14APR2018 (14:54 UTC-07 Tango 06) 25 Farvardin 1397/28 Rajab 1439/29 Bing-Chen 4716
“I’m scared because the arrested suspect is a police officer who is supposed to ensure our safety.”-78 years old police state loving Japanese shocked that cops are shooting cops
A teenaged police ‘officer’ in Hikone shot and killed another cop, because the older cop was bullying the younger cop (who was only 19 years old).
Notice that the teenaged cop used an excuse that’s been used by every teenaged school shooter in the United States: He was being bullied.
In the United States bullying is not dealt with, other than meaningless taxpayer funded public service announcements, and useless social media operations. Instead, everything is blamed on guns.
One anti-gun argument in the United states is that banning guns will reduce suicides. Wrong! In total-gun-ban Japan bullying has become institutionalized, resulting in Japan having one of the highest suicide rates in the world (anti-gun Russia and total-gun-ban China beating out Japan in suicides), according the UN World Health Organization.
But this latest shooting in Japan wasn’t the only one in the past two weeks. In the city of Toyooka, a Filipino immigrant was arrested for shooting his eight months old baby with airsoft pellets, because the baby wouldn’t stop crying.
In November last year, I revealed that there is an overt Japanese based anti-2nd Amendment operation within the United States. There is a possible connection between the recent anti-2nd Amendment March for Our Lives operations and the Japan based operation.
Don’t be fooled by official crime stats out of Japan, they’re skewed in favor of a police state system. And official stats claiming unbelievably low gun possession rates can’t be trusted because the powerful Yakuza (which actually operates as a shadow government in Japan) has a lot of guns, in fact most crimes involving the Yakuza are not counted in official crime stats.
The following links are just the tip of the iceberg regarding the truth about violence in anti-gun Japan.
Irish Times: Japan’s crime problem? Too many police
The Business of Fashion: Can ‘Sick-Cute’ Fashion Break Japan’s Silence on Suicide?
The Japan Times: Man gets 30 years over fatal stabbing of father of three