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Posted in: Japan says it will honor apologies for World War II atrocities See in context

Good. Japan has already made numerous apologies and reparations in the past. Get over it China and S.Korea. Try actually earning your money rather than stealing, lying, and using some guilt trip to basically steal money from Japan. Japan, don't revise anything. The war is over. If you keep feeling sorry for these loser countries, they will never stop harassing Japan.

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Posted in: S Korea, China blast Japan over Yasukuni visits See in context

Japan can honor it's wartime dead anyway they please. It is none of China, S.Korea, America's, or any other country's business how Japan writes it's history books, or how it honors their dead.

Take a lesson China and S.Korea. If you don't like foreign countries meddling in your affairs, then you shouldn't meddle in other countries affairs either. Keep your noses out of other people's business. I'm assuming a great country like China has people in government with the intellectual ability to understand this concept.

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Posted in: Are Tokyo University students cleverer than other people? See in context

Yes, yes they are. Do you know why? Because they have everyone fooled.

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Posted in: S Korea, China blast Japan over Yasukuni visits See in context

It's a superstitious thing, not just political. They believe if the ancestors are prayed to, then Japan will continue to be a powerful country because they are honoring their past.

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Posted in: Japan trying to confirm N Korean missile launch status See in context

The US should do a first strike. Any missiles that N. Korea launches will be shot down by allied forces. N. Korea is limited in the number of missiles they have. They are so poor that they will use up 90% of their arsenal in the first few counterattacks.

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Posted in: N Korea threatens nuclear retaliation against Japan See in context

A first strike is considered a defensive move. For example, if an attacker is about to punch you and you hit the attacker first to avoid being punched, this is considered a defensive first strike. N.Korea needs to be taught a lesson that using war threats is not a way to gain respect in the international community, and it will not be tolerated.

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Posted in: Japan trying to confirm N Korean missile launch status See in context

If China is involved, this is how it is played out. China pretends to denounce N.Korea. China promises to give aid to N.Korea in return for their cooperation. The whole exercise is to see how the U.S. and Japan will react to N.Korea. China gathers military intelligence on how quickly Japan and the U.S. can react, their capabilities, and how the international community reacts.

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Posted in: Japan trying to confirm N Korean missile launch status See in context

I believe a first strike is in order. Militarily - a first strike is considered a defensive move. For example, if an attacker is about to punch you and you hit the attacker first to avoid being punched, this is considered a defensive first strike. N.Korea needs to be taught a lesson that using war threats is not a way to gain respect in the international community, and it will not be tolerated.

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Posted in: S Korea unhappy with Japanese textbooks See in context

If any of you can even READ Japanese, you will know that the history is written in a fair and calm way, unlike the blatant lies and unproven revisionist history written by S.Korea and China. In China, it is taught that America was discovered by the Chinese in 2200 B.C. and is CLAIMED as Chinese territory and that America is rightfully theirs. It is only through Chinese generosity and love and respect of the American people that Americans are allowed to live there. That is the kind of history written by the Chinese.

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Posted in: S Korea unhappy with Japanese textbooks See in context

It's none of S.Korea's business what is in Japanese textbooks. Maybe the Japanese government should tell S.Korea how to write their textbooks, since most of it is a bunch of revisionist crap.

He added there is “no future for those who close their eyes to history,” the Chosun Ilbo reported.<

There is no future for those who close their eyes to N.Korea either....

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Posted in: TV drama captures public angst at 'Made in Japan' decline See in context

Name one "Made in China" product of high quality that is globally popular. Chinese origin - designed, fabricated, and assembled. There should be something. After all there's over a billion people there.

Oh I know... Shaolin Kung Fu or Wushu.

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Posted in: N Korea can't hit America, but South Korea and Japan in range See in context

North Korea is being used by China as a military threat so China can sneak their way into South East Asia and occupy them.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/03/29/asean-china-idUSL2E8ER98X20120329

China already claims the Philippines "jokingly" as their territory

http://globalnation.inquirer.net/36057/china-tv-claims-philippines-as-chinese-territory

China already attacked and killed Vietnamese over the Spratly Islands in 1988

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I8PiaBJGOvY

Chinese against North Korea? What a lie. International news outside of American media indicates just the opposite

http://en.rian.ru/world/20060118/43063587.html

http://archive.newsmax.com/archives/articles/2003/1/16/172426.shtml

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Posted in: Japan riled by WHO's Fukushima cancer warning See in context

**Why would anyone trust a foreign entity like the World Health Organization, when Japan's government is perfectly capable and honest toward it's citizens regarding the impact of the Fukushima meltdown?

http://empireofthecitycom.blogspot.com/2011/06/world-health-organisation-un-lies-lies.html

http://www.secretsofthefed.com/un-lies-world-health-organization-claims-that-fukushima-meltdown-will-not-increase-cancer-cases/ **

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Posted in: Japan extracts 'fire ice' gas from seabed See in context

Japan should be thinking about purchasing natural gas from the U.S. Start replacing some of the nuclear power plants with clean burning natural gas. Yes, there will be a carbon cost, but it may provide Japan a buffer while shifting power plants over to solar and wind and tidal electrical power generation.

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Posted in: Voter support for Abe rises to 72% See in context

Abe is a great man! He will have the nuclear power plants checked for safety and will have them powered on while simultaneously develop an alternative energy program to eventually replace them.

Many of the complaints against Abe is from Chinese nationals who do not wish Japan to succeed. They are using all sorts of scare tactics like debt and

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Posted in: TV drama captures public angst at 'Made in Japan' decline See in context

World largest GDP? Only because of population size. When foreign firms start to leave due to poor quality control and rising labor costs, China's economy will start to stagnate.

Apple products? Sure there's Foxconn. I don't consider the island nation of Taiwan to be representative of mainland China and that's where Foxconn is headquartered. I'm not sure about this, but I bet the actual manufacturing of finished components are done on Taiwan and most "manufacturing" assembly is done on the mainland to reduce labor costs. Foxconn has already expanded into India, which is a good logical move.

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Posted in: TV drama captures public angst at 'Made in Japan' decline See in context

Made in China usually doesn't.

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Posted in: TV drama captures public angst at 'Made in Japan' decline See in context

What high end product is made in China? I would like to know. What I like about Japanese products is that they are targeted toward the general consumer. They design and build quality products normally found in high end, high cost items and bring that down to an affordable price for the consumer. Sure Japan can manufacture cheap low quality stuff, but most of that throw away items have been exported to China. Even the Chinese want to buy Japanese products. For example Zojirushi has hot water dispensers and rice cookers made in both China and Japan. The Chinese will actually go to Japan to buy a real "Made in Japan" Zoijirushi product because they know for a fact that the ones produced in China will not last as long or break quickly.. So regardless of what people say, Made in Japan denotes quality and affordability for the consumer. Made in China usually does.

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Posted in: Abe says he won't tolerate China island challenge See in context

I am glad Abe isn't taking any crap from China. China is a big bully. Then even tried to say that the Philippines belonged to them. Then when the world heard about it, it was just a case of "over enthusiasm"

http://globalnation.inquirer.net/36057/china-tv-claims-philippines-as-chinese-territory

China want to take over the entire South China Seas and all the islands in that area.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-pacific-13748349

All the affected countries are looking toward Japan for leadership and Japan is asking US for help and as a witness to Chinese military imperialism.

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Posted in: A message for North Korea See in context

North Korea is a puppet of China and Russia. China and Russia both want N.Korea to start an Asia war so they use it as an excuse to come in and start stealing territories. Russia wants Northern Japan and Afghanistan. China wants all the territories in the South China Seas. If North Korea starts a war, and the allies retaliate, all China and Russia has to say is that the allied forces used the North Korean situation as an excuse to invade their countries.

China is already claiming the Philippines as their territory.

http://globalnation.inquirer.net/36057/china-tv-claims-philippines-as-chinese-territory

China assisting North Korean missile program:

http://www.voanews.com/content/panetta-china-assisted-north-korea-missile-program-148240655/181422.html

Russia writes off North Korean $10 billion dollar debt:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2012/sep/18/russia-writes-off-north-korea-debt

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Posted in: Japan plans to donate patrol boats to Manila See in context

Wow! I've never seen so many Chinese nationals post propaganda against Japan giving the Philippines these patrol boats. You would think that if it wasn't a big deal for Japan to give the Philippines these expensive patrol boats, it wouldn't matter to the Chinese. Makes me wonder why there is so much anti-Japanese dialog. Why is China so overly sensitive? Let's say Japan give the Philippines short range missiles, drones, and fighter jets, and allows Japan to port their military ships there. Unless China is planning on invading and stealing territories that according to international laws are NOT China, why should they care? Chinese fear of a Japanese invasion isn't the reason. If Japan wanted to attack and invade China again, do you think Japan would of waited this long? They would of done it decades ago. So why? Because China is a liar and is planning on taking the entire South China Seas by military force.

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Posted in: TV drama captures public angst at 'Made in Japan' decline See in context

"Made in China" equals "Poor Quality" that's how many American's feel about it. There are many American companies that moved manufacturing to China. Let's say you buy a Whirlpool washing machine. Yep. Made in China. After a year it breaks. It cost's $400 US dollars to fix, but you can buy a brand new one for $500. So what do you do? You throw away the old one and buy a new one. That's how environmentally "green" Americans are. "Made in Japan" today means "High Quality". You want to buy a power hand tool, most true professionals will buy Japan made Japanese tools. Unfortunately, Japan is screwing up by moving their manufacturing to China. Now consumer items made in China with Japanese names are all poor quality junk. Americans are starting to complain. Look at these articles.

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-505183_162-28552336-10391735/made-in-china--piece-of-junk/

http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/227593/chinese-junk/john-derbyshire

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Posted in: Japan 787 probe finds thermal runaway in battery See in context

It's not the battery that is at fault. I bet what the problem is the battery charging circuit. Lithium-ion batteries cannot be charged the same way as NiCAD or Lead Acid. They have specific charging requirement and are prone to thermal problems (like catching on fire or exploding) when charged incorrectly.

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Posted in: Abe turns to Southeast Asia to counter China See in context

Abe is great! If China goes unchecked they will do what Germany did in WWI and WWII - massive land expansion. China's economy is starting to stagnate and already signs of economic slowdown has affected the world economy.

http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/1ead6442-16b6-11e2-b1df-00144feabdc0.html

Imperialism and expansion - China will utilize that to offset their economic woes. That has ALWAYS been the way countries dealt with economic stagnation. Cheap energy sources and raw materials equals economic development.

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Posted in: 7 services that don’t make sense to foreigners in Japan See in context

In America, when I was young. My dad used to drive up to a gas station and a team of men would come rushing out, filling your gas, checking your tires, your oil, washed your windows, check the radiator. Gas was $0.25 a gallon. Most if not all places no longer do that in America. Why? Was it pointless? Of course, when the driver could do it themselves.

But think of this, all those men are now unemployed. For a country, it's better to keep everyone working than not. Almost all jobs can be considered pointless to one degree or another, the excuse being to save money. The problem is that if their are lots of unemployed your taxes will go up. You don't really save any money in the long run.

Think about it.

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Posted in: Abe turns to Southeast Asia to counter China See in context

Abe is doing the right thing. If China goes unchecked they will do what Germany did in WWI and WWII - massive land expansion. China's economy is starting to stagnate. < http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/1ead6442-16b6-11e2-b1df-00144feabdc0.html> Imperialism and expansion - China will utilize that to offset their economic woes.

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Posted in: Ishihara: Unrepentant Japanese nationalist See in context

Ishihara is one of the greatest Japanese politicians in modern day Japan. He will lead Japan into a better future and keep China's illegal land grabbing under control. He will not let countries like China and Korea bully Japan. He will continue to make Japan strong and not subservient to foreign powers.

He was one of the best governors of Tokyo. The Tokyo metropolitan government posted a record deficit of ¥106.8 billion in fiscal 1998, the year before Ishihara stepped into the governor's office. But by 2005, the general account had a surplus of ¥54.3 billion Analysts say he did a great job in the fields of infrastructure, economy and the environment, enhancing Tokyo's standing as one of the world's leading cities.and because of his leadership Tokyo is considered one of the best cities in the world.

Ishihara won the prestigious Akutagawa award for his writing at the age of just 23 and has lived through arguably both Japan’s best and worst times. His 1989 essay, ‘The Japan that can say No’, which pushed for greater confidence and economic independence from the US, was one of his only works to be translated into English (it was originally planned to be a Japan only publication) and first brought him to the attention of the world.

Ishihara is also an environmentalist. A former chief of the old Environment Agency, he took the initiative in green matters, regulating diesel engine emissions in the capital in 2003 to cut air pollution. In the nine years since the regulation was put in place, the amount of particulate matter in gas emissions declined by one-half as measured by scientists.

So most of the lies, loathing, and hatred I read here about Ishihara is most likely posted by those who wish Japan to be a subservient, second class, citizen who bows down to China and S. Korea.

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Posted in: Imperial Japan leaves peaceful legacy in Chinese outpost See in context

Japan did more for Dailan than China did.

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