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Posted in: Abe strikes conciliatory note on S Korea See in context

Currently, peace is maintained at the moment because Korea is militarily stronger than Japan is and Japan has all but ruled out taking military actions against Korea, because as recently as in 2006, the Koizumi administration was entertaining taking a military action and two countries almost went to war during the 2006 Liancourt Rocks crisis.

Hence Korean children must constantly be reminded of the past in order to ask them to make the sacrifice they are making to ensure that Korean military supremacy over Japan is maintained;

This is really funny to read. This is Korean Pride at its finest. Abe was just returning the good statement Moon said about Japan. No need to wave your rubbish pride.

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Posted in: 'One Team', '#KuToo' buzzwords for 2019 in Japan See in context

Japan Pride ! Banzai!!

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Posted in: N Korean media call Abe 'imbecile and political dwarf' See in context

Says the spoiled fat kid. Clearly shows how pathetic and stupid this pig really is. Shameful facepalm.

NK Rockets vs Japanese Rockets? these lackeys wont stand a chance.

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Posted in: N Korea calls Abe an 'idiot' over criticism of weapons test See in context

HAHAHA what a laugh, Kim's head only contains boastfulness and air. Everyone knows NK's economy is getting poorer as days go by. I think it's time they learn their place. ignorant mongrols. Once Article 9 is revised, Kim will cower like a rat in his sh*thole country.

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Posted in: Thousands of South Koreans protest Japanese trade curbs See in context

My blood boils with anger seeing these ungrateful koreans. What a shame Korea. Almost every country in the world has moved on and is hoping for a peace and prosperous future but yet you're protesting for something meaningless and stupid. Kim Jong Un: "This does put a smile on my face."

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Posted in: The high-tech materials at the heart of the Japan-S. Korea row See in context

Why are there people here who thinks SK is a superpower? HAHA. Please do take note that the SMALL countermeasure made by Japan hit SK tech industry right in the face. Look at SK now whining like an ungrateful brat. Because of Japan, SK prospered and reached its full potential. If this dispute continues, we all know who's gonna be sorry, SK. Pretty obvious.

I agree that Japan only sent a warning, this countermeasure is only a warning to SK since they continue to play this victim type of crap. Ungrateful, heedless people. What a shame.

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Posted in: Japan rebuffs Seoul's calls to scrap export curbs See in context

A small move made by Japanese Government, great damage to SK Tech industry. I can't believe SK officials did not think about this. They had it coming. Good move by Japan. SK asking for money from Japan to give it to NK is just plain stupid and desperate. SK would just suffer in the long run if they still continue this dispute with Japan.

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Posted in: Kono criticizes S Korean assembly speaker's emperor remarks See in context

This is such a big disappointment. Now SK wants the emperor to apologize. Goes to show how disrespectful SK is. SK keeps on taunting Japan, this is what NK wants. SK will not continue to prosper if they keep on having this negative mindset. Within 10 years time, SK will be a puppet of NK. Rogue Korea if I were to describe. What a shame

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Posted in: S Korean 'forced labor' plaintiffs seek Nippon Steel asset seizure, paper reports See in context

What I see here is SK is trying to compete with Japan, they think they can now stand on their own in terms of economic progress. This is pure SK attitude and moral. No respect of treaties and negotiations. This happens and if Im not mistaken, a standoff also happened between a South Korean ship and a Japanese SDF jet. Moon Jae In and Kim Jong Un pressuring Japan and asking sympathy from the world. Stop this crap Korea, this is the best time for Japan to take preemptive measures whatever the cost may be.

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Posted in: Japan mulling purchase of 100 U.S. stealth fighters: report See in context

If the report is true, then Japan lied again, because Abe just saaid China isn't a threat and Japan will not counter China. Abe has more credibility than the report. Even if Japan wants to counter China, it still can't, that is the reality. China already implemented anti-stealth radar system. The only benefit for Japan to purchase more stealth fighter is to develop anti-stealth radar, as what China did. Only with stealthy fighter can one develop anti-stealth radar.

So it's Made in China tech then? Next thing you know, these equipment will be scrap in the next few years or so. Quality over quantity, always remember that amachua.


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Posted in: S Korea's top court orders 2nd Japanese company to compensate forced laborers See in context

I believe South Korea will collapse once they unite with North Korea. They will support North with economic aid and infrastructures , the south doesnt have enough money to do this. Only US and Japan can help these countries with investments and loan. Dont make another wrong move South Korea if you still want to prosper.

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Posted in: Global arms firms show off wares in Japan See in context

Ha! And with Japan's dwindling and aging population who is gong to fly and man these new toys?

-- HAHA, Japan's current population is almost 128 million, you really think there are no young pilots trained for this honorable job. Even if the population's composed of old people, the country still has a large quantity of young people. Let's see China top this. Quality over quantity is what I see in the long run.

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Posted in: Putin tells Abe he hopes for peace treaty this year See in context

Everybody who thinks Abe will sign the peace treaty without settling Northern Islands dispute must be Pro-russian communists. Abe was firm on his side when he gave his speech. If you guys watch the whole conference, you can clearly feel Japan's stance on this one. Peace treaty will only happen if these islands will be returned back to Japan or maybe just half of it then invest after.

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Posted in: Pentagon says China military 'likely training for strikes' on U.S. targets See in context

USA and Japan is always one step ahead of China and Russia. I have great confidence in USA military strategy against China and Russia. No doubt about that. USA and Japan knows what China is doing behind diplomatic relations. China is still struggling to match US and Japan military tech, everyone knows that.

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Posted in: Japan asks Russia to reduce military activity on disputed islands See in context

Kremlin acts like a tough guy here, what a laugh. I bet Japan with its full military might would teach Russia who's the real deal like what happened in the Russo-Japanese War where Japan won every skirmish. Northern Territories are inhabited by Ainu people. As far as I know, these people hold Japanese ancestry. It is very clear that Japan has the rightful claim to these 4 islands.

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Posted in: North Korea has established team to negotiate with Japan: sources See in context

I just hope everything will happen as planned since NK has bad history when it comes to negotiations with the Japanese government for the past decades.

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Posted in: Gov't gears up preparations for imperial succession rites next year See in context

This ceremonial event will forever be written in all history books. Tennōheika Banzai !

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Posted in: Abe urges N Korea to jointly break mutual distrust See in context

Japan is not obliged to help with the denuclearisation costs here but will be forced due to NK being opportunistic. I just hope Abe will be smart enough to know NK's plan. Japan must benefit as well, say trade, oil and other raw resources from NK. Japan in return can most likely invest and offer NK some loans.

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