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Posted in: Japanese, Irish leaders agree Russia must face 'severe consequences' See in context

Ukraine military had been shelling the Russian Donbass regions for 8 years with the loss of more than 14,000 citizen lives.

The BS number of "civilian casualties" keeps growing with each post.

If anything, Russia already far exceeded the loss of lives with their invasion.

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Posted in: G20 chair Indonesia says 'many' nations condemned Russia at talks See in context

Better condemned NATO expansion eastward that pushed Russia to a corner.

This is such an old and tired Russian narrative.

NATO is not pushing anyone to join. Each country willingly decided to seek security with an alliance.

And recent Russian aggression encouraged two more neighbors to join, so who's fault is that?

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Posted in: Russia says it will take nothing less than NATO expansion ban See in context

Don't Russian propagandists care about meaning of words they spread anymore? Do you know what junta means? A rhetorical question.

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Posted in: Russia says it will take nothing less than NATO expansion ban See in context

Arsen Avakov,

He has no government posts. He never belonged to far right party. What makes him a nazi?

Sergei Korotkykh,

Had a minor position in 2015—2017, in department of defence of government strategic objects. Has no government posts since 2017.

Oleg Tyahnybok

Had no government post ever.

and many more.

Could you google anything more? Maybe some people who actually had any influence on current politics?

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Posted in: Russia says it will take nothing less than NATO expansion ban See in context

but the regime still has several of it's members in key government posts.

But you can't name a single one.

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Posted in: Russia says it will take nothing less than NATO expansion ban See in context

Also, as one who lived in Ukraine all my life, I can say your assumption about Ukrainian people feelings is laughable.

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Posted in: Russia says it will take nothing less than NATO expansion ban See in context

The Ukrainian people don't feel threatened. Even corporate media admits it. The regime and neo-Nazis propping the regime up feel very threatened.

Yeah, this kind of hateful narrative I was talking about. "Nazis", "regime" and other propaganda monikers from Russian media.

How come a "nazi" country has a Jewish president, I wonder.

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Posted in: Russia says it will take nothing less than NATO expansion ban See in context

Russia: invades their neighbor at time of internal turmoil, annexes a piece of territory, keeps the separatists forces supplied, fans hatred of Ukraine on their TV

Also Russia: omg, but why would you seek protection from NATO, Ukraine? Help, I feel threatened!

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Posted in: No. of children in Japan falls for 37th year to new record low See in context

By gender, there were 7.95 million boys and 7.58 million girls, the ministry said.

That's like 400 thousands unmarried Japanese guys in future.

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Posted in: Rally for gender equality See in context

Western messages for western audiences. Doesn't seem like genuine rally.

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Posted in: Japan took in 20 asylum seekers in 2017 from nearly 20,000 applications See in context

I like how every time this exact passage is repeated:

Immigration is a controversial subject in Japan, where many pride themselves on cultural and ethnic homogeneity, even as the population ages and its workforce shrinks.

What exactly is bad about this? Should people only care about money and economy? Not all people subscribe to the dogma of multiculturalism.

I guess articles like this this continue as long as Japan stays relatively well off (being a 3rd world economy sucks, yeah), with low levels of immigration. It's very existence ruins all the framework of forced diversity.

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Posted in: Japan took in 20 asylum seekers in 2017 from nearly 20,000 applications See in context

For us foreigners living in Japan to say they shouldn't accept more refugees is kinda hypocritical considering they let us stay.

Nothing hypocritical here. There's a big difference between legal immigration and seeking asylum. I guess most of the foreigners here fall into first category.

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Posted in: Despite sanctions, N Korea exported coal to South and Japan via Russia: intelligence sources See in context

Russia played this dirty game before, by taking coal from occupied Ukrainian territories and "rebranding" it so it can be later sold to Poland.

A government of thugs.

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