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Wen Jiabao flied to Japan recently on the first visit by a Chinese premier in almost seven years.
Wen smiles with whom? His enemy ready to behead him if the CCP think about solving Taiwan problem by force ! Taiwan’s ally!
Remember what Nakagawa (chairman of the LDP Policy Research Council) said a few months ago in a speech given in Nagoya: “If something goes wrong in Taiwan in the next 15 years, here (Japan) might also become just another Chinese province within about the next 20” ,a unclad clamour?
But the corrupt Beijing regime give in, for the relative inferiority of BEIJING to JAPAN/TAIWAN is deteriorating, due to the officials and officers’ inefficiency.JAPAN can behead BEIJING in minutes if the CCP takes a risk to attack Taiwan.
Furthermore,although the autocracy has no friends, Wen must smile to Japan, to deceive Chinese into thinking they have many friends.However, the CCP monopolize so much national wealth that they can be too generous to Japan. Wen just can lavish money to buy goods to please Japan.
But immediatly after Wen left, on April 20, Japanese Defence Minister Fumio Kyuma expressed that Japan would become suspicious as a neighbour unless China became more transparent about its national defence policy,declared with his German counterpart Franz Josef Jung that German and Japan agreed that the European Union should maintain its ban on arms exports to China.