Politics @4-ch

Politics @4-ch

Commonwealth, republic, territorial or local, politics is the subject of discussion.
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1: ★NIGGERS, PAKI, PELUVIAN, INDIAN, BRA, GET OUT OF JAPAN!!!★ (76) 2: North Korea: Kim Jong Ill trying to compensate for something... (17) 3: Cheney's an asshole what else is new (4) 4: Drug experimentation? (70) 5: ITT: Historical Revisionism (7) 6: 【 Search for the Truth in Terrorism 】 (31) 7: Post your magical dream government (12) 8: Illegal Immigration solution (28) 9: Bush should be impeached (20) 10: ITT we ponder japan's superiority (68) 11: ITT We share our rather unsavory political beliefs. (7) 12: ITT We Complain about Abe (8) 13: Board Cleanup (7) 14: The Japanese truth that I must accuse (1) (8) 15: Homophobia - most tolerated prejudice? (26) 16: Your Views on the theory of the APOCALYPSE. (13) 17: ZOG is watching (4) 18: Illuminati (3) 19: Why is this allowed? (3) 20: Fuck you if you disagree with my political stance. (8) 21: A different kind of fan death (3) 22: Monkey Island (6) 23: I Can't Stand Any of You (21) 24: [Humour] ITT we make puns related to political news [Funny][LOL] (4) 25: ITT we post like /pol/acks (5) 26: im not racist but (20) 27: itt succintly describe your political views (46) 28: Election 2016! (150) 29: Majority my ass (5) 30: Microsoft is Not a Hero Any Longer (21) 31: when a buisnessmans tweets amuse you, so you use numeric ouji to summon a chaos god to elect him as (5) 32: Stupid shit (3) 33: Can You Trust Other Countries? (23) 34: Dokto is Korean island! (118) 35: Election results: Trump won (5) 36: Adolf Hitler & NSDAP (3) 37: Anarchists are hypocrites. (65) 38: Brexit: Britain looks set to leave the European Union. (9) 39: Obama is going to lose (34) 40: Osama Bin Laden - Dead! (11)

★NIGGERS, PAKI, PELUVIAN, INDIAN, BRA, GET OUT OF JAPAN!!!★ (76)

1 Name: TojoHirohito : 2010-09-08 16:04 ID:2bb+nAhp

Foreigners, Don't come to JAPAN!! BEGGERS!!
We JAPANESE hate Foreigners!! Consciousness this!! Stupid Niggers!!
Why such a UGLY black monster come to this beautiful island?? Die!
Black people, Indian, Pakistan, Nepa, they are very bad smell!!
FUCKIN' loser poor country people shit!! Fuckin BAD SMELL MONSTERRRR!!!!!
They come to only to get Japanese YEN!!!!!!!
They all are BURDEN of Japanese society!!!
They will invade fiscal resource of OUR TAX!!!!!!!
G E T O U T O F J A P A N , F U C K I N' F O R E I G N E R S !!!!

67 Name: Citizen : 2015-05-24 06:50 ID:2YqvJBkz

>>66
GO BACK TO YOUR SHITHOLE GAIJIN
NOBODY WANTS YOU HERE. THIS IS NOT YOUR WEBSITE, DO NOT FEEL AT HOME!

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69 Name: Citizen : 2015-06-02 05:08 ID:ljN8Cz6R

Hello my Japanese friends. I'm a highly-educated, intelligent, law-abiding White European Christian from an affluent background and I will soon be coming to Japan to teach English.

I am not especially fond of Japanese popular culture like anime or anything like that, so please don't assume that I'm a "Japanophile" in that sense. (I admit that I have watched a few anime and read a few manga that are supposedly the more serious accomplishments, and enjoyed them well enough, but I have no desire to experience the generic dregs of those forms just because they are in those forms. I do not consider myself an anime or manga "fan.")

The reason why I decided to teach English was to earn a bit of money and just experience living in another culture for a while, and Japan, while very different from my own, seems to be very civilized. Your people are intelligent, industrious, and cultured. I am very right wing in my politics, and I believe that the ideal society is a homogeneous one, and I respect Japan's decision to limit immigration (God knows I wish my country had done that, but no, it is instead slowly being consumed from the inside by the Third World hordes).

The thing I respect most about Japan is its participation in the war. I wish that the Axis had won, as I think the world would be a much better place today. I would like to visit a few war memorials and pay my respects to the soldiers who lost their lives fighting for the Axis. While I consider the Japanese Honorary Aryans and the Master Race of the East, I have no desire to take a Japanese bride, as I want European children.

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74 Name: Citizen : 2015-11-21 10:31 ID:Heaven

>>67 is not an argument

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North Korea: Kim Jong Ill trying to compensate for something... (17)

1 Name: NO : 2006-10-09 19:53 ID:opxOiPVj

Is it just me, or does Kim Jong always build big phallic objects and try to pound things with them?

8 Name: Citizen : 2006-10-13 20:08 ID:jUgLabh+

>>7 it being subcconcious is the point of Frued. but i'm gonna have to agree with >>6

9 Name: Citizen : 2006-12-11 14:05 ID:VTawQmGT

fuck north korea

10 Name: ak47 : 2006-12-22 20:08 ID:WVvgEJ6u

He's an attention whore, and the world is his paying customers.

11 Name: Citizen : 2006-12-22 21:52 ID:creBDuwc

I think the guys that come here to talk behind the backs of popular world figures are the ones trying to compensate for something. Envy, perhaps?

12 Name: ak47 : 2006-12-22 23:49 ID:WVvgEJ6u

I'm only envious of the fact that he lives in a fucking mansion, has thousands of dollars worth of cognac in his house, and has a whole harem full of beautiful women(wonder what his wife thinks of that?

13 Name: Citizen : 2006-12-25 06:40 ID:Heaven

>>12
Probably that she had better keep her mouth shut unless she wants to become close friends with Anne Boleyn.

14 Name: Citizen : 2006-12-25 10:18 ID:INhpgJZV

North Korea thinks that I sell a nuclear weapon to Islam radical group from lack of funds at last.

I think that a radical group uses the nuclear weapon which I bought from North Korea for American attack

North Korea is the country which is dangerous to U.S.A

15 Name: Citizen : 2006-12-25 11:47 ID:uHJBHg9B

NEVER FEAR!!

SILMIDO MAN IS HERE TO SAVE U!!

16 Name: Citizen : 2006-12-31 20:05 ID:g4X6JXW8

Maybe he just had an ego complex he sees his family as gods maybe just one person needs to go over there and show him how human he really is. Hes like the boss's son he has lots of power a huge ego treats himself to things that his people should get like reasonable health care. To the other side of the system he did make a nuclear weapon which could be a missle or some radiation dipped mentos and some soda. Intelligent but his ego more then makes up for it in being someone i would not mind seeing getting sent to iraq for a saddam hussein style hanging ( thats putting it lightly)

17 Name: Citizen : 2017-03-13 21:42 ID:Hq9Hu1jr

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Cheney's an asshole what else is new (4)

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2 Name: Citizen : 2006-08-24 17:15 ID:Heaven

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3 Name: Towel-Head : 2014-07-31 20:21 ID:Heaven

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Drug experimentation? (70)

1 Name: Citizen 2006-02-15 19:50 ID:p/BoRE66

Is it right, if I am a parent, to offer my child one joint and only one joint of marijuana so they can experiment in a controlled environment?

This is somewhat inspired by last night's House; the parents gave their kid a joint in the past (not a factor in the show or diagnosis) and my parents, when I was in high school (1998-99ish), said they were OK with me smoking weed at home or with friends, just so long as I got home safe and nobody did really bad drugs like cocaine, heroin, etc.

I am a total victim of DARE. I won't touch the stuff myself for fear of health concerns, but I disagree with the War on Drugs as it pertains to casual use of marijuana. There's worse things out there and we could use the boost in tax revenue. I want my kids to understand that as far as I'm concerned, when they're teenagers, they're basically young adults, and if they want to make the choice to break the law, they should know both sides, good and bad. They need to realize that if they risk their future, they should have a safe shot at it from me, their father, and not from some stranger or dealer with ill will in mind.

Opinions? This is just a thought that popped into my brain. (I don't have kids, don't worry)

61 Name: Citizen : 2006-08-30 11:37 ID:7xI07xUj

>>56

Do you want to kill all people who drink beer, too? Most of the dangers you point out apply as well, or even better, to them.

62 Name: Citizen : 2006-08-30 16:50 ID:Heaven

>if drugs were legal, they would not be free. More people would be open to using them, nothing productive would get done, crime would increase in order to pay for the legal "fix".

But there are countries where drugs are legal, such as the Netherlands, and none of this has occurred.

63 Name: Citizen : 2006-08-31 23:05 ID:PZnOBmpa

>>62

But nothing productive happens in the Netherlands, disease is still rampant.

Plus there aren't quite as many black people there.

Besides, if you really want to be high all the time then you must wish to escape reality.

64 Name: Citizen : 2006-09-02 16:10 ID:iUhfH/di

Spoiler: Alcohol only has addictive properties if you drink 10 times more than average.

65 Name: Citizen : 2006-09-02 16:13 ID:iUhfH/di

The amount of alcohol needed to get an alcohol high doesn't get you addicted, conversely the amount of marijuana needed to get you addicted doesn't give you a high. So you can drink alcohol and get a temporary high with no side affects that last more than a night of sleep, but this is impossible with marijuana.

66 Name: Citizen : 2006-09-03 17:28 ID:Heaven

>>64-65

Complete nonsense. If you want to stand by those claims, cite sources.

There is no magic one-time use limit that gets you addicted to a substance, that's pure fantasy. It is furthermore likely that cannabis is significantly less addictive than alcohol. Furthermore, cannabis addiction is far less dangerous than alcohol addiction. All of what you said sounds like the usual completely made-up claims that pass for "facts" in anti-drug propaganda.

Here's a fairly unbiased report by the WHO on the comparative dangers of cannabis and other common drugs: http://www.sky.org/data/who/library/study/

67 Name: dmpk2k!hinhT6kz2E : 2006-09-04 03:53 ID:Heaven

Fun fact: alcohol and barbiturates can have lethal withdrawals.

Alcohol keeps good company.

68 Name: Citizen : 2006-10-02 22:38 ID:Heaven

>>67
Even funnier fact: alcohol and barbiturates can cause disinhibition to the point where you assault people out of an impulse you cannot or do not wish to control and don't remember anything afterward.

It's the perfect combination for people who drink so that they've got an excuse to make total and complete asses of themselves. ("Asses" may be a bit weak expression here, but my limited english cannot adequately express the true degree of my contempt towards that sort of a person.)

69 Name: Towel-Head : 2014-07-31 20:22 ID:Heaven

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ITT: Historical Revisionism (7)

1 Name: Citizen : 2007-06-17 03:20 ID:Ebgv7Yb6

What do you think about these Nationalists who believe things like the Nanjing Massacre and Unit 731 are Sino-Korean fabrications?

How many Japanese do you think would agree with them?

Are they over-represented by avid spammers on 2ch et al, or are they a significant portion of the population?

2 Name: Citizen : 2007-06-17 09:48 ID:JQWG4LMI

Think about it.

3 Name: Citizen : 2007-06-17 09:53 ID:aYFkWwVv

>>1
Is nationalist's label pasted only by saying a true thing?The black one is a black and the white one is white. Is an honest person a nationalist?It is assumed that there was a village where ten men exists. Then, can 20 men be killed?The race who does such an exaggerated advertisement is a humble race. Please teach grounds that you say that Nanking Massacre is true why.

http://dansyaku.moe-nifty.com/

4 Name: Citizen : 2007-06-17 22:57 ID:Heaven

Go back to bed.

5 Name: Citizen : 2007-06-18 03:47 ID:Ebgv7Yb6

>>3

Well, I won't argue that the PRC is pushing it when they say 300,000, but the thousands (tens-of-thousands?) that were killed doesn't make it a conspiracy, or a fabrication.

6 Name: Citizen : 2007-06-18 03:50 ID:Ebgv7Yb6

>>5

Actually, when you look at the mass graves, it was probably no less than 100,000, quite likely more.

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【 Search for the Truth in Terrorism 】 (31)

1 Name: Citizen : 2008-02-13 19:31 ID:yshq4QdS

1 Name: Citizen : 2008-02-13 14:07 ID:fUz/ZNJx [Del] Why American Ignore This Atrocity

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7E3oIbO0AWE
http://vision.ameba.jp/watch.do?movie=682082
http://vision.ameba.jp/watch.do?movie=666178

2 Name: Citizen : 2008-02-13 16:19 ID:NVlZilTA [Del] http://www.loosechangeguide.com/

3 Name: Citizen : 2008-02-13 19:08 ID:dy95H9eQ [Del] WTC7 The Smoking Gun of 9/11
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=2073592843640256739

Former German Minister Says Building 7 Used To Run 9/11 Attack (April 21 2006)
http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/april2006/210406runattack.htm

9/11 Security Courtesy of Marvin Bush

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22 Name: Citizen : 2008-02-20 00:48 ID:Heaven

>>20
I stopped reading at "covert CIA operative Valerie Plame." She is not, nor was she ever, a field officer. She was a civilian employee of the CIA with a civil service desk job.

Outing a "CIA member" who would then have to endure snubs at trendy leftoid cocktail parties in the Northern Virginia 'burbs is rather different, both in degree and in kind, from outing field agents in the field who end up getting captured and executed by hostile governments. As the law is written it specifically punishes the latter, the former is possibly rude and in bad taste but not criminal.

This is why "Scooter" Libby was prosecuted for perjury, not for high treason.

But enough of this moronic conspiracy theorist fagortry.

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24 Name: Citizen : 2008-02-21 03:39 ID:Heaven

>>22

> I stopped reading at "covert CIA operative Valerie Plame." She is not, nor was she ever, a field officer.

Did it say "covert CIA field operative Valerie Plame"? Her identity was classified as a CIA operations officer.

> Outing a "CIA member"

Why would you put that in quotes?

> trendy leftoid cocktail parties

Oh, that's why. I stopped reading here.

> § 421. Protection of identities of certain United States undercover intelligence officers, agents, informants, and sources
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25 Name: Citizen : 2008-02-21 09:47 ID:h2vvRl2X

Marvin Bush and Wirt Walker III still alive ?
What do they do these days ?

27 Name: Citizen : 2008-02-22 17:22 ID:CLedaqN0

>§ 421. Protection of identities of certain United States undercover intelligence officers, agents, informants, and sources

Desk job at Langley != undercover agent. Thank you, drive through.

28 Name: Citizen : 2008-02-22 19:39 ID:Heaven

>>27

> While using her own name, "Valerie Plame," her assignments required posing in various professional roles in order to gather intelligence more effectively.... Two of her covers include serving as a junior consular officer in the early 1990s in Athens and then later an energy analyst for the private company (founded in 1994) "Brewster Jennings & Associates", which the CIA later acknowledged was a front company for certain investigations.

Thank you, come again.

29 Name: Citizen : 2008-02-23 07:24 ID:Heaven

Indonesia’s Health Minister Accuses U.S. Of Bird Flu Bio-Weapon Conspiracy
http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/february2008/022108_bird_flu.htm

30 Name: Citizen : 2008-03-03 18:09 ID:T3TaziVx

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Post your magical dream government (12)

1 Name: Citizen : 2008-01-08 23:27 ID:P70kxYf/

Hard to put it in the right order, but basically a federacy of cities and non-populated areas.

National government consists of a unicameral legislature (non-parliamentarian), a courts system, and a small gendarmie. Each city gets a single representative at Senate. Not quite liberum veto but some high percentage of the body required to make something law. The legislature and courts are defined in individual charters, if something crazy happens new organizations can be made in the same manner. The only other thing the national government covers is a base civil/criminal code, and the administration of it in the non-populated areas and in cases spanning cities by the national courts. Judges appointed by legislature.

Cities can do whatever they want. The only important limits I can think of are not arbitrarilly depriving someone of life or freedom of movement.

3 Name: Citizen : 2008-01-10 06:18 ID:F9QNDjbW

Mud huts and grass skirts.
Rule by paternal lineage.
No one lives past 40, but they live well.

4 Name: Citizen : 2008-01-11 05:32 ID:2lriqakD

5 Name: Citizen : 2008-01-11 11:51 ID:/ZAJXTdD

Unicameral legislature chosen by a cumulative voting system. Mostly-powerless President assigned by the legislature whose main job is attend state funerals. The Supreme Court remains as strong as ever. Supreme court justices are chosen in a vast free-for-all MMA fight to the death and remain in power for life or until their assassination (which will be legal as long as it is not state-sponsored).

6 Name: Citizen : 2008-01-12 06:28 ID:Heaven

National government would consist of a strong Presidency led by an Admiral, General, or other qualified official, for a term of five years.

Parliament would be unicamberal, and each province would get one reprisentative.

There would also be a branch similar to the Republic of China's Control Yuan that monitors the government for efficiency and combat corruption.

Citizens must understand the laws that they are about to pass, and the candidates they are about to elect, before they are allowed to vote.

7 Name: Citizen : 2008-01-19 21:58 ID:rZR8NlKY

I'm a fan of parlimentary rule and proportional representation. That way you have actual choices in an election, rather than getting scary right wing or slightly less scary right wing. Don't kid yourself, compared to Europe, Americans get a great choice, conservative, or let's fuck the poor conservative. Europe has multiple parties ranging from outright communist to religious and nationalist parties. So they can choose the government that best fits them, while we choose the government that doesn't scare the shit out of us.

As for national leadership, I'd do it the way the founders intended -- first place finish makes you president, second place makes you vice president. At least this way the next GWB will have to listen to an opposing view when he tells the cabinet that we'll be greeted as liberators when we invade Iran.

In both cases, if you can get enough signatures to be one the ballot in all the regions you'd represent, you debate. Imagine having to listen to Greens and Libertarians as well as the traditional two parties.

The judiciary wouldn't change.

8 Name: Citizen : 2008-01-23 17:52 ID:F9QNDjbW

Theocracy.
As in god actually comes down and runs the country for us.

9 Name: Citizen : 2008-01-24 21:06 ID:NHvX0iua

>>8
Yeah, that'll happen.

10 Name: Citizen : 2008-01-24 22:52 ID:RlAdOl5y

Whatever has the fewest furries.

11 Name: Citizen : 2008-01-25 08:00 ID:qKw7s8m7

>>10: >>2

Myself: Similar to >>1 but I think a national legislature is unnecessary and unwise. Maybe one with jurisdiction over foreign policy only.

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Illegal Immigration solution (28)

1 Name: Citizen : 2007-08-19 02:04 ID:xHuVdjTO

I have come up with a solution to the problem of illegal immigrants from Mexico into the United States of America. The obvious problem is that it is caused by domestic issues of Mexico, yet it has a major effect on the US. As it is not a domestic issue of the US, the US cannot directly intervene. So we need to make the domestic issues of Mexico domestic issues of the United States. Annex Mexico.

I suspect that the initial costs towards influencing the political elite of Mexico to agree would cost ~$10b. USD in bribes. The cost of political absorption, infrastructure improvements, and converting the existing economy of Mexico to comply with US law could cost ~$500b. USD (cf. Unification of Germany). The recent escapade in Iraq shows that the US economy can endure such a cost without any major immediate problems.

Benefits:
-End of contentious and time-wasting debate on illegal immigration
-US population increased by 1/3, many new consumers for American businesses, new recruits for the struggling US military, etc.
-Guatemala border relatively trivial to defend
-Large oil reserves become US possessions

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19 Name: Citizen : 2007-10-21 04:36 ID:cBBSsIvi

>>18
Great thinking. Next, why don't we ditch the numerical calendar and start naming years after the product of whoever pays us the most? A great source of funds for a strapped government.

20 Name: Citizen : 2007-10-21 15:07 ID:irGJrpkI

I want to see immigrants out of America just to see how much they fail on their own.

21 Name: Citizen : 2007-10-22 23:07 ID:Heaven

>>20
Right. You're first in line for the boat, I assume...

I'm waiting...

22 Name: Citizen : 2007-10-23 11:19 ID:9qupgL2X

>>21
Nope, I'll be riding a plane. To America. For the lulz.

23 Name: Citizen : 2007-10-23 17:22 ID:kNxCLgg7

>>21
I am not an immigrant.

24 Name: Citizen : 2007-10-24 00:42 ID:Heaven

>>23
Oh, so you're aboriginal?

25 Name: Citizen : 2007-11-04 10:59 ID:Bai23Q6W

>>17
thats good and all, but there is no way to police it, illegals continue accept lower wages.

26 Name: Citizen : 2007-11-06 06:07 ID:5s3CyjUa

Don't know about all of Mexico, but there might be something to having a few northern states join, like Chihuahua and Coahulia. I don't think this will happen any time soon though.

27 Name: Citizen : 2007-12-19 08:14 ID:KpogOrqm

Well the idea is good but if it happemed we'd get an influx of violent Mexican criminals and gangs allowed to freely cross the border and kill Americans I just say we give the martial law order on the border build some heavy duty walls and have our boys blast anyone who gets to close of course with a warning though.I'm sick of watching the news and finding out some alien killed and innocent citizen or an alien without a licence stole a car and crashed it causing multiple citizen deaths.And that whole give them I.Ds and driver licences is so unpatriotic if you see an illegal arrest him i'm tired of my and your tax dollers being spent to pay hospital and other bills for people who don't pay taxes and send all the money they earn in my country to support their families back home.Don't you agree?I'm all for annexing it but it's not the right time we need to regroup and get a better leader who is like a nam vet and atheist so that he can sympathize with the troops before he sends them and so he won't hold the interests of one religion over another and so he can eleminate that one under god b.s.

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Bush should be impeached (20)

1 Name: Citizen : 2007-09-14 23:45 ID:3/fA32zG

He has violated SO MANY of our rights (patriot act, guantanamo, etc etc), he has lead Congress into war under false pretenses (WMDs? No), and has gotten us in a shitload of debt, right after Clinton fixed the system.

Why aren't we getting rid of him? Honestly.

11 Name: Citizen : 2007-09-18 00:40 ID:scnuN0id

>>10

I'd pay to see that.

The entire bush administration seems made of fail and rotten fish.

We're getting closer to a police state every day, we can't win and can't leave in Iraq. The Arab world hates us even more than before, the Taliban might possibly take control of Pakistan. And then there's Katrina.

Is impeachment good enough for that mess?

12 Name: Citizen : 2007-09-20 00:34 ID:Heaven

>>11
No, the President must first have been on the receiving end of one or more blowjob(s) before impeachment is a viable option. It's in the constitution.

13 Name: Citizen : 2007-09-20 16:54 ID:PmTI08oc

>>12 Watergate was close though

14 Name: Citizen : 2007-09-22 21:29 ID:scnuN0id

>>12

No no. Blowjobs only matter if you are an EEEEVIL Socialist Scumbag (as Clinton was). No one impeaches Republicans for that -- you see, for Republicans it's a Sin already paid for by Jayzus, thus they can't be impeached for it.

15 Name: Citizen : 2007-09-23 05:59 ID:RyJ/JGQy

If Bush were to be impeached, Cheney would become president.

Scary, isn't it?

16 Name: Citizen : 2007-09-23 12:58 ID:1FJ3idUW

>>15 False, false, false.
Cheney said repeatedly he doesn't want to be president. He would step out if Bush moved out. Cockroaches prefer darkness.

17 Name: Citizen : 2007-09-23 18:36 ID:u1CIdlnm

>>15,16
He already is president.

18 Name: Citizen : 2007-09-24 15:59 ID:PmTI08oc

>>17
doesn't know politics. Is the bandwagon comfortable?

19 Name: Citizen : 2007-09-24 23:16 ID:Heaven

>>18 doesn't know power. Is ignorance bliss?

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ITT we ponder japan's superiority (68)

1 Name: Citizen : 2006-03-23 10:58 ID:Z8bT5CfH

Why is japan superior to countries such as USA?

1)No hippies.

Why do you think?

59 Name: Citizen : 2007-07-10 20:45 ID:Heaven

>>58 hippy.

60 Name: Citizen : 2007-07-12 08:09 ID:Heaven

Scandals

Abe's government has been rocked by a series of scandals in recent months that have forced three ministers from his cabinet, two by resigning and one by suicide.

One cabinet minister resigned in December over a political spending scandal, the health minister barely kept his post after referring to women as "birth-giving machines", and the scandal-tainted farm minister hanged himself in May.

Then last week the defence minister stepped down over remarks that appeared to condone the 1945 US atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

And in the latest scandal Norihiko Akagi, Abe's agriculture minister, is under fire over allegations that he falsely booked millions of yen in spending for political offices that no longer exist.

Buoyed by Abe's plunging popularity the main opposition Democratic Party are touting the upper house poll as a step towards taking power.

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61 Name: sdf : 2007-07-20 06:03 ID:hjapSc/k

62 Name: Citizen : 2007-07-20 06:59 ID:Heaven

>>60

I'm happy 'cause now Minshuto's popular. doesn't happen every day. (^ ^)

63 Name: Citizen : 2007-08-06 17:22 ID:zAhJvEvj

>>17

Alex? Is that you? What the fuck are you doing here? Get the fuck back to 4cahn you /b/fuck.

64 Name: Citizen : 2007-08-09 00:00 ID:yGQptj/S

You know, for all the talk of a defective American education system, I wonder how many of the posters here fit the stereotype of a brain-dead moron from a backwater American school.

65 Name: 明治天皇 : 2007-08-09 02:21 ID:9Ae24oNK

It's because of ME!!!!

66 Name: 明治天皇 : 2007-08-09 02:22 ID:9Ae24oNK

67 Name: Citizen : 2007-08-09 04:37 ID:yGQptj/S

>>1

Japan is not the best country in the world. You give terrible reasons, and you're probably blinded by your unfounded fantasies of a foreign country based on popular culture.

68 Name: Citizen : 2017-03-12 13:51 ID:c7NRlVUR

dicks out for Harambe

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