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Posted in: Woman arrested over murder of newborn son See in context

Whatever problems she would have had with caring for and raising the child killing it was not the answer. She could have had it adopted.

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Posted in: Girl who disappeared in Yamanashi in 2019 confirmed dead after bone DNA test See in context

How utterly devastating for the girl and her family. May God care for her and give her family peace.

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Posted in: Israeli police beat pallbearers at Al Jazeera journalist's funeral See in context

Brutal Israeli leaders of an apartheid state. May God deliver the poor Palestinians from this situation.

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Posted in: Supreme Court leak shakes trust in one more American pillar See in context

If the US is a democracy then justices appointed by elected officials ought to be able to make legal decisions without aggressive protests in front of their homes.

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Posted in: CNN+ latest failed attempt of cable news trailblazer to remain relevant See in context

Honest and fair minded people have abandoned corrupt and dishonest CNN. Former president Trump must be grinning from ear to ear.

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Posted in: Man indicted for selling 130,000 syringes to drug dealers See in context

May J law enforcement deal severely with death dealers like this syringe supplying man and his two drug trafficking clients. Many lives will be saved. Japan doesn't need this kind of body and soul destroying drug misery.

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Posted in: 'I’ll kill you!' says Japanese schoolgirl when convenience store won’t let her use toilet See in context

Gotta love Japan. Disciplined, efficient, reliable, no fuss and no putting up with anti social behavior. In my country teen gangs are terrifying.

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Posted in: Shareholders await Musk's next move in Twitter takeover bid See in context

If Musk intends to liberalize speech on Twitter....then God bless him even if his motives aren't all pure. (I'm guessing that he senses a business opportunity by reopening the doors to conservative people.)

Dorsey and Co really embarrassed themselves and lost a lot of people over thier obvious wokeness and unfair censorship.

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Posted in: Japan's population down 644,000 in 2021; biggest drop on record See in context

Population decline here is mostly due to a whole generation of citizens choosing to not have more than one or two children on average, with many having none. Many of them are now paying the price of loneliness and lack of care in thier old age and they've passed the burden of a massive national debt down to a generation far lacking in tax paying citizens. Sad.

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Posted in: 62.9% of people with foreign roots in Japan questioned by police: survey See in context

Only questioned once in over 30 years living on large cities. ID confirmed and they were gone in a flash. No problem at all.

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Posted in: Half a century of 'Jesus Christ Superstar' See in context

There's a reason why more people follow Jesus than any person in history, and why He is the subject of more books, songs, poems, plays, works of art, etc. than any other person in history by a long stretch.

He's easily the most popular person ever. With me too.

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Posted in: Twitter stakeholder Elon Musk tweets 'Is Twitter dying?' See in context

Twitter causes of death:

Censorship

Hypocrisy

Toxic atmosphere

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Posted in: Art event featuring 'comfort woman' statue opens in Tokyo See in context

It's time to forget the past and move forward with the future. Let's not drag our kids through the mud of the past and old grievances.

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Posted in: Vaccine hesitancy complicating physicians' obligation to respect patient autonomy See in context

Ryan Liu, how dare you suggest that doctors have the final say on our medical decisions.

NEVER.

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Posted in: Japan rejects South Korean protest over school textbooks' descriptions See in context

Time to forgive and forget, leave the past behind and cooperate.

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Posted in: New world order? Pandemic and war rattle globalization See in context

Larry Fink, the head of financial giant BlackRock....

U.S. Treasury Secretary, Janet Yellen....

former director general of the World Trade Organization, Pascal Lamy....

Ferdi De Ville, professor at Ghent Institute for International & European Studies....

Xiaodong Bao, portfolio manager at the Edmond de Rothschild Asset Management firm....

How about asking the average working class person what they think of globalization/new world order/Great Reset where they will 'own nothing and be happy' (Klaus Schwab of the World Economic Forum)? Or does our opinion not matter to the elites and the media? Of course it doesn't.

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Posted in: Brazilian star Anitta tops Spotify with booty-grinding 'Envolver' See in context

 "a man's duty is to respect us whatever the hell we do with our bodies."

We're all free to do whatever we want with our bodies, as long as we're not hurting anyone. But that doesn't mean everything we do is worthy if respect. And it's not anyone's duty to respect us if we don't deserve it.

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Posted in: Non-white audiences kept Hollywood afloat during pandemic: study See in context

Who cares what color the movie goers are?!

Media hypocrites lecture us about equality and morals and yet feed us drivel like this that divide us along racial and skin tone lines while taking a subtle swipe at white skinned people. What a complete disgrace. Aren't they ashamed to write such things?

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Posted in: Suspect questioned over defamatory posts about man who lost wife, child in reckless driving case See in context

Any kind of hateful speech is wrong. We just shouldn't be saying or posting such things.

Now that that's clear, we need to be careful not to let the emotional toll of hearing sad stories like this sway us to give up our fundamental human right of free speech. Once given up there will be no stopping the stripping of our rights to express ourselves.

Don't throw the baby out with the bathwater.

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Posted in: Lawsuit says Google discriminates against Black workers See in context

Do you really think that's the best way to make all hiring decisions?

Yes. When hiring, the recruiter should eliminate any kind of bias based on skin color.

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Posted in: Suspect questioned over defamatory posts about man who lost wife, child in reckless driving case See in context

Fines for speech? Not that hateful speech is condoned, but this is going the wrong direction. Who defines what is hateful and where will it end?

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Posted in: Australian coach fined for breaching COVID-19 isolation ahead of Japan game See in context

Fined for walking along the beach out in the open air where the possibility of transmitting Covid to another person was probably near zero.

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Posted in: Lawsuit says Google discriminates against Black workers See in context

Hiring/not hiring based on skin color is racist. How about sticking to simply hiring on merit?

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Posted in: Japanese Youth Conference petitions government to end compulsory after-school club activities See in context

Let the students decide.

But if parents, especially dads, are not home when the kids get home and there's no family life to go home to, then you'll have problems with bored and directionless teens getting into trouble.

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Posted in: Vietnam bans new Tom Holland film over South China Sea map See in context

This is but one example of why we should ignore the moral lectures of the entertainment industry.

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Posted in: The sex of your cells matters when it comes to heart disease See in context

So biological gender is an extremely important factor in diagnosing and treating medical conditions.

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Posted in: Russia to punish 'fake' war reports with 15 years in prison See in context

What a disgrace Russia's brutal invasion of the poor Ukrainians is. And as far as free speech goes, Russia, Twitter, Facebook, etc. have much in common.

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Posted in: JR Kyushu bullet train service to Nagasaki set to open in September See in context

Gotta hand it to the Japanese. They know how to provide fast, efficient and comfortable rapid transport. Well done.

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Posted in: Which country’s form of government comes closest to your ideal? See in context

The original form of US government under its Constitution as it was intended.

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Posted in: Anti-war protest in Kyoto See in context

We'll done.

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