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Kishida At 150 Yen To Dollar High Consumer Prices , Indonesia Strictly Restricts Access To Papua And West Papua

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PACIFIC, THETPN-PBNEWS.COMBlog- Brittain ruling party understand the catastrophe Prime (Minister Liz) is shown the door in half a month’s time. Political elites in the ruling Liberal Democratic Party have been very slow to show the door to Prime Minister Fumio Kishida of Australia, 21 October 2022 Lee Jay.

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Nippon Hoso Kyokai (NHK) reported, “Consumer prices in Japan rose 3 percent in September. That’s the biggest increase in more than three decades, not counting the impact of the consumption tax hike.”

Kishida took power Last year when the Yen was: One hundred ten 110 Dollars. It’s only been twelve 12 Months but now it’s 150 Yen Per Dollar surprisingly Kishida isn’t too worried about the “do nothing” approach.

Kishida made an international trip to Australia to rebuke China, the Russian Federation and state the need for the Pacific to be free and open (his language skills seem to be stalled by the proverb).

The leaders of Australia and Japan will ignore the horrendous crisis in West Papua.

The Modern Tokyo Times recently said, “The ‘do nothing and vacate’ approach while seeking to double military spending to horrendous summaries of government.

Japan is likely to buy more military weapons from America at the current currency rate, meaning Japan will pay 33 percent more. No wonder America adores ‘carrier carriers – aka Japan’ to contain China.”

Even more depressing economic news is mentioned by Kyodo News. The news agency said, “The corporate goods price index hit 116.3 in September, the highest level since comparable data became available in 1960.”
Japan also posted its highest first-half trade deficit of the year since the figures became comparable in 1979. “Once renowned for its high-tech economy, now hopes that international tourists will help the yen to rebound.

Ironically, Japan put in place one of the most anti-foreign Covid-19 policies to expel foreign nationals. Hence, Kishida gripped the straw – as usual.

Jesper Koll (Monex Group – director of financial services) told CNBC’s Consumer News and Business Channel the yen could weaken further towards the 155 level, only strengthening next spring and that’s not a result of Japan’s actions, but a signal the Fed has “sufficiently stepped on its feet.” brake.”

The Yen will strengthen against the Dollar when the Fed in America reduces their respective interest rates.

Kishida is trying to double military spending at a time when the majority of people are getting poorer. hence, his trip to Australia highlights how untouchable the ruling elites in many countries – from Japan to the UK – are with their endless anti-China and anti-Russian statements rather than focusing on serious economic problems at home.

The leaders of Australia and Japan will ramble on about anti-China and anti-Russian Federation issues – and a free and open Pacific as usual. However, both will ignore the crisis in West Papua which is on the threshold of Australia. Therefore, making the two countries completely hypocritical.

West Papua

(Human Rights Watch Australia) said, “For more than 50 years, Indonesia has strictly restricted access to Papua and West Papua for foreign journalists and human rights monitors making it very difficult to investigate allegations of serious human rights violations.

There are countless reports of killings, torture, arbitrary detention and forcible transfers for which no one has ever been held accountable by Indonesia in the West Papua region.”

The Guardian TG reports, “Indonesia has controlled West Papua since its invasion in 1963 and formalized its annexation through the controversial, United Nations approval, ‘Act of Free Choice.’ Security forces are accused of gross human rights violations during the occupation by an estimated 500,000 Papuans are killed.”

Last year, UN News said, “Between April and November 2021, we have received allegations that show several instances of extrajudicial killings, including minors, enforced disappearances, torture and inhuman treatment and the forcible transfer of at least 5,000 indigenous Papuans. by: Indonesian security forces.”

Australian Foreign Affairs Report (Dominic Simonelli),”Successful Australian governments have turned a blind eye to Indonesia’s brutal oppression and economic exploitation of West Papuan indigenous peoples, prioritizing cooperation with Indonesia over the welfare of West Papuans.

Indonesia’s widespread harassment of ethnic Papuans has been institutionalized in the decades since its independence. Left unchecked by foreign powers, the West Papua crisis is the Asia-Pacific “silent genocide.”

Redaksi.

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