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LaughsatYou Post time: 2013-11-9 01:26
Are you stupid or just never met a Japanese person? They now Everytime they say something... Almos ...

The Holocaust[size=0.8125em]By Dan FastenbergThursday, June 17, 2010
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How do you apologize for the worst crime in human history? The question has befuddled generations of post-war Germans, but there was perhaps no politician with a cleaner wartime record to make a public mea culpa than Willy Brandt. As a politically active teenager with the Social Democrats, Brandt fled Germany for Norway in the Third Reich's earliest days in 1933. He returned to Germany after fighting for the Resistance during the war and became chancellor of West Germany in 1969. When a state visit to Poland in December 1970 coincided with a commemoration to the Jewish victims of the Warsaw Ghetto, Brandt joined in and spontaneously dropped to his knees (left). Brandt didn't utter a word during his kniefall, and later said in his autobiography, that upon "carrying the burden of the millions who were murdered, I did what people do when words fail them." Germany has since paid out billions to Israel and to Jewish survivors.





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LaughsatYou Post time: 2013-11-7 15:00
You are pathetic.

Did Japan rape you? No? SKs weren't even alive when it happened, same with the ...
And Japan did apologize already, and even paid money. (Korea got 500 million in 1965)


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JAPAN'S EXPRESSIONS OF REMORSE LACK SINCERITY AS THEY ARE NOT BACKED WITH REPARATIONS TO THEIR VICTIMS, AND IF THEY ARE ASKED TO DO SO, THEY DENY ANY OBLIGATION TO DO SO, AS IF THE DESIRE OF OTHER COUNTRIES TO BE FRIENDS WITH THEIR YOUNGER GENERATION IMPLIES THEIR OLDER GENERATION (MANY OF WHOM ARE NOT YET DEAD) HAVE NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR THEIR CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY.

IN SHORT, THEY ARE MAKING IT IMPOSSIBLE FOR THE COUNTRIES THEY HAVE MASS MURDERED, TORTURED AND RAPED TO BE FRIENDS WITH THEIR NEXT GENERATION.

WHICH IS ACTUALLY VERY GOOD FOR THE KOREANS AND CHINESE DESCENDANTS OF THEIR VICTIMS.  JAPANESE IRRIDENTISM OPENS THE GATES OF HELL AGAIN.  WISE JAPANESE SHOULD BEGIN EMIGRATING BEFORE THEY ARE FORCIBLY CONSCRIPTED INTO THE NEW GHOST ARMY AND NAVY OF IMPERIAL JAPAN.

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WARNING:  FLASHING RED!!!

THE RE-NAZIFICATION OF JAPAN UNDER COVER OF BRITISH PROPAGANDA AND DIPLOMACY IS IN FULL SWING...

WHAT WILL EMERGE IS THE SECOND MEIJI RESTORATION...

AND THE RESURRECTION OF THE IMPERIAL JAPANESE ARMY AND NAVY FROM THE YASUKUNI GRAVEYARD...

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Post time 2013-11-13 05:41:32 |Display all floors
Public debate China-Japan war prospects

Global Times | 2013-11-5 1:08:01
By Yang Jingjie

The recent tensions and incidents between the Chinese and Japanese militaries have led to heated discussions about the possibility and consequences of another Sino-Japanese war among observers from military and academic circles, as well as the public.

Although the outbreak of a full-scale war has been largely ruled out, Chinese observers warn of conflicts ignited by unexpected emergencies, in which China is rated as having the edge over Japan despite potential US interference.

The relationship between Beijing and Tokyo soured after Japan's so-called nationalization of the Diaoyu Islands in the East China Sea in September last year.

Against that backdrop, military ties have encountered several tests since early this year. In the latest case, China's defense ministry lodged a solemn representation to Tokyo over a Japanese warship's breaking into the live-fire drill zone of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy in the West Pacific. In response, Japan vowed to continue its surveillance activities.


As the PLA Navy concluded its war games on Friday, Japan kicked off a massive 18-day military exercise, including an island capture drill and deployment of missiles on Miyako Island, which is believed to bolster its capability in blocking the Chinese navy's passage to the West Pacific.

The rhetoric and drills from both sides have led many people to ask if the two countries would fight a war in the near future.

Amid those concerns, an analysis from Russian experts first published in September 2012 resurfaced on China's Internet forums and news portals.

In the Russian report, Vasiliy Kashin, a senior research fellow at the Moscow-based Center for Analysis of Strategies and Technologies, predicted a "humiliating failure" for China if a war with Japan over the Diaoyu Islands breaks out, citing Japan's advanced weaponry and personnel training.

Another Russian expert cited by the report, Konstantin Sivkov, first vice president of the Academy for Geopolitical Issues, however, believed the Japan Self-Defense Force would lose if China's leadership is determined to reclaim the disputed islands but indicated that the Chinese military would be defeated by Japan's ally US.

The Russian analysis drew more than 11,000 comments on Chinese news portal sina.com.cn, with Net users deliberating the conclusions.

On tiexue.net, a discussion group, Net users struck a more upbeat note on the outcome of military conflicts, and demanded reclaiming the Diaoyu Islands by force.

Liu Jiangyong, a vice dean of the Institute of Modern International Relations at Tsinghua University, told the Global Times that due to its pacifist constitution, Japan is unable to launch a war and its recent rhetoric about shooting down Chinese drones is a psychological war to test China.

Major General Luo Yuan, a vice president of the China Strategic Culture Promotion Association, told the Global Times that the assessment by Russian experts was inaccurate due to their outdated information, but it reminds China to remain cautious.

Luo said neither side has the intention to fight a full-fledged war. "China's defense capability has seen a great leap. Japan has neither the guts nor the capability to fight such a war," he said.

A military expert from the PLA Air Force, who asked to remain anonymous, shared similar views, noting that the Chinese foreign ministry's repeated statements over the Diaoyu Islands have shown Beijing's will to solve the dispute through peaceful means.

However, he noted the possibility of conflicts ignited by unexpected emergencies exists, if Japan continues down the wrong path. "The conflict will be an isolated incident, which wouldn't spin out of control," he told the Global Times.

However, Luo expects such a conflict may evolve to a war of limited scale, during which China stands a better chance of winning.

"China's air force has more aircraft than Japan, and their quality doesn't lag behind the Japanese ones. Meanwhile, we have more well-equipped airports within a close distance of the Diaoyu Islands," he said.

Last week, China's media carried extensive coverage of the nuclear-powered submarine fleet, which is seen as a deterrent to any attempted provocation.

"Japan may excel in its anti-submarine capability, but it doesn't have nuclear submarines as well as marines, and lags behind China in its number of naval aircraft models," Luo said.

The air force expert said potential US involvement is definitely a factor complicating the situation, but insisted China keeps developing its comprehensive strength. "This is not 1895 nor the 1940s when China suffered huge humiliations. It is gradually reversing its inferiority and gaining momentum," he said.

According to Luo, the incomplete national defense structure of Japan indicates its needs for US support in various fields including logistics and intelligence, however, it  remains in doubt whether the US is willing to confront the world's second-largest economy for Japan.





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