nedinjapan's past comments

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    nedinjapan

    Let me explain how he could do it. Most Japanese people cannot say no asseryively! So if someone tries hard enough and insists for a long time, he can almost always win. A few Japanese men have told me how they pick up a girl and insist and finally take her to hotel any evening they want to. They say it is enough to insist and refuse any excuse the woman makes. This guy used a sleeping pill only because he wanted to film them too. He could have insisted it was for a film audition! Probably because of his age he needed to drug them.

    Posted in: Man arrested for drugging, raping over 100 women in fake clinical study

  • 1

    nedinjapan

    To avoid incidents like this, they need to Separate Road traffic watch from (criminal) Police force. I know some countries have already done that. Now, there is so much confusion in both the police force and people regarding some little traffic violations. People are so much scared of being treated as a criminal for this traffic violations, while some police treat ordinary people like criminals for not wearing a helmet. Even the police siren could make these young kids scare and response in an agitated way. Blame the system not the kids or the system abiding police.

    Posted in: Two 15-year-old girls on minibike crash after police chase; one dead

  • 1

    nedinjapan

    She could have avoided all this if she had printed a disclaimer on the Kayak saying" Ime-ji desu" :-) They commonly use this disclaimer who tell people that a drwan picture is an image (whatever that means ...)!

    Posted in: Sex shop owner freed; vagina artist still held

  • 0

    nedinjapan

    Poor Japanese companies like Canon that have lost their China market because of this nonsense political moves. The root of all this is a deep sense of inferiority that causes them to over compensate. I have heard that Abe had a shrink to help him get over his mental breakdown. i wish the guy could also treat his deep rooted sense of loss and defeat that he is trying to compensate by honoring criminals.

    Posted in: New internal affairs minister says she will visit Yasukuni Shrine

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    nedinjapan

    Oh, on another post I was just talking about the police perverts in Japan. Remmeber only a small percentage is ever reported and even a much smaller portin gets into media. You have a systematic problem with your police and it is better to accept it, JJ.

    Posted in: Osaka police sergeant arrested for putting smartphone between woman's legs on train

  • -1

    nedinjapan

    Disillusioned, I agree with half of what you are saying but not the other half! With so many pervert police in Japan, people may be right to panick when they know police has has excuse to press on them hard. However, if as you say, police do that more frequently, I guess only the pervy cases will fly up the roof, not that people will not get used to them though :-)

    Posted in: Driver fleeing from police injures 3 pedestrians

  • 0

    nedinjapan

    There was a Japanese woman I had some relationship but it did not last. She was still emotionally suffering from her dad's suicide after his business went bankrupt when she was a tenager. She said yakuza came after her and made her work for years to pay for the debts her father had caused. In this case, I think suicide was not a courageous act.

    Posted in: In some countries, including Japan, suicide is seen as a means to atone for a scandal or wrongdoing. What are your views on this?

  • 2

    nedinjapan

    Mercury at levels lower than what may cause death, damages the nervous system. Lower levels of intelligence and other intellectual problems, even personality disorders, could be more common among a population with higher mercury levels in their blood.

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  • 2

    nedinjapan

    The title of this news is misleading. She is not taking the town to court, but a business, a museum. Apparently, they are very defensive and are afraid of being negatively presented so they overreact and this is a good chance for the activists to used law against them. I hope the court decision will show that rule of law still exists in Japan and you need to be tolerant of different views. It is sad to see many comments here are against spirit of democracy.

    Posted in: Australian activist takes dolphin slaughter town to court

  • 10

    nedinjapan

    We should especially be grateful to American soldiers who lot their lives to save the world from a ruthless imperial power. The Japanese civilians were victims to the imperial system.

    Posted in: Okinawa marks 69th anniversary of bloody World War II battle

  • 4

    nedinjapan

    I was only using some sarcastic fun to poke at this news. But don't you see? A big part of the Kawaii culture revolves around eroticizing childish looks. Pretty disgusting but true!

    Posted in: Japan to ban possession of child porn, but manga, anime exempt

  • -26

    nedinjapan

    I think Japan should not accept to back on this even for an inch! They can take their case to the International Court of Justice and argue that child eroticism is part of Japanese culture and other countries should try to understand and respect that!

    Posted in: Japan to ban possession of child porn, but manga, anime exempt

  • 2

    nedinjapan

    I have a comprise solution for Japan versus, Korea, China, ... Demolish the atomic bomb museums and forget Japan was ever bombed, and other countries in the region will forget your crimes. Stop crying over the atomic bomb victims and holding memorials for the two cities. We are tired of that already.... How does that work for you, Japan?

    Posted in: 6 former 'comfort women' demand apology from Japan

  • 4

    nedinjapan

    Everybody knows what is happening at police stations and they still play this "game" of no, it is the costs, or criminals are too shy to confess in front of a camera ... Have you noticed that so many people in Japan act like they do not know what is happening, like they are stupid or something? This is a social value!

    Posted in: Police may film interrogations under new proposals

  • 1

    nedinjapan

    Police in Japan routinely use intimidation techniques and bullying to do their work. The backlash is not that easy to take. They may commit suicide but more often they do petty crime like shoplifting, or weird crime like you know what ... The system needs to be reformed.

    Posted in: 2 Fukushima police officers found dead in apparent suicides this week

  • 1

    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

  • 2

    nedinjapan

    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.

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    nedinjapan

    @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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