The struggle of ordinary citizens

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The first few articles contain the usual items and provisions in international agreements, which are basically fixed patterns, but use some "high-sounding" reasons and excuses to prove the correctness, legitimacy and rationality of the treaty. Matsuoka read it quickly, and when it came to the real core issue, the degree of reading gradually slowed down. Article 9, whereas … At this time in the conference room, only the sound of the loose net and the voice of the translator echoed. Occasionally, Gu Weijun would interrupt the loose net and raise his own questions on some issues. A week later, when the negotiations were over, both Gu Weijun and Songwang were very satisfied with the results of the negotiations. After carefully finalizing the contents of the treaty and returning them to their respective countries, almost that afternoon, the two sides were notified to sign the treaty text and stamp the seals of the external departments of the two countries at the same time. There's nothing to be afraid of! After receiving copies of the Sino-Japanese Non-Aggression Treaty and other treaties, Fukui said in an unusually calm tone, looking at the seemingly meditative Xiangsong net hanging his head and not daring to look directly at Xiangsong. At this time,inflatable castle with slide, no one outside knew what Fukui was thinking, but quietly tapped the seal of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the treaty with his finger. It rained heavily in Washington at night. When the officer of Team 6, wearing a navy raincoat, walked out of the White Camp guard room, the rain outside was heavier than before. Walking out of the guardhouse,inflatable floating water park, he took out a box of cigarettes from his pocket, lit one, and began to walk in the rain. Walking in the rain lifted his spirits, and the smell of cigarettes was particularly good, when he saw the lights coming from the oval office. It's three o'clock in the morning. Why hasn't the president rested yet? The lights in the president's office surprised the officer, who did not know that while he was resting, the president was called out of bed and some cabinet members were called into the White House. Are you sure? There was still some doubt in Roosevelt's tone. An hour ago, China and Japan announced to the outside world at the same time that the two countries had signed the Non-Aggression Treaty. The embassies in Japan and China have proved the accuracy of the treaty. They have received the memorandum submitted by the diplomatic departments of the two countries. Cordell Hull answered in the affirmative. When China's foreign minister flew to Tokyo in June, the American diplomatic community was in a state of shock. China "shouldn't be Japan. They actually reconciled with the Chinese, despite the past year and a half.". The Japanese side has shown signs of this many times, but most people, Inflatable mechanical bull ,Inflatable meltdown, whether themselves or others, are very sure that with the character of the Japanese, they will never reach a comprehensive reconciliation agreement with China. Even when the Washington Post reported the news, the commentator described it as "Gu will return to China from Tokyo in disgrace". But who knows, after ten days, everything has changed. The Japanese readily accepted and signed the Non-Aggression Treaty with China, and according to the analysis, it may involve too many secret clauses. Mr. President, the Sino-Japanese Non-Aggression Treaty is not the most worthy of our attention. What we are worried about now is whether there will be secret clauses outside the Sino-Japanese Non-Aggression Treaty. What are the contents of these secret clauses? Are there any provisions that involve the interests of the United States? And will this treaty form the "Northwest Tokyo Axis?" What we should be most concerned about now is this. Secretary of War Henry Lewis Stimson added his own view from the side, with a strong sense of concern in his words. Roosevelt felt worried about what Stinson called the "Northwest Tokyo Axis" and "beating the forest in Rome" in Europe. The axis has been formed, and the invasion of Poland by Soviet Russia and Germany further shows that Europe is likely to form a "Palin-Roro-Moscow" axis, and if a "North-West-Tokyo axis" is formed in Asia. So "Don't we have any information on this?" After hearing the president's question, Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox looked at Secretary of War Henry Lewis Stimson with an almost mocking look. "Intelligence?" Gentlemen do not read other people's letters! "Our honorable and respected Secretary Stimson disbanded almost all the intelligence agencies at once. Look what our intelligence agencies are doing now?" Before and after the end of the European War, the United States had an advanced intelligence agency, and for a long time after the dissolution of Shi Dingsheng, the intelligence agency of the United States has been in a state of chaos. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is responsible for domestic intelligence work, while the State Department, the Sixth Military Department and the Navy Department are responsible for national intelligence activities. Each organization does things in its own way, the boundaries of the areas of responsibility are not divided, some are duplicated, some are not studied at all, intelligence collection and analysis are not systematic, and the quality of personnel is generally low. Not only can they not submit high-quality information, but they often quarrel and engage in internal strife over the unfair allocation of funds or some "overstepping the authority". Seeing the opportunity, a large number of German, Soviet, and Chinese spies seized this opportunity and came to the United States to frantically engage in intelligence. At this time, many confidential things of the US government lacked the necessary means of secrecy and control. It was simply too easy to get them. Was it possible for the United States to get their intelligence? "Our country is completely lacking in a decent intelligence and counter-intelligence agency!" Frank Knox added. Faced with the criticism of his colleagues, Henry Lewis Stimson answered with silence. After all, he was telling the truth. He did disband himself. He disbanded a large number of intelligence agencies. He had his own reasons at that time. At that time, intelligence agencies had become tools for politicians to attack each other, not national intelligence agencies. It was necessary to disband them. Does that mean that we simply do not know whether there is a secret clause behind the treaty between China and Japan? Is everything we have now based on extrapolation? The cynicism among cabinet members on intelligence issues made Roosevelt feel a little angry, which was actually very dissatisfied with the current situation of American intelligence agencies, and had to constantly coordinate the disputes among intelligence agencies. A few years ago,Inflatable water park factory, in order to expand counter-intelligence work, he gave the FBI a special grant, which made other intelligence agencies very unconvinced.