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Japanese Nationalists on Diaoyu Islands, Netizen Reactions

The right wingers who have landed on Diaoyu Islands.

The right-wingers who have landed on the Diaoyu Islands.

From QQ:

Detailed Pictures of Japanese Right-Wingers Landing on the Diaoyu Islands Revealed

August 18 to 19, 150 Japanese right-wingers sailed on 21 boats from Ishigaki Island of Okinawa to the waters of the Diaoyu Islands [aka Senkaku Islands] to hold a commemoration. 10 people of them landed on the the Diaoyu Islands, and the Japanese media recently published photographs of the 10 people’s activities on the island. These pictures are of the Japanese right-wingers are paying a tribute to a stone monument on the islands.

The Japanese right-wingers are paying a tribute to a stone Monument on the islands.

Japanese right-wingers are paying a tribute to a stone monument on the islands.

The Japanese right-wingers are paying a tribute to a stone Monument on the islands.

A beacon is covered with Japanese national flags.

The right-wingers covered a beacon built in the past with Japanese national flags.

The right-wingers who have landed on the Diaoyu Islands.

According to the report, the 10 people who landed on the Diaoyu Islands were 5 local assembly members, Akihiro Suzuki of Tokyo, Ichiro Wada of Hyogo, Kojima Ji-ho of Ibaraki Toride, Kosaka Eiji of Tokyo Arakawa, Tanaka Taro Tokyo Suginami, and some political group personnel, including a female.

The scenic the Diaoyu Islands are thickly covered by tropical vegetation.

A Japanese right-winger has climbed up onto high-ground on the Diaoyu Islands with a national flag. From the photos, the Diaoyu Islands are thickly covered by tropical vegetation, its scenery beautiful.

Japanese national flag and the word "Japan" are painted on the Diaoyu Islands.

The Japanese national flag and the word “Japan” painted on the Diaoyu Islands.

This group of right-wingers are sailing to the Diaoyu Islands on 21 rented boats.

This group of right-wingers sailed to the Diaoyu Islands on 21 rented boats.

The right-wingers are on the boat.

The right-wingers holding a commemoration ceremony for those Japanese who died in World War II.

The right-wingers have swum ashore.

Some right-wingers jumped into the sea and swam ashore onto the Diaoyu Islands.

Some right-wingers have landed on the islands.

The Japanese Coast Guard ship that was patrolling nearby didn’t stop them from landing on the islands.

The right-wingers who have landed on the Diaoyu Islands.

The right-wingers stayed on the islands for about two hours and displayed Japanese national flags.

The right-wingers who have landed on the Diaoyu Islands.

The right-wingers that landed on the Diaoyu Islands.

The right-wingers who have landed on the Diaoyu Islands.

The right-wingers who have landed on the Diaoyu Islands.

The right-wingers who have landed on the Diaoyu Islands.

The right-wingers who have landed on the Diaoyu Islands.

The right-wingers who have landed on the Diaoyu Islands.

The right-wingers are returning.

After staying on the island for two hours, the right-wingers boarded the Japanese Coast Guard ship and returned.

The  press conference.

The Japanese assembly members who participated in the Dioayu Islands commemoration ceremony held a press conference after returning to port.

The right-wingers are on their way to Yaeyama Police Station of Japan.

August 20, the 10 right-wingers suspected of violating the Japanese Minor Offenses Law for landing on the Diaoyu Islands are under investigation and on their way to Yaeyama Police Station of Japan. These right-wingers are wearing casual clothing, with smiles on their faces and their noses in the air.

Comments from QQ:

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腾讯网友 oンBingン:

I don’t even know what to say anymore. China, China, why so quiet? Our compatriots didn’t even reach the shore before they were intercepted, yet the Japanese can go on the island and finish paying their respects while our people are nowhere to be seen. May I ask what was our nation doing during then? May I ask if it goes on like this, who will still say that Japan is violating the law? We don’t even enforce the law ourselves, so who else would believe that the islands are ours? So disappointed by our country.

腾讯金华市网友 快樂++me:

It seems that the Diaoyu Islands don’t belong to China, and seems to belong to Japan. We Chinese better not bother Japan anymore.

腾讯六安市网友 残荷听雨:

Exactly to which country do the Diaoyu Islands belong? If they don’t belong to China, then don’t say they do. If they do belong to China, then do something real to take them back! Don’t just protest every day!!

腾讯广州市网友 云中燕:

Don’t report this kind of news anymore, it just pisses us off reading it.

腾讯网友 .蒾惘|:

Little Japan dares to arrest your people for landing on Diaoyu Island, but do you dare? Do you dare? Do you really dare? You don’t dare, right? Haha, if you don’t dare, then you don’t dare, verbal attacks also count!!

腾讯铜仁地区网友 半面人:

Talk no national affairs, off shopping for food at the farmer’s market…

腾讯深圳市网友 ☆星晴☆:

What can I do to save you, my motherland? What can I do to protect you, China?!!

腾讯广州市网友 *落叶*随风*:

Why not fight? What are we scared of? 65 years ago they invaded us, 65 years later what’s there to be afraid of? Now peace isn’t working, what’s the damn point of condemning?

腾讯成都市网友 778038140:

Let us Chinese organize 150,000 people to land on the islands and see what they can do about it.

腾讯网友 猎鹰:

Truly speechless, I bet the Chinese government is again strongly condemn this, right?

腾讯大连市网友 捌柒式山炮:

It feels like when your wife is raped yet you can only stand at a distance cursing the culprit, “dare you do it again?”…
It feels like when your asshole’s getting fucked yet you can only say “shit, this hurts like hell”!

腾讯网友 “麗”:

What’s the point of spending so much money and keeping an army of so many soldiers??? If they’re not going to be used for war, can they at least be used to stop/intercept them???

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腾讯杭州市网友 Esky_area:

Where did China’s fishery patrol ships go?? It was 7 something when they landed on the islands.

腾讯晋中市网友 – 〃:

Where was the South Sea Fleet? [Our country] only knows to discuss all day on TV, just talk and no action. They have invaded our home, yet still we sit tight. Have you all TM forgotten Grandpa Mao’s saying “If they don’t bother me, I won’t bother them”?
Or are people getting old, that the courage to face the music has been obliterated?? Chairman, 1.3 billion of our countrymen support you in destroying Little Japan. Don’t worry about public opinion, strength/power speaks for itself!!!

腾讯网友 中领:

Where were our people? The fleet, the chengguan??? I don’t understand it at all. I support sending the army calcium tablets [to grow a backbone].

腾讯网友 乱世乞丐:

Furious. Furious. Little Japanese can simply swagger onto the Diaoyu Islands. China, what are you doing? The government isn’t doing its job, couldn’t you also have arrested some little Japanese? Or are you afraid of them! The heroes who defended the Diaoyu Islands hadn’t even gotten home yet [and this happened]. What a shame, China! Old Hu is getting fat…

腾讯广州市网友 幸福快乐:

How come their people can land on the Diaoyu Islands without us going to arrest them? While our people who go get arrested by them?

腾讯红河州网友 懒猫:

Little Japan, get the hell out of the Diaoyu Islands, seeing your wretched appearances makes me want to puke.

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Written by Peter Barefoot

Peter is a born and raised Chengdunese who enjoys drinking with all his friends.

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