Negro-Jap Beauty Demands Nation be Flooded with Third-World Hordes

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
April 11, 2015

When Ariana Miyamoto walks the streets of Tokyo, Japanese people become confused as to what she is doing in their country.
When Ariana Miyamoto walks the streets of Tokyo, Japanese people become confused as to what she is doing in their country.

The half-Negress who somehow won Japan’s national beauty contest is now using her position as a public figure to demand Japan stop being racist and allow itself to be flooded with hordes of low-IQ brown people.

She says her entire plan is to transform Japan into a non-Japanese country.

One of these things is not like the others...
One of these things is not like the others…


Japan’s first biracial beauty queen doesn’t see her crowning as a sign the country’s ingrained aversion to immigration is softening.

“Japan is always saying it’s globalizing, but I feel it hasn’t yet dealt with basics such as racial discrimination,” said Ariana Miyamoto, who has a Japanese mother and African-American father. “Things may have changed in places like Tokyo, but if you go into the countryside, things haven’t really changed at all.”

Popular opinion is against opening up Japan to foreign workers, despite having a population that is aging at the fastest pace in the developed world and dying off at a record rate. Miyamoto disagrees with this prevailing view. “We should invite in people from all over the world to share their cultures with us,” she said.

In person, the 20-year-old exudes the same self-confidence that helped her beat 43 others to take the 2015 Miss Universe Japan crown last month. It’s a quality that’s come in handy, given that her brown skin and curly hair made her a target of racial abuse in her native Nagasaki Prefecture and, more recently, on social media.

“What is a half-Japanese doing representing Japan?” exclaims one of the highest-rated postings on the website GirlsChannel, a kind of Reddit for local news and gossip. “She looks like a foreigner,” complains another. “What a disappointment,” laments a third.

Miyamoto, who recalls school classmates asking her not to share the same swimming pool with them, says she hasn’t been surprised by the reaction. She wants to use such attitudes to stay focused on why she entered the pageant in the first place.

“If there hadn’t been this kind of criticism, there would be no point in me competing,” she said, with no trace of bitterness. “I don’t want to ignore it. I want to change those people’s attitudes.”

Why are these people all so filled with hatred? Why do they seek to destroy? If she wants to be around Blacks, she can go to Africa. It is an entire continent filled with Blacks. Why is there a need to destroy Japan, simply to have the company of Blacks?

Japan’s cool, I guess, but what it really needs is a lot more BURN THIS BITCH DOWN