September 14, 2017
Because the beauty of the Aryan-looking 2D anime waifu must not perish from the Earth
The upside of having slanted eyes is that it makes it essentially impossible for the kikes to play the “Herrow my ferrow Nihonjin, immigrationu is supa-kawaii! Shekeru onegai shimasu!” game with them like they do with us.
Which begs the question – is having slated eyes the ultimate survival trait? So far, the answer appears to be yesu.
Japan is waking up to the need to think outside the box to tackle a spate of economic and social challenges posed by its declining birthrate and aging society.
In one scenario, married couples no longer need to think twice about having children because education and day care services for preschoolers are free and students can start paying college tuition once they build their careers.
In another, lifetime employment and excessive working hours are no longer characteristics of this country. More people feel positive about changing jobs and choosing the working styles that suit them best.
What? You want to make it cheaper for people to have children? Wouldn’t you rather import ten million niggers from the Sub-Sahara? It worked out great for Europe!
What Paris looks like on any given day
These are only a couple of the scenarios that could come true for Japan, depending on the outcome of several months of future-oriented discussion to be launched Monday by a government panel tasked with charting a new course for Japan.
“We intend to create a big policy design to build an economic and social system looking toward an era when people will live to 100,” Economic and Fiscal Policy Minister Toshimitsu Motegi said recently as he announced the panel members.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has made human resources development part his agenda as he battles slumping public support for his Cabinet and the worst labor shortage in more than four decades.
Somebody needs to tell these gooks that having millions of clinically retarded subhumans living off the taxes of real human beings is a great way to fix up the economy.
Real news, goyim.
Education will likely dominate the panel’s discussions as the government aims to offer free education and day care services for preschoolers. Another idea is to make higher education more accessible by easing families’ worries about the financial burden while students attend college.
Despite the multiple funding options being floated, however, finding an agreeable one is seen as a formidable task, given that Japan’s fiscal health is the worst among the major developed economies.
The good thing about fiscal health is that you can fix it, eventually. Flooding your country with man-shaped vermin… Not so much. Just look at Egypt – Once the most advanced country in the world, then they brought in nigger slaves and mixed with them [bc dat booty be lyk “blaw” –Ed.], and they’ve been a backwards shithole ever since, with nothing about them worth mentioning except the ruins of what the real Egyptians built, and a canal built by people who actually look like the real Egyptians.
Since his return to office in 2012, Abe has been calling for better use of human resources through such slogans as “a society where women can shine” and “the dynamic engagement of all citizens.”
Female participation in the workforce has been on the rise but Abe has yet to achieve his stated goal of eliminating nursery school waiting lists for children, which has been pushed back a few years to the end of fiscal 2020.
Some policymakers and economists have voiced concern about the prospect of a tight labor market sapping economic growth.
Koya Miyamae, senior economist at SMBC Nikko Securities Inc., said reducing the financial burden of sending preschoolers to kindergartens and day care facilities will help Japan cope with the labor shortage by encouraging mothers to work.
Have you considered encouraging mothers to stay at home and have more children? Because, you know, you’d get a lot more workers like that in the long run. But what do I know, I’m just pointing out something that worked everywhere in the world for the entire history of mankind until some kikes decided to use their media ownership to tell people otherwise…
The Mitsubishi Research Institute, for instance, recently proposed a scheme under which people working in urban areas would spend a few days a week telecommuting from the countryside.
The initiative is billed as a reversal of a well-known practice designed to strengthen central government control during the Edo Period (1603-1867). Back then, feudal lords in regional outposts were ordered by the Tokugawa shogunate to visit Tokyo on a regular basis.
In other words – “We’re gonna try everything except flooding our country with niggers, mestizos, Arabs, gypsies and other vermin.”
Sounds good to me. And sounds good for the Japs too.
The global supply of anime seems to be safe, at least for now, and that’s what really matters.