He often says apparent jokes in public. Bad habit, but it's sad that some people cannot tell difference between jokes and serious statements.
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Half is a good number. In North America almost everybody experienced discrimination one way or another regardless of skin color.
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Posted in: Why does politics divide a country into "us" versus "them" (using the U.S. as an example)? Why can't people on both sides come together on issues to unify their country instead of dividing it? See in context
It's the foundation of democracy. Everybody has different opinion, and people should be divided as much as possible, and discuss issues based on different view. If everybody has same opinion then it's called totalitarian regime. We are democratic and free to argue, protest, and divided. People were divided from the beginning of human history, and will be divided forever, and it's healthy state of society.
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This can be categorized as a hate crime. This government led movement of hatred toward Japan which is nation wide and the hatred is taught in schools to brain wash kids. Anybody who slightly oppose the movement will be severely punished by the government and society. It seems they don't have freedom of speech or expression, so the country resembles totalitarian regime.
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Road rage is a big problem in North America as well. People are so impatient, they can't wait few seconds. Is this because we are so spoiled? or, because we are so used to get answer quickly on the smart phone, so we think everything else should be like that? It looks like we lost ability to slow down.
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Japanese government can start auditing Korean companies and individuals in Japan in regard of tax evasion and any other business related or illegal activities. Government can keep press charges and resulting penalties.
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