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    Hansaram

    Those propaganda already exist since long time ago. It's never effective which is why German has positive image on Japan before Abe taking over but become negative when Abe takeover. Economy? There's no Japan bashing either before Abe become president. So no, there is no capitalist.

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    Hansaram

    No, it's not propaganda campaign. The fact that foreign media outside China and Korea also bash Abe pretty much prove it.

    **Wartime 'Abenesia' bad for Japan's international reputation ** http://edition.cnn.com/2015/04/30/opinions/japan-abe-united-states-kingston/

    **History problems cast a shadow over Abe’s Japan ** http://www.japantimes.co.jp/opinion/2015/04/18/commentary/history-problems-cast-shadow-abes-japan/#.VdyEMSWqqkq

    **Abe’s unconvincing attempt to whitewash Japan’s history ** http://www.japantimes.co.jp/opinion/2015/08/17/commentary/japan-commentary/abes-unconvincing-attempt-to-whitewash-japans-history/#.VdyENCWqqkq

    Abe dig his own grave. That's all.

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    Hansaram

    China's anti Japanese propaganda has been going on for years and long time ago but it never work outside of China and people outside China can see through China anti Japanese propaganda which is why before Abe take over the office, German still have positive image on the Japanese.

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    Hansaram

    Huh? So you are saying Abe is attracting attention because Abe is boring? That doesn't make any sense at all. China certainly do not have power on whatever script/media that German people read. Did you even know that Abe been attracting controversy like sitting on a plane with the number 731 on it? You know what 731 mean right? https://timemilitary.files.wordpress.com/2013/05/rtxzp5y.jpg?w=480&h=320&crop=1 German PM, Angela Merkel told Japan to face up his past. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/japan/11458384/Japan-must-face-up-to-its-shameful-Second-World-War-past-like-Germany-did-says-Angela-Merkel.html

    Seriously though, China had nothing to do with it and it's Abe himself that cause controversy and tarnish Japan negative image. Stop blaming China for whatever bad thing happen to Japan.

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    Hansaram

    Yes, news sites and social media have been personally centered on Abe the campaign because Abe has been attracting controversy. So Japan negative image is because of Abe himself, not China.

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    Hansaram

    Then how come German negative image towards Japanese only occur after 2012 when Abe take the office?

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    Hansaram

    If it is true, all that statistic really suggests is that the Chinese Communist Party campaign, and those allied to it by habit or their own prejudices, is being successful.

    Naah...CCP had nothing to do with it. Stop blaming China for every single wrong thing in Japan. After 2012, Abe take over Japan as president. Hope that gives you a clue why Japan image among German people has turn negative. It's Japan own fault not China.

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    Hansaram

    Weird because the other poll by Kyodo said 67 percent said Abe should apologize.

    Abe has repeatedly said that he will express remorse in the statement, expected out shortly before the Aug. 15 anniversary of the war's end, but that he will not issue a fresh apology - despite a recent poll by Kyodo news agency that found 67 percent of respondents thought he should.

    http://ca.reuters.com/article/topNews/idCAKCN0PX0JB20150723

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    Hansaram

    Only 28 percent of German people think positively of Japan. Japan image among German has turn negative after 2012.

    In 2012, 58% of German respondents said they thought Japan was making positive contribution to the world. The number had halved to 28% by 2014.

    http://asia.nikkei.com/Politics-Economy/International-Relations/Germany-dismayed-by-Japan-s-inability-to-move-on?page=1

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    Hansaram

    KMT fought the Japanese. NOT the corrupt communist.

    Posted in: Chinese film on WWII summit lambasted online for distorting history

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    Hansaram

    It is not so much an apology that is needed. What is truly needed is for Japan to stop lying both in its official histories and its schools about what it did prior to and during World War 2.

    This. I am more concern about Japan attempt at distorting history by denying or play down their war crimes than apologize.

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    Hansaram

    When the historical revisionism stops

    Agree. Japan need to stop distorting history.

    Why don't Japan create a law like German where people who deny atrocities are put to jail. People who deny Nanking Massacre where thousands of innocent Chinese civilians who got murder and raped should be put to jail. Do that Japan.

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    Hansaram

    Ah, so you're saying Japan liberated Asia? I wonder how many in China and South Korea would agree with you. Japan has a lot to learn from Germany's remorse

    Japan NEVER liberated Asia. Not only in China and south Korea, but here in SEA, no one think Japan liberated Asia.

    Posted in: 7 decades after WWII, many praise Germany, scorn Japan

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    Hansaram

    I haven't heard any anti-Japanese sentiments from anybody I've known from the Philippines, Thailand, or Malaysia.

    Most people in SEA are more pro Japan. However, that is still no excuse for the way Japan handle their WW2 issues.

    I believe Singapore is also quite pro Japan but even then, Singapore PM said:

    "Japan needs to acknowledge past wrongs, and Japanese public opinion needs to be more forthright in rejecting the more outrageous interpretations of history by its right-wing academics and politicians," Lee said.

    "Japan has already expressed remorse or apologies for the war in general terms... but on specific issues like comfort women and the Nanjing Massacre, its positions have been less unequivocal," Lee said.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/wires/afp/article-3102924/Asia-WWII-Singapore-PM.html

    The way Japan handle their WW2 issues is not admirable. Japan should learn from Germany.

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    Hansaram

    In German, if you deny Holocaust, you are considered a criminal and will get sent to prison.

    In Japan,if you deny Nanking Massacre, you are consider hero.

    Yeah, there's a huge difference between those two. Japan need to learn from the German.

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    Hansaram

    This wouldn't have happen if Japan did not commit war aggression on Manchuria in the first place.

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    Hansaram

    Surely, it can not be worse than Dragon Ball Evolution.

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    Hansaram

    Another stupid anti Japanese propaganda from the evil communist to distract their own people from economy slump.

    Oh, don't forget, it's not the CCP that fought war against the Japanese, but it's the KMT.

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    Hansaram

    Like the way the CCP politburo ever listens to the Chinese people? Hell they won't even let them vote for their own leaders.

    So I guess Japan under Abe is like CCP then.

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    Hansaram

    but that he will not issue a fresh apology - despite a recent poll by Kyodo news agency that found 67% of respondents thought he should.

    Why is it so hard for Abe to apologize when 67% of Japanese people think Abe should apologize.

    Does Abe ever listen to Japanese people. Oh wait, he never.

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