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French president says fear of foreigners must be stemmed

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Tinawatanabe:

Many non-Japanese in Japan and people in the world are becoming anti-Japan, so I don't think so.

Oh, what a surprise - the default victim card.

And even if what you are saying is true - which it isn't - why do you suppose that might be?

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Many non-Japanese in Japan and people in the world are becoming anti-Japan, so I don't think so.

Many Japanese are remaining anti-Japan by ignoring reality and rolling into a ball like dangomushi. Japan needs more taxpayers.

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Japan will be looking to change its immigration in the near term

Many non-Japanese in Japan and people in the world are becoming anti-Japan, so I don't think so.

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he said in a recent speech that immigration “threatens our way of life.”

Not entirely true but Large scale immigration threatens a countries way of life for sure.

NZ has had a sudden increase of immigration in the last 10 years, now 25% of its population are immigrants.

Consider this impact on a country that only had 3 million people.

Japan will be looking to change its immigration in the near term if it is going to do anything about its declining population, I just hope they do it cautiously with some thought put into it.

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