Gabor Fabricius comments

Posted in: Nobel Prize season arrives amid war, nuclear fears, hunger See in context

The Nobel prize is far from always fair. Especially the lierature- and peace prizes.

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Posted in: Resettlement woes affecting female Ukrainian refugees See in context

In Ukraine and Russia there is no privacy or private property respect.

That’s why the trouble.

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Posted in: Harris condemns Chinese actions in speech at U.S. Navy base See in context

Formosa-Taiwan was never part of China.

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Posted in: Japan's historic yakuza leaders wax philosophic, with selected memorable quotations See in context

The Yakuza was a very efficient underworld organization, necessary in the nightlife of big cities, keeping order in prostitution and in the criminal world. Since their persecution by the media and public opinion, random criminality has grown in Japan drastically.

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Posted in: Russia acknowledges significant troop losses in Ukraine See in context

The Russian losses are significant due to the Turkish made Bayraktar TB 2 ,

an excellent unmanned fighting vehicle extremely efficient against large tank formations

and other traditional and obsolete weapons.

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Posted in: China's security deal with Solomons raises alarm in Pacific See in context

No Chinese military in the Pacific until free Tibet and Uighuristan.

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Posted in: Japan's foreign minister visits Poland; renews support for Ukraine See in context

Japan should stay out of this mess. It was created by NATO’s Stoltenberg, refusing to promise Russia no Ukrainian and Georgian NATO-membership. EU added to the crises by not stopping/warning this NATO-expansion effort.

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Posted in: GSDF marks launch of new electronic warfare unit See in context

Very good. Electronic, digital weapons is the future , not atomic bombs or nuclear ICDM’s, and the lesson from the Russian-Ukrainian conflict is that the effect of the global internet warfare should not be underestimated.

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Posted in: Japan OKs bigger budget to host U.S. forces, step up alliance See in context

Japan should also invest in high power laser-technology, both air- and space based, capable of destroying nuclear attack weapons on the ground before launching…anywhere. That is already possible and realistic and all the atomic bombs will become obsolete.

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Posted in: Japan OKs bigger budget to host U.S. forces, step up alliance See in context

Since the collapse of USSR and the decline of US global power after loosing the wars in Iraq , Syria and influence in India-China a totally new Global horizon is emerging.

Japan is very lucky , not to have any participation in the past 70 years of nuclear military race.

The new high technology conventional, highly precise ,anti-missile and anti-air-naval weaponry and currently development of new military weapons, has made nuclear ICBM’s ineffective and is only a terror-threat of civilian populations everywhere.

Japan should just double their conventional military defence budget over the next five yers; that will be enough to stop any military aggression from any country.

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Posted in: Russia to halt peace treaty talks with Japan over sanctions See in context

In the future, negotiation can start again when the Ukrainian-Russian civil war is finished and then the Sakhalin territory dispute can be included in the Kuril-peace talks.

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Posted in: With eye on China, Japan breaks with precedents for strong Ukraine response See in context

Different from Ukraine-Russian relations/history, Taiwan was never a part of China. Chinese are immigrants there and only they spoke Chinese. After the Chinese Nationalist invasion, Taiwanese languages were forbidden and are just recovering now.

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Posted in: Rattled by spectator's insult, Osaka loses at Indian Wells See in context

BNP Paris open should be fined for admitting such primitive spectators to

degrade the tennis sport.

Osaka is a real champion, gambatte Naomi-chan.

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Posted in: 8 influential women and girls in modern Japanese history See in context

Japan is absolutely number one in the world when it comes to influential, intelligent, brave and humble women, since Murasaki Shikibu and her Genji Monogatari a thousand years ago. From Meiji until now, the average education of girls in Japans all provinces is formidable.

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Posted in: Ghosn calls Kelly's guilty verdict 'face saving' for prosecutors, Nissan See in context

Carlos Ghosh is a criminal, and has made a second career of smearing Japan’s juridical system after escaping and deserves his sentence plus another ten years.

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Posted in: Japan beats Denmark 6-2 to stay unbeaten in women's ice hockey See in context

Congratulations Japan girls.

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Posted in: U.S. urges Japan to consider sanctions on Russia if Ukraine invaded See in context

Japan should not get involved at all. NATO, North Atlantic Treaty Organisation should not be present on the borders of Russia. Finland and Sweden are not NATO members. Additionally Ukraine is historically, a part of Russia. Japan must NOT sanction.

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Posted in: Russia toughens its posture amid Ukraine tensions See in context

When Germany was reunited, Nato promised Russia never to include any Eastern European countries, like Poland, Hungary not to mention Ukraine. Nato is braking that agreement.

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Posted in: Olympic athletes urged by activists not to criticize China See in context

No more talking …just Stop Chinese concentration camps and Stalinist terror of the Uyghur people.

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Posted in: Japan's 7-Eleven in China fined for describing Taiwan as country See in context

If Taiwan is a part of China, it stands to reasons, that China is a part of the Mongol Empire, and USA, Canada and Malaysia belongs to UK.

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Posted in: Prefectural rivalry in Japan: Survey reveals which areas compete against each other, and why See in context

I have visited all 47 prefectures in Japan and some I love-like more than others including their difference’s in culture, food, girls and atmosphere.

I only had an unpleasant experience in one……Okinawa; they have adopted some bad American habits, unfortunately.

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Posted in: Panel recommends no change to male-only emperor system See in context

Yes , Princess Aiko will be a wonderful Empress, she is pretty, clever, sincere and a warm , unselfish personality.

Such an Empress will benefit Japan and the Japanese people .

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Posted in: From Japan with love: A guide to Japanese Christmas cards See in context

Christian Christmas Day was just adapted to an already ancient celebration which in Scandinavia still is called by the original name: Jul…meaning wheel or turn of the year.

In Scandinavia you send Julekort not Christmas cards.

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Posted in: Japan's military, among world's strongest, looks to build See in context

Japan is very lucky, not having spent trillions or billions on totally useless nuclear weapons and other related equipment like carriers and huge ICBM- delivery systems and submarines.

In a possible new war, all that outdated hardware can be taken out by stealthily AI-piloted extremely accurate cruse missiles .

All that those missiles need is a mobile number in Kremlin.

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Posted in: Former Princess Mako, husband leave for New York See in context

I think Japan should change the law and I support women being allowed to rule.

A Japanese Empress next in line could be wonderful and very international as well as inspiring .

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Posted in: Whistleblower blasts Facebook's Meta rebrand See in context

Having a Harvard MBA doesn’t make F. Haugen some self-made international internet sheriff.

All she did was to recruit som jobless ex-anti-smoking crusaders and congressmen, who obviously have no clue of the internet essentials, and confuse them to mix up smoking and website surfing.

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Posted in: Taiwan leader confirms small U.S. troop training presence See in context

Taiwan/ Formosa was never a part of China.

It was internationally recognized as a part of Japan by all major powers, including China

after the Shimonoseki peace treaty in 1895.

Sun yats-en congratulated Taiwan on the day the treaty was signed.

There was a large minority of Chinese immigrants, just like in other Asian nations, but the

Taiwanese spoke several different languages but never Chinese.

The japanese investment, development and modernization of Taiwan was far greater than

anywhere else in Asia.

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Posted in: Pulitzer-winning scholar Sherwin, who challenged support for U.S. bombing of Japan, dead at 84 See in context

The final decision on where to drop the first nuclear bomb was made on 29th May 1945 by US top brass including General Groves, head of the Manhattan project.

Secretary of war at the time Mr Stimson however, told his wife coming home that evening, that Kyoto, the city of their honeymoon 40 years prior would disappear.

She was the great granddaughter of one of the founding fathers Roger Sherman, and she had the guts and cool intelligence to say NO! 

Not her Kyoto, so the target became Hiroshima since next morning, Stimson went all the way to President Truman to stop the madness.

Thank you Mrs Stimson.

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Posted in: Instagram and teens: How to keep your kids safe See in context

Harward MBA Frances Haugen is trying to make a cerear back- stabbing her employer and making up faar-out stories by mixing up Facebook and Instagram, accusing CEO Mark Zuckerberg for "profiteering from young internet addicts"......

Her strategy is to become a new " IT- prophete/fortune-teller and web-guru" by using the internet-analphabet US Senate, led by anti-smoking crusader Richard Blumenthal, to blackmail Facebook and actually trying to create mistrust of the Facebook platform, allegedly being guilty of some local ethnic violence in Ethiopia and Burma.

She made a point of that "I have a Harward MBA" as if that fact would white-wash her far fetched story...

The fact is that Facebook is absolutely the best internet social platform, with exellent, updated algorithms, and the strongest supporter of free speach and civilized opinion sharing GLOBALLY.......period.

We hope that Francis Haugen will never find employment anywhere exept as a dishwhasher in an Ethiopian kindergarden.

Her mission of starting/supporting some form of government control, and internet censorship including som kind of licensing/taxing of Facebook is very transparent, and

Is doomed to fail. Facebook users are not that stupid.

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Posted in: China has submitted an application to join the Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade deal? Do you think they should be accepted? See in context

Taiwan was never a part of China, only a part of Japan after the Shimonoseki peace treaty.

Like many other Asian countries it just had a large Chinese immigrant community.

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