Jay Que's past comments

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    Jay Que

    Locking up political dissidents is a rather negative move, oh overlord of darkness.

    Posted in: China tells Japan 'negative' moves prevent improvement in ties

  • -20

    Jay Que

    Aside from the "haters" who say that someone like me, who voted for DJT via absentee ballot from Kyoto, are members of some sort of 50 million member "sect", I am pleased to hear that the stylishness as well as cache of Ivanka's clothing line - has an increase in popularity judged by these recent sales in Japan.

    The hateful bitter losers of the US elections can take their delicate offence stick it... on the top shelf somewhere.

    Republicans and millions of ordinary folks who have been sick of corruption by the ever expanding self-entitled nanny staters who believed they were destined to control my life forever - we won.

    Those who vehemently and salaciously attack DJT, lost.

    Gone from official power. Exposed and denied.

    Now, lets all go out and check out that Ivanka line of clothing and see what all the chatter is about, decide for yourself. Would you look good in an Ivanka dress?

    I dont recommend it for DJT haters: the steam of dark mascara in your salty tears, and bizarrly applied lipstick due to your angry shaking, would ruin the good dress.

    It might tarnish the image, the brand. And we wouldnt want that, no sir. What's their website? Ivankatrumo dot com?

    Posted in: For Ivanka-brand goods, Nordstrom's loss is Japan's gain

  • 0

    Jay Que

    Excellent

    Posted in: Mattis reaffirms U.S. alliance with Japan 'for years to come'

  • -2

    Jay Que

    POTUS DJT's rhetoric is making waves, to the benefit of jobs in the USA. Uh oh. That's going to spark riots, right?

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    Jay Que

    USA warns CPC controlled Chinese regime to quit stalling and to set a date for the first nationwide multiparty free elections on the mainland.

    "Quit Stalling, Democracy Now"

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    Jay Que

    Good. He got your attention. Now you have to pay attention. His priority is US employment. To save money and accelerating the demise of US auto industry jobs, "you" build cars just over the US border in Mexico, to sell in the US market. The people have been fed up and elected someone who promises to change things. Well, guess what?

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    Jay Que

    Trump secretary of state nominee: China should be denied access to South China Sea islands | Reuters

    http://mobile.reuters.com/article/idUSKBN14V2KZ?il=0

    Posted in: Tillerson differs with Trump on Japan, S Korea having nuclear capability

  • -3

    Jay Que

    The global war against communism began in earnest in 1917 alrhough its noxious roots spread as far back as both the communards in Paris as well as the snake in the Garden of Eden.

    Posted in: China changes start date of war with Japan to bolster patriotic education

  • -1

    Jay Que

    Good. Glad to see President-elect DJT placing great importance on our vital Japan-US alliance.

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    Jay Que

    Just bavk in the US after an extended stay in Kyoto, and in reading this, I see that the blockheads in Korea are being obstinate asses. Seventy, thats a big 7 0 years after the war and the SK's are back with a stick in the eye for all things Japanese and damn the repercussions. Well, on my next time back I will make sure that I will make a bee line visit to Yasakuni shrine and will include the Korean and Chinese and Filipino ladies in my prayers. But I side firmly with the Japanese Right.

    Posted in: Japan recalls envoys from S Korea over 'comfort woman' statue

  • 1

    Jay Que

    Walked through Meiji-jingo on Christmas morning. Calm before the storm.

    Posted in: Japan greets New Year with prayers, shopping and 'Kohaku'

  • 2

    Jay Que

    メリークリスマス

    Posted in: The secret world of Japan's hidden Christians

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    Jay Que

    I can do without (and will, shortly) Amb Kennedy - child of privilege and patronage; but its certainly a good thing for Japan to regain control of her own territory ('though it was part of that old Ryukyu Kingdom in ancient times). Now, let the JSDF step up.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ryukyu_Kingdom

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    Jay Que

    Crimea? Ukraine? No problems there, what??

    Posted in: Putin tries dog diplomacy before Japan talks over islands

  • -2

    Jay Que

    Well, they will inherit my money anyways, might as well be...

    (...my next of kin, that is.)

    Posted in: 金 chosen as kanji character best representing 2016

  • 0

    Jay Que

    1) Take the SDF out of South Sudan. 2) Force down the PRC intruders, hold any surviving crew until solemn apologies are received (EP-3 Hainan theatrics revisited). 3) Extend Japan's air identification zone to Quemoy and Matsu.

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  • -1

    Jay Que

    Good. 70 years is long enough.

    Posted in: U.S. to return Okinawan land to Japanese gov't on Dec 22

  • -6

    Jay Que

    Go, DJT! Go, Japan!

    Perfect together: America & Japan, in harmonious partnership.

    In love the smell of victory in the morning. Good morning, all, from a Republican in Kyoto.

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    Jay Que

    After what the last Carter did to US ally ROC-Taiwan (and Iran) its no wonder that this Carters visit will be seen as an impractical waste and swan song junket of no value whatsoever.

    Posted in: On final trip, U.S. defense secretary looks to reassure Asia allies

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    Jay Que

    The lame duck departing Presideng seems to have given Japan short shrift over the past two years, turning down serious face to face meetings with Prime Minister Abe and instead relegated our vitally important and closest allie to an informal discussion along the edges of one of his adored multinational photo-op confabs. Obama got his panties in a bunch over PM Abe's outeach to Japans neighbor to the north who has possession of Japanese territory seized at the end of WWII seventy years ago. As a result, the petulant US President huffed and threatened Japan, playing the role of a bully, telling who the Prime Minister should and should not meet; namely, the incoming President-elect of the United States of America. What childishness! How short sighted and petty. Some legacy. There is a new sheriff coming to town, and the ability to deter world leaders from speaking frankly with each other in a frank and serious way, is waning by the day. Is it January 20th yet? I can almost hear the Hawaiian ukelele music and imagine a lovely setting sun, as the old tired and petulent President becomes just another "former", like James Earl Carter. Had been, and ain't the boss any more. Not PM Abe's boss, nor DJT's boss. Bye!

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