Any video that starts with “Some people have been trying censor this video by threatening me and calling the school I used to work at. I believe that censoring this video would be a violation of my free speech” is bound to be good.
Anyone who has heard the words Ainu, Burakumin or Okinawan knows that garden-variety racism exists, or at least has existed, in Japan. It’s fairly uncontroversial stuff. The guy who made this video probably thought so too, until he caught the attention of right-wing Japanese internet warriors.
Angry at the perceived insults to their beloved country, they proceeded to harass this guy in both cyber and meatspace. Classy. He responded by making another video:
He looks pretty stressed. Here at JZ, we found it quite humorous that the best insult the great minds of the defenders of Japan’s honor could come up with was accusing the video maker of being Korean. Why? Because Koreans “like forgery, exaggeration, and ‘Hate Japan.’” Sheesh.
In addition to their skills at Youtube and Starcraft.