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Posted in: Okinawans still haunted by horror of war 70 years on See in context

When i think of the horrors of WWII, i thank of how Japan got to that place in history. I think about how the United States, after bombing the people of Okinawa, became a co-conspirator in the atrocities committed by Unit 731 in China between WWI and WWII. I think about the atrocities committed by the the United States when they dropped the bombs on Tokyo, Nagasaki and Hiroshima. I am ashamed to be an American.

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Posted in: Japan stations missiles on Pacific gateway island See in context

Japan would do well not to poke a stick in China's eye. I am sure feelings between the two countries have not healed going back as far as 1931.

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Posted in: Kanagawa man found dead in car in apparent suicide See in context

Could it be that there was someone sitting in the passengers seat that stabbed the man in the chest. One would think that someone committing suicide would go for the soft stomach tissue. He would stand a better chance of success.

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Posted in: Court rejects naming firms where employees died due to overwork See in context

The High Court should stop and think. Is the reputation of the company more important than the people that make the company profitable?

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Posted in: Woman stabbed to death in Kyoto Pref park See in context

To assume that the kill was a man would be a leap too far.

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Posted in: Y10 mil 'for Tohoku' left in bag in Saitama municipal bldg restroom See in context

Millions of dollars have already been turned in by people who were cleaning up after the tidal wave that struck Japan and most of it has been returned to its owners. Honor is part of the Japanese way of life. Thank you Japan for teaching the world a lesson on being human.

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