Neo-Fascist Japan Tears Up Article 9 to Re-Militarize

15 05 2014

Item – ABC News – Japanese Panel Urges Greater Military Role

Citing threats from China and North Korea, a government-appointed panel is urging Japan to reinterpret its pacifist constitution to allow the use of military force to defend other countries.

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe formally received the panel’s report Thursday and vowed to seek ways to allow the military to do more for the country’s own defense and for international peace.

“We must study if the current interpretation of the constitution is sufficient in order to protect the people and their peaceful lives,” Abe said.

But he also sought to assuage concerns both at home and in neighboring countries that he is returning Japan to its militarist past.

“There is a misunderstanding that Japan will return to a country that wages war, but that will never happen,” he said. “Japan sticks to its pacifist pledge it has kept since the end of the war.”

The report sets the stage for Abe’s push to allow the military to play a greater role in international security.

Japan currently maintains a military only for its own defense, and has previously interpreted the war-renouncing Article 9 of its post-World War II constitution as meaning it cannot engage in what is known as collective self-defense.

If approved, the change could allow Japan to come to the defense of the United States or other countries, even if Japan itself is not under attack. . . .  (more)

O.K., “Mr. Doomsday Cult”  Abe, if you have a military (illegal) that you now currently  maintain only for “defense” how is it  you got caught making nuclear weapons?

Shimatsu – Proof Of Fukushima Weapons Program World Exclusive


Yellow-Cake Factory 608

Fukushima Province has a history of involvement in atomic weapons development, according to a New York Times article by Martin Fackler titled “Fukushima’s Long Link to a Dark Nuclear Past” (Sept. 6). Following the lead of Japanese news reports, the correspondent visited the town of Ishikawa, less than an hour’s drive south of the Fukushima No.1 nuclear plant. There he interviewed Kiwamu Ariga who as a student during the war was forced to mine uranium ore from a local foothill to supply the military-run Factory 608, which refined the ore into yellow-cake.

Is Japan’s Elite Hiding A Weapons Program Inside Nuclear Plants?
By Yoichi Shimatsu


Death of Deterrence

Meanwhile in 2009, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) issued a muted warning on Japan’s heightened drive for a nuclear bomb- and promptly did nothing. The White House has to turn a blind eye to the radiation streaming through American skies or risk exposure of a blatant double standard on nuclear proliferation by an ally. Besides, Washington’s quiet approval for a Japanese bomb doesn’t quite sit well with the memory of either Pearl Harbor or Hiroshima.

In and of itself, a nuclear deterrence capability would be neither objectionable nor illegal- in the unlikely event that the majority of Japanese voted in favor of a constitutional amendment to Article 9. Legalized possession would require safety inspections, strict controls and transparency of the sort that could have hastened the Fukushima emergency response. Covert weapons development, in contrast, is rife with problems. In the event of an emergency, like the one happening at this moment, secrecy must be enforced at all cost- even if it mean

A timely update by Juzo ItamiAsk Princess Masako why she enjoyed skiing and ignored most important historical Shinto’s event in March 2014

Hint: Dracula can’t stand daylight.



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