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Jay QueDec. 03, 2013 - 09:09AM JST
Better to set up zones of free expression inside mainland China.
Let's work merrily together to overthrow the CCP.
Posted in: U.S. Navy deploys new surveillance aircraft to Japan
Jay QueNov. 29, 2013 - 08:38AM JST
Force any comm.china planes down and detain the crew, tat for EP-3 incident. http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/HainanIslandincident
Posted in: China sends planes into air zone after Japan, S Korea defy rules
Jay QueNov. 24, 2013 - 09:36PM JST
You can trust the PRC... http://writing.upenn.edu/~afilreis/50s/schwarz-cover.html
Posted in: U.S. vows to defend Japan after China announces new air zone
Jay QueNov. 23, 2013 - 08:54PM JST
Let them go as far as they like, then strike hard at all elements of the CCP. Be more ruthless than the communists and tear down this final vestige of the 20th centuries biggest mistake - the continued existence of communists dictatorship over the most populated region on earth.
Posted in: China sets air defense zone over area containing disputed islands
Jay QueNov. 16, 2013 - 08:12PM JST
Never travel into a Communist country if you expect fair play & justice. There are many Taiwanese who have been set up and executed in the PRC.
Posted in: Japanese politician arrested in China on drugs charges
Jay QueNov. 13, 2013 - 08:20AM JST
I respect PM Koizumi's opinion, and where Japan goes others may follow.
Posted in: Ex-PMs Koizumi, Hosokawa call for nuclear power to be phased out
Jay QueOct. 30, 2013 - 08:34PM JST
"Who lost China?" A revolution to overthrow the CCP is in order but that would upset the fancy applecart you'all are making all those pretty pennies from... picture a democracy on the mainland and you can picture a peaceful Asia. Can't picture it? Be ready for war.
Posted in: China's behavior jeopardizing peace, Onodera says
Jay QueOct. 24, 2013 - 07:31PM JST
We support our most important ally, Japan!
...friends of Japan in NYC USA
Posted in: Japan readies huge island war games amid YouTube PR push
Jay QueOct. 14, 2013 - 10:25PM JST
My heart goes out to his family and loved ones as I know what they must endure...
Posted in: 13-year-old Tokyo boy killed by train in suspected suicide
Jay QueOct. 13, 2013 - 09:28PM JST
Dr. Evils plans are working perfectly (insert devious nervous laugh sound-track here.)
Posted in: 'De-Americanized' world needed after U.S. shutdown: China media
Jay QueSep. 22, 2013 - 09:18PM JST
Will the CCP/PRC one-party communist dictatorship admit it has no intention of ever holding free multiparty elections for "China's" leaders and as such remains illegitimate. Admit this "dispute" before trying to enter into honest "negotiations/talks" with nearby countries with a legitimate democratically elected leadership, like Japan, like the ROC Taiwan, like much of the rest of the truly advanced free world.
Posted in: China says it is ready to talk if Japan admits isles are disputed
Jay QueSep. 22, 2013 - 05:32AM JST
I find this very interesting... "express the ephemeral nature of life after the death... "
Posted in: Japanese man finds Buddha in snacks
Jay QueSep. 17, 2013 - 03:32PM JST
ridiculous. the us should push mainland china prc to announce a date for multiparty elections. this nonense of "pushing diplomacy" is like the fools who cheered neville chamberlain, peace in our time with the nazis bunk. japan is a free multiparty democracy. thats real strength. prc china is brittle bamboo ready to break if the green shoots dont grow without being aborted. but the ccp/prc bund is not a "fair minded democratic ally" like japan. its an enemy of free minded souls. join the real free world my friends. vote, vote, vote.
Posted in: U.S. hopes China, Japan will push diplomacy on isles dispute
Jay QueSep. 14, 2013 - 08:21AM JST
I encourage PRC to announce a date for multiparty elections.
Posted in: China military tells U.S. not to encourage Japan over isles
Jay QueSep. 11, 2013 - 11:33AM JST
Open a Lawsons there. Special Senkaku ice cream!
Posted in: China warns Japan against stationing workers on disputed isles
Jay QueSep. 11, 2013 - 11:30AM JST
Facing up to history... Mao delighted in the slaughter of tens of thousands of Chinese bretheren who sided with the republicans against the communists, and he wiped them out wholesale, tens of thousands in just a few days, episodes multiplied so many times that he drove the non-communists to flee the mainland or come under his boot, looking down the barrel of a gun. Now, the renimbi sports the smiling face of that butcher. Accepted as legal tender in practise. What difference does it make to the dead if you are gassed or simply ripped to pieces in an orgy of murder? Its with this history that PRC China backs Assad. Whats a few thousand killed at a time. Realpolitiks. Thats facing history truthfully without a CCP spin. http://www.marxists.org/reference/archive/mao/selected-works/military-writings/
Posted in: China: 2020 Olympic success will depend on how Japan faces its history
Jay QueAug. 27, 2013 - 11:35PM JST
I can relate to her, saying her Mom was ...impulsive like a child but with an innocent charm that attracted everyones attention... This is very much the same, for my once upon a time fiance, Alexandra, whom we lost 3 years ago in similar circumstances. Such tragedies significantly affect uncounted more loved ones, than just the departed. r.i.p.
Posted in: Utada comments for first time on mother's apparent suicide
Jay QueAug. 22, 2013 - 12:55AM JST
Dachau: I went there in the summer of 1976, one stop among many, with a small group from my high school. The people who lived near the area did not seem to want to let us know where it was located, a hush hush place. I saw the crematoriums. While America was celebrating its bicentennial were were exploring Europe including passing through Checkpoint Charlie into East Berlin, and also, this other infamous place, Dachau. The polar opposite of a place like Yasukini, where souls are enshrined and the dead are prayed for, yet considered a hyper-sensitive place by some. I saw no overt praying, at that grey sterile location - Dachau - this was the actual scene of those horrific crimes. Somber indeed. Made a big impact on the mind of one 16 year old kid, me.
Posted in: Merkel becomes first German chancellor to visit Dachau
Jay QueAug. 16, 2013 - 12:16AM JST
I agree with Furuya-san: "Paying homage to the war dead... its not for other countries to criticize us or intervene in these matters." To the PRC, et al, back off. May they rest in peace.
Posted in: Cabinet ministers visit Yasukuni Shrine; Abe sends offering
Jay QueAug. 14, 2013 - 10:54PM JST
I've prayed at Yusukini Shrine one Aug 15th a couple years ago, and my father was a WWI veteran (American) who lost many dear friends. It's never wrong to pray for the deceased.
Posted in: Abe may make offering to Yasukuni Shrine through representative, media report
John Occupythemoon Daly
Dec. 11, 2013 - 07:32PM JST
Many people have known this for a very long time, but it's nice to have a…
Posted in: Want to eat healthily? Add up to $1.50 a day
Dec. 11, 2013 - 07:26PM JST
If you don't feel bad for them, why go there?
to learn. for exposure to different…
Posted in: U.S. envoy Kennedy visits Nagasaki atomic bomb site
Dec. 11, 2013 - 07:23PM JST
Very excited to see Sanfrecce just a few hours up the road from Sydney in March.…
Posted in: Champs Guangzhou get mystery draw for AFC
Dec. 11, 2013 - 07:19PM JST
Oh come on, half of americans think the world is 6000 years old!
Posted in: Japanese college students struggle to answer basic astronomy questions
Dec. 11, 2013 - 07:11PM JST
Unless he can provide a convincing explanation why he needed a loan and now can afford…
Posted in: I would like to return my pay as governor for one year as a token of my own way of taking responsibility.