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Why there is no terrorism in Japan ?

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15 hours ago, Michael Hardner said:

Japan is a highly xenophobic country.  They don't allow longtime residents to get citizenship.  Watch how they do over the coming decades as their birthrate declines and we can see if it's a good strategy or not.

I am stunned at the lack of knowledge being advanced here on Japan by so many.

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On ‎2017‎-‎04‎-‎02 at 2:36 PM, Altai said:

I think there is no terrorism in Japan because its an island and "some countries" having hard time to create false-flags there. Because these terrorist guys cannot easily enter and get off an island. 

Oy. Its painful. Islands don't have terrorism. Indonesia Philippines, England, Cyprus, Japan. Zippity doo dah zippity day.

Don't get me started about Tonga.

 

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The greatest act of Japanese terrorism and hate crime is the international distribution of Hello Kitty paraphenalia.

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There is no terrorism in Japan because there is nothing US or European countries are interested in Japan. They dont need to create an artifical terrorism there, but for now.

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No, you're wrong about that Altai. You might want to look up the US Japan Mutual Security Treaty, for starters. There are plenty of foreign interests in Japan. We practically rebuilt them after the war, under the watchful eye of Gen. MacArthur, the American Shogun.

Also, not all terrorism in the world is created by the United States. Sorry.

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On 4/3/2017 at 9:32 AM, hot enough said:

Conventional wisdom only takes one so far. 

Japan
Ranked as 7 of 126

http://www.globalfirepower.com/country-military-strength-detail.asp?country_id=Japan

japan is armed to the teeth, believe it or not, but they never participate in wars. The constitution forbids the use of War "as an instrument of foreign policy".

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