Robert S. Abenz comments

Posted in: S Korean buses carry statues of 'comfort women' See in context

It's only irrelevant to people who have no money.

LOL. Do you really do some business? Ask all sane business-people and trader around the world, which is more important, China or the rapidly-aging Japan?

Even wealthy Chinese and Koreans think the world's third biggest economy is very relevant.

Yes, they think it's a very pleasant place for holiday trip and shopping!

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Posted in: China says it will defend interests if U.S. harms trade ties See in context

If there were a much wiser and stronger leader in office

With democracy? When the mob chose their leader? LOL.

they'd have the right words to say to let the Chinese government know that nobody is willing to put up with their BS.

The Chinese government haven't put up any BS until now, unlike American one........ So much talk, so little action.

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Posted in: China says it will defend interests if U.S. harms trade ties See in context

China has got fat and wealthy form massive IP theft and piracy. 

Really? A nation can be fat and wealthy from IP theft and piracy alone? Wow.

Even Chinese local government use ripped copies of XP.

Smart move! CIA couldn't spying on them that way.

Then there is the IP China stole from GE and Kawasaki to build their bullet trains.

To build the bullet trains you need an IP??? And GE suddenly build a bullet train? Wow.

About time someone took a stand and fair play to Trump for doing so and protecting American interests in the process.

Lol. Sounds more like diverting American's attention from the real problems at home and finding a scapegoat to make myself looks good.

set unreasonable requirements for US companies doing business there

Then why so many US companies still doing business there, and keep on growing their numbers, I guess??

China will never be a friend of the US

Why should they be?

expand their presence in Asia no matter what Trump or any other President does

??? Why China cannot expand their presence in Asia?? At least they don't have permanent military bases around the world like US does........

Good lord. These fifth columns of CIA in all of news media commentary.............

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Posted in: S Korean buses carry statues of 'comfort women' See in context

If the southern faction of Korea wants no relations with the Japanese Nations, them let it happen!

Exactly. Why keep relation with a more and more irrelevant and aging country such as Japan?

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Posted in: S Korean buses carry statues of 'comfort women' See in context

South Korea is trying so hard to be relevant, it's cute in a pathetic way.

At present moment, South Korea is more relevant than Japan.

They are a very self absorbed and xenophobic tribe....

You mean Japanese?

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Posted in: China says it will defend interests if U.S. harms trade ties See in context

Good ol USA just getting more and more desperate

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Posted in: Guam stays calm; dismisses N Korean threat See in context

If little Kim does do something as stupid as to attack Guam, the retaliation will be swift and immense (fire and fury). It will be the shortest war ever recorded. My guess would be 48 hours.

I don't think so. My guess would be 20 years before America withdraw, just like in Vietnam. Hollywood war movies and reality are really different things.

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Posted in: Hopes wane that Kono can mend ties with China See in context

A lapdog wants to mend ties with the enemy of his boss???

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Posted in: Chinese political prisoner Liu Xiaobo dies at age 61 See in context

There's still so many fifth columns of CIA in China and Asia, trying to cause social unrest under the pretext of democracy. Hope they will soon catching up with Mr. Liu in Christian's heaven up there........

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Posted in: Japan vows to ramp up efforts to export renewable energy technology See in context

Japanese companies have huge renewable energy opportunities available in India 

Agree, mass export the renewable and portable toilets to India. The country badly needs it.

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Posted in: S Korea to build 'comfort women' museum in Seoul See in context

Korea has always been a classless nation

As I see it now, it's Japan who's on a steady stroll into mediocrity and insignificance. Except for the weaboo, of course.

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Posted in: India holds naval exercises with U.S., Japan See in context

Meanwhile Chinese government laugh their ass off, behind the closed door, seeing these three fools doing what exactly they want. Wasting their money on insubstantial things.

So has China complained yet? It's not official until they do.

If they do, it's just an act. Japan fanboys are so naive.

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Posted in: After toppling Apple in China, Oppo eyes world market See in context

They are infamous for stealing Classified Military plans, and making their stuff the same way they're doing this.

So, which Military officials and personnels use Oppo gadgets that their "classified military plans" could be stolen, and from which countries?

I am as curious as 'Freshmeat' to learn what patents they did steal.

It's gonna be difficult. Japan fanboys and girls are infamous for their illogical thinking and actions. A by-product of too much anime and manga, I guess.

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Posted in: U.S. energy secretary challenges China to be leader on climate See in context

Well, the US emits more CO2 than any other country but CO2 is not pollution - it is essential for life on the planet. 

Really?

As for solar, governments at multiple levels in America are subsidizing solar power to the tune of billions every year.

So does China.

Do you work for China's propaganda agency?

Do you work for America's invisible propaganda agency?

Well actually he has run a state with a GDP larger than most countries. But don't let that stop you from getting in a cheap shot.

His position is a gift from Trump, not something he attained by his own merit. Let's see how well it ends up, anyway.

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Posted in: Japan's defense minister backs all U.S. options on N Korea See in context

Apart from using the U.S. alliance to tackle its belligerent neighbor, Japan also wants the military partnership to exert influence on other parts of Asia, including the highly contested South China Sea, Inada said.

So you have the right to exert your influence on South China Sea, but China don't?

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Posted in: Osaka discloses details of videos determined as hate speech See in context

The most shocking thing to me when returning was that other Asians such as Koreans and Chinese had to change their names and hide their identities, just in general day to day life, in order to not be called out.

Sorry dude, I don't believe it at all.

Honestly I have to keep myself from not thinking negative thoughts about people after living here for so long, because bashing other Asians and saying us Japanese are better, is completely normal behavior here.

Kinda lame excuse for your "negative thinking" pattern, don't you think?

The most shocking thing to me when returning was that other Asians such as Koreans and Chinese had to change their names and hide their identities

Returning to where? In the office I work for in Japan or the offices I have business contact with in Japan, I see many Koreans and Chinese who work without changing their names.

Absolutely, our friend there is a bit too fond of science fiction, maybe it's the after-effect of consuming too much Anime/Manga.

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Posted in: China's reforms not enough to arrest mounting debt: Moody's See in context

Propaganda is not the sole domain of the West.

West invented it. East copied it.

China has managed to avoid financial crises that dogged Japan and the West. That is despite China having an overheated property market for quite a few years, plenty of private debt and stock market crash.

Yet these Nostradamuses in America (S&P, Moody & the gang) couldn't predict the crash of their own financial system back then.

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Posted in: China's reforms not enough to arrest mounting debt: Moody's See in context

A sheer waste of time and the usual crap of bull from beloved Moody's.

Western Media Alliance Propaganda Unit had "foresee" the collapse of China's economy since I was in a high school and it never happens, in fact it was the West who suffer an economic crisis and saved by the strong performance of China's economy.

Instead of being grateful to China, at least silently, these shameless western propaganda machine keeps on trumping the "bad prospect" about China.

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Posted in: China urges Japan to be cautious over missile defense See in context

China, just shut up, no-one cares what you warmongers think.

Exactly. I wonder why JT is so concerned about China and published any news related to them. Fear, I guess?

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Posted in: Jakarta's Christian governor jailed for two years for blasphemy See in context

Indonesia, a moderate primitive society.

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Posted in: N Korea marks military anniversary with firing drill See in context

They are hardly imposing looking chaps, are they? I mean, the mere sight of them doesn't have me quaking in my boots or anything here.

They always look a bit...skinny, to me. In uniforms that are way too big for them.

You are going to fight them one on one, then? Go ahead, let's see how tough you are.

And the Tubster there just looks as though he is a Play Station specialist. A COD type.

I don't think they played COD. It's the American keyboard warriors that obsessed with it.

They just don't look that hard.

It's the senior military officers, not UFC fighters. Really, your intelligence quotient is worth questioning. Using your logic I bet I could make good ol' James Mattis unconscious in few seconds.

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Posted in: Promises, pomp and protests as Trump sworn in See in context

They rotated so much, can't remember, I guess because of their experience, LOL!

Not that you can't remember. It's just you don't know anything, actually.

"If Trump is so popular, where were all his supporters today?" I'm pretty sure that most of them were at work.

Digging coal?

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Posted in: Promises, pomp and protests as Trump sworn in See in context

We will see communist China behave differently on many issue, especially concerning the illegal reclamation and bullying all over Asia

Really? How do you know?

Last, it will take time for globalist liberal minions to go over the hang over from their failures. May the good force guide you to abandon the dark side and joining the fight against "the globalist evil empire"

You mean, the American failures to manage their own economy......... May the good force guide you to abandon the dark side and joining the fight against "stupidity and inherent tendency to put the blame on others"

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Posted in: China-backed trade pact gains momentum as Trump threatens to ditch TPP See in context

because when you think of living wages and better quality of life you think....China? Um.. No

so is that America? Um... No. Donnie being elected because Americans are unhappy with their wages and their jobs being "stolen". So unhappy, so frustrated my lovely Americans....

All this fanboism for China. Its a joke.

All this fanboism for America. Its a joke.

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Posted in: Beijing warns Trump: One China 'not negotiable' See in context

What's China going to do - start a war?

I will ask you the same question too. If China really invades Taiwan and proclaim it as it's territory, What's America going to do - start a war?

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Posted in: Beijing warns Trump: One China 'not negotiable' See in context

China is all talk and want to give a strong impression that they will do something, even engage the US militarily. Never going to happen. Trump should call their bluff.

How do you know?

Trump doesn't have to negotiate it.

He wanted to negotiate it.

“It is not up for negotiation,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang said in a statement.

Ouch. The Trump voters keyboard warriors won't be happy to hear that.

US President-elect Donald Trump certainly appears to present a tougher and more robust stance.

Including to our beloved Japan.

but Trump is in the wrong here simply because all of this tension is unnecessary

He will start another one in Middle East to, by recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital. It'll be fun to see all forces "hostile to USA" to unite as one.

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Posted in: Chinese tabloid says U.S. needs to 'wage war' to block off South China Sea islands See in context

chineze must be crappng their pants. days of taking advantage of US over,,,

I don't think so.

Trump may be pres, but I very much doubt he can call a war. I'm sure the Senate or whatever their political system is would have to debate and vote on any such action. Trump isn't that popular even with his own party's senators.

The only intelligent comment here.

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Posted in: China's exports fall for second year as U.S. trade war fears mount See in context

their government don't know what the hell they are doing - about anything

I think it's you who don't know anything

china makes tangible stuff for us, we give them pieces of paper.

we? who are you?

China’s exports fell 7.7% in 2016 from a year earlier, while imports slid 5.5%, leaving the country with a trade surplus of $509.96 billion

ah, a massive trade surplus, still. Very good performance compared to big ol' USA or Japan.

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Posted in: Japan says its active investment is a source of U.S.-Japan vitality See in context

Good luck trying to convince Donnie.

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Posted in: Chinese state tabloid warns Trump: End one China policy and China will take revenge See in context

The situation is very delicate, and the bull in the china shop that is Trump could cause irreversible, catastrophic damage.

That might be what America needs.

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