Japan defends stimulus, yen policy under fire

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Janeallen wrote:

Depreciation of 14% in 4 months.
Not manipulated!

Manipulation has been Japan’s middle name for over a century.

Feigning to be a victim of America after Japanese massacre of tens of millions of Asians, ony halted by America’s stepping in to stop Japanese carnage.

Feigning to be most worthy of coverage by world media for a Not-At-All-Natural-Nuclear-Disaster caused by Japanese corruption, so that the world will pay for the results of Japanese corruption, and at the expense of all the poorest of the poor of world disaster victims. Yes. That’s from the manipulative propaganda of a country with greatest wealth for any Japanese citizen.

Japan’s tradition of manipulation and denial of the most harmful actions to the PEACE, SECURITY AND ECONOMIC HEALTH OF THE WORLD is legendary for its victims.

Jan 27, 2013 12:07am EST  --  Report as abuse
YJF wrote:

This is really no different than what the US is doing…a weaker Yen means more exports….printing fiat money means more inflation, which in turn eliminates debt through inflation rather than actually paying debt off…

Jan 27, 2013 10:53am EST  --  Report as abuse
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