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Japan could elect its first female prime minister after Yoshihide Suga steps down

Japan Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, who succeeded the country’s longest-serving leader in history, is stepping down after just one year at the helm of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party. The wildly unpopular Suga said last week that he would not seek reelection, clearing the path for a new premier to take charge of the world’s third-largest economy.

In the wake of Suga’s decision, two officially declared candidates and a handful of undeclared hopefuls have emerged as possible replacements. Notably, among the declared candidates is Sanae Takaichi, who is the party’s second-ever female contender for the top spot, and who would likely become the country’s first female prime minister if elected. Although frontrunners are still in flux, Takaichi—who served as head of internal affairs and communications in former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s Cabinet—has won the endorsement of the influential previous leader, who sits on Japan’s parliament and whose hand could tip the scales in the vote.

However, a victory for Takaichi in the deeply patriarchal society of Japan may not be as progressive as it seems. Takaichi’s views and policies closely mirror those of her former superior Abe: Both are staunch conservatives. Both are members of far-right ultranationalists Nippon Kaigi—a group of monarchists that seeks to restore the emperor to divine power; denies the brutality of Japanese troops during World War II’s Nanjing Massacre; and opposes feminism and gender equality. Controversially, both Abe and Takaichi have visited the Yasukuni Shrine, a landmark where more than 1,000 convicted war criminals are honored alongside those who died in battle. Over the years, the shrine has been politicized as a glorification of Japanese militarism and its past wartime aggressions. Takaichi has also favored punishing media outlets that criticize the government, and imprisoning people who damage the Japanese flag.

Her recent campaign pledges to revitalize Japan’s pandemic-battered economy with a policy dubbed “Sanaenomics”—an homage to Abe’s signature “Abenomics,” which called for robust fiscal stimulus and monetary easing. She is also a proponent of nuclear power, rather than renewables such as solar or wind energy. In the foreign policy space, she has promised a tough stance against China.

Takaichi appears to be tough in other ways, Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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all i can find is links to the cellmate, can anyone shed some light on the new model.


Tf is qiui



a chink company that makes buggy overpriced bluetooth chastity cages. just a name, doesn't mean anything even if it was meant to.

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Is it happening lads?


if it aint happening in my front garden, it aint happening



unironically based sigma grindset

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Taliban throws victory parade with US military equipment

The Taliban are now brazenly showing off the US military equipment — including Black Hawk helicopters, dozens of armored vehicles and weapons — abandoned by US troops amid President Biden’s chaotic final exit from Afghanistan.

Islamist fighters staged victory parades Wednesday in Kandahar, Afghanistan’s second-biggest city, as they showed off the US military hardware they’ve seized.

Videos showed heavily armed Taliban fighters standing on top of a long line of captured Humvees and other tactical vehicles as they drive along a highway.

In embarrassing scenes for the US, a Black Hawk helicopter even flies circles overhead.

Many Taliban militants could also be seen cradling American M16 rifles and other weapons used by US, NATO and Afghan forces during the 20-year war.



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wake me up when september ends



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seems to be fundamentally impossible to build software that can recognize the difference between niggers and monkeys


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A lot of people dying from "sudden illness" and "cause unknown" this year it seems. Makes me wonder how many faceless "nobodies" are croaking under mysterious circumstances as well.
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That's what I'm trying to say without saying it so the shill bots stay fucked off until we can install the software properly heh



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Press N to pay respects heh. JK that's mean smh



its the great prune

theyre pruning and tagging

theyre looking for someone

whom they will never find

watch out for the blood takers too , those old fucks are too far gone to reason with

grown your own food

dont post about politics

be happy, its what they dont want

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Does this count as 111 & 112?


the numbers mason



Didn't Portugal and Sweden kick them out already tho? heh

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