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Posted in: Japan given infamous 'fossil' award at climate change conference See in context

Overall fossil fuel financing remains dominated by four U.S. banks — JPMorgan Chase, Citi, Wells Fargo, and Bank of America — who together account for one-quarter of all fossil fuel financing identified over the last six years.

60 largest banks in the world have invested $3.8 trillion in fossil fuels since the Paris Agreement.

There is a difference between financing and investing. I suggest an economics 101 course. By far the financing comes from the commodities markets, which ARE speculators in oil by the millions of barrels in futures contracts. Without oil you have no clothes, no plastics nor cars and no food you don't grow yourself. Just where do you think fertilizer comes from.

Luddites just don't have any idea how many would die if heir unicorn dream of "no fossil fuels" was to fly over the rainbow. If hippies really worried about CO2 they would stop heating with diesel and get some nuclear generation plants built today. That is currently the ONLY proven clean technology extant today. The solar and wind promoters have zero science education.

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Posted in: Japan given infamous 'fossil' award at climate change conference See in context

Looking up this rifdiculous "Climate Action Network it is clear that the members are Africans that are looking for the free money that the hippy movement promised them to pretend they were "green".

People that squat over a wood fire have no business pointing fingers, especially considering that Japan is extremely careful with fuel usage. As well they have to be, because unlike Kenya and the Congo they don't have huge oil deposits.

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Posted in: Warlord festival featuring Takuya Kimura draws 460,000 spectators in Gifu See in context

Do we need to celebrate the warlords now?

What better time? China is on the move, as is their vassal, North Korea.

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Posted in: Slain teen parents hope U.S. gun control fight will continue, 30 years on See in context

Very sad, but not all must suffer the karma of the one. That is selfish revenge.

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Posted in: Do you consider the A-bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki to be war crimes? See in context

It was the first time they had ever been used. Now that we know how destructive they are, they have not been used again. It's no more a "war crime' than attacking Pearl Harbor without declaring war, and on a quiet Sunday to boot. The world now knows not to attack a free people. They will fight. Same goes for China. They fail to realize that Taiwan is a free country.

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Posted in: Japanese Emperor Emeritus diagnosed with heart failure, condition improved See in context

There is nothing in the constitution that requires seppuku, All life must defend that life as well as it can.

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Posted in: Juicy giant Japanese hamburger steak cooking lifehack saves time and effort See in context

Yes Glenn, It is called "meatloaf".

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Posted in: Kishida cautious about Japan acquiring nuclear-powered submarine See in context

It’s okay to have dozens of huge reactors generating electricity in cities but not a tiny one running a submarine? It is much cheaper than diesel in the long run. Especially with diesel at $6 a gallon. This is why politicians should not be making military decisions. EVER. The maoists are far more dangerous. They aren’t expanding their military to not use it. When they feel strong they will attack.

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Posted in: Japan deploys MSDF fleet to Indo-Pacific with eye on China See in context

Communists don’t like countries that defend themselves nor do they like the military or defense ministers of those countries. That is so sad.

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Posted in: Japan calls for defense spending hike; notes threats to Taiwan See in context

It is a little late, but at least it is finally happening. China has a big head start.

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Posted in: Okinawa marks 50 years of end to U.S. rule amid protests See in context

They will be glad the marines are there when the Chinese show up.

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Posted in: Japan's FY2021 current account surplus shrinks 22% on fuel price rise See in context

The Russian war has nothing to do with Biden's war on energy. Canceling oil leases and pipelines is what takes a toll on oil future prices. FJB

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Posted in: Ghosn says he is ready to defend himself See in context

It is a shame that the accused are not innocent until the state proves them guilty, but guilty until they prove the committed no crime. That is a travesty of Nipponese justice.

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Posted in: Japan overturns decision to cancel U.S. drone acquisition See in context

The defense of Nihon has nothing to do with leftist mental disorders, one would hope. Defense should not be political in free countries, where it is the number one job of government. The FACT is that China has become a serious belligerent in the current age, necessitating a more defensive posture. Leftists are only concerned with their own power, which eventually leads to the enslavement of the populace rather than it's protection.

The US has spent much more protecting the peace 7000 miles from it's continent than Nihon has and the whining looks weak.

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Posted in: Nations strike climate deal with coal compromise See in context

The hand wringing is ridiculous.CO2 levels have not been this low in 300 million years.

https://geocraft.com/WVFossils/Carboniferous_climate.html#anchor83826

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Posted in: Part of Tokyo's busy Yamanote line suspended for 2 days for track switching work See in context

Two days for a two week job. Impressive.

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Posted in: G7 back steps to deter tax dodging by multinational firms See in context

Corporations don't pay taxes. Their customers do. This is just fascist Biden looking to strip more from those least able to afford it.

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Posted in: Apple announces $200 mil forestry fund to reduce carbon See in context

Dumbest thing I ever heard. iphones are made in the worst polluting country on the planet. Cutting timber in the US isn't going to do anything to stop pollution in China, where Xi answers to no one. They are simply taking advantage of the fact that lumber prices have more than doubled over the last 3 months.

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Posted in: What are some past TV shows that could no longer be aired because they would be considered politically incorrect? See in context

I used to like Kato and Ken. They were hilarious. Would they be OK today?

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Posted in: Mitsubishi Heavy asks other companies to take on its idle workers See in context

Belt and Road is not good luck it is a trap for third world nations. I suggest that we have a Chinese bot here.

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Posted in: Japan, U.S. to begin talks on host nation support, possibly this week See in context

Leftists believe that the US uses polls to elect presidents. But that is not true, we have an electoral college, one vote for every member of congress in each of fifty separate states. There is no doubt who will be reelected.

Trump has done an admirable job.

Reason and Wisdom? America rebuilt Japan. It no longer has a television or motorcycle industry for that reason. Stop whining.

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Posted in: War's end meant years of pain for Japanese girl in China See in context

That was pre-Mao. Anyone caught helping foreigners today would be executed by the communist dictator.

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Posted in: Japan to scrap costly land-based U.S. missile defense system See in context

Richard Gallagher, you think Switzerland is threatened by China? Appeasers always end up the first to be swallowed, find a history book. Switzerland is only safe because of the alps and the land based armaments they built into those mountains to repel invaders. Also every Swiss must join the army two years and keep an automatic military rifle at home for the rest of his life. The Japanese citizen has been disarmed and is helpless.

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Posted in: Former justice minister's aide arrested over election scandal See in context

If they have nothing better to do thandecide who can be paid what, it is time they dissolved the diet and went home. No more laws are necessary.

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Posted in: Japan calls Ghosn's escape 'unjustifiable' in first official comments See in context

Prosecutors should never have that level of power that they can imprison a man indefinitely until he is forced to confess. In the US a trial must be held within 45 days or the accused set free. One also has the right to face his accuser in front of a jury of his peers. It is juvenile to make accusations to the public without letting the accused answer. This prosecutor should be fired for incompetence.

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Posted in: Manager at Turkish jet operator says he helped Ghosn escape because of threats See in context

I don't blame him. It's ridiculous to keep a man in jail for years without a fair trial just to squeeze some cash out of him. This is about money, not crime. If the board didn't like the job he was doing it was up to them to fire him.

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Posted in: Cabinet OKs sending SDF warship, aircraft to Middle East to protect vessels See in context

Wise move. Past time to show China and Russia that Japan will protect itself.

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Posted in: U.S. Navy contractor may have dumped wastewater in Japanese ports: report See in context

Laguna: Your city recently dumped millions of gallons of raw sewage in the ocean and nothing was done.

Are you posting from jail where you belong?

https://patch.com/california/lagunabeach/raw-sewage-spill-rain-advisory-laguna-beach

Oh the hypocrisy of the liberal.

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Posted in: Court rules TEPCO execs not guilty of professional negligence over nuclear crisis See in context

Norman Goodman, punishing others for one's emotions is not productive. You are looking for revenge, not justice. It was an accident and a learning experience. Revenge will not change the past.

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Posted in: High court nixes call to halt nuclear reactors in southwestern Japan See in context

The media exists to stoke paranoia among the ignorant.

The comments here illustrate that reality only too well. Kyushu Electric wouldn’t waste the money starting the reactors if the power wasn’t needed.

There is no reasonable alternative.

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