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Posted in: Vietnam bans new Tom Holland film over South China Sea map See in context

@BackpackingNepal, yup, he was reported to have been involved in other race-related hate crimes too.

Here's an excerpt I found online:

In June 1986, Wahlberg and three friends chased after three black children while yelling "Kill the n--ger, kill the n--ger" and throwing rocks at them.[15] The next day, Wahlberg and the others followed a group of mostly black fourth graders (including one of the victims from the previous day) taking a field trip on a beach, yelled racial epithets, threw rocks at them, and "summoned other white males who joined" in the harassment.[15][16] In August 1986, civil action was filed against Wahlberg for violating the civil rights of his victims, and the case was settled the next month.[17][18][19]

*Another racially-charged incident occurred in April 1988. Wahlberg assaulted a middle-aged Vietnamese-American man on the street, calling him a "Vietnam f sht" and knocking him unconscious with a large wooden stick. Later the same day, Wahlberg attacked Johnny Trinh, another Vietnamese-American, punching him in the eye. When Wahlberg was arrested and returned to the scene of the first assault, he told police officers: "I'll tell you now that's the mother-er whose head I split open."[20] Later, Wahlberg would explain that he was on PCP at the time.[21] Investigators also noted that Wahlberg "made numerous unsolicited racial statements about 'gooks' and 'slant-eyed gooks'".[22][23] Wahlberg was charged with attempted murder, pleaded guilty to felony assault, and was sentenced to two years in jail, but served only forty-five days of his sentence. *

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Posted in: Japan’s favorite anti-piracy mascots become fashion models See in context

I don't think it'll work on a certain nationality who are well known for piracy, cheating and lying.

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Posted in: Vietnam bans new Tom Holland film over South China Sea map See in context

@speed "If I were the filmmaker, I'd do it the other way and piss off China"

Some people are already doing that ( piss off china, I mean). They are calling china "West Taiwan". lol!

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Posted in: Vietnam bans new Tom Holland film over South China Sea map See in context

Mark Walhberg? Didn't this guy actually blind a Vietnamese man once? In an unprovoked attack or something?

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Posted in: Apple announces halt to all product sales in Russia See in context

people will buy chinese phones than.

Then the Russian hackers will figure out how to hack china phones and servers. Good.

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Posted in: Melinda Gates criticizes ex-husband for Epstein meetings See in context

She's teaching a valuable lesson to billionaires:

Don't Marry.

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Posted in: Police ask owners to turn in their crossbows as new ban goes into effect See in context

I think they should be allowed to keep them. To defend themselves when a certain communist country tries something funny. There are a lot of forests in Japan that the Japanese may use to ambush filthy communist cowards.

It is also a deterrence should anyone try to steal a farmer's crops and ship it back to their own countries.

Not to mention dangerous bears, boars, etc.

Perhaps those who live in countryside should be allowed to keep them.

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Posted in: MSDF member arrested over sexual assault of teenage girl See in context

Because family honor can play a big role, especially if a girl is from a conservative family,

@blahblah -- You do have a point about family honor. But consider this; if she really was from a "conservative" family, and she was so worried about her family "honor", why then did she agree to meet some strange dude at a hotel?

And what type of "honorable, traditional, family-loving" girl DELIBERATELY posts sexually explicit photos of herself on a social networking site where everyone can see her?

Again, don't assume a victim is automatically a victim until it's proven otherwise. And don't believe the accused is automatically guilty until proven otherwise, either.

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Posted in: MSDF member arrested over sexual assault of teenage girl See in context

He threatened her over some photos not to physically hurt her. Looks like you are desperate to blame the teenage girl. Just let it play out.

Not desperate at all. Seems like you are desperate to play the white knight. And how do you know he actually did threaten her with photos? Where you there in that room?

Until the accused actually confesses, there is no evidence to suggest that he did whatever you assume that he did.

Not blaming the girl. Just asking people to wait for evidence or a confession before judging.

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Posted in: MSDF member arrested over sexual assault of teenage girl See in context

Hmm, the article is a little short on details. Did he actually confess to threatening her? How do we know if it was the girl who tried to blackmail or extort him for more money and then played the victim when he didn't pay up?

After threatening her, Iio allegedly sexually assaulted her. The girl reportedly did not sustain any injuries.

Meaning, there were no signs of an actual assault or struggle? No screaming for help or nail scratchmarks resulting from an attempt to self-defend?

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Posted in: Vietnamese man fatally stabbed at train station in Hokkaido See in context

They were both Vietnamese in what prison they will lock him, in Japan or Vietnam ?

Hopefully they kick this murderer back to 'nam. Why should Japanese taxpayers have to pay for his free meals and accommodation in a Japanese prison?

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Posted in: Toyota to resume Japan production after cyberattack hits supplier See in context

Perhaps Japanese Universities and IT companies should stop taking in students/workers from a certain hostile communist country which just happens to be their neighbor?

Particularly the Computer Science students/workers.

Michael Machida

SIDEBAR: Japan places sanctions on Russia and Belarus and the next thing you know Toyota gets hit with a cyber attack.

The Russians and Belarusians are having problems of their own with the Anonymous group and Ukrainian IT warriors.

The Toyota hack is probably from the communist cowards next door ( or have infiltrated Japan posing as "students" or IT workers).

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Posted in: Woman found dead in bathtub last year had ¥150 mil life insurance See in context

May her soul rest in peace.

Poor woman.

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Posted in: South Korea's presidential race puts misogyny in spotlight See in context

She said she once twisted the wrist of a male colleague when he tried to touch her backside.

I once saw a man break the nose of a woman who grabbed his butt.

At a supermarket where I worked, I was stacking some canned food and saw the whole thing.

He was with his wife. Wife wandered to another part of the supermarket and the man was minding his own business looking at some cheese products. This stupid woman, probably in her 20s, for whatever reason, decided to flirt with him and when he politely refused her advances, she grabbed his butt.

To her credit, she didn't scream all that loudly when he broke her nose...just a yelp or two. But I pity the cleaning staff who had to clean all that blood from the floor. And you could see her nose bent...like a boxer's broken nose.

Stupid woman.

Men don't like unwanted advances either.

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Posted in: Australia says China warship fired laser at its patrol plane See in context

An air-to-surface missile will take care of that china pest.

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Posted in: Todai diploma no longer assures success; in fact it may hold you back See in context

It’s funny on daughter has a brother in law at Todai, when he said where he studied she just looked at him and said “never heard of it”. He was furious and refuses to talk to her a year latter. It’s a huge joke in our family

I think it's your daughter who's the joke. By saying "never heard of it", she's displaying her ignorance to everyone in the family.

That's probably why he hasn't spoken to her since. Why would anyone talk to a woman who is ignorant?

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Posted in: Japan suspends German pork imports after African swine fever case See in context

Schwein !!

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Posted in: Japan's exports extend double-digit decline See in context

Does Japan want to increase exports?

IMMEDIATELY switch to making medical equipment and PPE. The world wants & high quality "Made In Japan" equipment. The world doesn't trust cheap imitations from a certain communist country.

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Posted in: TikTok rejects Microsoft buyout offer; Oracle sole remaining bidder See in context

And many TikTok users will also vote in November.

And that is why we are witnessing the typical china-nese delaying tactics......delaying until the elections.

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Posted in: Wheelchair tennis champ See in context

Well done, sir! You've done Japan proud!

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Posted in: 67-year-old man arrested over murder of Kumamoto University researcher See in context

Devils need no motive. Woe unto you if you give them one.

No, something doesn't add up about this.

-Exactly what kind of AIDS research was she doing? What did she discover? Something that cost her her life?

-Was the old man receiving some sort of payment for killing her? If so, from whom?

-Did she recently have a conflict with someone at her workplace?

-Why exactly does a janitor in his 60s and a highly educated scientist in her 30s have each other's cellphone numbers?

Something's not right about this case....

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Posted in: Minister warns foreign journalists about providing 'slanted view' of Australian affairs See in context

About time Australia started doing something about "the enemy within". Good work!

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Posted in: 67-year-old man arrested over murder of Kumamoto University researcher See in context

What was the motive?

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Posted in: Mother and son in Japan arrested for running counterfeit Pokemon operation See in context

the son explaining his motivation as “I did it to make money” and the mother with “I did I because I wanted my son to make money.

I really find Japanese criminals amusing. They are so comically direct in admitting their crimes and for giving clear, precise reasons for doing so. LOL!

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Posted in: Abe plan for land-attack counterpunch could mark major military shift for Japan See in context

You don't have to be too smart to join the CCP. Most working people want no part of it. If you have money or a large business you are in.

Yup. Alibaba's Jack Ma , Tencent founder Pony Ma and Baidu founder Robin Li are all CCP members:

https://japantoday.com/category/tech/insight-tiktok-troubles-narrow-gap-between-beijing-and-bytedance-founder-zhang-yiming

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Posted in: TikTok owner ByteDance to invest billions in Singapore over three years See in context

America: GOOD riddance, Tik Tok.

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Posted in: Mother and son in Japan arrested for running counterfeit Pokemon operation See in context

Go after their china suppliers too. Confiscate their bank account.

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Posted in: Abe says Japan must strengthen ballistic missile defense See in context

The comments here just show how threatened people are when someone stands up to a big bully. If the Philipines had ballistic missiles, china would have thought twice before building their fake islands in their waters.

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Posted in: Abe says Japan must strengthen ballistic missile defense See in context

   Yes, would China attack Japan if there are no US bases here?

china will attack anyone because they are plain greedy. There are no missiles in Tibet, Ladak or Hong Kong either. That didn't stop the china-nese from invading them.

However, if he does launch a missive at China, Japan will be flattened before his tea gets cold.

China actually has more to lose. And it WILL lose.

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Posted in: TikTok owner ByteDance to invest billions in Singapore over three years See in context

PayPal, Siemens, Twitter and Zoom had said that they were investing in Singapore this year, Kumar added

Because Singapore is a tax-haven?

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