Japanese critic Yukawa Reiko, “If Japan has military, I would consider abandoning Japan with my grandchild”

On 11/22/2012, Fukushima Diary reported the potential new Japanese prime minister Abe is considering the rearmament of Japan to build military. [Link]

Japanese journalist Akihiro Ohtani comments if Japan has military, Japanese government would start conscription for sure.

About potential conscription, a Japanese music critic Reiko Yukawa commented like this below,

In Fukushima, 160,000 people can’t go home because of radiation at this moment. I’m so sorry if children among those victims have to worry about conscription in the future. Should we teach children “an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth, save the country by rearmament.” ? When the Japanese economy is good, they become arrogant and when it falls down, “Strong words” attracts men, but it never be acceptable for women. If Japan has military, I’ll consider abandoning Japan with my grandchild.





Français :

La critique japonaise Yukawa Reiko : “Si le Japon avait une armée, j’envisagerai d’abandonner le Japon avec mes petits-enfants”

Le 22 novembre 2012, le Fukushima Diary a rapporté la possibilité que le nouveau premier ministre japonais, M. Abe, envisageait le réarmement du Japon pour reconstrure une armée. [Lien]

Le journaliste japonais Akihiro Ohtani le commente en disant que si le Japon a une armée, le gouvernement nippon ferait certainement des conscriptions.

Concernant les probables conscriptions, une critique musicale japonaise, Mme. Reiko Yukawa, en dit ceci :

A Fukushima en ce moment, 160 000 personnes ne peuvent pas rentrer chez elles à cause de la radioactivité. Je serai complètement navrée si les enfants de ces victimes doivent aussi s’inquiéter d’une conscription à venir. Devons-nous apprendre aux enfants un “œil pour œil, dent pour dent, sauvons le pays en le réarmant ?” Quand l’économie japonaise va bien ils deviennent arrogants et quand elle va mal, ces “grands mots” attirent les hommes mais ils ne seront jamais acceptables pour les femmes. Si le Japon a une armée, j’envisagerai de quitter le Japon avec mes petits enfants.


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December 2012