Sunday, April 24, 2005
I was a bit surprised by this person's Japanese tattoos. There is nothing wrong with characters themselves, but the context.
It is obvious that he is Caucasian and the middle tattoo states that he is a believer of "racial/ethnical superiority", then why did he get a tattoo in an Asian language?
反対者 = foe, opponent, adversary, dissenter
民族主義者 = Nationalist (or person believes in racial/ethnical superiority)
フアシスト党員 = Fascism-party member