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Kishida to visit France, Brazil, Paraguay during Golden Week

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Another paid vacation at tax payers' expense. Zoom meeting anyone?

4 ( +10 / -6 )

what a beautiful life?

it will be interesting to see costs for these trips vs real results and plus for Japan as whole?

how about global warming and carbon print?

tishinka....

4 ( +8 / -4 )

Paid vacation and a way to get away from the unsolved problems at home! Kishida is a better diplomat than a leader or PM.

7 ( +10 / -3 )

My dog is this man ever in Japan.........you know, the country he supposedly leads.

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Ruthless PM of Japan intends to enjoy overseas travel with ignoring even people facing difficulties such as expanding poverty or Noto peninsula where reconstruction is still stagnation and even drinking water supply is insufficient despite 4 months passed since quake hit.

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Kishida running up his air miles... Looking important on the world stage .

Is there an election coming?

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Shame on Kishida,

He has hardly been to Noto since the quake hit.

Gotta go to Brazil though.

Remember when his son was living it large on the taxpayers' dime a year or two ago in Paris.

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This guy sure is a tool. The private jet for yet another pointless jaunt will have exactly how much of a carbon footprint?

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He's going to South America AND Europe in a week? This was after his romp in the USA……..

The money doesn’t come out of his own pocket, that’s for sure.

consumer prices are at an all time high and regular salaries remain stagnant.

Aslo, The Yen is at a 35 or 40 year LOW, or whatever the time period is.

He hasn’t accomplished one thing positive in all his time in office and all

these little trips.

and the Japanese public, as a whole does nothing to get rid of this fool.

ok…..

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