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Protest held outside Mitsubishi Heavy Industries over wartime forced labor

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By MARI YAMAGUCHI

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"Dozens of people protested outside Mitsubishi Heavy Industries headquarters building in Tokyo on Friday ..."

I see only 4.

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I bet this will make NHK.

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Is it normal that the government meddles in civilian legal matters in Japan? The Japanese government seems to actively engage in all kinds of civilian disputes such as the Berlin comfort women statue and the Abe statue made by civilians. Eccentric.

http://justice.skr.jp/estatement.html

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SJToday  04:50 pm JST

Is it normal that the government meddles in civilian legal matters in Japan? 

Is it normal in South Korea to allow civilian legal matters that have already been addressed in a signed Treaty with another nation to progress? And is it normal for the South Korean government to refuse to abide by the Arbitration clause in that Treaty designed to resolve differences in interpretation?

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@OssanAmerica

Is it normal in South Korea to allow civilian legal matters that have already been addressed in a signed Treaty with another nation to progress? And is it normal for the South Korean government to refuse to abide by the Arbitration clause in that Treaty designed to resolve differences in interpretation?

Yes.

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This issue must be investigated thoroughly and any small facts will have to be demonstrated to the public. We should put an end to Korean's outright lies!!

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How do you divide four people into three civic groups?

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nandakandamandaToday  09:34 am JST

How do you divide four people into three civic groups?

One person from civic group number one.

One person from civic group number two.

Two persons from civic group number three.

? :-)

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Koreans were most certainly abused as well as young Japanese boys forced to die for Imperial Japan-Mitsubishi was in the thick of it...

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