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    Nessie

    Furthermore, these 'revisionists' are claiming the massacre never took place at all.

    Which ones?

    Some deny a massacre took place. Others deny the exaggerated figures and propose more realistic (or even more unrealistic) figures. Others try to excuse it by disputing the deliberateness of the massacre. The revisionists are not monolithic.

    Posted in: Japan history revisionists bolder under Abe: analysts

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    YuriOtani

    Trump does not keep his word so why should he support Vice President Pence's word?

    Posted in: Europeans wonder if Trump will act on Pence's reassurances

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    Strangerland

    Because he obviously hasnt learned yet that he needs to be sooooo careful with every single word that comes out of his mouth in a live, public setting.

    You mean that thing that pretty much every president ever has understood, because when they make gaffes it turns into situations like this?

    You guys wanted a president who shoots from the hip, one who was different. Well the thing you decided to ignore was that you can change the president, but the country their presiding over is still the same. You choose someone who doesn't know how to operate within the system, you get someone who spends their time having to justify what they said, instead of moving forward and getting things done.

    You lie in the bed you made. You guys made this bed. It seems it's not all that cozy though.

    Posted in: Trump comment about immigration 'problems' baffles Sweden

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    Kakukakushikajika

    Ok, so now is anyone going to DO anything about the actual problems that exist?

    Let Sweden and Swedish people deal with their issues (if you are Swedish go vote for the people representing your views). Here the main issue is not what we do but how we do it. Trump decided to speak before thinking, twisting the truth, calling media fake and his opponents liars. He is making a fool of himself (and USA) every time he tweets, comments, or speaks on TV. He act as a pyromaniac fireman. Creating a fake problem and offering solutions to it when he should be focusing on real issues (unemployment, education, healthcare). I guess he is too busy celebrating his victory to take care if his own people.

    Posted in: Trump comment about immigration 'problems' baffles Sweden

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    Badge213

    What happened to William Hagerty?

    https://www.japantoday.com/category/politics/view/trump-to-choose-hagerty-as-next-u-s-ambassador-to-japan

    Posted in: U.S. President Donald Trump is yet to name an ambassador to Japan. Which is more important for incoming ambassadors: To be well connected to their head of state or to have a good knowledge of the country where they are being posted?

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    lostrune2

    Mouth, insert foot

    That's fake news by Trump

    Posted in: Trump comment about immigration 'problems' baffles Sweden

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    Thunderbird

    MOST OF TRUMP HATERS hate him for absolutely no reason, it's trendy, like uploading a big picture of your own ugly face for the world to see, just because you know, everybody is doing it! What should I do today? Insult Trump or take a selfie?

    Posted in: He is so overconfident and yet so logically unconvincing that my interpreter friends and I often joke that if we translated his words as they are, we would end up making ourselves sound stupid.

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    GW

    Japan's denying of history is nothing new its been ongoing 70+yreas now.

    It is rather depressing to see the ldp & their ilk spread lies & propaganda & media virtually does NOTHING!

    And the following also does NOT help:

    The lack of vocal criticism over revisionist ideas in Japan, however, does not mean nationalist views resonate widely.

    I don't believe that for a second, most people here don't know or acknowledge much about Japan & WWII, but strangely enough they totally get what the Nazi's did...........rather bizarre, but that's how it is unfortunately

    Posted in: Japan history revisionists bolder under Abe: analysts

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    nfijapan

    Some were, but I would've felt the same had Gore won. Thank God, that didn't happen! yet 8 yrs later Bush left as one of the least popular POTUS, went to war on a lie, that made the whole of the middle east unstable and war still rages today. Just of note I was backing Bush when he won, I was very mistaken.

    Posted in: Trump comment about immigration 'problems' baffles Sweden

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    Blacklabel

    Because he obviously hasnt learned yet that he needs to be sooooo careful with every single word that comes out of his mouth in a live, public setting. People are acting like there was absolutely nothing related to Sweden that was in the news last night, when there obviously was. Like I said, lets pretend Trump is stupid and attack him so that we dont have to see or do anything about the actual problems he was referring to.

    Posted in: Trump comment about immigration 'problems' baffles Sweden

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    Jimizo

    Trump said he knows lots of words, including the best ones. It can't be imprecise speaking which is the problem. The 'last night' is puzzling.

    I'm just struggling to work out how he made a mistake. He told us he comprehends things better than just about anybody.

    Posted in: Trump comment about immigration 'problems' baffles Sweden

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    SenseNotSoCommon

    They have taken a faith-based approach

    In more ways than one.

    When the First Centerfold™ opens a Trump rally with the Lord's Prayer, he can lie all he wants.

    Posted in: Homeland Security Department guidelines seek to aggressively detain immigrants in U.S.

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    fxgai

    Wow. It's indicative of why this company has been failing.

    The stock price of Toshiba was above 1,000 yen a decade ago, and is now less than a 5th of that. And the management is concerned about protecting it's existing staff. That's really nice of them to feel that way.

    But Toshiba is a company. Companies belong to their shareholders. That is why they are called "share holders". The company has failed and as such there is no decent employment to be had there. The staff will not enjoy a bright future even if their employment is somehow "protected" by this failed company.

    In the short term it not nice to go through a job loss.

    But in the long run the staff would be better to take what valuable skills and experience they have, and get employed elsewhere where there are better future prospects. The government ought to be doing all sorts of things to incentivize such job moves. Japan needs fresh ideas, fresh companies, fresh employment opportunities and thus fresh hope for the future. It needs to learn to embrace change, and seize new opportunities.

    Toshiba may be no more, but the people will live on.

    Posted in: Toshiba wants to sell chip business without job losses

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    Peter Qinghai

    This is a 'duh' moment...

    Posted in: Japan history revisionists bolder under Abe: analysts

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    Strangerland

    I actually like Ivanka. I watched the Apprentice when he was doing it, and she was on it quite a lot, giving unfiltered opinions. I generally agreed with her commentary, but not always with his. She seems pretty intelligent.

    And even though I'm not into blonds, she's beautiful. Pretty hard to deny that.

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

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    Thunderbird

    Again, I always had many gay friends back in my home country (for me they are way more civilized and less childish than many straight men) but this is totally irrelevant in Japan. Especially in a country where everybody mind their business and you just can't tell apart who's straight or gay. Just look at this:

    Suumo will begin a registry for landowners to specifiy that they are tolerant of LGBT lifestyles and allow tenants to live openly.

    What do they mean with "openly"? If they get a straight-friendly landlord register, can I rent there and greet my neighbors with a "Good morning madam, I eat p^-^y" or have a big "Hey! I'm straight!" banner on my door? And what the heck is this pointless picture in the article?

    Posted in: Housing website to offer LGBT support in finding tolerant landlords

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    Patrick Og

    1 thing I do agree in all those comments is ghat the young generations shouldn't have to apologize for what theit elders have done during the war time since they weren't even born. That said what happened in the past SHOULDN'T be hidden or travestite from either side of the story. The act that has been perpetrated at that time or any other time must be remembered and thought with as much objectivity as possible. I am not just talking about Japan or Germany during WWII bug it also include native people from North America that are still blaming, complaining about what their ancestors have lost and keep asking to the new generation to keep apologizing and paying for what happened when they weren't even born... if people keep acting ghat way we will never move forward and will always be stuck in the past repeating same bad choices such I stepped on your foot because you have stepped on mine then it was a mistake but since you have stepped on my foot intentionally as a pay back then it's my turn to step on your foot as another pay back and it will keep going on and on and on as we stay all stupide...

    Posted in: Japan history revisionists bolder under Abe: analysts

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    Strangerland

    He clarified what he meant a few hours ago, that he was referencing the Fox News story that was last night.

    Then why did he say You look at what’s happening last night in Sweden and not 'You look at what’s happening last night on Fox News'?

    Posted in: Trump comment about immigration 'problems' baffles Sweden

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    theeastisred

    The only reason the brand existed in the first place was because of the last name, and because Ivanka herself is some people's idea of beauty. Not surprising that the business is crashing and burning now due to daddy's unpopularity, though no doubt with a much weaker pull in the other direction from fans. Any sales in Japan are just due to novelty value and will soon dry up as fads tend to do.

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

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    nfijapan

    Now that Trump won, they want the system changed. yet Trump himself said the electoral college was broken. Considering the democrats have now lost two elections in the last five , even while winning the popular vote, who can blame them for wanting to change this discriminatory system.

    Posted in: Trump comment about immigration 'problems' baffles Sweden

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    YuriOtani

    Trump spouts "trump talk" a stream of loutish blather only the under educated understand.

    Posted in: Trump comment about immigration 'problems' baffles Sweden

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    Dennis Bauer

    Who needs the truth when you have feeling! :P

    Posted in: Trump comment about immigration 'problems' baffles Sweden

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    Blacklabel

    He clarified what he meant a few hours ago, that he was referencing the Fox News story that was last night. Anyone want to talk about the actual facts of that is going on in Sweden and why it should serve as a warning to other countries?

    http://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2017/02/trump-right-swedens-refugee-policy-led-problems-never-thought-possible/

    Posted in: Trump comment about immigration 'problems' baffles Sweden

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    Strangerland

    Yeah lets try to ridicule Trump and claim that he was speaking about a terror attack that happened last night when he wasnt.

    So can you translate 'last night' in the statement You look at what’s happening last night in Sweden from Trumpese to English?

    Posted in: Trump comment about immigration 'problems' baffles Sweden

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    goldorak

    Wow the comments here are an example of regurgitating innuendos and fake news. Below is the transcript of what President Trump said about Sweden. I don`t see "Terror attack"

    No need for Trump to say 'terror attack' to know that's what he meant or tried to imply. He's talking about 'something' (what?) that apparently happened the previous night in Sweden then links it to 4-5 places where terror attacks occurred in the last couple of years!

    A bit like if I was saying "look at what happened in X, just awful. And same thing 70 years ago, look at what happened at Treblinka, or Auschwitz, Dachau, Buchenwald." Don't you think that I would be implying that what happened at Treblinka etc could very well happen at X or has just happened? Didn't have to use 'genocide' or 'concentration camp' for that.

    That's what DT did and has been doing for quite a while now.

    Posted in: Trump comment about immigration 'problems' baffles Sweden

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    Strangerland

    They both have a mental illness, but one is more serious than the other?

    Epilepsy is not a mental illness.

    Posted in: Epileptic driver jailed for 10 years over accident that killed 2 pedestrians

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    Blacklabel

    Yeah lets try to ridicule Trump and claim that he was speaking about a terror attack that happened last night when he wasnt. Lets ridicule that the report was from Fox News and not even try to see that it is TRUE. That allows everyone (including the government of Sweden) to put their head in the sand about the actual problems that he is referencing.

    It is no wonder that nothing ever gets done to fix or improve anything. All of this is like a small child trying to twist the words of their parents to escape doing something on a technicality. Ok fine, was no terror attack. Fine, Fox News reported it. Ok, so now is anyone going to DO anything about the actual problems that exist?

    Posted in: Trump comment about immigration 'problems' baffles Sweden

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    Wakarimasen

    Easy image to follow? Like things in costumes?

    Posted in: Why are mascots so popular in Japan?

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    Strangerland

    It is obvious (and he said on Twitter too) that he was discussing all the problems Sweden is having that he saw on the Fox News report.

    Ahh, so the problem here is that people took his words to mean what he said, rather than what he meant.

    Sounds legit.

    Posted in: Trump comment about immigration 'problems' baffles Sweden

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    lostrune2

    The Battle of Aleppo lasted 53 months, from July 2012 to December 2016. The last Syria-Russia offensive in Aleppo began in June 2016 and lasted 7 months:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Aleppo_(2012%E2%80%9316)

    Anyways, we finally have some data.

    https://airwars.org/

    Chris Woods, the director of Monitoring group Airwars: “The [NATO] coalition kills too many civilians but it is clear they are trying to limit those deaths, while everything we understand about the way Syria-Russia is behaving shows they do not mind targeting civilians, civilian infrastructure. We’d certainly agree that the solution is definitely not more bombs, but Syria-Russia and the coalition are fighting different wars when it comes to civilians. Airwars has recorded 3,600 civilian deaths caused by Syria-Russian bombing raids since they joined the Syrian conflict just over a year ago. In contrast, the [NATO] coalition has caused nearly 900 civilian deaths over 26 months of bombing."

    Amnesty International, which will release a report on the civilian toll of US strikes this month, has tallied at least 300 [NATO] deaths “and the real figure is likely at least twice that.” However, the rate of killing was not comparable with attacks by Syria-Russian planes, which dwarf the death toll from any of the outside parties to the conflict.

    The Violations Documentation Centre said just more than 147,000 civilians had been killed between the start of the war in 2011 and October 2016. It only attributes deaths with clear evidence so not all are accounted for, but its records hold the Syrian government and affiliated militia responsible for 92,000 civilian deaths, Russian forces for 3,412, Syrian opposition fighters, excluding Isis, for 2,470, and Isis for 3,078. It attributes 768 to the international coalition.

    Just from the last year alone:

    http://www.dchrs.org/english/File/Aleppo_Genocide_Oct_01_to_Dec_14_2016_Report_English.pdf

    2016 -- Syria + Russia airstrikes = Aleppo civilians

    Jan -- 42 + 241 = 283

    Feb -- 42 + 217 = 259

    Mar -- 47 + 34 = 81

    Apr -- 250 + 122 = 372

    May -- 205 + 46 = 251

    Jun -- 385 + 90 = 475

    Jul -- 560 + 226 = 786

    Aug -- 311 + 115 = 426

    Sep -- 101 + 532 = 633

    Oct -- 406 + 133 = 539

    Nov -- 579 + 243 = 822

    Total Aleppo civilians = 4927

    If anybody has more data, feel free to share the data

    Posted in: Iraqi forces launch offensive to drive IS from western Mosul

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    Kakukakushikajika

    It is obvious (and he said on Twitter too) that he was discussing all the problems Sweden is having

    No he was not: "“You look at what’s happening last night in Sweden,” Trump said."

    Last night seems pretty specific to me, not a general situation.

    Posted in: Trump comment about immigration 'problems' baffles Sweden

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    Aly Rustom

    just your usual dime a dozen nut bar

    That sums it up I think? Why try to rationalize the irrational?

    Posted in: Man stabbed while walking with wife in Aichi

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    sir_bentley28

    I just don't know what to say. SMH

    Posted in: 89-year-old man beaten, stabbed to death in Chofu

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    theeastisred

    The Japanese hate the guy, think he's dangerous

    Very encouraging if true. If anything I would say Japanese people are less negative about this abomination than people in most other countries, but maybe I am wrong. Thanks for your ringing endorsement of the intelligence and wisdom of the Japanese public!

    Posted in: He is so overconfident and yet so logically unconvincing that my interpreter friends and I often joke that if we translated his words as they are, we would end up making ourselves sound stupid.

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    Jimizo

    "If it makes people happy to think that he is so stupid that he mistook a place in Pakistan for Sweden go right ahead. Trump got where he was by all the people just like you underestimating him. It is obvious (and he said on Twitter too) that he was discussing all the problems Sweden is having that he saw on the Fox News report."

    So first he confused Sweden and Pakistan. Then he used the terrorist attack in Pakistan to confirm the problems Sweden is encountering. This is in the light of a news report from an MSM source which was ridiculed in the past for featuring a terrorism expert informing us that the city of Birmingham in the UK is 100% Muslim and a no-go area for police - much to the bemusement of the non-Muslim residents of that city and non-Muslim members of Birmingham's constabulary.

    Is that it? Whichever way you want to look at it, it's not very impressive, is it?

    Posted in: Trump comment about immigration 'problems' baffles Sweden

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    wtfjapan

    While everybody else fumbles trying to figure you out, proceed with your plan unabated. LMFAO, thats got to be the most pathetic excuse yet given for Trumps ramblings. Just one problem the only fumblings have been by Trump and his administration, his plans have been abated and none of his policies have come to fruition, his Muslim ban shot down in flames. Whats next saying Fox news is fake also!? LOL

    Posted in: Trump comment about immigration 'problems' baffles Sweden

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    katsu78

    ThunderbirdFEB. 20, 2017 - 09:57AM JST this might be a issue in other countries, but LGBT-friendly landlords?? In Japan?? Totally IRRELEVANT, since most of japanese seems to be quiet and they usually don't disturb other neighbors, regardless of they sexual orientation. How about NON-JAPANESE friendly landlords? Never had any issue renting in Japan but I know it's a hassle for many people here.

    It's obviously not "IRRELEVANT" if so many LGBT customers are having trouble they have needed special services. As the article points out, this isn't new to Japan.

    If between 4% and 10% of a population are gay, that would guarantee there are more LGBT Japanese people than foreigners. And while discrimination against foreigners sucks, if we are non-Asian there's no pressure to conceal our foreignness. So that means the pressure we face is different. I've been rejected from tons of apartment applications for being foreign, but once I'm in, I'm in. No landlord is ever going to go, "Hey, did you know that white guy in 302 has been a foreigner all this time?! We've got to put a stop to this!"

    As foreigners, we can whinge like spoilt children about one disadvantaged group getting much-needed relief that we don't. Or we can applaud and be allies to a disadvantaged group getting support that opens the door to us also getting support later. How selfish and short-sighted do you want to be?

    Posted in: Housing website to offer LGBT support in finding tolerant landlords

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    sir_bentley28

    The police should handcuff this guy to a wall and leave him in a room with the child's real father, his brother and father for exactly 13.47 mins. while the cops turn a blind eye as the punishment.

    Posted in: 25-year-old man arrested for fatally abusing girlfriend’s son

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    sir_bentley28

    The presiding judge said he should have stopped his vehicle immediately and said it was irresponsible of Ikuno to keep driving.

    My younger brother suffers from epilepsy. He has no idea when it will happen. He said sometimes it starts off as a headache while other times its just a headache. So this guy maybe doesn't know if or when it will happen.

    2 months ago an 88 year old man with dementia killed a 6 year old kid and doesn't remember it. He was released because he doesn't remember anything. I don't understand this. They both have a mental illness, but one is more serious than the other? One could be helped with medicine while the other, can't. I hope the victim's families can cope with the loss of a loved one.

    Posted in: Epileptic driver jailed for 10 years over accident that killed 2 pedestrians

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    theeastisred

    So Sehwan = Sweden? Proof conclusive of what has previously only been hinted at: the Dumpster cannot read.

    Posted in: Trump comment about immigration 'problems' baffles Sweden

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    fxgai

    Dolgopolov (and Ferrer) are drawn in the same half as Nishikori in this week's ATP 500 Rio tourny.

    Thiem is the man to beat on the other side of the draw, but he's just played up in Rotterdam last week. This guy is always playing too much, wasting his talent. Hard to picture him flying to Rio, switching to clay and doing the business here.

    Nishikori has the week off next week so us fans hope to see him give it everything in Rio and bag the victory!

    Posted in: Nishikori upset by Dolgopolov in final in Buenos Aires

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    Strangerland

    Wow the comments here are an example of regurgitating innuendos and fake news. Below is the transcript of what President Trump said about Sweden.

    ... trump's comments here

    I don`t see "Terror attack"

    'Fake news' is news written about something that didn't actually happen, with a wilful intent to deceive the readership.

    The news article never claimed it was a terror attack. The only mention of that term in the article was this:

    “Sweden? Terror attack? What has he been smoking? Questions abound,” former Foreign Minister Carl Bildt wrote on Twitter.

    The article quoted someone's tweet, and that person used the term terror attack.

    So what specifically in this article was fake? What part of the article was fake, and didn't actually happen? Which part was written with a wilful intent to deceive?

    Let's stop with this attempt at defining 'fake news' to be 'news I don't agree with' mmkay?

    Posted in: Trump comment about immigration 'problems' baffles Sweden

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    viking68

    Everyone here seems eager to ridicule Trump

    Everyone is eager to stop blatant demagoguery, the lies, and the alternative reality where Trump and his supporters live.

    Even the GOP says he needs to stop talking so much. It takes the narrative away from actual work. For example, his "so-called" press conference could have been different if he used the speech and talking points his staff prepared. Instead, he just sounded unhinged....

    Posted in: Trump comment about immigration 'problems' baffles Sweden

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    bass4funk

    When the American electorate chose Bush I was flabbergasted.

    Some were, but I would've felt the same had Gore won. Thank God, that didn't happen!

    When he was reelected my flabbers experienced new heights of gasting. And with Trump, coming so soon after the monkey, I came to the conclusion that there must be a massive education problem in the U.S.A.

    That's your personal opinion, but would tend to disagree.

    The idiot ramblings of the arch buffoon Trump were very well publicised well before the election. And STILL he was elected. If anything, this fool is denser and less informed than GW and that's quite a compliment.

    One main reason is because so many people were tired of the direction the country was going in and the unwillingness of the last president to work with congress, meaning, if he didn't get his radical liberal agendas implemented then there was no working with congress and that took a toll, a very serious one for the Democrats. The best thing about Trump is, he's not a politician and not pc, very refreshing. I and many other Americans could care less if the world is dissatisfied with Trump, I respect their right to oppose, nothing wrong with it, but I equally think a tolerant person should respect the opinion of others that have a different POV.

    It must be that the vast majority of the American voting public can't read, couldn't care less about who runs their country, have no ability of judgement of any kind or are just terminally thick.

    Wow. Very interesting as well as insulting, but I think that last comment is a clear testament as to why so many voted for Trump and respect the man, because millions of Americans are tired to feel as IF they need world approval to get their blessing over which president they feel should govern the country. The dislike and the isolationist mentality is the reason and fuel why more and more people want a president to tell everyone else to go milk a rubber duck.

    Posted in: Trump comment about immigration 'problems' baffles Sweden

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    PerformingMonkey

    It wasn't a white 2005 Louis Garneau RTR was it? Because mine was pinched late last year.

    Posted in: 18-year-old boy travels 900 km on stolen bike

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    nedinjapan

    In Oita, it is all about covering up the assaults, unless you hire a lawyer and spend good money. Then even non-assaults can lead to orders of large payments. In short, assaults will be covered up unless one is willing to spend money as investment in the legal system ...

    Posted in: All prefectures to have support centers for sexual assault victims

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    Blacklabel

    If it makes people happy to think that he is so stupid that he mistook a place in Pakistan for Sweden go right ahead. Trump got where he was by all the people just like you underestimating him. It is obvious (and he said on Twitter too) that he was discussing all the problems Sweden is having that he saw on the Fox News report.

    Is Sweden NOT having problems? as far as I have seen they are significant. But their government doesnt like the visibility of that and it doesnt fit their narrative so they are playing dumb about it.

    Posted in: Trump comment about immigration 'problems' baffles Sweden

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    wtfjapan

    friggin stupidity, either cut jobs or go bankrupt and be forced to cut jobs, or be taken over by another company and theyll cut jobs for you. You not going to recoup 700 billion yen + without job losses.

    Posted in: Toshiba wants to sell chip business without job losses

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    commanteer

    It's funny. My youngest comes home talking about Trump as though he's the bogeyman. The Japanese hate the guy, think he's dangerous, and yet don't understand why. They get some fake news or out of context quotes, and are fed daily hysteria by the Japanese press, so they fall in line. Funny, because many of his policies would be wildly popular if they were instituted in Japan.

    Posted in: He is so overconfident and yet so logically unconvincing that my interpreter friends and I often joke that if we translated his words as they are, we would end up making ourselves sound stupid.

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    theeastisred

    Just more made-up nonsense like almost everything else that spills out of the Dumpster. Followed by a straight lie in his defence by the White House:

    "The White House has said Donald Trump was speaking about general “rising crime” when he seemed to describe a non-existent terror attack in Sweden on Saturday night, as the president defended his ideas about banning refugees and travel from seven Muslim-majority countries."

    Transparently false. Why would a general comment about crime specify a particular day/time? And be mentioned in the same breath as locations of actual terrorist events - Germany, Paris, Brussels, Nice?

    Posted in: Trump comment about immigration 'problems' baffles Sweden

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