So, I've been contemplating this for a while now, and I feel it's a good time to have the discussion. Of course, many arguments & debates have been had about their entertainment products, particularly anime, but I want to have a different discussion than that. I want to discuss the Japanese as a people, especially in comparison to Aryans.
Now, to start, obviously the Japanese are a more civilized and advanced people in comparison to other Asians, and indeed, virtually any other people on the planet aside from us. However, is that really enough of a qualification to continue to allow for the title they were given, that of honorary Aryans?
I am beginning to have serious reservations the more deeply I inquire into their society & their way of life. Now to start the conversation along those lines, I want to bring up two specific criminal cases which I consider to be illuminating in regards to Japanese character.
The first is this: The Murder Of Junko Furuta, an infamous crime that is well known, and serves as an excellent case study to the points I will be making. The bullet points for the crime, which was the abduction, rape, torture & eventual murder of this girl are as follows:
Now of course this crime is incredibly disturbing in its absolute lack of humanity, and in particular it is quite Asian, or perhaps even moreso, Chinese, in the level & nature of the torture. We must remember that the Japanese, while interbred with the Aino, are still mostly Chinese and therefore retain many of their characteristics when push comes to shove.
However, it should be acknowledge that every society has terrible criminals, and there are always outliers in even the most civilized & enlightened peoples. What is even more disturbing about this case, however, is the fact that so many Japanese were aware of it, and did nothing. According to reports, around one hundred Japanese knew of it, and either did nothing, or actively participated in the torture and rapes. This is quite an anomaly if considered in comparison to Western civilizations and cultures, and should be noted as indications of the Japanese lack of substantial moral character, & empathetic consideration of others.
Also of note is the fact that all four of the men prosecuted for this crime received very light sentences, with the highest receiving only 17 years. This is due to the fact that they were below 18 when committing the crimes, yet despite criticism, Japan did not change its laws to allow for full prosecution in juvenile offenders in cases like this.
Now, onto the second, and to me, even more damning case due to what it reveals about the Japanese mindset & the truth about their nature.
End Part 1