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Posted in: Iranian MP offers $3 mil to anyone who kills Trump: report See in context

This worries me. Perhaps US intelligence will carry it out, and put all the blame on some patsy, who will suddenly have Iranian-linked stuff on his PC...

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Posted in: Thousands of armed U.S. gun rights activists join peaceful Virginia rally See in context

I don't like guns, but don't pretend the government wants an unarmed population just to protect people.

Indeed, and the Bernie camp made very clear what they would like to do to the American people.


Americans better hold onto their guns.

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Posted in: Trump calls for more from Japan as security pact turns 60 years old See in context

Well of course. In June last year, Trump complained that under the pact, even if the United States were attacked, Japan would not be required to help and could "watch it on a Sony television."

We saw examples where the US was attacked, and their own military did nothing, they let it happen (e.g., 2001/09/11 and 1967/06/08). Japan should not rely on such protection, the US military could very well stand down and let an attack against Japan happen.

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Posted in: Gun-rights activists gear up for show of force in Virginia See in context

Dr. King wasn’t fighting for indiscriminate murder, FYI. You are.

Pro-second amendment does not equal pro-indiscriminate murder.

Americans better hold onto their guns, especially considering who is really behind the "democratic" party:


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Posted in: Women who have more sex have lower risk of early menopause: research See in context

Correlation does not imply causation...

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Posted in: Britain, France, Germany formally accuse Iran of breaking nuclear deal See in context

"We know exactly what is happening with the Iranian nuclear program. Iran thinks it can achieve nuclear weapons. I reiterate: Israel will not allow Iran to achieve nuclear weapons," Netanyahu said.

... but we must all allow Israel to have nuclear weapons; and rather than sanctions, we'll give them billions in aid every year.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic ticket designs unveiled See in context

Is that a 2 legged horse in the 3rd ticket from the left?

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Posted in: Washington turns down Iraqi call to remove troops See in context

The US never had any legitimate reason for being there in the first place. Unfortunately, the US is bankrupt and must continue to steal other countries' resources.

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Posted in: U.S., Iran step back from the brink; region still on edge See in context

Great move by Trump. This is the best slap to Nansi and to the left. Obama paid 200 billion and hard cash 1.8 billion to Iran. That is the money of US tax payers.

I keep on hearing about Obama giving money to Iran. But the money that was handed over to Iran with the deal was Iranian money that was seized by the US, not from US taxpayers. If you really are concerned about US taxpayers' money, how about the billions that are given to Israel every year?

Anyway, I suspect Trump is delaying an all out war with Iran because he is using the situation to negotiate something; perhaps with the Israeli government to offer immunity to his friend Netanyahu. If he gives them now what they are demanding from him, he will have left to negotiate with.

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Posted in: Iran attacks U.S. forces in Iraq in retaliation for killing of commander See in context

U.S. officials have said Soleimani was killed because of solid intelligence indicating forces under his command planned attacks on U.S. targets in the region, although they have provided no evidence.

Sounds like something we heard before. Something about weapons of mass destruction that were never found.

Yeah, they have never ever provided any proof for any of their claims over the past several decades. I'm amazed by how many people keep falling for it.

Apparently, Trump had contacted the Iraqi leader to arrange a meeting between Soleimani and Iraqi and US officials to try to reduce tensions after the embassy attack; and Soleimani was on his way to that meeting when he was murdered. If this is true, the US side has demonstrated extreme deception.

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Posted in: Iran attacks U.S. forces in Iraq in retaliation for killing of commander See in context

You mean provoking another nation for the sole purpose of initiating conflict might result in retaliation? Who knew?

Vote Democrat in 2020!

Democrats are not any better; probably worse actually.

If Hillary had won in 2016, the US would have long been at war already.

This is not the time for Trump bashing but uniting as a country, regardless of who is in office or Congress. We must stand united at all times against any kinds of threats period.

Indeed, all Americans must unite against those who have been making Trump (and Obama, Bush, Clinton,...) do crazy evil things that have cost the US tremendously.

And we all know who they are...

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Posted in: U.S. strike on Iran could have consequences in North Korea See in context

Soleimani was eliminated because he was effective at fighting ISIS. The US needs ISIS to justify their presence there.

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Posted in: Ex-TV reporter appeals against ruling in Japan #MeToo case See in context

I initially refused to pass judgement because I did not know what really happened in the hotel room. But if it is true that, as some have mentioned, he was filmed at the hotel carrying the woman then he clearly raped her and deserves everything that is being thrown at him.

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Posted in: Do you think Carlos Ghosn did the right thing by fleeing from Japan while out on bail? See in context

Yes if he was guilty; no if he was innocent.

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Posted in: Iraq wants foreign troops out after air strike; Trump threatens sanctions See in context

Soleimani was murdered because he was fighting against ISIS, which is a US-Israel-Saudi proxy...

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Posted in: Iraq wants foreign troops out after air strike; Trump threatens sanctions See in context

The twin developments could bring Iran closer to building an atomic bomb

Yeah, Iran could but they never showed any signs of wanting nuclear weapons...

What these developments have done is bring the US and Iran closer to war, which is what Trump's masters have demanded of him from the start.

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Posted in: American strike in Iraq prompts anti-war protests in U.S. cities See in context

Soleimani killed hundreds and wounded thousands. Death was the correct ending,

If military commanders responsible for the killing of hundreds deserve death, does this also apply when the killed commanders are American?

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Posted in: Gunman shot dead by parishioners in Texas church attack See in context

What surprises me is not that this happened, but rather that they are actually reporting this clear example of a good guy with a gun saving lives. Usually, these things are swept under the rug.

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Posted in: U.S. strikes in Iraq, Syria target Iranian-backed Shiite Muslim militia group See in context

Why doesn't the US ever strike Al Qaida positions in Idlib?

Interesting that.

I guess they want to minimize friendly fire...

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Posted in: Time and cost of relocation of U.S. base in Okinawa to double See in context

Waste of money. Just tell them to go away...

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Posted in: Israel to grant holiday travel permits to Gaza Christians See in context

I wonder if this "great generosity" has anything to do with the recent announcement that the ICC will FINALLY investigate Israeli crimes.


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Posted in: Israel to grant holiday travel permits to Gaza Christians See in context

Foul that the terrorist state waited so long to grant this basic human right to the Palestinians.

Yes, and foul that the rest of the world continues to put up with this terrorist state.

And why are the Israelis responsible for Palestinian civil affairs???

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Posted in: Putin calls Japan-U.S. security alliance a threat See in context

Where was Putin after the war? What did they do to help Japan recover and move on?

It was the US that caused all the damage that needed to be recovered from.

Japan will never allow the USA to base nuclear armed missiles in Japan. NEVER!!

The will never "knowingly" allow it...

Anyway, Russia has been a stabilizing force throughout the world. Japan should finally put an end to the US occupation and get rid of all US military presence, and then further strengthen its relationship with Russia. The sooner the better.

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Posted in: Divided U.S. House impeaches Trump for abuse of power See in context

Great. Hopefully during the trial they will get to the bottom of the Ukraine corruption and how the Bidens and the DNC sucked billions out of Ukraine.

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Posted in: Disgraced Weinstein says world forgets he 'pioneered' women in film See in context

Ah, the poor guy, looking so pitiful with his walker. He was then spotted shopping without it, walking around with ease. "Surprising" that he would resort to such deceit...

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Posted in: Japan drops to 121st in 2019 gender equality ranking See in context

Is this a bad thing?

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Posted in: Instagram says will fight misinformation with fact-check allies See in context

Another example of the powers-that-be trying to control the narrative. They will allow all the misinformation that they approve, and label anything they don't like as "false".

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Posted in: Twitter backs overhaul of social media to stem disinformation See in context

Whole point of social media is meant to be anonymity and freedom to say what you want. The fact that it brings out the worst in some folks is a statement on people, not the medium. Once moderated it is likely to quickly lose its allure.

The usually bring up examples of the worst of people as an excuse ban people, but in reality they end up banning lots of good folks (many are not anonymous) who never said anything bad, just because certain people did not like it.

But I agree that they are quickly losing their allure, and many people are moving towards alternative sites to get the information they want/need.

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Posted in: Twitter backs overhaul of social media to stem disinformation See in context

This is just to help the powers-that-be control the narrative.

If they were sincere about "stemming disinformation", they would block practically everything from the mainstream media and politicians...

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Posted in: Some people prefer to say holiday tree instead of Christmas tree. What's your view on this? See in context

It's a Christmas tree. Merry Christmas everyone!

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