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Posted in: Record 16.6 mil foreigners visited Japan in 1st half of 2019 See in context

Too many tourists in some places a bit like Venice, better in remote areas,

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Posted in: Kyoto mayor posts letter to Kim Kardashian on Facebook,explaining what kimono really is See in context

American trash culture.

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Posted in: Sweet lemon bars with 'biwa' (Japanese apricot) See in context

Not anything like an apricot, bland and pithy.

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Posted in: Jetstar Japan to cancel 70 flights in June due to pilot shortage See in context

Yes it’s cheap but haven’t been inconvenienced yet after 10 years flying. Lucky!

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Posted in: 3-year-old girl falls to her death from 9th-floor apartment See in context

What a loss

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Posted in: After 91 years, Ford's Australian car production line ends See in context

Not much left out there

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Posted in: Anti-migrant force builds in Europe, hurting Merkel's quest See in context

@Jimizo

The fence may be part of the solution and allow border controls to filter out the genuine refugees from Syria to give them temporary asylum or preferably support them in the Middle East until the conflict ceases. It might just be the "final solution" (no historical reference implied) to the paralysis that has engulfed the EU. As for the Daily Mail, a rag, but it tackles politically incorrect issues and if it is only 10% right then it provides some diversity of opinion from the Guardian/BBC group think.

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Posted in: Anti-migrant force builds in Europe, hurting Merkel's quest See in context

@Jimizo

Tell us about your common sense solution.

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Posted in: Anti-migrant force builds in Europe, hurting Merkel's quest See in context

The final solution..... a fence. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3447858/Czech-Republic-Slovakia-Hungary-Poland-meet-discuss-creating-blockade-stop-migrants-arriving-Greece.html#ixzz40Gf4mdG2

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Posted in: Some Australian asylum seekers to be deported have cancer, terminal illnesses See in context

Australians are a heartless lot but I was surprised to learn that they are taking 25,000 refugees through the UN this year.

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Posted in: Obama visits U.S. mosque; says impression of Muslims distorted See in context

The good thing is that Obama is on the way out, good riddance.

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Posted in: Mass expulsions ahead for Europe as migrant crisis grows See in context

Just saw on the BBC Finland is having a clean out as well. 2 out of 3 2015 arrivals to go.

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Posted in: Mass expulsions ahead for Europe as migrant crisis grows See in context

The big round up has begun, expect stone throwing and tyre burning. Germany is next.

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Posted in: Germany proposes short-term jobs for half a million Syrian refugees See in context

@PTownsend White christians aside what do you think of Germany's proposal?

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Posted in: Ford to pull out of Japan, Indonesia See in context

I bought a Ford the same time as my neighbours bought Toyota and Mazda. For the 8 years I owned it, it was in the shop 19 times to fix "issues with this particular model" and my neighbours never took their's to the shop apart from regular servicing. What a dreadful car this Ford was, never again....

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Posted in: Islamic State video claims to show Paris attackers, threatens Britain See in context

@ Strangerland Ever the optimist.

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Posted in: In Norway, migrants get courses on respecting women See in context

This is an old story, I read about this a year ago. Pitiful situation still and proponents of mass immigration still don't get it with their cultural vibrancy arguments.

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Posted in: Germany confirms most mob attack suspects were asylum seekers See in context

This is what happens when up to a million muslim men come from places where women are dressed in tents and those that aren't are considered "uncovered meat for the taking". Bad times coming to Germany.

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Posted in: Japan, wary of outsiders, keeps doors closed to refugees See in context

I have just spent a month in Germany visiting family, and I saw it for my own eyes. Japan will not make the same mistake as the hand wringers would have them do.

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Posted in: Czech leader calls migrant wave in Europe an 'organised invasion' See in context

@Blackbird439 So these figures were published, could cite the source?

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Posted in: Czech leader calls migrant wave in Europe an 'organised invasion' See in context

@Blackbird439 " the majority of Syrian refugees are educated, middle to upper-class professionals" could you reveal the source of this data?

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Posted in: Japan should accept more refugees, fix asylum system: UNHCR See in context

Antonio Guterres is from Portugal I think and the last time I looked Portugal has taken about 40 refugees ( I might be wrong). He travels the world trying to spread middle eastern misery to the West. Don't think it will happen in Japan. I just saw that Sweden has shut the gates, must be something in it.

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Posted in: EU leaders criticize each other at summit on refugees See in context

Merkel's social experiment is falling apart.

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Posted in: Thousands rally at German protest against refugees, Islam See in context

@MarkG The number of family members seeking reunion is between 4 to 8 for a middle eastern family.(In the report leaked last week estimating 1.5 million migrants this year). Just the beginning of the protest.

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Posted in: Australian mosque leader tells violent Muslims to leave country See in context

@Peace Out You seem to have an intimate knowledge of these matters, you should go to Australia as a media spokesperson for the Muslim community, they sorely need one that can articulate their case.

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Posted in: 26-year-old man arrested for assaulting 8-year-old girl See in context

Remove the lower body parts....

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Posted in: East European leaders in war of words as migrants pour across borders See in context

@Peace Out There is an element of 'give me that for free and forever" in all this. The Western world can solve all my problems it only you let me get at the stuff.

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Posted in: East European leaders in war of words as migrants pour across borders See in context

@ Peace Out. Someone else gets to pay for the "comfortable life and education" she desires.

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Posted in: Hungarian police clash with migrants at Serbian border See in context

The stone throwers would make particularly good citizens, Germany is welcome to them.

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