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This week, several issues happened showing that Japan is an unopened country for human rights.
女性蔑視 Female Contempt
Akiko Santo, a LDP member and the former vice chair person of the House of Councilors, said "How about considering recognition of woman who give births for more than four children with the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare?"
Ms.Ogata, a member of Kumamoto Municipal Council, attended a parliament with a child and ordered to leave.
CBC News: Politician's baby banned from municipal assembly in Japan
The Washington Post: A Japanese politician took her baby to work. Male colleagues made a fuss.
NPR: Japanese Lawmaker's Baby Gets Booted From The Floor
BBC: Japanese politician brings baby to assembly sparking debate
The Guardian: Japanese politicians force colleague with baby to leave chamber
Anyway the followings are the global standard.
Kozo Yamamoto, a former Local Creation Minister and a LDP member of House of Representatives said "Why do you like such a black one?" as a mention about friendship exchange with Africa.
Japan News: Ex-minister Yamamoto makes verbal gaffe over Africa
Japan Times: Ex-Abe Cabinet minister makes discriminatory remark about Africans
LGBT差別 LGBT discrimination
Wataru Takeshita, a member of LDP, said "If a state guest's partner is the same sex. I will oppose against his/her attendance at the Imperial Banquet.
Japan Times: LDP at odds on allowing same-sex partners of state guests the right to attend Imperial banquets
戦争犯罪否認 War crime denial
Osaka municipal government announced the elimination of sister city with San Francisco on the issue of comfort women.
Shame on you, for denying what happened. Shame on you, personal attacks on this woman."
Reuters: Japan's Osaka to snap sister city link with San Francisco over 'comfort women' statue
SFGate: Japanese mayor says he’ll end SF sister city status over comfort women statue
The New York Times: ‘Comfort Women’ Statue in San Francisco Leads a Japanese City to Cut Ties
ABC: Japan protests San Francisco's 'sex slave' statue decision
CBS: Japan protests San Francisco's "sex slave" statue decision
NBC: San Francisco to Unveil Statue Honoring World War II-Era 'Comfort Women'
Again. Shame on you.
追記 (20:30 27/11/2017)
California state announced expantion of education programs about Japanese-American internment camps during the WWII. It is very clear which, Osaka or California, is seriously facing own wrong actions in the war.
Sun Francisco Chronicle: California expands Japanese internment education to current rights threats
追記 (23:50 27/11/2017)
I caught the original sources of sneaky mail bombs to US citizens, lawmakers, and Congress.
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