Response to Hostage Incident in Algeria Cialis (Tadalafil)

The incident in Algeria in which an Islamic extremist group took foreign nationals hostage had a very unfortunate outcome, including the loss of ten Japanese citizens’ lives. On behalf of the Happiness Realization Party, I would like to express my heartfelt condolences and convey my deepest sympathy to the families of the victims.

This appallingly inhumane act of terrorism can never be forgiven, and we cannot help but feel outrage. The Happiness Realization Party resolutely denounces terrorism, and we are thus calling for the government of Japan to give up its policy of “one-country pacifism” and strengthen measures aimed at eradicating terrorism, which threatens the peace and safety of the international community.

As we mentioned in our party announcement of January 18, there are currently many Japanese citizens residing in foreign countries, whose lives and safety must be protected. We therefore once again call for the swift development of a legal system that will enable the Self-Defense Forces to go to the rescue of Japanese nationals overseas.

Japan not only needs to engage in the fight against terrorism in the international community, but is also facing military threats from neighboring countries. These include North Korea, which is taking rapid steps toward the acquisition of nuclear missiles and has clearly adopted a confrontational stance regarding the United States, and China, which is accelerating its imperialistic policies and taking repeated actions with a view to invading the Senkaku Islands. In order to stand up to such threats, Japan needs to urgently develop a deterrent force, and the Happiness Realization Party will continue to act boldly with the aim of strengthening Japan’s national defenses.

Hissho Yanai
Party Leader
The Happiness Realization Party