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The tacit acceptance of Japanese radical Shinto as a state religion, with more than half the parliament and cabinet officials having worshipped there the spirits of a dozen Class A War Criminals as heroes and gods.

The encouragement of Japan to scrap its post-War Pacifist Constitution that prohibits Japan from ever waging war on foreign soil, using Diaoyudao, as a trial balloon, which is clearly and hsitorically a part of Taiwan and of China, using deadly force embodied in its squadrons of F16's initimidating all Taiwanese and Chinese unarmed propeller planes and ships.

And now, the unilateral stripping of the Japanese press of their freedom to criticize their government on penalty of revealing state secrets, completes the emasculation of the already docile Japanese people.

The next step is the Hitlerian "Act of Empowerment" where the Parliament dissolves itself in favor of the existing government, which is a de facto reality already.

Finally, the Japanese men and women will be forcibly conscripted to the resurrected Japanese Imperial Army and Navy under cover of a Self-Defense Force (which will be used to attack neighboring China and Korea, if one can call that self-defense, on the claim that territories of both countries once belonged to the Japanese empire from 1895 to 1945, as Diaoyudao was, its prime example, under the umbrella of nuclear-backed Allied power).

China has many enemies and few, if any friends, so it has to tread carefully but firmly in the days ahead.

These are dangerous times for China, and she cannot hope to deter her immediate enemies, who are receiving instructions from sponsors far away.  China has to come to grips with its original nemesis, the British empire and its many daughters, before it can win over the Japanese empire, because the former is also the mother of the latter.

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