Japan demands newcomers learn Japanese, assimilate and produce economically or go home. Former British soldier, Tim Scott, talks about his time working in Japan
Why does Japanese society work so efficiently? Why is there so little crime in Tokyo?
Japan is a homogeneous society untouched by multiculturalism. The few immigrants allowed into the country HAVE to produce economically and learn the language or they have to go home.
Tim Scott and Jack Sen discuss Japan's very simple formula for success and ask why Britain can't adopt similar policies?
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