posted on Sep, 17 2012 @ 06:39 PM
My post in this thread
applies to this thread as well, therefore I am
simply going to quote what I had posted there.
This has absolutely nothing at all to do with the disputed islands. Much like the ongoing unrest in the Moslem world which we are told is over a
pathetic, laughable movie; it is about something much more. Anyone who has not read Oswald Spengler or Samuel Huntington should do so immediately. We
are approaching a new era, one where a massive clash of civilizations is going to erupt. It has already begun in the West, now it is going to begin in
the East. China would never fight Japan simply over islands being sold to Japan. Therefore it is deeper.
China must assert itself in the East as the energized, robust empire that is casting a shadow upon the land of the rising sun. Japan is intrinsically
tied to the West, although part of a unique civilization of its own. By this I mean that as we in the Occident are finding our civilization crumbling,
so too is Japan. And just as the Moslem world is exploiting this weakness in us, China is exploiting this weakness in Japan. Whether an actual war
erupts or not is irrelevant in the long-term, just as a war with Iran is irrelevant in the long-term. What we are facing is something governments are
sadly unaware of and the people have no comprehension of.
The world operates in cyclical patterns; civilizations rise and civilizations fall. America, Western Europe, and Japan dominated the world for
centuries, not because they were evil cultures, but because they were robust cultures freed from illness. But, much like Rome and the other great
empires before, all will come to an end. Now China is dominating the world and their domination will expand just as ours did during the last 5
centuries. Islam is spreading by demographics and as the old saying goes, “the hand that rocks the cradle rules the world”. Islam and China are
the surging world powers as we in the West are being hauled off to the nursing home.
China has successfully used Communism just as how Turkey has successfully used Democracy; in the words of Erdogan, “Democracy is like a street car;
you ride it as far as you need, until you get off.” China is now a world power with a healthy population, efficient government, bountiful resources,
and a powerful tradition which they have not entirely abandoned. This alone would be enough to crush Japan; assuming no foreign intervention. However
one cannot rule out a resurgence of Japan because, unlike in many Western nations, Japan has the capabilities of swiftly and effectively restoring a