That's not true Sara.
Submitted by Svet (United States), Sep 1, 2009 at 17:27
Japan accepts not only foreigners with no facial similarities to Japanese, I have 3 cases from South America, but also welcomes back Isseys, Sunseys and Nisseys, with families mixed to other kinds.
The 3 cases I'm citing are westerners -2 of them engineers (Italian and African South America ancestry and one African South American teaching Japanese in SA), all living in Japan and for more than 14 years.
What Japaneses detest is arrogant self proclaimed superior kinds such as Muslims messing around their neighborhood. They also detest incompetents and vagabonds that "work" as University staff to supports Islamists bestiality. They detest lazy ones...
They detest illegal, whether or not people from "pure" Japanese ancestry- Yet, unlike Muslims that decapitate and abuse others, by the name of allah, Japan pays $ 3k to each case to leave Japan and not come back. $ 3K to illegal !!!!
And yes they want you to speak Japanese, which is more than natural, proud of their nation- so what?
Do you see anywhere any attempt to expand a Japanese Caliphate by erasing other cultures?
And, death rate higher? Look at the internal "genocide" Europeans live every day, when having Islamists perpetuating their disease through bringing lots of their kind to Europe, either by birth or any other way such as extreminating infidels.
Itself is a death sentence for the Europeans. What a contamination- what a disgrace.
Oh Please !!!!!
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