Sorry you were rejected, nerd. Hope your waifu pillow keeps you warm. >backward xenophobic shithole
Like your mess of country is any better for non-whites who born and raised there? It’s so cute how racism and discrimination only matter when it happens to YOU for the first time as an adult. And then you must scream and yell the loudest.
David is self-important weirdo with a colonizer mindset who can’t stand he just a mediocre, awkward douche who couldn’t even succeed in his marriage. In fact, that divorce really sent him over the edge. His rants about how Japan will chew up and spit you out(specifically if you’re a white male) are pure projection. The roasting he always received on r/japan was hilarious. Especially since he claimed only elites with connections can be happy and accepted. >>775668>he preaches about understanding and cooperation but as he claimed in the video he is "japanese" but cant understand or cooperate with its culutre.
Isn’t it amazing how thousands of other foreigners, including professional white males, manage to assimilate to Japan and find ways compromise or make suggestions without completely steamrolling over Japanese? Because we have to approach things in a different way and our cultural values are not always universal or relatable. Like every other immigrant in any country, like our home countries, learns to do.
Why is it that this man had so much bad luck and while other people, with even more years of experience in Japan, thrive in comparison? He even complained about being triggered
at airports outside of Japan because he was a white man with a clear American accent(even in Japanese), holding a Japanese passport with rare Japanese name. Yeah, that IS extremely unusual. Wouldn’t customs also do a double-take if a dude wearing a kurta and speaking with a Hindi accent hands them an American passport that says “John Paul Smith”? Usually the only time you see something like that is when the person was adopted, but because of the other possibility of identity fraud, authorities do have to look at those uncommon situations more closely.
There’s good reason other expats have mocked this guy for years and it’s not because they are jealous of him or they are miserable slaves to Japanese masters.