AiserX's past comments

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    AiserX

    Japans solution traditionally to demographic problems was transferring it's industries else where. Take for example before WWII. Before WWII Japan transferred it's industries into the coast of China because of the raw materials needed. Japan also has an amazingly dynamic economy capable of finding solutions that would only ever pop out of such a small archipelago island. Immigration is certainly not going to be a valid solution as it goes heavily against the cultures historic tradition for harmony and cohesion.

    Those that think immigration is some kind of solution solves all, are not taking Europe into consideration. Only the United States has a tradition of assimilating large waves of immigrants, not something you can say about say Germany or France.

    If anything, technology such as Robotics will imo solve many of these labor problems but not all. If they want to see to it that the indigenous populations birth rate increase then the only solution I can think of is lowering taxes. Japan is already one of the most heavily taxed jurisdictions in the world. This contributes to higher price and necessity prices. Thus less money to raise a third child and border sufficient for a second. And they are certainly too prideful to live off welfare like many immigrants in the west.

    Posted in: A silver lining to Japan’s demographic crisis

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    AiserX

    This was like watching a world renowned professional team squaring off against a no name amateur high school soccer team.

    Posted in: Brazilians cry and curse at World Cup humiliation

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    Makes me sick to my stomach. Davos is already gender mixed without the need of addressing it to be so. Other then that its a waste of time and resources. Nothing good comes out of Davos forums. Except a world or IMF leader speaking to the world "we need more stimulus!", " this year we will see x economy grow!". Garbage. And an all female Davos will be be equally needless.

    Posted in: Abe to launch women's version of Davos forum

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    Deport her..

    Posted in: Australian activist takes dolphin slaughter town to court

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    That's hardly a "fact." Scandinavian countries have been "socialist" for decades. How come they're so rich and well educated...and in absolutely no danger of "running out of money" (apart possibly from Eurozone member Finland)?

    That's because your still behind the times by 20 years. Scandinavian countries in particular Sweden, the poster child for the socialist advocate are hard socialist any more. These are some of the most free market oriented and pro free market reform countries in the world. Socialism collapsed Sweden back in 1991, forcing them to raise interest rates to a whomping 500%. They have since learned their lesson the hard way and have been moving gradually away from that system. Many Swedes would rather use private health care, as opposed to socialized health care. Which their country has both.

    As for the main topic at hand, I have no problem with paid maternity leave. So long as it's negotiated between employer and employee. Using the force of Govt to force all employers to abide by paid maternity leave just does not work. Most companies are small businesses, not big. A business main priority is to grow and become profitable. It does not care about some leftists happy happy make everyone comfortable and accommodated world view. You create an environment where everyone child bearing women gets paid for not working, your ideals become an impediment to this end goal, thus your reckless ideal destroys prosperity. That's the end of it.

    Posted in: Obama says U.S. should offer paid maternity leave

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    AiserX

    This game felt as if Greece was playing a kind of wall off the goal defensive game. While the Japanese team I felt was playing a sort of find an opening to this impregnable fort game.

    Posted in: Samurai Blue

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    Brazil vs Mexico and S.Korea vs Russia were by far my favorite match ups this season. Despite being American and rooting for America. :). Sad that Japan lost, which I was rooting for. =(

    Posted in: Defiant Mexico hold Brazil 0-0; Belgium beats Algeria 2-1; Russia, S Korea draw 1-1

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    All forms of tax cuts are a step in the right direction. Although the most optimal step would be to abolish many forms of taxation altogether. . .

    Posted in: Japan to slash corporate tax rate to below 30%

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    I agree with NeoRio and MarkG.

    Japan is a country with little natural resources. Other then low grade coal and fishery. So it depends on a highly educated and technical work force to be and remain an enviable and wealthy society. So many countries especially all of Africa are rich in terms of abundant and exploitable natural resource. Yet that alone is not enough to make your society wealthy. Absolutely $0 foreign aid should go to these countries that depend on handouts while expecting more by breeding more. This is irresponsible and reckless and must be put to an end.

    Posted in: The end of poverty?

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    AiserX

    Kawai.

    Posted in: Girls, girls, girls

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    I saw the video some time ago. This entire "racist" tripe began with some twitter follower of Avril that saw it as "racist". Fortunately political correctness is not as strong in Japan as in the west. Japanese people don't mind such videos, since the video was made in earnest for entertainment. Those that dwell on finding an offense in anything and everything, in particular leftist liberals are a scourge to humility and a constant annoyance where ever they show their hideous, repulsive, vindictive, boring, cowardly and delusional faces.

    Posted in: Racist in the West, cool in Japan

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    Do they know prisoners are HUMANS?

    Whats your point? Did you know Hitler, Stalin, Pol Pot, Charles Manson, Bin Laden, Timothy McVeight are human beings?

    Posted in: A look at life on death row in Japan

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    @ Burnish Bush

    I have been following this topic for sometime and I would suggest looking at pictures of the Aral Sea.

    No nat resource is unlimited, all are finite. Under economic understanding anything that is unlimited and has a use would have 0 monetary value because of how plentiful it would be.

    Fresh water isn't no different, while still very plentiful it still has price. And that price is still subject to market dynamics.

    Posted in: A future of thirst: Water crisis lies on the horizon

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    AiserX

    Rap and hip-hop are not music, they are not art but garbage.

    Posted in: Elevator melee between Jay-Z, Solange Knowles goes viral

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    I am against all forms of reparations towards any group of people. Under the reparations logic, money somehow heals these wounds. Should Africans pay reps to african americans for selling them into slavery? Of course it sounds absurd, its always a third would people demanding for reps from a first world country.

    Also, what are these families going to do with the money? spend it on booze and cigarettes? leisure? Don't expect them tto even know how to use such reps funding wisely.

    Posted in: Hundreds of Chinese families seek wartime compensation from Japan

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    AiserX

    What always worries me is the higher birthrates of third world countries. Because of lower BR in industrialized countries it becomes a hall mark argument for more immigration under the guise of more workers. But often those workers from poorer countries bring poverty with them. The end result is a 1st world country that steadily mimics the 3rd world. Mimics in terms of philosophy, behavior and cultural.

    Women are suppose to have children, what ever amount they desire between the ages of 25-35 because that's when they are most fertile and healthiest. Yes the longer in middle age to elderly life a women chooses to have a child raises the possibilities of abnormalities. One really does not need some source to prove this, if you don't know by now then something is wrong with you.

    Then there is the problem that many women in 1st world country's DO in fact want to have more children, but the effects of a bad economy prevents this. This is all a result of Govt inflationary policies and regulations that drive down the dominate currencies value thus making things more expensive to buy and maintain. Then there is the effects of high taxation that takes money away from families, thus leaving them with less money to do the things they want and need.

    Posted in: Fear of economic blow as births drop around world

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    AiserX

    Millions more Americans with health insurance (conservatives can't stand people being healthy)

    ....... This is the pathetic mind set of people like you. Govt can't give people health insurance at affordable and efficient levels. I remember skimming through the ACA and recall one page where funding this horrendous law is mandated to cost $7 trillion and rising. Where is this money going to come from?

    The problem with people like you is that your obtuse enough to believe that if your views are not supported by the opposition then they want the exact opposite results. "cons don't like healthy people","cons don't like the environment","cons don't like poor people" ect. When are you going to leave this ridiculous mindset?

    On the GOP side, all we hear all the time is continuous whining about Benghazi and Obamacare, but as usual - ZERO alternatives, ZERO new ideas, ZERO solutions.....nothing, zip, nada.

    There are only two types of ideas. One have the Govt come in and do everything, the other have the free market and voluntary association sort everything out. There are no such things as new ideas. The free-market has proven time after time again that it is the only viable, efficient, least costly and overall optimal approach to solving issues.

    So tell me, what's a new idea you have in mind that has never been put forward?

    Posted in: Republicans dust off old scandals ahead of mid-term elections

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    These are the true followers of Islam, therefore not extremist. You see, the prophet Muhammad acted this way way which is why he had 4 wives all at once. He did marry a 9 year old when he was in like his 40's what do you expect? his followers are simply following his foot steps.

    Posted in: U.S. urged to act after Boko Haram threatens to sell kidnapped Nigerian girls

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    Lulz, this is great coming from a Brit. Prime minister David Cameron did say that multiculturalism has failed. Get over it, it does not work. It's coming under much needed attack in the West, so how are you even going to bother promoting it in the East?

    Posted in: Tokyo must embrace diversity and inclusion to avoid a bleak future

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    Because they "like Japan" is possibly the most valid answer. To them it's about working in an environment that is familiar. Rather then adjusting oneself in a foreign country The biggest con of working and living abroad is completely starting life all over.

    Posted in: Why do so few young Japanese want to work overseas?

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