2020-12-17: Dear Sir,
Everyone in the international community! In Japan, everyone is "arbitrarily" made a "criminal"! It's a fact!
The United Nations says it is not guilty because it is "arbitrary" in the "Carlos Ghosn case."
The Japanese government said the opinion was "not acceptable at all" and emphasized
that it was "not legally binding." The United Nations should impose economic sanctions on Japan.
Everyone in the international community!
In cases of immigration law violations, we have imposed "crime" "arbitrarily".
This is a more serious problem than the "Carlos Ghosn Incident".
Police officers and prosecutors couldn't explain the "reason for the crime," so they said:
You should admit a crime with a "general theory" rather than a "logic of law".
Only Japan is punished by general theory. What is the law for?
Even in Japan, Article 31 of the Constitution stipulates
that physical restraint and punishment can only be done by "law".
Judges are even worse. For details, please see the explanation of the causal relationship in the "Judgment".
1) We "provided" a "false employment contract" to the Chinese.
(This is support for violations of Article 22-4-4 (revokation of status of residence)
of the Immigration Control Act of Chinese people).
2) The Chinese received a "false employment contract", so they could easily obtain a "status of residence".
3) The Chinese were able to stay in Japan because they had a "status of residence".
4) Since the Chinese were able to stay in Japan, they were able to do "unqualified activities = illegal labor".
5) Therefore, it is said that the causal relationship
between "providing" a "false employment contract" to the Chinese
and "unqualified activity = illegal labor" is clear.
This causal relationship is the "logic" that "if the wind blows, the" tub shop "will be profitable."
(It's an ill wind that blows nobody any good)
Dear UN Human Rights Council, this is an "arbitrary" punishment.
These posts also send the same to the Prime Minister's Office every day.
This is the reality of Japan's "Prime Minister's Office".
Part 1 The criminal reason for the "indictment bill of indictment" is
that it "provided" a "false employment contract" to the Chinese.
I am not disputing whether the "employment (planned) contract" is false to hire a "Chinese graduating"
to clarify the issue.
Even if the "employment (planned) contract" is "false", we are not guilty.
What is written in the indictment is the fact
that we handed a "false employment contract" to "Chinese
who violated Articles 22-4-4 of the Immigration Control Act." See "Bill of indictment".
The amendment to the Immigration Control Act of the Diet proves that the criminal reason
for the "indictment bill of indictment" is "not guilty."
About 2016 Immigration Control Act revision.
It has been amended that those who facilitate the execution of the prescribed acts
for the purpose of profit are also subject to penalties (Article 74-6 of the Amendment Act).
In Japan, the imposition of such "arbitrary" crimes is commonplace.
In 2013, the Japanese judiciary imposed the same punishment on the staff
and diplomats of the "Embassy of the Philippines
in Japan" as the international community "ignored" our 2010 violation of the Immigration Control Act.
The imposition of "arbitrary" crimes against "Carlogoon" is evidence
that the Japanese judiciary is committing human rights abuses on a daily basis.
The UN Human Rights Council reported that Mr. Ghosn's arrest and detention "was illogical and unreasonable,"
a UN expert reported and demanded compensation.
The staff and diplomats of the Philippine embassy in Japan were illegally punished.
There is a newspaper article. Please look.
I will write tomorrow, too.
I will write tomorrow, too.
The amendment of 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)
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