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 【ＵＳＡMail magazine from the White House 2018-07-29】 REAL NEWS PRESIDENT TRUMP DOESN'T WANT YOU TO MISS
Morrongiello reports that President Trump announced the U.S.
GDP rose to an annual rate of 4.1 percent in the second
quarter. She writes that the President “said the current
manufacturing renaissance, combined with Friday's numbers
and ongoing negotiations over new bilateral trade deals,
proved the U.S. is once again ‘the economic envy of the
Trump announced Wednesday that he has secured major trade
concessions from European Union officials,” Adam Shaw
reports. “Both sides agreed to work toward the goal of
‘zero’ tariffs and subsidies on non-auto industrial
goods.” President Trump called it “a very big day for
free and fair trade.”
the Olympics, if opposing athletes continuously broke the
rules while the officials let them get away with it,
American fans would want our coaches to raise a fuss,”
Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue writes. “That’s what
has been happening in the arena of international trade, and
President Donald Trump is rightly calling out our
competitors for unfair play.”
Trump held the second ‘Made in America’ event at the
White House on Monday. The event, which was designed to
celebrate the administration's economic policies, showcased
products from each of the 50 states,” CBS News reports.
to the Trump administration’s pro-growth policies, the
U.S. economy is booming,” Advisor to the President Ivanka
Trump writes. “If we could more effectively build workers’
skills and bring more nonworking Americans off the
sidelines, our economic future could be even brighter.”
in plain sight in a suburb of St. Louis is one of the great
success stories of President Donald J. Trump’s tough trade
policies,” National Trade Council Director Peter Navarro
writes. “This is the rebirth of the Granite City
steelworks, idled in 2015 — along with about 2,000
steelworkers — under a drowning flood of subsidized
Perkins Career and Technical Education Act “unanimously
passed the House on Wednesday afternoon after passing the
Senate on Monday. It is now headed to President Trump’s
desk,” Ali Breland and Juliegrace Brufke report. The bill,
which was championed by Advisor to the President Ivanka
Trump, is “aimed at bolstering skills training for
technical jobs in various industries.”
of State Mike Pompeo warns Iran and China to end their
religious persecution. “We need to hear the stories of
those persecuted, tortured, falsely imprisoned, and killed
for their faith,” he writes. “We can honor their
sacrifices by preventing these atrocities from happening
don’t apologize for America anymore. We stand up for
America. We stand up for the patriots who defend America,”
President Trump told the Veterans of Foreign Wars at their
national convention this week. “And we stand up for our
national anthem,” the President added to a “thundering
every single congressional district, taxpayers are seeing a
tax cut,” Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) and Heritage
Foundation President Kay Coles James write. “Americans are
better off now than they were two years ago—the economy is
old cliché about turning around a battleship is true. It
doesn't happen quickly. But something is happening at the
United Nations that proves that changing course is
possible,” write U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley,
Senior Adviser to the President Jared Kushner, U.S.
Ambassador to Israel David Friedman, and Special
Representative for International Negotiations Jason
Greenblatt in CNN.
Kavanaugh is an outstanding nominee, and the single most
qualified person in the country to serve on the United
States Supreme Court. He deserves swift confirmation by the
United States Senate,” Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant
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…