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Posted in: Hong Kong police storm university held by protesters See in context

> Anyway, I'll say it again - this situation cannot afford to be another Tianenmen Square

this situation will be much worse than Tiananmen, the youth of Hong Kong clearly knows what they are fighting for. Mainland China knows nothing if freedom. The people of Hong Kong have freedom. That cannot be taken away. They are not afraid.

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Posted in: N Korea calls Biden 'rabid dog' that 'must be beaten to death' See in context

North Korea is trying to appease Trump with this attack on Biden.

Nothing more.

Trump has been attacking Biden long before Little Kim said anything.

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Posted in: Pelosi says Trump’s Ukraine actions amount to ‘bribery’ See in context

Who cares what she thinks.....She has no place to stand and she is clearly NOT the leader of the Democratic Party.

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Posted in: Toshiba reports best profit in two years See in context

Because there was no profit the last 2 years!

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Posted in: Japan's economy grows less than expected in third quarter See in context

Because there is no economy in Japan. All a smokescreen.

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Posted in: 'Queer Eye' mini-series takes detour to Japan See in context

Pass. Why change for the Japanese market. Should be the same or call it a different show.

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Posted in: Trump impeachment hearings focus on Ukraine pressure campaign See in context

Trump is cursing through his dentures and pretending he don't care.

It's the other way around, Trump cares about the U.S.A. so much more than ANY democratic that was participating at the impeachment hearing.

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Posted in: Trump impeachment hearings focus on Ukraine pressure campaign See in context

So incredibly boring. Did you see Shift when he was called out about the "whistleblower"?? What a lying sack of ........potatoes. The Dems are in for a big surprise as not only Americans, but the world is watching and laughing about what a farce this all is. Once again the Democrats will elect Trump for President in 2020.

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Posted in: Japan to introduce bill to ensure fair online business competition See in context

If that is a "failure" to you, I wonder what the hell a success is?!?!

Its all relative, for example if a recording artist sells 20 million records, then makes another record and it only sells 5 million, it is considered a failure.

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Posted in: Hong Kong police shoot protester as activists block streets See in context

China sucks. spread the word.

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Posted in: Thousands gather for 'martyrs' vigil amid Hong Kong protests See in context

Civil war in China is a fact!

Hopefully!

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Posted in: Bloomberg taking steps to prepare for possible 2020 run See in context

Bloomberg is the richer more successful businessman and has political experience. 20 times more money than Trump.

Money and political experience didn't win the election last time. The world is very different now, 20 times more money is almost a guaranteed loss.

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Posted in: 'Prepare to die' Trump adviser Stone texted witness, trial jury hears See in context

Trump’s team is playing hardball, but when draining the swamp, there’s no other choice.

So true.

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Posted in: Snow crab fetches record ¥5 mil at auction in Tottori See in context

tells you how much these seafood companies are ripping off the people.

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Posted in: He's back See in context

Horrible!

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Posted in: Drug cartel gunmen kill 9 U.S. citizens, including 6 children, in ambush in Mexico See in context

Close the borders COMPLETELY

Nothing IN, Nothing OUT

Stop all REMITTANCE to MEXICO and SOUTH AMERICA.

Enforce E Verify

Fine Companies who employee ILLEGALS

NO WELFARE for ILLEGALS, they will return on their own......

Let them SOLVE the PROBLEMS in MEXICO and SOUTH AMERICA or be destroyed by the Crime and Violence.....

Done.

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Posted in: Hong Kong protesters trash Xinhua agency office in night of violence See in context

Even biased outlets like CNN are admitting that pubic perception is turning against the protestors in HK.

Oh please! That is just brainwashing the masses. What are they suppose to do, hold hands in a circle and pray to the Government that everything should change? China and the Hong Kong Government brought this on themselves. They are lying to the people. They have gone back on their word regarding the treaty that was written when the U.K.handed her Back over to China. China gets what it deserves. China is the trouble maker and I applaud everything the people of Hong Kong are doing! Do whatever it takes for Democracy in Honk Kong!

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Posted in: Pence backs Hong Kong protests in China speech, slams NBA and Nike See in context

@crazyjoe, your comment has nothing to do with the headline. Maybe you should read it again and without reacting first, understand what the topic is about, then comment.

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Posted in: Pence backs Hong Kong protests in China speech, slams NBA and Nike See in context

Finally! It is great that a high level U.S. politician finally took stand in support for Hong Kong. Now lets see what happens.

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Posted in: EVs, short-range cars take spotlight at Tokyo Motor Show See in context

Only time will tell about the effects of electromagnetic radiation on the human body.

https://www.saferemr.com/2014/07/shouldnt-hybrid-and-electric-cars-be-re.html

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Posted in: Hong Kong leader to visit Japan after huge rally, night of violence See in context

Lam is allowed to come as a courtesy only, along with dozens of politicians. She is a Communist puppet who despises freedom and democracy, and won't be welcomed.

Perfect!

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Posted in: Hong Kong leader to visit Japan after huge rally, night of violence See in context

I really hope Japan doesn't kiss arse just for doing business with Hong Kong!

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Posted in: Hong Kong leader to visit Japan after huge rally, night of violence See in context

Japan should stand with Hong Kong!

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Posted in: Trump drops plan to host G7 summit at his golf resort See in context

Who the hell cares where he summit is held, as long as it is a success!

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Posted in: WeWork owner creates committee to decide on financing lifeline See in context

WE WORK, too big, too fast. A recipe for disaster. I give it 2~3 years before bankruptcy.

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Posted in: Trump blasts 'crazy' Nancy Pelosi and Democrats; defends Syria pullout See in context

I hope one day to see Democratic party with the likes of AOC at the helm, offering a real alternative.

That will never happen, the Dems will make sure of that!

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Posted in: Trump moving ahead with new tariffs on Chinese products See in context

Trump is done by February

We all have our own perceptions of truth. Do tell us the "die-hards" that know it.

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Posted in: Trump moving ahead with new tariffs on Chinese products See in context

He is either unbelievably stupid or he is just saying these things because he knows his supporters are stupid enough to believe it.

Democrats and Republicans BOTH support him on this. Has nothing to do with "stupidity". Congress understands what he is doing and also understands short term pain is necessary to get the U.S. weaned off of cheap Chinese everything. Trade should not be 80/ 20 in China's favor. The U.S. would gladly settle on 60/ 40 or by some miracle 50/ 50. China has a fantastic opportunity to make a deal before the rest of the world chimes in to renegotiate their trade deals with her. China has no choice, The U.S.A. holds all the cards now.

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Posted in: Hong Kong police storm subway with batons as protests rage See in context

China has backed out of her historic contractual obligations regarding Hong Kong. People of Hong Kong show China that she can bully you no more. Democracy is imbedded in the DNA of the Hong Kong people.

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Posted in: Digital nomad workers in Japan move freely, with no fixed residences See in context

Which leads me to the questions I wish this article had touched on. How do these people handle the residence registration requirements? Where do they pay residence taxes? What municipality issues their health insurance card? Where do they have the right to vote? I may have more questions after I get some coffee but that’s a start.

This type of worker does not participate in a black and white salaryman world. Their world is grey and adaptable, they are free.

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