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Posted in: China says Japan trying to 'confuse' South China Sea situation See in context

Why be surprised?

Communist Semantics: Manipulated Distortion


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Posted in: Japan searches for 8 Chinese missing off disputed islands See in context

Oh, when I did visit the shine on Aug 15 over a decade ago, I went as the son of a us ww2 vet. Its wrong not to remember, http://www.thebest-of.info/Q/jfq-aug091945.htm (Not sure if your censors will like or appreciate my above, and just moments ago posting. )

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Posted in: Abe won't visit Yasukuni Shrine on Aug 15, but will send offering: media See in context

About a decade ago I was at the shrine on August 15th, a couple days before my birthday. It was hot out, lots of people, some military ware, pomp but historical, and religious observations. I went to the front altar and paid my respects. I knew the act would be deemed offensive by communists in mainland china and that in itself was so odd, coming from an ideology that is responsible for untold millions of lives taken through violence, depravity and starvation. Warped. I said a prayer for the deceased, but then why would an atheistic communist be upset about prayer? To some deity or spiritual realm that they say does not exist. Well. I will return and be respectful. Honor thy ancestors.

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Posted in: China detains Japanese man for endangering national security See in context

This is why I will never set foot in the PRC. I have been politically involved in the US and love freedom, respect human rights, and have spoken up about it. Who would ever put their life at risk of being a fly where the dictatorship is a huge flyswatter. Nope. Never. Until the regime is put 6 feet under. Same goes for Japanese citizens thinking of visiting the PRC; why be a pawn in a rigged game, when its time for the regime to whip up some anti Japanese hatred. Nope. Guam is safer for a little vacation.

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Posted in: Letter by suspect in stabbing rampage carried a warning See in context

This clearly is mentally ill sociopathy, but there are eugenicists like the founder of Planned Parenthood, Margaret Sanger, who would agree.


I will pray for the victims of this madman and their loved ones.

Sheer Madness.

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Posted in: 'Rented men' are paid just to listen See in context

Modern male geisha, like casual social workers; they fill a void.

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Posted in: China says it is closing off part of South China Sea for military exercises See in context

The only cure to this problem is the overthrow of the CCP dictatorship, all else is a shadow boxing game, delusional. May the day come soon.

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Posted in: China tells U.S. not to let allies set its South China Sea policy See in context

June 4th, 1989

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Posted in: Japanese tourist returns to Niagara Falls to testify against attacker See in context

A big applause to her for doing the right thing, she has made several million new friends on this side for doing so. Regret the incident. Prosecute the sonnavabich. - JQ, NYC New York

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Posted in: One secret to Trump's political success: He is a 'doer' See in context

Thoughtfully presented article. One argument I hear from some outside of Washington DC, from whence I now write, is "would you trust a politician to build a skyscraper?" On the whole I agree with Todd Topolski's take on this.

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Posted in: Kishida says China's maritime expansion making world 'worried' See in context

Kishida-sans' stance, rings a bell within my childhood memories.

Red Riding Hood says "Oh Granny, what big ears you've got!" and the wolf replies "All the better to hear you with, my dear!" Red Riding Hood says "Oh Granny, what big teeth you've got!" and the wolf replies "All the better to eat you with, my dear!"


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Posted in: Kasich says Trump, Cruz will lead U.S. down 'path of darkness' See in context

Japan's view of the US elections... hmm.

Go Kasich!

He gave this speech this morning at a private club that I belong to, located in midtown Manhattan, where last night I met my first choice of the pack - which was Senator Rand Paul.

An informal video or his talk can be seen here: https://youtu.be/o8mi0eQ1kXo

The club was first formed by Women Suffragettes in the 1920's: http://www.wnrc.org/web/pages/about To those fellow Republicans in Japan reading this, keep your chin up! To the handful of folks who seem to be filled with vinegar over Republicanism, take two bromoseltzers...

My girlfriend in Shinjuku really can't stand Trump, who many long time Republicans do not even count as being a real Republican; he's just a disaffected right wing isolationist democrat.

Here's how I, as a long time Republican, have viewed current events:

Imagine being a passenger waiting for the boarding call to get on your flight. In walks in the crew all nicely dressed and smiling. Then a couple pilots arrive brusquely. There's something wrong. They start shouting at each other, one throws a roundhouse punch, another chucks an overnight bag at a steward, and then two pilots get each other into a headlock. And you are in the airport terminal waiting room, expecting to go somewhere. Thus, we have, the Republican primaries.

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Posted in: Osaka police raid elite 'tiger blowfish' restaurant See in context

As a kid I used to catch blowfish by the the dozen in the waters off Shelter Island off the East End of Long Island, NY USA, but clearly the Japanese variety has that poisonous side that ours do not. My relatives loved them, easy to skin (no scales) and cook like light chicken breast. I would look at the fugu fish on display in the windows of places near Kabuki-cho amidst the young yak street urchins and wonder what the big deal was about these rather docile and somewhat common fish.

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Posted in: Major powers team up to tell China of concerns over new laws See in context

Seems like a small group of plaintive furtive sheep, bleating for an iron handed regime to go light. Asking a wolf not to be a wolf. No one talking boldly about Democracy, Freedom, Human Rights. Nope. Little boy puts finger in dam, dam still busts wide open. The story won't change with light handed diplomacy.

"In the letters, the ambassadors asked China to open both draft laws to another round of public consultations."

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Posted in: 14-year-old boy found dead in apparent suicide at home See in context

I shall remember this boy and his family this morning when I pray in church, as I do every morning, where I remember by own dearly loved one, who passed away from this world in the same way. too many, too many. r.i.p.

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Posted in: No. of suicides in Japan drops below 25,000 for first time in 18 years See in context

In the US a lot of this is tied to abuse of addictive prescription medication, pain meds, mood meds, either legally prescribed or otherwise. I wonder what the difference is between the US and Japan in this regard? (I look into this subject closely, having lost a loved one...)

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Posted in: China orders foreign banks to hold yuan See in context

Any piece of paper with a picture of Mao Tse Tung on it, is fools gold in my opinion. Eventually it will collapse.

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Posted in: Taiwan elects 1st female president, rejects pro-China party See in context

I second OssanAmerica's sentiment, a hearty Congratulations to the people of Taiwan, a proud and strong Democracy with Chinese characters, free, independent, in control of their own destiny; a beacon for those suffering under dictatorial regimes everywhere. Best of luck to you! - Joe Quinn, New York City

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Posted in: An old scourge, syphilis, making a comeback See in context

Umm, get married and be faithful?

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Posted in: Primaries are what keep GOP out of the White House See in context

While interesting I sense that it is highly unlikely the writers are or will ever be voters in Republican primaries. Outsiders looking in and scratching their heads, as if viewing some strange animals in a zoo. Kind of like what Sen Ted Cruz said of the cnbc "moderators" who were intent on creating a "cage match". Oh those dang wacky conservatives pitted against the establishment, replaying itself... not. . Sorry, No cigar is won by this opinion piece. I think we have some great candidates and a deep bench for filling in an excellent Cabinet. Personally, I have always liked Rand, and Kasich. By the way, I have a humorous wish. That Donald Trump be named our next Ambassador to the UN, to help transition that property in Kips Bay Manhattan into a Casino with special zoning status, keeping its international oasis netherworld status; the normal laws of the USA still won't apply there, but Pappa Donald will be in charge of the security to eject the poor losers. And "the enemies". Ah, just a dream. This, coming from a former RNC staffer circa 1981-82, during the early Reagan years. (I was a national advanceman.) What highly dramatic and great days those were, and in 2016+ the best is yet to come! (Oh, ps - I am just waiting for that email to me from the moderator saying "Off Topic, Opinion Removed! Happens so frequently... wonder why? )

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Posted in: Two simple reasons a Republican will likely win in 2016 See in context

Chump aside, Republicans have some excellent candidates. I like Rand Paul, to seize control from the centralized Regulatory Nation Nanny State. Go, team!

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Posted in: Indian girls aged 2 and 5 'gang-raped' in New Delhi: police See in context

Street justice.

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Posted in: Abe sends ritual offering to Yasukuni shrine See in context

I like going there because I know it will piss off leftists, Chinese Communists and all "you" others with a big chip on your shoulders. As the son of a WWII US Army vetern, I go there and pray for the deceased.

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Posted in: New Zealand to create massive marine sanctuary the size of France See in context

Most rightist like me, in the US, opposed the UN "Law of the Sea" convention, as we do not trust almost anything coming out of the UN, while Japan seems to love the UN, funding it lavishly over the years, while getting no help with the Southern Kuriles, Senkaku, etc. Good for the Kiwis, though. It's a Teddy Roosevelt kinda move; "Bully!" ;-)

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Posted in: Japanese residents in Beijing batten down ahead of parade See in context

The CCP fans the flames of racism. Lackies hoot and howl.

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Posted in: U.N. chief Ban defends China parade trip after Japanese concern See in context

How to say Kowtow in Korean? Comsymp.

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Posted in: China slams Japan after Abe's wife visits Yasukuni shrine See in context

Correction: "Communists in China should reflect deeply about killing 60 million or so Chinese in the purge by Mao."

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Posted in: Chinese film on WWII summit lambasted online for distorting history See in context

They cut the interview of Mao by budding journalist Brian Williams, it was a hummdinger. http://picturesdotnews.com/2014/12/15/world-leaders-as-hipsters-by-amit-shimoni/

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Posted in: China denounces Japanese ministers' Yasukuni shrine visits See in context

I will make a point to go to pray, again, and again, at Yasukini shrine, to both pray for the dead as well as to screw with the communists & Japan-haters. As I already have done. Btw, my dad was a WWII vet who lost many friends in the war: http://www.thebest-of.info/Q/jfq-aug091945.htm

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Posted in: 'Children of the aggressors' - Japanese war babies adopted by China See in context

A democratic China - on the mainland, beyond the island nation Taiwan ROC, would prove a great friend to Japan and other advanced democracies.

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