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Hey Tokyo, South Korea calling, oops “demanding”

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A Municipal Research Building located in Tokyo, Japan is host to an exhibition concerning Japan’s sovereignty over islands claimed by and belonging to Japan. Specifically: the Senkaku Islands and Takeshima. This innocent exhibition has been met with condemnation from Communist China, concern issued by Taiwan, and a demand from South Korea to close down the exhibition.

The Senkaku Islands are uninhabited, however patrolled and protected by the Japanese Coast Guard, and purchased by the Japanese national government.

China claims for the Senkaku Islands started around 1969 / 1970 after it was discovered the islands and surrounding waters possibly maintain large deposits of natural resources. Soon afterwards Taiwan issued a similar claim in an effort not to allow Communist China to be the sole claimant. From 1945 to 1952 during the USA occupation of Japan the islands were used as a bombing range for the U.S. Air Force.

How come Chiang Kai-shek of Taiwan, and Mao Zedong of Communist China did not yell at the USA: “Hey stop that bombing, those are our islands?” Their silence on the USA bombing of those islands is proof ownership did not and does not belong to either of them. Hence their complaints about the exhibition and claims of ownership are vacuous.

Takeshima or as the Koreans call it: Dokdo, are rocks or inlets belonging to Japan, however occupied by South Korea since 1954. Japan claiming ownership in an exhibition in Tokyo does not violate any Japanese or international law / convention. Hence the bellyaching from the South Korean government is laughable.

It is laughable because South Korea is in violation with relationship to Japan of a United Nations Convention and an 2015 agreement made between South Korean President Park and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. In the agreement Japan agreed to pay extortion money to South Korea, South Korea agreed to remove the Comfort Women statue placed across the street from the Japanese Embassy in Seoul, South Korea.

Guess what folks? Japan did pay the extortion money and the Comfort Women statue still sits across the street from the Japanese Embassy in Seoul, South Korea. In addition a new statue was placed across the street from the Japanese Consulate in Busan, South Korea.

That statue still being there violated the 2015 agreement. The UN Vienna Convention of Diplomatic Relations, Article 22, Paragraph 2 by allowing Comfort Women statues across the street from the Japanese embassy and Consulate are in violation of this Convention.

Related news articles:

Douglas MacArthur’s telegram about Takeshima / Dokdo on PropagandaBuster’s blog:

Douglas MacArthur’s telegram appeared on this Japanese website:

Related articles of the 2015 Comfort Women agreement between Japan and South Korea:

So-called “Comfort Women” complaining about the deal:

Text of the one-sided agreement:

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5 Comments

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    OUTSIDESOUND
    February 2, 2018 at 7:10 pm

    Whatever South Korea does, it's superior to any agreement or law.
    They even complain what is taught to the Japanese children at the Japanese schools.

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    Samdadora Sann
    February 2, 2018 at 9:20 pm

    The General Mc Arthur's biggest mistake during occupation of the Japan was sparing Hirohito and Abe Shinzo retard's grandfather and other Japanese fascists.
    The Dokdo was Korean land for thousands of years and will be for next thousand years. The Dokdo was admired by Koreans for thousands years bc they were seen from the Uleung islands while the Japanese fascists conveniently recognized it as strategetic military base in 1900s before invasion of Korea and rest of Asia.
    The Japan should unequivocally return the stolen lands to Ainus and Ryukyu kingdom. That would somewhat comfort their suffering and sorrow for hundreds of years under Japanese brutul rule.

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    Will Liam
    February 3, 2018 at 2:41 am

    Hey everybody, it's Marshall Applewhite, the founder of Heaven's Gate cult. He now pops up in Japan, being a Japanese shill….. Amazing….

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    Ghjkl Bnm
    February 3, 2018 at 4:12 am

    When China and Korea want easy money just play " the victim ".

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    Kitty George
    February 4, 2018 at 5:06 pm

    1. Korea invaded Takeshima and occupied while Japan couldn't have even coast guard.
    2. Korea shot Japanese fishermen who were fishing near Takeshima, massacred one fisherman and abducted thousands.
    3. Korea bartered the abducted fishermen with release and stay permit of Korean criminals who were about to be deported.
    Mean Koreans.

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