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Posted in: Chinese general says Ryukyu islands do not belong to Japan See in context

More delusional comments that really require no comment.

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Posted in: Sending a message See in context

Get over it! The war is over!

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Posted in: China calls on Japan to stop scrambling its fighters See in context

Another WTF China! Get over it you lost the war! Twice 1894-1895 & 1931-1945

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Posted in: Man arrested for having his kids work on his newspaper delivery route See in context

DUMB. Isn't there more important things to worry about?

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Posted in: Japan scrambles fighter jets to meet Chinese plane See in context

China is like a pest that won't go away. You shoo it away and keeps on coming back.Either it is too thick headed or just it just wants its ass kicked.

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Posted in: 'Dokdo' island classes to become mandatory for S Korean children See in context

Brain washing the children. Only a insecure country would do this. What other possible explanation would there be? South Korea like China just can't forget about WW II.

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Posted in: Abe says he won't tolerate China island challenge See in context

China is a big bully. The Chinese government pretty much says most of east Asia's surrounding territory is theirs. China only became interested in the Senkaku Islands after valuable minerals were discovered by the UN in the 1970's. China has a beef with other Asian nations as well. It would be interesting to see if North Korea one day stops listening to China and goes on their own. China just can't get their head twisted around to realize they lost the war with Japan in 1894-1895 and 1931-1945.

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Posted in: A draw See in context

In the closing days of WWII a beaten Japan on her knees the USSR saw an opportunity to get a piece of the action by snatching the four northern islands which were Japanese and never gave them back. The Soviets wanted half of Hokkaido until President Truman finally stepped in. The USSR in the mid 1950's offered to give two of them back and nearly succeeded until Japan came to her senses. It would be a mistake just to conclude a peace treaty to accept two of the islands again.

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Posted in: U.S. believes Japan on China radar incident See in context

China is still trying to fight a war they lost 68 years ago.

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