Mr. Trump is crying foul, nothing else but just that...
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Hopefully Mr. Trump and his associates will get to experience at least some if not then the real meaning of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Mr. Trump has no right to bully China over America's economical and political decline... Stop fooling our Asian nations. Because after a very lengthy colonization, China and many Asian nations are working very, very hard to improve their lives. We all need to be great again and again, not just one country or one creed or race or one nation...
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Everything about Japan is fallacy.
You got to live here (in Japan) more than 25 years. Not just that but through my kind of skin (colour and as a woman) only then you will know, you will see, and then you will not come to a such childish or such ignoramus conclusions...
How about Karyuki-san tachi?
Then how about Shunga, Kiboshi, Mizushobai, Baishunfu, Akasen, all that is cosidred as fuzoku...
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Existence is nothing but about external matter. Once we know that all these things (pain and pleasure) become nothing but substance (Shadow) like life itself. Let us not give into pathetic this cultural lunacy. One day we all HAVE TO GO (DIE). Let us try share humanity with or without Japanese or any other ways of hurting other person FOR this or that...
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It is because Japan is not paying for the removal of so-called: "That Statue." Japan is admitting its own guilt, bit by bit. Thus Japan is paying for their Per-Second World War Sexual Crimes and for the Second World War Crimes (sexual abuses) itself. Removal of that statue should not and must not brought in at all.
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This is Japan. So, please stop pointing fingers at China, India, Africa, Latin American nations etc, etc... Because this is human condition since the rise of man. Thus, so-called "Third World Nations", they have no monopoly over any thing. In fact they are the victims of a gross colonization, and looting by those "kings", "queens", and those "emperors".
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We need to pay our full attention to all (student's human rights). I would say this person has a very good point. He needed a method and a help to send his message across.
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I think nobody truly understand the Japan and these Japanese. As I have live in Japan more than 25 years so I don't mind saying this: Here in Japan there is no humanity. Lack of loving-kindness, philosophy and spirituality, people here only follow what they know as the policeman's morality. The police and the prison keep these left over people free from their jails. I need to work hard to bring humanity to Japan.
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A very sad affair indeed! As a lawyer, I would like to suggest the friend of human rights this. Please go through the legal process and procedures only to obtain yours and other people's human rights and freedom. I am sure you will be respected more than ever before. Thank you
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No matter for how long yes and no game must go on or goes on, there is one thing for sure. The buck stops with our commonalty shared humanity. In order live and let live we need to say just sorry as long as the victims feels comforted and satisfied. It is because sometimes or when it comes down to some kind of human sufferings (tragedy), apology cannot be a charm. To heal that pain may need more than just a one or two or even 100 times apology.
If you think that I am mad then please do ask the well-known Japanese writer Haruka Murakami. Thank you
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I have lived in Japan for 28 years. I never got use to these kinds of excuses and such kind of ethics or mindset. Each time hear these kinds of nonhuman ways (remedy) by a members of lost humanity, I am very much convinced that the Japan need 'a proper revolution'. That would only happen if we stand up and speak for the lost humanity here in Japan.
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I would like Japan to put an end to these historical agony.
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I am a sculptor, painter, author, poet, and a lawyer. I have lived in Japan more than 20 years. I know exactly what is going on here. It is because I have worked in Japanese middle-schools, high-schools and universities. "Individualism" is considered as selfish, showing-off... This something must not be allowed. Because this destroys the unity of a large group or, it makes teacher's job very difficult (unmanageable...)
Children and people here are not allow to think out-off their brain's box. At the same time this so-called "box" dose not exist, it is because it has been removed in a very early stage of... Well then, you tell me. What is left there? Copy! Copy each other within a certain mount of freedom, allowances, and tolerant that which is placed there within the rules.
Whenever I show my new sculpture, the only thing people here would ask me or say to me: "Oh, this must be very expensive!" "How much did you spend?" "Does your husband know about this or...?" Then: "You must be very rich." Nothing more than that. After that no one would want to know me. Everyone works hard to create a big gap...
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No woman and no girl is born as a prostituted or the sex-worker until the politician and business man decided to do so. If there is so-call prostitute, then surly there must be a pimp. This "Pimp" must be hold responsible for this on-going agony of these victims of the forced sex work. Apart from that, we all need to provide the healing mechanism for this painful episode. Because this is very painful for those who must go through this psychological stabbings again and again.
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So, he is a good boy? Because he drinks too much, gets drunk only to misbehave. These kinds of things should not be said. At the same time the way it is said almost making Mr Fujioka as a victim rather than the Mr Ayado (86) year old man.
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Welcome to the Living Dead Society. I for one, am not at all surprise. Here I deal with the people who has no place for other human beings, no sense of common humanity thus they are unable to grasp loving kindness from anyone... Here, in Japan, there is so much to do and needed to be done. But all focus and every effort goes into the hate and politics...
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Leave that "Dolly" alone because it has nothing to do with apology. Apology is not a charm.
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Right, this is very topical of Japanese ways. "Do not ever make a mistake." Mistake is a shame and discipline is prevention. Therefore, the Japanese do not know how to improve or how to forgive someone for a mistake or the mistakes. Mistake (learning) is our human DNA. But in Japan mistake has no place so they do not learn...
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So much grievances. Asian people's sufferings were not just taken seriously.
In order to have peaceful stable relationship in Asia, Japan and we "the international community", we need to look into Japan's past crimes (WWII)..
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Deal is a very wrong word is used here. Apology or any remorse should or must expressed without a condition. At the same time, since an apology is not a charm therefore, apology has to be mutually discussed with all parties and has to be consent based.
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We must look into the Karayuki-san's too. These women also have their shares.
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So now we talk about the Karayuki-san-tachi.
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I have lived and studied in Singapore and Malaysia. Many times I walk through the Karayuki-san's cemetery. Later, 15 years later I started to take interest in Karayuki-san's painful creation. I went to Bonio to visit Karayuki-san's cemetery also, there again I did research on Karayuki-san.
After Japan finished its the WWll Comfort Women's full settlement with the Korea, I would like to see the Japanese government shows its gratitude to their own women; as they have given their very best...
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I am delighted to know that Japan would be taking some useful steps. Hopefully, we can resolve Karayuki-san's issue. We can make some kind memorial for these brave women.
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According to the Nursing-care members, "Mr. Tsunemastu had always been kind to his wife..." Well then, because of that this man has the right to kill his wife? We have admit his crime as out of his kindness? This is Japan. Welcome to the primitive justice.
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I have no words. Right now I am crying...
So, may I ask what is the meaning of life?
The answer: Being alive before death.
But to these people. Dead while alive.
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"Love is a cosmic joke". Nathasha A. Painter
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I fully agree with her and her actions. Marriage is a biggest and the very best take away from women and girl's life. Marriage puts women and girl's in a subordinate position. Marriage forced women and girl's to put an end to their own search for happiness. Then marriage forced us to become dependent of this so-called 'A Mr. Husband' for rest our lives for our every bit of happiness. Marriage is a hazardous for every woman and for every girl. Yes, we got to get rid of this so-called marriage because 'Marriage' is crime against women, girls and all children.
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I always ask and will go on asking all those questions and even more. Because I have to live with my conscience. I value my conscience and the truth higher than life. Also, these people are not happy, and if you prefer? Do you really think these people are happy, when they are not allowed to think? They are tolled that they are happy and peaceful. But deep down as they all know that they are not happy people. At the same time, as a lawyer's (I.H.R.L.) point of view they are the most nastily unhappy people...
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