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Posted in: Abe renews commitment to constitutional reform See in context

In the past 30 years, I visited China every year. Each time when I talked to my friends there, they would say that they would never forget what Japan did to help them. Since the opening of China, many Japanese went to China to help them in any ways then could. It is very much appreciated. Each time when I heard them to say that, I would also say that Japanese would never forget that too. In fact, Japanese have good memory too.

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Posted in: Abe renews commitment to constitutional reform See in context

dougthehead13, why can't Japan do what neighbors already do ? Since the end of war, Koreans and Chinese didn't invade Japan for revenge. War is not the solution, that is my solution from opposition party's view.

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Posted in: Abe renews commitment to constitutional reform See in context

dougthehead13, what do you mean that Japan is a consolidated democracy ? Does majority Japanese want Abe to change the constitution ? I don't think so. Then what is your self claimed democracy ? Against majorities ?

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Posted in: Abe renews commitment to constitutional reform See in context

First, it was reported that "Shinzo Abe, who was prime minister from 2006 to 2007, once reportedly told a room full of college students that possessing nukes wouldn't violate Japan's constitution as long as the arsenal was "small in scale.""

Second, Japan did have nuclear weapons on its territory since the end of WW2, till 1972, and allows nuclear weapon return if needed.

Third, Japan is against nuclear ban at UN, no shame to admit it.

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Posted in: Japan Olympic chief Takeda to announce resignation: sources See in context

The good news is that he wasn't investigated by Japanese prosecutors. Otherwise he would be not on the stage, but in the jail.

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Posted in: Abe renews commitment to constitutional reform See in context

BeerDeliveryGuy, yes, I have seen leaders using such occasions to promote wars, to declare wars, and to spread hatred among people.

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Posted in: Abe renews commitment to constitutional reform See in context

BeerDeliveryGuy, have you seen Imperialism Army photos when they cheered their leaders liberating Asian people from colonization by the west ?

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Posted in: Abe renews commitment to constitutional reform See in context

It is very disappointing to see that SDF commanders as quiet as lambs in front of the commander in cheat when he vows to change the constitution which they swear to protect.

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Posted in: Japan to develop air-to-ship long-range cruise missiles See in context

"In January, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said in the Diet that he believes long-range cruise missiles are not weapons banned under the Constitution."

Abe isn't the constitution. His belief is void.

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Posted in: Abe renews commitment to constitutional reform See in context

"I am determined to put my all into developing conditions in which Self-Defense Force personnel can carry out their duties with strong pride," Abe, commander in cheat said.

Which constitution forbids Self-Defense Force personnel carry out their duties with strong pride ????

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Posted in: Abe renews commitment to constitutional reform See in context

If Japanese people can't stop Abe changing the constitution, they certainly can't stop him starting wars, as simple as that.

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Posted in: Abe renews commitment to constitutional reform See in context

If Abe doesn't want wars, why would he change the constitution that forbids wars ????

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Posted in: Daiwa House suspects massive embezzlement at Chinese joint venture See in context

Corruption culture goes international, what a shame.

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Posted in: Japan to back international efforts to regulate AI-equipped 'killer robots' See in context

Hypocrisy is at its best. As long as Japan doesn't change its pro-nuclear war weapon policy, the rest is simply a joke.

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Posted in: Honda says any Brexit delay must be long enough to give stability See in context

Brexit tells one thing clearly and loudly": one single referendum vote isn't democracy.

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Posted in: Japan expresses concerns over uncertain Brexit outlook See in context

Peeping_Tom, confront China on a more assertive way ? Which way ? down the toilet way ? China will double her economy in another 10 years and will become the world No 1 in all ways. Can Japan claim the same privileged ? the same determination ? and the same fate ?

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Posted in: Court rejects call to halt nuclear reactor in western Japan See in context

Japanese court is a joke. The court doesn't protect Japanese people, the court doesn't protect Japanese lands, the court doesn't protect Japanese rights.

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Posted in: Tokyo 2020 unveils robots to help wheelchair users, workers See in context

I have high hope for Japan to show the leadership in certain high technologies during Olympics.

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Posted in: Japan expresses concerns over uncertain Brexit outlook See in context

Is Japan any better than UK ? I don't think so. Japan isolates itself from Northeast Asia against China since 2012, and GDP drops from $6.20 trillions to $4.39 trillions. Do you know what $1.8 trillion mean ? That is 7 Philippines combined at 2012. Yes, Japan lost 7 Philippines since "nationalize Senkakus".

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Posted in: Former Morning Musume singer Maki Goto apologizes for extramarital affair See in context

Without bad men, there would be no bad women, as simple as that.

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Posted in: Abe suggests he won't seek 4th term as LDP president See in context

"There is no problem when it is hard to find someone else to replace him,"

True. No patriotic Japanese would want to be a PM of Japan, because the govt never worked for Japanese people.

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Posted in: British lawmakers overwhelmingly back Brexit delay See in context

Peeping_Tom, hahaha. You are not the first one to say that.

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Posted in: British lawmakers overwhelmingly back Brexit delay See in context

UK regrets Brexit but has no gut to reverse it.

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Posted in: Japan eyes 2020 Olympics to retake place on tech podium See in context

Japan still has some gems.

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Posted in: Gov't shelves bill on stricter copyright control See in context

extanker, what exactly does China steal from the world ? China doesn't steal colonialism to conquer other's lands; China doesn't steal imperialsim to occupy other's nation; China doesn't steal other's govt to exploit their people.

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Posted in: Heat, floods, quakes: Tokyo 2020 preparing for any disaster See in context

Derek Grebe, why would Japanese people tolerate the stupid govt ? Simply shifting the time by one month, 90% disasters will no longer exist.

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Posted in: Gov't warns organizations against firing pregnant foreign trainees See in context

The stupid govt never is smart. Instead of enforcing, the govt just warned, small but not firm, typical Japanese thing.

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Posted in: Gov't shelves bill on stricter copyright control See in context

AlexBecu, does Japan thank China for everything since 3000 years ago ?

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Posted in: Heat, floods, quakes: Tokyo 2020 preparing for any disaster See in context

"Tokyo 2020 preparing for any disaster"

The govt doesn't lie, because it chooses the month of disasters.

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Posted in: UK lawmakers vote against no-deal Brexit; now aim for delay See in context

Unfortunately, UK doesn't know what to do.

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