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Posted in: Armed forces to be deployed to key sites in Britain after Manchester suicide bombing See in context

sorry zichi, but for all your brave talk, Manchester was just defeated by terrorism. And rather than face the problem of radical Islamic terrorism, the govt and media only urge people to carry on as usual as if nothing has, and is, happening. Utterly irresponsible and cowardly.

Slogans won't protect children from bombs.

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Posted in: Armed forces to be deployed to key sites in Britain after Manchester suicide bombing See in context

But if you allow yourself to be terrified by the terrorists, then they win. That's why it's called terrorism.

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Nope, thank god I live in a country that has a grasp of the situation. Strangerland, would you care to allow your children to attend any one of the mass gatherings in the UK this weekend? With the terror alert at "critical"?

You and I both know the answer to that. A resounding "No".

You reap what you sow.

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Posted in: Armed forces to be deployed to key sites in Britain after Manchester suicide bombing See in context

No, the weakness lies in leftist politicians and media who have the nation on its knees already. They have sold out their own people and do the bidding of their muslim masters.

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Posted in: Armed forces to be deployed to key sites in Britain after Manchester suicide bombing See in context

Yes, by all means lets all go out in major gatherings in England this weekend as if nothing is happening so we can all hold hands and say "We are strong!". Meanwhile several children have just been buried and dozens more maimed for life. Unfortunately life doesn't go on as usual for the parents who just lost their children.

That'll show the radical islamic terrorists plotting their next deeds this very minute

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Posted in: Militants attack Christians in Egypt, killing at least 26 See in context

Jimizo - absolutely. What shall we do about this radical Islamic terror problem?

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Posted in: Militants attack Christians in Egypt, killing at least 26 See in context

Absolutely horrible. And sad to say this horrific incident will be topped by another similar one in the coming days and soon forgotten. Manchester is already fading.

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Posted in: Police hunt Manchester bomber's network, angered by U.S. leaks See in context

Jimizo - the travel moratorium isn't perfect, but its a start. Trump is one of the few politicians who at least realizes we are at war.

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Posted in: Police hunt Manchester bomber's network, angered by U.S. leaks See in context

Jimizo - throw more weapons in the region and let the Saudis take on ISIS like they should. As long as they're all kept in the region, its all good.

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Posted in: Armed forces to be deployed to key sites in Britain after Manchester suicide bombing See in context

I have read a significant amount over the years on a personal hero, Winston Churchill. I can say with confidence that the author of the "We shall fight them on the beaches..." speech would be spinning in his grave at how Britain has rolled over and offered herself to the forces of evil.

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Posted in: Armed forces to be deployed to key sites in Britain after Manchester suicide bombing See in context

Think about this; according to the Daily Telegraph there are 3500 active muslim terror suspects In Great Britain.

In tiny Belgium, there are 18000 (yes, 18000) active muslim terror suspects.

Forget the brave talk about "We will never give in".

Europe - including Great Britain - has already waved the white flag.

Is it too late to roll back the tide?

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Posted in: Pope asks Trump to be peacemaker See in context

katsu78 - amazing that you read so much into a photo. I think I just see a guy smiling awkwardly

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Posted in: At least 19 dead, 50 injured by blast at Ariana Grande concert in Manchester See in context

Here we go again.

 

1.    This has nothing to do with Islam

2.    The guy was a mentally ill “lone wolf”

3.    Those who object to points 1 and 2 are racists and bigots

4.    Change facebook profile to flag of inflicted country (Union Jack this week), offer your “thoughts and prayers”

5.    Light candles, hold vigils, and peace march

6.    Wait like a terrified lamb for the next slaughter

7.    Repeat.

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Posted in: Kisenosato handed 3rd loss as Hakuho, Harumafuji retain lead See in context

The sumo elders who have been praying for a Japanese to be slightly above average for the past 15 years.

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Posted in: What is your biggest pet peeve about your workplace? See in context

dude not at all, I lift my feet while they sweep my floor. I feel like they are my maid, I think it is special treatment

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On behalf of all foreigners in Japan, I'd like to say thanks very much for perpetuating the image of all foreigners as lazy, thoughtless, selfish oafs.

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Posted in: I wanted the compromise plan to be accepted so anti-passive smoking measures can be in force by the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, but everything has gone back to the beginning. See in context

Tokashiki should know better than anyone that LDP pols are in the pocket of JT and a thousand other companies.

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Posted in: Trump facing a crisis he can't manage with tweet or taunt See in context

Typical slanted, emotional story by an AP writer whose political leanings are obviously not Republican. Get in line, honey.

Meanwhile, several political pundits in the past weeks have quietly acknowledged President Trump has breached no ethical standards.

Polls also show that the majority of Americans don't care, and call it what it is; more histrionic wailing from the leftwing media for the usual lemmings to eat up.

Trump's expression in this photo says it all. Its all just white noise while he keeps on winning.

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Posted in: Is free speech fading at U.S. colleges? Some defenders think so See in context

University campuses are nothing more than glorified daycares. Katsu78 and Jonorth should both be ashamed to actually support the fascist, hypocritical snowflakes that now run these institutions.

Kabukilover - Berkley intentiontionally re-scheduled Coulter's speech at a time when students would not be in class or on campus. As they do with all conservative speakers.

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Posted in: G7 finance chiefs warn U.S. not to upset global growth See in context

Taro Also with that same "I can't believe I'm here with all these famous people" look on his face.

The personification of the incompetant, ineffectual Japanese politician just along for the ride.

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Posted in: 'I’m glad I’m Japanese' posters in Kyoto spark outrage among Japanese Twitter users See in context

Makkun70 - So they should use models with buckteeth rather than straight teeth? Theres no irony here. Just a guy who thinks he can identify Japanese due to their "dental structure"

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Posted in: Some students insist that their hair is natural even though it is dyed. We ask their parents to confirm these claims as their responsibility. See in context

toolonggone - if say, 95% of the students manage to get thru life without dying their hair, should a perfectly reasonable rule be scrapped because of an obstinate, attention -seeking 5%?

No. Of course not.

borscht - the subject is hair, not tunics

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Posted in: Some students insist that their hair is natural even though it is dyed. We ask their parents to confirm these claims as their responsibility. See in context

thepersoniamnow - I've misread this, right?

You called a woman to bitterly complain about her dye request and how "retarded" it was (lovely language by the way)

But then you take your wife to do exactly that.

What does "got her unicorn on" possibly mean?

Since you caved into a request you had nothing but contempt for, why would you "laugh out loud"??

Your post couldn't possibly be as disjointed, pointless and confusing as it seems........could it?

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Posted in: Some students insist that their hair is natural even though it is dyed. We ask their parents to confirm these claims as their responsibility. See in context

jcapan - You've made no attempt to counter my opinion that school rules here in Japan are seen as necessary by parents, teachers and even students alike.

Your only argument seems to be an aversion to beautiful black hair and the sight of them marching across Asian battlefields conquering their neighbours like its the 1930's.

Let's keep things in perspective.

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Posted in: Some students insist that their hair is natural even though it is dyed. We ask their parents to confirm these claims as their responsibility. See in context

Isn't there some middle ground between martial uniforms and marching in place for weeks in preparation for displays of marching in place before their families .... and ... white trash hooker hip hop?

jcapan - Is the subject here about parade grounds?

No, its not. Lets stay with the issue at hand.

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Posted in: Some students insist that their hair is natural even though it is dyed. We ask their parents to confirm these claims as their responsibility. See in context

Yes, rules are there for a reason. I don't disagree. When I was a teacher I had to enforce a number of them, but I also didn't enforce a few stupid ones

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I see. Teachers should be free to pick and choose which school rules to enforce or ignore based on their own personal preferences. Got it.

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Posted in: Some students insist that their hair is natural even though it is dyed. We ask their parents to confirm these claims as their responsibility. See in context

We're on JT talking about schools in Japan.

Yes, this is a Japan thing.

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Posted in: Some students insist that their hair is natural even though it is dyed. We ask their parents to confirm these claims as their responsibility. See in context

Rules are in place for a reason. I for one don't mind asking kids to wait until after graduation to dye their hair every colour of the rainbow if thats what pleases them. What Japan doesn't want is whats happened in North America where kids adorn themselves with embarrassing white-trash tattoos, hip-hop wannabes with pants around their knees, girls dressing like $10 hookers etc.

A lot of comments here suppose a couple of things which I don't; most kids hate the rules, and their grades suffer from it. Theres no evidence for either.

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Posted in: Thousands march in Tokyo for LGBT awareness See in context

10% of humans are either gay or bisexual. Predudice and discrimination against 800million people worldwide has no place in the 21st century. Let's except everybody.

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@goodlucktoyou - the 10% myth was debunked years ago. The more accurate numbers are somewhere between 1 and 3% of the population.

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Posted in: Thousands march in Tokyo for LGBT awareness See in context

I tend to agree with the points made about the freak factor here. For the gay community, it's a step backwards from acceptance

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Posted in: If the man did not do it, he should say so, stand his ground and ask for a lawyer. See in context

Heh, then again, I've never been accused of sexual assault. Guess I'm naïve.

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Posted in: If the man did not do it, he should say so, stand his ground and ask for a lawyer. See in context

If u run, u are admitting guilt. Period.

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