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Posted in: Sanders says he's running for president in 2020 See in context

He looks too old. He's been looking old for decades.

One thing that certainly doesn't help his case is all that dandruff on his collar.

I don't like him, but if he chooses Tulsi Gabbard as a running mate, why not?

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Posted in: NHK fee collector leaves threatening notes on people’s doorsteps See in context

Hmmm, the person who allegedly received this note "also happens to be a member of the Protect the Nation from NHK political party which has the sole agenda of ending this practice of door-to-door demands for money from people who might not even want to watch NHK."

I suspect this is fake news. Having said that, I can't stand the NHK guys and will never pay.

Four years ago, one of them showed up around 9:30 PM! I was already stressed out because the following morning I had to go to the hospital for surgery, so I was very impatient and told him off. He never came back!

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Posted in: Tear gas, hate speech marks 14th yellow vest protest See in context

Macron probably has less support from French citizens than Assad or Maduro have from their's.

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Posted in: Rubio warns Venezuelan soldiers to let aid enter See in context

I assume you're using the 'Russia's an invited guest, just like they are in Syria' defense, so you're saying it's OK for them to be there.

Just like it's OK for the US to have its military in Japan, Korea, and dozens of other countries. Actually, I suspect the Russian military have greater support from the citizens of host countries that the US military has.

BTW, I wonder how many times the US has urged or warned israel to allow the entry of aid to Palestine.

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Posted in: War kills over 100,000 babies a year: Save the Children See in context

Assad and Putin should rot in hell.

Oh please... our anger should be directed at the CIA, MI6, Mossad, .... they are the ones with most blood on their hands.

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Posted in: Top U.S. general cautions against talk of 'winning' against Islamic State See in context

They must never say they are winning against ISIS... because they want to continue milking the US tax payers!

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Posted in: S Korean assembly speaker says apology needed from Japanese emperor See in context

To me, it has now gotten to a point where that statue only represents a nagging Korean, rather than a "comfort woman". Enough already!

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Posted in: Shoe sniffer admits sexual kicks motivated theft spree See in context

This site has a pic of the shoes found at his place:

https://english.kyodonews.net/news/2019/02/3ef8005c5112-shoe-sniffer-admits-sexual-kicks-motivated-theft-spree.html

108 pairs of sneakers

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Posted in: EU countries step up pressure on Venezuela's defiant Maduro See in context

That cropped picture does make Guaido "appear" popular; reminds me of the toppling of the Saddam statue...

I wonder why they chose that pic? And why didn't he run in the previous election?

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Posted in: Trump says U.S. military intervention in Venezuela an option; Russia objects See in context

Any time Russia or China makes a deal with a LEGITIMATE government, the US has a fit and messes things up.

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Posted in: For Putin, an agreement with Japan would be both strategically and tactically beneficial. Negotiating a peace treaty that would include non-aggression guarantees would undermine U.S.-Japanese military cooperation, and could undercut U.S. attempts to isolate Russia economically. See in context

Negotiating a peace treaty that would include non-aggression guarantees

... perhaps like the neutrality pact between Japan and the Soviets during WWII, which the latter simply ignored at the end of the war when they declared war on a destroyed Japan and stole some islands.

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Posted in: Nagasaki's educators changing perspective on A-bomb teachings See in context

The best thing they can teach is that all wars are based on lies.

And it seems, from the above comments, that the victors never seem to confront their own lies...

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Posted in: Woman killed by train after falling from platform at Nakameguro Station had influenza See in context

Surgical masks arent effective to prevent contraction because they don't filter microscopic particles.

True, they do not filter anything as small as a virus, but they will block small droplets of you-know-what in which the viruses are swimming. They also prevent you from touching your nose and mouth.

Masks are not a guarantee, but I think they do help.

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Posted in: Man arrested for buying cup meant for ¥100 coffee but pouring ¥150 latte into it See in context

Again, as with all other SoraNews articles, I wonder whether this actually happened. Was this alleged thief actually arrested.

BTW, in the coffee machine picture, which button is for latte?

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Posted in: Boys school in Kentucky shuts down amid fallout over videos See in context

There are posts all over social media expressing the desire to punch that smirking, white kid in the face. The school's closed because of concerns about safety, the cry for the students death ( their parents,too) has come out, people's lives have been changed forever all because some people are so caught up in their own confirmation biases that they will dive head first into the mob without any real idea about what really occurred.

Indeed, and apparently there was kid that was mistakenly pointed out as the smirking kid just because he looked like him. While his family was in the middle of a family wedding, they were constantly fighting off mobs.

These SJWs are a cancer, and it's spreading fast. Let's hope it does not metastasize to Japan.

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Posted in: Israel strikes Hamas camp after border unrest, aid blocked See in context

At least 244 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli fire since March, the majority during protests and clashes. Others have died in airstrikes or shelling.

Protests and clashes in Gaza. This included kids, pregnant women, medics, and members of the press, killed by Israeli snipers.

Two Israeli soldiers have been killed over the same period, one by a Palestinian sniper and another during a botched special forces operation inside Gaza.

Strange that the use of the term sniper has only been used to refer to an alleged Palestinian sniper.

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Posted in: Man arrested for rape 11 days after release from prison for same offense See in context

Lock up this repeat offender for a very long time (life?) and only release him after castration.

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Posted in: 'Short skirts cause sexual assaults,' according to Japanese school uniform poster See in context

Seems this SoraNews article has a misleading title; "causes" is not the same as "leads to".

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Posted in: Israel slams Malaysia for banning its athletes See in context

The move is a response to human rights violations by successive Israeli governments.

Very true.

That said, there's no doubt that Mahathir's comments are anti-Semitic.

Why? They are only banning Israeli athletes; other Jewish athletes are certainly welcomed.

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Posted in: Blast claimed by Islamic State kills 19, including 4 U.S. personnel in Syria See in context

Seems whoever did this does not want the US to leave. They're trying to give the US an excuse to remain in Syria to "complete their mission".

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Posted in: 2020 Democratic primary set to intensify See in context

Hawaii Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, 37, announced her intention to run in a CNN interview that aired on Saturday.

Great news!

Go Tulsi!!!!

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Posted in: Japanese student rejects apology over university 'sex listing' See in context

I agree that Japan really objectifies women and treats them poorly.

I'd say Japan objectifies both men and women more or less equally.

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Posted in: Democrat Warren announces challenge to Trump in 2020 See in context

I think Warren has a 1/1024 chance of winning!

I hope Tulsi Gabbard runs...

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Posted in: Putin tells Trump that Moscow is open for dialogue See in context

American weapons are much superior... in terms of how rich it makes their manufacturers.

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Posted in: Nations count cost of 2018 climate change-induced disasters See in context

And addressing carbon emissions now can create jobs and economic growth...

Indeed, some will be massively enriched economically if we swallow this man-made global warming narrative.

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Posted in: Michelle Obama tops Hillary Clinton as America's most admired woman See in context

What has Michelle done to be so admired? 

Google is your friend.

Oh, I wish I hadn't done that. I came across Michelle Obama's school lunch... I feel sick now!

Oh, and I came across the Clinton Body Count and the Hillary Email scandal. I am surprised Hillary continues to do so well.

I do agree Tulsi Gabbard should have been way up there. I guess the fake news won't promote her like they did for Michelle and Hillary.

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Posted in: Nations count cost of 2018 climate change-induced disasters See in context

Climategate showed that editors were eliminated after they allowed publications skeptical of man-made climate change.

Also, researchers that published papers in support of man-made climate change expressed skepticism of it in private communications.

But hey, continue directing your attention to political ideology if you like; perhaps that's why you are not aware of the skepticism within the scientific community.

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Posted in: Michelle Obama tops Hillary Clinton as America's most admired woman See in context

What has Michelle done to be so admired?

Is it all thanks to the fake news PR?

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Posted in: Nations count cost of 2018 climate change-induced disasters See in context

Because the ideology of a political party in America has more credibility than the results of decades of study by those who have committed their lives to that study.

I have never relied on political parties, especially American ones.

Plenty of scientists have pointed out important holes in the "decades of study". And Climategate did a great job at demonstrating the corruption and bias in the climate research community.

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Posted in: Nations count cost of 2018 climate change-induced disasters See in context

Yeah, I'm sure Christian Aid only relies on real facts.....

I am not convinced that these disasters are the result of man-made greenhouse gases.

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