According to the referendum in Ryukyu Prefect, 75% voters
support Ryukyu to become an independent state.
Ryukyu Islands have a population of 1.4 million people,
and is home to 74% of US troops stationed in Japan. A deep
rooted anti-Japanese sentiment, along with a strong presence
of foreign military forces and a high crime rate related
to the US troops constantly fuel the independence movement.
Ryukyu people held a rally urging to establish an Interim
Government independent from Japan, calling to form a close
tie with China and demand the United States to withdraw all
its troops from the Islands.
The revival of the neo-Fascist movement in Japan and the
US military presence in the islands bring a sense of urgency
to the Ryukyu people about the danger they're facing. They
refuse to be used as sacrificial lambs at the alter of the