Failing to face up to wartime atrocities does Japan no favours.
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Personally, I can't see Japan beating the springboks. Great effort to make it this far, but the boks will be out for revenge and won't be caught napping this time.
France /Wales game will depend on which France team turns up.
Australia /England, probably England, but an upset is definitely on the cards, especially if Petaia has a good game, hugely talented.
I think NZ is a bridge too far for Ireland.
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Of course he had a meltdown, he's a giant baby. He trades in personal invective because he has no understanding of policy. Just yesterday he was berating the French for their unfair trade practices in selling Renault cars in the US - Renault hasn't been sold in the US since 1989.
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> Trump's not abandoning them. Enormous economic pressure is being put on Turkey to not go too far with this military assault
Sanctions might have an effect in 12 months or so, great comfort to the thousands of abandoned Kurds killed in the meantime, I'm sure.
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Question for the anti-Trumpers - Where's the UN?
> Second question - Where's the UN?
> Final question - Where's the UN?
So you want the UN's help now?
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So, these colors do run, apparently.
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Abandoning your allies - that's never going to come back to bite you....
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Most fragile thing in existence - the Chinese heart.
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Trump, hoist with his own petard.
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@luddite To be fair, it was a pretty terrible call.
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@burningbush Why do you think women's only carriages and apartments are necessary? You are either hilariously uninformed or being facetious.
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@fizzbit The difference being Kennedy had a clue.
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Well, Trump never lies, so I guess we should just take him at his word. Hahaha
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Wen your deflection is 'We're not as bad as China', you need to reassess your position.
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'I believe Kim about Otto Warmbier.' WTH.
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Well, it didn't quite achieve zero results, he did get to legitimize a murderous dictator.
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The 'law and order' party. Hahaha
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Trump is a giant baby perpetually at the mercy of his insecurities.
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First a wall, now a cave.
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@alexBecu This is japantoday- JAPAN today. The clue is in the title.
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Japan will protect the whales like they protected bluefin tuna.
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Sarah Sanders - a liar in the service of liars.
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Japan's $$$ does not give it the right to dictate to the rest of the world. A vote has been taken, Japan lost. Respect the decision.
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Yes, an uncomfortable truth. They have been the dirtiest team at the WC. Glad they're out.
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62 fouls in 3 games. Dirty team, glad they're out.
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Posted in: Kobe Steel is the latest company to enter Japan's "corporate hall of shame" after admitting to falsifying inspection data. Have these scandals involving companies in various industries made you think twice about buying Japanese products? See in context
Generally I find Japanese products of good quality, but recently I've felt things are sliding. The Takata airbag problems concerned me not just because it was the biggest recall in history and resulted in many deaths and injuries, but also because of how many Japanese I met who were completely convinced that it was just other countries out to attack Japan. Attitudes like that don't inspire confidence.
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Yeah, I understand some people calling BS, but there it is. I really don't know what to say, it was awful.
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I was trying to understand what article you were suggesting I provide links for- if you are referring to the last sentence of the 3rd paragraph, I can clear that up. I was talking about the things people on this board had said about the woman in the main article on this page, not another article or other people. I hope that clears it up a little.
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