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Posted in: Iranian parliament labels entire U.S. military as terrorist See in context

Most of the world already knows US military are terriorists.

Yes, they certainly are more terrorist than Iran's Revolutionary Guard.

[US] Soldiers are just doing their jobs and following orders. They are not to blame. The ones that give the orders and create the conditions are the real terrorists. Both military, and political leaders.

Perhaps, but I have trouble believing that they would be so intellectually challenged to not realize that they are being used for evil goals by their leaders.

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Posted in: IS claims responsibility for Sri Lanka blasts; officials believe they were revenge for NZ mosque killings See in context

I'm not buying it.

But I am very suspicious of all the attacks against churches in France and elsewhere. It seems like some are intentionally trying to fuel a conflict between Christians and Muslims.

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Posted in: U.S. to sanction 5 nations, including Japan, if they import Iranian oil See in context

Has nothing to do with Trump. Say that to the last 5 Presidents, Left or Right.

It has all to do with Israel, which has had a strangle hold on Trump and all past presidents since at least WWII (except perhaps JFK).

If I seem to recall, all of this huffing and puffing is just based on what Trump thinks, absolutely no evidence. The nuclear deal, which saw Iran stopping its enrichment of uranium, and was praised across the world as the step towards deescalating tensions in the region was halted by Trump. The entire current situation over there was started by him in the first place..

Oh no, these are not Trump's thoughts. He is told what to say.

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Posted in: Polanski asks court to restore his film academy membership See in context

pleading guilty to unlawful sex with a minor

What Polanski did was more than sex with a minor. He's vile and belongs in jail, not in the academy.

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Posted in: Japanese police officer gets pay cut for using dating app to see several men See in context

Moral of the story: never confide to your supervisor.

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Posted in: Man with gas cans, lighters arrested inside New York's St Patrick's Cathedral See in context

The guy is "Marc Lamparello, 37, of New Jersey" according to:

https://nypost.com/2019/04/17/man-arrested-after-walking-into-st-patricks-cathedral-with-gas-cans/

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Posted in: Macron hopes that France will rebuild Notre Dame in 5 years See in context

"We will rebuild Notre Dame even more beautifully and I want it to be completed in five years, we can do it," Macron said. "It is up to us to convert this disaster into an opportunity to come together, having deeply reflected on what we have been and what we have to be and become better than we are. It is up to us to find the thread of our national project."

Oh dear, I hope they won't convert this into something inclusive that combines all the different religions.

Anyway, I hope they will look at whether this incident is linked to the many recent church fires in France.

BTW, those tennis balls on the tripod are really classy.

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Posted in: Japan, U.S. struggle to find crashed stealth fighter jet and its 'secrets' See in context

"Find it before China or Russia do. They would love to use this technology of F35-A against USA and Japan or copy it." 

Yes China and Russia always want failed US technology.

Yeah, they want to study it to know what NOT to do...

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Posted in: Half of foreigners in Tokyo have experienced discrimination: survey See in context

In the survey conducted by the Anti Racism Information Center,

I trust this group (well really, just one guy) about as much as I’d trust the KKK (took my daddy away), which is never.

Indeed. If the survey concluded there was no (or very little) discrimination, then the group would cease to exist, or it would at least be very difficult to get funding...

It's in the group's interest for discrimination to be a major problem.

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Posted in: YouTube accidentally links Notre-Dame fire to 9/11 attacks See in context

The panels are supposed to combat misleading videos about well-known events -- such as the first successful manned landing on the moon -- by presenting the true facts, in a bid to stop the spread of conspiracy theories.

Yeah, they want to only present the "truth" that the powers that be want the people see. The real truth does not need this kind of protection.

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Posted in: WikiLeaks founder Assange arrested at Ecuador embassy in London See in context

Wikileaks is only a publisher. The only difference between Wikileaks and mainstream publishers is that Wikileaks does not publish fake news.

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Posted in: U.S. charges Assange after London arrest ends 7 years in Ecuador embassy See in context

The next few days might be interesting. I suspect Wikileaks has been holding onto documents that will now be released in retaliation...

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Posted in: U.S. charges Assange after London arrest ends 7 years in Ecuador embassy See in context

Who will the Russians use in the next election to leak their hacked e-mails?

The E-mails came from Seth Rich, not Russia.

I wonder if Trump will pardon Assange; it would help him win the election.

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Posted in: 3 American soldiers, 1 U.S. contractor killed in Afghanistan See in context

Why are they still there? Really.

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Posted in: U.S. to designate Iran Revolutionary Guard a terrorist group See in context

Anyway, they claimed that in 2001, the US planned out 7 wars since fewer things get the voters behind a President and help the economy more than a war and weapon sales overseas. A war with Iran was in the list.

Yeah, Retired General Wesley Clark mentioned a classified memo that describes "how we’re going to take out seven countries in five years, starting with Iraq, and then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and, finishing off, Iran.”

Considering how it is widely accepted that other countries on that list were taken out with wars started on "faulty intelligence" (lies), I suspect they are following the same MO for Iran.

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Posted in: High school teacher in hot water after forcibly giving male student a buzz cut See in context

So the principal was not aware of this teacher's actions until parents complained?

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Posted in: Biden says he'll be more mindful of respecting personal space See in context

It wasnt just “a close acquaintance”, itsany female that happens to be within reach - check out youtube. And he did it A LOT.

Indeed, there are lots of videos showing how creepy he is; it's not just affection. The hair sniffing, ear kissing, and fondling young girls...

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Posted in: New recruits mark 1st day at work across Japan as fiscal 2019 begins See in context

Go to the third seat from left to right, then third row! Someone needs some sunlight

I think she's wearing a mask...

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Posted in: Facebook bans white nationalism, white separatism on its platforms See in context

Does anyone still use FB?

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Posted in: Israel-Hamas cross-border fighting renews after lull See in context

Yeah! Why does the US give Israel so much cash?

I believe a significant portion of the billions israel receives yearly from American taxpayers finds its way back in the US, where it is used to bribe and help elect supporters of israel.

But, given that the Israeli regime attacked the civilian population of Gaza on Sunday, the 'violence' has been declared to have started on Monday for some strange reason.

Yeah, for some strange reason the MSM clock always starts when the Palestinians (or other group the israelis hate) do something; and everything the israelis have ever done has always been in response to that, or so they say...

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Posted in: Trump recognizes Golan Heights as Israeli, boosting Netanyahu and angering Syria See in context

Could the millions Sheldon Adelson and others gave the Trump election campaign have possibly influenced his decisions regarding Israel?

Very much so. However, in addition to that, regarding Golan heights specifically, is the fact that some of Trumps backers are involved with Genie Energy, which is currently working in the Golan heights. And Jared Kushner has close ties to Genie Energy.

I wonder why the article does not mention any of this...

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Posted in: Syria vows to recover Golan Heights as Trump policy shift draws criticism See in context

This just further confirms the control that Israel has over American politicians.

BTW, what happened to Trump's America First and MAGA?

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Posted in: New Zealand students walk out of class, kicking off global strike on climate change See in context

One in the eye for those who will try and have us believe that the younger generation are apathetic.

They're not apathetic, just easily manipulated.

Good on them, because we're the ones bequeathing them a toxic legacy, if climate change is left unchecked.

Indeed, if they focused on pollution, that would be a good thing; but CO2 is not a pollutant.

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Posted in: James Bond to drive electric Aston Martin in new film See in context

I wonder how it will sound. Like a grass clipper?

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Posted in: Ruling finalized ordering cell phone TV owners to pay public NHK subscription fee See in context

I am ready to stop paying again the cheap bastards!

MarkX, be careful. If you have a contract with them, they can force you to pay. If you want to stop paying, just "inform" them that you no longer have a TV (or other receiving device).

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Posted in: Venezuelan blackout hits oil exports; residents scramble for food See in context

The US is very much responsible for Venezuela's problems; they'll do whatever they can to get cheap Venezuelan oil.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ii5MlQgGXyk

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HeNCbXVHrR8

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Posted in: U.S. looks to get more cash from allies that host its troops See in context

I think they are not needed. They should be asked to go home.

The host countries disagree.

Sounds more like the mob asking for "protection" money.

False equivalency. The host countries are free to ask the US to leave at any time they want and the US is then obliged to leave.

You could say the exact same thing about a business being asked for "protection" money from the mob.

Anyway, I have often noticed that right when the US and Japan are about to renew a defense deal, North Korea happens to be testing their missiles...

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Posted in: U.S. looks to get more cash from allies that host its troops See in context

I think they are not needed. They should be asked to go home.

Sounds more like the mob asking for "protection" money.

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Posted in: Want trillions of dollars injected into the economy? Pay women the same as men See in context

Yeah, the gender pay gap is real; women make less money than men overall. The problem is that many wrongly state that a woman will make less money than a man for the same work; that is not true.

The article above says that more women should enter the work force and suggests that they should work harder, to do the same work for which men are getting their higher salary. But nowhere does it say how this would inject trillions of dollars into the economy; i.e., wouldn't they just end up transferring the higher paying jobs from men to women?

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Posted in: Guaido returns to Venezuela and a new phase in campaign See in context

Unlike Maduro's supporters, Guaido supporters are white, they represent the elite.

This video explains well why the US and UK are so interested in "bringing democracy" to Venezuela:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HeNCbXVHrR8

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