2020-11-12: Dear Sir,
Japan's immigration policy is for politicians. In particular,
the system of "foreign technical intern trainees" is said to be "slavery".
China's "slavery" and "forced labor system" are also terrible,
but Japan's "slavery" is a "slavery" that abuses the poor in developing countries!
Mr. Yamamoto (former member of parliament) says
that the money exploited from foreign technical intern trainees,
such as the Japan Myanmar Association, extends to politicians and bureaucratic organizations.
A former professor at Tokyo University of Social Welfare,
where a large number of international students disappeared, gave an "interview".
The former president of Tokyo University of Social Welfare said at the conference, "12 billion money will come in."
"Massive acceptance of international students" is said to be accepting international students to make money.
It is the "rights" of these "politicians"
that the "false charges" of Japan's "immigration law violation cases" are not resolved.
Everyone in the international community!
"Condemn" Japan's "immigration policy"! And rescue the "victims" of the world.
Part 1 "Aso, Nikai," Amari "and other big politicians are among the officers of affiliated organizations
that exploit foreign trainees!
They "leave something as it is" in a "terrible" bad "working environment" and smoke "sweet juice"!
In fact, 67% of technical intern trainees were "disappeared" because of "low wages". However,
Justice Minister Takashi Yamashita "fabricated" this fact,
saying that they were "disappearing" in search of higher wages.
The original "listening" data itself does not "reflect" the "actual situation" correctly.
When trying to raise the hourly wage from 300 yen to 500 yen,
there is a garment company in Gifu prefecture
that the supervising organization told me to stop because it is unified at 300 yen. "
Journalist Koichi Yasuda is also a profit-oriented human resources business (of the supervising organization).
We recruit trainees in various places and send trainees.
He points out that he has been leading long working hours
and low wages to make it easier for them to manage by getting commissions from the trainees.
In addition, it was revealed
that the technical intern trainees had been decontaminated due to the nuclear accident this year,
but even at this time, the supervising organization only explained to the technical intern trainees
that "the work is easy" and "anyone can do it". It is said that
In fact, the background is the existence of "big politicians."
Big politicians such as Finance Minister Aso
and Secretary-General Nikai are among the officers of related organizations!
Currently, Vietnam is the largest country that has sent out 120,000 technical intern trainees,
but one of the supervising organizations
that accepts Vietnamese technical intern trainees is the "Public Interest Incorporated Foundation,
Toa Research Institute".
The supervising organization is paid a monthly "supervision fee"
of tens of thousands of yen per technical intern trainee.
See more details!
Money exploited from foreign technical intern trainees goes to politicians and bureaucratic organizations!
In addition, there were "inappropriate acts" against female international students! !!
Mr. Tajima said, "I have been staying with female international students at home for more than ten years.
According to a person close to Mr. Nakajima, "I'm letting international students make" night partners "."
There is an international student
who was admitted to have had sexual intercourse against her intentions at the trial,
and she has been paid a settlement fee (from Mr. Nakajima).
International students are being "preyed" in the shadow of the "300,000 international students plan".
I will write tomorrow, too.
The amendment to the Immigration Control Act in January 2017 states
that "I am not guilty" as the reason for the amendment.
Reason: Amend from "cannot be punished" to "can be punished".
It is a false charge. Thank you to everyone in the international community.
However, the Japanese government has not yet apologized. See below for the indictment. (Japanese)
Please contact us if you have any questions.