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Posted in: EU official says Russia shifting war focus to NATO and the West See in context

Well Nato know all about indiscriminate attacks on infrastructure and civilians. For those who were not around at the time, Google Nato bombing of Yugoslavia in 1999. Over 78 days of bombing about 3000 civilians were killed and infrastructure destroyed. Also the Chinese embassy was 'accidently' destroyed with a cruise missile.

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Posted in: Kishida cautious about same-sex marriage See in context

Come on Kishida you can pick and choose when you align yourself with the US. This is part of what you have signed up for and is required by the largest contributor to the US Democratic Party.

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Posted in: Sean Penn Ukraine documentary to premiere at Berlin film festival See in context

A story straight from the clown world. If Sean believes in the war so much why is he not fighting on the front lines ? I'm sure that there are some Ukrainian conscripts who would be happy for him to take their place.

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Posted in: Kishida weighs Ukraine visit in February to hold talks with Zelenskyy: report See in context

No doubt pressure is being applied to Japan by the US to contribute more to the fiasco that is the Ukraine war.

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Posted in: Russia's Lavrov compares West's approach to Russia with Hitler's 'Final Solution' See in context

Seem to be a lot of people in this comments section who buy into the Nato story about how badly the war is going for Russia. Why does Ukraine continually need new game changing weapons? Started with Javelins, M777 howitzers, drones, Himars, Soviet tanks and now they are after game changing Western tanks.

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Posted in: Will Okinawa once again become a battleground in a Japan-China military conflict? See in context

The fact that this question is even asked should be enough for all of us to start marching in the street. I see plenty of hubristic comments here from people who have no idea of the level of suffering that war would bring.

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Posted in: Russia claims capture of Ukraine's Soledar, but Kyiv says still fighting See in context

It seems clear that Russia has taken Soledar. Any remaining resistance by Ukrainian troops is insignificant. Next on the list for Russia appears to be Bakhmut where Ukraine has already paid a high price for holding.

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Posted in: Why the U.S. is overhauling its Marine Corps on Okinawa See in context

Why isn't Japan defending Japan ? Japan really isn't a sovereign country.

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Posted in: U.S. Marines to set up unit on Okinawa for remote island defense See in context

Why isn't Japan defending Japan instead of US Marines?

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Posted in: Amid unrest, Iran's hardliners turn their anger to France See in context

Jasper Cole, the Uyghur narrative is part of the US info war on China. Read up about Uyghur fighters with ISIL in Syria and stories in the BBC about US bombing Uyghurs fighters in Afghanistan.

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Posted in: U.S., Japan launch task force to tackle forced labor in supply chains See in context

Why are Japanese leaders so gullible ?

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Posted in: U.S. leaves door open for Iran nuclear diplomacy See in context

If you follow the news on Twitter recently, you would know that Biden was overheard saying that the 'deal was dead'. It's very telling that this wasn't mentioned in this article and wasn't widespread in the media.

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Posted in: Taliban bar women from university education in Afghanistan See in context

Desert TortoiseToday  05:14 am JST

The poorly educated man's greatest fear is a secure, highly educated woman and especially one with property

I don't agree with this, most men I know would quite happily have a well-educated wife earning a decent income who also owned a house. A much bigger threat to men in the modern world is women who don't have decent incomes or own property especially in the event of a divorce.

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Posted in: Tokyo unwitting host to Chinese 'police station,' report says See in context

Interesting that this story comes from a Spanish 'human rights watch dog'. Who do you think funds this organization? My money would be on the USA. Even if this story is factually true it is trivial compared to the interference in other countries by US entities like the National Endowment for Democracy or USAID. The work that these organizations do is never mentioned in mainstream media.

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Posted in: Tokyo unwitting host to Chinese 'police station,' report says See in context

Another shot fired in the war being waged by the US mainly but also the rest of the West against China. If you can suspend your biases, this is very clear to see.

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Posted in: LDP policy chief Hagiuda visits Taiwan See in context

Tsia Wen's and her party the DPP will probably be voted out of power in the next election based on the results of the mid-terms in which they lost badly. The other main party in Taiwan is China friendly.

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Posted in: Kishida, Obama call for nuclear-free world at international forum in Hiroshima See in context

US under Trump decided to pull out of the Intermediate Nuclear Forces Treaty. US under Bush decided to pull out of the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty. US under Obama initiated a 1 trillion dollar upgrade of nuclear weapons. Journalists should have brought these issues up at the forum.

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Posted in: Kishida, Obama call for nuclear-free world at international forum in Hiroshima See in context

Total spin, I guess somebody will fall for it.

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Posted in: Iran executes first known prisoner arrested in protests See in context

Seems like he could have been guilty of murder and in that case got what was coming to him. Former adviser to Trump John Bolton confirmed that guns were being smuggled across the border into Iran and were given to some of the protesters. More to the troubles there than the media will tell us.

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Posted in: U.S., Australia invite Japan to step up troop rotations See in context

Strangeland, apart from sketchy media reports is there anything else to back up the accusation of Chinese police stations? From what I can see these accusations come from Safeguard Defenders, an NGO most likely funded by the National Endowment for Democracy or the EU. I don't see any solid reporting of intelligence agencies like the CSIS backing up these stories. It's easy to jump on the blame China bandwagon based on what you read in the news which is more often than not propaganda.

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Posted in: U.S., Australia invite Japan to step up troop rotations See in context

Japan, Canada and Australia are being lined up as US proxies in a war against China, that is obvious.

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Posted in: Xi's visit to Japan 'invaluable' for bilateral ties: Chinese envoy See in context

It seems that the Taiwanese population are rejecting the policies of President Tsia Wen's party. In the recent mid-term elections her party received a drubbing, she resigned as party leader as a result. There is also an ongoing scandal regarding what seems to be her false claim of having a Phd form the LSE.

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Posted in: Infant’s body found in Yokohama park; 20-year-old mother arrested See in context

Empathize with the young women.

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Posted in: Skepticism remains as China veers from assertive diplomacy See in context

More misinformation to keep the China hate going.

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Posted in: Half of world's democracies in decline: intergovernmental watchdog See in context

So much to this topic. Many people seem to be oblivious to how their governments and media and controlling what they see and hear about events in the world. Introduction of central bank digital currencies seem to be inevitable which will bring many risks to the personal freedoms in the West. Yet I have never seen any discussion of this topic in the mainstream media.

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Posted in: Biden, Macron vow unity against Russia, discuss trade row See in context

You know when the say they are united that the opposite is mostly like the case.

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Posted in: Japanese project encourages men to lead change for gender equality See in context

What a load of bollocks. Japan, make your own decisions about what is right for your society and don't bow to foreign demands to follow the social justice movement.

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Posted in: Renewed shelling threatens key Ukrainian nuclear plant See in context

To anyone who can set aside their anti-Russian biases, it's obvious that Ukraine are shelling the plant and not Russia. They are doing this in an attempt to force a militarized zone around the plant. A good explanation of the current situation is provided in (US) Colonel Douglas McGregor's latest discussion with Judge Napolitano on YT. Or you could continue to believe the 'truth' in the mainstream media.

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Posted in: Xi spat with Trudeau lays bare China's frayed ties with Canada See in context

Xi called out Trudeau's breach of normal diplomatic protocol where he divulged the contents of their previous conversation to the press thereby undermining any trust between them. Trudeau spoke like a robot rolling out the standard blah blah that any leader from the Anglo world is required to do, making further real dialogue unattractive for Xi. Simple as that.

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Posted in: G20 considers resolution condemning Russian invasion See in context

So much context, nuance and history missing from any media story on Ukraine, this is why it is mostly propaganda. No mention of the fact that Indonesia is now buying oil from Russia. The US wants Ukraine to agree to a ceasefire or peace treating to allow the West time to re-arm and train Ukraine. Word is that Ukraine has run out of young men to draft into the army and is now drafting 45+ men. Russia will be wary of agreeing to any ceasefire as Ukraine/US has not honored the Minsk accords and is therefore unlikely to honor any treaty.

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