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  1. I lived in Chicago for a couple of years in the 00s. The neighborhood had a quite a number of groups from the Middle East, including a significant population of U.S.-born Orthodox and Hasidic Jews. There were a few billboards along major streets with the Israeli flag and U.S. flag together, encouraging Jews to donate 10% of their will when they die. I never heard of anyone attempting to remove those signs, but I imagine such attempts would have been met with accusations of anti-Semitism. I just cruised down the street on Google Maps Street View, and noticed that those signs are no
  2. I went to the Bangrak Vaccination Centre this morning. Unless you've got Thai citizenship or permanent residency, there's absolutely no point in going. They'll just tell you to register online. Also, you can't register unless your over 60 or have diabetes, etc. There were a fair amount of people there, with a handful of foreigners. Google Maps shows the building in the wrong place. The actual location is here: https://goo.gl/maps/AuEtKPbimxp5aBMg9 Google Maps incorrectly shows the location as being a couple of buildings down, here: https://goo.gl/maps/4ANNU2ANcm
  3. I went this morning. Google Maps shows the building in the wrong place. The actual location is here: https://goo.gl/maps/AuEtKPbimxp5aBMg9 Google Maps incorrectly shows the location as being a couple of buildings down, here: https://goo.gl/maps/4ANNU2ANcmU1h6uY9 More importantly, unless you've got Thai citizenship or permanent residency, there's absolutely no point in going. They'll just tell you to register online. Also, you can't register unless your over 60 or have diabetes, etc. There were a fair amount of people there, with a handful of foreigners.
  4. I think you totally missed my post. Please tell the world where I suggested that the western media is supporting the junta in Myanmar.
  5. This "democracy movement" is the same pattern we've seen before. Legitimate grievances by the people are supported by foreign groups that supposedly promote democracy. Those foreign groups don't actually care about promoting democracy of the people, those foreign groups care about setting up a regime that suits their trade industries. If not successful, those foreign groups are happy for the country to descend into total chaos, thus making Myanmar unusable to China. In the end, of course it's the people who must suffer, the same people that the supposed foreign democracy groups claimed to supp
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