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Posted in: Views on U.S. bases shift in Okinawa See in context

@ Yubaru

Zero, as no "china-ese" can vote in Japanese elections! Pretty crude statement by the way.

They've already brought in fake Japanese Yen money. You think they won't manufacture fake Japanese IDs and pretend to be a local and influence the votes? There was a case of a china guy who was caught with a fake JGSDF id card. He claimed he was a "cosplayer" as a Japanese soldier.

In the US, some law enforcement officials intercepted a shipment of boxes from china. They contained hundreds of fake US driver's ID with chinanese names.

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Posted in: Views on U.S. bases shift in Okinawa See in context

Ah okay got it that's why the people of Okinawa re elected the anti US base Denny

I wonder how many of these "Okinawans that elected the anti US base Denny" are actually china-nese.

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Posted in: Apple to release 'Emancipation,' with Will Smith, in December See in context

“Emancipation” — a $120 million runaway slave thriller

More, woke blackploitation? This time by blacks themselves?

Why don't they do a show about how African warlords sold away their own people to the white man?

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Posted in: Kishida appoints eldest son as his executive secretary See in context

Maybe because his son is the only one he can trust amidst all the back-stabbers?

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Posted in: Man stands trial for rape in Australian Parliament House See in context

Odd that this took place in a Parliament building and there's no supporting video evidence / cctv footage?

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Posted in: Toshiba bidders narrowed down to 2 company groups See in context

I wish Toshiba could once again become the powerhouse that it once was,

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Posted in: Man stands trial for rape in Australian Parliament House See in context

No security footage as evidence?

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Posted in: Japan protests possible gas extraction by China in contested waters See in context

Now you know why N.Korea fired those missiles.

Distraction.

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Posted in: NPO, citizens call for Japan aid for poison gas victims in China See in context

Mao’s regime killed at least 20 million of his own people!

And if a bull had udders, it’d be a cow. What’s your point?

His/her point is that whatever the chinanese claim that the I.J. Army did during WW2, it is nothing compared to what mao did to millions of his own people.

And it was more than 20 million.

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Posted in: 'Raincoat Man' arrested for stealing 360 women’s raincoats; says it's 'as exciting as lingerie' See in context

I don't care what anyone says. Yoda is a legendary name.

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Posted in: Male rapper arrested for threatening woman on social media See in context

And now he'll use the experience to write a hit rap song.

And knowing Japanese girl groupies, he'll become more popular with the ladies for being a bad boy.

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Posted in: Canadian PM Trudeau cancels trip for Abe's state funeral See in context

To put things in perspective, the hurricane in Canada was one of the worst they have experienced with several houses being swept out to sea. I think one woman is still missing. Video footage show several Canadian houses submerged and being washed offshore.

I don't think he cancelled because he wanted to but because he had to.

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Posted in: 'Informal' Japan-S Korea summit may pave way for better relations See in context

I forsee a lot of scandals in his future. He has already been caught calling Americans a derogatory name.

“It would be so humiliating for Biden if these idiots don’t pass it in Congress,” Yoon was overheard telling a group of aides as they left the event. Video of the exchange quickly went viral in South Korea, where Yoon took office in May as a political rookie. He has never held elected office before and lacks prior experience in foreign policy

South Korean president overheard insulting U.S. Congress as ‘idiots’

South Korean president overheard speaking the truth about U.S. Congress

There. I fixed it for you.

He has already been caught calling Americans a derogatory name

He didn't call "Americans" a derogatory name. Because the current congress is as UN-American as they come.

Since they are not for the American people, they cannot be called "American". Therefore the South Korean people didn't insult Americans. He merely labelled the current US Congress by their correct term.

I really wish anti-Japanese, anti-Korean and pro-ccp idiots would stop picking on South Korean President Yoon. He seems to be the only South Korean president in recent times who is actually making an effort to mend bilateral ties with Japan.

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Posted in: Typhoon lashes central Japan, killing two See in context

Dango bong,

It's entirely possible that he was driving to make sure his father & mother were safe.

Perhaps he was bringing emergency supplies to his relatives.

Whatever the reason was, let us respect the dead and pray that their souls rest in peace.

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Posted in: Pickpocket arrested in women’s car on Tokyo subway line See in context

was caught by a female police officer

Good job, officer!

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Posted in: Hundreds demand cancellation of Abe's state funeral See in context

“Abe’s policies supported war,” demonstrator Mayumi Ishida said, noting Abe consistently sought to raise defense spending

His policies supported DEFENDING Japan from war.

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Posted in: Global climate change protests demand compensation ahead of COP27 See in context

So it was all about money after all.

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Posted in: Micronesia denounces Japan's plan to release Fukushima water into Pacific See in context

*tap water

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Posted in: Micronesia denounces Japan's plan to release Fukushima water into Pacific See in context

@Puke

I tell you what. Why don't you drink that water if you think it's safe?

Do YOU drink sea water? Even from the oceans around your own country?

Are ALL water released into the ocean from other countries readily drinkable?

Heck, even tap from many countries is not safe to drink.

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Posted in: New 007 to 'serve king and country' as producers vow to keep Bond 'fresh' See in context

In my opinion Herny Cavill is perfect for playing the 007

Good choice. He's got the looks and the body for it but he lacks that "dangerous, killer instinct" aura that Sean Connery and, to a lesser extend, Daniel Craig, exude.

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Posted in: Micronesia denounces Japan's plan to release Fukushima water into Pacific See in context

I guess ccp's blood money speaks.

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Posted in: New 007 to 'serve king and country' as producers vow to keep Bond 'fresh' See in context

We all know that David Hasselhoff is the best man to play Bond.

C'mon, admit it.

Don't Hassle the Hoff.

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Posted in: Bizarre bicycle vandalism reported to mayor of Mie town; he admits doing it See in context

like the Kyoto mayor that cracked down on citizens using bicycles because “they made Kyoto look like China”

Can't really blame him for that. No one wants to look like china.

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Posted in: Starbucks Singapore says customer database breached See in context

The coffee chain -- a licensed Starbucks franchise owned by Hong Kong-based Maxim's Caterers

Hong Kong.....china.

So, not surprised that they got hacked.

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Posted in: S Korean cinematic rise years in the making, says 'Squid Game' star See in context

But, he emphasized, the film is less about Korean history and more about "how this violence is happening all around the world globally,"

Sorry but it seems Korean entertainment seems to justify violence with the excuse that they are "just showing the world as it is."

Even their music videos depict violence ( particularly, misandry and violence towards males)

If people are CONSTANTLY shown images of violence, then they will, inevitably, have violent thoughts. And that's how societies become violent.

Yes, Japanese entertainment shows violence too but usually in an over-exaggerated, unbelievable way ( eg Battle Royale) or at least, to a lesser extent than their Korean or Western counterparts.

Japanese entertainment would rather focus on the complexity of human relationships than violence.

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Posted in: 60% of people with foreign roots questioned by Japanese police: survey See in context

I think the foreigners are forgetting something: You're living in someone else's home. Learn to respect their laws.

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Posted in: Body of newborn baby found in resort hotel trash container See in context

To the mother: WHY did you have to dump your innocent baby like that?

If you didn't want the child (for whatever reason), then just leave the child someplace, use a payphone to tell the police that there is a baby there. At least the baby would have been saved. There are so many childless couples who would gladly take the child.

Now, all we have is a wasted life.

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Posted in: Couple found murdered in home; suspect apparently hangs himself See in context

At least the children are not hurt.

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Posted in: Woman, with only ¥10 on her, arrested after leaving restaurant without paying bill See in context

I as well as many people feel very sorry for the women. She obviously was extremely hungry. Giving another human a hand up is the right thing to do. Scorning her is the wrong thing to do. Why be so righteous?

I'm sure you'd be singing a different tune if the genders were switched.

It would have been nice if someone would have paid for her

It would have been nicer if she had ASKED someone for help rather than running off like a criminal.

Again, I'm sure you'd be singing a different tune if the genders were switched.

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Posted in: TikTok stars boycott Amazon in activism push See in context

Tik-Tok = chinazi CCP's spying + propaganda + brainwashing machine.

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