Joe Biden Blasts India and Japan As “Xenophobic’ for Not Embracing Mass Migration

Earlier this month, United States President Joe Biden declared that Japan and India are “xenophobic” for their restrictive immigration policies. 

He doubled down by lumping the two US strategic partners with the likes of China and Russia as countries that  “don’t want immigrants.”

The irony of Biden’s criticism towards Japan comes only weeks after he described the US-Japan alliance as “unbreakable” during a state visit from Prime Minister Fumio Kishida.

China and India are both members of the US-led Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (Quad) alliance — a military alliance that is designed to check China’s ambitions in the Asia-Pacific region. 

Biden made these remarks at a fundraising event on the evening of May 1, 2024, where he declared that the presidential election in November 2024 concerned “freedom, America, and democracy.” 

“Why? Because we welcome immigrants,” he continued. “Think about it. Why is China stalling so badly economically? Why is Japan having trouble. Why is Russia? Why is India? Because they’re xenophobic. They don’t want immigrants.”

National security spokesman John Kirby attempted to downplay Biden’s remarks about India and Japan. 

“Our allies and partners know well in tangible ways how President Biden values them, their friendship, their co-operation”  Kirby declared. “They understand how much he completely and utterly values the idea of alliances and partnerships.”

Authorities in India and Japan have pushed back against Biden’s label of their immigration policies as  “xenophobic” countries who do not embrace mass migration. 

India’s Minister of External Affairs Subrahmanyam Jaishankar stressed the country has historically embraced immigration and boasts solid economic fundamentals. 

“First of all, our economy is not faltering,” Jaishankar declared at a roundtable hosted by The Economic Times on May 3, 2024, following Biden’s derogatory remarks about Japan’s and India’s respective immigration policies. 

“I think we should be open to people who have the need to come to India, who have a claim to come to India,” Jaishankar continued. 

Japan, which is notorious for having very restrictive immigration policies, also took exception with Biden’s remarks. Its embassy in Washington, DC, described the comments as “unfortunate” and “not based on an accurate understanding of Japan’s policies”.

If the US is actually serious about containing China’s ambitions in the Asia-Pacific region, the last thing it should be doing is insulting the very allies and strategic partners it will need for this campaign. 

Biden’s comments reflect a globalist mindset. The majority of globalists want to swamp western countries and the rest of the world, for that matter,  with migrants. The goal here is to create multi-racial, rootless polities that the globalist classes exploit and profit from.

Any sensible nationalist, regardless of their race, religion or culture, should oppose such a diabolical scheme. 

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