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Posted in: Japan's 1st-quarter GDP shrinks, hit by COVID restrictions, higher prices See in context

Released GDP numbers are undeniably fake.

We will never know the real GDP.

Kishida won’t commit to GDP recalculation over fake data

Japan accuses of China being fake. Ironically, Japan is now even more fake.

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Posted in: BOJ chief rejects scaling back monetary easing as Japan 'different' from U.S., Europe See in context

Zimbabwe's real economy collapsed in one fell swoop. Its monetary and fiscal crisis was symptom, not the cause of its problems. If you seriously expect Japan to quickly collapse based on economic fundamentals, then you need a serious reality check.

My example with North Korea is more about resources. If a war in Taiwan occurs soon, the US will force Japan to defend Taiwan. China will retaliate with vengeance economically first.

The economic punishment against Japan's access to resources is good enough to cripple Japan. Weak Yen also adds more salts to the wounds.

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Posted in: Japan says Sakhalin energy projects do not contradict Russia sanctions See in context

Japan will eventually back down and retreat from any ongoing economic project with China-Russia. If not, there will be mysterious disappearances, corruption scandals, and suicides among Japanese elites under the hands of the CIA.

Kakuei Tanaka is still remaining a lesson for Japanese elites today on how relentless and vengeful the US can become.

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Posted in: Japanese firms' net profit in Jan-March falls 41.3% on cost hikes See in context

The amount of data manipulation from LDP and Japan Inc is incredible. A few days ago, they announced that Toyota and big Japanese firms make record profits, then now they slap this news around here.

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Posted in: BOJ chief rejects scaling back monetary easing as Japan 'different' from U.S., Europe See in context

Japan won't go bankrupt but it will become like Zimbabwe and Weimar Germany.

JeffLee forget the last important point because Japan is poor in resources and labor. It will not face same problems as Greece but it is likely becoming North Korea in the long term.

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Posted in: Japan's industry minister negative toward banning Russian oil imports See in context

The Yen will reach 360 to 1 USD by the end of this year.

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Posted in: Japan launches food export initiative with Thailand See in context

Looking at the prices of the products they want to export and the prices in Thailand it is difficult to see how this could be successful. Even if the quality is good if the products are to be considered expensive luxuries it will not matter how much the Japanese government pushes the exports, there will be only very limited market for them.

And it's highly unprofitable as well. Even the American agricultural industry, which is enormous in export volume, still struggles with profitability.

I suspect more of the corrupt LDP elites using the ODA, foreign trade deals, and foreign development schemes to offshore their assets and Japanese taxpayers' money elsewhere.

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Posted in: Japan launches food export initiative with Thailand See in context

Japan has almost non-existent food self-sufficiency, yet they are thinking to export foods as Japanese people are being devastated by the weak Yen to buy foods and necessities.

Does the LDP want to turn Japan into golden days of being a poor country with no resources and a worthless currency?

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Posted in: Kishida signs 3 agreements with Thailand's leader See in context

Money laundering for Japanese elites who will escape Japan into Southeast Asia within a few years. The weak Yen situation is impossible to stop, so Japan is getting poorer as prophesized.

Evacuating their wealth to the ASEAN is the only solution as they don't have the connections and wealth to survive in the West or China anymore.

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Posted in: IMF says yen's rapid slide may hamper Japan's post-pandemic recovery See in context

It's time that Japan should ask for an IMF bailout as South Korea once did.

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Posted in: Record-low yen risks turning Japan into a 'poor country' See in context

By the way didn't know you are a Japanese

Typo error. I am not Japanese, of course.

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Posted in: Record-low yen risks turning Japan into a 'poor country' See in context

Japan is already a poor country. My fellow Japanese commenters on this below site agree with the fact.

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Posted in: MHI Thermal Systems launches new air conditioner ads featuring actress Keiko Kitagawa See in context

Nepotism with Japanese characteristics.

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Posted in: Kishida eyes trip to Southeast Asia, Europe during Golden Week See in context

Begging ASEAN to notice a fading Japan.

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Posted in: Chinese man gets Japan's 1st skilled worker visa with no time limit See in context

Vietnamese immigration will explode in Japan very soon.

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Posted in: Pregnant workers in Japan's controversial intern program face abuse See in context

South Korea has pretty much abolished the programs long ago, and they allowed foreigners to become full-time workers. Unlike Koreans, Japanese people are prideful and mostly xenophobic. The very fear of seeing foreigners being better than them is prevalent in Japan's consciousness. Just look at Zainichi Koreans, Japan institutionally discriminates against them in every way, yet Japanese Koreans still emerge successful in Japan like Masayoshi Son or Han Chang-woo. For Koreans who later obtain their citizenship, they have to hide their names and still suffer discrimination if their background is ever uncovered.

In fact, the huge dislike ratios against anything that is considered "pro-Korea" in this site should tell you how much Japan is being xenophobic. I bet my comment will be downvoted to oblivion on netto-uyoku for being "pro-Korea". That's just a case for Koreans literally living in Japan for generations, not even talking about new foreign entries!

The evil of trainee programs will remain due to Japan's refusal to allow full-time foreign workers in a massive number.

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Posted in: Japan to release 15 mil barrels of oil reserves See in context

Biden has failed, so Japan won't make a difference. Of course, Japan will retreat from the Sakhalin project under the pressure from the US.

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Posted in: IMF cuts Japan's 2022 growth outlook; warns of risks from Russia's war in Ukraine See in context

I am surprised that no one here mentions "weak Yen" which will be permanent from now on.

The IMF, World Bank, and credit rating agencies will label Japan into a developing country soon if the weak Yen maintains its permanent position.

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Posted in: GM, Honda plan to co-develop affordable electric vehicles See in context

@Samit Basu

If Honda or Toyota is screwed in the long term, then the whole Japanese auto industry is damned.

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Posted in: Famed directors denounce sexual abuse in Japanese film industry See in context

His Shoplifters movie should have won an Academy Award but Japan's LDP and Shinzo Abe were extremely angry at his truthful depiction of the Japanese current socioeconomic status.

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Posted in: China's COVID-19 policy, yuan's rise vs yen may beset Japan's economy See in context

For at least 10 years I have been telling this to Japanese friends who want to "preserve Japan" as it is. Eventually, Japan will become a dirt cheap destination for foreigners, most big companies will be owned by Chinese and other foreigners, and many businesses and nightclubs will be angling for foreign business. Anyone who wants to make money will need to speak English and Chinese - as Japanese will become the local language for poor people.

Definitely, this is the classic type of Japanese mentality that has been for thousands of years. Instead of owning up to their mistakes, Japanese natives punish, harass, and discriminate against foreigners, Koreans, and Chinese for their economic failures. Now, the next target is the rising Vietnamese presence in Japan.

Many Japanese enterprises and assets have been carved up by Chinese, Westerners, Koreans, Vietnamese, and Taiwanese for years now. Japanese people prefer living in a fantasy land rather than overthrowing the corrupt LDP regime that sells the country for cheap!

Yahoo Japan articles and comments in recent years have been reflecting my sentiment in much more pessimistic views.

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Posted in: Toshiba shareholders reject restructuring plan See in context

White poodles are seething that their masters aren't doing so well. Like uncle Tony Marano.

This has been what I exactly predicted for years. Toshiba is merely one of many parts in Japan being dismembered by greedy capitalists from the West and outside of Japan.

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Posted in: Middle-class life today is a struggle with poverty See in context

Yahoo Japan has the most depressing comment section ever. If you want to hear individual stories on how middle-class life has collapsed in Japan, go to Yahoo Japan.

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Posted in: Toyota announces more suspensions at 8 assembly lines due to quake See in context

When Japan was at its prime around 1990s-2000s, 8.0-9.0 Richter earthquakes won't shut down the country's electrical grid. There is a video clearly in Tokyo in the 2000s that people live normally during an extremely harsh earthquake as the lights and electrical functions are on.

However, Japan is being crushed by shortages due to ongoing Ukraine conflicts and weakening Yen. Japan can't afford the luxury of a rich nation anymore as inflation crushes all people of Japan alike. The LDP covers up their incompetence by using the earthquake. Energy is getting too expensive to buy!!

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Posted in: Japan's prices are rising, but will it last? See in context

Abenomics has permanently depreciated the Yen and weakened Japan's purchasing power.

The rising price is a permanent trend as well as the declining wages.

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Posted in: Why is Japan stuck in a wage rise rut? See in context

So unless Japanese voters rise up and kick out LDP, Japanese workers will still be making 4.25 million yens per year in the year 2100.

The last time was in 2010. The US personally intervened and threatened military intervention if the DPJ and Yukio Hatoyama weakening the LDP through evicting the US military out of Japan. Hillary Clinton was personally involved in Japan at the time.

I am quite worried with Yoon Suk-yeol who was probably elected with CIA's help. If the US got its way with South Korea, then it is expected that South Korea will fall exactly like what Japan is now.

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Posted in: Japan asks UAE to help stabilize crude oil markets See in context

It's more asking please give Japan discount with cheaper energy price.

It's already happening with Vietnam.

I bet the rapid increase of Vietnamese permanent residents as well as Kishida's announcement to make core workers gaining permanent residency then citizenship. That's the part of the bargain that Japan must potentially uphold.

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Posted in: 34 face charges over ex-minister's vote-buying in Hiroshima See in context

The most surprising fact from all of these is that the bribe is bloody CHEAP!!

In PR China, rigging the election is useless but it's still a necessary formal process. Paying voters in China's poorest province can go up above 1 million USD!!!

The recent article in Yahoo Japan about "Cheap Japan is becoming a poor country" echoes the cheapness of a sentiment about Japan.

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Posted in: Why is Japan stuck in a wage rise rut? See in context

I dunno how much LDP trolls are paying and actively brigading this website. However, Japanese people are extremely understanding the dire situations of the economy. Visit Yahoo Japan, and it is your daily dose of pessimism on the economy. Some of them are very sobby stories.

I don't know why the LDP keeps insisting there is nothing wrong with Japan economically. Japan increasingly becomes the incompetent, poor, laggard version of PR China.

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