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Trump 腦筋有問題 June 19, 2018

Posted by hslu in 特朗普, 美國, Economics, Global Affair, Globlization, Japan, Trade, Trump, U.S. Foreign Policy, 川普.
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你說 Trump 是腦筋裏有漿糊,頭腦太簡單,說話不經大腦,還是老的糊里糊塗了?

Trump 在 G7 時說過這些話:

1。他跟日本的 Abe 說:”Shinzo,你沒有歐洲難民潮的問題。不過,我可以送兩千五百萬個墨西哥人去日本,這樣你沒多久就會下台了”。

你說 Abe 是笑好,是哭好還是打哈哈好?Abe 有沒有回答,我們不知道,不過,話說回來,日本還真需要一些移民。君不見日本有些村莊都是老人,因為他們太寂寞了,所有做了一些跟人一樣的布娃娃擺在椅子上,讓他們覺得不會那麽孤單。

2。當話題轉到伊朗後,Trump 跟法國的馬空總統說:”你一定知道這件事,艾曼紐,因為所有的恐怖分子都在巴黎。”

Hmmm….,所有的恐怖分子都在巴黎?我艾曼紐怎麼不知道呢?不知道 Trump 從那裏得來的馬路消息。要不然就是 Trump 信口開河,吹牛不打草稿,不知道自己說什麽話?

在場的其他幾位國家領袖,部長和隨從個個都皺著眉頭,低頭不語。其實,他們都知道,老 Trump 又犯糊塗了。可是大家都不能說什麽,也不好意思把這個醜事揭開,只有嘆口氣,自認倒霉。

除此之外,你看看 Trump 的表現像個君子呢還是跟一個地痞流氓差不多。

  • 堂堂的美國總統來加拿大參加 G7 會議,竟自以為了不起,故意晚到,讓別人等他。
  • 第二天下午要討論世界氣候變化和巴黎氣候合約,Trump 怕被其他國家的領袖攻擊,腳底抹油,先溜了。
  • 他在開溜之前同意要簽G7的共同宣告,上了飛機以後又反悔。
  • Trump 要從加拿大進口的鋼鐵和鋁增加進口關稅。加拿大的 PM Trudeau 宣佈加拿大要予以報復。Trump 聽了不爽,居然罵 Trudeau 懦弱無能,還叫他的兩個下屬出來罵 Trudeau ,說他背叛美國,還說地獄裏已經留了一個特別位置給 Trudeau。實在是不成體統。
  • Trump 出賣美國的盟友,可是對美國的敵人,北韓的金正恩,卻讚賞有加。在幾個禮拜以前,Trump 說了金正恩許多壞話,還用核子武器威脅他,要他去死。誰知道,Trump 跟他見了一面以後,竟然改口說金正恩深受北韓人民的愛戴。還大拍金正恩的馬屁說金正恩聰明,是一個非常好的人,更是一個好的談判家。

你說 Trump 是不是老來痴呆發了病,犯了糊塗。不但搞不懂基本的禮節,還分不清是非,弄不懂對錯?

你看美國選民在2016年11月幹的好事,糊里糊塗的選出這麽一個怪胎,雖然還不到遺臭萬年的地步,可是已經夠資格做一個過街的老鼠,人人喊打了吧。

I have only one question March 9, 2017

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Abe, how much contaminated water is leaking into the Pacific Ocean every day?

Well, may be two: when will it be stopped?

Will Abe Kowtou to Trump? January 8, 2017

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After GM and Ford, Trump turned his tweets to Japan’s Toyota.

Source: Fox News

In essence, Trump tells Abe that you better watch out because I am in charge now. 

You might remember that a week after Trump was elected the next U.S. president, Abe rushed to NYC to meet Trump at Trump Tower. After the meeting, Abe praised Trump as a “trustworthy leader.” Abe also said that Japan and the U.S. can build a “relationship of trust.”

In return, Trump called meeting with Abe a “pleasure” and expected a great friendship with Abe.

Didn’t Trump just slap Abe’s face with the tweet? I wonder what kind of leader Abe thinks Trump is after the Toyota tweet. Will Abe continue to trust Trump? Are Trump and Abe still on the same wavelength?

It is your move, Abe.

Democracy runs amok August 12, 2015

Posted by hslu in China, Cold War, Congress, Economics, Global Affair, Japan, Military, Politics, Putin.
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Obama shoveled the (not so) Affordable Care Act down Americans’ throats despite opposition from majority of Americans.

Obama was able to push the unpopular law through the Congress because Democrat had the White House, super majority on Senate and owned the House.

Democracy was pushed aside and the voice of the majority was ignored.

This was Democracy American style.

Obama isn’t alone in the display of his arrogance and he’s a first rate copycat in Asia.

Abe rammed through the unpopular ‘arming the Japanese military’ law or ‘Article 9’ of the Japanese Constitution through the ‘National Diet’ because Abe owns the lower house and controls the upper house after a snap election.

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Poll showed that a majority of Japanese people are against the law. But, to hell with people’s wish, this Is Democracy at work:manipulated by politians.

This law, once passed, will allow Japanese jets to fly with American’s F-22 and later F-35 all over the world depending on how Japan interpret the law.

I believe America encourages this because the U. S. Desperately needs help. To the U.S., NATO nations are poor partners and they can’t Do anythin. Putin is giving them enough problems already. Beside, the Cold War against China has just begun and Japan is a willing partner.

The problem for the U.S. and Japan Is that they both live in the poor house and have to print money to pay bills until cows come Home.

China’s fight against Japan will continue July 27, 2015

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This Yahoo article is a fair assessment of the animosities between China and Japan and Korea and Japan.

“Why Asia is still fighting over World War II”

http://news.yahoo.com/why-asia-still-fighting-over-world-war-ii-161019375.html

For a detailed description of Japanese past aggression against China, from the First Sino-Japanese War (甲午戰爭) in 1894 where most war was fought in Korea, resulting in the annexation of Korea by Japan and Japan’s occupation of Taiwan to 918 Incident (九一八事變) in 1931 which led to the Japanese occupation of northeastern China (Manchuria) to the Second Sino-Japanese War from 1937 to 1945, known to us as 八年抗戰, the following websites provide facts about the subject:

  1. http://www.cnd.org/mirror/nanjing/NMchron.html (English)
  2. http://www.zwbk.org/zh-tw/Lemma_Show/220595.aspx (中文)

Japan has long sought to erase this past aggression against China, Korea, Southeast Asia, Taiwan and the U.S. from Japanese’s text books and current PM, Abe, against majority of Japanese people’s opposition, is trying to change Japan’s 70-year old pacifist constitution which prohibit Japanese military from engaging in any forms of military intervention in foreign conflicts where Japanese allies are being attacked, e.g., Middle East.

 

 

Abe’s actions have incited  fresh pains and raised old wounds among citizens of China and Korea. But, I am confident that Japan is no longer a threat to China no matter how Abe changes Japan’s constitution because Japan is on the brink of collapse economically.

With a national debt of 226% of its GDP and an annual federal deficit of around 40% of its budget, Japan will soon be buried under the weight of the debt. With declining population and a generation of younger Japanese experiencing nothing but recession for their entire adult lives, Japan under Abe is digging a deeper grave for Japan if he wants to increase Japan’s military outlays. Let Japan soldiers fight a war along with American GI’s and we’ll see what ordinary Japanese think this action and changed constitution will bring them.

Japan has been shielded from military conflict for the past 70 years after the United States dropped two atomic bombs on two Japanese cities. The island country has enjoyed fast economic growth post WWII because they practically didn’t have to spend anything on military. With a fast aging (and shrinking) population, Japan should focus its national attention on economic revival. Instead, Abe is leading Japanese to a road with no hope and no future.

Japan has lost two decades after the Plaza Accord was signed in 1985 which led to the collapse of Japanese real estate and stock markets. Do Japanese citizens want another lost decade under Abe? I am afraid that they are living it and they don’t have a choice.

 

 

习近平把“南京大屠杀”搬到世界的台面上了 March 30, 2014

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China’s Xi says Japan’s wartime atrocities ‘fresh in our memory’

http://news.yahoo.com/chinas-xi-says-japans-wartime-atrocities-fresh-memory-175005495–business.html

At a think-tank forum Friday in Berlin, Xi criticized Japan’s wartime atrocities, saying the Japanese military killed more than 300,000 people in Nanjing in 1937 when it occupied the Chinese city.

Xi also said that more than 35 million Chinese people were killed or injured as Japan waged a war of aggression stemming from its militarism

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习近平指的是日本的滔天大罪 “南京大屠杀。”  习近平用他访问德国的机会公开的告诉全世界日本在二次大战的丑恶的罪行让日本没有地方躲。他间接地指责日本的安倍不应该参拜二次大战的A级罪犯:日本侵犯世界的罪魁祸首。德国的领袖已经公开地为德国在二次大战杀害犹太人的罪行道歉而日本的首相却继续去朝拜杀人凶手。

The selection of the venue by Xi Jinping to expose Japan’s war crime in front of foreign press members in a foreign country was an excellent move. It exposes Japan’s lack of attrition for its aggression against other countries during WWII, including China, Korea and the United States, among others. It also bought the issue to the world’s attention so that Japan can no longer deny that it didn’t happen. The public condemnation may slow down Japan’s push to revise its constitution and re-arm its military.

Take a look of the parallels:

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German    Holocaust

Japan        Nanjing Massacre

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Germany’s public apology for crime against Jews

Japan’s continuing denial of Nanjing Massacre in the hands of Japanese soldiers

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Merkel visited Nazi concentration camp Dachau to lay a wreath

Abe visited Yasukuni to pay respect to convicted Japanese war criminals

Saying he wanted to pray for the souls of the war dead, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe made a controversial visit to the Yasukuni war shrine in Tokyo on December 26, 2013.

I salute Xi Jinping’s boldness.

 

Abe exports Japanese Nuclear Technology to Arabs August 24, 2013

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With headlines like the ones below, everyone in the world should be concerned.

Japan nuclear plant leaks 300 tons of radioactive water.”

“Tank Has Leaked Tons of Contaminated Water at Japan Nuclear Site.”

I might also add that 200,000 more tons of  contaminated water in make shift tanks are in danger of leaking and who knows how many tons have already leaked into Pacific Ocean since the melt down started two years ago.
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Source: Getty image.

But Abe 安倍 晋三 is not concerned.

Abe doesn’t have to; not since he got both houses after the recent election, a rarity in Japanese politics.

While Japan’s nuclear disaster at Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant is getting worse by the day, Abe is making a trip to Middle East today: 8-23-2013.

http://www.cnbc.com/id/100985419

Abe will be there promoting Japanese nuclear technology, among other things.

If I have to bet, I say Abe took the CEO of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant’s operator, the Tokyo Electric Power Company, along to show case Japanese nuclear technology.

Ah, this is really funny. How can you not to “笑掉大牙?”

Yes, I am not kidding and here is the quote from CNBC‘s article:

“They come two weeks after the prime minister, Shinzo Abe, promised that his government would take a more active role in the site’s cleanup, raising questions over how seriously he has taken that pledge. Mr. Abe’s government has continued to push for a restart of the country’s nuclear power program, and he heads to the Middle East on Saturday to promote Japanese exports to the region, including nuclear technology.”

 

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