Wallace Fred comments

Posted in: Lebanon issues travel ban for Ghosn See in context

. Carlos is feeling free and normal now, and bringing the pain to the bullies

About damn time. Next few weeks should be glorious. The panic from the minister that included the freudian slip about coming back and proving innocence goes to show the panic mode the establishment is in. The days of abuse of law going unnoticed are now a thing of the past.

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Posted in: Ex-TV reporter appeals against ruling in Japan #MeToo case See in context

Truly disgusting mideveal treatment of women. Disgusting!!

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Posted in: Japan-U.S. trade deal to enter into force Wednesday See in context

Trade deal? More like brown nosing deal to avoid automobile tariffs. Funny nothing is mentioned as to how the coddled voters this deal is screwing over are going to be compensated with tax payers hard earned cash. Funny that.

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Posted in: Ghosn's escape leaves Japan red-faced See in context

Actually, no longer true. Starting Heisei 20, the limit in principle is 8 hours and night-time interrogation not allowed.

Stupendous improvement. Doesn't negate the fact that an individual is still being treated guilty until proven innocent

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Posted in: Ghosn, in Lebanon, says he left Japan to avoid 'injustice and political persecution' See in context

Give this guy a chance and see how much evidence he can destroy

Nice spin there. Every single individual charged with a crime is innocent untill proven guilty. Which happens to be reverse in japan. Carlos homes were raised while he was locked up and still nothing substantial came out of it. If there's no smoke, there's no fire. Can't wait for him to spill all the juicy details in the new year. It's about time some hard truths cane out.

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Posted in: Ghosn, in Lebanon, says he left Japan to avoid 'injustice and political persecution' See in context

Nhk, the government mouthpiece was suspiciously silent about this huge news at 6pm. I'm thinking the crisis management meeting is taking longer than expected?

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Posted in: Ghosn, in Lebanon, says he left Japan to avoid 'injustice and political persecution' See in context

And next time foreigners complain about the lack of bail in Japan etc., they’ll have you to personally thank, Ghosn!

So instead of following international norms of law, use an escaped convict as a scapegoat to justify not to? Mkay.

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Posted in: Asbestos found at Tokyo Olympic water polo venue See in context

Statistics? Percentage?

Ok..isn't .1% detrimental enough in the long run? I mean, this is pretty much indefensible and down right criminal. Where's the common sense?

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Posted in: Ghosn, in Lebanon, says he left Japan to avoid 'injustice and political persecution' See in context

Wasnt he under watch 24/7?

Are the myriad of cctv cameras actually working?

How did he slip airport security?

How does a private jet leave japan airspace with no accountability for who's on board?

No matter what excuse the incompetent leadership comes up with, these are not delightful optics.

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Posted in: Man fined ¥300,000 for online hate speech See in context

Of course the fear mongering ensues as expected. The premise couldn't be any simpler. Don't hate. Don't get fined. Simple as that.

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Posted in: Japan's naval dispatch to Mideast seen as result of compromise See in context

Is this a case of that classic oxymoron, 'peace through war'? I don't get the willful ignorance. japan has no choice in the matter. When the master beckons, must follow, no questions asked.

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Posted in: NHK broadcasts erroneous North Korean missile launch report See in context

This is what happens when competent leadership is replaced by yes men. If this information was not reviewed and then released, then the entire department in charge must answer for it, however if it was reviewed, then this becomes a willful act to start war. A much more dire act.

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Posted in: Gov't proposes Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant water release into sea or air See in context

The rara crowd is again unsurprisingly absent. This clearly amounts to a crime. Where's the UN environmental protection agencies? Where are the international watchdogs that are supposed to blow the whistle on this blatant murder attempt? And how do we know the ever so secretive government hasn't already dumped it in the air and water?

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Posted in: Japan eases export controls against S Korea ahead of summit See in context

Yikes!! Hasn't it dawned on them that the ship's already sailed? Called this ages ago. Now sit back and watch the decline precipitated by one of the worst prime ministers in known history.

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Posted in: Japan drops to 121st in 2019 gender equality ranking See in context


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Posted in: Japan, S Korea find 'common ground' in trade dispute talks, agree to meet again See in context

will blink first but claim something stupid 

Pretty much yeah.

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Posted in: Abe cabinet support rate at 42% amid cherry-blossom viewing event criticism See in context

A Cherry Blossom event is small cakes in the world of politics

So wasting tax payers hard earned cash for personal gain is cool in your book?

When are the Japanese people going to wake up and drain the swamp?

When pigs learn how to fly planes and drive cars.

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Posted in: S Korea wants 'rising sun flag of hatred' banned at Olympics See in context

There are a myriad of korean related articles on this rug one would assume it's Korea today!! It's a very morbid obsession that I can't quite put my finger on. Anything on the sakura/shreddergate corruption? Nah. Just keep piping on about korea. Ignore the blatant corruption in the ldp. For clearly, if ignored, something can't exist. Right?

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Posted in: Historical documents show Japanese gov't role in providing sex slaves See in context

'At the time of the war, I was in my 20's and single, and I didn't understand,'' he said, growing more emotional. ''But when I had two daughters myself, I started to realize what I had done.''

At that point, Mr. Ukita's voice choked and blinked, and tears welled in his eyes. He would not say exactly what his role had been, but in a tremulous voice he said that Japan should compensate the women for the injuries done to them.

A shocking revelation from an actual perpetrator of the abuse. And yet, the duck, dodging and weaving will continue unabated because some people just can't handle the truth.

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Posted in: S Korea to use radiation detectors, food from home at Tokyo Olympics See in context

Grow up!

Yes. Quit whining about the chances of getting cancer in the future. It's all about the olympics and the glory of abe. Damn those radiation meters!!!

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Posted in: Radiation 'hot spots' near Olympic torch relay in Fukushima: Greenpeace See in context

Lies upon lies upon lies. Cancer? Who cares?

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Posted in: Abe slammed for revealing operator of document shredder was disabled See in context

Its a beauty watching the endemic corruption coming to the surface. Time for the Japanese populace to make a choice.

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Posted in: S Korea to use radiation detectors, food from home at Tokyo Olympics See in context

As should all other countries given the radiation hot spots just reported by green peace. The naysayers should lead by example and consume both the food and water from there. Simple.

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Posted in: Forcing children to sit 'seiza' style to be recognized as punishment under new law See in context

They just do it because that's what they do - they've grown up seeing others doing it, and they do it naturally without thought.

Well, it's illegal to enforce now as all archaic practices should be.

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Posted in: Gov't preparing ¥13 tril economic stimulus package See in context

Sources of funding the big spending remain unclear

The 'I could care less' attitude of the populace is going to sting in the near future.

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Posted in: N Korean media call Abe 'imbecile and political dwarf' See in context

To think that there are still fools who want Japan to retain outdated Article 9. Throw out Article 9, make Japan strong enough to deal with any threat in the region

These people you're grouping together as fools include the Japanese populace that isn't actually demanding for any changes to article 9.

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Posted in: Tokyo's Shinjuku Gyoen national park to sell entrance tickets online See in context

500yen to see some grass and trees?

Has the world gone mad?

You should see how much tax payers cash abe spent on his sakura viewing

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Posted in: Japan's 1st bill to punish hate speech submitted in Kawasaki See in context

Whatever happened to freedom of speech?

Are you one of those that would use a slur against a person of colour and claim freedom of expression? Asking for a friend.

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Posted in: China calls U.S. world's biggest source of instability See in context

Given that China's never been involved in any regime change wars, I believe this statement is warranted.

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Posted in: Japan tells embassies risk of contaminated Fukushima water 'small' See in context

Its pretty simple really. Let in various radiation testing organisations to confirm the claim. If all's good, dump away. But knowing the secretive nature of the ldp regime, that's a pipedream.

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