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Japan navy unveils biggest warship since WWII [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2013-8-7 17:00:49 |Display all floors
That's not a ship...that's a torpedo magnet.

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Post time 2013-8-7 17:33:36 |Display all floors
Its more like an aircraft carrier. Japan has the most effective navy in Asia and no one can underestimate the potential of Japanese navy.

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Post time 2013-8-8 07:52:11 |Display all floors
money better spent on cleaning up after tsunami
Round Up is good for developing the mind

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Post time 2013-8-8 11:01:43 |Display all floors
and it's nuclear right?

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Post time 2013-8-8 11:14:44 |Display all floors
Made in japan products and ships will have high quality.  I wonder why they would build such a large ship, since modern warfare only require fast missles, and stealth missles.  China and japan are so close to each other,  they don't need ships.  Missiles can easly fly to each other's military.

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Post time 2013-8-8 16:19:53 |Display all floors
Japan has sent a strong and clear signal, that is, she is ready for a war with China. Japan, though having had the experience of being hit by two atomic bombs in WW2, has not learn the lesson that war destroy lives. As she is keen to embrace war, albeit in disguise as Self-Defense Force, then when a war starts, there should not be any any hesitation on China to adopt the most aggressive move in using her nuclear armaments to destroy and sink Japan into the oceans. Japan can never hide her true colors, that she is a warmonger.


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Post time 2013-8-8 17:42:10 |Display all floors
Nice ship - I like it !

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