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Estando no meio de uma guerra que dividiu o Japão que acabara de perder para os EUA, Zaji vaga pela terra que costumava ser uma cidade. Sofrendo de amnésia, a única coisa que ele lembra é que ele tem que se lembrar de algo importante. Rapidamente ele aprende que tem incríveis habilidades de combate em artes marciais e é capaz de usar isso mesmo sem se dar conta, já que parece que essas habilidades vêm se enraizando no seu corpo através de anos de treinamento. Ele se encontra com Gin, o proprietário de um bar local que é frequentado por soldados americanos. Zaji começa a conhecer a extensão de sua força enquanto ele tenta proteger os desamparados em uma sociedade devastada.
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Opening of the Monument to Stalin in Moscow.



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Opening of the Monument to Stalin in Moscow.
Dictator Stalin, this bloody dictator, even in Soviet times, after his death, did not erect monuments. Monuments to Stalin have no artistic value and contradict historical facts; the monuments were erected only to assert autolitarism in present-day Putin's Russia.
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