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    Yeah, it's a flop, but you have to consider why. The beaurocratic cronies don't wont to give up their monopoly and allow any sort of competitive trade. The industry was set up to support the few and screw the many and that is the way it will stay. A leopard cannot change its spots and Japanese industry cannot change its price fixing ways.

    Posted in: Japan's power failure: Bid to forge national grid stumbles

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    however, after a student was killed in a brawl in Osaka, Japan’s second-largest metropolitan area, and worries grew about risks to young people against a backdrop of celebrity drug scandals.

    What does this have to do with dancing at clubs late at night? Was it dancing that caused the student's death? Is it dancing that creates celebrity drug scandals? I'm kind of glad that illegal drugs are somewhat difficult to get in Japan cos these wombats are stupid enough without them!

    Posted in: Cabinet OKs changes to law that bans late-night dancing

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    "I am the law!" - It's impossible to prosecute those who own the prosecutors.

    It seems the higher you are interested he ladder the less responsibility you have to take. Shouldn't it be the other way around? Nobody will ever be indicted for any wrong doing over the Fukushima disaster. TEPCO officials have admitted the meltdowns were caused by human error and a failure to upgrade equipment and implement newer safety standards. But, that doesn't really matter. As long as they have a made a public apology there is no need for criminal proceedings. I'm sure the 150,000 odd displaced residents of Fukushima, many of which are still living in shelters and temporary housing, will be thrilled to know their government and its cronies are safe and well living fat off their bonuses.

    Posted in: Prosecutors delay decision on indicting former TEPCO execs

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    Well, I guess we'll see a few of the people in this agency replaced by hand-picked minions to ensure this kind of information is kept well away from the press in the future.

    What safety measures do they have in place against a volcanic eruption? How would they deal with an ash cloud filling the stacks and blocking access? How many nuclear disasters will it take for the stone-headed beaurocrats running this country realise that having over 50 nuclear reactors on one of the most volcanically active and earthquake prone islands in the world is just absolutely ludicrous?

    Posted in: Agency warns of increased activity at volcano near nuclear plant

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    Lets pray he gets the help he needs and is not just thrown back into the society after a stern warning.

    Posted in: Man arrested for pouring urine from PET bottle on girl

  • 5

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    No surprises here. It just makes me laugh.

    Posted in: Minister hit by bar scandal also under fire for owning TEPCO shares

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    Let's hope the isolation of the place where the incident took place will allow the cops to catch this creepy thug quickly. And, let's also hope he 'accidently' breaks his nose while being taken into custody. What a cowardly POS!

    Posted in: Man attacks student, steals her skirt in Ibaraki

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    What a mean and selfish twat! I really don't care if my comments seem abusive or offensive. There is no excuse for this kind of behavior. If it wasn't bad enough she decided to take the life of her child as well, she also seriously disrupted the lives of over 60,000 people. I have no sympathy or empathy for this at all. Hopefully, the kid will go into foster care and never be told of the circumstances of how he became a foster child.

    Posted in: Mother holding 1-year-old baby jumps in front of train in Tokyo

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    This is just public appeasing lip service! They are being prosecuted for the wrong things. They should be prosecuted for failing to install upgrades and employ safety measures outlined by the previous safety standards which caused the meltdowns. The tsunami just showed how laxed they were on improvements on 40 year old reactors that were only built to last 30 years. The tsunami did not cause the meltdowns. TEPCO officials did!

    Posted in: Prosecutors set to rule on Fukushima indictments against TEPCO execs

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    Hey! Hang on! Yeah, the perp is dead, but so is the innocent woman. There's nothing to celebrate here!

    Posted in: Woman found stabbed to death; suspect jumps from building roof

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    A quarter of a ton of porn? 70 videos? His friend is sick all right! Guess what the local cops are gonna be doing for the next few months?

    Posted in: Pensioner arrested for dumping 200 kgs of porn in park

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    Personally, I see no problem with these 'uchiwa' fans. It's no different to the printed posters plastered around the towns and it's definitely a lot less offensive than those loud speaker vans they travel around in. If she was using the funds for trips to the beauty salon or to buy clothes I could see a problem, but that is not the case. This situation just seems rather petty and immature to me.

    Posted in: Justice minister undone by cheap paper fan

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    The Japanese government’s plan to restart nuclear reactors shut down after the Fukushima disaster will not be affected by Monday’s resignation of the industry minister

    Nothing will stop the Japanese government's plan to restart the reactors. Japan is not a democracy! It is a Fasciest state controlled by beaurocrats and their cronies. Many cities have rejected the restart of the reactors with majority votes against it, but the government does not care. They are gonna go ahead anyway. Democracy? Don't make me laugh!

    Posted in: Obuchi's departure won't affect nuclear reactor restarts

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    Another day in Japan another family murder-suicide! Luckily this kid lived, but he has to live with the knowledge that his mother tried to kill him and then killed herself. The streets of Japan are pretty safe, but the danger lays at home.

    Posted in: Woman found dead in car; 11-year-old son also found with stab wounds

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    Imura’s lawyers argued that he did not know his acts were illegal, a notion that the court rejected.

    Well, he knows now, doesn't he? That's a pretty lame excuse. I remember a judge told me many years ago that, ignorance is not an excuse. I also wonder the charges were. Was h charged with illegal possession of a firearm? That can carry a 5-10 year sentence in Japan. I think he got off pretty lightly.

    Posted in: Man jailed for 2 years for making guns with 3D printer

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    The thing is though, this article does not give any extenuating circumstances or evidence to support the husband's claims. Did she really want to die or did he murder her? Has there been toxicology tests done in her? Was she slipped half a dozen sleeping pills before she was CO2 poisoned in the van? Was the husband the reason she wanted to die?

    Posted in: Man says he killed his wife because she wanted to die

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    More than half of the residents signed a petition opposing the restart, but the government is still pushing ahead with plans to restart them regardless of public opinion. This is true for every reactor in Japan. I think the japanese people have to accept the fact that, the government they voted into to power doesn't give a fat rat's ball bag about their opinion and will do whatever they like. I'm wondering how many of these people opposing the restart were part of the 50% of the population that actually got up of their donkeys and voted.

    Posted in: Nuclear reactor restarts unlikely this year

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    Happy birthday to the grandmother of Japan!

    Posted in: Empress Michiko celebrates 80th birthday

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    he killed her because she wanted to die.

    Ah, true love!

    Posted in: Man says he killed his wife because she wanted to die

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    Political funding scandals are a chronic problem in Japan, where gifts to constituents were banned to prevent vote buying.

    I think this should read, getting caught misappropriating political funds is a huge problem in Japan. What's wrong with these mullets? Do they believe their position is to exploit and abuse the privileges of office? Do they believe they are above the law? There was that goon a few weeks ago that spent over a million yen of political donations on going to gentlemen's clubs and massage parlours. Cue judge Dread, "I am the law!"

    Posted in: Trade, justice ministers quit as Abe loses 2 of his 5 women ministers

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