Comment on Hashimoto: “How Can America Ever Call Japan Right Wing?” by Pyrus:

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The only thing really wrong with the American education system is our attitude towards it: Kids that come to school who would rather goof off than learn; parents that expect teachers to keep order, but who don’t want the teachers to touch their kid even if it’s their kid that’s causing a problem; teachers always asking for more money even in school districts that don’t get enough funding and sometimes can’t even provide proper learning materials for everyone — and lots of other junk I probably haven’t heard yet.
The Japanese as a whole doesn’t want to be better friends with the U.S. We’re currently useful, but we’re the foreign savages that emasculated their proud military and sovereign self-image and they would love to turn the tables and exact revenge.

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  • Hashimoto: “How Can America Ever Call Japan Right Wing?”:
    When Marco Polo showed up at the Chinese Imperial Court, one of the courtiers described him in his memoirs as “a hairy ape.” As a general rule, whenever you show up in a culture different than your own, especially the first time, your appearance, speech, and mannerisms can, and often will, be held against you.

  • Hashimoto: “How Can America Ever Call Japan Right Wing?”:
    What he seemed to be doing was the political equivalent of being a radio shock jock: Putting up the image of boldly saying out loud stuff that’s not supposed to be said in defiance of the powers-that-be. For Japan, that means saying things like: “We should have nukes,” and “Our armies should have the right to wage war on other countries’ soil,” or “America should mind it’s own business,” and other such stuff. He’s just trying to look politically bad-ass.

  • Hashimoto: “How Can America Ever Call Japan Right Wing?”:
    They want the nukes to shoot at China, Korea, & Russia…at the very least.

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