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Posted in: Japan's defense buildup shouldn't be seen as threat: U.S. official See in context

Japan should fully remilitarize and go back to its former glorious days

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Posted in: Taiwan's TSMC begins mass production of 3-nanometer chips See in context

Poor TSMC, getting dismembered in broad daylight

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Posted in: China health commission stops publishing daily COVID figures See in context

For all the crab the China haters are giving the CCCP for doing the same things the rest did like spinning a new tale on Covid lockdowns no longer being necessary (it wasnt necessary in the first place) or cease reporting Covid infection figures (which is a direct result of reclassifying Covid as no more than a flu), one must be amazed at the speed they can U turn. Rapidly increasing mass infection and re-infection is necessary for them to keep up with the rest of the world in attaining natural immunity. So the speed they are catching up with us all in mass infection cannot be condemned but actually instructive. Give them another few months of mass deaths and massive infections and then they are no less susceptible to Covid as everyone else is who has opened up. Then with them on par, you will sense real competition in every thing from a very competitive culture. Thats when being more nasty to them will heat up.

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Posted in: Tomahawks part of Japan's record defense spending next year See in context

The US defence industry is the commercial arm of the Senate where retired generals go to. Of course there will always be war and war mongering. Japan should apply to be the 51st state and get better value for its money

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Posted in: Japan declares plan to have preemptive strike capability and cruise missiles See in context

It would be alot cheaper just to become the 51st state. Cheaper and your representation in Congress for all the tax dollars spent.

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Posted in: U.S. bans sales, import of Chinese tech from Huawei, ZTE See in context

Senate Votes to Ban All Sales by Toshiba in U.S. LA Times JULY 1, 1987 

We have been here before.

"The Senate, seeking to avenge damage done to Western military security, voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to bar Toshiba Corp"

And then all Toshiba tech was taken by Intel, Qualcomm.

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Posted in: Japan to extend oil subsidy program to next spring to curb price hike See in context

good idea to use our kids money to fund our current lifestyle. Every supplementary budget requires the kids generation to pay it back while we enjoy its fruits now

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Posted in: China's large drills near Taiwan raise Japan, U.S. alert level See in context

The inevitable China-Japan war will make the atrocities in the last month of WW2 in Prussia look like a disney movie. So much hatred on both sides. But it is probably good for us non Japanese or Chinese. Good to keep them both weak.

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Posted in: Kishida pledges $30 bil over next 3 years for Africa See in context

Headline should read 30billion in subsidy to Mitsui and Mitsubishi for African business

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Posted in: Japan to keep interest in Russia's Sakhalin 2 gas project See in context

I think Japan has no choice because of their claim that Sakhalin is Japanese teritory. Just like Chinese refusing to buy Siberian energy because the Chinese claim parts of Siberia belong to them. So Japan quitiing will be tantamount to admission that it is Russian territory and why would Chinese pay for stuff they claim belong to them

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Posted in: Japan to look into summit meeting with China: Nikkei See in context

Unification Church should expand into China so the two sides can share then Taiwan and the Islands with the Moonies. Then there will definitely be less animosity.

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Posted in: Blinken reaffirms U.S. commitment to defend South Korea and Japan See in context

Yes, we also need military aid in the dozens like you send Ukraine. Send more weapons and guns and ships. Get your congress to approve a bigger military budget. It isnt enough. We need to spend our money on roads and education but you need to defend us.

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Posted in: Former Australian PM Morrison says he took five ministries because he was 'steering the ship' See in context

Better a hawkish defender than a democratic panderer to the Chinese. Bring back ScoMo

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Posted in: Japan warns of rising security threats in annual defense report See in context

Japan should nuke up. This is the only way to prevent another domination by others

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Posted in: China plans 'great efforts' to consolidate economic recovery See in context

3 things

before one heaps scorn on the draconian Chinese quarantine measures, one must remember that similar shocking policies were imposed by Singapore, Australia, UK and some of the blue states in the USA (for the last 2 years) only for the same politicians to backpeddle without admitting error. I am sure the Chinese administrators will do no less. They will open up without admitting they screwed up.

second, mortgage boycott is a normal right of flat buyers. When construction is halted progress payments can be withheld. You wouldnt pay too would you if you see the construction of your house stop. The Chinese seem to have diffused an impeding housing crisis that may have triggered their own Lehman shock but media spin increases readership. Just like when Airbnb quit China and said the reason was to protest against Uyghur policies. They were losing money.

Finally, in a global survey (which I cannot remember but was printed in the SCMP) just recently, the Japanese (only 12% like China) were listed as the ones hating the Chinese the most, more than any other nationality on earth, even more than the US or shockingly even the mighty Australia (14% only like China). I wonder why all the venom. It isnt healthy.

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Posted in: Kishida vows to push for Constitution reform, build on Abe's legacy See in context

get rid of the old constitution, re-arm, impose the draft and nuke up. This way, Hiroshima and Nagasaki will never happen again. Friend or foe will take you seriously if you have nukes

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Posted in: Kishida seeks major upgrade of NATO partnership See in context

Japan should just change its constitution, re-arm militarily, develop its own nukes. All that joining foreign military organisations and bashing China is good for re-arming cause but lets get on with it and actually re-arm and nuke up.

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Posted in: Kishida cautious about Japan acquiring nuclear-powered submarine See in context

Of course Japan should get these subs and then arm itself with as many nukes as possible. That is the only way to be safe

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Posted in: Japan deploys MSDF fleet to Indo-Pacific with eye on China See in context

Japan needs to rearm itself quickly, own army, own weapons, own nukes

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Posted in: Ukraine today could be East Asia tomorrow: Kishida See in context

In the long run, I think it might be better for the Japanese to have their own army, own weapons and own nukes. Everyone else can complain about it.

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Posted in: U.S. naval officer in Japan faces prison over deadly crash See in context

Im surprised why is an American soldier subject to Japanese law.

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Posted in: Gov't enacts ¥2.7 tril extra budget to tackle rising prices See in context

Always nice that we can borrow in our kids names to enjoy ourselves

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Posted in: Japan launches new strategy team for longer-term China diplomacy See in context

Japan has decided to rather be in the American dominion than be non aligned. You can see it from the fawning the administration gives to the US President. The reward is the yearly glee to be photographed in the G7 white league. Real or imaginary, the China threat requires protection money to be paid to the Americans. Everytime that is cranked up, more money needs to be paid. But nevermind, you can always keep printing money, borrow in your kids name to fund the present life. Japan will never get rid of its peace constitution. It won't be allowed since it is so profitable to keep it.

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Posted in: Worry about stagflation, a flashback to '70s, begins to grow See in context

America can easily bring stamp out stagflation -

increase immigration to lower labour costs

make your vassale states pay more for anything and everything

make everyone fight everyone until they are weak then you go in and grab their stuff

ship your indigent and poor to foreign lands to conquer and pillage. If they die, you solved your problem of having to look after them. If you win, keep them there to collect taxes

increase your prison population because that is legitimate forced slavery

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Posted in: World's biggest YouTuber PewDiePie moves to Japan See in context

Im sure he enjoys paying half of earnings to the tax office

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Posted in: G7 foreign ministers discuss Ukraine war, impact See in context

Japan should join Nato too

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Posted in: Shanghai disinfects homes, closes all subways in COVID fight See in context

Forget about Taiwan and the military. The Japanese should just mail the Shanghainese the same virus every week to keep them all locked up and weak. To win a war without firing a single bullet.

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Posted in: Japan vigilant against Chinese navy activity involving aircraft carrier See in context

The Chinese were happy to have the islands run by a private Japanese company until the late governor Ishihara used the Tokyo government to buy the islands. So now you have a mess when you already owned it.

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Posted in: Pedestrian hit, killed by car driven by U.S. Marine in Okinawa See in context

Isnt Okinawa US territory and Japanese in name only? The US Marine only reports to US law

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Posted in: Kishida, 6 U.S. lawmakers affirm Japan alliance See in context

Constant reminder that they have freely joined the States. Just like Montezuma, incarcerated by his own free will.

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