Cliffy comments

Posted in: 5 of the creepiest abandoned places in Japan See in context

I would worry about structural safety than anything else.

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Posted in: Murder suspect walks free as Hong Kong, Taiwan authorities clash See in context

^ Kangaroo court.

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Posted in: Murder suspect walks free as Hong Kong, Taiwan authorities clash See in context

Taiwan did ask HK government a few times to get him before this whole protest fiasco begun, but HK government simply ignored Taiwan's requests.

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Posted in: Canada's Trudeau to remain in power but with minority government See in context

At least better than Green party, PPC or even communist.

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Posted in: China's defense minister says resolving 'Taiwan question' is greatest national interest See in context

Taiwan can just tell China that, "Taiwan and China were one country is a historical document and no longer needed to be honored."

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Posted in: Man runs toward car on street and smashes windshield See in context

I thought it is one of those who runs into car (even when the car has stopped), pretend to be hit and blackmail the driver. So, it is just a nut case.

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Posted in: Toyota unveils revamped hydrogen sedan to take on Tesla See in context

Hydrogen has the benefit that you do not need to rely on the Lithium cartel also mining lithium like any other type of mining would damage the environment. At least hydrogen, you can just use rain water, etc - no need to do any mining.

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Posted in: China warns Apple against 'reckless' support of HK protesters See in context

@mmwkdwOct. 9  11:51 pm JST

.... similarities to the Nazi Party of the 1930's / 40's....

Where do you think the name Chinazi comes from?

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Posted in: 'South Park' creators issue mock apology over China censorship See in context

It is funny.

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Posted in: Chinese state media slam NBA in free speech row See in context

^ You mean the only freedom is speak extremely good thing about the party or speak very good thing about the party.

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Posted in: Lam says Chinese military could step in if uprising gets bad See in context

the freedom of 1.4 billion....

Total world population is 7.53 billion (2017). So, 1.4 is only about 18%. Besides, no one is stopping them for having their own freedom. They can have their own version of freedom and the rest of the world can have its own idea of freedom. Differences makes things colorful and interesting.

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Posted in: Lam says Chinese military could step in if uprising gets bad See in context

Freedom of speech, freedom of thoughts, freedom of protest, freedom to voice your objection against the governments, not self imposed censorship. Perhaps, if I reply with South Park's quote would be more liking to the wu mao, "Like the NBA, we welcome the Chinese censors into our homes and into our hearts. We too love money more than freedom and democracy. Xi doesn’t look just like Winnie the Pooh at all. Tune into our 300th episode this Wednesday at 10! Long live the Great Communist Party of China! May this autumn’s sorghum harvest be bountiful! We good now China?"

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Posted in: Lam says Chinese military could step in if uprising gets bad See in context

I have only one statement which is from New Hampshire's state motto and I really like this, "Live free or die".

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Posted in: Houston Rockets general manager apologizes for Hong Kong protest tweet See in context

First is Cathay Pacific, now it is Houston Rocket. So any company employee cannot express his/her own expression if it s against Chinazi, the company will get punished.

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Posted in: Protests, clashes as bid to block Hong Kong mask ban fails See in context

This is also another good study material for political science. If you want to implement any law, make sure you have majority support and trust of the people; otherwise, it is useless and just make things worst.

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Posted in: Protests, clashes as bid to block Hong Kong mask ban fails See in context

@kurisupisuToday 07:58 am JST

There are pictures showing police was changing to protester's clothing. Also, video showing the MTR stations were vandalized after they have been closed (who could get in there?)

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Posted in: Hundreds return to Hong Kong streets as metro, shops shut after violence See in context

^ Next all people will convert to Islam with HK style that even male will need to wear hajab.

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Posted in: Hundreds return to Hong Kong streets as metro, shops shut after violence See in context

^Actually, there is another video with frame by frame view showing the pipe was originally a white PVC pipe, then a police office plant the metal pipe afterwards.

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Posted in: Hundreds return to Hong Kong streets as metro, shops shut after violence See in context

By procedure, emergency-law can only be used after declared state of emergency and there are a few criteria to justify that. She did not declare state of emergency and just jump to emergency-law. It invokes emergency-law once and can invoke it again without going through proper procedures. This time it is the mask, next can be anyone's possessions, limit all communications, etc.

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Posted in: Hong Kong leader announces ban on protester face masks See in context

My US state has outlawed the wearing of masks in public

The problem with HK is the white terror with business and government that have tie to PRC will go after you even it is a peaceful protest.

If HK government thinks a mask ban would stop the violent or protest, it is a very big mistake. They do not even afraid of rubber bullets or live round now. A measly mask ban could stop it?

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Posted in: Hong Kong leader announces ban on protester face masks See in context

Cliffy: Surely your not saying that these peaceful rioters are "rightest rioters" supported by the NED?

Nope. What part of my statement mentioned that? I was just presenting the whole story instead of just cut and paste part of it and mix with some other things.

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Posted in: Hong Kong leader announces ban on protester face masks See in context

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hong_Kong_1967_leftist_riots

That includes name and cause of death and the whole story not just taken things out of context.

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Posted in: Hong Kong leader announces ban on protester face masks See in context

^ Thanks for speaking about police brutality about torture, colluding with triad member.

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Posted in: Police officer arrested for repeatedly clogging women’s toilets in convenience stores See in context

Huh? What kind of fetish is that?

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Posted in: Hong Kong leader announces ban on protester face masks See in context

^ Yeap, that's they style of so-call freedom of speech. Censored any voice they do not like. Just look at how their people behave oversea recently and you will see that. If a group protest about HK, they will come out swam and shout at the other.

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Posted in: Hong Kong leader announces ban on protester face masks See in context

If you think money was leaving HK fast in the past few months, you ain't see nothing yet. It will go out even faster and more furious.

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Posted in: Hong Kong teenage protester shot by police to be charged See in context

There is also video showing the protester was actually using a PVC pipe and the metal pipe was planted by the police.

https://www.facebook.com/cantonese.rfa/videos/2202921750004899/?hc_location=ufi

I guess all these will become evidence when it goes on try.

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Posted in: Hong Kong teenage protester shot by police to be charged See in context

With a hammer and a wrench? That's up to them, b...

Of course, they have to take their chances. All I can see is thing will not die down. It will just keep escalating and probably next time the protester will not just use hammer and wrench either. The citizen no longer see police being trust worthy, and police no longer see any citizen as human.

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Posted in: Killer Japanese fungus found in Australia See in context

^If the toxin can be absorbed through skin, wouldn't that kill a bird as well? I think birds do clean their feather with their own beak.

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Posted in: Hong Kong teenage protester shot by police to be charged See in context

At this point, a really independent investigation is needed in order to at least soften these hatred between police and citizens. Also, some police officers will need to be held accountable for collusion with gangsters, speculations of torture and even rape will need to be investigated. Violence will also need to be held accountable for both sides in the court of law.

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