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  • davdah
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    Oh, yes we are talking about the japanese.

    The comments about rice and beef. Well, doesn't that have a bit of a racist tone to it. Who are you to say what is outdated beyond your ovaries? So, step away from the Ramen soup and chop sticks. Then again. It might serve that size 20 pants of yours to eat more like them.

    Hm, interesting iperson. You think they have a functioning monarchy? Ya better do a little reading before you keep revealing how ignorant you are.

    No one is 'swooning'. You've used that word several times already. I know you've just learned it but economy of words is a virtue.

    What was being examined was their stead fast loyalty to country, obedience, and respect of fellow citizen property. Something I know is completely foreign to the left which may explain your obvious frustration with the dynamics of this exchange.

    Hudson, I wasn't so much saying the japanese are civil per se as compared to anyone else. They've demonstrated an ability to be quite barbaric when given the chance. The loyalty to each other an country was primarily what I was pointing out. As you said, foreigners are more apt to be on the receiving end of snide comments or sarcasm delivered with a smile no less. Be as it may, it's still an attribute to own a genuine tested loyalty to one's country over all others. Something very much lacking in the present citizens of this country and those who seem to think they're better than it's citizens.

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  • Hudson
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    Originally posted by iperson:
    I referred to Davdah's swooning comment on how the Japanese society is self enclosed, and they all look alike. I'm sure this is Davdah's wet dream, as well as most of the republican posters on this board.
    The Japanese society is generally self enclosed. it is reflected in its culture and within the populace. They view Western rice as dirty and not healthy while their own rice as prestine and pure. Western beef is not generally accepted in Japan in the higher society climate, but is generally seen as the "cheap beef" for the commoners. Their beef, Tajima are cared for like royalty. If you eat beef, you can tell the difference from Angus beef, Western's top beef cattle.

    This is not about the left or right. The japanese people are not left or right, they are japanese with their politics their own.

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  • Hudson
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    Originally posted by Brit4064:
    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">The Japanese do maintain their individual collective identity and object to diversity
    Yes, they have chosen to do this but if are you trying to imply that if the USA had been 100% pure American then events post-Katrina wouldn't have happened. That's rubbish. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
    I don't think Davdah was suggesting that. I think he was suggesting the barbarianism of the West and the civility of the East.

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  • Hudson
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    Originally posted by ProudUSC:
    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">What did the most damage was the tsunami.
    And they still don't know how many thousands of lives were lost in that and probably never will. So very sad. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
    Proud,
    No one will really know the true cost because the nuclear radiation that has leaked will cause long term effects for several generations. The immideate count is estimated and within a few months, the final count will be relatively known from the tsunami.

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  • davdah
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    First, you need to understand what diversity really is and what permits it. Then, once that seeps in, the rest will fall into place.

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  • davdah
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    Originally posted by Brit4064:
    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">The Japanese do maintain their individual collective identity and object to diversity
    Yes, they have chosen to do this but if are you trying to imply that if the USA had been 100% pure American then events post-Katrina wouldn't have happened. That's rubbish. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>


    What? I never made any such connection between the two. The comparison I cited was the order in the one versus chaos in the other. If any summary is to be made it's that their culture supports the respect of individual property rights. The fact they have other opinions and characteristics weren't intended to be used as basis for the cause of the other. The root, if that's what's sought out, might be that they have an appetite for conformity and regimented living standards.


    Iperson, again, you couldn't be more wrong. If your version of diversity were such a great thing, this country wouldn't have amounted to anything either. It wasn't until very recent history that 'diversity' became a hot button issue. Also, since then our country has been on a steady economic decline. Are the two connected? Well, looking at Japan and their objection to your version of it and being the 3rd largest economy, it eradicates and reveals the erroneous value of your assessment. The fact is, the two issues are mutually exclusive.

    What you speak of and wish for is a forced coercion of objected ideas on people. If you want to go to church or not, no one is forcing you. You would burn them to the ground. If you want to look different, lose some weight or dye your hair. It's called freedom, something the left objects to. What you condone is imparting the socialist dogma of 'the common good' on people, not true diversity which is a byproduct of acted on freedom. The japanese choose to maintain their society as they see it. It's not forced.

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  • Brit4064
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    The Japanese do maintain their individual collective identity and object to diversity
    Yes, they have chosen to do this but if are you trying to imply that if the USA had been 100% pure American then events post-Katrina wouldn't have happened. That's rubbish.

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  • davdah
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    The only thing you can be sure of Iperson is you don't know much of anything except how to hurl marginal insults. You can't even do that with any impact, LOL.

    It's funny to read your less than 3rd grade level commentary illustrating how the dumbing down practice of the former socialist regimes created ignoramuses.

    Do some actual reading. The Japanese do maintain their individual collective identity and object to diversity. It isn't racist. They want to stay as they are. There is nothing wrong with that just because you seem to think otherwise, which based on past posts, illustrates how likely wrong it is.

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  • Hudson
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    Originally posted by davdah:
    ya forgot to add, and they're staying civil even under those circumstances.
    The government told them and they obeyed. they have faith that their government will do the right thing, but privately, they are very worried.

    On a side note, Ichiro, The Seattle Mariner's star player, donated 100 million Yen to the Japanese Red Cross while the Seattle Mariners will donate the same with the parent company donating another $300k.

    Until they get the reactor under control, it will be very tenuous with slow relief efforts made.

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  • Hudson
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    Originally posted by iperson:
    I have no choice but tell you what you really are, and what I really think of you, and your conservative inhumane politics. I won't apologize because you don't deserve it.
    That is not a racist statement Iperson, it is a generalization that is generally true. When you are there, you are called gaungi. Gaungi is a term to refer to outsiders like you and me and Davdah. It can be used in a deragatory manner or used to reflect you are not Japanese. If the Japanese really want to insult you, they will say something, then smile. You will never understand what they said, but you will know that the smile was the insult. This is a society that does not smile in daily life.

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  • davdah
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    ya forgot to add, and they're staying civil even under those circumstances.

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  • Hudson
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    Originally posted by iperson:
    No, not culture.
    Any human being hungry and on verge of death will go look for food and scavenge, even Japanese.
    There's simply nothing left to loot in the earthquake areas, all is flattened with the earth, and a large portion is also radioactive so no one dares to venture there.
    It's as simple as that. No drama.
    Actually Iperson, it is culture. There are food shortages, there are energy shortages, there are domicile shortages, and so forth.

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  • davdah
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    Iperson you should stop. Really, you should. Japan treasures it's singular identity. They are all Japanese, look japanese, and that's how they want it. You're not welcome to stay unless you're 100% japanese. Exclusion is a part of their way of life.

    The Japanese culture is more right than left. But it isn't political what motivates their actions anyhow, so it's apples & oranges. being civil has nothing to do with being a repub or dem. You being a good example of what's not. Consistent with the demeaning commentary, never helpful, and on top of it all, ignorant. Who's calling who a neanderthal?

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  • ProudUSC
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    What did the most damage was the tsunami.
    And they still don't know how many thousands of lives were lost in that and probably never will. So very sad.

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  • davdah
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    Can a person be more wrong? I think not. First off, have you read through any of the reports showing where people have returned to their homes, or what's left of them? I guess not.

    In any event. They are. Those that have are scavenging for what little remains of their possessions. Many articles are surfacing concerning the orderly emergency efforts and how the people are complying with what's requested. Check them out. Quite impressive actually and something to take note of.

    Japan's building standards are such that they will endure quakes of the magnitude given. What did the most damage was the tsunami.

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