HonestDictator comments

Posted in: Top Chinese official outlines plan to ensure 'patriots' run Hong Kong See in context

Oh gawd... CCP boot licking "patriots" that aren't democratically elected by the free decisions of the people of HK. I hope the CCP goes down hard and miserably for the excrement they've pulled for decades.

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Posted in: Senate acquits Trump as Republicans save him See in context

This has shown the GOP for the utterly evil, wicked, corrupt, organization they are. I will never vote for any Republicon or anything affiliated or leaning towards them ever again. Vote for Independents, Vote for Moderates, Vote for Democrats... but never ever vote Republican. They do not believe in justice, only greed, deceipt, power mongering and corruption.

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Posted in: Second Hong Kong radio host arrested for sedition See in context

An old friend of mine just recently moved to the US again with her family in tow to escape the anti-democratic actions of the CCP on HK.

Her husband is seeking asylum for the family thanks to the CCP once again showing that not allowing the people of the China to CHOOSE their own leadership in government only shows regime mentality and no freedom.

The CCP needs to die out. The sooner the better. I have no hope that they'll ever be able to change for the BETTER which would require them to allow the citizens of China to VOTE for their leaders in government.

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Posted in: Republicans signal deep resistance to Trump Senate trial See in context

The GOP does not stand for "law and order" unless it is for their authoritarian power grab. They do not know JUSTICE unless it meets their own desire to prosecute who they want in order to meet their lust for greed and power. The so called "Republican" party is the antithesis of what the party was originally founded on. I don't want a single party majority rule by the Dems nor GOP, but the GOP is dead inside an it's soul is corrupt and rotten to it's core. I'm writing every single so called Senator on the GOP side and reminding them that this is about justice for the country... not their single celled ideals of party before country.

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Posted in: Tokyo District Court upholds ban on dual citizenship See in context

Japan needs to be more balanced on dual citizenship laws. They need to make a list of countries that are close alliances and stable enough to agree to dual citizenship. US, UK, EU, Canada, Australia off the top of my head for example. In case of any illegal activity commited on Japanese soil by a dual citizenship holder can be renounced depending on the nation of birth. If it is a Japanese born citizen then renounce their ability to hold dual citizenship... if it is a non Japanese born citizen then judge them according to J-law (ugh, but when in Rome...) then renounce their dual citizenship and send them packing to their country of origin depending on the severity of their crime.

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Posted in: Japan protests China's repeated intrusions into waters near Senkakus See in context

Negative people see everything negatively.

And an un-democratic suppressive regime known as the CCP wishes the world would just ignore their illegal invasions into other country's territories and other shady business. Chirping with your CCP propaganda only proves that hypocritical two faced mentality that the CCP tries to spread. Lying with the mouth while showing the truth with their ACTIONS. The world just isn't going to turn a blind eye to it's behavior like the CCP thinks it will.

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Posted in: China imposes sanctions on 28 Trump-era officials including Pompeo See in context

Don't care about the CCP trying to get back at Trumps former admin. I care about Biden making sure to call the CCP to task in front of the WTO, WHO, UN and everyone else that understands the world needs to hold the CCP accountable for creating a world wide pandemic, illegal man made islands and usurping of territory that does not belong to them... at all.

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Posted in: Trump's rage ignites mob assault on democracy See in context

All it takes is for people to fervently believe in the LIES given to them by the perpetrators who see them only as useful idiots to be taken advantage of.

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Posted in: Lawmakers openly discuss ousting Trump, possible impeachment See in context

Remember when Nixon was impeached? He had enough brains to resign.

Remember when Clinton was impeached? All for being kinky with extra-marital affairs in the WH.

Trump has already been impeached for far worse crimes than either of them, and for some reason we're still counting them as he goes. The GOP enabled this monster. They could have cleaned their hands of him over a year ago... But nope. 1/6/21 could have been prevented a LONG TIME ago... but they willfully did NOTHING.

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Posted in: Trump urges healing and pledges smooth transition of power See in context

You started it Trump. No "yes" men are going to be able to save you from your own actions.

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Posted in: Trump says his term is ending; transition will be orderly See in context

Trump still could not say, "I concede" or "I lost". I can smell the litigation from here.... and it smells like FIRE. I wonder how the relatives of the people who died engaging in this stupidity are going to handle this. Sue Trump for instigating, or try and sue the federal employees doing their job to protect the elected officials doing their due process.

I love how the GOP members who claimed they were going to "oppose the electoral ballots" doing an abrupt about face saying, "Oh NO! This wasn't supposed to happen!" even though they fully went along with it. But it backfired on them spectacularly.

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Posted in: Trump says his term is ending; transition will be orderly See in context

Biden will push a far Left agenda.

Only hyperpartisan far right "Americans" believe in the fervent toxic rhetoric like this that is fed to them by toxic hyperpartisan "conservative" media groups that prefer authoritarian regimes to democratic elections because of the potential loss of power for their chosen political leanings. You don't like it because it was a LEGITIMATE ELECTORAL LOSS FOR "YOUR" preferred political groups. You slaver over your own lies and mis-truths

It’s sad that the government insists on intruding into people’s lives.

No, you just support the gub'mint intruding on other peoples lives to enforce your beliefs on others... but easily cry "foul!" when your imaginary perceived "rights" that don't exist are taken to task. REALITY just checked that.

The US Constitution was constructed to prevent that.

And a bunch of CULT 45ers tried to overturn and destroy the very constitutional rights that allowed them to VOTE in the first place. Your "team" still couldn't face the REALITY that the majority of Americans didn't like Trump as POTUS, and passed judgement that he should no longer be in office. You dream that somehow you can "protect" the US constitution by violating and destroying it. Yeah, REALITY CHECK just visited you to upturn and force you to face your belief in LIES, baseless CONSPIRACIES (of your own making). You can keep believing in all your falsehoods, but it will NEVER make them TRUE.

Your mental perspective on how this country functions is a danger to this country and has culminated in the events we've seen yesterday. Fascism, authoritarianism, and the crazy folks willing to attempt to install it by shows of FORCE over their "fellow" Americans are a threat to the very freedoms they proclaim to "uphold and protect". Everything is opposite in that dark twisted world of Trumpublicans. Wrong is right, dark is light, lies are truth...

The US constitution has been protected from your own sick delusions. Believing that only you are right when you're clearly supporting wrong in the eyes of our country and the rest of the world. Why is the CCP and Putin laughing at the US right now? Because of YOU and your ideology plays right into what they want to happen to America. DIVIDING ITSELF because of hypocritical loony toons in the US willing to do such things in the name of their warped beliefs.

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Posted in: World leaders express shock at storming of U.S. Capitol See in context

I'm really curious as to how our Canadian neighbors are reacting to this right now....

Before Trump was even allowed to "be" president, many Americans who knew him well despised him. Now that he has been on the world stage as a so called leader representative of the US.... the majority of people around the WORLD despise him.

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Posted in: Somber Senate unites to reject election challenges See in context

25th is fastest but hey, a one day impeachment followed by next day conviction/removal would work too.

The fear is a follow up pardon by temporary president Pence. But if it is timed correctly...

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Posted in: China's internet erupts in mirth over U.S. Capitol chaos See in context

With all due respect to the office of the President, I fear Mr. Trump is going to jail or will be sued on multiple civil grounds.

Don't forget GA has a nice big fat felony case in the wings. I wonder how many states might be able to sue Trump. He may have to serve over 40+ years in multiple states with how he's been behaving. I was hoping he'd get a cell in Gitmo... but it will probably end up being a plain old federal prison...

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Posted in: World leaders express shock at storming of U.S. Capitol See in context

Meanwhile in Moscow, Mr.Putin is laughing louds in Kremilin and he toast with a glass of Vodka!

And so is the CCP in China which is why you're posting too. But Trump and cronies are going to pay dearly before the country when we Americans are through with them. At least we can demand justice and get it.

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Posted in: Somber Senate unites to reject election challenges See in context

The GOP senate and GOP congress in 2016.

No, it's not NEPOTISM.

No, it's not conflict of interests.

No, it's not corruption.

No, it's not an impeachable offense.

No, it's not interference of justice.

No, it's nothing to be concerned about.

No, it's not a legitimate election.

No, Biden is not the president elect.

No, it's not sedition.

No, it's not insurrection....

The chickens have come home to roost.

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Posted in: Somber Senate unites to reject election challenges See in context

Oh Mitch, you incredulous old fool. There are no "take backs" with what you and your crew did. Lindsay Grahams words came back on them (and even himself) with a VENGEANCE..... there are no take backs. Those that signed the "protest"... there are NO TAKE BACKS.

Mitt was one of the very precious few GOP members that kept resisting Trump in the long run.

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Posted in: Twitter suspends Trump's account; Facebook, YouTube remove Trump video See in context

This is going to be a hell of a series finale when Trump is dragged kicking and screaming from the white house. I never did like reality TV shows... but here we are.

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Posted in: 4 dead after Trump supporters storm U.S. Capitol, forcing Senate to evacuate See in context

No Senators would sign on to objecting the votes from Georgia. They all backed out.

Too late, we remember what they stood for... back pedaling won't save them now. They put their names on a list saying what they stood for.. Americans that stand for democracy will remember them and hold them accountable forever. I have a long memory for them.

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Posted in: China's internet erupts in mirth over U.S. Capitol chaos See in context

Yep, Cult 45... You MAGA (Made America Garbage Absolutely). Credibility, Dignity and respect are hard to earn back once lost. We'll earn it back.. but it's going to take a LOOOOONG TIME. Thank you for doing their jobs for them. The CCP thanks you profusely for helping them with their propaganda of one party rule. Putin and cronies want to thank you profusely for helping them undermine America and showing their intelligence agencies the weakness of Americans who are easily swayed by fanatical partisanship rhetoric/instigation/ and idiocy. Every dictator around the world THANKS YOU... You're truly patriots of those countries... not the USA.

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Posted in: 4 dead after Trump supporters storm U.S. Capitol, forcing Senate to evacuate See in context

RFLMAO @Bass and co... The backpedaling flips are spectacular. 11/10 in hypocrisy. God this is glorious. Mitt Romney was LIVID (exactly how I felt for the longest time....) and railing at his so called "party".

All the "official" GOP politicians who supported this "overturn a duly elected official" to the office of POTUS you're on the list. Thank you for adding your names to it for ALL to see.

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Posted in: N Korean leader Kim tells party congress economic plan failed 'tremendously' See in context

@theFu that would require the ruling elite to give up taking all the power and wealth to themselves. If they had any sense of reform for their country to get better and become more prosperous, they'd have to make that decision... but too many are unwilling. "Better to rule in hell than be a servant in heaven..." I gather.

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Posted in: 53 Hong Kong pro-democracy figures arrested See in context

I am sure anyone advocating the violent overthrow of the Japanese government would face arrest too.

You seem to forget that over world history the majority of times a violent rebellion and overthrow of government was because the people were being OPPRESSED or RULED over UNJUSTLY and had NO FREEDOM and were SUFFERING at the hands of the "POWERFUL" RULERS of whatever regime they were forced to live under. The American Revolution (Independence from the British empire), the US Civil War (fighting agaist the oppression of slavery and giving an oppressed people FREEDOM), The French Revolution (Freedom from the rule of wealthy elitist monarchy while the people starved and suffered....), The Russian Revolution (also freedom from the rule of wealthy elitists monarchy while the people starved and suffered...)...

I can go on with countries like Vietnam, India, (even China close to Mao gaining power... and abusing it...) but the list is LOOOOOONG.

The CCP is oppressive and ruled by a group of wealthy elite who want only to control and wield power over those who are not as wealthy or as connected as they are... Hong Kong had more freedoms after the British Empire removed imperialism and became democratic and allowed people to have a choice as well as Honoring an old agreement they had with China (before the CCP even existed).

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Posted in: Pence won't interfere in election count despite pressure from Trump See in context

15 more days of freakin' torture with this foolishness.

BB showing us just how much Russia is willing to spend money on hiring social media instigators pushing their far right conservatism to easily swayed far right fanatical 'Muricans who can't tell their being played.

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Posted in: Ghosn asks why Japanese don't come and question him in Lebanon See in context

Couldn't they do a zoom call? Not that hard to do if I'm correct? Although having J-prosecutors on Zoom forgetting to turn on "mute/black screen" would be hilarious.

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Posted in: After pardon, Blackwater guard defiant: ‘I acted correctly’ See in context

2007 shooting rampage in Iraq.... Yeah, Trump picks the wrong kind of pardons. Loyalist cronies, war criminals. I could understand a drug dealer or small fry crimes that may have been given unjustly long sentences... but this is disgusting.

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Posted in: Homes of McConnell, Pelosi vandalized See in context

Like voting him out. Pelosi also needs to go.... both are entrenched politician whose time has long passed and America needs new blood.

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Posted in: Homes of McConnell, Pelosi vandalized See in context

I wonder what the budget for education budget is in Kentucky? I'd rather they not vandalize either way, but instead play it smart and hit Mitch and cronies in ways that hurt more.

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Posted in: Cruz leads Republican drive to object to Biden's win See in context

Biden's first act as president should be to have the lot of them charged with sedition and jailed.

Biden probably can't but we the people (with our sanity still viable) can bring a case against all of these so called political officials that are violating their oath of office when the DOJ is straightened out and we get rid of Trumps loyalist cronies. We'll actually have an AG for America again, and we'd better make damned sure these bunch of freaks can never hold any modicum of power or position in any form of government again.

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