Subtext to UN promotion of Multiculturalism brands Jewish, Anglo European, American, Canadian and Australian patriots as racists
Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is the most high profile leader in a democratic developed world economy to get it right, he like every elected leader owes as his first priority the safety and security of his people and the culture of his nation.
Japanese Prime Minister has got his priorities right, like Benjamin Netanyahu – בנימין נתניהו , Tony Abbott, Australia’s Prime Minister elect and Donald Trump for President 2016, as the elected leader of a democratic country that has demonstrated economic and international integrity since the last great world war, he realises his first priority is to maintain the peaceful stability and cultural integrity of his own people and nation ahead of any unrepresentative UN considerations, After all it has only been through the financial contributions and good will of successful democratic capitalist nations that the UN has been fortunate enough to continue its operation at all.
Yet now we face a situation where the neo Stalinist alignment with Islamist at the UN seek to undermine successful and democratic Nations and their cultures in order to mandate a one world government in the true extremist international socialist Stalinist tradition.
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Japan not taking any refugees; says it must look after its citizens and culture as first priority
Published September 30, 2015
UNITED NATIONS – Japan’s prime minister said Tuesday that his nation needs to attend to its own demographic challenges posed by falling birth rates and an aging population before opening its doors to refugees.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced at the U.N. General Assembly that Japan is ramping up assistance in response to the exodus of refugees to Europe from the Middle East and Africa.
He said Japan will provide $1.5 billion in emergency aid for refugees and for stabilization of communities facing upheaval. But speaking to reporters later Tuesday he poured cold water on the idea of Japan opening its doors to those fleeing.
“I would say that before accepting immigrants or refugees we need to have more activities by women, by elderly people and we must raise (the) birth rate. There are many things that we should do before accepting immigrants”
– Prime Minister Shinzo Abe
He said Japan first needed to attend to domestic challenges which he proposes to tackle under a revamped economic policy that aims to boost GDP to a post-war record level, while bolstering the social security system to support families.
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Sept. 25: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe speaks during a press conference at the Prime Minister’s Office in Tokyo. (AP)
“As an issue of demography, I would say that before accepting immigrants or refugees we need to have more activities by women, by elderly people and we must raise (the) birth rate. There are many things that we should do before accepting immigrants,” Abe told a news conference, according to the official translation of his comments.
He added that Japan would “discharge our own responsibility” in addressing the refugee crisis, which he described as helping to improve conditions that cause the exodus.
Abe earlier told the world body that Japan would provide $810 million this year for emergency assistance of refugees and internally displaced persons from Syria and Iraq, triple what it gave last year.
Abe said Japan is also preparing about $750 million for stabilization efforts in the Middle East and Africa.
Japan prides itself on being a good global citizen.
It is one of the largest aid donors in the world.
Last year Japan gave $181.6 million to the UNHCR, the United Nations’ refugee agency, making it second only to the United States in generosity. But it has offered very few if any resettlement places for refugees from the civil war in Syria.
According to Ministry of Justice data, it accepted just 11 asylum seekers out of a record 5,000 applications last year, although Japanese officials say most of the asylum applicants were from other Asian countries and were already living in Japan.
Some argue that increased immigration could help arrest a shrinking population, which is currently 126 million. Abe says he is determined to ensure that in 50 years the Japanese population has stabilized at 100 million.