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Gee. This Korean reporter seems SO and MORE excited than usual. Cool your head down and stop eating too much Kimchi

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@OssanAmerica

Japan has not been making that request for 3 years. Also, why is the same request not being made of Germany? They share tech and assist North Korea as well. They develop several projects there. The only difference between Korea and Germany is the comfort women issue.

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@sensei258

Why do you suppose nothing will happen to him? I am genuinely interested to know.

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Clint is an absolute legend.

What a life he has had and led.

A top bloke if there was ever one.

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For the life of me, I can't understand why so many people are so obsessed with what people do to their own bodies. It is almost as if you don't own your own physical shell.

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This will appeal very strongly to those who are solid Labour and who will always vote Labour, unless tempted by fringe parties of the left.

The challenge might be that it will not attract enough who voted Tory at the last election, and without them, they will attract few new supporters, and may wiel lose others.

Polling at about 30% and I don't think that this will increase that number.

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Masako looks OK but the emperor looks like someone from Blackadder.

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Sensei,

Today's top post goes to you.

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China is indeed targeting developed counties as well as third world countries. Influencing politics, business, education, even entertainment. It doesn't really take a security expert to figure this out.

I think in the past you advocated war with China. What do you think? Go to war with them for doing what the largest superpower does?

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Because he realized that nothing at all will happen to him

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South Korea just proved that they are "untrustworthy" just as Japan says.

Tim to bring our troops home. No point in US troops stationed in a country that is not our ally.

Let the South Koreans be their own tripwire.

"South Korean President Moon Jae-in did not refer to the security pact in a Friday speech but alluded to Japan's export restrictions, saying South Korea would be a semiconductor powerhouse if it could secure a reliable supply of materials."

Then just hand over the export information that Japan has been requesting for 3 years in order to get back on their White List. Why is something so simple so impossible for South Korea?

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The date for Ghosn's trial has not been set.

It seems a little puzzling that 3 judges (Kenji Shimozu, Kazunon Fukushima, and Kenji Matsushita) have been appointed as the trail judges, yet no date has been set.

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strangerland:

And what were these supposed motivations behind the "fake media" to bury the story? Why would they do such a thing when they can make money off reporting it?

Too much of the globalist elite involved with the suicider, including the topic of this story. Isn't that obvious?

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How very generous of them - not!

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Ptownsend:

The fake media? Could that be the media pandering to Trump, the outlets trying to protect him and the global far right agendas he's pushing?

Can you name those media pandering to Trump and trying to protect him? When turn on the TV or read the "mainstream" news promoted by big tech and quoted by the Trump haters here, I do not see any of those. What I see is TDS all day long.

Would be curious to see what you have in mind.

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Agreed. Raelene Castle for a start

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Chip Star:

This is a blatant dodge. Let me try to put the question to you more simply. The following question requires a yes or no answer:

Does Australia as the world's largest exporter of coal have an impact on climate change?

I answered that: No it does not. Coal importers buy coal because they need it. If Australia drops out as a coal exporter, production elsewhere will increase. As I pointed out, the only result would be economic collapse in Australia and possibly rising prices elsewhere. None of which has an effect on the climate, even if you accept the "climate change is 100% man made" hoax.

Just where is the mental block here?

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So remember those headlines Koizumi made a few months ago about making climate change "cool" and "sexy"?

Yeah, as suspected that doesn't mean he is going to actually do anything whatsoever.

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As credible as the comment "everything is under control".

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"Foreign Minister Kang, asked if ending the GSOMIA risked harming the alliance with the United States, said the decision was made "solely within the context" of Japan ties."

The United States is obligated by treaty to defend South Korea. In order to do so the US must reply upon it's assets and resources in, as well as logistical cooperation from Japan, which it is also obligated by treaty to defend. South Korea is indeed harming it's alliance with the United States. In fact it is unilaterally disrupting the US-JPN-SK strategic alliance and harming US interests.

If South Korea has such a huge chip on it's shoulder when it comes to Japan, without which it would never have achieved the economic development that it has, they have no business pretending to be a US ally. They can start teaching Chinese in South Korean schools and put Kim photos up in the classrooms. The U.S. will not forget this betrayal after nearly 70 years.

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China is indeed targeting developed counties as well as third world countries. Influencing politics, business, education, even entertainment. It doesn't really take a security expert to figure this out.

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Their poor mother!

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"I don't have a problem with the death penalty per se. Rapist/murdering scum should be exterminated. However, given Japan's dodgy system of forced confessions and the 99% conviction rate scam, I don't think it is the best country to have it".

THIS

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metoo nonsense

You consider sexual assault to be nonsense? You and your kind are what is wrong here, to think profits should trump a criminal investigation.

Apple chooses, quite rightly, not to release a film while this accusation - of the rape of minors - hangs over it. No doubt they will release at a later date. Don't worry, your investment in the film is safe.

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The water should be permanently stored at TEPCO's expense, and if it takes all executive salaries to cover the costs as well sales of mansions and other luxuries, so be it.

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It’s pretty much a different version of the “cancel culture” in the U.S.

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