July 16, 2015
The Jews have been frustrated with their inability to force multiculturalism, political correctness and the rest of their diabolical agendas on Asia.
But this could be changing.
The first Japanese bill outlawing “hate speech” and “racism” has been introduced in the nation’s upper house.
A group of lawmakers made history Friday by submitting a bill to the Upper House that would outlaw racism and hate speech.
Sponsored by lawmakers from the Democratic Party of Japan and Social Democratic Party, the bill would prohibit all forms of racial discrimination, including hate speech, and places responsibility on the state and municipalities to eliminate racism.
The bill is the first anti-discrimination legislation of its kind in Japan and signals that its decadeslong failure to follow through on its signing of the 1969 International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination may be coming to an end.
“We believe the bill is very significant,” said foreign-citizens rights group Gaikokujin Jinkenho Renrakukai in a statement Friday. “It is a huge stride forward for the state to proclaim the illegality of racial discrimination and to express its intention to take steps to eradicate it.”
The bill does not, however, hold violators liable for criminal punishment — an apparent bid to avoid opposition from those who might argue it infringes on freedom of expression.
Obviously, the only way they could get it through is by having no punishment attached for violating it. But they can then go back and change that.
Slippery slope is a Jew master art.
Meanwhile in Malaysia, the Prime Minister’s brother is calling for an outlawing of hate.
Datuk Seri Nazir Razak wants racism to be made illegal saying he fears for the future of Malaysia.
Touching on the Low Yat Plaza brawl last Sunday, Nazir, who is CIMB Group chairman and youngest brother of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, wrote on his Instagram account:
“When a silly handphone theft results in racial brawls, I fear for their future. Let’s define and make racism illegal to bring us closer together.”
Nazir also attached a photograph featuring children of various races wearing their traditional costumes.
How much longer with the Asians be able to hold out against the march of SJWism?