September 1, 2014
Japan is basically the only developed nation in the world which has not fallen prey to the liberal system of Jewish gibberish. This is because they are the only developed nation that isn’t White, and thus they do not have the weaknesses that we have for this “oh, the poor ones, you’ve hurt their poor feelings” claptrap.
The UN is now calling for Japan to pass legislation to “firmly address” the increasing incidences of mean words hurting the feelings of Koreans and other minorities (the mean words are increasing as the numbers of minorities increases).
I’m not thinking they’re gonna go along with it.
The Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination issued its concluding observations on Aug. 29.
The panel also urged Japan to conduct an investigation and apologize to “comfort women” who were forced to provide sexual services to wartime Japanese military personnel.
The concluding observations were the third set issued to Japan since it joined the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination in 1995. Although the document is not legally binding, it does contain about 30 items that the panel felt the Japanese government should work on, including discrimination against foreign workers.
In response to recent demonstrations targeting ethnic Koreans in Tokyo and Osaka, the panel for the first time dealt with the issue of hate speech incidents in Japan.
The panel called on Japan to “firmly address manifestations of hate and racism as well as incitement to racist violence and hatred during rallies.”
Japan has no legislation prohibiting hate speech, nor legal definition in the Western sense of what constitutes hate speech.
We could learn a bit from the East Asians. They understand race without having to have it explained to them.