Paul Watson, leader of the crazed eco-terrorists at Sea Shepherd, has written a poem implying the earthquake which recently killed thousands of Japanese was divine retribution for mistreating the oceans, whilst other crackpot greens have been rejoicing at the prospect of people from the same country as people who kill whales and dolphins dying.

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  • Anonymous commented on April 13, 2011 15:18

    Watson is a cultist. His followers are cult members. Beware this maniac. He has lost his marbles long ago along with the plot.... More

  • Anonymous commented on April 13, 2011 15:14

    What a stinking freak to say that 'karma' was the reason thousands died in Japan. He has no respect for anyone, he would have been celebrating when he heard the news. What a vile... More

Top 10 Manga to Learn History From


Manga fans supply a ranking of the manga they feel most likely to be useful in gleaning some understanding of history from.

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  • Anonymous commented on March 11, 2011 22:40

    You've got to be kidding me! No Lone Wolf and Cub, no Samurai Executioner, no Path of the Assassin??? One would think Goseki Kojima and Kazuo Koike's work would certainly be up there in any... More

  • Anonymous commented on March 11, 2011 05:14

    No way... Must go eat cheesecake to quell my tears from this news.... More

BBC Cancels Japan Trip Over Japanese Whining


The BBC is cancelling some of its filming in Japan in response to the complaints of the Japanese embassy about a comedy programme which called a man who survived two atomic bomb blasts “unlucky.”

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  • Anonymous commented on February 15, 2011 04:22

    Wait a minute.... They mock the DUTCH!?!?! That's unforgivable! The cast of Top Gear must be brought to justice.... More

  • Anonymous commented on February 8, 2011 04:26

    yeah man grow some bolls, seriously... More

Japan Protests BBC A-Bomb Survivor Joke


The Japanese Embassy in London has issued a formal protest against the BBC for airing a programme daring to call a man who survived both Hiroshima and Nagasaki the world’s unluckiest man.

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  • Anonymous commented on September 21, 2011 04:36

    Lol Ishihara will probably use this in some way to bolster his call for arming Japan with nukes. I can see it now "The perverse nations of the world have made light of one of... More

  • shoganai commented on February 5, 2011 05:47

    "Hey Artefact, why don't you write a transcript of the clip in Japanese - it couldn't take more than 20 minutes. If 2ch read the actual dialogue, I'm sure they would see it's not really offensive.... More

East Asian Politics Understood Through Naked Girls


Recent events have prompted Chinese to re-examine the artwork shown above – not for its rather tasteful depiction of naked young girls, but instead for its hidden allegorical subtext, showing as it does with some clarity the power struggle over the future of Taiwan and the wider East Asian region.

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  • aaa commented on November 29, 2011 01:33

    The idea of this picture came when the author is watching K-ON! while reading about politics. Seriously, the left one is Mio, bottom is Ritsu, top is Mugi, the sleeping one is of course Yui, and... More

  • Anonymous commented on July 27, 2011 23:16

    I second that emotion.... More

Japan Fights China with Moe, China Crushed


Japanese otaku have fought back against Chinese propaganda by turning the favourite anti-Japanese insult of the Chinese into a moe character.

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  • Anonymous commented on September 5, 2015 09:24

    Because people, some humans might be smart, or even geniuses, but humanity as a whole is utterly retarded, its a fact of the universe, we are dumb and retarded and destroying ourselves and the planet... More

  • Anonymous commented on September 5, 2015 09:16

    Wait a second, she was SOO BADASS that she managed to make the Government go "SHUT AND TAKE MY MONEY" at her because they were fed up with fighting her and losing(also I assume a... More


Anti-Japanese riots have been reported in China in response to a march on the Chinese Embassy in Tokyo by Japanese opposed to Chinese aggression, with mobs running riot the government apparently powerless to quell the disturbances.

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  • Anonymous commented on September 18, 2012 17:58

    the japan gov just have to hire jb to go there (CHINA) and use him as a escapegoat... More

  • Anonymous commented on September 18, 2012 07:54

    yeah, that's the spirit...... More

Moe Moe North Korea


As previously established, Japan can make anything moe – the latest unlikely subject to receive this treatment is none other than China’s slave-state vassal, North Korea.

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  • Anonymous commented on June 8, 2012 09:13

    ROFLMAO (^O^)... More

  • Anonymous commented on October 13, 2010 18:16

    Just like the idolized emperor, right? The teapot calls the kettle black.... More


A Chinese article condemning the current state of Chinese martial arts as being “extremely low level” in the wake of a major tournament has sparked a great deal of controversy, with many Japanese of course only too happy to agree with the assessment.

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  • Anonymous commented on August 7, 2012 08:45

    Four words: Ng Mui Si Tai : P... More

  • Anonymous commented on March 31, 2012 06:08

    The thing with martial arts is: they only teach you the form, but not necessary how to use it.. why? The ones who teach like to keep the goods to themselves so others can't learn.... More

“I Ordered My Men to Use a Prisoner for Bayonet Practice”


An elderly Japanese veteran’s recollection of how he ordered his men to use a Chinese prisoner as a target for bayonet drill, reasoning that the soldiers needed to develop some “backbone,” is proving highly controversial online.

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  • Anonymous commented on September 29, 2010 08:15

    I hate to break it to you, but having the "big bully" in America has probably resulted in a decrease in major warfare. If only because the presence of a superpower means anyone that gets... More

  • Anonymous commented on September 29, 2010 02:32

    Oh god are people still spewing this "the bomb saved lives" propaganda...... More

2ch & Korea to Mark V-J Day with Cyber War


Both Japanese and Korean Internet users are reported to be planning a “cyber-war” against each other on the anniversary of Japan’s loss of the Second World War.

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  • Anonymous commented on January 21, 2013 13:21

    "The 15th of August is Victory over Japan Day (V-J Day), celebrating the defeat of Japan by America and its "minions." Wow, now I know which side Sankaku Complex is siding with...... More

  • Anonymous commented on January 6, 2013 00:50

    People clinging to the past will never be able to look toward the future. Hatred would breed more hatred. It would be really good for Japanese, Koreans, And chinese to do everything that they can... More

Outrage Over US “Apology” for Nuking Japan


The US government has been accused of issuing a “silent apology” for its atom bombing of Japan by sending an ambassador to a ceremony marking the 65th anniversary of Hiroshima being bombed.

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  • Anonymous commented on August 13, 2012 01:59

    Ugh U.S. and Iraq war is same thing!!!... More

  • Anonymous commented on March 23, 2012 00:15

    Kill thousands of women and children to save hundred and thousands of solider's life. or kill hundred of thousands of soldiers. Logic one: thousands < hundreds of thousands Logic two: Killing of innocent is wrong Which to choose?... More

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