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Posted in: Ex-host club worker allegedly forced customer into prostitution See in context

By what law?

By a law which outlaws ridiculously huge markups on alcohol sales. Pressurising gullible women to buy bottles of vintage Dom Perignon in the name of companionship.

I see you are defending some of the lowest forms of humanity stood on the sidewalks harassing women whilst protected by the gangsters who own their turf. Host boys are essentially scum. Uneducated and unwilling to do a normal days work like the rest of us. The majority of the time, if not all the time, they are ripping off their female customers and let them rack up huge debts.

an entire industry

So brave of you to defend this cowardly lot giving them kudos as an "industry".

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Posted in: Ex-host club worker allegedly forced customer into prostitution See in context

Blame the government for not making those places illegal. The government is responsible as long as they are able to conduct that kind of business.

She was not forced. She could have just obtained a normal role at a normal company. Could have worked at a convenience store. A fast food establishment. Taught Japanese. Any number of ways to bring in that hard earned cash.

So you are obviously a key witness in the case. Shouldn't you be in Court.?

Sorry, but she is definitely NOT forced. Host club customers are extremely loyal to their hosts and are willing to do anything to give their hosts more money. In the Japanese articles the word “coerced” was never used. Most host clubs are linked to deri-heru etc, with many deri-heru owners ex-hosts etc. This is in fact common practice. At most the guy just recommended her a place.

Read the story! He even admitted himself that he forced her into prostitution to pay extortionate restaurant bills. This pond life admits it yet there are people here still saying she was definitely not forced.!

There are some very sad people here who love to blame the women. Really sad. No wonder there are so many cases where women get abused this way.

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Posted in: Britain braces for winter of strike action as nurses walk out See in context

The U.K is an embarrassment and a third world country.

I won't stay here much longer and will retire to Asia.

The unions don't help either and just have their own selfish means. Nurses, Doctors and the Police should be handed respectable salaries as a given.

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Posted in: France beats England 2-1 to advance to semifinals See in context

This is not an excuse, France were more clinical and did what had to be done. But that referee was a disgrace. The fact that he did not give the penalty when Mount was taken out NFL-style and the ref had to be brought back by the VAR team.

Too much credit being given to England this morning. They lost a quarter-final and when they were the better team in the 2nd half France scored the winner.

Southgate's style is football with the handbrake on. He will get you to a quarter-final or a semi-final with his brand of low-risk football but England will never win a trophy under him.

Saka was the most dangerous player on the pitch and they brought him off in order to keep the shape with 10 minutes left and losing. Says it all really.

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Posted in: England dispatch Senegal 3-0 to set up quarterfinal clash with France See in context

Of course, any racism is too much

Pot

sold off working class English people's livelihoods to the lowest bidders, mass immigration has changed their neighborhoods beyond recognition with spiraling crime

Black kettle

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Posted in: England dispatch Senegal 3-0 to set up quarterfinal clash with France See in context

You want to take a stand against racism? Sure, that's great. But taking the knee is completely the wrong way to go about it.

So what's your recommendation?

sold off working class English people's livelihoods to the lowest bidders, mass immigration has changed their neighborhoods beyond recognition with spiraling crime

Oh right, a racist post about immigration..

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Posted in: England dispatch Senegal 3-0 to set up quarterfinal clash with France See in context

the team that continues with this sanctimonious, preaching, anti-working-class, virtue-signalling nonsense that does absolutely nothing to combat racism

Nihon Tora, your immature and ill-informed posts could be torn apart at length but let me put you right with one important fact. It was the working classes who fought Mosley's facist and racist black shirts off the streets in the 30s. And when exactly does an anti-racism message target the working classes?

Taking the knee strikes me as something that comes from a bunch of middle-class Guardian readers, most of whom have never been to a football match

If you have ever been to a game of football in the premier league (I doubt that very much) in the past 20 years you would have noticed that it is very middle class.

If the manager Southgate and his players want to continue taking a knee then what are you going to do to stop them? Apart from spouting all that Football Lads Alliance nonsense above?

What exactly is your hangup with one of the most racially-inclusive teams in the world cup sending an anti-racism message? Is that your problem? Do you have an issue with anti-racism?

sold off working class English people's livelihoods to the lowest bidders, mass immigration has changed their neighborhoods beyond recognition with spiraling crime

Oh right, that answers that one then.

At Arsenal we kicked the national front off the streets around Highbury when they tried to recruit way back in the 60s and 70s.

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Posted in: Arsenal takes 5-point lead over City into World Cup break See in context

Arsenal will fade

We've been hearing that all season but Arsenal have in fact increased their lead.

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Posted in: Arsenal looks a genuine title contender after Chelsea win See in context

usually when a team/club doesn’t win the PMCL (or any other major competition) for two decades, it takes them more than one good season to actually win something big; they’d have to be mentally/emotionally/physically stronger than usual and (at the same time) expect Man CityLiverpoolChelseaetcetera, to loose points

rcch, Arsenal reached the Europa League Final in 2019 and the semi-final in 2021. We finished 2nd in the Premier League in 2016. Jesus and Zinchenko have won 4 Premier League titles. Arteta has won 2 Premier League titles as assistant to Guardiola.

Arteta has been in place for 3 seasons which is more than enough time to have a tilt at the title now.

Liverpool and Chelsea have already lost too many points. City should be favourites but can be impacted by their team suffering injuries at the World Cup. Haaland isn't playing in Qatar but he can't cross or pass to himself if they have key players fatigued.

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Posted in: Boris Johnson eyes comeback as UK leader See in context

Completely open borders

Completely open borders?! These are Nigel Farage scaremongering lies You can't be British nor living in the UK. No longer in the EU schengen zone and refugees get threatened with being sent to Rwanda in Africa. Visas are only offered to those with money.

woke police completely uninterested in fighting real crime

Woke police?! Try telling that to a real British police officer. They have been impacted by government cuts.

pathetic military

Now you are being ridiculous. A fine military yet again impacted by government budget cuts.

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Posted in: Putting King Charles III on British currency bucks a global trend to honor diverse national heroes See in context

The Commonwealth is not an Empire

The Commonwealth of Nations, simply referred to as the Commonwealth, is a political association of 56 member states, the vast majority of which are former territories of the British Empire

It was originally created as the British Commonwealth of Nations through the Balfour Declaration at the 1926 Imperial Conference, and formalised by the United Kingdom through the Statute of Westminster in 1931. The current Commonwealth of Nations was formally constituted by the London Declaration in 1949.

The head of the Commonwealth is Charles III.

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Posted in: Putting King Charles III on British currency bucks a global trend to honor diverse national heroes See in context

There have been 10 million migrants come to the U.K since 2000. The country is flooded. Brexit was, in part, about getting that migrant flow to something approaching reasonable. I seriously doubt the U.K is 87% white.

Matt Hartwell, please don't write lies and right wing politics. Check the UK Office of National Statistics, it's governed by a right wing government. It states clearly that the UK is 87% white. Yet again these lies about 'floods' of immigrants proves to be fake.

In the UK today we cannot find our suitcases in airports and sometimes cannot depart due to the lack of staff. Restaurants and pubs have to close because of a lack of staff. There is a severe shortage of Nurses, Doctors, cleaners, and transport staff. All of these jobs used to be covered by immigrants to the UK.

Brexit was an unmitigated economical disaster and yet in October 2022 we have Matt Hartwell writing about how Brexit was needed.

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Posted in: Putting King Charles III on British currency bucks a global trend to honor diverse national heroes See in context

Look at the state of the UK right now. Politically and economically it is embarrassing. So no surprise that they cannot move on from putting this royal family all over their bank notes instead of cultural and historical heroes.

Many of those 87% (as GBR48 proudly declares, 87% white) would never accept any diverse heroes. And putting the royal family on banknotes is yet another example of the brainwashing of these British subjects.

The Commonwealth is not an Empire

Ahahaha That's quite funny. What is it then? Is it just a coincidence that commonwealth countries were also the same countries subjected to that invading empire?

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Posted in: Queen Elizabeth II mourned by Britain and world at funeral See in context

Probably the best ever commentary on this topic from US reamer above.

The perfectly choreographed pomp and circumstance expended on one mortal's funeral was designed to impress the masses and it succeeded splendidly, but the Ruritanian flummery of a host of uniforms, bemedalled breasts, brass bands, bagpipes and horses was a reminder that, to anybody familiar with life in the UK today, the superficial veneer of the funerary ceremonial stands in sharp contrast to the reality of the gutted and hollowed out UK economy with its pay-day loan shops, betting shops, food banks. mountain of student debt, unemployment, alcoholism, drug addiction, hungry, ill-educated children, pensioner poverty and poor health of millions etc. As the UK returns to mundane reality, King Charles will have his work cut out putting a brave face on the cracks and fissures in the Union that might soon threaten the throne of the Windsors.

The UK is of very little consequence to the World these days, even within the European Union. It sold off its industry and infrastructure to private shareholders. The brass buttons and bagpipes cannot cover up the skeleton lying beneath.

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Posted in: Queen Elizabeth's coffin starts journey to final resting place See in context

this encompasses the things that the majority of British people do not agree with.

If the British people did not want the monarchy, it would be gone.

I missed that referendum. Show me the vote on keeping this family. Pretty sure you are just highlighting your own opinion.

Brits are feeling quite good about their country right now

You obviously are not living in the UK right now. And tomorrow everyone will return to 5 hour waits for emergency ambulances, overnight waits in A&E, a broken public transport system, and a year of public workers strikes.

When people can't get an emergency ambulance to save them in time the country are spending this money and giving this send off for someone that none of us are related to.

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Posted in: Kate's daunting task of following Diana as Princess of Wales See in context

Absolutely not even in the same league as Diana was. No, sadly this one loves the establishment role.

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Posted in: Queen Elizabeth's coffin starts journey to final resting place See in context

Take a good look at the cover photo from JT. The stuffy privilege, the establishment, the flag waving, the acceptance of someone supposedly greater than your average human being, and the partition of a rigid class system. Take a good look at that photo because this encompasses exactly the things that we do not want in a humane civilisation. I truly hope this is one of the last times we have to witness this forced deference turning people into subjects.

She is not greater than nurses working to save lives everyday and living poorly, or charity workers helping children in war torn Syria or Afghanistan. So don't doff your cap or bow to her.

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Posted in: Chinese delegation barred from queen's coffin See in context

Over 17,000 British sailors lost their lives in the West Africa Squadron putting an end to slavery. Britain can be very proud indeed.

Are you seriously claiming that the British are the victims of the slave trade? And can be proud of their part in that sorrowful part of history? No mention of African lives torn apart, the deportation of people from their families and homeland, along with the murder and beatings? You are actually writing here how we should show pity on British sailors and no mention of the African slaves themselves? Goodness me that really is beyond redemption.

This is the moral high ground that some (not all) Brits take. A high ground built on lies, deceit, and theft.

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Posted in: Chinese delegation barred from queen's coffin See in context

Being English, I wouldn’t be interested to go stand in line for half a day for this.

Each to their own I suppose.

Anyway, screw the CCP.

As Jim says. On both points.

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Posted in: Chinese delegation barred from queen's coffin See in context

We can do that, what do you need explaining?

Presuming that I am also a 'we' (being British) let me answer the colonial question on behalf of Clippety Clop who appears to be standing atop a mountain of moral ground.

The so-called empire is a historical embarrassment. If you use such a light expression as embarrassment for the slave trade, stolen artefacts and stolen diamonds, the ethnic partition of India which made tens of thousands of children homeless, stealing the natural resources such as sugar cane from the West Indies Islands, dealing opium in the Chinese Canton to control the population.

It was a very relevant point by okuniyoshi - the British establishment are in no position to dictate to anyone.

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Posted in: Queen Elizabeth II dies at 96 See in context

Alex, huge difference. JFK was shot in the head at the age of 46. The queen died of old age at 96. Huge difference. Nobody murdered her. Abe was also murdered, although I don't recall such a massive outpouring of sympathy for him.

Nothing in my post was gloating whatsoever nor bullying anyone else. People need to get a sense of perspective and stop being so silly and so melodramatic over a super affluent monarch passing in her 90s.

The royal family are constantly in the public eye because their press office puts them there. They are super wealthy and live in absolute opulence, paid for by the working taxpayer and stolen from others.

In today's age of cost of living crises, climate emergency, war in Europe, pandemic etc people need to stop being so silly by gushing over such a persons passing. Concentrate on your own lives and those less fortunate instead.

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Posted in: King Charles III to address UK as mourning begins for late queen See in context

King Charles III on Friday is due to address his new subjects

I am British but I am not his subject. Just because I was born here doesn't mean that I have signed up to being their subject. Time to scale down this whole monarchy thing, especially considering their recent and embarrassing history.

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Posted in: Queen Elizabeth II dies at 96 See in context

My advice amongst all this adoration and monarchy? Love your own family. Your children, your partners, and your friends. Don't support a fairy story family who live in palaces and own vast swathes of land. A royal family is fine for history but yet again the Europeans have taught us about keeping this royalty thing minimal and discreet. Yet again the British will wave their little flags and sing their little anthems for someone who provided no support in their lives. Respect a passing but let's not blow this thing out of all proportion.

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Posted in: Liz Truss vows tax cuts after winning vote to be next British PM See in context

the UK is facing a recession caused by Putin's invation of Ukraine

Oh that old chestnut. The main reason for the global rise in energy bills is due to demand in Asia following the effect of the Covid pandemic. Norway are by far the biggest natural gas import into the UK. Also we are not "at war" with Russia. Ukraine are. The UK merely sells arms to Ukraine.

the pressure on public services due to populatio growth

This gets funnier. Since 2015 the UK's population growth numbers have been falling downwards. Public services are failing due to a reduction in their budgets.

she is highly intelligent and well educated

Sunak was educated at Stroud, Winchester, and Oxford and attained a First. He then achieved an MBA at Stanford and worked for Goldmans. As I said, Truss is not in his league.

And you call yourself an economist? I doubt that.

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Posted in: Japan eases COVID-19 border controls but tourist surge doubtful See in context

As ian says they don't want tourists back in Japan. On my last visit in the summer I hated it. Purely Japanese faces only outside and izakaya not friendly at all to the one foreigner wanting to eat and drink. But even if they did invite me in the scene was totally un-cosmopolitan in Tokyo.

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Posted in: Liz Truss vows tax cuts after winning vote to be next British PM See in context

Sunak came close to being the first Asian PM, with 43% of conservative party members voting for him

Don't be fooled by that. On paper Sunak should have absolutely walked the leadership contest. It should have been a no-contest in terms of his education, his career path, and his dialogue. And I'm not a conservative. He is brown therefore his own party voted instead for a complete amateur who is white with white hair. Truss is not even in his league in terms of economic intelligence.

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Posted in: Liz Truss vows tax cuts after winning vote to be next British PM See in context

"Verging on" means it hasn't happened. Therefore it is not "reality."

JeffLee, oh I am corrected. Everything is just great here in the UK. No recession and seriously all fine. People have lots of cash to spare, the health system is working just fine, and the public transport system is getting us all into work on time.

(that's being ironic).

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Posted in: Japan eases COVID-19 border controls but tourist surge doubtful See in context

The government also worries that a non-Japanese speaking tourist who suddenly falls ill may struggle to get appropriate care without someone knowing the language and the country's medical system

Just like the thousands of Japanese travelers currently holidaying all around the world at destinations where they do not speak the local language.?

Japanese Doctors have to learn English quite fluently. I also imagine that hotel staff in Japan would have no difficulty getting a tourist to hospital.

This is called satoku. Plain and simple.

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Posted in: Liz Truss vows tax cuts after winning vote to be next British PM See in context

Just putting socialism versus capitalism to one side and the red against blue division that David Cameron created with his referendum vote (don't be fooled by his 'first past the post fairness' - it was another India style class partition). The stark reality is that the UK is verging on another big recession, has emergency ambulance waiting times of up to 5 hours (a real basic in the lives of any nationality), a severe reduction in national health dentists for children, an acute energy bill problem, big increases in the cost of food, accident & emergency overnight waits in hospitals (another human essential), not enough staff to run full train timetables, and our own sewerage running through our beaches.

I haven't mentioned any of my own politics or opinions. Forget all of your personal politics and finger pointing - this is the current situation in the UK today.

And for the posters here trying to deflect this truth onto Keir Starmer or the Labour Party, they are not the government and haven't been since Gordon Brown.

Whilst the queen sits up in her tax-free castle in Scotland and gives her blessing to this current catastrophe, elderly people will sit in public libraries (the ones that weren't sold off) or ride on buses to heat themselves this winter.

An absolute disgrace in the history of the UK (but there again they put up statues of queen victoria who had children in workhouses under her watch).

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Posted in: Premier League clubs shatter spending record in £1.9 billion spree See in context

It is a complete disgrace. And in a year where people will die from the cold due to high energy bills. It's about time fans walked away from the Premier League, and I'm a big Arsenal fan. We should universally dump this millionaires sport with its new shirts every season and expensive ticket prices. The Premier League have completely ignored the cost of living crisis and energy squeeze, as if life is great for everyone.

Support your local semi-pro or amateur club instead. Much much cheaper and more genuine and good fun. And they won't change their home and away shirts every season.

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