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Posted in: Turkey airport ad warns against visiting Sweden due to rape See in context

Do you know why that is Turkey.... In 2003, Sweden's rape statistics were higher than average at 9.24, but in 2005 they shot up to 36.8 and by 2008 were up to 53.2. Now they are almost certainly even higher as Muslim immigrants continue forming a larger percentage of the population.

With Muslims represented in as many as 77 percent of the rape cases and a major increase in rape cases paralleling a major increase in Muslim immigration, the wages of Muslim immigration are proving to be a sexual assault epidemic by a misogynistic ideology.

The statistics are skewed by urban centers where the Islamic colonists cluster. In Stockholm this summer there was an average of 5 rapes a day. Stockholm has gone from a Swedish city to a city that is one-third immigrant and is between a fifth and a quarter Muslim.

Sweden, like the rest of the West, will have to come to terms with the fact that it can either have female equality or Muslim immigration. It cannot have both.

So many bleeding hearts do not seem to understand....mass immigration does not lead to assimilation, it leads to a conflict between ideologies. Their ideology is the only way....hence the massive problems in Europe.

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Posted in: Tight-lipped 'Game of Thrones' cast reflects on last season See in context

"Benioff and Weiss said the recently announced seven-episode seventh season wouldn’t air until next summer"

Seven episodes.....I thought the seasons were already to short.

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Posted in: 18-year-old gunman kills 9 in shooting rampage in Munich mall; commits suicide See in context

Latest......" likely a sole gunman in a deadly shooting in Munich was an 18-year-old German-Iranian who had both German and Iranian citizenship, Munich Police Chief Hubertus Andrae told reporters on Saturday. The gunman killed nine people, including some youths, before apparently killing himself, Andrae said. Sixteen people were injured in the attack, including three who were in life-threatening condition and several children."

These type of stories really make worry about what type of world our children and their children will live in.

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Posted in: Liar. Lock her up. Shoot her. GOP denounces Clinton See in context

It's not all bad for Hillary..."Texas’s restrictive voter ID law was struck down on Wednesday by the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals. In a 203-page opinion, the federal court found the law to be in direct violation of the Voting Rights Act because it discriminates against minorities. “This argument effectively nullifies the protections of the Voting Rights Act by giving states a free pass to enact needlessly burdensome laws with impermissible racially discriminatory impacts,” the opinion states. The decision was hailed as a significant win for Democrats, who have long argued that voter ID laws disenfranchise minority voters. The Texas law was first passed in 2011 by the state’s legislature. Republicans believe similar legislation is necessary in order to curb voter fraud."

Heaven forbid that someone would have to show ID to vote.

So if you want Hillary to give you more free stuff at the cost of working taxpayers vote early and vote often.

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Posted in: Trump's vote-winning strategy - attack Muslims See in context

Source - Reuters (or many other pages)....Migrants in Germany committed or tried to commit some 69,000 crimes in the first quarter of 2016, according to a police report that could raise unease.

Germany: Muslim migrants defecate in pool, invade girls’ changing rooms

A group of migrant men and women were caught on security camera at the Johannisbad baths in Zwickau, Saxony engaging in unacceptable behaviour, including masturbating into the jacuzzi. In separate incidents other groups of migrants were caught “contaminating” the children’t [sic] training pool by “emptying their bowels in the water”, and sexually assaulting other bathers, reports Bild.

Source The shocking incident at a leisure centre in Munich was said to have involved three Syrian boys who allegedly touched a 17-year-old girl underneath her swimming costume.

They were then alleged to have groped the girl's 14-year-old sister after she came to her sibling's defence.

The girls managed the flee the pool and call for the lifeguard, who then contacted police.

In a first, male migrants were banned from a leisure center in a German town for sexually harassing female visitors, while authorities in a different German town chose to step up security at a center for similar reasons.

Male asylum-seekers currently living in a hostel in Bornheim, a town on the outskirts of Bonn, were banned from visiting a local swimming pool after the number of complaints of sexual harassment from female bathers became alarmingly high, the town’s authorities said on Friday.

The measures come in the wake of the recent mass sexual assaults that took place on New Year’s Eve in Cologne, Hamburg, Berlin, Frankfurt, Stuttgart and Bielefeld, where migrants attacked, groped, and robbed women. Similar cases were reported in other EU cities including Helsinki, Stockholm, Vienna, Zurich, among others

Wikipedia: During the 2016 New Year's Eve celebrations, hundreds of sexual assaults (including groping), numerous thefts, and at least five rapes were reported in Germany, mainly in Cologne city centre. Similar incidents were reported in Hamburg, Frankfurt, Dortmund, Düsseldorf, Stuttgart,[23] and Bielefeld.[9][24][25]

All of the incidents involved women being surrounded and assaulted by groups of men on the street.[26][27] There are more than 1,900 victims and it is reported that up to 1,000 men may have been involved in Cologne,[19] acting in groups of several dozen. Police reported that the perpetrators were men of "Arab or North African appearance" and said that Germany had never experienced such mass sexual assaults before.

They types of incidents go on and on.......So is Trump correct to suggest profiling....given the current situation...yes. I have no problem with being cautious. They can have access to my phone...I have nothing to hide. If you want into a country....said country has every right to go over your past with a fine tooth comb. Many Muslims are not going to cause any problems however some of those coming from the Middle East are use to a different culture. Women are often considered property. Many people on here just thumbs down anything about Trump....then please, for those of you in Japan you need to demonstrate to your government that they need to take in as many refugees as possible. Have them put in you your neighborhood. Until things change profiling, unfortunately, will be the way of things.

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Posted in: Throughout history, in every time and country, there have always been con artists. Why are they always with us? Is it because because people are fundamentally dishonest or gullible? See in context

I would think it is because it is "Easy Money"....does not require a lot of effort versus those of us who do work month after month....year after year. You run a scam for a short time...rack up the cash and move on.

Just last month I had someone leaving messages saying that "This is the last attempt by the IRS to reach you and you are being sued". After searching their number I was led to a forum that stated they were asking for you to pay your debt by an I Tunes gift card....LOL. Seriously, I wonder if anyone fell for it. I for one left a message with the "IRS Scam Report" or something like that. Said calls stopped coming within 1 week.

I do feel sorry for people that do have to deal with this sort of thing.

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Posted in: Backlash as Japanese police tweet warns women to not ride elevators alone with men See in context

TheGodfatherApr. 19, 2016 - 08:35PM JST

Hirakawa.. suggests installing... surveillance cameras inside elevators instead

Doh! That would be a good idea. How much extra would it cost to make everyone feel safe?

I would agree but I can see some pervert installing a camera under a Plexiglas floor. Well they did not say "Where to install them....they just said we want cameras in the elevators".

Seriously though.... it is the creepers fault not a victims. If the street is full of criminals your primary concern should be to clean up the street not just tell people to forever stay indoors.

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Posted in: 3 reasons Japanese movies today suck, according to distributor and producer Adam Torel See in context

I did like Sion Sono's "Cold Fish"....I think that is the last Japanese flick I really enjoyed.

As far as Asian cinema....."Aftershock"...I think that was Chinese and "I saw the Devil"...Korean? Those were awesome.

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Posted in: Island hopping See in context

I would love to live there.

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Posted in: IMF chief Lagarde: Global economy losing momentum See in context

I need to brush up on my initials...I saw IMF and thought of the Tom Cruise movies.

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Posted in: Japan is asking U.S. President Barack Obama to make an official visit to Hiroshima when he comes to Japan in May for the G-7 summit. Doing so would make him the first sitting U.S. president to visit t See in context

Since he was asked...I think it would be rude to not accept the invitation.

If it was a year or two ago and he asked to visit the shrine.....I think it would have meant so much more. Even though it was so long ago.... It seems rather hollow when someone has to ask you to visit.

As long as the Japanese are not offended....I think a President should visit now and then so that they can be reminded of just who suffers the most in war......innocent people.

It would not offend me if Abe or someone from the Royal family visited Pearl Harbor. We are suppose to allies are we not, I have no grudge against the people of todays society for something that happened several generations ago.

Are we all guilty for the "Sins of our Fathers".....I think not.

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Posted in: Nearly one in four Japanese adults admits to crying in the office restroom: survey See in context

After being told you are expected to work 10 to 12 hours a day and get paid for 8....I would cry too.

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Posted in: Resolution in FBI-Apple case prolongs larger legal battle See in context

A very touchy subject...I speak only for myself but if it is for the Security of the Nation I am all for it. I have nothing on my phone to hide. As long as there is a Warrant to unlock someone's phone I do not see the issue.

If opening someone's phone can save a life.....then damn it, I'm all in.

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Posted in: Nations drag heels on Syria refugee resettlement See in context

Alphaape: Brings up very solid points..."People who normally immigrate on their own free will for the most part are willing to assimilate". "with no jobs for them to do, the same could be asked what will they do in Europe or America?"

It is very simple....they end up with free etc.

Unless they are already capable of speaking their host nations language they will need a long time to learn it. Or one hires and interpreter meanwhile whom pays for everything till they can stand on their own feet.

We have already seen what happens when they migrate....Europe is already a mess. Do you really think it will get better by adding more numbers. Sure there are many good people who are leaving Syria in hope of a peaceful life, yet the vetting process takes time. Nations have already stated that this process is not easy as many have been killed, others taking the identities of the dead, records altered or destroyed. There are numerous issues at hand yet they want a solution and they want it now. I do not truly believe there is a quick fix.

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Posted in: Trump revises abortion stance after backlash See in context

I understand what Trump is basically saying. " If it is illegal to get an abortion and you do it anyway, then have you not broken the law?' Since when can we expect not to be punished for breaking the law, unless you are Hillary Clinton.

I realize this opens a whole new argument. If a man and woman both decide to abort the pregnancy then both should be liable as well as the Doctor. They say there are circumstances....rape, incest etc.

If it is ILLEGAL then one should have some kind of punishment, that is how I read it.

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Posted in: Trump warns of riots if he is denied party's presidential nomination See in context

“I think that would be an absolute disaster. I think the people would quite rightly revolt,” Cruz told CNN.

So Ted Cruz says the same thing....and everyone bashes Trump. Both are merely stating that it would be a tragedy to ignore the voters and if this were to happen the people will not stand for it.

Perhaps instead of Riot or Revolt they should have said Demonstrate. If the majority of the people have spoken then you need to honor that. I have very little faith in the parties and to block the leader then install your puppet would erase any remaining respect I have.

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Posted in: Vowing to defeat ISIS, Clinton takes on Donald Trump See in context

In a speech Wednesday at Stanford University, Clinton called for “strong, smart, steady leadership,”......Well that rules her out.

I can not take her seriously.....lies fall from her mouth like one fills a toilet. You will get nothing from her except more lies. She should be in jail....not running for president.

For instance,I am assuming by now anyone reading this article is already well acquainted with the basic facts surrounding Clinton’s use of a private e-mail server, so lets go straight to analyzing how her actions fall within the purview of the relevant statute.

18 U.S.C. § 1924 – Unauthorized removal and retention of classified documents or material — provides, in part:

(a)Whoever, being an officer… of the United States, and by virtue of his office… becomes possessed of documents or materials containing classified information of the United States, knowingly removes such documents or materials without authority and with the intent to retain such documents or materials at an unauthorized location shall be fined under this title or imprisoned for not more than one year, or both.

(c) In this section, the term “classified information of the United States” means information originated, owned, or possessed by the United States Government concerning the national defense or foreign relations of the United States that has been determined pursuant to law or Executive order to require protection against unauthorized disclosure in the interests of national security.

In order to satisfy the elements of this statute, one must prove Clinton knowingly removed and retained classified materials at an unauthorized location. Mr. Abrams essentially argues that the classification process is often marred by bureaucratic infighting over what is and what it not classified, so it would be unreasonable to expect Clinton to be able to figure it out on her own. Therefore, he argues, Clinton could not have acted “knowingly” because none of her emails were “marked classified” at the time she removed them.

While such an argument may seem reasonable at first blush, it is no longer believable based on the definition of “classified information” and what we now know about Clinton’s e-mails.

Section 1924 provides the definition of “classified information” as any “information originated, owned, or possessed by the United States Government concerning … foreign relations … that has been determined pursuant to … Executive order… to require protection against unauthorized disclosure.”

Executive Order 13526 sets out the standards for classifiable information as any information pertaining to “foreign governments” or “foreign relations or foreign activities” which if disclosed “could reasonably be expected to cause identifiable or describable damage to the national security.”

Finally, upon her appointment as Secretary of State, Clinton signed a classified information non-disclosure agreement in which she agreed to certain conditions and obligations in consideration of her being granted access to classified information. As part of the agreement, Clinton acknowledged receiving and understanding a “security indoctrination” concerning the nature and protection of classified information. Furthermore, the agreement stated classified information could be both “marked and unmarked” and “unclassified information that meets the standards for classification and is in the process of a classification determination….”

Based on this information, it is clear that Hillary Clinton knew or should have known that at least some of her 55,000 pages of emails were likely to contain classified information, as defined under Section 1924. Clinton was not the victim of an overzealous classification system; the fact that over 1,300 of her e-mails have now been officially “marked” classified nullifies that argument. The fact is, it is simply no longer believable to think Clinton could not have anticipated that at least some of her e-mails, regardless of marking, might contain classified information. This is true even without taking into consideration last week’s report that 22 of Clinton’s e-mails contained “top secret” information —a revelation that likely opens the door to far worse consequences for Clinton, not the least of which is running afoul with Intelligence Identities Protection Act of 1982.

Furthermore, our public officials cannot be allowed to benefit from the willful manipulation of laws in a manner that enables them to build a wall behind which they can hide from the consequences of their actions. Hillary Clinton’s willful decision to squirrel all her e-mails away on a private server reflects a blatant disregard for the laws meant to protect classified information. Giving her the benefit of the doubt in accepting the “it wasn’t marked classified argument” allows her to benefit from her own willful disregard of the law and will only encourage future public officials to do the same, or even worse.

Over the coming months Attorney General Loretta Lynch will be under an extraordinary amount of pressure. She is in the awkward position of having to potentially have to indict her party’s likely nominee to be the next president of the United States; it is a decision that will almost assuredly lead to the eventual GOP nominee winning the White House in November. Lynch must put politics aside and show the American people that no person is above the law. We may never know for sure why Clinton really decided to use this private e-mail system, but ultimately it does not matter as it relates to Section 1924. What does matter, however, is that she knowingly removed and retained classified information at an unauthorized location in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1924 and she must be held accountable, like anyone else.

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Posted in: Trump aims for big U.S. primary wins; calls campaign 'a lovefest' See in context

Trump canceled a rally in Chicago on Friday over security concerns after protesters swarmed the event, sparking clashes. On Saturday, he was rushed by a man on an Ohio stage and repeatedly blamed Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders for the disruptions.

President Obama signed bill H.R. 347 (also known as the Federal Restricted Buildings and Grounds Improvement Act of 2011) into law on March 9th, amid numerous protests from the Occupy movement, as well as other agencies. HR 347 is a modification from Senate bill S. 1794, which restricted people from entering or blocking public areas that have been closed off by Secret Service while a person under their protection is passing through. The law also included major public events, such as the Inaguration and Presidential campaigns


Shouldn't they arrest the protesters? There would have not been any clashes if it weren't for the protesters. He deserves the same treatment as any other person running for president. Say what you want about Trump but Hillary is a complete liar. America will get more of the same old garbage if she wins.

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Posted in: Mexicans back ex-President Fox in vulgar spat with Trump See in context

Former President Vicente Fox is apparently a comedian. He has blasted America over and over about building a wall between the two countries to try to stop some of the influx of illegals. I suppose America could do the same as Mexico did (still does) with those it catches trying to cross its southern border when he was in office. Which was....rape the women, kill some of them....take what little belongings/money they have. Some women made sure they had birth control specifically for this reason.

But like most Politicians it is easier to talk about someone else then it is to talk about your own failures.

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Posted in: Do you support torture as an interrogation method if the objective is to prevent a terrorist attack or capture criminals? See in context

I'll take the unpopular stance....yes. Some have said "If you lower your standards to that of your enemy...then you have become your enemy".

To somewhat borrow a line from "Attack on Titan" ....You may have to abandon your Humanity in order to beat someone that has none". It was something like that in the last episode when Eron is laying in the rubble before he changes to fight the female Titan.

Yes...I know, I'm a dork.

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Posted in: Nigerian suicide bomber gets cold feet, refuses to kill See in context

She said she was scared because she knew she would kill people....I for one think that she has courage.

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Posted in: Meryl Streep sparks uproar over 'We're all Africans' remarks See in context

I understand what she is saying....somewhat. If all humankind started in Africa then migrated, like some say, then she is correct.

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Posted in: Major powers agree to plan for 'cessation of hostilities' in Syria See in context

Kabukilover....What the West, including Russia, should do is get the hell out of the Middle East.

I completely agree. As far as the Middle East goes.....there will never be peace. Human kind has been killing one another since the beginning of time, unfortunately. Being a Muslim is not good have to be a certain type..Sunni - Shiite, etc. From what little I understand many people can not fathom how a leader could be so vicious. Look at Saddam...he ruled with an iron fist yet what has happened without that type of leader.

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Posted in: Beyonce takes U.S. by storm with new activist role See in context

Racism...a double standard. Blacks can march because they think America owes them something or it is Their "Black Lives Matter"..I thought all lives mattered. Mexicans can march because there are 11 million illegals that they think should have rights. What part if illegal means you deserve something from the country you are illegally in? LGBT wants to march...etc. Everybody wants to march. However you get a group of whites to march about anything and they're automatically Racist because they are white. Are there not Black only colleges...a Black tv entertainer awards....magazines...etc. So if someone opens a white only anything there is hell to pay because you're a racist pig. It's a complete double standard.

Are there problems....yes, but nothing they have shown or told to the public really show cases the biggest problem that blacks face today. They are their own worst enemy...most blacks are killed by blacks.

It is better to give than receive especially when it comes to is very simple. Many individuals would still be alive if they would do one thing....OBEY the LAW, it is that simple. Follow not not attack. When I get pulled over and I am told...Please keep you hands on the steering wheel..I say "Yes Sir". I need you to exit the vehicle..."Yes Sir"...approach the rear of the vehicle and put your hands on the trunk "Yes Sir". Do you really think calling an officer names or fighting with them is going to have a favorable outcome?

A person has to accept some responsibility for their actions no matter what color one is.

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Posted in: U.S. missile shield spotlights divisions on handling North Korea See in context

If he wants to impress other countries he could try feeding the people of North Korea.

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Posted in: Do you think North Korea's rocket launch on Sunday is as big a deal as the international community is making it out to be? See in context

North Korea's last long-range rocket launch, in 2012, put what it called a communications satellite into orbit, but no signal has ever been detected from it.

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Posted in: Should Japan stop identifying Buddhist temples on maps with the traditional "manji" symbol that is often confused with a Nazi swastika? See in context

They should put up more of order to educate people.

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Posted in: Thousands more Syrians rush toward Turkey to flee fighting See in context

Yamashi-----True, but those terrorists will infiltrate into Europe from Turkey and with direct support of Turkey. Then they will start to create cells of Al Qaeda, Al Nusra and so on.

I agree....I'm sure many have used this public Exodus from Syria to go undetected.

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Posted in: U.N. working group suggests U.S. work on racial reconciliation See in context

That's funny...........if we are going that route then roughly 300,000 Northerners died fighting against slavery aka the Civil War. We do not hear the Black Community praising their efforts. Anytime a white is involved and a black person dies the black community jumps all over that. Yet where were they when the two black guys raped and killed a white preachers pregnant wife? Some people still have problems with racism and it goes both ways. We will never "as a society" live in complete harmony. When you go to a high school football's Us against Them, fights can break out over the fact that you're from another town...not another color. Fun fact of the day -

Remember... "Pants Up Don't Loot" & get a job.

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Posted in: Scully, Mulder, paranoia return in 'The X-Files' reboot See in context

I am surprised....from what I have read those two never really got along. Money changes everything.

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