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    Alot of Japanese people hold to certain obsessions with White culture and the phenotypes unique to Whites, and seem to entertain a kind of love hate relationship with the united states, as the forefront of the modern west. In some ways they admire America as the foremost White country and the dominant power in the world, and they may view Europe as somewhat mystical and ideally historic land, where people are firmly connected to their history (and where everyone is, shocker, White!). On the other hand, they often may view Americans as arrogant or self-aggrandizing.....although I must say nowadays I can not blame them, especially taking into consideration they get many of their impressions from the trash Hollywood churns out, where people are mostly idealized and falsified European types (and mostly jews anyway who perpetuate the falsehood by nature). There also drawn to European metal, and alot of Nordic artists as well (who many Americans have not even heard of). Alot of their anime related products (comic books, games, and cartoons) are also related to European culture and employ those motifs, such as Vikings, northern mythology, the church even and Tolkien type of fantasy.
    Anyway, I have a lifelong fondness of the Japanese people.....well, some of them at the very least. The japs are quite often racist themselves when it comes to non-japanese (though usually this does not include Whites in my dealings with them), and Japan is funnily one of the few countries where anti-semitic books are specially popular, despite the fact that Japan does not currently even have a jewish population.. They esentially view themselves as superior to all the other asian countries, which actually may hold some truth to the even unbias outside observer.
    On the other hand, they may appear to be losing touch with their traditional and untainted culture, and there youth is getting more and more wrapped up with everything modern and western. At the very least their foreign population is very minute still, so despite possible damaging influences from outside countries, they may at least remain a fundamentally Japanese country.

    In most of the other countries of asia, America and Europe is also looked up to in a fashion. We may not be informed about it in our news outlets, but there is a reason that non-Whites continue to pour into our countries. They would not do that if we were not successful and admired in a way, and they see the west as their only chance to live a life which may prove more meaningful than that which they left behind. This aspiration is embodied in the depictions of westerners that they idolize as true perfection, something to which to aspire. It is the hollywood effect

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fire Wolf View Post
    Anyway, I have a lifelong fondness of the Japanese people.....well, some of them at the very least. The japs are quite often racist themselves when it comes to non-japanese (though usually this does not include Whites in my dealings with them), and Japan is funnily one of the few countries where anti-semitic books are specially popular, despite the fact that Japan does not currently even have a jewish population.. They esentially view themselves as superior to all the other asian countries, which actually may hold some truth to the even unbias outside observer.
    On the other hand, they may appear to be losing touch with their traditional and untainted culture, and there youth is getting more and more wrapped up with everything modern and western. At the very least their foreign population is very minute still, so despite possible damaging influences from outside countries, they may at least remain a fundamentally Japanese country.
    Likewise. The Japanese have such an interesting history, and their ninjas and samurais sort of go hand in hand with our vikings and berserkers The Japanese in my opinion are my favourite people outside Germanics, mainly because of their personality (orderly, polite, very much like Swedes in many ways), their crazy sense of humour and their resistance towards genocidal procedures aka mass immigration and nationalism/pride of their ancestry.

    Is that really true? Their youth is becoming westernized? I found this on Yahoo:

    Quote Originally Posted by rYokucHa
    Nevertheless, some Japanes people idolize Western type behaviour and try to copy it. They are called "seiyo-kabure" and they are hated by other Japanese people. But the population of seiyo-kabure has been greatly declined over the years. Seiyo-kabure was most active 40-45 years ago when Japan started to have ecomical power and have an opportunity to see what's going on in the Western world, the most economically developed part of the world.

    From my personally experience, younger generations of Japan dont have much interest in the Western world. It is true they listen to some latest music from the US and the UK, but they listen to Japanese pop music much more than so. Also, there are few stragen people who imitate dress like black gangstas but their imitation is second-hand from famous Japanese celebrities who imitate fashion style from black people in the media actually. historically watching movies are in favour of hollywood movies but nowadays people watch anime instead and box office of movies is always declining.
    Basically, I get the picture that they do watch some Western movies and listen to Western music (as well as Japanese), but they still have their Japanese spirit permeating everything. They're not becoming rootless like the peoples of Europe.

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    Having been living in Japan for almost two years I can say with confidence that there is a honourable sense of community a honourable sense of unity here among the Japanese. There are exceptions among disaffected youth and other dame ningen ("no-good people") but most Japanese believe that they have a part to play in a single ethnocentric organic community. Even young people have a strong sense of being Japanese with the most popular of pop stars being homegrown and not only foreigners but even Japanese who have lived abroad who have lived outside of the community seen as anomalous. A reverence for the natural world thrives among young and old even in populated areas with most people making frequent trips to mountains and to forests to uphold the deification of what is an inspiring landscape. A musician I too hike throughout these mountains and forests to harvest inspiration and am inspired not only bythe majesty of the wilderness but by the fortitude of men and women probably thrice my age who effortlessly conquer the beautiful yet arduous terrain. Shintō the indigenous religion of Japan is upheld by one and all and unites everyone in one's immediate community for festivals for religious ceremonies and for national holidays. A heathen I am also deeply inspired observing people observe this polytheistic nature-based and ethnocentric tradition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vordringende View Post
    Having been living in Japan for almost two years I can say with confidence that there is a honourable sense of community a honourable sense of unity here among the Japanese. There are exceptions among disaffected youth and other dame ningen ("no-good people") but most Japanese believe that they have a part to play in a single ethnocentric organic community. Even young people have a strong sense of being Japanese with the most popular of pop stars being homegrown and not only foreigners but even Japanese who have lived abroad who have lived outside of the community seen as anomalous. A reverence for the natural world thrives among young and old even in populated areas with most people making frequent trips to mountains and to forests to uphold the deification of what is an inspiring landscape. A musician I too hike throughout these mountains and forests to harvest inspiration and am inspired not only bythe majesty of the wilderness but by the fortitude of men and women probably thrice my age who effortlessly conquer the beautiful yet arduous terrain. Shintō the indigenous religion of Japan is upheld by one and all and unites everyone in one's immediate community for festivals for religious ceremonies and for national holidays. A heathen I am also deeply inspired observing people observe this polytheistic nature-based and ethnocentric tradition.
    It's ironic, then, that you break up their ethnocentric organic community.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gustaaf View Post
    It's ironic, then, that you break up their ethnocentric organic community.
    Says the guy living in a colony... A musician I'm simply here to record my work.... nothing more nothing less... and any impact I may have on the organism is no greater than that of a tourist. How exactly does my presence or that of any other temporary resident who respects the law the moral order and the traditions of our host country "break up" the sense of community of unity here among the Japanese?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vordringende View Post
    Says the guy living in a colony... A musician I'm simply here to record my work.... nothing more nothing less... and any impact I may have on the organism is no greater than that of a tourist. How exactly does my presence or that of any other temporary resident who respects the law the moral order and the traditions of our host country "break up" the sense of community of unity here among the Japanese?
    Two years is hardly temporary. How long does it take to record an abum? Why do you need to be in Japan to conceive and record an album anyway, never mind for two years?

    Japan is full of Westerners also, so one Westerner there temporarily and another Westerner there temporarily and another...adds up quite a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gustaaf View Post
    Two years is hardly temporary. How long does it take to record an abum? Why do you need to be in Japan to conceive and record an album anyway, never mind for two years?

    Japan is full of Westerners also, so one Westerner there temporarily and another Westerner there temporarily and another...adds up quite a bit.
    We can't completely isolate ourselves from other countries, if we do that we'll end up like North Korea half impoverished and with a great lack of resources. Theres nothing wrong with visiting another country for work purposes or pleasure as long as you don't plan on staying and breeding with the populace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forest_Dweller View Post
    We can't completely isolate ourselves from other countries, if we do that we'll end up like North Korea half impoverished and with a great lack of resources. Theres nothing wrong with visiting another country for work purposes or pleasure as long as you don't plan on staying and breeding with the populace.
    I have the amazing capacity to read between lines. Nothing is gained by taking one's family to an alien nation for two years. For all the predictable excuses, the reality is this: His children will develop a love of Japan and its people. It's entirely possible that they'll end up staying and marrying into the native population. It's entirely likely that two years turns to three years, three to four, four to twenty, and what do you know, he ends up staying there. I've seen it happen a hundred times. I've seen it not happen never.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gustaaf View Post
    I have the amazing capacity to read between lines. Nothing is gained by taking one's family to an alien nation for two years. For all the predictable excuses, the reality is this: His children will develop a love of Japan and its people. It's entirely possible that they'll end up staying and marrying into the native population. It's entirely likely that two years turns to three years, three to four, four to twenty, and what do you know, he ends up staying there. I've seen it happen a hundred times. I've seen it not happen never.
    I addressed your erroneous assumption elsewhere... my children are being schooled back home. Your inane and infantile ranting about what some foreigners do to try to and to miserably fail to insult me makes you look like a frantic adolescent on the average message board for degenerates.

    The only thing you have an "amazing capacity" for is assuming things which simply are not true to try to win an argument because you're incapable of mature sound debate.

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