Robert K Wilcox comments

Posted in: N Korea calls Abe an 'idiot' over criticism of weapons test See in context

Samit Basu it is true. North Korea inherited the remains of Japan's WWII program which was centered in Hungnam (Konan). When the Russians invaded, they looted it for several years, then left the rest for fledgling North Korea. Their struggling program began there in those ruins, which included plants, trained personnel, and uranium mines bearing fruit. It was later that Pakistan became involved. I went to Japan, interviewed participants, dug up many formerly top secret documents from U.S. archives. Read my two earlier books about it. Or, better yet, read the newest, Japan's Secret War 3rd edition, coming in December. Bensei in Tokyo just published it in Japanese.

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Posted in: N Korea calls Abe an 'idiot' over criticism of weapons test See in context

It's ironic that North Korea actually began it's nuclear program by inheriting Japan's World War II atomic program.

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Posted in: Japan suddenly finds itself on the 'nuclear missile Ginza' See in context

It's time Japan defends itself instead of relying on other countries. The only viable defense to nuclear attack, is the possibility of nuclear retaliation. Japan is capable. In fact, it probably produced a nuke at the end of World War II. But too late. The war ended and the Russians took it's plants in Occupied Korea. The little-known story, fully documented, is in Japan's Secret War, 3rd Edition, published in Japan by Bensei this past August and to be published in the U.S. this coming December.

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