The UN Human Rights Council acquitted Carlos Ghosn. And the working group is asking Japan to make compensation for him.
"We" are also completely "not guilty" in "immigration law violation cases".
Please support our "files" against "ICC" and "OHCHR".
Please "pursue" Japan's "arbitrary" "human rights violations" at the United Nations and the G7.
If this is not done, the "death penalty system" will not disappear from Japan.
The G7 nations should teach the Japanese that "human rights" are important.
The Japanese government says it is "ineffective" in response to the UN report.
Economic sanctions on Japan are needed.
2021-01-12: Dear Sir,
"We have written the Constitution of Japan to prevent (Japan) from being nuclear-armed,"
said Vice President Biden of the United States.
In response to Mr. Trump's statement tolerating "nuclear weapons" to Japan,
Mr. Biden said: Maybe he doesn't understand that we wrote the Constitution of Japan,
which banned nuclear weapons. Didn't he learn at school?
In the early 1950s of the Cold War,
the Pentagon decided to place the US "nuclear" in Japan in order to prevent the invasion
of the Soviet Union and other communist camps not only in Europe but also in the "Far East."
Was. Without that happening, China launched a nuclear test during the Tokyo Olympics in October 1964.
The "Nuclear Non-Proliferation Commission," described as the author of this document,
is the "coordinator" of the Johnson administration.
The administration emphasizes "nuclear non-proliferation",
being wary of China's nuclear test chaining to India, Japan, West Germany, etc.,
and increasing the possibility of a nuclear war.
This "cross-ministerial" committee was formed under Secretary of State Rusk.
If the Tokyo Olympics are to be held this year, China may conduct a "nuclear test"! !!
Will the LDP still protect China? I think the "countries to watch out for" are not North Korea,
but China and the Liberal Democratic Party.
Part 1 The statement came out in criticism of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump (70)
when he gave a cheering speech to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (68) in Pennsylvania.
According to the British online newspaper Independent,
Biden said in response to Mr. Trump's statement tolerating nuclear weapons against Japan:
Maybe he doesn't understand that we wrote the Constitution of Japan, which banned nuclear weapons.
Didn't he learn at school? Mr. Trump lacks judgment and cannot be trusted.
You are not qualified to know the code for using nuclear weapons.
China has embarked on nuclear development.
Research should be conducted to share the "nuclear" of the United States with Japan so
that it will not be armed with nuclear weapons.
There is a secret document from the 1960s that describes such recommendations within the US government.
In 2017, when tensions increased as North Korea proceeded with nuclear development in addition to China,
the "nuclear sharing theory" with the United States was spoken in Japanese politics.
In the US government, the "early Cold War" 1950s.
The Pentagon was planning to place a "US core" in Japan
in an attempt to prevent the invasion of the Soviet Union
and other communist camps not only in Europe but also in the Far East.
Without that happening, China launched a nuclear test in 1964.
It is proposed with the "aim to prevent"
that this turmoil over East Asian security spreads to Japan and causes Japan to move toward "nuclear weapons."
A cross-ministerial organization of the US government had proposed to go into research
on "sharing nuclear weapons" with Japan.
This document is "unusual" in that sense.
I will write tomorrow, too.
The amendment of 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 Please see the following for "false charges" of "crime of support
for violation of immigration law" in 2010