Dejavu. The Japanese get a taste of the new addition to Europe’s sham multiculturalism. The sad thing is that Japan has recently gotten immersed in a new found mindgap of insanity to attract more Muslim tourists and trade.
From 1 July 2013, the Japanese Government stopped requiring visas for tourists from four member countries of ASEAN – Thailand, Brunei, Singapore and Malaysia to boosting efforts to better cater for Muslim visitors.
While Japan was the example to the entire world by being the official “land without Muslims” for a long time, they are now joining the race to their own demise. In 1970, only two mosques existed in the country, but now more than 200 mosques and musallahs, or temporary sites used to pray has sprung up.
Following World War II on May 3, 1947, Japan signed a new clause in the national Constitution. Article 9 of the Japanese Constitution outlaw war as a means to settle international disputes involving the state. In its text, the state formally renounces the sovereign right of belligerency and aims at an international peace based on justice and order. The article also states that, to accomplish these aims, armed forces with war potential will not be maintained, although Japan maintains de facto armed forces, referred to as the Japan Self-Defense Forces.
In July 2014, Japan’s government approved a reinterpretation of this article despite concerns and disapproval from mainland China and South Korea, although the United States of America supported the move. This reinterpretation would allow Japan to exercise the right of “collective self defense” and exercise military action if one of its allies were to be attacked.
They’ll need it if they want to entangle themselves into growing trade, travels and relations with Muslim countries.
Tokyo cops arrest 2 Turks seeking refugee status in gang rape of woman
Onder Pinarbasi and a 16-year-old boy allegedly sexually assaulted a woman inside a public toilet near JR Akabane Station.
At approximately 12:30 a.m. on December 27 of last year, Onder Pinarbasi, 22, and a 16-year-old boy allegedly took the woman, aged in her 30s, to a public toilet near JR Akabane Station and sexually assaulted her. The suspects also stole 9,000 yen in cash from the victim.
Pinarbasi, who has been charged with rape and robbery, claims the boy committed both crimes. The boy admits to onlyl the robbery charge. “I did not force myself upon her,” he is quoted by police in denying the rape accusation, according to the Yomiuri Shimbun (Feb. 22).
The incident occurred after the suspects called out the woman, who was visibly drunk at the time, as she was walking home.
The suspects arrived in Japan last year. They applied for refugee status in August and October, telling the Immigration Bureau of Japan that they did not want to return to Turkey due to “problems that exist between relatives.”
While their applications were being examined, the suspects received a visa status granting “special permission to stay in Japan.”
The suspects became people of interest for the police after an examination of surveillance camera footage taken in the area.