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August 30, 2012

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JamesP

New project for next week! Take sections of this, change "Korea" to "Tibet" and "Japan" to "China" and see if I can get the Global Times to publish it.

ajay

how the Japanese occupation saved Korea from a joint Methodist-Baptist-Comintern plot

"Shortly after your birth, your father, the king, abandoned the creed of his ancestors and became a Wesleyan Methodist - of the most bigoted and persecuting type..."

ajay

I think you'd be hard put to find a Chinese supporter of the view that the Japanese made things much better for everyone in China, but there are lots of Indian supporters of the view that the Japanese would have made things much better for everyone in India if only they'd been allowed to get that far.

Edmundharbord

“a man apparently likely to be Japan’s next Prime Minister”

Only in the sense that Robert Kilroy-Silk is apparently likely to be the UK’s next PM, surely?

The wheels seem to be coming off “The Rise of Hashism” – it was only last month that Hashimoto confessed to the thing with the hostess, the cosplay, and the sadomasochism. I rather assumed this was intended to distract from that.

The Osaka Ishin No Kai did extraordinarily well in the unified regionals - but this was immediately after the earthquake with a promise to abandon nuclear power. As Hashimoto is on board with the partial restart of the Oi reactor, they won't be able to play that card in the future.

ajay

As Hashimoto is on board with the partial restart of the Oi reactor

I would be behind nuclear power if the reactors had names like that.

Richard J

it was only last month that Hashimoto confessed to the thing with the hostess, the cosplay, and the sadomasochism.

Um, what?

Speaking of Oi!, I was reading the Ken MacLeod recommended 'Hate: My Life in the Far Right'. I've absolutely no idea who the bearded Sun columnist with a fondness for Oi! music and an SWP past who flirted with the National Front could possibly be. Do you, readers?

Perhaps he's hiding his light under something, I forget what.

ajay

This:
http://www.japantimes.co.jp/text/nn20120720a2.html

Phil

I imagine that would be the same journalist who attended a Mosley Society dinner for entirely legitimate journalistic purposes (possibly connected with a backgrounder on Peter and the Test Tube Babies), and not in any way because of rpolitical sympathies or personal connections with the said organisation. Searchlight initially took a different view, but the said journalist's lawyers helpfully got in touch and clarified the situation.

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