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Posted in: U.S. judge delays extradition of 2 men accused of helping Ghosn escape from Japan See in context

No more friends for Carl the Crim, I guess he'll have to fall back on his mates in Hizbullah who he has always worked with. What a shocking disgrace he has become

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Posted in: Rally supporting police draws scores to downtown Kenosha See in context

I'm not the biggest Trump fan, but I think the Democrats are in for one hell of a shock come November. I don't see how Trump can lose anymore.. The insane riots, looting and violence being seen in the US now is turning so many people against BLM and the Democrats in general. Trump will turn this election into one over law and order and the Democrats just can't win an election like that.

Look at recent polling indicating Trump possibly even leading battleground states, and massive loss of support for BLM among Democrats. Social media and comments sections everywhere are overwhelming pro Trump but more importantly anti-Democrat (meaning even those who dislike Trump are still willing to vote for him to go against the Democrats). Regardless, Trump voters are way more fired up than Democrats, meaning a likely big win for him considering the silent Trump voters will come out in swarms in November.

I hate to say it, but I think this election may already be over in Trump's favor because of these riots. If I were a Democrat in America right now, I'd be seriously worried and would make efforts to increase turnout among voters and to immediately support the put down of the riots.

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Posted in: University of Washington forecasts 300,000 U.S. COVID-19 deaths by Dec 1 See in context

Well with 160,000 deaths so far, it doesn't look like many people even in America care that much. From the vitriol you see in American social media and politics and the tendency of Americans to involve politics into all aspects of life, I wouldn't be surprised if a lot of people are even hoping for more, as long as it's the 'other side'. I doubt anything will change in the US whether the death toll was 300,000 or 3 million.

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Posted in: Carlos Ghosn's house damaged in Beirut blast: report See in context

The cost of being a fugitive of the law, no sympathy here

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Posted in: Japan-S Korea row over history, trade deepens as man dies of immolation in Seoul See in context

Seems to me that that fire was meant for the Japanese embassy in a terrorist attack. Glad he self-thwarted his own attack and this embarrassingly incompetent terrorist was caught alive to face justice

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Posted in: Tokyo court denies Ghosn's latest bail request See in context

Even Renault and the French government are abandoning their little golden boy after seeing in detail what he's done; they know he's not getting out. Time to let him go

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Posted in: Ghosn again asks for bail; promises not to flee, pay for security guards See in context

Yeah yeah they all say they won't flee, until they do. The risks are too high, keep him detained

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Posted in: Ghosn re-arrested for aggravated breach of trust See in context

Wow, shifting his personal losses onto Nissan now? Ghosn is plain bad. Keep him locked up Japan!

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Posted in: Ghosn admits he signed papers on post-retirement pay; Saikawa also questioned See in context

the 64-year-old has argued that the signing of the papers was only to confirm his understanding of the documents' contents

LOL. Of course a CEO of a massive multinational doesn't know what happens when he signs a document! It's all a conspiracy right?

Yeah right, he is 100% guilty as charged

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Posted in: Self-driving taxi with paying passengers tested in Tokyo in world first See in context

Disturbing to see so many people defending robots over their fellow human beings. Where's the humanity?

Trump is right, robots will never replace the human, and glad most here support that idea instead of the liberal dream of replacing people and old industries with AI. Shame on Japan for going down this path

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Posted in: Uproar as politican praises White Australia policy, urges Muslim ban See in context

People deserve respect regardless of their religious beliefs

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Posted in: Missing 2-year-old boy found safe in Yamaguchi Pref See in context

Incredibly glad he was found. Can't imagine how terrifying it must have been for the 2-year old

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