Japan's Justice in the Dark

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The United States should ban Japanese "fake human rights activists" who advocate human rights from entering the United States.
The United States should increase surveillance of Japan's "pro-Chinese parliamentarians"!

2020-09-30: Dear Sir,
"Chinese government of dictatorship" controlled by "Chinese Communist Party".
"The second floor secretary general of the Liberal Democratic Party"
who says "flattery" not only to "pro-China" but also to "China".
The "fate" of the "Kan administration" who is "taken in"
by the "secretary general of the second floor" who is also wary of the United States!
The fact that it is so clearly stated in the report may be a message
that the United States is clearly wary of Mr. Nikai's movements.
In 2003, Mr. Nikai tried to build "Jiang Zemin's" stone monuments all over Japan,
including his hometown of Tanabe City, Wakayama Prefecture,
but he had a history of failure due to the opposition of the citizens.
It is well known in Japan that Mr. Nikai is not only a "pro-Chinese"
but also a "man who" flatters "to" China. "
When did the Liberal Democratic Party become a "Socialist market economy" communist party?
The United States should increase surveillance of "pro-Chinese lawmakers"!

Part 1 In January 2020, Liberal Democratic Party lawmaker Tsukasa Akimoto was arrested
for receiving a bribe
from the Chinese company "500.com" over an integrated resort (IR) business including a casino.
The "CSIS Report" introduces Senator Akimoto as belonging to a powerful "upstairs group"
that is a "pro-Chinese of the LDP."
"CSIS" describes the bribery case as follows:

"Mr. Akimoto was arrested on suspicion of receiving a bribe totaling 3.7 million yen
(about $ 33,000) from China's leading online sports betting service provider" 500.com ".
The main shareholder of the site is Tsinghua Union Group, a chip maker funded by the Chinese government.
Tsinghua Holdings owns 51% of the shares of Tsinghua Yonhap population,
is a wholly owned subsidiary of Tsinghua University was to educate the Xi Jinping and Hu Jintao.
Hu's son, Hu Haifeng, was the party secretary for the group.
Tsinghua Union Group has steadily increased its stake since 500.Com posted its first quarterly loss
in November 2013.
For more information,
"Pro-Chinese" of the Liberal Democratic Party, "Selling Country", "Members"!
"Casino corruption" by China is likely to continue to grow.
It is said that there are 30 members on the list who have received some
form of money or have been given convenience.
It is whispered that there are 50 members under the surface, and the amount of money they have
in their pockets is an order of magnitude different from Tsukasa Akimoto's about 7 million yen.
For 1 million yen, even a village officer in rural China cannot buy it.
Japanese "members of the House of Representatives" were also seen cheaply.
However, China's "acquisition work" on Japanese "parliamentarians" has been going on for a long time.
For details, see below

Mr. Imai, Mr. Nikai,
and the United States have nominated the "group" of "reconciliation" of Japan's "against China"!

Everyone knows the "pro-China group" of this "selling country" on the net. Really,
Japanese politics is "miserable"

I will write tomorrow, too.

The amendment to the Immigration Control Act in January 2017 states
that "I am not guilty" as the reason for the amendment.
Reason: Amend from "cannot be punished" to "can be punished".
It is a false charge. Thank you to everyone in the international community.
However, the Japanese government has not yet apologized. See below for the indictment. (Japanese)

Part 2 See below.

Best regards.

Yasuhiro Nagan


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