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2009年 06月 06日

Green New Deal policy of hypocrisy

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世界各国でグリーンニューディールなどと今風の言葉がもてはやされている。太陽光や風力をはじめとする再生可能エネルギーに立脚する経済、エネルギー供給構造の転換を見据えての大規模公共投資ということで、あわせて雇用の増大、そして新しい経済への雇用のシフトも目論んでいるらしい。オバマが大統領選に勝った直後、政権移行チームは各国政府にグリーンニューディール構想を伝えて協力を要請したとのこと。
A new fiscal policy "Green New Deal" advocated by Obama administration following the "New Deal" of Franklin Roosevelt has come into fashion in advanced countries. The Green New Deal will carry out enormous public works, which is expected to stimulate economy, creation of new jobs, and touch off the economy driven by renewable energies such as photovoltaic power generation or wind power etc. Immediately right after Obama won the presidential election, the transition team had sounded related countries about the idea of Green new deal and requested its respective development in each country.

しかし、このグリーンニューディールほどアホな政策はない。願いとは裏腹に経済を疲弊させる元凶となることであろう。根本の問題はエネルギー供給構造の転換は決して実現しえないことである。ということは、新しい経済は決して実現されず、そればかりか大規模な再生可能エネルギーの供給システムが大いなる廃墟と化すことになる。中東の石油から脱却を目指すとか大ウソも甚だしい。中東の石油がなくなった途端、新エネルギー(再生可能エネルギーの別名)もその寿命を終える。新エネルギーは、石油エネルギーの上でしか成り立たたないあだ花、いわばパラサイトエネルギーだ。グリーンニューディールは、ほんの一瞬のマッチの火程度の雇用をもたらして散々な結果に終わることだろう。新エネルギーのバブルなんて調子のよい揶揄もあるのだが、バブルを発生させる力さえない。
Nevertheless there is no such a stupid policy other than “Green New Deal”. Current Great depression will be further damaged by the policy on the contrary to their expectations. Fundamental issue is that structural reform of energy supply system never be possible. Large scale of renewable energy facilities which are supposed to be invested during Obama era will be decayed in the long run. To convert from conventional energy supply system depending upon oil from middle East to that of renewable energies is an incredible story, and it is definitely falsehood. As soon as oil of middle East is used up, renewable energies expire its duration. In other words, the energy system of renewables is a parasite system that is ultimately base on conventional energies. Green New Deal policy will result in giving society a disastrous damage other than tiny increase of jobs. Considering these predictions, some people are enthusiastic to make fun of emerging bubble of new energies, but as long as renewables are concerned, there is no such power producing even bubble economy.

筆者がこのように断定できるのは、確固たる論拠がある。グリーンニューディールと名づける理由はなにか、いうまでもなく省エネ、省CO2経済を喚起して、CO2排出量を抑制する(環境によい→グリーン)という意味があるからだ。しかし、省エネという言葉にまず大きな落とし穴がある。よく考えれば、省エネには二つある。ひとつは電気のスイッチをこまめに消したりするいわゆる節約だ。もう一つは効率を上げること(効率化)である。例えば、エアコンの性能が上がったことによって、時間当たりの消費電力が下がるようにすることである。後者の省エネは産業界が、京都議定書の目標を達成するにあたっての本丸の対策であり、コスト削減のインセンティブも有している。ところが、この効率化は思わぬ副次効果を呼び起こす。それは、省エネをすればするほど、社会全体としては増エネになってしまうことである。
My predicable like the mentioned above has firm grounds. The reason named a Green New Deal is that rousing economy based on restraints of the CO2 emission and conservation of energy makes a society mitigate CO2 emission, which means it is environmental friendly, that is to say "green". However, there is a big trap in the word "conservation of energy". There are two patterns in conservation of energy if you think specifically. One is a so-called saving in which the electric switch is diligently turned off. Another must be to raise efficiency (efficiency improvement). For instance, because the performance of the air conditioner goes up, power consumption each time is made to fall. Latter conservation of energy is a major challenge for the industrial world in Japan when the target of the Kyoto Protocol is achieved, and has the incentive of the cost reduction. However, this efficiency improvement wakes up an unexpected next sub-effect. The more it does conservation of energy, the more increase energy consumption of the whole society is.

これは、内燃機関の発達を考えればよくわかる。車のエンジンの効率化の追求により、自家用車は20世紀に目覚ましく普及した。消費されるガソリンをはじめとする燃料は全体として飛躍的に増えた。つまり、単体としてのエンジンの効率化、すなわち省エネは見事に実現したが、社会全体ではとんでもない増エネをもたらした。1970年代のオイルショック後。企業は省エネに勤しんだが、社会全体のエネルギー消費など歯牙にもかけなかった。好意的にみれば省エネビジネスを進めていけば個々の省エネが実現され、社会全体でも“みえざる手”が働き、社会全体の省エネが進むものと勘違いしてしまったのである。つまり“エネルギーの効率化が進んでもエネルギーの使用量は増大する”というパラドックスが経済社会には存在するということである。そして、CO2は増え続けることになる。
You can see well if you think about the development of the internal combustion engine. The car spreads remarkably by pursuing the efficiency improvement of the engine in the 20th century. Then since people rushed in purchasing the car, the total amount of gasoline consumed in the whole society has increased rapidly. In other words, unexpected increase of the energy consumption was brought in the whole society though each conservation of energy as a unit, was splendidly achieved. After the oil crisis in the 1970's, industrial world started to save the energy consumption. However, it was not concerned about the energy consumption of the whole society though the each enterprise worked diligently to conservation of energy. We have misunderstood that the conservation of energy of the whole society also decreases in the whole society likewise "Invisible hand" if individual conservation of energy is achieved, and if the conservation of energy business is promoted. In a word, the paradox "The quantity consumed of energy increases even if the efficiency improvement of energy advances" exists in the society. Then, the increase of CO2 will never stop in the future.

エネルギー効率の考え方を掘り下げることによって、このパラドックスの謎解きをしてみよう。最もミクロな局所的効率ともいえるのが、家電製品などの効率である。効率の基本は、アウトプット/インプットであるので、例えば電気ストーブであれば、放射熱(熱はエネルギーの一形態)/投入電力が効率となる。これはこのミクロな範囲での議論としては、何も問題はないが、対象範囲を広く考えるとインプットに関して問題は複雑になる。電気はそもそも発電所で発電されるもので、電気ができるまでにすでにそもそものエネルギーからのロスがある。発電所の発電効率を、大雑把に約40%であるとすると、この数字を電気ストーブの効率に掛け合わせないと、発電所で投入したエネルギーに対する効率は計算できない。ここまでは、少し環境問題に踏む込んだ人が遭遇する議論である。
Let's demystify this paradox by digging down the idea of the energy efficiency. The most micro, local efficiency is efficiency such as home appliances. For instance, as for an electric stove, the ratio of transferred heat by radiation and input of electric power is the efficiency because the basis of efficiency is output/input. The problem becomes more complicated for the input if you think widely about the range of the input data though there is no problem as long as a discussion in the micro range. When the power generation efficiency of the power plant is about 40% and loss of power transmission is 3%, overall efficiency from power plant to home is 37%. Therefore, you need to take into account that efficiency of an electric stove is to be multiplied by the overall efficiency if you want to know the efficiency on the primary energy basis from power production to utilization at home. Even here is a discussion that any one who steps in environmental issues encounters.
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# by fifa5963 | 2009-06-06 10:14
2009年 05月 30日

We can work it out


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# by fifa5963 | 2009-05-30 11:39
2009年 05月 24日

The fiction of responsible central government

f0203194_1935737.jpgThe enigma of Japanese Power
by Karel Van Wolferen

P6 - P7から引用

First, there is the friction that Japan is a sovereign state like any other, a state with central organs of government that can both recognise what is good for the country and bear ultimate responsibility for national decision-making. This is an illusion that is very difficult to dispel. Diplomacy takes a government's ability to make responsible decisions for granted; it would be extremely difficult for foreign governments to proceed without the assumption of a Japanese government that can cope with the external world, as other governments do, simply by changing its policies.

Nevertheless, unless the relative lack of governmental responsibility in Japan, the fundamental cause of mutual frustration, is recognised, relations with Japan are bound to deteriorate further. Statecraft in Japan is quite different from in Europe, the Americans and most of contemporary Asia. For centuries it has entailed a balance between semi-autonomous groups that share in power. Today, the most powerful groups include certain ministry officials, some political cliques and clusters of bureaucrat-businessmen. There are many lesser ones, such as the agricultural co-operarive, the police, the press and the gangsters. All are components of what we may call the System in order to distinguish it from the state. No one is ultimately in charge. These semi-autonomous components, each endowed with discretionary powers that undermine the authority of the state, are not represent by any central body tha rule the roost.
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# by fifa5963 | 2009-05-24 19:00
2009年 05月 23日

Dissing Japan

著名若手ブロガーのYS氏の引用記事を英語学習用として、ここでもUPさせていただく。
http://corner.nationalreview.com/post/?q=ZjQ2OTllZTkwYThkZTBlYmZhNDM2NDJiMTY5NzE3N2U=
Originally, という簡単な単語を自分が英作文をしたとして果たして思いついただろうかと思ったので、この記事を熟読することで印象付けたい。

もうひとつ。political scientist とという表現だ。直訳すると政治科学者というところだ。まあ、多少知恵が働いて政治学者と訳せるだろう。問題はscience=科学ではないということだ。副島隆彦氏が、何度もいっていたように、science=学問なのである。もっといえば、論理的な方法論による学問的態度といったところか、・・・・。しかし、海外の新聞にこんな風にあっさり出ているというのに、scienece=科学の公式が抜けきれない日本人に英語を頑張れというのは酷かもしれない。

しかしJohn Roosという人。格好良い華麗な裏情報など出てきそうにない任命でしょうな。最高支配層と結びつけたい皆様方、頑張ってください。

Friday, May 22, 2009

Dissing Japan? [Jonathan Adler]

A friend sends along some interesting (if disturbing) news on the Obama administration's recent change of heart regarding who will be Ambassador to Japan.

Originally, Obama was supposed to appoint Joseph Nye, a political scientist from Harvard, as ambassador to Japan. This rumor, which clearly came from the Obama administration, was widely publicized in the Japanese media.

The Japanese were very pleased, and liked the fact that Nye was a well respected academic who had authored the well-received Nye-Armitage report on the importance of the US-Japan alliance. Now, after appointing Huntsman as ambassador to China — a former governor who actually speaks Mandarin — the Obama administration has decided against Nye, and is instead putting forth someone named John Roos.

Perhaps you are familiar with him (he is apparently a high-powered silicon valley attorney), but his only qualification seems to be that he raised a ton of money for Obama in California. He has no expertise in international affairs and doesn't appear to know anything about Japan.

Essentially, this is political payback. Imagine how the Japanese feel about this, particularly after all the reporting on Huntsman. As they like to remind people, they, and not China, are the second largest economy in the world. So we send them a fundraiser? This is a real "slap-in-the-face" to a country that is already beginning to reevaluate our relationship after we took such a hands-off attitude to the N. Korean missle launch.
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# by fifa5963 | 2009-05-23 21:31
2009年 04月 30日

太田述正氏の近代史観の英訳

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19世紀末以降の日本史 太田述正
History of Japan since 19th century by Nobumasa Ohta



(1)基本的スタンス
歴史を語るにあたっては、それが事実を踏まえたものであるかどうかについて、慎重の上にも慎重を期すべきだ。それはそれとして、「正しい」歴史認識などありえない。各自の抱いている価値観に照らし、「もっともらしい」歴史認識であるか「もっともらしくない」歴史認識であるかどうかだけだ。歴史認識について語る際には、自分の価値観を明らかにすべきだ。私の価値観は、専制は悪で自由は善、しかしアナーキーは悪、機会の平等が追求されるべきで、無抵抗の人間を殺すことは極力避けなければならない、というシンプルなものだ。言うまでもなく、これはアングロサクソン的価値観だが、基本的に日本的価値観でもある。「侵略」とは何かとか、「侵略」は常に悪か、といった議論には私は関心がない。戦争(冷戦を含む)については、どちら側が、より上記価値観に則った言動を行っているかどうかを見極めた上で、評価を下すよう心がけている。これは歴史に対する価値観的アプローチだが、文明論的アプローチであると言ってもよかろう。近現代においては、世界は地域史を超えて共通の歴史を織りなすに至っている。日本は、この世界の近現代史の中心的なアクターではない。よって日本を中心とした日本近現代史を描くことは生産的ではない。
(1)My fundamental viewpoint
When you talk about history, you need to consider deliberately whether it is based on the facts or not. Besides that, there is no right perception of history if any in the world, but there are private histories of “may be appropriate”or “may not be appropriate” which vary among individuals according to his/her own sense of values.

When you talk about the perception of history, you need to show your sense of values regarding history. My sense of values is very simple in which autocracy is evil, freedom is virtuous, but anarchy is bad, the principle of equal opportunity is to be pursued, and to kill the people who don’t resist is to be avoided by all means. Needles to say, this is fundamentally Japanese sense of values for history as well as that of Anglo-Saxon.

I am not interested in the discussion at all on something like what an invasion is, or whether invasion is always evil. When I talk about war, I make it a rule to judge the character of the war, after making sure how the parties talk and behave along with the sense of values mentioned above. This is an approach for history based on (enlighted) values, or you may either say it is an approach based on (enlighted) civilizational viewpoint.

In modern-contemporary era, the world has produced a common history encompassing regional histories. Japan has not been a principal actor in modern-contemporary history of the world. Therefore, to describe modern-contemporary history from the viewpoint of Japan is not productive.

(2)世界の近現代史は、自由主義のアングロサクソン文明と専制主義の欧州文明の抗争の歴史である。
(2)Modern-contemporary history of the world is the history of conflicts between civilizations of Anglo-Saxon freedom and that of European autocracy.

(3)ただし、米国はアングロサクソン文明を主、欧州文明を従とする、アングロサクソンのできそこない(bastard)である。
(3)The United States of America is a bastard Anglo-Saxon nation which is based on Angro-Saxon civilization primarily and on European civilization secondarily.

(4)19世紀末から、この抗争は、アングロサクソンと(欧州文明のextensionとしての)ロシアの対峙・抗争へと収斂するに至り、この抗争は約 100年続いた。(19世紀末に中央アジアで展開されたイギリス対ロシアのいわゆる Great Game は、その序章にあたる。) その後は、ロシアと支那の主客が逆転し、アングロサクソンと(欧州文明のextensionのextensionとしての)支那の対峙の時代となって現在 に至っている。ただし、現在においても、ロシアは支那のジュニア・パートナーとして専制主義世界の中で重要な役割を演じている。
(4)The conflict had embraced another confrontation/conflict between Anglo-Saxon and Russia, an extension of European civilization, which had continued for about 100 years. The so called Great Game which had been developed in central Asia towards the end of the 19th century was the beginning of this conflict between Anglo-Saxon and Russia. Afterwards, although the position of Russia was replaced by China who adopted a position of an extension of Russia, the confrontation is still continuing now. Even now, Russia is playing an important role in autocratic world as a junior partner of China.

(5)アングロサクソン文明と世界で最も親和的な文明を持つ日本は、19世紀末から約100年間にわたって、一貫してアングロサクソン側に立ってロシアと対峙、抗争し、その後は支那と対峙し、現在に至っている。この19世紀末以降の日本史は、ロシアに対するところの第一期(1894~1924年)、第二期(1924~53年)、第三期(1953~91年)と、支那に対するところの第四期へと四期に区分できる。
(5)Japan who has the most similar civilization in the world with that of the Anglo-Saxon had confronted and/or fought with Russia standing on the Anglo-Saxon side for all these 100 odd years, and has been opposing China accordingly until now. The history of Japan since the end of the 19th century could be divided into four periods. As for the first three periods, namely the first period(1894~1924), the second period(1924~53) , the third period(1953~91) , Japan had confronted Russia, and the fourth period has confronted China.

(6)第一期:日清戦争、日露戦争、シベリア出兵の時期。
日本はそれぞれ英米から、好意的中立、諜報的・資金的支援、共同出兵、の形で支援を得ながらロシアと間接的、直接的に戦い、文明開化(実態はアングロサクソン化)を掲げて自らの勢力圏を拡大することで、ロシアの勢力圏拡大の阻止、減殺を図った。  (周辺地域の植民地化は、必ずしも日本の望むところではなかったが、「15年」戦争の終焉((7)参照)まで続いた日本の植民地経営は、欧米列強の植民 地経営と比べて、就中英国の植民地経営と比べてすら、成功したものだった。このことは、韓国と台湾の現況と欧米列強の旧植民地の現況を比較するまでもなく明らかだ。)この第一期の大部分の1902~23年、日本は英国と同盟関係にあった。なお、第一期の末期に、ロシアは共産主義の衣を纏うに至る(=ソ連)。
(6)First period: the Sino‐Japanese War (1894‐95),the Russo‐Japanese War (1904‐05), Dispatch of Japanese Troops to Siberia(1918-25)
Japan fought against Russia directly or indirectly while being supported by Great Britain and the United States in terms of their neutral positions in favor of Japan, financing Japan, or dispatching troops on the Japanese side. And Japan also tried to block and lessen the expansion of Russian sphere of influence by raising the banner of civilization and enlightenment, in other words Anglo-Saxonisation, as an official position.

Although colonizing surrounding area was not necessarily happy business for Japan at that time, Japan’s colonial rule that came to an end at the conlusion of the so called 15 Years War(1931~45) was successful in comparison with those of the western powers, particularly Great Britain. This can be clearly illustrated if you compare current situations in Korea and Taiwan with the ex-colonies of the western powers. 

During the main part of the first period, 1902~23, Japan was allied with Great Britain. (Russia introduced communism (which originated in Europe) at the end of the first period and renamed as the USSR.)・・・

(7)第二期:ロシア(ソ連)との対峙(1925年に治安維持法成立)から始まり、満州事変、日中戦争、大東亜戦争からなる「15年」戦争(家永三郎による命名)から朝鮮戦争までの拡大大東亜戦争(私の命名)の終戦に至る時期。
「15年」戦争については、日本は、満州事変に関しては単独で、日中戦争に関しては米国の妨害に抗しながら、更に大東亜戦争に関しては英米と戦争をしながら、ロシアによるところの、(ファシストたる)中国国民党、(ロシアの傀儡たる)中国共産党を手先とした支那への間接侵略と戦った(コラム#2894)。大東亜戦争の最終場面でロシアが前面に出て日本に対して開戦したことを受け、日本は「15年」戦争での敗北を認め、支那と朝鮮半島北部はロシアの勢力圏に入った。朝鮮戦争については、日本を占領していた米国が、朝鮮半島におけるロシアによる間接侵略に直面し、日本のいわば代理として、英国等の協力を得ながら、この間接侵略と戦い、朝鮮半島南部へのロシアの勢力圏拡大阻止に成功した(コラム#2894)。なお、この時期を、日本はアングロサクソン流の自由民主主義国(吉野作造ばりに言えば立憲民本主義国)として迎えた(1925年に普通選挙法成立)。「15年」戦争の末期においても、日本で自由民主主義は機能していた。この戦争末期に(当時の米英同様、)日本で自由が大きく制限されていたからといって、日本が自由民主主義国であったことが否定されるものではない。日本は、「15年」戦争を、自由に表明された国民的コンセンサスに基づいて戦った。なお、(10)参照。
(7)Second period: the period started from facing Russian threat(caused the Maintenance of the Public Order Act in Japan) to the extended Greater East Asian war(named by Nobumasa Ohta) including war of 15 Years (named by Saburo Ienaga) composed of the Manchurian Incident, the Sino‐Japanese war, Greater East Asian war, and the Korean war.

Japan had fought against indirect invasions to Sino carried out by the Chinese Kuomintang of fascist governed by Russia, and against Russian puppet party of Sino-Communist, as an Russian agent, while fighting alone in the Manchurian Incident, emulating the interruption by United States in the 15 Years war, and further waging war with Great Britain and the United States in the Great East Asian war.
Facing outbreak of the war of aggression by Russia in the last stage of Great East Asian War, Japan had conceded the defeat of 15 Years war; consequently Sino and northern part of Korean peninsula were fallen into Russian sphere of influence.

As for Korean War, United States who had occupied Japan so far was confronted with indirect invasion by Russia, and it had fought as if a proxy of Japan, against North Korea and succeeded in stemming the expansion of sphere of influence by Russia while being supported by Great Britain etc. Incidentally, Japan entered in those days as a Liberal-Democratic nation like Angro-Saxon way: constitutional democracy in terms of Sakuzo Yoshino, a well-known philosopher in Japan during Meiji-Taisyo period.  Even in the final stage of 15 Years war, Liberal Democracy had been working in Japan.

It is undeniable that Japan had been a Liberal-Democratic nation, although freedom of speech in Japan had been strictly restricted in the final stage of the war: as same as in Great Britain and the United States. Japan had fought in 15 Years war on the basis of national consensus expressed freely by nation people. Refer to (10)

(8)第三期:米国がロシアと対峙したことに伴い、日本もロシアと対峙した時期。
第三期以降は核時代でもある。 この第三期の間、1960年代には支那がロシアの勢力圏から離脱した。1991年にロシアは共産主義の衣を脱ぎ捨てるとともに領土と勢力圏を再び大幅に失い(=ソ連の崩壊)、もはやアングロサクソンと対峙できる存在ではなくなり、ここに第三期は終焉を迎える。この期において、日本は、一貫して米国と「同盟」関係・・実態は、日本側の意思に基づく宗主国米国との属国(保護国)関係・・を維持した。これに対し米国は、一貫して日本の「独立」を求め続けた。
(8) Third period: Japan had confronted Russia, following the same case of United States.  The age of nuclear weapon has come since third period started.Russia took off the mantle of communism and lost its republic territories and Russian sphere of influence due to collapsing of Soviet Union in 1991, and it could not afford to cope with Angro-Saxon nations any more, consequently the third period had ended.

During the era, Japan had kept an alliance with United States: as a matter of fact, Japan is such level as a tributary state (protectorate) of United States, a suzerain power.However, concerning such Japan's attitude, United States had consistently kept on requiring Japan to be an independent nation aparting from United States.

(9)第四期:ロシアの勢力圏の縮小に伴い、ロシアと支那の国力が主客逆転し、支那がメインとなってアングロサクソンと対峙するようになったことに伴い、日本も支那と対峙するようになった時期。混乱期を経てファシスト国家へと変貌を遂げたロシアは、共産主義を標榜したままファシスト国家へと変貌を遂げた支那に再接近し、支那のジュニアパートナーとなって現在に至っている。(この関係をいわば公式のものとしたのが、2001年の上海協力機構設立だ。)日本は、引き続き米国と「同盟」関係を維持しているところ、米国は、これまた引き続き日本の「独立」を求めている。
(9) Fourth period: As the Russian sphere of influence was getting smaller, national power of Russia was replaced with that of Sino, and then Sino as a main player stood in front position against Angro-Saxon nations, which caused Japan has been confronted Sino.

After period of confusion, Russia had come to Fascist nation which was different from what it had used to be, and it had approached again to Sino who also had metamorphosed into Fascist nation with ideology of communism on, and has kept relationship with Sino as a junior partner of Sino. The relationship between Sino and Russia at that time has consequently turned into Shanghai Cooperation Organization as known officially founded in 2001.

In the mean time, Japan has been still maintaining the relationship with United States which is favorable for Japan, whereas United States has been asking Japan to be an independent nation aparting from United States.

(10)第一~第四期を通じて、日本のスタンスには一貫してぶれがない。他方英米、とりわけ米国は、第二期の「15年」戦争において、ロシア側に立つ、という逸脱行動をとった。これは、当時の米国の、第一に、(欧州文明から引き継いだ)病理的な対有色人種差別意識に基づく東アジア黄色人種に対する牧民意識、第二に、(欧州文明に由来するところの)共産主義/ファシズムに対する甘い認識、第三に、世界の覇権国で(地盤沈下しつつ)あった英国に対する近親憎悪的嫉視、東アジアの覇権国であった(興隆する)日本に対する人種差別的敵意、がしからしめたもの。(第二期において、米国が世界中で(やはり欧州文明由来の)ナショナリズムを推進、支援したのは、それが英日両帝国の解体にも資するイデオロギーだったから。)英国がこの米国の逸脱行動を黙認したり逸脱行動に同調したりせざるをえなかったのは、自国の裏庭である欧州において、その覇権国になろうと目論む専制国家ないしファシスト国家たるドイツの挑戦に、第一期の終わりと第二期の途中で2度にわたり直面したため、米国から、やむなく資金的・軍事的支援を得る必要があったため。なお、緊急避難的に英国は、両大戦において、敵の敵である専制国家/共産主義国家ロシアと共に戦った。(これは日本が、「15年」戦争末期において、緊急避難的に敵の敵であるファシスト国家ドイツと共に戦ったことと好一対。)この米国の逸脱行動により、支那及び朝鮮半島北部にまでロシア勢力圏が広がった。その結果、独裁者毛沢東の下で支那は累次にわたり、総計何千万人にも上る餓死者、虐殺者を出し、朝鮮半島では朝鮮戦争が起き、その後もその北部は金独裁王朝の恐怖政治の下にあるが、それらすべてに米国は大きな責任がある。(ベトナム戦争は、共産主義を掲げたベトナム・ナショナリズムの興隆をロシア勢力圏の拡大と米国が誤認したためにエスカレートしたもの。まさに共産主義の「悪」に目覚めた米国が、羮に懲りて膾を吹いたというところか。)
(10)From first period through fourth period, Japan’s standpoint had been consistent without any deviation, while Great Britain and United States, especially United States conducted deviant behaviors taking a position on Russian side. This was brought about by prejudices as follows that United States had in those days:

First, sense of livestock farming for the yellow race of East Asia based on discrimination against colored people which inherited from European civilization.

Second, optimistic perception for the threat of Communism/Fascism, which originated from European civilization.

Third, hate derived from close ties with and jealous of Great Britain who had declined as hegemonic nation, and hostile feelings based on the sense of discrimination against Japan, as emerging nation in East Asia.

During the second period, why United States promoted nationalism which also originated from European civilization was because that nationalism was useful ideology which could contribute to collapse of empires of Japan and Great Britain.

Why Great Britain tolerates or sympathizes with deviant behavior of United States was because that it needed to acquire financial and military support from United States, due to facing a threat by Germany, a fascist nation which had planned to be hegemonic nation in Europe: the backyard of Great Britain twice towards the end of the first period and also at the middle of the second period.

Incidentally, Great Britain had fought in terms of emergent evacuation together with Russia: autocratic state/communist nation, and enemy of enemy of Great Britain. Japan had fought likewise in terms of emergent evacuation together with Germany: fascist nation, as an enemy of enemy of Japan.

Russian sphere of influence had spread to Sino and northern part of Korean peninsula due to the deviant behavior of United States, which often resulted in massive casualties: over ten millions of death of starvation or massacred in total under the dictatorship of Mao Zedong, also outbreak of the Korean War, and northern part of Korean peninsula has still been under the Kim dynasty, a reign of fearful dictatorship.

Therefore, United States owes enormous responsibility for each of all tragic events. As for Vietnam War, it occurred and escalated by the reason that United States had mistaken rising nationalism in Vietnam for the expansion of Russian sphere of influence.

(11)米国は、第二期の末期にファシズムに対する甘い認識を改め、第三期に入る頃から、共産主義に対する甘い認識も改め、1960年代の公民権法の成立から、今年のオバマの大統領選出へと有色人種差別意識をも相当程度克服し、今や単独覇権の追求を止める兆しすら見える等、急速に自らを純粋なアングロサクソンへと脱皮させつつある。
(11)United States had begun to regret its tolerance for Fascism towards the last stage of the second period, and for communism at the beginning of the third period, also has overcome the sense of discrimination against colored people to gradually as seen in series of events from legislation of civil rights act of 1964, to Barack Obama elected president; besides we can see a sign of declination of its seeking singular hegemony in the world.

These facts show that United States has been changed to pure Angro-Saxon nation.

(12)日本自身も、「15年」戦争の際の軍の統制の乱れ(将校の下克上、兵士の無規律)、兵士の人命の軽視(餓死戦病死兵士の続出、玉砕の多発)と、それにより支那一般住民に不必要に多数の犠牲者を出したことを厳しく反省するとともに、米国による日本の都市無差別爆撃、就中原爆投下、ソ連による満州居留民に対する暴虐行為やシベリア抑留を強く批判し続けるべきだろう。その上で日本は、米国に対し、上記逸脱行為が、米国の第一の原罪たる有色人種差別と並ぶ第二の原罪であること粘り強く説明してその反省を促すべきだろう。私は日本が、米国からの「独立」を達成し、日本による説得によって逸脱行為を反省し、改心して純粋なアングロサクソンとなった米国と(現行の安保条約を廃棄した上で)双務的な同盟条約を締結し、他のアングロサクソン諸国等とも手を携えて世界の平和と安定、そして繁栄に尽力する日が一日も早く来て欲しいと願っている。
(12) Japan needs to reflect severely such facts as disorder of control of army because of trading places by lower officials and indiscipline of soldiers, neglect of human lives such as soldiers of wounded, death of starvation one after another, and frequent occurrence of suicidal battles, during the 15 Years war, which had brought about a numbers of casualties of ordinary citizens in Sino meaninglessly, whereas Japan also ought to keep on accusing United States of indiscriminate bombing onto the cities in Japan, especially atomic bombing onto Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Soviet Union's atrocities for residents in Manchuria, and merciless detention by Soviet Union in Siberia.

Then, Japan should make United States understand her second sin: past deviant behaviors, following original sin: discrimination against colored people, and should call on United States to regret the behaviors. I sincerely hope that Japan will become an independent nation aparting from United States, and conclude the bilateral U.S.‐Japan Security Treaty in exchange for the cancellation of existing one-sided contract with United States who regretted her past deviant behaviors which were pointed out by Japan, and become another purified Angro-Saxon nation.

And I do hope that Japan will contribute to the peace, safety, and prosperity of the world together with Angro-Saxon nations as soon as possible in the future.
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# by fifa5963 | 2009-04-30 21:54