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Posted in: Thousands in Japan, China rally over island claims See in context

Any nationalism is propaganda of the government, whether the propagandists know it or not. Both of the anti-China and anti-Japan movements do not benefit the people of both countries, but they make the people blind. Japan is not the true enemy, China is not the true enemy of the people in both areas. But the true exploiter is very close to you each.

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Posted in: Thousands in Japan, China rally over island claims See in context

The protesters in China, as well as the rest of the Chinese people, are victims of the Chinese totalitarian government. If the protesters are allowed to attack Japanese shops, it means just that capitalism in China is just another version of mercantilism and imperialism. Such childish conducts won't benefit the people. What they are demonstrating is just the childish fallacy that they want to be a reincarnation of the atrocious Japan in the 1930s. I believe they can. But it won't benefit Chinese people, it will benefit the exploiting totalitarian government only.

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Posted in: Rally for Senkakus See in context

On both sides, nationalism is a smoke screen to hide the truth that each government exploits her own people through taxation and confiscation, etc. Nationalism can be okay, if we are freed from statism, because statism is the evil enemy for us all. But while state is strong, and people tend to count on their government, statism doesn't disappear. Totalitarian states like China are demonstrating the ugliest state of her people. I rather pity those people protesting against Japan. They are the victims of the Chinese totalitarian government.

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Posted in: Do you agree with Japan's decision to release the captain of a Chinese fishing boat that collided with a Japanese patrol boat that was pursuing it near the Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea? See in context

A prosecutor's job is to prosecute a criminal person, if he thinks there is sufficient evidence of the crime. Diplomatic issues cannot be the reason for his not prosecuting a criminal person. It is only the Minister of Justice who can stop the prosecution for diplomatic reasons. The prosecutor in Okinawa who did not prosecute the violent trespasser should be punished, and in the process of the investigation for punishing him, he should disclose what pressure he had had in making the decision not to punish the criminal.

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