Make Ryukyu Great Again
Upon restoring Ryukyu's independence, we will immediately:
- Remove all Japanese and U.S. military bases from Ryukyu
- Eliminate poverty among Ryukyuans
- Guarantee high-paying jobs for all Ryukyuans
- Eliminate income and property taxes for Ryukyuans
- Provide state-of-the-art free public healthcare, education, and transportation
Within the first five years after restoring Ryukyu's independence, we will:
- Grow Ryukyu's economy by 40%
- Make Ryukyu self-sufficient in all essentials for daily living (food, water, fuel, clothes, shelter, etc.)
- Restart Ryukyu's international trade routes for non-essential luxury items
Within the first ten years after restoring Ryukyu's independence, we will:
- Grow Ryukyu's economy by 80%
Historically Ryukyu was always self-sufficient, relying on imports only for non-essential luxury items. Since Japan and the U.S. took over, they have made Ryukyu heavily reliant on imports for survival. Once Ryukyu's independence is restored, we will also restore Ryukyu's self-sufficiency, providing all essentials for daily life domestically, while relying on imports only for non-essential luxury items.
- We will expand the Yui Rail, as well as other forms of public transportation, throughout all of Loochoo, providing both express and local options.
- Creation of a national airlines and shipping company.
Under international law, Loochoo technically never lost its de jure independence, but is simply illegally occupied by two foreign countries - the United States and Japan. Therefore the movement is technically not one to gain independence, but to regain or restore Loochoo's de facto independence by removing both the United States and Japan from the Loochoo Islands.
Studies indicate that more than half of Loochooans are dissatisfied with the current state of Loochoo being occupied by both Japan and the United States.