Saturday, January 30, 2016

All that hate speech in Japan

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All that hate speech in Japan

Japan is one of the few nations on earth with a profound respect for free speech.  That is about to change thanks to liberals in Japan determine to ruin their nation as liberals in the USA have succeeded in accomplishing. 

This past summer at the United Nation’s Human Rights Council leftist’s lawyers from Japan made an appeal to request Japan enact anti-hate speech laws to shield Koreans from such speech.  Huh?  At this same conference a follow up to request was asked:  What about other minorities in Japan?  Is the Human Right’s Council saying no hate speech towards Koreans, but okay to engage in hate speech aimed at other groups? 

The U.N. sent to Japan a “human rights expert.”  This “expert” is a Ms. Rita Izak (Rita Izsak-Ndiaye), an Hungarian by birth.  Her official title is, “United Nations Special Rapporteur on minority issues.”  Wow, how impressive is that?  This young lady made one (1) visit to Japan and immediately became a world-renowned expert on hate-speech in Japan.  That is one accomplished lady.  Now how ignorant is that?

Based on that ONE visit to the Land of the Rising Sun (Japan) Ms. Izsak-Ndiaye is now calling for anti hate speech laws to be enacted in Japan.  According to the article about her ONE visit to Japan she “listened to accounts from a buraku community” and to accounts from ethnic Korean and Muslim residents in Japan.  As if that was not enough knowledge for this world’s foremost authority on hate speech in Japan, she indulged in watching videos on hate speech demonstrations in Japan and talked with citizens who oppose hate speech (free speech).  Perhaps she was not given popcorn while viewing the video and determined that too was hateful. 

With credentials like that who can argue or oppose her recommendations?  Anyone can and should because she works for the United Nations.  Those two words in itself scream “disreputable.”      

The United Nations is concerned about some people in Japan getting their feelings hurt, how nice.  Never mind recent migrants to Europe in gangs are attacking and raping women in Germany, Sweden, France, and the United Kingdom.  Of paramount concern for the U.N. is about someone having to hear offensive speech in Japan.

In the Middle East women are being sold into slavery, children forced to marry elderly perverts, Christians being murdered, and homosexuals thrown off the rooftops of buildings.  No, no, not to worry about that because the United Nations is deeply concerned about sensitive people in Japan. 

When hate speech is limited free speech becomes the causality.  When a people enjoy free speech guess what?  Some people will get their feelings hurt, others may feel insulted.  That is a price free people are willing to pay to preserve free speech. 

This movement in Japan to lead the nation down the road to restricted speech can be traced in part to exploitation.  Osaka has a large ethnic Korean population, many of whom are second or third Japanese born residents.  In recent years demonstrations against these Koreans have intensified in their verbal attacks during rallies.  These events became ripe for liberals to exploit to drag the nation to the extreme left. 

Today anti ethnic group speech is outlawed, and then tomorrow other types of speech will be attacked such as religious or political speech.  Is that what the average person in Japan desires to see their nation degenerate to? 

In many parts of Western Europe “free speech” is an illusion.  There are laws prohibiting negative speech against protected ethnic groups, religions, and sexual orientations.  Hold a rally critical of an ethnic group or religion, and one faces legal consequences.  Preach in a religious institution references negative concerning certain sexual activities, and legal retribution could or would be forthcoming. 
To the people of Japan: These attempts to curtail any form of free speech should be opposed in the interest of preserving free speech.  It should be noted with these freedoms we enjoy also comes a responsibility in exercising them.  Freedoms do come with responsibilities.  Freedoms can only be maintained with a vigilant freedom loving populace.      

Article on U.N. “Human Rights Expert” who made on visit to Japan:

Rita Izsak-Ndiaye’s biography:

Explanation of what a “Buraku community” is:

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