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Think seriously about Japanese immigration problems (crime against humanitarian Article 7) Please cover!
Article 7 Crime against humanity
(E) Strong deprivation of antibacterial and other physical freedoms in violation of the basic rules of international law
It is a serious problem in Japan! Many foreigners are suffering from damage!
Thanks for human rights 【ＵＳＡ Mail magazine from the White House 2018-03-19b 】 Your 1600 Daily: Enforcing the law—at the border and within
Thanks for human rights
magazine from the White House 2018-03-19b 】
law—at the border and within “California
sanctuary policies put the entire Nation at risk,” President
Donald J. Trump said while visiting the U.S.-Mexico border this
week. “They’re the best friend of the criminal.” Sanctuary city policies
aren’t about protecting law-abiding immigrants. Rather, the
term “sanctuary city” generally refers to localities that
refuse to cooperate with lawful Federal immigration
enforcement. When a suspected illegal alien is arrested on
criminal charges, these jurisdictions will often release the
suspect quickly before Federal officials can arrive. After visiting Southern
California to examine border wall prototypes this week,
President Trump plans to host a roundtable with law enforcement
officials to discuss the threat from these sanctuary cities.
His goal is to ensure that Federal law is enforced both at the
border and inside our Nation.
“I want to thank ICE
and the Border Patrol agents for their incredible work and
their incredible bravery,” the President said on Tuesday.
“It’s a dangerous job. It’s a tough job.” Watch:
Trump reviews border wall prototypes in California. See
examples of criminal aliens that California has released—with
4 ways to
rebuild American strength As the Trump
Administration rebuilds America’s strength and confidence at
home, it is also restoring the Nation’s standing abroad. Four
principles drive President Trump’s approach:
to rebuild our military: Last month, President Trump
signed a two-year budget deal that raises the military’s
budget caps for national defense to $700 billion for Fiscal
America first in our strategy: The President’s
national security strategy emphasizes protecting the homeland,
promoting prosperity, preserving peace through strength, and
advancing American influence.
the threat of terror: Under the Trump
Administration’s watch, ISIS has lost nearly 100 percent of
its former caliphate.
threats to the American people: The President has
rallied world powers in support of increasing economic and
diplomatic pressure on North Korea while taking aggressive
action to confront threatening behavior from Iran.
more about how America is confronting threats abroad like never
before. Talking tax
cuts in Missouri One of the most rewarding
outcomes of tax reform is listening to the stories of real
Americans whose lives have been made better. This week in
Missouri, President Trump heard many of these personal accounts
as he met with workers and business leaders in St. Louis. One person spoke about
how tax changes have made it easier to grow his company through
capital investments. Others talked about the $1,000 bonuses
they were able to extend to hard-working employees after
President Trump signed tax reform into law last December. The President also
toured a St. Louis Boeing facility that assembles U.S. fighter
planes. "A few years ago, this plant was in very serious
danger of shutting down, and we got it going again,” the
President said. “We are keeping thousands of Americans
employed right here in St. Louis.” Watch
the highlights of President Trump’s Boeing tour and
roundtable with Missourians.
of Irish Dance | March 15, 2018 (Official White House
Photo by Emily Higgins)
Today, President Trump
will receive his daily intelligence briefing before having
lunch with Vice President Mike Pence, Secretary of Defense Jim
Mattis, and Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen. This afternoon, the Vice
President will participate in a meeting with Japanese Foreign
Minister Taro Kono.
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E-mail to President of Trump First news news from Japan 2017-12-18: Today's topic to announce to the President of Trump and the world media, "It seems that if we look only at the point of the national security strategy of the United States, the national security strategy against 'terror' is missing . I think that protecting American citizens working all over the world every day is a national security strategy against "terrorism". "
The content of the e-mail today is as follows.
Dear Sirs, I am Japanese. I respect the great president.
According to the Mainichi Shimbun,
protest actions were launched in the Palestinian Autonomous Region
and in East Jerusalem on Monday 15th,
after Islamic group worship, on the 15th,
the second Friday after President Cardinals recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
The demonstrators collided with the Israeli army one after another,
and four Palestinians died in the Gaza Strip.
Dear Sirs, I am Japanese. By the Japanese government,
Please remedy the victims of violations of human rights in your country's 'illegal workers'.
Criminals of this case are police officials, prosecutors, special public officials of judges.
In the case, the Chinese did violation of immigration law (activities outside the status of residence)
It is a crime that happened in arrest, investigation, trial.
In the indictment, the Immigration Act 22-4-4 (False document submission) is stated.
Acts prescribed in Article 22-4 of the Immigration Control Act (submission of false documents) and their aiding actions are
It is administrative penalty for deportation by the Minister of Justice. It is not criminal punishment.
In Article 22-4-4 (False document submission) of Immigration Control Act,
Foreign nationals who assisted in the creation of such documents, etc are withdrawing from Japan. (From 1 July 2010)
Firstly, if you understand Immigration Law 22-4-4 (submit…