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    HonestDictator

    Very painful to hear, I feel for the parents as well as the driver depending on how this situation truly played out. The parents lost their child that they tried to raise into adulthood after 13 years... And the driver has to deal with killing someone on the job.

    Posted in: 13-year-old girl riding bike killed by truck

  • 0

    HonestDictator

    You have two kinds of people in these kinds of situations, the ones who freak out and are scared, and the ones who know its going to happen no matter what they do (how do you think Islamists groups get so many willing suicide bombers???) and are realists about what is going to happen in the next few moments.

    For example when IS was in the process of driving out non-muslims in Iraq/Syria they always started by asking them, "Are you Christian or muslim". And if they said yes to being Christian, the next question was, "Will you renounce your faith and become muslim?", if the victim said "no" they were told to turn around and were killed from behind. If the victim said "yes" then were killed without being turned around because the Qur'an specifically states if anyone renounces their religion just to save their lives and they are a person "of the book" they're cowards and apostates that should be put to death.

    And I'm sad to say but Hidingout is pretty much stating the obvious in regards to how many of the "civilized" countries will be reacting to this situation when the last straw is broken. As time goes on and if the extremists don't stop, the "civilized" countries will start ignoring upholding human rights for them, and become more and more vicious in order to eliminate the threat to the point where there will be actual persecution reversed back against all muslims. Its not going to be a pretty picture in those times. Islamists perpetuated religious persecution, and it will be reversed against all.

    Imagine a future where it is a requirement to have your religious affiliation/ or non-affiliation being printed on your identification papers. In many Islamic countries that is already a reality and their governments treat you differently if you're not muslim.

    Kinda reminds me of revelations in the bible that stated something to the effect of "and they will be marked by the mark of the beast, and without the mark one can not buy or sell goods unless they have the mark."

    I for one really do NOT want to see that become reality and if it does, that means one religion has too many things that becoming truthful to be ignored.

    Posted in: Video shows beheading of British aid worker

  • 0

    HonestDictator

    Well, from what I've seen Japan still needs to get its interpretation of sexual harassment under control and treat it more seriously and stop tossing the term around for almost any reason. Same goes with power harassment. The idea behind this is to create a safe and non-intimidating work environment for your employees, which in turn encourages better productivity because they can feel comfortable doing their job.

    Japan really needs to improve laws for employers to have better guidelines for running a business and protecting employee rights.

    Posted in: Female bosses not averse to sexual harassment

  • 2

    HonestDictator

    Wow, what an idiot. If they expect the US gov to send representatives to "save" them from going directly into harms way then they're sadly mistaken. The feds site explicitly details of how safe it is to travel to certain countries and status of US relations with those countries. The other option is that some NorK "official" tore up his visa and then they just started writing up "charges" from there. Wisdom's child says, "Don't go to countries that the US has extremely bad relations with".

    Common sense seems to be getting rarer and rarer each day.

    Posted in: N Korea sentences American to six years in labor camp

  • 4

    HonestDictator

    What I don't understand is why IS believes they're instilling fear, when in fact all they're doing is just making others more enraged and furious and more driven to wipe them out.

    And I don't understand why some folks still can't understand that groups like IS don't care about "getting revenge for the deaths of innocent muslims at the hands of western devils" they only care about extremely misguided notions for their holy war and dying as "martyrs" for the glory of Islam. If they were so concerned about stopping the deaths of innocent muslims, then they would not be having suicide bombers at markets, weddings, parties, or commiting their own "justice for Islam" by killing and persecuting anyone who they deem un-Islamic enough in their eyes, or any non-muslim who doesn't subject themselves to Islamic oppression tactics.

    These people are driven by a purely demonic belief that worships death, destruction, and oppression of others. And Presto seems to be another person that has realized that evil does exist in this world and yes, a truly loving God that *creates life" cherishes life, and allows free will would not be happy about groups of people running counter to that.

    Posted in: Video shows beheading of British aid worker

  • 0

    HonestDictator

    Hmm, So Yahoo will play with the PRC but not the US? As long as the US justice department can issue a warrant, Yahoo has to comply, but if its just the NSA/etc trying to get private info without a warrant from the justice department then Yahoo can fight it.

    I can honestly say I don't trust corporations in it for the money any more than I trust certain branches of my government with my rights to privacy.

    Posted in: Yahoo describes surveillance fight

  • 1

    HonestDictator

    One of the biggest errors would be to assume that the US would not use military intervention against other nuclear powers. The difference is as simple as who would be the first of the nuclear powers to use a nuclear weapon against another. Because the first one stupide enough to launch will also be the first one to be retaliated against with nuclear weapons. Until then the US would use conventional weapons etc to do war. Most nuclear powers should have enough brains to figure out it's not worth using a nuclear weapon unless they plan on making a place uninhabitable for hundreds of generations to come. The nukes today are much more powerful than Fat boy and Little Man and if you think the remorse from that was bad, wait until one of the Hydro's goes off and wipes out a country. Genocide will be felt across the globe on a human level.

    Posted in: More than half of Chinese see war with Japan: poll

  • 1

    HonestDictator

    Nah, I think too many people worldwide like their Nintendo, PS3/4/Vita, Manga/Anime/JRPGs/Games, Sony/Panasonic/JVC, Toyota, Sushi, Geisha, Karate, Aikido, Judo, and odd and crazy news (in many western nations) from Japan etc. to just sit still and any military aggression from China. Lotsa places would have non Japanese otaku blowing a gasket at China.

    I know I'd be peeved to hell if I didn't get my next chapter of Berserk because China' tries to start a war. <,<=>,>

    Posted in: More than half of Chinese see war with Japan: poll

  • 0

    HonestDictator

    I remember some hardcore US republican radio commentator stating how, "The global warming crisis is a liberal scheme to make us spend more money, because the polar ice caps are actually showing signs of growing larger..." as a means to his agenda.

    I just hope more and more human beings across the globe start getting it together and learn, that we only get one earth (at least until we figure out how to terraform Mars and Venus) and even then the better we take care of our home planet, the better we'll be able to maintain new ones.

    Posted in: Scientists say ozone layer is recovering

  • 0

    HonestDictator

    lol "cute" food now huh? XD maybe trying to encourage ppl to cook.

    Posted in: Sanrio's new cute characters

  • 2

    HonestDictator

    Agreed Mirai, sheesh even I remember all those books I read and being told in elementary school/kindergarten to not even talk to strangers, let alone take anything from them.... Because there are very dangerous people out in the world that actually do target little children.

    Posted in: Police looking for man who gave 9-year-old girl tainted candy in park

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    HonestDictator

    If the results are proven conclusive then I can just imagine how many JTR movies will be coming out. Now he'll no longer be the most mysterious killer ever known.

    Posted in: Jack the Ripper identified through DNA traces: sleuth

  • 2

    HonestDictator

    And it's not my fault. It's not my responsibility. I just can't control myself.

    And I'm sure a hot woman's bf/hubby nearby just can't control his fist when it meets your face, or his foot when it meets your buttocks xD.

    In all seriousness though, why on earth would you want to put your hands on a complete and utter stranger in the first place? Attractive or not you don't know who they really are, where they've been, where they've come from, and just who might be with them. It would never be a good thing for anyone to try and grope me in Japan because I would not hesitate to break that hand. I know the consequences for doing that, but it would be a consequence for the groper and if there ever is a next time they'd remember the potential consequences of such stupidity.

    Posted in: Women who attract 'chikan,' and women who don’t: An illustrated guide

  • 2

    HonestDictator

    Wow, this sounds completely familiar. Cruise ships are becoming more and more dangerous because they're trying to get more and more passengers on a single ship because more passengers = more money. And if they're trying to add more seats to planes its the exact same thing. We gotta get a grip on this greed thing folks. Greed always leads to corruption and much worse things.

    Posted in: 'Legroom war' rages as planes grow more cramped

  • -1

    HonestDictator

    It's those awesome Iranian hackers again. After taking down a spy drone, how hard is it to alter a flight plan?

    Posted in: Plane chartered by U.S. military lands in Iran amid mix-up

  • 0

    HonestDictator

    No women or children killed/maimed this time? Amazing!

    Depends on what information is allowed outside of the area. While I don't think that every single bombing run the US does results in innocent civilian casualties its probably fairly rare that some random civilian isn't wander at least nearby in the area... but then again this is Somalia, not Afghanistan etc. Different areas and countries have different population density.

    Posted in: U.S. says Shebab chief killed in bombing raid in Somalia

  • 3

    HonestDictator

    Right after the US took Kiev.

    The US never had to deal in Kiev bro'. I thought it was an EU thing that they were trying to join.

    Posted in: NATO leaders accuse Russia, aid Ukraine

  • 2

    HonestDictator

    Well, I as an ordinary citizen of one of these countries need more proof from my government to solidify their claims. The things that are going against Russia and the seperatists was the shooting down of the passenger plane and lack of access to the crash site. While I would really hope Putin could be telling the truth, without access to verifiable intelligence files and such. Only way the NATO could agree on this is they all have verifiable proof of Russia's direct meddling. And considering the so called "strategic" placement of Ukraine to NATO, Russia believes it should prevent it.

    What a waste of talent on Russia's part. If Russia had been a part of NATO back in the day without all that messy USSR junk heck, the world would be a much more awesome place and China/NK/ and the Islamist fanaticism wouldn't be a problem for anyone. But Russia wants to be the bad boy eastern European crew with China as a buddy... Potential down the drain.

    Posted in: NATO leaders accuse Russia, aid Ukraine

  • -2

    HonestDictator

    It's ok. South Africa will be having to deal with the spread of Islamists up north trying to work their way south in a few more years. They'd better start showing some backbone quite soon aside from wussing out to China.

    Posted in: South Africa refuses Dalai Lama visa for Nobel summit

  • 3

    HonestDictator

    For all the nay-sayers and "the extremists were made because of western actions" y'all really need to talk with the muslim apostates and their support groups. They've been calling out Islamic ideology for DECADES (think since the 70s) While you sit there bickering over how the US is the cause of all this mess (which it helped open the can of worms that were already festering below the surface...).

    The fact is quite simple no matter how much one wants to refute it. Islam was created by no man of peace, the Qur'an says it quite plainly, and the hadiths state it quite plainly. IS, AQ, Boko, etc all follow it quite plainly.

    The ex-muslims have been saying it over and over and over and over and over again and the PC crowd still can't get it through their thick skulls how nasty this global politico-religious cult is. Get a clue and start listening to them.

    Posted in: Video purports to show beheading of second U.S. journalist

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