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Posted in: Abe says horrors of war must never be repeated See in context

If Japan really doesn't want war, It should get rid of it SDF, and announce to the world that it is a Peace loving country and do not need any arms, and the world should, Respect Japan as a PEACE loving country.

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Posted in: Japan seeks talks with China at November summit See in context

The Japan government can dream about it, it will not happen.

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Posted in: Obama to urge Europe to keep up pressure on Russia See in context

US, doesn't have to do the dirty work after all, they get their lackey to do it for them from Europe to Asia, so they can remain top dog without getting their hands dirty, smart move.

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Posted in: Abe war dead See in context

Are the leopard changing it spot....hmmmm

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Posted in: Japan, U.S. express concern at China-Vietnam maritime dispute See in context

Let the world nuke each other to Hell, Mother earth could sleep in Peace, to recover for the next few million years.

We humans are just here temporary like rental, we don't own mother, we abuse what she give us, time for her to take back what belong to her and be damn with the human animals

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Posted in: A taste of whale See in context

When did ICJ say Japan are not allow to consume whales meat. How could you not love Japan politicians twisting of stop hunting whales to consuming whales meat.

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Posted in: Sony issues battery-fire warning over 26,000 Vaio laptops See in context

@ Jadranko Take your pick, they all produce parts for Sony products. In your case even if it is design flaw, Toyota you will still blame it on china, same as Nikon camera. Sony Semiconductor Corporation (7 plants in Japan) and its subsidiaries outside Japan (Brazil, China, England, India, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, Ireland and United States)

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Posted in: China gives U.S. defense chief a tour of its aircraft carrier See in context

StormRApr. 08, 2014 - 10:01AM JST

Haha how embarrassing for china lol, bet Hagel was laughing up his sleeve<

JT, just forgot to do a better job, instead of China asking for Hagel to visit, it was US asking for the visit, as reported by CNN, "This is significant. One, because he will be the first foreign visitor they have allowed aboard. We requested this, and they agreed.

(CNN) -- U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel will visit the Chinese aircraft carrier Liaoning at the Yuchi Naval Base at Qingdao on Monday, a defense official said.

Hagel will be the first foreigner allowed on board, the official said, adding that the trip is happening because of a U.S. request.

"This is significant. One, because he will be the first foreign visitor they have allowed aboard. We requested this, and they agreed. And two, because this capital ship symbolizes for the (People's Liberation Army) their ambition to project naval power," said the official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity.

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Posted in: China denounces Abe for Russia-Crimea analogy See in context

A translation of Saito Minako's Tokyo Shimbun column on the the Abe Administration's new deceptive language.

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Posted in: Japan calls on China to accept world's concerns over air defense zone See in context

Yawn

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Posted in: Japan calls on China to accept world's concerns over air defense zone See in context

China is not backing down, need cooler heads from both side to work it out.

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Posted in: Japan calls on China to accept world's concerns over air defense zone See in context

Do whatever you want Japan, China will do what she need to do, get over it.

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Posted in: Sea Shepherd says it's ready for aggression from Japan whalers See in context

Go SS, will be donating to your war chest.

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Posted in: China denounces 'slanderous' air zone remarks by Abe See in context

Yes i China did shot an airline in 1954, less than 10 years after WW2, the last commercial airline shot down was in 1988 by US navy in the Persian Gulf flight 655 and was over international water too, so we should bring back war crime that Japan did after all it was it 1937 less than 20 years.

The same People's Army that shot that plane down exists today.

Same goes for JSDF they are the same people just change of name, they are still Japanese as are the PLA still same Chinese.

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Posted in: Clash in China's Xinjiang kills 16 See in context

They will bash just for the sake of bashing, not knowing the history or they will try to revise history.

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Posted in: Japan to hike mid-term defense spending by 5% See in context

Just today a Chinese ship tired to ram a USN ship in international water,

Ramming and blocking are different.

Eh! did you read the date on the new, it was stated December 5th 2013, today is December 14 2013, do they have a time machine, back to the future.... :)

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Posted in: Japan to hike mid-term defense spending by 5% See in context

India's air force chief said on Friday that China's Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ) is not a threat to India.

Talking to the press in Shillong in northeast India, Indian Air Force chief N.A.K. Browne said the ADIZ is "an issue between China and Japan", according to Indo-Asian News Service.

"Because this is an issue between China and Japan, why must we get involved?" he said.

China established its East China Sea ADIZ on Nov. 23. Yet Japan, in disregard of common sense and international practice, has since launched a vehement attempt to misinterpret and vilify the Chinese move.

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Posted in: Japan-China ties critical for Asia: Indonesia See in context

The countries that will most likely support Japan, Philippine, Vietnam, Malaysia and Brunei, as for the rest their answer will be the same as Indonesia.

None of them really want to rock the boat, their trade with China are worth more than what Japan can offer as bribe..lol

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Posted in: Japan to hike mid-term defense spending by 5% See in context

Chinese Military Ship Confronts U.S. Cruiser at Sea.

‘Getting Dangerous’

After a second Chinese ship sailed in front of the Cowpens and stopped, the U.S. vessel was forced to change course to avoid a collision, the Free Beacon said.

“It’s getting dangerous out there,” said Patrick Cronin, a senior adviser for the Asia-Pacific Security Program at the Center for a New American Security in Washington. “Accidents happen. People can get killed out there through these maneuvers. We need more efforts at ways to tamp down or avert crises as they arise.”

Cronin said the incident appeared to be a “tit-for-tat” response to the U.S. refusing to recognize China’s new air defense zone.

“We’re making them look impotent with respect to the ADIZ,” Cronin said, referring to the acronym for air defense identification zone.

By trying to block a U.S. ship, China is engaging in “coercive diplomacy -- it’s neither war nor peace,” he said.

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Posted in: What do you think of people walking along, engrossed in their smartphones, not bothering to look where they are going? Is it a problem for you? See in context

Too engross with it, you might walk into a lamp post and get a hickey for it.

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Posted in: Japan to hike mid-term defense spending by 5% See in context

This is a very expensive plane the Russians and Chinese have already developed systems to counter it effectively to be on sale within 2 years.

http://defence.pk/threads/russian-co...vantage.19845/

http://www.f-16.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=18922

One major selling point the stealth capability has already been nullified by Russian system at a fraction of the cost of one platform. Also.several.new missles.with long standoff has already been developed against it. Once we pay billions for F35 our adversaries can just spend one hundred million on these counter systems and eliminate any advantage. The F35 itself has numerous flaws and its effectiveness is questionable

. http://snafu-solomon.blogspot.sg/201...ready.html?m=1

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Posted in: Gov't panel calls for stronger military to deal with China See in context

Won't be long before Japan 'officially' becomes a nuclear state I don't think. We all know that they are already but they should make it official (to the Chinese) and that will stop this sabre rattling by them, and of course it is a much cheaper option than to go toe-to-toe (armaments wise) with China in the future. Keep the navy strong (as it is) and become a nuclear state and that will contain China.

China had wars through out her history, she forgive most of them, Great Britain and whole lots of others.

President Xi told VP Biden you are not our direct enemy, our beef is with Japan,if Japan go nuke, she can kiss goodbye, China are willing to lose1/3 to 1/2 of her country, as long as she make Japan disappear, that is how much China feel.it doesn't bother her who come next as long as she get the 1 that count to her.

Better hope that cooler head preview and stop all this you win or i win, in war all lose it is a matter of how much you willing to lose.

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Posted in: Japan-China ties critical for Asia: Indonesia See in context

Tuan Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono memberitahu Abe go and work out your problem with China, do not drag us in.

Sangat baik Tuan Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono.

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Posted in: N Korea may be set for 'Cultural Revolution,' says Onodera See in context

Coup soon in NK

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Posted in: Japan to pledge $20 bil aid to ASEAN See in context

These babies will bite their mother's hand whenever she can't give more food.

Philippine will follow Japan lead, as for the rest they need to tip top carefully, their trade with China are more than 20 billions per year.

2011, China-ASEAN trade reached $362.85 billion

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Posted in: Tempers flare in Diet over state secrets bill See in context

Dictator state are on the way, no different from communist state. Japantime.

On the eve of the contentious state secrets law getting the official nod, Liberal Democratic Party Secretary-General Shigeru Ishiba waded into the fray Wednesday by saying journalists could be punished for reporting state-designated classified information, only to backpedal slightly.

“It is legal to obtain the information. But if reporting state secrets threatens our national security, common sense tells me reporting will be somehow restricted,” Ishiba said at the Japan National Press Club.

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Posted in: Foreign worker riot shocks Singapore See in context

The bus driver who knock down the Indian was a local born Indian and that is a private own bus, even the local Indian most are (Tamil)doesn't like those from India, as they still practice caste system and look down on Singaporean Indian.

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Posted in: Foreign worker riot shocks Singapore See in context

Cortes Elijah

I am interested to know. Have you lived in Singapore? I thought it was really strict on drinking laws? So you mean to say daily these Indian's get drunk and cause problems?.

I was born in Singapore, did my 30 months NS, train by the 3 amigo countryman from the ME odd man out.

Buying beer has no aged restriction, most Indian prefer moonshine beer Tody it cost less than a dollar. Only on the weekend as they live in dorm provided by their employer.

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Posted in: New American Airlines emerges as world's top carrier See in context

American air line services are terrible Qantas are the same, KLM or Air France provide better service than they do.

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Posted in: Foreign worker riot shocks Singapore See in context

They will be caned and send back, every weekend is the same see a few thousands India Indian, gathering in little India, drinking their head off dashing across busy road and making a nuisance of them self to the public.

This should be a wake up call to the government, the last serious riot we had is back in 1964.

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