ETHAN1001 comments

Posted in: Elton John sings at White House See in context

Multimillionaire socialists sings for multimillionaire socialist. Both became millionaires in a capitalist society. There you go, fixed your headline!

-2 ( +4 / -6 )

Posted in: Germany seizes Russian energy firm's subsidiaries See in context

Trump warned Germany about over relying on Russia for a high percentage of their energy needs. The German representatives laughed at such a suggestion. They're not laughing now. Another example of Trump being right! Not far-right, just right!

-10 ( +4 / -14 )

Posted in: Meta trims election misinformation efforts as midterms loom See in context

So during the last election Zuckerberg deliberately targeted Republicans and anyone not left of the left. Now, Republicans and their voters have decided to use Meta less, spend less time and money on Meta and pay for less ads. Meta's stock has tumbled from $380 to $160. Go woke, go broke. When will companies realize that being politically biased will lose them 50% of their customers or stock or interactions? Young people in general are not using Meta and young conservatives try to avoid it where possible!

1 ( +3 / -2 )

Posted in: Biden presses Congress to pass $52 bln semiconductor subsidies See in context

Nice to them following Trump's advice! He stated this years ago.

-2 ( +2 / -4 )

Posted in: Rattled and uncertain of its future, Twitter stumbles on See in context

Twitter and its employees are getting what they deserve. It is nothing less than a lefty propaganda sight that shadow bans or fully bans anyone center right! It politically discriminates! Lets read the lefty comebacks and their hurt woke feelings in 3 2 1 ...

1 ( +3 / -2 )

Posted in: Starbucks closing 16 U.S. stores for safety issues See in context

@Joe Blow

'All blue cities.'

This is very true and the blue policies are destroying USA. I'm amazed your comment is still up as this paper is rather blue too. They always favor the left leaning comments.

2 ( +3 / -1 )

Posted in: Trailblazing referee Yamashita proud of 'dream' World Cup role See in context

I'm not sure that it's possible for a woman to referee a man's game to the same level as men. Women's fitness levels are generally of a lesser standard. It will be interesting to see if she can keep up with the tempo or will she be too far away to make valid judgements. Let's see her distance covered statistics. Nevertheless, whilst I'm skeptical, I do believe it's possible and I'm open to her or any other woman proving people wrong!

-3 ( +0 / -3 )

Posted in: Musk warns Japan will cease to exist if birthrate continues decline See in context

Musk makes valid points. If the 840, 000 Japanese babies born in Japan in 2022 stay in Japan, reach adulthood in 25 or 35 years time and match up with each other and have at least one child. Then expect around 420,000 babies in 25 to 35 years time. Meanwhile expect maybe 1 to 1.5 million deaths each year. Therefore a net loss of 1 million Japanese people. A simplistic mathematical calculation that doesn't account for migration or other factors but you get the point. This is neither good for the economy or maintaining Japanese culture. What we need is an article on possible solutions with a spectrum of minor to more drastic policies.

5 ( +6 / -1 )

Posted in: Activists urge ad boycott if Musk turns Twitter toxic See in context

Musk could see that Twitter was deliberately censoring anyone not on the left whilst simultaneously promoting lefty propaganda. Activists should accept free speech and debate. Unless, the activists are afraid that their views will be shown to be flawed!

5 ( +7 / -2 )

Posted in: Honda to spend ¥5 tril over next decade on EVs See in context

I think Honda will do well and might follow in Tesla's foot steps!

0 ( +2 / -2 )

Posted in: Teacher suspended for selling a lot of cows without telling the school See in context

This teacher was milking the system and this story sounds like udder nonsense.

Moo ve along everyone. Dairy do it again in 6 months!

-1 ( +3 / -4 )

Posted in: Elon Musk buys large stake in Twitter, sending stock soaring See in context

Please tell me that Musk is planning to unban Trump from the 17th April (Easter Sunday). Trump's resurrection on Twitter will drive the Left crazy. Everybody else will love it!

-1 ( +7 / -8 )

Posted in: Japanese fans react to new trailer of 'Bullet Train' starring Brad Pitt See in context

The trailer was actually very impressive. It has been persuasively edited. Let's hope that the movie is a true reflection of this.

4 ( +4 / -0 )

Posted in: Super Bowl ads look toward the future — and the past See in context

If the half time show is political, woke and full of knee taking BLM artists, then expect the ratings to decrease again!

-1 ( +5 / -6 )

Posted in: We must discuss accepting foreign workers with a greater sense of urgency, as the competition for workforce would grow in the future against countries like China. We need to take actions to make Japan attractive in the longer term, a country to be chosen by foreign workers. See in context

How about more kindergartens, subsidized children's clothes and food, more housing, higher wages and a better work life balance? Then in 20 years Japan won't need many foreign workers as the government would have done its job and increased the birth rate and future work force.

Alternatively, just stick your head in the sand and hope for miracles.

0 ( +2 / -2 )

Posted in: Macron's government seeks to give Islam a French makeover See in context

In which countries are there no attacks by Muslims? In countries that have no muslims!

Food for thought!

8 ( +10 / -2 )

Posted in: Meta, formerly Facebook, faces historic drop as stock tanks See in context

They are owned by the LEFT. Censored by the LEFT and being dismantled by the LEFT.

FB banned Trump, Alex Jones, Milo Yiannopoulos, Paul Joseph Watson and Paul Nehlen.

Basically anyone who does not have a LEFTY viewpoint is banned.

FB stock price has tumbled from $385 to %235!

People are deregistering and younger people are not interested!

Conservatives are leaving.

Go woke.

Go broke!

-2 ( +2 / -4 )

Posted in: Japan was top tweet removal requestor in 1st half of 2021: Twitter See in context

Twitter is banning half of the people from using its platform. Anyone with center right ideologies is a target. Coincidently, Twitter has also lost half of its stock value. Coincidence? I think not. Social media can not afford to alienate 50% of the population.

3 ( +11 / -8 )

Posted in: 70-year-old man arrested after brawl with over 10 bikers See in context

Legend has it that the man has asked to see the biker gang again and wants them to bring 10 more biker gang men to make it an even fight! 20 v 1.


-1 ( +1 / -2 )

Posted in: Golden Globes to go ahead without audience or TV broadcast See in context

The Golden Globe's audience has decreased from 26.8 million viewers in 2004 to 5.4 million viewers

in 2021. No one wants to see multimillionaires give political statements and talk about their virtue signaling.

Go virtue signaling.

Go viewership decreasing.

Go woke.

Go broke!

2 ( +3 / -1 )

Posted in: Ratings for NHK's year-end 'Kohaku' music show hit record low See in context

Video killed the radio star!

Netflix, YouTube, Amazon Prime and Tik Tok killed the Kohaku star!

4 ( +5 / -1 )

Posted in: Food shortages feared in UK as new Brexit rules kick in See in context

@YuriOtani Exactly how ''troubling'' and ''expensive'' is it to fill in a form in order to make thousands, tens of thousands, or millions of pounds from British consumers? I think you must my point regarding the global economy, competition, scare mongering and unwillingness of people to accept democratic votes.

-4 ( +1 / -5 )

Posted in: Food shortages feared in UK as new Brexit rules kick in See in context

It looks likes the left leaning wings of the French and Germans are out in force today, down arrowing comments. The truth bites! The EU sucks!

-5 ( +2 / -7 )

Posted in: Food shortages feared in UK as new Brexit rules kick in See in context

if EU countries don't complete the forms and deliver the food, they will lose out with regards to revenue and profits. The rest of the world account for 75% of global trade. There's plenty of other countries ready to replace the food from EU countries and ready to acquire more profits. Money talks and EU gamesmanship can walk!

-13 ( +7 / -20 )

Posted in: Australia retains Ashes with win over England See in context

I don't know what's worse. The team's performances or the fact that English school children can't get access to watch live test cricket for free on TV as its behind SKY TVs pay wall! Poor school children cant access it and consequently their potential talent and involvement is lost!

3 ( +3 / -0 )

Posted in: Russian court slaps Google, Meta with massive fines See in context

Russia will do exactly what FB, Twitter and Google did to Trump and Conservatives. Ban them and teach them a lesson. They can not dictate which data or opinions should be made available.

5 ( +6 / -1 )

Posted in: Nearly all Japan's school boards scrap gender field on applications See in context

They should have three choices Girl ☐ Boy ☐ Other, please state ☐ ......................................................

Do not allow the minority to dictate what the majority can express themselves as. Be proud to be a boy, girl or other but don't take away other people's right to express their identity as a girl or boy.... or other!

9 ( +14 / -5 )

Posted in: Kishida asks companies to raise wages next year See in context

Yeah, raise the wages so that it appears to people that life is getting better and wealth is being fairly distributed. Then soon after the consumption/income/pension/city tax goes up and takes it back off you! He is Abe light! A copy of a copy of a copy!

5 ( +6 / -1 )

Posted in: Lawson to power some convenience stores with solar energy See in context

I welcome sustainable energy sources but how about simultaneously powering its employees with higher wages of at least ¥1200 an hour?

1 ( +1 / -0 )

Posted in: CDPJ leadership contenders remain committed to opposition alliance See in context

Japan needs a youthful opposition. It needs 20-40 year olds to propose policies that benefit the young, women and the elderly poor. It needs education, housing, child rearing and tax policies that distribute more wealth whilst allowing businesses to grow. The status quo is not going to be beneficial to Japan in the long term.

8 ( +8 / -0 )

Articles, Offers & Useful Resources

A mix of what's trending on our other sites

©2022 GPlusMedia Inc.