Japan has enough land to drill on the ground and bury the water there.It is very easy and no one will complain.Why insist on dumping it into the pacific?
Or since they claim it is safe after filtering the isotopes,they can build swimming pools around Japan with the water.What's the problem?
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Asking what's the issue exactly just shows the level of discriminative attitude and mentality in your mind.
The article clearer points out the obvious and you choose to ignore.
Japanese police as well as some Japanese nationals are hypocrates so stereotypical, suffer from inferiority complex and that's why they try to show they're machoistic by targeting minorities to prove to their populace that they're doing something.
What they do not know is that their targets take note of these altercations and share with their friends overseas setting a stage for a tit for tat when Japanese nationals visit foreign countries.
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I once worked as a contract employee at a large manufacturing company where there were many foreign part time and haken shain.
When it came to medical checkup,we had the checkup within the company premises and men were to go on a different day and women on a different day.I made a mistake and went on the day the women were scheduled to go.To my surprise I stumbled upon all of them undergoing pregnancy tests. Most were South East Asians from the Philippines,Vietnam etc.It was an embarrassing situation and a nurse hurriedly came and told me men were to come for medical checkup the following day.
I later learned that if the women were found to be pregnant,they would be fired.
I don't think there were any Japanese women there.
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So much in common with Taro.Fast forward,look at the current cases in Japan.
Pride comes before a huge THUD.
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I always go camping and I don't have a car.I carry my backpack and in it is my camping gear including my camping knife which is neatly sealed and always at the bottom of the bag.
I used to work for a company that sells camping gear including camping knives and that was the general rule.Make sure it's completely wrapped and not within easy reach.
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Key words.UNSC,Gold in Liptako.
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Japan wants a market for it's products and penetrate into the African consumers.
Japan needs resources which Africa
has in abundance.
Japan wants a permanent seat in the UNSC and needs votes from African countries.
Japan wants it's companies to get a foothold in Africa.
Japan wants to compete with China in Africa.
All the above plus many more.But as usual,Japan is a late comer.Chinese and Europe dominate.U.S.Corporations have also made huge inroads.Just a week before this meeting,US corporations signed contracts and agreements worth US＄44 Billion in Africa.
Meanwhile Japan makes pledges and after the meeting is over,comes back to Kasumigaseki,teeth gritting,kentou suru,dou shiyouka,until the next Ticad and the pledge cycle repeats itself.
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The mentality here in Japan about the African continent is more than 30 years backwards.
If you want to know,just go and see for yourself.
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but also its diplomatic interest in checking China's growing presence in the region.
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When I first came to Japan as a student,I got a part time job where I met a Japanese lady who took me out for dinner and after she asked me to join her and her friends.She drove me to a hall which had a locked door and when the door was opened,it was full of people in suits.I was the only one without a suit and maybe the only gaijin.She introduced me and told me to sit beside her.People then started reciting and chanting and in between we would be told to raise our hands and shout "Saikou"
After all was over,she told me not to tell people at my school or part time job.I avoided her like a plague after that.She tried to corner me several times but I told her no.I think there're so many weird cults here.
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There're talks of 38 yen wage increase,so we'll all be good to survive.
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Nothing much in Tokyo.boring day.keep on recycling the same old story.
I'm going to the beach.
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Mask is here to stay.
I was clutching on the last straw that I can finally ditch my mask and esp with this humidity,then boom...this nonsense comes up.
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In short,gaijin tourists are prone to bring in corona virus to Japan but japanese nationals cannot be corona virus carriers.
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@Ptownsend is S.Korea a western nation?
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Wearing of masks in Japan had become a permanent thing.It has become a taboo not to wear one.
I was walking alone with no one in sight along a local path near my house and happened to meet a Japanese young lady who saw me and immediately ducked for cover onto the other side of the road and almost got hit by a car while doing that...At my workplace,we work more than 10 meters away from from each other but everyone still wears a mask.
I see many people driving alone, windows rolled up but still wear a mask.
I think masks will stay forever in Japan.
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From the pic and also from Hawaii,me thinks that they have roots in Japan and probably swung on the chance or were chosen for a subsidized tour and will have the chance to visit hometown while at it.I doubt a random tourist would want to come given the restrictions.
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Next it's gonna be the 5th,6th,shot and so on and do on..no end in sight.
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Average Japanese maker around 20 man per month.
Subtract taxes and you take home around 15 to 16man man,subtract rent around 5man and you have 10man,subtract utility bills and you have around 7man,subtract keitai,wifi and you have around 5man,subtract food and you have zero or negative plus unpaid bills.Basically,most live hand to mouth,that's why they can't leave their parents house and will never ever save money.
Taguchi San,stick to your narrative and stand your ground.After a year or so of eating free food and free room,you'll be out and you can go dig out your haul and off you go to freedom.Gaman shite.
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Weird decision that doesn't make sense.Japanese nationals have been visiting my country and others for business with no restrictions.
Infact one Japanese girl who is visiting right now sent me her picture with no mask and was telling me she feels so free and is dreading coming back to Japan because of the many unnecessary restrictions.
Meanwhile,I'm in Japan with my mask on everyday despite the gvt saying people it's not a must to wear mask outside.But when I try that,people stare at me with murderous faces.
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Japanese cops are racist,xenophobic and lack common sense.They still live in the 16th century.
I've been stopped several times and I never use soft or kind words to them whenever they stop me.
I outright tell them that is discrimination.Before I even give them my gaijin card,I ask them why are they stopping me and how do they differentiate a Japanese and a non Japanese?Color?Physical appearance?I speak fluent Japanese and this gets them off guard.In my country there are many Japanese who live and work there and I ask them if they want these Japanese nationals who live in my country to be treated the same.Some don't even look at my card for a second or ask a question after I bombard them with these questions. They just hand it back embarrassed.
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The leaders are maskless including the Japanese PM.
But try walking around your neighborhood alone and with no one near you.People stare at you with eyes that can lynch you.
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Labor unions are the only hope for workers.
BTW,does Japan have labor unions?
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There're so many conflicts around the world but this particular conflict between Russia and Ukraine seems to keep Japan busy.What is at stake for JP?
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Years back,I once met a Japanese person who was bold enough and confided in me that whenever Japanese nationals are arrested with illegal stimulants,the easiest way out is to say that they got them from a gaijin and that they can't remember the gaijin and don't know where the gaijin went afterwards.If they admit that they got from a fellow Japanese,they'll be forced to take the J cops to the said Japanese and that will get them and their networks in serious trouble and revenge for snitching.
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The prime minister stressed the envisioned system would not discriminate against certain countries.
At least the PM has acknowledged that there's been discrimination yet there're diehard sycophants who have sworn never to accept the bitter truth.
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The critics are japanese nationals.
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@Fighto,the truth hurts,accept it.@Antiquesaving pointed out the truth.Japan is selective in choosing whom to give refugee status.Very discriminative.
Besides,there are people that are already in Japan who've been applying for refugee status for years and they've never been granted.Some are in detention centers to date while others have died in detention and others forced to board planes in handcuffs.Pure racism and discrimination.
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