Petty, sneak, underhand and passive-aggressive. Very Japanese way of abusing.
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Petty, passive-aggressive and underhand. Typical Japanese way.
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This is a very Japanese thing and one of the evil traditions here in Japan. You are to be blamed and demanded to apologize for causing fuss and disturbing harmony, regardless of whether or not what you do is right.
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Any Japanese news outlets have not reported this case yet.
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Do the hustleDec. 24 09:33 pm JST
Another pathetic cowardly loon attacking a defenseless victim. How often do we read about some psycho attacking a child, woman or an elderly person for no reason? They never pick in somebody that could fight back. They are just pathetic cowards! I get sick to death of reading about this crap in Japan. Japan is a safe place if you are a middle-aged man.
What percentage of children, women or elders do get attacked by this kind of cowards every year? This kind of case should be strongly condemned but the percentage this kind of case happens is still very low. You need to google "hasty generalization".
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This and other similar cases some Koreans have insisted is typically a fallacy of composition.
The fallacy of composition arises when one infers that something is true of the whole from the fact that it is true of some part of the whole (or even of everyproper part). For example: "This wheel is made of rubber, therefore the vehicle to which it is a part is also made of rubber." This is fallacious, because vehicles are made with a variety of parts, many of which may not be made of rubber.
The Korean irrationality/illogicality is totally at another level.
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But this is still just a part of the big flow, not a main reason to drag Ghosn down from the postion.
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Wallace Fred Today 08:00 am JST
Its refreshing to see JT use the appropriate term 'forced labor' instead of the absolutely disingenuous ' wartime labor' that became the official term in a fellow rival rag due to right wing pressure. A sad day in journalism for sure.
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The Koreans who moved to Japan after August 8, 1944, in which National Requisition Ordinance was applied to Korean, were undoubtedly forced laborers. On the other hand, the Koreans who moved to Japan before 1944 were NOT forced laborers, who willingly moved to Japan or got scammed by bad recruiters.
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