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This post was edited by abramicus at 2013-6-14 18:22|
sansukong Post time: 2013-6-14 14:02
It has been reported in the CCTV4 news that Japan is forming a task-force of some sort to drive aw ...
THE JAPAN OF BATAAN AND CORREGIDOR IS THE JAPAN OF TODAY
Japan's innate character will never change. The animus of Japan is a wolf, born to prey upon the sheep, with cruel pleasure, as in the Rape of Nanking, Unit 731, Death March of Bataan, and hundreds of thousands of bayoneting and beheading POWs who surrendered and were tied up by the Japanese "civilized according to British propaganda" betes noires. When the wolf waves a white flag, he only waits for his chance to get to your throat. When the wolf waves a Hinomaru, he seeks to do three things as commanded to him by his emperor as in WWII - loot all, kill all, and burn all.
Will a wolf ever change into a domesticated dog? Everyone who has tried has died at the hands of the wolf. America is naive in remilitarizing Japan.
Remember Alaric, the Visigoth, who was once a foederati of Rome. When Rome was weakened by civil wars, the Visigoths swept into Rome in 410 AD. Japan is now also a foederati of the USA. Pity those who pay so much to live in Hawaii and California. They will be the future dinner for Japan.
America looks at China as Rome looked at Attila the Hun, but yet, when Attila had Rome in his palm, out of respect for the elderly Pope Leo I, he spared Rome, and never attacked it. China respects America more than Japan could ever do. The country that will attack American cities is not China, but future Japan. Severe will be its vengeance if America should lose its military deterrent. And there is no deterrence against perfect stealth. Already, Japan is creeping up behind America, in the guise of partnering against China, while sharpening its teeth and claws for use on the country that nuked Hiroshima. Japan is America's modern foederati.
Diaoyudao is the touchstone of US-China relations, just as truth is the best test of honesty, no matter how trivial the truth may be. The truth is that Diaoyudao historically and legally belongs to China. Failure to accept the truth equates to dishonesty.