John Richardson comments

Posted in: Illustrator shows different types of perverts encountered on Japanese trains See in context

Goes to show you, when you have a large majority of people jam packed, anywhere and in any place, lacking a compass of morality and goodness within their heart and mind, you have some very sick, dangerous, and disturbing people who will do anything to anyone in a vulnerable position they feel they can get away with. Very dangerous and disturbing. You did not have that a long time ago. For children or adults. I wonder why.

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Posted in: Outrage at acquittals in rape cases sparks calls to fix Japanese law See in context

Unfortunately perversions and sexual evil runs rampant their. It is in their pop-culture bands and mindset, sadly. It is what runs the kyabakura/ AKB48 culture and grooms their women. The day you see one of those beauties with their arms around someone like mine is the day that crap came to an end, or a brighter future. But as of now,..oil and water.

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Posted in: Outrage at acquittals in rape cases sparks calls to fix Japanese law See in context

A lot of Japanese AV or porn is based upon poorly written scripts of men forcing themselves on women, who eventually start to enjoy it. With the number of men whose sole sex education and experience is watching these films, is it any wonder that it happens so frequently, and that they have the attitude that they do?

Even their culture of ropes and bondage to women says a lot in itself. Lacking much chivalry and manners to women to say the least.

But strangely, I remember most of the women not liking being treated with respect, almost being shocked like deers in headlights by it at times when I was there. Or maybe they much rather wanted their men to be that way as opposed to an outside American.

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Posted in: Stations to suspend use of trash cans, lockers in Osaka for 6 days during G20 summit See in context

One of the other things I just remembered that I could never understand - NO TRASH CANS!! LOL. That was the craziest thing! I would never have anywhere to throw things away. I sure as h$# never wanted to keep trash in a bag in my bag or in my pocket. You could never even find somewhere sit down on a bench and rest to eat/drink anything either.

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Posted in: No. of newborns in Japan hits record low in 2018 See in context

it is clear most japanese don't want children. From what I remember, the j salary men prefer to have their mistresses and go drinking with colleagues at kyabakuras. So many of those beautiful kyabakura women never wanted to go live abroad or be with a foreigner (at least not my American friend) I find it impressive how their economy is still growing with the decline of their population. It seems they don't need AI or robots since they seem to have them already. I personally think having children is a good thing, contributing to society with good people and something to leave behind when you leave this earth, whether its your biological child or an adopted one. But overly populated places with cramming people is something of a dangerous plague. Can't say some did not try to help japan. My American friend would testify.

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Posted in: Japan's commercial whaling to restart July 1 after 3-decade hiatus See in context

Almost no one in Japan wants to eat whale meat.

I see it on offer from time to time.

However, everywhere I go

Every meal conversation I hear

no one

at any time

has said,

"I want to have a whale of time."

I think they just say that to MAKE YOU BELIEVE they don't eat it - Tatamae. In actuality, there is a large consumer base, obviously.

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Posted in: Major Hollywood studios may reconsider Georgia business over abortion law See in context

And lastly I think men should have more say, you know equality & all that, but sadly mens opinions count for 0 in this. BUT if a woman decides to have a baby guess who is on the hook in EVERY state, men, that's who, men have zero choice, THAT is neither fair nor equal. How about if women terminate a pregnancy that men want to see through that the women then MUST pay the man.....again equality, how about it.

Someone somewhat gets it. Equality for the father's mind and right, as well as the child's body. We have nothing but selfish witches these days. Far from a mother Taresa. I am sure nobody here, having a mother, would have been ok with them being aborting because it was her choice.. Highly doubt it. We appreciate mothers and parents for the sacrifices and struggles they gave for us. It is something to do with love I think. The animal kingdom seems to get it right over people. But even births these days are fake as there is a total stranger giving birth because the mother wants to look good on instragram pics. pathetic.

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Posted in: Major Hollywood studios may reconsider Georgia business over abortion law See in context

Its truly sickening in this day and age you have more people and women supporting the slaughter of children in the womb than taking responsibility and accountability of the greatness parenthood/motherhood. Making their vaginas and wombs slaughter tombs. I remember my American friend who lived in tokyo had his child murdered against his will. Though at the time there were so many 'dekichata kekkons' going on at the time with j celebs, his was a legit relationship with his fiancee.. He wanted to take full responsibility for the child, but she was so eager to murder the child. It was ridiculous someone would do that. Truly horrific and scary you have people who operate and walk among us like that. it must be some kind of deranged power trip or something. It is no wonder you have so many crazy and evil things happening with such wickedness going on.

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Posted in: Japanese man dies inflight after eating 246 cocaine packets See in context

One thing is for sure,..he definitely has his privacy protected..'Undo 'N',..?? Maybe he has some relatives who run certain banks in japan and/or are in powerful places.

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Posted in: Trump breaks with Abe; says he's not bothered by N Korean missile tests See in context

All I can say is that I hope world peace, love, compassion and understanding can prevail. Many people bash Trump on here but don't anyone on here say anything about how the people of japan, and abe, obviously love him. Not saying that is a bad thing, as I like him myself (other than how he is so buddy buddy with abe and japan, but that is his personal relationship). But as for me, from personal experience, i still worry and don't trust japan. that is just me from my personal history, trauma, and experience. would be nice to say otherwise. people say japan is an ally, i am not really sure. i feel they are just doing what they need to for now. I just can't understand how every on here dislikes him so much. I am proud of my President and my country. Have a happy memorial day.

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Posted in: After sumo, golf and dinner, Trump and Abe get down to business See in context

Very proud of my President and what he does for the American. I am just not a fan of japan, not because of the whole rent a girlfriend and family policy they promote, but, among other things, them trying to go back on the offense in war. Especially after how they tend to treat certain people, from what I personally witnessed over there. just seems a bit strange on why japan and abe are so crazy about Trump. Didnt know they loved him that much. Trump always spoke about japan's unfair business practices back in the 80's and how he respected them, but didn't think they were fair, but very surprising on how he is so popular over there. I would like to see him improve relations with another country and their chairman in the same light, as japan and U.S. relations has already reached their peak I would think.. maybe a place and region in more of need of de-escalating tensions. But maybe that is in all due time.

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Posted in: Tokyo court orders car owner to pay NHK fee See in context

'Pay the HNK fee and help support the country you live in!'

Many outsiders have supported those crooks and many other organizations over there, paying all kinds of taxes and other fees - For years! And what were they given in return,...!?? Deception, humiliation, and a murdered child.

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Posted in: Japan's top two banks report double-digit full-year profit declines See in context

I really disliked japanese banks. I always had a bad vibe about going into them and putting my money in there. Especially that mizuho and mfug. I felt better after I opened an account with a foreign international bank.

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Posted in: Japan begins last round of 'research' whaling off Pacific coast See in context

Seriously, how do they get away with doing that? Piccachu, dragon ball, and other 'cool-Japan' culture has definitely buttered up many of the younger generational law makers abroad, unfortunately, for japans favour.

Why don't they just hunt whales in their own waters? And not endangered whales. And not so many?

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Posted in: Japan begins last round of 'research' whaling off Pacific coast See in context

I cannot understand why they say it is for research. How many whales do they need to kill for research. And also, why do they all say they don't eat it and that long ago, they used to serve it in their school lunches, but they don't eat it now - They all lying. They just say that to make the west think that they don't it it when in actuality they are still eating it secretly. That documentary the cove was truly horrible and heartbreaking. Why would anyone want to hurt whales and dolphin..!? And in such large numbers and as barbaric?? Such beautiful animals.

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Posted in: Woman, 3-year-old daughter killed, 8 others injured after car, garbage truck collide in Tokyo See in context

I really hated garbage trucks and the drivers when I lived there. Do they still scream 'orei, orei, orei!' in the mornings in the alleys and streets there?

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Posted in: Woman arrested for leaving baby after giving birth in convenience store bathroom See in context

3rd wealthiest developed nation in the world and you have people doing that. Why? Same reason they'd rather abort children rather than give up their selfish time. very selfish mindset.

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Posted in: Half of foreigners in Tokyo have experienced discrimination: survey See in context

I remember an American friend of mine once went into a bar that an amazingly beautiful japanese woman invited him into as she was standing in the entrance of it texting a friend. Long story short, turns out she was sharing a table in that bar with some dirt bag looking mafia type j-men. One of the men grabbed his croch and said, 'Oh,..very big!' and when my friend face palmed the guy into the wall, the guy thrown into the wall and his henchmen all started doing the whole rolling their 'r's' and yarrro ' surrounding this guy by himself saying 'this is japan! and if you dont like it, get out!'..Man, the stuff they did to that guy was unbelievably against all human rights that if anyone saw you'd think differently of the place. In a way, the whole concept of katakana is kind of a way of not wanting to 'get the hands dirty touching something from the outside' in a way.

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Posted in: Half of foreigners in Tokyo have experienced discrimination: survey See in context

Very interesting to see posts are flooded with foreigners who lived there for over 10 years saying they have had nothing but love and welcome from living in japan. and then you have the group who had experienced difficulty and harsdhip. somehow if you fall in the catagory of not fitting in or if you had problems, then you should go off yourself or there was something wrong with you. but in the same sentence they want to say spread love...?? its the modern superficialism running rampant. I personally feel the ones who had experienced hardship and difficulty are far more realistic and true. As it seems, japan has always welcomed certain foreigner, and the ones the japanese let stay longer or join their communities recently were the ones who fit their mold and were not a threat to their sovereignty. it didn't matter if you were a handsome and had justice written on your face who were a messenger of God, they have a mold they want filled in. maybe the same said of any place high-jacked by evil. i guess which explains why most of the foreigners who were on tv were always made out to look foolish or stupid while making the japanese men look good, even though most of the men in reality in japan act childish and stupid. i remember going to an 'international' party looking to meet a nice j-girl who would hopefully be 'international' at heart, but they all were into the most stupidest characters of men, foreigner and japanese a like.

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Posted in: Ex-Japanese envoy to Iran faces complaint over sexual offense See in context

there are a lot of japanese who abide by their culture of singling out, bullying, harassment, and sick perversion. they should round up all those dangerous people there who do such attacks on anyones freedom like that.

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Posted in: Virgin territory: Study shows heterosexual inexperience rising in Japan See in context

Not true - This is just for their 'image'. They have so many hentai magazines in convenient stores and recruiters passing out tissues to recruit women into the 'industry'.

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Posted in: Gov't says official translation for next era name Reiwa is 'beautiful harmony' See in context

'harmony' in their view is a kind of mental disease of homogeny and murdering/weeding out those who are 'different'...those different in the good sense of different. they want everyone to be like them, following their ways and ideals, eliminating any kind of threat or competition..enforcing a passive/aggressive way. and when you disagree or speak up about it, you are wrong. its like persecuting free speech in a way. nothing beautiful about that. they should seek beauty in disharmony, helping and being a friend to those who are not in their popular circles.

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Posted in: Japan's emperors: From divine commander to 'comforter-in-chief' See in context

*On a side note

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Posted in: Japan's emperors: From divine commander to 'comforter-in-chief' See in context

I think the japanese emperors will always have militaristic power and influence, no matter how much they try to make you think otherwise,.. lowering your guard.

On a side not: Long live U.S. General Douglas MacArthur.

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Posted in: 7-Eleven to replace president as it considers changing 24-hour policy See in context

It is very interesting, yet a bit concerning, how they always try to attach something to foreign companies - Why can't it just be 7-11? what is with all of the 'holdings' and other stuff. And Is Lawson and Japan's other convenient stores having the same problem? I don't think so. I think its a strategy to undermine or hurt the American convenient store chain. Not fair competition. But that is how they roll.

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Posted in: Abe explains choice of Reiwa for next era name See in context

Its their passive aggressive 'Ijiwaru' mentality. Maybe he thinks putting this up is going to make people think they are about peace while they are trying to change their current contract of the denouncement of war. I really do hope they can honor and strive for peace, but my personally experiences with them beg to differ.

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Posted in: Japan to develop air-to-ship long-range cruise missiles See in context

Clearly they want to be able to go on the offensive and not be held liable for their actions if an all out war broke out. People with half a brain knew how reluctant they were to surrender the first time when they were in the wrong.

Their current self defense constitution they have now is enough for them to defend themselves if something were to happen. but if they changed their word what they said 70 years ago of being a country model of peace, then,...that pretty much sums up their current motives obviously.

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Posted in: Ghosn posts ¥1 billion bail; released after 108 days in detention See in context

Not sure why they need masks to escort the man out of the building. They are obsessed with covering their faces, hiding things, and what others think of them. They are like the same person...seems like damn near everyone on the trains over there wore those masks,..and with nothing to do with them having allergies! I remember the eyes and stares at me when they would sit across from me,..watching every move from me picking my nose to looking out the window at nature. Maybe I should not be looking at this,.. as these goons trigger parts of my trauma.

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Posted in: Court approves Ghosn's release on ¥1 bil bail See in context

I am curious as to what others on a global scale think of the judicial system in japan. Doesn't take a lawyer to see something isn't right obvioulsy.

On a side note, think of all of the poor souls who don't have the publicity or 8 million dollars laying around to get bailed out and who had to stay in there without the family and other psychological support. I heard that place is seriously horrific. I heard they won't even let you pray, kicking the glass/cage windows. doing the same when trying to sleep.. you can't read english magazines or books. they will even tie you with ropes to a chair that would cut your blood circulation to you arms and legs if you move. the guards will look through the window and laugh at you as you are in pain and call you an ugly foreigner.

Like someone said, japan can exploit a foreigner, learn what they need, and then discard them after they get what they want at anytime while throwing them under the bus like nothing. I seriously can't see a future in humanity with that kind of law. they should have been colonized to a certain extent.

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Posted in: 45-year-old man arrested for killing parents See in context

I really hope they can get the help they need in their society.. its really sad seeing these stories that happen all of the time over there. All I know is this American has tried, but they didn't let me. Living there damn near almost killed me.

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