Saturday, October 23, 2010

Japan Fighting Back

The Japanese have an overall low opinion of foreigners, especially those Japanese outside of the major metropolitan areas of Tokyo and Osaka. Many Japanese retail businesses routinely post their establishments for Japanese only and while the Japanese don't hate foreigners, they do love their own culture and nation. They do however judge foreigners on their behavior, and the most ill behaved foreigners are treated the most badly by Japanese.

Japan does have problems with foreigners, mostly Africans, Iranians and Arabs and the crime that permeates those groups who victimize with mostly property crimes. While the Chinese and other Asians fit in better, the Chinese are also know for their fraud rings and espionage, both corporate and traditional forms.

Furthermore, the Japanese know what is going on in the world, and radical Islamic terrorism and the continuing Muslim crime wave in Japan has got the Japanese gander up. And they are starting to fight back. (h/t Weasel Zippers)

FUKUI (Kyodo) A car in front of a mosque in the city of Fukui was found on fire early Wednesday and sign saying "Foreign people GET OUT" written in a mix of Japanese characters and English letters was found posted at the two-story building, police said Thursday.

The possible arson case follows an incident at an Indian restaurant 1.5 km away last month, when a flag was burned and a similar sign posted, they said.

The burning station wagon, owned by a Malaysian student, was discovered at around 1:15 a.m. in the parking lot of the mosque, according to police. There were no injuries.

This is all the more informative in that the Japanese tend to internalize their tendency to violence, as shown by their high suicide rate. Rather than kill someone else, they kill themselves. A sad situation, but it does make it a safer society. But it appears that the Muslims are pushing the Japanese to the breaking point.

Even more interesting is that there is a mosque in Fukui, the capital of Fukui Prefecture, an isolated Western prefecture marked by a narrow coastal plain hemmed in by the mountains that on the other side mark the Kanto Plain and resting on the Sea Of Japan, where there should be few foreigners and no real reason for foreigner to visit, unless you are interested in traditional Japanese architecture and Shinto Temples. Only Japanophiles would be interested at all in visiting. It certainly is informative of the wide penetration of Japan by radical Islam and the failure of Muslims to integrate into Japanese society and cultural norms.

Since there is no government agency like the Civil Rights Division of our federal Department of Justice to make examples of misbehaving Japanese citizens, the Muslims would be wise to take this as a warning of the divine wind about to rain down on them.

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