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Posted in: China demands Canada release Huawei executive See in context

China is a nation of law and order.

Yes, according to their law and order.

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Posted in: Ex-Nissan chief Ghosn to be served with fresh arrest warrant See in context

He should just confess that if it wasn't for his leadership the company of Nissan would have been just another casualty of a corrupt Japanese car company that went bust. He should also admit to never having the desire to speak Japanese or abide by Japanese culture as Nissan knew full well that their saving grace could only be a Gaijin C.E.O. from outside of Japan. In this throw away culture it's time to start throwing away our Nissans.

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Posted in: Ghosn says he does not want to make false confession: sources See in context

All smart foreign national business owners and C.E.O.s should leave Japan in protest and let the Japanese fend for themselves regarding international trade and commerce. Then they will have nobody to blame but themselves when their country changes from a respected 1st world thriving economy, back to the 3rd world.

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Posted in: 64-year-old man arrested for stealing a roll of toilet paper from hospital toilet See in context

Japanese always make an example for the people. Japan is slowly sinking into the comedy country of the world. Where Kawaii and Baka are now what foreigners have come to expect. Kind of fun to stick your finger in a peach and watch the shopkeeper go ballistic, then pay for it.

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Posted in: Japanese prosecutors say they will detain Ghosn as long as needed See in context

Agree with all the above. Japan's justice system is as backward and barbaric as you get. What really gets me is how the international community and the international maistream news has not done enough to hold Japan's feet to the flames.

Because in the larger scope of things in the world, Japans "niche" business society can never really compete with whats happening now. Japan is slowly becoming obsolete.

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Posted in: Japanese prosecutors say they will detain Ghosn as long as needed See in context

Just long enough to get all new Japanese people to fill and train Nissans vacant positions, then he will magically pay a large fine and be sent on his merry way, only to return one year later serving Nissan with the largest lawsuit ever filed by a foreign C.E.O. resulting in more embarrassment and scandal for Japan and the Japanese business community. Nissan will then learn the real meaning of "honne tatemae"

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Posted in: Ghosn lines up 'The Breaker' to fight his corner See in context

Carlos and Kerry, please break and get a guilty confession out of Japan Inc.

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Posted in: IOC chief calls Tokyo 'best-prepared' city for Olympics See in context

IOC chief calls Tokyo 'best-prepared' city for Olympics

I call B.S. on that statement. impossible.

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Posted in: Gov't plans to raise working age limit to 70 See in context

Well that just means more young people will be out of work because we all know Japanese old people control all the money and they like to be with their tribe. Most old Japansters want nothing to do with the younger generation.

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Posted in: Over 80,000 apply to be volunteers at Tokyo 2020 Games See in context

Because they are old and have nothing to do.

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Posted in: Nissan ends Ghosn's two-decade reign with last-minute Renault backing See in context

Once again Japan Inc. telling the world do not come to this country and try to change the status quo.

Ghosn got to close.

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Posted in: Nissan Chairman Ghosn arrested over financial law violation See in context

This is very stupid on the Governments part. There would be no NISSAN if it wasn't for him. Can you imagine the hell that man went through to rebuild the most backwards thinking car and production company in the world? Remember, he fired everybody and started over in the beginning. The Japanese business community couldn't handle all his bold moves until the company started making a profit. Now that the turnaround is complete the Japanese want their company back and want to get rid of the foreigners that saved their arses so they can now take credit for all their "Japanese hard work and efforts" What Ghosn did was short of a miracle.

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Posted in: Man arrested for stealing ¥30 from Shinto shrine’s collection box See in context

ListenToTheTruth is correct. What kind of country arrests a human being for "stealing" ¥30? This is all about a lonely old caretaker that has nothing to do but make more trouble for people.

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Posted in: May vows to fight for Brexit deal as ministers quit See in context

We leave, tell Europe to kiss our hairy backsides and don't pay a penny for it. What're they gonna do? NOTHING!

HEAR HEAR!!

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Posted in: May vows to fight for Brexit deal as ministers quit See in context

Can anyone say Toast or Crumpet?

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Posted in: Cuban ambassador denied room at Hilton hotel in Fukuoka due to U.S. sanctions See in context

Also, every time I go to Nagoya, I eat lunch at the Hilton with family. Never again.

Eating lunch at the Hilton is a very nice experience compared to a lot of other local Hotels in the area. I think that once you try lunch somewhere else you will surely understand the value and good service that the Hilton and many other U.S. hotel chains in Japan. Lunch at the Hilton is wonderful.

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Posted in: 340,000 foreigners may flow into Japan in 5 years under new visa system See in context

I believe technology will make the need for English language skills unnecessary. 

As long as there is commerce, there will be a need for English literacy.

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Posted in: Death toll rises to 23 in California wildfire See in context

Pretty obvious these aren't normal fires - what kind of fire melts aluminum wheels and engine blocks? Houses burn from the inside out? Someone is lying about these fires.

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Posted in: 'Racist' Trump ad pulled from air as campaigns rush to uncertain end See in context

Republicans own all the important issues: lower taxes, better economy, more jobs, plus possible breakthroughs with the despots who run Iran and North Korea.

All the Democrats have in 2018 is, "We're going to impeach Donald Trump. Then we'll raise your taxes."

They look like fools running on that platform.

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Posted in: 'Racist' Trump ad pulled from air as campaigns rush to uncertain end See in context

I don't think Republicans hate America. I think they are very American. The Democrats want to be European. The Republicans are what America is, a renegade political party. That is America. Just remember how America was born. Most Americans don't want politics in their life. The Democrats world revolves around Government interfering in as much of your life as possible.

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Posted in: U.S. talk show host Megyn Kelly off air after blackface comment See in context

The U.S. is falling apart with all the hurt feelings now.

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Posted in: Johnny Depp to play U.S. photographer in movie about Minamata disease See in context

Depp's not aging well. Anyway, this film won't be popular here, that's for sure.

Of course it won't be popular here, the truth hurts and you know what Japan does when she is challenged.

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Posted in: Foreign divorced parents fight in vain for child custody in Japan See in context

The Japanese Government will never enforce an international rule if it's not in the countries best interest. With such a population decline they want to keep as many kids in Japan as possible, turning a blind eye on any international treaty. Once again lip service.

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Posted in: Growing caravan of migrants pushes deeper into Mexico See in context

Don't bow to pressure, CLOSE THE BORDER!! This is a National emergency!

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Posted in: Actress Nanao wins Best Jeanist award for third year running See in context

Those people with the exception of one give jeans a bad name.

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Posted in: Built for young families, minicars attract a huge following among elderly drivers See in context

Minicars are just expensive go-carts. Just horrible, get them off the road.

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Posted in: Saudi Arabia says it will retaliate against any sanctions over Khashoggi case See in context

The US needs Saudi Arabia's help to fight Islamic extremists, just ask a conservative.

Ask a Democrat too, they will both tell you the same thing.

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Posted in: Trump touts good relations with 'sort of a Democrat' Mattis See in context

This marks the first time that the Republican president has publicly said anything negative about Mattis

HHHMMM, What was negative? I didn't read anything negative.

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Posted in: BOJ's Kuroda says Fed rate hikes good for global economy See in context

Of course he thinks that way, he is in bed with the fed!

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Posted in: Kanye West delivers surreal Oval Office show See in context

Common signs and symptoms of mania include:

*Feeling unusually “high” and optimistic OR extremely irritable*

Unrealistic, grandiose beliefs about one’s abilities or powers

Sleeping very little, but feeling extremely energetic

Talking so rapidly that others can’t keep up

Racing thoughts; jumping quickly from one idea to the next

Highly distractible, unable to concentrate

Impaired judgment and impulsiveness

Acting recklessly without thinking about the consequences

Delusions and hallucinations (in severe cases)

Well , thats 90 percent of people living on the planet earth that have had these symptoms at some point in their life.....

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