kazaza2 @kazaza ?

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    You might come up with a handful of shyte.

  • kazaza2 posted a new activity comment: 3 years ago

    I just feel there should be basic food, healthcare and housing if you need it. Some plan that you can avail yourself of if you have no health insurance or can’t afford the $400 a month premiums. Nobody should have to go hungry, sleep in their car or wait until they’re so sick they get sent to the emergency room of the hospital before they get…[Read more]

    In reply to - Firetribe posted an update in the group Politics in Japan and the Earth: So what would you say your political affiliations are, liberal, progressive, conservative, neoconservative etc.? · View
  • kazaza2 posted a new activity comment: 3 years ago

    Liberal on some issues, conservative on others. I think government should stay out of peoples private lives and bedrooms and be restricted to maintaining a reasonably safe basic living environment (health care, housing, water, sewer,, etc.). Protect country against attack.

    In reply to - Firetribe posted an update in the group Politics in Japan and the Earth: So what would you say your political affiliations are, liberal, progressive, conservative, neoconservative etc.? · View
  • kazaza2 posted a new activity comment: 3 years ago

    They do say ”A picture is worth a thousand words”. I wonder what Gov. Ishihara’s novel ”Season of the Sun” would look like as a doujinshi ero-manga? Lol!

    In reply to - kazaza2 posted an update in the group Politics in Japan and the Earth: I have the feeling that they’re being heavily influenced by the UN,US and other outside forces. It’s a continuation of the same thing that […] · View
  • kazaza2 posted a new activity comment: 3 years ago

    I’d be really interested in seeing who’s funding the advocacy groups at least in part. I’d be wiling to bet a lot of it is Church and women’s rights groups out of the US. There’s pressure from UNESCO also. Age of consent in Japan was 13 (still is nationally I believe) but most prefectures upped it to 18 which overrides national law.
    UNESCO…[Read more]

    In reply to - Aqualung25 posted an update in the group Politics in Japan and the Earth: I agree with kazaza. I respect Japan for their resilience to the outside (what they call resilience), but sooner or later they will get […] · View
  • kazaza2 posted a new activity comment: 3 years ago

    Dwindling, I fear.

    In reply to - Lone Ninja posted an update in the group Politics in Japan and the Earth: HOPE! Is there still such a thing? · View
  • kazaza2 posted a new activity comment: 3 years ago

    Yeah , the US has always had that smug air of moral superiority about it (totally unwarranted and hypocritical by the way). Always wanting to import “democracy and the American way” to the “natives” whether they want it or not. Followed closely by the Christian fundamentalists who want to proselytize the world and put chastity belts on…[Read more]

    In reply to - kazaza2 posted an update in the group Politics in Japan and the Earth: I have the feeling that they’re being heavily influenced by the UN,US and other outside forces. It’s a continuation of the same thing that […] · View
  • kazaza2 posted a new activity comment: 3 years ago

    I don’t think it will be laziness as much as some sort of sanction or worldwide finger pointing like the whaling controversy. ”If you don’t ban loli’s you can’t play with us!” mentality.

    In reply to - Aqualung25 posted an update in the group Politics in Japan and the Earth: I agree with kazaza. I respect Japan for their resilience to the outside (what they call resilience), but sooner or later they will get […] · View
  • kazaza2 posted an update in the group Group logo of Politics in Japan and the EarthPolitics in Japan and the Earth: 3 years ago

    I have the feeling that they’re being heavily influenced by the UN,US and other outside forces. It’s a continuation of the same thing that happened in the Meiji era., “trying to bring their culture more in line with pervading Western mores and thought”.

    Japanese literature has always had loli defloration and rape as one of it’s central…[Read more]

    • The ”child protection” scare racket was exported from the US to the rest of the world (Europe, Asia etc.), no doubt about that. Just like the post-9/11 security beef-up was implemented in airports worldwide. I mean, before these, people around the world are barely aware of the words Child Porn and Terrorism. Now these terms are like buzz words

      • Yeah , the US has always had that smug air of moral superiority about it (totally unwarranted and hypocritical by the way). Always wanting to import “democracy and the American way” to the “natives” whether they want it or not. Followed closely by the Christian fundamentalists who want to proselytize the world and put chastity belts on…[Read more]

    • Mm..interesting note on the Tale of Genji. There is a copy in the library. Perhaps I will go read it.

    • I think it would be good if people made manga/anime adaptations of these stories in all their lurid details and volunteer them to be the first victims, and then bring up the written/live versions which are not punished for comparison to point out this hypocrisy.

      • They do say ”A picture is worth a thousand words”. I wonder what Gov. Ishihara’s novel ”Season of the Sun” would look like as a doujinshi ero-manga? Lol!

  • kazaza2 posted an update in the group Group logo of Politics in Japan and the EarthPolitics in Japan and the Earth: 3 years ago

    Thanks for the invite to the group.

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