December 28, 10:18 a.m., 2017
Once again, Japan is staging U.S. military expression. There is a 150-year military thread linking Perry’s Black ships in 1853-54, Teddy Roosevelt’s White Fleet in 1908, and immense forces during WWII in the 1940s.
On December 19, 2017, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s Cabinet approved of the installation of a major U.S. built (Lockheed Martin in the WIP) Aegis missile defense system for use against North Korean aggression.
“Aegis Ashore, a U.S.-made land-based version of the Aegis combat system developed for warships, is a collection of radars, computers and missiles.
Acquiring Aegis Ashore would protect the entire country, from Hokkaido to Okinawa Prefecture, the government says. The government had also considered a different U.S. system, the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD), but it would require six sites to cover the nation. Aegis Ashore is more cost effective, according to the Defense Ministry…
So far, the government is considering Akita and Yamaguchi prefectures as candidate sites, sources said.”
The U.S. has major sensitivity to two very important latitude crossings through Japan’s main island, one at 35° North and another along 40° North.
The core city of Akita Prefecture is Akita at 39° North 43’12”. The city was destroyed by U.S. B-29 Super-fortresses on August 14, 1945.
The capital city of Yamaguchi Prefecture is Yamaguchi at 34° North 11′. This is within the 35° North Branch of the WIP, which also sweeps cities like Hiroshima and Tokyo, both major targets of horrific destruction, from the air, by the U.S..