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WHO ARE CHINA'S JAPANESE LOVER BOYS? [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2015-9-22 14:53:46 |Display all floors
If you insist and force China's Yuan exchange rate to be overvalued, while Japan deliberately devalues the Yen exchange rate, to the point that Japan Yen has devalued by 30-55% compared to China's Yuan ever since ABE came to power in December 2012 . . . and allow China's manufacturing sector to die slowly month after month with the PMI Manufacturing Index showing warnings of decline below 50, with China's exports falling month after month, with China's foreign currency reserves falling month after month, with China's factories closing month after month, and with Chinese workers losing their livelihoods month after month . . . then you must be either a Japanese Lover Boy or have a Japanese Lover Boy.

This is the logic of CORRUPTION by personal favors, if not by money.




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Post time 2015-9-22 16:00:38 |Display all floors
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Post time 2015-9-23 11:16:40 |Display all floors
We must understand Japanese ways of controlling their puppet governments' leaders.  The Last Emperor of the Manchu dynasty, Puyi, was reportedly gay, which serves as a powerful blackmail against their puppet emperor, and his wife was an opium addict, again easy to control by controlling her access to opium, and each of them had been assigned Japanese lovers based on their gender preferences too, which wraps the Japanese tentacles on their souls, minds and bodies so tightly that they are totally unable to resist.  The techniques of political control as exercised by the Japanese imperial government are so dark that no devil can wiggle or cheat his way out of his or her status as servants of their Japanese masters.



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