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Posted in: Wave of retirements impairs police investigative ability See in context

RIP Kuroki-san...

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Posted in: Chinese navy chopper approaches Japanese destroyer near Okinawa See in context

paulinusa,

There are few things US can do for China, and China can do things like this for their favor...

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Posted in: Chinese navy chopper approaches Japanese destroyer near Okinawa See in context

If you are saying that Japan is totalitarian, I think your information about us is outdated by about 60 years... Nowadays the leaders at both sides visit each other...

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Posted in: Chinese navy chopper approaches Japanese destroyer near Okinawa See in context

Maybe China is doing someone a favor to push Japan to resolve Futenma issue quickly... or maybe Japan asked China to agitate us citizens just enough to make us agree... or maybe the chopper wasn't even there...

What I am saying is that it is happening too conveniently for the time being.

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Posted in: Blu-rei See in context

The Rat, you haven't seen the posters by Tokyo Police dept. have you? they are a lot worse...

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Posted in: Right-wingers vow to block release of 'The Cove' in Japan See in context

I don't see anything wrong with eating dolphins or whales, but blocking this movie from showing is against Japanese constituion and wrong.Everybody has the right to speak up.

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Posted in: Blu-rei See in context

What an oyaji to think up of this idea!

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Posted in: Aircraft maker pushing export of spy drones to Japan, other Asian countries See in context

It's only a radio controlled airplane with a digicam installed. What is really there for China to "figure it all out"?

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Posted in: Aircraft maker pushing export of spy drones to Japan, other Asian countries See in context

Spying. That is quite popular here already and there are millions of drones too.

I guess there can by a lot of spies here, but what you say about drones, "millions" is a lot of number, I mean too much, don't you think?

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Posted in: Which country's beef gets your vote for the tastiest? See in context

Umm according to the others who already posted comments, it seems that I'd better try Argentinian beef. Where in Japan is it available?

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Posted in: Aircraft maker pushing export of spy drones to Japan, other Asian countries See in context

A respectful and honest attitude, not learning to be thieves, is more legitimate and necessary to build a stronger relationship with Japan's neighbors. Don't go there and complicate it any further.

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Posted in: Q-chan meets Godzilla See in context

Ahhh, this Q-chan and this Gozilla... I was thinking something else....

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Posted in: New film has Japan vets confessing to Nanjing rape, massacre See in context

UltraMarine68, yeah, I am getting sick of all this, and I agree.

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Posted in: New film has Japan vets confessing to Nanjing rape, massacre See in context

I still think judging people by countries as one unit, and killing civilians adults and children all together, is wrong. Would it have been better if Japan carpet-bombed Nanjing and killed the same amount of people? I do not think so. Are you going to justify this wrong doing if something happens to North Korea?

We are primarily individuals, our nationalities are not #1 of our identities. It is wrong, it is completely and inarguably and everlastingly wrong to destroy good and evil all together for the sake of evil ones. Nanjing, Hiroshima, Auschwitz, Viet Nam, Rwanda, Bosnia-Herzegovina, or Fallujah. All the same to me, bloody murderers. Whoever join militaries(or SDF or whatever the alternative names are) of any nation is sick. They ignore this simple fact and go after bogus heroism.

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Posted in: New film has Japan vets confessing to Nanjing rape, massacre See in context

I see the evilness and hatred in the quote you posted too. Those Japanese soldiers who did cruel things and those who spoke of genocide are the same kind of people. Evil.

I am not. I am glad that I value life regardless of nationalities.

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Posted in: New film has Japan vets confessing to Nanjing rape, massacre See in context

A nationality is just a small part of what you are. It is unjust to judge people by nationality and punish them all together of what many of them are not responsible to. If patriortism is of such a short circuited nature, it is much better to be an anarchist than a patriotic citizen.

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Posted in: New film has Japan vets confessing to Nanjing rape, massacre See in context

if you soldiers are smart enough to understand this difference, the world could have been a much better place... sigh, and then make the same mistakes over and over.

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Posted in: New film has Japan vets confessing to Nanjing rape, massacre See in context

well, I think I agree with JHansen that war is the ultimate failure of humanity, but Chinese and Americans had the all the rights to fight back. Those glorious warriors of Chinese Liberation Army are heroes and such. Japan was clearly wrong to start that war, and I can even say that it was good Japan lost the war.

Nanjing, or Hiroshima, or carpet bombing of cities,etc, were failure of humanity and betrayal to what we are as humans. Those who define the entire nation as "they" and intentionally murder civilians in a such large scale is nothing more than sick maniacs, and whoever involved with such operations should be ashamed. There is a line which must not be crossed to stay human.

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Posted in: New film has Japan vets confessing to Nanjing rape, massacre See in context

Japan or US or China don't matter, killing civilians on purpose is sick. They knew nothing about what was going on at the war front, and punished for no reason. It is injustice, Japanese or Chinese.

You sick prejudice people who criticize me, read my posts carefully, I never denied Nanjing Massacre.

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Posted in: New film has Japan vets confessing to Nanjing rape, massacre See in context

and I am not using that as execuses for Nanjing either, where in my post are you reading that from?

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Posted in: New film has Japan vets confessing to Nanjing rape, massacre See in context

I brought Hiroshima in my argument because it was already there on the thread by the time I got here, dude.

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Posted in: New film has Japan vets confessing to Nanjing rape, massacre See in context

Excuse me but I do my part of educating the next generations so they don't go wack and make bloody mistakes again. So as many others I personally know.

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Posted in: New film has Japan vets confessing to Nanjing rape, massacre See in context

I purchased a copy of Nanjing Nanjing, bought this journalist's book to read and waiting for my half chinese daughter to become old enough to read and see them and more that welcome to let other homies to review them. Do yoi think why?

However, Japan's wrong doing can nevet justify massacres of non militant residents conducted by American military. And Americans still do it repeatedly even in this century. Go figure.

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Posted in: New film has Japan vets confessing to Nanjing rape, massacre See in context

Japan wasn't, but citizens of Hiroshima were. Uncontrolled anger is also evil. Fighting against evil does not necessarily make one "good side." America wasn't really "good."

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Posted in: Godzilla to get Hollywood makeover in possible 3-D version See in context

The first Tsuburaya Godzilla was a great movie, but the rest of its successors have been load of craps, Hollywood or Tokyo. End it. Period.

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Posted in: New film has Japan vets confessing to Nanjing rape, massacre See in context

This is the viewpoint of Japanese government (in Japanese), not total denial.

http://www.mofa.go.jp/mofaj/area/taisen/qa/08.html

not enough tho.

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Posted in: Earth Hour blackout highlights global warming See in context

They lit the candles and do all the performances under candle lights, right? Don't they know that candles also emit CO2? I think they should do this during daytime.

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Posted in: Open wide See in context

My goodness the doll looks so scary...

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Posted in: Do you believe in life after death? See in context

Where are the 'I hope so' and 'Dunno' buttons?

Because it is not "do you know?" question, if it is then "I hope so" or "Dunno" be valid answers.

The question is "Do you believe?" so the answer can only be plain "yes" or "no".

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Posted in: Japan leading charge against bluefin ban See in context

We won!! We wooon!!! (maybe just this time)

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