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Posted in: High-profile opposition figure Renho to run for Tokyo governor See in context

This woman is suspected of having not only dual citizenship but also triple citizenship, a suspicion that has yet to be cleared.

There are seriously no good candidates in Tokyo.

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Posted in: Osaka Prefecture eyes collecting fixed fee for inbound tourists from 2025 See in context

Yoshimura is a member of the Young Global Leaders of the World Economic Forum.

They are a race of people who only care about money.

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Posted in: Kishida pledges to provide Africa with support for food security See in context

The boss of Japan right now is Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Aso.

Kishida is a puppet with no authority.

He is like Biden in the US.

Aso's bosses are the capitalists in Switzerland, Belgium, Austria, etc. in Europe.

The US is in worse shape.

The US Federal Reserve is actually owned by European capitalists.

The more dollars they print, the more they owe the European capitalists.

During the Reagan presidency, Reagan's supporters encouraged him to bring back the currency issuing system to the U.S., but he eventually stopped because of the shootings.

The US has been in the hands of European vested interests since the capitalists who opposed the Fed were forced to sink the Titanic.

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Posted in: Unification Church in Japan offers to set aside up to ¥10 bil in compensation fund See in context

Zionists, oligarchs and other crazy capitalists - Jesuits - CIA - KCIA - Unification Church.

Because of this structure, money can be created as much as possible. They are the ones who usually exploit and suck up the money, so 10 billion yen is just a fraction of a penny.

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Posted in: Let's fight terrorism See in context

There are many communists in Japan. Before and during the war, they caught them in red hunts, and in the rush of the end of the war, they released them instead of executing them. This is probably due to the influence of GHQ, which had many communists in it.

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Posted in: Male-only rule should be prioritized in imperial succession: Suga See in context

The Liberal Democratic Party is center-left. There is even a secretary general, Nikai, who is in bed with China. It's like Mitch McConnell in the US. The era of political parties being right or left is over.

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Posted in: Councilwoman says her ouster shows gender bias in politics See in context

Because he lied and tried to undermine the mayor, the former town councilor deserves to lose his job.

The mayor, who has done nothing wrong, is in a lot of trouble.

Feminists are so stupid that they judge people based on their gender and skin color without checking the truth of the matter.

The Me To movement and BLM demonstrations are also only done by idiots.

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Posted in: Group protests to NHK over tweets considered prejudiced against Koreans See in context

It's true that the Koreans were running amok after the war.

Japan's largest yakuza organization, Yamaguchigumi, was also created during that period as a right-wing vigilante group.

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Posted in: NHK apologizes over tweets said to fan discrimination against Koreans See in context

The Koreans were on the rampage, that's a fact.

The Yamaguchigumi, Japan's largest yakuza gang, was formed as a right-wing vigilante group to oppose them.

The existence of Yamaguchigumi itself is proof of the Korean riot.

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Posted in: Japan conveys objection to Trump's plan to add S Korea to G-7 See in context

It's not that he's trying to pinpoint South Korea, but "there's no need to break the G7 framework. Just saying.

2.Not only Japan, the other six countries (including the US) agree.

This seems to look like "Japan is blocking South Korea's entry into the G7" to Koreans, and it is causing an uproar all over the world.

I'm tired of being involved in that stuff and I really think we should cut off diplomatic relations.

The G7 is a forum for discussing the status of advanced nations, and that's why it requires compliance with international law as a condition of membership.

Russia and South Korea both violate international law without a second thought, so it's only natural that they should not be allowed to join the G7.

At least not during the Moon Jae-in administration, it is impossible to join.

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Posted in: Japan conveys objection to Trump's plan to add S Korea to G-7 See in context

I don't think it's normal to include South Korea, which is trying to be pro-China and pro-North, when the name of the game is siege of China. You want a spy?

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Posted in: U.S. demanded Japan pay $8 bil annually for troops: Bolton See in context

If the request is true, then the Japanese side would have refused.

Mogi, I think it was Mogi, said that when Trump said he would pull out if he didn't increase the amount, Abe said, Mr. President, that's not true, and if we do that, the U.S. will have to pay for the entire cost of the troops. When I advised him to do that, Trump said, "Shinzo is the Genius who convinced me to do it," and he retracted the story. And.

Just having a naval base in Japan in the first place is a cost savings for the US military.

If they had to move every single one of them from the US mainland, it would cost them a lot of money for fuel, and the ships would take a lot of time to move. That alone is a benefit.

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Posted in: U.S. base construction work in Okinawa resumes after virus hiatus See in context

These guys are mostly left-wing activists from the outside.

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Posted in: S Korea's actions not helpful in resolving export spat, Japan says See in context

Korea is mistaken.

GSOMIA has a large impact on US forces in Korea, so Japan is opposed to it out of consideration for its ally, the US, and it has almost no effect on Japan itself.

It can't be a card that threatens Japan.

He says we can get a separate permit for the export case as well.

I'm just saying that we'll allow it if you can prove that you have a good case for something that has an unknown destination.

The ball is on the South Korean side.

South Korea should think calmly and deal with it for good.

Unless you want North Korea to annex you as a communist state.

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Posted in: ANA to require all passengers to wear face masks aboard aircraft from June See in context

It's up to the person to die of corona without wearing a mask, but if you infect someone else and they die, will you take responsibility?

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Posted in: Parts of Japan emerge from virus emergency; Tokyo needs fewer than 20 daily infections See in context

It's not a government issue.

A country is supported by its people.

Europe and the U.S. only suffered a lot of damage because they have a lot of idiot citizens.

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Posted in: Many pachinko parlors stay open despite state of emergency See in context

The image of pachinko parlors in Japan = Koreans in Japan running them.

There are also rumors that it has become a source of funds for the Korean Confederation, which sends money to North Korea.

That's why many right-wingers in Japan don't like pachinko parlors.

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