The Register has the inside scoop on what goes on in the American gulags: And talking of asses, that story ends up being self-published on the Asia Times.
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In the Mr Johnson thread, we started a sub-thread on this latest story on Debito.org. Please continue (and repost your comments if necessary, or link back to them, etc) to discuss it here. My current theory: Immigration were on a plain-clothes mission but got the wrong man; since there were two women officers it leads [...]
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This rather impressive (in a bad way) tale of incarceration (or should that be In Carceration, given the way the story is being spun) takes the sting off fully-documented cases from Amnesty by telling a story so full of holes that it quite frankly stinks. By the way, if you wish to indulge in full-blown [...]
Over in that other place there was a reprint of an article based on a press release about a policy document from Japan Forum of International Relations. Let’s look at what the original document actually says. The first thing that struck me was that in a very long list of names there was only one [...]
In a recent post regarding an Asahi poll on many topics, but in particular focusing on a question on immigration: “On accepting immigrants to maintain economic vitality, only 26 percent supported such a move, while 65 percent opposed.” ◆将来、少子化が続いて人口が減り、経済の規模を維持できなくなった場合、外国からの移民を幅広く受け入れることに賛成ですか。反対ですか。 賛成 ２６ 反対 ６５ http://www.asahi.com/politics/update/0610/TKY201006100494_03.html Comments too skipped over the key difference between the Japanese original [...]