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Posted in: Bar association says long-term detainments of foreigners on the rise See in context

Japan needs foreigners to survive economically.

No, it doesn't.

Foreigners also get old and eventually become a burden for the social services.

You cannot put a fire out by dosing it with more fuel.

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Posted in: Bar association says long-term detainments of foreigners on the rise See in context

Easy to solve. Change the law to speedy deportation. Don't make the mistakes of the west, where detained migrants are arrested for years, giving time for endless appeals until they cannot be deported anymore and their cases disappear from the press because of the lack of public interest.

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Posted in: Hat trick See in context

Beautiful dress!!

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Posted in: Facebook chief wants 'more active' gov't role regulating internet See in context

i am glad I closed the FB account years ago. This guy is dangerous.

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Posted in: In major shift, Trump says time for U.S. to recognize Israeli sovereignty over Golan Heights See in context

Israel occupies this territory illegally, along with setllements in the West Bank. Better to recognize the 1967 borders that were established legally and with international assent, and recognize the rights of the Palestinians to the contiguous land they were given at the time. Anything else supports recognition of the right to territory taken by force.

The force was first used by Syria, not Israel. You need some elementary history.

http://www.sixdaywar.org/content/northernfront.asp

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Posted in: In major shift, Trump says time for U.S. to recognize Israeli sovereignty over Golan Heights See in context

The Golan belongs to the Syrian people.

You mean, the same "Syrian people" that were bombing Israeli civilians in the Galilee valley from the Golan Heights just before the Six Days War in June 1967? The Syrians attacked and Israel took the Golan to prevent further attacks, the same reason why it will never be returned.

The losers don't decide, there are plenty of examples throughout history. If you don't want to lose lands, don't attack your (stronger) neighbour.

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Posted in: Tokyo protests over Chinese vessel's incursion into Japanese EEZ See in context

For China, all of Japan is a "rock". They demand respect without giving it. Time for a slap.

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Posted in: Japanese teacher punches high school boy in face; social media on his side See in context

These days teenagers are going over the top for anything, result of decades of complacence by their parents that didn't know themselves the discipline and hardships of less fortunate times. The teacher didn't slap the student for no reason. Even if is not the best, this will serve as a reminder to the student that his rights finish where someone else's rights start, and that is one of the best things to happen to a rebel teenager that started to get off the tracks. It even may have helped prevent him from starting a life of crime with worse consequences.

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Posted in: 2 death row inmates hanged, bringing 2018 executions to 15 See in context

Death penalty is ok if reserved for the worst criminals and only after it's completely sure the inmate is the real criminal.

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Posted in: Japan to pull out of IWC to resume commercial whaling See in context

You cannot carrying out fishing or hunting to extinction because you will be left with nothing, in addition to the ecological damage.

Activities like fishing should be controlled by an independent team of scientists to ensure this does not happen.

Exploitation causing extinction of species should be criminalized and prosecuted.

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Posted in: EU sanctions Hungary, Poland, Czechs over refugees See in context

Good to know there is someone with a brain.

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Posted in: Musician Ian McCulloch flees Japan amid U.S.-N Korea tensions; show cancelled without notice See in context

Did he refunded the money or disappear with it?

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Posted in: Japan's population falls for 6th year; rise in foreign residents See in context

This look like Japan must be multicultural or it won't survive and same is with Europe...

Europe is "multicultural" and does not seem to have a great future either...

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Posted in: Chiba zoo culls 57 monkeys carrying 'invasive' genes See in context

To kill for this reason is animal abuse. They could be sent outside Japan to any sanctuary willing to keep and care for them.

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Posted in: Trump's national security adviser Flynn resigns over contacts with Russia See in context

Flynn should be deported to Mexico.

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Posted in: Truck rams into Berlin Christmas market, killing 12 people See in context

This is confirmed to be a Pakistani who came to Germany as a "refugee". Two years ago Germans were receiving them with open arms. This is the response. Wishful thinking has a price. Glad Trump won and will do what is needed.

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Posted in: Philippines' Duterte says he has personally killed people See in context

The interpretation Duterte gives to the rule of law means Philippines could save tons of money by firing the judges and disbanding the courts. These are not necessary.

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Posted in: Trump shrugs off fuss over Taiwan president's call See in context

Since when China give orders about who can or can't talk with whoever they want?

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Posted in: 79-year-old truck driver, going wrong way, killed in expressway crash See in context

Individuals beyond certain old age should not be allowed to drive.

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Posted in: A mother leaves Japan so that her teen son can stay See in context

The question to ask is why the mom never applied in 20 years to regularize her status? In most cases Illegals cost money to local legal residents in one way or another. That's no fair either, but forgotten all too often.

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Posted in: Trump, Pence consider Romney, Mattis for cabinet See in context

Secretary of State Romney?! Is that the best Trump and the GOP can come up with?

I don't know Romney, but one thing is 100% sure: chances are he at least would tell the truth, unlike Hillary:

https://youtu.be/VzR3Jir7ZoE

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Posted in: Abe to visit Argentina to boost trade See in context

Maybe he can sell them the nuclear power plant Vietnam doesn't want.

No thanks. They have their own and it never exploded.

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Posted in: Who are you voting for? See in context

He's checking out that she is not voting for her ex.

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Posted in: Face saver: Surgical masks worn at speed dating sessions See in context

This is a very good idea. Thumb up.

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Posted in: Trump says U.S. officials let in illegal immigrants to vote See in context

Ok, all the the democrat supporters who don't think the story is true, here's another "method" Clinton campaign uses to "go ahead". She already got tens of thousands of votes before the election even began!

http://truthfeed.com/breaking-fraudulent-clinton-votes-discovered-by-the-tens-of-thousands/26749/

The election lacks transparency at best.

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Posted in: Duterte tells Obama 'you can go to hell;' warns of breakup See in context

This guy thinks that China and Russia are reliable partners. Time to pile up lots of popcorn.

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Posted in: Taxi service to be offered to dogs and cats See in context

The drivers will be disappointed. Dogs and cats don't give tips, but demand them.

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Posted in: Man arrested for stabbing girl’s thigh with syringe See in context

What a sick individual. A psychiatric examination is in order.

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Posted in: China warns Japan not to 'play with fire' in South China Sea See in context

The Chinese defense ministry said the aim of the announcement was “to mess up the South China Sea situation and try to gain interests from the troubled waters.”

It seems to me that building artificial islands, harassing local fishermen and preventing them fishing in own waters, destroying coral reefs, depleting fish in someone else EEZ, and building military installations in disputed areas will do more damage than just sending a few ships for training.

China hypocrisy, like their demands, has no limits.

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Posted in: Tokyo Metro employee admits stealing lost-and-found items containing cash See in context

Well that woman knows how to make a career short, doesn't she?

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