Japan’s payback may come at the end of a 5.56 Howa barrel

Peleliu Conducts Exercise Iron Fist 2012
Armed with the Howa assault rifle, members of the JGSDF cross train with their American counterparts.

Despite Japan’s post-World War II constitution absolutely forbidding even to use the words army, navy or air force regarding the nation’s Self-Defense Forces,¬†Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (phonetically pronounced “Ah-bay“) has made quite clear he fully intends to move forward with amending the so-called Peace Constitution as so his East Asian nation could be a military key player on the world stage. In the wake of the ISIS (Islamic State in Iraq and Syria) Islamist terrorists beheading Japanese citizen Haruna Yukawa, Prime Minister Abe has no intention of backing down to the blood-soaked jihadists, as reported by the Wall Street Journal on Jan. 25, 2015.

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China threatens Japan: Will ‘enforce’ control of disputed airspace

Japanese citizens stand up for their nation.
Japanese citizens stand up for their nation.

“This follows a pattern of fumbled reactions by the Obama administration…”

War clouds are gathering in the East China Sea as the Beijing government as sent a none-too-veiled threat towards Tokyo over the now disputed international airspace, as well as airspace over sovereign Japanese soil at the very south of the East Asian nation, as reported by The Washington Free Beacon on Dec. 3, 2013.

The communist super-power has decided to flex its muscles by claiming hundreds of square miles of international airspace at the geographic juncture of southern Japan, northern Taiwan and eastern China.

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