So, proud Americans, it is the time to leave Okinawa. You are not liked by Okinawans at all. About the defense of Japan? LEAVE IT TO ABE.
So you speak for all Okinawa's? You should probably walk back your statement--regarding all Okinawa's don't like Americans. I think we all understand and mostly agree that the Futenma Air Station is located in a very populated area, and there is some merit to wanting it moved. But also remember, Futenma is the only airstrip on Island that is above sea level. Both Naha and Kadena Airbase are in dangerous Tsunami territory.
As far as leaving the defense of Japan to the Japanese government, I think many American Service Members would love to not have to be stationed in Japan away from their families any longer. And it would be a great test in Japanese diplomacy to see how they'll react to China's invasive maneuvers into the area, and with the Okinawan people being so passive it would only be a matter of time before a different government was here on the island. And if you don't think that is possible, you don't understand the history and violence that has taken part here in the Pacific for the last 100 years. Most of that done by Japan and their Imperialist ideas and desire for resources and expansion.
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Police said the boy, Kanata, was not in a child safety seat in the back when the fatal accident occurred at around 11 p.m. Sunday.
This just makes me sad, the seats are designed to keep children safe in case of an accident. I've lived in Japan for almost 13 years and the number of times I've seen kids climbing around in cars especially on the expressway just blows my mind. Even more mind-boggling are those cars with the stupid stickers "baby in car" and no car seat...oh I should be even more careful because of your lack of common sense.
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We want his name and the name of his employer! What an idiot..
> If he was traveling in the capacity of his employer then yes I agree. But if he was traveling on a personal trip, there is no reason to have his employer involved. What would be the benefit to naming his employer?
> And I agree, he was an idiot.
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