Scrote's past comments

  • 5

    Scrote

    I think his suspension should be extended every time he denies stealing the camera as he clearly does not see anything wrong in what he has done. Until he can understand that theft is wrong he is not fit to represent Japan.

    Posted in: Swimmer Tomita suspended until March 31, 2016, for camera theft

  • 0

    Scrote

    All the politicians help themselves to taxpayer's money, some of which is paid by foreigners. All non-Japanese taxpayers should receive a refund of the amount the politicians have illegally taken.

    Posted in: Trade minister got funds from foreign-owned firm

  • 3

    Scrote

    I wonder if someone presenting with ebola symptoms at the weekend or at night will find all the hospitals "full", as often happens with other conditions?

    Posted in: Canadian journalist in Japan tests negative for Ebola

  • 1

    Scrote

    papigiulio: It's not exactly a fun day out, but it's not too bad either and far preferable to dying of bowel cancer. My advice is to invest in a roll of extra-soft toilet paper beforehand.

    Posted in: New home test shakes up colon cancer screening

  • 0

    Scrote

    This "top" "prominent" official doesn't have a name then? Who elected him/her anyway?

    Posted in: Senior gov't official calls for Abe to delay sales tax hike

  • 5

    Scrote

    It seems that people disapprove of Abe because his choices for ministers turned out to be crooks, but the same people will vote those crooks back in next time, and the time after that.

    If the Japanese people insist on electing criminals, why the upset and outrage when those criminals get into the cabinet? If the people would elect politicians with morals, instead of known scoundrels, then they might have a reason to complain. But if the pool of politicians Abe has to choose from is composed of an assortment of villains of varying degree, what is he supposed to do?

    Posted in: Abe's public support slumps in wake of resignations

  • 1

    Scrote

    People like this nurse are high risk individuals, having worked with ebola patients in Africa. It is entirely correct to place them in quanantine when they return to the US. They do not have the right to (potentially) spread disease around the country.

    Posted in: U.S. nurse quarantined over Ebola criticizes her treatment

  • 3

    Scrote

    Miyagi, with a population of 2.3 million, is in dire need of more investment and jobs

    Despite being an assemblyman, Mr Konno has no idea what he is talking about: there are more job offers than job seekers in Miyagi at the moment. The economy is doing quite well, in part due to all the rebuilding going on.

    They talk about "luring in workers" and "improving the economy", but a casino won't do either. Casinos do not produce anything and do not create wealth. Apart from drawing unwanted gamblers in from elsewhere a casino has nothing to offer the area.

    We could do without more urban sprawl near the airport too. Much of that area has already been turned from fields into an ugly collection of eyesores in recent years.

    Posted in: Lawmakers in tsunami-hit region eye casino to hasten recovery

  • 4

    Scrote

    A bit of shoplifting would have achieved his aim of going to jail without anyone getting hurt.

    Posted in: Man arrested for stabbing passerby in front of Ueno Station in Tokyo

  • 4

    Scrote

    Yet another of Abe's "bold" reforms turns into a disappointing flop. Abe just doesn't have what it takes to push reform through. The grid company should take over all electricity distribution, leaving the power companies to focus on generation and sales, forcing them to compete with one another.

    But it looks like bribes/donations to the LDP have put a stop to that plan. Abe should resign as his tenure has become a dismal failure.

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

  • 0

    Scrote

    Cameron will pay, but not until after the next by-election.

    Posted in: Angry Cameron vows not to pay new British EU bill

  • 3

    Scrote

    Popster:

    corrupt government officials in China are executed

    The top "communists" in China are multi-millionaires, billionaires in some cases. That's mostly a result of corruption, but they aren't being executed. Ask any Chinese person and they will tell you that the "communists" are corrupt to the core.

    China neither distorts its history, nor are foreigners treated as second class citizens

    I invite you to start a discussion of the Tiananmen Square massacre, or maybe the antics of Mass Murderer Mao, the next time you are in China. Then you will see who distorts history and who doesn't.

    By the way, more than a few businesses in China charge higher prices to foreigners. They aren't treating you as a second class citizen, but they are happy to rip you off.

    Posted in: China criticizes U.S. missile defense radar in Japan

  • 0

    Scrote

    Fat, loud, sweaty, ugly, rude and ignorant, yet this creature still attracts thousands of followers. What Japanese characteristics does he think he embodies, I wonder? He certainly isn't following a traditional Japanese diet. Imagine if the country were full of people like him: is that what his half-wit supporters really want?

    Posted in: Hashimoto, Zaitokukai chairman get into shouting match

  • -2

    Scrote

    Whatever the motive, the fact is that this man dumped a large amount of rubbish in a park and should be charged. It's people like this that have turned Japan into a massive garbage dump.

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

  • 0

    Scrote

    So when will we see Obuchi and Matsushima arrested and prosecuted for their crimes? I expect the police to uphold the law.

    Posted in: Obuchi resigns over misuse of political funds; justice minister also resigns

  • -1

    Scrote

    Unlike Senkakku that has always been Japanese

    "always been Japanese"? Surely the Senkakus were part of the independent Ryukyu kingdom, until Japan invaded them? I think someone has been brainwashed by Japanese history lessons.

    Posted in: Chinese coast guard ships in disputed waters

  • 1

    Scrote

    "I feel that ignorance is no excuse"

    Quite right but, unfortunately, this is not the attitude taken by her colleagues who usually feign ignorance and refuse to accept responsibility when these scandals come to light.

    Posted in: For 3rd day in a row, media expecting Obuchi to resign

  • 2

    Scrote

    The more the merrier. There are quite a few small local breweries up here in the north. Their products are far better than the awful Asahi / Kirin stuff on offer at most places.

    Posted in: High hops - British brewer hopes to change beer perceptions

  • 1

    Scrote

    I don't understand Apple's obsession with making thin things thinner. It means a smaller battery and shorter usage time. For the sake of an extra 1 mm I would prefer the thing to work for longer between charges.

    Posted in: Apple unveils thinner iPads, sharper iMacs

  • 2

    Scrote

    I can't remember a year when there hasn't been a supplementary budget.

    Posted in: Aso says extra budget one option for sales tax hike next year

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