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Post  KapitanScarlet on Fri 25 Dec 2009, 02:05



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Re: News in General

Post  KapitanScarlet on Fri 25 Dec 2009, 22:29

It seems beyond odd, that a woman who did so last year was allowed to carry out the same jive this year.

The puppets puppets have been making the news again for their sordid acts on humanity
http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/comment/faith/article6947537.ece
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Re: News in General

Post  tgII on Tue 29 Dec 2009, 22:34

Anyone following these riots going on in Iran? What would happen
if they spill over into China?



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Re: News in General

Post  tgII on Tue 29 Dec 2009, 23:15

It's not clear to me, was the little boy cut by mistake while getting a
haircut or was it deliberate as some sort of blood right of passage? If
it was intentional and all little boys go through this, is it any wonder
why people/culture in that part of the world are so violent?

The Israelis probably see this and shake their heads wondering if that
little kid will join Hamas at eighteen and start crossing the border with
bombs strapped to his back.
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Re: News in General

Post  tgII on Tue 29 Dec 2009, 23:30

News from the land of the rising sun, or is it the sinking sun?

Is this what the Emperor of Japan is Emperor of, an "army of hostesses"
run essentially by some really shady characters and the Yakuza?


    "Akihito, if I catch you
    down in the Roppongi
    district I'm going to
    kick your little butt."


  • Japan’s army of hostesses break shackles of exploitation by forming a union

    Japan’s hostesses, the army of women who work on the fringes of the country’s sex industry, have come out of the shadows to smash the shackles of exploitation by forming a union.

    With only ten members at present, but with the potential to attract tens of thousands, the hostess union opened its telephone lines this month in the quest for recruits. It is not the advances of clients that are to blame for this new sisterhood. The abuse, they say, comes from their employers.



    Once a critical mass of membership is attained the union could hold the salarymen of Japan at its mercy. Forget baggage handlers and train drivers. If the hostesses stand shoulder to satin-strapped shoulder and threaten to strike, Japan would grind to a halt. At least between 7pm and 4am.

    In the Roppongi district of Tokyo the largest-ever hostess bar, Club Zoo, opened — heralding what some believe may become the “McDonald-isation” of the trade.
    http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/asia/article6969903.ece


The "McDonald-isation" of the hostess trade, perfect. lol!
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Re: News in General

Post  seraphim on Wed 30 Dec 2009, 06:19

If the emperor allows oppression like that, it's no coincidence that or the sex slave trade will bring him down in the end.
A person is not allowed to own their sexuality and all sacredness and uses for it have gone out the window.
So as long a person isn't free, sex won't be either.

As long as people live oppressed their will always be a sex slave trade, the gals have only two choices be a baby maker or sex slave worker.

Everything has gone backwards, whatever happened to the Geishas?
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Post  tgII on Wed 30 Dec 2009, 08:27

Not sure the Emperor allows it, but what remains for me is this huge gaping
disparity, how can you have the princess here elevated to a Goddess-like
status where her every word, movement and activity is monitored twenty-four
hours a day, and then have the tens of thousands of Japanese girls, who end
up in Japan's sex/entertainment industry waiting on men?

Unlike Princess Di, who actually had some modicum of empathy for the peasants,
Princess Masako here lives a life so completely removed from the reality of what
it's like to live in Japan, it amazes me how Japanese people shit all over
themselves when she drives by and waves from the protected shelter of her
bullet proof limo.


    Crown Princess Masako


Why isn't the princess here out on the streets of Roppongi saying, "Look, salarymen
of Japan and hostess club owners, stop this exploitation and abuse of these thousands
of girls or you're history?"


Anyone one read Henry Makow's book Cruel Hoax, I swear, if I was a woman I would
be out in the back shed grinding an axe because in my frank opinion, most men
deserve to have their dicks cut off quicker than you can shake a stick at.

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Post  tgII on Wed 30 Dec 2009, 11:27

Flames, as discussed, follow up on the Yakuza, and although the following
doesn't specifically address your interest in the Japanese Yakuza, this book
does reveal connections to Japan in these global crime networks.

    ABOUT THIS BOOK

    With the collapse of the Soviet Union, the fall of the Berlin Wall, and the deregulation of international financial markets in 1989, governments and entrepreneurs alike became intoxicated by forecasts of limitless expansion into newly open markets. No one would foresee that the greatest success story to arise from these events would be the globalization of organized crime. Current estimates suggest that illegal trade accounts for nearly one-fifth of global GDP.



    McMafia is a fearless, encompassing, wholly authoritative investigation of the now proven ability of organized crime worldwide to find and service markets driven by a seemingly insatiable demand for illegal wares. Whether discussing the Russian mafia, Colombian drug cartels, or Chinese labor smugglers, Misha Glenny makes clear how organized crime feeds off the poverty of the developing world, how it exploits new technology in the forms of cybercrime and identity theft, and how both global crime and terror are fueled by an identical source: the triumphant material affluence of the West.

    To trace the disparate strands of this hydra-like story, Glenny talked to police, victims, politicians, and members of the global underworld in eastern Europe, North and South America, Africa, the Middle East, China, Japan, and India. The story of organized crime’s phenomenal, often shocking growth is truly the central political story of our time. McMafia will change the way we look at the world.


Certainly changed my view, especially after reading pages 381-382 in which
Glenny describes how the Chinese stole the technology from Siemens and
ThyssenKrupp initially, but political expediency hushed all that up, so that
the Chinese could build these Maglev trains, the fastest just recently
beginning operations.



I expect the Chinese played the Germans and Japanese off against each
other, dangling the prospect of ongoing sales before them. But of course
China will now be competing against both of them.


How do you like organized crime now in the form of governments? rabbit
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Re: News in General

Post  tgII on Thu 31 Dec 2009, 00:40

The consequences of a pathological ideology. Judaism is a criminal syndicate
hiding behind a religion.

Rant away!!!

But always remember, when you rant they win.
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Re: News in General

Post  KapitanScarlet on Thu 31 Dec 2009, 14:21

Wishing all Good Tidings an Good Fortune for 2010 but mainly myself off course Razz

a little bit of this


an a little bit of that


but a watcha outa for dat Very Happy

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Re: News in General

Post  tgII on Fri 01 Jan 2010, 01:29

I've always wanted to try this, take a look at the expression on the
archer's face after he puts a razor-tipped steel arrow into the side
of this boar. Funny.

Better yet, watch the boar pause for a split second after having a
steel tipped aluminum shaft traveling at 800fps smash through its rib
cage.

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Re: News in General

Post  tgII on Fri 01 Jan 2010, 23:16

Remember a few weeks ago this from Alex Constantine, well it's the
1st of January, 2010.

    On Strike

    In protest of the fascist-enabling vapidity of the American people - look hard and objectively at their gleeful collaborations in illicit wars, at the media-fed willful ignorance and blood on their hands - I refuse to post for the next year. By that time, I hope, Americans will wise up to the vipers running and ruining their Quisling lives. Until then, my blogs are research repositories and testaments to the fascist violence and stupidity that flag-waving US puppets of fascism collaborate in, a mirror held up to the most murderous Reich. I will resume posting in 2011. - AC, Refusenik http://alexconstantine.blogspot.com/
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Re: News in General

Post  tgII on Fri 01 Jan 2010, 23:29

Look at the disparity here, Zbigniew Brzezinski says Obama has done
everything right in this article from rense.com:



And then this article from the Telegraph says America has a resurgence of
militias, of course militias are always made to look something abnormal when
in reality it is people using their natural instincts of survival to protect
themselves because they inherently feel threatened.



The disparity, no?
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