Bill Wright comments

Posted in: Japan defends U.S.-S Korea military drills See in context

OMG, every year this exercise is conducted and every year NK makes virtually the same comments/ rhetoric — to many ney sayers are reading to much into this. We. need to concentrate on the July-in-Singapore meeting and it’s possible end to the Korean Action and the real possibility of the Reunification of the Korean peninsula and the verifiable end to the north’s dismantling and subsequent termination of all its Nuclear weapons and deleivery systems. In the intern hopefully the return of Japanese Abductives being returned.

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Posted in: Japan expresses concern at relocation of U.S. Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem See in context

Jerusalem has always been the jewish state of Israel‘s capital city and its only right that diplomatic missions should be established there as they are in Washington D.C. and other nations throughout the civilized world.

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Posted in: 'Evangelion' bullet train makes final run See in context

Evolution, today’s modernization trumps yesterday’s achievements, and soon and so on.....

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Posted in: Abe tells N Korea: Release Japanese abductees or no aid See in context

Good move, with Trump’s obtaining the US Hostages as pralude to hismeeting - Abe s righton que!

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Posted in: 'Cut off hands': Mexican presidential candidate's plan to deter thieves See in context

Jaime Rodriguez is another wealthy Mexican politician out of touch with the Devastating poverty in his own country. People steal to survive in his country, not for personal gain. We all have our share of educated illiterate potation !!!

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Posted in: Protest rally marks one year since start of seawall work for U.S. base See in context

Old core Okinawan Japanese Have no love loss for USMC since WWII. It has nothing to do with a base shifting. SOPA will dictate the final outcome of this tit 4 tat and in the long run — the security of Japan will win out.

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Posted in: Protest rally marks one year since start of seawall work for U.S. base See in context

Okinawan Japanese

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Posted in: Volcano erupts in Kyushu, spitting out smoke and rock; no injuries See in context

The Japan Meteorological Agency needs to diligently monitor all underground activity across the three island chain due to the increasing spread of volcanic eruptions occurring. Hopefully it’s not a pending indication of a more sever incident coming.

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Posted in: Japan welcomes Trump shift on TPP, but warns against renegotiation See in context

History tells us that the freest trade does not necessarily guarantee maximum growth of the world economy. It also tells us that the launch of the WTO regime and various other initiatives to further liberalise the world economy, including TPP, had, at best, a marginal effect on global economic growth. In this respect, President Trump's dumping of TPP and his intended revisions of other trade agreements themselves would not have strong negative effects on the world economy.

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Posted in: Japanese researchers map 'semi-infinite' rare earth reserves See in context

Recycling Cry is a great ideal however, recycling has proven its incapable of keeping up with the Demands. The world is a Tech hungry monster that devoures everything in its path, I.e. the drain on its rare elements to meet that demand.

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Posted in: New Zealand PM says her country 'undeniably' racist See in context

Racism exist worldwide, to say/think otherwise is pure lunacy, it’s inbreaded into every society.

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Posted in: Aso admonishes top bureaucrat after sexual harassment report See in context

Sad however indicative of how Japanese females are still treated by men, especially men of power in Japanese society. Ancient and modern Japanese customs have yet to completely merg/evolve .

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Posted in: Amnesty accuses Japan of breaching int'l rules on death penalty See in context

No capital crime, no capital punishment — Amnesty International’s goals met! Simple solution. Humanity always cry’s out for retribution for capital crimes against its persons, without it we would live in a LAWLESS world!!!

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Posted in: Convicted thief escapes from open-type prison in Ehime See in context

For Jonney Knoxville; We have them in the U.S., they’re called “Federal Work Camps” and the inmates are actually bused to and from worksites and preform ground maintenance. Like Japan and several other countries worldwide these facilities as a whole detain individuals convicted of “white collard” crimes, street drug dealers, embezzlers, co-conspirators of crimes competed against persons, and etc. and if they “ violate” the rule/regulations established for the work camp confinement they are normally transferred to a hardline (regular) confinement facility. Here the transfer is going to be from one state confinement facility to another state i,e. Florida to Nebraska. Immediate families of inmates are known to move within close vicanity of these facilities because they’re permitted visitation rights on weekends and national holidays. This also works as a deterrent against the inmates violating the rules/regulations.

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Posted in: Rape victim wants Japan to do more on U.S. military crimes See in context

SOPA agreements between all countries that host U.S. military forces cover crimes committed again that countries nationals and jurisdiction of all crimes against host nationals is under their laws and adjudicated in their judicial systems. Findings of guilty that require incarceration will be served in host confinement facilities. Exception to the rule being “ Capital punishment” sentience with 20 yrs or more assigned are split 50-50 between the host and the U.S.

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Posted in: Tokyo school ramps up security over Armani uniforms on first day See in context

Reading all these comments just amazed me of how little westerners understand Japanese Culture. It’s not something you can read in books or having never lived inside Japan amount the popular for a period of time — understand. Discipline, Courtesy , honesty, and Respect for other “are not” just “buss words” they’re Indicative of their daily lifestyle — family, education, jobs, debts, and honoring commitments are everything to them from adolescence to old age. There’s no other country in the AsIan realm that practices all of these aptitudes like the Japanese. School uniforms are for the most part identical with the exception of individual school identifying marking. I seriously doubt ridicule is a real worry by the students or cost of the uniforms giving them a “swell head”.

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Posted in: Trump vows to deploy military to Mexican border See in context

A country without borders is an occupied lawless land mass and a country without Laws is doomed to failure, even those ruled over my emperors , Kings , Presidents, Potentates,or Warlords or for that matter Individuals making their own Personal Edits !!!

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Posted in: Trump vows to deploy military to Mexican border See in context

POSSE

The Act only specifically applies to the United States Army and, as amended in 1956, the United States Air Force. While the Act does not explicitly mention the United States Navy and the United States Marine Corps, the Department of the Navy has prescribed regulations that are generally construed to give the Act force with respect to those services as well. The Act does not apply to the Army National Guard or the Air National Guard under state authority from acting in a law enforcementcapacity within its home state or in an adjacent state if invited by that state's governor. The United States Coast Guard, which operates under the Department of Homeland Security, is not covered by the Posse Comitatus Act either, primarily because although the Coast Guard is an armed service, it also has both a maritime law enforcement mission and a federal regulatory agency mission.

The title of the act comes from the legal concept of posse comitatus, the authority under which a county sheriff, or other law officer, conscripts any able-bodied man to assist her or him in keeping the peace.

History

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Posted in: Trump says U.S. withdrawing from Syria very soon; 'let others take care of it' See in context

It’s so very hard to help those who are not willing to help themselves. Even if we stabilize Syria prior to withdrawal, little would have been accomplished if ISIS returns and the Syrians offer no resistance. This is a national problem throughout the Middle Eastren countries and a Prime example of what happens when a country doesn’t enforce its Borders. The Middle East, Europe and the Umuted States are experiencing the same problems disguised as “ humanitarian “ and it’s draining their own identities and Financial reserves to the point that their own citizens and inner structures are suffering many quality of life shortfalls.

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Posted in: Trump strongly denies Stormy Daniels affair See in context

Stormy has consensual sex all the time after all she is a “ professional adult movie actress”. She’s had to fake so many sexual encounters on screen it’s a wonder she’s able to remember them all. Like the Christian Bible quotes Jesus Christ “let those without Sin, cast the first stone” on in this instance “let those who’ve never had a casual consensual sexual encounter with anyone other than their hand” publicize it from the mountaintops.

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Posted in: Steam leak prompts power generation to halt at Kyushu nuclear plant See in context

Déjà vu 3 Mile Island incident all over again??? Following a sream leak in its piping system, also after a recent plant certification inspection In 1979 at the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant in USA a cooling malfunction caused part of the core to melt in the #2 reactor. The TMI-2 reactor was destroyed. Some radioactive gas was released a couple of days after the accident, but not enough to cause any dose above background levels to local residents, if we’re to depend upon Nuclear Engergy for our Electrial needs — due diligence is MANDATORY!

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Posted in: Seoul protests over disputed island claims in Japan's textbooks See in context

OsssnAmerica said it all. Well put for those of us who have not researched the questionable dispute.

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Posted in: Abe to raise North Korean abductions at Trump summit See in context

What’s the more important discussion and the Main reason for the upcoming meeting between the U.S. and NK —Nuclear purliferation and threats to World Peace or — a 40 year old dispute between GOJ and NK over Child Abduction of Japanese Citizens. The Chlld abduction question is between GOJ and NK period and needs to be addressed in the chambers of the UN since the discussions between GOJ and NK over the years has failed to produce a satisfactory solution ! Maybe GOJ should bar it’s citizens entry into the Korean peninsula for businesses or travel.

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Posted in: Porn star says in TV interview she was threatened to keep silence on Trump See in context

A one time consensual sex imcountee between consenting adults is not by definition is not an affair nor is it uncommon for politicians to attempt to prevent pass translations from popping up during their campaigns for public offices. Yesterday’s American News Media since Trump’s election to President has become today’s Smut media. No other politician in modern history has been assualted by the News Media as severely as President Trump,?but you have to handed it to him — he hits back just as hard if no harder.

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Posted in: High court finds cell phone TV owners obliged to pay NHK fees See in context

FOOD FOR THOUGHT: if the networks are capable of monitoring their viewing audiences for TV programming, it would only be natural that they would be able to monitor cellphones tuning into their programming too ! This ruling is Paramount to opening pandora’s box !!!

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Posted in: 'No more' or we vote you out: Students lead huge U.S. anti-gun rallies See in context

Guns kill — period! Guns like knifes, scissors, shovels, saws and etc. are all “tools” which reqiuire “human” intervention to operate. For any Gun Control to work in any country, gun laws worldwide would need to be on the same sheet-of-music! The United States Constitution in itself is unique in that it’s 2nd Ammendent protects the rights of “law abiding citizens” to Own and Bare arms. This ammendent was so important as to recognize the right of the citizens to be able to protect themselves against possible tyrentry/ dictatorship or invasion from another county/nation. It was considered so important as to follow the 1 st amendment which guarantees the right of all citizens to “free Speach”. These young adults like the rest of the American voters will have the same candidates on their voteing cards as the rest of us to either choose from or not. Exercising their 1st amendment rights is not the same as voting their vocal chords, therefore we can only wait and see if their marches have any impact on gun control Nationwide, I for one will not hold my breath !!!

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Posted in: Japan modernizing workplace conditions to lure mothers back See in context

With each new Sunrise Japanese’s female comes closer to full Assimilation into 21st century’s workplace. Their next hurdle will be full acceptance into upper management rolls.

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Posted in: China lists U.S. pork, apples, other goods for possible retaliation in tariff dispute See in context

I’ve read much about Japanese steel in these remarks and the one thing I have to agree with above all else is that Japan produces the highest quality steel sought after the world over, for knifes especially. They do not utilize Chinese lower grade steel because of it impurities and prefer US steel because of its purer qualities. China is between a rock and a hard spot in trade due to her “over extension” in the world markets. For all her mineral wealth she must depend upon the world’s agriculture, quality machinery, and automotive products n addition she is a subsidiary source provider for a wide variety of cheap components for every conceivable thing. The world is to far advanced to believe a so called “Trade War” could destroy our economies, as any economist can tell you — prices are set in-accordance - with perceived value and no more or less than any consumer is willing to pay. If you don’t believe that — ask any OPEC representive.

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Posted in: Japanese pension data entry outsourced to Chinese firm See in context

My first thought is “identify theft”, then I wonder how GOJ’s oversight community allowed this to happen. This is a massive insult to all those pensioners who placed the trust in their individual worksite employers - civilian or government !

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Posted in: LDP to urge gov't to possess capability to strike enemy bases See in context

When push comes to shove, no one or country will protect Japan or its citizens better or more fiercely than its own security forces. The world is a very different place today than 50 plus years ago and the Asian Pacific areas are showing expansion on all sides of Japan. More defenceive measures with first strike capabilities have become more and more a reality.

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