A s many non-Japanese are well aware, today is "G Day," or "F Day," or whatever cute name you'd like to assign to it: The day that the government begins fingerprinting virtually all foreigners — or "gaijin," or more appropriately "gaikokujin" — entering Japan. And those of us who will be subjected to this insult, this human rights abuse — particularly those of us with permanent resident status — are not happy. And Japanese should be ashamed that they have allowed their government to establish a law that will effectively lead to the bullying of a minority class — those without Japanese nationality.