Why I Admire Japanese Culture (Podcast)

Tuesday, March 27, 2018 by

The Health Ranger explains why Japanese culture offers a lot to admire.

Podcast Transcript: “I haven’t really talked about this before, but I’m a great admirer of Japanese culture – which you may find interesting since I don’t speak Japanese, I speak Chinese. I’ve lived in Taiwan, and I’ve been around Asia as a public speaker many years ago – not on health topics, but different topics. I don’t admire communist mainland Chinese culture, because that culture is… Although there are some exceptions – that culture is steeped in dishonesty, lack of morals, lack of ethics, and everything you would expect to come from communism – which is a very, very destructive philosophy that always leads to misery, totalitarian societies and so on. Japanese culture on the other hand, there is a lot to admire about it. That’s what this podcast is about. I thank you for joining me. I’m Mike Adams, the Health Ranger – editor of NaturalNews.com. My podcasts are at HealthRangerReport.com. So, what do I like about Japanese culture? Well, some of this comes from all of my work in the laboratory. It turns out that Japanese are really good at science and very good at precision instruments. They have the best precision engineering of any culture on the planet…” Listen to the full podcast below:

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