Japan Targeted By Mass Immigration—Again
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Japan is one of the top targets of Globohomo. Nothing would please the globalists more than to destroy Japan. Partly because of the late unpleasantness, but also because of the hatred globalists have for any people or society that has the unity and intelligence to provide resistance to their plans of world domination.

Part of their plan is mass immigration in Japan. Happily, Globohomo was dealt a blow in Japan and the usual suspects are vehemently complaining that Japan prefers and protects its own. (h/t Colonel Otaku Gatekeeper)


The Tokyo District Court on May 21 dismissed a lawsuit filed by a Muslim woman against the Tokyo Metropolitan Government seeking damages over alleged discrimination and mistreatment by police. The woman claimed that the verdict would encourage discrimination against foreigners living in Japan and plans to appeal.

The woman in her 40s from South Asia and her daughter, 6, sued the Tokyo Metropolitan Government for a total of 4.4 million yen (about $28,000). According to the ruling, when the woman was letting her then 3-year-old daughter play in a park in Tokyo in June 2021, a man nearby claimed that her daughter kicked his son and repeated discriminatory statements such as “foreigners are not worth living.” The police who arrived after the man’s call questioned the woman and her daughter at the park and at a police station. They then gave the woman’s name, address, and phone number to the man at his request.

‘Protect Human Rights’: Muslim Woman Loses Suit Against Tokyo Police Over Discrimination, by Yuko Murase, Mainichi, May 23, 2024

One would hardly think that this South Asian woman had any claim to monetary damages for being questioned about a crime or breach of the peace. The Japanese police will investigate such incidents as children fighting, especially if it involves gaijin, sometimes only because it involves gaijin, as in such cases illegal aliens are likely to be involved. The Japanese police enforce immigration law and if you come to the attention of the police, even if it is unlikely that criminal charges will be filed, the Japanese police will detain you and question you.

In fact, fighting among children outside of school, where the school authorities deal with it, is so unusual, that the police are likely to be involved. A Japanese parent would be mortified if they found out their child was involved in a fight, much less started a fight.

Of course, Muslim male children are particularly violent throughout the world, especially those from Afghanistan and Pakistan, where the establishment of dominance is a serious social problem, frequently leading to homosexual rape by juveniles. See The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini. Perhaps the police involved are very well educated and understand the threat of the violent culture of Muslim South Asia.

The Japanese police in this case obviously wanted to know if the woman and her child were illegal aliens, which is likely why they were detained and taken to the police station. The police were also concerned about the lack of decorum by the woman, who allowed her child to act out in a manner that is unacceptable in Japan.

Cooperation and good behavior are the most important lessons in Japanese culture and are emphasized in Japanese schools in every classroom and lesson; frequently the youngest grades in Japanese schools serve and clean up after the lunch meal, with every child assigned a rotating task as an exercise in social harmony.

The same attitude extends to public spaces. The Japanese expect everyone to behave in public.

Here we had a case of a parent not controlling the behavior of their child. Since the Japanese police have so little real crime to deal with, they have the time and inclination to deal with such public failures of behavior and decorum. Consider this proactive policing, nipping potential social deviance in the bud.

But in this case, with encouragement from other gaijin, this South Asian woman went on the attack, not just as a protest of some sort of perceived injustice, but as a show of contempt for Japan and its social contract.

And it all seems quite contrived, as if the Japanese lawyers in this case wanted to represent this as if it were a police officer killing an unarmed black man, when in the end, it was about the police just letting this woman know that the behavior of her child violated the social compact so well established.

She said, “The judge believes that all police officers are telling the truth, and believes that questioning a 3-year-old baby alone in a language she does not understand is legal in Japan,” while choking up with tears. “I would like to request all my kindhearted, lovable Japanese people and foreigners to unite to make peace, justice, equality, and to protect human rights for all people living in Japan.”

In Japan, young children are highly responsible, taking public transportation and even taking up running errands to the store, so a few questions from the police are not unusual. In fact, young Japanese children are socialized to always turn to the police with questions or even to turn in coins found on the street.

Intelligent and Well Socialized Japanese Children on the Subway

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Japanese children, from a young age, are taught to turn in any lost items, including cash, to police stations. The cultural practice of returning lost items and never keeping what belongs to a stranger has meant police departments like Tokyo’s Metropolitan have an entire warehouse filled with lost shoes, umbrellas and wallets.

Japanese Citizens Turning in Cash Founi In Tsunami Zone, By Kyung Lah, CNN, April 10, 2011

It may seem unusual for outsiders to understand that Japanese children have responsibilities and are socialized to those responsibilities, which is one reason that the Japanese police found the behavior of this South Asian woman and her child so disturbing. Why was she violating the longstanding social contract of responsibility of both child and parent? Their behavior as an affront not just to the other child, who was the victim of bad behavior, but it reflected on the child’s parent.

While it might initially seem strange that the police gave the complainant the telephone number and address of the other party in the case, the same happens in the United States. I once reported an automobile burglary in progress to the local police. A few days later I got a phone call from the victim for some strange reason. The lesson is that if you make a police report, your information becomes public knowledge.

But some from outside Japan, like Rochelle Kopp, have some complaint about this. Instead of adapting to Japan, Globohomo wants to force the Japanese to adapt to them and their antisocial behavior.

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