Foolish Japanese Goyim Refuse Diversity in Favor of Robots

Spartacus
Daily Stormer
August 19, 2017

“Would you like fries with that?”

And here we see what horrific effects racism can have on a society. The Japanese, foolishly believing that there is any difference between themselves and anybody else in the world, are subjecting themselves to an abhorrent way of life that includes, among other things, no kebab shops, no exciting celebrations and cops that are simply bored to death.

But will that make these yellow Nazis change their ways? No, it won’t… That’s how hatred blinds you.

Japan Times:

Thousands upon thousands of cans are filled with beer, capped and washed, wrapped into six-packs, and boxed at dizzying speeds — 1,500 a minute, to be exact — on humming conveyor belts that zip and wind in a sprawling factory near Tokyo.

Nary a soul is in sight in this picture-perfect image of automation.

The machines do all the heavy lifting at this plant run by Asahi Breweries, Japan’s top brewer. The human job is to make sure the machines do the work right, and to check on the quality the sensors are monitoring.

“Basically, nothing goes wrong. The lines are up and running 96 percent,” said Shinichi Uno, a manager at the plant. “Although machines make things, human beings oversee the machines.”

“Nothing goes wrong.”

Until one day, you try to buy a kebab, and then you can’t find anyplace that sells one. The horror… The horror…

Look at what you’re missing out on because of your ignorance

The debate over machines snatching jobs from people is muted in a country where birth rates have been sinking for decades, raising fears of a labor shortage. It would be hard to find a culture that celebrates robots more, evident in the popularity of companion robots for consumers, sold by the internet company SoftBank and Toyota Motor Corp. among others.

Japan, which forged a big push toward robotics starting in the 1990s, leads the world in robots per 10,000 workers in the automobile sector — 1,562, compared with 1,091 in the U.S. and 1,133 in Germany, according to a White House report submitted to Congress last year. Japan was also ahead in sectors outside automobiles at 219 robots per 10,000 workers, compared with 76 for the U.S. and 147 for Germany.

The most shocking thing about all this robotized productivity of their is that they have no one to pay welfare to. What are you gonna do with all that money if you’re not paying for LaQueefa’s 11 babies that got no baby daddies? Spend it on some stupid colonial idea like “space exploration” or something like that? How insane…

One factor in Japan’s different take on automation is a system of lifetime employment. Major companies generally retain workers, even if their abilities become outdated, and retrain them for other tasks, said Koichi Iwamoto, a senior fellow at the Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry.

That system is starting to fray as the nation globalizes, but it’s still largely in use, Iwamoto said.

What?

That’s the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard. If your workers aren’t willing to work for Pepsi and a can of cat food like Mexicans do, then that means they can’t compete and should end up homeless.

Fuck’s sake, it’s like these people don’t take Ayn Rand seriously…

Although data from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development show digitalization reduces demand for mid-level routine tasks — such as running assembly lines — while boosting demand for low- and high-skilled jobs, that trend has been less pronounced in Japan than in the U.S.

The OECD data, which studied shifts from 2002 to 2014, showed employment trends remained almost unchanged for Japan.

That means companies weren’t resorting as aggressively as those in the U.S. to robots to replace humans. Clerical workers, for instance, were keeping their jobs, although their jobs could be done better, in theory, by computers.

That kind of resistance to adopting digital technology for services also is reflected in how Japanese society has so far opted to keep taxis instead of shifting to online ride hailing and shuttle services.

This is more likely caused by the insidious racism of the Japanese. In countries where taxi drivers are hideously homogeneous, the population keeps using taxis, while in countries where taxi driving is enriched, people start looking for alternatives.

Still, automation has progressed to the extent the nation has now entered what Iwamoto called a “reflective stage,” in which “human harmony with machines” is being pursued, he said.

“Some tasks may be better performed by people, after all,” Iwamoto said.

Yes, and those people should be Somalis and Pakistanis and Nigerians. Come on “Japanese people,” it’s not that hard:

  • Japan is for everyone.
  • Anyone can be Japanese.
  • It’s just about principles.
  • Japan is a nation of immigrants.
  • Islam is a fundamental part of Japan.

Diversity=tripleplusgood, just like professor Shlomo teaches in his Sociology class.

Gone are the days things used to go wrong all the time and human intervention was needed to get machines running properly again. Every 10 to 15 minutes, people used to have to go check on the products; there were no sensors back then.

Glitches are so few these days there is barely any reason to work up a sweat, he added with a smile.

Like many workers in Japan, Sakai doesn’t seem worried about his job disappearing. As the need for plant workers nose-dived with the advance of automation, he was promoted to the general affairs section, a common administrative department at Japanese companies.

“I remember the work being so hard. But when I think back, and it was all about delivering great beer to everyone, it makes me so proud,” said Sakai, who drinks beer every day. “I have no regrets. This is a stable job.”

Drinks beer every day, just like a toothless redneck who fucks his cousin HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAA!

All Japanese people look like this, except with slanted eyes.

Look “Japanese people,” this is not something you have a say in. Scientists have irrefutably proven that we’re all the same, and you need diversity to enrich yourselves or else we’re all gonna die. So quit this foolishness, stop thinking in terms of imaginary social constructs like “race” or “gender” or “biology” or “genetics” and start importing Somalis.

Somalis are our greatest strength, and Japan can’t survive without them.

The unbearable yellowness of katana-wielding robot tentacles must come to an end!

 

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