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Posted in: Quebec premier: Adding immigrants who do not speak French would be 'suicidal' See in context

and hes not wrong.

In fact, you can say this about any immigrant who does not share similar language or values to any western country.

The left will say you are a horrible Nazi, but Legault is Francophone so he gets pass.

Sweden said as much a few months ago. But their government are feminist/socialist, so they get a pass, too.

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Posted in: Japan simplifies COVID tracking to focus on elderly, high-risk people See in context

I've been saying this since March 2020.

Which made absolutely no sense at the time,

The Great Barrington Declaration.

The Declaration has been signed by Professors Jay Bhattacharya of Stanford University, Sunetra Gupta of Oxford University, and Martin Kulldorff of Harvard University, argue that societies across the globe should reopen immediately and completely. Along with 3,089 other medical and public health scientists, 4,532 medical practitioners. (You know, actual doctors and experts in virus epidemiology)

It was signed on October 4, 2020

It made perfect sense at the time to actual experts, not the keyboard charlatans.

They were ignored.

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Posted in: Slain ex-PM Abe honored at divisive state funeral See in context

A beautiful service and send-off to a national hero.

RIP, Mr Prime Minister.

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Posted in: Man arrested for stabbing two minors over cannabis trafficking See in context

Just legalize it , maaaaaaaan. Then it'll all be totally raaaaaaaaad, man.

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Posted in: Celebrities coming back to White House after Trump drought See in context

"Celebrities coming back to White House after Trump drought"

Then lists 75 year-old Elton John and 74 year-old James Taylor.

as the kids say these days; LOL!

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Posted in: Man arrested for stabbing two minors over cannabis trafficking See in context

Subtitle: Things that could be solved in an instant by legalization if there was the political will and financial incentive to do so.

Nope. Regulat teen cannabis users are more than FIVE times as likely to have psychotic-like symptoms as non-users, even after adjusting for other factors.

Leave this garbage out of Japan. Let other countries poison their youth if they want to.

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Posted in: Celebrities coming back to White House after Trump drought See in context

As do centrists, and with the GOP having gone extreme-far-right, many of the right-of-centrists love the leftists these days.

In fact, the only people who support the extremists in the GOP, are extremists.

"Everyone who disagrees with me is an extremist!!"

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Posted in: Khmer Rouge tribunal ending work after 16 years, 3 judgments See in context

Another one left out of the history books. Cambodia was a thriving developing country until the US started their little Soviet/China communism adventure. Today? Same US adventure, different players. Warmongers are united.

An oft-claimed but completely fabricated story from Stalinists who will say anything to deflect away from their cancerous ideology.

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Posted in: Khmer Rouge tribunal ending work after 16 years, 3 judgments See in context

the Khmer Rouge carried out a reign of terror to establish a utopian agrarian society, causing Cambodians' deaths from execution, starvation and inadequate medical care. It was ousted from power in 1979 by an invasion from neighboring communist state Vietnam.

This rather tame explanation by AP is quite telling. They're hoping people don't search a little deeper in the history books.

In fact, the communist Khmer Rouge killed around 2 million of their own people, around 25% of the entire population. Some estimates claim 3 million. The KR destroyed the family unit and enlisted children to carry out many of the most heinous acts.

Child Soldiers in Genocidal Regimes: The Cases of

the Khmer Rouge and the Hutu Power

Péter KLEMENSITS, Ráchel CZIRJÁK

coscription concerned 10–12 year-olds, who after indoctrination were to be the most brutal cadres of the regime at the ages of 12–15. There are no records available for how many chil- dren were used as combatants in Cambodia, but their numbers can be estimated as tens of thousands during the 1970s and 1980s.8 For the brutal Khmer Rouge regime the youth were the perfect soldiers as “it is [...] easy for the commanders to give orders because the children did not have a conscience and are illiterate [...] they don’t know what is good what is bad. So, they simply follow the orders the commanders give them.” 

THIS is communism in a nutshell.

Never forget and never assume it can't happen again.

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Posted in: Japanese man sets himself on fire in apparent protest at Abe's state funeral See in context

""Ordinary" citizens don't set themselves on fire. For any reason."

But extraordinary ones do.

you spelled mentally ill wrong.

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Posted in: 62 and 700: Judge, Pujols closing in on home run milestones See in context

@kaimychal although your entire premise that steroids don't give an advantage is totally bogus as I've pointed out, I DO agree with your conclusion at the end of your post.

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Posted in: 62 and 700: Judge, Pujols closing in on home run milestones See in context

@kaimycahl - unless you've played pro ball, you aren't allowed to comment on mlb?

So, what was it? Did you make the big leagues or were you stuck at triple A? What organization did you play for?

Meanwhile back on earth, I played competitively up until a rotator cuff injury ended my playing career in high school. Was a pretty good shortstop if I do say so myself.

Its clear you have very little idea about the sport and the history of the sport.

Bonds, McGuire and Sosa all ballooned in muscle mass over the same few years in the steroid era. Starting right around '96.

Sosa and Bonds, as a matter of fact, were lean, 185lbs or so. Sosa was a peripheral minor leaguer at best and suddenly hit 66 home runs. Was found to have corked his bat as well. Without steroids, you'd have never heard of his name.

Bonds was a consistent 30-35 home run guy until he started doping. Nothing approaching the ridiculous number of 60.

Mcguire was a solid homerun hitter whose personal best was 49 up until '96 when the steroid era kicked into high gear.

Suddenly hes hitting 60-70 a year.

But you didn't know any of this, did you?

Thats because you're not a student of the game like I am.

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Posted in: 62 and 700: Judge, Pujols closing in on home run milestones See in context

I'm not a Yankee fan by any stretch, but I'd like to see Judge break the record. Seems like a genuinely likable guy who has done it the right way, unlike cheaters Bonds, Sosa and McGuire.

All 3 should have been erased from the record books years ago.

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Posted in: It’s time to talk about no-mask anxiety See in context

Health and safety at work. Students no masks in classrooms. Teacher gets c19 from class, goes to staff room, gives it to others teachers, teachers go home... teachers, their kids, partner, parents get sick from c19. No teachers. In school.. Big trouble.

2020 just called. It wants its debunked argument back

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Posted in: Israel attacks Damascus airport; five soldiers killed, Syria says See in context

the "WW3 starts in ME" theory died long ago with the Soviet Union.

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Posted in: 60% of people with foreign roots questioned by Japanese police: survey See in context

I was subjected to interrogation five times in the 18 years I live in Japan and I am neither of African or Latin American descent. I was held for over two hours one time for grabbing a creep with his phone stuck up a high school girl’s butt on an escalator at a train station. The let the creep go in 20 minutes. They called my wife, my boss, checked all my ID and treated me like I was the criminal. At the end of it all one of the police said to me, “Stay out of Japanese business.” That is a totally racist comment.

FIVE times interrogated in just 18 years?

Not just stopped, but interrogated?

I think there is much more you're NOT telling us.

The fact is, racial profiling works. They profile certain groups because thats where the bulk of crimes are coming from. In this case illegal aliens or those overstaying their visas.

Take a look at the state of NY or London after they dropped stop and search. Crime rates exploded.

Racial profiling works.

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Posted in: Israel attacks Damascus airport; five soldiers killed, Syria says See in context

Meanwhile US-supported Israel continues to help bring us all closer to WWIII.

@Legrande - please explain just how this localized conflict could escalate into WW3.

(This should be interesting)

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Posted in: Awareness of discrimination against women has increased. Organizers worried that they would not be able to gain social support if the situation remained unchanged. See in context

The cancerous woke ideology is slowly and surely making inroads to Japan.

Nobody, and I mean nobody, wants to see a beauty pageant with a trans winner (which of course, it will end up being)

These leftist lunatics suck the fun out of everything.

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Posted in: Israel attacks Damascus airport; five soldiers killed, Syria says See in context

How dare Israel defend itself.

Don't they know they are supposed to lie down and die?

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Posted in: Chinese delegation barred from queen's coffin See in context

This is correct. The CCP is not much worse than Stalin's Russia or Hitler's Germany.

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Posted in: Is a completely cashless society desirable? See in context

How sad all the rich people who don't have to work must be. Imagine having the time to do whatever you want, and the money to do it with. No worries about paying the rent or the mortgage or anything else.

How disastrous for them.

This right here is why lazy people fail. Its why socialism fails and fails again.

They think the rich and successful got to where they are in life with an attitude that says "Once I have enough money, I'm just going to switch off and sit on the sofa"

It denies human nature, itself.

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Posted in: Is a completely cashless society desirable? See in context

When freed up from work people can take up other pursuits.

like what?

What purpose will they have in life if theres nothing to work for?

How fulfilling would nothing but down time be for the average human?

Would this not be disastrous?

Have you really thought this through?

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Posted in: Is a completely cashless society desirable? See in context

some people are so familiar with the past they can see the future very clearly.

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Posted in: Is a completely cashless society desirable? See in context

I live in Australia now. I've had the same $20 in my wallet for months. Every shop has direct debit. Taxis are aslo direct debit. I work for myself and have a portable direct debit machine that connects to my phone, which is how I get paid for my jobs. Everythig is done online. Registering your car, paying bills and fines, renewing your licence, paying tax and tax returns and, all the city hall rigmarole. I've registered a couple of cars in Japan, It takes half a day (or longer) hopping from building to building on the red stamp trail. It's a joke! It takes me ten minutes to register my car online, including third party insurance. Vehicle inspection checks are uploaded by the mechanic. I've got in line with the hundreds of other people at the Japanese licence center to renew my licence and it also takes half a day. It takes five minutes to do online in Australia. All the stuff that takes days to sort out at the Japanese shiakusho (city hall) are done online in ten minutes. If Japan was to update all these systems tens of thousands of people would be out of work and thousands of tons of paper and red ink could be discarded. All these things are available in Australia because of a direct debit network. It has nothing to do with holding onto your money for security. Any purchase or cash withdrawal over $100 made by card requires a PIN. All the banks have apps that you control your account with. You can cancel a card in seconds if it's lost or stolen.

Its 2030 and Disillusioned's electric car has refused a charge due to gov't blackouts. He must now walk to the supermarket where his cash card purchase of meat has been rejected because records show he has had his allotment for the month. Insured he settles for crickets. His cash card purchase of crickets has been cancelled because they are now classified as "meat" by the government.

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Posted in: Is a completely cashless society desirable? See in context

The abolition of money is desirable.

When the communist has nothing, he has nothing to lose.

A cashless society is desirable only for globalists and the weaklings who wish to be controlled.

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Posted in: Albert Pujols cements place in history with HR No. 697 See in context

momentous event deserving of top headline status.

I'll always remember where I was when I heard the news..

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Posted in: Japan to remove entry cap in 'not-so-distant future,' official says See in context

Or possibly that a thing called 'circumstances' can do something called 'change'.

translation; cowardice and fear-mongering precipitated the most shameful 3 years in the west's modern history.

It revealed the character, or lack of, in a great many people.

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Posted in: Japan to remove entry cap in 'not-so-distant future,' official says See in context

More tacit acknowledgement that any and all preventative measures have been arbitrary and useless.

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Posted in: Countries around the world are being increasingly hit by record heat, flash floods and droughts. Scientists say these weather variations are becoming more extreme due to global warming, which is being driven chiefly by humanity's use of fossil fuels. Do you agree? See in context

anyone remember the big Acid Rain! (TM) scare of the early 80's?

They don't care it was disproven. They will simply put their heads down and move on to the latest lie.

Case in point;

https://dailysceptic.org/2022/09/10/eight-year-trend-in-global-cooling-shown-by-satellite-record/

Don't believe the communists, people.

They think you're stupid.

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Posted in: Countries around the world are being increasingly hit by record heat, flash floods and droughts. Scientists say these weather variations are becoming more extreme due to global warming, which is being driven chiefly by humanity's use of fossil fuels. Do you agree? See in context

Scientists with a combined trillion hours of studying and research has come to a conclusion

No Atlantic storms in August for the first time in 25 years would be a talking point for climate change not against it.

The climate alarmist (Communist) will make statements like this with a straight face and then wonder why no one takes them seriously.

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