rainbow-konan’s diary


『人民の人民による人民のための政治』 /“Government of the people, by the people, for the people”







































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Evidence has even emerged that Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Masahito Moriyama received a ``letter of recommendation'' from the former Unification Church.

The person in question is

"I don't remember."

However, I cannot imagine that a minister with such a poor memory would be able to carry out any responsible duties.

You should withdraw quickly.


Since last year, the unsightly behavior of Liberal Democratic Party members has been noticeable.


In the case of the ``slush funds'' issue, once the standard amount for arrest was known, one after another, members of Congress who had received less than the standard amount came forward.

Setting a standard amount itself is difficult for the general public to understand.


Former Secretary-General Toshihiro Nikai, who received 5 billion yen in ``policy activity expenses'' over five years, has not fulfilled his accountability.

I believe that not only Mr. Toshihiro Nikai, but also Mr. Yoshiro Mori and the ``Five Secret Funders'' should be ``subpoenaed as witnesses.''


Even though the people are nervous about the time to file their tax returns, I am angry that there is no sense of tension from the Liberal Democratic Party members who are using the tax money as their own property.


Meanwhile, in December last year, former Chief Cabinet Secretary Hiroichi Matsuno spent 46.6 million yen in confidential Cabinet Secretariat funds in the two weeks from the time the ``slush fund'' scandal was discovered until his removal as Chief Cabinet Secretary. I did.


Liberal Democratic Party members are too easy on themselves.

Speedwagon the comedian: If I may say it in Jun Idoda's style,

“It’s sweet.”


Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has decided that the public will have to pay 500 yen a month as childcare support.

In fact, even though there is a tax increase, the Prime Minister

``Spending reforms and wage increases will not cause any real burden.''

I emphasize.

I don't understand it at all.

It seems like they are dreaming of wage increases commensurate with rising prices, but I would like them to consider countermeasures against the weaker yen and measures for small and medium-sized enterprises.


When will the Liberal Democratic Party be reborn as a political party that does not upset people's sentiments?

I'm really tired of ``shifting the point''.


“Government of the people, by the people, for the people”

I support a political party that does this.