2015/04/27 (Mon) 安倍首相訪米・TPPが全て
japan rice farrmer opose tpp

ブルームバーグも、NY・タイムスも、「安倍首相訪米」を書いている。まず、オバマも、米国議会も大歓迎だと。話題は、1)日米防衛ガイドライン~2)TPP、、サンデイエゴ・カリホルニア大学の女性教授は、「安倍首相は中国と韓国に謝るべきだ」と記事に書いた。これが、いわゆる「カリホルニア・リベラル」なのだ。反日というより、「日本を韓国や中国に売る」という日米同盟への裏切り者である。ちょうど、マイク・ホンダがそうであるようにね。ホンダは、早速、安倍さんに抗議文を出している。韓国のカネと票が目当てなのだ(笑い)。伊勢平次郎

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James Pete • 7 hours ago
Best keep the rice farmers for a while. With the draught in California they have no water to raise rice. They planted the rice fields there with airplanes. That variety was for the Asian market. A light fluffy rice, good flavor. But in short supply right now. Japan has never seen rice fields miles long and wide.

John Garceau • 10 hours ago
Hey William, why dont you keep to your own business. How about if I tell you what to do toughguy.

drkkrw • 42 minutes ago
given the importance why can't the US compromise, just on rice, a special isolated clause, and in return for something juicier? picking on rice in Asia is not a good idea.

PoorCitizen • 6 hours ago
The Japanese would be foolish to trade healthy domestic rice economy for the myth of great trade benefits that have seldom if ever produced profits, except for the few corporate insiders who profit from them. This article is just another paid for attempt of the few to take from the many.

Besides soon with the increasing pace of global warming and world population, humans will need all the rice the Japanese and everyone else can produce as stable climates disappear and it becomes increasingly more difficult for food to be grown. Enriching a few already fat cats at the expense of everyone else simply isn't worth it, especially for the vast majority of Japanese, who will be incredibly vulnerable without a domestic agricultural industry.

Tony Konte • 7 hours ago
"Japan Needs to Cut Rice Farmers Down to Size" short people pick more rice!

jack • 8 hours ago
Economically sure. But rice farming isnt just. Its so interwoven with Japanese identity its beyond economics, same goes in Thailand. Its as if America were to told to buldoze all its historic buildings, all the Victorians because they are "out of date". Sure, those buildings are freaking creaky old and terribly musty. But there is a heritage issue here. We don't need another Bamiyan, time will do it anyway so lets not get too hasty.

avatar • 10 hours ago
Worries about culture invasion? Very soon japanese culture will disappear the same way as the samurai with its ageing population.

Iseheijiro avatar • 9 hours ago
When did you see Samurai disappear? The culture of any kind won't disappear. For instance language.

georgeou avatar • 4 hours ago
The Meiji Restoration in 1868 ended the Samurai class.

Iseheijiro georgeou • 23 minutes ago
Yup, but he was talking about Japanese culture not Samurai class. Samurai culture is still strong among Japanese. Kendo, Shinto, corporate heads, military and sports.

hololi • 10 hours ago
The content of the article is fair, but the picture at the top is going to completely force the unfamiliar reader to become biased before reading the article. The picture is of an old style Japanese farming village with the farmers in old style gear; kind of like Solvang in CA.
Modern farmers are automated and use advanced techniques and technologies, however on much smaller scale than their US competitors.

James hololi • 10 hours ago
No not a old photo. You can tell by the clean cloths and new boots. It is a tourist or publicity shot of some sort. A tourist town by looks. I still see them use water buffalo and plant rice by hand were I live. Not a nice clean job like they are doing. And all new hats wonder of wonders.

Iseheijiro James • 9 hours ago
There's no water buffalo in Japan sir. Where do you live?

James Iseheijiro • 7 hours ago
I am American. Last year Thailand, Cambodia, Philippines, Then back to America for 87 days this year & then return to the Philippines from there. I do live. Been to Japan more than once. I know you do not have them there. I also see rice planted by hand like that. Old cloths near rags, beat up hat, nice mud stain colors. Those lady's are dressed to go to town. Not plant rice.

Iseheijiro James • 19 minutes ago
You know so well about Asia Pacifc. I worry about Philippines regarding the islands disputes with China. Don't you?

gary lacey • 7 hours ago
On the northeast coast is a problem so overwhelming it threatens the world. Now come the MSM making a mountain out of a mole hill about a G-D trade deal.

Steve Novosel gary lacey • 6 hours ago
"Threatens the world"? Please tell me you are not bleating on about Fukushima being a threat to the world. It's not even a threat to Ibaraki, let alone Tokyo.

gary lacey Steve Novosel • 6 hours ago
You a scientist? I think not, you should stick to things you know something about: cameras?!
Tip; Never let your asss overwhelm your brain.

Steve Novosel gary lacey • 5 hours ago
I am a geophysicist, genius, so yes I am a scientist.

Try again.

gary lacey Steve Novosel • 5 hours ago
Ah schucks, that there is mighty impressive,bu bu bu but isn't what's happening at Fukushima outside your field of expertise MISTER Geophysicist?

Iseheijiro • 9 hours ago
TPP is too important for US and Japan as an economic/military alliance. Thanks for bullish China, Japanese public is awaken. The apologies demanded for WW2 by China and Korea are politically motivated and their claims are bogus. War is war and it was over 70 years ago.

“What is really frustrating from the standpoint of the United States is that if Japan had confronted its history in a more forthright and honest manner going way back to the post war period, then I think we’d find Japan able to play a much more important leadership role” in Asia, said Shirk, chair of the 21st Century China Program at the University of California in San Diego.

I disagree with her opinion. She is a typical California liberal who sells Japan to China and Korea for her interest and that is an act of betrayal to the American/Japanese alliance. Mike Honda did the same.

みなさん、意外に日本の米作文化を憂いてくれる人が多いね。伊勢爺は、日本の伝統である米作は生き残ると思っている。多分、安倍さんもね。TPPには、大きな二つの目的がある。1)日米及び12カ国の関税引き下げ~2)略奪国家中国を封じ込める。つまり、「対中国経済制裁」の一つなのである。伊勢






みなさん

実は、「隼速報を廃刊にしよう」と妻と話していたのね。だけど、ご献金があるとやめることは不可能。従って続けます。じゃあ、ご寄付をお願いするしかない(笑い)。伊勢


海外広報に、ご献金を頂きたい

日本人で、伊勢一人がブルームバーグ紙で論戦している。アメリカ人は100%伊勢の「中国批判」に賛成なのです。とくに、日本に配備された米海軍軍人はね。「日本海軍は兵士も艦船も中国海軍よりもダントツに優れている」と書いてくれた。彼は「山東半島の中国海軍と合同演習した」と。しつこく食い下がる中国人を論破した。支那人は沈黙した(笑い)。


A) 振込口座

1)金融機関   みずほ銀行・上大岡支店・支店番号 364
2)口座番号   (普通)    2917217
3)口座名    隼機関   ハヤブサキカン

B) 郵便局口座

1)口座番号  10940-26934811
2)口座名    隼機関   ハヤブサキカン

***WA・EIさまが今月4月も1000円をくれました。有難う。MZ・TAさま、4月13日に20000円を受け取りました。ほとんど毎月のご寄付を感謝しています。WA・EIさま、ご献金を有難うね。3月20日に受け取りました。EAGLECATCHER2さまから6000円を4月4日に受け取りました。これは、500円 x 12ヶ月という意味ですね。心底から感謝しています。伊勢

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伊勢平次郎はペンネーム。アメリカへ単身移住してから50年が経つ。最初の20年間は英語もろくに話せなかった。英語というのは、聴き取りにくく、発音しにくい厄介なものだ。負けん気だけで生きた。味方を作ることが生き残る道だと悟った。そのうち、コロンビア映画、スピールバーグ監督、トヨタ工場、スバル・いすゞ工場の北米進出、日本の新聞社に雇われた。2013・6 冒険小説You Die For Me アブドルの冒険(邦題)をアマゾンから出版した。昨年のクリスマスには、King of Pepper(英語版)胡椒の王様を出版した。日本、英国、デンマーク、ドイツの読者が読んでくれたわ。妻のクリステインと犬2匹で、ルイジアナの湖畔に住む。

写真は、ハヤブサ F. p. japonensis。カタカナで書かれる。瞬間飛翔速度は、時速300キロという猛禽。

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