Japan must pay for protection against the threat of silence

Presidential hopeful Donald Trump has declared Japan must pay for the service being provided by Americans in trains protecting people from the threat of silence.

Japan has been under the umbrella of protection by the U.S.A from the menace of silence in and around train carriages since the end of World War Two.

“Without our booming voices you would be living in perpetual silence, comfortably commuting inside train carriages and any other form of public transport,” said Trump.

Trump claims Americans can kill silence from at least one and a half carriages away – even with inter-carriage doors firmly closed.

“Japan must start pulling their weight,” said Trump. “America is sick of policing Japan’s trains from the dangers of silence.”