Comment on Gaisensha at Kashihara Shrine: “Itasha for Crazy Nationalists” by Anonymous:

Nothing says patriotism like showing of propaganda with American-made cars like the Hummer and Chevolet.


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  • Gaisensha at Kashihara Shrine: “Itasha for Crazy Nationalists”:
    I’ve been called an American nationalist by some. I drive a Subaru. Not because I’m a weeabo, but because of the bailout of GM and Chrysler by the U.S. government, which I objected to. (Fords are, well, Fords. I mean, come on, there are things one does not do.) The point is, there may be over-riding reasons why the so-called Japanese nationalists use Hummers and Chevys so often. Maybe they get them cheap from U.S. military guys when they get transferred out or something. Maybe it’s because they …

  • Gaisensha at Kashihara Shrine: “Itasha for Crazy Nationalists”:
    >Japan, the country where you have fear to >like his own country because are afraid >to be called ultra-nationalists. Bro, be misguided not… That’s exactly how those extremists are wanting you to think. Those ultranationalists are actually Koreans and Chinese who want the uninformed Japanese public to keep thinking that Japanese can’t and shouldn’t feel confident about their own nation… Gooole some to see for yourself about this…

  • Gaisensha at Kashihara Shrine: “Itasha for Crazy Nationalists”:
    Ah! there’s at least one person here on Sancom who knows the real deal. :-)

  • Gaisensha at Kashihara Shrine: “Itasha for Crazy Nationalists”:
    Pussies they are. They are too afraid of those violent Koreans and Chinese disguising as ultranationalist Japanese that even the police can’t drive them out of their pathetic occupation of driving these cars, or simply out of Japan itself.

  • Gaisensha at Kashihara Shrine: “Itasha for Crazy Nationalists”:
    Nah… if you know the fact that they bear only Korean or Chinese nationalities… then it’s like: >Korea >China >Irony choose one.

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