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Posted in: Canadian journalist in Japan tests negative for Ebola See in context

@kawachi Ah yes thanks, he is the new father of the kamikaze perhaps.

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Posted in: Canadian journalist in Japan tests negative for Ebola See in context

@kawachi Ah yes thanks, he is the new father of the kamikaze perhaps.

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Posted in: Canadian journalist in Japan tests negative for Ebola See in context

I wonder what news story he was coming to cover here in Japan. That's one tough travel schedule.

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Posted in: Radioactive leaks top priority at Fukushima: IAEA See in context

wakey wakey

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Posted in: Joggers warned to mind their manners as they run around Imperial Palace See in context

This is caused by a lack of space - right? Solution : Open the entirety of the grounds for public use and recreation. Just a thought.

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Posted in: TEPCO says 4 tons of tainted rainwater leaked during transfer See in context

Read the insurance docs, contemplate how insurance on this level works then comeback and read the article again. Then ask yourself, to get to your current state of 'belief' what verifiable evidence have you been presented with?

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Posted in: China lashes out at Japan military radar plans See in context

Step 1 - Create a contract obligating payment of a tithe to a corporate state entity in lieu of said entity providing certain protections and granting certain rights.

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Posted in: New radioactive water leak reported at Fukushima plant See in context

Anyone spent the time reading the insurance docs? Very revealing. Keep on believing people.

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Posted in: Police bust Vietnamese cannabis operation in Gunma See in context

Sounds like a propaganda piece to me. The law enforcement agencies are probably watching this thread now to find out where they can bust some real users and steal their hard earned cash. I believe that this stuff has a higher price than gold.

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Posted in: Gunma police, NTT, Kanto Gakuen working on app to warn users of high-risk areas See in context

I hear the flashers are working on an app to counteract this initiative. Green zones to mark where it is safe to get your tackle out. Updates on where the police are dozing in their cars. Financial reports tracking where the fine money is going, vanity mirror functionality! In a bid to cut costs, the flashers are harnessing the power of the internet to use developers in Bangladesh. Analysts say at a fraction of the cost and development time it is making the long awaited NTT roll out look somewhat flaccid.

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Posted in: Gov't officially approves TEPCO plan to hike household electricity bills from Sept 1 See in context

I wonder what is considered to be an 'average' household. A one room apartment in Tokyo I guess. My bills are certainly higher than the 4300 yen figure they are using for their calculations.

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Posted in: Gov't to cut power-saving target in Kansai as Oi No. 4 reactor reaches full capacity See in context

How about we all take the summer off? Maybe get back to nature? - put the fictional debts on hold, tell the IMF and the OECD we'll catch up with the bogus 'commitments' on the flip side. Just a thought.....

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Posted in: Man jailed for drunk driving offense 33 years ago See in context

So what changed in those 33 years?

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Posted in: Londoners lose fight to prevent rooftop missiles during Olympics See in context

We have to protect our freedoms old chap - now get back to work or we'll use them on you!

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Posted in: On trial See in context

According to Wikipedia - Maximum sentence of 4 years in prison -btw.

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Posted in: Movie shows wartime Admiral Yamamoto in new light See in context

@NeoJamal No can do there. Probably best moving along. Probably best not too look into who set the Japanese up, who lent them the money to buy the capability. The spoils of war go neither to the victor or the loser.

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Posted in: Movie shows wartime Admiral Yamamoto in new light See in context

Bad people leading good. Problem is we're too dumb to fathom out that the bad people of the equation are often in cahoots. Study it enough and you'll find out. Movies like this are made to stir the emotions. National pride, heroes, religion etc, are all tools to fragment and keep your head in a spin. Take a look at the picture of Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto on wikipedia - what do you see?

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Posted in: Movie shows wartime Admiral Yamamoto in new light See in context

Anyone know if Isoroku Yamamoto has any connect with/to Yamamoto Gonnohyoe.

@hoserfella - not sure I like your comments.

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Posted in: TEPCO considers dumping more tainted water into sea See in context

Like any insurance con job - you got to make out you're still hurting to continue getting the payouts. http://www.oecd-nea.org/law/legislation/japan-docs/ Remember this reality is based on the repetition of non-validatable data and well timed press releases. Had to chuckle at the meiji one the other day. Think about it.

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Posted in: Traces of radioactive cesium found in Meiji baby formula See in context

Probably has something to do with all the spraying in the skies :) Nah, of course not. That'd be silly. Keep believing them press releases.

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Posted in: Gov't bans sale of rice from part of Fukushima See in context

@Darren Brannan said - "because ONE farmer in Onami" Interesting - how do you know this?

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Posted in: Ten years on, do you believe al-Qaida was responsible for the events of 9/11? See in context

@tamarama

nice spot - thanks. Never was good at spelling. The spell of spelling eh! I remember Fisk now, he's from a long line of "perpetuate the meme" controlled opposition types.

The nuggets are not in what the person means to tell, but what they have to to convey their message. That's why I think Huxley is invaluable for anyone's understanding of the goals of powerful people exercised through corporations and government. Fisk will have you chasing your tail.

To bee or not to bee - that is the question.

Good luck with the debate.

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Posted in: Ten years on, do you believe al-Qaida was responsible for the events of 9/11? See in context

@Tamarama - thanks

I am aware of the work you mention but am yet to wrestle the Fisk tomb. I can't say however that I agree with you that there is no connection based on the author having passed away.

it's 1366 pages long though - a bit longer than a you tube clip

We're talking about two different media formats here - though I get you're point.

Sometimes, however, it may just take a short media clip to get you on the path to a better understanding. Conversely after 1366 pages you may still be as clueless as you were before you opened the book.

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Posted in: Ten years on, do you believe al-Qaida was responsible for the events of 9/11? See in context

@Christopher Blackwell

Well said sir.

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Posted in: Ten years on, do you believe al-Qaida was responsible for the events of 9/11? See in context

@Tamarama I think you are theorizing that 'conspiracy theorists' are conspiring. :)

What books do you recommend? I'm interested.

It's not a one stop deal, but how about you get hold of an original version of Quigley's Tragedy and Hope. Huxley, Brzezinski, Attali also offer good insight. Lord Black is coming out with something soon, I think - should be a good read. Or you could just switch on the O'Reilly factor. No, but seriously - just trying to help.

@SuperLib - Like the sarcasm, it was good.

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Posted in: Ten years on, do you believe al-Qaida was responsible for the events of 9/11? See in context

@horseyfella

I see the Islamic terrorists as largely unhappy with their own failed lives in a once powerful, but now hopelessly >decaying >country.

Looks like no ones happy.

American troops are taking their own lives in the largest numbers since records began to be kept in 1980. In 2008, there were 128 confirmed suicides by serving army personnel and 41 by serving marines. Another 15 army deaths are still being investigated. The toll is another of the terrible consequences that have flowed from Washington's neo-colonial wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

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Posted in: Ten years on, do you believe al-Qaida was responsible for the events of 9/11? See in context

@hosefella

Those damn Americans! They kept OBL alive for almost 10 years, and just when he could have shed light on who killed >Jimmy Hoffa, they kill him!

Did they keep him alive for 10 years?

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Posted in: Ten years on, do you believe al-Qaida was responsible for the events of 9/11? See in context

@williB I feel this is indeed a problem with your technique of investigation. This is a criminal investigation. In which one has to suspend disbelief until one can attain the bigger picture. One needs to understand the people involved, their movements, the groups they are connected with and where their loyalties actually lie. One needs to understand, how the world works - not the pantomime presented to you by the mainstream media. The current scientific/skeptic approach, is to find the first point of failure - then consider the hypothesis debunked and move on - Poirot would not be proud. You'll have to scratch a little deeper, I think. Terrorism has been used to control the masses for centuries, it's admitted, after the fact, in the writings of many a member of the aristocracy and their bureaucratic classes. At the very least, the connections between notable families which surround this event should be investigated, doesn't one think? Or should we just wait for some damage limitation documentary to carefully deliver your mind to the desired place? As others have pointed out, who carried out the event is a moot point.

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Posted in: Ten years on, do you believe al-Qaida was responsible for the events of 9/11? See in context

Be nice if we could of got Osama/Usama in for trial eh? You know, him on the stand admitting it to the world. Would have put the whole subject to bed. He could have told us how he arranged a military exercise on the same day to help get around Norad. He could have told us how fires burn downwards with no air. He could have told us why he targeted the Pentagon. He could have told us the target of the plane that crashed. He could of told us whether he just got lucky with building seven. He could have told us how to make paper passports that are impervious to aircraft crashes and burning buildings :). A man with such genius and such knowledge going to waste at the bottom of the sea. We could have learnt so much to help us prevent future events. We could have asked - Osama/Usama, why did you do this? Alas based on a suspect video, we have a 'habeas corpus' loving 'yes we can make a martyr' president putting a kill order on the guy. No fair trail. No way for the public to hear his side. Convenient? Just could have been. IMHO - Bunch of patsies used and then set up. It really is pantomime and ignorance may just well be bliss.

Coming to a cinema near you - al-Qaeda 2 - the sequel. 'This time they're angry'.

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Posted in: Ten years on, do you believe al-Qaida was responsible for the events of 9/11? See in context

@Cos - I would agree. I would even go onto say that they are planned decades in advance.

We should judge a tree by the fruit it bears.

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