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<Public mail> #metoo Human rights victim! Dear Sirs International people. Sunday May 20, 2018 Let 's send happiness to the people of North Korea from the international community.


Will the summit between the US and North Korea be the happiness of the North Korean people?

1. North Korea suggests abandonment of nuclear weapons and missiles, but how does verification work?
Because it is a secret country, we do not know where nuclear plants and missile factories are located.
I do not think we can understand it even by satellite photograph. If nuclear weapons and missiles are hidden, there is no way to verify.
I think that it is impossible to verify North Korea unless it is a free and democratic country like the Western countries.

2. North Korea is seeking guarantee of "Kim Jong-un regime"
The international community can not guarantee the system of dictatorship states.
It is to make it a free and democratic country of national sovereignty.
The state must respect human rights and be a governed country under the law.

3. If this can be achieved, I think that it is possible to verify "disposal of nuclear weapons and missiles".
If North Korea becomes a free and democratic country with public sovereignty, the "abduction issue" will be solved.
The liberation of abductee victims in the current system has no meaning. A new abduction victim only occurs.

4. On August 15, 1945, Japan surrendered unconditionally.
Dropping a nuclear bomb took a lot of lives.
But as war continued, I think more lives were deprived.
Many Japanese got happiness through unconditional surrender.
Japanese people got freedom and democracy from the Allies.
Treatment for North Korea should emulate Japan in the past.
Sometimes, know that nuclear weapons can help protect human rights. Let's act!

Japan has returned to the prewar thought. I ignore international law.
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Thank you freedom and democracy 【USA the White House  2018-05-20b 】 May 19, 2018   Thank you for your email.

As my Administration continues to strengthen our Nation's military, I am proud to proclaim today as Armed Forces Day.

There is no fighting force that rivals that of the United States Military. The precious liberties enjoyed by all citizens are possible because, every day without exception, our Armed Forces relentlessly and tirelessly carry out the critical mission of protecting our country.

As President, I am continuing to take steps to restore our Nation’s military might. Earlier this year, I signed legislation into law that provides nearly $700 billion in funding for national defense, the largest level in 15 years. This funding will go toward increasing our military’s capacity and readiness, as well as a 2.4 percent pay raise for our troops—the largest pay raise in eight years for our men and women in uniform.

My Administration is committed to supporting the extraordinary men and women who defend our Nation’s freedom with valor and distinction in all branches of the military.



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Thank you freedom and democracy 【USA Mail magazine from the White House  2018-05-20a 】 Your 1600 Daily:   The White House • May 18, 2018 The Day Ahead


President Donald J. Trump will address a summit on prison reform at the White House this morning. Watch his remarks live at 11:30 a.m. ET.

  The President will meet with Secretary-General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres in the Oval Office this afternoon.

Congratulations to our new CIA Director’

The Senate confirmed President Trump’s pick to lead the Central Intelligence Agency, Gina Haspel, in a bipartisan vote yesterday. Director Haspel drew extensive support from the CIA workforce, as well as former intelligence leaders from both Republican and Democratic administrations. She replaces Mike Pompeo, who was confirmed as America’s 70th Secretary of State last month.

The safety and security of the American people depend on capable intelligence leadership. Gina Haspel is the right woman at the right time," Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said. President Trump tweeted his congratulations shortly after the Senate’s vote.

Director Haspel’s biography made her an easy choice. A 33-year veteran of the CIA, she’s earned multiple high-level honors, including the George H. W. Bush Award for Excellence in Counterterrorism. Years later, with the fight against al Qaeda heating up, she requested a transfer to the CIA’s Counter Terrorism Center. Her first day on the job was September 11, 2001.

Meet Gina Hapsel, the new face of America’s intelligence community.


Think again: ‘Sanctuary’ laws aren’t pro-immigrant

America’s immigration challenge doesn’t end at our border. Because of “sanctuary city” jurisdictions—many recently emboldened by new state laws in California—law enforcement officers face dangerous obstacles to protecting our communities from the effects of a broken immigration system.

Under the guise of being pro-immigrant, these jurisdictions privilege a small group of often-violent criminals at the expense of the safety and well-being of American citizens, law enforcement, and law-abiding immigrants alike. In effect, these jurisdictions assert a special exemption from Federal law. The consequences of their decisions, of course, do not remain in their own backyards.

They’re releasing these criminals, not by their houses. . . . They’re releasing them by our houses,” San Jacinto Mayor Crystal Ruiz said at a White House forum with community leaders this week. “Every day we’re getting more and more reports from the police department about how they can’t arrest these people.”

California’s ‘sanctuaries’ aren’t pro-immigrant—and local leaders are pushing back.

More: What you need to know about the stand against sanctuary state laws


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President Donald J. Trump with U.S. Air Force SSGT Charles Edwards of Mary Esther, FL, and CAPT Mark Kobelja, Director of WRNMMC at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center | May 16, 2018


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Thank you freedom and democracy 【USA Mail magazine from the White House  2018-05-19a 】 Your 1600 Daily:   The White House • May 17, 2018 The Day Ahead



President Donald J. Trump will meet with Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Jens Stoltenberg at the White House.

The community movement against ‘sanctuary’ laws

Sanctuary jurisdictions hinder Federal immigration enforcement. These jurisdictions often refuse even basic requests for information, such as notification to Federal officials before the release of dangerous criminals from custody. The consequences of such actions can be fatal.

California has passed statewide sanctuary policies that restrict cooperation between Federal immigration authorities and local law enforcement. Now, communities across the state have started coming out in opposition to the new laws. Many of these local leaders cite fidelity to the U.S. Constitution over California state law.

Yesterday, President Trump met with local officials who spoke first-hand about how these sanctuary policies jeopardize the safety of their communities. "Our people are the ones hurting," San Jacinto Mayor Crystal Ruiz said. “All of us need help getting this solved.”

What you need to know about the movement against “sanctuary” policies

Watch: President Trump’s full meeting with California community leaders


America, Uzbekistan, and a new era of partnership

President Trump hosted President Shavkat Mirziyoyev of Uzbekistan yesterday, marking President Mirziyoyev’s historic first visit to the White House. The bilateral meeting ushers in a new era of strategic partnership between the two countries.

America has an important partnership with Uzbekistan in fighting terrorism. In the aftermath of the September 11 attacks on the United States, Uzbekistan provided crucial access and support to drive al Qaeda terrorists from Afghanistan. President Mirziyoyev reaffirmed his full support for President Trump’s South Asia strategy yesterday, including the effort to bring stability to Afghanistan.

The two leaders also committed to exploring deeper economic ties. President Mirziyoyev pledged to open Uzbek markets for American companies and investors by introducing international standards of transparency. During the visit, Uzbekistan signed more than 20 major business deals with U.S. companies.

Watch President Trump welcome President Mirziyoyev to the White House.

Learn more: A new era of strategic partnership between the U.S. and Uzbekistan


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President Donald J. Trump participates in a California Sanctuary State roundtable | May 16, 2018


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Thank you freedom and democracy Dear Sirs International people. Saturday version May 19, 2018 Do you know the rules of American Fotball?


Please see Youtube videos below.
You will understand Japan well.

I will introduce two videos.

1. "American football, malicious, directed superintendent on rough play"

2. 【Murder Tackle! 】 The American Football Club of "Kwansei Gakuin University" was furious at the "Nihon University" player's tackle.

The red uniform is "Nihon University." Blue is "Kwansei Gakuin University". In case
What do you think? "Nihon University" is in violation twice in one game.

The director of "Nihon University" said to the players, "If you want to go to the game as a competitor, break the QB of Kwansei Gakuin University."
It is not unusual, but since it was posted on Facebook, it was finally a problem this time.

This is the top news in Japan.
I hope you guys return the "opinion of justice".

I will provide another topic.

The top official of the Ministry of Finance bureaucrats sexually harassed female press reporters.
"Let's kiss" "Let's go to the hotel"
Covered by the press, the top bureaucrats resigned. The responsibility of Minister Aso was also told.
Aso Minister said. Is there a "law of sexual harassment"?
"It is funny that the press criticizes like a crime, even though there is no sexual harassment law."
What do you think? It's crazy, is not it!
Please mail me if you are not sure. My name may be published.

It is crazy even the violation of Immigration Control Act. I ignore international law.
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Thanks for human rights 【USA Mail magazine from the White House  2018-05-18b 】 West Wing Reads |   Senate Must Pass Mission Act to Give Veterans Care They Deserve



The House has overwhelmingly passed the Mission Act to give our veterans real choice over their health care by allowing them to get care outside the Veterans Affairs (VA) system when they need it,” Bradley Blakeman writes in The Hill. “It is now up to the Senate to send this bill to President Trump to sign by Memorial Day.” The President has made the Mission Act a priority, calling on the Senate to put veterans care above politics.

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Reuters reports that Gina Haspel has been confirmed as the next Director of the Central Intelligence Agnecy. “Haspel, who will be the first woman director of the CIA, is a 33-year veteran at the agency currently serving as its acting director,” Patricia Zengerle writes.


In The Daily Signal, Katrina Trinko breaks down how the media has created “a powerful new lie” about President Trump. “Between the tweets and the headlines, we have six of the biggest news outlets in the United States promoting the narrative that Trump called illegal immigrants ‘animals’ during a roundtable Wednesday,” Trinko writes. “There’s just one catch: The president was referring to MS-13 gang members.”


Americans today are the most satisfied with the way things are going in the country as they have been since right before the 2016 election, according to a Gallup poll released Thursday,” Morgan Gstalter reports for The Hill. Gstalter cites North Korea’s announcement that it “would dismantle its nuclear testing site and engage in diplomatic talks” as a potential factor.


The Washington Examiner’s editorial board writes that “President Trump, like former President Barack Obama, campaigned on the promise of taking on high drug prices. Trump, unlike Obama, is actually trying to keep that promise.” The editors add that the Administration has “in recent days rolled out dozens of policies” to accomplish this goal.

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Thanks for human rights 【USA Mail magazine from the White House  2018-05-18a 】 West Wing Reads |   President Trump Hails Local California Lawmakers for Standing Up Against State's ‘Sanctuary’ Laws



President Trump on Wednesday praised local California leaders for standing up to ‘deadly and unconstitutional sanctuary state laws’ and hailed what he called a ‘rebellion’ against the state’s immigration policies,” Adam Shaw reports for Fox News.

The state of California's attempts to nullify federal law have sparked a rebellion by patriotic citizens who want their families protected and their borders secured,” the President said at a White House roundtable with local officials.

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Tia Goldenberg and Fares Akram report for The Associated Press that Guatemala followed President Trump’s lead and moved its embassy to Jerusalem, Israel, on Wednesday. Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales sent a message of “love, peace and fraternity” to Israel.


In Fox News, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich writes that “President Trump’s drug price reduction plan – American Patients First, which he announced last week – is an impressive and thorough effort to fix the underlying dynamics in the pharmaceutical marketplace that have made drugs too expensive for most Americans.” Gingrich explains that “it is a perfect example of how the Trump administration is working to reform our health-care system to save American lives and money.”


Rep. Kay Granger (R-TX) writes in The Hill that President Trump’s historic rescissions package is “a welcome step to cut wasteful spending.” She adds that “Republicans made a promise to the American public that we would always put the American taxpayer first, and that’s exactly what President Trump’s plan to cut spending does.”


Gina Haspel passed her first Senate hurdle to becoming the first woman to lead the CIA, winning approval of the intelligence committee Wednesday morning,” Stephen Dinan and Dan Boylan write in The Washington Times. “The 10-5 vote saw two Democrats join Republicans, including committee Vice Chairman Mark Warner, who said she’ll be a capable and independent leader.”


From the economy to important victories across the vast Asian continent, America is winning under Trump’s leadership,” Steve Cortes writes in the Washington Examiner.

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