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France's far-right political party leader Jean-Marie Le Pen, center, and his Vice President Bruno Gollnisch, left, are surrounded by reporters after paying their respects for the war dead at Yasukuni shrine in Tokyo on Saturday.

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Bruno - "did you see that girl's a$$? It was this big!"

Security detail - "マク.. たべてー.."

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Merci beaucoup, messieurs. Vous etes tres courageux. The world needs more men and women who can say, "La fin est arrive. Le futur est maintenant." Please forgive the poor French, but the point is other world leaders visit, and it is time for the leaders of Japan to do the same.

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Everyone knows Le Pen's philosophy about non-French. That is not the point, so don't argue it. The point is Japan does not need another country to tell its prime minister where he/she (someday) can go and pay his/her (someday) respect.

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Le Penn? Le grande fou!

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This is an interesting photo. Who's the guy on the right?

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Sarge: All of them are on the right.

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It's an interesting concept how many nationalists from EU states become MEPs with the objective of destroyingthe EU. I cannot imagine one of ours openly joining some institution to promote Pan-Asian integration in order to sabotage it, the uyoku will never allow it.

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It's an interesting concept how many nationalists from EU states become MEPs with the objective of destroyingthe EU. I cannot imagine one of ours openly joining some institution that promotes Pan-Asian integration in order to sabotage it, the uyoku will never allow it.

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I think something was lost in translation, I wonder if they actually know where they went.

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YongYang - Har!

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I wonder if Le Pen would pay his respects to Germany's war dead....

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Well its the meeting of "those minds" at a specific place of their political ineterest or other "agendas" Hope the "brew" can be keystone monitored, and regulated..as to not hatch another would be Akihabara man....

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A Nazi skeleton paying respect to Yasukuni ?

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