Sunday, September 13, 2009

Japan re-considers military collaboration with US because the latter ‘spoiled’ capitalism

Baku, Fineko/

Taking upon office of prime minister of Japan on Wednesday Yukio Khatoyama, the leader of this country’s Democratic Party, decided to put the United States into its place.

In his statement Mr. Khatoyama accused the US of spoiling capitalist regime, global economy and ‘proper pride infringement’ throughout the world. As a result, nearly the PM is going to re-consider conditions of the agreement allowing American military vessels to enter Japanese ports as it goes against Japan’s accepted principles of refusal from nuclear weapons. He intends to return to the question if Japan should spend $6 billion on transfer of thousands of US military men at the Okinava to the Pacific island Guam.

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