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Posted in: McDonald's plans to step up deals, marketing to combat slower fast food traffic See in context

When it gets to the point where your price increases aren't justified by the food you're serving...you have major problems with your business "model". "Deals" are a start, but in the end, there are now much better "deals" outside Mac...for the same price or even lower.

Mac could use a few years in the economic wilderness....but we know that won't happen. Too many willing to pony up no matter how high the price hikes go.

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Posted in: How the weak yen is affecting ordinary households See in context

But but but...Tourism!

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Posted in: U.S. aid could buy Kyiv time, but Ukraine needs many more troops See in context

Ukraine has recently admitted that there are over 800,000 able-bodied Ukrainian males of draftable age sitting in self-imposed exile in the EU alone, and hundreds of thousands more in America, Thailand and other places. More than a million Ukrainian men simply refuse to defend their country, so much so, that Ukraine just had to introduce a ban on consular services for these expatriate draft dodgers.

According to Ukraine's Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba: "How it looks like now: a man of conscription age went abroad, showed his state that he does not care about its survival, and then comes and wants to receive services from this state...If anyone believes that while someone is fighting far away at the frontline and risking his or her life for this state, someone else is staying abroad but receiving services from this state, then this is not how it works. Staying abroad does not relieve a citizen of his or her duties to the Homeland. That is why yesterday I ordered measures to restore fair attitudes toward men of conscription age in Ukraine and abroad. This will be fair..."

We'll see if these million men go back once their visas and passports run out. Many have years left before they have to face such music. When push comes to shove, if an army's worth of Ukrainians will not fight while the Russians will, remind me how this turns out all sunshine and lollipops for Ukraine again?

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Posted in: Big money flows to U.S. charities fueling vaccine misinformation See in context

If you haven't read this man's book, The Real Doctor Fauci, a book that was completely buried and ignored by every single major media outlet in spite of being an international best-seller for months running, you don't know 1/100th of the story of the elite orchestration of "heath" policy, fact-challenged promotion and protection of many dangerous treatments as "fully-tested" or "safe", or the abuse and political manipulation of unnecessary but coercive medical policies being regularly put into place in the US and around the world by an opportunistic, profit-hungry group of greedy grifters and corporations.

In a world where the slightest insult or factual inaccuracy is replied to with legal litigation, not a single entity has successfully challenged anything researched in his book as being false. The people like this propagandist writing this hit-piece above hate this man for pulling back their authoritarian-minded and reckless curtain for all to see. I won't vote for him because he has many other ideas which frankly are either dangerous to individual freedom or just plain dunb, but I respect him for his efforts to warn and inform whomever dares to move beyond the corporate and government sponsored narratives and seek a FACTUAL understanding of how awful Fauci and Co. truly were and are.

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Posted in: Bank of Japan ends negative interest rate policy, opting for its first hike in 17 years See in context

"Plenty of JT contributors (not me) over the years claimed that the BOJ was trapped, unable to raise its rates or otherwise tighten"

Patting yourself on the back when the Bank has moved from "Negative Rates" to "Zero Percent" rates is certainly, at the very least, premature!

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Posted in: TikTok devotees say platform unfairly targeted for U.S. ban See in context

ByteDance Limited (Chinese: 字节跳动; pinyin: Zìjié Tiàodòng) is a Chinese internet technology company headquartered in Beijing, China.

China’s Company Law, enacted in 1993, REQUIRES companies, at Article 19, to establish a CCP Committee “to carry out the activities of the Party,” and further requires companies to “provide the necessary conditions for the Party organizations to carry out their activities."

It's not rocket science. It's right there, written into law. The CCP has a RIGHT to control all Chinese companies to do what it wants them to. BY LAW.

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Posted in: Winnie the Pooh slasher film 'wins' Razzies See in context

Well, "awards" aside, investing $250K into something that earns back 20 times that amount is a pretty decent return.

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Posted in: Macron's Ukraine troop talk shakes up NATO allies See in context

Talk. Macron is real good at...talking.

France, need anyone reminding, is, two years into the Ukraine situation like the rest of NATO, yet STILL NOT contributing 2% of GDP towards its OWN defense, as it's been BOUND by NATO Treaty to do for over a decade now. Europe as a whole now admits that, despite planning and funding for over a year, their own collective economies CANNOT provide even HALF the monthly amounts of shells that they promised to Ukraine, not even by the end of 2024!

France is already free riding on America (Mais oui, bien sur!) and Eastern Europe (all of whom, save Czechia, contribute over 2%, and with good reason next door to their East). THEY are next in line, while France is cushioned by its cordon sanitaire of buffer countries surrounding it. Yet here he is, between stuffing himself with danishes at endless talking-shop meetings, suggesting to volunteer direct human soldier intervention in a non-NATO country conflict?

Talk talk talk, mon tres petit Macaroon. Talk up your fever dreams of putting "boots on the ground", which if it turns out to be like your other Treaty Obligations, will most likely be boots NOT Made In France!

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Posted in: Trump, Biden win Michigan primaries but 'uncommitted' votes demand attention See in context

"Biden is far in the lead now - he won by 11 million votes."

"11 million votes"? LOL. Check your math...or your sources? Or...both!

By the way, pro tip. In presidential elections in the US, the popular vote is NOT how people become President. I'm surprised you're ignorant on this fact.

Still dodging those HISTORICALLY HIGH Gallup Unapproval ratings for Biden, are we? You do that at your own peril...just as you dodge those Democrat-spoiler Third Party candidates getting on state ballots nationwide even as we type!

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Posted in: Trump, Biden win Michigan primaries but 'uncommitted' votes demand attention See in context

According to each set of exit polls from each primary (and caucus) held so far in 2024, they do NOT paint the picture that the Far Left Associated Press wants you to believe. In every election, Trump won Suburban votes, Trump won women and men, and the turnout of the GOP was higher than it had been before.

Interestingly, for Nikki "Warhawk" Haley, the number one supporters of her in Iowa and New Hampshire were...Democrats? Fully 63% and 52% of all her support, respectively, were from the other camp cross-voting to vote for another party. Gee...I wonder why they'd be voting for a Warhawk who stands NO chance, and never has done? These trends have held up in Michigan as well. And let's not get started on Biden's dismal approval ratings (by Gallup, not a conservative org by any stretch of the imagination) now habitually scoring lower than Trump recorded during ANY TIME in his presidency?

Democrats, and Biden in particular, should be extremely worried that Independents RFK, Jr. and Cornel West together are polling at over 20% nationally (which leaves out the socialists in the Green Party, at 3-5%). These numbers don't show up in primaries, but they WILL show up in the general election. How many GOP voters will choose an Ivy League skulking card-carrying Socialist or a Dynast who favors severe, unconstitutional gun restrictions and cutting the military by 60%? Now...how many Democrats fed up with Biden's ineptness, and angered by other issues as well, will? Let's find out!

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Posted in: FX reaches back over 400 years for its next series, adapting hit novel 'Shogun' See in context

WOW! Just can't wait to see Remake/Reboot Number 78,995! I hope it will be better than the last, exact same story I saw before! I wonder if the ending will be 100% predictable, or only 99% predictable this time? Oh, the suspense!

Wash. Rinse. Repeat. BORING!!

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Posted in: What are the most and least attractive hobbies for Japanese men and women? Survey investigates See in context

In sum...both Japanese sexes like extremely...passive...activities in their opposite.

Surprise surprise! /s

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Posted in: Hungary's parliament ratifies Sweden's NATO bid See in context

From NATO: "In 2014, NATO Heads of State and Government agreed to commit 2% of their national Gross Domestic Product (GDP) to defense spending, to help ensure the Alliance's continued military readiness. The 2% of GDP guideline is an important indicator of the political resolve of individual Allies to contribute to NATO’s common defense efforts.

"In 2024, 18 Allies are expected to spend at least 2% of their GDP on defense – a six-fold increase since 2014, when only three Allies met the 2% or more guideline."

Progress? Yes. But note: 18 "allies" out of...31! Fully 42% of the "alliance" members still, in 2024, FAIL to live up to their treaty commitments!

"The nations falling short of the alliance's target in 2023 were France (1.90%), Montenegro (1.87%), North Macedonia (1.87%), Bulgaria (1.84%), Croatia (1.79%), Albania (1.76%), the Netherlands (1.70%), Norway (1.67%), Denmark (1.65%), Czech Republic (1.50%), Portugal (1.48%), Italy (1.46%), Canada (1.38%), Slovenia (1.35%), Turkey (1.31%), Spain (1.26%), Belgium (1.13%) and Luxembourg (0.72%).

Welcome to the "Alliance", Sweden. Now...which type of member will you be? Will you be a Hungary (2.43% of GDP spent on defense, far in EXCESS of the 2%), or will you be a Canada or France (both with trillion plus dollar economies, yet still free-riding in terms of defense commitments on the backs of others' spending)?

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Posted in: 4th Fukushima treated radioactive water release to start Wednesday See in context

"According to TEPCO, no abnormal tritium levels have been detected in nearby waters of the ocean following the three previous discharges." -I couldn't care less what TEPCO has to say about anything. To me, they're highly untrustworthy on their own. They've been shown to be serial liars throughout the entire Fukushima fiasco, and they have just been reprimanded by the government (oh the irony!) for failing to contain and properly report a LEAK of toxin-filled water on the grounds around the premises. Any follow-up to those "leaks", by the way? Or has that, too, been Memory Holed for our "piece of mind"? I want professionals, non-partisans, to be confirming the "facts" TEPCO put out. They're monitoring things, to let's hear from THEM, NOT TEPCO, from now on.

"From the fourth batch, the operator plans to skip a procedure to put treated water, after it is diluted with seawater, inside a large container to confirm the tritium level as a last-minute check before release." -I am angered and puzzled as to why they would "skip" ANY formalized procedure that they've done for the prior three releases. It seems miserly, and not entirely focused on providing the MAXIMUM tests for total security and safety. Of course, this will only enrage the neighbors of Japan unduly, (and we've already discussed why their complaints are completely hypocritical, but still.) Why is TEPCO allowed to start "skipping" this final check, suddenly? "Cost" is NOT an acceptable excuse, not after the horrendous costs they've already cost the people of Japan and their reputation for safety for over a decade and more!

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Posted in: Bradley Cooper laments lack of public awareness of Leonard Bernstein See in context

Personally, I have found that "These Radical Chic Evenings" by Tom Wolfe was and still remains the best expose of the preening social fraud that Mr. Bernstein and his ilk were throughout their lives. It still rings true to this day, and cuts WAY closer to the bone than any Bradley Cooper exercise in abject celluloid sycophancy.

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Posted in: Hamas weighs Gaza truce as deadly fighting nears fifth month See in context

First Hamas apologists tried to claim that there was no rape or torture of any civilians in their massacre last October. This turned out to be a lie.

Then Hamas apologists tried to claim that they had received no support from outsider organizations. That turned out to be a lie, too.

Then Hamas apologists claimed that the IDF had struck the Gaza City hospital, not Hamas-linked Islamist militias and their own dumb rockets. That was also a lie.

Then the Hamas apologists claimed that there was "no evidence" of Hamas using that very same hospital, or others like it, or playgrounds, schools and other civilian infrastructure as cover for their terror and tunnels. Guess what? LIE.

Then, Hamas apologists claimed that the UN and it's 95% Palestinian Arab-staffed UNRWA were "impartial" and only interested in "helping". When provided evidence that not only have those Arabs in UNRWA been brainwashing schoolchildren into Islamic hatred for Jews for YEARS, but that many in the org had celebrated, CELEBRATED. the massacre, while some had actually PARTICIPATED in it. They were, again, proven to be Taquiyya-practicing LIARS.

Then, Hamas apologists claimed that "from the river to the sea, Palestine shall be free" had "nothing" to do with the eradication of ALL Jewish settlement in Israel, a promise STILL EXPLICITLY MAINTAINED IN HAMAS' VERY OWN FOUNDING CHARTER. Never to be amended. Of course, we know that the Hamas-supporters were seeking to obfuscate the Truth! As ever!

Your record is truth-telling is far from convincing, and I have to ask you all: why SHOULD ANYONE believe even a word that you say, given your non-stop and SERIAL MISINFORMATION AND OUTRIGHT FALSEHOODS?

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Posted in: Will an earlier Oscars broadcast attract more viewers? ABC plans to try the 7 p.m. slot in 2024 See in context

Inquiring minds want to know: Are Oscars #Still So White?? lol.

lol! With the pure drek they're pumping out lately, why would anyone want to inflict on themselves the over three hours of virtue-signalling and back-patting awards ceremonies specifically created not for the audience, but FOR the CREATORS of said drek content, anyway??

But if it's your cup of tea, then by all means, enjoy your masochism. As the audience thins even further...

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Posted in: Japan, U.S., others vow to triple global nuclear energy by 2050 See in context

Finally. Sanity is coming to the fore. Even if the (oil-produced t-shirt wearing, oil-produced green hair-dye sporting, oil-produced sneakers stomping) Greenies shake their fists and scream ever louder. Release even more cans of soup on even more priceless artworks in rage! (delivered to their doorsteps by oil)

Right now, in the world, NOW, over two thousand five hundred MILLIONS of people survive the cold and heat their food with...wood or animal dung. When measured by Joules of energy, perhaps the LEAST EFFICIENT, and environmentally MOST DETRIMENTAL, way in which they could do these activities. But what do the plane-hopping, protest-fetishizing Greenies care? "JUST STOP OIL! ZERO EMISSIONS!!" But also, stupidly contradictory: "NO NUKES!!" Smh.

It would actually IMPROVE the environment to give these people coal to cook and heat with, believe it or not. As it would IMPROVE the environment to give coal burning countries down on the development scale (along with hypocritical Germany, who've broken new records for awful brown coal consumption after climbing out of bed with gas-rich Russia over Ukraine) natural gas conversion plants and then nuclear power plants to replace that coal with. There is an energy ladder here, but the Greenies don't care about the literal BILLIONS of people stuck at the bottom, stripping forests and burning high-carbon content fires for their livelihood. Do as (super-wealthy) Saint Greta demands you do, or face her shouts of "how DARE you"!

These poor people DESERVE all the energy YOU now flippantly consume without batting an eye. And one way or another, they're going to make moves to get it. YOU can go back to the forests (you certainly will NOT! lol), but WE know that the best way to improve the environment is to LIFT these people out of their energy poverty as quickly as possible. And that's NOT through "EVs" or totally environmentally unfriendly "Green tech" manufacturing. It's through nuclear power, the safest (by far, people), cheapest and least carbon intensive fuel known to man, and let the Greenies' myopic, selfish, self-indulgent and simply ignorant worldviews be dammed.

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Posted in: Tokyo to call governor election on July 7 with incumbent Koike in focus See in context

"Did Koike actually graduate from Cairo University top of her class as she claims or is she just faking her academic credentials?" Do you NOT know how to do a simple internet search? lol. Good grief.

"...stopped the longstanding annual practice of making a statement of remorse..." Oh dear. Top Issue of Tokyo: continuing the Apology Tour for the, what, 100th year? Your Apology Tours are never ending, when perhaps there is a limit. Though I never see "progressives" doing any apologizing for their own horrendous historical crimes. Hmm...

Everyone pretends that Tokyo is so "progressive", yet the most progressive candidate, former failed "actor" and perennial failed candidate Tarou Yamamoto (MMT, UBI, abolish sales tax, pie-in-the-sky promises yada yada), couldn't scrape together even 670,000 votes, compared to "right wing revisionist" (lol) Koike's 3,650,000! Maybe Tokyo isn't all that "progressive" after all, especially when given the ample evidence of the "progressives" being the true authoritarian-minded ones during the COVID scaremongering? By comparison, the "right wing revisionists" (lol) were tame and far less totalitarian and coercive-minded in their approach.

Perhaps it's "progressives" who need to start their own Apology Tours??

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Posted in: Vice minister's exit deals further blow to Kishida's leadership See in context

Vice minister's exit deals further blow to Kishida's leadership...

Does it? lol. Really? The Media sez...

Look at the "sources" for this sophomoric Hit Piece: "Pundits say..." "Analysts say..." "...say some pundits."

And to those crowing about Kishida being "below 30%" lol. My question to you is: what's the support level for the Opposition? (At least 10% lower) I'd like to hear how many people can even name the leader of the main opposition policy, or a single thing he's done to deserve support?

Kishida and the LDP/Komeito/Ishin (in Osaka) handily win the next election. The Opposition embarrasses itself for the umpteenth time. It's baked into the electoral system! Sorry to add a dash of reality to your Kyodo Spin...

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Posted in: Some 99% of visitors to a recent seafood promotion event in Tokyo said they intend to buy fish caught off the Fukushima Prefecture coast, even after the discharge of treated water from the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant. What do you think of that? See in context

"...visitors to a recent seafood promotion event in Tokyo said they intend to buy fish..."

Imagine my shock. Totally not what was expected at a...(checks notes)...a "seafood PROMOTION event".


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Posted in: Japan 'on standby' to take all possible steps amid yen decline See in context

Japan can choose one, and only one option: it can either choose to save its bond markets, and thus its ability to finance deficit spending as its spending requirements begin to explode, or it can choose to save its currency.

Japan will choose the former. "Interventions" in the currency markets will have diminishing returns. See: JPY @ 151 plus to USD 1. And rising...

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Posted in: Putin blames West, Ukraine, after mob storms Russian airport to 'catch' Jews See in context

This is troubling. As if Putin wanted yet another reason for foreign air travel to completely avoid all of Russia.

The "Russian" part of the Russian population is collapsing at a record rate, while the Muslim section of the population is exploding, as it is everywhere else in the world. This does have tremendous demographic implications for Russia, and for many other places as well.

Notice, though, how the exact same posters who are unwilling to condemn Hamas' atrocious terrorist actions in the Middle East, also seem content to put the blame for this sectarian attempt at violence against non-members of their sect on someone else's shoulders as well? They seem intent on ignoring the true source of such sectarian rage, no matter where in the world it occurs...another troubling detail...always, always "someone else's fault"?

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Posted in: McDonald's pumps brakes on prices as U.S. traffic falls slightly, but Q3 sales beat expectations See in context

Prices have JUMPED from (using the cheapest burger on the menu) 100 yen for a "hamburger" to now 170 yen, in less than three years. (I know the article is referring to US prices)

It's the exact same thin and tiny burger. But is it now worth paying 70% more for?

Some people think it is. Or unthinkingly think it is, I should say, since fast food's not really an area of the economy known for deep thoughts, lol. Good for them. I think 650 yen for a Big Mac Set or 200 yen for a single cheeseburger is not good value for my money. There are plenty of better, even tastier other options thankfully.

One main excuse for overindulging in fast food is that it's "cheap". Well, it's not cheap anymore.

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Posted in: Outside of families, few relationships are as intense as those between sports teams and their fans. Do you agree and if so, why is that? See in context

lol. Your answer is IN your question!

"...sports teams and their fans..." FAN. As in an abbreviated form of the term...FAN-ATIC.

Fanatic: 1) A person marked or motivated by an extreme, unreasoning enthusiasm, as for a cause, often with religious overtones.

To call someone a "fan(atic)" is to admit that their affection is crazy and irrational. It's right there, baked into your own unthinkingly-used terminology, for crying out loud! lol.

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Posted in: U.S. military bulk buys Japanese seafood to counter China ban See in context

People here are (purposely) missing the point. Every little bit helps. China's a bully - they think they can turn off their market...and that will change anything?

In fact, FDI (foreign direct investment) in China this year is...NEGATIVE. For the second year running. Meaning more outside investors of all stripes are pulling out of the Pooh's Dictatorship of China (PDC) than are putting in. That's BAD news for the PDC.

Remember how China tried to destroy Australian wineries, or Taiwan pineapple producers, in what was a form of economic warfare? In both cases, China failed miserably, thanks to the bit-by-bit contributions from non-Chinese allies helping to make up the difference as much as possible. That's what "being allies" means!

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Posted in: The mayor of Tokyo's Shibuya Ward has asked Halloween revelers not to come to the scramble crossing and its vicinity. Do you think most people will heed his request and crowds will be much less than pre-corona years? See in context

This "mayor"'s first press conference was in front of...the FOREIGN correspondents' press club.

He then went on to give interviews to...Reuters. AP. The AFP. ALL foreign-based, foreign-language media.

Yet, 98% of the incidents in Shibuya during Halloween are committed by...not foreigners.

It's a JAPANESE problem. But once again, the "leaders" in Japan love to look for "others" to blame.

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Posted in: Russia says it shot down 36 Ukrainian drones as fighting grinds on in Ukraine’s east See in context

It IS getting harder and harder for regular people to discover the true situation in Ukraine. One has to piece together little tidbits of truth hidden in a barrage of "feel good" upbeat Rah-Rah Ukraine reporting. But it's there. For example:

"When both sides' gains are added up, Russia now controls nearly 200 square miles MORE territory in Ukraine than at the start of this year." - New York Times, Sept 30, 2023

Some "counteroffensive"...where you "win" by LOSING territory?


From NY Times in mid-August 2023, also reported in Ukraine Pravda, pro-Ukraine media source: "According to US estimates, the total number of Russian losses is 300,000, of which 120,000 are killed and 170,000-180,000 are wounded. According to the same calculations, Ukraine’s casualties amount to about 70,000 soldiers killed and 100,000-120,000 wounded."

Do the math: Ukraine: 70,000 killed out of a total of 200,000 "active" in the Ukrainian Ground Forces (or 35% of all serving in the ground army at its peak numbers) Ukraine's population is 33,200,000 (so 1 killed for every 474 citizens)

Russia: 120,000 killed out of a total 550,000 "active" in the Russian Ground Forces (21.81% out of all serving in the ground army at its peak numbers) Russian population is 187,182,000 (so 1 killed for every 1559 citizens).

Big difference! Ukraine is running out of soldiers. Russia is not, not even close. Ukrainian Pravda also states: "In addition, despite significant Russian losses, the country has a total of 1.33 million conscripts, while Ukraine has about 500,000, almost three times less, the US reports."

Meanwhile in Russia: "Defense spending in 2024 will almost double compared to this year. While that is less than the 12–17% of GDP that the Soviet Union was spending on defense at the height of the Cold War, it is comparable to U.S. military expenditure in the 1980s. The current peak in spending has its origins in 2011, when the Kremlin embarked on a nine-year rearmament program worth about 20 trillion rubles."


So much for "starving" the Russian economy though sanctions. Will the West also "double" the massive sums already lavished on support for Ukraine's failing "counteroffensives"? It's safe to say, we've seen the peak of outside funding and the results have been...minuscule to negative. Ukraine is broke by itself. And Winter Is Coming.

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Posted in: Former PM Kan won't run in next general election See in context

"Kan was a good guy by Japanese politician standards." lol. More drivel from the "opposition good no matter what" crowd.

Kan lied to the world's face for days about a meltdown at Fukushima which half of Japan had seen with their own eyes recorded on TV. He finally admitted to it, so yeah, "good guy" I guess? Kan guaranteed that no one at TEPCO would face any music, and tried to force all of Kanto to endure freezing rolling blackouts...while precious Tokyo basked in heat and light.

He was inept, and his party was inept. Nothing has changed since. Inheriting the PM seat not through national elections, but after the previous weak-kneed Hashimoto (nicknamed "soft-cream" for a reason) made outlandishly unachievable promises at the UN and to Okinawa and decided to resign in disgrace rather than even try to provide a roadmap to fulfill his fantasies.

That Kan lasted barely more than a year as PM before again tossing power to another non-nationally-chosen "opposition"non-entity says all that one needs to know about "good guy" Kan's record, lol. Good riddance to the whole lot of superannuated power-clingers, one and all! They're all well past their due dates, Kan included!

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Posted in: Anger, sorrow as Indigenous Australians weigh referendum defeat See in context

In a country where voting is required, to have 60% plus of the population, and every state in the nation, vote resoundingly NO to this rash, divisive, and poorly-thought out change to the constitution seems like a resounding VOICE not of "sorrow", but of unity and unison, no?

Funny how the spin is always, always, on the "left" foot, isn't it? Gee, I wonder why? It wouldn't be the "media" pushing narratives, or instructing the country how they must vote, feel, or react, would it? Nah...lol.

Well done, Australia. "Reconciliation" does NOT need to be rammed down all and sundry's throats by the legal compulsion.

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