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Posted in: Japan's explanation of Korean wartime forced labor insufficient: UNESCO See in context

The islanders who were on the island at the time of the Nagasaki bombing are still alive and protesting the lies of UNESCO and Korea.

UNESCO needs to show us what they based their decision on and show us something that will convince the Japanese people.

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Posted in: Japan's explanation of Korean wartime forced labor insufficient: UNESCO See in context

Damage claims by Koreans regarding Gunkanjima are 200% false.

The structure of the buildings in the living quarters is a complete apartment complex with balconies and windows, and is not designed to house prisoners. The number of people who can live there in that condition is about 3,000. There are also no structures like underground camps on the island.

And all of the residents who actually lived on Gunkanjima have testified that they do not know the names of the Koreans who are claiming damage. The residents possess a list of residents and a list of school alumni.

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Posted in: Japan backs off on forecast of 30 gold medals at Tokyo Olympics See in context

This article does not contain any important statements.

Yamashita said, "I was the person in charge when we decided (on this goal), the head of the Athlete Enhancement Division. "

This is a very important statement.

His job at the time was to make these goals a reality. There was nothing wrong with that.

The number of infected people in Japan remains extremely low compared to Europe and the United States, and the number of vaccinations has been steadily increasing. At least, the actual situation is not pessimistic.

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Posted in: LDP lawmakers seek emergency clause for constitution to deal with crises See in context

This change is necessary for Japan to be able to respond smoothly to various crisis situations. It is necessary not only for natural disasters but also to protect the people and foreign residents when they are attacked by China, for example. In the first place, the fact that the Constitution does not include an emergency clause is an anomaly in the world. Those who shout that the emergency clause is dangerous need to get rid of the emergency clause in their own countries.

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Posted in: Seoul court rejects slave labor claim against 16 Japanese firms See in context

The Korean is also giving false testimony in this article.

( http://english.hani.co.kr/arti/society/society_general/747613.html )

The part of his testimony that seems to be true

In 1940, his father was working at the Yawata Works.

in 1942, his mother joined his father with their four children.

he was born in 1943.

He says that his mother found his father, but that's a lie. It is too strange for a mother to take her four children on a journey to look for a father whose whereabouts she does not know.

It is also a lie that his father was treated badly. If his mother had come to look for him herself, would the Japanese who did the horrible things he described guide them? Furthermore, who would pay for the living expenses of a family of six? Is it the Japanese who would do the terrible things he says?

This alone is enough to show that it is a complete lie.

By the way, the requisition order was issued in 1944, so it is obvious that his father was not forced to work in 1940, but came to work on his own.

What's more, I'm sure a Japanese midwife assisted in the birth of his baby and took care of the food for his four children.

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Posted in: Seoul court rejects slave labor claim against 16 Japanese firms See in context

In the first place, the Korean complainants are a bunch of fraudsters, just like the comfort women.

The Koreans are unable to provide any evidence that they were subject to recruitment, and their claims are based on their own delusions. Since Japan has a list of conscripts, if Koreans submit their names at the time (their Japanese names at the time of their service), the Japanese side can confirm whether they are the conscripts or not, but Koreans do not want to submit the relevant documents, nor do they disclose their memory-based names.

Similarly, a Korean who testified that he was conscripted on Gunkanjima was asked by a Japanese of the same age to provide his name at the time so that he could be checked against his own school register, but the Korean refused. There were only a few children in the same grade on Gunkanjima at that time, and it would be easy to confirm if we knew their names.

Even Koreans living in Japan who spent time with them at the time pointed out that their claims were full of lies.( https://youtu.be/-HPw5tPYjQA )

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Posted in: Japanese gov't plans to remove around 4,000 km of overhead power lines See in context

And what about promoting solar while you're at it?

There are many solar power projects that have been confirmed to have Chinese and Korean intervention. It is installed by purchasing cheap land in mountainous areas and cutting down forests. Every time a typhoon passes through the area, they are blown away, causing more damage from landslides and other problems.

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Posted in: Japan launches study to verify COVID vaccines' effects on citizens See in context

There is nothing new in this news. This is a basic process that is always done for vaccines.

Last time, a small survey was conducted as a matter of urgency. This time, the survey is to get more reliable information.

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Posted in: Japan rejects South Korean protest over Olympics map See in context

@quercetum

What kind of discriminatory damage did Korea actually suffer from the Japanese during World War II?

Here is an example of how Koreans are being brainwashed.

There is a movie called "Spring on the Peninsula" made in 1941. ( https://youtu.be/T0MiZnCvb7s )

The director of the film is Korean. The owner of the production company is also Korean.

He went to an English language school in Japan.

During his studies, he founded a company called Korea Records.

After graduating from the college, the filmmaker learned the art of cinematography from a Japanese named Yutaka Abe at a Japanese film production company called Nikkatsu.

He then returned to the Korean peninsula and established the Myeongpo Film Company.

He filmed and released "Spring on the Peninsula".

The above is a complete fact that exists with the film.

By the way, how was the above life possible in the terrible society that Koreans claim to have? It is very strange. The equipment for filming would have been very expensive. It seems that he was a man who turned his hobby into a job, but at that time, in 1937, many young Japanese were being sent to war with China and losing their lives. Were the Koreans really treated badly? It seems that Koreans had the freedom to start their own businesses. And this director was educated in English by the Japanese and taught film making skills by the Japanese, right? Why are there facts here that are completely different from the history claimed by the Koreans?

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Posted in: S Korea court to rule June 10 on 16 Japanese firms' wartime labor case See in context

Japan and its people were never sufficiently punished for the crimes against humanity

What do you mean by inhumane crimes committed by Japan? At least we are aware that there are no acts that target only Koreans.

The comfort women include Japanese. The only difference is that it was a legitimate private business and the business was with the military.

The conscripted workers also include Japanese. In addition, most of the conscripts were Koreans who were already working in the area, and many more Japanese were conscripted many years before Koreans.

There is also no record of the Japanese government conducting any exclusionary activities targeting Koreans.

Many of the claims made by the Koreans are based on stories that they have conveniently created, claims that do not match the facts, or claims that replace discrimination with economic disparity that has not been filled since they were incorporated into Japan.

So, Koreans will not be able to answer the facts as stated in my first comment.

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Posted in: S Korea court to rule June 10 on 16 Japanese firms' wartime labor case See in context

There is a movie called "Spring on the Peninsula" made in 1941.

(youtube) https://youtu.be/T0MiZnCvb7s

Film name: "Spring on the Peninsula" (1941)

Original Writer: Korean / Script: Korean / Supervisor: Korean / Assistant Supervisor: Korean / Summary: Korean / Lighting: Korean / Music: Ito Seonji and Korean / Performer: Tokyo Orchestra Group

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Posted in: S Korea court to rule June 10 on 16 Japanese firms' wartime labor case See in context

Here is an example of how Koreans are being brainwashed.

There is a movie called "Spring on the Peninsula" made in 1941. ( If you are interested in the movie, please check it out. )

The director of the film is Korean. The owner of the production company is also Korean.

He went to an English language school in Japan.

During his studies, he founded a company called Korea Records.

After graduating from the college, the filmmaker learned the art of cinematography from a Japanese named Yutaka Abe at a Japanese film production company called Nikkatsu.

He then returned to the Korean peninsula and established the Myeongpo Film Company.

He filmed and released "Spring on the Peninsula".

The above is a complete fact that exists with the film.

By the way, how was the above life possible in the terrible society that Koreans claim to have? It is very strange. The equipment for filming would have been very expensive. It seems that he was a man who turned his hobby into a job, but at that time, in 1937, many young Japanese were being sent to war with China and losing their lives. Were the Koreans really treated badly? It seems that Koreans had the freedom to start their own businesses. And this director was educated in English by the Japanese and taught film making skills by the Japanese, right? Why are there facts here that are completely different from the history claimed by the Koreans?

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Posted in: Southwest Japan islands set to become World Heritage site See in context

It is the Chinese and S.Koreans who are talking about Okinawan independence.

In fact, Chinese and S.Koreans living in Japan are inciting the demonstrations against the base in Okinawa.

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Posted in: Japan, S Korea at odds over wartime history, radioactive water See in context

So if Korea finds traceable amount of plutonium, strontium, and cesium from released contaminated water pipe during periodic sampling, will Japan immediately stop the release of contaminated water?

The IAEA has already checked and confirmed that there is no problem.

Now it is Korea's turn to be checked by the IAEA and prove that there is no problem.

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Posted in: Japan, S Korea at odds over wartime history, radioactive water See in context

It is already well known that ALPS doesn't work well and so called "treated" contaminated water still contains heavy radioactive elements.

Japan's treated water has been subjected to ALPS treatment twice to meet WHO standards (drinking water standards), which are stricter than IAEA standards. In short, there is no difference from water that exists in nature.

A few years ago, the Japanese press corps received a sample of the treated water by hand.

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Posted in: Japan, S Korea at odds over wartime history, radioactive water See in context

Germany was opposed to Russian inclusion. Germany has absolutely no problem with inclusion of Korea. The only G7 country that opposes Korea's inclusion is Japan.

Even if it is true, a country that does not abide by the treaty between nations would deserve to be opposed.

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Posted in: Seoul court rejects wartime sex slaves' suit against Japan See in context

Early in May of 1942 Japanese agents arrived in Korea for the purpose of enlisting Korean girls for "comfort service" in newly conquered Japanese territories in Southeast Asia. The nature of this "service" was not specified but it was assumed to be work connected with visiting the wounded in hospitals, rolling bandages, and generally making the soldiers happy.

I think the quote is too partial. It also reads that the report author is ignorant about the word comfort women.

Even today, when recruiting prostitutes, they are not recruited under the profession of prostitute. It is not the same as it actually is, but to make it a little easier to understand in English, for example, it is replaced by words such as delivery health worker. And, most of the general public at least knows what it is.

The same goes for the word "comfort women". In 1942, the word "comfort women" had already been used in newspaper advertisements for more than five years, and there was an unspoken understanding of what the job entailed.

Of course, it says that the girls were ignorant, so it is possible that they did not know about it. On the other hand, it also says that the girls were selfish and had twisted personalities, so they could be lying. The more tragic the position, the more sympathetic these women will be.

Also, due to reports of interrogations of prostitutes and civilians, it is questionable whether "Japanese agents arrived in Korea" is factual or not.

In addition, the overall content of the report is conclusive that these women were mere prostitutes.

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Posted in: Seoul court rejects wartime sex slaves' suit against Japan See in context

In the first place, it is not true that Korea is the victim. It is no exaggeration to say that all of the claims made by Koreans are lies.

The draft, conscription, and comfort women were all targeted at the Japanese first. Especially in the case of conscription and recruitment, Koreans were only subjected to them for about a year before the end of the war. If we exclude the preparation period, the period was less than half a year.

In 1937, while many young Japanese were dying in the war with China, Koreans were establishing newspapers, film companies, trading companies, record companies, cosmetics companies, and many other companies. This is not surprising, since the percentage of Japanese who occupied the Korean Peninsula was only about 10% at the time.

There is a movie called Spring on the Peninsula (1941). It is not necessary to know the contents of the film, but the fact that the company that shot the film was headed by a Korean shows that many of the claims made by Koreans are false. If you know the background of the cinematographer, you will be even more convinced that the Koreans are lying. He learned filming techniques at a Japanese film company, acquired expensive filming equipment, set up his own filming company, hired actors, and shot this film. Where is the Nazi-like Empire of Japan that the Koreans criticize?

(Reference: "Spring on the Peninsula " https://youtu.be/T0MiZnCvb7s )

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Posted in: Seoul court rejects wartime sex slaves' suit against Japan See in context

They say she's a fake comfort woman.

She's younger than her late 80s by all accounts.

She is also famous for changing her testimony every time.

There is not a single piece of evidence to prove her age.

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Posted in: S Korean students shave heads in protest over Japan's Fukushima water release plan See in context

One more word.

Drinking water is not the same as drinkable water.

For example, distilled water does not taste good and does not contain the minerals necessary for agriculture.

Japan also has the right to choose water that is suitable for drinking and agricultural use, and to choose water that makes a good impression.

If you say otherwise, then that is exactly what South Korea should do if it uses its own treated water for drinking and agricultural purposes.

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Posted in: S Korean students shave heads in protest over Japan's Fukushima water release plan See in context

Therefore, it is not to say not to discharge, but to demand transparency about the results of contaminated water purification, management, and discharge, and the Japanese government only needs to show it.

Besides the paper with the numbers on it, they can actually check it in front of them.

Why is it difficult?

What about Japan's treated water, which is so readily available that it is distributed to freelance journalist?

Of course, they'll ask you to prove your identity and what you're using it for.

In addition, Japan has already accepted an IAEA audit. Their experts will have already analyzed it.

On the contrary, I ask you, is it so difficult for Korea to get and analyze treated water that even a freelance journalist can get?

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Posted in: 84% of Americans view Japan positively: U.S. poll See in context

You just couldn’t resist getting digs in at China and Korea.

In fact, China and Korea are very similar and have serious anti-Japanese brainwashing.

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Posted in: Fukushima locals criticize government for tone-deaf tritium mascot See in context

This is an explanatory document to make it as interesting to all ages as possible. There's nothing wrong with that.

It may look silly cutting out just the characters, but if you look at it as a whole, it's well done.

<Overall view>

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Ey5FDUiVcAMhGbk.jpg

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Posted in: 'Please drink' treated Fukushima water, China asks Aso See in context

It's full of comments from people who can't even distinguish between drinking water and drinkable water.

You can extract drinkable water from urine in a survival situation, but no one uses it as drinking water in their daily life.

It's the same thing.

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Posted in: Why is anti-Japanese sentiment remaining from the World War II era almost non-existent in countries like Taiwan, the Philippines and Indonesia, unlike in China and South Korea? See in context

The reason why China and South Korea are extremely anti-Japanese is because these two countries are brainwashing countries by fabricating history.

China has been creating a false history for many years. In the same way Tibet, Uighur and Hong Kong will be turned into a history rewritten by China.

Korea tends to behave similarly to the Chinese due to the influence of Confucianism. Korea's falsification of history is worse than that of China. The fact is that in Japanese rule, Koreans were favored over Taiwanese.

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Posted in: Japan-S Korea feud set to flare over wartime labor row See in context

You can defend South Korea all you want, but the fact remains that the decision handed down by the South Korean Supreme Court is a complete disregard for the 1965 treaty.

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Posted in: Japan funds save Lithuania museum on diplomat who saved Jews See in context

Kiichiro Higuchi

As a major general and the commander of the Japanese-occupied Chinese Harbin Special Branch in 1937-1938, he, with the help of Yosuke Matsuoka, allowed many Jewish refugees who had fled Nazi Germany to cross the border from Otpor, USSR to Manchouli (a city in the Japanese puppet state Manchukuo), in an event which later became known as the Otpor Incident. Higuchi's subordinates were responsible for feeding the refugees, settling them in Harbin or Shanghai, and arranging for exit visas. General Hideki Tojo, then Chief of staff of the Kwantung Army, assented to Higuchi's view that the German policy against the Jews was a serious humanitarian concern. Higuchi's lieutenant Norihiro Yasue advocated for the protection of Jewish refugees to General Seishiro Itagaki, which led to the establishment of the Japanese Jewish Policy Program in 1938.

People who want to undermine Japan and the Japanese military don't talk about him.

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