Burning Bush comments

Posted in: In Minneapolis, armed patrol group tries to keep the peace See in context

America is in a sorry state, with cops killing unarmed people

And cops arresting people only for being outside or for refusing to wear masks.

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Posted in: In Minneapolis, armed patrol group tries to keep the peace See in context

People are fed up with the US police state and are starting to rebel against it.

People have the right to be outside, to gather in groups and to live their lives.

Nobody should be arbitrarily stopped in public and checked by police because they look "suspicious"

America used to be a free country, but that is quickly changing.

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Posted in: Ontario retracts new restrictions after backlash See in context

The pro lockdown crowd just got put in their place.

Sensibility is returning.

Finally some good news.

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Posted in: Ontario retracts new restrictions after backlash See in context

it was giving police authority to require anyone not at home to explain why they’re out and provide their address.

Unacceptable in what's claimed to be a "free" society.

Law abiding citizens should not be randomly stopped and face a "papers please" check.

Covid 1984.

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Posted in: Journalists allege police harassment at Minnesota protests See in context

The US is a full on police state.

Biden and Kamela promised unity and healing.

I'm not seeing it.

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Posted in: Boat, snowmobile, camel: Vaccine reaches world's far corners See in context

Do isolated people really need a vaccine?

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Posted in: Reports: Myanmar forces kill 82 in single day in city See in context

according to reports Saturday from independent local media and an organization that keeps track of casualties since the military’s February seizure of power.

So these numbers are unconfirmed then.

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Posted in: Workers urge Google parent to get tough on harassment See in context

Nobody should view their coworkers as potential romantic partners, it leads to nothing but trouble.

Keep it professional at all times.

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Posted in: Japan urged to outlaw LGBT+ discrimination before Olympics See in context

But we love each other forever. 

Over 50 countries in the world have marriage equality for polygamous couples.

All those polygamous couples love each other forever too.

Give me one reason not to end discrimination for polygamous couples.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 570 coronavirus cases; 918 in Osaka See in context

The number of infected people hospitalized with severe symptoms in Tokyo is 37

37 cases with severe symptoms in the whole city.

That's like 2 or 3 per ward.

Is this a "pandemic" ??????

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Posted in: Japan urged to outlaw LGBT+ discrimination before Olympics See in context

For those who wish to change the legal definition of marriage, please explain on what grounds you would deny 3 lovers the right to all marry each other.

They're all adults, all consenting and all in love.

Where is their "equality"?

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Posted in: Japan urged to outlaw LGBT+ discrimination before Olympics See in context

I read not long ago that gay males can not go to most Japanese love hotels together.

Nor can you enter with a minor.

But if you identify as an MAP (Minor Attracted Person), that doesn't mean the rule should be changed.

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Posted in: Japan urged to outlaw LGBT+ discrimination before Olympics See in context

Name one thing that I can do that an LGBT person can't.

I can only marry one adult person over 18, that is not my blood relative and who is registered as the opposite gender.

I may love 2 people, but I can only marry 1. Sure that means I'm denied what I want but that's too bad.

The laws already apply uniformly and equally to everyone.

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Posted in: UK eyes testing COVID-19 passports at mass gatherings See in context

If the vaccine works as advertised there's nothing for people who have taken it to worry about.

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Posted in: UK: Benefits outweigh risks for AstraZeneca despite 7 deaths See in context

The real argument health care professionals use is that vaccines are much less risky than the diseases they prevent

Virusrex, since you have this apparent confirmed scientific data, do tell...

What is the actual statistical risk for a healthy 30 year old female in Japan to die or suffer serious complications from Covid?

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Posted in: Nurseries, kindergartens mull how to teach issues of gender identity See in context

At the pace new genders are being invented, even in they made a gender identity textbook it would be obsolete within a week.

And the outdated textbook would have to be cancelled and erased because the missing gender would make somebody feel left out.

Mommy, how come triple non-binary interqueer isn't in the textbook, I'm certain that's what I am.

And MAPs are being considered as a gender identity now.

It's out of control.

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Posted in: Nurseries, kindergartens mull how to teach issues of gender identity See in context

If your neighbor's 8 year-old daughter is having a birthday party the woke thing to do is buy them a blue shirt.

If your neighbor's 8 year-old son identifies as a transgirl the woke thing to do is to buy them a pink shirt.

Apparently it's perfectly okay to give a blue shirt to a biological girl but wrong to give one to a trans-identified girl.

Why?

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Posted in: Nurseries, kindergartens mull how to teach issues of gender identity See in context

The shape of these cells corresponds to one's gender identity.

What you're saying is that gender can be scientifically measured by a doctor and assessed objectively.

So let's have a doctor check these cells and scientifically verify whether someone's gender is male or female.

Would you agree?

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Posted in: Nurseries, kindergartens mull how to teach issues of gender identity See in context

The fact that there are so many different kinds of people, with different likes, dislikes and tendencies, is also natural. 

It's also natural to walk around purely naked like the other natural animals.

But we are humans, humans have culture, culture means norms of behavior that we all follow for a smoothly functioning society.

Green means go, red means stop, we all have to learn those norms and follow them otherwise there is chaos.

Just because one kid wants to go on red and stop on green doesn't mean we have to rearrange the whole system and start anew with a fresh set of norms.

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Posted in: Canada surpasses 1 mil COVID-19 cases See in context

China with a population about 50 times the size, still hasn't even reached 100,000 cases.

So whatever Trudeau is doing, the result is 500 times worse than China.

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Posted in: Nurseries, kindergartens mull how to teach issues of gender identity See in context

Let's get this straight:

If a girl wears a dress and a ponytail it's oppressive because gender norms are being forced on her.

If a boy wears a dress and a ponytail it's liberating because he's being freed from gender norms.

So basically the only people who should be feminine is boys.

Utter insanity.

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Posted in: Nurseries, kindergartens mull how to teach issues of gender identity See in context

Dressing him in clothes against his will 

It's also a 4 year-old's will to eat chocolate non stop and to buy bubble gum at the checkout till every time.

Sorry but a 4 year-old's "will" is irrelevant, at least mine was when I was that age.

And I thank for parents for overruling my will and teaching me the rules and norms of society.

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Posted in: Thousands rally in England and Wales over police legislation See in context

police will be able to ban or shut down protests.

Every government's dream come true, and Covid is bringing the tyrant's dream closer to fruition.

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Posted in: Chauvin's trial leaves many Black viewers emotionally taxed See in context

the former white police officer charged in the death of George Floyd

My personal opinion is that the police officer used excessive force based on the video I saw.

However, I fail to see the importance, need or relevance to state the officer's skin color.

The officer was an American male and the victim was an American male.

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Posted in: UK: Benefits outweigh risks for AstraZeneca despite 7 deaths See in context

I think the 7 victims and their families would probably disagree.

Human life is not a statistic.

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Posted in: Vaccine passports are latest flash point in COVID politics See in context

Ahh... the good ole days of having one group of people in the front of the bus and others in the back.

We need another Rosie Parks to stand up to all this nonsense and end the division in society.

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Posted in: Valentino sparks outrage with apology for disrespecting Japanese culture in photo shoot See in context

This was intentionally meant to stir controversy.

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Posted in: Nurseries, kindergartens mull how to teach issues of gender identity See in context

Children should be taught science based facts about human DNA and how biological reproduction in mammals works.

Education should be science based.

If sexuality is to be discussed in preschool it should be focused on issues that affect the kids, like the growing emergence of sexual minorities such as MAPs.

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Posted in: TV commentator in New Zealand apologizes for mock Asian accent See in context

So, I don't think mimicking someone on a public platform (media) funny in the least

If it's not funny than don't laugh, it's your right to laugh, sneer or shun or change the channel.

It's not your right to cancel people nor to declare their speech "hate speech" because you don't like them.

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Posted in: TV commentator in New Zealand apologizes for mock Asian accent See in context

I disagree with @Burning Bush on almost everything. 

The "almost" gives me hope buddy.

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