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This post was edited by abramicus at 2014-2-17 15:36|
Revolutionar Post time: 2014-2-17 13:32
Abe must be doing some thing right for Japan then................................
ABE STILL HAS THE CHANCE TO NOW WITHDRAW FROM DIAOYUDAO, BUT ONCE LIVES ARE LOST, THERE MAY BE NO TURNING BACK FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
Yeah, after Abe, the deluge! Abe said he studied WWI and found it similar to Japan's situation today. He was reading the wrong chapter. Japan is not England. Japan is Lusitania, used to drag America into a war with Germany. Initial reports from survivors indicated that there were two explosions. But it later became clear that the Germans fired only one torpedo, and the other explosion came from the explosives stored in the Lusitania, in contravention to the Treaty of Paris' Cruiser Rules, just as Japan is rapidly militarizing in contravention to the Instrument of Surrender of the Japanese Empire of September 2, 1945. With Japan's many nuclear reactors, who is to say if any of them will blow up eventually if some errant missile were to hit it? How many Fukushima's can Japan take?
What Abe should learn in reading history is that similarities can change by an order of magnitude from one time to another. The "Lusitania" of WWII was not any ship, but Hawaii. And any grade school student can tell him what is the "Lusitania" of WWIII - Japan. Furthermore, modern strategic weapons are so much more powerful than before, such that it would likely be over in 15 minutes, about the same time for the Lusitania to sink on May 7, 1915. There won't be time for recriminations, or for launching a protest.
Japan has no enlightened choice, but to abandon Diaoyudao. Abe might as well make a virtue out of necessity, and "cede" Dioayudao back to China, as required under the articles of the Instrument of Surrender of the Japanese Empire of 1945. China will not accept the "ceding" terminology, because Diaoyudao already belongs to China, but it will accept the pledge of Japan to never claim Diaoyudao ever again, as equivalent.