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Thanks for human rights【Reply by e-mail from President  Trump 2018-12-11】

Reply by e-mail from President Trump 2018-12-11
December 10, 2018

Thank you for contacting the White House. We are carefully reviewing your message. President Donald J. Trump believes the strength of our country lies in the spirit of the American people and their willingness to stay informed and get involved. President Trump appreciates you taking the time to reach out. Sincerely, The Office of Presidential Correspondence
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Dr. Lee Young-ho, Foreign Minister of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea 2018-12-11: Thank you for the European Union. Thank you for your interest in the European Union at the "slavery system" in Japan. Thank you "Japan Foreign Correspondents Association", too. Thank you for noticing the difference with France. Please understand that human rights issues in Japan and China are "abnormal".

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To the Choson International Youth Travel Agency


Dear sirs. Please "forward" this e-mail to Foreign Minister Lee Yong-Ho.
This mail is sending every day to the world media,
the embassies of various countries, the White House, etc.


Dr. Lee Young-ho, Foreign Minister of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea


2018-12-11: Thank you for the European Union.
Thank you for your interest in the European Union at the "slavery system" in Japan.
Thank you "Japan Foreign Correspondents Association", too.
Thank you for noticing the difference with France.
Please understand that human rights issues in Japan and China are "abnormal".


Dear sirs. On November 28, a joint representative of "Lawyer Liaison Committee
on Foreign Skill Trainee Problems", "Shoichi Ibusuki," attended the meeting.
The place is Japan Foreign Correspondents Association.
"Severe voice" rose on "bills fo…

To President Trump 2018-12-11: Thank you for the European Union. Thank you for your interest in the European Union at the "slavery system" in Japan. Thank you "Japan Foreign Correspondents Association", too. Thank you for noticing the difference with France. Please understand that human rights issues in Japan and China are "abnormal".

<Public mail> #MeToo Human rights victim!


To President Trump


2018-12-11: Thank you for the European Union.
Thank you for your interest in the European Union at the "slavery system" in Japan.
Thank you "Japan Foreign Correspondents Association", too.
Thank you for noticing the difference with France.
Please understand that human rights issues in Japan and China are "abnormal".


Dear sirs. On November 28, a joint representative of "Lawyer Liaison Committee
on Foreign Skill Trainee Problems", "Shoichi Ibusuki," attended the meeting.
The place is Japan Foreign Correspondents Association.
"Severe voice" rose on "bills for accepting simple workers".
At the press conference, a Cambodian woman
who was forced to "sew" men's clothes at less than half of the minimum wage and a Chinese man
who cut three fingers at the cardboard manufacturing factory and had no compensation
from the company were present.
&quo…

À Emmanuel · Président français Macron 2018-12-11: Merci pour l'Union européenne. Merci de l'intérêt que vous portez à l'Union européenne au "système de l'esclavage" au Japon. Merci également à "l'Association des correspondants étrangers du Japon". Merci d'avoir remarqué la différence avec la France. S'il vous plaît, comprenez que les problèmes de droits de l'homme au Japon et en Chine sont "anormaux".

<Courrier public> #MeToo Victime des droits de l'homme!


À Emmanuel · Président français Macron


2018-12-11: Merci pour l'Union européenne. Merci de l'intérêt que vous portez à l'Union européenne au "système de l'esclavage" au Japon.
Merci également à "l'Association des correspondants étrangers du Japon". Merci d'avoir remarqué la différence avec la France.
S'il vous plaît, comprenez que les problèmes de droits de l'homme au Japon et en Chine sont "anormaux".


Chers Messieurs. Le 28 novembre, un représentant conjoint du "Comité de liaison avec les avocats pour les problèmes des stagiaires étrangers en compétences", "Shoichi Ibusuki", a assisté à la réunion.
Le lieu est l'association des correspondants étrangers du Japon.
"La voix grave" s'est levée sur "des factures pour accepter de simples travailleurs".
Lors de la conférence de presse, une Cambodgienne obligée de &qu…

Angela Merkel an den deutschen Bundespräsidenten 2018-12-11: Vielen Dank für die Europäische Union. Vielen Dank für Ihr Interesse an der Europäischen Union am "Sklavereisystem" in Japan. Vielen Dank auch "Japan Foreign Correspondents Association". Vielen Dank, dass Sie den Unterschied zu Frankreich bemerkt haben. Bitte haben Sie Verständnis dafür, dass Menschenrechtsfragen in Japan und China "anormal" sind.

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Angela Merkel an den deutschen Bundespräsidenten


2018-12-11: Vielen Dank für die Europäische Union. Vielen Dank für Ihr Interesse an der Europäischen Union am "Sklavereisystem" in Japan.
Vielen Dank auch "Japan Foreign Correspondents Association". Vielen Dank, dass Sie den Unterschied zu Frankreich bemerkt haben.
Bitte haben Sie Verständnis dafür, dass Menschenrechtsfragen in Japan und China "anormal" sind.


Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren, Am 28. November nahm ein gemeinsamer Vertreter des "Anwalts-Verbindungsausschusses für Probleme mit Auszubildenden aus dem Ausland", "Shoichi Ibusuki", an dem Treffen teil.
Der Ort ist Japan Foreign Correspondents Association.
"Strenge Stimme" stieg auf "Rechnungen für die Annahme einfacher Arbeiter".
Bei der Pressekonferenz wurde eine kambodschanische Frau, die unter weniger als der Hälfte des Mindestlohns Männerkleidung "n…

To Terrisa Mei British Prime Minister 2018-12-11: Thank you for the European Union. Thank you for your interest in the European Union at the "slavery system" in Japan. Thank you "Japan Foreign Correspondents Association", too. Thank you for noticing the difference with France. Please understand that human rights issues in Japan and China are "abnormal".

<Public mail> #MeToo Human rights victim!


To Terrisa Mei British Prime Minister


2018-12-11: Thank you for the European Union.
Thank you for your interest in the European Union at the "slavery system" in Japan.
Thank you "Japan Foreign Correspondents Association", too.
Thank you for noticing the difference with France.
Please understand that human rights issues in Japan and China are "abnormal".


Dear sirs. On November 28, a joint representative of "Lawyer Liaison Committee
on Foreign Skill Trainee Problems", "Shoichi Ibusuki," attended the meeting.
The place is Japan Foreign Correspondents Association.
"Severe voice" rose on "bills for accepting simple workers".
At the press conference, a Cambodian woman
who was forced to "sew" men's clothes at less than half of the minimum wage and a Chinese man
who cut three fingers at the cardboard manufacturing factory and had no compensation
from the company…

To everyone at the media 2018-12-11: Thank you for the European Union. Thank you for your interest in the European Union at the "slavery system" in Japan. Thank you "Japan Foreign Correspondents Association", too. Thank you for noticing the difference with France. Please understand that human rights issues in Japan and China are "abnormal".

<Public mail> #MeToo Human rights victim!


To everyone at the media


2018-12-11: Thank you for the European Union.
Thank you for your interest in the European Union at the "slavery system" in Japan.
Thank you "Japan Foreign Correspondents Association", too.
Thank you for noticing the difference with France.
Please understand that human rights issues in Japan and China are "abnormal".


Dear sirs. On November 28, a joint representative of "Lawyer Liaison Committee
on Foreign Skill Trainee Problems", "Shoichi Ibusuki," attended the meeting.
The place is Japan Foreign Correspondents Association.
"Severe voice" rose on "bills for accepting simple workers".
At the press conference, a Cambodian woman
who was forced to "sew" men's clothes at less than half of the minimum wage and a Chinese man
who cut three fingers at the cardboard manufacturing factory and had no compensation
from the company were present…