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Posted in: Fire danger causes Nissan to recall over 450,000 vehicles See in context

I keep thinking that ever since Japanese started outsourcing, they've been more at risk of industrial sabotage by foreign powers.

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Posted in: Swift says AMAs performance in jeopardy over music dispute See in context

I'll bet she's going to write a song about this and blaming men ( again ).

She should take her own advice and just "shake it off" and move on.

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Posted in: Women leaders driven offline and out of work by social media abuse See in context

Studies conducted where? In feminist infested countries like the US & UK? Where even the academia goes all out to skew these "studies" in their favor and the equally feminist infested media regurgitates these "studies"?

Open your eyes and your ears. Don't just depend on "studies" and believe them as gospel truths. If you've been in the working world long enough, you'd see for yourself who the biggest bullies of women are...and it's not the men.

Women drag other women down in a scale that men can never match.

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Posted in: Women leaders driven offline and out of work by social media abuse See in context

I wonder which media platform will have the guts to admit it: women's REAL enemies are other women. The ones who criticize, insult and bully women leaders are really other women and very few men (Men are too busy competing with other men).

But as usual in misandrist society, only men get blamed.

The media cherry picks the few cases of men who bully while ignoring the hordes of women bullies.

And women leaders are no angels and victims themselves. They often step on others to get to the top. What they claim as "bullying" is in fact, backlash for THEIR bullying.

In this aspect, BOTH male as well as female leaders get their fair share of social media abuse.

But as usual in misandrist society, only women are allowed to play the victim.

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Posted in: Busty blood drive anime girl artwork not recognized as sexual harassment by Japanese Red Cross See in context

primarily in English-language Twitter posts

Perhaps these SJWs can let go of their white savior complex and let Japanese handle their own affairs?

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Posted in: 14-year-old boy arrested for slashing girl says he wanted to kill someone See in context

Investigators found the boy at a cram school

Cracked under pressure? Too much school stress?

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Posted in: Chinese consumers spend billions in 'Singles' Day' shopping spree See in context

prc has a history of faking statistics.

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Posted in: 8 types of men you’ll meet on Japanese dating sites See in context

A male friend was dating so many different women on different dating sites that he kept a spreadsheet to keep up with all of them, their preferences, schedules and monthly cycle.

Eventually, he found "the one", asked her to marry him, and was turned down

That's ok, plenty of other women in his spreadsheet for him to choose from.

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Posted in: Were foreign visitors' wild brawls at Shinjuku's Golden Gai a taste of the Olympics to come? See in context

With the influx of mainland Chinese tourists in Hong Kong before the demonstrations, they desperately needed similar signs - but for number two.

Yes, they are well known for defecating in public places..even their women do it.

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Posted in: News Corp to supply headlines for Facebook's upcoming news tab See in context

Foxnews has been banned in England, for it fraudulent reports

As if the BBC is a paragon of virtue.

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Posted in: News Corp to supply headlines for Facebook's upcoming news tab See in context

News Corp to supply headlines for Facebook's upcoming news tab

The fake feeding the fake.

I'd rather trust Foxnews.

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Posted in: Seven-Eleven Japan to end some 24-hour operations amid labor crunch See in context

Re-program car-making robots to serve the customers at these convenient shops.

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Posted in: Deep-sea explorers seek out sunken World War II ships See in context

Can't they just leave these things alone as a sign of respect?

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Posted in: U.S. to require Chinese officials to report American contacts See in context

My view of China is that they are just playing catch-up in a world of players that marginalized them for centuries

And they were marginalized for a good reason.

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Posted in: Venomous ants may spread in Japan: research body See in context

at a Tokyo port suggests the invasive alien insect from South America

Paid for by the CCP? NK?

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Posted in: Coast Guard searching for North Korean fishing boat reported to have sunk See in context

New tactic by NK?

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Posted in: Vietnam pulls DreamWorks' 'Abominable' film over South China Sea map See in context

Kudos. Vietnam has shown some b___!

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Posted in: U.S. demands Syria ceasefire; slaps sanctions on Turkey over incursion See in context

Watch how the media blames Trump instead of the Russians & the Syrians for the onslaught.

Also watch how they never mention US's European allies who are standing by the sidelines.

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Posted in: South Korean justice minister resigns during finance probe See in context

So I take it that within days some "comfort women/war-time compensation/Anti-Japanese" issue will be drummed up by Moon to distract the S.Koreans and divert their attention towards Japan and away from their own failed politics?

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Posted in: U.S. could pull bulk of troops from Syria in matter of days: officials See in context

Did Russia and Afghanistan also have a Guantanamo, extraordinary rendition and Abu Ghraib centres?

No, they had gulags and Siberia. Afghans used schools as torture centers...after kicking out the kids and preventing them from getting an education.

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Posted in: U.S. could pull bulk of troops from Syria in matter of days: officials See in context

Nope! They are just being moved to Saudi

Where there are less chances of someone's soldier son or daughter being killed fighting someone else's war and higher chances of going home to see their family. Still a win in my book.

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Posted in: U.S. could pull bulk of troops from Syria in matter of days: officials See in context

The US has no allies or friends, only subjects to be ruled by the US.

Better to be ruled by the US than communist dictatorships like Russia & china. Ask Hong Kong people who they'd rather be under if they had no choice but to choose between the 3.

The same thing happened to the Taliban, who the US trained, financed and supplied with arms when they were fighting Russia in Afghanistan.

So that the Afghans would have a fighting chance against the Might of the Soviets. I didn't see any other country stepping up to protect these people from the Soviets. And if you know your WW2 & Cold War history, you'd know how the Soviets treated their prisoners.

As soon as Russia was defeated, the US wanted to put in a US puppet into Afghanistan. When the Taliban objected to US rule the US turned on them

Because the US system of government is a lot better than whatever kangaroo court chaos the Afghans came up with....especially with plenty of traitors within the Afghan government. They never got anything done when left to their own devices. I dare say more Afghan children and women were saved when the US ruled them rather than the Taliban ruling them.

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Posted in: U.S. could pull bulk of troops from Syria in matter of days: officials See in context

The decision was lambasted by Trump's critics, who say it opened the door for a Turkish offensive three days later against U.S.-allied Kurdish fighters

Instead of blaming the US for pulling out, why don't people BLAME TURKEY for wanting to invade Syria?

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Posted in: U.S. could pull bulk of troops from Syria in matter of days: officials See in context

Nope. They know that the Kurds with whom they have been defending each other’s lives, fighting side by side, are being abandoned by Trump. If you think these people are happy knowing their friends and former teammates are being left to be murdered, you are clueless as to the thoughts of the military.

And you obviously don't know much about families or have none of your own. Americans are sick & tired of their sons and daughters being killed for other people's wars. American families would rather have their sons & daughters in the military defending their own country rather than some desert wasteland.

Every soldier that Trump pulls out of there means 1 more soldier going home to his family.

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Posted in: U.S. could pull bulk of troops from Syria in matter of days: officials See in context

Funny. Every keeps whining that the US is always "interfering" in other people's affairs. So now that the US is minding it's own business, everyone is still whining about abandoning.

I'm also wondering why the US's other allies, especially those from Europe, are hiding under their rocks and not stepping up. Why must it always be American blood & American taxpayer's money that has to be spilled?

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Posted in: N Korea demands Japan pay compensation for sinking fishing boat See in context

N.Korea: Pay up for sinking our ship!

Japan: Please send us more of your rustbucket ships so that we can sink them.

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Posted in: Typhoon warning from NHK 'to all foreigners' causes controversy online See in context

Man, some people! NHK actually tried to help people but all these people do is complain.

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Posted in: Nobel laureate Yoshino craves more research discoveries See in context

With all the doom & gloom & natural disasters happening lately, what's wrong with a little national pride? It might also stir Japanese youngsters into studying science, especially since a recent survey indicated that youngsters these days would rather be a Youtuber than a scientist.

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Posted in: Man held for killing woman in love hotel used SNS to look for suicidal people See in context

The authorities need to educate Japanese people that suicide is NEVER ok. That life is always worth living.

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