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This post was edited by abramicus at 2014-1-27 11:42|
sansukong Post time: 2014-1-27 08:57
Your above comments are not the lest unexpected, as far as I am concerned.
Let us look at the present situation positively, in that by being exposed to the lies of the Australian Branch of the Nazi Internationale, we all learn to see through their lies, and beome immunized to them.
For one, it is become more apparent that Australia is feigning being threatened by China all these years, not just to get US aid and protection, but to create another situation where it can urge for a pre-emptive nuclear strike on China on the basis of its overblown fears. The Brits are smart, especially those with pirate blood in them. They don't believe in retaliation. They do believe in pre-emptive strikes as much more preferable, with less casualties and less losses of property.
Pirates, whether Japanese or Australian, always strike first. They will invent a casus belli if there is none, as in the Mukden Incident of September 18, 1931, where they false flagged the bombing of their own railroad, blamed it on China, and attacked Manchuria, taking it over. They will create an incident, and whether it justifies their pre-emptive attack on China or not, they will do it first, and explain later. Port Arthur, Pearl Harbor, are all the same.
Abe is setting the stage for another Manchurian Incident, to justify a pre-emptive nuclear strike on China, by referring to his not knowing where the road ahead will lead, but that some "inadvertent" event may trigger something similar to WWI. But there is no comparison between Britain in WWI and Japan in 2014. In 1914, Britain did not take over a part of Germany, but in 2014, Japan is taking over a part of China. There goes the analogy, Japan is a thief, while Britain was not. In fact, it is an insult to Britain for Abe to compare the thieving Japan he now rules and the Britain of 1914. Abe had to skip WWII because he still owes China a debt of 35 million lives of men, women and children, that China had forgiven Japan contingent on its adherence to its own Instrument of Surrender of September 2, 1945. The latter has been broken, and thus the debt is now due.