Japan has No Problem Helping Refugees, as Long as None of Them Come to Japan

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
October 1, 2015

"Accept tens of thousands of Moslem "refugees" into Japan, you say? Hm. Yeah, uh, no, I think we're gonna have to pass on that one."
“Accept tens of thousands of Moslem “refugees” into Japan, you say? Hm. Yeah, uh, no, I think we’re gonna have to pass on that one.”

Abe is boss.


Japan’s prime minister said Tuesday that his nation needs to attend to its own demographic challenges posed by falling birth rates and an aging population before opening its doors to refugees.

Wow, that is actually, literally, the exact opposite of the argument used to support millions of Blacks and Arabs coming into Germany.


Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced at the U.N. General Assembly that Japan is ramping up assistance in response to the exodus of refugees to Europe from the Middle East and Africa.

He said Japan will provide $1.5 billion in emergency aid for refugees and for stabilization of communities facing upheaval.

But speaking to reporters later Tuesday he poured cold water on the idea of Japan opening its doors to those fleeing.

He said Japan first needed to attend to domestic challenges which he proposes to tackle under a revamped economic policy that aims to boost GDP to a post-war record level, while bolstering the social security system to support families.

“As an issue of demography, I would say that before accepting immigrants or refugees we need to have more activities by women, by elderly people and we must raise (the) birth rate. There are many things that we should do before accepting immigrants,” Abe told a news conference, according to the official translation of his comments.

He added that Japan would “discharge our own responsibility” in addressing the refugee crisis, which he described as helping to improve conditions that cause the exodus.

Abe earlier told the world body that Japan would provide $810 million this year for emergency assistance of refugees and internally displaced persons from Syria and Iraq, triple what it gave last year. Abe said Japan is also preparing about $750 million for stabilization efforts in the Middle East and Africa.

Why is Europe not given this option?

Why do I have tens of thousands of Somalians in my hometown of Columbus, Ohio?

I would gladly pay money for these people to leave.

And hey, why not stop spending billions to fund terrorists in the Middle East, and instead send financial aid to benevolent dictators?

Why not stop funding Israel, and end the Middle Eastern crisis completely?

All of these things seem so obvious, I wonder why no one is considering them?

Oh. Right. I forgot.
Oh. Right. I forgot – we can’t do these obvious things because of the gassing of the six million.