Dylan Otoshiro comments

Posted in: LDP aims to have lower house vote for security bills on Thursday See in context

@zichui But considering that Japan of 70ish years ago and Japan of today are indistinguishable, why shouldn't Japan be allowed the same defence abilities as any other normal nation?

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Posted in: Japanese soccer fans turn to drink as Nadeshiko sink See in context

I think the Ladies did bloody well and Japan should be proud!

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Posted in: Abe wants SDF to be allowed to rescue Japanese citizens in danger See in context

jansob1

Trying to pull off highly dynamic combat operations in a complex hostile foreign environment is going to overwhelm them immediately. Japanese today are too insular, naive and inflexible to even begin to handle the constant twists and turns and instant decision making it would demand.

That statement is so incredibly generalising that it's hard to take the rest of your comment seriously...

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Posted in: British Embassy seeks suggestions for Prince William's Japan itinerary See in context

Himeji Castle

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Posted in: What’s better for the environment: a fake or real Christmas tree? See in context

Bertie, I'll bet you're a great laugh at Christmas...

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Posted in: S Korea puts economic unification tab at $500 billion See in context

Well luckily for them, they won't have to fork out that money because the chances are, I won't see a unified korea in my lifetime.

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Posted in: Abe adviser calls for stimulus after 'shocking' GDP See in context

The economy has gone down the carsie for a number or reasons but one of the big reasons was that stupid tax increase in March.

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Posted in: Are you concerned at China’s growing might in security and economic issues in the Asia-Pacific region? See in context

As much as I criticise the United States over it's global involvement, I would take the good old USA as the world policeman any day over China for instance.

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Posted in: U.S. Speaker Boehner touts bills to repeal Obamacare, build Keystone oil pipeline See in context

Actually GW, I'm not an American, and to be honest, I don't think he's done too good at all but that said, I'm not too sure the republicans would be better, but these elections just go to show how displeased the people of the US are with the current government.

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Posted in: NATO reports large-scale Russian air activity in European airspace See in context

John Galt

I'm not necessarily siding with either side here but would you mind explaining your statement please?

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Posted in: Ukraine leader sees end to war, eyes EU membership by 2020 See in context

The crux of the problem is that Kiev and the west are giving literally no consideration to the people in the east of Ukraine, they have clearly shown over the last few weeks and months that they are not happy with the government but Kiev just calls them terrorists and bombs them. Hardly the kindest way to treat ones so called friends and neighbours. I say let them decide in a referendum if peace really is the ultimate goal.

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Posted in: Russian forces to conduct drill in east, including disputed islands with Japan See in context

I can't help but think that by Japan taking sides in the Ukraine issue and imposing ridiculous sanctions on Russia, they've screwed themselves when it comes to the islands.

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Posted in: British parliament rejects Chinese call to halt Hong Kong democracy probe See in context

Let the people of Hong Kong decide! Britain or China. Unfortunately, China would never allow it to happen.

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Posted in: China warns against foreign meddling in Hong Kong See in context

China warns against foreign meddling in Hong Kong

Oh so I guess Beijing will be staying clear of HK in that case?

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Posted in: China tells U.S. to stop 'close-in' surveillance See in context

I wonder if even China takes these statements seriously anymore...

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Posted in: Jagger leads British celebs urging Scots to stay in UK See in context

Elizabeth Heath

Very well said, Elizabeth.

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Posted in: At attention See in context

mabotofu

That is interesting!

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Posted in: Investigators struggle to reach MH17 crash site in Ukraine See in context

I don't think we should start laying the blame anywhere until we get the evidence, both Russia, Ukraine and the Rebels have the same missile system so it very well could be any of them so until we see some convincing evidence, we shouldn't point the finger at anyone.

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Posted in: LG Display unveils 18-inch flexible display See in context

YongYang

I have a flat screen and at least for me, I've never had difficulty moving up or down my house but as the article says, it's novel and most likely will shift many units.

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Posted in: LG Display unveils 18-inch flexible display See in context

Cool gimmick but I'm not sure when exactly I'll need a foldable television.

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Posted in: U.S. urges China to let Hong Kong's voices be heard See in context

Steven

Indeed. Great Britain today is too focused on the European Union rather than the commonwealth and her historical allies, and as such is loosing influence with them.

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Posted in: Tens of thousands stage Hong Kong pro-democracy march See in context

Steven

The UK never should have returned it but then again it was on a lease. I think they should have just put it up for a referendum, to remain an Overseas Territory or to leave. Maybe if the pro democracy protests get serious enough, the United Kingdom would come to their aid and we'd be united once more.

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Posted in: Man sets himself on fire in Tokyo in protest against Abe See in context

MGigante

Constitutional Monarchy. But yes I completely agree with you.

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Posted in: Man sets himself on fire in Tokyo in protest against Abe See in context

What an absolute nutter... I don't agree with the politicians and political classes in my country but I sure as hell am not going to get myself alight for it!

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Posted in: Jump in my car See in context

Nice car! The colour isn't exactly my cup of tea though but hey, if it makes the owner happy then so be it!

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Posted in: Hong Kong irks Beijing with democracy vote See in context

HK was better off under British rule, rather then being handed back over in 97, they should've been offered a choice, remain an Overseas Territory or to join China.

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Posted in: Assange marks two years inside Ecuador's embassy in London See in context

I'm not going to get into whether or not I agree with what he's leaked, but he faces some pretty serious charges and he should face up to them if he truly is innocent of the charge.

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Posted in: Taste for luxuries suggests Japan's tax rise hangover fading See in context

MyJT2014

what the rich do is finding a ways robbing the poor to subsidy for their life styles.

Does somebody have a chip on their shoulder?

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Posted in: Iraqi leaders to blame for army's collapse: U.S. See in context

jerseyboy

lasted longer than any other in U.S. history

Not to pick at your comment or anything but I think the Vietnam war was just a smidge longer.

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Posted in: JK Rowling donates 1 million pounds to campaign against Scottish independence See in context

Kabukilover

She is wasting her money.

Yes because Scotland rightfully won't leave the Union.

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