US Military Publishes Moe Manga

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The US military has issued a charming moe manga in an effort to win over Japanese sceptical of the value of an alliance costing them billions of dollars and the virginity of countless schoolgirls.

Aside from pressing base-related PR reasons which forced the last Japanese Prime Minister to resign after he broke his promise to the people of Okinawa to relocate a particularly hated US base, the manga celebrates the 50 years which have elapsed since Japan was elevated from colony to puppet.

The story covers rabbit-eared American boy Usa-kun as he “protects” a Japanese household from such pressing threats as cockroaches, whilst explaining the details of the alliance, all published freely online:

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Unsurprisingly, the manga glosses over all the schoolgirl rape and vast sprawling Okinawan bases which are the most immediate cause of friction over the alliance, although this would likely require several volumes of ero-manga to do justice to.

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