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Indonesia Lambasted the United Nations’ Failure to Uphold Justice

In one of the harshest criticisms ever in decades, Indonesia did not mince words in lambasting the failure of the United Nations to promote peace, justice and harmony across nations on Earth. Its true nature of being just a geopolitical instrument aimed at strengthening the colonialist ideals of the West did not escape the Indonesian president’s mind.

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Okinawan Gov’t Wants U.S. Military Base Out

A foreign military base doesn’t secure a host country. It is the first casualty in any war the foreign entity would engage later on.

Based on our decades of experience hosting the largest US military base outside its own country, it didn’t improve the capability of our military. All it received over the decades until 1991 were highly dilapidated equipments and the spread of venerial diseases, including AIDS.

The US/Jesuits’ occupation of the Philippines have plunged it to the lowest rung of the Asian economy.

A military base is a sponge for all types of crimes and social disintegration rather than the enhancement of the quality of life for all those close to its gates.

It corrupted government officials even more. But not in Okinawa…

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Australia Joining BRICS’ World Bank; Japan Considering

Japan is now entertaining the idea of joining the China-led World Bank 2.0, while Australia, with its well established economic cooperation with China, is already showing positive signs since its mother corporation, i,e, United Kingdom, has already decided to join in.

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China, Japan and South Korea Hold High Level Meeting

Without interference from the Jesuits and Western warmongers, China can attain peace with its neighbors here in Asia. The presence of the Jesuits and US banksters exerting undue influence upon governments of Japan, Philippines and South Korea created a psychological division among Asians.

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