AiserX's past comments

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    AiserX

    Good ruling. Anti-whalers do not have the right to disrupt commerce nor do they have the right to place others in danger just because they don't like the idea of whaling.

    Why are these folk killing whales?

    Have they no humanity?

    You folk are making yourselves more and more isolated from the world, and Abe is speeding it along.

    They are killing whales for food? Do you have no humanity? Do you not eat living organisms yourself? eg plants and animals.

    Posted in: Anti-whaling activists found in contempt of court in U.S.

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    And have you paused to consider the staggering hypocrisy and arrogance of the UN espousing a doctrine of democracy to these third world countries while maintaining an autocratic structure? You really need a refresher course in leadership.

    Now, you need a refresher in leadership. While I don't like the U.N structure, I'd rather have 1st world countries pressure 3rd world countries as opposed to 3rd world countries pressure 1st world countries under the guise of majority rule democracy. Which is what people like you most likely want. Really the arrogance is on your part, there is a reason such poor countries are a failure.

    Posted in: 5 problems facing U.N. as it nears 70th anniversary

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    AiserX

    "Outdated power structure". So it needs to be updated in the sense of giving it more power I would assume? No how dated it is is irrelevant, its not needed to begin with.

    @Frungy

    It is easily the least democratic institution in the world.

    And for the better. While I dont like the U.N at all, its a massive waste of tax money, I would dread a democratic U.N. Democracy is simply tyranny of the majority which is why checks and balances are needed. Keep in mind most countries in the world are third world impoverished countries. Why should this failed majority decide policy for a successful minority of countries?

    The U.N is simply ineffective in its goals of solving world problems. Its simply a canal to redistribute wealth from wealthy societies to impoverished societies under the guidance of "foreign aid"

    Posted in: 5 problems facing U.N. as it nears 70th anniversary

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    Lightly joking or not Obama is right. Too much immigration causes such tensions.

    Posted in: Obama inadvertently galvanizes anti-immigration sentiments in Japan

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    Absolutely not. Only selective immigration is the way to go. Unskilled immigration is backed by the faulty logic that the unskilled will somehow become skilled in what the country needs, nurses, engineers ect. Okinawa proves that unskilled immigrants remain unskilled.

    Posted in: Do you think Japan should allow immigration by unskilled workers?

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    AiserX

    Good? Good? You think the death of a young man is good? Even if he did commit that robbery he was not arrested or tried or convicted for it, just executed.

    I don't know how anyone can say this is "good". Even if you think he was a bad young man and a danger, do you think being shot in the street is how a civilized society should be dispensing justice?

    There's no "good" in this situation to be had, anywhere.

    Yes certainly good. I think you don't understand. Or you are too politically correct to see the reality of what happen in this scene. So this young man (great way of painting him as some harmless person) whom was tall and very well built robbed a convenience store, refused to stand down to the warning of an officer, charged and assaulted the officer and tried to take his gun away does not justify his shooting? In a civilized society it CERTAINLY does. In an uncivilized society, you get away with assault right after a robbery. But hey in your world I'm sure this would be the opposite.

    Posted in: Grand jury decides not to indict police officer in Ferguson shooting

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    Good. There was a video of Thug Brown strong arming a smaller convenience store owning and stealing from him.

    Posted in: Grand jury decides not to indict police officer in Ferguson shooting

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    AiserX

    While it sounds cool, I would prefer to live on a sky city instead. One of the things I have against an underwater city is the atmospheric pressure it builds up. Anyone whom traveled via subway under a huge body of water knows about this when that "poping" effect you get inside your ears happens. It's very uncomfortable.

    Posted in: Japan sees modern Atlantis spiral deep into ocean

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    Russophobia. Disgusting

    Posted in: Putin denies he left G-20 summit early due to criticism over Ukraine

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    Leftist abide by a double standard. When they "protest" they actually instead attack, throw firebombs, loot and intimidate. If you try to prevent them they scream "free speech" or "humans rights". They want it to apply to them but not to others equally. Such protestors need to be raided, crushed and stopped from carrying their immature and dangerous actions.

    Posted in: Riot police raid Kyoto University after 3 activists arrested

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    Rahanim still sees room for improvement in making Japan more Muslim-friendly.

    I agree with KariHaruka on this.

    They always want non-muslim countries to become "more Muslim friendly". Muslims for the most part are not friendly in observing the customs in their adopted non muslim countries. If anything all non muslim countries need to become more Musim-UNfriendly, and not bow down to their primitive and annoying ways.

    Posted in: Japan tries to tap growing Muslim tourist market

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    When you import third-worlders from war torn countries that have known violence, bitterness and hopelessness then this is the end result. All those negative experiences have a very deleterious effect on an developing brain. So when they do arrive, they bring the violence with them.

    Posted in: Why Britain is losing its fight against radicalisation

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    There is this idea that allowing more immigrants in just so that the local sports team can compete is whats needed. Of course just a few years ago France learned this was not so the hard way. Sparking a race row and for good reasons. Allow mass immigrants in, in particular Africans just for the sake of having a better sports team? or an excuse to promote the failed ideology of multiCULTuralism? won't work.

    Sports don't matter anyways.

    Posted in: Out-of-Africa gold rush prompts disquiet at Asian Games

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    AiserX

    Why would any Japanese person become a Jihadist let alone a Muslim is beyond me.

    Posted in: Gov't trying to confirm report 9 Japanese have joined Islamic State

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    AiserX

    You might want to recheck the definition of the word 'nepotism'. Bush Snr did not appoint his son president of the US and Ambassador Kennedy got her bachelor degree at Havard and her legal degree at Columbia. She has worked on the boards of several NPOs. What is it about her that you think disqualifies her to be ambassador?

    Your point? Guys like Larry Summers (academic economist and former Harvard president) were wrong. George Bush graduated from Yale. Obama has wrecked the U.S economy and he was educated at Harvard & Yale. Do you really need a degree from Harvard and Colombia to simply be an Ambassador? Those with high profile names get unearned special treatment. Take Hillary Clinton's daughter, Chelsea, she does absolutely nothing but give public speeches. Yet gets around $600,600 as a special correspondent for a news channel. While hardly ever making an appearance.

    Posted in: Gender equality discussion

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    @ Turbostat

    The constitution may not give the right to secede, but the Declaration of independence does.

    Declaration of Independence

    Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.

    and

    We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness - That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.

    In all the U.S is a voluntary union. All 50 state chose freely to join it, as opposed to at gun point. Therefore they must also retain the right to secede, else it's an involuntary union.

    Posted in: One in four Americans want their state to secede, but why?

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    AiserX

    1 in 4 want to secede because the U.S is too heavily taxed and too heavily regulated. They are sick and tired of an ever expanding growth of the federal Govt. There are no other answers to this question. This is not like in other parts in the world like in Crimea or Scotland, where there are a nostalgic feeling for what was once an independent country or part of another more powerful country as is the case in Crimea. Or how the 4 surround provinces of mainland China don't see themselves as a part of China, such as in Tibet.

    Since none of these explanations can be rationally given to 1 in 4 Americans, critics whom don't understand what's going on are left with only 3 errors. 1)They are "nuts" 2) They are "racist" 3) both. Of course painting 1 in 4 Americans of 312,000,000 is obviously absurd, but those critics don't see this.

    Posted in: One in four Americans want their state to secede, but why?

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    AiserX

    Crimea was invaded, the armed forces neutralised... then the people asked to vote, although the Russians were always going to keep it anyway. It isn't frecognised as part of Russia except by the Russians and Crimeans.

    Putin won't rest until he has recreated the Soviet Union. The Baltic countries had better watch their backs...

    There is a reason why it is recognized as part of Russia by both Russia and the Crimeans. You see Crimea-Oblast was actually part of Russia for the past 600 years. It only was not part of the Russia for the past 60 years. This is due to Khruschev illegal policy of transferring Crimea-Oblast over under the 1954 transfer.

    Also Putin does not want to recreate the Soviet Union. No one in Russia does. While to us Communism means authoritarian brutal rule, in that part of the world it mostly means breadlines, and food shortages.and scarcity of all goods. In Putins eyes when he called the collapse of the USSR as "The greatest geopolitical disaster" what he meant by this was not a nostalgic view of the USSR. Indeed he witnessed 1 of his parents carried away in a wagon of dead bodies under such a system. But rather he meant that the whole of the USSR could had been reformed into the market based economy that Russia is today.

    Posted in: Putin seeks 'statehood' talks on east Ukraine

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