Japan has accepted just 28 out of 10,901 Third World scroungers pretending to be refugees, according to figures published by that country’s Ministry of Justice.
The applications came from 79 countries, with Indonesia topping the list with 1,829, followed by Nepal (1,451), the Philippines (1,412), and Turkey (1,143).
The 28 con artists who managed to persuade the usually wily Japanese that they were “refugees” instead of the fakers that they are, came from Afghanistan (7), Ethiopia (4), Eritrea (3), and Bangladesh (2).
In reality, none of these countries’ nationals are in any need of asylum.
In Afghanistan, large parts of that state are not under Taliban rule, and even gullible nations like Germany are deporting fake asylum seekers back to that country.
The same goes for Ethiopia and Eritrea, and Bangladesh of course has no “war” at all. It therefore remains a mystery how even the 28 “recognized asylum seekers” have managed to con their way into getting the Japanese to grant them refugee status.
In addition to the 28 invaders granted “refugee” status, the Japanese government also allowed a further 97 fakers to stay on “humanitarian grounds,” although they were not recognized as refugees.
The number of Third World scroungers trying their luck in Japan rose 44 percent in 2016 compared to 2105, when 7,586 invaders applied for asylum. Of that number, the Japanese government only accepted 27 as “genuine,” that is, 0.4 percent of the total.
Japan’s Immigration Control and Refugee Recognition Act states that anybody seeking asylum should “come directly from a territory where [their] life, physical security or physical freedom were threatened.”
This sensible provision prevents the large mass of swindlers and cheats, who have crossed dozens of safe countries to reach Japan, from applying for asylum.
This rule is in marked contrast to Europe and America, which take any Third Worlders from anywhere who just claims to be an asylum seeker, even if they come from territories in which they are under no threat at all.
After an “asylum seeker” is rejected in Japan, they are usually detained and deported back to their country of origin without further ado. It is estimated that Japan has a foreign-born resident population of less than 1.4 percent.