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Posted in: Mitsubishi Electric punishes 22 execs over inspection cheating scandal See in context

JeffLee, you know those you mentioned were big news world wide with lots of details that might affect people's lives right?

I don't see any details for this case so maybe it's pretty petty cases. Just a thought.

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Posted in: Putin declares martial law in occupied Ukraine as battle for Kherson intensifies See in context

I heard that Russian mobilized troops are getting paid $20 per day. Got the info on Youtube so not sure if it's true but hearing the state of Russia, I would'nt be surprised.

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Posted in: Japanese developer bringing bright ideas to 'smart homes' in U.S. See in context

And all those people from US thinks their matchstick houses will last 100 years. Give me a break.

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Posted in: Ukraine's Zelenskyy fires top security chief and prosecutor See in context

Give Zelensky a break for gods sake. The man is in a war and trying to run a country being attacked. If he doesn't like some of the people around him.

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Posted in: Ukrainian rockets hit Russian-held area as Kyiv readies southern counterattack See in context

It just boggles my mind that some people just don't get it. Regardless of propaganda from either side, one thing is certain, that Russia invaded Ukraine. Who is wrong regardless of Russia's reason? If I wanted to be good friend with my neighbor who my other neighbor doesn't like, does that neighbor have a right to come to my house and start rampaging? Think about it. Simple as that, nothing else should matter.

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Posted in: Biden urges Western unity on Ukraine at G7 summit See in context

A retired Russian general and military expert Lieutenant-General Evgeny Buzhinsky has warned the UK will “physically cease to exist” if a stand off with NATO triggers a nuclear World War 3. Lieutenant-General Evgeny Buzhinsky blasted British general Sir Patrick Sanders, who took charge of the UK’s land forces this week with a rallying call for troops to prepare to fight and beat Russian forces in a World War 3, reports The Mirror. “He doesn’t understand that as a result of the Third World War Britain will physically cease to exist,” said Buzhinsky.*

Didn't they say something similar before? Looks like a bunch of hogwash to me. Its time to get involved and once in for all, crush that little Putin and his cowardice army. He's waiting for the west to cave in like before but this time, we shouldnt cave in and teach that him a lesson.

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Posted in: Japanese defense chief conveys concern to China over flight with Russia See in context

Enough with these appeasements. Warn them once, if they persist, shoot them down, no questions asked.

Same with Russia or any other country. These diplomats make things more complicated than what they really are. We need to solve problems on a personal level. Things will be more smoother if we approach problems on a personal level, which means being very harsh with the words and actions. At the end, we probably are looking at WW3 anyways so let the adversary know what our intentions are. If they don't like it, so be it.

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Posted in: Don Quijote offers to welcome 100 Ukranian refugee families See in context

@aly rustom,

you should brush up on your history, those Japanese in South America were there way before world war 2.

They wend there becasue of economic hardship in Japan in late 1800 to early 1900.

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Posted in: Djokovic leaves Australia for Dubai See in context

@fxgai

Yeah, your right but, there is consequences for not being vaccinated which should be. One of them being not allowed in the country. As all the other rules put in place like not being able to dine in restaurants, not being able to attend sports venues, and etc...

Remember, majority rules. Majority makes the rules. And we, the vaccinated are the majority.

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Posted in: Fast Retailing says supplier plants in Myanmar set on fire See in context

Maybe it was run by Chinese company? They don't like Chinese there right now.

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Posted in: U.S., Japan warn China on 'coercion, destabilizing behavior' See in context

Mr Kipling: Same thing probably happening at the Weibo chat rooms too. Of course China's foreign policy is for their benefit, nobody needs to be told that, same with us and Japan. It's for our benefit so what's your point?

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Posted in: Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi, other ruling party figures detained in apparent coup See in context

All of you armchair quarterbacks should give her some leeway, after all, it's not like she can do everything at her will, the Military Junta still controls the country. We don't know what went on between her and the Military when the Rohingya crisis was unfolding. They most likely threatened her with something.

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