AiserX's past comments

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    AiserX

    Doesn't matter if its dangerous. The drivers know what they are getting into and understand the risk. People like to watch these things for entertainment but don't expect an incident to happen. We also test out new vehicular technology with these cars which becomes a big plus. Life is one big risk after another. The problem with people like the OP of this ridiculous article is that if we actually heeded his/her advice then many things that are just as risky would be put to an abrupt end. Including space travel. The world would actually become an incredibly boring place if we actually listened.

    Posted in: IndyCar clearly too risky; time to shut it down

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    WTF? LOL too funny. I know Dems and idiots like Jorge Ramos want open borders and wants illegal aliens to freely come in and go as they please. People like Ramos are the real perpetrators and supporter of true terrorism.

    Indeed. People like Ramos are a 5th column in our societies who's interest and allegiance lie elsewhere, and I say this as someone who is Hispanic. This 5th column is highly dangerous as they are highly deceitful in masquerading themselves as one of us, while engaging in activism for an alien group of people that have no regard for border laws.

    Posted in: What's in a name? The debate over labelling migrants and refugees

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    Each country must do its job in a sense of repatriating these so called "refugees" back to their countries and have them fix these places on their own. Then they must defund and remove themselves from the UNHCR. To the people at the UNHCR, their mentality is that EVERYONE should be allowed into 1st world countries unhindered under the guise of "humans rights". Of course if that were to be practiced then all 1st world countries would collapse into mirror images of 3rd world countries and these do--gooders at the UN would no longer be able to cry "humans rights". Really the UN is 1 of our biggest enemies.

    Posted in: U.N. refugee chief seeks better EU cooperation on migrants

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    The bond series take place during the cold war era. Can you imagine a Black spy of British citizenship spying in Russia? No way would that be tolerated or possible then nor now. As the saying goes "the original is always best"a black JB just can't have the aesthetic suave of a genuine British/Scot playing the roll.

    Posted in: Time for black or gay 007, says Brosnan

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    Hes politically incorrect. Speaks his mind. The people are sick and tired of all these ridiculous social taboos where subjects can't be discussed otherwise your given an unflattering label.

    Posted in: What makes Donald Trump a new kind of candidate

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    Even during the height of slavery the percentage of whites owning slaves in the U.S was within the singles digits. That's because owning a slave during that era was as much a luxury as owning say a Ferrari today, just not many people were able to afford it. Did you know that many Irish people were also enslaved but don't complain about? Did you know that even blacks were slave masters in America? For example Antonio Johnson was the first ever slave owner in America and was also a black man from present day Angola.

    In all this "truth" committee is nothing but bunk that would distort history in such a way as to exaggerate the effects of slavery. The justification is always "could help" but "could help" is not an argument or certainty. Especially when tax money is involved.

    Posted in: U.S. needs truth and reconciliation commission

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    The important point is that violent uprisings are a reaction against systematic police violence, which is in itself a product of de facto segregation.

    No. Uprisings are a result of integration. All conflicts are a result of integration between peoples that don't want to be next to each other. That's why all these countries in the middle east and Africa are constantly in civil strife, people just don't want to be next to people that are vastly different from themselves.It's why countries like Japan and S.Korea are so peaceful, relatively little to no cultural and racial differences. Multiculturalism = conflict.

    Posted in: What U.S. hasn't learned about race relations: From Watts in '65 to Ferguson in '15

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    What the heck does heading to the beach have to do with the plight of developing countries? This is just plain lazy on the part of the writer. I guess he couldn't think of an introduction so he just threw this together. Talk about a joke of an article.

    It's a form of guilt tripping. "Oh dear that country is so impoverished!!! What in the world can I do to help!!!!".

    Then there these quotes

    Addis Ababa won’t be a success unless it moves the rich world to commit more resources to the very poorest among us.

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    Meanwhile, the wealthy nations must agree to deliver more foreign assistance - and send that assistance to those that need it most.

    Ummm no. 1st world countries (developed) need to stop sending money to "developing"(third world) countries. That money was earned and its wealth created to the benefit of its people, not to be thrown down the gutter to some "developing" country. It is unfair to those wealthy countries people to be given the shaft in such a way, Here is what these poor countries should do to get their act together, stop popping out 5,6,7,10 kids per women that they cannot support but on international aid.

    Posted in: How to make sure 'developing' countries can develop

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    @Illyas

    Mores, norms, gender roles all exist for a good reason. When the prevailing philosophy adopted by society is 'you only live once' and 'do whatever makes you happy', you're looking at the death of what once made that society great. What values built Rome, Britain, the Untied States, etc into world powers? And what values did those powers adopt prior to their fall? I don't view this issue in isolation, but as an ongoing trend towards nihilism and other such self-destructive philosophies in the West. IIIyas is absolutely correct. Something is terribly and terminally wrong in many western countries where all of these social abnormalities are being promoted as some new "norm" that should be celebrated and exalted. The novelist Fyodor Dostoyevsky easily diagnosed these cultural marxist ills way ahead of his time.

    Posted in: Cross-dressing Conchita Wurst visits Shibuya mayor

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    Sometimes the most beloved and well revered inventions are simple in nature..

    Posted in: Invention most Japanese are proud of is instant ramen

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    You really don't need some study to verify this. Sometimes I wonder if such researchers can't think of something more worthwhile to research other then something that is commonly known already?

    A young puppy, like a human child if mistreated in its infancy will absolutely ALWAYS grow up into a violent canine that will eventually lash back violently. Have seen this happen several times.

    Posted in: Dogs snub people who are mean to their owners: study

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    Of course. All of these summits are the same. The topics, talks, problems, solutions are all the same. This by people that are either life time politicians or big business that are tightly connected with Govt officials. I remember 1 member, can't remember the name openly admit that such events are for business people and high ranking Govt officials to network.

    Posted in: Do you think gatherings like the G7 and APEC summits are a waste of time and money?

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    @Alex80 Of course. Its the responsibility of the countries in which they depart from to prevent this from happening not Europe's. Don't you understand? By rescuing them, you actually incentivize an endless wave of boat illegals to come.

    Posted in: 4,200 migrants rescued in Mediterranean

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    @Alex80

    No, Italy is not acting "civil" by "saving" them. The problem with you and those that bring those boat people in suffer from one of the most destructive mental diseases that can wreck entire nations, pathological altruism.

    Posted in: 4,200 migrants rescued in Mediterranean

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    Act of war.

    Posted in: Indonesia sinks foreign boats to deter illegal fishing

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    If debt to GDP is 240%++ that is not a sign of a small state. It's the hall mark sign of a massively bloated state that spends more then it takes in. The same apples everywhere else.

    Posted in: Modern Japan - land of small government

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    Yep. I'd choose a fellow human every time.

    Nice bit of sophistry. When did you qualify as human?

    Posted in: What happened to Hollywood's push for diversity after Oscars?

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    Because those that push for diversity are annoying. Not only that but it simply does not work when people would rather be around those similar to them. Strangely enough Hollywierd pushes for diversity yet its many award shows are anything but.

    Posted in: What happened to Hollywood's push for diversity after Oscars?

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    I Condemn SK for condemning Japan.

    Posted in: S Korea condemns Japan's approval of history textbooks

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