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Posted in: Trump is first head of state to meet Japan's new emperor See in context

Why is Trump being feted as a king?

Because the American economy is in the stratosphere compared the the Japanese economy. Everyone here in Japan knows MONEY is the true GOD of the Japanese people. All the pomp is only to get a piece of what the U.S. has now, and Trump has a lot to do with turning things around.

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Posted in: Trump lifts tariffs on Mexico, Canada; delays auto tariffs See in context

 blame Obama, and "fix" the problem.

You have no idea what your talking about. All of this could have been avoided in the first place if Canada stopped trans shipping Chinese steel into the US when asked too...

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Posted in: Iran tells Japan it is exercising restraint despite escalation of U.S. sanctions See in context

Yes, we are hiding all of our missiles and warheads on ships just waiting for our supreme leader to unleash hell and fury on those Zionist Americans. Please.

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Posted in: Trump order clears way for barring Huawei from U.S. telecommunications networks See in context

American motto "No one else will collect data or spy on our citizens but us" can't have someone else interfering with our police state.

There are a lot more people trying to get IN to the U.S. than out my friend.

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Posted in: Trump order clears way for barring Huawei from U.S. telecommunications networks See in context

Huawei has more than 5,000 US patents.

The U.S. is fine with patents. The issue is National Security and spyware.

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Posted in: Nissan profit nose-dives 57.3% See in context

Good! You reap what you sow!

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Posted in: Group referred to prosecutors for bed prank at Shibuya crossing See in context

After reading a story like this, why would anyone want to come to Japan. What an anal bland country with no sense of humor. This prank was well thought out, with respect for the streetlights, the people walking, the traffic and probably the police.....Pranksters in other parts of the world would never be so respectful.

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Posted in: White House expects China to retaliate over trade tariffs See in context

Smart people know better than to start throwing rocks and not expect anything in return!

Did it ever occur to you that The Dems And the Repubs are in complete alignment on this issue. Throwing rocks is the only way to wake up China to the fact that they are no longer a 3rd world country and to level out the playing field regarding trade and commerce. The U.S. is very adaptable and will just move production to other parts of the world if China doesn't want to participate. The U.S. once again built and guided another Asian country to be a force in the world. Now let's call China's bluff, slap tariffs on them and see how she stands up by herself. China cannot compete with the U.S. and those that think they can are living in a dream world.

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Posted in: Trump has long seen previous U.S. trade agreements as losers See in context

China is no longer a 3rd world country. The rules have to change for the sake of trade in other parts of the world.

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Posted in: Top Democrats leave open option of Trump impeachment after Mueller report See in context

What does Make America Great Again mean, Trump supporters?

The overall vision of a the country is lacking in its former greatness, Thus MAGA!

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Posted in: Iran's Khamenei calls U.S. blacklisting of Guards a 'vicious move' See in context

"I am telling you (American leaders), if you pressure us, we will mass-produce IR8 advanced centrifuges,"

Go ahead and mass produce, then see what happens to your country.

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Posted in: May's Brexit talks with Labour stall; delay request fails to convince EU See in context

political cowardice

Thats an understatement. The U.K. is toast!

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Posted in: 'I have names' - Ghosn vows to clear his name in trial See in context

 However, don't underestimate Japanese prosecutors, they are professionals and they are very tough to beat.

They are corrupt and force confessions out of you.

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Posted in: U.S. House committee seeks Trump tax returns from IRS See in context

I guess the toilet paper the Democratic chairman is using is a bit to rough, he needs something a little softer.

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Posted in: Ghosn, lawyer protest his rearrest; prosecutors confiscate Ghosn's wife's passport, mobile phone See in context

Japan will reap what it sows. A country that’s basically bankrupt has nothing to lose except face. When that’s gone there’s nothing left. Enter the new saviors, China.

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Posted in: Trump threatens to shut Mexico border, again See in context

Don't threaten anymore, please do it! It's enough already!!

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Posted in: DOJ: Trump campaign did not coordinate with Russia in 2016 See in context

Trump installed Barr in the justice department, so that Barr could do exactly what he did......

Distorted reality. Democrats look at yourself in the mirror and finally accept you have no one to blame but yourself for the humiliating loss to Trump. Heads will roll soon enough and it will be on your side!

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Posted in: DOJ: Trump campaign did not coordinate with Russia in 2016 See in context

great news! Now I can enjoy the Cherry blossoms! MAGA!

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Posted in: Trump complains social media sites discriminate against conservatives See in context

They do, it’s a fact.

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Posted in: Australia cuts annual immigrant cap, puts key cities off-limits to some See in context

The irony of a white government limiting immigration to land they stole from the indigenous people seems to go unnoticed by most posters here.

Oh brother.

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Posted in: Gov't OKs plan to legally ban parents from physically punishing children See in context

Its all about balance and reason. The challenge here is everybody has their own balance and reason. Unfortunately there is no "Almighty" guide book on how to raise a child.

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Posted in: Gov't investigates 700 foreign students AWOL from Tokyo university See in context

They all got married and are doing factory work in the country now.

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Posted in: Paris rioters run amok at yellow vest rallies See in context

Wow, and Rome burns.......Now France.History keeps repeating itself. The Human race is a doomed species.

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Posted in: Japan expresses concerns over uncertain Brexit outlook See in context

Such a shameful and wimpy Government! The People spoke and the Government refused to listen. Anarchy in the U.K.

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Posted in: Nissan asking shareholders to vote to oust Ghosn as director See in context

Wouldn’t it be funny if the board elects to keep him? Then what happens?

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Posted in: Over 70% of voters reject U.S. base transfer in Okinawa referendum See in context

They should just pull out and let the Japanese fend for themselves. Then see what happens.

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Posted in: Venezuelan troops open fire near border, killing 2 as aid standoff intensifies See in context

After the comment above, why would anyone still want to be a Democrat?

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Posted in: Trump says he will meet with China's Xi to try to seal trade deal See in context

If his administration pulls this off, it will be a huge win for him and America.

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Posted in: Democratic Sen Kamala Harris kicks off 2020 campaign; warns of divisions See in context

Ironic comment considering the past two Democratic presidents left the country in significantly better financial circumstances than the previous two, who left it in a worse place. Then you add on Trump's $2 trillion that he's added to it, and all I can see to whining about the Democrats and spending is: But you guys.

Once again such an insightful comment.

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Posted in: Germany's Merkel to visit Japan from Feb 4 See in context

Why?

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