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Posted in: Rocker Ozzy Osbourne announces Parkinson's diagnosis See in context

Rock on, Ozzy!

And he's still a far better, more eloquent speaker than the "Speaker" Nance.

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Posted in: 'Hostage justice?' Japan fights back with an internet FAQ See in context

And the MOiJ proves that they are utterly BARBARIC and have no shame.

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Posted in: U.S. Senate approves Trump impeachment trial plan, rejects Democrats on documents, witnesses See in context

The impeachment sham fails on its face for not meeting the constitutional requirements. Neither article forwarded refers to any crime whatsoever. It's a dem circus, but now it's going to come to an appropriately short dead end.


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Posted in: Nearly half billion people lack decent jobs: U.N. See in context

In many corporate operations, due to labor-cost reductions, many eager workers are prevented from working more as they desire. Leading "Eikaiwa" included.

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Posted in: Rainstorms douse bushfires across eastern Australia See in context

"The unprecedented fires, fuelled by climate change and..."

Certainly, it has nothing to do with prohibitions against clearing underbrush under threat of heavy fines and a number of activists that have been arrested for arson. Let it rain. Mother Nature has a way about her.

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Posted in: Environment minister Koizumi to take 2 weeks paternity leave See in context

How generous of him to give himself a two-week paid holiday at the taxpayers' expense!

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Posted in: Philippine volcano spews lava, ash for 3rd day, 30,000 flee See in context

"Wildfires in Australia, a new plague outbreak in China, Venice literally sinking, Puerto Rico being hit by another massive earthquake, and now a volcano eruption in the Philippines? It's only been 14 days into 2020 and it sounds like we're already being whooped."

Rubbish. Totally unrelated in any way other than the calendar.

In a vulcanism light, the Ring of Fire, as it is known, may or may not be entering a phase of increased activity. Let's hope not.

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Posted in: Soaring SUV sales keep carmakers on collision course with climate policy See in context

Mr Market is led by CONSUMER demand, regardless of the PC/ECO-NAZI agitation. Where I live, luxury sedans(gas guzzlers) and SUVs are the most popular and what I drive as well.

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Posted in: Soaring SUV sales keep carmakers on collision course with climate policy See in context

SUVs are popular because they are USEFUL, hence the name SPORT-UTILITY Vehicle. The auto market, like any other market is led by CONSUMER demand, not eco+Nazi activism.

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Posted in: Visually impaired man hit and killed by train after falling off platform See in context

It's very sad that this completely avoidable accident happened. Why didn't a station staffer assist him like with wheelchair-bound travelers?

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Posted in: Prosecutors raid Tokyo office of Ghosn's Japanese lawyer See in context

My next vehicle purchase certainly won't be a Nissan.

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Posted in: Ghosn's wife says she wasn't in the loop about his escape See in context

Ghosn is a REFUGEE, an ASYLUM SEEKER from the hostage "justice" system. Shame on the J-prosecutors and Nissan co-conspirators.

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Posted in: Stampede kills 56 at funeral for Iranian general slain by U.S. See in context

It's ironic that more died in the funeral procession than in the actual targeted elimination of the terrorist coordinator.



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Posted in: Ghosn's escape breaks up legal 'dream team' See in context

The guilty verdict was predetermined even before Ghosn was lured into coming to Japan for a supposed meeting that was never actually meant to be held. It was simply an entrapment ruse, and Kelly was by-catch. No justice in the modern sense whatsoever. Medieval skullduggery.

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Posted in: Ghosn says he will reveal names of Japan gov't officials behind his arrest See in context

Name and shame the dirt bags!

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Posted in: Arrest warrant issued in Japan for Ghosn's wife See in context

She's already in Lebanon where Japan has no reach. Step by step Japan prosecution makes a mockery of any judicial fairness. What a farce!

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Posted in: Japanese lawmaker admits accepting ¥1 mil from Chinese gambling operator See in context

Here's a REAL crime! Why hasn't he been arrested, I wonder?!

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Posted in: Iraq wants foreign troops out after air strike; Trump threatens sanctions See in context

Oh, listen to the selective outrage. Those crying foul today lauded the elimination of Bin Laden under the direction of the previous white house occupant.

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Posted in: Trump returns to Washington to face a pair of challenges See in context

Patraeus seems to have quite a different perspective than the agitated left-minions :


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Posted in: Do you think Carlos Ghosn did the right thing by fleeing from Japan while out on bail? See in context

Rich or poor, the FACT is that he has been very UNJUSTLY treated. Zero presumption of innocence. 100% railroaded.

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Posted in: Japan calls Ghosn's escape 'unjustifiable' in first official comments See in context

The government turns a blind eye to horrible HOSTAGE (in)justice system which is why Ghosn HAD TO flee.

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Posted in: Ghosn's escape prompts talk of more curbs in Japan's strict justice system See in context

The hostage "justice" system is true villain in the story.

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Posted in: Lebanon receives Interpol red notice for ex-Nissan boss Ghosn See in context

Just a reminder about Interpol Red notices: a certain high-profile movie producer who fled near-certain incarceration for pedophile crimes in 1977 has been under an Interpol Red notice for very many years and still lives freely in France and his native Poland though the United States has been trying to get him since 1978.

So, don't expect a detention of Ghosn anytime soon or even ever.

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Posted in: Man arrested after keeping dead mother’s body at home for 2 years See in context

I wonder how many folks have yet had to deal with the exorbitant costs of funerary procedures in Japan. I've personally had to spend a sizeable chunk in the last couple of years. As for this individual, I won't judge.

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Posted in: Ghosn's escape leaves Japan red-faced See in context

The GOOD news is that he can now be properly reunited with his spouse after having been inhumanely prohibited by the Medieval INjustice system.

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Posted in: Emperor hopes 2020 will be disaster-free year See in context

I would also like to hope for a year with neither natural nor man-made disasters, but reality is that there WILL BE natural disasters. Humans being human guarantee man-made disasters such as aircraft crashes.

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Posted in: Japan-U.S. trade deal to enter into force Wednesday See in context


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Posted in: Japan ushers in 2020 See in context

Happy New Year! 2020! Cheers to the free and the brave!

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Posted in: Ghosn's escape leaves Japan red-faced See in context

Japanese GOVERNMENT is red-faced, not the people, though they ARE embarrassed by the shameful handling of Ghosn.

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Posted in: Ghosn's lawyer says he is stunned his client left country See in context

As for his attorneys, he seems to have protected them by keeping them in the dark about his plans to reach SANCTUARY.

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