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Posted in: U.S. denies drone strikes break international law See in context

Low blow...my first wife and three children were killed by terrorists ten years ago in my country. Thanks.

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Posted in: U.S. denies drone strikes break international law See in context

Just as I figured...no solutions just one sided complaining.

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Posted in: U.S. denies drone strikes break international law See in context

a 'red laser beam' would be neat and tidy and eliminate only the target. So why use missiles?

It's interesting that you fail to see corelation between what was written and what the actual meaning is. Definitely someone that has only gathered information from media.

I'm sure there are plenty of them who are turned into terrorists when a loved one - or a whole family of loved ones - are blown up 'accidentally' by an American drone. If it happened to me, I know I'd be red-hot furious.

You are always siding with "them." What about the lives they take? Meaningless? And if a terrorist killedyyour family and loved ones, you'd be red-hot furious, is what your saying. That's what I thought. Your stance on drone strikes is not based on what you know, but rather based on feelings. Until you seeit ffirst hand or have something hit close to home, you will never understand the "War on terrorism."

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Posted in: U.S. denies drone strikes break international law See in context

LoL! First you compare something as terrorism to a Japanese school and now wife beating? Nice, cleo...really nice.

You still mention collateral damage from drone strikes, but still haven't alluded to the many more killed by terrorist. You have not on any occasion taken into consideration the innocent people that have died at the hands of terrorists, You only go on about the few...and yes I said few compared to the numbers that die at the hands of these terrorists. As long as they keep killing MANY innocent lives, militaries worldwide will keep eradicating these terrorists and keep collateral damage FEW.

You know, they don't wake up one day and magically become a terrorist. They are trained, some as well as military personnel. If they had a heart, they would stay away from family...or hell, not even become a terrorist. It's their choice. Once they move up the terrorist food chain, the red laser beam is on their forehead and they know it.

Still awaiting that better answer.

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Posted in: U.S. denies drone strikes break international law See in context

Cleo, I'm not American, however I do have a close connection to the war on terror. What the American military has done so far in the war on terror is commendable. Speaking as a person that has worked on the front lines against terrorism , I have seen the good, the bad and the ugly on the issue. I can see that while we, "Military personnel from most every country" are protecting your freedom so you can voice your opinions and say that those that have been killed by terrorists have no rights is apalling. You mention that drones strikes have not cured the problem, however you fail to state any solutions. Will terrorism ever end? Probably not. But if my country or any country can exterminate high ranking terrorists, then the lives we have saved is substantial compared to the lives lost if we ignore the problem.

How many died in the car bomb in Syria a few days ago? Had "we" had information before hand, that would have been that many lives saved. You can keep preaching your sermons, but until you can see first hand how these terror organizations work, the intracacies of the planning that they do and the way they purposely stay invisible while hiding among human shields,then you will never understand the importance of drones strikes.

You keep saying stop. You mention trying something different. That's what I'm asking...what do you suggest? Ignoring the problem? Letting terrorists run rampant and let them kill whoever and how many they want? This war is nothing compared to even the worst, most violent Japanese School. It is reality and I suggest that you brace this reality. A terrorists wouldnot think twice about killing you for their cause. Our job is to stop that from happening with the information gathered at any given time.

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Posted in: U.S. denies drone strikes break international law See in context

human rights and the moral high ground, and stop killing civilians. It isn't rocket science.

Still haven't come up with a solution, huh?

Human rights and moral high ground? Um, no. You talk a good talk about moral high ground and human rights. what about the other side? Where is the human rights for the thousands and thousands of people killed by terrorists? If the drones fall under your fantasy of being illegal, unconstitutional or whatever you see it as, is it safe to say you are giving terrorists an upper hand to hide behind another layer of camouflage? You're way of thinking will give these terrorists an invisible cloak.

As I said, nobody wants to kill civilians...except terrorist. Give me a viable option that will take out terrorists without some collateral damage. The world is waiting. It is rocket science...

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Posted in: Michael Jackson regains crown as top-earning dead celebrity See in context

Damn! I guess E=MC2 equals $$$$

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Posted in: U.S. denies drone strikes break international law See in context

Tapped danced around the question? If you condemn the drones then you should have a better solution?

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Posted in: U.S. denies drone strikes break international law See in context

cleo, how do you suggest that terrorists be dealt with? I'm all for keeping innocents from being killed. But, keep in mind, the more time it takes to take out just one terrorist, the more innocent people they will kill.

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Posted in: U.S. denies drone strikes break international law See in context

but who get killed anyway for the crime of just being there, walking down the street or sitting at home.

And the people that were in the Trade Centers were just there also

. Those passengers on those planes were just trying to get somewhere. What was the crime for Iraqis going to a family wedding and getting blown up by a terrorists? They were all civilians doing what they were doing. It works both ways. Sad but true.

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Posted in: U.S. denies drone strikes break international law See in context

How does Americans killing civilians stop terrorists killing civilians?

It doesn't. Killing terrorists stop terrorists from killing civilians.

And what's the difference, apart from the terrorists doing it because they're told to by the mullahs and the Americans doing it because they're told to by their commanding officers?

Drones target specific targets. Terrorists target anyone as long as it's as many people as possible...even their own countrymen.

who just happen to have had the misfortune to have been born in a country where some bad people live.

Then you would think that country would take these individualp out before the drones came flying over the hills.

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Posted in: U.S. denies drone strikes break international law See in context

And it's okay for all the civilians to be killed by terrorists? They are fair game?

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Posted in: Casino lobby prepares to submit bill during current Diet session See in context

As long as they serve free alcohol while you milk the slots, I'm all in.

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Posted in: Oklahoma jury finds Toyota liable in fatal acceleration crash See in context

Not many people bashing the judicial system. Many bashing the printed outcome based on what was written in the article.

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Posted in: U.S. denies drone strikes break international law See in context

Vehicle drivers don't train to kill people. If you see a vehicle with a bomb strapped to the front of it, hell yeah! Throw anything you want at it.

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Posted in: TEPCO employee found dead in apparent suicide See in context

I sense that something went wrong on that rooftop. Hell, everything else that TEPCO has done has been wrong.

Maybe he realized that it's not under control.

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Posted in: U.S. denies drone strikes break international law See in context

In 8 years in Pakistan, American drone strikes have killed 176 children. About 3000 people have been killed an average 600 were civilians. One-fifth civilians. And that is just Pakistan,

If we are going to compare here, how many children and civilians have terrorists killed in eight years? You think the numbers are close?

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Posted in: Man arrested for killing 2-year-old son shortly after child's release from care See in context

I think the Devil's Assistant above me will help with that, right?

That's one request that I honestly wish I could do .

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Posted in: Michael Jackson regains crown as top-earning dead celebrity See in context

How is Einstein still making money?

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Posted in: Woman whose body found after home fire consulted police on husband's abuse See in context

Sad. In an instant a teenage girl lost both parents. That's got to be hard to deal with.

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Posted in: Oklahoma jury finds Toyota liable in fatal acceleration crash See in context

I wonder why Japanese elderly never claim the accelerator excuse when they make a local Lawson's an instant drive-thru in Japan?

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Posted in: Japan readies huge island war games amid YouTube PR push See in context

and the US I would imagine

Keep on imagining

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Posted in: Man arrested for killing 2-year-old son shortly after child's release from care See in context

Police said Hara has so far denied intent to injure his son. 

I believe him. His intent wasn't to injure the kid, his intention was to KILL the kid. Un-freakin-believable! If he was anywhere near me, it have to be an eye for an eye!

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Posted in: Japan readies huge island war games amid YouTube PR push See in context

some observers to warn of the danger of an armed conflict that could draw the United States in and have disastrous consequences for the region.

For the region? If the US gets drawn in, it would be disastrous for China.

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Posted in: U.S. denies drone strikes break international law See in context

We don't go to weddings strap bombs to ourselves and blow up innocent people. Look what these animals did in Kenya, many of the kids were stabbed in the most horrific way, some of the terrorists tortured them, left the knives in them, where is your outrage?

My point exactly. Like I mentioned above, the reality of the matter is which innocent lives to achieve this goal is more important because either way, each side will take innocent lives. The only difference is, the US takes every precaution not to take the lives of innocent people. Whereas terrorists srive to kill as many as possible.

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Posted in: 'Carrie' retells cult horror tale in post-Newtown era See in context

The original was a classic! I wonder how this one will turn out.

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Posted in: A sight for saur eyes See in context

Must have been a scary era when these dinosaures roamed the earth.

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Posted in: Hankyu restaurants investigated for 'misrepresenting' ingredients See in context

It's already starting. Restaurants lying about WHAT they are serving...next is going to be WHERE the food came from lies. Seafood ring a bell?

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Posted in: Facebook adds warnings after backtrack on beheadings See in context

darknuts, what did it do for you other than give you an eye opening experience? Are you doing something now to help the cause? Don't misunderstand. I am not debating you here and I do understand freedom of speach and censorship issuep. But I'm saying the general public should not have access to killings like this. Educating doesn't need to be visual. It goes way beyond the if you don't like it, don't do/watch/listen to it mentality. Nothing good can come out of letting the general public access to these types of videos.

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Posted in: U.S. denies drone strikes break international law See in context

It's hard to read these comments from individuals that have never personally dealt with terrorists. These people may look human on the outside, but are zombies on the inside. They have deep beliefs that have taken the place of thier feelings. Their hearts and souls have been removed and are trained to show feelings when they need to if it will assist themin a way to inflict as much damage as possible. Human Rights mean nothing to them and will kill innocent people to include children without remorse.

Do I believe drones should be used? Yes, if I let my feelings get in the way. Colateral damage happens both ways. Drones can cause colateral death to innocent. Terrorist will also cause colateral deaths of innocent people at some point.

These terrorists need to stopped. The reality of the matter is which innocent lives to achieve this goal is more important because either way, each side will take innocent lives.

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