Robert S. Abenz comments

Posted in: China carries out missile drills in South China Sea amid heightened tensions See in context

The Chinese need somewhere to test out copies of the American Missiles, and a lot of space too whilst they iron out the chinks.

The overpriced missiles that majority of them always failed to hit the target? I think the Chinese government are smarter than that.

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Posted in: India set to miss key target for Japan-backed bullet train project See in context

LOL.

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Posted in: Trump, Kim launch charm offensive at summit; no word yet on discussions See in context

This is the purported leader of the free world meeting with one of the most horrible and dinky regimes on earth, a regime that the USA could easily destroy with little collateral damage if so inclined.

If US use atomic bomb, yes. That would be a little collateral damage for USA.

But conventional war? It would take 15-20 years before American troops finally have to withdraw from North Korea, of course without admitting they have failed to defeat them.

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Posted in: Chinese government hackers steal trove of U.S. Navy data: report See in context

Chinese hackers have for years targeted the U.S. military to steal information and the Pentagon says they have previously swiped crucial data on the new F-35 stealth fighter, the advanced Patriot PAC-3 missile system and other highly sensitive projects.

And American hackers based in Pentagon have for many many many more years targeted the whole world military and government to steal information.

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Posted in: U.S. says diplomats in China hit by mystery illness See in context

Its obviously intentional.

Yes, from American side.

Might be time to shut down a Chinese embassy or two in the U.S.

Shutting down an embassy or two purely by assumption and without any shred of evidence?

Mystery illness that only hits US and Canadian people working and living outside the USA

American do seems to prone to illnesses created by themselves.

Those commies, ex or not, often resort to “lowly degenerating tactics”. 

They must've learn that from the Americans.

For instance, US diplomats, embassy staff, as well as their families have been harassed for years by Russian, well, goons. 

Proof?

Not only in Russia, but other European cities as well. When Obama was president.

Lol. So the exclusive and exceptional American embassy staff and personnels are harassed because their president are Obama.....

Not surprised, though, that's the real nature of white Europeans.

So if US and Canadian diplomatic personnel are getting sick for unexplainable reasons, it raises suspicions to put it mildly.

They do that by order from "invisible hands" in America..... assuming that you really swallow this latest CIA false flag and truly believe in it, and that you're not another fifth column stationed here.....

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Posted in: U.S. says diplomats in China hit by mystery illness See in context

Look to Russia as the source of this technology. 

Yes, I'll be waiting for the investigation results of our dear CIA.

I will believe in everything they say.

Every single word they utter.

My trust for them is completely unconditional.

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Posted in: U.S. says diplomats in China hit by mystery illness See in context

Lol, even the pro America readers here feelin' embarassed to give a comment.

So sad that a superpower country like USA could resort to such lowly degenerating tactics.

Only US diplomats exclusively "assaulted mysteriously" by some "magical mantra"....... LMAO.

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Posted in: Qantas bends to Beijing by describing Taiwan as Chinese See in context

ANA lists Taiwan as a country.

It won't be long.

https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2018/05/28/business/jal-ana-seek-extensions-china-orders-foreign-airlines-follow-taiwan-directive/

This will not change the mind of single Australian to view matters any differently.

And who really cares about the mind of every single Australian to view this matters any differently, I wonder?

You do business in other people's country, you follow their rules.

If you don't like it, no one is forcing you to stay. Please get out.

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Posted in: Foreign minister wants his own plane for overseas trips See in context

I agree with him on this one. As a foreign minister of the world's third largest economy, it's a big surprise for me that he still has to board commercial plane....... It's laughable, in fact. No wonder Japan's diplomacy clout is very inefficient.

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Posted in: U.S., EU, Japan slam market distortion in swipe at China See in context

U.S., EU, Japan slam market distortion because it's not benefit them.

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Posted in: U.S., EU, Japan to join forces to confront China's trade practices See in context

You could ask any Western or even Japanese company that has trade dealings in that country and you will be presented with endless examples of slight of hand protectionism, demands for tech transfer, intellectual property rights infringement, the increasing demands of CCP members to be embedded within foreign companies etc

Then why are these "Western and even Japanese companies that has trade dealings in that country" is STILL in that country?

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Posted in: China maintains reign over world supercomputer rankings: survey See in context

It's easy to "reverse your fortune" when you constantly steal other people's work. Not impressed.

Evidence, please.

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Posted in: 6 hurt as drone crashes into crowd in Gifu park See in context

The Aeromobil 3.0 is a 4 seater.

Then why not mass produce it?

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Posted in: Trump warns China 'warrior Japan' could take action on N Korea See in context

Warriors that love to bully their junior classmates?

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Posted in: Rakuten, Lawson begin product deliveries by drone in Fukushima See in context

Gonna be a huge black market for twocked Rakuten drones in China, Russia etc

Lol. I just knew that Rakuten produces drones? Anyway, drone deliveries has been used by JD from China, and those were huge drones unlike this one.

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Posted in: China's Communist Party enshrines 'Xi Jinping Thought' in constitution See in context

Glad it didn't have the ridiculous title such as Abenomics.

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Posted in: N Korean hackers stole S Korea-U.S. military plans to wipe out N Korean leadership: lawmaker See in context

Good for South Korea to expose those American Barbarians that always feel they have the right to stick their nose anywhere in the world.

Never allow yourself to be fully subjugated by those yanks, otherwise when their empire reach it's end you will drowned with them too.

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Posted in: Gov't ordered to pay Y610 mil damages over noise problem at U.S. Yokota base See in context

Please elaborate.

The US set up military bases in the countries all around the world that agreed to become their "undeclared" vassal state in exchange for military protection, economic aid and an open door to american market, and of course, a continuous good coverage in american media.

As for the noise and inconvenience those military bases caused, deal with it.

Or prepare to be demonized by western media.

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Posted in: Gov't ordered to pay Y610 mil damages over noise problem at U.S. Yokota base See in context

Anyway; the Japanese have a right to have bases in their own country. What right does the US?

Duh.

When the vassal state's resident start asking their overlord's rights.

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Posted in: Gov't ordered to pay Y610 mil damages over noise problem at U.S. Yokota base See in context

The life of a Vassal State.

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Posted in: Philippines' Duterte says police can kill 'idiots' who resist arrest See in context

Duterte's War on drugs has so many anomalies. Kian was executed by three cops with two gun shots at the back of his head. How can that be a defense shot? He was a suspected drug runner and what's the police's basis for this accusations? Social Media! Now how can we assure that these 12,000 filipinos killed by Duterte's campaign are really drug dealers or not? Duterte is a monster!

Yeah, yeah, ok chump. Now go suck your poppies.

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Posted in: China demands internet platforms verify users' true identity See in context

The CIA's fifth column will be outraged by this.

Yeah, who wants to wanna live there

Keyboard warriors surely won't.

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Posted in: Warning from history: Could Japan-style crash hit China? See in context

Absolutely China could have a catastrophic economic collapse.

After Britain and the rest of the West collapsed first. Yes, it could be

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Posted in: Warning from history: Could Japan-style crash hit China? See in context

What say you about the Chinese economy when those factors are considered?

Untouchable.

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Posted in: China patriotic blockbuster joins top 100 grossing films worldwide See in context

They'll never win. Ever.

Go ahead. Invade them.

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Posted in: China patriotic blockbuster joins top 100 grossing films worldwide See in context

When's the last time China won a war with anyone?

Next time when your country attack them?

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Posted in: Warning from history: Could Japan-style crash hit China? See in context

. I've seen way too many Chinese who are just plain oblivious to the dangers of having mounting piles of debt and think that because China is "special", that what happened to the Western economies "could never happen to them"

Those Chinese that you see are certainly laymen, then, not those whose in control. The government is acutely aware of what could happen to their economy.

and then naively seek to lecture others about how they could "never get into this kind of scenario"

Lol. Sorry again, dude. The one who keeps on lecturing other nation is the West and their media.

Also, the stock crashes in China of recent years showed how too many Chinese had an unrealistic expectation of economics at the time and kept thinking that the only way stocks could go was UP. Wrong! As I said in my initial post, there is no such thing as an "everlasting good time"

The stock crashes problem in the beginning of 2016 has been fixed and causing no more problem, which very disappointing China doomsayers, including you, I guess.

the anemic nature of Western economic growth awaits China if it chooses to be blissfully oblivious and not get its act together on this crazy mounting pile of debt. China is not special in this regard and the speed of the accumulated debt is honestly, a very serious issue.

Well, wait and see, then! Meanwhile, please refrain from lecturing and giving warning to other nation as if they don't aware of what could happen to them, and only you are aware and know how to solve the problem. Lol.

In fact, if you are really concerned about mounting debt, you should worry much more about our good ol' USA.

To be fair, it's not only China that has this issue.

That about sums it up.

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Posted in: Japan launches study into suspected Chinese coral poaching See in context

If Japan is so worried about coral, how come they give the US military the OK to build a new base in Henoko and wipe out all the coral in Oura Bay?

Ditto.

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Posted in: Warning from history: Could Japan-style crash hit China? See in context

China, you are not special.

Did they said they are special to you?

You are going to feel the same pressures and issues as other established economies now.

Ouch. Don't want to suffer alone, eh?

The only "special" bit is that you are only just starting to see these same issues that other established economies have been dealing with in a cyclical fashion for quit some time now. 

Sorry, dude. I don't think so. Other "established economies" are using the similar system which is not comparable to China. That's why you have 2008 financial crisis and pathetic growth since then.

I bet you didn't see the 2008 crisis coming to your "established economies" back then, Mr. Nostradamus?

This is the problem the longer the "good times" go on for, the memories of the last "bad times" or recession tend to fade quite quickly and people have the expectation that the current "good times" are the norm.

Exactly. The pathetic growth of your economies are the norm right now, when the growth of China's continue to beat the expectations of "sage of Western-style economy".

Wisdom to heal the sour and jealousy inside your heart: Deal with it. Instead of praying for other country to dragged down to your level.

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Posted in: China says it will defend interests if U.S. harms trade ties See in context

America is a republic not a democracy

LOL. So America is not a democracy? You said it, dude, not me.

and what you call a mob we call citizens . . 

Just different perspective, then.

So much talk, so little knowledge.

I don't think i talked too much to you......

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