(IPC Digital) – While the people speak ill of the Prime Minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe, for his militaristic conduct, the Islamic State terrorist group plans terrorist offensives against Japan. after the murder of the two Japanese citizens, Kenji Goto and Haruna Yukawa.
I come back to the subject again because threats are still on the IS agenda and time is running out, allowing the necessary time for them to find a breach.
For anyone who has been to Tokyo or Yokohama, or any other big city, you know that the number of foreigners from different parts of the world is immense, from Norwegians and South Africans to Turks and Indians. Although Japan does not have a border, its admission to tourists is very large, allowing the entry of “anyone” to tourism.
Some time ago I criticized the Japanese government in an article for the decision to attract Muslim tourists . Well, it’s simple: the Islamic State has people all over the world, people with a “clean slate”. See, for example, the British who joined the terrorists in Syria. Most without questionable backgrounds (but Muslims).
Okay, the risk is great anyway, whether or not it facilitates tourism for Muslims, but facilitating it is the same thing that Dilma is doing for the Olympics, releasing visas to tourists (which, frankly, is senseless). Instead of having more detail in the selection, the opposite is happening.
This question certainly generates the discourse of prejudice, xenophobia and all these “bullshit” that the media has been shoving down their throats. But there are times when decisions must be taken firmly, in favor of the safety of the people themselves, excluding all speeches that the international community can make.
Look at Germany, which has accepted countless refugees. Its citizens suffered at the turn of the year with these people, who sexually abused women in the city of Colonia. Angela Merkel, Chancellor of the Country, stood with her face on the ground, as she defended tooth and nail the acceptance of refugees.
But the question still remains: are two Japanese citizens cruelly murdered and do the people not want a firm retaliation from their government? Pacifism will not change the evil already perpetrated.
Abe is moving the pieces, and like every Japanese who cares about his country, he is seeing what the next answers will be for new aggressions.
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