The Japanese rightist

Thursday, October 26, 2006

Leave Israel alone and turn back to backyard

What most of Japanese have as an impression on recent strategy of US around middle East would be "apparently they are wasting money and getting burnt out."

The most unbelievable fact for us is that news of dead US soldiers have been frequently reported, which never happens in Japan where soldiers' life are extremely enhanced since the end of WWII, subscribers of a message board, 2ch, say.

While US mass media appeal that those patriotic soldiers protect citizens from terrorism overseas, cameras are totally apathy toward the urgent crisis in East Asia. Here Japan and Taiwan are confronting three big tyrants, China, Russia, and North Korea. Plus South Korea is almost swallowed and colored with red by to-be the same country.

Meanwhile curiosity seekers in Japan found out US mass media are so influenced by jewish people. Controlled by Israel, it isn't like the country holding hegemony over the world. Now you know US has more enemies these days than ten years ago. Make up another enemy and Bush is OK with it because the approval rate rises up.

This situation is like, US is doing a high-pitch dancing themselves to burn out while others are gaining power. One of only a few countries, Japan, is today highly worried about this, knowing that US showed its moderate attitude toward North Korea after the news of nuclear test.

What is worse is that North Korea will bolster their self-confidence and never stop developing nuclear weapons. Some in Washington are hesitated by the threat "Seoul to be sheet of fire". In this sense, it's correct to retreat US military from Seoul. However, I anticipate a black future: this threat will develop to "Seoul, Tokyo, and California to be sheet of fire" 5 years later and they are going to withdraw much more grubstake that would cover their military expenditure first.

Bush and white house must take immediate actions to pressure more on Pyonyang such as point attack on Pyonyang and nuclear facilities. The reason they are stuck is they don't see the ultimate goal in East Asia; it has to be set as "regime change from inside North Korea into a democratic country, propagating to China". That way, US and Japan can appreciate the safety of Pacific Ocean with minimum effort. The wave of democracy must arise inside its body, and a counter-example evidence is clearly shown in the case of Iraq. They never get together for co-existence with support of America. However, we can bring democracy to North Korea with a bit of booster shot.

As a matter of fact, many polemicists in Japan already predicted the particulars of Iraq. Since Bush pictured the fantasy, "bring democracy to Iraq as we did on Japan and Germany", a misconception is to be lead to a disaster. He should have known that Iraq composes several peoples.

The best way is thus leave Israel alone and turn to East Asia with the same slogan, "Bring democracy to North Korea." In contrast to democratic Iran, it would be much easier to change this country only if US has wisdom not to put the critical problem on the back burner.


At 10/28/2006 12:18:00 AM , Anonymous Unit 731 said...

Racial purity! Damn strait. OI!

You're right my brother - fuck those koreans, jews and blacks.
Keep bloodlines pure!

Japan will always have a special place in our hearts because you fought with the mighty Nazi brotherhood in WWII.

Japan and the Nazi brotherhood will always be united. It's good the knowledge has been passed down to your generation.

Nazi holocaust, Nanjing massacre -- we know it's all bullshit, brother.
Never happened and we need your sites to keep telling the world because the media is against us, twists everything to lies.

Remember your grandparents Nazi ties my friend. Fight the good fight for us in Japan.

Here are some links to other English sites like yours. You can link to them on your site to spread the truth.


Racial purity! OI!

At 10/29/2006 01:57:00 AM , Blogger Mr. Ballistic said...


You must be a little bit confused 731, you do remember that Japanese agents actively sheltered Jews from the Holocaust. Go ahead and look up Fugu Keikaku in Hitler called the jews Asiatics and Orientals. Hitler made an alliance with Japan for the same reason he allied with Stalin in 39 : not enough room in the ovens at the time. Hitler found room in '41 for the Slavs...

At 10/29/2006 04:31:00 AM , Blogger Mr. Ballistic said...


I know having 0ver 200,000 of US troop s on the other side of the world is not helping Japan's interests. But the real question is why the 30,000 troops the US still has in Korea area are not allowed to strike at the reactors now.

These static, fixed targets can be attacked by B-52s stationed in Guam, the same ones used to attak in Iraq and Afganistan. The US simply cannot deliver an invasion plan that would not bring in the Chinese.

An invasion would have been a tough proposition even in 2002, when bush had all the cards. China is by treaty obligated to send troops to North Korea's defense in case of attack.

In 1994, when Clinton considered bombing the reactors China promised Kim Jong Il over 100,000 troops and all the bullets he could shoot if the US Invaded. If US did not have the resources to decisively defeat china in a land war in 1950 What better chances does the US have now.

If there were 200,000 US troops in Korea right now President Roh would still let them do nothing.

At 11/02/2006 07:29:00 PM , Blogger yellowpeep said...

Unit 731,
Thank you for your comments.
Nazi must have had a bright side. You may have some points I can agree with. At least the feelings Japanese have against Nazi is not so bad as other countries.

At 11/02/2006 07:42:00 PM , Blogger yellowpeep said...

mr. Ballistic,

Looks like you're acquainted with Japanese history in WWII. I didn't know about Fugu keikaku (blowfish plan). After reading web pages, it seems to have been named after the risk of this plan. The promotion of jewish immigration into Manchuria could be profitable or dangerous. After all it became dead letter later.

The founder of Shell petroleum is Jewish, and the logo, the yellow shell symbolizes a shell he caught on a beach in Yokohama, a neighboring city of Tokyo. Jewish have considerable relationship with Japan although they are apart. Jewish and Japanese were against each other in WWII, so everything is a good memory.

At 11/05/2006 07:25:00 PM , Blogger yellowpeep said...

Japanese government may as well get frustrated recently because the fists of China and US are seen to put down.

Moreover, Japan lost concession in Azadegan oilfield in Iran. What country swooped in instead? It was China. The more time US takes in Middle East the worse the situation leans away Japan, too.

The air strike plan at Pyonyang is of course not feasible, but I thought it was worth mentioning it. Well, a couple of days ago someone probably White house implied that, though.

The situation didn't change. Roh is still not changing his track. Knowing that, North Korea bolsters its self-confidence on their hard-lining policy.

This equilibrium is back again to Clinton's era. Rather, it's just we had them conceal more dangerous cards.

From neutral point of view, this is one of a desirable equilibrium which we don't welcome so much. North Korea was that clever to know an agrrement among 6 countries would be awaited after this nuclear test.

At 11/05/2006 11:11:00 PM , Blogger Mr. Ballistic said...

I believe no one should be ostricized for disliking Jews.
I believe that the truth of the Holocaust and Nanjing incidents can and should be rationally debated.
I am not a Jew, without a single Jewish gandparent, and I meet the 1935 Nuremburg law definition of Aryan.

Fugu Keikaku of course does not fit in with the Occupations mandate that Japanese must be ashamed of all their achivements between 1937-45. The Third Reich and the Kokutai are to be forever consiged to the same bin, no matter the difference.

Hitler's Idea of diversity was Protestant and Catholic German living together in peace.

The Greater East Asian Co-Prospertiy sphere was inherently multicultural even if it did stress Japan. During my undergraduate study of Russians living in Manchukuo, thousands of Russians felt themselves full citizens of the state as far as a non-Japanese can be.

At 11/06/2006 11:24:00 AM , Blogger yellowpeep said...

Oh my gosh! I did a terrible mistake in my second last comment. Please put "NOT" in the last sentence like "so everything (between jews and japanese) is NOT a good memory."

It's annoying I can't insert changes in comments.

The theme "Manchukuo" could be in my blog's categories. It has a lot of interesting profiles. Let us discuss it some other time. BTW, I'm not a historian, but just an engineer. It takes long time to do an investigation on some topic and post an article. I wish I could have 30 hours a day.

At 11/07/2006 10:30:00 PM , Blogger Mr. Ballistic said...

For an engineer you are a very competent writer and the hard work of translation should not be underestimated. Your writing skills rival many Americans in this respect.

I was trained in history, so I understand how nearly impossible it is to create a water-tight argument.

In geo-political terns I would say that Japan's declining relations with Moscow are far more dangerous for energy security. Some curious contradictory policies are at work but Japan lost big when Sakhalin One was routed to China. The middle east is going to get worse with or without Israel, and losing out on terrorism-proof oil will hurt Japan soon.

I like the ABM alliance, but I like strong allies better. Joining in collaboration with US ABM really hurt Japanese engergy security.
Putin seems hell-bent on punishing Japan for the closer alliance with US, especially for the ABM shield. Killing innocent fishermen was obviously just califying the point.

There is at least one benefit for China's encroachment into the middle east: if you follow the news it seem s that al-quaeda has a bone to pick with Chinese engineers in Pakistan. Once Musharraf's luck runs out China will have a Nuclear Al-Quaeda problem on the border it cannot blame on Israel.


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