But hopefully soon Abe will be forced to answer the most important question of all: does honor have a price?
The most recurring story Westerners get about Japan is that their society is old and dying.
This sterility is caused by the Allied imposition of two known race carcinogens: liberal capitalism and feminism.
These two doctrines were foisted upon the once proud nation by General Douglas MacArthur, who brought Jews in his carry-on to help write a new occupation "Constitution."
The most famous of these Jews was Beate Sirota Gordon, a 22-year-old music teacher who was tasked by MacArthur to write Article 24 on Women's Rights. In 1946 this law was more extreme on the cultural-leftist front than any piece of comparable American legislation. Other parts influenced by Gordon even included Soviet-style bans on "racism." (Gordon was a known communist)