What a bunch of perverts! I respect Japan, but then, they talk about foreigners!
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gogogoAug. 08, 2013 - 11:56AM JST
If there was a Russian version of Edward Snowden seeking asylum in the US there would be no issue! The US would start trumping "freedom", "victim" and "human right" and everything else an keep him, now the shoe is on the other foot and the US is just being demanding 5 year old and name caller.
Eddie Snowden is a hero to the world, not for the US.
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And your evidence or source for this is?... (from abhorsenaube_)
My sources are these: www.genuinesecurity.org/partners/report/Okinawa.pdf
and the governor of Okinawa, who has visited the US pleading his case. It's the same as in Korea. That is why you don't want to leave.
-Also, you can ask the US Commander in Okinawa, and he will tell you the US doesn't pay a dime.The local government also pays for the cleanup and your churches in Okinawa.
-You are a modern Sparta, a military focused country.
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Ron BarnesApr. 05, 2013 - 08:25PM JST
With 47,000 US Servicemen Spending their American dollars in Okinawa. I would Definitely Keep them there Just For the $ spent.
-They spend the money on prostitution and booze.
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The central government of Tokyo and the people of Okinawa pay all the expenses for the US military. The US has a sweet deal where they don't even have to disclose information like Agent Orange still present there.
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It is game over. You can send as many US Navy Seals and kill him, but you will prove once again the bully that you are as a nation walking all over the earth doing whatever God damn pleases you. Mr. Snowden has already encrypted the data he took and it's already in hands of other parties, rest assured. I am quite satisfied that one man slapped the bully right in the face. The US government has a total disrespect and disdain for other countries to say the least if things don't go their way. You are an arrogant superpower and your might and abuse has to be challenged.
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