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    Default Japlish

    "26 March 2016

    "Over 30,000 people turned up for demonstrations in Tokyo to protest a plan being promoted by Japan's prime minister to restart a number of nuclear power plants. On March 11, Japan marked the five-year anniversary of the devastating Fukushima disaster."

    See the full report at: https://www.rt.com/news/337325-anti-...r-rally-tokyo/

    30,000 might seem like many protesters, but due to the high population density in the area, only a miniscule 0.007% of the people who live in the Kanto region decided it was important enough to show to protest this political decision.

    Moreover, most Japs do not care that their inability to learn how to read English instructions after years of schooling (as evidenced by the dominance of Japlish) worsened the Fukushima disaster. The Evil Japs do not care that using the Pacific Ocean as their nuclear toilet sickens all life on the planet, so plan to do it again.

    An example of Japlish: "'We wish all the time to be able to provide you fresh bread and to propose you a joy of eating life with bread. Especially, we want to be a host at dinner of your kitchen. We are waiting for you with various kinds of bread, cakes and sandwiches.'"

    Anyone not surprised why the Japs misunderstood the instructions for running American-made (GE) nuclear reactors, having them run without external power and water? We were lucky that it was not worse than it was.

    Read more about Japlish at: http://www.theguardian.com/education...tion.languages

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    Dear Dr Dodo. What is this anti-Jap slant you are seemingly obsessed with? Or are you anti-Asian? OK, I admit to being strongly anti-Zionist, but aren't you of Asian blood yourself? And Toyotas have taken over the world. Toyota is gud. And Suzuki, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Honda and Mitsubishi. But Fukushima is not gud...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katz View Post
    Dear Dr Dodo. What is this anti-Jap slant you are seemingly obsessed with? Or are you anti-Asian? OK, I admit to being strongly anti-Zionist, but aren't you of Asian blood yourself? And Toyotas have taken over the world. Toyota is gud. And Suzuki, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Honda and Mitsubishi. But Fukushima is not gud...
    Mr. Katz, are you a member of the Special High Police (Tokko) criticizing my critiques ("closely monitored the population for any words that might be construed as satire of officialdom, or worse, criticism of the Emperor")? I will admit you are the king of the satanists, err, satirists in this forum that the abN0rmal, humor-impaired, see as misanthropic. No need for jealousy--your position at the top (or is that bottom?) is secure... at least until Mgr. Aslan returns from his sabbatical.

    Source of quote: http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/201...y-any-offense/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dodo View Post
    Mr. Katz, are you a member of the Special High Police (Tokko) criticizing my critiques ("closely monitored the population for any words that might be construed as satire of officialdom, or worse, criticism of the Emperor")? I will admit you are the king of the satanists, err, satirists in this forum that the abN0rmal, humor-impaired, see as misanthropic. No need for jealousy--your position at the top (or is that bottom?) is secure... at least until Mgr. Aslan returns from his sabbatical.

    Source of quote: http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/201...y-any-offense/
    The real reason it went extinct is because them damn Japs ate em all...



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    "Japan suffers geriatric crime wave: Elderly turn to shoplifting
    • "Thirty five per cent of shoplifting offenders in Japan are over 60 years old
    • "Many seniors have a very small income so are getting sent to jail deliberately
    • "A new study calls for more investment in caring for the country's elderly

    "The number of elderly Japanese people turning to crime so that they can live for free in prison is soaring, according to a new study.

    "Around 35 per cent of shoplifting offences in Japan are carried out by people over the age of 60, crime figures show. This has risen from 20.4 per cent in 2005.

    "And these offences are often not isolated occurrences, as around 40 per cent of over-sixties who do re-offend have done so more than six times.

    "According to the Financial Times, a major factor driving the geriatric crime wave is old-age poverty.

    "And while there are special work programmes for elderly Japanese people, many do not work and have little money to live off.

    "A typical Japanese senior with low savings is living off £4,800 each year, according to a study on the economics of elderly crime by Michael Newman of Tokyo-based research house Custom Products Research.

    "'Hugging one's grandchildren is surely a better option than talking to them through a glass window. If you are in prison you are supposed to be old when you leave not when you enter it. Not so in Japan,' the study says.

    "Japan's strict judiciary system meaning even the theft of a sandwich can land a person in prison for two years - poorer seniors don't have to do much to earn themselves a stay behind bars, where food, accommodation and healthcare is free.

    "Japan's prison system is aware of the increase and capacity has been being increased in the country's prisons for a number of years.

    "The study's writers suggest investing more in caring for the elderly as a way of trying to keep the prosecution numbers -- and so jail costs -- down."

    Read the full story at: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...cared-for.html

    Related article: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...ng-stakes.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katz View Post
    The real reason it went extinct is because them damn Japs ate em all...
    Being one the few remaining dodos, my understanding of my cultural heritage and history is extremely limited, so your remark helped answer many of my questions. The Japs tried to eliminate other groups, but less successfully, so that the survivors of those atrocities remain in large enough numbers to try to correct the lies that the Japs tell.

    The Nanking Massacre denial is one of the better known ways that the Japs attempt to rewrite history without using all the available facts. Wikipedia discusses this:



    "Imperial Japanese forces murdered tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands of Chinese soldiers and civilians during the Second Sino-Japanese War, and is a highly controversial episode in Sino-Japanese relations.... In Japan, ... there has been a heated debate over the extent and nature of the massacre. Relations between Japan and China have been complicated as a result, as denial of the massacre is seen as part of an overall unwillingness on Japan's part to admit and apologize for its aggression, or a perceived insensitivity regarding the killings. Estimates of the death toll vary widely, ranging from 40,000 to over 300,000. Some scholars, notably the revisionists in Japan, have contended that the actual death toll is far lower, or even that the event was entirely fabricated and never occurred at all. These revisionist accounts of the killings have become a staple of Japanese nationalist discourse.

    "The denial of the atrocity is among the key missions of the influential lobby Nippon Kaigi, a revisionist organization that claims 35,000 members, including 15 of the 18 members of the government following the 2014 reshuffle, including Prime Minister Shinzo Abe himself."

    Wikipedia page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nanking_Massacre_denial

    Related page on how Japs try to distort the content of school textbooks: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japane..._controversies

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    [Apparently, the word "apart - heid" ist verboten.]



    "Arudou v. Earth Cure

    "[Debito] Arudou objected to the policies of three bathhouses in Hokkaido, Japan, in the late 1990s that had posted 'No Foreigners' or 'Japanese Only' signs on their doors. Arudou led a multinational group of 17 people of various nationalities (United States, Chinese, German, and Japanese) to enter the Yunohana bathhouse in Otaru and test the firmness of the 'No Foreigners' policy posted on its door. The group attempted the walk-ins twice. Arudou returned to Yunohana in October 2000 for a third time as a naturalized Japanese citizen, but again was refused entry. The manager accepted that Arudou was a Japanese national, but refused him entry on the grounds that his foreign appearance could drive Japanese customers take their business elsewhere.

    "Arudou and two co-plaintiffs, Kenneth Lee Sutherland and Olaf Karthaus, in February 2001 sued Earth Cure in district court pleading racial discrimination, and the City of Otaru for violation of the United Nations Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, a treaty which Japan ratified in 1996. On November 11, 2002, the Sapporo District Court ordered Earth Cure to pay the plaintiffs ¥1 million each (about US$25,000 in total) in damages. The court stated that 'categorically refusing all foreigners constitutes irrational discrimination, exceeds social norms, and amounts to an illegal act.''

    Read more about this and the plaintiff at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Debito_Arudou
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    "Capital punishment is a legal penalty in Japan. It is applied in practice only for murder, and executions are carried out by hanging.

    ...

    "Having signed both the Convention on the Rights of the Child and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, which forbid any execution for crimes committed under the age of 18, Japan sets the minimum age for capital punishment at 18. Although death sentences for minors (defined in Japan as those under age 20) are rare, those who commit capital crimes at age 18 or 19 may be legally sentenced to death.

    "Nine juvenile criminals have received death sentences that were finalised since 1966.

    ...

    "Although the public has generally supported the death penalty, capital punishment is a contentious issue in Japan nonetheless. The government regularly monitor support for the death penalty, the last survey in 2015 showing 80.3 % of the public believing that the death penalty is 'permissible' and 9.7 % that it should be abolished."

    Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capita...hment_in_Japan

    Related article: http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/201...mates-gallows/

    Also from Wikipedia, ...

    "Iwao Hakamada (born 1936) is a Japanese former professional boxer who was sentenced to death on September 11, 1968, for a 1966 mass murder that became known as the Hakamada Incident. On March 10, 2011, Guinness World Records certified Hakamada as the world's longest-held death row inmate. In March 2014, he was granted a retrial and an immediate release when the Shizuoka district court found there was reason to believe evidence against him had been falsified."

    Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iwao_Hakamada

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    Default Aslan in Japan

    "Tokyo police baffled by theft of hand straps from commuter trains

    "Investigators are scratching their heads over the theft of hundreds of hand straps from Tokyo commuter trains.

    "Operators are urging anyone who knows what's going on to clue them in.

    "The straps are difficult to remove and they fetch next to nothing at resale, and vandalism for its own sake is rare in Japan.

    "The culprit is prolific: At least 400 straps have been stolen from the train cars of major railways in and around Tokyo since November [2015].

    "A wide range of rail lines have been hit.

    "The latest was the Seibu Ikebukuro Line, where on Saturday evening a man reported to staff at Sayamagaoka Station in Tokorozawa, Saitama Prefecture, that straps were missing from the car he rode. The operator checked and found 16 missing in two cars and reported the matter to police.

    "'I have no idea what this person is going to use them for, but it causes trouble for our customers so I hope this person will stop doing this,' a Seibu Group spokesperson said.

    "Meanwhile, Tokyu Corp. revealed that 182 straps are missing from the Denentoshi Line, 17 from the Toyoko Line and two from the Meguro Line.

    "Tokyo Metro Co. said 80 straps are missing from trains on its Hibiya, Chiyoda, Yurakucho and Fukutoshin Lines.

    "Thefts have occurred on other lines, too, including 54 from trains operated by Odakyu Electric Railway Co., 16 from Tobu Railway Co., 9 from Keio Corp. and 20 from Japan Railway trains.

    "Hand straps are provided for commuters to cling to as they sway in packed rush-hour services. They have strict strength requirements set by the Japan Association of Rolling Stock Industries.

    "'We take into account the force applied when a passenger pulls or twists the grab handle during a ride, in normal usage,' said Yusuke Tanaka, who heads the association’s engineering division.

    "An employee of a company that manufactures straps stressed that the grab handles simply do not come off under normal usage.

    "Rail fans do, however, value them as memorabilia. When private rail operator Keikyu Corp. replaced a slew of straps recently, it sold about 500 of the old ones for ¥100 to ¥200 each. 'They sold pretty well,' a company representative said.

    "That said, for a thief the return seems hardly worth the risk.

    "'The straps aren't anything you could gain a huge profit by reselling them, so I believe it is either a prank or this person just wanted to make some noise,' said journalist Jun Umehara, who covers railway issues.

    "Railway companies are beefing up security patrols on trains and in stations."

    Source: http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/201...mmuter-trains/

    Anyone else think that this is the handiwork of Mgr. Aslan?

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    "Zaitokukai, full name Zainichi Tokken o Yurusanai Shimin no Kai (meaning Association of Citizens against the Special Privileges of the Zainichi), is a Japanese political organization that seeks to eliminate perceived privileges extended to Zainichi Koreans [some of whom] hold South Korean or North Korean citizenship. Its membership between 9,000 to over 15,000, and the Western media has called them 'J-racism's hottest new upstarts.'

    "It was founded and led by a man who goes by the assumed name, Makoto Sakurai. On November 16, 2014, Yasuhiro Yagi was selected as chairman for the fifth term as the result of a vote of confidence by the group's members. It is considered an extremist group.

    "Zaitokukai was founded on December 2, 2006, and held its inaugural meeting in January 2007.

    "Sakurai[] founded Zaitokukai after seeing a TV news report about a group of Japanese citizens [that] organized to support Zainichi Koreans who brought a lawsuit to obtain national pensions without making any premium payments. Sakurai was disturbed by the fact that there were Japanese who backed a suit which he thought could destroy the Japanese pension system. He then searched for a conservative political organization fighting against what he regarded as an extraordinary demand of Zainichi Koreans, but could find none. He then decided to establish Zaitokukai.

    "The group has been protesting against the extension of suffrage to foreign nationals. In September 2009, it held a demonstration in Akihabara calling for the resistance to granting suffrage to foreign nationals with about 1,000 participants, according to Sakurai himself. Some time before that, Zaitokukai held a counter-protest against a demonstration by more than 3,000 in Ginza, Tokyo, organized by Mindan (the Korean Residents Union in Japan) to extend suffrage to foreigners."

    Full Wikipedia article at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zaitokukai

    News articles at: http://www.japantimes.co.jp/tag/zaitokukai/

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    Default Anime

    If you do not know what anime is, consider yourself lucky. But of course, the evil influence of anime has affected cultures everywhere.

    This early example seems somewhat innocuous....



    Learn more about the above film at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katsudō_Shashin

    Later anime, like the following from 1934, has messaging that seems obvious (and easy to resist) to us, but had a strong influence that encouraged support of warmongering on the Japs of the time.



    The following selection, of some modern anime, contains more subtle messaging of a malevolent quality.



    More disturbing anime images at: https://www.pinterest.com/lauramanson13/nazi-anime/
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    Default Abnormal Avoidance of Social Contact

    Japs are full of shame--rightfully so. Consequently, many of their youth have become hikikomori (OED: "In Japan: abnormal avoidance of social contact"). The Japs are the trendsetters, leading the way for a boom in hikikomori in Europe and the Americas.

    "'I don't want to talk to anybody. I don't want to do anything. I don't even have the will to pick up the phone. Just what am I supposed to do?' Welcome to NHK! was a novel, comic book and cartoon about the life of a hikikomori."



    "Hikikomori: Why are so many Japanese men refusing to leave their rooms?

    ...

    "In Japan, hikikomori, a term that's also used to describe the young people who withdraw, is a word that everyone knows.
    Find out more

    "Tamaki Saito was a newly qualified psychiatrist when, in the early 1990s, he was struck by the number of parents who sought his help with children who had quit school and hidden themselves away for months and sometimes years at a time. These young people were often from middle-class families, they were almost always male, and the average age for their withdrawal was 15.

    "It might sound like straightforward teenage laziness. Why not stay in your room while your parents wait on you? But Saito says sufferers are paralysed by profound social fears.

    "'They are tormented in the mind,' he says. 'They want to go out in the world, they want to make friends or lovers, but they can't.'

    ...

    "A conservative estimate of the number of people [in Japan] now affected [in 2013] is 200,000, but a 2010 survey for the Japanese Cabinet Office came back with a much higher figure -- 700,000. Since sufferers are by definition hidden away, Saito himself places the figure higher still, at around one million.

    "The average age of hikikomori also seems to have risen over the last two decades. Before it was 21 -- now it is 32."

    Read the full article at: http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-23182523


    Related film trailer for "Seishin":



    Review of "Seishin": http://www.japantoday.com/category/a...lness-in-japan

    Film website: http://www.laboratoryx.us/mental/synopsis.html

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    Dear Dr Dodo, enuff already with the Jap bashing. They are minor players in world affairs. And Toyota is good. Jap culture and habits are er, meaningless in the big picture. As you know, I have personally waged a long campaign against the evil of Jews, and in particular... Zionism. You may have noticed they are taking over the world, not just the United States. Meanwhile, you blather about Jap cartoon characters.

    And the Japs are not evil. What was evil was the United States dropping two nukes on civilian targets at the end of WW2.

    I brought this article to show you exactly the extent of the Jew problem. Forget the Japs. Read this...

    http://one-just-world.blogspot.com.au/2016/04/the-jewish-yinon-plan-behind-death.htmlAn
    Last edited by Katz; April 21st, 2016 at 06:27 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katz View Post
    As you know, I have personally waged a long campaign against the evil of Jews, and in particular... Zionism. You may have noticed they are taking over the world, not just the United States. Meanwhile, you blather about Jap cartoon characters.

    And the Japs are not evil.
    So, Mr. Katz, is Sugihara: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chiune_Sugihara

    good or evil? And why?


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