[2017] I moved to Japan and discovered that Japanese hate Black People

"Just want to lighten things up a bit here, many judgements are going back in forth on the topic of judgement of race. I love this video haha


You're being passive-aggressive. You're simply expressing your opinion in a passive-aggressive manner. Your opinion was name-calling, followed by an equivocation of your intentions. I understand.

Maybe you don't see it, but that's what you're doing. You can't exactly express an opinion for or against (in this case, against) something, and pretend to be a neutral party. You don't get to jump in an argument and pretend to be above it all.

My guess is that you're a passive-aggressive person in general who is afraid of conflict. I get it, you want to speak in opposition to me without facing any consequences. At least a lot of other posters here didn't try to pretend they weren't saying what they were obviously saying. Some were rude, but you're just being dishonest, while trying to get your jabs in too.

My photo at least establishes that there is a reality of condoned racism in the parts of Japan where I've been. Are you familiar with the history of Nazi's? Are you familiar with Japan's involvement with them? This is a country that doesn't even have a law against hate speech.

It's a big deal to have a Nazi building within walking distance of the place you live. This building is about a 15 min walk from my hotel in Osaka.

Lol but yeah, there are a lot of judgements going on here. Here a vid to lighten things up: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q6zXclkh9mM

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