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Posted in: Japanese ask: Is U.S. backlash on Toyota a ploy to boost American auto producers? See in context

Come on, the 4 most common cars in the US are Toyota Camry and Corolla, and Honda Civic and Accord. I believe I'm correct when I say, Fords, Chevys, Dodge, so on, they all have problems no matter what. And you dont see them on the road like you do Toyotas and Hondas. That is for a very good reason.

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Posted in: Japan, China still at odds over 'Rape of Nanking' See in context

JHansen, I apologize for the term whites, I was just going off of what i read about the GEACP, as it claimed to rid the "white man". I love all races, it is just hard to not use racism in a world where i hear, haha thats why we a bombed you. Trust me, I know not all whites are the same. If you think about it, expansion, colonization, imperialism, war on terror, is all just a move for the elites to make more money and create a bigger rift between rich and poor and is not really a necessary move for the prosperity of a nation. But for the most part I agree with you. I appreciate having this discussion with you

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Posted in: Japan, China still at odds over 'Rape of Nanking' See in context

Japan has stuck to the conditions of the treaty. If there were more Japan should have done I believe they should have wrote it on the treaty. Besides who decides how one country should apologize or show shame for what they have done in the past? Elected officials are all elites who are rich, they didnt come out of the struggle, or can begin to understand what happened back then. I also think if Japan is trying to apologize, doesnt that acknowledge their wrong doings in the past?

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Posted in: Japan, China still at odds over 'Rape of Nanking' See in context

Is the way the gov't works today different from the past? Japanese history doesnt acknowledge those facts because they are told by the US how they are to be written, hence why no nationalism in textbooks. Japan was forced to go to war, it was eventually going to happen. Westerners moving in on Asia, they were eventually going to try to take Japan, Japan tried diplomatically with US, but the US shut them down everytime, which led to Pearl Harbor, Japan even offered to pull out of China if the US would come to an agreement with them. But as you see, that never happened, and the acknowledgment of numbers on deaths during those years arent going to prevent these two countries from establishing prosperous ties. Oh and by the way, everything the Korean infrastructure is, is due to the Japanese, and not just in Korea

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