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Posted in: U.S. lifts post-Fukushima import restrictions on Japanese farm products See in context

If one of the Korean Olympic athletes can eat it, anyone can.

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Posted in: California law seeks 'gender neutral' toy aisles See in context

If a store wants to make a gender neutral toy aisle, good for them. But trying to enforce them by law is just intrusive.

"We need to stop stigmatizing kids and putting them in a box by dictating what they should like based on outdated gender stereotypes," Low told AFP.

They’re just toys. They don’t limit your freedom unless you let them. This is how you know when people are too obsessed with woke culture.

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Posted in: 2 injured in acid attack in Tokyo subway station; suspect at large See in context

How original... pretending to be gaijin now, been reading about the Japanese dude who said " I'm Vietnamese while robbing the combini...ey?

How original, assuming someone is Japanese because they’re defending Japan and don’t use correct grammar. Yay for profiling.

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Posted in: Making the online world safe for children See in context

Parents should be more concerned about children’s mental health and social skills. The internet is full of trolls and cesspools. Just look at the comments on this site.

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Posted in: S Korea marks 30 years since 1st public testimony by ex-comfort women See in context

The simplest way to solve this problem once and for all would be for Japan to apologise. Apologise means "sorry" and not statements of "regret".

It doesn't matter how many times Japan apologizes as long as South Korea continues its anti-Japan practices and silences any professor who tries to argue. Thinking everything will be solved if Japan apologizes is just naive.

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Posted in: S Korea marks 30 years since 1st public testimony by ex-comfort women See in context

Professor An Byeong-Jik of Seoul National University questioned 50 former Comfort Women and he concluded that their testimony was "not credible".

He was prosecuted by South Korea.

https://japantoday.com/category/politics/s.-korean-academic-convicted-of-defaming-%27comfort-women%27

There’s also Park Yu-Ha, who was indicted after publishing her book which had evidence that some Koreans became comfort women willingly or helped recruit other comfort women.

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Posted in: S Korea marks 30 years since 1st public testimony by ex-comfort women See in context

No country uses grudges over past wars to fuel nationalism more than the Koreas and China.

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Posted in: Freighter splits in two after running aground at port in Aomori Pref See in context

One word. "Made In Japan"(2008)

Made In Japan today isn't what it used to be like.

Tell that to the passengers of the Golden Ray, Samsung No. 1, and Sewol.

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Posted in: Japan concerned over S Korea's Olympic food site See in context

All the lengths the Korean team went to are petty and pointless. One of the athletes even shared a picture of himself eating in the Olympic village with the message “It’s delicious.”

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Posted in: South Korean president to skip Olympics See in context

Who wanted him to come, anyway? I doubt even he wanted to.

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Posted in: S Korea summons Japan envoy over lewd remark about Moon See in context

@Tokyo-Engr

However nothing can be solved by posting this flag. It violated the rules the athletes agreed to and was disrespectful.

Well said, but I think you have the wrong article.

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Posted in: Ex-cop Chauvin gets 22 1/2 years in prison for George Floyd's death See in context

Good riddance. There is hope yet for police accountability in America.

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Posted in: Suga upholds Japan's apologies for wartime aggression, comfort women See in context

“Tokyo’s apologies have been perceived as too little, too late. 

Japan needs to official apologize in terms of international standards.

South Korea, North Korea, and China perceive Japan’s apologies as insufficient, but other countries that were victims, such as Taiwan, don’t seem to have grievances. Perhaps part of the problem lies within the aforementioned countries themselves.

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Posted in: Japan, S Korea divided over wartime history, Fukushima water release See in context

The fact is that Japan has never admitted any wrongdoing in Korea during the WWII.

That's just blatantly false. As long as South Korea gives into its hatred and keeps blaming Japan, there's no chance of improving ties.

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Posted in: S Korean court rejects appeal from ex-comfort women on Japan assets See in context

Unlike the conforming Japanese, Korean judges show diverse opinions and verdicts, which is not so bad in a democratic society.

Someone has either not spent enough time in South Korea or spent too much time there.

You’re comparing a few deaths to over a million deaths and rape. Further, the things that happened over 70 years ago wasn’t one off. More like hundreds of times in the past millennium. Any nation would remember that for generations.

Past grudges should never take priority over present threats, especially if said present threats involve nuclear weapons.

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Posted in: Uber Eats deliverer arrested for exposing himself inside convenience store See in context

I have respect for all the deliverers working in the heat and rain, but not for the fools who pull stunts like this.

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Posted in: When you hear the expression "Japan's kawaii culture," what do you associate it with? See in context

Bile

Immaturity, childishness, refusal to grow up, idiocy, warped perceptions of attractiveness, all of those

infantilism

Incidentally all things I associate with comments on this site.

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Posted in: Facebook suspends Trump for 2 years See in context

You don't deserve a platform if you use it to spread lies and hate.

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

Children in Korea draw pictures of the islands with a Korean flag on it and Japan being nuked. I have no sympathy for a country that is so obsessed with two tiny rocks that it uses them as a tool to indoctrinate its children to hate.

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Posted in: S Korea reports 668 new coronavirus cases; highest daily count in 3 months See in context

@Kyakusenbi_Arimasu

Love driving into Seoul in the evening from the airports during December and seeing all the crosses lit up.

Prayer will help them overcome if in their own way. Plus they all wear masks, and the country is spotless. They do not litter like in Japan.

You obviously haven't been in Seoul for long. The intersection near where I used to live was always littered with cigarette butts.

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Posted in: In apology, Amazon admits some drivers in U.S. have to 'pee in bottles' See in context

Amazon's truck drivers and factory workers all suffer from horrible work conditions caused by its agressive business practices and massive volume of shipments among other things. Bezos is a scumbag, but the consumers are partially to blame for making unnecessary purchases and using express delivery.

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Posted in: S Korea court to rule on 'comfort women' suit against Japan in April See in context

@Samit Basu

And the end result is the impressive military might of the ROK, probably the only military power in East Asia able to defeat the PLA in one-on-one war. How did the ROK get there? They never forgot the past.

I'll take an average military over kids hating an entire country.

Only the Japanese lives are at risk due to radar feed cut off from Korea.

There are other countries besides South Korea and Japan.

Then you should never agree with what Japan's rightwing politicians are doing to Japan since you know too well on the details of the crimes of Imperial Japan, and why Japan's neighbors are eager to settle score by war.

Sounds like South Korea is the pot calling the kettle black.

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Posted in: S Korea's Moon says Tokyo Olympics may be chance to revitalize diplomacy See in context

@Samit Basu 

@Coffee

This, from the country that threatened to pull out of GSOMIA, putting millions of lives at risk of nuclear war. 

Korean lives aren't under threat from GSOMIA termination, only Japanese lives are

So if North Korea attacks Japan or the US, all the soldiers conscripted in South Korea will sit back and do nothing? Shame on them.

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Posted in: S Korean sex slave survivor wants U.N. court judgment See in context

The people who committed the war crimes are all dead. No point in blaming their grandchildren.

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Posted in: New S Korean ambassador eyes political solutions to issues with Japan See in context

In S. Korea, people do not accept it, and even toppled the government whose leader tried to control the history textbooks.

They also arrested a professor for publishing the truth about some Koreans voluntarily becoming comfort women and other Koreans cooperating to recruit them. Seems like they're fine with altering history when it's convenient for them.

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Posted in: New S Korean ambassador eyes political solutions to issues with Japan See in context

People are diverse, and so do their thoughts and actions

the Japanese people who are traditionally obedient.

Pot, meet kettle.

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Posted in: Japan considers various options against S Korea 'comfort women' ruling See in context

Japan has repeatedly apologized and paid for its war crimes, but South Korea has backtracked from every agreement it made and still demands money. By now I'm convinced Korea has no intention of reconciling with Japan.

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