Japan tells us a lot about liberal democracy and free-market capitalism.
It currently has the title of being the oldest country in the world. It has one of the lowest birth rates of any major country in the world. It is going through a virginity crisis. 1 in 10 Japanese men are incels in their thirties because the country is obsessed with work and materialism.
“Tokyo — All around the world, young people are having less sex than previous generations. At the forefront of the so-called global “sex recession” is Japan, which has one of the lowest fertility rates on Earth, and it could serve as a cautionary tale for the U.S. and other industrialized countries.
Shota Suzuki works as a building custodian in Tokyo. After work, he likes to hang out in an area known for anime and manga with his friends. But at 28, Suzuki has never had a romantic relationship, and he’s pessimistic that he ever will.
“Yes, I’m a virgin,” he told CBS News. “I would like to get married, but I can’t find a partner.”
A review of Japan’s National Fertility Survey reveals virginity is on the rise; one out of every 10 Japanese men in their 30s is still a virgin. That puts Japan’s virginity rate well ahead of that of other industrialized nations. …”
Japan is dying.
It is dying in spite of its ethnic homogeneity and relative lack of immigration. It is dying because the values of its system are so toxic that its people have given up on the family. They lack both the will and the ability to perpetuate their race and nation.
“Japan’s birth rate has hit its lowest level since records began in 1899.
The number of births last year fell to a post-war low of 918,397 – a decline of 27,668 since the previous record low in 2017. …
The ministry predicts the number of births will continue to decline.
Last year, the number of deaths jumped by 22,085 from the previous year to 1,362,48 – the most since the end of the Second World War. …”
Even without Jews, the Western system is toxic.
The birth rate in South Korea is 1.17. It is even lower than Japan’s birth rate. In contrast, the birth rate of the Philippines is 2.96, the birth rate of Laos is 2.70, the birth rate of Cambodia is 2.96. These poor countries in Asia have something that their developed neighbors lack.