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Posted in: U.S. demanded Japan pay $8 bil annually for troops: Bolton See in context

It's complete BS. Japan INC. wants the U.S. military in Japan. Why all the huffing and puffing to get the U.S. out. Huff and Puff to the Japanese Government if you're so concerned about your country. They set the foreign policies, not the U.S.

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Posted in: At least 39 injured in knife attack at China kindergarten See in context

probably testing drugs.

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Posted in: Searching 'racist' on Twitter brings up Trump as top result See in context

You cannot complain about the situation if you are part of the problem.

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Posted in: Chinese media, HK gov't lash out at at Trump's pledge of curbs, sanctions See in context

USA Trump are bullies I implore rest of world to sanction their arses what it feels like

By all means, and what would you propose?

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Posted in: Trump says protesters would have met 'vicious dogs' if White House fence breached See in context

The Minnesota public safety commissioner says white nationalists are organizing and coming to the state for violence and destruction. In other words, white supremacists are following Trump's lead.

They have to say it is White Supremacists(as ludicrous as that is) because that is the only group the government is allowed to take action against. They can't call it what it is because they are squeamish cowards who are afraid to be called racist.

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Posted in: U.S. death toll from coronavirus passes 100,000 See in context

This from someone who made the below post yesterday

There is no agenda in that comment, simply an observation. Blaming 100000 deaths from a worldwide pandemic on the President is clearly a biased and agenda driven post.

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Posted in: Biden calls Trump a 'fool' for mocking masks during pandemic See in context

Biden is such a corrupt politician. Couldn't stand the guy 15 years ago , can't stand him now. He will surely lose the election and once again the Democrats will have nobody to blame but themselves.

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Posted in: Biden calls Trump a 'fool' for mocking masks during pandemic See in context

Amid the coronavirus shutdown, Biden has been reduced to being a podcaster in his basement. I almost feel sorry for the guy.

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Posted in: Japan airs strong concern after Hong Kong rally over security law See in context

Why are we trading with China at all? They are running concentration camps and engaged in ethnic cleansing.

What happened to never again?

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Posted in: Biden makes 1st in-person appearance in more than 2 months See in context

"Black people can't rent my apartments".

A Four-bedroom condo on Trump Tower's 63rd floor just a few floors down from Trump's $100m Manhattan penthouse is where Micheal Jackson lived for years.

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Posted in: Biden makes 1st in-person appearance in more than 2 months See in context

Biden should just refuse to debate.

With his massive ego, he will definetly debate. Both will lie to the American people but Biden will risk it all because he has a reputation for saying things that make no sense, he is a gaffe machine. Trump on the other hand through the entertainment business has been groomed to speak, act and move in a way to convince and win the audience. I have no agenda about would win a debate. Should be fun to watch.

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Posted in: Outrage in Hong Kong as China pushes security law See in context

China sucks! The world needs to pounce on them now!

China sucks! The world needs to pounce on them now!

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Posted in: Biden's VP search puts spotlight on how long he might serve if elected See in context

Biden's intellect is far superior to Trump's

I felt sick to my stomach after reading that.

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Posted in: The end of the open plan office? Workspaces get post-pandemic makeovers See in context

Good riddance, Japanese office spaces are so old and outdated, there is no creativity or pleasure inside any of them. Maybe some great new innovation will come!

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Posted in: Arrests, conspiracy theories at Australia anti-lockdown protest See in context

I imagine since they aren't wearing masks or distancing, they'll really be hurting a few days from now...maybe in ICU...

I don't think so.

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Posted in: Arrests, conspiracy theories at Australia anti-lockdown protest See in context

Government overreach and secrecy will lose in the end. Power to the people.

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Posted in: Japan looks to lift emergency in some areas ahead of May 31 See in context

I understand the need to get things back to as close to “normal” as possible and hope this does not come back to bite is as a second wave.

Things will never get close to "normal" again.

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Posted in: Biden declares sexual assault 'never, never happened' See in context

The truth is out there. He did it.

Do we prove it now and he is gone, or do we wait and prove it after he is nominated?

Either way he is TOAST.

I bet the libs, eventually, will throw him under the bus for another loon.

Mark my words.

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Posted in: Armed U.S. protesters enter Michigan capitol to demand lockdown end See in context

You only carry a gun if you also intend to use it. They entered the capital building in a very violent threatening manner. Their protest should have remained outside the building. Minority groups forcing their views onto others.

Funny thing is that is how The U.S. was built.

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Posted in: Armed U.S. protesters enter Michigan capitol to demand lockdown end See in context

WW3 is on the way. This can still be avoided if the hotheads cool down a little and slowly piece the world back together.

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Posted in: Sex assault allegation raises questions for Biden, Democrats See in context

The most dishonest politician in the history of American politics. And yes, he has been around that long.

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Posted in: Trump says he does not believe polls that show Biden ahead in presidential race; slams China See in context

Biden is a Charlatan Politician and the world knows it. He is easy to control and manipulate. It's so obvious he can never win the Whitehouse.

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Posted in: Sanders endorses ex-rival Biden for U.S. president See in context

Bernie Sanders is a charlatan! Disagrees with all sleepy Joes policies and now endorses him. I feel sorry for his supporters.

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Posted in: Hokkaido declares state of emergency again; 166 new coronavirus cases in Tokyo See in context

I have lived in Japan for a long time and when I first arrived I thought this country was a very high technology place. As I stay and watch people I have come to the conclusion the Japanese system of life is all about living in the dark ages. Japanese resist change and this has hurt their economy, lifestyle and future.

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Posted in: Hokkaido declares state of emergency again; 166 new coronavirus cases in Tokyo See in context

Everything is under control, so far.

BS

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Posted in: Japan records 503 coronavirus infections on Wednesday; biggest daily jump since start of pandemic See in context

 I sure as hell can't afford to risk my job by staying home.

Very selfish thinking, The point is you could feel fine, yet be a carrier and infecting all your workers around you.

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Posted in: Japan records 503 coronavirus infections on Wednesday; biggest daily jump since start of pandemic See in context

The problem in Japan is there are no leaders here. Only followers following followers. No-one (including the Prime Minister) steps up to the challenge of taking care of the people in her country.

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Posted in: Trump threatens to freeze U.S. funding for WHO, saying they 'missed the call' on coronavirus See in context

For anyone interested........https://www.centerforsecuritypolicy.org/2020/03/19/world-health-organization-acts-like-propagandist-for-chinese-regime/

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Posted in: Tokyo running out of beds and gear, medical staff say See in context

Running out of beds and equipment? I thought the pandemic in Tokyo was just beginning? I guess someone hasn't been telling the truth.

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Posted in: More Americans think U.S.-Japan relations improved under Trump: poll See in context

 I can't think of any president who has been so universally disliked.

That means he must be doing a terrific job!

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