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Posted in: You can see what people are here for just by looking at the way they stand on the edge. Most of them look relieved and soon break down in tears when I just say 'Hi.' See in context

neverknow2,

specifics of the Japanese health system can as well be examined without animosity. Your breach of objectivity is unbearable!

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Posted in: You can see what people are here for just by looking at the way they stand on the edge. Most of them look relieved and soon break down in tears when I just say 'Hi.' See in context

neverknow2 said:

"He has opened a small cafe to profit from people's suffering. Good idea."

With the same logic you could say that physicians, fire fighters and many others only profit from suffering of others. Only you, you give away your endless wisdom for free here.

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Posted in: Indian navy sinks suspected pirate mother ship See in context

to: nandakandamanda

Yes, of course! Here is an CNN article.

"Sunken 'pirate ship' was actually Thai trawler, owner says"

http://edition.cnn.com/2008/WORLD/africa/11/25/thai.trawler.india.navy/

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Posted in: Indian navy sinks suspected pirate mother ship See in context

Nippon5 at 03:12 PM JST - 20th November

"When do they sue the India Navy for wrongful death??? Im just kidding.."

Why kidding? Imagine that a bank was robbed and now the criminals are inside the bank togehter hostages. Would anyone declare the bank as a robber's den which can therefore be burned up?

Meanwhile - 26th of November - it becomes more and more clear that the destroyed ship was not a pirates' "mother sphip" but rather the already captured "Ekawat Nava 5" from Thailand with 16 tied up sailors onboard when it went down.

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Posted in: Indian navy sinks suspected pirate mother ship See in context

I guess that the pirates were not alone onboard when they went down. I supose that they were accompanied by hostages kept inside the mothership, caged enemies, women forced into prostitution, slaves for the kitchen ...

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Posted in: One essential thing is to get rid of the tendency to regard foreign workers as cheap, expendable substitutes for a decline in the domestic labor force. Japanese need to socially and culturally reinven See in context

Answer to Thenewfront

You wrote: "People must respect other cultures and embrace them"

Being a foreign worker in Japan, it is your obligation to respect and embrace the Japanese culture. You are the guest. You are not in the position to demand the assimilation of the Japanese around you. Being a worker, you and your employer made a contract you agreed to. People make contracts for their mutual advantage. If you are not pleased with the conditions, then you should cancel your contract and leave that country.

You wrote: "Let's not see history repeating itself"

Otherwise, do not make the same fatal mistakes others suffer from in the very moment. Therefore it is absolutely necessary to be very carefull when transforming a nation into a so-called country of immigration. I hope that Japan does not repeat the same mistakes that we in Europe can't redress anymore. We already lost more than our ethics allow us to concede.

We know from sociological studies that the performance in school sinks constantly when more than 20 percent of the pupils of a class have a migrational background. But classes with 80 percent are standard meanwhile. Germany was shaken up by the open letter of the staff of the Rütli school in Berlin in 2006, reporting of orgies of violence by pupils during classes.

And by 2010 in all larger German towns the non-German offspring will have outnumbered the native offspring. Parallel societies emerged. We have districts into which no German police man can set his foot any longer without fearing for his life.

You wrote: "perceived fear, spread by a xenaphobic right wing government"

Otherwise, it was the left wing government which, driven by ideology, enforced the circumstances with all means. Politicians which defined nowadays Germany to a threat for the world and sought to curtail it from outside and ethically thin out from inside.

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Posted in: One essential thing is to get rid of the tendency to regard foreign workers as cheap, expendable substitutes for a decline in the domestic labor force. Japanese need to socially and culturally reinven See in context

Being a German, I can only plead to the responsible decission makers in Japan to handle this topic very cautious.

Of course, Japan is different to European countries in many ways. You cannot be reached on the country way but are protected by the sea. Maybe your welfare system is not so easily to exploit. And also you have no Judaeo-Christian cultural background which commits one to see the good in strangers that these strangers never intend.

Nevertheless, learn from our faults in Europe. They are obvious. Wrong managed migration can be a terrible threat. Janan is unique. Japan is a bonfire for the world. Do not endanger your innermost sanctum with questionable experiments.

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