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Jonathan Prin

Speaking as a Frenchman too, when you talk about social principles, I will be happy to know which are those social principles ;)

You can easily set a trap for non-French when talking about History of France, but you cannot play this game with me ;)

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Burning Bush

Wrong perspective view, I would say that are people that exhausted all their material resources and boost their crimes to fight Duterte because they feel in danger.

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Posted in: Cabinet OKs bill to allow 1st abdication of emperor in 200 years See in context

Jimizo

Do you really think that, I am sad to hear it :/

How dare you think that the Emperor is not agree with the foreigner's policy :o

Yes he is !

Because far right politics come from monarchy !

Glory and Honor to the Emperor of Japan !!!

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Posted in: Cabinet OKs bill to allow 1st abdication of emperor in 200 years See in context

The government envisions December 2018, when the emperor turns 85 years old, as a possible timing for his abdication, and that the nation's gengo era name, which remains in use for the length of an emperor's reign, will likely change at the start of 2019, sources close to the matter have said.

A series of ritual ceremonies will be held over a period of a year for the accession of the new emperor. The government is also planning to hold an abdication ceremony for the first time in around two centuries by studying ceremonial practices in the past.

I hope I will come to Japan before December 2018 to go to those both ritual ceremonial (if it's open to public), it must be a wonderful ceremonies that can only be lived every centuries, once in a lifetime.

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Posted in: Foreign detainees go on hunger strike at Nagoya immigration facility See in context

Yubaru

Maybe because they are full ?

In the documentary, they present Fuchū Prison that can contain 2_600 prisoner and they have already 2_300 prisoner (Japanese + 外人)

And if they don't deport them it's cause to the labor that must do the prisoners, I think it can be a reason.

And I doubt that the original countries want accept those delinquencies come back without being punished before.

Else there are a plenty other reason like described in this documentary that I found on YouTube(eng sub): JAPAN FROM INSIDE - LE JAPON A DOUBLE TOUR - 2000 - 60 minutes

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Posted in: Foreign detainees go on hunger strike at Nagoya immigration facility See in context

zichi

You will only placed in a deportation center if you have no passport, expired and over staying visa. The courts have decided someone is to be deported so not foreigners who have committed a crime and even served a prison sentence.

Wrong !

In the documentary that I watched, they said that

The significant increase in the number of foreign prisoners is an actual problem in Japan (the documentary date of 2000).

And concerning the foreigner, the most frequent offence is trafficking in marijuana and the second offence is murder, then come heroin trafficking, and theft and finally burglary.

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Posted in: Foreign detainees go on hunger strike at Nagoya immigration facility See in context

paradoxbox

For those of you who laugh at the plight of these detainees, I think you should be careful. In Japan, as a foreigner, you could end up in one of those facilities for something as simple as jaywalking. Your entire life is in the hands of every bored police officer in the country - you have no idea about the narrow tightrope you're walking on. If one person dislikes you, everything is over for you. If you have a Japanese family, they don't care, they'll still put you in there. Think about that before commenting.

And what's the problem to spit on 外人 that spit on Japan because they are in jail and they don't like it.

Do you think I will cry like a baby if I am myself victim of this judicial system ?

How dare you said that people that are oriented far right political will change their mind if they are hit by judiciary system ?

I am ashamed that you see me like an asylum seeker that go to EU because they see it like a paradise, but when they see that they are not welcome and they are under repression, they turn their mind automatically to anger and protest like a kid that don't know what he want in the life and don't know the life.

No worry, I know already how is to be treat like a less than nothing and like in France, they are a plenty of foreigner delinquencies, then can study them like in wild animals documentary and gathering information about their comportment and I know now what comportment to not reproduce if you turn as a 外人.

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Posted in: Foreign detainees go on hunger strike at Nagoya immigration facility See in context

(the documentary date of 2000).*

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Posted in: Foreign detainees go on hunger strike at Nagoya immigration facility See in context

Haha in the same documentary, the doctor related the prisoner that are put in shackles (due to the infringement of prison's law) they often do the hunger strike.

The documentary is on YouTube: JAPAN FROM INSIDE - LE JAPON A DOUBLE TOUR - 2000 - 60 minutes

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Posted in: Foreign detainees go on hunger strike at Nagoya immigration facility See in context

... they found on them 400g of cannabis each*

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Posted in: Foreign detainees go on hunger strike at Nagoya immigration facility See in context

Cogito Ergo Sum

And it's not finish, there is another French guy that traveled in many Asian countries for "discover another culture".

And when he came (with a german guy) to Japan for the first time (at narita airport), he passed the customs control and they found on him 800g of cannabis.

And you know the rest of the song ;)

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Posted in: Foreign detainees go on hunger strike at Nagoya immigration facility See in context

Cogito Ergo Sum

Do you want to know a justification that I learn minutes ago ?

I am watching a documentary about Japanese jails and some foreigner in it.

And this documentary, they relate a story of a French guy that been targeted by Nepalese (through a Swiss contact) in a tea shop to hire him for a run for pass 1 kg of hashish to abroad for 1_000 USD.

When he goes to airport, the customs control found him suspect and they found the drugs and you know the rest of the sound.

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Posted in: Foreign detainees go on hunger strike at Nagoya immigration facility See in context

Strangerland

I am ready to hear you for convince me that my love to Japan is only temporal.

jcapan

And yes they are a really something like that smell really bad in my daily life :/

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Posted in: Foreign detainees go on hunger strike at Nagoya immigration facility See in context

Swift_Justice

Well it's called a person that lose his faith in his country and he's researching a new identity, a new reborn.

Don't you think ?

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Toasted Heretic

If you want haha, but the far right lead Japan and you will never be able to change that ;)

Glory to Japan and its policy toward foreigner !

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Posted in: Foreign detainees go on hunger strike at Nagoya immigration facility See in context

Good job Japan, let them die if they want to died by starving

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Posted in: Japan's population projected to shrink 30% by 2065 See in context

I mean, Japanese knew how to preserve their gen*

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Posted in: Japan's population projected to shrink 30% by 2065 See in context

so it's no more -50% of population in 2050 ? HAHA

So it's proof clearly that this prediction of birth rate in Japan just for proof that Japan need to allow mass immigration is childish and people that make those statistics are racist toward Japanese that sue preserve gen (like other Asian countries) instead like western countries..

Slowly and slowly they will review their statistic and lower their estimation.

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Posted in: Foreigners in Japan face significant levels of discrimination, survey shows See in context

^^

Else I am curious of how I will react toward racism when it will be my tour to be a foreigner in a country, it's kind exciting if all what I build since now in my mind is enough to respect the rule that I setup since begin.

And it's at the moment that I can be a concrete example of how foreigner need to act toward racism in a foreigner country.

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Posted in: Foreigners in Japan face significant levels of discrimination, survey shows See in context

Yeah indeed, I miss that this Japanese delinquent need to lose Japanese nationality first before being deported in the country of parent's origin.

After I just hope that the denaturalization is same stronger than Japanese justice against delinquent foreigner.

French one is soo weak, that's why I begun to hate my country when I see the other reaction of countries about this case.

Deportation also is different for visa and permanent residence holders. You can only deport someone to the country they hold a passport to.

Ah :/ it was too beautiful for be true in all the cases lol

And in France, you can have multiple nationality.

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Posted in: Foreigners in Japan face significant levels of discrimination, survey shows See in context

Foreigners here and elsewhere are being prosecuted and deported for crimes committed including Visa, etc violations.

Wow cool, but you said that it was not fair that foreigner and local are not treat equally, but you said that foreigner are deported ^^

And when you said elsewhere, it make me a little smile lol, because in France, it's not the case :D

Or yeah the government rarely said that they deported 250 HAHA

But what about a person that born in Japan, have foreigner parents and have Japanese nationality ? I hope he will be deported too

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Posted in: Foreigners in Japan face significant levels of discrimination, survey shows See in context

You really think that ?

Did you know Japan have different treatment if you are a Japanese delinquent or a foreigner delinquent ?

I heard some people that make Vlog of Japan, stories where they knew foreigner than been kicked out of Japan and they was forbidden to come back.

But I am search other source of info about that.

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Posted in: Foreigners in Japan face significant levels of discrimination, survey shows See in context

After indeed, we need to end of this foreigner delinquent that disturb the social peace and the law of retaliation is not an efficient way, need to make law and then the justice can apply his hammer special foreigner treatment on those people.

But this kind of law don't exist or is not apply (or very rarely) even for local people :/

Pretty much an extremist/radical viewpoint IMO and little good will come from it. Maybe travelling for a few years will mellow it. On the end everybody has to work together. I now see myself as a citizen of the world, granted still hold citizenship and many views from my birthplace, family covers many nationalities, religions and cultures.

Well maybe, but this protection against foreigner's aggression is precious and can be use to understand in which world we are, too, not only your way, but my way too I think.

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Posted in: Foreigners in Japan face significant levels of discrimination, survey shows See in context

fight with the help of your community toward local people*

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Posted in: Foreigners in Japan face significant levels of discrimination, survey shows See in context

The racism that I represented as a tiger is about the racism from local people.

After the racism from foreigner toward local people, hmm I will represented it by a bulldog that have the rage, yeah good image x)

The world is the least racist it's ever been in the history of time right now. It's progressively improved since the dawn of time. I'm happy to continue with that trend with the goal of approaching no racism whatsoever. It seems you've decided 'well, things are good enough, let's just leave it', but I'll stick with the direction we've been moving for '200,000 years'.

Not sure of what you talking about, out of my understand of English, but yeah as you said now we know what think the other.

If you think we are as racist as our ancestors were, you're kidding yourself.

Are you sure ? you certainly don't know the probability law, there is no reason that what we have as idea at the moment didn`t exist before, and more when it's about social field.

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Posted in: Foreigners in Japan face significant levels of discrimination, survey shows See in context

Hmm, it seems you are saying that Japanese civilization is essentially racist, and/or that it's so tied together that you couldn't remove the racism without entirely destroying Japanese civilization. Both of which are pretty ridiculous concepts. Japanese civilization is independent of Japanese racism. The overwhelming majority of Japanese people I've met are not racists - if the two things were indistinguishable from each other as you claim, then the Japanese people I've met wouldn't actually be Japanese, since by your definition one must be a racist to be Japanese.

Yes because as I said, racism is a natural thing and what you must to do is to preserve the racism's level at its original state and not grow up by made overreaction like in EU.

Racism is like a Tiger, keep him safe from disturbing or maybe use a AK-47 to kill him, but you will wake up other Tiger and the fight will be without end.

There is nothing wrong with being accommodating to other cultures within one's own culture. We're all humans sharing this rock. Sometimes we're going to mix, so we should all be working towards mixing with each other effectively, rather than causing division.

It's what you think, but Human species have more experience than you, 200,000 years ago of experience whereas you have just your age as experience of the life.

Can you one second imagine that you are more intelligent that the whole history of Human specie ? ridiculous !

If our ancestor wasn't able to destroy the racism, it's certainly not you that have the magical solution.

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Posted in: Foreigners in Japan face significant levels of discrimination, survey shows See in context

Did you read what Lucki Lucky from south Africa wrote (from the link) ? you will be surprise lol

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Posted in: Foreigners in Japan face significant levels of discrimination, survey shows See in context

pacint

Try South Africa

Even African have racist, man.

http://pulse.ng/gist/racism-we-don-t-want-nigerians-in-our-country-south-african-citizens-id5985400.html

So you're saying we should just accept racism, and never attempt to do anything about it? That it's ok?

Yes ! if you do that, you turn Japanese society into a society like we have in western countries !

Then the little poor racism that you been victim will become worst and the racism will be the same in occidental countries (overreaction on overreaction (and it's in the two camps, foreigner and local people)

Is that you want ? I don't think or maybe you want to destruction of Japanese civilization.

why should locals have to integrate to foreigners just to not racially discriminate?

Well in France, it's happen actually, it's to us to accept all their culture, custom and request (like force school to propose lunch without pork for muslim or force enterprise to respect hour or pray for muslim, ect)

Again, this is a strange comment, as evidenced by the fact that the Japanese made the decision to accept us into their country on their own. They have a full immigration system, with paths to permanent residency and citizenship. No one is forcing them to do that, they've decided to do it on their own.

What I said is the consequence of react to racism and foreigner in france are expert about it.

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Posted in: Foreigners in Japan face significant levels of discrimination, survey shows See in context

So we're saying that we shouldn't even attempt to overcome racism? That things are good enough, so any racism that happens doesn't matter?

You want to react against racism ? ohh what a such great idea

Then it's perfect, make Japan a new USA or a country from EU, turn this paradise in hell, remove the honorific gestures and all those aspect of respect, because Japanese don't deserve it !

And let's go, let's setup all those associations against racism, start manifestations, a tons of law for that plus a lot of lawsuit and a government specialized for foreigner protection like we have a plenty of in EU.

And inverse the integration's jobs, it's not to foreigner to be integrated for local people, but it's to the local people to be integrated to foreigner.

In summary, destroy the Japanese's life by forcing local people to accept 外人 !

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Posted in: Foreigners in Japan face significant levels of discrimination, survey shows See in context

I'm still not following you. Are you saying that since it's a natural thing, it's ok when Japanese people do it? Or are you maybe saying that since it's natural, we should be ok with it when it happens?

If everyone in this earth in every civilization have racist and those racist exist since Human born, sorry but yes it's a natural thing for me and whatever you can do against those people, you will not able to disappear racism in the world.

It's just an useless fight and remind the racism can be in that direction (I think you forgot it): foreigner's racism toward local people.

Multi-culturalism and racism are different things. It's possible to have a mono-cultural society, and also not have racism.

Multi-culturalism come generally from multiracialism lol are you sure that in a group of foreigner, they are all agree to deal with another culture and abandon their origin ? x)

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