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The meaning of the sentence aside, I also wonder why だ is used at the end. Is it for emphasis or something like that?

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I also wonder why だ is used at the end.

It quotes the phrase 「なるようになれ」 as a noun referring to the policy "let it be". So to complement a context, it kind of says:

  • I'll bet on "let it be".
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"なる" = "to be" "ように" = "like" "なれ" = "Be"

So it means something like "let it be" in a negative tone. He gets desperate.

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