In Bushido, your depth of being honorable and chivalrous is about what you do and say, not what you watch on the cinema screen or play on a computer. Real chivalry is about how you treat those who are not like yourself, and in learning the customs of another, and in defending those who are not like you. Anyone can silently protect the staus quo, and that is largely the measure of being craven, the antithesis of chivalry. In saying "Jap Samurai
", you defame those who you simultaneously ascribe to emulate. In saying Jap history
, you denigrate those who lived by Bushido. In sterotyping Japs
, you prove yourself without an education, usually an essential aspect of chivalry. I mock anyone who proclaims to honor soldiers in history, but then fails to honor the soldiers by risking the courage to be chivalrous. Why is the pejorative term Jap, a term offensive to people of Japanese ancestry, allowed at the TWCenter?
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