This "man" is just as disgusting and cowardly as Tsutomu Miyazaki.
0 ( +0 / -0 )
I am tranquil that he will be succeeded by a young, from a historic family man like Shinjiro Koizumi.
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I trust PM Abe as much as I trust my mum, that means a lot. I know, indeed, that I'll be thumbed down on this extremely anti-Abe website, but freedom of speech it is. I bet he will make something big out of this trip and I expect much more from him in the future.
-19 ( +2 / -21 )
May all positive forces on Earth and beyond protect you all!, Thank you PM Abe!, he should get Nobel Peace Prize.
-5 ( +7 / -12 )
What a leader, may all positive forces protect him in the trip.
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I just hope, as having a brother with a mental problem, that he gets what he deserves. And I give a iota about his life, just like he gave a iota about the lives of those 19 innocents. Hope gets the drop.
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Without giving my opinion on this, I'd like to say that I'd love if the Japanese youth had more empathy towards towards those who suffer around the world. The apathetic behaviour of the Japanese youth has no explanation from my POV.
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My grandmother was born in 1933 to a father born in 1886. Just thinking of him being a 17 year old young man when this alive lady was born brings tears to my eyes. I know it sounds stupid but that's what it makes me feel.
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The world is headed by lunatics and brainwashed peoples. Sad.
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As long as it protects Japanese interests, I see nothing wrong in such deployment of force. Pacifists are kind of naive.
3 ( +11 / -8 )
I see nothing wrong, but experience for our Self-Defence forces. Kudos for PM Abe.
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What I find annoying on here (Japan Today) is that foreigners, whom I respect profoundly, come here and try to meddle and impose their views on capital punishment when most Japanese support it. Deal with it.
-9 ( +2 / -11 )
Good. Our society is safer. Next in line should be the Akihabara rampager.
-7 ( +3 / -10 )
The Demosisto party of Joshua Wong has shown on Twitter the brutality of police force in HK. They accuse the protestors of vandalism and rioting, yet they use brutality as a tactic. Wong for Executive would bring peace to the city.
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NO room for talks between Japan-NK until all hostages are released.
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"Those who have disabilities, severe enough as to prevent communication, are not people."
Really? As 2020 nears and people like him exists?, You know what? I think Uematsu doesn't deserve to live either.
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Joshua Wong, Jimmy Sham, et al. Resist! The whole World is on your side!
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Kim is young and thinks he can last forever. PM Abe, on the other hand, is an experienced man who knows how to handle situations like these. Hope peace is achieved with that lunatic.
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If something is achieved by PM Abe regarding the tensions in the Middle East, then he would be an excellent candidate for Nobel Peace Prize. Apart from this, on NK, I also bet for peace and talks, but I see it difficult with a country that insists on firing missiles near Japan every single month or every few weeks.
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I first worried with this visit, but was again surprised by excellent PM Abe who pressured Rouhani on abiding the nuclear deal.
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So much animosity against PM Abe on here .... if anyone kept Japanese elders at good and kept Japan far from NK threats and Chinese aggression it was all due to PM Abe.
-4 ( +2 / -6 )
As I said in a previous note about the case , my 22 year olds brother suffers a metal disorder, and apart from extreme love my mum and I give him, we have contacted welfare authorities to support us in his treatment. He's a lovely person who does his best to carry on with life and we're proud of him. I think of this man as a poor man who saw no other escape, I don't want to judge him, but murder is never OK.
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One of the most best Prime Ministers in history. Showed the right-wing is the right path in Japan.
-6 ( +16 / -22 )
Mentally ill people need love, not violence or aggression.
3 ( +3 / -0 )
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.
2 ( +3 / -1 )
May he rest in peace ..... but..... who on Earth would murder a doctor helping civilians? Evil to its core
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