A word from Toshi:
“I like your wish list for Harper. CBC, HRC and UN issues are very relevant to Japan. I would like to explain briefly why.
The Democratic Party of Japan is trying to submit the protection of human rights bill and establish a Human Rights Commission in Japan. This is a very dangerous move. If passed, about 10,000 human rights officers will be appointed all over Japan. For example if Ms. X reports that you violated human rights, HCR can search your house without a search warrant and remove your personal computer, documents etc. If you refuse it you will face a $3000 fine.
Some people say that Japan must take measures to eliminate racial discrimination because in 1996 it promised to do so when Japan signed the UN Convention on Racial Discrimination. Japan is the second largest contributor to the UN budget. Japan, it is time to forget about the delusional idea that it will one day be a permanent member of the Security Council.
About CBC… Japan has a public broadcasting organization called NHK, an equivalent to CBC. Anyone who installs receiving equipment (that is a television set) capable of getting NHK must pay reception fees although you never watch NHK programs. It is a law. After so many NHK-related scandals surfaced, a lot of people refuse to pay fees. NHK took a legal action against those who violate the law, yet 1.3 million people still refuse to pay.
The Japanese people are suffocated by anti-Japanese, left wing media, teachers union, and more. What Japan really need is a conservative party like Canada has and a strong leader like Benjamin Netanyahu. Japan must learn from Canada and Israel.”