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Will Japan rule the earth?


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2010-01-14 00:50:15
2010-01-14 00:50:15

It is unlikely that any country will ever "rule the earth".

ANSWER:Maybe not the earth itself, but it could take over a lot of other countries out there who are in debt to Japan. Example: The USA.

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