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Posted in: Japan to help finance European bailouts See in context

Because they sink, you will sink as well. The forex is worthless then.

Just follow the Chinese steps, it couldn't be wrong.

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Posted in: How Japan can turn the tables on its economic decline See in context

In another 10 years, Japan economy will be about 3/1 to 1/2 of Chinese's size in normal GDP. By that time it will be pointless to argue over anything.

It will be swallowed anyway.

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Posted in: How Japan can turn the tables on its economic decline See in context

Japan is no Germany, the only thing similar is Japan has the same mighty industry capability as German has. But German just swallows its Eastern part and the demand there creates the huge need for the growth, Japan has no such thing, the Japanese infrastructure is already the first class in the world.

The only way for Japan to turn around is to be integrated into the great Chinese economic zoom, as it is undergoing right now. Or call it Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere, a Japanese invention anyway.

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Posted in: Your shout See in context

Chinese need to send troops to Japan, simply to crack down these hooligans.

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Posted in: Retailer Don Quijote pulls Nazi outfit after complaint See in context

They should pull it.

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Posted in: China keeps pressure off North Korea See in context

For American and Europeans, they don't care much about a big East Asia war, may even welcome it in private - since they will benefit from it due to getting the panic money and the market share.

But Chinese care a lot since the chance is pretty high that 3 neighbors may get nuked at the end of it, even China itself sits in idle and does nothing.

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Posted in: China keeps pressure off North Korea See in context

Chinese can do all sorts of things, but they need to think about the consequence. How about cutting off the trade with NK and angry Kim lobbed couple of nuke tipped missiles to Japan? Can Japan even stand a dirty bomb?

If the end result is war anyway, you really don't need Chinese to start it. SK and Japan can simply go ahead without the need of Chinese approval.

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Posted in: G-20 faces urgent task of averting trade war See in context

The solution is simply, and everybody knows it. American need to change their habit and cut back their spending: you can't spend by printing money or borrowing forever. But this can't be done by an order or trade policy, just like in Japan people don't spend much. It's a culture thing, a habit, you can't order Japanese to spend neither.

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Posted in: Japan may form new unit to watch Chinese navy See in context

Waste money and resource, create jobs though.

Do they think seriously Chinese will bother to send navy to Japan if any conflict happens? It will be mushroom clouds.

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Posted in: China says Japan distorted facts in island dispute; no meeting between Kan, Wen See in context

Some body claimed that Japan was never a Chinese tributary state, that's not correct.

Starting from East Han dynasty, 3 kingdom period, Japan was a tributary Chinese state. That golden seal?

Tang, Song saw many Japanese tributary missions. The name Nippon was approved by Tang emperor. There were many tributary mission in Ming period as well. Letters and tributary list can be checked even today.

It was indeed a Chinese tributary state.

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Posted in: China says Japan distorted facts in island dispute; no meeting between Kan, Wen See in context

Hatoyama took a policy trying to gain more control from American, and was pretty warm to China. But that actually worried Chinese, since Japan didn't have a stable government. And they knew Hatoyama would fail his mission and Japan would be humiliated.

A big U-turn was predicated and Japanese would try to gain compensation for that humiliation from Chinese side. That's the nature of Japanese and they always play this game. Things are prepared on that side and most the change is Japan will get a double humiliation.

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Posted in: China says Japan distorted facts in island dispute; no meeting between Kan, Wen See in context

To restore the relationship, Seiji Maehara has to go. He played double-talks with Chinese yesterday and completely lost their trust.

But on the other side, Maehara is playing the hard-ball to win popularity and is on track to replace Kan as the new prime minister. So the relationship won't be back, on the contrary it may go worse for a long time.

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Posted in: China says Japan distorted facts in island dispute; no meeting between Kan, Wen See in context

Naoto Kan waited for 20 minutes, but didn't get a chance to see Wen this time.

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