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the GOJ wants to issue Japanese language tests for long-term NJ visa renewals, yet protests when Great Britain proposes the same.
It is a simple logical mistake;the subject of the first article is "The Foreign and Justice ministries" and the subject of the second article is "The Japanese community in Britain " so it does not follow, contra Mr Debito,
We Japanese can treat our gaijin any way we like. But don’t you foreign countries dare do the same thing to members of Team Japan
It is quite simple.
A(GOJ) says P
B(Japanese community in England) says not P.
It does not follow that
C(We Japanese ) says P and not P
It is your purpose that you leave the impression like what your conclusion says on English speaking readers?
And could you stop using "We Japanese" by which western people often insult Japanese by imitating some Japanese.