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Posted in: Film on Japanese occupation of Nanjing wins top prize in San Sebastian See in context

My conclusion after looking into the alleged massacre at Nanjing is that the situation arose largely thr5ough a breakdown of discipline.

Young men far from home and a severe shortage of senior officers resulted in those uncontrolled males running amock. I do not believe the alleged rapes and murders were planned.

It was an unfortunate event in history. A history of wars in which no one's hands are free of blood or war-crimes.

The Japanese lost that war and it is not unexpected their crimes are exaggerated and those of the so-called Allies hushed-up and minimalised.

Interestingly the pain and suffering of the people in Nanjing pales into insignificance when compared to the Chinese after the end of WW II hostilities where tens of millions of Chinese were killed, butchered and actually eaten by other Chinese. And factual movies based on acts by the winning side could very well be made which are at least equally horrifying. - But there doesn't seem to be much demand for that. Strange, isn't it.

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Posted in: Taiwan skipper accuses Japan coast guard of ramming his boat See in context

Not inexcusable if the vessal deliberately crossed into someone else's territory and wouldn't shift.

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Posted in: Airline tickets to raise cash for U.N. health effort See in context

If I knew Japan's airlines charged more for tickets to send cash for the UN then I'd take the boat.

The elite who control the UN and her various orgs have done nothing but disappoint and cause trouble as far as I can see.

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Posted in: Iran President Ahmadinejad proud of Holocaust denial See in context

It's rare to find a political leader with the balls to say what he feels.

As I understand it, he isn't saying the Jews didn't die. He is simply saying the story of the Holocaust isn't true.

And according to evidence the holocaust could not have happened as stated. And this is also what I have concluded after examining both sides of the argument.

The Nerumberg trials were a farce. It was just lynching of Germans.

The world needs more politicians like him.

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Posted in: Should foreign residents have local voting rights? See in context

Darwin? Survival of the fittest? Hmmm! I think he is wrong on that and that those who survived were the ones who cooperated the most.

Voting in local elections for foreigners who are permanent residents with a permanent visa (who fulfil all their legal responsibilities) ought to be considered as voters. I don't think others should have that right.

I think foreigners who whine about and insult their hosts should not vote even if they were entitled to.

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Posted in: 200 missing after Sierra Leone boat capsizes See in context

Oh dear! Most unfortunate, eh.

I wish I could send the people in Sierra Leone some of my old scrap and rotting wood so they can make many more boats.

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Posted in: Uno Kanda and husband’s cell phone snapping contest See in context

Ah! typos... .

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Posted in: Uno Kanda and husband’s cell phone snapping contest See in context

That's really cute! I can think of far worse ways to express anger.

Women will adopt the ways of her chosen man. So if one won't 'mature' then one could exdamine the mirror carefully. - Personally I luv 'em. :)

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Posted in: Aging libidos require new techniques See in context

Cadmium, not admium. Sorry.

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Posted in: Aging libidos require new techniques See in context

admium

I believe the traditional Japanese method of curing a sagging libido is a mistress.

As many as you want is a good rule of thumb. And don't keep any secrets between them. Let them all know you have multiple women for dates. If you are worth it then they'll gladly tolerate it.

Another advantage of multiple females is you have to keep on your toes with who you are meeting and not getting the names etc... mixed-up. :)

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Posted in: Aging libidos require new techniques See in context

Hakujinsensei

orgasmic cries in the bathroom... from a 50 year old woman... just how many 50 year old women in japan have actually experienced an O... would love to see the stats on that. women, sound off; )

Well I don't know if age is important. Women need to learn (be taught) ways to orgasm. Women around me can choose whether to have one orgasm or to orgasm for hours. There is no reason other men can not learn to do this. I think all women can learn about it from a loving teacher. And just knowing it is possible should encourage you women to find out more about it.

over 40? better off going to soapland than trying to forget her nagging about the car, the genkan, the kitchen walls, the kids, your shrinking bonus, the dripping faucet, the cup you left on the table last night...

Sounds like a world I don't inhabit. You can see the women who have happy love-lives in the street because they stick-out. They don't look their age. It's the same for men. They say the face of a man at forty is the face he deserves, and I suspect it's something similar for women. Those people with happy sex-lives are more attractive than the rest. (I know the difference anyway).

Soapland? How utterly sad.

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Posted in: Aging libidos require new techniques See in context

The quality of sex just gets better for me. I wish it were the same for all.

Sex of the physical variety - I mean sex without love, is and always has been unsatisfying for me. I strongly advise men to read of the Tantra and tantric methods. Become one with her mentally through love and acceptance and you can control her. She'll never be the same again unless she finds another who practices the tantra - which is very rare by what I've heard.

And I agree with the article where it says that repetition is a big reason why sex becomes uninteresting. Do what I do and even if you've slept together 4,000 times, look at her as if it is the first time for you and go on a journey of discovery to find what makes her tick. It's not a game - it's openness. Look at her in the eyes and feel in yourself you are completely vulnerable and be absolutely honest with your feelings. Keep your eyes open when you make love, and a lack of kissing indicates things are soon to slide to a halt - so do something about it. (If you want to).

I feel sorry for men and women who are not satisfied with their sex lives. I appreciate that sex is a gateway into some place which is neither entirely physical or mental. She is the gate and once there you can take her inside that place.

If men knew how to make love in the truest sense of the world then more girls would find out what they are missing and demand their males to understand what they require. Yep! Make the effort and as I have made the effort I have women calling me all the time! - Seriously ... they are bored with the run-of-the-mill and in their circle of experience only I do what it is they desire. So get it you younger guys! The country is chock-a-block with lonely bored sexually frustrated women who are surrounded by mostly inept guys. Make the world a happier place by doing something to make your corner of it a little better.

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Posted in: 9 NATO troops killed in Afghanistan See in context

Afghanistan equals drugs and drugs equal money. Well-heeled Americans with dual nationality make heaps of money from poppies and they can dictate that Americans are sent to protect their concerns. Thus there will be no end to the war providing there is a market for drugs - unless drugs were legalised so there is no money to be made from them.

Another convenience of an occupied Afghanistan is access to the valuable minerals found there, and also it is seen as a good place to install a pipeline to run oil to ... to ... OH!!!! It's Israel! (What a surprise).

So Mr. & Mrs. Joe 'n Jane Sixpack you will just have to continue to be cannon-fodder for your betters. Look at it this way:- Whilst your sons are dying over there the likes of your wonderful, brave US politicians' sons can be saved.

Follow the money "Oy oy oy! just a leeeetle bit more!"

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Posted in: U.S. sailor gets life in prison for killing Japanese taxi driver See in context

regrettably, diversity seems to be working too well for you and whatever tribe you come from, too.

Diversity has always worked well. It is a pity that diversity is vanishing as people alien to a culture are thrown in and allowed to continue to follow their native ways - like the creature who murdered that taxi driver. The situation should never have been allowed to have been possible to have taken place.

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Posted in: U.S. sailor gets life in prison for killing Japanese taxi driver See in context

"Olatunbosun Ugbogu" Nice to see diversity working so well.

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Posted in: Israel says it will do anything to stop Iran from getting nuclear bomb See in context

Personally I very much doubt 'Israel' will go it alone and bomb yet another sovereign nation (Iran).

Israel would do the bombing by proxy using the US. This way the 'Jews' will appear to have no blood on their hands - as far as the TV-watching peons are concerned anyway.

The reason Iran hasn't been bombed thus far is because other methods to achieve control over Teheran haven't quite been abandoned yet. Israelis covertly infiltrating and supporting dissident groups within Iran are proving incapable of operating with sufficient stealth and though their destabilising efforts are not without successes, the Jewish agents operating in Iran are apparently being found and dealt with, so overt military action is becoming the only option remaining.

The obstacle to getting their US supporters (The whole government there + the media) - is persuading the Americans to accept that they must do it based on fomenting a reaction through inferred guilt or otherwise twanging the bleeding-hearts' harp-strings. aaThis is becoming increasingly difficult as more and more US citizens (and others) are awakening to the obvious fact that the wars in the M.E. (in particular) are not at all in anyone's interest other than those who have a vested interest in 'Israel.'

Will it be another false-flag operation? A dirty-nuke in Washington and they find an Iranian passport intact at ground-zero?

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Posted in: 8-year-old Liberian girl in U.S. shunned by family after rape See in context

The rapists were all Liberians as well. Interesting that the media doesn't like to print this information.

Isn't it great that these Africans are enriching our Western countries with their culture and traditions.

In Africa this kind of behaviour is not uncommon.

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Posted in: U.S. may create terror interrogation unit See in context

And the terrorists are??? Ordinary run-of-the-mill, educated White men.

Obama won? He was appointed by and for the Wall St gangsters who own the US.

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Posted in: Feline foursome capture 'sound of Shinjuku' See in context

Well they aren't completely lacking in talent. Almost completely void of it, but there is something there. Madame Cats, eh? Hmmm!

I found this on YOUTUBE:- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FMdFXrbZHKM

Cats' chorus is a suitable name for this group. I heard them and remembered British late-night radio and thought of the more radical groups who got on the John Peel show yonks back in he UK - the groups I tried to pretend I'd never heard. Still! Someone likes them and that's good. The girls seem to enjoy themselves as well so everyone's happy I guess. (But it's bl**dy awful really) :D

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Posted in: Mosburger See in context

"I" can tell the difference ... .

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Posted in: Mosburger See in context

Well I can't resist them! (The cute Japanese bimbos, I mean). I was bitten then smitten for life.:) But I figured afer some years that the smaller and cuter they are the more dangerous they are. Trouble is I like the bimbos who are small and cute.:)

I'm no so stupid to have gotten on the Morning-Musume band-wagon and T can tell he difference between mutton and lamb. But I reckon good on those Japanese females who make the most of what they've got.

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Posted in: 88-year-old gunman kills guard at U.S. Holocaust Museum See in context

You are seeing 'Right Wing' rising because it's what the people want!

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Posted in: 88-year-old gunman kills guard at U.S. Holocaust Museum See in context

Oh dear! How sad.:)

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Posted in: Fetish fashion See in context

Sorry, I didn't make it very clear I was quoting 'Herefornow' in my previous post. However we three agree now.

I'm getting hungry.

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Posted in: Fetish fashion See in context

"No way you'd catch me eating food that a bunch of fetish freaks had been messing with with their bare hands. The morality of this doesn't bother me one bit. But the lack of hygene sure does."

Precisely.

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Posted in: Fetish fashion See in context

Well there's nothing wierd about the concept at all in my opinion. But I would not eat food off a naked woman's skin if I didn't know her (or didn't want to get to know her).

I have never thought it strange to occasionally spice things up by playing games like this - providing all parties are happy about it, and I've done it countless times with various menus (The best is the aperatif). Rice pudding, honey & chocolate are obvious good candidates, but if one's food fetish requires hot spicy food then one ought to be careful where the Tabasco goes, and eating off armpits- shaved or unshaved is a delicacy providing no antipersperant has been applied.

Mmmmmmmmm.

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Posted in: Japan explores using cell phones to stop pandemics See in context

I'm appalled. Cell phones are harmful to humans and especially those who are young (thinner bones).

I am not all happy with being constantly tracked and my wherabouts known. Anyone with some computer savvy and a laptop could use the GPS to do any number of things I wouldn't like using the information of my location.

This to me is plainly Big Brother trying yet another way to get people tracked 24/7. Big Brother has done NOTHING which inspires trust in me and it is becoming clearer that GPS in cell phones are a step on the way to getting the population microchipped - like animals.

I have come to the opinion that cell phones are like cigarettes insomuch as in the future we will be having to deal with serious and debilitating illnesses caused by the electromagnetic pulses from this technology. - A technology I feel is potentially useful or even beneficial to our lives, but sadly made available to us in a form which is as harmful as it can be without awakening the ignorant masses.

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Posted in: WHO says swine flu pandemic is imminent See in context

Hello Moonbeams

'The 1918 virus' victims were mostly healthy people. The virus killed by overworking the immune system, so those with healthy immune systems were killed.'

Those poor saps died of the alleged vaccinations and drugs they were plied with. People who for whatever reason did not take the meds were the ones who survived.

Vaccines don't work. Germ-theory is basically flawed. Whether this new outbreak of flu (if it really exists), ... whether it was engineered in a laboratory or not, it best dealt with by your own immune system. Just use commonsense and take basic precautions like not licking door handles of public conveniences and eat well. The drugs they want you to take for these killer bugs are at best Trojan Horses and at worse they'll maim you or even kill you.

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Posted in: WHO says swine flu pandemic is imminent See in context

Oh dear government. Please save me ... Yawn

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Posted in: Health officials trying to reduce impact of swine flu See in context

'closed'

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