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  • Brazilian MTV on May 24 Protests on proposed IC Chip Gaijin Cards

    Posted by Dr. ARUDOU, Debito on May 27th, 2009

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    Hi Blog. Let me have my first go at imbedding a video on Debito.org. Seven minutes on Brazilian MTV covering the May 24 Protests on the proposed IC Chip Gaijin Cards.  Have a look. In Portuguese, Japanese, and English. Courtesy of Captain Chris. Debito in Sapporo

    Or go here:
    http://mais.uol.com.br/view/228760

    http://mtv.uol.com.br/blognoie/blog

    2 Responses to “Brazilian MTV on May 24 Protests on proposed IC Chip Gaijin Cards”

    1. Brazilian Says:

      Nice video embed. Saw that on TV.

      I could translate the Portuguese subtitles for your readers, if you want, Debito.

      – Pretty please, with satou on top?

    2. rose Says:

      it wil be like a prisoneer,that can monitorate your life during your stay in Japan.it is insane,its clear that many of them dont like foreigners,but they like to open their companies in anothers countries,they need to buy food to mantain their society,they like to sell their car,their eletronics things,but why is so dificult to accept others cultures?why foreigners coulnt work in their companies in high positions,and they have opportunity to work in others countries in high positions,have the same treatment?its a shame.

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