SITYS: Race riots in Saitama

Japan Today proves what I have been saying all along, the result of the LDP government and the shadow premier Adolf Ishihara ratcheting up the rhetoric against disenfranchised NJ such that some innocently minding their own business were lynch-mobbed by no doubt Zaitokukai brown-shirting bully-boys who…

what, there was two drunken gangs and three Japanese were allegedly stabbed by a gaijin

…well, how do we know that these Zaitokukai did not stab themselves then plant the knife on an innocent NJ? The historical record tells us that the fascist police are indoctrinated with the derightification of NJ and with the courts merely fait accompliing the trial, of course it would be all too easy to set them up!

Even if the NJ did do it, we at Japologism.com believe that the pressure of working as a slave for a Japanese task-master who longs for the return of the Imperial Army, and that burakumin Hashishita denying Nanking is full justification for his action, not that we condone it.

Look, if you all fail to mollify the binary, next time it will be your gaijin half-kid having his head chopped off and his assailant being awarded the Order of the Chrysanthemum!

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  1. @Havill – That quote is of course correct. He did say “nobody”, not “foreigners”.

    Of course, what is really important is: why didn’t he tell his new wife this? And did he also neglect to tell her that she is now legally bound to have sex with him?

    http://www.debito.org/?p=9352#comment-261032

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  2. @hidingfromcj holy shit I hadn’t seen that one!!! Oh god, I feel like I need to take a shower…..

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  3. @hidingfromcj anybody see hitchcock’s “marnie” ? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marnie_(film)

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  4. @VK
    I think ‘their’ understanding of multiculturalism plays into the hands of Japanese nationalist fears– that Japanese identity and culture would become diffused and that these foreign cultures would become tribalized.

    My view is that foreign immigrants to Japan would/should not automatically result in multiculturalism but instead assimilation and absorption into the Japanese milieu. The immigrant becomes more Japan-ized, not Japan becoming multicultural. Yours truly being an example.

    There’s no reason to believe that accepting more foreigners would lead to a fragmented Japanese society but some of DA’s fans seem to believe, like Japanese extreme rightists, that accepting foreign people would mean importing their cultures wholesale, as if cultures stuck to people like skin color.

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  5. iLikedolphinsApril 22, 2013 at 7:51 am
    ….the yellow man …..

    This site is surely not far from getting BNP reading approval. Well done Ken Toyboy!

    I’ve never met a yellow man, have you?

    I’m sure not any Japanese would use the same adjective to describe themselves.

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  6. @Vars: Then Vars, you don’t speak Japanese… I suggest a dictionary

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  7. I’ve certainly met a lot of yellow trash. How should we describe them?

    YJ-trash
    J-Yellow Trashing
    Jello Trasho
    Yellow Magic Clean Spray

    I hate loser gaijins and I hate loser Japanese. Is this not normal? I think I’m normal. Isn’t most of the debate between here and there really only the obsessions of the lowest rungs of the social ladder? I mean, Mr Ken is not really in the running for an academy award no matter how much he thrives on Internet drama. And Debito is a larded fatuous buffoon of a man, a man who demands the actual amount of respect you would give to someone living in a dormitory at the age 0f 46 researching an imaginary degree in the physics of his own imagination.

    Being in here, far and away reminds of how much more absorbed into Japanese society I really am. I should have torn away, I haven’t. I find myself obsessed with finding these crazies offline, for a beer, on a weekday morning. Fantasize about it. But above it. I’ve been accepted. The Japanese love me. I’m surrounded by the respecting love of the yellow people. I sink into their yellow embrace. I protect them, I heart them and they heart me. I play my guitar and they dance in unison. I am the C3-PO to their ewok. I would like to know your names but CJ has taken our innocence away, I’ll never look at Twitter in the same way.

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  8. @Vars:

    “I’m sure not any Japanese would use the same adjective to describe themselves.”

    Hmm. Methinks some j-language courses are in order, stat.

    Also, might want your doctor to reduce the dosage…

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  9. @gohomeloser:

    “Also, might want your doctor to reduce the dosage… ”

    This was meant for LSD…er, ILD.

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  10. I’m self-medicated. They call it strong zero

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  11. @hidingfromcj: Oh my, I wonder if that includes submitting and obeying to your husband’s will too.

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  12. @iLikedolphins: Strong Zero? You took me as a One Cup kinda guy.

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  13. @Ken
    If Google glasses or similar glasses become ubiquitous, can I block them with a security device of some sort so the person wearing them doesn’t invade my privacy? You mess with my space and I mess with your ridicules glasses. I read that a restaurant in the states has already banned them before they go into mass production. They won’t allow their patrons privacy to be invaded. With the Japanese penchant for gadgets and gizmos I’m guessing someone will embrace them early and he’ll be sitting in front of you on the train.

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  14. Yeah, I would drink One Cup except for the fact that I’m not a 60-year old homeless man looking for aluminum cans in the trash. I’m young, I’m vital, I’m a crucial cog in the yellow machine and I drink Strong Zero on the train like a He-man. You think anyone bothers me? I exude acceptance.

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  15. Interesting thread this one. Seems like a gathering of nutjobs, myself and Kenny excepted.

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  16. Is it bad if I think ILD’s last post was actually well-written, almost poetic?

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  17. @Dfmoss: She’s sooo cute! The spectacles the 70’s knit. I must have her! It appears I’m not the only one.

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  18. @Dfmoss: Good grief, that’s almost as long as a– No. Stop it.

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  19. @greg goddammit!!! That WASN’T the point :evil:

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  20. Also, I believe One Cup is just the thing if you have two girls.

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  21. @Dfmoss: Sorry, blinded by love. I’ve never felt this way before. I’m going to make a play but… can I afford it?

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  22. No, Greg, you can`t afford it, and you will be in a long queue. It`s a love triangle. No, more than that. She was going out with that drunken farmer hack in Chiba, then Georges the club pres took her. Then she became all Swiss cheese for CJ because of tennis, the seaside babe lair, the big Japanese house, the rock-star family. They used to walk around the club in their tennis gear, all smiley like love puppies. She wanted everything: the house, the dogs, the beach pad, the baby. Everybody knew what was going on. I mean, duh, they were making out on the train in Fukushima, FFS, and snuck off into the toilet. You think reporters don`t gossip? She was crying her eyes out when CJ got gulagged. Why do you think Adelstein paid her 6 months in advance? To steal her from CJ!!! Duhh. When Adelstein heard that CJ snuck back into Japan in March, he went ape-shit. Why do you think he nailed CJ like that, out of nowhere? He was freaking out because Nats wanted her Toblerone back, and that meant that she could tell CJ everything about Jake the Fake. He had to scare her any way he could. And he did. CJ, the idiot, took the Jake bait. He called the FCCJ everyday, desperate to steal her back. You think Jake didn`t notice this? That’s why he took the Swiss Miss to the cops to squeal on the stalker CJ. Oh, and duhh, why is CJ so full of venom for Jake and Tabuchi? You think he really cares about plagiarism or the Ffing Pulitzer? Everybody is plagiarizing, man. No, CJ could care shit about journalism or Tabuchi. He is doing this to pry his Swiss Clockwork Sex Machine away from Jake the Snake. Once he gets her back, he’s going to blow the roof off Jake the Fake. But she’s not going back to CJ. The idiot. Why? Because the whole FCCJ hates him, and she’s the darling of the old boys (and now Pagnotta) at the FCCJ. CJ’s an arrogant uppity prick. He think the CJ in the FCCJ is for him!!! He couldn’t be more deluded. The old farts despise anybody who is young and energetic and getting whatever bint passes thru. Did CJ bow and show them some respect? No, he rubbed their noses in it, taking whatever bit of crumpet he could get. Ever occur to you that maybe he and Tabuchi had something going on the side? Or that he was after that Reuters babe? The guy acts like he’s a Puritan, but he’s more scebe then even Adelstein — and that’s not easy to do. I’m telling you, everybody at the FCCJ knows this.
    So, Greg, good luck with Nats, dude.

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  23. I don’t understand why she’s in any of the pictures at all.

    Rule number 1 of journalism: Stay out of your story.

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  24. Ken, is “John” posting from [Canada], or is it yet another hilarious wag trying to impersonate a mentally different person?

    At least with ILD’s “Look at me, no LOOK AT ME” act we get a few good jokes thrown in.

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  25. @VK: I actually thought it was quite funny, myself. And no town names, please! Canada will do.

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  26. Canada? Obviously John knows them intimately. I mean, so many detail’s. It’s almost incestuous there’s so many detail’s. This isn’t as good as The Borgias but it’s getting there.

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  27. [Now, now, calm down!]

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  28. She was crying her eyes out when CJ got gulagged.


    To be fair, I was in tears too.

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  29. @John: You’re in Canada? Cool, do you know Bill and Arlene? I think they’re in Ontario. Or was it Nova Columbia? Somewhere around there. You’ve probably seen them over at Tim Horton’s, eh?

    Anyway, reading through that article by Stuckey, it’s not great, but I guess it’s better than some of what passes for English journalism in Japan. Too many stilted, overly-literal translations of Japanese terms, and too many parenthetical asides that could have either been worked smoothly into the text on their own, or dropped. And when a quote contains an parenthetical aside, does that mean the person actually said it, or is she adding her own commentary? It has potential, but needs a lot of polishing.

    And she’s welcome to add a portrait of herself in her cute little beret for the byline, but stop with the photos of her earnestly interviewing her subjects!

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  30. @gohomeloser i couldn’t agree more

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  31. It doesn’t surprise me that CJ would exaggerate his relationships as much as he does everything else. I find knowing all the gory details has ruined the cartoonish aspect of the story though. It’s like a light saber battle with 2 cocks, fighting over 3 holes in a block of Swiss cheese.

    Who is John? What is he saying? Why is his town in Canada a secret? When did this become some sort of nebulous gossip site?

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  32. @Sublight:

    >And she’s welcome to add a portrait of herself in her cute little beret for the byline, but stop with the photos of her earnestly interviewing her subjects!

    I have a sneaking suspicion that she (and Jake) are sending a message to a certain someone, that the reporter who goes into the field and does all the interviews gets to tell the story, and that sitting in your room rehashing twitter feeds and blog entries is not really “Investigative Reporting”(TM) :???:

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