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Right-wing hawk sweeps to power in Japan

 
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Asian neighbours nervous after election comeback for Japanese 'warmonger'

In campaign speeches, he dwelt on deteriorating Sino-Japanese ties, which have soured over a bitter territorial dispute. "Japan's beautiful seas and its territory are under threat," he said this month. "I promise to protect Japan's land and sea, and the lives of the Japanese people no matter what."

Mr Abe has repeatedly pledged to challenge Japan's pacifist constitution and increase defence spending, a strategy likely to anger China and South Korea. The China Daily has dubbed him a "warmonger with dangerous designs".
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I thought the previous PM (Noda) did a good enough job of almost starting a war with China.

This guy will practically guarantee one!
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12/16/2012 04:37 PM
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I have long said that deteriorating US-Sino relations will come about when the US is asked to back Japan's play.

Japan is rich but isolated geographically on that bony island with scant resources and vulnerable lines of supply while the PRC is rapidly militarizing.
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Japan is so over.

It's a race between becoming an uninhabitable radiation zone, or falling into the sea.

damned
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The Buddhist-backed New Komeito, has confirmed that it is willing to form a coalition government, but the LDP has not ruled out co-operating with the right-wing Japan Restoration Party, set to win about 45 seats. An LDP/Restoration government is likely to take a harder line on foreign policy.
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Japan is so over.

It's a race between becoming an uninhabitable radiation zone, or falling into the sea.

damned
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It would appear that way, which is why a good old fashioned war might be on the cards soon. Really big ones tend to kick-start the economy in some very unique ways.
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The Buddhist-backed New Komeito, has confirmed that it is willing to form a coalition government, but the LDP has not ruled out co-operating with the right-wing Japan Restoration Party, set to win about 45 seats. An LDP/Restoration government is likely to take a harder line on foreign policy.
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This is all moot.

There won't be a Japan 5 years from now.
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Restoration party emerges as ‘third force’
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The former Tokyo governor - and leader of the Japan Restoration Party - is a vocal critic of China who wants to scrap Japan’s pacifistic constitution and has repeatedly called for the nation to consider development of nuclear weapons.
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Japan is so over.

It's a race between becoming an uninhabitable radiation zone, or falling into the sea.

damned
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It would appear that way, which is why a good old fashioned war might be on the cards soon. Really big ones tend to kick-start the economy in some very unique ways.
 Quoting: The Tauremini


Japan and China have a mutual hate relationship. And no wonder, given their history.

But, I believe Japan has a number of nuclear weapons and would use them to go out in a blaze of glory, should it come to war between the two.

I don't think China would be so foolish as to start a conflict, though.
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Here ya go! Real doom:



I am the author of this video.

However, the Holy Spirit had me leave the U.S. last month.
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The Buddhist-backed New Komeito, has confirmed that it is willing to form a coalition government, but the LDP has not ruled out co-operating with the right-wing Japan Restoration Party, set to win about 45 seats. An LDP/Restoration government is likely to take a harder line on foreign policy.
 Quoting: The Tauremini


This is all moot.

There won't be a Japan 5 years from now.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30051589


Hah, a bad bet. If nothing else it will be a FOB of the US.
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Here ya go! Real doom:



I am the author of this video.

However, the Holy Spirit had me leave the U.S. last month.
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and where are you now?
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Japan is so over.

It's a race between becoming an uninhabitable radiation zone, or falling into the sea.

damned
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30051589



It would appear that way, which is why a good old fashioned war might be on the cards soon. Really big ones tend to kick-start the economy in some very unique ways.
 Quoting: The Tauremini


Japan and China have a mutual hate relationship. And no wonder, given their history.

But, I believe Japan has a number of nuclear weapons and would use them to go out in a blaze of glory, should it come to war between the two.

I don't think China would be so foolish as to start a conflict, though.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30051589


Arabs have a saying, "With my brother against my cousin. With my cousin, against the world."

What I have seen in many dreams is this: Japan will unite with China and Russia. They will successfully invade. American Indians will aid them so that all Indians with traditional long hair will be banned from major cities, which will be barricaded.

Remember, the Japanese actually resent the U.S. for Hiroshima and Nagasaki. They don't care about their imperialist, enslavement policy that brought it about. They all are well aware of every rape and/or murder case brought against U.S. sailors and Marines on the islands. Blacks also commit a lot of crime there. (Seriously) Japanese have a difficult time identifying blacks, and convictions are almost zero. I have never seen greater racism, anywhere, ever, than the pro-black racism of blacks in Japan. There are clubs where only blacks or Japanese women are allowed. White or Hispanic, walk in, get beat down. That's it. No discussion.

Black Marines used to play a game. I forgot the name, exactly. It was something like "Punch" or "Knock-out". The rules were simple. Each player put in $5 (varies). They drew straws. On his turn, each man had just one punch to knock out the next person who rounded the corner, no matter who it was.

They knocked out old ladies, put out teeth from strangers, and once punched a Marine officer (not knocking him out). The officer said, "You just f***ed up. You hit an officer." At this, the group beat him into the hospital.

Another time, a very attractive Marine female officer was abducted while jogging outside the base wall. It was a group of American blacks. They gang raped her. That made the base paper. How many local girls suffered the same?

So, yeah, Japanese totally hate Americans. There is an annual protest day when the Americans are told to stay on the base. Gangs ride around in armored buses with sticks and weapons looking for U.S. soldiers to teach a lesson.

Yes, the Japanese have some hatred of Americans.

However, for the record, the Americans still have never equaled the brutality and stark evil of the Japanese in China and in Korea.

When it is their turn, it is going to be dark. Trust me, the Holy Spirit has shown me that, too.

Are you right with God? Have you sought to become a direct follower of God, or do you still follow men on tv and behind pulpits Sunday mornings?

Better ditch those false teachers and find the real God.

"Come out of her my people, lest you suffer with her for her iniquities."
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Re: Right-wing hawk sweeps to power in Japan
The Buddhist-backed New Komeito, has confirmed that it is willing to form a coalition government, but the LDP has not ruled out co-operating with the right-wing Japan Restoration Party, set to win about 45 seats. An LDP/Restoration government is likely to take a harder line on foreign policy.
 Quoting: The Tauremini


This is all moot.

There won't be a Japan 5 years from now.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30051589


Hah, a bad bet. If nothing else it will be a FOB of the US.
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+1000
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12/16/2012 05:43 PM
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So glad he won. A seriously positive thing for Japan.
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12/16/2012 05:59 PM
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Now the question we're all wondering...

What's Ben Fulford's take on this?

lmao
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Now the question we're all wondering...

What's Ben Fulford's take on this?

lmao
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Gayvid Ra-Cock and Ben Fulford are on vacation in Hawaii, at this time.
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So glad he won. A seriously positive thing for Japan.
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Is he going to stop the radiation from Fukushima?

Of course not.

Japan is now an experiment, like a Petri Dish.

damned
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12/16/2012 06:23 PM
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So glad he won. A seriously positive thing for Japan.
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Is he going to stop the radiation from Fukushima?

Of course not.

Japan is now an experiment, like a Petri Dish.

damned
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30051589


Fukushima is certainly a worrisome event but it is hardly the end of the world. Have a sense of perspective. In March 2011 GLP was full of people screeching that global doom would be here in less than a month. It's been over a year and a half now and the doom has yet to materialize. I'm not saying that it's harmless and there won't be problems...merely that it isn't what GLP exaggerations have expected.

And there is more to Japan than Fukushima. Other problems include social malaise, economic malaise, and problems with China and Korea. The DJP has done a shitty job of dealing with these matters and a shift to the right is just what the country needs.
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So glad he won. A seriously positive thing for Japan.
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Are you serious??? Back to building useless building, roads. Back to brown envelopes passed under the table. LDP is what led us into this mess in the first place and now Japan decided to let them rule again?!? This country is truly lost.
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So glad he won. A seriously positive thing for Japan.
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Are you serious??? Back to building useless building, roads. Back to brown envelopes passed under the table. LDP is what led us into this mess in the first place and now Japan decided to let them rule again?!? This country is truly lost.
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Living in Japan, do you see Ishihara's Restoration Party rising any further? I'm hoping Abe/Ishihara is just a protest vote rather than a bigger trend.
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So glad he won. A seriously positive thing for Japan.
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I fail to see how pissing off China is in Japan's interest. The US can't protect you from the consequences.
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So glad he won. A seriously positive thing for Japan.
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Are you serious??? Back to building useless building, roads. Back to brown envelopes passed under the table. LDP is what led us into this mess in the first place and now Japan decided to let them rule again?!? This country is truly lost.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30082029


So glad he won. A seriously positive thing for Japan.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29896802

Are you serious??? Back to building useless building, roads. Back to brown envelopes passed under the table. LDP is what led us into this mess in the first place and now Japan decided to let them rule again?!? This country is truly lost.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30082029


DJP = globalist/socialist agenda. They would be working towards mass immigration like in Europe, multikulti/race-guilt politics, "diversity" etc. Those policies have failed everywhere they have been tried and would drag Japan down into a crime-ridden third-world cesspit.
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So glad he won. A seriously positive thing for Japan.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29896802


Is he going to stop the radiation from Fukushima?

Of course not.

Japan is now an experiment, like a Petri Dish.

damned
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30051589


Fukushima is certainly a worrisome event but it is hardly the end of the world. Have a sense of perspective. In March 2011 GLP was full of people screeching that global doom would be here in less than a month. It's been over a year and a half now and the doom has yet to materialize. I'm not saying that it's harmless and there won't be problems...merely that it isn't what GLP exaggerations have expected.

And there is more to Japan than Fukushima. Other problems include social malaise, economic malaise, and problems with China and Korea. The DJP has done a shitty job of dealing with these matters and a shift to the right is just what the country needs.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29896802


Yes. There is a massive cultural problem in Japan that is maybe more threatening than Fukushima.

The current Japanese generation seems to be utterly nihilistic, not to mention bizarre.
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Hot Damn!

A real, rootin'-tootin'-shootin' war in Asia....just what's needed to get the global economy out of the doldrums.
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So glad he won. A seriously positive thing for Japan.
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i hope so, and very best wishes for you and your country. thumbs
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So glad he won. A seriously positive thing for Japan.
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i hope so, and very best wishes for you and your country. thumbs
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Thanks for your kind thoughts!
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The Buddhist-backed New Komeito, has confirmed that it is willing to form a coalition government, but the LDP has not ruled out co-operating with the right-wing Japan Restoration Party, set to win about 45 seats. An LDP/Restoration government is likely to take a harder line on foreign policy.
 Quoting: The Tauremini


This is all moot.

There won't be a Japan 5 years from now.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30051589


Hah, a bad bet. If nothing else it will be a FOB of the US.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26940323


Yeah, what is the last war that the US won? WW2? Even then I only give credit to US victory in Pacific. Europe was a shared effort with USSR bearing much of the burden!
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We need to get rid of left and right wing. Totally useless now.

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