Japan's Ukrainianization and China's de-Russianization The United States does not protect Japan, but turns the "Taiwan emergency" into a business

“Ukrainianization of Japan” and “Japan is Eastern Ukraine”. Words like this are starting to pop up in the media. Permission to exercise the right of collective self-defense, which is a pillar of Japan-US military integration, as requested in the 2012 Third Armitage Report, was realized with the enactment of the new security legislation in 2015. In its fifth report in 2020, the United States flattered that "Japan is an 'essential and more equal ally for the United States.'" However, the actual situation is that the Self-Defense Forces will be placed under the command of the US military as a supplementary force, and all weapons and their development will be supplied and implemented by the US, and all of Japan will be turned into a nuclear missile base against China. It is true that the Kishida government in Japan is being forced to become the “Ukraine of the East” to fight China instead of the United States and Great Britain, but China, the opponent, has no intention of invading Taiwan, which is regarded as a powder keg for Japan-US-China confrontation. It's sparse. Southeast Asian nations, including the Philippines and Indonesia, which are strategic points to contain China, will not follow the United States and Britain, and South Korea will also draw a line with the United States. In other words, there is no NATO eastward expansion for Russia for China. There is only the agitation of “Taiwan emergency urgency” to thrive the weapons business .

The main bearers of agitation are the commercial media. If you read the statement made by Kishida and Biden in response to the Japan-US summit meeting and the 2+2 meeting held in Washington on January 11, the purpose is to "make the Japanese archipelago a military fortress." In 1983 , then-Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone , who visited the United States , met with President Reagan and expressed his recognition that "Japan and the United States share a common destiny across the Pacific Ocean." At a breakfast meeting with American media, he made a remark that compared the Japanese archipelago to an unsinkable aircraft carrier, which was inflamed by the Japanese and American media. In the Diet, it was argued that "it deviates from the exclusive defense policy." The media explained that Nakasone's true intention was to make the Japanese archipelago a huge barrier against the invasion of the Soviet Air Force's supersonic TU-22M ( missile bomber) called "Backfire . "

"During Kishida's visit to the United States this time, the greatest "souvenir" was the declaration of "holding the ability to attack enemy bases," symbolizing the transformation of the Japanese archipelago from a "shield" to a "spear." Amami Okinawa , and the Yaeyama Islands, which are close to Taiwan, have set up missile bases aimed at China, and have already completed the preparation of the front line for attacking enemy bases. In addition , the Integrated Missile Defense (IAMD) for intercepting enemy missiles, and the network ( facility) for "information gathering, surveillance, reconnaissance, and targeting" jointly operated by the United States and Japan will be set up throughout Japan, including the territorial waters.

Assuming that the Nansei Islands, which were considered to be the front line of attack on enemy bases, were to be attacked, the United States said it would establish a "Marine Coastal Regiment (MLR)" to immediately respond to remote island defense.However, how to rescue unarmed civilians? There is no mention of the rescue of residents in the event of an attack not only on the Nansei Islands, but also on U.S. military bases in Japan and the Self-Defense Forces bases in mainland Japan. In that case , die with the U.S. Forces and Self-Defense Forces personnel .

The U.S. administration also discussed the Nuclear Strategy Review (NPR) announced at the end of last year, and the U.S. side reaffirmed Japan's "extended deterrence" to discourage attacks on Japan with the U.S. "nuclear umbrella." reported. The same words are repeated. The problem is not only compliance with the Three Non-Nuclear Principles, which is supposed to be nominally innocent because of the freedom to bring in nuclear weapons. ``Extended deterrence'' is defined as `` to deter attacks on allied countries, etc., by demonstrating the intention to counterattack even if other countries, such as allied countries , are attacked , in addition to one's own country.'' is zero. This is because if an ally is attacked with a nuclear weapon, there is no way to launch a nuclear attack on the ally's enemy on the assumption that your own country will retaliate with a nuclear weapon.

Everything is being done in the interests of the United States and Britain. All Japan can do is answer “yes” to instructions. All decisions were made at cabinet meetings, ignoring debate in the Diet. It is a complete destruction of democracy. This is the stark reality of US-Japan relations 78 years after the war. Anyway , the rebellion of the Japanese public against the US and European weapons industry business and the huge vested interests surrounding it . I have no choice but to wait for this .

A Taiwanese watcher said, "Chinese President Xi Jinping, in his 2023 New Year's Greetings, addressed the people of Taiwan, saying that the two sides of the Taiwan Strait are a family, and that compatriots on both sides of the Taiwan Strait should walk together for happiness." Without mentioning Taiwan's reunification at all, he was aware of the possibility of a change of government in the presidential election in a year's time, and said that improving relations with China is what gives Taiwan "peace and stability." It has embarked on a 'peace offensive' to directly appeal to the people of Taiwan that it will bring about 'development'."

In addition, including the article published on December 8, 2022, "There is no 'China's invasion of Taiwan' - Japanese decency theory finally appeared," between  the attitude of the Chinese leadership toward Taiwan and Putin's Russian possession of eastern Ukraine (Lugansk) there is the "large distance" from claims over rights. We should pay attention to arguments that calmly observe it.