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Posted in: Japan ruling party seeks big defense budget rise amid China threat See in context

If China is really such a Military Threat, then cut Economic Ties with it. Why should Japanese Companies be allowed to make profits by doing business with China while Japanese Taxpayers have their monies spent on weapons to defend Japan against China.

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Posted in: Taiwan reports largest incursion yet by Chinese air force See in context

The U.S. Military had bases in Taiwan until 1979 when they removed them to appease China. The U.S. and Japan both sold out Taiwan 50 years ago, leaders of both the U.S. and Japan rushed to China to have their pictures taken with Chairman Mao. You can mostly thank the U.S. and Japan for China becoming an Economic and Military power.

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Posted in: Police report record number of cannabis offenders in 2020 See in context

It is great is to walk around Amsterdam or Vancouver, Canada with a few grams in your pocket while toking on a vape pen. Free God's Holy Herb!!!

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Posted in: After Amazon: Labor tries to regroup in wake of Alabama loss See in context

Amazon is not an example of the Free Market System but is an example of the Greedy Capitalism that is destroying the United States. Jeff Bezos does not like the Free Market, he doesn't want competition and has destroyed thousands of small businesses. Bezos spent millions of dollars fighting the union when he should have been spending that money on improving the working conditions of his overworked and underpaid workers. Amazon is an Evil Empire and Jeff Bezos is an Evil Person who has no soul or conscious.

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Posted in: Japan to work closely with U.S., S Korea to deal with N Korea See in context

South Korea on it's own could defeat North Korea in a conventional war, it is the nuclear weapons that gives NK any type of military advantage. The UN Command Headquarters is at Camp Humphreys in South Korea and is headed by a U.S. Army General. The UN Command-Rear is at Yokota Japan and is headed by a Group Captain of the Royal Australian Air Force, there are a total of 7 U.S. Bases in Japan that are designated as UN facilities but they are subordinate to the UN Command in SK. There is already an agreement in place to use U.S. Military Bases in Japan to support a military conflict on the Korean Peninsula, all the U.N. Command has to do is notify the Japanese Govt. that the agreement is taking place but the agreement is the authority to use the bases and the J-Govt. cannot say nor would they dare to say no. So in case of military conflict on the Korean Peninsula, the country of Japan is important because of the U.S. Military Bases but the Government of Japan is not important.

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Posted in: Quad leaders discuss vaccine production, China See in context

Why don't the leaders of the U.S. Australia and Japan press India on their persecution of religious minorities and their horrible treatment of women? India is considered to be one of the most dangerous places in the world for women. Instead of worrying about China, Modi should be worrying about the millions of Indians who live in absolutely miserable conditions including a very large number of working children.

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Posted in: Okinawan women's civic group chronicles sex crimes by U.S. military See in context

People comparing crimes committed by Japanese citizens to U.S. Military personnel are a little off the mark. Japanese citizens are here by birthright and the U.S. Military is here by a special agreement between the U.S. and Japan. The U.S. Military are here to perform a particular mission and are supposed to be Professional, Highly Trained and Highly Disciplined and should be held more accountable than the average Japanese citizen. If a U.S. soldier is considered to be no different than the average Japanese Citizen, we are in a lot of trouble.

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Posted in: Biden, Democrats prevail as Senate OKs $1.9 tril virus relief bill See in context

Biden promised the voters of Georgia that $2000,00. checks would go out immediately if they elected the two Democratic Senators. The voters of Georgia upheld their part of the deal but Biden did not. $2000,00 became $1,400.00 and immediately became almost 2 months after Biden took office.

Weak and cowardly from Biden that he removed the $15.00 minimum wage from the package. The increase in minimum wage is supported by a large majority of both Democratic and Republican voters. Even Florida voted to raise their minimum wage to $15.00 an hour. The voters elected Joe Biden President and not Joe Manchin, Manchin and a handful of Millionaire Dem. moderates should not be allowed to have veto power over legislation that gives a large portion of the people a living wage for doing their job.

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Posted in: Fly me to the moon: Billionaire Maezawa seeks 8 passengers for lunar trip See in context

A Rich Clown is still a clown!!

Eat the Rich, Its the only thing that they are good for!!


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Posted in: Naomi Watanabe moving to U.S.; switching base of operations to outside Japan See in context

Good luck Naomi!! Always thought she had more talent than the average talentless talent in Japan. Her singing and dancing is not that bad.

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Posted in: U.S. sanctions Russian officials over nerve-agent attack on Navalny See in context

The only thing missing is that there were no Syrian White Helmets taking videos and photos of the poisoning.

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Posted in: U.S. sanctions Russian officials over nerve-agent attack on Navalny See in context

So this guy is poisoned with one of the most deadliest nerve agents in the world but makes a full recovery and looks like he has never been sick a day in his life. You would think with a nerve agent that powerful, there would be some visible effects from the poisoning.

Several years ago a father and daughter were poisoned with the same nerve agent but they also made miraculous recoveries. Looks like Russia should outsource their dissident killings to Saudi Arabia. The Saudis never fail and they also never get punished.

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Posted in: 2 American men wanted for aiding Ghosn's escape arrive in Japan See in context

Those wimpy Japanese prosecutors will probably have to change their underwear 2 or 3 times a day while interrogating these guys. These 2 guys have been in a lot of real life or death situations and the father is highly trained in interrogation and torture techniques.

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Posted in: Republican calls grow for U.S. to boycott 2022 Olympics in China See in context

I guess Nikki doesn‘t have a problem with the United States supporting genocide in Yemen or her good friend Modi's persecution of Muslims in India.

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Posted in: Syria condemns 'cowardly' U.S. air strikes on Iran-backed militias See in context

With war mongers for President, Secretary of State and Secretary of Defense, what did you expect? Both the Democratic and Republican parties are controlled by the Military Industrial Complex.

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Posted in: U.S. implicates Saudi crown prince in journalist Khashoggi's killing See in context

Their support for one of the most brutal and oppressive regimes ever is just one of the many reasons why the United States has no Moral Authority to criticize China, Russia or any other country about human rights.

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Posted in: Activist Malcolm X's family calls to reopen investigation into his murder See in context

J. Edgar Hoover was a vile racist human being! Not only was the FBI involved in the death of brother Malcolm but also in the deaths of Dr. M. L. King and Chairman Fred Hampton of the Black Panther Party.

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Posted in: John Travolta selling $5 mil Maine mansion with 20 bedrooms See in context

How great capitalism is, hundreds of thousands homeless and one rich person with a 20 bedroom house.

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Posted in: Man gets out of taxi on Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge; then jumps to his death See in context

What a loser, not only did he commit suicide but he stiffed the poor taxi driver for the fare!

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Posted in: 12 Japan firms to end business deals involving Uyghur forced labor See in context

How about the persecution and discrimination of Muslim Minorities in India?

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Posted in: 2 arrested in Philippines over killing of 82-year-old Japanese woman See in context

Why would anyone want to retire in the Philippines? A third world country where people would kill their own mother for a few pesos! The people of Japan are paying for the U.S. to defend them and the people of Okinawa are bearing the burden of hosting U.S. bases to defend them.

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Posted in: Libyan interior minister survives attack on motorcade See in context

The destruction of Libya is all on the U.S. and NATO! Thank you Obama and Shrillary Clinton!!

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Posted in: Chinese vessels enter Japan's waters near Senkakus for 2nd straight day See in context

Japan spends all of that money on U.S. Forces in Japan but they wont even help Japan keep Chinese ships out of Japan's territorial waters. If the Senkaku Islands fall under the U.S. Japan Security Agreement then at the least, the U.S. should be doing joint patrols with Japan around those islands. All of those people calling for Japan to take military action against China have to remember that firstly, Japan does not have the cojones to do that and secondly the U.S. would never sanction any action for Japan to take that might drag the U.S. into a war with China.

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Posted in: Criticism keeps swirling over Tokyo Olympic chief's sexist comments See in context

The fact that Mori who was one of the worst Prime Ministers in the history of Japan still wields tremendous political power just shows how messed up Japan's political system is.

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Posted in: Jeff Bezos, Amazon's founder, will step down as CEO See in context

My wish is to see Bezos living in a blue sheet tent on Skid Row in Los Angeles. A horrible man who epitomizes Vulture Capitalism!

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Posted in: S Korea drops description of Japan as 'partner' in defense white paper See in context

Don't know why SK ever said Japan is a military partner in the first place. Japan has nothing to offer SK militarily, SK gets all of the support that it needs from the United States. SK has a more combat ready and capable military than Japan and the politicians in SK most of whom have military experience are definitely more capable than Japanese politicians in leading a country during wartime. The U.S. Military would use its Bases in Japan to support U.S. Forces in SK in a conflict on the Korean Peninsula regardless of what Japan thinks or says so the bottom line is SK does not need Japan when it comes to fighting a war.

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Posted in: Pete Buttigieg becomes first openly gay cabinet secretary confirmed by U.S. Senate See in context

Wall Street Pete's reward for dropping out of the primary race for President and helping Biden to beat Sanders. Just another neo-liberal hack pretending to be a progressive. More neo-liberal identity politics, because he is gay you can‘t question his policies or you will be called homophobic.

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Posted in: Trump hits Cuba with new terrorism sanctions in waning days See in context

Cuba is a state sponsor of terrorism but Saudi Arabia is not. What a joke!!!

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Posted in: Unemployment benefits for millions expire as Trump rages See in context

Both the Democrats and Republicans are to blame because both parties only care about their wealthy donors and both parties have placed politics ahead of the health and welfare of the American people. Instead of servants of the people, both Republican and Democratic politicians are servants of the wealthy and they themselves try to accumulate as much wealth as they can.

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Posted in: Japanese defense official, calling Taiwan red line, urges Biden to be strong See in context

The massive domestic issues that the U.S. have will have to be the priorities for Biden. I do not think that Taiwan is high on the list that the millions of Americans who have lost their jobs, health care and homes because of COVID-19 have for Biden to pay attention to. It has been 75 years since the end of WWII but Japan is still completely dependent on the U.S. for their Foreign and Defense Policy which is kind of like those 40 and 50 year old men who still live with and depend on their parents.

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