To the media of the international community! Tips on News from Japan!
We will send articles posted e-mail to President Trump everyday.
Apart from the news,
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 2018-05-31b 】 Your 1600 Daily: The White House • May 30, 2018 The Day Ahead
Donald J. Trump will sign the Right to Try Act, which will give
terminally ill patients greater access to experimental
live at 12:15 p.m. ET.
The White House
will host a celebratory "field day" to encourage
youth sports participation and introduce intended appointees to
the Presidential Council on Sports, Fitness, and Nutrition.
live at 3:30 p.m. ET.
consistently taken advantage of America's economy
For many years,
China has used unfair trade and industrial practices—including
"dumping," discriminatory barriers, forced technology
transfer, over capacity, and industrial subsidies—that
champion Chinese firms and make it impossible for many U.S.
firms to compete on a level playing field. The costs of
these policies to American industry keep piling up:
intellectual property theft costs U.S. innovators billions of
dollars each year
accounts for 87 percent of the counterfeit goods seized coming
has banned imports of U.S. agricultural products such as
poultry, cutting off America's ranchers and farmers
The United States
charges a 2.5 percent tariff on Chinese cars, while China
maintains a 25 percent tariff on cars from America President Trump
has taken long overdue action to address the source of
the problem. Part of the solution includes imposing a 25
percent tariff on $50 billion of goods imported from China that
contain industrially significant technology, including those
related to the "Made in China 2025" program. The
Administration is also implementing specific investment
restrictions and enhanced export controls. More:
"From now on, we expect trading relationships to be fair
and to be reciprocal."
Welcome home, Josh Holt!
Day weekend, President Trump greeted another released American.
Late Saturday, the President welcomed Josh Holt to the Oval
Office following Holt's return from a Venezuelan prison. With Holt home,
17 Americans held abroad have been released during the Trump
Administration. "The United States thanks the
Maduro regime for releasing the unjustly detained United States
citizen, Joshua Holt, and his Venezuelan wife," Press
Secretary Sarah Sanders said in a statement. His return "does
not change United States policy" toward Venezuela. Watch
President Trump welcome Josh Holt home in the Oval Office. More:
President's full remarks
employment must be earned, not given
Federal employees is prohibitively difficult. It takes
6 months to a year to remove a tenured Federal employee for
poor performance—plus an average of 8 more months to resolve
appeals. Such employees are 44 times less likely to
get fired or laid off than private-sector workers. Through an
Executive Order, President Trump is making changes to
strengthen the merit system and streamline the removal of poor
performers. As part of the new policy, agencies will be
required to report information on the disciplinary actions and
management of poor performers to the Office of Personnel
Management for publication. Learn
more about how President Trump is reforming the Civil Service
for the American people.
Official White House
Photo by Joyce N. Boghosian President Donald
J. Trump participates in a Memorial Day ceremony | May
2017-10-19: To the media of the international community! 2nd news! "Humanitarian Crime in Japanese Immigration Issues" Exposure Series! This is an article published today. President Trump will issue the North Korean Japanese abduction issue as a "humanitarian problem" in the United Nations. There is no "good" "bad" for abduction. Human rights issues contrary to international law of the Japanese government must also be taken into account in the United Nations. Please all media, please report "Japan's humanitarian problem"!
إلى وسائل الإعلام من المجتمع الدولي! 2 الأخبار من اليابان!
2017-12-01: اليوم، وسوف أبلغكم من رابحة البريد الإلكتروني ووسائل الإعلام العالمية
"سلسلة الوقائع من الجرائم الإنسانية" نو: 27
هذا البريد الإلكتروني، من المجتمع الدولي، للقضاء على الجريمة الإنسانية،
سأعرض إدارة العدالة غير القانونية (الجريمة الإنسانية لانتهاك القانون الدولي) في اليابان المألوفة التي أعيش فيها.
وإذا كان احتجاز كوريا الشمالية واحتجازها جريمة، فإن فعل الحكومة اليابانية جريمة أيضا.
ليس هناك "خير" أو "سيئ" في "اختطاف / حبس" غير قانوني.
وبما أن "الجريمة الإنسانية" الناجمة عن انتهاك القانون الدولي لم تعد تتم يوميا،
يرجى تعطيني المساعدة العاجلة.
وقد قدمنا بالفعل شكاوى (إشعارات إعلامية) إلى المحكمة الجنائية الدولية، ولكن يرجى أيضا دعم المجتمع الدولي.
وأيضا لحل مشكلة الإرهاب وقضية اختطاف كوريا الشمالية ضد المحكمة الجنائية الدولية،
الضغط على إدانة هذه المشكلة مع أولوية قصوى.
يرجى الاطلاع أدناه على محتويات الشكوى ضد المحكمة الجنائية الدولية (إشعار المعلومات). http://oyazim…
Let's ask the North Korean government to accept services.
Dear Sirs, I am Japanese. The dictatorship of the Kim Jong-un regime
and the economic sanctions of the United Nations make the lives of the North Korean people
a terrible thing! Let me offer meals directly to the poor people of North Korea,
so that food aid will not flow sideways.
According to the Kyodo news agency, US Secretary of State Pompeo agreed to completely denuclearize
at the US-North Korea summit meeting but pointed out
that the human rights problems of North Korea were left behind,
North Korea denuclearization was the top priority issue of the United States,
human rights It is expected to deal with the problem seriously after the denuclearization is realized.
In an interview with MSNBC TV on the 23rd of the day said.
Although the trump regime's emphasis on human rights issues remains unchanged,
it says, "North Korea's nucleus, which is the biggest thre…