The Japanese Government today announced plans to form a foreign policy during the 2015 calendar year. The move comes after years of adopting hollow positions on just about everything, where official statements have meant little more than saying, “It’s a difficult situation,” and,”We need to think carefully about this.”
The ruling Liberal Democratic Party, which is dominated by older men who quite possibly spent a tremendous amount of time during their teenage years pleasuring themselves with their sisters’ knickers, has shown great enthusiasm for the unexpected move.
“We’ll be taking the lead on various global issues,” stated Assistant Under Secretary Tetsuya Morimoto. “And we may even adopt positions which are at odds with the USA. If that’s the case, then so be it.”
Morimoto then quickly added, “Obviously, this kind of thing would be rare, and the issue wouldn’t be a major one either.”