nedinjapan's past comments

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    nedinjapan

    Let them visit this place. They lost in their evil pursuit. We shall celebrate the success of American atomic bombing to end the imperial Japan once and for all, every year. God bless the pilots of those bombers.

    Posted in: Cabinet minister visits Yasukuni shrine

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    This is a win for Australia. Just compare the size of the markets, Japan's population versus that of Australia. Abe needed someone to like him, I guess.

    Posted in: Australia, Japan agree on free trade deal

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    @Magnet

    What happened to the investigators who got him convicted? Don't you get it? It was the whole Japanese Police system that got him convicted, to save its face after a major crime could not be solved. Hakamada was the Sacrifice they offered to their God. The only good thing is that he did not die to put them all at shame.

    Posted in: Former pro boxer freed from death row receives honorary WBC belt

  • -3

    nedinjapan

    Yakuza is part of Japanese culture and needs to be preserved!

    Posted in: Yamaguchi-gumi launches website with song, anti-drugs message

  • -4

    nedinjapan

    @lucabrasi I totally agree. They both did horrible things. With the Japanese, it was even worse because they considered their victims to be "logs" (Maruta). The horror movie "hostel" would be a normal everyday job at 731 labs.

    Posted in: China says Germans fine if their war atonement is compared to Japan

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    @Nenand

    If you read through information existing about 731 atrocities and the like, it is mentioned that German visitors from Gestapo were astonished to see what the Japanese were doing to their Chinese prisoners and told them: we do not practice at such extreme levels with anyone. After that they left. So maybe in numbers, Germans killed more people especially the Jewish, but the brutality shown by the Japanese was much worse. They commonly ripped apart people's bodies with no anesthesia nor any painkillers.

    Posted in: China says Germans fine if their war atonement is compared to Japan

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    nedinjapan

    No surprise! Japanese TV and other cultural media constantly promote Childish looks as feminine, beautiful, sexy, or simply said, Kawaii. You would notice it if you compare TV programs with a close neighbor, Korea. It is disgusting to see this fear of age growing to a scale that people worship adolescents in every respect including sexual imagery. You cannot change the culture drastically but it is good to remind the Japanese what this Kawaii culture id doing to the minds of their stressed out and frustrated men.

    Posted in: No. of child abuse, child porn cases reported in 2013 soars

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    nedinjapan

    It is shameful that such individuals are given a platform to honor war crimes. If it were Germany, they would be sent to court. Shame on this political system

    Posted in: Ishihara backs sacked military chief for Tokyo governor

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    nedinjapan

    It is not simply because of polite culture. The point here is the Young Woman asking for some money. This is the Cultural piece that runs all Shobai business in Japan; hostesses taking money from men through talking to them; this is how sales go up with men enjoying a little conversation with the lady clerk, .... The next cultural "pointo" (as Japanese say it) is "cashback" customs after a deal is made :-)

    Posted in: Tokyo woman haggles mugger down to Y1,000

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    nedinjapan

    の の の !

    Posted in: Japan elects cutest hiragana character

  • -1

    nedinjapan

    I guess the underlying philosophy is that to hold urine is not safe for your health. So if we abide by the principle of safety, a Japanese value, we should allow people to relieve themselves and avoid a bladder burst, when such a situation comes up! It is just a bit odd that he had to pee at the same spot for so long; maybe he became conditioned to the elevator environment, like Pavolv's dogs :-)

    Posted in: Fukuoka man ordered to pay over Y1 mil for peeing in elevator…every day for half a year

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    nedinjapan

    Good to know we can avoid all afterlife problems with just this one belief. It appears problems of the material world are a lot more difficult to solve ... Any solutions for them?

    Posted in: Spiritual message

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    nedinjapan

    To pee in public is a Japanese custom and quite common. I have seen tens and tens of men doing that in all different kinds of places. The problem here is that he kept peeing on the same spot, and did not diversify! Other Japanese men are recommended to kindly relieve themselves according to Japanese custom in RANDOM places, please!

    Posted in: Fukuoka man ordered to pay over Y1 mil for peeing in elevator…every day for half a year

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    nedinjapan

    I lived in Kyoto for 5 years. Yakuza divide the city into areas that become their territories and charge some businesses such as construction and so on. Refusing to pay would put the authority of a gang under question, and having him shot would send a message to others. While this is happening, you can find the police force checking the bicycle lights of students going to their labs in Kyoto University, and they are very strict about the rules! :-)

    Posted in: Gyoza restaurant chain boss shot dead in Kyoto

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    nedinjapan

    Is there a name for his mental condition? Seriously ...

    Posted in: University student arrested for kicking stroller with baby in it

  • -4

    nedinjapan

    After I complained from a Japanese stalker, I was told that police could not protect me, I must consider changing my home, and then my job, and returning to my homeland, because it was impossible for them to call (by phone) the stalker because my proof was not enough. Well, I had called police for a break and entry and they had talked to the stalker about it, but that was not enough proof. In short, guys, be careful; this nation only cares about Japanese citizens and the non-Japanese are not protected from stalkers...

    Posted in: Tokyo police form first ever stalker investigative squad

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    nedinjapan

    Welcome to Japan where people go on with mistakes and pretend things are OK; where police grabs someone and blames him for everything that went wrong, where there is little sense in so many everyday matters, and still life goes on as usual ...

    Posted in: Passenger dies after falling out of taxi; driver arrested

  • 0

    nedinjapan

    If you sentence someone to death, dont make them wait years for it.

    The Japanese legal system believes that slow action implies higher quality of processing. They simply delay decisions on the basis of this idea. Sometimes they know they have made a bad decision then they delay releasing it to imply it was the best decision that one could make!

    Posted in: Japan hangs two death-row inmates

  • -3

    nedinjapan

    Let me quote from police: "we do not have bodyguards; if someone poses a danger to you, we recommend hiring a bodyguard." No, J. Police has nothing, not even a sense of justice. They simply act according to their own interpretation of law and regulations and their major priority is their own job welfare. They do not care about the rest, at all. They are the closest it can get to robots, no mind of their own, simply programmed to do stuff they can do ...

    Posted in: Chiba policeman arrested for stalking ex-girlfriend

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    nedinjapan

    I come from the police station where I complained from my stalker. They recommended me to change my home, and when I said the stalker would follow me from work, they recommended changing my job, because my life was more important! Can you believe these are the policemen we pay taxes to work?

    Posted in: Chiba policeman arrested for stalking ex-girlfriend

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