Published on Jun 17, 2014
Naoki once had it all – the fast car, the executive home. Boss of his own business he lived the good-life when Japan’s economy was at it’s height. Then the bubble burst – and he met Yoshi.
Japan has their dignity in tact. They’re not getting arse raped by multicultural globalists like Europe and america. They’re not racist, they just care about their own and don’t want people coming over from other countries and ruining their way of life. You’re not japanese, and you never will be. Nor am I. Japan doesn’t have sand people blowing up their people every few weeks… or “rape games”. Be like Japan. Be awesome 🙂
Only about half way through. But so far this seems to be more a problem between you and your employer. I worked for some Japanese here in the states at a factory before. They can be real dicks. But usually if you keep to your own business and get work done, they respect that well enough. They really don’t seem to care about complaints from workers though. It’s different from how we expect it to be. At the same time I’ve noticed younger generations now days have some funny ideals about how a job works. Like their doing their employer a favor if they bother to do their job, and doing it well? Oh that’s too much trouble without a carrot dangled in front of them.
So far though sounds like you just has a psychotic bitch for a local boss. Who probably figured she could get away with her game of kick the immigrant. Which she probably could. 😦
Classic homely white boys going to Japan with a vague notion of white privilege and after the local girls figure out these lump-heads couldn’t get girls back home in the US, they dump them too. So then what are they left with? Nothing. Japan is for the Japanese. Perhaps if they looked like Brad Pitt and had his money it would be a bit different, but not that much.
GW: Was in Japan many years ago and have worked with Japanese from time to time. I like the Japanese and respect them. Like the guy in the first film says – we gave them ”capitalism” like some kind of disease?