Hervé L'Eisa comments

Posted in: Buffalo shooting latest example of targeted racial violence See in context

"Tough issue because it doesn't fall easily into any category. This shooter was a racist, environmentalist, populist, anti-corporatist, self described left-of-center, lunatic. "


And he also detests FOX, Tucker Carlson, and the other conservatives who the media have been trying to blame for this atrocity.

He's a self-described white-supremacist, anti-Semite, "Green-National-Socialist" (NAZI).

And let's also not forget that he was detained a year ago by the FBI for threatening an act of violence at a high school, but he was released for mental treatment. Another person on the FBI watchlist who was not watched.

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Posted in: McDonald's to sell all 850 stores in Russia See in context

Go woke, go broke!

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Posted in: U.S. death toll from COVID hits 1 million See in context

Fake numbers. Or, more precisely, "data" manipulated/manufactured to fit the narrative.

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Posted in: Japan's wholesale prices jump record 10% in April See in context

"The negatives of the weak yen appear to be outweighing the positives (for the economy)."

This is the predicted outcome of Abenomics, the massively foolish Keynesian monetary principles.

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Posted in: If you are an employee of a company, educational institution or organization, do you like your job? See in context

B**litz treats their employees like dirt.

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

Fact is that Musk isn't wrong. The greying population and falling birthrate are not news. Though it is a bit hyperbolic.

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Posted in: 'Top Gun' gets 'evolution' in sequel 36 years on, says Cruise See in context

Looking forward to a long-awaited sequel.

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Posted in: Debate on relaxing mask requirement starting in Japan See in context

What was the CDC's guidance for mask wearing prior to 2019? Back then, it was based on science. Now, it's paranoid/dystopia nonsense.

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Posted in: Report: Draft opinion suggests U.S. Supreme Court could overturn Roe See in context

The (human) life begins at conception. Only a callous heart can deny that.

Psalm 139:15-16

English Standard Version

15 My frame was not hidden from you,

when I was being made in secret,

intricately woven in the depths of the earth.

16 Your eyes saw my unformed substance;

in your book were written, every one of them,

the days that were formed for me, when as yet there was none of them.

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Posted in: Beijing COVID spike prompts mass testing, panic buying See in context

Fine with me if they permanently seal themselves up.

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Posted in: Don't call him CEO: Jack Dorsey says he's 'Block Head' now See in context

Blockhead. Pretty sure he's been rightly called worse things.

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Posted in: Actor Ezra Miller arrested again on Hawaii's Big Island See in context

Oh, he's just a "method actor".... Looney Method!

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Posted in: Shareholders await Musk's next move in Twitter takeover bid See in context

Big, big mistake to underestimate Musk!

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Posted in: Human shogi pieces See in context

Reminds me of the chess scene in Mel Brooks' "History of the World - Part 1" !

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Posted in: Survey reveals that many young people in Japan are experiencing loneliness and isolation See in context

I'm not at all surprised by the results, other than the numbers are likely a conservative UNDERestimate. I say this from my own personal experience. I also often feel lonely, and I don't live alone.

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Posted in: Japanese e-vehicle battery company to build plant in Kentucky See in context

The next step will be sourcing Lithium and other necessary materials domestically.

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Posted in: What Elon Musk's dance with Twitter really means See in context

The left are freaking out with every move Musk makes, or doesn't make. It's a bit comical to observe. I expect that he'll acquire a larger total share of the stock. This is only chapter 2.

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Posted in: Britney Spears says she is pregnant See in context

Best wishes to her.

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

Should be MOOCHO cows, according to my Spanish-speaking friends. Apparently, it means A LOT to them.

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Posted in: Amazon seeks to overturn union win, says vote was tainted See in context

"Not accepting the result of an election that everyone else says was free and fair? Now where on Earth could Amazon have got that idea from?"

Amazon (Bezos) remembers the elections of GWBush and Trump and the cries of "Foul!" by the non-winners.

Surely the vote mustn't be questioned...

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Posted in: Jennifer Lopez announces engagement to Ben Affleck (again) See in context

Best wishes for them.

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Posted in: North Korea calls Biden an 'old man in his senility' See in context

Ole Joe frequently utters things that his handlers have to rush to walk back.

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Posted in: Missile kills at least 52 at crowded Ukrainian train station See in context

The missile was fired from an area controlled by the Ukrainian forces. It was probably intended to strike a Russian controlled area but malfunctioned post launch.

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Posted in: Pink Floyd members reunite to record song for Ukraine See in context

They've become Comfortably Numb...

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Posted in: Japan seeing signs of coronavirus resurgence, warns Kishida See in context

I keep seeing reports of double-vaxxed and "boosted" (TRIPLE-vaxxed? Triple-jabbed? ) people testing positive. Many such cases.

Surely the fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth,.... jab will do the trick....

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Posted in: Japan seeing signs of coronavirus resurgence, warns Kishida See in context

Certainly couldn't be related to spring break....

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Posted in: House votes to decriminalize marijuana, but Senate fate dim See in context

dagon, those who were arrested and convicted of criminal offenses related to alcohol did not have their sentences reversed nor their records expunged after the 21st Ammendment was ratified. And the repeal of Alcohol Prohibition did not affect every jurisdiction immediately. There are still quite a few jurisdictions that are "dry".

But a crucial distinction between alcohol and marijuana usage is that alcohol has a long history of common acceptance and consumption in many cultures whereas marijuana has less acceptance.

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Posted in: House votes to decriminalize marijuana, but Senate fate dim See in context

I agree with Desert Tortoise.

It should never have been criminalized to begin with, but as with Alcohol Prohibition, that only served to create a massive black market operated by thugs, then and now.

To make matters much worse is the current Resident's maladministration of literally every single thing. The lunatics are running the asylum.

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Posted in: Will Smith resigns from film academy over Chris Rock slap See in context

In a way, I feel a little bit sorry for Will Smith. With the "Slap Heard 'Round The World" he likely just ended his career, all because of his poor reaction to a joke, something that celebrities often used to take in stride at celebrity roasts. Chris Rock's joke was nothing compared to many other jokes that have been made at the expense of celebrities.

But, in this current "trivially offended" culture, such anthills are made to be mountains.

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Posted in: Taliban ban Afghan women from flying without male relative See in context

Return to the Dark Ages / Ottoman Empire.

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