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The only way to scare Junior Evil Pervert Japan is build more Nukes. [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2010-9-22 18:49:38 |Display all floors
Originally posted by BingSilk at 2010-9-21 10:38 AM


what  do you think the ones that actually drop the bombs in hiroshima and nagasaki?
you must think they the devilest of the devil.


also, the surrendering of arms to mao by the japanese in defiance of chiang kai shek order was the passing of baton from japan to china in asia's serial war against america.
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Post time 2010-9-22 18:52:28 |Display all floors
Originally posted by blueskies88 at 2010-9-21 12:17 PM
I think you should make a shrine to Truman in your living room!


also one for o'bum who's coming to rescue asia from another evil asia country, china.
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Post time 2010-9-22 18:54:43 |Display all floors
Originally posted by Kbay at 2010-9-21 09:09 PM
Japs are a disgusting lapdoog of Uncle Sam!


and it will take every opportunity to pump up its military for revenge the uncle who nuked it.
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Post time 2010-9-22 18:56:51 |Display all floors
Originally posted by blueskies88 at 2010-9-22 02:08 AM


Kaybay you are so desperate yo just make pure garbage up

nothing of the like was ever said!

LIAR!

LIAR!

LIAR!


put-up your source or admit that you are nothing but a cheap low-c ...


the big lie from japan is yet to come:

TO UNDERSTAND JAPAN, STUDY THE STORY OF GOUJIAN

Gou Jian was a king in ancient China.  After losing a war to a much powerful country he volunteered to be a captive.  He pretended to be so subservient to the powerful country that once he willingly tasted the feces of his captor king to help diagnose the king's illness.  Then during the years of his country's captivity, he tasted the bitter bile every night before he retired only to sleep on dry tree branches,all to remind himself the humiliation of defeat.

But secretively he made his country strong, while still supplying his captor country with crops that were often used in its next year's planning.  One year when the time was ripe for him to revenge his defeat, he supplied the crops already heated in hot water.  Then when the seeds wont produce new crops and caused a famine in his captor country, he attacked the country and revenged his insult.

Is it possible that Japan is crossing its fingers that America never heard of the story of Goujian.
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Post time 2010-9-22 18:58:14 |Display all floors
Originally posted by LCSULLA at 2010-9-22 02:10 AM
he always feels legitimate to just come up with some crap and just give "anglo-media" as source............


same can be said of the "anglo-media".
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Post time 2010-9-22 18:59:55 |Display all floors
Originally posted by joeching at 2010-9-22 18:56


the big lie from japan is yet to come:

TO UNDERSTAND JAPAN, STUDY THE STORY OF GOUJIAN

Gou Jian was a king in ancient China.  After losing a war to a much powerful country he volunteered  ...



Gou Jian? Which dynasty? And Hanzi please.
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Post time 2010-9-23 12:15:43 |Display all floors

Reply #77 Alex2010's post

Applying that to Modern day - hmmmm

Why not decide to think a "pleasant system" - democracy? - to let a group of "elected" leaders a "choice" to spend the tax revenue!

ha ha ha

Whether is King Yue, or King Wu, the real rulers are the "bureaucracy" (more so today than the more rural yesterdays) and "revenue merchants" + "middle class guilds" in almost autonomous provinces!

It's actually the opportunity to "decide on how to spend tax revenue", and how to "develop their home, community"!

ha ha ha

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