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Posted in: Obama scoffs at Ahmadinejad's demand for apology See in context

Kissenger, a "non-religious" person, is calling for a regime change in The "Islamic" Republic of Iran, including the use of war and at the cost of soldiers, women, and children dying, at a time when his people on mainstreet are facing a historical recession. He's a sociopath.

For someone with a username "TheQuestion", you might want to try to focus your questions and avoid the use of word play.

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

So by the above examples we can see how heated and sensitive election issues can be, even if they were ages ago, and even without an outside country meddling with US affairs.

So when Iran calls the US or UK meddling "intolerable", I think I can see where they might coming from.

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Posted in: Obama scoffs at Ahmadinejad's demand for apology See in context

I think inkjet works for the US government and they want to go into Iran.

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Posted in: Riot police use tear gas to halt protest in Iran See in context

I guess you guys work for the US government. How much do you get paid per post?

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Posted in: Republicans accuse Obama of socialism See in context

Sorry, how many states in the US are on the verge of bankruptcy? How many promises has Obama held since coming to office? Sorry, what are you talking about with this western system? Is this the same western system you are talking about? Lets talk about how it is doing today, pick a country if there are any left. You must be old, because what you talk of is old news. As zurcronium says, don't try so hard, and posting your garbage twice doesn't help either.

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Posted in: Is Tokyo really top dog in global rankings? See in context

I think there should be rankings on the worst places to live, that way people will have a perspective of this world, and realize where the people they ass kiss are leading them.

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Posted in: Obama scoffs at Ahmadinejad's demand for apology See in context

"In absolute terms, the United States currently has the largest inmate population in the world, with more than 2½ million[8] or more than one in a hundred adults[9] in prison and jails." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prison

"a spade is a spade" As is the media that you and I read. Keeping up, is a matter of comprehension.

Kissenger, being a former Jew, would be relevant to anyone who is a Jew, and wouldn't want to be associated with him.

I know that at least 50% of my friends in different companies in different countries have lost their jobs. I guess you haven't noticed or care, but its the bleeding of people that is ultimate indicator for the economy.

A spade is for digging holes, it might dawn on you at a later stage, when you are looking in its shiny reflection, and you might be wishing that you were a Jew, or a Christian, or a Muslim. Take care man.

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Posted in: North Korea threatens to shoot down Japanese spy planes See in context

Real Estate agents need to sell mortgages to pay their rent, recruiters need turnover, soldiers need war machine. Its a big policy machine we live in run by psychopaths. "Just doing your job" within the machine just doesn't justify anything or make you feel proud of yourself anymore.

Tough and understandable call, but sell out and pretend to deny it, or stop fooling yourself.

Its not how tough, proud, or face-to-face you are, its what you are selling out to. It doesn't matter if the old man or old lady is saying "anno", maybe they think you're prone to violence.

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Posted in: Obama scoffs at Ahmadinejad's demand for apology See in context

teleprompter for one-line comments. Stick to the articles guys.

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Posted in: Obama lays down harder line on Iran violence See in context

Saddam Hussein led the totalitarian regime that invaded Iran, only to be defended by the US that sided with the Totalitarian regime against Iran. The the US flipped sides later and took out Saddam Hussein. And now it is calling for a Regime change in Iran. They are looking for any excuse to do this.

And Injet, like Kissenger, is the apologist for going to war. Spineless.

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Posted in: Obama scoffs at Ahmadinejad's demand for apology See in context

inkjet for paranoid, ignorant, sociopath.

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Posted in: Obama lays down harder line on Iran violence See in context

Iran is the world's second largest oil AND natural gas resource, is a country of special geostrategic significance due to its central location in Eurasia, is home to one of the world's oldest continuous major civilizations, with historical and urban settlements dating back to 7000 BC, and is one of the only combined religious and democratic political institutions, AND one of the oldest religions in the world.

The US is just looking for any excuse to go in there that won't catch the attention of ignorant sociopaths like you. Afghanistan, then Iraq, pull out troops from Iraq today, sounds like Obama is orchestrating another heist.

He better not, because he will be the biggest betrayal mankind has ever seen.

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Posted in: South Korea, Japan say North Korea should return to talks See in context

Someone in Japan "demanded", someone-else in Japan can "request". It would be just as easy to label Bush or Aso as "lunatics" as well.

Its not really all of the "excuses" listed above for going after North Korea's resources. The problem is that most of the world wants North Korea's resources, and perhaps more low wage workers.

That's the real ugliness in this world. Its disgusting.

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Posted in: Obama scoffs at Ahmadinejad's demand for apology See in context

Terrorism and Democracy have become absolutes (In fact polar opposites). Democracy labels the terrorists, goes after them with drones, and they have to defend themselves with sticks and pistols.

As soon as the US starts labelling everyday Americans as terrorists, then watch what happens. Then you will be thinking how much of an idiot you have become.

America doesn't kill its protestors, it just incarcerates millions of them. America doesn't rig its votes, it just claims that about other countries, and uses the media to convince everyone.

There was an article about one Taliban defector who whistle blew that there are links between the Taliban, US, and Israel. He got assasinated, and there is no "Angel of Whistle Blowing" on Twitter or any Western newspaper.

Iranian protestors are using US Government owned encrypted technology to communicate with the US media. Interesting. Twitter, a fad, and engine of gossip is used by a small percentage of Iranians, that the West is convinced represents a majority. That's like saying myspace represents a majority.

"Its a brutal world, and to win a war . . many ugly things happen"

Kind of like when a company's profitability goes down 10%, and the evil totalitarian dictators fire 10% of their long-time employees, instead of an across the board reduction, due to "market reasons". Most of the Capitalist system, including Canada's being run by former Goldman Sachs employees. Definitely ugly and brutal.

Kissenger, a former Jew, calling for a regime change if the protests in Iran don't pan out. Republicans calling Obama timid on Iran. Ugly and brutal to me.

Paranoid Westerners, fearful of what they read in the newspapers, react by insisting action taken on Iran (and North Korea), after witnessing first hand the US invasion of Iraq, and Afghanistan. Probably the Ugliest and most Brutal of all things, is Democracy, and Freedom pulled right from under the very people that strove to put it in place.

Fearful Westerners, fearful of losing their jobs, and quite honestly "comfortable" with their life (despite the wars, poverty, unemployment, income gap), will fire their colleague, best friend, or "brother and sister", citing market reasons, and a reference to a headhunter they know. Brutal, Ugly. Wake up, and look in the mirror.

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Posted in: Obama lays down harder line on Iran violence See in context

Obama hasn't really changed much from Bush, especially in the areas he said that he would change, such as main street, of which he has left California to its own devices, and millions of lower income Californians will take it up the rear.

The interesting thing is that the two things that he would do differently had the most media attention; being timid on Iran, of which he took a tougher stance (Bush would never be timid), and carbon tax (except that now it will be used to conveniently tax the world when the US is hurting, under the guise of something like the IMF or UN or something.

He's becoming kind of like Bush, except the masses are supporting him. I think in Japan he would be called O-Bush.

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Posted in: North Korea threatens to shoot down Japanese spy planes See in context

Well if war does break out, most of you guys don't have the right to be whining it affects you.

I hope Japan needs to draft you and maybe you can meet these guys (who live off $5 dollars a day, and tired of Western garbage) face-to-face.

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Posted in: Senate apologizes for slavery, segregation in U.S. See in context

Then make reparations to Africa, where it has become completely messed up, mostly because of European "meddling".

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Posted in: South Korea, Japan say North Korea should return to talks See in context

The Japanese Occupation was in 1910, then the US took over in 1945, which soon after divided Korea into two pieces. It wasn't until 1950 that North Korea tried to claim its country back, but the US had to "meddle", and still meddles.

North Korea still does not want to be Westernized, and has suffered global isolation because of this.

And then we claim they are retards, that they are the aggressor, and find some excuse to go in there, just like we did Afghanistan and Iraq.

The US meddles with our countries and meddles with our minds, and meddles with its own constitution. The income gap just keeps getting wider and wider and more and more countries get screwed. Meanwhile, everyday Americans, of which David Letterman, and Jay Leno, have already proven, don't even understand their own country. Wake up, fix your own country first, don't mess with other countries.

Nigerian "terrorists" are bombing "Shell Corporation". They aren't terrorists, they don't want Shell in their country. Dig?

There are 1BN in poverty, 26,000 kids dying everday, 10% unemployment and growing, billionaires having secret population control meetings, talk of a world currency through the IMF.

Oh, the US economy is going down the drain, it won't happen to Japan, six months later it happens to Japan, it won't happen to Canada, one year later it happens to Canada, it won't happen to Australia, well I guess we'll have to see.

Goldman Sachs hands out bonuses, when they laid off 2,000 of their own people. This doesn't sound ridiculous to you? Does it ever make sense to just lower everyone's salary by 10% instead of laying off 10% of the company due to "market reasons". You have no idea what you do. Trust me, the Psychopaths are running the corporations, and the interns are being trained to be psychopaths.

Next thing you know, I will probably be taken off this site by US secret service, and listed as a terrorist or something, along with millions of other Americans. And meanwhile, you go along with this, because you don't know what else to do, plus its comfortable, although all your friends have been fired (you have no real friends), and you keep ignoring the fact that the only wars going on in the world are all linked to the US.

Almost everything Obama said he would do, has been reversed, and he is doing exactly what Bush is doing. Enjoy your meal while it gets served by some minimum wage nobody, because eventually it will be you. I've seen many of my friends lose their jobs. The only ones that still have them are the psychopath dictators. Look in the mirror, and see what you have done.

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Posted in: South Korea, Japan say North Korea should return to talks See in context

I think if all countries had nuclear weapons, it would level the playing field. Kind of unfair that the US can have them, but no other country.

The US should lead by example and eliminate its own nuclear weapons if it feels so strongly about other countries having them.

North Korea has never done anything to any other country its entire history. Why should the US, Japan, or Russia feel like it can sanction North Korea. Isolating a country and nuclear arms shouldn't be negotiated at the same time. Clearly North Korea behaves the way it has because of all of the atrocities that have happened to it. Why should they trust the United States? It looks like the US is controlled by Goldman Sachs and Billionaires are holding secret meetings to talk population control. I wouldn't trust those guys.

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Posted in: North Korea threatens to shoot down Japanese spy planes See in context

I guess Japan wants to reap what it sows.

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Posted in: US church creates stir with gay exorcism video See in context

Being ignorant also kills. Ignorance is probably the biggest mental illness. This is why we have people like JoeBigs commenting on things he has no clue about. I bet he has never even read The Book. Try reading the Qu'ran or about Buddhism if it is too complicated for you to understand, instead of your Harry Potter, or garbage best seller that everybody else reads.

Don't comment about something you don't understand, and don't talk about how other people are ill, because it might just be you that is ill, and that you are the problem. The conspiracy is that there are too many ignorant people that "don't know what they do".

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Posted in: Is Tokyo really top dog in global rankings? See in context

Both the criteria of cost and liveability, are driven by population size.

Tokyo has the largest developed metropolitan population (demand), and therefore the most expensive land space, and in a way more liveability based amenities like restaurants and electric trains (supply), especially to those at the top of the food chain such as expats.

However with the turn of this recession, we are yet to see what happens to such a large, condensed population over the next few years, especially if there is no hoped for bottoming out and sustainable rebound.

Probably less expats, and more socialism, if unemployment continues as is.

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Posted in: US church creates stir with gay exorcism video See in context

. . . but not necessarily spiritually.

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Posted in: US church creates stir with gay exorcism video See in context

Well if the exorcism in "wacko" America didn't work, Ayatollah Khomeini passed a fatwa allowing sex reassignment operations for diagnosed transexuals. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transexual_in_Iran

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Posted in: Senate apologizes for slavery, segregation in U.S. See in context

Everton2, the biggest reparation any individual can make, is to pull out their credit card and start helping the poor.

Tiger Woods doesn't need any reparation whatsoever (In fact he could be doing some reparations big time if isn't already), I don't need any reparation, and frankly, neither do you. However 26,000 of our "Brothers & Sisters" do. Dig?

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Posted in: Republicans call Obama timid on Iran See in context

What Actually Happened in the Iranian Presidential Election:

I checked out the site that 'informed' posted, and found this article: http://www.infowars.com/what-actually-happened-in-the-iranian-presidential-election/

Its pretty good, thanks 'informed'. I hope sailwind, teleprompter, and maybe injet at least read this, and maybe feel a little less threatened by Iran.

I personally like Iran, have known many Iranians, and think they have an interesting history and background. I also think it is unique that they really don't have that much Western influence, but are actually one of the most democratic nations in the world (Please read the article before disagreeing).

Just for a little peek:

"the Islamic Republic of Iran has never missed an election during its three decades. It has conducted over thirty elections nationwide. Indeed, a tradition of election orderliness has been established, much like election precincts in the U.S. or boroughs in the U.K. The elections in Iran are organized, monitored and counted by teachers and professionals including civil servants and retirees (again much like the U.S.)

There has not been a tradition of election fraud in Iran. Say what you will about the system of the Islamic Republic, but its elected legislators have impeached ministers and “borked” nominees of several Presidents, including Ahmadinejad. Rubberstamps, they are not. In fact, former President Mohammad Khatami, considered one of the leading reformists in Iran, was elected president by the people, when the interior ministry was run by archconservatives. He won with over 70 percent of the vote, not once, but twice.

When it comes to elections, the real problem in Iran is not fraud but candidates’ access to the ballots (a problem not unique to the country, just ask Ralph Nader or any other third party candidate in the U.S.) It is highly unlikely that there was a huge conspiracy involving tens of thousands of teachers, professionals and civil servants that somehow remained totally hidden and unexposed.

Moreover, while Ahmadinejad belongs to an active political party that has already won several elections since 2003, Mousavi is an independent candidate who emerged on the political scene just three months ago, after a 20-year hiatus. It was clear during the campaign that Ahmadinejad had a nationwide campaign operation. He made over sixty campaign trips throughout Iran in less than twelve weeks, while his opponent campaigned only in the major cities, and lacked a sophisticated campaign apparatus."

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Posted in: Riot police use tear gas to halt protest in Iran See in context

Its funny how every article on Iran recently always cites the 1979 Iranian Revolution, which is actually the overthrow of the "Western" backed Shah, to the current structure that it is under Khamenei (Who supports Amahdinejad), and who was predecessor to Khomeini, the one who started the 1979 Revolution, and had 6,000,000 (Thats 6 Million) people out on the streets supporting him, about 10-20 times more people than out there today today. Imagine that many (6M) people on the streets cheering for one man who just returned from exile to replace a "Western" backed Shah. Even Khomeini's funeral had 2,000,000 (thats 2 million people) attend his funeral, and they almost broke his casket trying to get a glimpse of him, and they had to redo the whole funeral because it got so crowded)

The people shouting God is Great are not the true Iranian Muslims that were shouting it in 1979, and the reason why there is so much media attention, is because it is mostly coming from Iranians that left their country behind, have become westernized themselves, and effectively abandoned their true religion and country in the name of profit-making, the very thing that is causing unprecedented unemployment, and threatening the financial markets world-wide. Something to think about.

So now there are probably 100-200 thousand protestors, blown up to sound like hundreds of thousands, at least two thirds of them are under 25 years old, of rowdy, ignorant, and selfish protestors, wanting their country to be westernized so they can have playstation portables and walmarts, to the embarrasment of 69 Million pious and humble Iranians, with almost no connection with the Western world (intentionally), and who are scared and confused about what is going on. And then there are these yahoos screaming God is Great in the middle of the night.

This is the biggest media sham I have ever seen. After more than 50 years of this with almost every country in the world, the West just won't give up, even despite the worlds largest ever financial crisis, unprecendented unemployment, California declaring bankruptcy, and still wasting money in Afganistan and Iraq. And now they want to spend more money to waste on North Korea, a country where people, including their leader frankly, live on $5 a day.

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Posted in: Senate apologizes for slavery, segregation in U.S. See in context

Not sure, parents are Japanese, does that count as white?

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Posted in: Senate apologizes for slavery, segregation in U.S. See in context

Inkjet says , "Yadda, Yadda, Yadda", wants me to lead by example.

Well, I try to spend at least 20% of my income on poverty related causes, I have left and will not join companies that I think fire too many people or I think are Psychopathic, despite that I currently have to worry about taking care of mostly African children, spend time on this forum trying to focus on issues related to the article, try to avoid unneccesary comments, try come up with ideas, and I guess, as you are wanting from me, trying to lead by example.

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Posted in: Republicans accuse Obama of socialism See in context

Just start with the wealthiest (1BN+), and the middle class will sort itself out.

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