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By cherry
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Japan's new immigration law

In Last December, Japan introduced a new immigration law.

https://www.orfonline.org/expert-speak/ ... abe-47825/

However, foreign workers are bullied and sometimes killed in Japan.

https://www.asahi.com/articles/ASLBF53B0LBFUTIL00J.html

But I am surprised to see the Japanese immigration office.

It is almost the prison.

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Usually, prisons are cross-shaped buildings.

Tokyo Detention House

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Kresty Prison in Russia

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Surprisingly, the newly-built municipal hospital in My city (Kagoshima) seems to be a prison.

The bullying by the Japanese government against my region is getting more intense.

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The cross or X means "X marks the spot" and if it is a symbol, it would only be important to aircraft. The theory is that in the event of civil unrest, the X is a signal for air force pilots to "bomb here". The government doesn't want prisoners escaping during civil unrest.

Countries are dependent on foreign workers if they import more than they export. The importers are paid in the national currency, but they don't want to buy exports, so the currency must be sold to immigrants. To export more, drill for oil. Japan has many ophiolites, which are geographic areas with high amounts of serpentine minerals. There are always a lot of oil fields near these places.
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JohnDoe101 wrote:The cross or X means "X marks the spot" and if it is a symbol, it would only be important to aircraft. The theory is that in the event of civil unrest, the X is a signal for air force pilots to "bomb here".

Those are usually helipads, sir, and if they have the letter H on it, it means those are hospitals, not to be bombed. Exactly the opposite of your conspiracy theory.
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Ter wrote:Those are usually helipads, sir, and if they have the letter H on it, it means those are hospitals, not to be bombed. Exactly the opposite of your conspiracy theory.


The prisons are not helipads. The structure of the building forms an X. You are right that the H means it is a hospital and not to be bombed.
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But I am surprised to see the Japanese immigration office.

It is almost the prison.


One of the stated purposes of the Immigration Bureau is to deport undesirable foreigners. The building is designed to detain them as long as necessary when they go through the legal procedure before they are removed from the country. Japan now plans to allow up to 48,000 foreign workers to enter the country but the old xenophobic attitude of immigration officers may persist. On the contrary, Singapore has a population of 4.7 million of which about 24% are foreigners. (1 Million). Of these, it is estimated that 45,000 are British.

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It's normal and necessary to detain illegal immigrants while legally processing them for deportation, otherwise the overwhelming majority do not show up to their hearings and as a result never get deported.

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