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    Japanese Liberal Democracy

    Japanese Liberal Democracy is a generally authoritarian, economically and culturally right, and nationalist ideology based off the platform of the Liberal Democratic Party in Japan.

    History

    W.I.P.

    Variants

    ReactNeocon.png Japanese Neoconservatism

    Neoconservatism in Cball-Japan.png Japan, also known as the neo-defense school, refers to a hawkish new generation of Japanese conservatives most of which are members of the LDP(Japan).png Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) and whom also may have been part of the ultranationalist, revisionist organization of NeoShowa.png Nippon Kaigi. As members of the post-war generation, Japanese neocons view themselves as free of responsibility or guilt for Japan's conquests past war crimes that happened during the Showa.png Imperial Era. It is worth noting that some past members of the Liberal Democratic Party and Nippon Kaigi were soldiers in the Imperial Japanese Army during the Pacific War. This includes former Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone who was stationed in Borneo during the Dutch East Indies campaign, and the founder of Nippon Kaigi, Koichi Tsukamoto who fought against the British Allied Forces in the Battle of Imphal during the Burma Campaign.

    What defines the neoconservatives of the Liberal Democratic Party from other Japanese politicians is their desire to change and reinterpret the country's constitution, especially Article 9 which is viewed as obsolete. This would enable Japan to re-arm to the level of most other countries.

    During the Premiership of Junichiro Koizumi, the Japanese government aided western powers in the Iraq War through the Japanese Iraq Reconstruction and Support Group (JIRSG) a battalion-sized, largely humanitarian contingent of the Japan Self-Defense Forces that was sent to Samawah, Cball-Iraq.png Southern Iraq in early January 2004 and withdrew by late July 2006.

    NeoShowa.png Nippon Kaigi

    Nippon Kaigi (Japan Conference) is Japan's largest Reactcross.png ultra-conservative and Ultranat.png ultranationalist far-right organization and lobby group. The organization describes its aims as to "change the postwar national consciousness based on the Tokyo Tribunal's view of history as a fundamental problem" and to revise Japan's current Constitution, especially Article 9 which forbids the maintenance of a standing army. The group also aims to promote Modnat.png patriotic education, support official visits to Monarch.png Yasukuni Shrine, and promote a Nation.png nationalist interpretation of Shinto Theocracy.png State Shinto. The organization opposes Fem.png feminism, Gay.png LGBT rights, and the recognition of Showa.png Japanese war crimes committed during WW2.

    Kochikai.png Kishidaism

    Kochikai.png Kishidaism is an ideology representing current Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and the Kōchikai faction of the LDP. It is known for its Modcon.png moderately conservative views on social matters and promoting Soccap.png redistributive capitalism.
    Despite his self-proclaimed moderatism, Kishida is still a member of the ultranationalist NeoShowa.png Nippon Kaigi, like many other prominent LDP members. He differs from many of the hardline conservatives in his party though, supporting peaceful diplomacy, opposing remilitarization, and being mostly ambivalent on issues like same-sex marriage.

    Personality

    • Gets very defensive whenever war crimes committed by Japan are mentioned

    Relationships

    Friends

    • AmericanModel.png American Model - Might have bombed me a few times (for literally no reason), but we’re tight now.
    • ChiangKaiShek.png Chiang Kai-Shek Thought - Thanks for your forgiveness of Japan and sparing Nobusuke Kishi, and we became staunch allies since 1945. Even though I recognized PRC later.
    • PanGreenTW.png Taiwanese Nationalism - Lee Teng-hui is mega based and Tsai Ing-wen is a staunch ally of Japan.
    • Conservative Posadism.png MacArthurism - Thanks for sparing Emperor Hirohito and helping me to rebuild my country.

    Frenemies

    • Trans.png Trans People - I guess you can legally change your gender (only if you get sterilized though).
    • Ilminism.png Ilminism - Good ally against North Korea but still, we’ve committed no war crimes in WW2.
    • RevRightKMT.png Revisionary Tridemism - He is pretty similar to me nowadays and always asks me to apologize for the non-existent ‘war crimes’.
    • Mao.png Maoism - We used to be arch-enemies until the relationship improved in the 1970s as China started to approach the west, which includes Japan.
    • Dengf.png Dengism - We have our ups and downs, but our relationship has deteriorated since Xi came to power with his aggressive behaviors in the Taiwan Straits and the South China Sea. Diaoyu Islands are definitely Japanese, though, and both the ROC and PRC renounced their claims on the islands in the 20th century.

    Enemies

    • Liberalsoc.png Liberal Socialism - STOP TALKING ABOUT THOSE WAR CRIMES THAT NEVER HAPPENED!!!
    • JapCom.png Japanese Communism - Commie that’s against both the monarchy and remilitarizing (we do share a love for classical music though).
    • Showa.png Showa Statism - I don't care I like some of your intervention tactics, leave me alone!
    • Tetsuya Yamagami - Oowww! How dare You shoot me?!
    • Demsocstar.png Democratic Socialism - We were able to keep you out of power with Cball-US.png their help.
    • Juche.png Juche - Posadist lunatic.

    Further Information

    Wikipedia

    Organizations

    People

    Notes

    1. The organization’s founder was a businessman, and so were multiple of its leaders.
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