Jay Que's past comments

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    Jay Que

    I guess they will be a bit concerned about the purges and political-war crime trials, after the Communist Party of China is overthrown. The clock is ticking. The final day and hour of the tyrant is set, marked, unknown but certain.

    Posted in: Chinese military says it's seriously concerned by Japan-S Korea pact

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    Jay Que

    Suggest he take a little sulphur hexafluoride before the skit, let the hilarity ensure. https://youtu.be/YpWc504Ae3A

    Posted in: Japanese comedian parodies Trump in ramen skit

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    Jay Que

    "Police were called to investigate a disturbance."

    Excellent investigative journalism, my word!

    Posted in: Chicago flight to China diverted to Narita due to 'unruly passenger'

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    Jay Que

    Besides sounding of a police alarm at station next door, felt nothing here in Kyoto,

    Posted in: M7.4 quake strikes off Fukushima, triggering tsunami

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    Jay Que

    I agree that the article reads more like an editorial. Writing from here in Kyoto, I am quite aware of the trepidation of official Japan. But as someone who continues to be involved in the political side, having worked actively on behalf of Pres Reagan some 35 years ago in various capacities, and having voted for DJT via absentee ballot, I truly believe that the solid relationship between our two nations will grow much stronger, in a much more thoughtful and nature way. From my work in my home base of NYC I came to know some key people in DJT's campaign; and going forward, I think that there will be a rebalancing of responsibilities between our militaries. Japan can and should stand tall, while knowing that on all the most important security matters, maritime issues and self protection, the United States will always have Japans back. Its not a top down relationship. Its one of mature brothers and sisters. Realize that. While the perception that TPP has been just one more entangled multilateral mess that the US needs no part of, fair and sound business agreements one to one, will gain traction. I do thin it is the false assumption by the PRC that their relationship will be "business as usual" is delusional. The Japan-US Partnership will grow even stronger. Two democracies, two real friends. The doubts will vanish like last months campaign battles, to dust will settle and the sun will rise, and shine. There is much reason for optimism. Truth.

    Posted in: Packed Japan-U.S. agenda for Trump's meeting with Abe

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    Jay Que

    A few unfortunate remarks here (probably not from a US citizen). I wish them both the best of luck and trust that there will be an excellent relationship.

    Long live US-Japan Friendship, Respect, Freedom, Security and Mutual Success!

    I voted for DJT from here in Kyoto, and worked for President Reagan 35 years ago. I have also prayed at Yasukuni shrine.

    Not interested in vitriol. Only good and positive intentions, true leadership. Thank you, Abe-san for visiting NY and the President-elect.

    Posted in: Abe says he is confident of building trust with Trump after 90-minute meeting

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    Jay Que

    Compare this with how many US "stars" debase themselves... Japan still seems stuck in 1962. Hope she remains safe nonetheless, from the loose nuts out there.

    Posted in: Japan to conduct first major survey on racism: report

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    Jay Que

    Buy something cheap on your way out.

    Posted in: To ask or not to ask: The etiquette and law of using convenience store restrooms in Japan

  • -1

    Jay Que

    Thank goodness,

    Long live the Emperor.

    Posted in: Philippine leader's meeting with emperor canceled due to Prince Mikasa's death

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    Jay Que

    The Emperor does not need to be at all concerned, as he has no duty to entertain foreign wack jobs.

    Let MOFA bureaucrats provide Duterte some gum, a manga magazine and a book on etiquette. Otherwise it will certainly end badly, so why add a single ounce of stress to the emminently respected Emperors twilight years? No benefit at all.

    Posted in: Japan wary over Philippine leader's policy, manners in front of emperor

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    Jay Que

    Young men do need simple basic advise, innocence goes had in hand with naivite.

    Posted in: Former AKB48 singer reveals three simple phrases men need to use to be popular with women

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    Jay Que

    Japan should refrain from sending any funds to the UN. Thats a good step forward to improving the world. Give only to friends in need.

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    Jay Que

    Why be surprised?

    Communist Semantics: Manipulated Distortion

    http://www.amigospais-guaracabuya.org/oagrw002.php

    Posted in: China says Japan trying to 'confuse' South China Sea situation

  • -1

    Jay Que

    Good

    Posted in: Japan to conduct training patrols with U.S. in South China Sea

  • -1

    Jay Que

    China should not be a communist dictatorship, dont cross that red line, or else your state will be overthrown in a bloody revolt. Just our solemn warning.

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    Jay Que

    Oh, when I did visit the shine on Aug 15 over a decade ago, I went as the son of a us ww2 vet. Its wrong not to remember, http://www.thebest-of.info/Q/jfq-aug091945.htm
    (Not sure if your censors will like or appreciate my above, and just moments ago posting. )

    Posted in: Japan searches for 8 Chinese missing off disputed islands

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    Jay Que

    About a decade ago I was at the shrine on August 15th, a couple days before my birthday. It was hot out, lots of people, some military ware, pomp but historical, and religious observations. I went to the front altar and paid my respects. I knew the act would be deemed offensive by communists in mainland china and that in itself was so odd, coming from an ideology that is responsible for untold millions of lives taken through violence, depravity and starvation. Warped. I said a prayer for the deceased, but then why would an atheistic communist be upset about prayer? To some deity or spiritual realm that they say does not exist. Well. I will return and be respectful. Honor thy ancestors.

    Posted in: Abe won't visit Yasukuni Shrine on Aug 15, but will send offering: media

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    Jay Que

    This is why I will never set foot in the PRC. I have been politically involved in the US and love freedom, respect human rights, and have spoken up about it. Who would ever put their life at risk of being a fly where the dictatorship is a huge flyswatter. Nope. Never. Until the regime is put 6 feet under. Same goes for Japanese citizens thinking of visiting the PRC; why be a pawn in a rigged game, when its time for the regime to whip up some anti Japanese hatred. Nope. Guam is safer for a little vacation.

    Posted in: China detains Japanese man for endangering national security

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    Jay Que

    This clearly is mentally ill sociopathy, but there are eugenicists like the founder of Planned Parenthood, Margaret Sanger, who would agree.

    http://m.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/may/5/grossu-margaret-sanger-eugenicist/

    I will pray for the victims of this madman and their loved ones.

    Sheer Madness.

    Posted in: Letter by suspect in stabbing rampage carried a warning

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    Jay Que

    Modern male geisha, like casual social workers; they fill a void.

    Posted in: 'Rented men' are paid just to listen

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