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Kishida hopes to confirm Japan's unity with G7 over Ukraine, inflation

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Kishida is massively adding to climate change every time he leaves Japan.

When was the last time he walked or cycled somewhere?

He has absolutely no authority to lecture anyone!

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Kishida seeks to confirm unity?

Sorry to burst his bubble but unity is a foreign concept to Japan.

Superiority and expansion is still the agenda.

history appears to be repeating itself.

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Kishida is massively adding to climate change every time he leaves Japan.

When was the last time he walked or cycled somewhere?

He has absolutely no authority to lecture anyone!

I guess you have not heard that Germany is still using Coal.

Coal Energy Rides to Germany’s Rescue

https://www.wsj.com/articles/coal-rides-to-germanys-rescue-11656024056

You have no absolutely idea what you are talking about.

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Kishida,- as with Japan-, is now the strongest leader in the G7. Biden crippled with rating in the low 30s, Macron, just got his butt kicked in local elections, Johnson, his government is on the brink of collapse, Scholz's rating at 30%, Draghi and Trudeau? Enough Said.

Japan, lead by Kishida, is now the strongest country in the world.

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Japan, lead by Kishida, is now the strongest country in the world.'

Yeah right, just because Kishida has high approval rankings ( which indicates the moribound state of J-politics ) somehow makes Japan the strongest country in the world? Thats pretty funny. Btw, new screen name again ? I liked kennyG and Cognac, they were my favorite, should have kept them, 411 is a bit bland. Still better than the wisdomspeaking ones i guess.

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Japan unity with G7?

With most of Japanese companies happy to continue to do business with Russia and of course Japan’s virtually closed border. I would have to say that Kishida’s Japan is far from being a world player

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Kishida is massively adding to climate change every time he leaves Japan.

When was the last time he walked or cycled somewhere?

Exactly! I had hoped he'd walk to Germany.

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The G7 evolved from the original Group of Five, in 1973. And Japan was one of the original members. How many posters here were even born in 1973?

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Until leaders walk their talk then all our lives won’t improve…

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