Re: Maria Ozawa Appreciation Club

tokyowhite wrote:
soldierant wrote:
tokyowhite wrote:

Mishima, aye that's the fella, homosexual, was it the Saint Sebastian image that gave it away?

Same guy that went down to the Tokyo army barracks in 1970 and said, "let's grab it all back from the yankees and yankee puppets - come on we can do this.." When they all laughed at him he commited suppuka on the balcony.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IasOkulcDQk his last interview in English, 1969

I'd ike to see Nick Griffin do that and you've got to admire Mishima's convictions really.

Not sure he would have approved of Maria Ozawa mind..

http://warungdvd.files.wordpress.com/20 … adashi.jpg

That's the guy .at least he died for what he believed in .not like the people today who want YOU top die for what they believe in

Is she half Japanese .half white? tidy !

Yep, he definitely followed through on what he believed and rather than become a laughing stock in the media killed himself in the time honored way, by cutting his own guts out..

To be fair he was as far right as you could get, but he was actually hated by the mainstream nationalists in Japan as he stated that Hirohito (the Emperor) should have abdicated and taken full responsibility for the war dead, something the nationalist hated, as they believe the buck stops with the Emperor. He was also disgusted that the Emperor denounced that he had a 'divine right' to do what ever he liked when the US came rolling into Japan. No surrender, was the order of the day for Mishima. Mishima's actual convictions were more geared towards the defence of Japanese culture, which is why on the otherhand he can be seen as a hero. He hated the americanization of Japan, the loss of values and respect that people might or might not have had before the invasion. For this reason he has a bit of Che Guavara thing going on with the kids in Japan, i.e. he makes it on to t-shirts and posters.

Anyway, back to Maria. Yes, she's half Japanese and half Canandian, something Mishima would have definitely not allowed, mixing the blood was a big no-no for him in keeping the Japanes culture alive.

I vaugly remember watching a film about him ,a whil back now though .he looks a bit like Anthony Quinn
It kept refering to teh bushido code .but i think you summed him up perfectly in the above ,definate right winger ,too far right for his time after the war .I remember something about the Japanese saying they didn't want to re instate their army because they didn't trust themselves so were quite happy that the US were there
at that particualr time .

That Maria is a looker that's for sure

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soldierant wrote:
old codger wrote:

Death and Night and Blood, by The Stranglers, is about Mishimo I believe.  Plus there are other references to him as JJ Burnel was a big fan.  'Ice' I think is one, on The Raven album, but I'm struggling to remember straight off the other songs that refer to him.  'La Folie' probably does too, as it refers to cannibalism.

Thanks for more pics of Maria btw big_smile

Tha snivelling shits did a song called " Bring me the head of yukia Mishima " back in 77 it was never released though I have it on a Peel session .Not your  usual punk material ,but educational never the less because it gave me the motivation to find out who he was .

That's the last piece of the honorable seppuka, your 2nd cuts your head off once you've peaked in agony. His 2nd was a lad who got him into all the militia stuff and he couldn't do it, possibly because they were lovers, so his 3rd in command, an expert swordsman and lawyer stepped up and did it in one strike, he's a priest now in rural Japan.

Apparently, Mishima had rehersed the whole thing over and over since 68, not sure what he would have done if the the army had been on side with him that day..

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you know what I call semantics? wank!

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Mokhtar Dahari Forever wrote:

thought u all would like this - http://bbs.allhabit.com/thread-1865638-1-1.html

Belter, higher quality bit of flange when you are assessing the bid-offer prices of your favourite stocks. Bloomberg should have a think about this sort of approach.

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Appreciate this..

http://youtu.be/XBRIf0pQ-E4

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Not mad on the tatts.

http://www.kindgirls.com/gallery/hegre/ … zawa/4968/

(She's had a load more since this set...)

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LUFC442 wrote:

Not mad on the tatts.

http://www.kindgirls.com/gallery/hegre/ … zawa/4968/

(She's had a load more since this set...)

Thank you, thank you, thank you..

Personally loving the tatts, she's a dirty bird alright..

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I'd love to touch her where she wees

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Feeling a right,,,

http://www.picturesx.net/data/media/192/mariaozawa028dn0.jpg

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