Monday, September 7, 2009

Taro Aso's last e-mail

Greetings. Perhaps this is the last e-mail from me and my Cabinet.

In the recent general election of members of the House of Representatives, we failed to meet the expectations of the people with a regrettable result. I accept with sincerity the people's dissatisfaction with the government and ruling parties and criticism toward them.

We must seriously reflect upon matters such as whether we responded effectively to the people's dissatisfaction over the various social issues, including the disparity issue and the sense of helplessness in the society, and whether we sent out a message on policies fully and unfailingly.

I have boldly advanced policies, placing the foremost priority on reviving the economy. Japan was facing a historic global recession and experiencing a downturn of its economy when I assumed the office of Prime Minister on September 24 last year.

At that time, I had given priority to policy over politics, or economic and unemployment countermeasures over a general election, in order to safeguard the daily lives of the Japanese people. Abnormal circumstances require extraordinary countermeasures; we have passed four budgets in six months.

This could not have been realized were bureaucrats to take the rein. The result was a 3.7% annualized real economic growth rate for April to June this year, the highest rate among the developed nations. The economic countermeasures have thus started to bring about their results.

Yet, we have only reached half-way. If we were to think of the people's daily lives, I am convinced that I have made the right decision to prioritize policy over politics.

I am also confident that I have advanced the correct policies on the North Korean issue, the fight against terrorism, and measures to counter piracy, with an aim to safeguard the nation and the people.

However, my inadequacy led to this result. I offer a frank apology and take sincere heed of the people's voice, determined to make a fresh start. Safeguard what must be safeguarded. Reform to safeguard what must be safeguarded.

Change what must be changed. This is the essence of conservative politics.

I would like to express my gratitude to all the readers of this e-mail for having taken the time to read it. The various opinions for criticism and encouragement have all spurred me on and given me the courage to drive forward policies.

Thank you so very much. I pledge that I will continue to make my utmost efforts and achieve politics that meets public expectations.


Deacon1957 said...

A Short note on Anwar Ibrahim

Anwar’s biggest problem is that he is hooked on public attention. The real reason why he is really pissed off and wanted to take revenge against Umno is because Tun put him in prison..

He loved every minute of reformasi because he was at the centre of attention but away in prison, he was dying from public attention deficit and that really made his anger grow

Even his CIA handlers are starting to find this trait annoying you see he is not the only one they have lined up for Malaysia, he has a British counterpart that is working for the same agenda, to destabilise the most prosperous and forward looking Muslim state on the planet, Malaysia. In fact Sept 16 was self sabotaged by Anwar because he realized he could not be in full control due to strong resistance from within his coalition

Remember the Indonesian Karate man who was arrested in Malaysia for solicting prostitues?
His friend is sponsoring the Indon riots
Karate man was arrested here and the official line is that he was looking for girls, the real story is that he was looking for young boys, Anwar may want to deny this link but these two boy lovers are linked by fate, their insatiable love for men have made them kindred spirit. Anwar uses his Indonesian network to generate the current hatred for Malaysia, as part of his global assignment…
Anwar’s links in Indonesia goes to the same operatives in Indonesia where the CIA is known to be very active
Anwar is part of the machinery that have been feeding hate messages into Indonesian Media, every maid brutality case is meticulously and religiously forwarded to the Indonesians to be played up by the Media
If there is no good news then bad news is the only news, that is Anwar’s operating tactic in Malaysia, the same approach is being used by the CIA in Indonesia to damage Malaysia’s reputation and the bond between two well known and resolute Islamic countries,

the long term strategy is to discredit traditional Islam and plant one of two of America’s version of Islam in all Islamic states, the hate-propelled Islam of Ben Laden and hi Wahabbi movement and the Orientalist Islam, which is the same as the agnostic movement in the Christian Church where God is just a discussion point, a focal point for their logic driven moral compass


Anonymous said...

u drafkan surat ni utk najib ke nanti ?

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