Naumov Danila comments

Posted in: 82-year-old woman with dementia killed by train in Niigata See in context

I believe it is extremely simple to wall off he rails with cheap fences to prevent cases like that one at least.

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Posted in: N Korean missile fears in Japan: 'Whatever will be, will be' See in context

His name is Kim Jong-un, "zichi". Try to show just some respect, at least over the internet.

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Posted in: N Korean missile fears in Japan: 'Whatever will be, will be' See in context

The transition went well in Czech Republic, "theFu". Except it was not under constant pressure from all directions.

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Posted in: N Korean missile fears in Japan: 'Whatever will be, will be' See in context

The difference they are able to make is that North Korea warns to use the Nuclear Weapon to strike down it's enemies. Enemies, in their turn, keep saying "We'll smash Kim and his little Korea", which is... a detterent I guess? Only hypocrits and blatant rednecks can not see the parallels.

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Posted in: N Korean missile fears in Japan: 'Whatever will be, will be' See in context

I get all heating when I hear people advocating political assassination by an international consensus in the name of "doing the right thing". I am a walking kettle pot during such mischiefs.

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Posted in: 82-year-old woman with dementia killed by train in Niigata See in context

Oh, hey, where were THE SAFETY BARRIERS?!

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Posted in: Turkey, U.S. can turn Raqa into 'graveyard' for IS: Erdogan See in context

Well, I am not a quantity lover, but I can tell you that both sides are profoundly handicaped and have caused endless, yet to end, suffering to rightful owners of the land they are dropping bombs on as if it is a "battleship" game.

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Posted in: Russian rallies urge Putin not to run again; dozens arrested See in context

Russia a police state, there is no way to hide it now and it's not that they are trying to hide it. You are free from legal oppression if you mind your own well-being with a complete disregard for a global picture Russian keeps adding red to. Unless you start rallying and "disrupting public order", the only concern for your well-being would be Russians themselves and the foreign people who are out there for your possessions, pride as a human being, or, ultimately, life.

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Posted in: Although the government claims the bill would have nothing to do with ordinary citizens, it looks similar to the now-defunct public peace preservation law that allowed authorities to arrest critics of the government during World War II.. See in context

Suppressing freedom of thought is physically impossible from where humanity stands now in its advancement. While such bills might do some decent work hindering criminals, it can easily be misused by those in power as they did throughout the previous century. The question is what political elite wants to do with it, which can not be answered by anyone but them.

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Posted in: Japan-U.S. unity on N Korea hindering progress on Russia isle row See in context

Pure nonsense. Overcoming the pride to find most plausible and just solution for both sides is crucial in terms of long-term international cooperation. Alas, neither political elites express this endeavour.

Blaming a third party this deep in the mess is outright incompetent.

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Posted in: Taiji town holds memorial service for dolphins See in context

I am sure the remarks of people mentioned are clearly stating they are praying for a ZERO harvest ever.

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Posted in: Man in coma after jumping into sea to try and save 4-year-old grandson See in context

If it was natural, there would not be any need to stress this kind of news. To overcome yourself or various fears and risk it all for someone else's sake is one of the heroic traits.

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Posted in: Turkey, U.S. can turn Raqa into 'graveyard' for IS: Erdogan See in context

And yes, boot Ergodan further from the civilized part of the world.

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Posted in: Turkey, U.S. can turn Raqa into 'graveyard' for IS: Erdogan See in context

Russia, as every other country, should mind their own nation and not be eager to wreak havoc unto another one. Blant statistics hardly reflect harsh and multidimensional reality.

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Posted in: Tech firms race to spot video violence See in context

A decent notion in the crusade to annihilate the inhumanity and hate culture. Perhaps what humans can not ultimately retain, could be programmed well into an artificial life? Best wishes in getting toe to toe with ever evolving insanity and deaviation.

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Posted in: Man in coma after jumping into sea to try and save 4-year-old grandson See in context

An actual hero, this age...

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Posted in: What do you think the criteria should be in judging whether a president or prime minister is doing a good job or not? See in context

By the amount of stability he has brought to the world while being in his position.

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Posted in: Man hit by train injures 2 commuters on platform at subway station in Tokyo See in context

Do not request barriers, Sandie, or they will send you into a stream of minuses for wanting to protect people from accidents (and worse!)...

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Posted in: Sakurajima volcano erupts; 1st major eruption in 9 months See in context

Yaaay, Mother Nature sends her regards.

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Posted in: Minister resigns after saying 'it was a good thing' 2011 quake happened where it did See in context

From a logical standpoint he is right, had Tokyo been hit the damage to the nation would have been tremendous. And while he could have chosen a better phrasing, I would have certainly fired him over his choice of tie as an official.

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Posted in: Baby girl’s body found floating in Kanagawa harbor See in context

If the doctors notice some uneaseness about the mother, it is their responsibility not only as doctors but as human beings to ensure nothing happens to the child. Request parents information, keep surveillance, but make sure nothing happens. But how can they predict that the mother of the child is crossing inner borders just as she exists the hospital...

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Posted in: Bullying keeps youth suicides high in Japan See in context

Saddening. I pray they get something fundamental done to annihilate bullying "culture", otherwise such photos will keep on happening.

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Posted in: Macron vs Le Pen: Opposing styles and visions for France See in context

This age it's easier to call someone who has more sophisticated views on the things as a fascist regardless of whether they praise the sun once a day or wear a symbol of a curved propeller on the uniforms.

Or if you are a bloody(pun intended) capitalist and want to disregard anyone calling for humane socialist approach to the socium.

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Posted in: SDF trying to stop members from going AWOL See in context

These are people who would not need do fight someone else's war without the US presence or other foreign... 'assistance".

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Posted in: Japan, U.S., S Korea to exert greater pressure on N Korea See in context

His facial expression says "Aww, it's worthless guys, can't help you there".

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Posted in: SDF trying to stop members from going AWOL See in context

You can never stop ALL soldiers from deserting. Basic human feelings and critical standing towards what he is doing (And what someone might make him do) will always get in the way of unconditional servitude. The best you can do is make them feel as if they are the "good" guys. Does not work that well in a modern society with advanced media.

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Posted in: Demand for nuclear shelters, purifiers surges as N Korea tension mounts See in context

Ret... overly hysterious people do not add up to overall security and prolonged peace.

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Posted in: Truck driver dies after rear-ending another truck, then crashing into gas station pole See in context

And once again, if they know of a medical condition yet keep the "driver" attitude, they are moral criminals. Here his punishment was his own life, but it almost never is a "just" punishment. People with medical conditions that can somehow affect their perfomance while controling a complex machinery, be it once a day or once in ten years (since you never actually know when it happens), MUST NOT be allowed to control complex machinery. There is the responsibility.

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Posted in: 2 elderly women jump to their deaths on rail tracks See in context

I am probably too loud to be heard now, but should not they invent real good barriers that would protect people from accidents and idiotic choices? I do not believe it is THAT hard to do, a wall of sorts that separates tracks and the platform, with a door that automatically opens when the train arrives, leaving no gap for an "opportunity". Does not work outside the station though... Most countries do not need such "assurances". Japan does.

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Posted in: Father, 4-year-old daughter found dead in suspected murder-suicide See in context

Even if he WAS worthy, this is how he ended it. Ultimately worthy people do not commit such crimes against everything, even themselves. There is always a choice of not doing so, even asking for help. Anyone committing suicide(even more so murder AND then suicide) is either insane or a coward. Be it a male, a female or whatever less sick people can come up with.

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