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Posted in: Thousands protest in Tokyo ahead of Fukushima anniversary See in context

So Nihon doesn't want nuclear power anymore? Well maybe it is for the best is what I am thinking.

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Posted in: China mulls days to remember defeat of Japan, Nanjing Massacre See in context

People should remember that not every war-time act that was committed to China was from an official standpoint and most likely some things were personally carried out by the commanders-in-charge so at the time, the top brass in Japan probably wasn't aware of what was going on. Take Nazi-Germany for instance, Hitler personally wanted to torture and maim POWs to keep the Allies from having their soldiers from returning to the battle field. Nevertheless, there are personal testimonies from Nazi Commanders that secretly ignored and rejected Hitlers plan to slowly destroy POWs and in turn these Nazi Generals actually looked out for the needs of POWs in the Nazi Camps. So to put it shortly, it is not right to burn the Japanese flag and curse the nation as a whole for what a certain few commanders did to Chinese citizens and it important to remember that China as well in the past did the same thing to Korea just not on that level.

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Posted in: Zushi passes resolution banning alcohol, loud music on beach See in context

I heard of this happening awhile ago but I was sure if it will pass or not and I am not a beachgoer so I am amazed that people were having such a good time at the beach to begin with.

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Posted in: Confused Japanese tourists trigger highway pursuit in Utah See in context

We are human, not fish. We make mistakes.

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Posted in: Blessing for a blast-off See in context

Can't wait for the results of the launch

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Posted in: Suga rejects claims Japan lurching toward militarism See in context

I for one believe that ultimate peace in Asia will come from peace talks with Tokyo, Beijing, and Seoul so maybe it is a good thing that they dispute over the isles now than to wait any further to address this issue but, I do not agree with the US involvement in the matter because logically the US will want an ultimate outcome that benefits their future agendas, so more than likely, it will be best when the decisions made should come from the direct viewpoints of an Asian mind set rather than a Western mind frame.

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Posted in: Pakistan disappointed as U.S. ties aid to bin Laden doctor See in context

That's what to be expected from Obama, considering how him and his whole campaign spends millions for his personal vandettas and he is not alone, in truth all I can garuntee that all americans black, white, Asian and otherwise now spend time and funds that they obtain through manipulation, towards other countries to conspire against opposing factions as well as rivals. The doctor was more than likely a tool for american politicians to cover up the secrets that he holds as well as plan for next time. And the reason, global control.

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