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Posted in: Japan to spend more on defense, refit 1st aircraft carrier See in context

"And today's Japan doesn't want war."

That depends. Japanese people and Chinese people don't want wars against each other. That is the promise made by 1.5 billions plus 127 millions people. However, the trator Abe govt might change that, as it showed in the past 5 years. Will Japanese people be scared ? No. If the war breaks against China, it will be finished in a few minutes. All Japanese need to do is to renounce Japanese citizenship and become Chinese citizen, as easy as that.

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Posted in: Japan to spend more on defense, refit 1st aircraft carrier See in context

dougthehead13, first of all, the quote wasn't from the treaty, though the treaty might used the same quote. The quote is from Potsdam Declaration, a condition for Japan's surrender. Do you dare to declare its expiration ?

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Posted in: Japan to spend more on defense, refit 1st aircraft carrier See in context

If China is a threat to Japan, then every husband is a threat to his wife.

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Posted in: Japan to spend more on defense, refit 1st aircraft carrier See in context

dougthehead13, what authority do you have to declare that the law I quoted is expired ? Does it mean that Koreas will be colonized by Japan again, automatically ? Does it mean that Taiwan will be colonized again, automatically ? Does mean that Philippine will be colonized again, automatically ? Does it mean that Vietnam will be colonized again, automatically ?

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Posted in: Japan to spend more on defense, refit 1st aircraft carrier See in context

Peter14, an Australian ? That explains your stupidity, your arrogance, and your biases. Read it:

""Japan shall be permitted to maintain such industries as will sustain her economy and permit the exaction of just reparations in kind, but not those which would enable her to rearm for war."

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Posted in: Japan to spend more on defense, refit 1st aircraft carrier See in context

Peter14, you have no idea what Japan did to China during WW2. It is because that reason, international laws forbid Japan to develop war capabilities. Now Abe govt violated and broke the international laws and brought war to Japanese people. I am a strong supporter for Japan's defense capability, and believe that Japan has inherited right of self defense. All Abe did has nothing to do with self defense, it is offense and offensive to our neighbours. To declare neighbours as threats is not self defense, to provoke wars against neighbours is not self defense, to be involved in wars against neighbours voluntarily in not self defense.

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Posted in: Japan to spend more on defense, refit 1st aircraft carrier See in context

Japan is a chihuahua, so aggressive yet so tiny.

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Posted in: Japan to spend more on defense, refit 1st aircraft carrier See in context

Jimmy N, which part of SE Asia is invaded by China ?

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Posted in: Japan to spend more on defense, refit 1st aircraft carrier See in context

How would Japan like China view it when it views China as a threat, as a war target, as a potential occupier, and as a country Japan wants to attack again ?

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Posted in: Japan to spend more on defense, refit 1st aircraft carrier See in context

One more step closer to wars, no doubt about it at all. Obviously, more dangers are upon Japanese people, more sacrifices are on the way, more lives will be lost, the only unobviously is how more.

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Posted in: Nissan CEO calls on Renault to listen to details of Ghosn allegations See in context

"While Nissan is almost 60 percent bigger by sales, it remains the junior partner in their shareholding hierarchy to Renault, which owns a 43.4 percent in its Japanese partner."

Stupid deal, Nissan should be dissolved.

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Posted in: Nissan board meets to discuss governance amid rising tensions with Renault See in context

"Nissan is 43.4 percent owned by Renault. While almost 60 percent bigger by sales, it remains the junior partner in their shareholding hierarchy with a smaller reciprocal 15 percent non-voting stake in the French firm. "

This is unacceptable, and must be changed. However, it reflects the reality of current status of Japan as a non-sovereign state, the majority Japanese people is the junior partner in the hierarchy with a smaller non-voting stake.

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Posted in: Ghosn case raises issues beyond one man, one company See in context

kyushubill, ethnically speaking, Korea, Singapore, Taiwan , Japan and China are one nation, one people, one culture, and one blood. There is no such a thing as eating Japan's lunch AND dinner. If we are truly united, the world will feel the quake.

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Posted in: Ghosn case raises issues beyond one man, one company See in context

"Exemplary persons (君子) cherish their excellence; petty persons cherish their land. Exemplary persons cherish fairness; petty persons cherish the thought of gain."

-Confucius

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Posted in: Ghosn case raises issues beyond one man, one company See in context

Yubaru, if you believe that Nissan's success is linked to one man, then you are wrong. In fact no one believes that. As big as Nissan is, an institution has its own mechanism to survive. Financial difficulty can't be use to characterize good or bad of a company, let along temperate one. In the end, it is the spirit and the skills of the people of Nissan who make it successful, including the one man who is jailed now.

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Posted in: Experts question Tokyo medical school's reasoning behind gender bias See in context

One less qualified female doctor means one more disqualified male doctor. Over the thousands of years, a male dominated Japan qualifies for a disqualified tribe.

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Posted in: Ghosn case raises issues beyond one man, one company See in context

If all CEOs in Japan are like Ghosn, Japan will be no more, as simple as that.

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Posted in: 65% against Diet passage of foreign worker bill: poll See in context

Liberal Democratic Party is doing undemocratic things, and that is not a joke.

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Posted in: Nissan probe into Ghosn turns to 'CEO Reserve' fund, Dutch unit See in context

I am afraid that the separation of Nissan and Renault is inevitable. There is a culture difference, and shock.

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Posted in: Nissan probe into Ghosn turns to 'CEO Reserve' fund, Dutch unit See in context

the CEO Reserve fund ? a signature of corruption !

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Posted in: Policeman leaves pistol in Osaka convenience store toilet See in context

m6bob, he is in an euphoric mood.

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Posted in: T-Mobile, Sprint see Huawei trouble as chance to clinch U.S. deal See in context

isoducky, China holds most 5g patents, more than any other countries. If you have money, you can buy more expensive equipments, like Japan, no problem. But if you are a poor country like Australia, then 10% of $billions means a lot to people. Chinese equipments at least can save you 10%, or 100%.

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Posted in: Policeman leaves pistol in Osaka convenience store toilet See in context

A smart phone is all a Japanese policeman needs.

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Posted in: T-Mobile, Sprint see Huawei trouble as chance to clinch U.S. deal See in context

OnTheTrail, be careful what you wish and what you do. If you treat China as sum-zero game, then you will get zero sum. China is big enough for itself. China can make things more efficient, more cost effective, better quality. You can definitely use your own equipments, China can use its own. However, you can't embargo China anymore, all you can do is to embargo yourself.

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Posted in: China urges Japan to ensure rights of 2 detained in shrine protest See in context

Japan must be careful to not further hurt the feelings of our neighbours.

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Posted in: Moon calls for 'restrained' language with Japan over wartime forced labor row See in context

"Japanese leaders have reacted angrily..."

Attitude, please.

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Posted in: Japan plans to build 'multidimensional' defense force See in context

Peter14, China is many ethnic group nation. Yes, mongolians as a minority group controlled China in Yuan dynasty, and tried to unite Japan with China because they thought Japan was a part of Han ethnic group. In fact, Japan inherited the name from China in Tang Dynasty, long ago before Yuan, and Japanese were Chinese people traveled to Japan even long before Qin.

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Posted in: Japan plans to build 'multidimensional' defense force See in context

Japan has 3000 years history of friendship with China, never had any defensive forces and lived quite harmonically until 150 years ago when Japan was westernized.

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Posted in: France plans Renault CEO search as board members disagree over Ghosn See in context

mu-da, she has much more experiences than just corporate governance. She controls Blair.

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Posted in: Japan seeks 1st aircraft carrier to deploy stealth fighters See in context

extanker, ok I got it. Vegetius was a westerner, wasn't he ? That alone makes him an oracle, and that is not ridiculous.

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