reply to post by WorkingClassMan
That's good cause I aint giving them a piece of my country & I wouldn't force anyone to leave their own, however if their country = certain death I
am open to integrating a certain amount into my own country unfortunately for them they would have to make sacrifices like obeying our laws & customs
not their own. (small price to pay really)
In my experience, most Japanese are law abiding worker bees. They tend to follow the laws of the country they visit or migrate to. Customs are
different from laws, and people should be allowed to follow any custom that does not go against the law of the land. My opinion, anyway.
To be honest I'm not sure where I stand on the Fuk debate atm, history makes me sceptical of msm but Jap culture & history makes me sceptical of them
telling the truth even more and I can't see how in its current shape it is not spreading radiation with the potential to end life at least in Japan.
My home in Japan is Iwaki, Fukushima. I really don't believe there are any major threats from Fukushima. Previously, in this thread, I post 3
photographs. 2 are from Fukushima, and 1 is from Tokyo. I recently spent a lot of time catching frogs around Fukushima, just to see how they are
holding up. Frogs can act as an indicator for bad environmental conditions. I have a degree in wildlife biology, and have studied frogs as a
I know nothing of toxic environment in Oregon you speak of.
It's called the Oregon Crud. There is an Illuminati card of that name. Now, the real conspiracy is that a search for Oregon Crud no longer
generates any websites detailing the clusters of illnesses associated with it. Basically, either forestry and mining was polluting parts of Oregon
with toxic chemicals. A year ago, I could have quickly found dozens of pages to share on the topic.
Seens u live in Japan can you enlighten me on why when the Japs surrendered none committed Hari Kari, they treated us like dogs and frequently cut of
people heads for being dishonored in surrender why were they not subject to the same dishonour do they have some sought of back door built in where 1
can surrender and still retain their dignity.
My great-grandfather was in the U.S. Navy, during WW2. He was on a PT boat that was torpedoed by the Japanese. He was one of only a handful of
survivors. He had hated the "gooks", more than anyone else I've encountered, but somehow I still ended up married to a Japanese woman. I do not
live in Japan all year. I spend a random 6 months of the year in the U.S.
I can only offer my thoughts for your last questions. I believe most, if not all Japanese military, killed themselves if captured. Many others
killed themselves to avoid capture. Many Japanese civilians also killed themselves when they heard the Allies were coming. The Allies occupied Japan
for years after WW2 ended. This was basically a restructuring of Japan under U.S. military control. Japan was basically turned into what the U.S.
wanted it to become. Many Japanese were convicted of war crimes and executed during the occupation. MacArthur pardoned some of the Japanese who
should have been executed. Reflecting on that now, I would venture to say that the pardoned Japanese, who did not kill themselves, acted dishonorable
according to how I understand Japanese culture.
Yes, the Japanese were extremely savage during the war, but world human history is full of savage wars that killed many innocents. I am not
attempting to condone the atrocities commited by the Japanese. I do not know the full list of atrocities commited by the Japanese. I read "The Rape
of Nanking". Also, I have a child with a Chinese woman. Before I married my wife, the Chinese woman went on and on about how evil the Japanese are.