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Opposition camp criticizes reshuffle of Kishida cabinet reshuffle

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The Japanese Communist Party was also critical of the reshuffle, with the party's policy commission chair Tomoko Tamura saying, "Personnel changes will not alter the true nature of the Kishida government."

Must admit, I have a softspot for the commie leader, very easy on the eye compares to the old men of the LDP.

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The Japanese Communist Party was also critical of the reshuffle, with the party's policy commission chair Tomoko Tamura saying, "Personnel changes will not alter the true nature of the Kishida government."

Cogent and to the point. The JCP should make frequent reference to the illegitimate nature of LDP elections and influence. Delegitimize them.

Japanese elections are rigged affairs (gerrymandered, favoring rural voters, disproportionate representation).

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The Japanese Communist Party needs to change their name. Their policy positions would be very popular with the general electorate, if their name didn't contain the justifiably off-putting C-word.

It's way past time to drop that word, as their policies aren't even Communist, but more like the popular Social Democratic policies of many European nations.

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Opposition camp criticizes reshuffle of Kishida cabinet reshuffle

Instead of complaining, develop suitable candidates to take over the LDP and make changes in Japan.

There’s your real problem. People just making noise, no actions are being taken. Man up and make that change!

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According to another article run on JT, “At least 5 members of Kishida's new cabinet had links with Unification Church”, a total of 8 cabinet members have had connections with the Unification Church one way or the other. So, what's the meaning of this reshuffling of the Kishida administration?

Much ado about nothing?

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Hear this all the time. All you need is a "suitable" candidate.

Easy fix hey?? So how about it. What's this perfect weapon?

What kinda stuffs this perfect "suitable" candidate made of? Tell me Im wrong but a new suit, sweet speech and a shiny resume isnt gonna even take a looter out of pocket. Throwin pocketknives at F15s…

Instead of complaining, develop suitable candidates to take over the LDP and make changes in Japan.

There’s your real problem.

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The LDP is a puppet of the Unification church, they do have the same Anti Communist doctrine and the LDP needs the money for election campaign from U.C. They were like blood brothers!

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Sh1mon M4sadaToday  07:13 am JST

"The Japanese Communist Party was also critical of the reshuffle, with the party's policy commission chair Tomoko Tamura saying, "Personnel changes will not alter the true nature of the Kishida government.""

Must admit, I have a softspot for the commie leader, very easy on the eye compares to the old men of the LDP.

I thought you were referring to Kazuo Shii for a moment as he's the actual leader. I was quite taken aback at the idea of anyone describing him as "easy on the eye."

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https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-08-10/japan-s-new-male-minister-for-birthrate-tried-pregnancy-belly

can’t believe this is actually a thing.

really? Wearing a pregnancy belly is gonna give you perspective on the declining birthdate?

where did KISH Find this fool? His living room couch?

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Everybody do The Shuffle.

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