Japanese Embassy in Beijing Set Ablaze While Police Distracted by Elderly Petitioner

Saturday, September 22, 2012
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BEIJING — Yesterday afternoon, anti-Japanese protesters managed to set fire to the Japanese Embassy when the riot police protecting the consulate were suddenly called away to deal with a “threat to national security” elsewhere in the city.

Protesters used the window of opportunity to dismantle the protective barriers around the embassy and set it ablaze. The nationalist mob was later seen roaming the streets in search of other scapegoats for their anger.

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Woman Discovers Her Car Is Japanese After Seeing It Smashed by Roving Mob

Friday, September 21, 2012
That'll teach Japan

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Flag Printers, Auto Repair Shops Loving Anti-Japanese Protests

Wednesday, September 19, 2012
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SHANGHAI — Though many Japanese factories and businesses have closed due to the recent protests, causing untold financial damage to both the Japanese and Chinese economies, some businesses are thriving amid the misguided anger.

“There’s nothing like blind jingoism tinged with racial overtones to boost sales,” says Zhang Han, who owns a flag printing shop downtown. “In fact, I haven’t seen sales like this since the Belgrade embassy bombing in ’99.”

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POLL: Less than 1% of Protesters Clamoring for War Have Actually Held a Gun

Tuesday, September 18, 2012
People who have no fucking idea what war is

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Protesters Demonstrate China’s Peaceful Rise by Destroying Shit from Countries They Don’t Agree With

Monday, September 17, 2012
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