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Posted in: 82-year-old woman arrested for hitting crying 3-year-old girl at shopping center See in context

Well....Because little children aren't afraid of their mothers, it's often out of control.

In particular, it really gets embarrassing if that happens in a public place.

I sometimes secretly ask an adult next to me to scold my child when my child cries out to buy everything he wants at the shopping mall.

Curiously, the child who was crying pretending not to know no matter how hard I sootheed, becomes quiet immediately when an unknown adult scolds.

It's a different case, but if I can't control my child's crying, I don't think I'll go to the police and report that the old man next to him was noisy and hit him in the head once.

I wonder how hard the old man hit the child.

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Posted in: Japan, S Korea at odds over wartime history, radioactive water See in context

Japan says its neighbors are politically opposed to the polluted water in the ocean, but all countries around the world are reporting on it, but they haven't criticized Korea or China or delivered anything that represents Japan's position.

In other words, since the US and the IAEA agreed, there is no word, but the concern about the discharge of treated water to the ocean is the same.

Think of Japan's accusations against Russia during the Chernobyl accident.

Moreover, it is natural to oppose the fact that as a country next to it, it is refused to participate in the process of discharging treated water to the ocean, and is asked to trust only by providing documents.

Even in the US, opposing articles are being posted.

https://www.counterpunch.org/2021/04/23/if-fukushimas-water-is-safe-then-drink-it/

https://www.adn.com/opinions/2021/02/05/president-biden-must-protect-and-restore-alaskas-troubled-oceans/

It is also criticized in Scotland.

https://www.scotsman.com/news/opinion/columnists/fukushima-nuclear-disaster-japans-plan-to-dump-radioactive-waste-water-in-pacific-ocean-is-cowardly-and-wrong-dr-richard-dixon-3210547

In addition to this, you can find numerous criticism articles.

This is a matter of everything that has life.

So don't make a claim of political opposition.

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Posted in: Japan, S Korea at odds over wartime history, radioactive water See in context

The Japanese government has consistently rejected the verification of Alps treated water and participation in neighboring countries by experts from third countries.

They are cooperating only with the US and EAIA. They also analyzed only 29% of purified water and said that the ocean release was reasonable, and that they would monitor it in the future.

The detailed plans and future progress have not been announced at all.

Of course, it hasn't even announced whether neighboring countries will participate.

And the US still bans the import of seafood from Fukushima.

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Posted in: China, Japan trade acrimonious barbs over Fukushima tweet See in context

Do you understand that the Fukushima water will be tested before release??

Do you understand IAEA, USA, China, EU, Korea everyone will be there to test the water and make sure it's good and acceptable.

The Japanese government has consistently rejected the verification of Alps treated water and participation in neighboring countries by experts from third countries.

They are cooperating only with the US and E.A.I.A. They also analyzed only 29% of purified water and said that the ocean release was reasonable, and that they would monitor it in the future.

The detailed plans and future progress have not been announced at all.

Of course, it hasn't even announced whether neighboring countries will participate.

And the US still bans the import of seafood from Fukushima.

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Posted in: China, Japan trade acrimonious barbs over Fukushima tweet See in context

We know that every nuclear power plant in the world discharges treated water, but Japanese government keeps highlighting only tritium.

It should be noted that the reason this is controversial is not the tritium problem.

The contaminated water generated by an ordinary nuclear power plant and the contaminated water generated by an accident nuclear power plant are incomparably different in composition.

And it was unprecedented to discharge contaminated water from an accident nuclear power plant.

This will set a precedent for all countries in the future, so we need to be more careful.

Initially, the Japanese government said that it would use ALPS to purify 62 radioactive materials, excluding tritium.

However, eight years later, Greenpeace announced that 80% of the water treated at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant still exceeded the radiation standard, and it turned out to be true.

After that, even in September 2020, it was found that less than 27% of radioactive contaminated water met the Japanese government's emission standards, and that more than 70% of the rest contained radioactive materials that exceeded the standards.

And this time, the Japanese government announced that it would release the treated water to the ocean by reducing the tritium concentration in treated water to 1/40 of the Japanese standard and 1/7 of the WHO standard, contrary to the previous saying that it was not thinking of discharging to the sea. 

This is by no means all done within a few years.

It has announced that it will treat all contaminated water from 2023 to 30-40 years.

In the past, there have been cases where radioactive species have not been properly filtered. Considering the remaining 70% of contaminated water and the amount of contaminated water generated daily, opposition due to concerns about the treatment process and the management of contaminated water and treated water is natural.

We know that international organizations do not guarantee transparency. The corona crisis convinced it.

China knows better and may be even more opposed to it.

We also know that it is also a contradiction to support Japan's transparency in the US, which has banned the import of seafood from Fukushima for more than 10 years.

I don't know how the IAEA will monitor the 30 years, but if the IAEA participates, there is no reason why neighboring countries cannot participate.

This is a problem that will end once the Japanese government approves the participation of neighboring countries.

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Posted in: S Korean students shave heads in protest over Japan's Fukushima water release plan See in context

I heard that the water from the normal circuit and the water from the explosion are different. So isn't it a problem?

Nuclear power plants in all countries release water, but it is rare for all countries to release 125 tons of water exploded in accidents over the next few years.

Therefore, it is not to say not to discharge, but to demand transparency about the results of contaminated water purification, management, and discharge, and the Japanese government only needs to show it.

Besides the paper with the numbers on it, they can actually check it in front of them.

Why is it difficult?

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Posted in: Seoul court rejects wartime sex slaves' suit against Japan See in context

Knowing it's a separate case, I also wonder how the court will handle conflicting views.

All in all, President lameduck Moon has no time & ability to seek an(other) agreement. A candle purge will await him.

This is a success case in which the 'People's Power Party' attacked the Democratic Party well in the young people who did not know the modern history well and the elderly generation who did not have knowledge.

In fact, the Moon administration will not intervene with the judiciary over this matter from start to finish.

However, apart from this, I heard that the Moon administration said it was difficult for the Moon government to carry out the ruling, and that even if the Japanese government disregarded the ruling, it seemed that it could not be helped by law.

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Posted in: Seoul court rejects wartime sex slaves' suit against Japan See in context

The Seoul court ruled that the Japanese government should be exempt from civil jurisdiction under the principles of international law, according to South Korea's Yonhap news agency.

What you need to know here is that the process of the forced conscription trial and the comfort women trial are slightly different.

The forced conscription trial was a very old trial in which seven conscription workers had gathered and filed lawsuits for a long time.

In the previous government, the ruling had to be made, but the Park Geun-hye administration, conscious of the sentiment of the S.Korea people's and the Japanese government, could have reached an agreement with the judiciary, but chose to postpone the judgment.

After that, the fact is that the judgment came out at the time of the Moon government.

You will be better aware of what has happened since this ruling.

Anyway, the People's Power Party condemned the judgment of the judiciary, and the S.Korean people criticized the 'People's Power Party' harshly.

The results can be seen by looking at the results of the general election after some time.

It was the overwhelming victory of the Democrats.

Shortly after this, The 'People's Power Party', who suddenly appeared as a spokesman for the comfort women side after a major defeat in the election, volunteered for a press conference.

At a press conference, the 'People's Power Party' announced that the 'Democratic Party' had committed corruption in the process of executing compensation for comfort women.

It was noisy over whether the truth was true or not as reports were reported by the people's Power Party and the comfort women's grandmother's accusations the Democratic Party.

Suddenly, the comfort women's grandmother's side also started a trial saying they would file a lawsuit in the court.

And although it is impossible to intervene by the separation of the three powers, it is true that the Democratic Party was surprised and embarrassed by the results of this trial.

Therefore, these trials were only trials that took place during the administration of the Moon government, and have nothing to do with the will of the Moon government.

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Posted in: Japan's neighbors react strongly to Fukushima water release decision See in context

The reason this becomes a problem, is not a problem of ok or no.

The Japanese government does not show that the management of contaminated water and purified treated water is accurately separated.

Currently, it is known that 30% has been purified by reprocessing.

So, 70% is left, and how many years will it take to purify, dilute and release? (For example, At the end of eight years Greenpeace announced that 80% of purified water treated with Alps was not properly treated.)

2.The Japanese government has consistently refused to ask a third country maritime expert to measure the pollution level of Alps-treated water in order to relieve the anxiety and opposition of neighboring countries, and to allow someone from neighboring countries to participate in it to check the pollution level.

Unlike in the past, we know very well how much corruption, corruption, and conspiracy come and go in government, regardless of country. 

In addition, I learned many international events created by the cases in which politicians in each country meet their needs for understanding regardless of the will and damage of the people of each country.

So, in these days, if you want to convince people, proof! In other words, isn't it natural that you have to confirm it and give it faith?

They say that they are treated fairly and thoroughly so that there is no concern from neighboring countries, and they ask you to believe based only on the letters and numbers written on the paper handed out by the Japanese government. How would you believe?

And I don't know the reason for what the US said, but... If you're so trusting and thankful, you can help Japan by discharging treated water together off the coast of Hawaii.

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Posted in: Nippon Steel to appeal S Korea ruling allowing seizure of assets See in context

From the beginning this trial was not even a matter of Japanese government involvement in the country.

This is a personal claim lawsuit against Japanese companies in SK where SK's individual citizens continue to do business in SK.

I don't know what Abe's ignorant intentions are, but I know he has exceptionally raised the SK trial as a national issue.

He also knows that he connects the word "national reward" in the "Korea-Japan Treaty" for good reason.

Those who do not know the law can believe Abe.

However, it should be noted that this is irrelevant.

Abe's actions could not be further understood because there was clearly content in the final judgment of the trial.

The content said : "First, it is not a national lawsuit, but a lawsuit on'personal claims'. There is anywhere in the Korea-Japan treaty document, only the fund for the state and the people. 

Therefore, we acknowledge that individuals have the right to claim even if their rights between countries have expired."

And 'personal rights claim' was already recognized long ago in Japanese law.

Even if Abe is true, why is there a reason to keep writing this kind of conflict article without doing a legitimate way to resolve this?

Solve legal problems neatly by law.

File a lawsuit against the Korean court in the international court.

Why Abe is the asking the SK government to change the ruling of a SK court?

Wouldn't Abe think of Korea as the same country as the Japanese system he knew?

Currently, Korea is a country that achieved democracy at the end of a seven-year struggle with the government, at the cost of numerous sacrifices to end the military dictatorship.

At that time, the protagonists of sacrifice entered the politics, and only 3 years ago, it was a nation of people who replaced the president with the power of the people.

The Japanese government needs to know that unlike Japan, SK does not do everything at will, even if it is at the top of the SK government.

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Posted in: Nippon Steel to appeal S Korea ruling allowing seizure of assets See in context

@ReasonandWisdomNippon

Only Korea is hanging on to this Agenda While the Rest of the World The Rest of Asia is Moving On. The Korean is left by himself on the Anti-Japan Hill.

To make a claim, understand the exact facts and make a claim that fits it. Regarding this fact, Abe's unconditional deterrence claims only make Japan's identity look worse.

In 2000, the Tokyo High Court ruled that Kashimagumi Construction, which was the subject of the assassination, ended up paying 500 million yen to the Chinese Red Cross Society, the victim's agent. Masato Niimura, a former judge of the Tokyo High Court, also claimed in the February issue of the Japanese monthly magazine Sekai that the original Japanese government had maintained that the individual claims were not extinguished.

The Supreme Court of Japan also made the same judgment in April 2007, when a victim of forced Chinese execution targeted a Japanese company.  According to the ruling of the Supreme Court of Japan, in April 2007, the court rejected plaintiff's claim in the case of Chinese forced labor, but the right of claim for compensation was not extinguished. In 1991, the Japanese government consistently stated that individual claims did not disappear, including the response of Yanai's deputy foreign policy chief. Although the trial itself was lost, Nishimatsu Construction paid the settlement gold to the victim because the claim was granted. 

Mitsubishi Materials made a reconciliation with Chinese victims to pay 100,000 Yuan per person (about 16.54 million won) to 3,765 victims in two years in relation to the compulsory damages lawsuit filed in Chinese court in 2014. The Hanaoka incident was a case in which hundreds of people were murdered after the Chinese who had been forced into the Hanaro Mine in Akita Prefecture in the late Pacific War caused a riot in protest against abuse and discrimination.

But now, the government is blocking the payment of money by Shin Il-cheol, Mitsubishi.

The reason is different from China. The victim's human rights remedy should be the same.

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Posted in: Tokyo's daily coronavirus infections hit new record of 243 See in context

This article does not report on the press conference and details of Governor Koike's report on the surge in the number of infected people.

At a press conference at the time In response to a reporter's question about what to think of the surge of confirmers, Koike said "Increasing the number of tests will increase the number of confirmed patients. I think it will continue. We will continue to increase the number of tests in Tokyo to more than 6,000, and work with private organizations to enable up to 10,000 tests."

If you look at the data related to Covid Tesser in Tokyo that shows this, in May, about 900 tests per day resulted in a 1% positive response rate, and on June 12, the first 2,000 tests were conducted.

Confirmation increased to 2% in June and increased to 3.1% after the test was increased on the 12th.

It became 4% on the 1st of July and continued to increase, and 6.6% after the 8th.

By July 7, the maximum number of tests is 2,700.

On July 8, 3,400 tests were conducted. This is the first day that this number was tested the most.

In the end, it could be said that there was a test adjustment action in recognition of the Tokyo Governor election problem at the end of June.

This can be seen in the number of confirmers who do not know the current path of infection.

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Posted in: Nightlife cluster gives S Korea largest virus case rise in a month See in context

When South Korea deregulated, the government made it clear.

'No one seems to be on the road that has not passed. Whether our path succeeds or fails, it will have a big impact on the answer to a country that will soon take the same path as us. We shouldn't think it's over. '

Korea is now facing a new wave of infection.

But we were also thinking about it and preparing for it.

Korea is now acting on a new approach.

It is said that Korea is doing well, but there are many differences between speaking and acting.

We seem to be losing all our strength in this nightmare that has started again.

Perhaps the world won't be able to beat the virus until a vaccine is available.

I hope other countries will think more to help their country than to look at this situation and comment.

That is the more favorable way for your country.

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Posted in: S Korea deploys mobile data, police to tackle nightlife cluster See in context

When South Korea deregulated, the government made it clear.

'No one seems to be on the road that has not passed. Whether our path succeeds or fails, it will have a big impact on the answer to a country that will soon take the same path as us. We shouldn't think it's over. '

Korea is now facing a new wave of infection.

But we were also thinking about it and preparing for it.

Korea is now acting on a new approach.

It is said that Korea is doing well, but there are many differences between speaking and acting.

We seem to be losing all our strength in this nightmare that has started again.

Perhaps the world won't be able to beat the virus until a vaccine is available.

I hope other countries will think more to help their country than to look at this situation and comment.

That is the more favorable way for your country.

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Posted in: Telework, stockpiling spread in Tokyo after Koike's press conference See in context

"The only thing that can change the absurdity of politics is the organized power of the awakened people."

Someone said this to me.

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Posted in: Abe, Johnson to work closely over coronavirus response See in context

Abe and Boris' minds seem to fit together.

Have you seen the announcement of welfare by Abe's countermeasures?

Nowadays, other diseases are overwhelming, so unnecessary medical examinations cannot add to the medical confusion.

Therefore, when the symptoms and cases are clear, He said he would.

How wonderful is it?

Mortality is high for older people, so it is a good way to reduce numbers without evidence.

The countermeasures announced by Boris are said to quarantine and protect the elderly in England and fight the virus.

Because the virus is fatal to the elderly only.

However, the infection rate varies according to social activity regardless of age. So what if the virus does not go away from social activities? Should I just be trapped and die?

 And ,where are you going to contain it? Is there a guarantee that you won't be contagious if you have a family?

People are not living forever.

This is a good way to legally remove the elderly from society.

Both countries are moving in a good direction that is not affected by the virus.

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Posted in: Canadian PM Trudeau to be in isolation after wife tests positive for coronavirus See in context

It is not fatal if you have a underlying condition or if you are not over 60 years old.

People with underlying diseases in old age are at risk from infection.

It is a disease with age differences by statistic too much to apply the average mortality.

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Posted in: Flu and coronavirus: Similar symptoms, different fears See in context

Early symptoms are the same as a cold.

It can also be accompanied by diarrhea.

It is almost cured so far.

However, when you enter severe (it becomes difficult to breathe), the treatment and everything changes.

Negative pressure treatment room is needed and mortality rate rises rapidly.

People who have old age or underlying disease almost die.

The problem is that the transition from early to severe is sudden.

Therefore, you can not afford to see the progress of the disease.

Because I don't know when ..

The main problem is that the virus can live in a person's body for 14 to 24 days.

Of course, at this time, the transmission is fast.

Infection occurs between approximately 2 and 14 seconds.

One person became infected and met with another person on the same day.

However, there are many cases where a person who is infected later causes symptoms first.

Is it possible to suppress these viruses when the symptoms get worse?

Can't you see China getting this virus easily and failing in Wuhan?

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Posted in: China to halt short-term visa waivers for Japanese nationals See in context

I wonder how good results will be achieved by forcing only external blocking and suppressing domestic checkups.

Is there any other country that is relieved while cutting off the border without worrying about the country?

It is really questionable whether it will be an example of the world or a foolish Japanese who gives a smile around the world.

A month later? Maybe the result is closer.

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Posted in: Travel curbs on S Koreans prompt K-pop cancellations, especially in Japan See in context

At this point, who would like to perform in a place full of people when K-pop is recording without people even when shooting a broadcast program?

BTS also canceled all schedules for Asian performances a month ago.

And while Koreans were boycotting, they did not enter Japan much.

Abe alone is mistaken.

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Posted in: Confirmed coronavirus patient in Aichi told to go home, goes bar hopping instead See in context

Japan is not actively taking measures against viruses in the country itself?

If you are already infected with new infections, you should actively test, but do you limit the test?

Most people in Korea are asymptomatic or have cold symptoms.

Can you guarantee that all Japanese citizens are safe?

Nobody knows how widespread it is in Japan, which still limits censorship, given the speed of the virus.

Although the actual number of deaths in Japan has not increased, are there any other deaths? In China, more people died of disease than just virus deaths. This is scarier.

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Posted in: S Korea protests over Japan's virus travel restrictions See in context

Japan is not actively taking measures against viruses in the country itself?

If you are already infected with new infections, you should actively test, but do you limit the test?

Most people in Korea are asymptomatic or have cold symptoms.

Can you guarantee that all Japanese citizens are safe?

Nobody knows how widespread it is in Japan, which still limits censorship, given the speed of the virus.

Although the actual number of deaths in Japan has not increased, are there any other deaths? In China, more people died of disease than just virus deaths. This is scarier.

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Posted in: South Korea, Japan trade travel restrictions in virus row See in context

Although the actual number of deaths in Japan has not increased, are there any other deaths? In China, more people died of disease than just virus deaths. This is scarier.

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Posted in: South Korea, Japan trade travel restrictions in virus row See in context

If the country is poor enough to cope with the disease, it is best to ban entry.

Taking action while trying domestically is also part of the effort.

But isn't Japan a developed country?

Japan is not actively taking measures against viruses in the country itself?

If you are already infected with new infections, you should actively test, but do you limit the test?

Most people in Korea are asymptomatic or have cold symptoms.

Can you guarantee that all Japanese citizens are safe?

Is there really a great risk that foreigners who are not censored in Japan will go abroad?

Or is there a great risk that people who are not censored in Korea will go abroad?

Nobody knows how widespread it is in Japan, which still limits censorship, given the speed of the virus.

Korea means that Japan should enforce foreign policy while strengthening domestic censorship.

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Posted in: China, South Korea look to improve ties with Beijing summit See in context

Japan talks with China, and Korea talks with China.

If this is for the benefit and peace of the country, it cannot be blamed.

The two countries did not meet to gain a lot of visible profit.

Two countries met to discuss peace.

Much better than fighting each other.

 Trump, as an experienced businessman, knows our military capabilities are worth more to our allies than they've been paying. He's got the NATO member countries paying more.

Man, Xi really can't deny Winnie the Pooh. I mean, look at that photo.

You know China banned last year's Winnie the Pooh movie. We know why. lol

It's a pity if the politics of my country makes my people hard.

 What if my country's politics makes other countries and other people harder?

What's better?

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Posted in: Rouhani welcomes Japan opt-out of U.S.-led naval mission in Gulf See in context

The US should not blame Japan for not participating.

It does not disturb or damage the United States.

Avoid war

It's about protecting yourself from damage.

The political direction that the United States and Trump

I was told that the United States first.

World Police Role Gives Away and Sees God Isolated

Someone told me.

It is natural and good for your country. nevertheless..

The US focuses solely on purpose and implements diplomatic methods that do not fit common sense and rationality.

Without thinking, they want to profit from their allies.

To do this, not only give up the role of hegemony that has been enjoyed for a while, but also lay down its status.

Refrain from war with a country that does not invade the United States,

Do not encourage participation, do your own research that will reasonably develop America.

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Posted in: Should food from Fukushima Prefecture be served at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics? See in context

A better way is to replace all the ingredients used in the Japanese Parliament's restaurant and prime minister's residence with Mt. Fukushima. (Of course, it must be public)

First, continue to eat the food until the Olympics.

It will be easy to persuade after that.

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Posted in: Esper says crucial S Korea pay more for U.S. troops See in context

The US demanded $ 8 billion to quadruple the cost of US troops in Japan, according to Yahoo News. 

What does an alliance mean to the United States?

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Posted in: Japan wants 'sensible response' from S Korea over intelligence pact See in context

In any case, the problem is that Regardless of the outcome of the Supreme Court of South Korea, there was a problem that the export regulation was announced due to the strategic material spill.

It also reported a lot of foreign media.

If it was announced for the trial result, it would violate the WTO by applying the historical issue to trade.

Nevertheless, the announcement on the basis of strategic material leakage shows how ridiculous the Abe government diplomacy strategy is.

Also, did you say that North Korea is the target of strategic material leakage?

GSOMIA is what South Korea and Japan share about North Korean information.

How contradictory claims are?

The US also had to intervene on the issue shortly after Japan first announced export restrictions to South Korea as a matter of security.

It is not even possible to pressure South Korea.

Does it make sense to tell a country that has been neglected for security reasons to continue the security agreement?

Also, South Korea's claims remain unchanged. If they withdraw their opinions on export regulations, they will keep the agreement.

Because opinions on export regulations were a threat to security.

Therefore, the Abe government should resolve it wisely.

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Posted in: U.S. upset by ASEAN's 'effort to embarrass' Trump via partial boycott See in context

Personally, Trump doesn't seem to be president.

He thinks of each country as a business and sells it.

There is absolutely no justice or humanity.

If he continues to do politics, no country will remain.

Trump reminds me of the principle of Peter.

Trump is a good example of the Peter principle.

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