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avigatorApr. 21, 2015 - 09:36AM JST
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avigatorApr. 21, 2015 - 09:34AM JST
I think this is becoming a daily routine news.
The safest way is to introduce him to a loser friend that will
get his attention, then he will no longer be interested
or platonically in love with her, so that way he will not
come back to stalk her to death. Else, he will stalk her
through private detectives.
Posted in: Man arrested for strangling girlfriend
avigatorApr. 21, 2015 - 09:29AM JST
Big politicians steal in subtle ways not by ten thousand yen but ten million or even billions of yen.
When government land becomes available, the easiest way for them to scam is by developing the land
right away with any kinds of projects. That way construction companies owned by friends, families or cronies,
can be awarded the contracts. Later own they can pay them favors back. That is why you hear all those corruption cases all the time.
Posted in: Family branded welfare cheats because daughter gets part-time job
avigatorApr. 21, 2015 - 09:25AM JST
Yubaru, as far as the bankers are concerned, they are the real winners.
They create conflicts, rumors, and conditions for war so the countries force themselves
to borrow money from the central banks they own, and put people into more servitude.
Posted in: Iwo Jima vet, Okinawa survivor wrestle with WWII legacy
avigatorApr. 21, 2015 - 09:20AM JST
I agree with strangerland. Like, why would you come up with such a scheme of "trade pact" if it is not to your own benefit? Japan got a husband for life like it or not.
Posted in: U.S., Japan fail to close gap on rice, auto parts trade
avigatorApr. 18, 2015 - 11:50PM JST
Bertie, you said it right. It does not matter what political ideology runs a country's government, in the end, all of them do it to the detriment of its citizens. As far as "democracy", which continuously puts itself on a pedestal, it hides behind a curtain of deception. Not that I think of any other system to be better, but this one in particular operates in a subtle way disguising itself as a benefactor of mankind.
The "Money Masters"in You-Tube pretty much summarizes the whole thing. I highly recommend it for an awareness. The full documental is 3.5 hours long.
Posted in: Japan, U.S. trying to seal trade deal before summit
avigatorApr. 14, 2015 - 09:30AM JST
it is more macabre than you would imagine. North Korea is next. Have not figured it out yet?
Tamil Tigers of Eelam ended their war, Myammar is close to democracy, the PKK in Turkey
resigned to their armed struggle. It is to put into people's mind the illusion of World peace,
accomplished by humans, which will never happen. Then sudden death and destruction will
come unto them...... Just google the rest. Key words: Peace, sudden death and destruction.
Posted in: First Iran, now Cuba: Breakthroughs and hard sells for Obama
avigatorApr. 14, 2015 - 09:23AM JST
People do not go throwing $3,000 away for no reason. The ones who do these stuns
are business people and in this case a department story. Why? Because they realize a lot
of savings in advertising, thus increasing their marketability, so they realize potential future
increase in sales and savings in advertising. The 3K is then peanuts and is a conduit
for big returns. At the same time, they rub the back of the farm that sells the mangoes,
by also getting free promotion through the news. It is all about money friends.
Posted in: Pair of mangoes sell for Y300,000 at auction
avigatorApr. 12, 2015 - 11:25AM JST
A manga book is not worthy for the thief to shoplift, nor for the store
employee to risk losing her life. People should read these kinds of
news so they can learn from other people's mistakes. Obviously
they do not have the time.
Posted in: Convenience store employee in coma after trying to stop shoplifter from escaping
avigatorApr. 12, 2015 - 11:21AM JST
One more possible factor is the Destroyer, or NIbiru, which is supposed to be approaching
and will disturb the Earth magnetic fields. Here is a good link in Spanish with
English subtitles from Carlos Munoz Ferrada who predicted Chile's strong earthquake
in the 40s and at first nobody believed him. But when it struck, they were all shocked.
As for the HAARP, Arto Lauri can give you a good explanation. He used to work
at the Olkiluoto nuclear power plant in Finland.
Posted in: Mass beaching fuels fears of imminent quake
avigatorApr. 09, 2015 - 10:34AM JST
Best vacation is staying in Japan.
Posted in: Safety advisories for overseas vacationers
avigatorApr. 04, 2015 - 09:12AM JST
Yeah,it is disappearing in the States too. Many restaurants with Jaoanese names but when you ask if anybody can speak Japanese, the answer is no.
Posted in: Vanishing Japan: Five things to see before they disappear completely
avigatorApr. 04, 2015 - 09:00AM JST
Any news that is not from MSM is probably more credible. I watch the news with much skepticism. RT is probably more trustworthy than CNN, Fox, ABC, CBS, etc.
Posted in: Saudi-led coalition airdrops arms to Yemeni forces
avigatorApr. 04, 2015 - 08:49AM JST
Japan seems to have a serious stalking problem.
Posted in: Woman's ex-boyfriend arrested for stalking after gluing messages to her desk
avigatorApr. 04, 2015 - 08:34AM JST
Never give your back to any vehicle parked on a slope, specially, a driverless one. Rip.
Posted in: Worker killed by truck without driver at construction site
avigatorApr. 01, 2015 - 11:22AM JST
Retain back to sanity.
Posted in: Where have all the 'gyaru' gone?
avigatorMar. 31, 2015 - 10:30AM JST
He should have been grounded long time ago. I do not call that suicidal. I call it genocidal.
Posted in: German co-pilot was once treated for suicidal tendencies
avigatorMar. 31, 2015 - 10:29AM JST
Gee, although he was quite a character when it comes to politics and personality, I wish him a speedy recovery and best of health.
Posted in: Mori to stay head of Tokyo Olympic committee despite cancer surgery
avigatorMar. 31, 2015 - 10:26AM JST
According t Bill Still, that is the fate of every country whose finances are run by central banks. The solution is to take it out of their hands and put it back in the hands of the government. But by now it is too late because they
own the government. Watch the documentary The Money Masters. It is long but it is the best history and economics class you will ever get.
Posted in: Gov't weighing income tax hike on wealthy to meet fiscal goal
avigatorMar. 30, 2015 - 10:00PM JST
Bertie I agree with your comments. The truth is Okinawa is vital to the interests of the NWO which will be fighting two big wars, one in the Europe/Middle East region and one in Asia/Pacific region. So, 'Democracy" is of no use for the majority of Okinawans. In fact, it is a big deception created by the bankers who create opposing interests to create conflicts and wars.
Posted in: In view of the Okinawan government’s opposition to the planned relocation of the U.S. Marine Corps Air Station from Futenma to Henoko, should the Japanese government stick to the 2006 agreement over the realignment of U.S. forces in Japan?
Apr. 21, 2015 - 10:00PM JST
UK9393Apr. 21, 2015 - 09:29PM JST
Good. People, not objects.
These "Objects" you refer to, do…
Posted in: Cover-up at Shanghai auto show as scantily clad models banned
Apr. 21, 2015 - 09:58PM JST
Well, I haven't seen Inside Out or Poison Berry, so it's difficult to say, but going…
Posted in: Disney Pixar’s new movie attracts criticism again in Japan
Apr. 21, 2015 - 09:57PM JST
Why don't you tell me what kind of crime they committed first. Tell me…
Posted in: Abe offers ritual gift to Yasukuni shrine
Apr. 21, 2015 - 09:52PM JST
"Good morning, ladies and gentleman. This is the empty cockpit speaking. You will soon be cruising…
Posted in: After Alps crash, some experts ponder flights without pilots
OK, you tell me whether George Bush (he did serve in the US military IIRC)…