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‘Nazi style’: Japan constitution revision proposal sparks outrage

01.08.2013 06:25

Japan’s Deputy PM has called on local politicians revising the constitution to learn from Nazi Germany when it amended the Weimar charter. Although he later retracted his words neighbors Beijing and Seoul said such militaristic remarks "hurt many people".

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richard lockwood 02.01.2014 04:16

Does anyone on these comment boards know the difference between Nazi and Weimar Germany? It doesn't look like it.

 

Mark Thornton 01.01.2014 16:47

Mark Thornton 01.01.2014 16:34

@Nickel, worship their sun god emperor, you mean like Christians do yeah?... Moron. Japan will only get labelled like all the other countries who stand up for themselves because they go against what the other countries want them to do. Good on the Japanese. Look what happens when someone else has control of your country. False flags and unjustified war. Happy new year

  


 

Mark Thornton 01.01.2014 16:34

@Gerd, worship their sun god emperor, you mean like Christians do yeah?... Moron. Japan will only get labelled like all the other countries who stand up for themselves because they go against what the other countries want them to do. Good on the Japanese. Look what happens when someone else has control of your country. False flags and unjustified war. Happy new year

 

Atom Anteus 02.08.2013 06:23

Ironically, The U.S. Marine Corps has a base in Japan named after the most anti-war veteran of, perhaps, all-time. He even warned of the U.S. Navy maneuvers off Japan as a pretext for war. Smedley Butler was a Major General in the Marines in the late 1800s and into the early to middle 20th Century. He received to Medals of Honor and wrote the book War is a Racket. It is a must read. Nearly 100 years later the U.S. is still involved in Japan, literally now, and it is paying for Marines to be permanently stationed in Japan, not to mention South Korea. It is time for the U.S. to return its worldwide troops to the U.S.

 

Atom Anteus 02.08.2013 05:59

@ Afshin Nejat... surely you were joking, being facetious, sarcastic, et cetera when you said the Japanese were never good at blitzkrieg. Blitzkrieg by any other name is still blitzkrieg. If you are serious, then you need to re-examine your knowledge of historical fact.

 

Afshin Nejat 01.08.2013 23:23

Wait, he already said out loud what we might expect from Japan, so he's not even following the German example. The Japanseses were never good at blitzkrieg.

 

nickle 01.08.2013 13:43

When are the people in Japan going to riot? Too busy worshipping their sun-god emperor, I guess.

 

Jack Brown 01.08.2013 13:27

The imperialists are at it again eh?

 

Morgan Red 01.08.2013 11:53

Honestly. Let em be.

 

John C Walters 01.08.2013 10:54

LoL Irony... Japan is already a National Socialist country.. FACT !

 

Abu Fatima 01.08.2013 09:06

Fascistic regimes of the likes of Taro Aso's, the al-Sauds', Erdogan's, the al-Thanis', and the now defunct Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood, number among the allies of Washington, London, Paris and Brussels.
No wonder every loyal tongue lolling dog and his fleas trip over each other to label Manning and Snowden as traitors to the US Empire, love Prism and XKeystroke, and foam at the mouth on queue to every sycophantic White House 'press conference' (press dictat).

 

Sashka26FW 01.08.2013 08:56

lol.. Japan is getting nazified by US blessings.. China+Russia and South Korea must remain vigilant as US lapdog might start to bite since today Japan is in economic turmoil that will surely end with total bankruptcy and disaster for Japan..

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