During the migrant crisis of 2016, Japan invited one Sudanese nation to settle in Tokyo. Dumb Times can exclusively reveal today that Japan ‘regrets very much’ this decision due to the massive explosion in crime and HIV infections that have followed the Sudanese national where ever he goes.
In August 2016 politicians in Japan decided to experiment with a ‘more liberal immigration policy’ in regard to third world migrants and, as a part of this experiment, invited Sudanese migrant Saeed Bilal to settle in the pleasant Tokyo district of Takadanobaba.
Bilal, claiming to be escaping oppression in Sudan, was furnished with a one bedroom apartment and given an allowance to employ a Japanese tutor to help him to assimilate into Japanese society.
“The experiment has failed,” says Tokyo Council member Ken Fakata, “shortly after the placement of Mr Bilal we began hearing reports of sudden surges in rape, violence, theft and terrorism on the block where Mr Bilal lives.”
Attempts to deport Mr Bilal have so far been unsuccessful due to lawyers from the international human rights tribunal arguing that such a deportation would be an infringement of Mr Bilal’s ‘basic human rights.’
Violence and rapes are expected to continue in the vicinity of Mr Bilal for the foreseeable future.