2020-07-23: Dear Sir,
On July 9, US Secretary of State Pompeo announced sanctions restricting the issuance of visas to three executives of the autonomous region and their family members, allegedly involved in human rights violations in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, China.
"The human rights are the most important issue for the government," said McNanny in a press conference on September 9.
If so, "human rights violations in Japan are worse."
Even the "rule under the law" is not recognized by the Japanese government.
The United States should take similar steps for Japan.
Otherwise, the United States will only be a harassment of "China."
Part 1. Trump's US administration clarified its willingness to confront China's "core interests,"
such as advocating "high-level autonomy" in Hong Kong, protecting human rights in Tibet,
the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region, and supporting Taiwan.
Sanctions and criticisms are being “sent out” one after another.
The Trump administration plans to abolish the preferential treatment of Hong Kong by the United States,
except for some,
in response to the enforcement of the "Hong Kong National Security Maintenance Law"
with the aim of strengthening crackdown on opposition activists, etc. Is.
Regarding the US administration's policy toward China,
there is still a smoldering view that Mr. Trump will refrain from tough policy
in the field of human rights because of his desire to maintain the "first stage trade agreement" with China.
At the press conference yesterday,
spokesman McNanny stressed that "human rights are the most important issue
for the administration" and denied such observations.
Even before President Trump became president,
I have been "appeal" to Trump about "human rights violations in Japan."
President Trump once replied by e-mail, saying, "I will do my best to solve it."
It's been about three years since then, but it's still unsolved.
I also reported that there were American casualties.
The Trump administration doesn't even help Americans.
Is the Trump administration only interested in "money"?
It is "cowardly" to trade the "human rights issue" with the "policy" of the Trump administration.
Since the US government says "human rights are the most important issue for the government,"
if any, then the "human rights issue" due to "illegal punishment"
by the Japanese government should be resolved.
President Trump should "fulfill" what you have promised me!
I will write tomorrow too.
The amendment to the Immigration Control Act in January 2017 states that "I am not guilty"
for the reason. Reason: Revise from "I can not punish" to "I can punish".
It is "false accusation". Thank you to everyone in the international community.
However, the Japanese government has not yet made an apology. See the indictment below. (Japanese)
Part 2. Please see below for the following.
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