Japan Experiencing Its Own Migrant Crisis As Japanese Demand Foreigners Be Kicked OutInformationLiberation
Apr. 01, 2016
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Japan is experiencing it's own migrant crisis which has native Japanese people angry, but they're not angry with migrants from the middle east -- they've let only 27 into the country (three of which were caught committing rape) -- they're angry with Koreans.
The Japanese government has cracked down on their own population in response by passing laws banning "hate speech" and moving in to squash anti-migrant protests.
It appears no matter where you are in the world multiculturalism leads to tension and strife.