Almost-forgotten history of Diaoyu

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  1. reedak

    reedak Well-Known Member

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    Banzai! Banzai! Long time no see, Your Majesty Algirdas.

    Glad to know that you are still alive and kicking after doing all your good work in Syria. I suppose you are ready to joke like Captain Hook on the mast again.
     
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    i happy to see you too. why my google did not find "Diaoyu" but found The Senkaku Islands instead?
     
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    Edit/Rule 2/Personal insult


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suicide_in_China

    "The most recent government data provides statistics more inline with external estimations. According to the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, China's suicide rate is 22.23 people out of every 100,000.[2] This rate places the country among the countries with the highest suicide per capita in the world."

    "A 2008 study found that: female suicides outnumber male suicides by a 3:1 ratio; rural suicides outnumber urban suicides by a 3:1 ratio; a large upsurge of young adult and older adult suicides has occurred; a comparatively high national suicide rate two to three times the global average is evident; and a low rate of psychiatric illness, particularly clinical depression, exists in suicide victims.[3] According to the journal Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry, there are over 300,000 suicides in China annually;[4] thus China accounts for more than 30% of the world's suicides.[5] The suicide rate in the Yangtze Basin is about 40% higher than in the rest of China.[6]"

    So your argument is what? Each 15 minute one suicide in Japan? Well annually 300.000 chinese comitt suicide. That makes one chinese suicide evry 2 minutes...

    Beside that, what is your problem with suicide? It removes the bad from the gene pool. If your life is a failure you should at least have the honor and decide yourself when it should end.

    The time i wrote that text 3 chinese killed themself... :(
     
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    [video=youtube;hcO4MMzdYE8]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hcO4MMzdYE8[/video]
     
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    "Many are unaware that around 30,000 people commit suicide in Japan every year. More people die from suicide every year in Japan than were lost in the tsunami a couple of years ago. The following video (Saving 10,000) highlights the problem and one man’s goal to do something about it.

    'Saving 10,000 details a compendium of outrages tolerated and even encouraged by society that have kept Japan a world leader in suicide. Incredibly moving.'

    — Sam Jameson – Former Tokyo Bureau Chief of LA Times and Chicago Tribune"

    Suicide in Japan
    http://japanplant.wordpress.com/2013/04/15/suicide-in-japan/

    Your "pure blood" species rush for the first place in everything.

    So now you should feel honoured that your Wa Country has been promoted to world leader again.

    Please watch the video at the link above.

    If you can't understand the narrator's English, you can refer to the Japanese subtitles in the video.
     
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    Well, that is supposed to be the "superior" way for a member of the so-called "superior race" to meet his end.

    Our self-styled "pure blood" Yamato from the Wa Country is waiting in line for it. :smile:
     
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    Your Majesty Algirdas, don't be so stingy. Please upgrade all your internet and broadband facilities instead of keeping your money under your pillow and throne. At the rate you save your money, you would be getting more desperate in searching for new Lebensraum to store your savings.

    Spend all your money now, Your Majesty. There is no way to bring them with you to the next world. :smile:
     
  8. Akuma

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    Tell me, why kill so much chinese women themself. You kept to ignore that. More than men. It is only country in the world with that.
     
  9. litwin

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    i think its time for you start to looking for new Lebensraum , Hans salaries are deadly close to Mexican salaries...what you are gonna do then?

    http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10000872396390444318104577587191288101170

    bye , Bye, the Greater China dreams?

    ps are from Singapore?
     
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    When comes to suicide, no other countries can hold a candle to your Wa Country which has a long history and tradition of glorifying suicide. Year after year, it constantly wins a place among the countries with the highest suicide per capita in the world.

    Now let a truly honest and noble Japanese tell you why so many men and women in your Wa Country commit suicide every day. He certainly deserves to have more "pure" blood than you.

    The video also introduces "The Complete Manual of Suicide". No other countries sell such a book in their bookstores.

    Suicide in Japan.AVI
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dlPk4aRHIE
     
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    If I were a Chinese migrant worker, your defunct Duchy land would probably one day be my new Lebensraum where I can pursue my Greater China dream of finding at least a few coins under the throne and pillow of a stingy emperor.

    Not so for many countries which share the Greater China dreams such as: "With spending around £1500 each, 10 Chinese tourists equate to a full time UK graduate job for a year. 1 million Chinese tourists equate 100,000 new direct jobs, and probably 300,000 to 500,000 indirectly jobs."

    You should also ease visa restrictions for Chinese tourists to your defunct Duchy land so as to fill up your coffers.

    I am regularly on business trips around the world. Most probably I shall emigrate to your defunct Duchy land one fine day and live there forever. Hope you will welcome me and won't consider me a threat to your throne.

    UK eases visa restrictions for Chinese tourists
    http://www.china.org.cn/video/2013-10/16/content_30313758.htm

    Chinese tourists among top three spenders in UK
    http://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/chinese-tourists-among-top-three-070017771.html

    Will Chinese Tourists Determine the Future of the UK Tourism Industry?
    http://blog.euromonitor.com/2013/07...ne-the-future-of-the-uk-tourism-industry.html

    Anti-immigration policy of UK makes France the destination for Chinese tourists
    http://ipswichspy.wordpress.com/201...rance-the-destination-for-chinese-tourists-2/

    Japan welcomes Chinese individual tourists with enthusiasm, expectation
    http://www.cs.com.cn/english/ei/200907/t20090701_2132939.html
     
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    LOL , good post, but not everything is that shine as you wrote .... in Scandinavia many Hans get arrested very year for illegal work, slavery ,trafficking , and other related to illegal emigration crimes
     
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    It's a rare honour to be praised by Your Majesty.

    Your Majesty should know how to separate the wheat from the chaff, or the sheep from the goats, unless you are the emperor who has no clothes. Hence, you should ease visa restrictions to facilitate the inflow of renminbi from the Chinese tourists to your coffers. :smile:
     
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    all your nonsense talk does not give you senkaku. :) it must hurt you alot ha ha
     
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    Typical attitude of the self-proclaimed "superior pure blood" species that is more cold-blooded than cold-blooded animals, that is, absolutely devoid of human compassion for your fellow countrymen.

    Woe to your fellow countrymen if you become the boss of a large corporation in future. It won't be surprising that you continue removing "the bad from the gene pool" of all your future employees. This will definitely raise the suicide rate of your Wa Country.

    Finally, pray daily that you won't be removed from the gene pool too.
     
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    1. Your remark reminds me of the ancient Japanese practice of ubasute (lit. "abandoning an old woman", also called "obasute" and sometimes "oyasute") which was practised in parts of Japan as late as the 19th century. The abhorrent practice was allegedly most common during times of drought and famine.

    The inhuman practice set the age for every member of "superior pure blood" species to end himself or herself honourably so as not to burden the other members of the self-proclaimed "superior race" in ancient Japan. When an infirm or elderly relative reached the age of 70, he or she would be carried to a mountain, or some other remote, desolate place, and left there to die, either by dehydration, starvation, or exposure.

    2. Besides ubasute, many other incredibly bestial practices by the self-proclaimed "superior pure blood" species in ancient Japan were featured in Shohei Imamura’s 1983 classic "The Ballad Of Narayama" at http://staticmass.net/japanese-films/the-ballad-of-narayama-movie-1983/

    (Begin excerpts)
    Shohei Imamura’s 1983 classic takes us back to 19th century Japan, to an isolated village in the mountainous Tohoku region. The everyday life of the residents there is governed by very strict rules and laws and survival is a constant battle against nature.

    One of these laws – which is to become a centrepiece for the story – is the practice of ‘ubasute’, whereby the time an elderly person reaches the age of 70, they have to be carried to the mountain top and left there to die. Orin (Sumiko Sakamoto) is 69 and is preparing her family for life without her. Her husband, who disappeared many decades ago, had refused to carry his mother to the mountain and brought shame on the entire family.

    ....Tatsuhei’s younger brother, Risuke (Tompei Hidari), for instance is a victim of another law, which rules that only first born sons can have wives, and therefore sex. Risuke, as a result, is sexually frustrated and occasionally takes this out on the neighbours’ unsuspecting female dog.

    The very same law also means that new-born baby boys are often killed without ever having a chance at life. In one horrific scene, capital punishment for theft is administered by a mob on an entire family – children included. They are all buried alive....

    I couldn’t help but notice that most of what we would consider abhorrent behaviour in the film was justified by religious belief and superstition. A dying man in the village is convinced that his household god is angry and put a curse on his home....

    The dying man’s last request to his wife is to sleep with every man in the village in order to lift the curse. The compulsory abandonment of old people is also something that has to be done in order the honour the god of the mountain. If you dishonour this god which sits at the top of “god-hierarchy” in this world of many gods, he will be displeased and that also means that people in the village might end up hurting you.... (End excerpts)

    The Ballad Of Narayama ( 1958 )
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5gg-9hHEHYg

    Keisuke - 1958 - Narayama Bushiko
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=11hpzoecZY0

    Review: The Ballad of Narayama
    http://www.nipponcinema.com/blog/the-ballad-of-narayama

    The Ballad of Narayama (1983)
    http://www.nipponcinema.com/movie/the-ballad-of-narayama

    Ubasute
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ubasute

    Obasute – A Legend About Abandoning The Old Folks
    http://cippitywitty.wordpress.com/2008/07/25/obasute-a-legend-about-abandoning-the-old-folks/
     
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    And your language sounds like crows.

    Noisy Crow [smaaaaaal noise!]
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r4BoQxrLtic

    "Pure" Narcissist, your face is no different from that of a mamasan.
     
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    well i'm writen in a way so lower iq nazi jap like you can understand
     
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    i'm pretty sure there are tons crime commit it by native Scandinavia too. there is no point discuss the crime since everybody/every race commit it. but there is only group nazi/jap commit atrocity against humanity in wwii.
     
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    whats about Armenian genocide? Gas Attack on Kurds , etc?
     
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    [video=youtube;jUHD7oGrH2M]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jUHD7oGrH2M[/video]
     
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    "Etorofu is the largest island in the Northern Territories, with an area 1.5 times as large as that of Okinawa Prefecture. The total area of the Northern Territories is almost the same size as Chiba Prefecture."

    GLOSSARY: Northern Territories
    http://ajw.asahi.com/article/behind_news/politics/AJ201304290074

    Chiba Prefecture
    http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chiba_Prefecture

    You should ask your Wa Country's regime to send the 17,000 members of your self-proclaimed "superior pure blood" species (who were kicked out by the Russians from the South Kurils in 1945) to the Diaoyu Islands and see whether they will also say "no problem". :smile:
     
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    Well said. He is not only a Nazi but also a narcissist.

    Our self-proclaimed "superior pure blood" narcissist still makes a lot of grammatical and spelling errors in his postings, e.g. in one of his messages, he wrote: "Japan is one of Chinas biggest trading partners. They can´t sanction Japan without sanction themself."

    The correct statements should be: "Japan is one of China's biggest trading partners. They can´t sanction Japan without sanctioning themselves."

    Anyway, he has managed to make a slight improvement in his English after debating with us. This is not surprising as even the parrot in my house could talk back to me in a few words of English after being scolded by me for a while. :smile:
     

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