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Posted in: N Korea fires suspected long-range missile designed to hit mainland U.S. See in context

The best solution would be for the super power to be the bigger man and stop the war games around the coast, stop the flights from Guam and stop the regime change rhetoric. This would help peace and stability but wouldn't help in encouraging Japan to spend more billions on US arms which is a major goal.

Do you ever wonder why your posts are so ratioed? Maybe bad takes mixed with outright lies are transparently wrong-headed.

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Posted in: Halloween revelers fill Shibuya with security tight after Seoul disaster See in context

just one question-what is all of this "celebration" about?

sorry I dont get it...

You’re literally posting this on the internet, from the comfort and ease of a super computer in the palm of your hand with answers to almost any question on earth or in history available to you in a matter of milliseconds.

But we get it. Googling “Halloween celebration history” or “History of Halloween celebrations” wouldn’t allow you to register your jealous indignation for all to see.

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Posted in: Japan to expel Russia consul as ties worsen over Ukraine See in context

Ukraine had been attacking the Donbass for the last 8 years with the loss of more than 14,000 peopl's lives. Putin has finally put a stop to it.

> yup, and now he’s got many times that number in Russian combat casualties. Bra.Vo.

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Posted in: Ceremony and controversy await Harris during visit to Asia See in context

It's like church, where if you don't fall in line, people give you the side eye. If you don't tell a soldier you thank them for their service in America, you may as well be a traitor in that person's eyes.

It's a really weird part of American culture.

That’s…just utter nonsense. I’ve never once “thanked a solider” and I’m friends or acquaintances with half a dozen of them. Most do not care for the attention.

I’m going to go out on a limb here and guess your exposure to “American culture” begins and ends with YouTube.

And yes, you’ll probably get that dreaded “side eye” that follows whenever you voice a silly contradictory opinion based on nothing.

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Posted in: Ceremony and controversy await Harris during visit to Asia See in context

Sorry, but, Americans, whether they can admit it to themselves or not, live in a warrior nation of uncertain principles. The very fact that they greet soldiers with "thank you for your service" is militaristic and a sign of extreme nationalism

Oh my! You don’t say? THANKING someone for electing to serve in an entirely volunteer armed forces?! That EXTREME nationalism! Why, at that point you’re just a hop, skip, and a jump from The Triumph of the Will!

AND a bird of prey as the national animal?! I can almost hear the Imperial March playing as I type this!

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Posted in: Biden rebukes Putin after Russian reservists called up for war See in context

Numan ,I generalize about American, because I live in America,all my life and I generally know the psychological thinking of an American

If what you’re saying is true, which everyone knows it’s not, but if it were, I hope you go to every teacher you’ve had and get a formal, written apology for failing you to such a degree.

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Posted in: Japan must not obscure stance on Taiwan issue: China's Wang See in context

Nobody cares or wants to be wherever the CCP decides China’s Wang should be inserted. Go away, China.

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