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  • 2

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    Abe didn’t personally write his name on that cash receipt. It was somebody working for Kagoike, an assistant if you will. If it had been Abe himself, he would have to come true to his word and resign, although I understand that donating 1 million yen is not a crime in itself. Maybe they can trace who sent the 1 million yen in the first place and take it from there.

    Funny to see that lawyerlike fellow questioning Kagoike in the beginning, pointing out to Kagoike that lying under oath would have severe consequences. Since Abe is lying through his teeth, Kagoike should have replied with “tell that to Abe”. Abe’s wife and Inada were moved to tears by this “school”, Konoike said it was the best thing he’d ever seen and now all of a sudden they have dropped this Kagoike fellow like a brick. They are all lying scum.

    Anyway, 1 million yen, who gives a hoot, people should be up in arms that there are folks here who want to put their children in such a dumb school and that members of the LDP have supported this school.

    Posted in: School operator head testifies in Diet he got Y1 mil donation from Akie Abe

  • 13

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    Nobody in the Netherlands is preventing Turkish-Dutch citizens to vote for something that happens in Turkey. All you could say to these folks is, that they must be really stupid to vote away more of their freedoms in Turkey to that goon Erdodan. But they are enjoying life in a true democracy, so it won’t effect them personally.

    Anway, the Turkish foreign minister was allowed to hold a meeting in the Netherlands, but the government let Turkey know, that a political rally, held in public, by a foreign power, on Dutch soil, was undesirable. It was agreed that a meeting would be held somewhere indoors, in the Turkish embassy or Turkish consulate. So while it had been agreed that the meeting would be held indoors, this same foreign minister then went on the air saying “nobody could stop him” and “he would do as he pleased”. This is when the Dutch government pulled the plug, for any rally held outdoors by these people always leads to mayhem and property being destroyed. See Turkish coup or Turkish soccer team winning something.

    The Netherlands is being accused by Turkey of Islamphobia, as being a bunch of fascists and Nazis and a banana republic, which is amusing, but of course far removed from actuality. We have a multi party system. There is even a party called Party for Animals and a party called Islam Democrats. No kidding. And there is also a party run by a couple of Dutch Turks. Guess where their priorities lie. Hint: it’s not with the Netherlands. But nevertheless, nobody is hindering them in their activities. Present day Turkey under Erdogan however, strives to be a one party state by smothering any other political party, which is basically the political ideology of fascism/Nazism and anybody not sharing their views is branded a fascist, a Nazi and a traitor etc. etc. and likely ends up languishing in jail for a long time without due process. And finally, please pay for the damages your people caused in Rotterdam the other day

    Posted in: Turkey imposes sanctions on the Netherlands over ministers' treatment

  • 4

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    Turkey was offered any opportunity to hold a small scale meeting in their consulate or embassy, but the government of the Netherlands made it clear, that a political campaign by a foreign power on Dutch soil, in public no less, was undesirable, especially since it concerns a referendum to take away power from the Turkish people and give it to one person, Erdogan, a wannebe dictator, something that is unheard of and cannot be supported by an open, democratic society like the Netherlands. Turkey replied with threats of sanctions and insults, later followed by an appeal to Dutch-Turkish citizens to come out into the streets, with mayhem as a result. One has to wonder about the sanity of these Turkish double passport holders, coming out into the streets clamoring for democracy, human rights and freedom of expression, something they fully enjoy in the Netherlands, but is taken away from them in the country where their priorities seem to lie. You want to be a Dutch citizen? Then your priorities lie with the Netherlands and you don’t need a Turkish passport. If your priorities are with Turkey, then by all means go there.

    Posted in: Turkey-Dutch relations worsen after Turkish visit banned

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    Abe being praised by these children at a sports festival? What did the Abe Jugend chant, Heil Abe? What fools. All because the wife of the founder of this “school” hated Chinese and Koreans. Would be interesting to learn the reason why. And sadly, quite a number of folks here in Japan share the same sentiment. Anyway, they are all thick as thieves, so I doubt cracks will appear from within the LDP itself. Konoike and Abe’s wife have been caught on candid camera praising this school to high heaven. Especially Konoike was particularly smitten with this school’s curriculum, which is basically the same mumbo jumbo as what warped minds like Tojo and Hitler were imposing on their people. Oh my, Konoike had never seen anything like it, so refreshing and beautiful. But here he was on tv, making it appear that he was insulted by being offered cash by Kagoike, the very same man he so admires and who according to him is doing such great work. He was probably covering his tracks and acting as if he was angry, but if he was really offended, the reason was more likely being offered mere chump change.

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  • 4

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    What is absurd is to have an hereditary "communist" dictatorship such as North Korea on Earth in the 21st century.

    They think they get away with it by calling themselves a Democratic People’s Republic.

    Posted in: North Korea says Kim Jong Nam VX poison claim absurd

  • 2

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    Well, the Malaysian authorities have asked the North Korean embassy to voluntarily submit themselves to questioning. Good luck with that. They will claim diplomatic immunity and unfortunately, in this case at least, you can’t smash the doors of that hideout saying “diplomatic immunity has just been revoked” and then shoot the lot between the eyes. These people can only be taken into custody when the North Korean government waives their diplomatic immunity and that is not going to happen. The malatsian authorities can declare them persona non grata and throw them out of the country, no doubt soon to be replaced with a fresh bunch of thugs. Same if a drunk driving diplomat kills a local, he or she can claim diplomatic immunity (refusing to undergo a breathalyzer test or claiming to have driven the car for consular activities) and the authorities can do nothing else other than to ask to have their diplomatic immunity waived. Sometimes that happens, but usually it doesn’t.

    Posted in: VX nerve agent found on Kim Jong-Nam's face: Malaysian police

  • 10

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    Looks like Obama's "moderate" and "vetted" rebels, after having lost on the battlefield, decided to take revenge on an airliner in civilian airspace.

    What an absolute sad thing to say. Obama? Oh please. It's almost laughable. Don't you have any shame at all?

    Posted in: Russia examines all possible reasons for Black Sea jet crash

  • -2

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    Their ilk? Wonder how one would describe the likes of Putin and Assad. I could give it a try, but my post would be yanked. Sure, I don’t condone the contamination of drinking water with diesel oil, but a war crime? How many people died again due to this diesel oil polluted water and/or blowing up water pipes? On the other hand, how many people, and then I mean ordinary citizens, not rebels, died due to Assad using starvation as a weapon? How many citizens died due to chemical weapon attacks by the Syrian army and indiscriminate bombings of civilians by the Russians? Hmmm?

    Posted in: Explosion rocks Syria's Aleppo as residents return

  • 2

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    Well, there are no physical borders within the EU, so these folks can move around freely. Germany couldn’t have stopped him from coming. They should have kicked him back across the Mediterranean Sea straight from jail.

    Posted in: Manhunt for Berlin suspect intensifies as anger grows

  • -1

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    I am surprised that they didn't change this clause into "all refugees will be neutered upon arrival.

    Posted in: Japan backs off pregnancy clause for Syrian refugees

  • 1

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    Taxi as the getaway car. Smart move. You can count the haul without endangering other traffic. However, seeing that nearly all taxis in major cities nowadays have cameras pointed towards their clientele, it’s just a matter of time before these goons are apprehended.

    Posted in: Company president, employee beaten and robbed in Tokyo

  • 2

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    Instead of SMAP, why don’t they hire Piko Taro to that snooze fest, with PPAP, the uncut, 15 minute version. At least he writes his own “material”.

    Posted in: NHK chairman confident SMAP will be on 'Kohaku' on New Year's Eve

  • 3

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    90 Yen to the dollar. It could happen. Someday. However, at the moment, everything is back to before the world was supposed to have stopped turning. Dow Jones surpassed record high, 4% financial gains, nearly 106 Yen to the dollar at the moment.

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  • 3

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    I'm curious how these sinkholes happen and what can be done to prevent them.

    They were tunneling for a new subway line under that road. Something obviously didn't go according to plan.

    Posted in: Sinkhole in Hakata

  • 3

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    It’s called 木毛 (wood wool) in Japanese. And, they were supposed to have used only LED light bulbs, but somebody added ordinary light bubs, which become damned hot and shouldn’t be used near flammable material of course.

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    One of the Nobel committee said it is impolite and arrogant.

    There was a funny reply to Mr. Wastberg’s (Nobel committee) comment mentioned on various news sites. Quote: Although Dylan has not commented publicly on winning the Nobel prize, privacy and the price of fame have been themes in his music. It’s easy to read a response to Wastberg’s remarks in the 1981 song, “The Groom’s Still Waiting at The Altar.’ “Try to be pure at heart, they arrest you for robbery”, part of the lyrics say. “Mistake your shyness for aloofness, your silence for snobbery”

    Posted in: What do you think of Bob Dylan's continued lack of response to being awarded the Nobel literature prize on Oct 13?

  • 1

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    Well, this is what you get when you elect a populist, a crazy, deluded one at that. Probably has a poster of Hugo Chavez in his bedroom. Anyway, he has already backtracked from that “US separation” statement. He doesn’t want to stop “trade and investment” with the US. Guess he doesn’t want to miss those hundreds of millions of dollars the country gets in aid from the US. Speaking of aid, which country is showing up when a natural disaster strikes the Philippines? Hint: it isn’t Russia or China.

    Posted in: As Duterte embraces China, Abe set to roll out warm welcome

  • 2

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    Not so long ago they had a soil contamination expert on TV. A specialist in mercury contamination, which seems to be more serious than benzene. He said that they would do exactly what they have done with this new fish market, remove as much contaminated soil as possible and then instead of creating a new foundation with clean soil, build concrete chambers as foundation for the new buildings. He said this was far safer, much quicker to do, but more expensive.

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  • 0

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    Depending on the member, they rake in about 100 million to 500 million yen. Per year. Nakai is the top earner, so most of the money probably comes from hosting tv programs, commercials etc. rather than the music business. Whatever one thinks of them or their music, I’d call that successful careers and they are still in their early 40s.

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  • 1

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    These compounds could have leached from the concrete, as, if I’m not mistaken, concrete contains both arsenic and hexavalent chromium. The soil was contaminated with benzene, which was not detected in the water.

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