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Posted in: American man arrested for smuggling marijuana in candy See in context

Japan needs to legalize weed. End of story.

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Posted in: China media mock Japan's luxury lavatories See in context

Considering the quality of items built in China, it is no wonder that something as simple as a toilet would be highly desirable in China. Have you ever drove a Chinese car? Yep.

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Posted in: Trade, justice ministers quit as Abe loses 2 of his 5 women ministers See in context

Don't worry Abe! There's plenty of people who can do that job. They are all quitting because they are involved with illegal pay and gifts and know they will get caught under your tenure. We all support your great efforts Abe! Don't let those who want to be parasites to Japan, stop you from helping Japan to be great again!

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Posted in: Abe names replacements for trade, justice ministers See in context

Hooray for Abe! He will fix Japan! He will protect Japan and it's neighbors who support Japan.

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Posted in: Abe meets Chinese PM amid furor over lawmakers' Yasukuni Shrine visits See in context

It doesn't matter what China or S.Korea feels about it. They don't listen to Japan, so why should Japan listen to them? It's not their country. Japan doesn't tell China or S.Korea where they can visit. So don't expect Japan to listen to them.

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Posted in: Abe pledges Japan's commitment to world peace See in context

Japan promotes world peace by preventing China from invading other countries and stealing their natural resources. It will be China that starts a war, not Japan or any other Asian country in that region.

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Posted in: No. of Japanese living in China drops 10% amid island dispute See in context

Move to Vietnam. People there respect the Japanese far more than the Chinese.

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Posted in: Film on 1597 victory over Japan breaks Korean box office records See in context

S.Korea has always felt inferior to the Japanese. So when a film like this comes out, it is expected.

However, as a warning... don't get all pig headed like China. You'll end up looking like a fool and actually be inferior to other countries.

Take pride, but do it with dignity and respect.

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Posted in: Australian tycoon calls Chinese government 'mongrels' in TV tirade See in context

I believe everything he is saying. China has a notorious track record for stealing money from businesses. When foreign businesses profit, they will claim some fake theft and try to take that money too. Look at what they are doing to foreign automakers in China. Saying that it is anti-monopoly laws. It's all Chinese B.S.

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Posted in: Israel accepts Egypt's Gaza cease-fire proposal See in context

Hamas won't back down until Israel relaxes the blockade. Israel controls access to Gaza on 3 sides, Egypt the south. Israel, does not let anyone out of the Gaza strip, or let any supplies or aid in. Israel also controls their drinking water. Gazans cannot leave for work, or export or import goods. That is what they are fighting for. Freedom from the Israeli blockade.

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Posted in: U.S. tries to cool sea tensions at Asia security summit See in context

The US better stand tall for ASEAN. If they don't China will certainly start a war and the U.S. will be to blame.

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Posted in: China urges Japan to ease political tensions in informal meeting See in context

Now is NOT the time to back down from China. In fact, now is the time to bond with other SE Asian nations in front of their faces.

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Posted in: LDP lawmaker criticizes Nagasaki mayor's remarks on Abe's defense policy See in context

Japan needs to build up a better National defense system, which includes helping to protect other Asian countries from international attacks by China. For example, if China builds lighthouses on Vietnamese islands, then Vietnam can call on Japan to blow them up.

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Posted in: Toyota says Chinese regulators looking at Lexus See in context

If given a choice between a Chinese made car and a Japanese made car, which do you think they would truly pick? Propaganda says Chinese, but the market says otherwise.

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Posted in: Taiwan's ex-president Lee to visit Japan See in context

Taiwan will never be a part of China. Not in the past, present, or future. People forget that it was the Communist to tried to kill the Nationalists off and they escaped to the island with Japan's help. That is a part of history that China is trying to revise.

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Posted in: Japan's youth Olympians told to keep low profile in China See in context

Just goes to show you the cultural differences between the mentality of a typical Chinese vs. Japanese.

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Posted in: Japan's youth Olympians told to keep low profile in China See in context

Actually European studies indicate that there were only 230,000 total population, and the number is more likely 30,000.

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Posted in: Japan says it had S Korean input on 'comfort women' apology See in context

I guess most of you reader missed the important part:

"In a responding statement, South Korea’s foreign ministry said: “Our government had maintained the stance that finding out the truth is not a subject for negotiation between the two countries and only presented opinions informally upon repeated requests from Japan.”

In otherwords, S.Korea doesn't want to find out the truth, but rather wishes to screw Japan out of more money.

"In negotiations, the South Korean government initially demanded $364 million in compensation for Koreans forced by into labor and military service during the Japanese occupation; $200 per survivor, $1,650 per death and $2,000 per injured person. In the final agreement Tokyo provided an $800 million aid and low-interest loan package over 10 years. In 1994, the Japanese government set up the Asian Women's Fund (AWF) to distribute additional compensation to South Korea, the Philippines, Taiwan, the Netherlands, and Indonesia. Sixty Korean, Taiwanese, Filipino, and 79 Dutch former comfort women were provided with a signed apology from the then prime minister Tomiichi Murayama, stating "As Prime Minister of Japan, I thus extend anew my most sincere apologies and remorse to all the women who underwent immeasurable and painful experiences and suffered incurable physical and psychological wounds as comfort women." However, many former Korean comfort women rejected the compensations because of pressure from a non-government organization known as the Korean Council for the Women Drafted for Military Sexual Slavery by Japan, or "Chongdaehyop", and because of media pressure. Eventually, 60 former Korean comfort women accepted funds from the AWF along with the signed apology, while 142 others received funds from the government of Korea.The fund was dissolved on March 31, 2007."

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Posted in: China must retaliate for Abe's shrine visit, state media urge See in context

Abe did the correct thing. This event shows the aggressiveness and danger of Chinese expansion. If Korean and South East Asian countries were smart they should be supporting Japan. Don't go crying to Japan for help when the Chinese start taking your territory.

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Posted in: Israel warns Lebanon of tougher response to more rockets See in context

It is remarkable to me that people would even wonder why Lebanon would fire rockets at Israel. Has no one heard of Hezbollah?

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Posted in: $0.60 for cake: Al-Qaida records every expense See in context

Everyone thinks Al Queda is a bunch of unorganized terrorists. They are not. America always underestimates it's enemies. Pearl Harbor, World trade center, etc. Of course they are organized and run it like a business.If Americans were smart, they should be able to locate enemy encampments, just by trying to locate their records and analyzing them. If every purchase has a paper trail then obviously they are good footprints to track. Unless of course the US government has some kind of grey relationship going on with them.

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Posted in: Eight police station 'attackers' shot dead in China's Xinjiang See in context

One man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter.

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Posted in: TEPCO president apologizes to Fukushima fishermen See in context

Wow. We must have a lot of marine biology experts here. The problem isn't localized. Fish such as Pacific Bluefin can swim across the Pacific. Cesium radionuclide has already crossed the Pacific.

Japan needs international help to stop the meltdown. The longer it takes, the more the world will become polluted. Lot's of people are going to die of cancer in the next couple decades.

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Posted in: Gang rape of photojournalist shocks Indian financial city Mumbai See in context

Make rape a death penalty and it will stop.

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Posted in: Uneasy partners Japan, S Korea join U.S. air drills See in context

What a crock! Typical media bull trying to incite problems. S.Korea and Japan are more friendly than not. Look at all the business investments into each others countries. They also have been coordinating military exercises for decades. This is not the first time.

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Posted in: Nuclear watchdog says TEPCO failed to properly monitor tanks See in context

They need to start dumping in huge quantities of lead pellets into the burned out reactor rather than just water to cool the reactor down. Lead contamination can be corrected very quickly, but radiation contamination is long lasting.

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Posted in: Disaster relief funds used to count turtles, promote cheese, wine events See in context

Sounds like the Red Cross.

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Posted in: Abe warns of possible military response to intruder subs See in context

Doesn't matter if it is China or whoever. If there is an intruder sub, in Japanese waters, just torpedo the crap out of it and sink it.

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Posted in: Kawaguchi censured in upper house for extending China trip See in context

Yoriko Kawaguchi is a China sympathizer and not good for Japan and it's people. China is trying to bribe her with lots of money to push Chinese interests in Japan. She is a traitor to the Japanese people who should tell China with her great communication skills that Japan will no longer continue to apologize for WWII, and if there's any territorial dispute, Japan will wholeheartedly respond with military action. Unless she does that, she is no good for Japan and the rest of S.E. Asia.

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Posted in: Kawaguchi censured in upper house for extending China trip See in context

Yoriko Kawaguchi is a China sympathizer and not good for Japan and it's people. China is trying to bribe her with lots of money to push Chinese interests in Japan. That's why she got kicked out. She is a traitor to Japan.

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