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    Overwhelming majority of Japanese donít want more than 65 refugees per year

    Overwhelming majority of Japanese donít want more than 65 refugees per year

    By Voice of Europe 14 November 2018



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    Japan has a shrinking population as its birth rates are low and Japanese tend to leave the country to find jobs elsewhere.

    A projection shows that the countryís population could shrink by tens of millions by 2065. To counter the population decrease, some suggest immigration could be a solution.
    But the Japanese clearly donít want more migration into the country. Last year the country accepted only 20 of about 20,000 asylum requests by refugees and 45 people were allowed to stay on humanitarian grounds.
    A poll carried out earlier this year showed that 58 per cent of Japanese donít want more migration and 13 per cent want even less migration into the country.
    With 71 per cent, the Japanese overwhelmingly support the idea of not accepting more than 65 refugees per year and 13 per cent want even fewer.
    Japan, as being a homogenous country barely have troubles with no-go zones, terrorism or radicalisation.

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    GIVE THEM 25 MILLION OF OURS!

    WE DO NOT WANT THEM EITHER!
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    Surprise, surprise, there is at least one country in this world with some common sense! I'm guessing that is because a large percentage of their population isn't foreign born.

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    Japanese donít want migrants: Fear rise in crime and increased pressure on social security

    By Paul Dijks 16 November 2018



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    Prime Minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe, has revealed that Japan will allow up to 340,000 foreign workers in the next five years to offset Japanís declining workforce.
    Since his admission of opening doors to mass immigration for the first time in the countryís history, he has faced a massive backlash.
    For the first time in Japanís history, if the amendment passes, the plan to include visas for foreign workers with ďspecified skillsĒ would be introduced.
    Mr Abe told the Japanese parliament: ďBarring a significant change in circumstances we wonít accept workers beyond these levels. ďUnless circumstances drastically change we wonít accept more workers than shown by the estimated figure. In that sense, itís a cap.Ē
    Japanese couples are having too few children which is causing the decline in the countryís population, with unskilled and low-income jobs not appealing to the well-educated.
    The government is bracing for a deficit of more than 1.3 million workers from 2019 to 2024. This shortage wouldnít even be covered by Abeís suggested immigration plan.
    Abe has faced strong opposition and criticism that the bill was hastily prepared lacking necessary details and from concerned conservatives worried about a rise in crime and an increased pressure on Japanís social security.

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    What civilized person would want a mob of lawless worthless con artists, thieves, drug runners, killers and rapists invading their country?
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