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British Imperial Assets in Japan State Their Intentions for War on China

British Imperial Assets in Japan State Their Intentions for War on China


Jan. 9, 2014 (LPAC) — The imperial faction in Japan has declared its intention to militarily and economically confront China, while denouncing “certain voices within the U.S. government” which are acting to end the British/Obama war plan against China. Speaking through an editorial in the leading conservative newspaper {Yomiuri Shimbun} today, this faction demands that the U.S. carry through on the two policies intended by President Obama to encircle and confront China — the military “pivot,” and the free-trade pact, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).

The editorial pulls no punches: China is attempting to “change the status quo by force,” and is committed to “expansionism, as seen in its unilateral announcement of an air defense identification zone.” The U.S. pivot and the TTP were the necessary policies to confront this threat from China, they write, acknowledging that both were directly aimed at China (despite denials from Washington). On the TTP, they state outright that its intent is to “create a new free trade zone in the Asia-Pacific region with the United States and Japan taking the central roles.”  They add: “If the military plans or the trade accord, or both, become reality, they will have a strong restraining effect on China’s moves to seek hegemony in the region.”

The problem, say these British Imperial assets, is Obama’s “weak domestic political foundation,” while his failure to attack Syria is “feeding distrust of the Obama administration.” Also, “war fatigue in U.S. society has generated a tendency among the public to dislike U.S. intervention and engagement in other countries’ affairs.” China, they argue, is taking advantage of this weakness in pursuit of its devious mission, as expressed by Chinese President Xi Jinping, whose call for “a new type of great-power relationship” between China and the U.S. is actually a “scheme for dividing the Asia-Pacific region in two, having the United States effectively approve the expansion of China’s sphere of influence in the western Pacific.”

They conclude: “It is worrisome that certain voices within the U.S. government seem to call for the country to side with China’s scheme of forging a new type of relationship between the two. Such calls are probably made in consideration of the two countries’ mutual economic dependence. Few countries — let alone U.S. allies such as Japan, South Korea, Australia and the Philippines –w ould be willing to accept a new international order led by China in place of the United States. We hope Washington makes a cautious response.”

This outburst clearly indicates that the oligarchy is worried that the overwheming denunciation, both within Japan and in the U.S., of Prime Minister Abe’s provocative visit to the Yasukuni Shrine, may convince Abe to step away from his right-wing advisors, in favor of Japan’s obvious self-interest in aligning with China and Eurasia.

It is well to remember the British intervention in Japan in the 1890s and 1900s, to subvert the U.S. influence in the Meiji Restoration, and recruit Japan as an ally in British imperial policies against Russia and China, was intended to divide Eurasia, and set in motion both genocidal World Wars of the 20th Century. Sane voices in Japan and the U.S. must listen to the wise words of Lyndon LaRouche at this moment of onrushing thermonuclear war, to join forces with China and Russia in global peace and development.

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