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Shinzo Abe Should Learn Lessons of History and Not Revive Militarism

World  (tags: Japan, militarism, right-wing, Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister, war monger, Unit 731, biological warfare, chemical warfare, militarization, expansion, Peace Constitution, abandoned )

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Abe's actions demonstrate his admiration for Japan's militarist past and hard-line stance on territorial disputes with neighboring nations: posing for photographs in a plane symbolizing the notorious Japanese chemical and biological warfare camp, Unit 731

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Elderberry C. (47)
Monday February 10, 2014, 5:40 pm
Too Much Dolphin Meat.....Mercury....

Justin Vale (13)
Monday February 10, 2014, 9:57 pm
it's not him, it's the japanese that want the comfort of their imperial army blanket.
china started this japan will end it. it's win-win for the u.s.
a war between china and japan and all our manufacturing will return to america.
apple products will be made in california. our economy will explode and to top it off there is a china hawk on the horizon. hillary.

Brian M. (209)
Monday February 10, 2014, 10:14 pm
If Japan makes a land grab for Empire, it will find that China isn't remotely as weak as it was when Japan invaded in '37. Shinzo Abe is not the only militarist in the Japanese gov't., but he is one of the more rabid. It must not be forgotten that he is the grandson of a prominent member of the Tojo regime. Also, PM Abe has gone out of his way to heighten tensions with China by honoring the war criminals that carried atrocities against Chinese civilians during the war. And, to return to present history, it is Abe pushing to revise the Peace Constitution to permit rapid militarization. Many nations in Asia, not just China, are deeply concerned about a re-armed Japan; they haven't forgotten what happened the last time.
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