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Posted in: England and Japan to meet in rematch of 2015 Women's World Cup semifinal See in context

You can find replays site and watch at your leisure, like

eplfootballmatch.com

there are others too

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Posted in: Trump launches re-election campaign, presenting himself as outsider and victim See in context

During his stage talk, Trump praised Reuters, called them a very good organisation and journalists. The above post is Reuters.

The 2nd amendment helps with keeping us safe.

The 2nd amendment kills more than 100 Americans every single day.

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Posted in: Trump launches re-election campaign, presenting himself as outsider and victim See in context

"You hate us, but you need us."

or

"You hate US, but you need US."

Nope, we don't hate America or its peoples but there are many serious question over the current occupier of the WH. All countries and its people wants to control their own destiny, rightly or wrongly.

We don't need a donny dump threatening us either by cancelling aid or threatening sanctions if we don't obey him. We don't need a donny dump meddling with the politics of our countries or trying to influence election outcomes.

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Posted in: Suspect in Osaka police officer stabbing sent to prosecutors See in context

Yesterday there were reports about the continuing use of the Kobans and whether the safety of the policemen was more important. They could still be attacked when on the streets. They could build screen protection in the Kobans. They could provide better unarmed training with refresher courses. They could ensure the gun is chained to the officer. Kobans play an important role although many have disappeared with cuts.

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Posted in: 'They slipped ¥10,000 bills into rice balls' — Bizarre election corruption in Aomori revealed See in context

Unfortunately, I have never experienced a ¥10,000 onigiri. How many actually ate them?

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Posted in: Trump launches re-election campaign, presenting himself as outsider and victim See in context

According to polls Ivanka is more popular than her donny dad.

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Posted in: Trump launches re-election campaign, presenting himself as outsider and victim See in context

Spent much of his stage slagging off Clinton who isn't even running. Another favorite potty mouth was the fake press.

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Posted in: Trump stands by comments about wrongly convicted 'Central Park Five' See in context

There's only one racist thug in this tragic tale.

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Posted in: M6.7 quake strikes off northeast Japan; at least 26 injured See in context

Roof tile damage to homes. Heavy rain due today which could cause landslides. Further strong quakes are predicted in the coming days.

https://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/news/20190619_27/

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Posted in: M6.7 quake strikes off northeast Japan; at least 26 injured See in context

You think those people walking around could hear the TV announcements? I'm sure some where unaware of the tsunami warnings. But this shows that we still need to improve the way we are sending out warnings. TV and radio doesn't suffice. A warning system inside the car, like on the mobile phones would be a good idea, if there isnt already.

Within minutes warnings arrived on our iPhones and about every 10 minutes after that with updates. The TV channels immediately went into disaster alert mode. There would have also been loudspeaker announcements in the area but people were still living their lives at 10:22pm when the quark struck.

The warning systems are impressive.

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Posted in: Europeans plan new Iran push but may be nearing end of diplomatic road See in context

Saudi Arabia and Iran are the two most barbaric countries in the region. Saudi Sunni vs Iranian Shia. America backs Saudi solely because of weapons sales and also because America never forgot the hostage situation during the Carter presidency.

America can't go to war against Iran without congress and probably the UN and certainly would need the European allies which won't be happening.

The nuclear deal was a good one which would have prevented Iran producing weapons grade uranium for 15 years but with the Trump withdraw that will now come quicker.

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Posted in: England and Japan to meet in rematch of 2015 Women's World Cup semifinal See in context

Looking forward to that match

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Posted in: Boris Johnson builds lead in race to be UK prime minister See in context

Its not up to the British. The candidates are reduced to two by the parliamentary conservatives. Probably with Hunt and Boris going forward. The public members of the conservative party then have a vote to elect their leader who automatically become the new prime minister.

However, there should really be a general election but they know they'll lose one.

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Posted in: Europeans plan new Iran push but may be nearing end of diplomatic road See in context

Trump's undoing leading to political chaos and him threatening sanctions against countries that don't go along with him. Accusing the fake news once again. Another fine potty mouth performance.

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Posted in: Acting U.S. Defense Secretary Shanahan quits as reports emerge of family violence See in context

Another dodgy donny done!

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Posted in: M6.7 quake strikes off northeast Japan; at least 26 injured See in context

Powerful and shallow earthquake but the damages seem to be minimal. Amazing to see hundreds of fishing boats leaving to deal with the tsunami which too was very small. The nuclear plant in Nigata was in shut down.

About 2 hours there was also another powerful earthquake in China.

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Posted in: Japan demands more proof from U.S. that Iran attacked tankers See in context

Yeah, liberals keep saying that, our hardware says differently. That God we invented the the Jet.

Just how do you think you could put boots on the ground. Both Iraq and Afghan needed that. Probably Iran is better armed and trained than Saddam and his troops were.

But military planning isn't your best subject.

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Posted in: Japan demands more proof from U.S. that Iran attacked tankers See in context

America is incapable to fight any war against Iran. Too far away. Massive country. No help from any European countries.

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Posted in: Japan demands more proof from U.S. that Iran attacked tankers See in context

Will they stop attacking our national interests? 

Which national interests has Iran attacked? Very little oil from the region is bound for America. The American/CIA sponsored Shah of Persia.

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Posted in: Japan demands more proof from U.S. that Iran attacked tankers See in context

Britain won't support America/Trump in any war against Iran. We are not "friends" with America, we are "allies" but considering how badly Trump has been treating us, even after his rare state visit, we have no stomach for another war, especially a Trump made war. No European country will support Trump.

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Posted in: Nearly 50% of Japan's singles have no dating prospects: gov't survey See in context

Maybe return to the system of introductions previously commonly used.

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Posted in: Is bitcoin growing up? Regulated futures boom as investors seek a safer ride See in context

The new bitcoin by FB sounds interesting.

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Posted in: Court rejects call to revoke approval for nuclear reactor restarts See in context

There's a big difference building housing or factories within the area of an active volcano although there are limits near an active volcano, such as Asama in Nagano where people can farm but not lived there. Those places can be evacuated quickly. But a nuclear power plant is a completely different problem. With the new NRA regulations more safety measures are required to ensure the reactors can continue to be cooled.

The No1 Fukushima reactor was due to be decommissioned in 2011.

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Posted in: U.S. to send 1,000 additional troops to the Middle East, citing concerns over Iran See in context

This is all so Trump can say "Look! I told you so, you can't trust the Iranians!"

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Posted in: Hong Kong leader apologizes for extradition law turmoil See in context

Too little too late. A wolf in Lam's clothing. She still intends to pass the law.

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Posted in: Sandy Hook families put hoaxers on defensive See in context

Alex Jones is a nasty piece of work and will never get a pass from me.

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Posted in: Sandy Hook families put hoaxers on defensive See in context

"Lawyers for relatives of some victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting allege that far-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones sent them documents relating to the court battle they are fighting that included electronic files containing images of child sexual abuse, as the latest twist in the defamation case against the Infowars website host."

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Posted in: Sandy Hook families put hoaxers on defensive See in context

That guy Jones makes my skin crawl. When the Fukushima nuclear disaster happened he bought as much Prussian Blue as he could find and was reselling it for more than 100 times the price.

The NRA, the government, the congress and the president are also hoaxers because nothing has changed since Sandy Hook and how many young children have continued to be slaughtered in mass shootings.

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Posted in: Pompeo tries rallying foreign leaders in alleged oil attacks See in context

Interesting that Pompeo say

"Pompeo said intelligence officials had "lots of data, lots of evidence" that Iran was responsible."

and so he accepts the intelligence reports.

Dial back the clock to the brutal murder and dissection of the Saudi journalist, Jamal Khashoggi. At the time the CIA and the intelligence services stated that they had strong evidence that it was made by the request of the Crown Prince.

Trump even made a public statement admitting that too.

https://youtu.be/IwS59SQ6bR4

But Pompeo stated that there wasn't enough evidence to point the finger at the Saudi. He's very selective which intelligence he wants to use for his causes.

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Posted in: U.S. to send 1,000 additional troops to the Middle East, citing concerns over Iran See in context

The other signatures of the nuclear deal, EU/China/Russia all need to be outspoken against Trump and his decision to withdraw. He must be challenged on the strongest terms including his threat to impose sanctions against any country doing business with Iran. We are not here to do his bidding. Without the challenge the nuclear deal will collapse and Trump wins outright.

Next step after that could be war with Trump threatening sanctions against any country not supporting that.

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