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    OssanAmerica

    Christopher GlenJul. 30, 2016 - 09:47AM JST "China (ROC) was represented in the proceedings."

    And yet, the war criminals were not prosecuted for what they had done in China. Only crimes against allied forces. I would hardly call that being represented.

    China filed a claim for civilian casualties that occurred at Nanjing. The Tribunal after reviewing the claim dismissed it for lack of evidence. The claim used the number of 100,000 casualties just 8 years after the incident. Somehow that number grew to 300,000 several decades later. China (ROC) was most certainly represented at the Trials as one of the Allied victor nations. How else do you think Taiwan, and other islands were returned.

    Posted in: Japan-financed comfort women fund launched in S Korea amid protests

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    OssanAmerica

    ThePBotJul. 30, 2016 - 01:41AM JST "The first step n resolving an issue is to ensure that false information is not repeated. One, I agree. That's why it's important for people to speak out about Imperial Japan's war crimes in the face of Japan's constant denial of it.

    Imperial Japan's war crimes have been prosecuted under the International Tribunal for the Far East. China (ROC) was represented in the proceedings. War Criminals were charged, prosecuted and convicted. Japan has not and does not "deny" it's war crimes during WWI, it's available as history for all to see. Your charge of "denial" is a fabrication.

    Two, you still haven't refuted the hypocrisy of Japan apologists every time they tell people to "move on from WW2", while they stay silent, if not outright support Japan when they talk about WW2 (white-washing their crimes of the era, to be exact

    The U.S. government has "moved on from WWII" and it's certainly not a "Japan apologist". The US bore the brunt of the war to defeat Imperial Japan. Today Japan is a democracy and a US ally. China, or rather the PRC is the new militant Asian dictatorship with an adversarial attitude towards other nations. Both China and South Korea whitewashes it's own history far more than Japan does.

    Posted in: Japan-financed comfort women fund launched in S Korea amid protests

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    OssanAmerica

    US allies in Europe and everywhere else on this planet prefer Clinton to Trump.

    Posted in: U.S. allies in Asia prefer Clinton to Trump, security experts say

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    ThePBotJul. 29, 2016 - 08:32AM JST It's funny how Japan apologists rarely comment on Japan about how they insist on saying there was no comfort women

    The first step n resolving an issue is to ensure that false information is not repeated. No one in any country, holds the position that Comfort Women did NOT EXIST. The Japanese Government has NEVER denied the existence of the Comfort Women or the CF System. PM Abe who has stated that they existed but "were not coerced (by Japanese troops). This statement is the origin of the fallacy that he denied their existence, What is interesting is that all available US military investigations of civilian Korean POWs as well as Comfort Women themselves during WWII indicate that the women were NOT rounded up and take away by Japanese troops. Recently several South Korean scholars have come out openly stating that the testimonies given by some former Comfort Women are contradictory, stating that they were "taken by Japanese troops" in one instance whereas stating that "they were sold by their parents" in another,

    Posted in: Japan-financed comfort women fund launched in S Korea amid protests

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    OssanAmerica

    How shocking to learn that there really is something scientific and research worthy about whales and that such work actually goes on by trained professionals in the field.

    Posted in: Testing confirms new, rarely seen whale in Pacific Ocean

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    OssanAmerica

    Yoshitsune, the level of anti-Japan animosity can not be broken down as simply young and old. It is true as you say that among many young South Koreans they have no problem with Japan and in fact are fans of it's culture, music, etc. But there are many young South Koreans who are influenced by the anti-Japan bias that has been prevalent in South Korea. I am sure you must be aware that the Park administration has been cracking down on these "biased" textbooks. Look at a video of the protesters mentioned in this article above and tell me if they look like they've ever experienced colonial Japanese rule. The important thing is that the Park government has decided to turn things around. Most likely because South Korea wasn't getting any benefits by sticking to the anti-Japan program. Today you have a few South Korean scholars openly stating that some crucial aspects of the "testimony" given by former Comfort Women are questionable.

    Posted in: Japan-financed comfort women fund launched in S Korea amid protests

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    OssanAmerica

    This is not a Koreans vs Japan issue. The article shows that this is an internally South Korean issue, between the Park Government representing the many Koreans who wants to put this issue to rest and move on with more important things and those Koreans, most of whom are young who have been brainwashed by the South Korea education system and media and organizations wanting keep the hate alive. The Comfort Women n issue has been in the hands of non government organizations which the South Korean government itself has stated that a North Korean influence is suspected. It's about time that the issue be handled by a Government organization.

    Posted in: Japan-financed comfort women fund launched in S Korea amid protests

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    OssanAmerica

    "Kim Tae Hyun, head of the new entity.." "He said overall assistance" "As Kim left the venue after speaking at the press event, a man sprayed what appeared to be tear gas on him."

    Don't they proofread anymore? http://res.heraldm.com/content/image/2016/07/28/20160728001057_0.jpg

    Posted in: Japan-financed comfort women fund launched in S Korea amid protests

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    OssanAmerica

    The PAC ruling is legally binding. It determined that China is violating the UNCLOS (The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea ) to which China is a signatory. China had a chance to represent it's position but they refused. Now they disregard the ruling and instead go on a global rampage to denounce the ruling and the tribunal. China is showing it's true colors to the whole world.

    Posted in: China criticizes U.S., Japan, Australia for 'fanning' tensions

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    OssanAmerica

    Fre OkinJul. 28, 2016 - 03:30AM JST @OssanAmerica Let ShameFare begin! As I said, Australia, Japan, US are all outsiders. They are passersby in the South China Sea area. Compare to ASEANS, who Live There. what make you think passersby have more say than people who live there and have more at stake?

    China is an outsider. Attempting to take control of an area far from it's shores through ridiculous claims and territorial expansion.

    Posted in: U.S., Japan, Australia step in for weak Southeast Asia to chide China

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    OssanAmerica

    And I mistakenly believed and hoped that China (PRC) had evolved over the last couple of decades along with their economy. But I see that at the core they no better than North Korea in their twisted view of reality.

    Posted in: China criticizes U.S., Japan, Australia for 'fanning' tensions

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    OssanAmerica

    China hates Hillary They've hated her quite some time.That's good enough. Xing may learn the hard way why we cal her the nutcracker.

    Posted in: Democrats commit to U.S. defense of Japan under 'rebalance' to Asia

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    OssanAmerica

    Fre OkinJul. 27, 2016 - 11:15PM JST @OssanAmerica It is clear even US is starting to shy away from using PCA verdict to shame China into compliance

    The only thing that is clear is that China has no sense of shame. Do they pay you by the post or by word count?

    Posted in: U.S., Japan, Australia step in for weak Southeast Asia to chide China

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    OssanAmerica

    Fre OkinJul. 27, 2016 - 11:30AM JST @OssanAmerica "Wrong, the PAC ruling is legally binding."

    I exposed the PCA as a fraudulent body with no UN authenticity.....

    The only thing that China's position, rejection of not just the PAC ruling but the body itself exposes China's disregard for the rule of law shared by CIVILIZED countries on this planet. The more CCP supporters parrot the ridiculous Chinese Foreign Ministry position, the more this ugly view of China is impressed upon the world.

    "The Award of today’s date addresses the issues of jurisdiction not decided in the Award on Jurisdiction and Admissibility and the merits of the Philippines’ claims over which the Tribunal has jurisdiction. The Award is final and binding, as set out in Article 296 of the Convention and Article 11 of Annex VII. "

    https://pca-cpa.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/175/2016/07/PH-CN-20160712-Press-Release-No-11-English.pdf

    China's unilateral actions violate rules established under UNCLOS (United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea , to which China is a signatory. https://pca-cpa.org/en/services/arbitration-services/unclos/

    China can not act like an animal and argue ad infinitum to convince the world that they, not the rule of law is right. The rule of law is there to resolve disputes in a peaceful manner. But then, that doesn't seem to matter to China these days, does it?

    http://dailycaller.com/2016/07/05/chinese-propaganda-arm-prepare-for-war-in-the-south-china-sea/V

    Posted in: U.S., Japan, Australia step in for weak Southeast Asia to chide China

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    OssanAmerica

    The usual CCP propaganda not withstanding, there already is a settlement. The position of South Korea, that this resolution puts the issue to an end permanently is very telling.

    Posted in: Japan, S Korea agree to move toward implementation of comfort women deal

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    OssanAmerica

    crouching$amuraiHiddenNinjaJul. 27, 2016 - 08:36AM JST lol again, so many people here who believe Beijing has "no friends" is so completely naive. Vietnam and Russia's relationship with China has had some rocky periods

    Yes, "rocky periods" like shooting at each other. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/china/7720461/USSR-planned-nuclear-attack-on-China-in-1969.html http://www.npr.org/sections/parallels/2015/05/01/402572349/ask-the-vietnamese-about-war-and-they-think-china-not-the-u-s

    Posted in: U.S., Japan, Australia step in for weak Southeast Asia to chide China

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    OssanAmerica

    Wrong, the PAC ruling is legally binding. It simply has no enforcement mechanism. Two different issues.

    Posted in: U.S., Japan, Australia step in for weak Southeast Asia to chide China

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    OssanAmerica

    Far from nothing. The Park Administration has made a 180 degree turnaround from their pro-China policy of the last couple of years. Between pressure from their protector the United States, and the realization that despite efforts to be China's lapdog China wasn't going to be nice to them at all, South Korea has woken up and smelled the coffee. China is not cutting South Korea the slightest slack in it's territorial dispute with them, and while it has coddled and protected North Korea all through it's missile and nuclear arms development it has come out firmly against THAAD, which South Korea considers just a means to protect itself from North Korea's belligerence. South Korea isn't taking this nonsense from China and has come out openly against China's take over of the South China Sea. With this change in policy has come a change in the China lead anti-Japan position as well with the Park administration actively making changes to South Korean education and society to eliminate the anti-Japan bias that has flourished. It will be a matter of time before they eventually close in on the organizations that control and carry on the remaining anti-Japan agendas.

    Posted in: Japan, S Korea agree to move toward implementation of comfort women deal

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    OssanAmerica

    crouching$amuraiHiddenNinjaJul. 26, 2016 - 03:52PM JST Lol. It's pretty clear now that this South china sea is more of a "US and friends(Aussie and JPN)" vs "China and friends"

    China has no "friends". Just ask Russia or Vietnam how their "friendship" ended. China has "subserviants", the 21st century version of Tributary States perhaps; weak countries that it can force to act in their favor through economic pressures or threats. And the dog on the leash in Pyongyang.

    Posted in: U.S., Japan, Australia step in for weak Southeast Asia to chide China

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    OssanAmerica

    Too bad Hillary won't stoop his to his kindergarten level and start calling him Donald Dump. It would be pretty funny.

    Posted in: Trump's new derisive nickname for Clinton - 'Rotten'

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