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Saudi crown prince puts off Japan trip due to king's health

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Hope he will be well soon.

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Hope he will be well soon.

King Salman is suffering from severe dementia, he will not be getting well soon.

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Better a king with dementia than a psycho prince with a saw. Hope the king hangs in.

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Not friends of Japan. Don't come.

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This is an opportunity for Japan to score some diplomatic points; some Japanese delegates should visit the King as a show of concern.

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That is one vile dictatorial repressive state, which Japan should have nothing to do with whatsoever.

The J-Gov should send them a message saying 'we'll get in touch with you again when you start behaving like a civilised country, and cut-out all the public floggings, amputations and beheadings'.

Same message needs to come from all the free democratic countries of the world...... why such malignant medieval states are allowed to carry on like this in 2024 is a mystery to me.

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Japan shouldn't cater to such filth. Muhammad Bin Salman is a murderer, who shouldn't be welcomed in any free country.

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Saudi crown prince puts off Japan trip

So what?

Life is rough I guess?

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Good. A nasty piece of work we can do without thank you.

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Saudi Arabia was the #1 exporter of crude oil to Japan in 2023. https://www.statista.com/statistics/761568/japan-crude-oil-import-by-country/

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I had my sign all made up to protest the visit-a true letdown.

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Random surprising thing I learned about the prince is that he’s an avid gamer and thusly put some of the countries funds into buying shares or majority ownership in some Japanese gaming companies. Who knew he randomly owns SNK.

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