So what was the 1965 treaty? I guess the only way this will ever be resolved is for the 2 countries to totally go their separate ways. It seems like a new lawyer comes out every year and demand that Japan pay. I think the biggest question they should be asking their own government, is what was the 1965 treaty and where did the money that was paid for compensation go. I believe this is more of a Korean problem than it is Japanese. If Japan did pay the compensation according to the agreement then Korean government should answer to their own people.
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I sympathize with her. Nobody should be subjected to any harassment and treatment. Especially when they are trying to serve their country. It is a horrible feeling to be treated like trash and when you complain, no one listens to you. If the Japanese govt is smart, they should develop a resolution consul in the military and put her in charge. After all she has experienced it 1st hand and was brave enough to bring it out. Japan cannot afford to play games especially with North Korea and China on their door step.
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Childish childish childish. One of this days this chilnese fools will all die and I guess they don't want anybody to pay their respect.
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Is this an April fools joke? The poor lady is in the hospital because of this devil and the law is doing what again?
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I really feel for the people of Nigeria, these has been going on for years and apparently the government is totally paralyzed to do anything or totally inept and incompetent.
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Japanese people are good people, but those prosecutors should be sued for stupidity. They are very biased to the point 1 can say they are racist. No wonder China treats some Japanese expatriates very harshly.
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It is amazing the craziness that WHO has in demanding the "rich" nations to pay up. Most of those so called poor countries have more resources than the rich countries, but since most of their governments are corrupt is what has put them in that situation. And by the way they seems to be doing better with covid mortality with the limited vaccine availability, maybe they have developed immunity. I watched African cup of champions soccer matches and didn't see very many spectators with masks either.
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Why subject your athletes to this craziness. Even after 3 shots (which was a must to go) and still get it, I wonder how many Chinese athletes have contracted covid. My guess is 0. Please bring your people home no need to Subject them into a Chinese concentration camp.
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Congratulations Oyamada San. Keep up the good work. Opportunities are definitely endless in this world regardless of where you are and where you are from.
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They shouldn't even bother going. Just they home.
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It is great to know that she cares alot about american issues. But I have never heard her fighting for her father land which is s#$t hole. And a lot of abuse and strive going on over there.
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That is rediculous, people need help yesterday. What are they waiting for? Like or hate the USA and the president, the people are already receiving their checks as promised. Get it together Japan, even third world countries are doing a better job.
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5 years for murder is rediculous, he should be in for a minimum of 20 yrs if not the ultimate.
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If that is the case, why don't they vote to move the whole Olympics to north and south Korea. I am sure they will host it with no problems.
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China China China always paranoid, there millions of Chinese running around the world & I am sure 90% or more of them are govt operatives, but you do hear those govts arresting them arbitrarily. Think twice before you go visit China, it doesn't matter whether it is for personal or business. Want to tour china, watch it on youtube. Be very careful, China is brutal dictatorship country.
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I would say very lucky for her she was caught in Australia but not in Indonesia or Philippines or other 3th world country. She would be as good as dead. Here she will at least get some kind of a fair trial. Good luck to her though.
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Just to understand this situation, isn't south Korea own by 3 major family businesses? I am sure those business family members are enjoying a good life either in the USA, London or even in Tokyo. Or are they among the protesters? I doubt it very seriously. Now that we are in the subject of SK, how come there are so many adopted Korean kids in the States, England, Australia, New Zealand etc. Weren't SK able to take care of their own?Just curious. Anyways, I am very glad though that those kids got an opportunity for a better life.
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I second TigersTokyoDome comment that the French are blatantly doing everything for their citizen to win the tour. it is ridiculous to ride for 200 km & be kicked out for being competitive & both riders agreed that it was all in competition & no animosity.
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