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Posted in: 12 people including foreigners injured in bus-trailer-car crash in Hokkaido See in context

Unlike passenger cars, trucks are permitted to wear chains in Hokkaido in Winter. Might be a good idea to make it a legal requirement.

Yep. Ive been in chain-shod buses in Hokkaido and Tohoku - Yamagata from memory. Certainly a bumpy and noisy ride, but probably avoids many accidents.

All the best to those injured - wishing for a full recovery.

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Posted in: Denmark adopts law making it illegal to burn Koran or other religious texts See in context


If it is YOUR property, why should a government tell you that you cannot burn your own book- be it a bible, Koran, Jewish Torah, Buddhist text, whatever. It is just a bunch of pages that is YOUR property.

This is a backwards law I'd expect from an Islamic nation/terrorist group - not Denmark.

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Posted in: Returning Naomi Osaka targets Paris Olympics, more Grand Slam titles See in context

All the best to Naomi in getting those points, climbing back up and making the Paris Olympics!

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Posted in: West Ham fights back to beat Tottenham 2-1 in the Premier League See in context

The Hammers showing their depth and class away against massive rivals. No wonder they are bossing teams around in Europe.

Gaffer Moyes has achieved it all - and is again showing his football mind is up there with the very best. Hammers had better be careful he isn't imminently poached.

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Posted in: Japan must be able to deal with anything at Asian Cup: Moriyasu See in context

He is the real deal this gaffer Moriyasu. He has recently masterminded victories against former World Cup winners Spain, Germany as well as the formidable Turks. Rising star of world football management.

Who would bet against him leading the Samurai Blue to glory in Qatar? Not me.

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Posted in: Japan pledges $4.5 bil more in aid for Ukraine, including $1 bil in humanitarian funds See in context

> Japan has the highest debt in the developed world by a country mile (263% of GDP).

The Fascist Russia supporters are grasping at straws, using "debt" as an argument.

Almost ALL Japanese debt is domestic. Stop being alarmist.

It really is rather curious how many supporters of Fascist Russia, Communist China and totalitarian North Korea there are on JAPAN Today. Endless hate for Japan.

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Posted in: Japan pledges $4.5 bil more in aid for Ukraine, including $1 bil in humanitarian funds See in context

Good for Japan. Ukraine needs help from democracies- and Japan has stepped up along with others.

The Japan and West bashers not happy. But hey - what's new?

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Posted in: Relentless Villa beat stuttering Man City; Liverpool win See in context

Villa an outside Premiership hope.

Citizens on the slide. Is the points deduction possibility - and the threat of relegation - affecting the club? I'd say so.

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Posted in: Death penalty sought for man over 2019 Kyoto Animation arson-murders See in context

Reason 1 - it is immoral, barbaric and illegal to kill another human being.

Wrong, wrong and legally completely wrong.

The worst, most heinous crimes deserve the ultimate punishment.

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Posted in: Death penalty sought for man over 2019 Kyoto Animation arson-murders See in context

Burning alive 36 innocent souls. Almost impossible to comprehend the evil behind it.

This animal - when he hopefully hangs - will be getting off incredibly lightly. No tears will be shed for him - just his victims.

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Posted in: Centenarian survivors of Pearl Harbor attack returning to honor those who perished 82 years ago See in context

Hats off to these patriots and survivors. The world can learn a lot from them. Hope they can still enjoy a cold beer with their old comrades.

Japan is certainly no longer a fascist, aggressor regime. Instead she works with fellow freedom-loving nations like the US, as brothers. Sadly the same cannot be said for a few of Japans neighbours who despise freedom, democracy and rule of law.

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Posted in: Sports bodies ask IOC to allow Russians as neutrals for 2024 Olympics See in context

The very best supporters of fascist Russia will get is a smattering of their athletes marching in under the white Olympic flag, alongside with stateless athletes and refugees. That is the very best they can hope for.

If any of them have stated any support on social media for Fascist Russia's invasion of Ukraine - or indeed if they have served with the Russian military - they are not going to get into Paris.

So, at best a little rabble of Russian athletes under the white flag. And as Jimizo stated - they will be tested and watched like a hawk - because we all know Russians are notorious cheats.

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Posted in: U.S. Air Force identifies 8 crew lost in Osprey crash in Japan See in context

Condolences to the families and loved ones of these 8 men who died serving their country and in their duty to protect Japan.

RIP. Fly high, airmen.

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Posted in: Chilean insists he did not kill Japanese ex-girlfriend at conviction appeal in France See in context

if the death of the woman can not be confirmed, the sentence is illegal and groundless.

What a bizarre thing to say. "Illegal and groundless" in your mind maybe - but absolutely legal in French and most system's law. Of course the conviction is legal without a body.

Hope this cold-blooded killer gets more years added on (if the French appeals system allows this).

RIP Narumi.

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Posted in: UK unveils tough new rules designed to cut immigrant numbers See in context

PM Sunak, Cleverly, Braverman and others can consider themselves very lucky their families slipped through the cracks and got into a First world nation.

Having a minimum salary requirement for British citizens to enter their own nation to reside with their kids and spouse is a disgrace.

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Posted in: Divers find wreckage, bodies from U.S. Osprey aircraft that crashed off Japan See in context

Rest in Peace.

These men died in the duty of securing the defense of Japan. They will be honored - and deservedly so.

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Posted in: Man City charged by English FA after Haaland and others surrounded ref during Tottenham draw See in context

Hoping the FA come down hard on the Citizens- and especially Haaland. He may be an incomparable goal scorer, but he needs to learn sportsmanship. Time to stop being a brat. Should have been immediately sent off for abusing the ref.

And still waiting for the points penalty handed down to City over their dodgy financial dealings. A season or two in lower leagues may be just what they need.

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Posted in: 82-year-old man fatally stabbed at apartment in Kyoto See in context

@Fighto so your assumption is every old man in their 60-70's should be commonly characterized as a gangsters? SMFH!!

Not at all. It is a small minority - but if you read the crime sections of Japanese news you will see it is not that uncommon for gangs to have older members - often in senior roles. (In many other countries they'd have long been "knocked off" by rivals before retirement age!)

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Posted in: 82-year-old man fatally stabbed at apartment in Kyoto See in context

We need a lot more information here. Was he involved in a dispute with another resident? Was he a gangster known to police? (It's not uncommon for gang members in Japan to be in their 60s, 70s or 80s)

In any case RIP.

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Posted in: 3 commercial ships hit by missiles in Houthi attack in Red Sea; U.S. warship downs 3 drones See in context

is Red Sea part of USA already?

maybe I need to update my google maps ...

International waters. The freedom of the seas means any nation or vessel can be there - and nations like the US and Japan have billions of dollars of money in the area so use naval protection.

Be a real shame if these Houthi terrorist scum blow themselves up with some of their own artillery.

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Posted in: Kyiv investigates allegations Russian forces shot surrendering Ukrainian soldiers See in context

Plenty of reports online about fascist Russia releasing murderers and rapists (common in Russia), as well as recruiting mentally disabled men, alcoholic lunatics, and teenagers just out of school - and throwing them into battle to replace their huge amount of casualties.

Get those shipments of body bags ready.

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Posted in: Fears grow Japan-U.S. alliance may be affected by Osprey crash See in context

Us forces are occupying forces here.

War have ended in 1945.

you have no business here guys,pack and go back home

Surprise, surprise.

The very same wish that Japan's enemies have. Not going to happen.

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Posted in: Kyiv investigates allegations Russian forces shot surrendering Ukrainian soldiers See in context

History has recorded what the Russian troops did to surrendered Germans after WW2. Mass rapes and murders of women and children, summary executions of civilians, looting and total destruction.

They have form - and it seems nothing has changed.

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Posted in: Fears grow Japan-U.S. alliance may be affected by Osprey crash See in context

You’re naive if you believe the US will ever go to war with China for Japan.

The US is compelled to defend Japan.

Article 5 of the US-Japan Joint Security Treaty commits the United States to defend Japan if it is attacked by a third party. 

Communist China can believe that the US won't defend Japan if they attack Japan - at their own peril.

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Posted in: Man arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting 14-year-old girl at hotel in Nagasaki Prefecture See in context

Despite this guy being an obvious perv, unfortunately, (according to Japanese “Law”) this was NOT illegal.

Sexual assault of a MINOR. The girl was 14. Did you even read that part?

Is that hard to comprehend?

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Posted in: Fears grow Japan-U.S. alliance may be affected by Osprey crash See in context

The US-Japan alliance is unshakeable. Japans enemies are hoping otherwise, but the bonds are very strong.

Having said that, the US should follow Japans direction and stand down all Osprey aircraft pending investigations.

Japan seems to be able to operate these aircraft safely- but the US has a serious maintenance issue - likely due to a lack of skilled engineers/personnel. Who would be a US Military aircraft engineer or mechanic when you can get much greater pay in the private sector.

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Posted in: Bomb blast kills at least 4 during mass in southern Philippines See in context

Wishing the Filipino people success in dealing with these murderous Islamic terrorists. Show no mercy - they deserve none.

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Posted in: Japan, France unveil new road map to boost defense, economic security See in context

Good for Japan- good for France.

Two freedom-loving democracies who believe in Rule of Law - a concept sadly becoming less common. May they both prosper.

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Posted in: Philippine troops kill 11 Islamic militants in one of bloodiest anti-insurgency offensives this year See in context

All power to the Philippine troops in exterminating these ISIS-aligned Islamic terrorists.

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Posted in: Five senators ask Biden to impose China travel ban after respiratory illness cases See in context

well who cares?

this will make no difference whatsoever.

We know full well you are a CCP apologist.

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