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Posted in: Samurai sword in new Japan Self-Defense Force emblem causing controversy See in context

I find it hard to believe that it would not incorporate a Samurai sword?

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Posted in: China tells other countries not to stir up trouble in South China Sea See in context

Lie, lies, lies and more lies. These moronic idiots can't even keep their BS straight anymore. Unbelievable.

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Posted in: Asia News Weekly: Meeting between Park, Abe and Li, Tensions in the South China Sea and all the news from the region. See in context

@SenseNotSoCommon. True, but after a two year concerted effort by China and SK to isolate and demean Japan...Abe did come out on top at this conference, which will have political ramifications for China and SK if they continue their usual and tiresome anti-Japan stance...just as the commentator said. It has been widely observed that when China and Korea's economies are tracking well they close the door on Japan and actively up the rhetoric and when their economies falter, they reach out for reconciliation.

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Posted in: Chinese police shoot dead 28 from 'terrorist group': authorities See in context

@theeastisred. Well said.

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Posted in: China says it could have seized other islands in South China Sea but has shown restraint See in context

Absolute idiots.

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Posted in: Chinese general dismisses South China Sea concerns See in context

Pure lies, plain and simple.

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Posted in: China's economic crisis similar to Japan in 1990s See in context

This is far from a normal 'slowdown'. This is just the tip of the iceberg.

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Posted in: China says it lodged repeated complaints with Japan over South China Sea See in context

Make absolutely no mistake, war is coming.

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Posted in: Russian businesses woo Japan despite Ukraine sanctions See in context

@warispeace - Love the comments, very interesting and I agree with you. You go beyond the surface of things, and you back it up with reasoned, intelligent comments. Keep it up.

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Posted in: Lawmaker announces bid to oust Australian PM See in context

@zurcronium Irrelevant comparisons, Rudd was a complete and utter failure, only interested in his own celerity, too busy undermining and white anting and destabilising the party. He was suited to be a mid level bureaucrat at best, as a leader he was proven to be beyond useless.

Abbott is an equally limited talent, the most disliked opposition leader of all time actually, somehow became Prime Minister. He has since stumbled from really bad, to even worse, if that's even possible? These two are without a shadow of doubt the two worst Prime Ministers in Australian history. The sooner Abbot goes the better for Australia and the sooner we erase the embarrassment of the Rudd farce from our memories the better too. Compared in stark contrast to Keating, these two imbeciles are a very sad indictment to the quality, talent, vision and intellect of the current political pool.

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Posted in: Political tensions behind China-Japan economic issues: Beijing See in context

@ EyeOfTheCat. 100% correct.

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Posted in: Abe wants more defense ties with U.S., Australia See in context

Granted Australia does have a growing economic reliance on China, but Australia's greatest friend and ally in Asia is without question, Japan. And the US will always defend Australia, no matter what. They are the facts.

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Posted in: Japan and China need each other: Abe See in context

Well said JoeBiggs, all of your comments are 100% correct, much to the annoyance of the obvious regular 50centers here.

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Posted in: Chinese media hurls racist slur at departing U.S. envoy See in context

“a breach of truth, breach of logic, breach of ethics, breach of civilised behavior and breach of diplomatic etiquette, and makes it hard to believe this country has thousands of years of civilisation” Courageous and free thinking Chinese citizens like that commentator are heroes. He is 100% correct and what he said could apply to almost all CCP policy and thinking.

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