Could Japan develop a military presence to rival the best ? - Page 6




 
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December 16th, 2004  
SwordFish_13
 
 
Hi
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Nuclear testing in India has also caused similar results
WHAT .............Are we talking about 1974 tests or the Current 1998 Ones

I don't have much Information about 1974 Indian Nuclear test because i wasen't born then .

I am sure Nothing of sorts happened in 1998 test ........do have anyhitng to back your statement i would like to see it too ?


Peace
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December 17th, 2004  
PLAbuddy
 
lol..sorry about my comment of "only japan suffered nukes"

wut i mean was only japan suffers nukes in a war and they suffer because another side truly wants to hurt japan , not testing nukes something.

Japanese ppl, from wut i have known, are prettty war-love.....no offense,

i ve seen some japanese young ppl's posts on internet of ruling the world sometihgn,, they even made up an agenda, waging wars again in china

and there is temple in japan where all those died soldiers been worshiped, some of them are WW2 war criminals,

allowing japan to develop military probably means giving a gun to a ex-criminal, (we are not sure is he been reducated well or not)

it is very dangerous
December 17th, 2004  
CABAL
 
 
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allowing japan to develop military probably means giving a gun to a ex-criminal, (we are not sure is he been reducated well or not)
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it is very dangerous
Particularly when a nation has a long history of wartime abuses such as the treatment of POW's, racism, extremely oppressive military occupation....that would also relate to my own country as well.
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December 17th, 2004  
PLAbuddy
 
Germany is better than Japan on the issue of admiting mistakes and restablish friendships.

I dont know if there are still alot right-wing movemnt in germany or not, but in japan, it seems there are still alot voices in which they do not admit the mistakes they have made,

their attidude hurts koreans, chinese, and other asian ppl who endured the invasion from japan in WW2,

these neo-nazi movements in japan seems to be increasing these years, more and more books are rewritten about waging another war, not admiting mistakes in Rape of Naking, or saying invading asia is good something,

it is very dangerous and UN should think about this before admiting japan as a permanet member and gives her veto power
December 17th, 2004  
CABAL
 
 
I quite agree. I understand that you Chinese do not tolerate Japan's wartime agressions. Especially when they attempted to make this issue dissolve by many means such as refusing the full acknowledgement of warcrimes done by the Kwuantung Army and various military personel. All of the crimes committed are at the same level as of the Nazis Criminals.
December 17th, 2004  
PLAbuddy
 
i am in vancouver and i have a german friend here,
he tells me that he and his family ,friends discuss Hitler and his policies many times before, i think they truly admit mistakes.
this is cool

and by the way, when do u think German goona lift the arm sale embargo on china, i think chinese tanks need german engines
December 17th, 2004  
Chocobo_Blitzer
 
Given that Japan needs trade to survive, they would cut themselves off from the world if they revert back to imperialism. No, they're already too closely tied to the west for such things. It would be decades before Japan could become any kind of "threat" to the region.

Now the red asians, that's a totally different story...
December 17th, 2004  
PLAbuddy
 
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Originally Posted by Chocobo_Blitzer

Now the red asians, that's a totally different story...
wut do u mean by that remark...

if their PM go to that temple and worsihp war criminals, i consider that action means something..they are just wounded tigers
December 17th, 2004  
CABAL
 
 
My opinion probably would not reflect what the EU final decisions. That decision is made by representatives of the European Union.

However, Germany and China have created a very strong mutual relationship in terms of trade and political cooperation. I know several jet engineers in Germany have gone to Zhuhai China (I believe) for technical assistance and advisement. However I doubt that they are involved with the military since they agreed to policies stating that the Arms Embargo is prioritized and is in effect.

Speaking of logic, a engine is not an weapon....is it?
December 17th, 2004  
Chocobo_Blitzer
 
North Korea is nuts. And China's economy and military are on the boom. Both are extremely nationalistic and have two foes right beside each other... maybe China think, because USA can do preventive war, maybe she can do preventive war on Japan? I mean look at you, you think Japan will be a threat. Looks like the populous is already sold on the idea.

Btw, they're crazy for not admitting their horrible past. But not crazy enough to commit suicide by starting war again, they're already wealthy.