You Don’t “Become Japanese” By Moving There. How Come You Become An American By Moving Here?

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Japan Is A Nation By Blood—And Their Laws Still Say So
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9 January 2023
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A question that is absurd on its face: Can you, a white or black man, an American or an African, “become Japanese?” Answer: Of course not. To be Japanese is to be of Japanese blood and raised in Japan, with its language, cuisine and other markers of Japanese culture. Why? Because the Japanese say so. So why can’t Americans say so?

Strangely enough, Canadian YouTuber Greg Lam, who is not Japanese and swallows all the usual eyewash about diversity, inadvertently confessed that truth in a two-part series titled Being Japanese. His YouTube channel, Life Where I’m From, is one of the best about the country by a gaijin (“foreigner.”) Lam respects Japan and its culture. But more importantly, despite his boilerplate Leftism, he can’t escape the truth: If you aren’t Japanese by race and culture, you can’t become Japanese....

Our country, we are to believe, does not have and never had one language or culture, or one majority race or religion, despite what Founding Father John Jay told us. It was always the polyglot “tangle of squabbling nationalities” that President Teddy Roosevelt warned against.

That’s preposterous, of course, but that’s where the leftist and the neoconservative claim that America is an idea, parroted by Traitor Joe Biden, has led us. And it partly explains the zeal for the Great Replacement, and Biden’s aiding and abetting an invasion of illegal aliens at the southwest border.