Wednesday, September 26, 2012

ABE Shinzo elected president of the LDP

A heir of a Japanese political dynasty leader of the conservatives

Abe Shinzo at Yasukuni shrine

Japan LDP conservative party new president is ABE Shinzo, 58. Elected at LDP Tokyo headquarters wednesday september 26th. He is a former prime minister (90th), and defeats former Defense minister ISHIBA Shigeru. ABE is the nationalists' candidate. Behind the scenes, the Senkaku Diaoyu crisis. He'll be the candidate of the Japanese conservatives if a general election is called by current Democratic party leader and current prime minister NODA. ABE Shinzo is a recurrent visitor of the Yasukuni Shrine inflaming China and Korea. In 2006, at 52, he was Japan's youngest post-war head of government but has given up his job as prime minister in 2007 September 12th because of a series of financial scandals involving some of his cabinet ministers, he also had been unable to pass the anti-terrorism laws at the Diet and he allegedly was said he resigned due to stress and physical problems he encountered during his administration. The political heritage of Japan Inc. proved the strong impact of dynasties on Japanese politics.

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Senkaku - Diaoyu islands territorial war 

Japan Coast Guards start to impose a security cordon around the islets. Impressive naval battle on the blue! An expert tough naval water cannon battle between Japan Coast Guards and Taiwan Coast Guards and fishing ships happened morning of Sept. 25. Taiwanese boats entered the waters around the disputed Diaoyu Islands on Tuesday, were fought by the Japanese Coast Guard, just a day after two Chinese surveillance ships arrived on zone for defense patrol. Extraordinary pictures via Twitter Facebook from local Asian web networks.

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Monday, September 24, 2012

The Senkaku Diaoyu
When East Asian peace and development are threatened!

尖閣諸島。 RTLのフランスのニュース。
The link of my news-report on RTL MONDE French news channel 13:00 23 Septembre 2013 anchored by Daniel Férin. We reported live about the Senkaku-Diaoyu crisis from Beijing and Tokyo. Picture: the disputed Senkaku islets.

RTL MONDE "L'effervescence entre la Chine et le Japon à propos de 5 îlots et 3 rochers inhabités, soit 7 km carrés de territoires que les 2 pays se disputent. Fiévre nationaliste ou intérêts économiques, nous essayerons d'en savoir plus avec nos correspondants à Pékin et à Tokyo. ils seront en direct sur RTL.

(The turmoil between China and Japan about 5 islets and 3 uninhabited rocks, or 7 square kilometers of territory for which two countries compete. Nationalist fever or economic interests, we will try to find out more with our correspondents in Beijing and Tokyo. Live on RTL)

-尖閣諸島 Senkaku soft or hard landing, answer is with Chinese? If China appears as violent state, Japan will enter into diversifying its economy shifting towards other nations, Asia and others while reinforcing her defense. Diplomatic battles and major geopolitical and industrial shifts ahead. Development and social fault between Japan and China.

-To read with caution. "Map of Senkaku Islands in World Atlas published in China in 1960... Jiji news agency reported on Sunday that among the recently declassified documents in the National Security Archives at George Washington University was a May 1971 CIA report compiled to study the territorial claims for the Senkaku islets... they found yet another Chinese map showing that the islets were Japanese. This one was published in 1966 in an atlas for the Red Guards of the Cultural Revolution"

Sunday, September 23, 2012

Chinese tourists flow to Japan 
Unheard Senkaku Diaoyu islands protests

京都で撮影された中国からの観光客、着物のファッションショーを観覧(2012年9月20日)。These tourists from China are filmed in Kyoto, they attend a Kimono fashion show in Kyoto on Thursday September 20th 2012 while China and Japan allegedly are on the verge of a "war." This group of hundred young tourists are unaffected by the Senkaku Diaoyu islands friction, and as loads of other Chinese tourists, are touring Kyoto, Arashiyama and Nara on sightseeing while Chinese, Taiwanese and Japanese nationalists politicians and their troops are making lots of noise about some strategical (but lost in the middle of the sea) rocks and islets in the China seas and thoroughly monitored by Chinese, Taiwanese and Japanese governmental ships. Maybe attention should also be focussed on what ordinary people wish to do and how they wish to live freely their existence. Japanese war alike channels ignored these hundreds (thousands a week I'm told) of visitors to Japan, Tokyo Ginza included, and preferred to excite viewers and audience with pictures of calls for war? Huh! Media and psychology...