HonestDictator's past comments

  • -3

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    Back then, nobody knew what the effects of an atomic weapon could do. It was not morally "justifiable" (very few things in war ever are...) but it was also not known what it's capabilities were. Now everyone knows what using a nuclear weapon can do and that it has drastically long lasting effects. Back then it was used out of ignorance, they just thought it would blow up a lot of stuff with one bomb. But now we know better and know that anyone that actually uses it with such knowledge is a fool.

    Posted in: Do you think the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were morally justifiable?

  • -2

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    Hint to tell them to stop breeding like bunnies. But the poorer a country is the higher the birth rate. We really need to start learning to terraform and colonize nearby planets if they don't get a cap on it.

    Posted in: India set to become world's most populous country by 2022 - U.N.

  • 2

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    It is a custom, and they have no right to interfere.

    It's not a custom lol. Someone somewhere along the line in Florida wondered if they could eat the gator they killed (because they are dangerous when they're hungry) , and when they found out they could it became another animal on the list of edible meats.

    I would agree with if the crocs were only being killed for their skin or if they're too few in number. But since that is not the case, then PETA has no right to bother folks about it.

    Posted in: Thick Skin

  • 2

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    PETA strikes again. Unfortunately for them I don't see anything wrong with using the croc skin. Why? Because there is a wonderful little restaurant in my city that serves croc meat, and its freakin' delicious. So why waste the skin of something that qualifies as food as long as it's not endangered. If you're going to kill an animal for food, don't waste its skin. Besides, its not like the crocodile hasn't gotten us back a bit by munching on some humans.

    Aim more for dolphin and whale hunting.

    Posted in: Thick Skin

  • 5

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    It is obscene, but it's not involving real minors in sexual acts. Once again the line between reality and fiction has to be clear cut for people that don't quite comprehend it. I've said it many times, if a person is going to act on their fantasy they themselves have a problem mentally.

    For those that do have an issue with sexual illustrations, keep in mind it is still a fictional illustration that does not involve real people. If their worried people will act out because of them... grow up. and see my above statement. They'll do it any way regardless of any fictional depictions. Before any of this existed, there were rapists, pedophiles, murderers, etc. Fiction reflects a bit of reality, not the other way around.

    Posted in: Sexual images of minors in manga and anime: Art or obscenity?

  • 0

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    PR marketing logic just fails me.... absolutely fails me. Doesn't matter what country, some ideas these marketing companies come up with are just ridiculous.

    Posted in: Half-naked 'Spartans' attract attention of Beijing police

  • 2

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    He's old stubborn codger who won't accept the fact that his past actions have sunk his ship. His positive role model is burnt nearly to ash.

    Posted in: Bill Cosby counterattacks in alleged sex assault storm

  • 1

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    So simply put Japan needs to be able to identify pedophiles before they can get into any position where they can harm children. Getting better psychiatric tests for people that work or intend to work with children would be a start.

    I agree with Elizabeth that Japan needs a sex offender registry so people who are pedophiles or rapists can be identified and people can avoid them or make sure their children aren't around them nor can they get jobs with access to children or vulnerable youths.

    Believe it or not, I don't agree on the manga (Its like equating video games and violent movies to increased violence), which is only problem with people who can't see the line between fiction and reality (which is a sign of mental illness in itself).

    But I do agree on the "loli" photography/gravure magazines as it involves REAL children.

    Posted in: 'Lolicon' teachers a growing concern

  • 0

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    And people wonder why the US and EU end up getting involved with other countries affairs. We're expected to fix other people's countries so they don't end up having ton's of their civilians trying to get to the western countries. Stating, "We won't go back" is like saying, "We're gonna squat in your house cause we feel like it. Now take care of us!"

    The biggest problem isn't so much they're immigrating to western countries, its that they're exporting negative aspects of their culture and society with them expecting the host country to adapt to them instead of adapting to the host country. And to top it off in the EU, bad welfare policies will bleed their coffers dry if they don't adapt the requirements that work able people on welfare must be actively trying to find work or get educated enough to find work and become productive members of society.

    Posted in: EU fails to reach migrant settlement target

  • 2

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    At times he could be clownish, but at least with him, we always knew where we stood and at least he loved his country and wouldn't have sold out.

    Wow, I'm amazed you believe that. Bush did sell out the country along with his fellow party members. The fact you missed that shows you're extremely blinded by partisan politicking. The only thing that matters to the GOP (or as I like to call them, "the rich old white men party") is how to line their pockets and make the rest of the country help them line their pockets by passing legislature that only helps them and their cronies. They're not happy with the vast amount of money they have.

    Being on the receiving end of their policies, let me experience their actions first hand at work, home, and locally. I know there are some good Republicans out there, but they never ever make it to POTUS because too many are voting in the greedy idiots.

    Posted in: Trump stirs new controversy by criticizing McCain war record

  • 1

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    IS doesn't seem to understand, they think they're inspiring fear in others who aren't them. All its doing is encouraging us to become more vicious and inhumane against them. They really haven't thought it through that what goes around comes around. And I know on a human level, we can be much much worse than whatever they think they're doing.

    Posted in: In an IS training camp, children told: Behead the doll

  • 0

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    Japan really does need to make sure that certain crimes that any "minor" should be tried as an adult. Especially murder. The man was stabbed 10 times! Not once. Plus the duration of the judgment for murder shouldn't be so short. If one takes someone elses life, then they should lose a large portion of their life behind bars. Instead of a couple of years, extend that to a decade or more. Take a decade and when they're released they'll certainly feel the loss of time that they could have had in their life for taking another's.

    Posted in: 17-year-old boy arrested for fatally stabbing man on street in Aichi

  • 0

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    Well the shark was at least taught on an instinctual level that humans can be a problem to try and eat.

    Posted in: Surfer fights off shark during South Africa competition

  • 0

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    The FBI can't prevent everything. Short of gaining telepathy and psychic abilities there will not be a chance of preventing individual actions. Minority Report anyone?

    Posted in: Military site shootings illustrate FBI terrorism concerns

  • 4

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    We already have a clown in the office, how much more worse can it get?

    Oh that's easy. The previous clown before him...

    It's boiled down to picking the lesser of two evils these days. I wonder if we'll ever see such a thing as a memorably good president these days.

    Posted in: Trump stirs new controversy by criticizing McCain war record

  • 0

    HonestDictator

    One seriously has to be going deaf to have their music loud enough to be heard by others with headphones on. In the US its really bad, though. Mostly young blood brats sitting on the train think they don't even need headphones. They just blast it straight off their phone, or even a boombox... (Unless a transit officer is on board to tell them to obey the rules).

    On my local transit system we have signs that state the following rules.

    No eating or drinking. (This rule they let slide a lot as long as people aren't leaving crumbs or trash behind)

    2.No Putting your feet on the seats. (They won't let this slide, because it costs money to maintain and clean the vehicles. But even then there are a ton of fools that think they're cool by putting their shoes on the seats and making them really dirty. Plus nobody knows where they've been walking.)

    No Gambling (Of course this is a given. Last time someone was gambling on the public transit system was probably back in the 80s)

    No loud music, USE HEADPHONES (The driver/transit officers will tell passengers to keep their music down as it can be considered causing a disturbance on the Bus or Light Rail train. But as I said, many ignorant brats ignore this unless they're caught.)

    5.No drinking alcohol. (Pretty much a given as they don't want people getting drunk and causing a disturbance, plus the smell of alcohol. Also we still have laws against where people can "publically consume alcohol". ) You can get on the bus/ light rail drunk, but you can't drink while on the transit system.

    No smoking. Yes people actually have to be told this.

    There is a lovely sign that informs passengers on each public transit system that states anyone caught causing a disturbance on public transportation can be fined up to $10,000 USD and up to 2 years in prison. Sad to say there are still people stupid enough to go that far on the bus even in this day and age. Fighting, stabbing, shooting, drinking alcohol. No shortage of fools in the world.

    Posted in: 10 train faux-pas in Japan that some men are willing to let slide

  • 0

    HonestDictator

    @M3, you don't know much about Tennessee do you? That thar's part of the "bible" belt filled with the infamous southern Evangelists/Baptists etc that preach mostly fire and brimstone and everyone's going to hell region.

    Back on topic, we're sadly going to keep seeing this in "western" countries until the governments and people backlash on Islamic extremism in a very vicious way. I'm talking about human rights out the window kill them before they kill you kind of way. The patience is already wearing thin on the individual neighborhood level. It's going to get much worse I'm sure.

    Islam has to fully reform itself or people will stop caring and just do anything they feel necessary to eliminate it.

    Posted in: Investigators looking into Tennessee shooter's travel

  • 2

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    “We have other different religions that have never been a problem in Australia,” she said, adding: “I’m not targeting Muslims—I’m targeting the ideology, what Islam stands for.”

    Exactly. And yet certain folks don't want to make it seem this clear. They want to confuse and blur the lines to make it seem like its a bad thing to protest against an ideology that is deemed harmful to a civilized society. They're not protesting Buddhism, Christiantity, Wiccan, Satanism, Judaism, Animalism, Polytheism.... just one particular belief that appears to have too much bad coming out of it on a global scale.

    Posted in: More anti-Islam rallies, counter-protests flare up in Australia

  • 2

    HonestDictator

    Wow, idiots once again confusing a religious ideology and ethnicity as one and the same. Lets CLARIFY for the umpteenth billionth time for these idiots. Islam is not particular to any single ethnicity. It is a RELIGION that follows specific ideals. People can protest religious ideals all they want.

    Most of those ideals came from a very aggressive and violent founder that encouraged oppression and subjugation of others that did not follow his beliefs. No matter what anybody says, the Qur'an (and hadiths) state in very clear surah's the relationship between Islam and those that do not believe in Islam.

    ISIS, Boko Haram, Al Qaida, and quite a drastic number of Islamist terror groups would not exist today if they didn't have anything to go on as far as an actual foundation. Plus why is it that seemingly "random" muslims across the globe are rushing off to Syria to fight with ISIS, or decide to import terrorism abroad thanks to ?

    There is a difference between a small localized cult, and this extremely waving the same banner. Islamophobia wouldn't exist without a reason.

    Posted in: Anti-racism protesters, nationalists clash in Australia

  • 5

    HonestDictator

    Ah, look another Chinese propaganda promoter. They really think the rest of the world will believe the tripe spouted by the CCP. Ringman Obama said no such thing. Only your government controlled propaganda machine trying to put words in other peoples mouths in an attempt to "legitimize" its own illegitimate claims. Going by the CCPs logic, China actually belongs to Mongolia, not the other way around. Besides, the ROC has more legitimate claims the CCP ever could. Goodbye, and don't let the door hit you on the way out.

    Posted in: Japan's military chief says South China Sea surveillance possible

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