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Hiroshima asks Kishida to name it host of 2023 G7 summit

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Just can see how this will pan out. Alterior motive being to showcase to the world that Japan is the victim of WW2.

-5 ( +8 / -13 )

What’s the point?

It’ll just end up in Tokyo, as always.

-3 ( +3 / -6 )

Think Hiroshima has played its atomic bombing victim card way too often,especially when you count in the fact that Japan HASN’T signed the nuclear weapon ban treaty.

2 ( +7 / -5 )

Hiroshima wants to educate us all about what we already know. The horrors of war. With regards to the horrors of war, Shanghai, Nanking, or Huebei would be a more appropriate venue.

-4 ( +2 / -6 )

Not one atomic bomb, but two. Not aimed at the military but citizens. The physical, not to mention mental suffering that continues over 50 years later. Let's not forget that

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Just can see how this will pan out. Alterior motive being to showcase to the world that Japan is the victim of WW2.

exactly.

Think Hiroshima has played its atomic bombing victim card way too often,especially when you count in the fact that Japan HASN’T signed the nuclear weapon ban treaty.

excellent point

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-4 ( +0 / -4 )

Why Japan wants to keep bringing up the bombing holocaust .

It will only keep reminding the world of the Asian holocaust that Japan imperial army's atrocities in the name of a false god emperor hirohito 124th of the showa era.

Its senseless to keep bringing up any holocaust committed by any nation.

Nihonjin means to live in peace and harmony .

Perhaps now some will understand the difference between being Nihonjin and being Japanese.

If you're prejudice then obviously you're not Nihonjin.

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