rlaalswls comments

Posted in: U.S. upset by ASEAN's 'effort to embarrass' Trump via partial boycott See in context

Personally, Trump doesn't seem to be president.

He thinks of each country as a business and sells it.

There is absolutely no justice or humanity.

If he continues to do politics, no country will remain.

Trump reminds me of the principle of Peter.

Trump is a good example of the Peter principle.

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Posted in: U.S. may not need to impose auto tariffs this month: report See in context

Personally, Trump doesn't seem to be president.

He thinks of each country as a business and sells it.

There is absolutely no justice or humanity.

If he continues to do politics, no country will remain.

Trump reminds me of the principle of Peter.

Trump is a good example of the Peter principle.

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Posted in: U.S. sells business engagement with Asia as trade war drags on See in context

Personally, Trump doesn't seem to be president.

He thinks of each country as a business and sells it.

There is absolutely no justice or humanity.

If he continues to do politics, no country will remain.

Trump reminds me of the principle of Peter.

Trump is a good example of the Peter principle.

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Posted in: Japanese, S Korean lawmakers agree to work toward detente See in context

Japanese political history is determined by Abe.

Even discussions in comments seem funny.

Has the Japanese government made policy decisions based on public opinion?

Always, everything was decided after the decision, or after the work was done, and informed later.

So don't abuse the keyboard.

It's a great country for politics.

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Posted in: Japanese tours to disputed islets under Russian control begin See in context

What is the difference between the Korea-Japan Treaty and the San Francisco Treaty?

Should the Korea-Japan Treaty be obeyed and the San Francisco Treaty not?

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Posted in: Abe renews call on S Korea to keep promises in order to mend ties See in context

Abe's behavior does not fit into common sense, even if Japanese lawyers say it.

According to the ruling of the Supreme Court of Japan, in April 2007, the court rejected plaintiff's claim in the case of Chinese forced labor, but the right of claim for compensation was not extinguished.

 Masato Niimura, a former judge of the Tokyo High Court, also claimed in the February issue of the Japanese monthly magazine Sekai that the original Japanese government had maintained that the individual claims were not extinguished.

Mitsubishi Materials made a reconciliation with Chinese victims to pay 100,000 Yuan per person (about 16.54 million won) to 3,765 victims in two years in relation to the compulsory damages lawsuit filed in Chinese court in 2014 .

The Hanaoka incident was a case in which hundreds of people were murdered after the Chinese who had been forced into the Hanaro Mine in Akita Prefecture in the late Pacific War caused a riot in protest against abuse and discrimination.

In 2000, the Tokyo High Court ruled that Kashimagumi Construction, which was the subject of the assassination, ended up paying 500 million yen to the Chinese Red Cross Society, the victim's agent.

In 1991, the Japanese government consistently stated that individual claims did not disappear, including the response of Yanai's deputy foreign policy chief. The Supreme Court of Japan also made the same judgment in April 2007, when a victim of forced Chinese execution targeted a Japanese company. Although the trial itself was lost, Nishimatsu Construction paid the settlement gold to the victim because the claim was granted. But now, the government is blocking the payment of money by Shin Il-cheol, Mitsubishi. The reason is different from China. The victim's human rights remedy should be the same. He contributed:

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Posted in: Uniqlo pulls ad after South Korean objections See in context

So Koreans mistranslated the commercial and blame Japan... This sounds like the same mental gymnastics North Korea had to perform to blame Japan for sinking their fishing boat. Wild imaginations must be genetic...

Translation is just wrong. The commercial is nothing wrong. Koreans have kinda sickness that everything is likely going to relate to miserable war time. It seems that they still remain in the miserable past and can't move on from the past.

When Japanese BTS member Jimin wore a shirt to commemorate Korea's Liberation Day, wasn't it noisy that she despised Japan only by looking at the atomic bomb? Is that the same reason?

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Posted in: Uniqlo pulls ad after South Korean objections See in context

GaijinjlandToday  

Not sure you can even call South Korea a democracy as it never really was one in the first place.

right.

It was not Korea but Joseon.

Although a tributary of China, most sovereignty was in Joseon.

There was a country called Joseon that had their own language, culture and legal system. Changing the name does not change the country. Just as the Qing Dynasty is China .

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Posted in: S Korean PM to attend emperor's enthronement ceremony See in context

Scrote  

rlaalswls: The 1965 treaty between Japan and Korea states that disputes should be settled through arbitration. Japan has asked for this, but Korea has refused. In doing so Korea has violated the treaty.

I don't know why I don't understand

The trial itself is not a matter of state. If a person in another country commits a crime in Japan and is caught, does he not sin? Do you not judge in Japan under Japanese law?

 This is a Korean trial.

 So why go to the International Court of Justice as a domestic case?

If it thinks it harasses a Japanese company by abusing the law in the Korean court, Japan can sue the International Court of Justice. So the lawsuit in the Court of Justice is that Japan should.

Abe also knows that the subject of a lawsuit to the International Court must be Japan.

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Posted in: South Korean justice minister resigns during finance probe See in context

On this occasion, Korean people grew more. There are people who support certain groups unconditionally, but many middle-class people follow the interests of the individual.

Because they don't believe that what they say is unconditionally right, this time I learned which party thinks more about the interests of the people and the country.

Political parties are just a window to politics.

I'm better aware of who the politicians are working for.

This time, the Korean people

The relationship between the party and the prosecution The prosecution and media relations can change how important one person's testimony can change, how it can divide public opinion, and it can be me, so I can't believe what the media and politicians are saying, so everything needs to be confirmed as a whole. I realized there was.

in short. The Secretary of State is leaving, but he teaches many people.

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Posted in: S Korean PM to attend emperor's enthronement ceremony See in context

The Supreme Court answers:     A personal claim

1) This trial is not a national lawsuit against Korea against Japan.

It is a lawsuit against a Japanese national who is doing business in Korea by an individual in Korea.

(2) The issue of private billing states that the contents of the Japan-Japan Treaty refer to the San Francisco Agreement.

The original San Francisco treaty clearly states that Germany is a war criminal and reparates all damages of state and individual for apology. There is no document on criminal activity anywhere in the Korea-Japan treaty document, only the fund for the state and the people, and no specific compensation is mentioned. Therefore, even though the rights between nations are extinguished, the right of individual claim to crime is regarded as alive. So the Supreme Court admitted that if the mistake was made in the method of marking the Korea-Japan agreement and corrected the contents again, it could be legally invalidated.

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Posted in: S Korean PM to attend emperor's enthronement ceremony See in context

A solution to the problem must be prepared by South Korea.

If the Blue House supports the Supreme Court's decision, it can only be resolved in the International Court of Justice.

If the Blue House cares about South Korea's national sentiment, moreover, solutions based on international law like Germany and Italy will be necessary.

This is a matter of law. So Japan is in a dilemma.

Korea's Supreme Court ruling was Korea's personal claim. It's a Korean trial in Korea. The lawsuit was filed against a Japanese company, but it was true that Japanese companies had to follow the Korean law because they were still doing business in Korea.

It is the Japan's responsibility to take it to the International Court.

But Abe won't.

Abe protested to the Korean Supreme Court, discussed the law and fell into a dilemma to admit.

It would have found that Japan's arguments were legally contradictory.

But he didn't want to follow the law, so he pulled out a card called export restrictions.

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Posted in: Japan to build central database to bolster remote island monitoring See in context

I was told that the seawater increased so that the island used as a boundary point was submerged.

It was originally a thick island, but other local fishermen reported that it had disappeared.

In order to be recognized as an island to claim territories, it is said that there must be a type of island at high tide. But the island that was cloudy Now it is almost invisible at high tide.

 When there is no island at the boundary point, it makes a database because it makes a different sound while invading the sea.

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Posted in: High-speed 5G network seen as ready to spur online gaming See in context

5G for currency only It's not a problem.

There is no difference in 4G or 5G until you see a movie, but it will change a lot when you reach the 3D level. That's not just for mobile phones,

The latest AI, security systems, semiconductors, drones, and everything else in the latest technologies is 5G.

I know that not only Korea, but also many other countries are building and commercializing 5G. It makes no sense that Japan is a technological power and falls behind.

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Posted in: Why you don't need a 5G phone just yet See in context

5G for currency only It's not a problem.

There is no difference in 4G or 5G until you see a movie, but it will change a lot when you reach the 3D level. That's not just for mobile phones,

The latest AI, security systems, semiconductors, drones, and everything else in the latest technologies is 5G.

I know that not only Korea, but also many other countries are building and commercializing 5G. It makes no sense that Japan is a technological power and falls behind.

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Posted in: TEPCO will have to dump radioactive Fukushima water into Pacific, minister says See in context

world's top expert in the field of radiation from doctors

Novell- Peace Prize nominee Helen Caldicott said:

"Japan has eliminated most of the substances, such as cesium and stromtune 90, so there is no problem with contaminated water discharge. That is not what a radiological expert can say. Radioactive contaminated water does not become clean.

There are many carcinogens in radioactive materials,

Among them, a large amount is called tritium.

Tritium, a cancer-causing substance, can't be eliminated because it combines with hydrogen.This must be acknowledged by Japan."

Japan hides the incidence of cancer patients due to radiation caused by nuclear power damage. In addition, cancer patients that are currently identified are not radioactive damage, referring to the incubation period of cancer. After all, only those who die are unhappy.

I do not understand.

Why do you want to do it this way, rejecting the help of other advanced countries?

Do Pacific ocean waters only travel in the Pacific?

Sea waters roam all over the earth.

Do you have a conscience in Japan?

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Posted in: Japan briefs diplomats on Fukushima plant's radioactive water See in context

Russia Putin even said that the radiation exposure of Russian scientists was due to Fukushima crabs, not Russian missile bombings. This is because the radioisotope found is cesium137.

Abe can't say a word, but hides a knight. How funny is it?

International embarrassment.

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Posted in: Japan briefs diplomats on Fukushima plant's radioactive water See in context

Who would say if it were just verified by a notified nuclear engineer or organization from a third country and released it? Why don't you do something simple? It seems as if the Japanese government is trying to cover up the lies. A lie can make everything lie. Why don't you do everything publicly?

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Posted in: Letter threatening to hunt Koreans sent to S Korean embassy in Japan See in context

It is indeed a low level of action to bring the conclusions back to criticism from Korea and Japan. 

It should end with criticism and debate of those who have done this. That's right.

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Posted in: WWII start marked in Poland with German remorse, warning See in context

It is not possible to compare Germany and Japan.

Germany recognized the war criminals and punished them by setting up a war criminal in an international military trial.

Even now, Germans are brought to trial if they catch war criminals. Japan did not. 

And while Germany admitted war crimes and documented everything, Japan did not.

Japan say "It was inevitable because it was at war. "

So instead of apologizing, I used only an expression of regret.

Abe's father was also a war criminal, but he lived in politics.

And don't Abe do politics right now?

So Abe may try to rewrite history.

It cannot happen in Germany. The start is different.

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Posted in: Japan to set up police unit to help defend disputed islets: NHK See in context

It is interesting that, unlike other countries, Japan has territorial disputes with all countries across the border.

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Posted in: WWII start marked in Poland with German remorse, warning See in context

starpunkSep. 2  12:04 pm JST

How narrow your knowledge of history is to think that Korea was a WWII victim. There was never any war between Korea and Japan leading up to the 1910 annexation. Koreans willingly joined the IJA (

It is funny to justify forced mergers. Indeed, according to Japan's words, why did Korea become the second poorest country in the world after the war? This is inconsistent with the many Japanese saying that Japan should be well cared for and thankful. And Korea wouldn't want independence either. Like Hong Kong

This is not a merger but a forced aggression.

The merger that killed Chosun's mother and threatened him was an invasion.

Which country would favor a peaceful merger with a country that killed its queen and dragged the prince to Japan as a hostage?

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Posted in: China lodges WTO trade complaint against U.S. See in context

Trump's standard of rationality is how satisfied his heart is.

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Posted in: S Korean lawmakers visit disputed islets as Japan tensions mount See in context

@SJ: How do you make this stuff up??? The Chinese characters for Dokdo -- 独島-- have nothing to do with rocks. They mean "solitary island."

It is funny to say that a distant rock island is wrong, meaning only distant, but no rock.

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Posted in: South Korean leader says Japan dishonest over wartime past See in context

Of course, Korea has never wanted Japan to be rewarded for serving in the Japanese army. is not it? Why do we associate different problems?

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Posted in: South Korean leader says Japan dishonest over wartime past See in context

Simon FostonToday  09:14 am JST

showchinmonoAug. 30  07:56 am JST

Before then, all the Korean soldiers were volunteers. IJA started enlistment of volunteer service in 1938, IJN started it in 1944. It was very competitive for Koreans to become Japanese soldiers before then unless graduated with top scores from IJA military academy and the likes.

People like that are more commonly referred to as collaborators. The Waffen SS attracted quite a few foreign "volunteers" as well. No one respects them very much.

It is too simplistic to call 800k Korean volunteers for IJA as such if you know how many Korean independence soldiers were there in 1919

Why are you talking about the military? I am talking about the fact that there is no information on forced recruitment and comfort women, not military volunteers, in the ROK-Japan agreement. Where is the Korea-Japan agreement about it? Upload it.

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Posted in: Putin, Abe to discuss peace treaty Thursday in Vladivostok See in context

A bomb blast occurred during a test of nuclear missile launches in Russia.

The scientists were exposed.

"It's true that scientists were exposed. 

" However, Not because of missile tests, but because they ate Fukushima crab. ”

The reason is that the name of the exposed radioactive material is cesium137.

Why can't Abe say anything? Is that true? Or is Russia a great power?

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Posted in: South Korean leader says Japan dishonest over wartime past See in context

in fact, there is no mention of damages in the Korea-Japan Agreement. It is designated as a country development fund celebrating independence. At the time, the Korea-Japan treaty stated that it included the San Francisco Treaty, but the content was completely different. The reason remains documented. 1965. 3. 20. According to the "White Paper on the Korea-Japan Talks" (No. 18) issued by the Government of the Republic of Korea, Article 4 of the San Francisco Convention states that the basis of the claimability issue between Korea and Japan is the basis of the issue. Korea is not a party to the treaty of the San Francisco Treaty and therefore has not been granted the right to claim damages and suffering suffered by the victorious nation pursuant to Article 14. 

Have you read the contents of the Korea-Japan agreement? How many contents do you have?

Do not believe that you are the whole thing when you see a corner. 

I do not think Japan tells me the truth.

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Posted in: Putin, Abe to discuss peace treaty Thursday in Vladivostok See in context

Does Japan change the record of past history to suit the taste of modern people?

One content is inconsistent.

Are government documents, administrative records, or any legal documents on file.

Does the government not release records of history? 

If we accept history on the basis of individual records or claims, all nations of the world will rewrite history.

There is a difference between reading and understanding a full text and seeing and understanding just one part of a full text.

Who would believe Abe's claim to the Korean-Japanese treaty while ignoring the San Francisco Treaty, the source of the Korea-Japan treaty?

There is too much difference between Abe dealing with Korea and Abe dealing with Russia.

It's like an ugly person who can't say anything to a strong-looking person, ignore a weak-looking person and tell others that it's a strategy.

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Posted in: Scrapped intel pact draws U.S. into deepening S Korea-Japan dispute See in context

In fact, gsomia was signed three years ago by South Korea's continued refusal of what the US and Japan wanted.

Until three years ago, he lived without gsomia.

So Korea doesn't care about gosmia.

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