Thank-you comments to YouTube and Omita for the world's first YouTube Game “YouTube Ice Cream Shop Game”

YouTuber Omita

Omita [ Omi Miyabina ]

YouTuber Omita

Omita [ Omi Miyabina ]

It is a hot topic in the news all over the world.

ITABASHI-KU, TOKYO, JAPAN, November 27, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — After YouTuber Omita started the world's first “YouTube ice cream shop game” which viewers can actually play in November 2021, the site was featured on TV stations in the United States and became big news in Japan as well as around the world.

The response was great. Many comments were received from all over the world in the YouTube comment section.

In the comment section, the following remarks of praise have been posted.
“I couldn't go out much because of the coronavirus. It's a lot of fun to be an ice cream shop clerk in this game. Many thanks to YouTube and Omita.”
“My children are fascinated with the screen when I play the game, so it is very helpful.”
“The clerks in the YouTube Ice Cream Shop Game are cool and cute.”
“This game is really fashionable and amusing.”
“Whoever thought up this game is a genius.”
“Pure relaxation.”
“This game is an ice cream sensation.”
“It's amazing that people can think up a variety of interesting games like this.”

The world's first YouTube game has become a hot topic in news and other media around the world. It has been well received because visitors actually feel like a male or female clerk working at an ice cream shop. They feel happy and very amused.

Takahiro Kobayashi
Jyunka Association
+81 80-2674-7603
takahiro28@docomo.ne.jp

YouTube Ice Cream Shop Game


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Iran: Posting placards of messages of Iranian Resistance leadership about Isfahan uprising

11/26/2021-"Massoud Rajavi: overthrowing the inhuman enemy is inevitable,"

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): “Massoud Rajavi: overthrowing the inhuman enemy is inevitable,”

11/26/2021-"Maryam Rajavi: Compatriot youth, join the Resistance Units,"

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): “Maryam Rajavi: Compatriot youth, join the Resistance Units,”

11/26/2021-"Maryam Rajavi: martyrs of the uprising are the price for the Iranian people’s freedom of,"

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): “Maryam Rajavi: martyrs of the uprising are the price for the Iranian people’s freedom of,”

11/26/2021-"Massoud Rajavi: The flames of uprisings will not be extinguished,"

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): “Massoud Rajavi: The flames of uprisings will not be extinguished,”

11/26/2021-"Massoud Rajavi: We must obtain our rights. We must rise up to obtain our rights from the anti-human clerical regime,"

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): “Massoud Rajavi: We must obtain our rights. We must rise up to obtain our rights from the anti-human clerical regime,”

11/26/2021-"Isfahan and Shahrekord are not left alone.

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): “Massoud Rajavi: “Isfahan and Shahrekord are not left alone.

11/26/2021-The water was stolen by the mullahs and the Revolutionary Guards.

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): The water was stolen by the mullahs and the Revolutionary Guards.

11/26/2021-The thirst of the Iranian people will only be quenched when they rise up and overthrow the regime.”

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): The thirst of the Iranian people will only be quenched when they rise up and overthrow the regime.”

Massoud Rajavi: We must obtain our rights. We must rise up to obtain our rights from the anti-human clerical regime" "Isfahan and Shahrekord are not left alone

The activities took place extensively in Isfahan and other cities across Iran.
Maryam Rajavi: Compatriot youth, join the Resistance Units
Massoud Rajavi: overthrowing the inhuman enemy is inevitable”

— NCRI

PARIS, FRANCE, November 26, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The activities took place extensively in Isfahan and other cities across Iran.
Maryam Rajavi: Compatriot youth, join the Resistance Units
Massoud Rajavi: overthrowing the inhuman enemy is inevitable

The activities took place extensively in Isfahan and other cities across Iran.

Among the slogans were: "Maryam Rajavi: Compatriot youth, join the Resistance Units,"

"Maryam Rajavi: martyrs of the uprising are the price for the Iranian people’s freedom of,"

"Massoud Rajavi: overthrowing the inhuman enemy is inevitable,"

"Massoud Rajavi: The flames of uprisings will not be extinguished,"

"Massoud Rajavi: We must obtain our rights. We must rise up to obtain our rights from the anti-human clerical regime,"

"Isfahan and Shahrekord are not left alone.

The water was stolen by the mullahs and the Revolutionary Guards. The thirst of the Iranian people will only be quenched when they rise up and overthrow the regime.”

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI)
November 26, 2021

Shahin Gobadi
NCRI
+33 6 51 65 32 31
email us here


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First-of-Its-Kind Constitutional Amendment Event for State Legislators

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Academy of States 2.0

Leading organizations advocating amendments addressing the nation's major systemic challenges have jointly organized the Academy of States 2.0 for Dec. 1, 2021.

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA, USA, November 26, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ —

Academy of States 2, December 1, 7:00-11:15 am (PST)
First-of-Its-Kind Constitutional Amendment Event for State Legislators

At this first-of-its-kind, cross-partisan event, nearly all the nation’s leading organizations advocating constitutional amendments addressing fiscal responsibility, campaign finance or term limits have jointly organized Academy of States 2, to be held in conjunction with the ALEC 2021 States & Nation Policy Summit.

AoS2 cosponsors are American Legislative Exchange Council, American Promise, Association of Mature American Citizens, Bill of Financial Responsibilities, National Tax Limitation Committee, Path to Reform, Reason Foundation, Reagan Project, State Legislators Article V Caucus, US Term Limits, Vote Americans’ Prosperity First Amendment and Wolf-PAC.

AoS2 will be a conference of state legislators of all party affiliations, focused on the several states’ role in advancing amendments to the U.S. Constitution. All 7,400+ sitting state legislators have been invited to participate, in person in San Diego or via Zoom. Non-legislators and media may attend as observers via registration here. A Zoom link will be emailed to registrants just prior to the December 1 event.

Following keynotes, organizational advocates will briefly present their case for amendments addressing fiscal responsibility, campaign finance, term limits and state delegate selection and oversight legislation. After each presentation, sitting state legislators will pose questions and comments, then participate in a recorded straw poll on each proposal.

Given the cross-partisan and pan-ideological makeup of its cosponsors, AoS2 marks a noteworthy break in the hardened partisanship, ideological animus and congressional gridlock marking domestic politics. Our goal is to inspire the states to use their constitutional powers under our federal system to address the nation’s major structural challenges.

Constitutional scholars believe that our nation is at the precipice of a fifth wave of amendments to the US Constitution, with leading initiatives focused on federal fiscal responsibility, campaign finance, congressional term limits and the balance of powers under federalism. Advocates now count 33 of the needed 34 states having adopted resolutions calling for a convention of states charged with drafting a fiscal responsibility amendment (including five with “plenary” subject resolutions), four states with single-subject term limits resolutions, 15 states with multi-subject resolutions that include term limits, five states with single-subject campaign finance resolutions and 22 states with non-binding resolutions calling upon Congress to draft a campaign finance amendment.

Academy of States cosponsors support the amending process laid out in Article V of the U.S. Constitution, such that any amendment qualifying for ratification by the States will either be drafted by Congress or by a duly formed Convention for proposing Amendments whose delegates are limited to consideration of subjects adopted by resolution of at least thirty-four states. Given the extraordinary, cross-partisan consensus required to meet the thirty-eight-state ratification threshold, Academy of States cosponsors do not oppose amendments proposed by one another.

Contact:
Karla Jones for ALEC, Kjones@alec.org (202) 870-4221
Jim Rubens for American Promise, JimRubens@gmail.com (603) 359-3300

Mae James
Vote "Americans' Prosperity First" Amendment Campaign
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Wealthy Americans Seeking Financial Privacy Abroad

Americans increasing concerned about rising taxes and financial privacy

A citizenship from Saint Kitts is the golden parachute to have for every wealth American”

— Chirag Giri

CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA, UNITED STATES, November 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — An increasing number of Americans are looking for financial emancipation by seeking solutions outside of US borders. As the American Government tightens the noose around wealth through the new proposed tax reform, those who worked their entire lives amassing their assets are left to ponder whether holding on to the American passport is actually worth it.
In many cases, the answer is that it isn't. Record numbers of Americans are renouncing their citizenship, but they need to obtain a second one so they aren't left stateless. Some are already dual citizens, but those who don't have a second home are steering towards the Caribbean nation of St. Kitts & Nevis, a small Commonwealth country that offers its citizenship in exchange for an affordable investment in its economy.

Why are US citizens renouncing their citizenship?

The US, long labelled as the holy grail of immigration, and home to the American Dream, is not what it used to be. The American Dream turned out to be shackled by a complex – and exhausting – tax regime, while financial privacy in the US is near extinction.
The American Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) has been a thorn in every American's side living outside of the US. Complex tax return filings and debilitating tax rates have left Americans abroad reeling. No one likes paying taxes, but people expect something in return when they do. Those living abroad are hardly getting the bare minimum in return for their taxes, making it no wonder why many of them, especially those living in tax-friendly nations, are looking to relieve themselves of the massive tax burden.

Why Americans are rushing towards St. Kitts & Nevis

Situated in the Caribbean, St. Kitts & Nevis is already popular among the American elite as a touristic hotspot full of luxurious resorts and unmatched natural beauty. But the most intriguing allure of St. Kitts & Nevis is its citizenship by investment program, which has seen a massive influx of American applicants in the past couple of years.
Starting at 150,000 USD investment for a single applicant, an applicant with a clean criminal background can become a citizen of St. Kitts & Nevis within a few months.
The country's passport, which provides visa-free travel to 157 destinations worldwide, including the UK, EU, and Singapore, is one of the best in the world.
For Americans looking to escape the USA's massive tax burden, the St. Kitts & Nevis passport offers a good alternative in terms of global mobility but goes beyond that in what it offers in terms of financial emancipation.
The Caribbean country does not impose wealth, capital gains, or inheritance tax. More crucially, it does not tax its citizens based on their citizenship status, rather their status as tax-residents. This means anyone who does not spend more than six months a year in St. Kitts & Nevis is not taxed on their worldwide income.
The lack of capital gains and wealth tax in St. Kitts & Nevis is extremely interesting, especially now since the US government is looking into nearly doubling capital gains tax while gifts and estate tax may rise a staggering 62%,

Hence, St. Kitts & Nevis offers a robust alternative for the American elite to safeguard their assets against ludicrous tax rates. But it isn't just about the taxes; it is about the entire financial framework in the Caribbean country.
Nevis, in particular, has a robust financial services sector that is highly exclusive and extremely private. People will still announce their assets and income to the government to maintain their legitimate standing, but the public, especially foreign creditors, will find it near impossible to gather information about a Nevisian bank account or LLC except what the owner wants to divulge. This gives the wealthy more privacy in a world dominated by social media and a lack of confidentiality.
Nevis also has a great setup for asset protection tools, such as offshore bank accounts and offshore trusts, which are legal tools one can use to protect their wealth.

A crypto haven

Another reason Americans are flocking to St. Kitts & Nevis is the crypto-friendly nature of the country.
American cryptocurrency investors are finding it harder and harder to maintain their investments, as their nationality can be a hindrance in important coin offerings or mega crypto deals.
But it isn't just the challenging investment landscape, as the IRS is trying to crack down on cryptocurrency and is taxing cryptocurrency gains as it would stocks or bonds.
St. Kitts & Nevis does not impose capital gains tax, so that is an important point. But the overall perspective of the St. Kittian government towards cryptocurrency is what draws the likes of Roger Ver, maybe the most influential Bitcoin investor, to its shores.
Roger Ver gained a St. Kitts & Nevis citizenship through investment a few years back and has been living his life worry-free on the islands. He even claimed in a recent interview that not having to file tax returns, even if he did not have to pay anything, was one of the greatest feelings in the world due to the complexity of the tedious, time-consuming process.

Crypto investors like Roger will find a country that is welcoming towards cryptocurrency in St. Kitts & Nevis, as most of its banks deal with cryptocurrency investors, Bitcoin ATMs can be found throughout the nation, and the government is even part of the first union to launch an official digital currency dubbed D-Coin.

It is no wonder, then, why American cryptocurrency investors are heading over to the sunny shores of St. Kitts & Nevis.

For more information about St. Kitts & Nevis and how you can become a citizen through investment, contact Hepta Global today to book a free, comprehensive consultation with our CEO Chirag Giri. You can reach out to us via any of these routes:
Email at email@heptaglobal.com
Whatsapp/Signal/Telegram or Telephone at +17046590730

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Hepta Global LP
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Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari protests by tens of thousands of people against water shortage in Shahrekord

11/25/2021-The demonstrators chanted, “We are fighting women and men. Fight and we will fight back,” and “We will turn water to blood”. They also vowed to continue the protests until their demands are met.

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): The demonstrators chanted, “We are fighting women and men. Fight and we will fight back,” and “We will turn water to blood”. They also vowed to continue the protests until their demands are met.

11/25/2021-the most important steel industries are located in the central desert regions! This is because most of Iran’s economic managers, especially in petrochemicals and steel, have been from desert provinces such as Isfahan and Yazd.

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): the most important steel industries are located in the central desert regions! This is because most of Iran’s economic managers, especially in petrochemicals and steel, have been from desert provinces such as Isfahan and Yazd.

11/25/2021-The production of each kilo of steel consumes about 30,000 liters of water. In addition to the drying up of the Zayandehrud River, groundwater aquifers are also at high risk of drying out. (The state-run Setareh Sobh newspaper – November 22, 20

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): The production of each kilo of steel use about 30,000 liters of water. In addition to the drying up of the Zayandehrud groundwater aquifers are also at high risk of drying out. (The state-run Setareh Sobh newspaper – November 22, 2021).

11/12/2021-Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), saluted the freedom-loving compatriots in Isfahan, Chaharmahal, and Bakhtiari, and Shahrekord who foiled the clerical regime’s

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI):Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), saluted the freedom-loving compatriots in Isfahan, Chaharmahal, and Bakhtiari, and Shahrekord who foiled the clerical regime’s.

11/25/2021-The Iranian regime has been holding the majority of this river behind IRGC-constructed dams and it is using the water for large steel factories and nuclear sites

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): The Iranian regime has been holding the majority of this river behind IRGC-constructed dams and it is using the water for large steel factories and nuclear sites.

11/12/2021-The people and women of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari chanted in front of the governor’s office, “Governor, governor, helpless servant,” “Our enemy is right here, they lie when they say it is America

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI):The people and women of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari chanted in front of the governor’s office, “Governor, governor, helpless servant,” “Our enemy is right here, they lie when they say it is America.

11/12/25-Unless the water problem caused by the mismanagement of the Islamic Republic and the water mafia is resolved, we will not give up for a moment and leave the square,” the demonstrators vowed.

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Unless the water problem caused by the mismanagement of the Islamic Republic and the water mafia is resolved, we will not give up for a moment and leave the square,” the demonstrators vowed.

11/12/25-On Thursday, at 3 AM local time, the anti-riot police attacked the farmers who were holding a sit-in at the Khajoo Bridge, firing tear gas and setting fire to the farmers’ tents. These farmers were peacefully protesting

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): On Thursday, at 3 AM local time, the anti-riot police attacked the farmers who were holding a sit-in at the Khajoo Bridge, firing tear gas and setting fire to the farmers’ tents. These farmers were peacefully protesting.

At the heart of any negotiations with this regime We call to put the (IRGC) and the Ministry of Intelligence on the list of terrorist organizations.”

Maryam Rajavi: Six nationwide uprisings in recent years in Iran have shown the fragility of Khamenei has shown he was afraid of people by killing at least 1,500 people in the November 2019 uprising.”

— NCRI

PARIS, FRANCE, November 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Farmer’s Warning: We Are Either Killed in this River or You Open the Water.

The demonstrators chanted, “We are fighting women and men. Fight and we will fight back,” and “We will turn water to blood”. They also vowed to continue the protests until their demands are met.

Meanwhile, the sit-in by farmers of Isfahan, continuing round-the-clock in Zayandeh Rud river.

In a video clip posted on the Internet, a farmer, addressing the sit-in, warns the clerical regime that if the water is not returned to the river, the diversions to the Yazd and Isfahan steel refineries will be shut. “We are either killed in this river or you open the water,” he stressed.

The state-run daily Mostaghel wrote on November 22: The wrongheaded policy of setting up Mobarakeh Steel in 1991 (located in Isfahan) and Aliaji Steel in 1999 (located in Yazd) have led to the elimination of the water supply. In Iran, the most important steel industries are located in the central desert regions.

This is because most of Iran’s economic managers, especially in petrochemicals and steel, have been from desert provinces such as Isfahan and Yazd.

Another state-run media Setareh Sobh, wrote on November 22: “Each kilogram of steel production consumes about 30,000 liters of water. It is certain that these industries are consuming water from the Zayandeh Rud river.

As a result, in addition to the drying up of the Zayandeh Rud river, the underground water beds are also at high risk of drying out. And the plains of Isfahan and Khorasan sink 12 cm annually.

Attempts by repressive forces to destroy the tents of Isfahan farmers’ sit-in fails as protesters resist thousands of Bakhtiari youth demonstrated in Shahrekord on Wednesday, November 24, 2021, on the fourth day of their protests against water shortages.

The protesters chanted: “We are fighters, fight, and we will fight back,” “Our enemy is right here, they lie when they say it’s America,” “The government itself is the mafia, (plundering the water), death to the mafia,” “Bakhtiari dies, does not accept humiliation,” “Beware of when we pick up our guns,” and “Next step is to blast the water extensions.”

Fearing the continuation of the protests, the clerical regime and its repressive forces tried to prevent the protesters from chanting anti-regime slogans by seizing the stage and the microphone.
The plainclothes agents clashed with the protesters and threw them down from the stage. But the demonstrators marched chanting anti-regime slogans. They continued their protests and marched to the Governor’s Office.

At the same time, Isfahan farmers’ sit-in, ongoing for round-the-clock, on Zayandeh Rud Riverbed, was attacked by the regime’s repressive security forces, who tried to tear down the tents and banners but were forced to retreat, given the farmers’ resistance and support by other citizens.

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran(NCRI), saluted the freedom-loving compatriots in Isfahan, Chaharmahal, and Bakhtiari, and Shahrekord who foiled the clerical regime’s attempt to attack the demonstrators and their plot to divert the protester’s demands.
She reiterated: We can earn our rights to both water and freedom only by rising up, resisting, and remaining steadfast in the face of the mullahs’ savagery.

On Thursday, at 3 AM local time, the anti-riot police attacked the farmers who were holding a sit-in at the Khajoo Bridge, firing tear gas and setting fire to the farmers’ tents. These farmers were peacefully protesting at the dried river bed of Zayandeh Rud and they were asking the state to stop monopolizing the water that has been vital for their agriculture.

Special units were also smashing the farmers’ tents with a loader and tried to force people to leave. The youth started to throw stones at the police. The farmers have already called for a large gathering on Friday, November 26.

The Iranian regime has been holding the majority of this river behind IRGC-constructed dams and it is using the water for large steel factories and nuclear sites.

The people and women of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari chanted in front of the governor’s office, “Governor, governor, helpless servant,” “Our enemy is right here, they lie when they say it is America,” and “The government itself is the mafia, death to the mafia.”

Security forces tried to prevent the protests from spreading. By taking control of the speech platform and its microphone, they attempted to prevent anti-government chants.

The plainclothes agents clashed with the people and threw them off the platform. But the demonstrators continued to march, chanting anti-government slogans and marched to the governor’s office.

“Unless the water problem caused by the mismanagement of the Islamic Republic and the water mafia is resolved, we will not give up for a moment and leave the square,” the demonstrators vowed.

women of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari.
Women address protesters in Shahrekord (center) and Isfahan.

Both women farmers and other women in Isfahan province actively participate in this protest and give speeches.

On Wednesday, November 24, 2021, the speakers included a woman who called on the people of different provinces to unite, show solidarity, and confront the divisive tricks of the clerical regime.

The security forces tried to tear down the sit-in tents of the farmers and collect their banners. However, they were forced to leave the scene with the farmers’ resistance, who enjoyed the support of the locals.

The wrong policies of establishing Mobarakeh Steel in 1991 in Isfahan and Alloy Steel in 1999 in Yazd were among the measures that led to the destruction of water, wrote the state-run press. (The state-run Mostaghel newspaper – November 22, 2021)

The production of each kilo of steel consumes about 30,000 liters of water. In addition to the drying up of the Zayandehrud River, groundwater aquifers are also at high risk of drying out. (The state-run Setareh Sobh newspaper – November 22, 2021)

Of course, the clerical regime’s media and newspapers do not write about the nuclear and missile industries, which are located in the same areas and consume a large amount of Zayandehrud’s water.

Addressing the French National Assembly via a televised speech, Mrs. Rajavi said: “For 30 years, with a hundred accounts of revelations, the Iranian Resistance has informed the world about the regime’s intention to acquire the nuclear bomb. In August 2002, it revealed two major nuclear sites.

Unfortunately, the world missed this opportunity to end the mullahs’ dangerous activities. Today the IAEA believes that the regime is close to making a bomb, an outcome of the policy of complacency.”

Mrs. Rajavi added: “Six nationwide uprisings in recent years in Iran have shown the fragility of the dictatorship. Khamenei has shown how afraid he is of the people by killing at least 1,500 people in the November 2019 uprising. By acquiring the nuclear bomb and interfering in countries of the Middle East, he wants to guarantee his power.”

President-elect of the NCRI concluded: “The critical question is whether Europe and the West will stand with the Iranian people for freedom and democracy or the mullahs whose end has begun? We call on Europe and France to be firm.

Human rights should be at the heart of any negotiations with this regime. We call on them to put the Revolutionary Guards and the Ministry of Intelligence on the list of terrorist organizations.”

Shahin Gobadi
NCRI
+33 6 51 65 32 31
email us here

On Thursday, the anti-riot police attacked the farmers who were holding a sit-in at the Khajoo Bridge, firing tear gas and setting fire to the farmers’ tents.


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