New University campus in Tokyo spreads cultural marxism to Japanese youth

LGBT Values, refugee acceptance, black oppression, marginalized peoples, discrimination, social justice, neo-feminism, contemporary art, pro-race mixing, white supremacy, white privilege, Japanese privilege, revised history books… You name it, Japanese education has got it!

A significant reason for the spread of cultural marxism in Japan stems from the international school. For example, Temple University Japan Campus just opened a few weeks ago. Let’s take a look at some of the offered classes:

Art History Writing Intensive: Art and Queer Theory
Contemporary Japanese Art
Arts in Cultural Context
Special Topics in Asian Studies I: Social Inequality in Asia
Japan in a Changing World Order
Special Topics III: Japan’s International Relations
Ideology and Social Change in Japan
Writing Seminar in Asian Studies: The Japanese Occupation of Southeast Asia
Writing Seminar in Asian Studies: Immigration and Integration Issues in East and Southeast Asia
Politics of Identity in America
Representing Race
Dissent in America
African American History to 1865
Contemporary Media Issues: Journalism and Japan’s Geopolitical Impact on the World
Ethical Issues in Journalism
Journalism and Globalization
African Americans, Equality and the Law: Weapon or Tool?
The Making of American Society: Melting Pot or Culture Wars?
Development & Globalization
Human Sexuality
Topics in Psychology: Prejudice and Discrimination in Japan
Topics in Psychology: Intercultural Marriage
The History & Significance of Race in America
Ideology and Social Change in Japan

And there’s much, much more. And yes, the head of the faculty is Jewish, many of the professors of these classes are Jewish. They are here in Tokyo, Japan, teaching Japanese students on a daily basis the same Cultural Marxist curriculum that is being taught at Berkeley and many other (((higher education))) institutions in western countries. It should be no surprise then why the younger generation is so supportive of social justice now.

TOKYO: Gang of foreigners rob ¥3 million from Ikebukuro bar

“They spoke in broken Japanese”

TOKYO (TR) – A gang consisting of up to six men robbed a bar in the Ikebukuro area of Toshima Ward of 3 million yen early Monday, police said, reports TBS News (Oct. 7).

At just around 2:15 a.m., the gang of five or six persons entered the bar, located in front of JR Ikebukuro Station, and began assaulting staff members and customers in the face and abdomen. “Hand over your valuables,” one of them demanded.

The perpetrators then fled with 3 million yen in cash from a safe. The staff members and customers suffered minor injuries, police said.

Believed to be aged in their 20s, all of the members of the gang wore black clothing, masks and hoods. They spoke in broken Japanese, police said.

Police are seeking their whereabouts on suspicion of robbery.

Time for Japan to scrub off that blackface — for good

“I was watching the New Year’s Eve edition of variety show “Downtown no Gaki no Tsukai ya Arahende!!” like most of the country when Masatoshi Hamada emerged from a cabinet in blackface. People say he was supposed to be Eddie Murphy. All I saw was, for the third time in a week, a Japanese man using blackface to get laughs, and once again I didn’t see the humor.”

“I took a few screenshots and hopped on Twitter. It was already a hot topic, so I added some kerosene. Think my exact words were: “This makes 3 times this week and 2 nights in a row! This time on the number 1 viewed program of the year, the super bowl of comedy! Japan … you’re making it really hard to love you these days … you gotta do better than this! #BlackfaceisBad #StopBlackFaceJapan.”

“Note to japanese performing in #BlackFace: #Blackness is not a punchline nor a prop. Need jokes? Get better writers. Need a black character, get a black actor that speaks Japanese. There are several! But please #StopBlackfaceJapan”

“My tweets and Facebook posts had caught fire, and the story had gone global on the strength of them and the provocative nature of the visuals, apparently. When all was said and done, I’d been interviewed by HuffPost Japan (which exploded on Yahoo Japan), then BBC Skyped me twice, then the New York Times!”

Japanese people responded:

“I’m just a normal Japanese college student. I’m messaging you now because I wanted to thank you for spreading across Japan the fact that blackface is generally considered racist in the U.S. and the West.

As you probably know, the Japanese are not racist against black people per se but are ridiculously ignorant about racial issues. But ignorance cannot be an excuse, as you said on Twitter.

I strongly support your ideas. Japan is not yet recognized as a nation that accepts immigrants, but the country will accept more immigrants in the future to compensate for the decrease of its population and domestic demand. When that happens, I think the Japanese should make an effort to avoid misunderstandings on issues not only related to race (like this time) but also culture and religion.

However, I think it’s best they be taught by foreigners who have been living in Japan for a long time, like you, instead of trying to learn on their own. So, thank you so much for being a teacher to those Japanese who are ignorant and indifferent about race.

In the future when there is another misunderstanding, please teach them. Again, thank you very much.”


“I think that this is a wonderful campaign. Japan must take the global issue of blackface seriously.

I think that this campaign is an effort to save Japan itself. Blackface should be stopped immediately. There is no need to do blackface, and it should not be permissible to slander or hurt anyone.

People with diverse backgrounds live in Japan. I feel strongly that it is the mission of Japan, and everyone who lives in Japan, to prepare an environment without discrimination, where no one feels uncomfortable.

It is sad that such a slanderous act is occurring in Japan, and it is embarrassing to me as a Japanese person.

Japan’s naive answer to shoplifting

With the Mainichi Shimbun reporting shoplifting losses to companies exceeding 500,000,000,000 yen (US$4,641,103,500) per year, Japan’s solution involves enrolling a shop’s regular customers as “bounty hunters” who will turn the shoplifter in for a reward. The shoplifter, in turn, will be charged an “anti-shoplifting countermeasure fee” that covers the bounty payment.

“any shoplifters will be deterred as soon as the store makes it known that they are adopting the Bounty Hunter policy, simply because the shoplifter is aware counter-measures are being taken.”

Then the store can hang up an informative poster so hopeful Bounty Hunters can apply, and perhaps even earn a little cash for nabbing a shoplifter.”

Gee, I wonder which group of people is responsible for the majority of theft per-capita in Japan? (Hint: it’s not the Japanese) And as Japan continues to massively increase their population of foreigners, I’m sure these informative signs and pressure from surrounding peers will solve the problem!

Imagine this at a Seiyu, Lalaport, or Family Mart. “EXCUSE ME? DIDN’T YOU SEE THE SIGNS? YOU WILL ASSESSED A FEE!”

Problem solved!

You see, this woman just needed to be better informed about the “anti-shoplifting countermeasure fee.” I’m sure a rational discussion to explain the system would quickly shame her into understanding the error of her ways!

As diversity continues to descend upon Japan, their response to the problems obvious to the rest of the world, clearly demonstrates the complete lack of understanding of the problem they are facing and how to deal with it.

Interestingly, this problem of extreme naivety in approaching problems due to diversity and globalism is not unique to Japan. It is in fact a pattern seen in other ethnically homogenous cultures. In Finland where citizens are not allowed to carry weapons of any kind to defend themselves, Finnish women protested to the government asking how they can defend themselves against the Muslim refugees causing a massive increase in rape. Finnish police responded with this actual PSA video instructing them how to stop being raped:

As naive officials continue to make ineffective policies to solve the problems created by the people they invite into their countries, trust and social cohesion amongst the people suffers and society continues to crumble. How can the Japanese have any chance to survive with such a child-like naivety?

A home for every Jew in Japan!

Chabad Lubabitch – Japan, Tokyo

Did you know that Jewish life in Japan goes back more than a hundred years? Today Chabad Lubabitch of Japan, Tokyo opened by Rabbi Mendi Sudakevitch, emissary of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement in Japan, and his wife Chana welcomes all Jews living in and traveling to Japan. Our goals are to strengthen local Jewish life, facilitate observance of Jewish traditions, and foster a sense of community.

Since its opening in 2000, the Chabad Lubabitch of Japan, Tokyo has brought together a wide variety of people. At our Shabbat table, you are likely to meet Jews living the expat life in Japan, young Israelis traveling around the world, and businessmen and women from Europe, the United States, South America, and more.

Whether you are looking for a warm Shabbat and Holiday experience, curious about the availability of kosher food in Japan, wondering about schooling opportunities for Jewish children in Tokyo, or just eager to meet other Jews, this is your address.

Japan Needs ‘Foreigner Blood’ Like Naomi Osaka’s

Jake Adelstein
09.17.18 7:18AM ET

(((Notable))) excerpts:

Japan’s xenophobia runs deep, and it’s something the country will have to conquer if it hopes to be a winning nation.

Osaka’s victory has raised questions about what it means to be Japanese and whether Japan is ready to create the multiracial society it needs to survive and thrive as a nation. Japan’s xenophobia runs deep, and it’s something the country will have to conquer if it hopes to be a winning nation.

She was asked at a press conference last week, in the Japanese language, “Your achievements have some people saying it’s time to re-evaluate the old idea of Japanese identity, which is to be Japanese you have to be born of a Japanese man and woman… how do you see your identity?”
She responded with, “Is that a question?”

The alt-right in the U.S. and extremist elements in Japan like to credit ethnic homogeneity in Japan as the reason crime is so low and fatal shootings remain in single digits almost every year.
No. That’s primarily due to an omnipresent well-paid police force and gun-control laws that are strictly enforced.

Even in what appears to be an ethnically homogenous society, especially one that values conformity and harmony, there are layers and layers of discrimination and xenophobia. Japan, once allied to Nazi Germany, inherited much of the racism that was prevalent in the West before and after World War II. And of course, Japanese women, just on the basis of being women, and the LGBT community here, face discrimination all the time.

Prime Minister Abe has announced bold plans to bring more foreign workers into Japan, but refuses to use the word “immigration” or offer up any road map to let these people of “gaijin blood” become Japanese citizens. The government has been faulted by the United Nations for failing to deal with hate speech and appears to even be stoking the flames of xenophobia and prejudice.

Japan has to decide how to combat racism, embrace multiculturalism and tolerance if it wants to survive.

Japan has to become more welcoming of foreigners and multinationals.

Yes, ironically, in a broader sense Nikkan Gendai is correct: Japan is really going to have to “rely on foreigner blood.”

It’s a matter of mathematics.

As far back as the year 2000, the United Nations Population Division in a paper, “Replacement Migration: Is It a Solution to Declining and Aging Populations?” noted, “In order to keep the size of the working-age population constant at the 1995 level of 87.2 million, Japan would need 33.5 million immigrants from 1995 through 2050.”

Changing the laws to recognize multi-nationality wouldn’t be hard. It would certainly be much easier than a vigorously opposed attempt to rewrite Japan’s constitution. Discouraging racism, embracing diversity, and welcoming more people to Japan–the government can do that.