Manuel Moreira comments

Posted in: Missing Hokkaido boy found alive in SDF hut in forest after 6 days See in context

His parents should be ashamed!

Btw for people wondering, you can surrive between 7 to 9 days without food but only 2 dys without water

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Posted in: Panasonic to recognize employee same-sex marriages See in context

Amazing news!!! Well done Panasonic :D

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Posted in: Kentucky clerk who fought gay marriage released from jail See in context

She refuses to do her job, disobeys court orders, refuses to quit despite not doing her job and demands to keep getting paid.. I say jail her again -.-"

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Posted in: Is Japan ready for same-sex marriage? See in context

Yes, Japan seems more than ready, it's just the old government that is stuck up in the past

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Posted in: U.S. urges Russians to focus airstrikes on Islamic State See in context

Since Russia attacked it's mostly been attacking anti-Assad democratic rebels rather than ISIS, one of the evidences for that is that ISIS has now been growing in many of those areas since the only opposition ISIS had on those areas were anti-Assad fighters and not Assad.

Russia is simply trying to keep a dictator they are allied with in power!

Note: Don't defend Assad to me! One of my closest friends is a Syrian refugee, his brother was tortured to death by Assad's forces, I have no sympathy for that dictator nor russia!

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Posted in: Corporates raise LGBT flag in Japan See in context

I am very happy to see such positive change

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Posted in: Japan marks 70th anniversary of Hiroshima atomic bombing See in context

I posted this on another article.. I will post it here to just for the sake of it since it expresses well what I view of this...

"The bombings were not necessary, Japan had nearly depleted its natural resources and was losing the fight.

Japan was going to be defeated and America knew it, also Hiroshima and Nagasaki were hardly worthy targets of an attack if the goal was to indeed win the war.

The only true reason they bombed Japan was to see the effects it would have on humas (hence the planes had cameras and such to study the population).

As soon as the first bomb exploded the US President warned the Soviet leader to back off from West Germany, as the USA and major EUropean powers were worried that the Soviet Union was preparing to exert greater influence in the West of Germany and therefore Europe.

The first bomb was basically a warning, the second was just to show off they had more..

Racism played a certain elemet in to it as the USA thought "They're just Japs" therefore felt it to be acceptable to use Japanese people like lab rats.

Important to notice that Germans were much less harshly treated than the Japanese, war criminals included. With many German nazis having escaped punishment rather easily."

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Posted in: By The Numbers: The atomic bombing of Hiroshima See in context

The bombings were not necessary, Japan had nearly depleted its natural resources and was losing the fight.

Japan was going to be defeated and America knew it, also Hiroshima and Nagasaki were hardly worthy targets of an attack if the goal was to indeed win the war.

The only true reason they bombed Japan was to see the effects it would have on humas (hence the planes had cameras and such to study the population).

As soon as the first bomb exploded the US President warned the Soviet leader to back off from West Germany, as the USA and major EUropean powers were worried that the Soviet Union was preparing to exert greater influence in the West of Germany and therefore Europe.

The first bomb was basically a warning, the second was just to show off they had more..

Racism played a certain elemet in to it as the USA thought "They're just Japs" therefore felt it to be acceptable to use Japanese people like lab rats.

Important to notice that Germans were much less harshly treated than the Japanese, war criminals included. With many German nazis having escape punishment rather easily.

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Posted in: KDDI to extend family discounts to same-sex couples See in context

Congrats KDDI, it's good to know that slowly companies are opening up to all humans, and maybe one day we will see a of Japan recognising full equal rights for LGBT* people :D

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Posted in: Male nipples become tools of 'sexual harassment' during summer, complain Japanese women See in context

By the love of... NIPPLES ARE JUST NIPPLES!!!

They're not a sexual assault gun or whatever you wana see it as!

Stop treating the human body with such fear and disgust -.-

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Posted in: Even Christian evangelicals are warming to gay marriage See in context

Xtiait will ever change, it is evil and bigoted to the core!

Glad I'ma liberal gay atheist who accepts all except bigots! :D

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Posted in: Cross-dressing Conchita Wurst visits Shibuya mayor See in context

Conchita is awesome!

Japan is thankfully evolving to become more accepting of all sorts of people ^^

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Posted in: Gay couple sue for recognition in South Korea See in context

Sadly Korea is a very homophobic and racist country so I am not very optimistic :c

But I wish them luck!

Hopefully they would be able to have their marriage recognised, but doesn't seem like it :c

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Posted in: Teacher who buried kittens alive charged with violating animal cruelty law See in context

Oh this is sickening. What a horrible person,a dn to make matters worse he made his students partake in this gruesome act!

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Posted in: Lesbian couple hold symbolic wedding ceremony in Tokyo See in context

So sad to see so many homophobic and ignorant remarks here about their love or their ability to raise children succesfully.

Sexual orientation or gender identity doesn't make a person any less of a human being or loving parent.

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Posted in: Lesbian couple hold symbolic wedding ceremony in Tokyo See in context

Hope soon their marriage will be recongised.

Love is the most beautiful and natural thing, we should all cherish and protect it.

I say I DO to gay marriage

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Posted in: Vagina kayak artist denies obscenity charges See in context

ALL GENITALS MUST BE FREE!!!

Enough with censuring artist or porn, the human body is natural people!

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Posted in: 20 prefectural and local assemblies in Japan have urged the Japanese government to make hate speech illegal. Do you think hate speech should be illegal? See in context

Yes, too often freedom of speech has been abused to promote hatred and prejudice and violence. While we must all be free to express our oppinions that does not grant us the right to call on violence and hatred against an entire group.

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Posted in: Hillary Clinton launches presidential campaign See in context

GO HILLLARY!!!! <3

It's either Hillary or the misogynist, homophobic, backwards, bible-thumping republicans.

Hillary Clinton will be a great president! <3

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Posted in: Do you support same-sex marriages? See in context

YES!!!! Love is love people. The important thing is that when you are in love you should be able to celebrate that love like everybody else.

Yes to same-sex marriage. Let us all respect and support love! :D

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Posted in: Tokyo ward 1st in Japan to recognize same sex marriage See in context

Congratulations Shibuya!!! :D I do hope soon though gay marriage will finally be legal in Japan and be considered 100% equal to a straight marriage and be legally binding.

Equality for all!!!

Japan is changing a lot, and soo debating gay rights won't be needed anymore, I dream of the day we can all have our rights respected and be given all support and love that we need

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