The leader of the Japan First Party, Makoto Sakurai reported on 25 Oct. 2017 on Twitter that he had been interviewed by BBC.
His Twitter account had been deactivated and the tweet can not be read now.
I sent a reply to the tweet as follows:
I have translated into English your speeches in the Tokyo gubernatorial election in 2016 and Chief director Mikio Okamura’s speech in Nagasaki on 9 Aug 2017, and put them on my web site.
Not only Japanese mass media but also foreign mass media are mostly left-wing, and biased coverage is inevitable.
It is important to transmit directly to people in other countries as correct information as possible about Japan.
I made a new web site and decided to practice it.
North Korea fired a ballistic missile into the Sea of Japan at 3:18 a.m. on 30 Nov. 2017. This was the seventh missile this year that fell within Japan’s EEZ.
I had not heard once on that day that people talked about this incident. People who are close to me who like talking about politics said nothing about this.
People do not talk with each other, when they should do.
A person who says what is necessary when needed is an excellent one.
Japan should arm itself with nuclear weapons.
For more information, click the following link:
Mikio Okamura’s speech in Nagasaki (9 Aug. 2017)
Osaka Mayor Hirofumi Yoshimura said on 24 Nov. 2017 that Osaka would dissolve a sister-city relationship with San Francisco (The Asahi Shimbun) , but the prostitute statue will not be removed.
The agreements concluded between Japan and South Korea about the problem of comfort women (28 Dec. 2017) were broken.
The government is still going to keep a friendly relationship with South Korea.
Yoshiaki Yoshimi wrote a book, which was published by Iwanami Shoten on 20 Apr. 1995.
It was translated in English and can be bought in Amazon.
Its title is “Comfort Women”. Its subtitle is “Sexual Slavery in the Japanese Military During the World War II”.
“Sexual Slavery” is incorrect. “Prostitutes” is correct.
If you access my web site, you will understand.
Makoto Sakurai’s speech in the Tokyo gubernatorial election in front of the Sugamo Station Front Exit (29 July 2016)