Multiple lightning strikes in Washington and the Statue of Liberty: signs of civil war or human reflection?
There were 126,500 lightning strikes in Washington, DC, the United States, between 8:00 pm and 2 hours on July 24th, and several times on the Statue of Liberty in New York on July 23 the previous day. I think the weather tends to reflect the psychological condition of humans on the ground, but recently, former US Army Vice Admiral Michael Flynn said, “A new civil war has begun that I have never experienced in America. It’s a civil war against the Trump administration using the new coronavirus.” (Covid911-Rebellion) I posted to you tube. Are these lightning strikes a sign of such a civil war?
If you travel abroad, you can see the goodness of Japan.In Japan, one-month hospitalization fee of about 0
Although I am Japanese, I was inferior to the fact that Japan was stupid because Japan lost the war, but as I traveled abroad, I realized the goodness of Japan, and Japan is rich and poor. There are few people, and the social security system and the medical system are substantial, and I realized that they have the advantages of a clean and hardworking national character, who can travel safely without worrying about thieves.
In recent years, I have been hospitalized three times a month for three times, but the cost of one month’s self-paid hospitalization was about 80,000 yen (about $800). We have a prefectural mutual insurance (a so-called prefectural insurance) with a premium of approximately 2,500 yen (about 25 dollars) per month, and if you use this prefectural mutual insurance, you will be free of hospitalization costs of approximately 80,000 yen. I heard that it costs 20 million yen (about 200,000 dollars) to enter a hospital in the US for a month, and I realized that I live in Japan, which is convenient and appreciated.
Prime Minister Thatcher said, “Emperor Showa is the true winner of World War II”
Gorbachev, then General Secretary of the Soviet Communist Party, visited Japan a week long ago, and the recent Newsweek Japanese version says, “Japan is the most successful socialist country,” “Japan is a socialist country.” I can understand. If you continue to live, it is easy to forget about Japan’s gratitude, but when you go abroad, you will appreciate Japan. British Prime Minister Thatcher also said that Emperor Showa is the true winner of World War II.