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Posted in: Syria's Kurds warn Turkey not to intervene militarily See in context

Now Assad is begging for US support as Russia is obviously ineffective.

Really? I did not read 'The Onion' this morning.

ISIS is exploiting another goof-up by the logically challenged cowboys who go in all gun blazing into fights they have no clue about.

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Posted in: More details emerge about horror car crash in Hokkaido See in context

They should get long sentences, the 4 years for killing 2 children is a joke. When you drink and drive, its no longer involuntary.

@Reckless: Minority Report was just a movie, we still cant predict when somebody is going to commit a crime.

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Posted in: Multiracial Miss Japan hopes to change homeland's thinking on identity See in context

First of all, she is not good looking enough by any standard to be Miss Japan.

First of all you need to read up a little about these beauty pageants. It is just not about a beautiful face, its how you carry yourself, how you speak, your body etc etc. I checked out the event video and she definitely did well in all of the events.

destroy the very fabric of what makes Japan unique.

Would you have made the same statement if she was part Caucasian?

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Posted in: Israeli PM Netanyahu emerges with slight edge after tight race See in context

There can be no peace in that region till the Jihadists are reined in. Blaming Bibi for standing up to murderous savages is hypocrisy.

If the same Jihadists were in the neighbourhoods of the above supposedly peace mongers , they would have been crying in drones.

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Posted in: Iraqi forces battle Islamic State for Tikrit on two fronts See in context

Lets stop calling them Iraqi forces.

These are Shia militias backed by Iran.

Iraqi forces ran off when the ISIS got close, and months and plenty of training, weapons supplied by US, later they still seem no better.

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Posted in: Tokyo police ask cyclists to exercise caution See in context

There are cycling lanes near where I live. But every-time I get on the lane I will find a parked car blocking it somewhere. So the option for me is either to go into the middle of the road to overtake the parked car,risking get knocked down by a bigger vehicle from behind or go on to the pavement. I always choose the latter.

What is the purpose of having a dedicated cycling lane if it is going to be blocked by parked vehicles?

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Posted in: Assad must go, U.S. says, as Syrian war enters fifth year See in context

The Shah must go" --> Ayatollha Khomeini "Saddam must go" --> ISIS "Gaddafi must go" --> Al Quaeda / ISIS "Mubarak must go" --> Morsi and the Ikwhan "Assad must go" --> ISIS in the "liberated" areas ....

I will also add Afghanistan.

Communists must go>Mujahideen->Infighting>Taleban>Al Qaeda>9/11

I mean how many times, really, how many times do you have to step in to a relatively stable country, remove the leader and then watch the country fall apart and still not learn a lesson.

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Posted in: Families of missing tsunami victims struggle to move on See in context

There is no greater grief than losing a child.

I wish he is able to find the remains of his son, I also wish his daughter a long life. There is not much anybody can say or do in such circumstances.

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Posted in: Netanyahu assails Iran nuclear talks in speech to Congress; Obama disagrees See in context

This is one fight where there are not going to be any winners.

Appeasing Iran just for the sake of a few brownie points is not acceptable. There is already one islamic country, Pakistan, which is barely managing to keep itself together. US does not want another black hole to our its money into and hoping that its enough for the corrupt leaders to keep the masses in control.

Although there is a best scenario. Iran and Pakistan bombing each other into extinction.

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Posted in: Grand jury decides not to indict police officer in Ferguson shooting See in context

It is the fact that he shot an unarmed man from 100 feet away, when his person was under no imminent threat.

You seem to have no clue at all about this case. If the above had been true Wilson would have been indicted. But obviously enough people felt that this was not the case. They realized that Brown, the one who swatted away a store clerk, then approached him with obvious violent intent, was about to do the same thing to Wilson.

Since you seem to think the first amendment doesn't matter, does this mean that you also think it's ok to scrap the second amendment?

Can you read this sentence to yourself before posting it.

Its not a requirement for this forum, but at the least, you need to make some sense.

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Posted in: Grand jury decides not to indict police officer in Ferguson shooting See in context

The Brown apologists have a few traits in common ,uncouth behavior and an inclination for violence.

We can see that happening on this forum and it is building up in Ferguson. How long can we tolerate criminality in fear of being shown as politically incorrect.

The maximum noise is made by the bottom feeders of society and its time to either put them in prison or kick them out of this forum.

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Posted in: Grand jury decides not to indict police officer in Ferguson shooting See in context

But there is no way I consider summary execution in the streets an appropriate response unless an officer is in immediate physical danger.

I suggest doing some reading on this case before making ill-informed comments.

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Posted in: Grand jury decides not to indict police officer in Ferguson shooting See in context

There is something inherently wrong when a petty thug is venerated just because he belongs to a particular race. The same people then blame the police and the courts when they do their duty.

The diseased minds who back this Brown thug would respond much differently if they were at the receiving end.

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Posted in: Missouri governor declares state of emergency ahead of ruling on Ferguson shooting See in context

Grand Jury decided not to indict. Justice served, but it will bring the rats out in the street.

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Posted in: 12-year-old boy with fake gun dies after shot by Ohio officer See in context

Grand Jury has decided not to indict Officer Wilson.

For once, justice was not held hostage to public opinion.

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Posted in: Missouri governor declares state of emergency ahead of ruling on Ferguson shooting See in context

The leaders of the American black community have propagated the victim mentality so much that most in the new generation take it as one of their rights.

If you attack a police officer you can expect to get shot.

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Posted in: 3 teens fight for life after U.S. school shooting See in context

His parents gave him a rifle for his 15th birthday.

What were they planning for his 18th, a rocket launcher? I hope there is a lawsuit here, that is the only way American parents will learn to keep weapons away from children.

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Posted in: Gaza war rages despite Hamas, Israel truce pledges See in context

Because the consequences of going against Hamas are not unlike what would happen in North Korea if an ordinary citizen tried the same thing.

So that means if Hamas commits uses force on its people to impose its medieval ideology it is justified, and if Israel uses force it is not.

Kind of funny, this logic.

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Posted in: Gaza war rages despite Hamas, Israel truce pledges See in context

Please show us the "proof" it seems only Israeli news is reporting that.

I did not realize that BBC, CNN are Israeli news channels. But then you learn something new everyday.

Israel might stop bombing Palestine but they won't stop oppressing Palestine in every other way they can.

Every country in the Middle-East 'oppresses' its citizens. Nobody bothers about the Shias in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Kuwait. But the moment Israel does something to protect itself, the hounds are out.

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Posted in: Gaza war rages despite Hamas, Israel truce pledges See in context

War? I was thinking it was more like a brutal military crackdown

The problem is more with the thinking than the actual reality on the ground.

Israel has proved that it did not shell the school, and now the mysterious appearance of people at the site makes more sense.

But the bleeding heart liberals and the fundamentalists will not believe this, it just does not fit into their partially blind world view.

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