Japan's Justice in the Dark

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To Boris Johnson British Prime Minister The German federal government has a full-time staff stationed in Japan to persuade the Japanese government. The German federal government "thinks that the right to live is the most valuable." Most people in Japan a

To Boris Johnson British Prime Minister

2020-11-27: Dear Sir,
Japan has the lowest level of human rights awareness in the world.
Although Japan calls itself a human rights nation,
it is a conditional accession to international human rights treaties.
In recent years, "evil crimes" have been occurring on a daily basis,
hoping to be sentenced to death. The death penalty is now a "promotion"
of "heavy crimes" rather than a "control" of "heavy crimes".
The German federal government has a full-time staff stationed in Japan to persuade the Japanese government.
The German federal government "thinks that the right to live is the most valuable."
Most people in Japan are in favor of the death penalty.
This is because Confucian ideas are deeply rooted in the Japanese.
However, South Korea is a "Confucian nation."
(Represented by the national flag).
The death penalty has been abolished even in South Korea,
where Confucian ideas are more pervasive than in Japan.
The idea of ​​the death penalty comes from the "Confucian idea" of China. China,
the birthplace of Confucianism, is a "death penalty paradise."
We should break away from Chinese culture. By the way,
I am a "Buddhist", so I am against the "death penalty system".
Humans are suffering from "reincarnation" of life and death.
That is why I teach that "living is the most valuable".
The German government should also "condemn" Japan's "rule of law"
from the standpoint of international law.

Part 1 An overview of a list of criminal cases that have been "caused"
in the hope of being sentenced to death.
It is a case of committing a crime because of the desire to be sentenced to death. (Just an example).
Attempted murder in a public toilet in Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo.
Naoya Sawada was arrested in this case and told the investigation, "I wanted to die,
but I couldn't die, and I thought I would be sentenced to death if I killed someone. Anyone was fine."
Attached Ikeda small case.
In response to the investigation, Mamoru Takuma, the criminal, said to the investigation
that "I chose to target elementary school students because I can kill a lot,
and if I kill a lot, I will be sentenced to death." But thank you for the death penalty.
I wanted to die early. It really helps. I was relieved when I finally thought I was going to die. "
Nara small 1 girl murder case.
Kaoru Kobayashi, who was arrested in this case,
did not make a statement in the trial saying "I want you to be sentenced to death soon"
or "I want to die soon because I am already sentenced to death"
and did not dispute the cause of death of the victim in court.
When he was sentenced to death, he took actions such as taking a "guts pose".

Why South Korea was able to "abolish the death penalty"
Speaking of Koreans, the idea that "if I'm done, I'll try again" should be stronger than the Japanese.

A resolution calling for the suspension of executions and the abolition of the death penalty system.
The Society urges the State to immediately suspend the execution of the death penalty
for inmates sentenced to death and promptly abolish the death penalty system.

Fight against the death penalty!
The German federal government considers the right to live to be the most valuable.

German Human Rights Policy Commissioner Discourse
Germany and Japan have long had a strong friendship.
Its deep ties are underpinned by common values ​​such as the rule of law,
democracy and respect for human rights.
That is why I think it is extremely important to openly point out differences in opinion.
With Japan, the most important partner in East Asia to share value
We hope that more lively dialogue will be held on the pros and cons of abolishing the death penalty.

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)

Part 2 See below.

Best regards.

Yasuhiro Nagano


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