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This post was edited by abramicus at 2014-2-11 12:40|
sansukong Post time: 2014-2-11 12:19
The sovereignty of Diaoyudao is not negotiable to both China and Japan. As such, no meeting be ...
Acceptance of a dispute is not acceptance of the claim of Japan, Sansukong. Only when Japan accepts there is a dispute is there any possibility of a peaceful resolution of the dispute. You may want China to take out Japan immediately and completely, but that is not necessary to secure Dioayudao under the sovereignty of China. There are ways of diplomatic pressure and bargaining that can achieve such a goal with less cost in terms of lives and property. For example, China can offer Japan the prospect of expanding to Australia, which is logically a far better option for Japan. If Japan insists on attacking China, even in a small part of its territory such as Dioayudao, Japan will have to pay an astronomic price in lives and property, not to speak of being doomed economically from hereon, as Japan cannot survive without the backing of the Chinese economy. On the other hand, if Japan lays claims to parts of Australia on behalf of the discriminated Aborigines and Southeast Asian Malays and Pacific Polynesians, guaranteeing them their fair share of their original patrimony, Japan could extract a lot of advantages without risking its life in doing so. So, why not offer Australia to Japan, just as Australia has treacherously offered parts of China to Japan, despite China's sincerity and goodwill towards Australia? Why not?
Abe, at a deeper level of analysis, is like Morsi, a traitor to the Japanese people, because he used Shinto extremism to lead them toward a self-induced, self-directed mass suicide in attempting to invade China all over again. In 1894, it might have made some sense. In 2014, it is suicide, 100% guaranteed suicide. But if he does not use Shinto and Meiji as his slogans, he could not convince his people that his helping Australia and the British empire contain China at the expense of Japan is patriotic in ANY sense. It is sheer insanity for Japan to pull a hair from the head of the Chinese lion. But, you see how effective he is. His "nationalism" is a show, in order to bamboozle his countrymen into serving as the cannon fodder of his Western handlers. Ex-PM Murayama saw through this ruse, and just a week ago, called him a traitor. Like a Pied Piper, he keeps playing the music of an era long gone, and could never return, to make his people willing to serve as the new Kamikaze troops of his Western handlers.
Abe is not a Japanese nationalist. He is a traitor to Japan, using his people as the cannon fodder of his Western sponsors. But he is good at it, as Hitler was also very good at it. That was, by the way, the hidden side of the Nazi regime, at least at the beginning, when it was funded by British interests.