If you're intending to stay there long-term and are heavily invested in your life in the country, why not become a citizen. I understand that people who are PR do pay taxes etc. which would only make it fair to allow them to vote but it doesn't make sense to me why a PR wouldn't bother to become a citizen if they really want to vote..
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And some people wonder why China is now beating Japan in Asian university rankings.
This has nothing to do with that sorry nice try lol. China is levels beyond Japan in terms of coercing students and teachers to confide to the government's view...so your comparison makes noooooooooo sense
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In reality Japan has no meaningful military power whatsoever to defend itself against China - even if Emp Akihito and the Government managed to convince the Japanese people to sacrifice their lives again. And if you think that is not the case, then you are kidding yourself.
I was going to take your comment seriously until you said this...so ignorant lololol. No I'm not kidding my self when i think that's not the case. Not the same government in power and a completely different time period cut it with that irrelevant argument/theory that the Japanese populace in this century would do such a thing.
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LOL, as expected.
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The sample size seems small but i'm pretty sure these results aren't that accurate lol
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I prefer the comments to the actual article. Everyone says what my exact response as soon as i saw this article pop up a few days ago on some other website.
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Well i guess this provides somewhat of an answer to the article posted the other day of the possibility of an Islamic State attack within Japanese borders.....scary:O.
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Anyway, this won't hurt Russia much, but Japan can forever kiss the island issue goodbye.
Sure this won't hurt Russia much but you're acting as if the "island issue" was ever in Japan's favor.......
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