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    HonestDictator

    Imperialists usually start putting up colonies in conquered nations. Iraq, Japan, Afghanistan, etc do not have little enclaves of American suburbs in those nations nor boatloads (or is that plane loads?) of American's travelling to those countries to stay permanently and situating an American politician to head their governments.

    Subjugators would start imposing English language only schools and treating conquered nations indigenous population as slaves/servant's etc.

    Posted in: Congressional panel predicts China will keep confronting U.S.

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    In consideration of becoming capable in interstellar space travel, yes it most probably is possible. Nobody knows every single thing about the universe yet. Think of the different types of travel that are theoretically possible. Time travel and inter-dimensional travel are the two most interesting theories imaginable.

    Posted in: Do you think time travel will ever be possible?

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    Found out one of my old aquaintances from Hong Kong is now making a long-term to permanent move to Osaka Japan. She's always had a nip in her bud about Japan due to being taught to hold a grudge for something that happen to her grandparents/great grandparents, but ever since the CCP started telling Hong Kong who they get to vote for and what their children are going to be taught from now on she's seems to be warming up to Japan a lot more.

    The CCP is an issue, but I personally believe that the idiotic pandering that lead to the idea that China would become more "democratic" the more economically powerful they became (under the CCP... no way no how.). Many country's had corporations throwing their money (and technology) over at the cheap ol' labor (and less safety laws) that the CCP provided and everyone is getting the fruits of their labor. Their tech has been stolen (didn't have to give them the blue prints, just kept sending stuff over to be put together into a complete product!), the CCP is trying to buy up business and property in different nations to fill their coffers up so they can redirect it to building a military that can "expand" the CCPs interests, such as gobbling up resources from surrounding nations, "revenge" on Japan etc.

    Somewhere out there is news of a Chinese billionaire being arrested for advocating for a democratic system in China. His money was re-appropriated into the CCPs coffers which goes to show even wealth won't change their desire for strangle hold power over the people.

    Posted in: Congressional panel predicts China will keep confronting U.S.

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    If this man is the perpetrator, then he's definitely not gonna be alive for long in the Honduras. I'm pretty sure when someone wins their country's pageant to compete in the World pageant the citizens will cheer for their own. Now they can't because she's dead... That's a lot of people who are going to be pi$$ed off at this guy and quite a large lynch mob waiting for him if he's shown to be guilty.

    Posted in: Honduras beauty queen, sister found dead

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    Sorry, but after losing 2 spouses in a row, most intelligent detectives start paying attention to a person like that. 3 would have really had them hunting them down and arresting them. Coincidences aren't this coincidental. Some very suspicious activity has to be causing so many deaths around one person.

    Posted in: 'Black widow' with seven dead partners arrested

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    I said no because the issue is not about China's growing "might" and "economic power" but the CCP whose hands its falling into and how they're using it.

    I really do like China, a lot. But under the CCP hell no.

    Posted in: Are you concerned at China’s growing might in security and economic issues in the Asia-Pacific region?

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    I'd love to see the majority of the 1 billion people in China revolt against the CCP and hold a real protest there. All they would need is a sit in with at least a few million citizens around their government offices.

    Posted in: Hong Kong activists denied permit to go to Beijing

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    So, people who must say 'We agree to deepen security ties' is not real ally at all. Come on, Is China that formidable for you big guys to say something like that? Be stylish!

    China's actions are speaking loud enough for many nations in it's vicinity to notice. Japan and Australia ARE the US's allies, so yeah, re-affirmation of "united we stand" should hopefully, make China realize they can't act like they're acting right now. If we didn't China's government would declare open season on good old fashioned conquer, colonize and expand. Japan can't stand on its own, neither can the Philippines, nor India. The US is a backup buddy because it is formidable, same with Australia.

    Posted in: U.S., Japan, Australia agree to deepen security ties

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    Ofc, I just wasn't going to put that many greats so I said "Longer than" xD. Summarize!

    Posted in: Egypt to open Sphinx area to tourists again

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    Oh the CCP is at it again. This is the major reason I never ever want to visit China. One of my co-workers took a trip there with his wife (for vacation) and as I predicted he came back with a cough and some breathing issues for a week or two.

    Instead of denying it, they need to fix it.

    Posted in: China censors U.S. Embassy pollution data during APEC

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    It looks like one of those old school tradional Chinese silk shirts. Unfortunately it also makes the prez look like a dictator XD.

    Posted in: Obama rejects notion of breakthrough with N Korea

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    The only economic argument offered so far is that smokers cost more in health care, but actually that has been shown to be incorrect, as smokers die earlier, and end up costing less to the health care system (same with fat people). So what economic effects are you referring to?

    As I work in healthcare, this statement is completely false. You have no idea how many health problems arise from smoking that I've have to assist with every day at work. Heart disease, high blood pressure, lung disease, and top it off with the many varieties of cancer people get. All of those cost in medication and healthcare expenses and for those that do live a long time (because they have quit smoking which automatically extended their life expectancy) still have to deal with the payback for their years of smoking.

    Posted in: Japan is still way behind in terms of anti-smoking policies, especially measures against secondhand smoke. You can still smoke in a lot of public places in Japan such as office buildings, coffee shops, restaurants and bars.

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    @Olegek There is a channel here that broadcasts news faculties from different nations. There is even CCTV and RMT global news as well as Al Jazzeera and more.

    Posted in: CNN to suspend service in Russia

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    I like my internet service but as with all corporations running their own monopolization they're trying to give less to make more. There are only 2 major HS ISPs in my state that provide services. Comcast and Centurylink. Both have a very bad habit of trying to sneakily upping the price on their data speeds. When I was with Comcast I started with $56 a month bill after taxes for 25mbps. Then each month afterward they started adding all these "extra" fees of their own making that steadily attempted to grow each month until $56 turned into $66 and they still weren't done.

    Once I saw it try to reach $67 and no improvement to service I had to call and threaten to cancel my service for them to bring the price back down to $56 which they did. Those magical extra fees disappeared because they weren't really necessary in the first place. A lot of other customers have been complaining as well and the only way to get the original price they started with was to have to call and threaten to leave the ISP.

    If the FCC is able to regulate the internet like phone companies then maybe my state will be able to see more than just these 2 ISPs and more smaller companies should be able to grow. And the deals the internet providers are making for other companies shouldn't be allowed, because they're so busy making more money than needed and yes our speeds aren't getting any better but the prices are getting higher.

    Posted in: Obama wants more regulation of Internet providers

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    Make tobacco burning cigs illegal and replace them with nothing but e-cigs. Second hand smoke from one smoker stinks everything up. It gets in one's clothes, hair and other stuff just being around a smoker for 3mins.

    Posted in: Japan is still way behind in terms of anti-smoking policies, especially measures against secondhand smoke. You can still smoke in a lot of public places in Japan such as office buildings, coffee shops, restaurants and bars.

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    I'm so happy that something so old has been around so long. This thing has been around for even longer than our great great great grandparents.

    Posted in: Egypt to open Sphinx area to tourists again

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    It changes color and that's it... zzz.... sorry, but I'm actually concerned more about if my lady will be getting proper support and comfort. Women who are irritated aren't fun to be around especially if their bra is giving them issues.

    Posted in: 'Frozen'-inspired bra changes color when you’re near a friend

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    Sad that the Thai are still tied up around their monarchy.

    Posted in: Hospitalised Thai king makes rare public appearance

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    Better than not voting at all. Doesn't matter if it's just one state, the whole goal of "democracy" is that the majority of people nation-wide decide, not just a small group.

    Posted in: Republicans take control of U.S. Senate

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    You're advocating that a person who is a soldier fighting a "war" for a religious system of oppression (it would be a lot easier if it was just a nationality cause but it isn't, even the Nazi's fought for Germany) to be treated the same as some random serial rapist, gang member etc. Last I checked US prisoners didn't have access to military equipment (oh look a Crip driving a tank! And a Blood using grenades and IEDs attacking an embassy!) attacking various nations officially organized military and focused on waging war against it. "Normal" criminals in prisons in those countries don't do that. (except the really crazy drug cartels in Mexico). When a group of people are dedicated to committing acts of war it is against that country, their government, and their citizens as a whole. Its on a completely different level than some person convicted of murder rotting in a jail cell.

    Be disgusted all you want, but you're out in lala land, and its quite obvious many governments that are fighting these people don't equate them to their local criminal element and don't extend the same "rights" you believe they should have. There is a big difference between a countries rules for war and their laws for basic criminal activity.

    It's like comparing a POW captured on foreign soil carrying an AK47 shooting at a group of legitimate federally funded soldiers with his own personal organization backing him up with military grade weapons, and a gang banger in jail for doing a drive in a ghetto.

    Posted in: Guantanamo prisoners protest over women guards

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