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Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Hiroshima Speech By Abe Raises N.Korea Angst

Really... all you need to know about this story is that at a special commemoration of the 72 anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima in August 1945, Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shinzo (surname first) discussed the war and then shifted the tone discussing how North Korea's recent missile testing makes “the security situation surrounding Japan . . . increasingly severe.”

Abe feels the threat to Japan and its people is real and not mere posturing as we saw in the 1960s-80s between cold war combatants USSR, China, Cuba and the U.S. and her allies.

Yikes. Time to re-learn how to get under your school desk and pay to whatever gods you think are appropriate.

“At the present time, we are not planning any specific deliberations about possessing” weapons for a per-emptive strike," Abe says, adding that Japan does need to strengthen its defensed generally.

Banzai, indeed,
Andrew Joseph

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