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  • News Summary-Intelligence Report Friday 4/12/2024 Newsdump Friday "A Sad Day For America", Biden Pushes Student Loan Cancellation, Rudder Delays US Warship Deployment Near China, Apple Warning High-Profile Cyber Attacks

    04/12/2024 8:14:48 PM PDT · by Nextrush · 3 replies
    Nextrush Free ^ | 4/12/2024 | Nextrush/Self
    In Israel today hundreds of Jewish residents storming into a Palestinian village killing one... A federal judge denying Hunter Biden's motion to dismiss... After many weeks of talk a transitional council for Haiti ... The Democrat Governor of Kansas Laura Kelly vetoing legislation stopping gender changing medical treatments... Israeli politics...latest "Lazar" poll... "This is a sad day for America" Congressman Thomas Massie Reacts...Speaker Mike Johnson breaking a 212-212 tie... President Donald Trump and Speaker Mike Johnson each expressing support for the other... Trump supportive of the notion that more aid to Ukraine is going to be a "loan"... A barrage...
  • Biden speaks without press in room during meeting with Japanese, Philippines’ leaders as handlers leave reporters in hallway (Brandon has press 'wranglers')

    04/12/2024 2:46:59 AM PDT · by Libloather · 11 replies
    NY Post ^ | 4/11/24 | Steven Nelson
    WASHINGTON — Reporters who were supposed to observe President Biden’s heavily promoted trilateral meeting with the leaders of Japan and the Philippines missed his remarks Thursday when press handlers left them standing downstairs in a hallway as the commander in chief spoke. The rare logistical snafu prevented journalists from witnessing the 81-year-old president’s opening remarks to Philippine President Bongbong Marcos and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida in the White House East Room. The day’s print pool reporter, Michael Shear of the New York Times, relayed the unexpected dilemma in an emailed update to colleagues who were anticipating quotes from the...
  • A Message from Japan to the World – by Professor Masayasu Inoue | “There is high risk that Japan made vaccines will be exported under the guise for false trust." (TRANSCRIPT and video)

    04/11/2024 12:07:05 PM PDT · by ransomnote · 16 replies
    expose-news.com ^ | April 11, 2024 | Patricia Harrity
    ransomnote: a new type of vaccine called self replication replicon vaccine this fall and winterA stunning message to the world warning of ‘a dangerous, new governmental development’ was delivered from Japan at a World Council for Health conference by Professor Masayasu Inoue, Professor Emeritus of Osaka City University Medical School who specialises in Molecular Pathology and Medicine. He warned that “There is high risk that Japan made vaccines will be exported under the guise for false trust. If Japan were to become a vaccine perpetrator, it would leave irreparable harm to future generations. Therefore, the actions of Japanese government MUST...
  • China shakes wheat market with canceled shipments from U.S., Australia

    04/11/2024 10:22:44 AM PDT · by EBH · 32 replies
    Nikkei Asia ^ | 4/9/24
    TOKYO -- The global wheat market has been hit by Chinese buyers canceling major shipments, seemingly in an attempt to secure better prices and bolster the country's food security. Benchmark Chicago wheat futures are trading at about $5.50 per bushel, up slightly from a three-and-a-half-year low marked in mid-March but down about 10% from the beginning of the year. The U.S. Department of Agriculture last month said 504,000 tonnes of wheat sales to China had been canceled. The figure is equivalent to about half the total U.S. wheat shipments to China in 2022 and the largest cancellation on record going...
  • Why Australia is Gladly Preparing for War

    04/09/2024 4:57:42 PM PDT · by Eleutheria5 · 56 replies
    Task & Purpose ^ | 2/6/23 | Chrs Cappy & Thomas Priddle
    Australia is preparing for war in order to avoid it. Their historic new increase in defense spending and China’s dependence on them for iron ore make them an important ally. Australia’s defense funding for 2024 will be $35 billion USD, just over 2% of their GDP, and up from $20 billion in 2021. They’ve signed a new trilateral security agreement with the United States and United Kingdom that will give the Australian Navy a new weapon that only 6 other nations in the entire world have. Major upgrades are being made to their northern army, air and naval bases. But...
  • AUKUS Partners Consider Cooperation With Japan

    04/09/2024 2:26:36 AM PDT · by Candor7 · 3 replies
    Dept. of Defense News ^ | April 8, 2024 | David Vergun
    The U.S., Australia and the United Kingdom, members of the AUKUS partnership, are considering cooperation with Japan on advanced capabilities projects. An aim of AUKUS is identifying the optimal pathway for Australia to acquire conventionally armed, nuclear-powered submarine capability, as well as cooperation on a range of other advanced defense technologies. Japan is being considered because of its strengths and its close defense partnership with all three countries, said Deputy Pentagon Press Secretary Sabrina Singh, who held a press conference today. Singh noted that this was announced in a joint statement by the three nation's defense leaders: Secretary of Defense...
  • Obama loosens missile technology controls to China

    10/15/2009 7:09:49 AM PDT · by Joiseydude · 52 replies · 2,335+ views
    WashingtonTimes ^ | Thursday, October 15, 2009 | Bill Gertz
    President Obama recently shifted authority for approving sales to China of missile and space technology from the White House to the Commerce Department -- a move critics say will loosen export controls and potentially benefit Chinese missile development. "It's as though Commerce's mishandling of missile-tech transfers to China in the 1990s never happened," said Mr. Sokolski, a former Pentagon proliferation specialist. "But it did. As a result, we are now facing much more accurate, reliable missiles from China." Mr. Sokolski said he expects the U.S. government under the new policy to again boost Chinese military modernization through "whatever renewed 'benign'...
  • Japan To Embark On An Era Of "Mass Foreign Immigration"

    04/05/2024 10:34:18 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 88 replies
    Modernity News ^ | 04/05/2024 | Paul Joseph Watson
    Japan appears to be transitioning from a homogenous society to embrace ‘diversity and inclusivity’ by ushering in “an era of mass foreign immigration.”It’s set to be a massive change for a country that was still up until recently 97.5% ethnic Japanese, according to the CIA World Factbook.A Bloomberg report details how rapidly declining native birth rates, an aging society and a chronic labor shortage is fueling the importation of millions of foreigners who “are changing the face of Japan.”The number of foreign workers in Japan has now exceeded 2 million, a 12.4% increase on 2022. The East Asian country needs...
  • News Summary Intelligence Report Friday 4/5/2024 Newsdump Friday British Gov't Sexting Scandal, Commander Of US Navy Biomedical Lab Relieved Of Command, Israel Moves Over Relief Worker Deaths, Boeing Makes Payment Over Panel Blowout

    04/05/2024 8:11:55 PM PDT · by Nextrush · 3 replies
    Nextrush Free ^ | 4/5/2024 | Nextrush/Self
    The Philippines announcing joint military maneuvers with the US, Australia and Japan tomorrow... "Some have been sent naked images, and two MP's are reported to have responded by sending images of themselves"...a few of the details...emerging 'sexting' scandal...in the UK... "Stay away so you won't get hurt" The message from Iran to the US ahead of...attacks on Israeli targets... ...messaging from Joe Biden today...Israel is doing what he wants... ...Russian UN Ambassador Vassily Nebenzia calling for sanctions on Israel... In the African nation of Zimbabwe a new "structured currency" launched amidst rampant inflation... The Dutch naval support ship "Karel Doorman"...
  • Nuking Japan: nobody asked the enslaved Koreans, Chinese, Filipinos, Vietnamese, and other Asian peoples about being colonially occupied by the empire

    04/04/2024 9:25:12 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 33 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 04/04/2024 | Julian Sinclair
    The discussion about the acceptability of using nuclear weapons usually occurs around August 6 of every year, the date that Little Boy was dropped on Hiroshima; world events have rekindled this discussion outside of its usual season. Absent from the discussion is how the Koreans, Chinese, Filipinos, Vietnamese, and other Asian peoples felt about being colonially occupied by Japan. Often, Japanese “revisionist” historians will try to whitewash Japanese history, in alliance with U.S. far leftists, to portray the U.S. involvement in WWII as “imperialistic against a non-white people.”First, let us address what Japan was doing in Asia in the early...
  • Jimmy Kimmel Calls USA ‘A Filthy and Disgusting Country’ After Trip to Japan: ‘The Whole Country Is Disneyland and We’re Living in Six Flags’ | Video

    04/02/2024 8:48:14 PM PDT · by yesthatjallen · 118 replies
    The Wrap ^ | 04 02 2024 | Kayla Cobb
    Most of the time, you're excited to return home after a vacation. That wasn't the case after Jimmy Kimmel's recent trip to Japan with his family. "After traveling to Japan, I realize that this place, this USA we're always chanting about, is a filthy and disgusting country," the host said on Monday night's "Jimmy Kimmel Live." The ABC host admitted that before spending seven days in Japan, he believed America was a country that had its faults and "areas for improvement," but that it was "pretty buttoned up" compared to the rest of the world. "I go to Europe, and...
  • Lou Conter, last living USS Arizona survivor after Pearl Harbor attack, dies at 102

    04/01/2024 1:13:28 PM PDT · by rdl6989 · 32 replies
    CBS News ^ | April 1, 2024 | Cecilio Padilla
    The sole living survivor from the sinking of the USS Arizona during the Pearl Harbor attack that brought the US into World War II has now died. Lou Conter, who lived in Grass Valley, was 20 years old at the time of the attack on Dec. 7, 1941. There were 2,403 Americans killed in the attack – including 1,177 of Arizona's crew. Conter was one of the only 335 officers and crewmen who survived. Over the years, Conter shared his experiences and visited Hawaii for remembrance ceremonies. "Minute it happened, we sounded general quarters and they were in there and...
  • Lou Conter, Last Survivor of USS Arizona From Pearl Harbor Attack, Dies at 102

    04/01/2024 2:11:32 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 16 replies
    MSN ^ | 4/1 | Audrey McAvoy
    Lou Conter, the last living survivor of the USS Arizona battleship that exploded and sank during the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor, has died. He was 102. Conter passed away on Monday at his home in Grass Valley, California, following congestive heart failure, his daughter, Louann Daley said, adding she was beside him along with two of her brothers, James and Jeff. The Arizona lost 1,177 sailors and Marines in the 1941 attack that launched the United States into World War II. The battleship’s dead account for nearly half of those killed in the attack.
  • US, Japan, Philippines plan joint South China Sea naval patrols: Collective show of maritime force against China

    04/01/2024 10:28:28 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 5 replies
    Politico ^ | 04/01/2024 | PHELIM KINE, ALEXANDER WARD and LARA SELIGMAN
    The U.S., Japan and the Philippines will launch joint naval patrols in the South China Sea later this year, according to a U.S. official and a foreign diplomat familiar with the planning. It’s a major move to counter China in the region — and one likely to elicit a strong response from Beijing. The three-country naval maneuvers are part of a package of initiatives that President Joe Biden, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. will unveil at their first-ever trilateral summit next month, the official and the diplomat said. The White House is also expected...
  • Innovative New High-Boost DC Power Converter Could Be A Game-Changer For Electronics

    04/01/2024 11:58:19 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 11 replies
    The Debrief ^ | APRIL 1, 2024 | MICAH HANKS
    Researchers report the development of a new concept for a new DC power converter capable of greater efficiency at lower cost and requiring less maintenance than existing electrical systems. Developed by a team at Kobe University in Hyōgo, Japan, the direct current voltage boost converter could revolutionize the development and use of electric power generation in various applications. Boost converters, which are also known as step-up converters, are a variety of switched -mode power supply devices that increase voltage while also reducing current in the conversion of direct current (DC) from the device’s input to its output. Most power converters...
  • 5 Incredible Facts About Japanese Samurai: There Was a Samurai Colony in California

    03/31/2024 8:08:41 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 22 replies
    History Facts ^ | 03/31/2024
    Though aristocratic warriors known as bushi had long existed in Japanese society, in the late 12th century a new warrior class emerged: the samurai. The word “samurai” itself can be translated as “one who serves,” and these warriors served their masters — the feudal landholders, or daimyo, who ruled much of Japan — with discipline and loyalty. For their service, they were well paid and highly respected in society. The elite samurai warriors were meticulously trained in martial arts and military strategy. Their skill with the sword — be it a curved katana or the shorter wakizashi — is legendary....
  • Which country handles homelessness the best? {Finland and Japan}

    03/25/2024 4:59:14 AM PDT · by Cronos · 41 replies
    Greater Change.co uk ^ | Sep 21, 2022
    he two countries that handle homelessness the best are Finland and Japan. Therefore, we will look at how these two countries have approached homelessness to determine exactly which country handles homelessness best.Why Finland and Japan?Firstly, let's talk about the extent of the situation within each country. In our previous article on which country has the lowest rate of homelessness, Japan was determined as the country with the smallest percentage of people experiencing homelessness in the world, with a rate of 0.003%, which is approximately 1 in every 34,000 people.Finland was determined to have the 10th lowest rate of homelessness in...
  • Do Japanese People Support Trump or Biden ? | Japan Street Interviews

    03/21/2024 8:47:46 PM PDT · by libh8er · 5 replies
    YouTube ^ | 3.7.2024 | Interviewing Japan
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  • JAPANESE RESEARCHERS WARN ABOUT USING BLOOD TRANSFUSIONS FROM COVID-19 MRNA JAB RECIPIENTS

    03/20/2024 11:14:43 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 20 replies
    thehighwire.com ^ | March 20, 2024 | By Tracy Beanz & Michelle Edwards
    To this day, the American Red Cross wants blood donors to know that—despite all the confirmed devastating side effects and deaths—receiving an mRNA COVID-19 jab does not make you ineligible to donate blood. Okey-Dokey fact-checker verified, their website declares, “True: you can donate blood after getting a COVID-19 vaccine.” Besides that, the Red Cross insists, “Blood donations from those who have been vaccinated for COVID-19 are safe for transfusion,” noting on its website that “like all blood collectors in the U.S., [the Red Cross] is required to follow the eligibility guidelines set by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).” That...
  • Japan's Government Pension Investment Fund Explores Investment in Bitcoin

    03/19/2024 10:07:51 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 2 replies
    Bitcoin Magazine ^ | 03/19/24 | Vivek Sen
    The world's largest pension fund managing over $1.5 trillion in assets has announced it will explore diversifying a portion of its portfolio into Bitcoin.Japan's Government Pension Investment Fund (GPIF), the world's largest pension fund managing over $1.5 trillion in assets, has announced it will explore diversifying a portion of its portfolio into Bitcoin. According to the announcement, the GPIF will solicit information on illiquid alternative assets like Bitcoin, gold, forests, and farmland as part of its diversification efforts. While not currently invested in these assets, the move signals that the mega-fund is actively researching options beyond stocks and bonds. The...