AiserX's past comments

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    AiserX

    The only way forward is lowering taxes and regulations. And in some cases abolishing certain existing taxes in place. The corporate tax rate for example hovers around 38% making it the highest or second highest in the world. All these taxes take away income from families and contributes to inflated prices of common necessities in Japan. Japanese citizens have made it clear many times the desire to have more children but cannot afford to do so.

    Immigration certainly does not solve this problem not one bit. As hardly any will be able ti fully integrate into Japanese culture and thus end up living off the state making it worse for everyone else.

    Posted in: Japan's population shrinks as elderly make up 25%

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    AiserX

    If Obama struggled to win with his clean record,

    You've got to be kidding me. really? a "clean" rec?

    Posted in: 2016 presidential race off to an early start

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    Boko Haram, which means “Western education is sinful”

    While using Western invented guns to carry out this message. How convenient for them.

    Posted in: At least 60 killed by suspected Islamists in Nigeria

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    AiserX

    She went through a lot to get where she is. She regards everyone as either an ally or an enemy. She rounds on underlings for the slightest mistakes. The only way you can get along with her is to flatter her.”

    Agreed. Female CEO's are terrifying. Because most of those women often end up with no children, they end up regretting it later on in life beyond their child bearing years. So they pent out the frustration by treating their employees as if they are her children. But because they are not, she will treat them like an extremely abusive mother.

    Posted in: Women execs ruin companies, magazine claims

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    AiserX

    The reason why politicians like Lagarde here comes up with such an idea is because they learned from what the U.S did during the WWII and 1960-70's years. Have women join the work force to create more tax cattle live stock for the state. The IMF of course literally lives off the taxes of all membership nations. How exactly does one accomplish this? Easy, simply make it harder for house holds to be supported by 1 person (usually the husband) so that both parents are forced to work just to make ends meet. While Jr gets less and less parent-child bonding time and more exposure to Govt propaganda via Govt funded schools and day care.

    Posted in: IMF's Lagarde urges Japan to increase women's participation in work force

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    AiserX

    Who cares? Nobody listens and should not listen or even take heed let alone the word of the U.N and it's rulings.

    In a perfect world, no animal, let alone human would ever be hurt. Let's agree on this one unshakeable truth.

    What tripe is this? Animals hurt each other all the time to eat one another. Humans hurt animals to consume them. Somehow your the arbiter of unshakeable truths and how the ecology should behave?

    Posted in: Top U.N. court to rule on legality of Japan's whale hunt on Monday

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    AiserX

    They could have chosen Goku or Madara Uchiha, or Naruto or Ichigo Kurosaki or Haruhi Suzumiya or Ruroni Kenshin.

    Posted in: Japan chooses Pikachu as its official mascot for World Cup

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    AiserX

    Internationalization and Globalization are just two buzz words that are two sides of the same coin. Basically it means to loosen domestic laws to abide to international laws, like how the European Union does. Of course this experiment is not working so well. The U.N is a horribly inept and unreliable body to follow as well. It also advocates the none sense ideal that mass immigration from the world over, especially third world countries is a good thing and that every country should do the same.

    The problem is that people that use these buzz words as a good thing never define them, they just play the semantics game, because "internationalization" and "globalization" sound good. And need to dupe you into that kind of game.

    People will spew out their none sense under some guise like "look global!", "look abroad for opportunities". Underlying this view of course is that your options are limited and also that you have no options at home, without actually saying these of course. But why should this be? your options are limited where ever you go. If its about for example participating in the Chinese awakening and growth, then those people don't need to look internationally and globally when they can just stay in their back yard. Africa? who would want to go there?

    Those that live in the third world want to come to the first world because that's where all the opportunities actually are.

    That said, Japan does need to abide by any of these two terms, they have an amazing;y dynamic economy that knows how to mold itself into any given situation in a way unique to Japan.

    Posted in: Are Japan’s efforts at internationalization succeeding or not?

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    AiserX

    This is not unique to Japan. It's becoming more and more common in Europe and North America. As well as other parts of the world. This is largely due to a crumbling economy on every corner of the planet. Inflation is driving the value of the common paper currency in every industrialized country, as a result it's getting more and more expensive just to buy and pay off necessities.

    Posted in: Glitter starts wearing off for aging 'parasite singles'

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    AiserX

    Umm who is not in love with fictional/cartoon characters? Such characters portray traits that we as humans would like to aspire and in many cases are the embodiment of what we would like to be. Of course because such characters live in a universe of fictions, it is something we can never be.

    Posted in: Why does Japan love fictional characters so much?

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    AiserX

    Lulz, Obama is the man that approves of the spying. And they want him to end it. Problem is people still believe this man is some kind of well intentioned honest and reasonable statesmen and some kind of rare honest politician. When in fact he is the total opposite.

    Posted in: Tech execs urge Obama to rein in U.S. government's electronic spying

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    AiserX

    @jeff198527

    You also forget Quantitative Easing QE. Every dollar printed is a dollar defaulted upon. That's literally over a trillion dollar of default.

    Posted in: Pressure on U.S. as global economy meetings near end

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    AiserX

    Climate change is real and it is happening now! It is also accelerating very rapidly. Greenland has lost a quarter of its ice in the last ten years.

    Arctic ice caps have indeed shrunk. How ever Antarctic ice caps have grown. This is most likely a natural planetary phenomenon.

    Posted in: Is it time to ditch the climate 'bible'?

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    AiserX

    At this point, I get sick when ever I hear or read the word "promise" regardless of it's source.

    Posted in: Obama promises to give diplomacy a chance on Syria

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    AiserX

    So how did he win his Nobel peace prize? ;)

    Posted in: Obama tries to build support for Syria strike

  • 0

    AiserX

    By what? Gold plays no productive role in the economy, apart from making a few shiny things. You realize that once gold is mined, it never goes away? It keeps on becoming more common. That represents a massive downside risk, as the threat of glut is always looming. In this regard, gold is the opposite of property or anything else with real utility.

    You make it sound as if Gold is unlimited under the earth. The rate at which Gold is mined and enters the market is at a stable rate. The Gold retains its valuable in the market as i continually recirculates.

    Gold is a dumb investment. Doesn't earn dividends, must always be stored in a highly secure (and expensive) environment and has no real role in the financial system. Just a piece of metal for jewelry and limited industrial uses, whose price is driven by paranoid speculators.

    Gold is not an investment, it's a store of wealth preservation..

    Posted in: Why gold is making a comeback

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    AiserX

    I had no idea the North Koreans would go this far.

    The North denies that it abuses human rights and has refused to recognize the commission, denying access to investigators.

    Somehow a foreign Govt abducting foreign children to train as spies is somehow not a breach of humans rights to these barbarians.

    Posted in: Megumi Yokota's mother tells U.N. team of heartbreak years

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    AiserX

    The title is misleading. These were not "extremist" these were the moderates of Islam. To no behave violently is would be a radical norm under Islam, it's prophet was a brutal warlord, not some guy that went town to town preaching like say Jesus or Buddha.

    Posted in: Extremists slit throats of 44 in Nigeria

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    AiserX

    LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL!!!!

    Posted in: Woman forced to wear bunny ears as penalty for missing sales targets

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