Thursday, April 30, 2015

Japanese fascists

Japanese fascists 

There is a country on the southern part of the Korean peninsula where some people enjoy labeling Japan a fascists nation.  Really?  Japan a fascist nation?  If that is so, then one has to ask, would a fascists nations behave like this:

Background according to Wikipedia in reference to the Emperor of Japan:  “The Imperial House of Japan is the oldest continuing hereditary monarchy in the world.”  Founded in 660 BC, meaning the Japanese monarchy is close to 2,700 years old.  One can easily conclude the “Emperor” is part of the Japanese fabric, DNA. 

Recently in Tokyo a group of Communist / leftist / anarchist / dopes held a conference to discuss ending the Emperor system in Japan.  Yes, folks there are USA style Democrats even in Japan, so sad.  These malcontents were permitted to hold this conference on an upper floor of a government community building.  The Tokyo Metropolitan Police arrived in force to make sure these derelicts were not disturbed during the conference.  In essence Article 21 of the Japanese Constitution was being respected:

Article 21. Freedom of assembly and association as well as speech, press and all other forms of expression are guaranteed.   No censorship shall be maintained, nor shall the secrecy of any means of communication be violated.”

On the other side of the coin Article 21 was being respected for a group of conservative patriotic Japanese who opposed the theme of the conference.  They were allowed to demonstrate in their vehicles adorned with Japanese flags and loud speakers.  This rolling demonstration was free to travel the streets, however kept from driving within about two blocks of that community building. 

Both groups were orderly and both groups were permitted to promote their opposing views.  Does this happen in a fascist nation?  Travel to the southern part of the Korean peninsula, speak in public a view of the Comfort Women issue not in agreement with popular thought, and you will become victim to the real fascists. 

As noted in a previous video:

South Korean professors Lee Yong-hoon and An Byeong-jik were beat up in South Korea by fascists who fear free speech, freedom of expression, and any deviation from popular thought. 

Professor Lee Yong-hoon is guilty for having said “Comfort Women were paid prostitutes.” 
Professor An Byon-jik is guilty for having said “Japan did some good things in the Annexation Era.”

The two professors expressed their opinions and the South Korean fascists them up just like the Nazi’s did in Hitler’s Germany.  Hitler’s opposition were silenced by brown shirt beatings.  Perhaps one day the good people in South Korea will rise up and stop these fascists to allow freedom of speech and freedom of expression. 

Video concerning the two professors being beat up in South Korea:

Article about the two professors getting beat up for trying to enjoy free speech:

Wikipedia on An Byeong-jik:

Wikipedia on Lee Young-hoon:     

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Wednesday, April 29, 2015

President Obama validates Tony and Japan

President Obama validates Tony and Japan

Japanese Prime Minster Shinzo Abe and his wife are in the USA for a week.  They enjoyed an impressive welcoming ceremony by President Obama on The White House Lawn.

During my many visits to Japan and conferences I am always asked by concern Japanese about Japan’s image in the USA.  This concern arises from the continued attacks / Japan bashing by some in South Korea, and many Koreans living in the USA.  These groups of lunatics are attempting to degrade Japan’s image in the USA by their continued attacks concerning:

-          Changing the “Sea of Japan” to a fictional name (East Sea).
-          Promoting their revisionist version of the Comfort Women story.
-          Demanding continue apologies for activities from the first part of the last century.  

I always assure the people in Japan all these insidious efforts by these lunatics have not been successful in tarnishing Japan’s positive image in the USA.  Different aspects of Japanese culture have been inculcated into the American fabric.  Such as their electronics, automobiles, robotics, anime, manga, karaoke, cosplay, sushi, and ancient traditions.

This was confirmed by President Obama in his welcoming speech to Prime Minister Abe on The White House lawn.  It would be nice for me to boast President Obama must be watching my videos, however truth is:  What President Obama and I say about Japan’s culture in the USA is recognized by many in the United States.

President Obama’s welcoming speech to Prime Minister Abe:

Complete White House lawn ceremony:

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Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Baltimore Mother of the Year

Baltimore Mother of the Year

Recently the City of Baltimore in Maryland has suffered the attacks of street thugs rioting.  Many of these urchins are a result of no parenting or partial parenting.  However one child who was among these thugs cannot deflect his poor judgement on parenting. 

His mother watching television saw him with these street looters, she then went to where he was, grabbed him out of the crowd and proceeded to administer old-fashion parent justice upon him.  To the child’s credit he did not fight back or attempt to restrain his mother. 

Mother of the year video:

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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe: Welcome to America!

 Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe:  Welcome to America!

To Prime Minister Shinzo Abe: “Welcome to America.”  That is a traditional greeting we in the USA enjoy extending to those who come to America legally.  Mr. Abe’s trip to the USA is a welcome visit from the elected leader of a trusted and friendly allied nation Japan.  As of this writing Mr. Abe spoke at Harvard University the epicenter of academic liberalism in the USA.  Upon arriving in Washington, DC President Obama escorted Mr. Abe on a private tour of the Lincoln Memorial.  This Lincoln Memorial being the center of many historical events in recent American history.  Good to see Mr. Abe now a part of that American history.   

On Tuesday there will be a state dinner at The White House in Prime Minister Abe’s honor and by extension honoring Japan.  The Prime Minister will visit Arlington National Cemetery.  The cemetery that has honored America’s war dead since 1864 sits across the Potomac River from Washington, DC.  The significant of Arlington National Cemetery can be cross related to the Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo established five years after Arlington National Cemetery.  The glowing difference between the two is when the Prime Minister honors those who served Japan by visiting the Yasukuni Shrine, people in South Korea and China start crying, complaining, and behaving like spoiled children.  I am wondering when Mr. Abe visits the Cemetery if Canada or Mexico would resort to the child-like behavior as some in South Korea and China.  I doubt it because Canadians and Mexicans enjoy a degree of maturity.   

Of course we can expect South Korea with their allies in China to start their clown performance complaining about the new defense cooperation guidelines established on 27 April between Japan and the USA.  Here is where the crazy comes in:  The new guidelines will or could protect South Korea from communist aggression.  My money is on that will not stop that escapee from the asylum, South Korea’s President Park Geun-hye from complaining about the defense cooperation guidelines.  Her puppet masters in Beijing will be demanding her to concur with their criticism of those guidelines.

With the advancement of these new defense cooperation guidelines it will raise the value of Japan’s cooperation in the Asian defense partnership enjoyed by both Japan and the USA.  The USA is honored to have Japan as a valuable and trusted defense partner.  In this same week the United States reaffirmed the Senkaku Islands are part of the defense agreement between our two great nations.  One knows after this announcement the thugs in Beijing while being upset must have placed a telephone call to the pavilion of blue tiles in Seoul giving Ms. Park her instructions on how to react. 

Of course the lady in Seoul will have to masquerade her criticism behind her theatrical indignation over what Mr. Abe will or will not say in reference to the Comfort Women issue and continued apologies over events in the first half of the last century.  I am still perplexed as to why demands never stop asking Japan to apologize, apologize, and apologize.  I know the apology routine is instrumental among Asian cultures.  But I have to ask if the apologies are repeated for the same events does it not lose its meaning?  Apology number one, apology number two, okay.  But from apology number three and onward becomes meaningless and a mockery of the whole apology routine.  According to Wikipedia in the last seventy years Japan has apologized fifty-one times.  Come on folks that is just plain excessive and not only do the calls for continued apologies need to be ignored, the apologies also need to stop.        

Here we have the Prime Minister of Japan visiting the United States and some of the crazies in South Korean have to inject their lunacy into the visit to the delight of those pulling the strings in Beijing.  We in the USA are honored to have Mr. Abe address a joint session of Congress this week.  It is an honored bestowed upon a duly elected chief executive of an important and pivotal ally in Asia. 

Mr. Abe’s trip hopefully will be a great success for both our nations.  What has been confusing is the behavior of the Obama administration.  Since President Obama’s election he has embraced America’s enemies while tossing aside our allies.  However when it comes to Asia Mr. Obama reacts differently by embracing the ally we have in Japan while at the same time working to deter the aggression from the two communist nations of North Korea and China.  I do not know what Obama’s reason is for this, but I cheer him for this.  Perhaps President Obama’s attention to the security of Asia can be traced to the four years in spent in schools while living in Indonesia.  I am thinking this experience developed an Asian root to his history and allowed him to realize the security of Asia can only be enhanced through a partnership with Japan.              

Prime Minster Abe is a dignified man representing a dignified ally and we in the United States look forward to a relationship between our two nations for the betterment of both.        
President Obama and Prime Minister Abe at the Lincoln Memorial

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Japan Prime Minister Abe’s August 15 statement

Japan Prime Minister Abe’s 
August 15 statement

The 15 of August, 2015 marks the seventieth year since the end of the Greater East Asian War, or War in the Pacific, World War Two.  On this date Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is expected to issue a statement further memorializing the end of the War.  Some of Japan’s antagonists in Asia are expecting if not demanding Mr. Abe include in his statement an apology for their perceived transgressions committed by Imperial Japan during that war.

In an effort to placate these notable antagonists, the people of Japan, and to move his nation forward, the Prime Minister has assembled a panel of scholars and experts to construct a statement for him.  I would like to help Prime Minister Abe, and contribute to this panel by offering the following as a suggested statement for 15 August, 2015:

“Today August 15 marks seventy years since the end of the Greater East Asian War. We in Japan, we have learned valuable lessons from that war.  Paramount of those lessons is that in the last seventy years Japan has not engaged in any combat.  We have not lost any of our precious sons and daughters in any wars throughout the world.  For seventy years Japan has remained a peaceful nation.  I only wish that other nations would have followed the same example that Japan has led in the last seventy years.  Because as we know many nations involved in the Great East Asian War have continued or engaged in further conflicts where they lost the lives of their precious sons and daughters.  I look forward to the next seventy years where Japan can continue to maintain its peaceful posture and I hope other nations would follow our good example.  Thank you very much for your time.  Domo arigato gozaimasu.”     

It is short, to the point, and looks forward.  Plus there is the apology demanded by some covertly in the statement.  The part of the statement “We in Japan, we have learned valuable lessons from that war.”  There is can be concluded exists the apology.  The apology is in the form of “learned valuable lessons.”  It also can be interpreted as Japan learned the valuable lessons while other nations failed to learn those very valuable lessons by engaging in continued hostilities. 

The statement announces Japan’s peaceful past, looking forward to a peaceful future while urging others to follow the same example.  It also sends a clear message asking how can a nation who engaged in hostilities in the last seventy year even think to point a finger at Japan.

Japan in the last seventy years led by example sadly the world chose to ignore.  While at the same time some nations remained anchored in the past insisting on an apology for actions they themselves have engaged in since the end of that war.  Japan thank you for your example and looking forward.   

The apology parade started with a Japanese Prime Minister around 1995 and continued with subsequent Japanese Prime Ministers.  Why?  Was not the first apology enough?  Have a parade of German chancellors apologized?   How about the legion of Italian Prime Minister’s for Italy’s role during World War Two in Libya and Ethiopia?  

Have recent commie Chinese dictators apologized for Mao’s murder of over thirty million of his own people?   When did the president of South Korea apologize for the massacres committed by South Korean troops against South Koreans during the Korean War?

It is about time the British Prime Minister apologize for his troops burning the American White House during the War of 1812?  The spark that ignited the American Civil War (1861 – 1865) was when the South fired upon Fort Sumter in April of 1861.  Can we expect Southerners in the USA to apologize?

Repeated apologies for the same event is useless and reduces the impact of the first apology.  Also why is it Japan must continue to apologize when other nations only apologized once for the past transgressions if they apologized at all? 

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