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Posted in: Take cover - but where? Japanese helpless over N Korean threat See in context

@OssanAmericaSep. 17  11:21 am JST

Tel us over what country the US is firing ballistic missiles.

The last one was Syria on 7/4/2017

Before that it was Libya, Afghanistan, Irak, and Yugoslavia. These are all in the period where I am sure you where alive to witness.

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Posted in: Take cover - but where? Japanese helpless over N Korean threat See in context

@OssanAmerica

Then according to your theory USA is holding the whole world a hostage. I dont want to hear that USA is not firing missiles above countries...because you know its a lie. We all know many cases and very recent also that USA fired missiles not above other countries but on other countries. Not to mention how may wars has USA started on other countries that was later even proven that it could not even justify their own reasoning.

USA, Japan and the whole world should just start talking with NK by first telling them we are stopping the sanctions and the drills around your borders. Then we are starting business and trading with NK and there will be no more missiles fired.

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Posted in: Japan marks 70th anniversary of Hiroshima atomic bombing See in context

Americans (USA) is the nation that has killed the most people in their short period of existence. Actually I don't think that there was a single period that they where not at war with someone.

As impressive is all the unification of the population in USA and all the remarkable things they have done as disgusting are all their leaders.

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Posted in: Japanese butter on the table in Pacific trade talks See in context

@daito_hak

I am from Europe. Where I lived you could buy a bag full of oranges for 100 yen. Same with apples. They will give you one or two for free just to try them.

You can imaging my shock coming here and see these prices. But still I don't want those cheap american fruits that we all know how they are produced and how much they care about the peoples health. Its all about money for their corps.

Ever wonder why they don't bring many fruits from Europe here since its as cheap as americans? Its all about deals.

Do you know that in that TPP pack they have the right to force the government to import the fruit without checking them? Supposedly for not disrupting their sales by staling the products. Why would they scared of something like that if they were safe?

The are going to do the same in Europe too, with their next economical pack between EU and US.

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Posted in: Japanese butter on the table in Pacific trade talks See in context

Hey people its not about the taste of the fruits or the rice that people don't want the imported one. Which is basically American or Chinese. Its about if it is safe to eat. The Chinese quality fruits which was probably washed with factory waste water and the American DNA alternated products who noone knows what kind of side effects they have. I am not paying any money, even a much cheaper price to kill myself.

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Posted in: YouTube sees accelerating growth despite strong competition See in context

Seriously if I did not have an ad block software I could not stand watch a single video on youtube. Its ok to put an ad of 5-10 sec but those 3+ min ads which you cannot even skip are a huge turn off.

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Posted in: Universities asked to raise flag, sing national anthem at ceremonies See in context

The article is offensive and dangerous. Here is Japan it the Japanese flag should be at the unis and the Japanese anthem should be played. Its not something strange, its happening all over the world in all the countries. I don't understand where is the problem. They never said it should be done in unis of other countries. In USA even the rocks have attached the USA flag. You will probably hear the national anthem at least once a day if you go to any sports event, open the tv, listen to radio or any other activity with more than one person.

This freedom of speech thing has went too far. They use it for everything. You are free to say anything you want and you are more than encouraged to say it so openly that the government will always listen to it, store it, file it and use it against you if they ever decide so.

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Posted in: Marubeni sets up 28MW solar plant in tsunami-hit area See in context

They should build solar and any other possible renewal energy producing construction in all the restricted area. After all it wont be able to use it for the next 30-40 years.

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Posted in: Constitutional questions grow over Abe's military plans See in context

This is not Abe's decision, he is just the method to be passed. He is just been a good dog to USA.

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Posted in: FBI behind mysterious surveillance aircraft seen over U.S. cities See in context

Americans people (and the rest of the world unfortunately) just face it. Your government is spying on you on every single way and is collection ALL of your possible data. They want to know every single detail. Nowadays with the smartphones and the social media most of you (and us not americans) are giving them served.

Off course they use these data many times to catch criminals and it does make it much more easier. The problem is that they catch only who ever they want. They also let away, while they can easily catch, many people who decide they should not be caught for their own reasons (rats, lobbies etc). The other problem is that they use these data whenever they want against people if they are on their way. They use these data to be always one step in frond on whatever their plans are to keep on ruling your country (and other countries). Many people in other countries get upset about that, but there are not many thing to do.

Americans though have the power to revolt and send them away. So its either you like it as it is. With such a powerful government that is capable for the good and for the bad. But please don't believe that you have freedom and also don't even dare to tell other countries that they are not democratic enough. Or you don't like it and fight to change it and become a little bit more democratic.

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Posted in: Russia stages WW2 victory parade as Ukraine bristles See in context

@paulinusa Because you are allowed to vote freely the two biggest political parties controlled by the lobbies which they are gonna follow their orders, doesn't means you live in the most democratic countries.

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Posted in: Japan's plan to buy 17 V-22 Osprey aircraft moves forward See in context

It seems that USA can still occupy Japan by selling "protection" and at the same time force Japan to buy only USA made weapons for their protection. Its a win-win situation. The next step is the fooled young japanese that will join the self defense army die at some strange war against "terrorism" that USA will create. Because we are allies..

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Posted in: Japan's population falls for 4th straight year See in context

Yeah bring all the poor immigrants so we can use them like slaves with low salaries of part time jobs that dont have any insurance. Then they will just collect all the money they can get and send it back to their country, no spending anything here but the basics. I dont see how these people will help support the growing pensioners. At the same time one of the only clean countries of the world is gonna start having higher and higher crime rates.

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Posted in: Hillary Clinton launches presidential campaign See in context

Who cares. She will also be a puppet. Its just that the show will have a new presenter that they will advertise as "The first woman president of USA", Hallelujah, God bless America, the land of freedom.

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Posted in: Jump in my car See in context

Motorcycles are much less safer than this and I see so many people riding. You cannot compare with a car of course but if your are thinking like that you should get a Hammer to make sure you are always safe against others.

I think its great. Its weather proof and much more stable on driving than a motorcycle. Its ideal for all those people going to work and a use a whole car (sometimes SUV) just to move one person, creating huge traffic and pollution problem.

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Posted in: Attack in western Mexico kills 15 police officers See in context

Send the army and wipe them out until no one is left.

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Posted in: Exclusive low-cost carrier terminal to open at Narita on Wednesday See in context

@upintheair

You can still do that if you want, you know. You can work like a dog actually and spend all your money for an A-Class seat if you want..

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Posted in: Tokyo ward 1st in Japan to recognize same sex marriage See in context

I don't understand why gays want to marry its over anyway.

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Posted in: Greek PM accuses Germany of using legal tricks to avoid WW2 reparations See in context

@Kevin Davis I acknowledge my confusion between Denver and Detroit. It seems you got my point though. If you read my messages you will see that I am not the one that throws hate. After all it was you went on talking about "Greek people are we talking about the same greek people who don't pay taxes and retire at the age of i sixty and basically milked their governments social security program".

I do agree with many that said that either Greece should let leave eurozone and thats the only way to be able to deal with such a huge debt or EU take responsibility and find a good solution that doesn't include bring all population to starvation limit in order to pay back the debt.

As for austerities that someone else mentioned. Off course in Greece all these years the taxes raised and the salaries when down and even in the public employees some benefits where cut off. That lead to almost 30% of unemployment rate and people with no jobs can not pay any taxes, moreover higher taxes. As for the rich people and big companies they always get way, and this is not happening only in Greece. You said something about americans paying their taxes and maybe its true for the people up to middle class. Do you think that Apple lets say is paying their taxes in USA? Why they have moved to the tax heaven of Ireland then?

I would also love to see to cut off more spendings by reducing the public employees but lower the taxes to the people and give motivation to start new business by lower corp taxes for companies who are hiring. I never said also that the new government is doing great or that I agree on everything they are doing. I said that the situation does not going any further under this program and it has proven, but EU (Germany) demands unrealistic budgets of 5+% .

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Posted in: Greek PM accuses Germany of using legal tricks to avoid WW2 reparations See in context

Its all about Germany because Germany is the one who decides in EU. They may keep on doing all these meetings for the show but after all its what Germany says that its going to be decided in EU.

Do you have any idea how big is the USA debt? Do you think that USA will ever going to pay it back? If one day they decided just to print it in real money their land is not enough to lay a single dollar on it. These are just numbers in the modern economy.

Do you know how much is the debt of Japan and how much bigger it is in % of GDP compared to Greece? Why Japan doesn't have any problem borrowing from the markets?

Do you know that when the crisis started the debt of Greece was 125% of GDP and that their new goal after all the program finish in around 2025 is it to bring it back to 125% and then they are gonna consider it is manageable?

Do you know that the IMF has already admitted that they miscalculated the numbers of the program and its not viable?

We know that the Greek politicians where corrupted and in favor of all the rich Greek people that avoided paying the taxes. We know that Greece has to reform. We know that Germany or EU its not the reason that Greece come up with the economical crisis in the beginning but we know that whatever program they came up after 4-5 years doesn't work and things are just getting worse. So they have to do something else. The previous governments where following the directions of the EU and the debt is raising instead of lowering. All I am saying is that its ridiculous to hear all the recently created stereotypes that the greeks are lazy and stealing money from EU. There is a economical crisis in an EU member country and EU has to solve it not make it worse. Its also obviously that by putting more austerity measurements it doesn't work.

In USA the Denver state declared bankruptcy but they didn't cut off the roads, electricity or blame the people of being lazy because of that. Its still a USA state and they are going to help it recover.

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Posted in: Greek PM accuses Germany of using legal tricks to avoid WW2 reparations See in context

@Kevin Davis Where exactly you learned all this informations about the greek people? You read them on some newspaper or site? Have you ever been a single day in Greece and talked with the people there? Please post me facts of your saying otherwise you cannot talk about any nation without proofs. Why dont you also tell us from which great country you came from and if everyone in your country is paying all their taxes?

Greece had corrupted governments thats is true. Though the debt is not all part of that and definitely not because manage to "steal" money from EU. You cannot fool someone for so many year and such a great amount of money without noticing unless his is total ignorant. I don't believe EU was ignorant for 10 years, something else happening here and its not definitely fault of the people of a nation.

Germany made a world war destroyed the whole europe (Greece included) and when the reunited they came to an agreement to delete all the compensations and debt they had to the other countries, we are talking about huge amount of money. Greece also helped them, an ex-enemy and now that Greece is in trouble and also supposedly a partner country of Germany they are pushing them to the limits.

Greece is 5 years in crisis and has lost 25% of the GDP because of the austerity measurements. To compare that Ukraine that is in war for one whole year has lost only 8% of the GDP. Something is not working on this program obviously and thats is exactly what Greece is saying now. Find another way, no more austerity.

Greece was following the program for the last 4 years and these are the results. Don't tell me they were not, because otherwise the EU would have stop giving money as they are threatening now. Its not one year its 5 years now already.

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Posted in: No war See in context

Yes Japan needs an army but not for the reasons their are trying to create it for. This army should never be used for all the wars that USA constantly gets involved. Which are all covered by the NATO mask.

Also by the time the army will be reformed and be ready I would love to see all and I mean every single USA base move away from japanese land, since they wont be needed any more. Something that will never happen because we all know that its not that USA protecting an ally as they say but it uses the occupied land for their own games.

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Posted in: Miss Colombia crowned Miss Universe; Miss USA runner-up See in context

Miss Universe Inc.

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Posted in: South Korean to drop Sony film in North by balloon See in context

Imaging if some country has made a movie that assassinates the president of America and that movie was of course criticized by America. Then that country would drop the movie in America with balloons.. Instant war the next day. But now its all about the evil North Korea. Hypocrites.

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Posted in: Internet giants wage war on pop-up ad blockers See in context

Maybe if the advertisements were not as intrusive as they are becoming recently people wont use this ad block programs.

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Posted in: Okinawa vote a blow to Japan-U.S. ties, say analysts See in context

@bjohnson23 First of all fyi I am not japanese, but I have served the army in my country.

US doesn't have allies it only has partners that actually are threaten to follow what they want. They are not and they will not protect any over country if it is not to their interest. Which it makes sense, all the countries are like that, lets face it, as you said nothing is free. They proved that recently with Ukraine when they first messed it and then let it on their own just to play their political games with Russia. Ukraine may not was official "ally" to "protect" it but they did "protect" other countries not "allies" also in the middle east when they wanted, by invading them again of course.

What happened with Japan in the war is past now. Either admit that you are using the country that you conquered and keep the bases or go away and leave them alone to do whatever they want and stop this nonsense about protection and allies.

Also China that was not taken over by US and was even attacked by Japanese is now stronger than Japan without any US help. So this "its commerce, and strength came from the US, the protection umbrella.." is another tale they want you to believe.

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Posted in: Okinawa vote a blow to Japan-U.S. ties, say analysts See in context

@hokkaidoguy The U.S. military bases in Okinawa cover over 20 percent of Okinawa's total land area and 40 percent of the island's arable soil. I believe is really poor performance a 5% to economy of the island. At the same time is the #1 reason for criminality, pollution and noise.

And people come on, US is NOT protecting Japan, is occupying Japan. Whoever disagrees, let him has his country land taken over from US for protection. Its obvious and I am not even japanese.

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Posted in: Pacific bluefin tuna edges toward extinction See in context

@CoconutE3

Off course the TPP will flood the market with a unsafe, full of toxin and chemicals cheap beef and the Japanese will turn into obesity nation like on the other side of the ocean. Just because something is cheap it doesnt mean its good for you to eat.

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Posted in: Okinawa vote a blow to Japan-U.S. ties, say analysts See in context

@sfjp330

I wish it was like that. The truth is that US is still occupying Japan with these bases. Also after the war they forced the conquered Japan to vote laws so the bases are "legal" to be there and at the same time its on Japan's expenses.

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Posted in: Cheaper tomorrow? BOJ battles entrenched 'deflation mindset' See in context

@Strangerland I strongly agree with you. Unless we had something like 10% deflation and more no one is gonna put off a purchase for that reason. 2% of inflation also want push me to buy something sooner, but it may scare me not to buy it all. I have lived in a country that used to have inflation of 18% and yes no one was saving money but also no one had any savings. Whatever you were earning was running out and it was only on the basics stuff.

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