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arthurborges Post time: 2012-10-25 16:42
Japan was out to build an "Asia for Asians" with itself in the lead position. It was countered by ...
Man!!! So many newbies these days... makes old timers as myself feel so casted aside and forgotten... In any case:
> Japan was out to build an "Asia for Asians" with itself in the lead position.
That's what I had been telling people all along: that it is precisely because of the incohesive characteristics of the Asian clan which "the Asia for Asians" could not and would never have been made a reality...
You see, unlike Europe where everyone prides themselves in their heritage and as a result, binds together as one, Asians on the other hand does not like to be ruled by their own, regardless if the ruling party is Japanese, Korean, Mongol, Chinese, CCP, FLG, KMT or DDP -- they will fight amongst themselves, not because they do not like to be ruled, but rather, be driven by the mentality "why should he, and not me, be King"...
You see, Asians will live a very very obedient and law abiding life; they will voluntarilly pay their dues in taxes; they will kowtow to the foreign devil as if the foreign devils are Gods and are willing to accept being classified labeled as second class citizens, but, they will never allow their own to kick their behinds...
For this reason, the so called "East Asian Co-prosperity Sphere of Influence" (think that's what it was named) never took root, could not have taken root, and never will take root even if initiated again by another Asian group.
But, if it would have taken place, the prospects of it would have been good for China, good for Japan, good for Korea, for Mongolia, and for other Asians as well and there will have never been a need for Japan to militarily force its way and its will on the continent of East Asia...
From all of this, we can clearly see Asia's most weakest of points and we can clearly see the strength which cohesion have brought to the continent of Europe...,
So fear not, people, unlike Holly Wood's portrayals of the Ruusians in the 80's, the Chinese, Koreans, and the Japanese are not coming... They can't come... they have their own azz at home to worry about and to deal with...