Japan’s government formally agrees to set up 1000 trillion yen fund but worries about geopolitical ramifications

Posted by benjamin
April 3, 2012

This week’s newsletter was delayed for a day because of sensitive ongoing negotiations involving the Japanese, Chinese, Russian and US governments among others. The negotiations are still going on as of this writing and there is much we still cannot report. However, we can confirm that the Japanese government has agreed in principle to set up a 1000 trillion yen (12 trillion dollar) fund to be used to end poverty, stop environmental destruction and roll out previously forbidden technology in a responsible manner. The problem now is how to sort out the massive geopolitical repercussions this fund will create.

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2 thoughts on “Japan’s government formally agrees to set up 1000 trillion yen fund but worries about geopolitical ramifications”

  1. If this is true, shouldn’t there be SOME other entity reporting in this, you know, in the ENTIRE WORLD?
    1000 trillion yen is a lot of yens, this can’t go unnoticed. So when will we hear more of this?
    “Japan’s government formally agrees” is what you wrote.

    So then WHO inside the government? What department? With whom did they agree? When exactly will they roll this out? Where will the money come from?

  2. I am always suspicious when the USA is included in situations as the above. The USA is only 5% of the total world population and only wants to dominate the world by force and or manipulation.
    It would be far more prudent to seal the borders of the USA until they eradicate the criminals who are responsible for the mess this world is in.
    Recently, the USA was responsible for trying to meddle in the electoral affairs of Russia in the recent election of Mr. Putin to his term as President once more.
    In principle, the idea sounds like it would be great as far as this arrangement is concerned but with the inclusion of the USA, it is beginning to sound too suspicious for it to taken seriously.

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