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Preaching equality and tolerance from Japan, eh?

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Submitted by sara (United States), Aug 31, 2009 at 19:24

Interesting Samuel that you can have such an objective and tolerant view of what Brits must do while residing in a country (Japan) that is so nationalistically pure that they do not allow non Japanese to live or buy homes there and impose extremely strict regulations for foreigners... Too bad Japan's birth rate has now sunk below their death rate thanks to such policies.

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