1. The State is always, whatever be its form — primitive, ancient, medieval, modern - an invitation issued by one group of men to other human groups to carry out some enterprise in common.
The Japanese State has lost its purpose! Because they can not give to the State a reason to exist, the political elite of the country has decided that it should not exist anymore. And the common people agree. In the last months every piece of the Japanese State has been relentlessly dismantled, one by one. First it was the Constitution, then the project for a National Army was destroyed. As of now, the government plans to do away with the forum and Immigration.
The truth is we have no common goal to offer to the people coming into this country. No State to make a greater and better future plausible. So we offer them to "blend in", to hide in the dark, in the caverns, like us. But because we have chosen party and MU segregation and isolation as our way of life, it does not give us the right to reccomend it or, even worse, impose it on others. The "Serbian crisis" is in reality a Japanese crisis. And it affects Serbian (new Japanese if they like) and eJapanese alike.
2. That enterprise, be its intermediate processes what they may, consists in the long run in the organisation of a certain type of common life.
Many may say that none of this: forum, army or constitution is indispensable to play. I agree. A forum, a national army or a constitution is not a reason in itself. Not even unity is. But every group of people need to build something together in order to be able to trust each other. And until now no one is offering something. We have not build something as a country for a while now and we do not trust each other, no matter how much we want it. The solution is not how to keep another group of people apart but to find a common enterprise. If i may suggest one: a Japanese State. Not like this one, the government is trying to build, based on "party mentality", walls and mutual distrust. But a new one, one that makes a future possible.
3. [As Renan says] "To have common glories in the past, a common will in the present; to have done great things together; to wish to do greater; these are the essential conditions which make up a people".
In my humble opinion it is wrong to pretend "natural rights" over a country and its people just because of the your past achievements, without offering a future vision for that country and making practical efforts to attain that vision.
It is also wrong to claim a bigger role in the future of the country, no matter how big your present activity is, without showing any respect of the past of the country.
No matter how much one side stresses out it's "culture" or the other shows off it's "damage", without a common ground, the only way to decide the rights over the eJapan would be through brutal force. But then, the winning side will notice that the trophy is smaller than it hoped.
4. In the past, an inheritance of glories and regrets; in the future, one and the same programme to carry out.… The existence of a nation is a daily plebiscite.
Civilized people need other people around. That's why whenever a society descends into barbarity, people scatter. My fear is that eJapan is becoming a barbaric nation. The people and its leaders have dismantled the state and are scattering into their parties and MU to find peace. Everyone has the right to choose its own way of living even if it is barbarity. But i can not stand those people (special greetings to our President here) who preach Barbarism as a higher form of living.
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