Japan's Justice in the Dark

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To British Prime Minister Boris Johnson A "100-yen shop" is a retail store that sells "commodity" in the store at a "uniform price" of 100 (Japanese yen) per item in principle. Most of the products for sale are processed foods, cosmetic accessories, tabl


Economic activity should be "returned" to normal even under the "new corona"!
Will I continue to receive the corona vaccine two or three times a year? Crazy!
We should develop a "tester" that instantly "finds" a "positive" like thermography.
In certain places tested, "positive people" can return to "normal life" without masks! Please see the previous report for details.
Submitted additional material to the United Nations Human Rights Council (ohchr).
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2021-02-11: Dear Sir,
North Korea's "General Secretary Kim Jong Un" should now call US President Joe Biden for a "reconciliation."
North Korea should go on the road to becoming an economic power.
Last time, we proposed to open "B TO B" internet sites like "Alibaba" in China in North Korea and India.
Today, we propose to North Korea, India,
and Algeria the manufacture and sale (export) of "commodity" sold at "100-yen shops" in Japan.
A "100-yen shop" is a retail store that sells "commodity"
in the store at a "uniform price" of 100 (Japanese yen) per item in principle.
Most of the products for sale are processed foods, cosmetic accessories, tableware,
cooking utensils, daily necessities such as batteries, and stationery,
and in most cases, they have a large number of stores (chain stores).
Most of the "commodities" are made in China.
Embassy staff in each country should visit the stores of Daiso, Celia, Can Do, and Watts (Meets Silk).
Algeria exports to European markets.
North Korea and India manufacture and export to Japan and the United States.
All products can be manufactured by SMEs.
The manufactured product is a "product".
Products purchased by retailers for sale from manufacturers are called (commodity).
In Japan, "good products" cannot be said to be "good products = commodities".
No matter how good a "product" is,
the seller does not buy a "product that the consumer does not buy" from the manufacturer.

Once the "commodity" sold at the "100-yen shop" can be produced,
it will be possible to produce home appliances.
Algeria should be realized in collaboration with French companies with the support of the French government.
I think that European home appliances, clothing,
miscellaneous goods, etc. are not "Chinese products" but "Algerian products".
North Korea can export to the US market if it reconciles with the US.
Even "monkeys" understand that most of the consumer goods imported
by the United States change from "Made in China" to "Made in North Korea."
I think the competitor of "Made in North Korea" in the US market is not "Made in China" but "Made in India".
To do so, it is necessary to collect "investments" from all over the world.
Investment does not "gather" with the "method" of "threat"!


Part 1 I buy "Indian ballpoint pens" because they are sold at Daiso for "10-piece set for 100 yen".
Other than Japan, there may not be a "business type" store called a "100-yen shop."
The governments of each country should develop import and sales companies
in Europe and the United States in partnership with Daiso.

In order to produce, it is necessary to educate "engineers" as China learned "production technology" from Japan.
The selling price is fixed at 100 yen. Therefore, the manufacturing cost is constrained.
Engineers need to make quality products that consumers are satisfied with for 100 yen.
If you can master the "production technology" that makes products
that can be sold at "100-yen shops,"
you can produce products that are comparable to those made in China, such as "TVs" and "smartphones."

100 Yen shop!
Most of the miscellaneous goods of 100-yen shops in Japan are manufactured and imported in China,
but the number of stores selling them at "uniform prices" is increasing in China as well.
https://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/100%E5%86%86%E3%82%B7%E3%83%A7%E3%83%83%E3%83%97

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)
https://blog.goo.ne.jp/nipponnoasa/e/c9639cd8d9ab6f7d734bdbb61511a31e

Part 2 Please see the following for "false charges" of "crime of support
for violation of immigration law" in 2010
Japanese.
https://blog.goo.ne.jp/nipponnoasa/e/d28c05d97af7a48394921a2dc1ae8f98
English.
https://blog.goo.ne.jp/nipponnoasa/e/ac718e4f2aab09297bdab896a94bd194

Best regards.

Yasuhiro Nagano