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VP Pence Visit To Japan A Total Failure, Aso Pissed Off At Attempt At Reducing US Trade Deficits

NPRIn Japan, Vice President Pence Pushes For Bilateral Trade Deal: it seems our VP has run into a brick wall that is easy to see, I have drawn many cartoons about this matter.  The US has run this trade deficit with Japan all my long life.  And it adds up!  And more: we defend Japan at great personal cost, too.  And worse: Japan is literally dying.  They are no longer reproducing much in the way of children, the people are perpetually poor and nothing changes, it is constant home depression and super rich for the super rich who fly above all this.  And it is bad for Americans.

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Democratic and Republican Senators Unite To Increase Foreign Workers/ Japan Working Citizens To Death

31 Democratic and Republican Senators Call for More Foreign Workers to Replace Blue-Collar Americans last month.  The plan is to work us all to death or eliminate us and have nonvoters, aliens and illegal aliens come in and take jobs at half the cost and then let these people vote, too.  This plot to eliminate or reduce citizens to starvation levels or locked out of the systems…is how the super elites want to control power over us all.  And in Japan, the LDP has announced that employers can’t work their staff for more than 100 hours of overtime a month…which makes for a 70-80 hour week!

 

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Bellowing Between North Korea And US Mostly Sound And Fury

Russian Today news is carrying a number of stories about the bellicosity between the US and North Korea since this is right on Russia’s eastern flank.  Since the US Congress, US media fake news propaganda machines and now Trump joining these to howl at the moon, the noise level is deafening…and China issues warnings for everyone to shut up.

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Import Nothing: Japan Won’t Buy Any US Anything

Japan loves to insult the US and our politicians are so stupid they invite this and don’t react when our ‘trade partner’ (sic) refuses to buy American anything.  Here is the latest scam:  Potato chip shortage due to typhoon damage in Hokkaido ‹ Japan Today: Japan News and Discussion:

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North Korea Shoots Four More Missiles Into Japanese Waters

A friendly reminder that we are never more than a few minutes from nuclear war:  North Korea fired four ballistic missiles early on Monday, three of which landed in Japan’s exclusive economic zone, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said, the latest in a series of provocative tests by the reclusive state.

 

North Korea had threatened to take “strong retaliatory measures” after South Korea and the United States began annual joint military drills on Wednesday that test their defensive readiness against possible aggression from the North.

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Astonishing News If True: Japan Will Use Giant Fund To Start 700,000 Jobs In USA

After Trump Rejects Pacific Trade Deal, Japan Fears Repeat of 1980s … so…Japan reportedly setting up package for Trump to create 700,000 US jobs today…which shows that deals can be made.  There are some things connected with this deal but the main thing is, after FOUR Presidents rolled over and played dead to Japan’s one-way trade, now Japan needs to invest back or else.  Also, Japan wants us to challenge China…

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Trump’s Shock And Awe Hits Japan, Hillary (FBI Investigation Continues)

OK: Trump must have been reading my little blog for the last ten years!  Japanese officials on Wednesday rejected the assertion by U.S. President Donald Trump that Tokyo is using its monetary policies to weaken the yen against the U.S. dollar to gain a trade advantage.  Good for him striking out at what is steadily destroying the US manufacturing infrastructure and economic systems and our trade deficit problem!

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