

There is a country that does this, and it is Japan. While there is no formal ban on Muslim or Third World immigration, there is little or no avenue to immigrate permanently to Japan. (See Closed Door, by Peter Brimelow, Forbes, August 30, 1993.) That has kept Japan a peaceful country, and, more importantly, free of Muslim terrorism and the scourge of black crime, as the political leadership of Japan cares about the Japanese people.

And the reason this is so is in the news at the same time as Muslims rampage across the world and America pays blacks to pretend to not commit murder: Japan restricts immigration, and one of the methods it uses is severely limiting asylum and refugee claims.

Japan rejected 99 per cent of asylum applications last year, accepting only 27 refugees, government figures have shown.

The country's justice ministry said on Saturday it received a record 7,586 asylum applications in 2015, up 50 percent compared to the year before.

Asylum seekers from Nepal topped the list of those arriving in 2015, with 1,768 submissions.

The accepted applicants included six from Afghanistan, three Syrians, three Ethiopians and three Sri Lankans...

Japan...is the world's third largest economy and runs the tightest refugee recognition system among industrialised economies.

In 2014, it granted refugee status to just 11 people, out of 5,000 applicants.

[Japan Rejected 99 Percent Of Refugees In 2015, Al Jazeera, January 24, 2016]

Japan has an extraordinary low level of asylum and refugee applications, and this is because Japan rejects most of those that do apply. It is a futile exercise, so most do not even bother. However, the West is an easy target, and therefore asylum and refugee applications to Western countries are higher, with a higher level of approval, consequently, crime and terrorism are higher in countries like the United States or Belgium.

The last terrorist attack in Japan was in 1995, and a domestic incident at that, originating in a crazed cult of mentally deranged killers, the Aum Shinrikyo. But the lesson of the period since 1995 have been clear, keep dangerous and violent Muslims out and the chance of a major terrorist incident will be diminished to a point that such an incident will be nigh impossible. Donald Trump was criticized for advocating a ban on Muslims entering the United States. But as Peter Brimelow pointed out, Trump had it half right—a ban on entry,  followed by deportation of  Muslims is the solution.

And we see that Japan was prescient, in that it never allowed large numbers of unassimilable aliens to enter, so never had the problem to begin with. Japan followed the first rule of statesmen—avoiding preventable evils. There was no River Shinano foaming with much blood as Enoch Powell warned. And it starts with keeping out Muslim asylum and refugee applicants.

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