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N. Korea’s Puppet Regime Helping to Remilitarize Japan

Posted by feww on October 10, 2017

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NK’s nuclear tests play to Japan’s fear of atom bomb

Background:

The Military-Industrial Complex aims to remilitarize Japan with the help of their hand puppet in NK

North Korea’s puppet regime, installed by the Military-Industrial Complex and lead by the rogue dictator Kim Jong Un, is playing to Japan’s fear of atom bombs, helping the deplorable PM Abe and his war party to remilitarize the land of nuclear disasters.

The Beneficiaries

Global arms trade of major weapons, which has seen a steady increase since 2002, topped $31 billion [with hundreds of billions more in related sales] in 2016, according to the “conservative” figures released by SPIRI.

The top 10 exporters where responsible for more than 90 percent of the sales:

United States ($9.9b), Russia ($6.4b), Germany ($2.8b), France ($2.2b), China ($2.1b), UK ($1.4b), Israel ($1.3b), Italy ($0.8b), S.Korea ($0.5b) and Ukraine ($0.5b).

$1,570,000,000,000: how much the world spent on arms in 2016

Outlays on weapons and equipment alone rose 1pc in 2016, to a global total of $1.57 trillion, according to Jane’s Defence Budgets report.

The SIPRI Top 100 arms-producing and military services companies, 2015

https://www.sipri.org/sites/default/files/The-SIPRI-Top-100-2015.pdf

[Prepared by affiliated political scientists.]

  • Report available from FIRE-EARTH PULSARS.

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4 Responses to “N. Korea’s Puppet Regime Helping to Remilitarize Japan”

  1. A. B. said

    Some information plus much disinformation released by Sipri.
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    Global military spending remains high at $1.7 trillion

    (Stockholm, 2 May 2018) Total world military expenditure rose to $1739 billion in 2017, a marginal increase of 1.1 per cent in real terms from 2016, according to new figures from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). China’s military expenditure rose again in 2017, continuing an upward trend in spending that has lasted for more than two decades. Russia’s military spending fell for the first time since 1998, while spending by the United States remained constant for the second successive year. The comprehensive annual update of the SIPRI Military Expenditure Database is accessible from today at http://www.sipri.org.

    https://sipri.org/media/press-release/2018/global-military-spending-remains-high-17-trillion

  2. Bob said

    Kudos!

  3. J. S. said

    The Hawaii missile alert of January 13 was not issued in error. Quite the contrary!
    In fact, it was carefully orchestrated to strengthen the fear factor in Japan, especially in the absence of any recent threats coming from MIC man in N. Korea.
    About 1.5 million Japanese visit Hawaii islands each year, most of them in the winter months. Multiply that number by about fifty, to include family members and friends, and you’ll have over a third of Japan’s nuclear-weary population deeply affected by the specter of a nuclear missile.

    • Dean W. said

      NHK plays its part in the Military Industrial Complex plan to RE-militarize Japan!
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      Now Japanese TV issues false alarm about a missile launch

      Japanese public broadcaster NHK issued a false alarm about a North Korean missile launch on Tuesday, but it corrected the error within minutes, messages on the NHK website showed.
      It was not immediately clear what caused the false alarm which followed a false missile alert that caused panic across Hawaii at the weekend.
      https://www.cnbc.com/amp/2018/01/16/now-japanese-tv-issues-false-alarm-about-a-missile-launch.html

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