Japan has no nukes, no army, no airforce, no navy,& no tanks and ETC! Still it barks like a fucking dog & supports USA the same nation who drop nuclear bomb on japan! FUCK JAPAN& FUCK USA

Who the fuck keeps banning everyone?

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Who banned +Comrade Spark?

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Lol
Thought I'd make myself a Filthy Frank meme.
+Chin Chin
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Japan isn't foolish enough to attempt this besides we all know what happened in 1945.

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Japanese would probably try it again but if they instigate anything with China then it'll be a loosing war for Japan like before.

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«Frustrated at being only regarded as an “ #economic power,” #Japan set a goal for itself in the 1990s to become a political power as well. While Japan’s ambitions ended up going up in smoke, after the #US introduced its “ #Asia- #Pacific Rebalance” strategy, Japan rekindled its hope of growing into a global political or even #military power.
«In other words, it was the US’ Asia-Pacific strategy that resurrected Japan’s military and political ambitions, at the same time granting the once vanquished country the green light...»

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Read the article, Japan was involved.
"...Marciano explains, “the most fundamental lesson [from the official version of events] is that the #war in #Vietnam was fought on behalf of ‘the ideals we hold dear as Americans.’ Obama and the Vietnam Commemoration embrace the view put forth by #President Ronald #Reagan in 1980: ‘It is time we recognized that ours, in truth, was a Noble Cause.’” Marciano sets out to debunk this Noble Cause myth which serves not only as the justification for the American War in Vietnam, and the crimes committed in the course of that conflict, but also for every other of the numerous wars the U.S. has and continues to fight throughout the globe.
"...this Noble Cause myth may be the most powerful and enduring propaganda trick ever perpetrated. And, it works so well because the audience for the trick — the U.S. people — are such willing and eager participants in the charade.
..."The United States supported and in many cases engendered every right wing military dictatorship in the world after the end of the Second World War. I refer to #Indonesia, Greece, Uruguay, Brazil, Paraguay, Haiti, Turkey, the #Philippines, Guatemala, El Salvador, and, of course, Chile.
"...The crimes of the United States have been systematic, constant, vicious, remorseless, but very few people have actually talked about them. You have to hand it to America. It has exercised a quite clinical manipulation of power worldwide while masquerading as a force for universal good.
..."The first thing to understand about the U.S. involvement in Vietnam is that it was not some type of aberration, and that it has never been true to say that U.S. policy towards other peoples has been motivated by a Noble Cause. Rather, what the U.S. did in Vietnam fits a pattern which dates back to the early days of our Republic.
"... #Washington’s direct orders to General Sullivan ‘established imperial U.S. #military principles for centuries to come,’” including “’total war/ #genocide targeting all inhabitants for elimination; (2) preventing #peace; (3) pre-emptive war; (4) terror; (5) crime of self-defense; (6) revenge.”
"...the U.S. did not send tens of thousands of U.S. soldiers to kill and die in Vietnam in order to defend #democracy and #freedom...the U.S. initially entered the fray in Vietnam in order to defend French #colonialism there.
"...One might believe (and Ho Chi Minh in fact did at one point) that the U.S., in the Spirit of ’76, would welcome and support such an independence victory. Of course, such a belief ignores the painful reality that the U.S., despite its lofty rhetoric, has been quite consistent in its conviction that colonial independence is only for itself, and that other peoples must be punished for seeking an independent path to development.
"...the goals of the U.S. in Vietnam to destroy a popular #independence movement dictated its methods. That is, in order to crush a movement supported by the vast majority of the #Vietnamese population, that population had to be terrorized and destroyed in large measure.
"...the U.S., with its superior air and fire power, killed approximated 3.8 million Vietnamese...and created over 14 million refugees.
..."The U.S. government understands very well, and we should too, that the battle over the meaning and memory of our involvement in Vietnam is critical in determining whether the U.S. people will continue to acquiesce to the endless wars the U.S. is waging throughout the globe in the name of peace, freedom and democracy."

Thank You for inviting me.
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