Hansaram's past comments

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    Hansaram

    Japan don't need to repeatedly apologize. What Japan need to do is ONE SINCERE apologize. When I said SINCERE I mean no denying or trying to play down atrocities or any attempt to revise it like what Abe is trying now.

    Posted in: Japan must apologise for WWII until it is forgiven: Novelist Murakami

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    Hansaram

    China need to stop and act like a bully just because it is big. USA is big but at least they did not bully anyone in SEA.

    Island issues = ICJ

    Enuff said.

    Posted in: China hits back at Obama over military muscle in South China Sea

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    Hansaram

    The island dispute is totally irrelevant and there's no need to put them in history text book whether it's Chinese or Japanese text book.

    Island issue can just be solved in International Court Justice. Just go to ICJ already.

    Posted in: China urges Japan to properly educate youth over disputed islands

  • 12

    Hansaram

    Japanese lies

    1) Comfort women = Voluntary sex workers/prostitutes

    2) Massacre = an incident

    3) Class A war criminals = War heroes

    4) Whale meat at sushi restaurant=scientific whaling

    Posted in: Japan rebuffs outcry over new history textbooks

  • 0

    Hansaram

    Merkel is right in that Germany's neighbours were willing to forgive Germany. (France, Poland etc) But that was because Germany showed sincere remorse in the first place - while in Japan apologies have been followed by denials. Thus Germany has moved on, while Japan hasn't

    Agree with you. For every apologize made by a Japanese, there will be another Japanese who deny it making the apologize null/void.

    Posted in: Merkel reminds Japan to confront wartime past

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    Hansaram

    The newspaper pointed to turmoil in Ukraine and the Arab world to show how any adoption of Western models by non-Western countries “basically amounts to the copying of failure.”

    “No matter how beautiful they appear on the surface, they are in fact a ticket to hell, and can only bring disaster to the Chinese nation,” the newspaper said.

    It is true that being democratic does not guarantee being successful country. However, the fact for the matter is,most successful countries are from democratic. Just look at list of happiest country in the world. They are mostly from democratic country.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/picturegalleries/10302485/The-worlds-happiest-countries.html?frame=2667866

    Taiwan under democracy is way more successful than China having higher gdp per capita. China economy is large but it is only because of quantity of population. That's nothing special at all.

    Posted in: China state media stepping-up anti-Western rhetoric

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    Hansaram

    “That Chinese tourists swamp Japanese stores at a time when the country is facing a sluggish domestic demand is certainly not something to be proud of,” it said.

    Why is it weird that Chinese themselves prefer Japanese products instead of Chinese one. Japanese product have higher quality. Chinese products are not safe and unoriginal. Most of Chinese products are copy of other product anyway. This is what happen when the communist idiots who don't know how to run country do not enforce copyright issues and product safety strictly. As a result, your own Chinese do not know how to innovate and create safe product for consumers so it's no wonder Chinese boycott Chinese products. Not all Chinese citizen are stupid and care about your anti Japanese propaganda.

    Posted in: China media mock Japan's luxury lavatories

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    Hansaram

    Mainland Chinese tourists appear to have a bad rep everywhere. i have heard them being badmouthed in both Singapore and HK too.

    As a Chinese in SEA,I can confirm this is true.

    Posted in: The tourism business wouldn’t survive without Chinese customers, so we don’t want to complain about them. It’s 50/50, give and take. We appreciate them coming, but we wish that they would come with a little more cultural awareness.

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    Hansaram

    @sfjp330

    You do realize that still doesn't disprove about the sex slavery issues right even without cross examination? Cross examination only go as far. Look at the bigger picture. Sex slavery don't just happen in Korea but also happen here in SEA. Tons of eyewitnesses reported the same thing everywhere. No cross examination no big deal.

    Posted in: Japan asks U.S. publisher to change 'sex slave' reference in textbook

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    Hansaram

    But anyway, if you want to believe them, that's your choice. What I do feel is a bit bigoted, however, is your apparent inability to even consider the viewpoint of people who feel that any 50-year old testimony is suspect, even before cross-examination.

    Cross examination doesn't make any sense because there aren't enough witnesses who are alive for one thing, and the surviving ones are elderly by now. Not to mention it happen very long time ago.

    Posted in: Japan asks U.S. publisher to change 'sex slave' reference in textbook

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    Hansaram

    Ishihara also praise Hashimoto saying that Hashimoto is like young Hitler.

    “This may not be the most appropriate analogy, but his powerful speech skill is just like Hitler when he was young.”

    http://blogs.wsj.com/japanrealtime/2014/12/17/shintaro-ishihara-retires-with-some-parting-shots/

    Posted in: Ishihara retires from politics

  • 0

    Hansaram

    I don't mind the movie is going to theaters. But I think it's difficult to screening in Japan. Who would like to see a movie that defame their ancestor? Also it is created by baseless fact.

    Chinese lies. Korean lies. Angelina Jolie and Louis Zamperini are lying. We always heard China and Korea need to get over the past but it looks like Japan itself also still haven't move on from the past and unable to accept reality. Japan,time to accept reality. You guys bring more harm than good during WW2.

    Posted in: Angelina Jolie's 'Unbroken' strikes a nerve in Japan

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    Hansaram

    https://www.facebook.com/MichaelYonFanPage/photos/a.235978145664.135781.207730000664/10152528275045665/?type=1&pnref=story

    Facebook is suppose to be a legitimate source?

    Posted in: Yomiuri apologizes for using term 'sex slaves' in English edition

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    Hansaram

    I will also leave this here.

    Evidence documenting sex-slave coercion revealed

    http://www.etan.org/et2007/april/21/18evdenc.htm

    Posted in: Yomiuri apologizes for using term 'sex slaves' in English edition

  • 0

    Hansaram

    Cmmfort women or sex slave happen to not just Korea but also other Asian countries.

    Posted in: Yomiuri apologizes for using term 'sex slaves' in English edition

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    Hansaram

    Here in Malaysia,there are plenty of eye witnesses that shows that women are indeed being FORCE to become prostitute. Just watch this documentary.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QLx0V0GK4-A

    Posted in: Yomiuri apologizes for using term 'sex slaves' in English edition

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    Hansaram

    Wishing Hong Kong people all the best in the name of democracy.

    Posted in: Cameron reminds China of obligations over Hong Kong

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    Hansaram

    China’s peaceful development means a big opportunity for our nation,” Abe said.

    China peaceful? Tell me Abe did't just said that.

    Posted in: Abe presses campaign for meeting with China's Xi

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    Hansaram

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kpPsc09FY

    Just watch the youtube video. Remember to turn on the subtitles/CC.

    He said the holocaust and Rape of Nanking can't be happen.

    Posted in: Two of Abe's new picks deny neo-Nazi links

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    Hansaram

    The record confirms that Hirohito said in 1988 that he had stopped visiting the controversial Yasukuni Shrine because it had added Class A war criminals to those enshrined there, Kyodo said. His last visit to Yasukuni was in 1975. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visited the shrine last December, sparking official protests from China and South Korea.

    So,why is Abe still visit the shrine?

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