Tokyo Reporter: Bust of Gas Panic bars in Roppongi due to “poorly behaving” foreigners

Posted by debito on December 6th, 2011


Bust of Gas Panic bars in Roppongi due to ‘poorly behaving’ foreigners
December 1, 2011

A journalist who covers the adult entertainment industry says the chain of foreigner-frequented bars is popular for those on low budgets, but in recent times police have been taking notice of trouble. “Recently, poorly behaving foreigners from the Middle East and South-East Asia have started showing up,” says the source. “They make others not want to come around, and maybe some neighbors complained.”


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Toward a Gentler, Kinder German Reich?
The Realpolitik behind the European Financial Crisis
by Tony Corn

Journal Article | November 29, 2011 - 8:32am

Since the Berlin Republic now defines itself almost exclusively as a “geo-economic power,” there is no doubt that the first priority of a German-dominated EU China policy would be to lift the arms embargo in place since 1989. American taxpayers would thus continue to provide for the defense of the “civilianized” Germans (who spend only 1.3 percent of their GDP on defense) while Germany would be making money selling advanced military technology to America’s peer competitor.


Toward a Gentler, Kinder German Reich? bitly.com/spnOaa 独中心の欧州の未来図。欧州連邦における独はビスマルクのライヒにおける普に相当。新ライヒは権威主義的ではなく社会政治的に今より民主的で金融財政の面でも機能する云々

Women in Britain are fed up
Why British women are being turned off the men in charge of the country "who haven't got a clue what matters to women".
Siobhan Courtney Last Modified: 05 Dec 2011

Childcare in Britain costs more than any other country in the world, according to research by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.

Maybe, in this instance, the UK would like to look to Europe and learn a thing or two from Belgium and Portugal's example, as, in Britain, 33 per cent of a family's net income is spent on childcare. This has resulted in a situation where it actually doesn't make sense for thousands of parents to return to work because they are financially worse off - I know, it took me a while to get my head around that one too. The fact that thousands are not able to go back to work has contributed to 1.07 million women out of work - the highest level for 23 years. Guess who was in power then, too?

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DECEMBER 6, 2011 · 1:18 PM
NYPD Investigating Officers’ Racist Posts

The New York City Police Department says it will investigate a report officers made racist and inflammatory comments on Facebook about West Indian parade-goers.

The New York Times reports that in the postings, people participating in the September parade in Brooklyn were described as “animals” and “savages.” One posting suggested, “Drop a bomb on them and wipe them all out” while another read, “Let them kill each other.”

The Times said it obtained a copy of postings made on the Facebook page, titled “No More West Indian Day Detail,” before it was taken down in September.
[Source: UPI]


DECEMBER 6, 2011 · 1:55 PM
Jail Sentences Handed Down To Trio In Massachusetts Racial Attack

A Marshfield woman was sentenced to two to three years at the state prison in Framingham and two men were given jail sentences after a jury found them guilty of carrying out a racially-motivated attack on a black man three years ago.

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