forzaducati's past comments

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    Most Russian Paralympic athletes are clean? So some are not? Russia, and China as well, if they are caught in something unsavory, they always lash out. It’s politically motivated or a western conspiracy, it’s never their own fault. Well, I got news for you, they did it to themselves. No western country told them to cheat. WADA gave countries the responsibility and freedom to handle anti-doping themselves, but that was like putting the fox in the hen house. The Russian anti-doping agency, whose job it was to root out doping, actually encouraged athletes to dope. With the help from Putin and his secret service no less. You won’t see Obama telling the CIA to fiddle with urine samples. Maybe not every athlete succumbed to doping for the “glory of the country”, but this doping scam must have been an open secret among Russian athletes, however, nobody but one rang any alarm bells. And the one who did fled the country. And now the Russian authorities are going to investigate what exactly went on. What a joke, like they don’t know already. They are still catching Russian athletes who tested clean in London, but are now being caught with the help of more advanced techniques. Considering their history of state sponsored cheating, they should have been kicked out of major sport events years ago.

    Posted in: Russia loses appeal against Paralympics ban

  • 1

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    When the Chinese built their maglev, it was described on various TV programs here as an unnecessary, expensive prestige project, but I can’t help to feel the same with this train. 3 trillion yen..., so we won’t be getting that rope ladder or elevator to outer space any time soon then?

    Posted in: Gov't to pour Y3 tril into Tokyo-Osaka maglev train

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    So he left the just emptied postbox open for a few minutes? Big deal. Says more about the nitwit who had to take a picture and ridicule this postman. Sad people you have. If you have seen them collecting the mail, mail falls into bags inside the box and they exchange the full bag for an empty one, so nothing can be left behind.

    Posted in: Japan Post embarrassed after passerby spots open post box in Chiba

  • 0

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    Well, from the news reports one (me as well), would almost conclude that cops over there have it in for black people, but according to the Washington Post, who apparently are keeping a database, last year almost twice as many white people (494) than black people (258) were killed by police officers. And black cops shoot and kill white and black suspects as well, but that doesn’t make the news.

    Posted in: Black Lives Matter condemns Dallas shootings, plans protests

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    “He does makes comments that invite misunderstanding”. What the hell does this mean? It makes it sound like Momii’s comments are factual, true and correct, but people don’t have the brains to understand his comments? This fellow Momii has made some outrageous comments, not exactly becoming the head of an organization proclaiming to be politically neutral and independent. The war anybody? How this guy got his job at NHK should be a mystery weren’t it for his boss Shinzo Abe, who put him there so Abe wouldn’t have to be on the phone to NHK anytime he saw or heard something that didn’t support his warped sense on history. And why doesn’t Mr. Ishihara pick up the phone and tell Momii to stifle it or else? Well, Mr. Ishihara, former president of Kyushu Railroad who, at 71, has descended from the heavens to show his face now and then at NHK HQ for a hefty pay check I assume, was one of the fellows who “recommended” Momii for the job. Momii, age 73, who used to be a “Japanese businessman” and former president of Unisys Japan, is also set for the rest of his life by toeing the party line. Sordid people. Buy hey, you could use this to your advantage the next time NHK comes knocking on your door. Just ask if this uyoku, this Momii is still president of NHK and tell them that you can’t support an organization with such right wing views.

    Posted in: He does make comments that invite misunderstanding. I do think that needs to be pointed out (to him).

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    I don’t think we have to be afraid of a North Korean missile attack on a US base. It might be the wet dream of the North Korean leadership, but their gig would be up and that’s not something they want. That’s not to say that one of them missiles couldn’t end up here. Once they have lit the fuse on one of those things, they haven’t much of a clue what will happen next and if it does take to the skies, where it will end up. One actually flew right over Japan.

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  • 9

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    You remembered incorrectly. The largest chunk of money, as a loan of course, but nevertheless, came from the Japan Bank for International Cooperation.

    Posted in: Expanded Panama Canal opens

  • 3

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    The Kobayashi sisters seem so unassuming and, how do you put it, just such a pleasant appearance and not only for the eye. Anyway, Mao became a household name on tv here way before she married the kabuki actor. The family wanted to keep this quiet, but the mass media are more relentless than flies, got wind of their troubles and before anything got published, they decided to go public themselves. And, by the way, her disease was discovered during a regular check up or ningendoku.

    Posted in: TV presenter Mao Kobayashi battling breast cancer

  • 1

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    Sorry, it's Fuji terebi (channel). Same time.

    Posted in: Dutch women beat Peru to qualify for Rio volleyball

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    Other news sites mentions that he had previously given her a present, which she had returned to him and when he asked her about it at this event, he wasn’t satisfied with the answer she gave him and that trivial matter was enough to set him off. He was “resented” by it. She is fighting for her life at the moment.

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  • 1

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    TBS (channel 6) from 7 pm. This evening Japan vs the Netherlands.

    Posted in: Dutch women beat Peru to qualify for Rio volleyball

  • 2

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    Britain the US and Holland put a trade and oil embargo on Japan meaning that they would have to leave their colonies and/or return to an agrarian economy.

    Simply put, after Japan defeated the Russian navy, they could finally “look the white man in the eye”and from then on, everything went south. Japan’s expansionist policies in Korea and China, under the guise of the Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere, which wasn’t that prosperous for China, since the Japanese went on murder spree in China, was the reason for the oil embargo.

    Posted in: A-bomb survivors want Obama to meet them, apologize in Hiroshima

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    If I forget this murder for a moment, serious crimes/murders committed by US military personal in Japan,and foreigners in general, are statistically very rare. Statistically, Okinawa prefecture ranks higher than one would expect where it concerns murders and sometimes has the highest murder rate per 100,000 people. Somewhere they mentioned 15~17 a year. These murders are committed by Japanese. However, this country makes it appear, that these murders would all have been committed by US service personal, which is not the case, so keep things in perspective instead of spouting nonsense here.

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    Well, according to the aviation specialists, the swerving and 360 degree turn, plus a sudden drop in altitude points to a “sudden catastrophic event”. It was also mentioned, that last year, Charles de Gaulle airport fired 57 employees who had access to planes and were on a terrorist watch list no less. They found Arabic graffiti on several planes, including Allahu Akbar on a fuel tank hatch, so we don’t have to beat around the bush with regard to their back ground. The last time I looked out of the window of a plane at Amsterdam airport, I saw these “Arabic looking” folks throwing baggage onto the conveyer belt and it just crossed my mind, that a bad apple with not so good intentions could easily slip something onto a plane, much like what happened to that Russian plane last year. It’s nearly impossible to screen these people, unless you exclude them all from sensitive jobs, but I am sure a bunch of Gutmenschen will protest this. But if this turns out to be a terror attack originating in France, there will be some serious repercussions, at least I hope so.

    Posted in: EgyptAir flight from Paris to Cairo missing

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    From Japanese news sites: Mitsubishi stated the fuel consumption as being 30.4 km per liter, while it actually was 5~10% less or about 27 km per liter.

    Posted in: Mitsubishi Motors to pay owners of fuel-cheating cars: Nikkei

  • 7

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    Wow, that’s one incredibly gifted guitar player gone.

    Posted in: Musician Prince dies at his Minnesota home at 57

  • 0

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    I liked him for his modesty and humbleness.

    Posted in: Breaststroke great Kitajima to retire after failed Rio bid

  • 2

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    Maybe IBM management was just being merciful. A Japanese company might have emptied the broom closet and put them in there, behind an empty desk, hoping they would get bored twiddling thumbs and eventually leave on their own accord.

    Posted in: Tokyo court rules IBM’s dismissal of 5 employees was unjustified

  • 2

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    Yet another attack doesn’t come as a surprise I guess. And worse, there isn’t much that can be done. They could start with closing the damned borders again though. Some of the people that pulled off that attack in Paris last year, had been moving freely between European countries and that hell hole they call the caliphate. And take a flame thrower to the areas where these people have been and are hiding. That Abdeslam fellow they caught in Brussels the other day, had been seen on several occasions by people from the same community, but nobody came forward. Put them in jail too or better, send them back to where they came from. At any rate, stop with that political correct pandering to these people.

    Posted in: Attacks on Brussels airport, metro station kill 34

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