In 1932, Matsushita K?nosuke, the founder of Panasonic, had an epiphany. On visiting the headquarters of the religion Tenriky?, he was inspired by the sense of collective commitment he witnessed there. In a subsequent speech to Panasonic employees,
Herb Stein famously said that when something cannot go on forever, it will stop. Experience teaches that in economics when something unsustainable stops, it often does so with a bang rather than a whimper.
After three booster campaigns in 2022, the Japanese are now in a league of their own among mRNA consuming countries, administering far more boosters than countries that had far more coercive vax campaigns.
Japan's trade and industry minister said on Thursday that a 'new world order' is needed to counter the rise of authoritarian regimes which have thrived in post-Cold War free trade and economic interdependence.
Hiroshima University School of Medicine Prof. Masataka Nagao highlighted how the bodies of vaccinated persons he performed autopsies on were abnormally warm, with upwards of 100 degree F body temperatures.
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The alarms began bleating from cellphones, radios and public speakers across northern Japan. It was 7:30 on Tuesday morning as residents were warned that North Korea had fired a missile over the country for the first time in five years, and that they
The Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs has released a poppy, eye-catching explainer video about the rising sun flag. . . . So why is it so creepy? Patrick writes in with the question about the rising imperial ambitions of Nippon and James supplies
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