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Posted in: Which countries do you think are among the safest in the world to visit? See in context

Japan, New Zealand, Switzerland.

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Posted in: Japanese, N Korean soccer fans brush off 'irrelevant' politics See in context

Respekt.

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Posted in: 68-year-old woman arrested for pushing younger sister off train platform See in context

Mental illness as a source of this insanity... Good thing the train managed to stop this time.

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Posted in: Battles loom in UK over competing Brexit demands See in context

Soon...

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Posted in: Locals to deny forced labor by Koreans at coal mine now UNESCO site See in context

Wow slow it down lad. I am up for punishing this revisionist scum and all, but is that piece of fine land at fault it is being governed by ungrateful, inhumane imbeciles? Why punish it by removing it from UNESCO, when you can remove those imbeciles just like 100 years ago... did not work that time though...

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Posted in: North Korea says U.S. threats make war unavoidable; China urges calm See in context

Well Trump did threaten North Korea on a daily basis. So you can't call Kim Jong Un insane. He is "reacting".

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Posted in: Iraqi PM declares 'end of war against IS' in Iraq See in context

Answering your question, Strangerland

I would really like all of my countrymen to shove themselves in Syria in those undignified tanks they built on social and medical care money. Then we can finally repatriate Russian land with actual people...

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Posted in: Iraqi PM declares 'end of war against IS' in Iraq See in context

Pentagon got to step up its game now. What is next, African rebellious tribes with rocket complexes? Please...

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Posted in: Court rejects 10th request for retrial on 1961 poisoned-wine murders See in context

Retarded work by Japanese law, moving one...

I am really interested in seeing this resolved with truth being revealed. How can it possible be done at this point, though, is an even deeper mystery. After, I assume, most or all concerned are dead, is the last call to finally reveal what actually happened. I hope they are not denying re-examination because of lack of conviction to do that, but because they themselves wonder mighty how they are going to solve this.

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Posted in: Civic group demands Kumamoto assembly help child-rearing members after baby stir See in context

Not bring her child to a political discussion, my fellow human being.

Since 21th century is making us face all kinds of new issues, this one has to be addressed now. Conduct the research. Provide possible babysitting services to those with children. Be compassionate. Be humble.

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Posted in: Locals to deny forced labor by Koreans at coal mine now UNESCO site See in context

Those phantom "likes" bots...

This is obviously the next stage of revisionism by Shinzo Abe and Co. Anyone unprepared for this is a fool. Run fools run...

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Posted in: Pearl Harbor survivors remember those killed 76 years ago See in context

This information is not confirmed by documents released by American government (which would be kicking itself in the), but there are such rumours, which would explain why some carriers were not present in the epicenter of the Japanese attack. Everyone is a scum in history. Gotta go best to not repeat it.

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Posted in: EU sues Czechs, Hungary, Poland over refugee quotas See in context

The same country the deprived them of food, shelter and contribution to their own society in the span of 200 years?? kurisupisu...

Considering there are about 800 registered (and no unregistered) arabian migrants in Czech, the hysteria in the least educated social stratus they are not that much of a developed (post USSR, but still) peoples, also taking in account their recent elections, which continued the row of failed democracies after USA and Japan. Czech will now be led by a duo of a profound liar corrupted financial minister and a smoking alkoholik that requires support to stand on public. They both know their money bigger with EU around, so they will not let society leave EU. As for others, no idea.

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Posted in: 3 people dead, 1 injured after knife, sword attack at Tokyo shrine See in context

Well, mighty duh. Decent people make no threats. And I am not a follower of the thought pattern where having cattle litter your beautiful landscape with themselves is that greatest of virtue. Okay let me try to attempt to be less extreme... He should have had a thorough talk with police explaining to him, as if he was a disabled child, that this kind of behaviour is inexcusable in civilized society and next time he does that he goes deep under the prison floor. Also monitor his messages and dealings through digital era devices. Would have hinted he gone insane and converted a distraught single female.

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Posted in: 3 people dead, 1 injured after knife, sword attack at Tokyo shrine See in context

Good thing I mixed grammar up. Should be fed by the automations soon.

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Posted in: 3 people dead, 1 injured after knife, sword attack at Tokyo shrine See in context

Yeah I do. Both that imbecile and his sister would have been alive, and this disgusting stain on the history of humanity would have not happened. I'd himself spoon feed him in prison if only it meant he possessed no threat to the society. At least for 11 years. Hopefully, for life.

Police better start taking threats seriously. People are dying.

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Posted in: Woman arrested for stabbing 8-year-old classmate of her son See in context

I am afraid the scientific meaning of that complex is somewhat even more disturbing. This article gives no reason for such assumptions currently, thankfully.

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Posted in: Police prevent woman defendant from wearing bra in court: lawyers See in context

After the U.N. tribunal shame they are not taking chances at humiliating themselves, it seems.

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Posted in: Bitcoin plummets more than 12% to below $15,000 See in context

Whoosh one higher-up sweep and it is gone. Go and restore it with ledgers while contesting who had how many, though. It will never get back up after that, hopefully.

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Posted in: Trump to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital See in context

And of course happy Palestinians - they will finally have a reason and support for a murdering spree upon Israel citizens. Just what half the globe always wanted.

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Posted in: Trump to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital See in context

The situation is stepping on a rake, again, whilst now the holding part has a fanatically unhealthy wasp nest taped to it, but when Trump steps on the rake the nest miraculously misses his fine face and goes straight into his neighbours house. Stay tuned.

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Posted in: 3 people dead, 1 injured after knife, sword attack at Tokyo shrine See in context

You know, if the society cared more about other's well-being, priestess brother would have been locked up in 2006 and this insanity would have been avoided, hopefully. But even today police does not take those threats seriously. Wake up call, Japanese retards are not your prank and go retards found worldwide. There is sick Pride inside them slowly turning threats into reality.

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Posted in: Woman arrested for stabbing 8-year-old classmate of her son See in context

Alas, maybeperhasyes. Though this time I did open my eyes widely than usual.

Poor girl, but the boy is going to have it as rough mentally - they should be locking his mother up in mental institution soon.

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Posted in: Object possibly from U.S. military aircraft falls on Okinawa nursery See in context

It is the first time it made news here in the course of 7 years, that is for sure. The actual difference is, that the supposed vehicle that supposedly dropped the object was an army aircraft. Not a scheduled passenger plane. If anything, had something tragic happened, that particular U.S. (Japanese, Chinese, whatever) vehicle would have fulfilled its purpose.

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Posted in: Object possibly from U.S. military aircraft falls on Okinawa nursery See in context

I admit the only reason most of these are defending US is because there is a "possibly" word in the article. I can not see otherwise why a sane person would defend this occurrence. For in the time of peace, such an accident to happen, and just imagine it was a precise hit, how different it would have been from wartime assault? Would have been twice as wrong, if you ask me.

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Posted in: We have to continue efforts to promote the perception that hate speech is impermissible. See in context

I remember the times when those people were called imbeciles. Oh wait, I am still inside them. Ugh.

Bullying (hate speech, insults etc.) over the internet must be prosecuted with the same severity as it is (IS SUPPOSED TO BE) inside the social structures like educational institutions, workspace, or mere public encounter. Zero tolerance policy.

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Posted in: 'Batman Ninja' anime preview video every bit as crazy cool as the concept sounds See in context

After the manslaugher Zack Snyder and retarded Hollywoodmen committed upon the Batman during the previous years, this might just be the Second Coming for Batman.

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Posted in: N Korean national soccer teams in Japan for tournament See in context

"dcog9065" I ardently hope that was an inappropriate joke... but just in case.

Wow, should people investigate Americans who wave their flag, in case they have orders and looking for oil already? Or Russians who when waving their flags are hacking into the local digital systems and planting fake data and viruses? Here be hypocrisy, then.

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Posted in: Japan eyes budget for long-range cruise missiles See in context

Said Article 9 is vanishing faster than they are developing aforementioned defensive weapon systems...

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Posted in: N Korean national soccer teams in Japan for tournament See in context

They do not exactly look disgruntled or unfriendly. I see normal people who came for a sports(unneeded)championship. Guess North Korea is not exactly hell if they know smile. Or hypocrisy??

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