Japanese Prime Minister Abe resigns as people oppose his pro Bush Afghanistan military policy

This video is about the destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

A video from ‘Euro News’ TV (no longer present on the Internet) said:

Japan’s struggling Liberal Democrat government has suffered a new blow with the resignation of the defence minister after comments he made about the atomic bomb attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was already reeling after a scandal over mishandled pension records.

Translated from Dutch NOS TV:

The Japanese prime minister [Shinzo] Abe will resign. He steps down as he did not get enough support for prolonging the Japanese military mission in Afghanistan. At a press conference, he said that the hopes that someone else will succeed in that.

Abe has been prime minister for just one year. He wanted to break with the [constitutional] pacifist tradition of Japan, and to support the US government more actively. However, his government was plagued by scandals, and this summer his Liberal Democratic Party lost its majority in the senate.

The ex Foreign Affairs minister Aso is an important candidate to succeed Abe as prime minister.

See also here.

And here.

As for the official reason for those bloody wars in Afghanistan, Iraq (the Bush administration’s lies about non existent links between ultra Islamist Bin Laden and secularist-nationalist Saddam Hussein), after all those years, from Associated Press:

US still unsure where bin Laden is hiding, Negroponte says at Afghan ceremony to mark 9/11

Remember all those hundreds of thousands after hundreds of thousands Iraqi and Afghan civilians killed; not one of them being Bin Laden …

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