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Posted in: Xi, Putin to attend G20 summit in Bali in November; Ukraine's Zelenskiy also invited See in context

Much too dangerous for Zelensky too go. Putin wants him dead bad. Zelensky would have to worry about poisoned food, exploding toilets, anything...

Maybe send a top ranking Ukrainian politician.

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Posted in: N Korean leader's sister tells S Korean president to 'shut his mouth' after offer of aid See in context

I never understood this, with regard to how the world deals with NK.

They're never, ever, ever, ever, ever going to give up their Nukes. It would mean the end of the Kim dynasty.

Why bother even trying? Never, ever, ever will they give them up.

You have to proceed from that stone cold reality.

I'd love to see the poor people get food and medicine in the North. NO PRECONDITIONS.

Problem is... you have to seriously wonder if the poor folks outside of Pyongyang would get it.

Plus I don't think NK would accept it unless it came from China. Which is fine, but again I doubt it would reach the truly poor people outside of Pyongyang.

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Posted in: S Korea urges improved ties with Japan See in context

It would serve both countries to align themselves, especially with the way China is acting, and whatever future ambitions of global takeover they have, lol.

South Korea seems to walk a fine line between China and the US.

I can understand their position.

I don't think South Korea is by any means on China's side by any means.

But they're very quiet about it because they don't want to upset the very fanatically sensitive CCP.

The main thing S Korea cares about, highest priority.. is North Korea and that situation.

And they know that the only way to deal with N Korea is through China..

S Korea doesn't want to destroy that bridge.

Not to mention China being their biggest trading partner.

But, props to South Korea standing up to the China on their recent visit. China was trying to pressure Korea on the 3 nos. Particularly S Koreas missile system.

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Posted in: China cuts off vital U.S. contacts over Pelosi Taiwan visit See in context

The scary part is how rabidly nationalistic the people of China are acting... the common man on the street.

Reportedly the Chinese govt (as crazed as they are acting now) have had to calm down the people on the street.

Christ...

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Posted in: China says Japan's Taiwan stance justifies the 'wrongdoers' See in context

China govt: when we take back Taiwan, we'll re-educate them.

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Posted in: China says Japan's Taiwan stance justifies the 'wrongdoers' See in context

China's going nuts. Lashing out at the world.

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Posted in: Pelosi says U.S. will 'not allow' China to isolate Taiwan See in context

Anyone catch the Chinese ambassador to France with his statement...

China’s ambassador to France hinted at a policy reminiscent of Uyghur repression, while not ruling out an invasion.

China’s ambassador to France warned Wednesday that Beijing would pursue a population “reeducation” in Taiwan following its “reunification” with the mainland, borrowing language from the regime’s persecution of the Uyghurs in threatening a crackdown on the Taiwanese opposition.

How chilling is this. Out and out admitting it.

So much for all their Ughyr treatement denials.

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Posted in: Kishida eyes talks with U.S. House Speaker Pelosi on Fri. See in context

Moreover, American analysts are already comparing that Kishida will meet with Pelosi and the President of South Korea decline to meet with Pelosi. I wonder how the American people will feel about that?

Yoon happens to be on vacation during her visit. Don't twist that into something it isn't.

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Posted in: Japan expresses concern about China's military drills near Taiwan See in context

Let China huff and puff. This was expected really. Too bad about the ban on Taiwanese imports. Childish.

Maybe other countries can pick up the slack and start importing these Taiwanese products.

@theResident

Rodney Rodney Rodney........Comrade. Don't you have better forums to troll from your bunker in the Kremlin than 'Japan Today'?

How on earth should the PRC detain Pelosi whilst she is in the ROC? Answers on a postcard please?

Did you read Rodney's post on Putin? It was a love letter. The love and admiration for him... lol

Almost beyond belief

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Posted in: Japan expresses concern about China's military drills near Taiwan See in context

Let China huff and puff. This was expected really. Too bad about the ban on Taiwanese imports. Childish.

Maybe other countries can pick up the slack and start importing these Taiwanese products.

@theResident

Rodney Rodney Rodney........Comrade. Don't you have better forums to troll from your bunker in the Kremlin than 'Japan Today'?

How on earth should the PRC detain Pelosi whilst she is in the ROC? Answers on a postcard please?

Did you read Rodney's post on Putin? It was a love letter. The love and admiration for him... lol

Almost beyond belief.

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Posted in: Pelosi lands in Taiwan, defying China threats See in context

China, with access to 60% of the world market should sanction the US. They should confiscate any US assets overseas and nationalize all USA companies, freeze assets of all US banks, stocks and bonds. Next they should have secondary sanctions on any countries or individuals doing business with US.

That would be better than a war that will destroy Taiwan and Japan as they will be the battleground.

please China, now is the time to act. Apart from 880million people, the whole world is behind you. Be strong, stand tall.

Lol, are you for real? You got China's back HARD on this do ya? GO AUTOCRATS says this guy.

Lol, unreal.

Go Pelosi. I love Taiwan.

Notice the island is being completely surrounded for drills by China between Aug 4 and 7.

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Posted in: U.S. House Speaker Pelosi begins Asia tour; no mention of Taiwan See in context

And yet, the Chinese verbally threatened to shoot a US government plane out of the sky and Biden’s response? Capitulation and Pelosi most likely not going in order to not agitate the Chinese and appease them

To be fair, this was said by some Chinese media radical wasn't it? Dude, has had some scandalous extra marital affairs. Bit of a nut job.

It wasn't an official line/threat from the government itself. Xi didn't say that to Biden.

I won't hold the govt responsible for that, anymore than those cheering Abe's death. (Which the govt essentially went on to say afterwards).

I believe a Republican, nevertheless responded to that if China were to shoot her plane, that THAT was tantamount to China declaring war on the US.

Cant remember if the guy was a politician or just a media radical like the "shoot the plane out of the sky" guy.

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Posted in: U.S. House Speaker Pelosi begins Asia tour; no mention of Taiwan See in context

I just wish China and the USA could have dealt with this in private if China was THAT adament/offended/upset about her visit.

But everyday China is issuing public threats with scowls on their faces to the world...

Japan don't build your military

South Korea don't break the "3 Nos agreement"

USA he who plays with fire shall perish by it..

Imagine the leader of a world power country, highest politician in the country saying that to another world leader. To talk that way...

So by making it so public, each country has to save face. Which is a pathway to some potentially dangerous events..

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Posted in: Japan, South Korea foreign ministers agree to improve ties See in context

Two of my favorite countries. So good to see.

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Posted in: China warns Kishida about amending Japan's constitution See in context

It's almost unbelievable. The audacity.

China's rapidly building the greatest military the world has ever seen. Building militarized islands all over. Why? What war are they preparing for?

But China tells Japan not to increase their defenses. Incredible.

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Posted in: British Open honors Abe See in context

Good to see.

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Posted in: China complains to Japan about Taiwan vice president attending Abe's funeral See in context

Because America does too. Without America having his back PM Abe wouldn't have had the guts.

What's the point? US and Japan are allies.

Just as China has North Korea's back.

You think North Korea would be saying the things they do to the US, if China didn't have their back.

The Kim dynasty would be wiped out in a heartbeat.

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Posted in: Shooting of Abe stuns nation known for gun control See in context

My heart goes out to the beautiful people of Japan. My sincere, utmost condolences.

RIP Mr. Abe.

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Posted in: Larry Storch, zany Cpl Agarn on TV's 'F Troop,' dies at 99 See in context

RIP Groovy Guru.

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Posted in: Leaders of U.S., S Korea and Japan agree on closer cooperation over N Korea See in context

but, fortunately, this small kid has a LARGE friend...

Not to mention nukes as well.

Though I'm sure China and North Korea appreciate your continual support.

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Posted in: Afghanistan earthquake kills at least 1,000 See in context

Awful news. So sorry to hear about this.

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Posted in: Kishida says there are no numerical targets for defense spending See in context

I'm cheering for Kashida, and hope he brings prosperity to Japan, even despite obvious overt communist bots like William Bjornson who cheers on China and Russia, and viciously slams the USA with literally every post he's ever made on this site. THAT is a serious hate on you've got going Comrade Bjornson.

Cheers to Kashida and Japan. I wish you prosperity and health.

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Posted in: Japan hopeful of sharing military intelligence again with S Korea See in context

Two of my favorite countries!

Good to see.

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Posted in: Japan's defense minister slams nuclear neighbors who 'ignore rules' See in context

The Chinese and North Koreans are proud of this discussion and want to thank all their defenders here.

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Posted in: Kore-eda says first South Korean film is a universal story See in context

Very happy for them both.

Wonderful to see 2 of my favorite countries collaborating.

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Posted in: China makes second largest Taiwan defense zone incursion this year See in context

China treats Taiwan like a jealous, possessive boyfriend.

Doesn't like Taiwan talking with other boys (Countries), and tries to isolate Taiwan from the world.

Wants her to stay at home with no friends.

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Posted in: Japan marks 11 years since quake disaster, Fukushima crisis See in context

RIP to all who lost their life in this tragedy.

I saw a heartwarming documentary during the Seoul Olympics last summer.

Japanese guy lost his boat that had tremendous sentimental value to him, as a result of the Tsunami.

A lot of wreckage drifted from Japan all the way to North America. This boat ended up washing ashore somewhere on the USA coast, some small town, and some people found it. By that time it was a mess, full of barnacles etc.

The folks who found it - located the Japanese owner on the internet via an add he must have had.. lost boat, great sentimental value.

The guy says YES I would like the boat back.

The folks polished it up and fixed it like new and sent it back to him.

This started a communication between the 2 communities, and ended up with folks sending their kids to each other's towns for visits. Learn each other's culture.

Incredibly touching story. One little Japanese girl was talking about having lost her parents, grandparents, pet as a result of the Tsunami. Just heartbreaking.

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Posted in: Taiwan minister says war with China would be disaster regardless of outcome See in context

@BeerDeliveryGuy

On top of the absolute mess Ukraine has become, and what I posted above about the terrible look, gamble this would be for China (invading Taiwan)...

How much experience does China have fighting wars? The Americans, Russians have been fighting wars since the 1980s.

I'm sure China has the latest fantastic technological weapons at their disposal. But, how much war experience does China have?

There's nothing like real world fighting experience (battle ready and tested, combat experience) as the Americans, Russians have.

That could be a factor in China's decision. Trainings one thing. Real life war/fighting experience is another.

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Posted in: Taiwan minister says war with China would be disaster regardless of outcome See in context

Even though China seems to be on Russia's side, and agreeing with Russia's absolutely ridiculous claim/propaganda that American's are building biological weapons in Ukraine.

I'm not sure if Ukraine, and what is happening there - would be encouraging to China to repeat.

This is not a good look for Russia.

They are world pariahs, severely economically sanctioned, Ukrainians are fiercely fighting back. The Russians are looking like incompetent sadistic bullies whom no Ukrainian wants in the country (they are not coming across as liberators, saving Ukraine as the Russians were portraying it.). Bombing hospitals, slowing becoming an ugly messy quagmire...

Does China want all that? These all seem like scenarios that would play out in Taiwan as well.

Putin seems like he doesn't care being the sadistic sociopath he is, but this doesn't seem like repercussions a cold calculating China would want to invite.

It's a bad look, utter mess, and incredibly dangerous and destabilizing for the world.

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Posted in: Kishida says Russian attack on Ukraine undermines international order See in context

China, as per usual, is sitting back, saying nothing, watching how the west responds, and taking notes for future reference.

Taiwan

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