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Posted in: Clinton heads to Pacific islands to renew clout See in context

The hard fact: where is the US, where is the war, US is the largest beneficiary of war.

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Posted in: U.S. threatens legal action over SEAL's bin Laden book See in context

The US government should be partially held responsible for the 911 tragedy, US pursued imperialism and hegemonism around the world and the suppressed people in the Middle East have no effective means to defend themselves from the US superpower. As a result, they resorted to terrorism and the US politicians simply labelled the attackers as terrorists was a cover up for US imperialism, why the attackers sacrificed their lives? for their personal interests? We people should open our eyes wide and see the real picture other than through the eyes of the western media.

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Posted in: Clinton to address territorial disputes during Asia tour See in context

Hillary Clinton has been a surprisingly good Secretary of State.

Maybe she is, but just for the Americans. What US is doing is just to fish in the troubled water. US has all the benefits and China and Japan paid all the costs. Moreover, the Americans may suffer for the imperialism policy pursued by their government.

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Posted in: Clinton to address territorial disputes during Asia tour See in context

Graham DeShazo said "Clinton is telling people that matter in no uncertain terms that the U.S. commtment to defending Japan is absolute ."

Yes, telling the fool to believe in that, but in fact it is just empty words. Actually, few people in US know about this issue , not to say they will risk their lives for the small rocks far away in a sovereignty dispute not on US and for which they don't even dare to take side.

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Posted in: Clinton to address territorial disputes during Asia tour See in context

US claims that they come to Asia for the benefits of Asian people. However, the hard fact is that the Asia is in deepening crisis. The economy will be adversely affected and Asian people will suffer. The US government just use the war crisis to enhance their employment rate for politicians' own benefit.

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Posted in: Clinton to address territorial disputes during Asia tour See in context

It is really naive for someone who think US would really fight with China for Japanese interest, the Japanese politicians certainly don't believe that, they are just fooling the Japanese people in so believing. Actually, few people in US know about this issue , not to say they will risk their lives for the small rocks far away in a sovereignty dispute not on US and for which they don't even dare to take side. What US is doing is just to fish in the troubled water. US has all the benefits and China and Japan paid all the costs.

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Posted in: Japan to send letter to China's president, protesting flag incident See in context

Politicians start the war but it has to be fought by ordinary citizens/people.

The biggest players are in Washington.

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Posted in: U.S. concerned over anti-Japan protests in China See in context

It will not stand up to China on Japan's behalf simply because such action would put its own interests in China at risk.

The Japanese politicians certainly know that, they are just fooling the Japanese people in so believing. Actually, few people know about this issue in USA, not to say they will risk their lives for the small rocks far away in a sovereignty dispute not on USA and for which they don't even dare to take side.

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Posted in: U.S. concerned over anti-Japan protests in China See in context

Some people tend to criticize China for controlling its people, however, when it comes to this case, they just blame the China government for not controlling its people enough.

it is just kind of accident and can't be avoided, how about the Chinese embassy bombed in yugoslavia? How about UK threat to storm Ecuadorian embassy and arrest Julian Assange?

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Posted in: Japan to send letter to China's president, protesting flag incident See in context

Korean Town in Tokyo is getting a lot of immigrants

Korea has changed and Japan has changed. Maybe, you will find a large Japanese Town in Seoul some day.

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Posted in: Japan to send letter to China's president, protesting flag incident See in context

North east asia is looking more like the middle east everyday

Because USA has withdrawn from middle east and entered into Asia now.

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Posted in: Japan to send letter to China's president, protesting flag incident See in context

Strange that all the Japanese Tourists going to Sk don't feel that "HEAT"

It is because people there are civilized and not as aggressive as the Japanese. Moreover, people just can't easily tell a Japanese from Korean.

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Posted in: U.S. concerned over anti-Japan protests in China See in context

Most of you people would not be be free to write your annonymous anti-American comments if Amerucans hadn't laid down their lives to win WWII and form the basis of the current world order that espouses democracy.

What you said is hijacking the WWII victory for USA, It was certainly not USA alone to achieve the victory and USA has been well paid off for its efforts and contribution, even excessively.

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Posted in: U.S. concerned over anti-Japan protests in China See in context

Where the USA present, where the war happen, that is the hard fact.

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Posted in: Japan to send letter to China's president, protesting flag incident See in context

Many Japanese have been brainwashed by the propaganda from western media. Actually, the Chinese government is suppressing rather than provoking the anti-Japan sentiment there. Many Japanese are self-centered and always try to justify their claim without consideration for other countries' concerns. Go to China and Korea, and the Japanese would feel the heat.

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Posted in: Japan to send letter to China's president, protesting flag incident See in context

He declined to elaborate on the contents, but said it was a good opportunity to address ties that have soured over the island dispute.

That isn't a protest letter, it is a reconciliation letter.

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Posted in: U.S. concerned over anti-Japan protests in China See in context

“We have regularly ... urged these two countries to work this peacefully,” Nuland told reporters.

USA is very cunning, what they do is to deepen the crisis in Asia and try to fish in the troubled water.

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Posted in: Disputed playground See in context

prejudice against the Japanese still exists even when none of us were even born when WWII ended.

Japan shows no remorse for its war crime and there is no hope for Japan if it insists on aggression.

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Posted in: Disputed playground See in context

Some politicians in Japan just want to fish in the troubled water. Japanese people should really study the claims put forwarded by China instead of listening only to the leftists. USA will never take a war against China for Japanese dispute with China on Diaoyu. USA never recognize Japanese sovereign claim on Diaoyu.

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Posted in: Disputed playground See in context

China is no longer the China in 40s, Japan can't do anything on Diaoyu Islands since Japan can't defend it from any military actions taken by China. At the worst for China, the Diaoyu Islands will remain at status quo.

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Posted in: Disputed playground See in context

The Potsdam Agreement clearly states that: "The terms of the Cairo Declaration shall be carried out and Japanese sovereignty shall be limited to the islands of Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu, Shikoku and such minor islands as we determine." "We" means Ally nations.

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Posted in: China tough against Tokyo but reins in activism See in context

The Potsdam Agreement clearly states that: "The terms of the Cairo Declaration shall be carried out and Japanese sovereignty shall be limited to the islands of Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu, Shikoku and such minor islands as we determine." "We" means the Ally nations.

By their own constitutional laws:

Japan is not allowed make territorial claims from Ally nations or even make disputes with Ally nations. Japan is not allowed to use of force, military or any of their power to punish their formal enemies and other neighboring states. Japan is not allowed to have their own military force but allowed to have only self defense in case other attacks core Japan, this does not includes East Sea, Diaoyu, Dokdo and Kuril areas. Japan is under control from Ally nations - U.S, UK, France, Russia, China and Korea.

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Posted in: China tough against Tokyo but reins in activism See in context

" Letter of thanks from Republic of China consul, resident in Nagasaki, to Ishigakijima in 1920.

In 1920, Taiwan and the nearby islands were occupied by Japan after a war.

Diaoyu Islands has been territory of China since hundreds years ago. China failed to exercise sovereignty since Japan occupied Taiwan in 1895 and invaded China in WWII. After WWII, the USA handed over the Islands administration to Japan while China was in fierce civil war and then struggled in the Cultural Revolution, a severe internal disorder. Japan took advantage of these opportunities to control the Islands while China was in chaos. Japan would be so shameless as to say China didn't claim at that time.

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Posted in: 'If I get arrested, OK,' says Ishihara on his upcoming visit to Senkakus See in context

China has claimed them since 1970.

China was in civil war and in the internal chaos (Cultural Revolution) before 70s, Japan would be so shameless as to take advantage of that to say China didn't claim at that time. ( as shameless as Japan making the sudden attack on Pearl Harbor)

Diaoyu Islands has been territory of China since hundreds years ago. China failed to exercise sovereignty since Japan occupied Taiwan in 1895 and invaded China in WWII. After WWII, the USA handed over the Islands administration to Japan while China was in fierce civil war and then struggled in the Cultural Revolution, a severe internal disorder. Japan took advantage of these opportunities to control the Islands while China was in chaos.

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Posted in: 'If I get arrested, OK,' says Ishihara on his upcoming visit to Senkakus See in context

Correction : Diaoyu Islands has been territory of China since hundreds years ago.

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Posted in: 'If I get arrested, OK,' says Ishihara on his upcoming visit to Senkakus See in context

Diaoyu Islands has been territory of China since hundred years ago. China failed to exercise sovereignty since Japan occupied Taiwan in 1895 and invaded China in WWII. After WWII, the USA handed over the Islands administration to Japan while China was in fierce civil war and then struggled in the Cultural Revolution, a severe internal disorder. Japan took advantage of these opportunities to control the Islands while China was in chaos.

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Posted in: Japan, S Korea play hot potato with Noda's protest letter See in context

Why should Japan let the Americans use their Japan bases in support of South Korea

Can Japan say no to America?

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Posted in: Noda calls on S Korea to end 'illegal occupation' of disputed isles See in context

if Asia remain calm, who will buy this arms and troops?

America have to clear up its obsolete stock and get back the fund for developing new weapon. In that way, America always leads the world with the most advanced weapon.

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Posted in: Philippines says warship removed from China standoff See in context

In fact, those area in South China Sea belongs to China for a long long time already. There is no complaint from other Asian countries until the recent decades. If lostrune2's logic is followed, all countries in the world should share equally all the territories and seas.

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Posted in: Philippines says warship removed from China standoff See in context

The 1935 Constitution of the Republic of the Philippines, the 1946 Treaty of General Relations between the United States of America and the Republic of the Philippines, the 1952 U.S.-Philippines Mutual Defense Treaty, the 1961 Repbulic Act No.3046 and the 1968 Republic Act. No. 5446 have reaffirmed the legal effects of the above-mentioned three treaties and once again expressively defined the Philippine territorial limits, the baseline points and baseline of the territorial waters, which had not included the Huangyan Island.

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