This is a joke right? Japan receives a “tongue-lashing” from its master

The Anglo-Americans have warned Japan about having discussions with Russia after Russia began air operations over Syria destroying ISIS assets (CIA assets). The Americans have been bombing those same ISIS assets for more than one year compared to Russia demolishing ISIS assets in less than a week. It would be in Japan’s best interests to jump ship with the Anglo-Americans and become more conciliatory towards Russia. Japan and Russia are in discussions over natural gas supplies from two large natural gas production facilities on the Sakhalin Islands, and negotiations over the Kuril Islands which Japan desperately wants back under its control since it is an incredibly fertile source of fish. Russia will never cede the Kuril Islands back to Japan, however, if Japan can be conciliatory towards Russia, the Russians would allow Japan to fish the waters off the Kuril Islands. So what’s it going to be Mr. Abe, continued obedience to the satrap LDP Anglo-American lackeys, or real independence from the Anglo-Americans? Isn’t it about time Japan sets its own course? Radio Free Europe is mentioned as a source for this news. Realize that Radio Free Europe is the extension of the American CIA (the CIA is a production company) into Europe and Russia and has been since 1945.
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US Gives Tongue-Lashing to Japan for Holding Meetings With Russia

Screen Shot 2015-10-11 at 9.31.36 AMJapan received a tongue-lashing from the United States due to Tokyo’s attempts to hold peace and trade talks with Russia, Radio Free Europe reported.

Washington was worried about Tokyo’s recent talks with Moscow on a World War II peace treaty, pointing out to its East Asian ally that it should honor Western sanctions against Russia.

“Broadly speaking, it’s not time for business as usual with Russia,” US State Department spokesperson John Kirby said during a briefing on Thursday.

Kirby warned Japan that it should proceed cautiously when dealing with Russia.

On September 21, following a meeting with Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov stressed that cooperation between Japan and Russia is in the interest of both Tokyo and Moscow and it shouldn’t depend on external factors.

Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe attends a memorial service ceremony marking the 70th anniversary of Japan’s surrender in World War Two at Budokan Hall in Tokyo

Then last week, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe discussed economic relations between the two countries. The meeting was held on the sidelines of the International Science and Technology Forum in the Japanese city of Kyoto.

Russia’s relations with Japan have deteriorated amid the Ukrainian crisis. Japan joined many Western countries and their allies in imposing sanctions against Moscow for its alleged participation in the conflict in Ukraine’s southeast.

Russia and Japan have also seen a spike in tensions over the Kuril Islands in the Sea of Okhotsk. All of the Kurils have been administered by Russia since the end of World War II, but the Japanese government still lays claim to Iturup and three other islands.

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