Japan to Cover 99% of the Population With 5G

Thought you could escape to the Japanese countryside to avoid being poisoned? Think again.

“The Japanese government has drawn up a rural digitalization plan under its initiative to expand digital technologies nationwide to revitalize rural areas.

In terms of digital infrastructure, the plan sets a goal to cover 99 percent of the population with 5G networks by the end of March 2031.”

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Cultural Enrichment in the Streets of Japan

Rational Japanese Male:
“If the birthrate is declining and immigrants are accepted, won’t Japan become more and more like this?”

Nation-wrecking J-thot:
“Why do you think foreigners are the problem? In places like Shibuya and Ikebukuro, Japanese people also have stupid fights, right? There’s no difference.”

Rational observer:
“If you allow in immigrants and refugees, it will become like this all over Japan.”

Naive, inexperienced J-libtard:
“Immigrants and refugees aren’t the problem, it’s just these people.”

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More Enrichment

Hikaru Utada Comes Out As Nonbinary, Starts Public Discussion about Gender Identity and Pronouns on Japanese TV

“In a recent livestream, the artist said, ‘You know, it’s the month of June, and I’m nonbinary. So, Happy Pride Month!'”

“With Utada’s announcement, Japanese morning TV explained to viewers what nonbinary means. These topics of conversation don’t typically show up on Japanese morning TV and will most certainly raise awareness in Japan.”

“Earlier this month, Utada discussed gender markers on Instagram and how traditional prefixes made them uncomfortable.”

“I’m sick of being asked if I’m “Miss or Missus” or choosing between “Miss/Mrs/Ms” for everyday things😩 It makes me uncomfortable to be identified so markedly by my marital status or sex, and I don’t relate to any of those prefixes. Every time, I feel like I’m forced to misrepresent myself. I long for an alternative option, one that anybody of any gender or social standing could use.…After writing thus far I looked it up and discovered that “Mx.” (pronounced as “mix”) has been suggested! That’s awesome and I hope it becomes more widely used. I’m afraid my idea for a neutral prefix has come too late…”

https://kotaku.com/hikaru-utada-is-non-binary-and-wishes-all-a-happy-pride-1847184238

Want to Stay in Japan Without a Visa? Just Apply as a Refugee!

A Sri Lankan illegal died in Japanese custody which caused a bleeding-heart uproar from the Japanese left. In response, the ruling party decided to cancel enacting the Immigration Control and Refuge Act, which would have allowed foreigners to be deported even while applying for refugee status. This leaves a giant legal loophole, where if you are at risk of getting deported, simply claim refugee status and you have indefinitely extended your stay!

The Japanese continue to crumble from accusations of “discrimination” and their country walls continue to fall, brick by brick, until they are swarmed by illegals they are too fearful and too shamed to approach.

https://www.fnn.jp/articles/-/183882
archive:
https://web.archive.org/web/20210518060232/https://www.fnn.jp/articles/-/183882

Location Tracking App Required For All Travelers To Japan

Affects foreign residents, tourists, business travelers, and even Japanese citizens. Everyone.

Enacted by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, as of March 18th, international inbound travelers will be required to install three apps on their smartphones before leaving the airport: the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare’s COCOA COVID-19 contact tracing app, Skype, and OSSMA (a location confirmation app.)

The combined apps are to be used in confirming compliance with the 14 days of self-quarantine that inbound travelers are required to complete before moving about the general population. Those without smartphones will be required to rent one from the airport and pay out-of-pocket.

In addition to showing that the apps are installed and running, inbound travelers will also be required to sign a written pledge to comply with the protocols. Failure to do so can result in public publishing of the violator’s name and, in the case of foreign nationals, deportation, including the revocation of residence status for foreigners living in Japan on work or study visas.

https://www.watch.impress.co.jp/img/ipw/docs/1312/750/html/mhlw_01_o.jpg.html