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Posted in: Police officer arrested for assaulting restaurant worker See in context

Is this an indication that Japanese society is breaking up? When the cops don’t uphold order but instead promote disorder

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Posted in: Abe supports conservative ally Takaichi as Suga's successor See in context

When you realize that genuflecting at a shrine to fascism by Japanese leaders in clown suits is the high point of Japanese democracy. Lol

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Posted in: Suga to resign; says he couldn't run for reelection and handle virus response See in context

Will more foppery at the Yaskuni shrine help? Lol

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Posted in: Suga's leadership under fire as LDP candidate loses Yokohama vote See in context

This is usually when the LDP does some provocation against South Korea to get more votes

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Posted in: Ex-Nissan exec Kelly wants boardroom, not criminal, trial See in context

And no translator

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Posted in: Ex-Nissan exec Kelly wants boardroom, not criminal, trial See in context

Basically they can hold you in solitary confinement for a long long long time without getting you a lawyer.

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Posted in: China, Russia slam Japanese ministers' visits to Yasukuni Shrine See in context

It’s interesting that the only thing holding up the LDP right now are provocations like Yasukuni shrine visits which are aimed at provoking a reaction from Koreans in order to get more votes at the next election.

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Posted in: China, Russia slam Japanese ministers' visits to Yasukuni Shrine See in context

There were actual war crime trials after World War II and there were actual convictions. 

It’s interesting that the Japanese are now denying the legitimacy of those trials.  So Japanese are again the victims lol. 

And there is a huge difference between Koreans who demonstrate about specific Japanese policies and Japanese denial of history and the Japanese who shout and write all sorts of hate against Koreans.  Just look up on the Internet about these Japanese LDP supporters screaming hate at Korean tourists lol. Cool Japan lol

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Posted in: Smoke confirmed at Hamaoka nuclear plant; 2nd time within a week See in context

I just think the LDP is so corrupt and incompetent that i can’t believe any Japanese government official.

also there’s been a huge and steep decline in Japanese technological expertise. Just look up hitachi train disasters or Japanese air bags. Japan should not have nuclear power plants.

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Posted in: China, Russia slam Japanese ministers' visits to Yasukuni Shrine See in context

You can be against Yasukuni and the CCP at the same time. It’s not an either/or.

As to whether Japan will get better with new politicians i don’t think so because the Japanese economy is getting worse so dirty politicians will need to do more and more provocations to stay in power.

Expect to see more provocation against the Koreans.

The Internet, bookstores and media will increase even more now with anti-Korean garbage as these corrupt politicians desperately try to stay in power.

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Posted in: China, Russia slam Japanese ministers' visits to Yasukuni Shrine See in context

From the Asahi Shimbun’s editorial page today:

But it is one thing that the bereft families of war dead and ordinary citizens mourn the death of people killed in the war at the shrine. It is quite another that Cabinet members and other political leaders visit the shrine, which was the core facility of the wartime state Shinto and served as the spiritual pillar of Japan’s militarism in those days.

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Posted in: China, Russia slam Japanese ministers' visits to Yasukuni Shrine See in context

The fact that the Prime Minister of Japan and his cabinet including his minister of Defense expressed no remorse for the atrocities committed by the imperial Japanese army puts them sadly in the same class as the war criminals that are shamefully enshrined at Yasukini.

This is the unfortunate state of political affairs in Japan, 2021.

I think now the key question needs to be asked whether Japan is really a developed country that belongs in the G7.

Based upon their lack of remorse Japan no longer possesses the required moral authority and qualifications to be in the G7.

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Posted in: China, Russia slam Japanese ministers' visits to Yasukuni Shrine See in context

The Japanese need to pray for the souls of the millions of people murdered by the Imperial Japanese Army.

Where is the sacred shrine for those poor souls in Japan? Foreign souls not worthy?

If you add, say, 2-million Koreans, 2-million Manchurians, Chinese, Russians, many East European Jews (both Sephardic and Ashkenazi), and others killed by Japan between 1895 and 1937 (conservative figures), the total of Japanese victims is more like 10-million to 14-million.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_war_crimes

Will there be any shrines for these millions of victims of violent Japanese samurai culture? 

Japanese culture has actually traumatized Asia for a long time. Would a Japanese politician ever visit a shrine to the millions of foreign victims of Japan? How about a new Yasukini shrine for the victims of Japanese war madness and blood thirst?

And now they want to change their Constitution to become a "normal" country. 

Sorry but Japan can not be a "normal" country given their samurai-based culture. 

The world will suffer again if that happens.

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Posted in: Chinese group orders entertainment industry to boycott actor photographed at Yasukuni Shrine in 2018 See in context

Japanese need to pray for the souls of the millions of people murdered by the Imperial Japanese Army. Where is the sacred shrine for that in Japan?

If you add, say, 2-million Koreans, 2-million Manchurians, Chinese, Russians, many East European Jews (both Sephardic and Ashkenazi), and others killed by Japan between 1895 and 1937 (conservative figures), the total of Japanese victims is more like 10-million to 14-million.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_war_crimes

Will there be any shrines for these millions of victims of violent Japanese samurai culture?

Japanese culture has actually traumatized Asia for a long time. Would a Japanese politician ever visit this shrine to the victims of Japan? A new Yasukini shrine for the victims of Japanese war madness and blood thirst.

And now they want to change their Constitution to become a "normal" country.

Sorry but Japan can not be a "normal" country given their samurai-based culture.

The world will suffer again if that happens.

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Posted in: 3 cabinet members, Abe visit Yasukuni Shrine; Suga sends offering See in context

@kennyG

yes there were winners and losers but thinking that the Japanese ended western colonialism or that they were better is absurd.

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Posted in: 3 cabinet members, Abe visit Yasukuni Shrine; Suga sends offering See in context

I would’ve colonize the holidays and it would’ve been hell on earth for Asians.

Need editing button!

It should read

“they would have colonized all of Asia and it would have been hell on earth for Asia

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Posted in: 3 cabinet members, Abe visit Yasukuni Shrine; Suga sends offering See in context

Without Japan there would have been no independence for South East

I disagree with this. Western colonial powers left Asia because of World War I & World War II.

During those wars western countries basically killed off each other in the tens of millions. This weakened their economy so much that they could no maintain their colonies. factories were destroyed in the west.

The Japanese didn’t end colonialism in World War II LOL they were the main purveyors of colonialism! I would’ve colonize the holidays and it would’ve been hell on earth for Asians.

The Japanese committed atrocities and were by no means benevolent rulers

Again colonialism ended in Asia not because of the Japanese LOL but because of the cataclysmic number of deaths of young men caused by World War I and World War II.

In my opinion had the axis powers won the war Japan would’ve started a process of extermination just like the Nazis.

Keep in mind Japan had tremendous respect for the Germans.

The education system in Japan is based off bismarckian Germany as is their science.

It is not too far-fetched to contemplate that the Japanese would’ve also copied German extermination policies in Asia.

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Posted in: 3 cabinet members, Abe visit Yasukuni Shrine; Suga sends offering See in context

What a bunch of foppish clowns. The long waistcoat is hilarious. Japanese love form over substance. There's nothing there there.

Democracy and media freedom are not based on ideas but rituals that mean little. It's North Korean juché philosophy Japanese style.

I guess that's why people say Japan is just North Korea but with money.

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Posted in: Japan marks 76th anniversary of World War II defeat See in context

While Korean leaders are trying to get more vaccine from Moderna Japanese leaders are going to Yasukuni shrine lol

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Posted in: Japan marks 76th anniversary of World War II defeat See in context

From what little I have been able to find out, the Japanese leaders who planned and started the war knew what they were getting into.

When they didn't sink any US aircraft carriers at Pearl harbor the Japanese would have known that they could not win the war. No Japanese leader had the balls to save millions of asians and their own people.

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Posted in: Japan marks 76th anniversary of World War II defeat See in context

The Japanese aren't going around taking other people's land or persecuting anyone else these days.

Nah, they're claiming dokdo island in Korea. They won't stop there.

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Posted in: Japan marks 76th anniversary of World War II defeat See in context

This is why you can't believe Japanese apologies. They express regret then then go back on their words later. For example, the museum at Yasukuni shrine paints Japan as a victim.

Another example is at Battleship Island (Hashima Island) where the Japanese promised Korea and UNESCO that they would explain at the site that

""there were a large number of Koreans and others who were brought against their will and forced to work under harsh conditions in the 1940s at some of the sites".

But the Japanese didn't do that and went back on their word.

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Posted in: Japan to revise 5-year defense plan ahead of schedule See in context

Japan needs more aircraft carriers, destroyers, fighter jets and long-range bombers. 

Japan can’t afford it. Too much debt

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Posted in: S Korea marks 30 years since 1st public testimony by ex-comfort women See in context

What is really ironic is that Koizumi, Abe and now Suga have ruled during the epic decline of Japan. Using Korea as a scapegoat to get votes was easier than actually reforming Japan.

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Posted in: France sees fifth weekend of protests against COVID pass See in context

The vaccine does little to prevent transmission so these passes are more about control.

Interesting

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Posted in: S Korea marks 30 years since 1st public testimony by ex-comfort women See in context

The main problem is how much weight that system puts on local opinion, 

the fact that Japan hasn’t had a change of government in practically 70 years is prima facie evidence that there is deep collusion between the ruling party and the media.

So it doesn’t surprise me at all that Japan’s press freedom ranking is so low.

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Posted in: S Korea marks 30 years since 1st public testimony by ex-comfort women See in context

In the world press freedom index 

https://rsf.org/en/ranking

Japan is ranked 67 which is about on the same level as Mongolia and Tunisia. So the Japanese people are not getting real facts about their history

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Posted in: Ministers Kishi, Nishimura visit Yasukuni Shrine See in context

In the world press freedom index

https://rsf.org/en/ranking

Japan is ranked 67 which is about on the same level as Mongolia and Tunisia. So the Japanese people are not getting real facts about their history.

Japanese just get all fake news controlled by the ruling party that has been is power for about 70 years.

In a normal democracy you would get some change of government but because the media is blocked and controlled but in Japan nothing changes.

On the other hand one party control means that Japan won’t progress much which if you’re not a fan of the Japanese you might actually like this situation.

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Posted in: Ministers Kishi, Nishimura visit Yasukuni Shrine See in context

YubaruAug. 13  05:28 pm JST

Best to not give this any "space" and ignore them! They keep going because they get media coverage.

Take out the coverage, and see how fast they stop going!

Unfortunately the Japanese media is rated poorly for press freedom. It’s basically an arm of the LDP.

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Posted in: Japan concerned over S Korea's Olympic food site See in context

ableko45...

I wouldn't eat food from the Chernobyl area 10 years out from the Chernobyl accident.

They are not comparable. Chernobyl was more than 10x worse and much of Fukushima's release went out over the Pacific. Fukushima produce is fine, no danger to anyone. Just a political football.

Ok well, Fukushima Is the second worst nuclear accident and history. If you can find some comfort in that go ahead.

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