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Posted in: Japan warns of tit-for-tat action in wartime labor spat with S Korea See in context

Sanction them like the North Koreans. SK and NK are one and the same

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Posted in: U.N. rights committee urges Japan to let children be children See in context

Just a cursory look on any street in Tokyo at children will show you that the UN appears to be making something out of completely nothing. Japanese children appear to be some of the happiest on Earth.

-5 ( +8 / -13 )

Posted in: Renault probes gift from Versailles chateau linked to Ghosn's wedding See in context

Oh wow, Ghosn was misappropriating corporate funds far worse than anyone initially thought. Nail in the coffin I think. He is completely done now

7 ( +11 / -4 )

Posted in: Ghosn tells Nikkei arrest due to plot, treason within Nissan See in context

Plots and treason now? Does Ghosn think he's a nation state or a monarch? I wouldn't put it past him.

What a fool this person has turned out to be, jail him already. He's boring now.

-1 ( +8 / -9 )

Posted in: Japan dismisses Macron's concern over Ghosn's lengthy detention See in context

This is the same Macron who called himself "Jupiter" right? Haha get out of here

He should focus on rebuilding Paris with large parts burnt to the ground by French protesters than try to lecture a more developed nation. His approval ratings are the lowest on record too, so he's looking for an external foe. French incompetence at its finest

-8 ( +4 / -12 )

Posted in: Why do Japanese characters in anime, manga and video games "look" Caucasian? See in context

Anime characters look nothing like Caucasians. I'd say it's only Westerners who think so.

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Posted in: Japanese whalers discuss plan to resume commercial hunt July 1 See in context

Good to hear, best of luck to the whalers and good hunting!

10 ( +19 / -9 )

Posted in: China could gain, U.S. lose from Japan-S Korea feuds, says Abe adviser See in context

Definitely agreed that South Korea is teetering on the brink of leaving the club of liberal democratic countries. If it does, and it is expected that it will leave the club and join its allies in China and North Korea, no one will care what happens to them.

Hopefully they do leave to be honest, then the farce of SK democracy will be over

13 ( +17 / -4 )

Posted in: Renault names new leaders to replace Ghosn See in context

Looks like Renault finally looked at the evidence and the French government has finally come to its senses! Bye bye Carlos!

-11 ( +8 / -19 )

Posted in: Osaka reaches Australian Open final, closing in on world No. 1 ranking See in context

Incredibly well played by Naomi and hopefully she can keep up her form on Saturday! A big win for Japanese tennis!

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Posted in: S Korea accuses Japanese patrol plane of threatening flight See in context

Let's make on thing clear, South Korea is a hostile enemy state and no ally. They should be treated as such. Sink the North Korean puppets if they lock FC again

13 ( +18 / -5 )

Posted in: Haneda airport tests driverless bus See in context

Jeez such negativity. This is a no brainer as the bus would travel along controlled and predictable routes with no variable traffic conditions and would save a huge amount of human effort. Calm down

0 ( +4 / -4 )

Posted in: American man gets 8 years for killing, dismembering body of woman See in context

What a joke. I would say the fact that he dismembered her body and made an attempt to hide his crime by scattering the remains to conceal evidence demonstrates a lot more than an accidental killing. These are not the actions of someone who had "no intent" to kill.

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Posted in: Russia, Japan make no visible progress on territorial dispute See in context

I would say that if the discussions are only for the 2 smallest islands and not the whole 4, Abe should respectfully decline the offer and leave it for the time being, unless the agreement stipulates handing over the 2 now and discussions for the remaining 2 to occur in the future.

Putin won't last forever and there's hope Russia can become a bit less nationalistic and authoritarian in future

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Posted in: Japanese teacher punches high school boy in face; social media on his side See in context

On the fence with this one, punching the student in the face is way over the top and dangerous, but school is partly for learning how not to become an idiot like that kid and to become a responsible member of society. I assume he takes that attitude of his outside of school as well.

Either way, hopefully this is a big learning experience for both the student and teacher, but the teacher would likely have to face some punishment here

7 ( +8 / -1 )

Posted in: Convenience stores to stop selling adult magazines by end of August See in context

Another step backward for Japan, pressured into it by the easily offended

8 ( +24 / -16 )

Posted in: Tokyo court denies Ghosn's latest bail request See in context

This case is getting boring now, will tune back in at the end of the year when he goes to trial. Enjoy detention Ghosn!

1 ( +13 / -12 )

Posted in: Japan says S Korean claim over radar lock-on baseless; breaks off defense talks See in context

SK is the same as NK now. Leave SK and Seoul to its fate, enough is enough

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Posted in: Ghosn again asks for bail; promises not to flee, pay for security guards See in context

Haha nope! Sneaky Carlos would flee the first chance he gets. Keep him locked up and in ropes Japan! Don't let these super rich elite get to you too

-11 ( +13 / -24 )

Posted in: Bangladeshi asylum seeker's handcuffed hospital visit sparks debate See in context

Good to see the authorities taking proper precautions to prevent illegals and asylum seekers fleeing into the country.

0 ( +13 / -13 )

Posted in: Ghosn appeals against bail rejection See in context

Forgot about Ghosn since he's been gone from the spotlight. Time for the media to move on

1 ( +5 / -4 )

Posted in: French government calls for Renault board meeting to replace Ghosn See in context

Good on the French government to finally admit Ghosn committed some truly shocking crimes. Although the French government's dallying over this highlights their vast incompetence, as shown by the yellow vest protests in Paris. Very uncivilized

2 ( +7 / -5 )

Posted in: Japan's plan to pursue aircraft carrier raises question of necessity See in context

Surrounded by Russia, China, and North Korea? Japan more realistically needs multiple aircraft carrier strike groups and also a few thousand nukes in a nuclear triad for guaranteed second strike capability. That would constitute an almost guaranteed deterrent to conflict as you can bet China or North Korea won't try anything if any escalation would result in the permanent annihilation of their countries

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Posted in: Ghosn re-arrested for aggravated breach of trust See in context

Well played by the prosecutor's office! Ghosn would have fled the country without a second thought, so deep is his guilt. He's done

-24 ( +17 / -41 )

Posted in: 1,103 South Koreans sue their gov't over wartime labor at Japan firms See in context

Finally some common sense coming out of SK. The SK government owes a lot more than $88k to each of its citizens it stole from. What an absolute disgrace

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Posted in: Japan to pull out of IWC to resume commercial whaling See in context

Amazing news and finally! About time Japan left that club of virtue signalers that served no purpose. The anti-everything crowd should be pleased, Japan will only be hunting locally. Well played!

6 ( +29 / -23 )

Posted in: Lawyers protest detention of Kelly, Ghosn See in context

Good to hear, these 2 don't deserve to be released on bail as they will flee and destroy evidence. They know their guilt and it's refreshing to see elite CEOs being held to account for their crimes for once

-1 ( +5 / -6 )

Posted in: Don't contact our board members, Renault tells Nissan See in context

Renault told alliance partner Nissan to stop contacting the French company's directors ahead of a Thursday board meeting as the Japanese automaker tried to share evidence of wrongdoing by its ousted chairman Carlos Ghosn, two sources said.

Ever since Ghosn's Nov 19 arrest in Japan, Renault and the French government, the automaker's biggest shareholder, have demanded to see the findings of a Nissan internal investigation that include allegations of financial misconduct by the 64-year-old executive.

So Nissan tries to share their findings of Ghosn's disgraceful crimes with Renault, after Renault demanded to see the findings, now Renault are saying they don't want to see it?

Jeez, no wonder France is going down the drain. Time to cull the Renault parasite from the Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance, they are by far the weakest link

0 ( +5 / -5 )

Posted in: Foreign couple detained after newspaper set on fire at Yasukuni Shrine See in context

Good to hear these dangerous arsonists have been arrested and will be punished to the full extent of the law.

Can you imagine what would happen if a foreigner tried to start a fire outside the great hall in Tiananmen Square? Hint: they would be tortured to death over a few decades

7 ( +8 / -1 )

Posted in: Court rejects Ghosn's appeal to end detention See in context

Well done to the court! He shouldn't be let out, his flight is guaranteed and there is a 100% chance he will destroy evidence and commit more crimes. Show no mercy

-12 ( +3 / -15 )

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