Mentally ill people need love, not violence or aggression.
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I have a younger brother (22) with schizoaffective disorder and he's on medication. He's a brilliant young man, a kind, nice, caring person... lovely human being, full of love toward his few friends and we his family. Fighting a day-to-day battle against a mental illness. Just thinking people like Uematsu thinks he doesn't deserve to live just for a mental illness or whatever reason makes me think who is "sicker" (if that term exists). Sad story. Hope justice is served.
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May he rest in peace ..... but..... who on Earth would murder a doctor helping civilians? Evil to its core
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Iran does not represent Japan not in the least. Iran sees Japanese as infidels.
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Would be fantastic. South Korea leadership is ready to be friendly towards Japan. It's the South Korean youth, as I've said sometimes, that has shown tremendous animosity towards PM Abe and anti-Japanese sentiment without a sole present-time justification.
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In face of Saturday's insult-laden rampage against PM Abe from North Korea, I see it a positive response. North Korea attacks; Japan answers back.
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@Chip Star, the only thing I have to say, I respect your opinion, but you should never support personal attacks. Only the weakest among the weakest resort to Ad Hominem. It's when you lack of facts.
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Excellent from PM Abe not responding EVER to *ad hominems. Not worthy.*
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Long Live Joshua Wong,
Long Live Jimmy Sham.
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Thank you Abe for respecting the will of Hong Kong citizens. I'm happy for Jimmy Sham who, even on crutches after suffering two attacks this year, campaigned and won the election. That's a leader, that's a person with guts, that's a moral person.
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The main opponents in S. Korea are the youth, and I find that rather sad. South Korea and Japan should crush the past and look forward to keep peace in the region. Pity South Korean youth have been brainwashed with a deep-rooted anti-Japanese sentiment.
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I know that on this website I'll get thumbed down, but I stand by my beliefs. I believe in Abe and I believe in his government.
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I'm going to be thumbed down but I don't care. I trust the government, years back prime minister Abe ate an octopus at Fukushima, what else proof do you want there's no contamination? Abe would have not certainly risked his health. Years have passed.
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Kim is far more obsessed with damaging Japan than fellow Koreans in the South. The threat is to Japan, not S. Korea dear Americans
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Even more support to PM Abe from me, abolish the peaceful constitution and rearm the country's forces.
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Hong Kong people must determine their future. Not China. My inspirations, as a young man, are both Joshua Wong and Jimmy Sham, and it was great pleasure to see Jimmy heading the gay pride march in the city even without police authorisation. This article worries me. No intervention whatsoever. If Hong Kong wants to remain as Chinese, then I'll shut my mouth up and respect that.
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Time for South Korean youth to realise that past is past. Japan and South Korea must work together to stop the belliference of Kim.
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I wish him well........................... to pay on Earth what he did. Glad he's undergoing this health ordeal however I must admit.
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This case scarily reminds me of serial killer Yukio Yamaji's case. Murdered own mother in 2000 as a minor, PAROLED in 2003, and murdered again in 2005 for the SAKE of killing. Hope this is not the case.
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I appreciate your response, but conscription cannot be applied in Japan for many reasons, especially social issues. JSDF must be armed, I didn't mean arms race.
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I support Abe, Japan cannot stand unarmed in front of rampant belligerence from North Korea regime and Chinese oppression
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Regarding Hong Kong, I can simply say I admire youngsters like Joshua Wong and Jimmy Sham, so young and putting up a fight with a superpower. Kudos for them. May they be protected. (Though Sham was attacked with hammers weeks ago)
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Speedy recovery for the girl... and come on, Japan is facing difficult times; hikikomoris, alienated youths who randmonly attack others; selfish individuals like the Yua child abuse case. What's happening in Japanese society? Nutjobs like this boy expected more.
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He committed suicide but instead of dying alone he decided to take children with him. That says all about him. Good riddance.
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These people release their anger and frustration on the defenceless, such a cruel thing to do. I'm a really stressed young man, but I'd never take it out onto anybody since it's my own responsibility to deal with the stress.
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He's got a lot to pay on Earth, get well bad person!, hopefully you'll be found "sane" and sentenced to death for ending young lives over your delusions.
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