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Posted in: WWII aftermath: How did Japan and Germany become global powerhouses? See in context

Abnormal growth rate due to radiation therapy. Thank the USA.

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Posted in: China tries to quell fears of more big devaluations See in context

I think all countries be printing, a time to devalue people's savings and earnings.

It's a printing time!

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Posted in: Apple pushed down to 3rd in China smartphone market See in context

"hardly surprising, very few in china can afford Apple's mark up"

Yeah, you're right. However, that few are greater than the entire Japanese population.

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Posted in: Jobless rates fall in July for teens and black Americans See in context

I care.

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Posted in: Japan marks 70th anniversary of Hiroshima atomic bombing See in context

Thunderbird2 "No-one is disputing what the Japanese did during the war... this discussion is about the use of Atomic Weapons on a city full of civilians and the rather pathetic justification for it. Very few people outside of America subscribe to your country's views... my own country's Air Force fire bombed Dresden... we certainly aren't proud of it."

Tell that to the war victims. Let's say your mama was about to become a sex slave... and your papa was to be used for chemical experiments. Would you want to save your parents or some innocent Japanese people? Of course, if you can save both, it would be great.

Understand the point. And I am not proud of you or your country. I am proud of the US for saving Asia and Europe (your parents included). Learn to be grateful.

I think if your parents were in the position, they would be grateful to the US for saving them. Have some compassion for the war victims including your mama and papa in the hypothetical situation.

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Posted in: U.S. diplomat: Hiroshima A-bombing should never be repeated See in context

"U.S. diplomat: Hiroshima A-bombing should never be repeated"

A sad tragedy, especially when you have no one but your own people to blame. The nuking should never be repeated.

Japan should learn from this and never repeat heinous war crimes: sex slavery, massacre, experiments on live human beings, ..... Additionally, they should be sensitive and stop rubbing salt into the wounds of war victims by denying, downplaying, or whitewashing. They must learn to admit the past and be shameful of their parents and/or grandparents.

The nuking should never be needed again.

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Posted in: Japan marks 70th anniversary of Hiroshima atomic bombing See in context

"Now Americans want me to thank them for killing all of my cousins, uncles and aunts."

I am not talking about killing some innocent Japanese people. I am talking about the needed nuking to stop the savages from committing atrocities (sex slavery, massacring, experimenting on live human beings, and more).

If you can understand that rubbing salt into wounds hurts, don't rub salt into wounds of the war victims by whitewashing or denying Japanese savagery/history. Learn to be shameful of your parents and grandparents. However, put the past as is, and learn to Move On.

The nuking of Japan saved Asia from the savages. That's why Asian countries should be grateful to the US.

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Posted in: South Korea, Japan resume annual defense talks See in context

"Japan insists the issue of the so-called “comfort women” was settled in a 1965 agreement that restored diplomatic ties."

Chinese, Koreans and other neighboring countries should thank the US for nuking Japan. A totally necessary action to end sex slavery and other atrocities... The US saved Asia from savages.

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Posted in: Japan marks 70th anniversary of Hiroshima atomic bombing See in context

' Paul Tibbets, who piloted the Enola Gay, said he never had any second thoughts about dropping the bomb, telling a newspaper in an interview in 2002, five years before his death: “I knew we did the right thing”.'

I don't think I could have done this. He's a courageous man who ended atrocities by savages: sex slavery, experiments on live human beings (Unit 731), massacring (Nanjing), ...

Thank you Mr. Tibbets! You are a hero to all victims of Japan, including some innocent Japanese victims.

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Posted in: Cartoon capers: Abe uses offbeat PR blitz to rescue ratings See in context

"Brilliant strategy utilize Anime and plastic models to help you get ratings! We all know the Japanese public is gullible and cannot resist either Anime or plastic models!"

I agree, but I don't think they are that stupid. We will see in a few months.

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Posted in: U.S. to hit Fiat Chrysler with record $105 mil fine See in context

I thought it was about Takata airbags.

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Posted in: Mitsubishi Motors to end U.S. production See in context

".... the automaker had decided to end production in the U.S. to focus on Asian markets."

The US consumer has already decided for Mitsubishi. Finding a Mitsubishi car is a challenge in the US. They sell way less than one percent, about 1 in 200. A good decision by Mitsubishi, focusing on Asian markets, on Japan markets.

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Posted in: Japan's trade deficit narrows 92% on jump in exports See in context

Japanese GDP in USD($) Billions (23% less than before)

YR 2012-13: $5954.48; YR 2013-14: $4915.56; YR 2014-15: $4601.46

Keep on printing money. It's easy to increase GDP and Export in Yen. Just DON'T convert them into the US or Chinese money. Then they can be delusional and be happy.

As to imports, they can continue to decrease in volume. It's going to lower standards of living for Japanese because they can afford less of goods. But, at least, it's going to do good for big corporations into exports (cheap labor). I don't think Japanese people are stupid; they are just very patriotic, sacrificing themselves.

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Posted in: Ferrari recalls 814 cars in U.S. to fix Takata air bag problem See in context

Only well-known companies that did not use cheap Takata air bags: Mercedes, Hyundai, Kia, Volkswagen, and PSA Peugeot. Any other well-known companies?

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Posted in: Nokia plans possible comeback to cell phone business See in context

How about Nokia and Sony? They have many things in common. Manufacture and sell them in Japan.

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Posted in: Japanese firm to apologize to U.S. WWII veterans for forced labor See in context

"Japanese firm to apologize to U.S. WWII veterans for forced labor"

Why not to Chinese and Koreans?

If it wasn't for nuking of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan would not have apologized. The US Rules.

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Posted in: World Bank removes critical section from China report See in context

"The World Bank has removed a sharply critical portion from a recently released report on China’s economy that called for reform of its financial system, saying the section had not been adequately reviewed and that its wording was inappropriate."

That's why we need a new institution to balance out the biases, the AIIB. Soon or later, the AIIB will be a definitely more dominant institution than the WB.

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Posted in: Heritage status for Japan industry sites draws mixed reaction from S Korea, China See in context

Japan claims that the people were "forced to work" but they were not "forced labors." Japan committed a sneak attack on Pearl Harbor, but they portray as if they were victims of the war. They are simply sick people, not to be trusted.

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Posted in: GM adds more than 243,000 cars to Takata air bag recall See in context

"blowing apart a metal canister and sending shrapnel into the passenger compartment" - It sounds like having a grenade embedded in a driving wheel. The air bag and a grenade have the same basic mechanism.

I guess only German and Korean cars are exempt from the explosive Takata air bags.

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Posted in: The changing face of Shin-Okubo and decline of Korea Town See in context

"The changing face of Shin-Okubo and decline of Korea Town"

Well, with regular hate-speech demonstrations, who will go there. Only in Japan, hate-speech demonstrations are legal and promoted. What a country with so many savages! Instead of deleting this posting, think about it.

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Posted in: China beats Japan in Asian university rankings See in context

China taking over in every aspect... Sooner or later, I think Japan will look up to China in place of the US. Japan have done that in the past for 1000s of years.

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Posted in: Japan says it is open to G-7 carbon emissions target See in context

Never mind the carbon emissions. Focus on helping the Fukushima victims - and controlling the leaks, polluting the ocean.

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Posted in: South Koreans triumph in U.S. robot challenge See in context

Congrats South Korea!

Please help Japan when there's another nuclear disaster.

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Posted in: Asia should put WWII behind it: Singapore PM See in context

1- Do you see in Japan anti-Korean or anti-Chinese education? If so, can you give some source about it?

Please look at yourself. If you want additional information, please google it, "Hate speech demonstrations, legal only in Japan!" Please study it.

2- Do you see in Japan anti-American Education? If so, can you give some links?

No, Japan has great respect for American and European things. It's okay to be Asians.

3- Why do you think forgiveness should be conditional? I think it is funny, especially when it comes from a Christian guy who has as leader a man(Jesus) who said everyone should forgive others unconditionally

I’m sorry but I don’t get your humor. Please ask a Christian.

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Posted in: Asia should put WWII behind it: Singapore PM See in context

"No matter what Japan does, others should learn to forgive and move on, and not the other way."

Are you saying that others should move on, so Japan can dwell on the past, whitewashing its war crimes/history?

Most of the people had already moved on, until Japan had instigated, whitewashing its war crimes/history. Don't you think Japan should also Move On, leaving the past/war crimes as it is?

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Posted in: Asia should put WWII behind it: Singapore PM See in context

"Asia should put WWII behind it: Singapore PM"

I totally agree with this guy. Japan should learn to move on, and leave their past savagery/Japan History as it is. Stop whining, trying to whitewash what had already happened. By doing so, Japan is making the past to become a present matter. Learn to be shameful about your parents or grandparents, but Move On!

Admit the past, and learn to Move On! And ban the hate speech demonstrations; be civilized. In this way, Japan will have more tourists from China and South Korea.

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Posted in: Japan posts Y53.4 bil trade deficit in April See in context

Japanese rice tends to glow at night....

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Posted in: Japan posts Y53.4 bil trade deficit in April See in context

In April, exports rose 8% year-on-year to 6.55 trillion yen ($53.9 billion) while imports dropped 4.2% to 6.6 trillion yen ($54.3 billion).

Just don't convert that numbers into US dollar or Chinese Yuan Renminbi. Otherwise, it can be depressing for yen's value depreciated about 20% in that one year. And thank the Saudis for keeping the oil price low, controlling the US fracking.

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Posted in: Japan's net external assets hit record $3 tril as top creditor nation See in context

"Japan's gross external assets rose 18.5% to 945.27 trillion yen, up for a sixth consecutive year, as the weak yen boosted the appraised value of external assets by 64 trillion yen from the year before, the ministry said."

I guess increase external assets is easy. Just print more money. Does that mean Japan should print more money to devalue yen for greater assets? Before yen's devalued further, Japanese should make their investments outside Japan?

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Posted in: Japan recognizes tiny Pacific island of Niue as a country See in context

Abe made another friend. He should give them a visit.

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