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    daito_hak

    @usreamer

    +1000

    Posted in: 15-year-old boy turns himself in after killing mother, grandmother

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    daito_hak

    As long as the Japanese nationalists leading this country continue to call this past barbarian and savage treatment of women as "comfort women" instead of naming the things as they are, that is a slavery of women which went deep against human dignity, and as long as the Japanese media (including this site) continue to use the same terminology as those nationalists, don't expect any progress on the matter from the Japanese side.

    Posted in: Abe says he is 'deeply pained' over 'comfort women'

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    daito_hak

    "Japan is a country that values fiscal responsibility and economic security"

    To the author.

    You can probably express your point more precisely and save as much as five words (the last five) by replacing them just by "money". You see? Sounds more accurate and goes straight to the point.

    Don't thank me, you are welcome.

    Posted in: Survey asks Japanese women what professions they don’t want to date

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    daito_hak

    This is the stupidest way to have own child killed I have ever heard. Ever..... Got drunk and then fell asleep inside the bath with her baby, come on!!

    Posted in: 6-month-old girl drowns while in bath with mother

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    daito_hak

    @browny1

    Absolutely spot-on.

    What a load of garbage this Abe, using the horrible death of this boy in order to distract away from the corruption scandals that are spreading all over his government. He doesn't care a fraction of a second about the death of this boy, not a fraction.

    There are violent murders every single week in Japan (we learned today that a another boy killed his mother), he has never dared to bring to the Diet a discussion about this king of problem within the Japanese population (speaking about the violence in Japanese society is one of those many taboos that Japannese politicians refuse to talk about in order to protect the false image of a society in harmony more civilized than the rest of the world) and he just did it for distraction because he damn needs some distraction right now.

    Posted in: Abe expresses shock at murder of Kawasaki boy

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    daito_hak

    The second case of a mother killing BOTH of her children in less of a month (not forgetting the same previous cases happening regularly here). In my country, that would rise a serious debate among the society actors and authorities on what's going on, here it's almost a normal news.

    Now such dramatic events really, really emphasize a troubling and deeply rooted social malaise in Japanese society and those women killing their children with their own hands are the translation in the reality of a situation that the authorities have ignored way too long because of this ridiculous tendency of Japanese to declare taboo any uncomfortable situation in their country.

    Posted in: 29-year-old woman arrested for killing 2 young daughters

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    daito_hak

    Exactly M3M3M3, exactly.

    This is called screw people up for the sake of business, and in Japan they are so good at it...

    Posted in: 21 year-old woman in coma after building sign falls on her

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    daito_hak

    Gov't pressures companies to raise wages

    What will he do after he has realized that they are sitting on his request? Send them some Omiyage?

    Again like I said in another related topic, he is just doing some PR propaganda to appear in the media so that he can show some appeal to a population who believes easily anything (you know the same who believed in Abenomics).

    In reality he probably meets behind the doors the leaders of those companies and they laugh loud all together on the stupid face people are doing while they throw at them a considerable amount of BS.

    Posted in: Gov't pressures companies to raise wages

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    daito_hak

    “Last year, the highest wage increases in the past 15 years were achieved.

    Typical rhetoric of a Japanese politician who says something totally general without any number to back his claim and knowing that Japanese media will do nothing to question such blatant lie.

    Abe know that so he feels comfortable to just throw to the public plain propaganda. Which wage type is he talking about here? Nominal or real wage? The last time I looked at it, real wages have been decreasing during the entire year of 2014, basically they have been doing so the previous 16 consecutive months as measured last October. So what is this dude talking about?

    Saying that he had a mandate from the people, Abe said his administration will revive the economy to reach every corner of Japan.

    Again propaganda rhetoric. Given the low turnout and low support for the LDP relative to the population of Japan during the last genera elections, he hardly has a mandate from anyone. This sort of speech centered on himself and based on propaganda is really up to the level of some dictatorships, one of them is not very far from Japan.

    Its's not worth to comment the rest of what he said, this is just the usual BS that the Japanese population has been hearing apathetically for more than 50 years.

    Posted in: Abe pledges to carry out sweeping reforms

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    daito_hak

    Teachers will be tasked with encouraging students to think for themselves rather than just giving their opinions

    What does it even mean? This is meaningless.

    Posted in: Gov't releases guidelines for moral education

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    daito_hak

    The best thing is to keep all Arabs out of Japan.

    No, the best thing is to keep you out of Japan.

    Posted in: Japan steps up border control measures after IS threat

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    daito_hak

    They also likely won't be issuing any visas if any kind to people from countries in the Middle East or African Muslim countries or Pakistan likely. If they can't get in, they can't cause trouble.

    Unless they come to sign nice discounts on petrol and gas with Japan? Yeah, let me help you, your comment is full of hypocrisy.

    Posted in: Japan steps up border control measures after IS threat

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    daito_hak

    Typical Japanse driver: does't care at all what is going on behind him.

    Posted in: Woman killed after husband backs car into her while parking

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    daito_hak

    The most depressing for me:

    "More than 8,700 university professors, lawyers, teachers, journalists..."

    One would expect that this educated part of the population of a country which calls itself a democracy should be forward looking and should have the intellectual construction that is able to face an obscure nationalism, societal regression and fascism.

    Well, apparently not in Japan.

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    daito_hak

    8,700 idiots and losers!

    Their next step is to explain us that it isn't true, Japan actually wasn't involved in WWII and everyone else saying otherwise will be sued....

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    daito_hak

    Islamic State threat could stiffen Abe's stance on security

    Oh really, in which regard exactly?

    Will Abe send a bunch of amateur Japanese soldiers with absolutely no experience with the type of war that is going on in Syria and Irak to fight the barbarians of the Islamic State? No of course, no way. Let's be serious a moment, they will be eaten alive there.

    No, Abe has only his mouth with him and the only "stiffen stance" on security will be less freedom to the Japanese population for the sake of "protecting" them in a country already relatively oppressive.

    Posted in: Islamic State threat could stiffen Abe's stance on security

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    daito_hak

    This guy didn't only stole the patrol car, he drove for 30 minutes in the opposite direction in the highway. This is a miracle that he didn't make an accident.

    Posted in: Man runs out of gas; steals highway support vehicle that came to his aid

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    daito_hak

    Airbus doesn't make sense, they were the ones that pulled the plug cancelling the contract and now they are sueing Skymark for the cancellation?

    No, no, no. Airbus cancelled the contract because Skymark tried to completely change the original and signed contract because they suddenly decided that they wanted less planes and thought with incredible arrogance that they could just change the contract that they have themselves agreed and signed upon with Airbus. You can't just come like this arguing that the business is tough and try to renegotiate a contract for your own benefits since Skymark even went as fas as to think that they wouldn't have to pay penalties for the cancelled planes.

    Airbus of course doesn't play this silly Japanese inc game, they are professionals and a contract is a contrarct so they decided to stop any deal with Skymark and ther are totally right. Airbus has asked (as again stipulated by the contract) penalties because Skymark didn't fulfill its duties so they are suing them now because Skymark refuses to pay.

    Airbus is just following legally the contract Skymark has originally agreed with. This is Skymark which is tying to extort Airbus by violating what both parties have agreed on.

    Posted in: Airbus to sue Skymark in UK court over canceled A380 contract

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    daito_hak

    The economy is said to be improving.

    Yeah, yeah, it just went into recession. But apart from that, everything is going well.

    Posted in: 'Black companies' getting worse

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    daito_hak

    I live in Sapporo and I am starting to get very annoyed about the poor work the city is doing for the snow and ice covering not only the roads but also the side walks. They are basically running in minimum service but they are leaving places around the city with very dangerous conditions.

    The last few weeks, roads (and I am talking about major axis of traffic) were covered with ice bumps that made them dangerous not only because they are difficult to see in low light conditions but also even at low speed they are dangerous. The driver could lose control but also damage his/her car. Those bumps formed after a period of frequent changing temperatures and they didn't bother to remove the snow out of the roads before the bumps formed. People are having children in their cars, it's not acceptable that major axis of traffic are not properly cleaned up.

    It rained last Saturday, that's why the city became a giant ice skating surface. And again, they didn't do anything to reduce the risk and better guaranty the safety of people, I am not surprised that this accident occurred.

    I don't care that it costs the city a lot of money to clean the snow, I pay a lot of of local taxes. And it's not my fault that they are stupid enough to rely entirely on private companies for the snow removable. Those greedy companies all colluded together and fixed prices so that the city has not other choice than to pay more than it should.

    Posted in: Car skids on icy Sapporo road, hits 4 students

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