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Can Japan be Paroled to Defend Itself?

GaryCGibson

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Sixty-one years after the end of the Second World War, American military interests abroad have changed strategically. With the end of the cold war in 1990 the Soviet Union no longer presents a military threat to theÂ’ free worldÂ’, and Communist China has taken a right turn toward corporatism, while modern weapons have made the conventional tactical situations of post-war Japan obsolete.

Reading the book ‘Fascism in Western Europe 1900-1945’ by H.R. Edward I have been able to compare the political situations then and now. Corporatists did help fascism rise to power in Italy and Germany when industrialists sought to promote a control and stability party into a chaotic situation, then the global stock crash of 1929 cemented the rise of the ‘third way’ of fascism between capitalism and socialism with Hitler being made Chancellor of Germany in 1933 without the fascist ever having won a majority of votes. In Japan the militarist-industry synthesis forged a rise to power with a nominal allegiance to imperialism in the form of the Emperor while in pre-war France Camelots du Roi (agents of the king) sought to bring a monarchy to power along fascist lines.

Forces for authoritarianism are a perennial problem for society in the modern world. They consider democracy to be a cluster of mob rule. Equality and liberty are concepts the French monarchists even labeled ‘expressions of hate’.

Since Marxists and other globalists discovered that the world isnÂ’t flat they have waged a war for absolute planetary power upon nationalist democracies. In the lead up to world war two nationalism became anti-democratic itself and repressive laying up heavy stores of national origin mythology; people of the era were manipulated by mass media and lousy politicians into believing rather silly things that eventually made them allegiant to irrational forces of plain violence philosophy (consider Hamas in the Gaza today). America has a nationalism that should be based on democracy itself rather than tribalism or lofty ancestor origin, yet globalists are eradicating that and perhaps the best political hope of the world too. The insight that the world is roundish means to the corporatists that democratic nationalists havenÂ’t a right to self-rule, and that a management/ownership class must dominate a planet full of recalcitrant, shiftless employees.

In the U.S.A. liberal and conservative globalists outsource industrial infrastructure, jobs and support illegal labor immigration to prop up a maladroitly administered national economic infrastructure. Since J.M. Keynes influenced the government to moderate economic downturns with deficit spending government intervention has been and remains a fact of national economic life. Today the Bush administration fields a policy of support for globalist corporatism that is harmful to the security of the United States and the well-being of the environment.

The two major political parties in the U.S.A. are just liberal and conservative branches of corporatism. Conservative means outsourcing moral leadership to commercial Christian Churches disstructured in obsolete hierarchical priesthoods far too concerned about worldliness and politics to support a priesthood of believers following the truth of the spirit in peer support organizations with equal opportunities for church roles. Commercial and broadcast church structures instead are encouraged by the government in the hierarchical organizations to support global corporatism. The hierarchical structures tend to closely reflect business models and train church goers into corporatist sycophancy. Commercial Christian churches have a cadre of leaders pursuing careers oftimes with reliance on worldliness instead of acting within the Spirit of God I should imagine.

The liberal corporatists tend to be an anti-Christian group supporting debauchery and irresponsibility politically with neo-socialist largess from the government taxations of corporations being the object. When taxation reaches 13% corporations move abroad. The liberal chase of the will-o-the-wisp global corporation employees a socialist anti-democratic political rational toward rising of revolutionary movements and concessions rather than one of democratic elections, representations and reasoning. The present DP anti-Iraq policy is exemplary in that regard, with the Pelosi, Feinstein, Reed, Murtha axis of perennial retreat concentrating on doggish bite on-ness and not let-go-ness instead of reasoned adjudication of federal economic policies legislatively through promulgation of nationalist supporting bill creations.

Japan today is exemplar of an imperialist corporatist state converted involuntarily to non-violence. If the Japanese canÂ’t be trusted now to forgo sneak attacks and crimes against humanity, when can they? Is it reasonable for America to maintain occupation forces in Japan for 100 years?

North Korea knowing that America has taken JapanÂ’s defense upon itself, and that America is financially dependent on Chinese economic structures through global corporatist investments can afford to launch Bigger Dong missiles (size matter it is sung) toward San FranciscoÂ’s market street aware that the Feinstein/Reed axis of retreat will blame conservative corporatists for not dancing and drinking one hand free with Premier Kim as the problem with Paramount Leader KimÂ’s belligerency. Kim has no concerns about the Japanese kicking North KoreaÂ’s butt of course, and perhaps he should.

The United States canÂ’t afford to keep tens of thousands of military personnel in Japan and Okinawa so the Asian region can spend U.S. tax dollars given by the military. China, Japan and North Korea need to have a balance of their own that America doesnÂ’t need to subsidize. Japan and China together have vast economies surpassing that of the U.S.A., and the United States can better spend its military dollars by withdrawing its Asian troops to Forts Richardson/Wainwright Alaska and a new base at Haiti for warm weather training if the marines and the Haitian people so desire.

The United States can defend itself against Asian aggression through a number of global stand-off weapons it is presupposed I think reasonably, and Taiwan can be given sufficient defense weapons to assure deterrence of Mainland Chinese attack because of the m.a.d. doctrine effective in bilateral Soviet-American policy. If the administration and congress choose to continue a U.S. military presence in Japan, it should demand right of return, legal illegal immigration and a fast track to dual citizenship for all Americans.
 

Mr. P

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:scratch: IÂ’m just a simple and slow southern boy. Could you focus on just one thing fer me?
 

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Welcome, Gary.

Please read the rules, which specifically state that if you copy and paste items from the web, you need to provide a link to that website. Web filters at work don't allow me to get the full URL, but at least part of your post quite obviously came from http://www.ourmedia.org/blog .
 

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5stringJeff said:
Welcome, Gary.

Please read the rules, which specifically state that if you copy and paste items from the web, you need to provide a link to that website. Web filters at work don't allow me to get the full URL, but at least part of your post quite obviously came from http://www.ourmedia.org/blog .

I tracked it down to the 3rd page, but Gary wrote that too. It didn't make any more sense there, but seems to be his own.
 

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is well written and most certainly brings alot of food for thought. I'm with Mr. P on this one. My little pea sized capacitator only runs at about 200Mhz. This is obviously a 2 gig article.

If I am drawing from it what I think, I assume he is making a case for realotment of resources from the orient. This would seem reasonable as it applies to Japan, we certainly are waisting alot of folks there. Any required security for the Japanese people in case of conflict with China could be provided by one Submarine in the Pacific.

Speaking of Nuclear Subs in the Pacific, why don't we move one over to the Korean neighborhood and thraten to kill them, ask them to disarm and then if they dont, light em up! A good demo would be a great way to remind folks around the world that we are THE superpower and maybe make a little better case for why we need to be taken serious.

Don't you think ol' Cruzchef or whatever his name was , was thinking about Japan as he discussed his options in 1960 while dealing with JK. Maybe the world just needs a little reminder. I think it would save alot of trouble, stress and lives. I couldn't think of a better target than North Korea for a demo.

Hell, look how RR dealt with Quackdafi. He bombed his house. Now there is an idea. Man, we need to get back to good ol' American scare tactics, they worked!
 

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Japan is more than capable of providing their own defense, and it's time for us to stop subsidizing them in this regard. China may have a gazillion people, but getting across the sea to Japan would prove difficult. It's time to cut Japan loose, along with Germany, Italy, Korea, and all the other foreign bases.
 

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BaronVonBigmeat said:
Japan is more than capable of providing their own defense, and it's time for us to stop subsidizing them in this regard. China may have a gazillion people, but getting across the sea to Japan would prove difficult. It's time to cut Japan loose, along with Germany, Italy, Korea, and all the other foreign bases.

totally agree
 

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Not sure I'm following Gary totally here, but I'm attracted to the idea of "unleashing Japan," as National Review put it. It'll give China something to worry about besides whipping us, India and Taiwan. And those "Falun Gong" weirdos.
 

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Japan's been a militaristic society for millenia and they're economy is currently too dependant on us for them to try WWII again. I'd have no problem with letting them loose.
 

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