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Posted in: Noda questioned in Diet over his vague statements on TPP See in context

Rice is not a sensitive topic in Japan. The secret to good rice is clean water, not which corporation markets which brand of suihanki. TPP is not a sensitive topic, its what the salaryman wants and the farmer doesn't. Noda is a salaryman, not a farmer, so the future will be farmer uprisings, just like in America, Europe, and ME. It doesn't matter how many militant police the Japanese salarymen deploy, they are still 'yes men' who say 'hai' all the time, just like their fellow salarymen. The farmers know hardship, despite what the salarypeople say. And the farmers are allies with farmers in every other country. TPP is just the beginning of the end of the terror guys in suits market so that they can keep their fingernails clean, and buy high heels for short and fat girls so that they can pretend that they are not pigs in pretty outfits.

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Posted in: Morale boost See in context

One hour.

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Posted in: Obama defends U.S. military action in Libya See in context

There is at least one person in Libya that doesn't like Gadhafi, but I bet you most support him, and all don't want Obama uranium bombing their houses. The problem the whole world faces is that we are all going to die someday, but have no idea what happens that day, and therefore have to make the long hard decision on how to go out, like a Religious person, or like an Atheist, and suffer the consequences both in this world now, as well as after. There is no other bottom line.

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Posted in: Crimes soar among Japan's senior citizens See in context

Is it a crime to do drugs? Why?

I know a lot of old men who have labored all their lives and literally only drink and gamble. They have nothing else. Are they criminals? They work all day, all week, all year, all of their lives for their country, for peanuts, and are so depressed and lost, all they do is drink and gamble. Its a crime to be filthy rich at the cost of innocent, hard working people. The Emperor of Japan is a criminal mastermind. Filthy rich, healthcare for high blood pressure, but if you are an old man, you lose your job because of it. Fire the Emperor. Forget about criminal 'senior citizens', get your head together. This is an 'international' newspaper. What are you doing to us?

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Posted in: 150 years of dieting fads and still no quick fix See in context

Its easy. Just dont eat. Humans dont need three meals a day. If you are fat, ten feel the pressure befote you complain about anything else.

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Posted in: Taking it easy See in context

According to the Torah, Bible, and Quran, if we can't do anything to help him, we are supposed to at the very least pray for him. Helping a homeless person is akin to helping God, and not helping is akin to going against God. That's why there is a Day of Judgement, to thresh out the chaff from the wheat.

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Posted in: Ahmadinejad taunts Israel from border with Lebanon See in context

Maybe Ahmadinejad will come and round you guys up too, a bunch of first worlders who do nothing about anything except for themselves. There are billions of us who will probably be supporting him too. Watch us, while you do nothing as usual.

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Posted in: Japan looking to sell 'smart' cities to the world See in context

How about "--- determines climate changes, weather, natural disasters", while those who are unaware fret, go in circles, and become overly paranoid about things they have been psychologically programmed to aAccept, like being monkeys. Bowing to "Mother Earth" is for monkeys.

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Posted in: Model's documentary exposes fashion's darker side See in context

The article she wanted to whistleblow is right here. Except that probably noone on this site seems to care. The implications on if we were immortal are kind of big though.

Google "androgyny-the-weaponisation-of-gender.html"

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Posted in: Model's documentary exposes fashion's darker side See in context

Politics is one of the most dangerous domains to mingle in (Illuminati), there are many unreported events they want people to remain ignorant about. Media would be the other place they would want to control, but given the state of most people on this site, there's no need. I could recommend escaping to Islam, but people are more afraid of Islam than they are of corrupt politicians and powerful businessmen. They want you to think you came from monkies. Peace.

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Posted in: Obama says 'I don't quit' as he makes job growth top priority See in context

I'm sorry, why is he talking about quitting? Maybe he should. Especially the ones controlling him. It would be better on his ratings.

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Posted in: Iran derides Obama's 'cowboy' nuclear stance See in context

Ahmadinejad managed to "pull it off", because Ahmadinejad is doing the "Right Thing", where ironically, Obama only talks about it, and does otherwise.

That's the problem with American leadership, capitalism, democracy, employment (now at 40% of all Americans not working because 60% will fire their friends just to keep the lifestyle they love while billions around the world live in poverty and American military, political, psychological oppression)

We should be expressing disgust with ourselves, our excesses, our ignorance, our selfishness, not something we are ignorant of.

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Posted in: Obama says 'I don't quit' as he makes job growth top priority See in context

I wonder how many people have died because of his decisions. I wonder if his decisions are going to eventually kill me. Westerners have really proven themselves to be useless. God help us.

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Posted in: Iran says it is prepared to crush any military threat See in context

That's because Iran is Shia Islam, one of the most oppressed religions in the history of mankind. Sunni Islam is teaming up with the West to wipe it off the face of the planet.

What did True Shia Islam ever do wrong to anybody, is like saying what did Jesus ever do wrong to anyone, is like saying what did true Jews (Not the ones exterminating Palestians like it is Holocaust part II) do to anyone, is like saying, what did Ghandi ever do wrong to anyone.

The end of history will be the uncovering of every truth, including the very thoughts inside your head.

Anyone with any understanding of this reality would tread very carefully, however, most of us are already completely lost, it is mind boggling.

The very people touting "think outside the box", "innocent until proven guilty", "due dilligence", and "good character", are the very ones who have forgotten what all of this means.

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Posted in: Iran says it is prepared to crush any military threat See in context

Does it take 1 trillion dollars of borrowed money to crush an enemy, or does borrowing trillions of dollars crush an economy?

I have a joke for you guys:

In Iran, I would estimate that at least 80% of the lightbulbs have already been converted to energy efficient or fluorescent systems. And I would estimate that in the United States, Canada, and Japan, that this percentage is at least less than 50%, just to be conservative.

So how many Americans, Canadians, and Japanese does it take to change a lightbulb?

But in all seriousness, think carefully before you act, Iran has been doing this for more than 1400 years. And I believe it is more concerned about your well being than it is on being attacked or going nuclear, these are the fundamentals of any religion.

Ironic then that the whole world has become so backwards.

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Posted in: Obama warns Iran to 'come clean' on nukes See in context

Then bring it on "Grafton".

I happen to have moved to Iran recently on the prediction that non-religious "nutters" as your self would think that this would be a great solution. I'd rather die along with my Iranian, Afghan, Tajikistani, Iraqi, Senegal, and Nigerian friends (who somehow manage to happily, healthfully, peacfully get by on less than $100 a month), and the other remaining 70 million everyday people in Iran, than to take the side of a filthy rich, selfish, shameless, and consequently clueless, society that you live in.

See you on the other side Grafton, I hope your not serious, but am not surprised that there are many who think just like you. May God have mercy on you.

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Posted in: Obama warns Iran to 'come clean' on nukes See in context

There are no Ahmadinejad Fans on this site because, they don't use this site. Try asking yourself why. Think enlightenment.

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Posted in: Obama's missile shield approach aimed at squeezing Iran, reassuring Israel See in context

Shame on the West.

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Posted in: Obama's missile shield approach aimed at squeezing Iran, reassuring Israel See in context

So Obama is no different from Bush, and the West (Including Israel) is still interested in "squeezing" Iran, even though Iran has never been an aggressor country throughout its Islamic history.

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Posted in: Gates: More U.S. troops could head to Afghanistan See in context

Gates:“A dollar for something we don’t need is a dollar taken away from something we do need,”

Maybe we need to feed Gates to the starving kids in Africa, and hire the unemployed to get this done.

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Posted in: Man arrested for umbrella attacks in Shinjuku See in context

You intervene by speaking, I've done it a few times, simple, and it works.

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Posted in: Rising debt may be next crisis See in context

Real unemployment is reaching 20%, Obama has done nothing to help even though he constantly touted mainstreet, and he has abandoned California. The income gap has probably widened even further. And he's given trillions to the very companies that created this mess.

For some reason he is enjoying flying around the globe talking about wars with other poor countries, and making up excuses why they are a threat, so the US can deal "defensive" weapons to countries like Japan.

Its not the end of an empire, it is more like the rise of the imperial army, except noone can see this.

Here's what the imperial army did to Afghanistan as it did to Vietnam:

http://rethinkafghanistan.com/?utm_source=rgemail

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Posted in: Yukiya Amano and the coming nuclear duel between Iran and the West See in context

Thanks Scooby, I agree. Of course Australians have manta rays, while the US is prone to shooting itself in the head at times as well.

Nuclear energy is the contentious issue, its still unfair that wealthy countries can benefit from nuclear energy but poorer ones can't.

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Posted in: Yukiya Amano and the coming nuclear duel between Iran and the West See in context

I hope he considers that it is mostly wealthy countries that hold nuclear weapons, and that it does put all other poorer countries at an increasing disadvantage, particularly in terms of the use of nuclear energy.

The income gap has not only widened within all of our own countries as Sweden, US, Japan, etc, but also between rich and poor countries. My concern is the rights of the little guy, of which I would argue is the main reason why North Korea is so defiant.

Suspected Total Nuclear Weapons United States 10,500 Russia 10,000 France 464 China 410 Israel 200 United Kingdom 185 India 60 Pakistan 15-25

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Posted in: Manga mania See in context

Maybe Aso could give tips on Manga escapism, in a time when the global economy slips into recession, and US soldiers (cool!) go after guys they don't even know. Let them eat "manga".

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Posted in: Should marijuana use be legalized? See in context

I can also think of many reasons why ganj could be good, especially if you look at the many crack and heroine addicts in North America, and in the same sense, the many salarymen in Japan who drink until they can't remember which station they left their briefcase. I agree that ganj could be a better alternative, much more chill, and that it goes well with good music, girls, etc.

But, you never know what happens when you die, after a while I know many people who quit and don't touch that stuff because it costs a lot of money, the utility of it bottoms, and it wastes a lot of time.

But the number one thing to me, is that the most hardcore of these guys, are not your friend, they couldn't care less if you fell off the face of the earth, even though when you are with them, they seem like the best thing that ever happened.

It might get you girls, and friends, but that is not really what they want from you, they just want your ganj.

So the next time you smoke up, fine if you want to, but the guys next to you are not your real friends, it starts to gets really boring, your wasting your cash, unless of course you grow and sell to your friends who are wasting their cash, while the world is in a global recession, more than 10% have lost their jobs, 1BN around the world are now in poverty, and 26,000 kids are dying everyday.

You can smoke up and celebrate this great world and great life you have, but eventually you will start to wonder, what the f#%$ is going on?

We live in a crazy world, even if we don't smoke, and maybe even more so if MJ is legalized, but you can't ignore the world that you wake up to every morning. Your chains are this world, and that you will die some day, so it might be in your interest to try to understand why, regardless of what good or bad religion you live by.

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Posted in: Should marijuana use be legalized? See in context

I had so called friends push me on cigarettes everyday until I started smoking when I was in grade eleven. I didn't even drink. But as per the gateway theory . . .

I don't mind smoking, and figure I can do it till I die, but the reality is that noone knows what happens when we die, and this is where things like cigarettes, weed, and alcohol begin to matter for anyone who has spent any time thinking about it.

If it wasn't for this I would be all over it, no problem, but that isn't the problem.

The easiest way to think of things is that while you do whatever you do, there are wars going on, people don't have jobs, and little black kids are dropping like flies everyday. In everyday parlance, our "brothers".

These are the main reasons why people should minimize "indulging" in the first place, while people you don't necessarily know are going through fairly tough times.

In simple terms we are either part of the problem, cleaning it up, or doing nothing. Pick up a spade brother.

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Posted in: Minnesota court rules for Franken in Senate fight See in context

Lets have a celebration for Franken. I really, honestly, hope and pray he can do something for you guys.

I guess he constitutes the better arm or a leg of the overall Frankenstein called the United States of America.

Get your "freedom" fighters out of Afghanistan, quit twittering about Iran, send Carter to North Korea again, or else at least give North Korea a chance to put California out of its misery, because Obama really doesn't seem to care about it, its really disappointing.

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Posted in: Minnesota court rules for Franken in Senate fight See in context

So the US has election accuracy problems, maybe there needs to be a regime change if Obama keeps bending over for Wall Street, selling out California, and wearing Bush's war panties. You guys are disgraceful and an embarrassment to your own people, if they haven't already started noticing.

I bet there is a higher likelihood of a regime change in the US than in Iran. You guys embarrass yourselves.

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Posted in: Minnesota court rules for Franken in Senate fight See in context

I found the link for who you guys work for, its called the United States Special Activities Division in the CIA (acronym SAD). You work for the cyber warfare division.

"The political action group within SAD is responsible for covert activities related to political influence, psychological warfare, and economic warfare. The rapid development of technology has also added computer or cyber warfare to this type of operation."

This is your mission:

"If there are missions in countries that are denied to US military special operations forces, such as Pakistan or Iran, SAD/SOG units are the primary national special missions unit to execute those operations. [166]"

These are the missions you have been involved in throughout history:

"Tibet, Korea, Cuba, Bolivia, Vietnam, Laos, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Somalia, Afghanistan, Yemen, Iraq"

Of course you will deny this, because:

"If they are compromised during a mission, the government of the United States often denies all knowledge."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special_Activities_Division

But your current mission, along with what Kissinger is saying, is to garner support for a regime change in Iran, and resources and cheap labor in North Korea (Kim Jong already knows this). Pull the wool over the eyes of people who are afraid of losing their jobs, and made to be fearful of other countries.

You waste Billions of dollars, meddling with Billions of lives, putting a Billion worldwide in poverty, for the Billionaires that control you. You are the biggest sell outs, and you have the nerve to post ads for ex-bankers. Your selling out your own people.

But there are Billions of us. We will eventually figure this out if we haven't already, and we will definitely not let you get away with this.

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