Prime Minister Suga says, "Stopping the Olympics is the easiest and the easiest thing to do.

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It's a quandary. This statement is too improbable🤯.

For Suga, the Olympics are "the easiest thing to stop, the easiest thing to do" 😤.

In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Prime Minister Suga stressed that it is the role of the government to challenge the idea of holding the Tokyo Olympics.

In the report, Prime Minister Suga said, "The number of cases of the new coronavirus is low, in the single digits or more, compared to other countries," and that "vaccinations are progressing and we are taking strict countermeasures against infection, so the environment is ready. So we decided that the environment is ready.

Prime Minister Suga stressed that "stopping is the easiest thing, the easiest thing to do," and that "it is the role of the government to challenge.

Please see below for the source of the article.

Japanese Leader Yoshihide Suga Says Country Is Safe for Olympics

The prime minister, in an interview, cites low Covid-19 infection rates compared with the West—and adds, “We’re ready to go.”

"Quitting is the easiest and most comfortable thing to do," he said, "and it is the role of the government to challenge it.

On July 21, 2021, the number of people infected with coronary heart disease nationwide was 4,939, of which 1,832 were in Tokyo. That's just too much 😤😤😤

They completely ignore the people who are suffering from COVID-19 and talk about it as if it doesn't exist. They force their way through with mindless statements like "it is the role of the government to challenge" when the majority of the people are against it and don't even want to challenge it.

It seems to me that he is just an incompetent ruler who thinks he has fooled the people with his flattery and is holding them down.

The challenge for the Japanese government now is to reduce the number of COVID-19 patients as much as possible.

In the first place, a representative of a country whose position is weaker than that of the organizer of a mere field day is a level that seriously worries me.

Probably (for Suga), "quitting is the easiest thing to do, the easiest thing to do" (but he can't get his head around Bach).Because guess they are using the word "challenge" as an adornment to distract the public and force their way through.

I really want to say that the Tokyo Olympics should be stopped right now. I also want the prime minister to quit.

After messing up the lives of us Japanese to this extent, along with Bach's disgusting remarks, the ruling class has thoroughly broken the hearts of those who are working hard in Japan to this extent. I really can't forgive the ruling class.

As for Bach's lowest statement, I mentioned it in my previous article.

The current Japanese government is really only playing politics to make the people suffer.

I just want to live a peaceful life, but I really don't want a government that can't even fulfill such a wish of the people.

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