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  • 2019.11.11 Monday
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The Right to Leave Japan:Population Decline


 The Democratic Party of Japan is planning to accept ten million immigrants as a countermeasure to Japan’s population decline. On the contrary, the Japanese government should encourage emigration because our country is overpopulated.


 Take a look at a world map. Japan’s population is 127 million. Nearly one-fiftieth of the global population are living in such a small island countryIt’s an unusual situation.


 In terms of acreage, Japan is smaller than CaliforniaJapan’s population is more than three times that of California while California’s population is 10% greater. Still, Californians are complaining of overcrowding. To make matters worse, 68% of Japanese land is accounted for by forests. Compared even to California, Japan is extremely overpopulated.


 During the Edo era, Japan’s population was stable at less than 30 million for nearly three centuries. Since the Meiji era, however, it has quadrupled in only a century. Previous to the Russo-Japanese War, Japan’s population increased to 40 million, and by the Pacific War, it amounted to 80 million. At that time, in order to compete with other world powers, Japan had to boost its population, but it’s not the case any more.


 Compared to 2009, Japan’s population decreased by 18,323 persons. We have to avert a radical population crash, but instead promote a gentle population decline. At present, the unemployment rate is high, but, as the labor force decreases, the unemployment problem will self-correct. Furthermore many seniors are going to work because their national pension of 66,000 yen per month is far from enough to live on. Article 27 of the Japanese Constitution specifies that all citizens have the right to work and are obligated to work.


 Article 22 of the Japanese Constitution guarantees the right to emigrate overseas. Japanese citizens who hate Japan don’t have to stay in Japan. The Japanese government should encourage them to emigrate to any country they prefer. From 1975 to 1991, Japan accepted some 13,000 “Boat People”, namely Vietnamese citizens who detest communism. Based on mutualism, the Japanese government should get Vietnam accept Japanese citizens who prefer communism.


 Article 13 of the United Nation’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights stipulates that everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own, and return to his country. Many Koreans living in Japan insist that they are discriminated against. The Japanese government should encourage them to return to their country.


 Article 25 of the Japanese Constitution, which expresses the right to economic security, only refers to Japanese citizens, not foreigners. The Japanese government should stop offering welfare to foreigners, and expatriate lazy foreigners who cannot support themselves.


 First of all, the Japanese government should rigidly deport troublesome foreigners who have committed crèmes .The public peace will improve greatly.


 Population decline is not all bad. We should take notice of the positive side of it.





  • 2019.11.11 Monday
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  • by スポンサードリンク

I've scanned through your blog and mostly agree -- Japan should let it's population decrease naturally. It's the economists that want immigration to keep the overall GDP high, but I'm sure you'll agree that per capita GDP is more important to average citizens.

This may be incorrect, but I once read that 60% of Japan's food is imported. To be reliant on outside sources for basic necessities is a scary situation. Letting your population decline would increase your self-reliance and less vulnerable to global issues.

The other problem with immigration is inevitable erosion of Japanese culture. I'm not just talking about historical culture, but the Japanese way of thinking. While it's true the majority of modern inventions have been the products of Western minds, it's the Japanese mind that has taken those ideas and made important refinements that have been previously overlooked. To me this is an ideal relationship -- we compliment each other's strengths and weaknesses. (陰陽?)If Japan were to become just another country, you would no longer have anything different to offer the world and your global advantage would be lost.

Another theme in your blog seems to be crime and "public peace." Many Japanese seem to be of the opinion crime has been rising over the years, but statistics prove otherwise. For example, this video:

But it's pretty much the same here in Canada -- the public thinks crime is rising, but in reality it's decreasing. However, the "face" of crime has changed dramatically due to Canada's excessive immigration policy. For example, here is Toronto Police Department's most wanted criminals:

I can only imagine how much lower Canada's crime rate might be if it weren't for our government's reckless immigration policies. Watch out! The same is happening to Japan.
  • bob
  • 2010/09/15 4:55 AM

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