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Posted in: Having their say See in context

Someone didn't get all the replies it seems...

No, please do explain.

Are you seriously saying they cannot protest non-violently in Japan?

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Posted in: Having their say See in context

Um, maybe you didn't notice the people in CHINA did nothing destructive in KYOTO either, or TOKYO, or any other part of Japan for that matter. I guess you just like to use Chinese protests as an example when it suits you, then say riots outside of the city in which this picture takes place is unrelated if it's Japan. Sorry, my friend, tmarie nailed you on that one.

And this non-violent protest in Japan is wrong because...?

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Posted in: Having their say See in context

No, there's nothing to "get" here. You're comparing a racist-but-peaceful demo to a riot.

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Posted in: Having their say See in context

And which government is doing almost nothing to stop the out-of-control Chinese protests again?

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Posted in: Having their say See in context

And who is exactly blaming the non-rioting Chinese again?

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Posted in: Having their say See in context

So what was your issue with my post?

Um, maybe you didn't notice these people in TOKYO did nothing destructive in KYOTO?

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Posted in: Having their say See in context

I'm not defending it. Thank god no one was around to get hurt. Can't say the same for the protest in China tho.

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Posted in: Having their say See in context

Guess you missed the news about that this morning. So let me get this straight, fire at a Chinese school is okay because no one was around to get hurt but rioting in China when there are no Japanese is bad? Right....

Actually, a Japanese couple were assaulted in Hong Kong today. Guess you missed that news huh?

http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/asia/313060/japanese-couple-attacked-in-hong-kong-amid-tensions

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Posted in: Having their say See in context

Nah, they were just lighting fires and throwing rocks at a Chinese school in Kobe. Yes, attacking the place of children is so much better than embassies...

No one through a rock at the Chinese school in Kobe so quit making stuff up. The fire is true but no one was around to get hurt and it was a metal gate.

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Posted in: China cleans up after anti-Japan protests See in context

Too little too late.

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Posted in: Anti-Japan protesters damage U.S. ambassador's car in Beijing See in context

Can't take these guys seriously.

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Posted in: Taiwan demonstrators burn Japanese flag See in context

japanese dont think like that. if one chinese, taiwanese, one korean does something bad, they judge the whole race. They have very simple minds.

Meanwhile in China...

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Posted in: China pulls players out of badminton Japan Open over safety fears See in context

but before you look at the sty in your neighbor's eye, look at the sty in your own eyes first.

A great lesson for China.

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Posted in: Coast guard on lookout for 1,000 Chinese fishing boats See in context

No kidding, but it's the nationalization of the islands that tipped this event over.

Right...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2010_Senkaku_boat_collision_incident

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Posted in: Coast guard on lookout for 1,000 Chinese fishing boats See in context

Yes and of course Japan is completely innocent.

In this case, they are. Or at least nothing as extreme as what China is doing at the moment.

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Posted in: Japan embassy, businesses shut as more protests erupt in China See in context

How many Japanese have been attacked in the streets?

I think so far 0. But if they are willing to kill one of their own just because he was on a Japanese car, it's not difficult to see what will happen to Japanese citizens in China.

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Posted in: Japan embassy, businesses shut as more protests erupt in China See in context

Seems like Audi in China completely supports genocide.

http://chinageeks.org/2012/09/chinas-anti-japan-riots-are-state-sponsored-period/

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Posted in: China pushes Japan with sea claims, trade threats See in context

Wow. the mods are out in full force getting rid of anything that isn't pro Japan. That speaks volumes.

You mean all the death threats and ill wishes to all the pro Japan are deleted? And this is bad how?

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Posted in: Nationalists converge on Shin-Okubo's Koreatown See in context

*Shukan Kinyobi (Sept 14) reports that on Aug 25, a large demonstration of rightists— I don't get it. Why is it being reported almost a month later and a day after anti-japanese protest?

Good question.

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Posted in: Japan to ask international court to settle S Korea isle dispute See in context

That's why I said "if".

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Posted in: Japan to ask international court to settle S Korea isle dispute See in context

If japans wins no doubt Korea will go out on a war.

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Posted in: Samsung takes on iPad with Galaxy Note tablet See in context

Huh, I honestly didn't know Wacom was a japanese company. You learn something new everyday.

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Posted in: Japan protests at S Korea's comments on emperor See in context

@ kwatt

Let's be honest here. NOTHING will EVER be enough for the South Koreans.

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Posted in: S Korea urges 2 Japanese ministers to scrap Yasukuni visit See in context

When Japan paid reparations to South Korea in 1965, did they also issue an apology?

Yes, they did.

June 22, 1965. Minister of Foreign Affairs Shiina Etsusaburo. "In our two countries' long history there have been unfortunate times, it is truly regrettable and we are deeply remorseful" (Signing of the Treaty on Basic Relations between Japan and the Republic of Korea).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_war_apology_statements_issued_by_Japan#1960s

The Japanese government did not want the facts disclosed

Japanese officials had reportedly not been in favor of the South Korean government disclosing the documents because they were concerned about repercussions the disclosure of such diplomatic documents would have on bilateral normalizations talks with North Korea, who reportedly wants more than $10 billion as compensation for its share.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treaty_on_Basic_Relations_between_Japan_and_the_Republic_of_Korea

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Posted in: S Korea urges 2 Japanese ministers to scrap Yasukuni visit See in context

Keep it classy Sir_Edgar. Keep it classy...

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Posted in: S Korea urges 2 Japanese ministers to scrap Yasukuni visit See in context

That is a private fund. If the Japanese government feels responsibility, then why a private fund?

Because they already did back in 1965.

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Posted in: S Korea urges 2 Japanese ministers to scrap Yasukuni visit See in context

The 1965 reparations do not account for the comfort women because they are not even recognized as having existed by the Japanese government.

Yes, they do.

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Posted in: Lee says emperor would have to apologize if he wishes to visit S Korea See in context

Those are fine & dandy, but sincere & REAL THEY AINT. For every example above there are MANY more where J-politicians, PMs idiots who run Tokyo that DENY they things that Japan supposedly apologized for........

But they had no problem accepting their money am I right?

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Posted in: Lee says emperor would have to apologize if he wishes to visit S Korea See in context

was under the impression that the Emperor had already apologized twice to South Korea. But people these days have short memories.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_war_apology_statements_issued_by_Japan#cite_note-43

According to the Koreans this never happened tho.

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