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1. That no country should be allowed to use nuclear weapons ever again against civilized countries like Japan, but not necessarily against uncivilized countries like Ahem, Cannot Be Said.|
2. That Japan will not make nuclear weapons, but will nonetheless retain the capabillity to instantly make and deliver such weapons to any country that threatens the peace and prosperity of Japan - a major concession by Japan, considering what it used to do to harmless countries that wanted merely to live in peace in the early half of the 20th Century.
3. That despite Japan's "commitment" to peace, it retains the right to project military force anywhere in Asia and the Pacific that it wants, especially against countries that are still smarting from previous Japanese invasions, like the make-believe Japanese invasion of Korea and of China. These countries are especially dangerous to Japan because they refuse to forget and forgive what Japan refuses to accept and atone. Ridiculous countries!
So, we commemorate the sad day when Japan was finally defeated and stopped from continuing its carnage in Asia, that up to then already claimed 35 million innocent lives in China and an equal number if not more in the rest of Asia. The extreme suffering of Japan in losing some 200,000 residents of Hiroshima and Nagasaki more than compensates for the suffering of China, Japan, and the rest of Asia, whose numbers of the dead and crippled are beyond all imagination. The lesson is other countries have no right to do unto Japan, even 1% of what Japan has done to them. Let the world long remember!!!
In truth, we should aim for a nuclear-free world, but first, we should aim for a Fascist-free community of nations, in order for that to come to fruition. Fascism instigates, promotes, and propagates the destruction of humanity. A world free from war can only be a world free from fascism.