Ha, ha‼️ Great to see the media not singling out non-Japanese!
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With the Earth population still escalating out of control, people the world over should be commended for unselfishly deciding to forego procreation. Some say climate change brought about by global warming is the greatest danger we face today. Greater populations consume more resource energy, further contributing to global warming. Population, therefore, is a greater concern than global warming. I once had the opportunity to pose the question of population as it relates to global warming to Climate Reality founder & chairman, Al Gore. His simple answer was education of women. Mr. Nikai here is proof positive of Japan's systematic attempts at dumbing down society.
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I'm making the least over my 16 years here, yet prices are up yet again. Thanks, Japan!
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Unusual HEAVY snow for this early time of the season in Nagano!
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I was told there were no alternatives. There never will be if they're not given the chance to prove their worth.
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Blame it on the voting public!
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snap elections & Cabinet shuffling cost money. There'll be no economic reform 'til the government cures its wasteful spending malady!
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Another example showing just how outta touch the PM is~
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CHANGE HAPPENS IN JAPAN!! This is deserving of Nobel consideration~
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In a nutshell...Japanese, LOL
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Chalk this one up to another unfit individual taking the government's foolish & discriminatory bribe of a substantial monetary sum to bear & raise children.
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Posted in: Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has stated his government’s goal of boosting the ratio of women in senior positions in companies in Japan to 30% by 2020. Do you think it is a good idea to set numerical targ See in context
Tangible figures make for a good target in a society where young minds are never really conditioned to think.
You'd otherwise know that a 30% target in 5 years' time is aiming far too low!
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