Migrant rape in Japan Watch

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(Original post by Konahagakure)
Are you confused??? Some made a comment about the neighbors of Japan so I responded but did not quote them. The immigration issue was not irrelevant. Did you even read the first comment on this thread?
Nothing about your initial statement is confusing:

(Original post by Konahagakure)
Lol don't the Japanese remember what they did to Korea and China?
Your intention was clear and I've made outlined it earlier.
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"Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto: First and foremost, I must point out that in Japan as well as many other countries, there are many people who express their different ideas. That is the system that we have in our country, which I hope that you can understand. On that condition, I would like to say definitely that some comments do not really follow the true intentions of the Government of Japan or those of the vast majority of the Japanese people. In 1995, on the 50th anniversary of the end of World War II, the Government of Japan expressed its resolution through the statement by the Prime Minister, which states that during a certain period in the past, Japan's conduct caused tremendous damage and suffering to the people of many countries, including China, and the Prime Minister expressed his feeling of deep remorse and stated his heartfelt apology, while giving his word to make efforts for peace. I myself was one of the ministers who was involved in drafting this statement. I would like to repeat that this is the official position of the Government of Japan. During the summit meeting that I had during my visit to China, I have made this point very clear in a frank manner to the Chinese side. Premier Li Peng said that he concurs completely with my remarks. There is one more point that I would like to make. Immediately after this press conference, I will visit the northeastern region of China, which is the first time for a Japanese prime minister to visit this region since the end of World War II. I am going to visit the War Memorial Museum, looking straight at the past history. I wanted to experience the real fruit of friendship and cooperation as we look toward the future. I have selected this itinerary myself, because of the hope that I just expressed."
http://www.mofa.go.jp/region/asia-pa...ference.html#4

Whilst some Japanese officials have refused or shown reluctance to apologise for Japanese crimes during WW2, it does not mean that all Japanese officials have refused to do so.
Many of the Shinto association’s aims overlap with those of another increasingly influential group, Nippon Kaigi (Japan Conference), whose 38,000 members, including Abe and most of his cabinet, believe that Japan “liberated” Asia from Western colonial powers, and that the postwar constitution has emasculated the country’s “true, original characteristics”.

Likened by some to the Tea party in the US, Nippon Kaigi believes that Japan’s postwar education system promotes a “masochistic” view of its modern history; under pressure from its members several school authorities have adopted textbooks that gloss over or ignore Japan’s wartime atrocities.

http://www.theguardian.com/world/201...eron-obama-abe

just today on the guardian.

But i can understand why france wants to downplay imperialism. France did a "Japan" in Algeria. And ultimately this.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Su...ce#Destruction
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(Original post by Konahagakure)
The Japanese should repay Korea, China and all the countries that experienced their aggression.
(This doesn't mean I agree with what happened)
No one should repay for what their predecessors did.

People should ideally be charitable to those in less fortunate circumstances.

Reparations is a wrong word to use, because in its definition it's paying back for one's own wrong doing, when they're the ones who haven't been at fault.

Find another word in its place and I wouldn't care.

(I know you didn't explicitly say the word "reparations", but I find people tend to mean that regardless.)

(Original post by JollyCynic)
So you've taken a sample group of 27 people, and from that are hoping to extrapolate a meaningful conclusion to apply to over a million dis-similar people, according to your own premise.

Well, at least you've recoginised your inability to do maths and asked the rest of us to pick up the slack.
Touché.
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These rapists should have their balls cut and forced down their sinkie throats.
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at least Nippon still have the death sentence.
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(Original post by Konahagakure)
The Japanese should repay Korea, China and all the countries that experienced their aggression.
(This doesn't mean I agree with what happened)
(Original post by ohgeez)
No PC or apologism infecting Japanese society. Look up Unit 731 to see how vicious they can be as well.
Not at all relevant to the thread. The people of Japan today have nothing to do with the crimes committed during WW2, the only thing they share in common is nationality, and it's disgusting that you would even bring this up as to drag the country. It's almost as if you're suggesting the Japanese 'deserve' these rapes. I don't see anyone running in to say German deserves all the problems associated with its refugee crisis because of the atrocities committed during WW2.

And Japan already does it millions to Korea and China. Repatriations are a stupid idea, but that's not relevant to what's being discussed here, so I'll end it there.
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Japan should build a wall.
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Not at all relevant to the thread. The people of Japan today have nothing to do with the crimes committed during WW2, the only thing they share in common is nationality, and it's disgusting that you would even bring this up as to drag the country. It's almost as if you're suggesting the Japanese 'deserve' these rapes. I don't see anyone running in to say German deserves all the problems associated with its refugee crisis because of the atrocities committed during WW2.

And Japan already does it millions to Korea and China. Repatriations are a stupid idea, but that's not relevant to what's being discussed here, so I'll end it there.
It's an accusation that SJW's level at the West all the time though. Your country did X so you deserve Y.
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(Original post by Konahagakure)
The Japanese should repay Korea,China and all the countries that experienced their aggression.
(This doesn't mean I agree with what happened)
I think you're comment is very one-sided. It's very obvious that you only know one side of the story and if you didn't know, the government controls the education, therefore whatever you learn is according to what the government wants you to know. It is highly likely that they have hidden bits of information that flaw china and korea. Your view that japan should repay is also very inconsiderate to the japanese living today, who are not involved with what happened in the past.
I dont think bringing up the past will improve the past anyway. What's done is done and we should all learn from mistakes, even if it isn't ours.
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I lived in Japan for three years in the late 1980's /early '90's. It was such a safe country. You could walk down the street at three in the morning virtually naked and it would have been safer than many would have been in Manchester,Birmingham or London in the daytime. Such lovely people. I'm very sad to hear about this happening. I am really starting to develop a deep hatred for certain people of a certain religion.
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I am really starting to develop a deep hatred for certain people of a certain religion.
lmao we dont care.
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lmao we dont care.
I'm sure you don't. Muslims are offended by everything and ashamed of nothing.
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I'm sure you don't. Muslims are offended by everything and ashamed of nothing.
im not offended im just laughing at you.
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(Original post by TheTechN1304)
Not at all relevant to the thread. The people of Japan today have nothing to do with the crimes committed during WW2, the only thing they share in common is nationality, and it's disgusting that you would even bring this up as to drag the country. It's almost as if you're suggesting the Japanese 'deserve' these rapes. I don't see anyone running in to say German deserves all the problems associated with its refugee crisis because of the atrocities committed during WW2.

And Japan already does it millions to Korea and China. Repatriations are a stupid idea, but that's not relevant to what's being discussed here, so I'll end it there.
Nope it was relevant I already explained to the other guy why I mentioned Korea and China.
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(Original post by Aceadria)
Nothing about your initial statement is confusing:



Your intention was clear and I've made outlined it earlier.
You cannot tell ME what MY intention was.
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I'm sure you don't. Muslims are offended by everything and ashamed of nothing.
Be quiet and just leave if you're going to start over generalise people.
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(Original post by markova21)
I lived in Japan for three years in the late 1980's /early '90's. It was such a safe country. You could walk down the street at three in the morning virtually naked and it would have been safer than many would have been in Manchester,Birmingham or London in the daytime. Such lovely people. I'm very sad to hear about this happening. I am really starting to develop a deep hatred for certain people of a certain religion.
It's still like that. You can see kids barely out of toddler age walking alone on the streets because no one abducts them. Couldn't even imagine that in the west.
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(Original post by Konahagakure)
Be quiet and just leave if you're going to start over generalise people.
Like what you did in your own thread.

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I think you're comment is very one-sided. It's very obvious that you only know one side of the story and if you didn't know, the government controls the education, therefore whatever you learn is according to what the government wants you to know. It is highly likely that they have hidden bits of information that flaw china and korea. Your view that japan should repay is also very inconsiderate to the japanese living today, who are not involved with what happened in the past.
I dont think bringing up the past will improve the past anyway. What's done is done and we should all learn from mistakes, even if it isn't ours.
Lmao.. alot of countries other than Korea and China are furious with japans action of whitewashing history. It doesn't get any media attention I don't know why. Namely Philippine Malaysia and hong kong. A bit in taiwan
Are you suggesting all these countries suddenly decide to gang up on japan and hide certain facts. That's more like what Japan is doing.

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Like what you did in your own thread.

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Why would 100% of a population of 73 million people be involved in a war???
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