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Jun 3, 2016

Prime Minister Ab, who cannot maintain the administration unless postponing again he consumption tax hike, said at the G7 summit: “Another global risk.” … His true intention has been completely detected by overseas media.

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Prime Minister Ab, who cannot maintain the administration unless postponing again he consumption tax hike, said at the G7 summit: “Another global risk.” … His true intention has been completely detected by overseas media.
Please read the following twitters one by one from above. Although he had said “moderate economic recovery,” Prime Minister Abe suddenly said, “the world is facing another global risk.” At this rate, it is highly likely that he will suddenly cry out for draft system and have Japan launch war. I am afraid of it.
Other leaders, who have almost the same level of recognition ability about global situation as Abe-pyon, responded to his remarks as if they had no idea what he talked about. Although he was made a fool of by other leaders, “we agreed on the recognition that the global economy faces a big risk,” Prime Minister Abe stressed. Other leaders were probably astonished to hear his remarks.
I admire his genuine talent in that he can lie so blatantly. However, according to the tweets below, his true intention seems to have been detected.
The Abe administration has been put into corner to such a degree that “Abe cannot maintain it unless postponing the consumption tax hike. Nevertheless, I’m ashamed of Prime Minister Abe who made a false step. However, the media seem to ignore it.

May 29, 2016
Masatoshi Takeshita

English translation of Twitter

Noya Fujiwara
@naoyafujiwara
Didn’t he say to the people that the economy is moving towards moderate recovery?

“Another global risk” comment in G7 caused disagreement.  Excuse to postponing again the consumption tax hike?

Kazunori Yamanoi
@yamanoikazunori
Prime Minister Abe claimed that the global economy is in critical situation at the summit only three days after announcement of the government’s outlook of “moderate recovery.”
Surprisingly, however, the Foreign Minister answered “we don’t know who developed the material supporting PM’s remark” and the Cabinet Office answered “We have never seen it” at a hearing held by the Democratic Party.” twitter.com/tanakiyuichiro…
May 28, 2016

Tada no Kuro Neko (Yokohama)
@Tomynyo
Economic recovery, this is the only way. We followed as LDP campaign promise says.
But we are on the eve of global crisis. No kidding!
I’m not sure, but if we follow the administration, we will get involved in a war before we know.
May 29, 2016 12:36

Syowaoyaji [ Down with Abe administration]
@syowaoyaji
How dare he can tell precisely opposite lie!
Don’t report it in a direction from right to left!
It is really an announcement by the Headquarters of the Imperial Japanese Army!

Prime Minister Abe
“In this summit, we agreed on the recognition that the global economy faces a big risk,” he stressed.
mainichi.jp/articles/20160…
April 27, 2016 09:01

PM Abe: Consumption tax hike to be postponed again  “Similar to the situation before the 2008 global risk”
                                On 26, PM Abe decided to postpone again a consumption tax
                                Hike to 10% to be scheduled for April next year.
                                mainichi.jp


Overseas media point out
“Sign to postpone a consumption tax hike”

German leading newspaper:
PM Abe tries to look for an excuse to postpone the hike.

Kikko
@kikko_no_blog
At the G-7 meeting, to increase public spending by counties, Shinzo Abe said many times: “The global economy is in the situation before another global crisis.”
French Le Monde reports “Shinzo Abe spread a false rumor.”
How shameful!         lemonade.fr/economie-mondi…
May 27, 2016 21:47


L1alarmisme de Shinzo Abe surprende le G7
Le chef du gouvement Nippon a mis en grade, jeuddi, ses
Partenaires du G7 contre les risques d’une nouvelle crise fianciere
Lemonade.fr


Kikko
@kikko_no-Blog
“In the summit meeting held at Ise-Shima, Prime Minister Abe, Chairman, repeatedly said “the current global economic situation is the situation just before the 2008 financial crisis.” On 27, British paper Financial Times reports: “Prime Minister Abe, who cannot maintain the administration unless postponing the consumption tax hike, made a strategic move by using his remark as an excuse to postpone the hike.

May 28, 2016 22:24

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