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    Yasukuni shrine visits: Japan honoring the dead or insulting the neighbors?

    (CNN) -- Visits to the controversial Yasukuni Shrine by Japanese officials, including the younger brother of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, ignited criticism from China and Korea, which see the visits as an homage to Japan's past wartime aggressions.
    Over the weekend several officials, including Abe's brother, senior vice foreign minister Nobuo Kishi, visited the shrine, according to Kyodo News. The visits started last week as part of an autumn festival and included 159 members of the Diet, Japan's national legislature.
    Prime Minister Shinzo Abe refrained from visiting the shrine, but sent an offering.
    An editorial in Global Times, a Chinese state-run newspaper, blasted Japanese officials for their deference to the shrine.
    "Chinese and Koreans will never accept the Yasukuni Shrine, whether it is a matter of rationality or sensibility. No matter how much trade with Japan grows, or how interdependent their economies are, the positive elements are flushed away once the Japanese politicians stage a group show at the shrine," it stated.
    The Japanese lawmakers who went to the shrine defended their decision to go to the site where 14 of Japan's Class-A war criminals from World War II are enshrined with thousands of Japanese soldiers

    http://edition.cnn.com/2013/10/21/wo...html?hpt=hp_c1

    Do You think Japan shall stop visit Yasukuni Shrine?



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    Quote Originally Posted by galvatron View Post
    Do You think Japan shall stop visit Yasukuni Shrine?
    The answer is YES. Japan should use Germany as an example. Germany does not honor Hitler and the Nazis and always condemn them. However, there is something called KARMA. Perhaps the never ending problem at FUKUSHIMA is the Karma they are paying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trien Chieu View Post
    The answer is YES. Japan should use Germany as an example. Germany does not honor Hitler and the Nazis and always condemn them. However, there is something called KARMA. Perhaps the never ending problem at FUKUSHIMA is the Karma they are paying.
    Can you point me to where karma has been scientifically proven to exist?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pannonian View Post
    Can you point me to where karma has been scientifically proven to exist?
    Whether it's Karma or not, after the earthquake, if things went right, Japan could have prevented the nuclear meltdown. But no, nothing went right and everything went wrong. Radiation still keep spreading and they have no solution to stop it. The next generation of Japan will pay the huge price. Next month, they will begin to remove over 1300 spent fuel rods sitting 100 ft above round in the crumbling building. If things go wrong, Japan is done. Even if they successfully remove the fuel rods, things are not done yet. Problems will be there for generations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trien Chieu View Post
    Whether it's Karma or not, after the earthquake, if things went right, Japan could have prevented the nuclear meltdown. But no, nothing went right and everything went wrong. Radiation still keep spreading and they have no solution to stop it. The next generation of Japan will pay the huge price. Next month, they will begin to remove over 1300 spent fuel rods sitting 100 ft above round in the crumbling building. If things go wrong, Japan is done. Even if they successfully remove the fuel rods, things are not done yet. Problems will be there for generations.
    Still nowt to do with imaginary karmic links between Yasukuni and the nuclear meltdown though. Japanese officials not going to Yasukuni would not have prevented the Fukushima meltdown, and it's distasteful to gloat over it to make a nationalistic point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pannonian View Post
    Still nowt to do with imaginary karmic links between Yasukuni and the nuclear meltdown though. Japanese officials not going to Yasukuni would not have prevented the Fukushima meltdown, and it's distasteful to gloat over it to make a nationalistic point.
    Watch this:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vpA0TOgB9-o
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fyIBlygNlcc
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VZgYmkItcqk
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QI6fK7kSvTA

    If they send the 120 Volt batteries to the Fukushima 50 they could have prevented the meltdown but they didn't do it. They instead sent them all things that they don't real need.
    Last edited by Trien Chieu; 12-06-13 at 09:32 PM.

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    [quote]Attorney Says Cancer Cases Aboard U.S.S. Ronald Reagan Shooting Through the Roof
    http://www.huntingtonnews.net/78786
    http://america.aljazeera.com/watch/s...emission.html/[quote]

    Look like Japan is in big trouble. People who are live not too far away from Fukushima can be in big trouble.

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