Japan: Woman Politician Wins “Most Sexist Comment” Award for Saying Obviously True Things

The Western media is now in full war mode, demanding that the whole world get on board with their vagino-anal agenda, and start putting women and homosexuals in charge of everything.

Encouragingly, the nation with the highest average IQ on earth is the one that is putting up the greatest resistance to this agenda.

The Guardian:

Of all the candidates for Japan’s most sexist comment of the year, there seemed to be only one possible winner – Yoshiro Mori, the former head of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic organising committee, who was forced to resign last month after complaining that women “talked too much” during meetings.

But even Mori was unable to compete with Mio Sugita, a conservative politician with a history of insulting women and members of the LGBT community.

Sugita, an MP representing the ruling Liberal Democratic party (LDP), was named the winner this week after an online vote organised by Noaseps (No to all sexist public speeches), a group comprising academics and campaigners that highlights gender discrimination in Japan.

Sugita emerged as a contender in September last year when she told fellow LDP lawmakers at a private meeting that “women can lie as much as they like” about sexual violence.

The group said Sugita’s remarks had received 1,995 votes among 6,031 cast by members of the public over a weeklong period from late February, with each voter able to select up to two from among eight comments made over the previous 12 months.

It said Sugita’s remark had been “misogynistic as it questions women when they come forward with sexual violence claims as if they were false reports from the very beginning, without specifying justifiable grounds”.

Mori, a former prime minister, came second with 1,216 votes, according to Japanese media reports.

Third place went to Masateru Shiraishi, an assembly member in a Tokyo ward who complained that the area would be “wiped out” by depopulation if the rights of sexual minorities were protected by law.

While Mori resigned after his comments sparked uproar in Japan and overseas, Sugita – an ally of the former prime minister, Shinzo Abe – has survived calls for her to resign.

She finished second in the 2019 vote – after saying that members of the LGBT community were “unproductive” because they cannot have children.

Sugita wrote in a magazine article that same-sex couples “don’t produce children. In other words, they lack productivity and, therefore, do not contribute to the prosperity of the nation”, she said, while questioning the use of taxpayers’ money to support gay marriages.

It seems that the Japanese are aware that they live in a society.

But the disease is spreading there too.