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Abe Coalition Wins 59% of 121 seats contested . . . The Empire Strikes Back. [Copy link] 中文

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Celebrations are going on in the British empire that their point man, Abe supposed "won big" in the upper house elections on Sunday, July 21, 2013, where the LDP-Komeito Coaltion took at least 74 out of the 121 seats were up for election, out of a total of 242 seats.  Put in perspective, the LDP-Komeito Coalition won 59% of the seats up for election, which constituted 50% of the total seats in the upper house.  The voter turn out was barely credible, however, at a mere 52%.  From a voter perspective, therefore, the "big win" of the LDP-Komeito coalition represents the present wishes of 0.59 x 0.5 x 0.52, or 15% of the Japanese voters.

This "mandate" is supposed to justify Japan's wanton currency manipulation by printing Yens and giving them to the industrialists to finance the creation of a modern Imperial Japanese Army and Navy (under the guise of trying to create jobs for the Japanese people).

Unfortunately for the Empire crusaders, they need to have the votes of 2/3 of both houses of which they only have for the lower house.  But that is a matter of time.  In two years, when the Japnaese Wehrmacht is ready for deployment, the Japanese militarists would have the votes.  Everything is going according to plan.

The real question is, "What plan does China have to prevent its loss of its islands in the South China Sea and in the East Sea?"

In fact, Japan has already, logically, concluded that is has to to take out the Chinese bases supporting its forward forces in these bodies of water, and so, the question becomes, "Is China ready to sacrifice once again to defend its sovereignty?"

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