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kyushubill Today  12:22 am JST

Well since the group has not been named you psychics are full of ...

Nippon Kaigi is not religious.

Nippon Kaigai is a crazy racist nationalist religious cult that believes in the superiority of Pure Race Yamato people and their God Emperor descending from the Sun Goddess.

How is that not religious, as well as political of course (of the most disgusting kind)?

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Posted in: Shooter says he believed Abe promoted religious group that bankrupted his mother See in context

YubaruToday  06:14 pm JST

Nippon Kaigi was mention on ABC news*

I dont think so. I am quite sure you went to great lengths to find that tidbit of information, that really doesnt matter, as it's not a "religious" organization!

Nippon Kaigai followers believe that the superior Yamato pure race and their godly emperor descend from the sun.

If that not a crazy religion, what is?

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Posted in: Mother of girl abducted by N Korea urges Kishida to resolve issue See in context

BUT,

What about the routine abductions of children in Japan by Japanese parents? https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/world-asia-58057432

Japan and its justice system actively incite and reward parental abductions and parental alienation. Both from within the country, and from abroad to Japan, in complete violation of UN's Child Rights Convention ratified by Japan in 1995.

Numerous countries have denounced the Human Rights Violations perpetrated by Japan. Europe's parliament made de resolution in 2019 asking Japan to respect children's Human Rights and the engagements taken when ratifying the UN's treaty. Parents of abducted children have made a complaint at the Human Right Council of the United Nations, but this has been lingering for years.

Japan has been busy using its power to silence this sad reality and to support the abductors. Using all of its corruption power to make that matter disappear from media and pressuring the Child Right Committee to look away.

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Posted in: Frenchman in Tokyo ends hunger strike over his 'abducted' children See in context

Why the quotes around "abducted"? This is a clear case of child kidnapping that would warrant a quick police response in any other developped country.

Japan has been disrepecting Child Human Rights, as defined in UN's Convention on the Rights of the Child, since it ratified that treaty in 1994.

According to UN's CRC, children have a fundamental Human Right to acces directly and regularly both their parents. This is not a matter of opinion but an Universal and Unalienable principle.

This Children's Right of visitation is true before, during, and after a separation/divorce.

By not enforcing this basic Child Right, by keeping its laws that incite and reward Parental Abductions, and by not enforcing Judical visitation decision, Japan is a major and frequent Child Right violator.

It is estimated that each year, there are 150,000 to 200,000 new victims of Japan's systematic Human Right violations.

In 2019, Japan's Minister of Justice cynicaly said that UN's CRC is "non-binding", and that EU's Parliament Resolution denoucing the systemic violations of Child Rights in Japan is "unfunded", thus showing the clear intent to disregard the treaty it promised to respect, and that Japan is in contempt of the international community.

There is a complaint against Japan pending at the Human Right Council of the UN initiated by parents whose children are having their Human Rights violated.

It is now also necessary for foreign states to seize the International Court of Justice, as it is unacceptable for Japan to continue dismissing its duty to respect UN's CRC.

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