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Posted in: American Medical Association calls for total ban on all e-cigarette, vaping products See in context

TomToday 12:21 pm JST

American Indians loved tobacco and if used responsibly it is safe.

But those have nothing to do with tobacco no ?

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Posted in: Police surround last holdouts at Hong Kong campus protest See in context

AkieToday 08:24 am JST

CrazyJoe. Chinese high court has the highest authority to explain the constitution.

Akie, are you aware of "one country two systems" and Hong Kong Basic Law ? Does that ring a bell ?

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Posted in: China tells U.S., Britain to stop interfering in Hong Kong affairs See in context

Hello Kitty 321Today 11:36 am JST

@theFu

Really? I had not noticed the French government making concessions or stepping down despite a whole year of demonstrations.

You're then, very misinformed.

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Posted in: Folau claims Australia's bushfires 'God's judgement' for gay marriage See in context

I hope that one day humanity will be able to get free a any religion. It has been a plague for centuries.

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

Toasted HereticToday 01:28 pm JST

Disclosure: I don't like Biden. I see him as the old guard, another spokesperson for the elite and as such, I would despair if he is the best the Democrats can offer up against Trump.

But this language from Pyongyang (whichever faction is pushing it) is not helpful.

I actually think it is very helpful... To their case ... With the current US president.

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Posted in: Hong Kong police say protesters out of control See in context

They are fed up. Fed up with being ignored by the government for months, not even wiling to open a discussion nor acknowledging the issue. Fed with the police arresting everyone outside of the law, entering private properties to beat up citizens without warrant, throwing tear gaz to residential area, shooting non threatening people. Fed up with the lack of accountability.

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Posted in: Hong Kong police fire tear gas as chaos grips city See in context

Lam said on Monday the violence had exceeded protesters' demands for democracy and demonstrators were now the people's enemy.

Are you sure of that ?

https://www.reddit.com/r/HongKong/comments/dv5owq/how_the_enemies_of_the_people_were_received/

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Posted in: Trump says China trade deal 'close' but dashes hopes for signing details See in context

The master it market manipulation.

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

Hello Kitty 321Today 12:45 pm JST

KariHaruka

There have been a lot more injuries in the French demonstrations, does that make France a police state too?

I don't think any police officer has shot with live round at close range a protester during the yellow vest movement.

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Posted in: Violence spreads across Hong Kong's New Territories in 24th weekend of unrest See in context

AkieToday 08:16 am JST

who wear the same black masks as terrorists in the middle east.

Oh you meant the police since the beginning ? I totally agree with you.

Those police officers should also be held accountable for their actions, the recent gang rape of the arrested lady is the behavior of invading forces. DNA has been taken and hopefully light will be shed !

Sadly I am worried about who is going to be able to make those rapists "police officers" accountable...

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Posted in: Yokohama legal firm refuses to return passport to Filipino woman See in context

ScepticalToday 01:21 pm JST

In case of the subject woman, she chose to hand over her passport to the employer for whatever reason stipulated in the document. Therefore, there is nothing illegal about it.

I actually don't know Japanese law about this passport issue. But on a side note in most developed countries, writing something down and have it signed by 2 parties doesn't make it legal.

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Posted in: Hong Kong mall clash ends in bloody knife attack and bitten off ear See in context

AkieToday 07:36 am JST

Ah_so, your democracy of no ears are worthy fighting.

You're confused, it's a pro CCP protester who bite the ear of a pro democracy district councillor after that same pro CCP protester slashed multiple people with a knife.

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Posted in: Koike gives reluctant consent to Olympic race venue move but Tokyo won't pay for it See in context

DisillusionedToday 04:43 pm JST

That photo is a classic! She does not look happy at all!

With that dude looking like trying to intimidate her, get that hand out of there sir !

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Posted in: Japan asks S Korean parliament speaker retract emperor comments See in context

I am wondering if Japan has the equivalent of Chinese web propagandists ....

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Posted in: Olympic golf must be moved because of heat, politician tells IOC See in context

@AscissorToday 09:53 am JST

And the French want boules at Paris 2024!

Sounds like a great idea, it's just summer curling !

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Posted in: Kanye West claims he will be U.S. president one day See in context

Wouldn't be surprising...

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Posted in: Johnson says it is up to EU on Brexit delay after parliament rejects swift decision See in context

"It's 2142, the UK prime minister is going to deliver his delay request to the EU, nobody knows how it started but the tradition is kept alive..."

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Posted in: Paralympian Marieke Vervoort fulfills wish to take own life See in context

She sounds like a real fighter, I cannot imagine what pain she went through to think about euthanasia ... I think I couldn't have endured half of what she did.

Somehow I am having egocentric thoughts and I am glad to be healthy.

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Posted in: Emperor Naruhito proclaims ascendancy to throne; pledges to fulfill his duty as symbol of the state See in context

indigoToday 01:47 pm JST

President Nicolas Sarkozy ?

thought he was under judgment for corruption...

I am also confused about the reason of his presence ...

Bolsonaro, Duterte, Lam, ... Seems like a nice bunch of people invited.

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Posted in: Boeing wants it to fly, but travelers fear the 737 MAX See in context

They are talking about regaining trust and credibility like it was just the entertainment system malfunctioning, but 350 people died .... Their communication seems really disconnected to me.

Are the families of the people who died in the crashes suing Boeing by the way ?

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Posted in: Thief steals $840,000 watch from Japanese man's wrist in Paris See in context

While visting Paris, wear your crappiest clothing and accessories. It's even more relevant if you're an Asian tourist somehow ...

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Posted in: Apple removes police-tracking app used in Hong Kong protests from its app store See in context

Fair and object statement, good job. No one is perfect, no apple is perfect, mistake can be corrected and should be corrected, that is all justice about.

Justice ? They had their day in court ?

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Posted in: Missing part of oldest 'Tale of Genji' manuscript discovered See in context

I need pictures !

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

rlperez@hotmail.com.auToday 10:45 pm JST

"even that system is better than having no vote at all." The citizens of HK do have a vote - check.

Could you remind us how the chief executive is elected?

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

SekkenisgoodToday 06:18 pm JST

when the people have no choice

History has shown countless times that bloodshed causes nothing but more bloodshed.

History actually shows that it has always been the only solution to get back democracy from the hands of tyranny.

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Posted in: At Fukushima plant, a million-ton headache: radioactive water See in context

WilliBToday 01:10 pm JST

A lot of posters here seem unfamiliar with the concept of dilution. While a million tons sounds impressive, when dumped into the ocean it is literally nothing.

I think it's more about the easy way out, the lack on consequences. It's so convenient to dump stuff into the sea.

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

WesleyToday 11:34 am JST

So, once again, in the Land of the Free, they are being dictated and having their thoughts controlled by the communist china.

Disgusting.

You mean by money ? It's been a while now that money controls the "Land of the Free" ...

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

They always show the frontlines on those articles, I understand it's more attractive, but it diminishes the fact that millions of peaceful protesters are behind.

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Posted in: At Fukushima plant, a million-ton headache: radioactive water See in context

voiceofokinawaToday 07:18 am JST

What a tragedy! You can't keep installing tank after tank there to contain endlessly flowing radioactive water. It’s like a goose trying to stop the flow of a river by drinking it.

Why ? What's the issue, the whole area is closed no ? They can keep adding tanks around. Keep your water, deal with your mistakes.

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

They also have been releasing UV sensitive powder through helicopters.

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