If this was a Japanese male, everyone would shout "lolicon complex, watched too much hentai, typical Japanese society", now a compatriot is involved and everyone here is trying hard to defend him and justify his actions. This is so repugnant and double standard.
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Wow, we have a lot of doctors here on JT who are sooooo knowledged in medicine ! applauds
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Alone the term "to understand Cosmos" shows how naive humans are. What does "understanding" mean? When do you "understand" something? Maybe the author of this article should read "Faust" by Goethe before using vague and abstract terms.
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Everything's so wrong about the main picture of this article.
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One of the very fundamental principles of democracy is the protection of human's dignity. If causing bloodshed is "sometimes necessary" to realize democratic values, then democracy itself should be questioned, as violence also leads to "trampling" on human's dignity.
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when the people have no choice
History has shown countless times that bloodshed causes nothing but more bloodshed.
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The comments prove how unreflected people support democracy. Protesting is fine. But the moment you protest with violence, you violate against the very ideals you fight for. In this sense, she is right to use military to suppress violence with violence.
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@TumbleDry Here you go
rgcivilian1: Hanging is too good and swift for this guy. He hasn't suffered the torment yet. He needs to feel every single bruise and pain she suffered because of him tenfold, then hang him.
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@TumbleDry I'm not with you on this one
let him drop with the cable neck tie
I hope he gets the harshest punishment possible!!
(That is death penalty according to Japanese law)
all the upvotes for these comments.
I am usually against the death penalty, but the more I hear of this scum bag the more I hope he hangs.
He needs to suffer exponentially than the pain he inflicted on the little angel.
It is precisely THIS kind of story that attracts a lot of (gaijin) comments, because it's food for them to throw rants at Japanese justice system.
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We don't know enough to draw any sort of conclusion, including the usual one that the little girl was a complete angel.
We "don't" know, and yet we "do" know. Please elaborate on this logic. Based on what ground do you assume the girl was a "complete" ("complete" means without exception to the rule) angel (and how do you define "angel")? Any proof to support your distance diagnosis (as I assume you don't know her in person yourself)?
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@Chip Star: There you go again. "Repugnant" is pretty overused by you, don't you think so?
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