Unknown Tragedy

 

Unknown Tragedy

 


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Kato. . . , are you talking about an unknown tragedy?


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Yes, that’s right. . . Diane, you don’t like it, do you?

Well . . . honestly, I prefer comedy to tragedy.

Yes, yes, yes,… of course, it’s understandable.

But, Kato, how come you pick up an unknown tragedy among all other things.

Good question! . . . Actually, a couple of days ago, I read the following passage from the book borrowed at Vancouver Public Library. . .


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What is not well known in Japan is the rape done by the Soviet Union soldiers in the occupied area before arriving in Berlin.
This happened not only in Germany, but also in the countries of Eastern Europe, which lie between the Soviet Union border and Germany.
Thus, the total number of Soviet army rapes rose to a tremendous number.

Naturally, rape didn’t stop there because the women resisted, and the soldiers committed war crimes such as assault, injury and murder.

According to one theory, Soviet soldiers killed about 10% of raped women.
Besides, there were other women who committed suicide.
Naturally, sexually transmitted diseases spread among victims, and then transmitted to families as well.

It was even more miserable if the women got pregnant. . . .

The rate of pregnancy by rape done by the Soviet Union soldiers became as high as 20 percent. . . .

It is reported that 11,000 German women became pregnant by the Soviet army’s rape after the fall of Berlin, and 1,100 “Russian” children were born because they were not abandoned due to religious or other reasons. . . .

After all, although rape is a war crime that is unforgivable for women, it must be said that it is strange that only Japanese army is criticized in terms of “comfort woman” issue.

 


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(translated by Kato)

237-238ページ 『こうして歴史問題は捏造される』
著者: 有馬哲夫
2017(平成29)年9月20日 初版発行
発行所: 株式会社 新潮社

I see. . . As a matter of fact, I once read a story about the Soviet Union army who raped the Japanese women when the Soviet Union army invaded Manchuria.

Oh, did you?

So, the Soviet Union army also raped the women while they advanced along the way to reach Berlin, didn’t they?

Yes, you’re telling me, Diane. . . In fact, I viewed a movie made based on those historical facts. . .

Did you?

Yes, I borrowed a DVD at Vancouver Public Library last November and watched the following movie. . .

 


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November 28, 2018

Directed by Anne Fontaine in 2016 based on the real events, this French drama delves into the aftermath of mass rapes by Soviet soldiers at the convent in Poland.

The pregnant nuns go through an unprecedented crisis of faith.

Though it does not seem easy to watch, its nuanced exploration of the minds of the strict Mother Superior as well as the victimized nuns appears well worth watching.

 

The Innocents

 


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The Innocents, also known as Agnus Dei, is a 2016 French film directed by Anne Fontaine, which features Lou de Laâge, Agata Kulesza, Agata Buzek and Vincent Macaigne in its cast.
The script is by Sabrina B. Karine, Pascal Bonitzer, Anne Fontaine and Alice Vial, after an original idea by Philippe Maynial.
Maynial took inspiration from the experiences of his aunt, Madeleine Pauliac, a French Red Cross doctor who worked in Poland after World War II, dealing with the aftermath of mass rapes by Soviet soldiers.

 


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Producer Eric and Nicola Altmeyer (French version) who knew about the tragic incident that happened in the Polish monastery immediately after World War II from Dr. Pauliac’s diary, and the French director Anne Fontine I asked for a production.

Director Fontaine goes to the field with Polish historians to investigate.
And you get confirmation that the incident actually happened in the three abbeys.
Born in a Catholic family, Director Fontine has two nuns aunts.

In order to understand the movements of the nuns, I experienced life as a “practitioner” in a Benedictine abbey similar to a movie.
“Today the war and terrorism have killed the general public all over the world. The most important thing is strong solidarity. It is important to find hope even in a desperate situation,” said Fontaine.

 

Summary

In Warsaw, December 1945, a nun known as Sister Maria approaches a young French female student doctor, Mathilde Beaulieu, serving with an army unit. She says there are sick women in need and is not satisfied with a referral to the Polish Red Cross.

Beaulieu decides to go at night to the nun’s convent, where one woman has given birth.
The Mother Superior tells her that the nun was thrown out by her family and was taken in out of charity.
Beaulieu tells the Mother Superior (Abbess) that she works for the French Red Cross.

A novice nun at the convent is grieving the death of another nun.
Confined to her cell, she engages in morning prayer.

Later the Abbess discloses to Beaulieu that several nuns at the convent were raped by Russian soldiers, relating that the experience was nightmarish, and they wish to keep this a secret.
Seven of the nuns are pregnant.

Some of the pregnant nuns are reluctant to be examined intimately by the doctor, believing this will violate their vow of chastity.
One of the nuns confesses to Mother Superior that her faith has been deeply shaken by these events.

Soldiers come to the convent believing the nuns are harboring an enemy soldier.
However, Beaulieu convinces them she is there to deal with an emergency outbreak of typhus.

The Mother Superior is badly shaken by the threat of the soldiers, and thanks the doctor for her presence of mind.
Beaulieu realizes that she too was raped.

The Master of Novices tells the doctor that every day she is reminded of these harsh events.
She relates how faith has become more difficult for her but it is the cross she bears.

When Beaulieu returns to headquarters, her boss chastises her for having been away without leave.
He says that the military is a place of order and discipline.

At a later visit at the convent, Beaulieu is present when another novice nun gives birth unexpectedly.
This nun had not realized she was pregnant, and does not seem to know she has given birth.

The Abbess had given orders that she be notified of all births, but Beaulieu requests that she not be notified immediately.
The doctor needs to focus on care for the newborn.
A different nun, Sister Zofia, takes responsibility for the child.

Beaulieu asks the Master of Novices if she ever regrets her life as a nun.
The novice replies, “Faith is 24 hours of doubt with one minute of hope”, going on to describe her difficulties with the practice.

Beaulieu returns to the army medical unit, and discovers the unit is going to be transferred out of the area.

Several nuns are about to give birth at once.

 


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Beaulieu returns to the convent with a male Jewish colleague.
She assures the nuns that he will keep their secret.
The doctor visits the baby whose existence has been kept secret from the Abbess.

The Master of Novices plans to take the baby to the Zofia’s family, but the baby is discovered by the abbess.
The Abbess is upset that she was lied to and tells the Master of Novices that she has been corrupted by “that French woman”, who has brought scandal and disorder to the convent.
The Master of Novices replies, “Forgive me, but scandal and disorder were already here”.

The Mother Superior has been telling everyone that she takes the babies to families who have agreed to adopt, but she abandons this baby in front of a crucifix on a country walking path, after baptising it.
Zofia is distraught, knowing the child is missing.
The Mother Superior privately prays that she have the courage to continue on the path she has chosen.

Meanwhile, Sister Zofia commits suicide by jumping from an upper ledge, dying shortly after her wounded body is discovered.

When the Master of Novices goes to Zofia’s family to report her death, she discovers that Zofia’s mother never knew Zofia had a child, nor that she has been caring for the baby.
The Master of Novices decides to not tell the mother the truth.
This is the Master of Novices’ first realization that the Abbess has been dishonest about the fate of the babies.

She confronts the Abbess demanding the truth.
She says she entrusted the child to God, saying “Don’t you believe in Providence?”

At the medical base, Beaulieu is getting ready to finally leave the area.
The Master of Novices brings three babies to the base to protect them from the Abbess.
Beaulieu first notices that many orphans living on the street have been helping personnel at the base from time to time.

It occurs to her that the nuns could start raising many of these children and open an orphanage, thus avoiding questions about where the babies are coming from.
One of the nuns decides to leave the convent and raise her own child, and another decides to leave, but allow her baby to be raised by the nuns.


Source: “The Innocents (2016 film)”
Free encyclopedia Wikipedia

Oh. . . What a heart-wrenching story it is!

Yes, it is. . . Anyway, it is said that Soviet troops rushed to the abbey and raped them one after another. . . Ten months later, many of them would give birth in the last month. . .

 


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It looks like the convent has become a nursery. . .

In other words, Kato, are you defending the Japanese army who was to blame for the so-called “comfort woman” problem?

Oh no, I am NOT. . . But, I’d say that the above tragedy was much worse than the “comfort woman” problem. . . Don’t you thin so, Diane?

Well. . . The so-called “comfort woman” problem seems as bad as the above unknown tragedy.

Anyway, I’m NOT defending the Japanese army nor the Soviet Union army who did those bad things, but I’d say that during the war there were so many rapes in any of occupied countries. . . Even now, there has been news that Syrian government forces did “systematic rape”.

No kidding!?

If you cannot believe, read the following article.

UN probe accuses Syrian troops

of ‘systematic’ rape

 


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2018/03/16

Syrian troops and government-linked militia have systematically used rape and sexual violence against civilians, atrocities that amount to crimes against humanity, a UN-backed inquiry said Thursday, reports AFP.

Rebel fighters have committed similar violations, amounting to war crimes, but at a rate “considerably less common than rape by government forces and associated militia”, the Independent International Commission of Inquiry for Syria (COI) said in a new report.

The findings, submitted to the United Nations Human Rights Council, are based on 454 interviews with sources that include survivors, eye witnesses and medical workers.
The Damascus government has never granted COI investigators access to Syria.

Overall, the report adds to the overwhelming accounts of hellish suffering endured by Syrian civilians during the conflict that has claimed more than 350,000 lives as it enters its eighth year.

A woman from Syria’s third city of Homs told COI investigators that in 2012 “government forces entered her home and raped her daughter in front of her and her husband before shooting the daughter and the father”, the report said.

“The mother was then raped by two soldiers,” it added, in one of many examples of extreme violence.

Checkpoints controlled by the government or its allies, as well as detention centres, were identified as a main areas where sexual violence was perpetrated.

The COI notes that government troops detained “thousands of women and girls” from 2011 to the end of 2017, the period covered in the report.


SOURCE: Daily-Sun News

So, Kato, you defend the Japanese army because they resorted to “comfort women” so that they didn’t have to rape the women in the occupied countries, don’t you?

No, I don’t. . . I am not admiring the “comfort women system”. . .

So how come you let me know about the rapes of the Soviet Union army in Poland?

Well . . . , even the German troops had raped the Russian women during the Soviet invasion.

Oh really?

Yes, they did. . . Besides, even the American troops had raped the French women during and after the Normandy landing operation.

The Dark Side of Liberation

 


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By Jennifer Schuessler
May 20, 2013

 

The soldiers who landed in Normandy on D-Day were greeted as liberators, but by the time American G.I.’s were headed back home in late 1945, many French citizens viewed them in a very different light.

In the port city of Le Havre, the mayor was bombarded with letters from angry residents complaining about drunkenness, jeep accidents, sexual assault — “a regime of terror,” as one put it, “imposed by bandits in uniform.”

This isn’t the “greatest generation” as it has come to be depicted in popular histories.
But in “What Soldiers Do: Sex and the American G.I. in World War II France,” the historian Mary Louise Roberts draws on French archives, American military records, wartime propaganda and other sources to advance a provocative argument: The liberation of France was “sold” to soldiers not as a battle for freedom but as an erotic adventure among oversexed Frenchwomen, stirring up a “tsunami of male lust” that a battered and mistrustful population often saw as a second assault on its sovereignty and dignity.

“I could not believe what I was reading,” Ms. Roberts, a professor of French history at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, recalled of the moment she came across the citizen complaints in an obscure archive in Le Havre.
“I took out my little camera and began photographing the pages. I did not go to the bathroom for eight hours.”

“What Soldiers Do,” to be officially published next month by the University of Chicago Press, arrives just as sexual misbehavior inside the military is high on the national agenda, thanks to a recent Pentagon report estimating that some 26,000 service members had been sexually assaulted in 2012, more than a one-third increase since 2010.

While Ms. Roberts’s arguments may be a hard sell to readers used to more purely heroic narratives, her book is winning praise from some scholarly colleagues.
“Our culture has embalmed World War II as ‘the good war,’ and we don’t revisit the corpse very often,” said David M. Kennedy, a historian at Stanford University and the author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning book “Freedom From Fear: The American People in Depression and War, 1929-1945.”

“What Soldiers Do,” he added, is “a breath of fresh air,” providing less of an “aha” than, as he put it, an “of course.”

Mary Louise Roberts has written “What Soldiers Do,” a book about sexual assaults by Americans fighting in France.

Ms. Roberts, whose parents met in 1944 when her father was training as a naval officer, emphasizes that American soldiers’ heroism and sacrifice were very real, and inspired genuine gratitude.
But French sources, she argues, also reveal deep ambivalence on the part of the liberated.

“Struggles between American and French officials over sex,” she writes, “rekindled the unresolved question of who exactly was in charge.”

Sex was certainly on the liberators’ minds.
The book cites military propaganda and press accounts depicting France as “a tremendous brothel inhabited by 40 million hedonists,” as Life magazine put it.
(Sample sentences from a French phrase guide in the newspaper Stars and Stripes: “You are very pretty” and “Are your parents at home?”)

On the ground, however, the grateful kisses captured by photojournalists gave way to something less picturesque.
In the National Archives in College Park, Md., Ms. Roberts found evidence — including one blurry, curling snapshot — supporting long-circulating colorful anecdotes about the Blue and Gray Corral, a brothel set up near the village of St. Renan in September 1944 by Maj. Gen. Charles H. Gerhardt, commander of the infantry division that landed at Omaha Beach, partly to counter a wave of rape accusations against G.I.’s.
(It was shut down after a mere five hours.)

In France, Ms. Roberts also found a desperate letter from the mayor of Le Havre in August 1945 urging American commanders to set up brothels outside the city, to halt the “scenes contrary to decency” that overran the streets, day and night.
They refused, partly, Ms. Roberts argues, out of concern that condoning prostitution would look bad to “American mothers and sweethearts,” as one soldier put it.

Keeping G.I. sex hidden from the home front, she writes, ensured that it would be on full public view in France: a “two-sided attitude,” she said, that is reflected in the current military sexual abuse crisis.

Ms. Roberts is not the first scholar to bring the sexual side of World War II into clearer view.
The 1990s brought a surge of scholarship on the Soviet Army’s mass rapes on the Eastern front, fed partly by the international campaign to have rape recognized as a war crime after the conflict in the former Yugoslavia.
At the same time, gender historians began taking a closer look at “fraternization” by American soldiers, with particular attention to what women thought they were getting out of the bargain.


SOURCE: NY TIMES article

Besides, although the Nazi Jewish extermination and slaughter operations are notorious and well known to the world, the systematic slaughter that the former Soviet Union did against Ukrainians was hardly known until recently.

Oh . . .? Are you saying, Kato, the high-level executives of the former Soviet Union had systematically slaughtered Ukrainians?

Yes, they did. . . Actually, I didn’t even know at all until recently, but I watched the following documentary. . .

 


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May 27, 2019

Directed by Yurij Luhovy in 2010, this 76-minute documentary delves into genocide against the Ukrainian nation with declassified rare footage while interviewing survivors and historians.

The Holodomor (killing by starvation) took place in Soviet Ukraine in 1932 and 1933 that killed millions of Ukraines.

During the Holodomor, millions of people of Ukraine, the majority of who were ethnic ethnic Ukrainians, died of starvation in a peacetime catastrophe unprecedented in the history of Ukraine.

Since 2006, the Holodomor has been recognized by Ukraine and 15 other countries as a genocide of the Ukrainian people carried out by the Soviet government.

Amazing, shocking and heart-wrenching!

 

Holodomor

 


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The Holodomor (derived from морити голодом, “to kill by starvation”) was a man-made famine in Soviet Ukraine in 1932 and 1933 that killed millions of Ukrainians.
It is also known as the Terror-Famine and Famine-Genocide in Ukraine, and sometimes referred to as the Great Famine or The Ukrainian Genocide of 1932–33.

It was part of the wider Soviet famine of 1932–33, which affected the major grain-producing areas of the country.
During the Holodomor, millions of inhabitants of Ukraine, the majority of whom were ethnic Ukrainians, died of starvation in a peacetime catastrophe unprecedented in the history of Ukraine.

Since 2006, the Holodomor has been recognized by Ukraine and 15 other countries as a genocide of the Ukrainian people carried out by the Soviet government.

Early estimates of the death toll by scholars and government officials varied greatly.
According to higher estimates, up to 12 million ethnic Ukrainians were said to have perished as a result of the famine.

A U.N. joint statement signed by 25 countries in 2003 declared that 7–10 million perished.
Research has since narrowed the estimates to between 3.3 and 7.5 million.
According to the findings of the Court of Appeal of Kiev in 2010, the demographic losses due to the famine amounted to 10 million, with 3.9 million direct famine deaths, and a further 6.1 million birth deficits.

Some scholars believe that the famine was planned by Joseph Stalin to eliminate a Ukrainian independence movement.
Using Holodomor in reference to the famine emphasises its man-made aspects, arguing that actions such as rejection of outside aid, confiscation of all household foodstuffs, and restriction of population movement confer intent, defining the famine as genocide; the loss of life has been compared to that of the Holocaust.
The causes are still a subject of academic debate, and some historians dispute its characterization as a genocide.


Source: “Holodomor”
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Oh. . . How horrible! . . . Four to fourteen million Ukrainians died because they were deprived of livestock and farmland by forced relocation. . . It sounds much worse than the Holocaust by the Nazi, doesn’t it?

I suppose so. . . Horodomor is one of the biggest tragedies of the 20th century. . . There were others such as the Armenian massacre, the Holocaust, the Pol Poto massacre, the Rwanda massacre, etc.! . . . In other words, historically, wars and dictators have produced tragedies all over the world

I see. . .

At the time of the Communist Party dictatorship in general, and Mao Zedong in particular, China’s “Great Leap Forward” (1958-1962) was a reckless plan, which resulted in 10 million people dead. . . Moreover, even in North Korea, a former BBC reporter, British journalist Jasper Becker, points out based on data from the UN that the population of North Korea was 24 million, but in 2005 it dropped to 19 million. . . That is, five million North Koreans were starved to death in just 10 years. . .

Unbelievable! . . . Both wars and dictators create such horrible tragedies, huh?

Yes, you’re telling me.


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【Himiko’s Monologue】


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Do you think that both wars and dictators create such horrible tragedies, too?

What? . . . You don’t like to talk about tragedies at all, do you?

“Tell me another interesting story!”

If you say so, I’ll show you the following clip:

Here’s a clip for a certain woman to use for making love.

 


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How do you like the above music?

Are you tired of sexy music?

Well… here’s a mood-changing tune just for you.

Gess what?… You can now laught to the last tears.

 


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  Mr. Mathane

 

In any road, I expect Kato will write another interesting article soon.

So please come back to see me.

Have a nice day!

Bye bye …


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Hi, I’m June Adams.

Kato is a real movie lover, who tries to watch 1001 movies.

As a matter of fact, he has already accomplished his goal.


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『Actual List』


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Kato watched “The Arabian Nights” or “One Thousand and One Nights” as his 1001th movie.

You might just as well want to view it.


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The stories in “the Arabian Nights” were collected over many centuries by various authors, translators, and scholars across West, Central, and South Asia and North Africa.

The tales themselves trace their roots back to ancient and medieval Arabic, Persian, Indian, Egyptian and Mesopotamian folklore and literature.

In particular, many tales were originally folk stories from the Caliphate era, while others, especially the frame story, are most probably drawn from the Pahlavi Persian work Hazār Afsān which in turn relied partly on Indian elements.

What is common throughout all the editions of the Nights is the initial frame story of the ruler Shahryār and his wife Scheherazade and the framing device incorporated throughout the tales themselves.

The stories proceed from this original tale.

Some are framed within other tales, while others begin and end of their own accord.

Some editions contain only a few hundred nights, while others include 1,001 or more.


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ところで、愛とロマンに満ちた

レンゲさんのお話をまとめて

『レンゲ物語』を作りました。

もし、レンゲさんの記事をまとめて読みたいならば、

次のリンクをクリックしてくださいね。

『愛とロマンのレンゲ物語』


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『軽井沢タリアセン夫人 – 小百合物語』

とにかく、今日も一日楽しく愉快に

ネットサーフィンしましょうね。

じゃあね。


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使ってない単語

 

使ってない単語

 

NIXED

 


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こんにちは。デンマンです。
僕はもう、英語を海外で30年近く使っているのですよう。
でもね、それでも使ってない単語ってありますね。


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2008年の6月18日にAOL のニュースを見ていたら、この記事が画面に出てきたのですよう。
nix という単語は名詞だとばっかり思っていたのですよ。
つまり、 nil と同じような意味だと思っていたのです。
要するに、「無い」 とか 「ゼロ」 という意味です。

動詞として使う事ができるなんて全く知らなかった。
動詞として使えば、「無視する」というような意味だろうと思ったのです。

念のために僕がいつも使っている ポップアップ英英辞典 (http://wordweb.info) で調べたら、やっぱり名詞は出ていたけれど、動詞としては載っていなかった。

本文を読んだら次のように書いてありました。

Muslims Denied Seat at Obama Rally

Source: The Associated Press
Posted: 06/18/2008 5:13PM
Filed Under: World
DETROIT (AP)

A young Muslim woman said she and another woman were refused seats directly behind Barack Obama — and in front of TV cameras — at a Detroit rally because they wear head scarfs.

イスラム教信者の女性がバラック・オバマ氏のすぐ後ろの席に着くことを拒否された、と言うのですね。
つまり、nixed が「拒否される」、「拒絶される」と言う意味で使われているようです。

英語を使いながら、海外で暮らしていても、本当に毎日が勉強です。

英語は国際語ですよね。
あなたも英語をおさらいしてみませんか?

ええっ? 時間もないしお金もないの?
だったらね、時間がなくてもお金がなくても勉強できる方法を教えますよ。

どうすればいいのかって。。。?
次のリンクをクリックしてくださいね。

『あなたの国際化をサポートしてくれる

無料英語学習サービス』

ネットをやっているあなたなら、いつでもどこでも無料で国際語を勉強する事が出来ます。
明日から始めることが出来ますよ。
いろいろなコースがあります。
例えば、科学用語だとか。。。
ビジネス用語だとか。。。
僕は俗語を選択しています。
あなたも好きなコースを選ぶ事ができますよ。

では、今日のホットな情報です。

今日のホットでお得な情報

ジューンさんの熟女下着 June Adams 下着美人
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あなたが本当に

美しくやせるために…


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あなたは、美しくやせたいと思いますか?
ええっ?
何度も試したけれど、ダメだったの?

だったらね、あなたでもやって行けるダイエットを紹介します。

ウソだ~♪~い???

ウソじゃないのよう!
とにかく、始める前から、そのように消極的じゃダメなのよう。
だからね、ぜひ一歩を踏み出すためにも次のリンクをクリックして覗いてみてね。

■ 『あなたでも無理なくできるダイエット ガイド』

万里の道も一歩からですからね。
じゃあ、頑張ってね。


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英語の勉強に疲れたら、
あなたのダイエットについて考えてみたら。。。?

時間があったらぜひ覗いてみてください。
では、幸運を祈ってます。


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メチャ面白い、

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■ 『きれいになったと感じさせる

下着・ランジェリーを見つけませんか?』

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別荘を持つことを夢見る小百合さんの物語』

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平成の紫式部、橘卑弥子でござ~ます
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おほほほほ。。。

卑弥子でござ~♪~ますわよ。

くどいようですけれど、

また現れましたわ。

やっぱり、デンマンさん

ぱっかりに任せていると

退屈するのよねぇ~。

それで。。。つい、つい、

出て来てしまうので

ござ~♪~ますわよ。

ええっ、余計な事は言わなくてもいいから、

さっさと言いたいことを言って消えろ!

あららあああぁ~

あなたはそのような厳しいことをあたくしに

言うのでござ~♪~ますか?

いけすかないことォ~♪~

分かりましたわ。

では、今日の一言を。。。

うふふふふ。。。

You can’t build a reputation on

what you are going to do.

— Henry Ford


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これからする事で名声を築く事はできない。

(これまでの実績で名声は生まれる。)

あたくしは、このように訳しました。

あなたなら、どう訳しますか?

素晴しい訳があったら教えてくださいませ。

ヘンリー・フォードさんは、あなたも知っていますよね。

アメリカの自動車王です。

では、今日も一日楽しく愉快に

ネットサーフィンしましょうね。

じゃあ、バ~♪~イ。


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Quartet

 

Quartet

 


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Kato, did you attend your friend’s wedding recently, huh?


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No, I didn’t… Why do you ask me such a question?

Well…, it’s obvious that you’ve pasted a clip of Johann Pachelbel’s 《Canon in D Major》, which has been used frequently in weddings these days.

I see… Diane, you’re quite knowledgeable about today’s wedding fad, eh?

It’s commen sense, isn’t it?

Oh…? I didn’t know that.

Then how come you pasted the above photo of the wedding string quartet?

Well…, I’ve recently watched the following movie:

 


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Directed by Dustin Hoffman in 2011 based on the play Quartet by Ronald Harwood, this British drama depicts the lives at Beecham House—a retirement home for former professional musicians, patterned after the real-life Casa di Riposo per Musicisti founded by Giuseppe Verdi.

 


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Although the cultured Englishfolk live peacefully in a beautifully maintained residence for retired musicians, the film lacks a real drama with turns and twists.

The story appears predictable and lack-lustre.

 

Quartet

 


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PLOT

 

The drama takes place in Beecham House, where live Reg, Wilf and Cissy who often worked together in the past.

Among other residents are Cedric Livingstone, a former director, and diva Anne Langley.

All the guests in the retirement home continue to be engaged in their former professions in one way or the other, including lecturing and initiating young people to music.

Finances threaten closure of the home, but proceeds from a yearly gala concert on Verdi’s birthday hold hope for a continuation of the place.

However, Cedric has become rather desperate because some of the most prominent singers have either died or decided not to participate at all.

Reg, Wilf and Cissy were in the cast of a very highly rated recording of the opera Rigoletto, which includes a famous quartet for soprano, mezzo-soprano, tenor and baritone (“Bella figlia dell’amore”).

This version is very prominent among opera buffs as “the Rigoletto” of the post-war era.

One day, Reg is shocked to find his former wife Jean Horton, the missing soprano of the Rigoletto recording, turning up to live at Beecham House.

Reg is angry not to have been warned as their parting was on very sour terms.

At first, Jean tries unsuccessfully to mend things with Reg.

In the ensuing conversations her infidelity arises, as well as her past marriages, but Reg comes to understand that all that is past.

In the meantime, Wilf and Cissy convince Cedric that bringing together those who sang the quartet on the famous recording to sing it again for the Verdi Gala concert will sell enough tickets to save the home.

Enchanted with the idea, they persuade Reg to overcome his objections to performing with Jean again.

However, she is harder to persuade as she vowed never to sing again after retiring.

Cissy takes Jean flowers from the garden to cheer her up, and asks if she wishes to discuss the quartet, but Jean becomes violent and attacks Cissy, which only aggravates Cissy’s already delicate senile condition.

Jean apologises and is finally persuaded to sing in the quartet from Rigoletto, after learning that Anne Langley will be singing “Vissi d’arte” from Tosca.

The group prepares for their performance and, moments before their curtain call, Cissy gets very confused and attempts to walk out the door, saying that she has to go back to her family, but Jean manages to salvage the situation.

During her conversation with Cissy, Jean expresses regret for all her past bad behaviour towards Reg and admits that she is still in love with him.

Reg overhears this.

Just as the recital is about to start, the director of the home is amazed at the energy displayed by the guests of the home.

The idea of rehearsing and playing before an audience brings life back to them, leading her to the conclusion that old age and art go together.


SOURCE: “Quartet (2012 film)”
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

I see… So, you viewed the above movie on May 14, didn’t you?

Yes, I did… and I jotted down the above comment.

Kato, you wrote down, “The film lacks a real drama with turns and twists. The story appears predictable and lack-lustre.”

Yes, I did… Is there anything wrong with my impression?

Well…, I see some romance among the residents… Don’t you think that’s good enough for the elder folks?

I don’t think so… I wanna see more excitement and surprise in the movie.

Like what?

You know… The above movie was directed by Dustin Hoffman, who got an inspiration viewing the following documentary:

 


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My Comment

 

Directed by Daniel Schmid in 1984, this 87-minute Italian documentary depicts the lives at the Casa di Riposo per Musicisti of Milan, the world’s first nursing home for retired opera singers, founded by composer Giuseppe Verdi in 1896.

 


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Dustin Hoffman cited this film as a direct inspiration for his 2012 film “Quartet”.

If you’re a music lover in general and an opera fan in particular, this is a must-see.

So, Kato, you’re saying that the documentary appears much better than Hoffman’s movie, huh?

Yes, that’s quite right… You see, all the people in the documentary are real people, I mean, the retired opera singers and musicians who sing arias and play the music marvellously—even after their retirement… I was thrilled and fascinated—this excitement and fascination, which I couldn’t get from the Hoffman movie, seems like a rare godsend.

Kato, you’re exaggerating!

Oh, am I?

So, you’ve just brought up the above title—just to tell me about your excitement and fascination, huh?

Well…, there’s more to it.

What else are you talking about?

The Casa di Riposo per Musicisti of Milan is the world’s first nursing home for retired opera singers, founded by composer Giuseppe Verdi in 1896… Diane, do you know him?

I have never met him, but I know that he composed the world famous opera 《Aida》…


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Set in the Old Kingdom of Egypt, it was commissioned by Cairo’s Khedivial Opera House and had its première there on 24 December 1871, in a performance conducted by Giovanni Bottesini.

Today the work holds a central place in the operatic canon, receiving performances every year around the world.

At New York’s Metropolitan Opera alone, Aida has been sung more than 1,100 times since 1886.

Ghislanzoni’s scheme follows a scenario often attributed to the French Egyptologist Auguste Mariette, but Verdi biographer Mary Jane Phillips-Matz argues that the source is actually Temistocle Solera.

 

Setting

The libretto does not specify a precise time period, so it is difficult to place the opera more specifically than the Old Kingdom.

For the first production, Mariette went to great efforts to make the sets and costumes authentic.

Given the consistent artistic styles throughout the 3000-year history of ancient Egypt, a given production does not particularly need to choose a specific time period within the larger frame of ancient Egyptian history.

 

Backstory

The Egyptians have captured and enslaved Aida, an Ethiopian princess.

An Egyptian military commander, Radamès, struggles to choose between his love for her and his loyalty to the King of Egypt.

To complicate the story further, the King’s daughter Amneris is in love with Radamès, although he does not return her feelings.


SOURCE: “Aida”
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

So, Diane, you love his opera, eh?

Yes, I do.

Do you know, Diane, Giuseppe Verdi was an intensely private person?

Oh…, in what way?

Giuseppe Verdi

 


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10 October 1813 – 27 January 1901

 

He was born near Busseto to a provincial family of moderate means, and developed a musical education with the help of a local patron.
Verdi came to dominate the Italian opera scene after the era of Vincenzo Bellini, Gaetano Donizetti, and Gioachino Rossini, whose works significantly influenced him.

By his 30s, he had become one of the pre-eminent opera composers in history.

In his early operas, Verdi demonstrated a sympathy with the Risorgimento movement which sought the unification of Italy.
He also participated briefly as an elected politician.

 

Personality

Not all of Verdi’s personal qualities were amiable.

John Rosselli concluded after writing his biography that “I do not very much like the man Verdi, in particular the autocratic rentier-cum-estate owner, part-time composer, and seemingly full-time grumbler and reactionary critic of the later years”, yet admits that like other writers, he must “admire him, warts and all…a deep integrity runs beneath his life, and can be felt even when he is being unreasonable or wrong.

Budden suggests that “With Verdi…the man and the artist on many ways developed side by side.” Ungainly and awkward in society in his early years,
“as he became a man of property and underwent the civilizing influence of Giuseppina,…[he] acquired assurance and authority.”

He also learnt to keep himself to himself, never discussing his private life and maintaining when it suited his convenience legends about his supposed ‘peasant’ origins, his materialism and his indifference to criticism.

Mendelsohn describes the composer as “an intensely private man who deeply resented efforts to inquire into his personal affairs.

He regarded journalists and would-be biographers, as well as his neighbors in Busseto and the operatic public at large, as an intrusive lot, against whose prying attentions he needed constantly to defend himself.”

Verdi was similarly never explicit about his religious beliefs.
Anti-clerical by nature in his early years, he nonetheless built a chapel at Sant’Agata, but is rarely recorded as going to church.

Strepponi wrote in 1871 “I won’t say [Verdi] is an atheist, but he is not much of a believer.”

 

Verdi today

The music of Verdi can still evoke a range of cultural and political resonances.

Excerpts from the Requiem were featured at the funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales in 1997.

 


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SOURCE: “Giuseppe Verdi”
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

I see… Not all of Verdi’s personal qualities were amiable. Verdi is NOT an atheist, but he is not much of a believer… Yet he founded the world’s first nursing home for retired opera singers… Why is that?

Well…, it says that a deep integrity runs beneath his life, and can be felt even when he is being unreasonable or wrong. His generosity and benevolence has something to do with his deep integrity, I suppose.

I see… So his deep integrity made him found the world’s first nursing home for retired opera singers, huh?

Yes, it did, I suppose.


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【Himiko’s Monologue】


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Do you think that Giuseppe Verdi was actually a generous pesron with goodwill?

What? You don’t really care about it, do you?

“Tell me another interesting story!”

If you say so, I’ll show you the following clip:

Here’s a clip for a certain woman to use for making love.

 


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How do you like the above music?

Are you tired of sexy music?

Well… here’s a mood-changing tune just for you.

Gess what?… You can now laught to the last tears.

 


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  Mr. Mathane

 

In any road, I expect Kato will write another interesting article soon.

So please come back to see me.

Have a nice day!

Bye bye …


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If you’ve got some time,

Please read one of the following artciles:


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“JAGEL”

“JAGEL Again”

“Say NO!”

Happy Gal in Canada

Roof of Vancouver

Aftershock

Whiplash

Sex Appeal

Better Off Without Senate

Fire Festival

Sweets@Paris

Scary Quake

MH370 Mystery

Putin’s Way

Trump @ Vancouver

Otter & Trump


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Changeling

Fiddler on the Roof

Flesh and Bone

Maiden’s Prayer

Romeo & Juliet

Trump @ Joke

Halloween in Shibuya

Trump Shock

Happy New Year!


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Life or Death

Way to Millionaire

Adele Hugo

Middle Sexes

Romance@Madison

Hacksaw Ridge

Eight the Dog

Halloween@Shibuya

Chef Babette


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Ramen Boom

from Korea

Omakase@Sushi

Crocodile Meat

Killer Floods

Climate of Doubt

Glory of Death

Big Mystery

Hitler and Trump

Hot October

2018 BC Ballot

Bach Collegium Japan

Dolly the Sheep

Golden Shower

Cleopatra

Strange Love


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Hi, I’m June Adams.

Kato is a real movie lover, who tries to watch 1001 movies.

As a matter of fact, he has already accomplished his goal.


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『Actual List』


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Kato watched “The Arabian Nights” or “One Thousand and One Nights” as his 1001th movie.

You might just as well want to view it.


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The stories in “the Arabian Nights” were collected over many centuries by various authors, translators, and scholars across West, Central, and South Asia and North Africa.

The tales themselves trace their roots back to ancient and medieval Arabic, Persian, Indian, Egyptian and Mesopotamian folklore and literature.

In particular, many tales were originally folk stories from the Caliphate era, while others, especially the frame story, are most probably drawn from the Pahlavi Persian work Hazār Afsān which in turn relied partly on Indian elements.

What is common throughout all the editions of the Nights is the initial frame story of the ruler Shahryār and his wife Scheherazade and the framing device incorporated throughout the tales themselves.

The stories proceed from this original tale.

Some are framed within other tales, while others begin and end of their own accord.

Some editions contain only a few hundred nights, while others include 1,001 or more.


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ところで、愛とロマンに満ちた

レンゲさんのお話をまとめて

『レンゲ物語』を作りました。

もし、レンゲさんの記事をまとめて読みたいならば、

次のリンクをクリックしてくださいね。

『愛とロマンのレンゲ物語』


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『軽井沢タリアセン夫人 – 小百合物語』

とにかく、今日も一日楽しく愉快に

ネットサーフィンしましょうね。

じゃあね。


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Strange Love

 

Strange Love

 


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Kato, how come you bring up Strange Love?


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Well…, I happened to view the following movie the other day.

 


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Directed and co-written by François Ozon in 2016 loosely based on the 1932 Ernst Lubitsch film “Broken Lullaby”, this French drama depicts a young German woman whose fiancé has been killed in World War I and the remorse of the French soldier who attacked him on the spur of the moment.

Édouard Manet’s painting “Le Suicidé” appears several times in the story as it eventually makes the protagonist want to live.

 


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Superb are the performances of Paula Beer and Pierre Niney, both of whom lie for the sake of the good.

It turns out a profoundly thought-provoking and touching movie.

I feel heartwarming and heart-wrenching at the same time.

 


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Frantz

 

PLOT

 

In Quedlinburg, Germany, in 1919, Anna, a German woman grieving over the death of her fiancé, Frantz Hoffmeister, in World War I, leaves flowers at his grave.

She sees Adrien, a Frenchman, also leave flowers at his grave.

 


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Adrien goes to the home of Frantz’s parents, Dr. Hans and Magda Hoffmeister, and tries to speak to Hans, but when Hans hears that Adrien is French, he tells Adrien that a Frenchman killed his son and, calling the French murderers, drives Adrien away.
Adrien tells Hans, “You are right. I am a murderer”.

Anna meets Adrien and invites him to the Hoffmeister home.
After she tells the Hoffmeisters that Adrien was leaving flowers at Frantz’s grave, they relent.

Around the dinner table, upon questioning, Adrien says that he and Frantz were students together in Paris.
He describes their last day together, when they visited the Louvre.

In the flashbacks, there is a strong suggestion that the two were lovers.

 


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Anna shows Adrien the places she and Frantz used to go together, and the mountaintop where he asked her to marry him.
Adrien lifts Anna out of their despair.

The Hoffmeisters ask Adrien, who was a first violinist in Paris before the war, to play Frantz’s violin for them, as Frantz used to do.
Adrien asks Anna to go to the ball with him and she accepts.

Finally, at Frantz’s grave, Adrien confesses to Anna that he lied about being Frantz’s friend in Paris before the war.
Actually, they met as enemy soldiers on the battlefield, face to face in a trench.

Adrien goes back to Paris.

Magda Hoffmeister, who had encouraged a romance between Anna and Adrien, encourages her to go to Paris to find him.
Anna eventually tracks down Adrien at his mother’s estate.

She also discovers that Adrien is about to enter an arranged marriage with a childhood friend, Fanny.
Anna realises that the romance she had imagined developing between her and Adrien had all been in her head; all he had wanted from her was forgiveness.

She kisses Adrien goodbye at the railway station and leaves.
She continues writing to the Hoffmeisters as if she and Adrien are now together.


SOURCE: “Frantz (film)”
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

I see… So, you viewed the above movie on March 29, didn’t you?

Yes, I did… and I jotted down the above comment.

The film showed you a complicated love story, huh?

Yes, it did.

How complicated?

Well… it’s hard to tell… Anyway, it turned out a profoundly thought-provoking and touching movie.

Kato, tell me how thought-provoking and touching it is.

Do you wanna watch this movie?

Yes, I do… That’s why I’m all ears.

If I tell you about it, your curiosity will be erased and you might not feel watching it any more.

Do you really think so?

Yes, I do.

Then how come you brink up this movie in the first place?

Well… this is not the only film I wanna talk about with you.

Oh…? What else did you watch?

I also watched the following movie:


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Mar 15, 2019  akirakato

Written and directed by Dalton Trumbo in 1971 based on his novel of the same name, this American ant-war drama depicts the life of a WWI-soldier who lost arms, legs, eyes, ears and a mouth.

It turns out to be an extraordinarily touching and profoundly heart-wrenching story.

 


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Johnny Got His Gun

 

PLOT

 

Joe Bonham, a young American soldier hit by an artillery shell during World War I, lies in a hospital bed.

He is a quadruple amputee who has also lost his eyes, ears, mouth and nose.

He remains conscious and able to reason, but his wounds render him a prisoner in his own body.

As he drifts between reality and fantasy, he remembers his old life with his family and girlfriend.

 


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He also forms a bond, of sorts, with a young nurse who senses his plight.

Eventually, Joe tries to communicate to his doctors, via Morse code by tapping his head, saying “help.”

He wishes for the US Army to put him in a glass coffin in a freak show as a demonstration of the horrors of war.

When told that his wish may be impossible to grant, he responds begging to be euthanized, repeatedly saying “kill me.”

He ultimately realizes that the Army can grant neither wish, and will leave him in a state of living death.

His sympathetic nurse attempts to euthanize him by clamping his breathing tube, but her supervisor stops her before Joe can succumb.

You might wonder what will happen to Joe in the end.

See the movie…


SOURCE: “Johnny Got His Gun (film)”
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

I see… So, Kato, you love to watch war-time movies, don’t you?

Yes, I do.

How come?

Well…, first of all, I don’t like wars.

I think nobody likes wars, but you like war-time movies… Why?

… ‘Cause my anti-war feeling will be doubled everytime I watch war-time movies.

I see… So you detest wars in the first place.

You’re telling me, Diane.

When I read your comment, I get an uneasy feeling about the movie.

Why is that?

… because you jotted down that the drama depicts the life of a WWI-soldier who lost arms, legs, eyes, ears and a mouth… It seems to me that the above movie looks ill-contrived.

What makes you think so?

If you lost so many body parts, you wouldn’t be alive in the first place.

I see… You sounds reasonable since one of the commentators wrote like this:

Mar 09, 2019 ManMachine

 

Released back in 1971 – Dalton Trumbo’s WW1 drama “Johnny Got His Gun” was (IMO) pretty terrible entertainment (for the most part).

As the story goes – Due to an explosion – Infantryman, Joe Bonham is left a quadruple amputee who not only cannot speak, but he also has no eyes, no ears, or nose, either.

To communicate to the doctors in the hospital (where he is being kept alive) – Joe uses his head to tap out his messages in Morse Code.

Well – Let me tell ya – Had this sort of premise for a story not been so downright ridiculous – Then – It would’ve been absolutely laughable to watch as Joe’s head bobbed back and forth in desperate attempts at communication.

 


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Anyway – It sure didn’t help matters much that the Joe character was portrayed by that despicable Hollywood actor, Timothy Bottoms (whose career was thankfully a short one).

Some people might think as described in the above.

Actually, I viewed this movie more than 10 years ago for the first time… At that time, the boooklet said that this movie was based on a true story and that the film had been forbidden to show for several years… So I knew that the person like Joe had once lived under such circumstances as another commentator wrote down like this:

Mar 09, 2019 KateCrimson

 

@ManMachine says “Had this sort of premise for a story not been so downright ridiculous…”

Sad to say, Johnny Got His Gun was based on a true story.

 


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Trumbo was inspired to write his antiwar book during the 1930s after learning about two severely injured WWI veterans:

a British major who had been so mutilated that the army reported him as missing in action to his family,

and a Canadian soldier left dismembered, blinded, deafened, and tube-fed by the conflict.

As Trumbo described the latter’s story:

In the mid-thirties, the Prince of Wales visited a military hospital in Canada.

At the end of a hallway, there was a door marked “No Admittance.”

“What’s in there?” he asked.

“We’d rather you not go in there,” they told him.

But the Prince of Wales insisted, and when he came out of the room, he was weeping. “The only way I could salute, the only way I could communicate with that man,” he said, “was to kiss his cheek.”


from The Cinema of Isolation: A History of Physical Disability in the Movies, by Martin F. Norden, Rutgers University Press, September 1, 1994.”

Maybe not such a “ridiculous premise” after all.

I see… So, Kato, after you watched the above movie, your anti-war feeling has been doubled, huh?

Yes, that’s right… You’re telling me, Diane.

So tell me, Kato, about the strange love in the above movie.

Well…, His sympathetic nurse attempts to euthanize him by clamping his breathing tube… I think this is a strange form of love… Compassionate love, I’d say… Don’t you think so, Diane?

I’m not too sure…


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【Himiko’s Monologue】


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Do you think that the yound nurse tried to kill joe for an act of love?

What? You don’t really care about it, do you?

“Tell me another interesting story!”

If you say so, I’ll show you the following clip:

Here’s a clip for a certain woman to use for making love.

 


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How do you like the above music?

Are you tired of sexy music?

Well… here’s a mood-changing tune just for you.

Gess what?… You can now laught to the last tears.

 


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  Mr. Mathane

 

In any road, I expect Kato will write another interesting article soon.

So please come back to see me.

Have a nice day!

Bye bye …


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If you’ve got some time,

Please read one of the following artciles:


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“JAGEL”

“JAGEL Again”

“Say NO!”

Happy Gal in Canada

Roof of Vancouver

Aftershock

Whiplash

Sex Appeal

Better Off Without Senate

Fire Festival

Sweets@Paris

Scary Quake

MH370 Mystery

Putin’s Way

Trump @ Vancouver

Otter & Trump


(juneswim.jpg)

Changeling

Fiddler on the Roof

Flesh and Bone

Maiden’s Prayer

Romeo & Juliet

Trump @ Joke

Halloween in Shibuya

Trump Shock

Happy New Year!


(biker302.jpg)

Life or Death

Way to Millionaire

Adele Hugo

Middle Sexes

Romance@Madison

Hacksaw Ridge

Eight the Dog

Halloween@Shibuya

Chef Babette


(dianesun.jpg)

Ramen Boom

from Korea

Omakase@Sushi

Crocodile Meat

Killer Floods

Climate of Doubt

Glory of Death

Big Mystery

Hitler and Trump

Hot October

2018 BC Ballot

Bach Collegium Japan

Dolly the Sheep

Golden Shower

Cleopatra


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(bare02b.gif)

Hi, I’m June Adams.

Kato is a real movie lover, who tries to watch 1001 movies.

As a matter of fact, he has already accomplished his goal.


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『Actual List』


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Kato watched “The Arabian Nights” or “One Thousand and One Nights” as his 1001th movie.

You might just as well want to view it.


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The stories in “the Arabian Nights” were collected over many centuries by various authors, translators, and scholars across West, Central, and South Asia and North Africa.

The tales themselves trace their roots back to ancient and medieval Arabic, Persian, Indian, Egyptian and Mesopotamian folklore and literature.

In particular, many tales were originally folk stories from the Caliphate era, while others, especially the frame story, are most probably drawn from the Pahlavi Persian work Hazār Afsān which in turn relied partly on Indian elements.

What is common throughout all the editions of the Nights is the initial frame story of the ruler Shahryār and his wife Scheherazade and the framing device incorporated throughout the tales themselves.

The stories proceed from this original tale.

Some are framed within other tales, while others begin and end of their own accord.

Some editions contain only a few hundred nights, while others include 1,001 or more.


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ところで、愛とロマンに満ちた

レンゲさんのお話をまとめて

『レンゲ物語』を作りました。

もし、レンゲさんの記事をまとめて読みたいならば、

次のリンクをクリックしてくださいね。

『愛とロマンのレンゲ物語』


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『軽井沢タリアセン夫人 – 小百合物語』

とにかく、今日も一日楽しく愉快に

ネットサーフィンしましょうね。

じゃあね。


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悪ガキ 現実主義者

 

悪ガキ 現実主義者

 


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デンマンさん、オイラのために“悪ガキ”アバターを作って、この記事のトップに貼り付けてくれたのですねぇ~。。。


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そうだよ。。。 オマエがスキップして喜びと思ったのだよ。。。

じゃあ、この際 スキップして喜びたいと思います。。。

 


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わァ~~ うれしいなあああァ~。。。

やはり、仏のデンマンさんは

すばらしいです。。。

結婚できないで引きこもって

ふさぎ込んでいるオイラのために

オイラの専用アバターを

作ってくれたのです!

 

もうこうなったら、恥も外聞もなく

天にも舞い上がる気持ちで

スキップしたいと思います。


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わァ~~ うれしいなあああァ~。。。

ルンルンルン ランランラ~♪~ン

もう一つおまけに

ルンルンルン ランランラ~♪~ン

ああァ~、うれしいなあああァ~。。。

 

オイ!。。。、オイ!。。。、 もうその辺で止めておけよ!

引きこもり 現実主義者 偏差値 ネットの嫌われ者 イジメ 自殺

もう少しスキップして喜びたいのですけれど。。。

これ以上オマエがスキップして喜ぶと、ここまで読んできたネット市民の皆様がバカバカしくなって他のブログへ飛んでしまうから、もう止めろよなァ~。。。

分かりました。。。デンマンさんが そう言うのであれば、心残りではありますが、スキップして喜ぶのは控えようと思います。。。 で、今日は ちれいな女性は紹介してくれないのですか?

やっぱり、きれいで可愛い女の子を紹介して欲しいわけぇ~?

もちろんです。。。

だったら、次のリストを見て欲しい。。。

 


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『拡大する』

『ジョッブズさんと現実主義者』

これはライブドアの僕の「徒然ブログ」の日本時間で 3月26日の午後3時30分から午後5時54分までの2時間半の生ログなのだよ。。。 赤枠で囲んだ所に注目して欲しい。。。

引きこもり 現実主義者 偏差値 ネットの嫌われ者 イジメ 自殺

あれっ。。。 『ジョッブズさんと現実主義者』を読んだネット市民がいたのですねぇ~。。。? もしかして。。。、もしかして。。。、上の写真のちれいで可愛い女の子が読んだのですか?

その通りだよ! 実は、名古屋市に住んでいる 小柳留美奈 (こやなぎ るみな)さんが読んだのだよ。。。

いつものようにIPアドレスを調べて小柳留美奈さんが読んだことを突き止めたのですかァ~?

そういうことだよ。。。

 


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引きこもり 現実主義者 偏差値 ネットの嫌われ者 イジメ 自殺

わああああァ~。。。 うれしいなあああァ~。。。 この際、ついでだから、またスキップして喜んでもいいですか?

駄目だよ! 馬鹿をやるのもいい加減にしろよ! オマエが喜ぶ理由は何もないのだよ!

どうしてですか?

ちょっと次のリストも見て欲しい。。。

 


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『拡大する』

『現実主義者 馬鹿の見本』

引きこもり 現実主義者 偏差値 ネットの嫌われ者 イジメ 自殺

あれっ。。。 上のリストに出ている女性は 小柳留美奈 (こやなぎ るみな)さんではありませんかア!

その通りだよ! 小柳留美奈さんは次のように言ってるのだよ!


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「現実主義者」と名乗る

この愚かな男は“馬鹿の見本”

であることをネットで

荒らし回りながら

自分で晒しているのよ!

アクタレをたれて

嫌がらせのコメントを

書き込んで、まるで

反抗期の中学生の悪ガキ

そのものです!

40歳をとっくに過ぎて

いるのに結婚できない

のはそのためです!

可哀相ですけれど

笑えます!

 

引きこもり 現実主義者 偏差値 ネットの嫌われ者 イジメ 自殺

つまり。。。、つまり。。。、オイラは小柳留美奈 (こやなぎ るみな)さんと結婚できないと言うことでしょうか?

あのさァ~、現在のオマエの状態では、盛りのついたメス犬とは結婚できるかもしれないけれど、人間の女性と結婚するのは不可能だよ!

どうしてですか? オイラは人間としてそれほどの欠陥があるのでしょうか?

あるのだよ!

その証拠でもあるのですか?

あるのだよ。。。 オマエがいくつかのブログに書き込んだ次のコメントを読んでごらんよ!

1 現実主義者よ!

下らないコメントを書く暇があったら、

自分のブログを立ち上げろ!

 

オマエは、伊藤先生のブログで「生きる価値のないウンコのようなクズの廃人」だと 自分で認めたのだよ!

そういう事を書くのは、マジで“馬鹿の見本”だよ!

どこの世界に自分を「生きる価値のないウンコのようなクズの廃人」だと認める馬鹿がいるか? いないのだよ!
オマエだけだよ!
だから、オマエは“馬鹿の見本”なのだよ! (笑)

そこまで自分を馬鹿だと認めたら、普通の人間は 劣等感にさいなまれてコメントなど書けないのだよ!

でも、オマエは“馬鹿の見本”で、「ネット中毒・依存症」だから、
ついつい教養と常識のない悪口のコメント、嫌がらせのコメントを書いてしまうのだよ!

いい年して、いつまでも馬鹿やってないで、自分のブログを立ち上げて
そこで、好きなだけ自分の思うことを書けばいいのだよ!

そうすれば、ネット市民の皆様も 蛇蝎(だかつ)のように嫌われているオマエが 書いた下らないコメントを見ずに平和で平穏なネットサーフィンを楽しむことができるのだよ!

お願いだから、オマエのブログを立ち上げて、そこで好きなようにやってくれ!

オマエが僕のブログに、教養のない、常識のない、下らないコメントを書いたから、
こうして、オマエは日本語が解かる世界の134ヵ国のネット市民の間で悪名高くなってしまったのだよ!

 


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『現実主義者のコメント』

 

自業自得とは、こういうことを言うのだよ!
でも、オマエには理解できないだろうけれど。。。
きゃははははははは。。。


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barclay2019-03-17 13:18:04


2 現実主義者よ!

伊藤先生に迷惑をかけながら、困らせるな!

いい加減で、自分のブログを立ち上げろ!

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21 Re:Re:Re:今更黒い百連敗と

つるむ意味はない

 

>huyunohi1684さん

すいません。

 


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伊藤さんの心配が的中してさの小蛆がゾンビとして復活し、

黒い7連敗がわざと泣き付いてるからには、

攻撃してやらんと仕方が無いんです。

 

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つるむ意味はない

 

>現実主義者さん

相手のコメント欄に意味が取り辛い短文を書くのではなくて、
自分のブログを立ち上げて、そこで批判記事を書いた方が良いと思います。

自分のブログを立ち上げて、そこで元校長の祖父のこととか、
大津のいじめ事件との関係とかを整理して述べられた方が良いと思います、

現状では貴方が大津のいじめ事件とどのような関係が現実世界であって、
何を根拠に被害者が地域から迫害されていると主張しておられるか不明であり、
述べておられることに説得力がないからです。

 

huyunohi1684 2019-03-17 15:03:26


『伊藤先生のブログ』より

個人攻撃はイジメや悪口や誹謗・中傷と同じだぞ!

だから、伊藤先生も優しくオマエを諭(さと)しているのだよ!

オマエは“馬鹿の見本”だから、同じ事を何度も何度も言われているのに、

相変わらず、いい年をしているのに、中学時代の反抗期のままなんだよ! ボケっ!

少しは、年相応に成長しろ! アホッ!

 

barclay 2019-03-18 12:37:03


3 現実主義者よ!

オマエが伊藤先生のブログに

“駆け込み寺”するから、

こういうことになるのだよ!(笑)

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1 無題

 

それ、黒い7連敗だけでなく、ネトウヨ全員に言ってやったらいいんです。

それにネトウヨのブログのコメント欄に書きなぐるのも、

俺が自分の意思でやってることなのに、クズネトウヨどもは

「伊藤さんがけしかけた」みたいなこと言って伊藤さんに因縁つけやがるし…。

 

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>現実主義者さん

私のブログにやってこられる前からなさっておられるのですから、
当然ながらご自身の意志ですよね、

私がけしかけたなんて
とんでもない言いがかりです。

大津のいじめ事件に関しては私は詳しい地元の事情は一切存じません、

それなりの証拠を持って被害者とその家族が地元から
叩かれているとするご主張に関しても、一度ご自身の責任で
証拠になる者を開示されるとよろしいかと思います。

 

huyunohi1684 2019-03-19 21:59:43


『伊藤先生のブログ』より

オマエは、ネットで「荒らし」、「悪口」、「誹謗・中傷」をこれまで
10年以上もやり続けてきている!

だから、YAHOO!の管理人にまで警告や注意を受けてきたのだよ!

“馬鹿の見本”のオマエは、50歳になろうというのに、
まるで中学時代の反抗期のままで
相変わらず“悪ガキ”の書くコメントしか書けないのだよ!

年相応に、大人になれ! ボケっ!
オマエはネットで、迷惑をかけ、嫌われているだけなんだよ!
反省して、努力して、まともな人間になれ! アホッ!

 

barclay 2019-03-20 12:16:34


4 現実主義者よ!

オマエは、「荒らし」、「悪口」、

「誹謗・中傷」専門なのだよ!

 

伊藤先生の言う事を良く聞け! ボケっ!

オマエは、伊藤先生も含めて、ほとんどすべてのブロガーから批判され、
非難され、「ネットの問題児」と見なされているのだよ!

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>huyunohi1684さん

このアメブロは伊藤さんやその同志の皆さん以外は

黒い7連敗みたいなクソドネトウヨの寄り集まりなんですから、

伊藤さんと対話している時と違って悪口以外は言えませんし、

言葉づかいが変わるのも当然です。

 

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>現実主義者さん

以前から自分のブログをもってそこに意見を書いた方が良いと言っていますが、
どうしてそれをなさらないのでしょう。

今のやり方は無責任すぎると思います。

ブログを作っていなくても、IP番号は相手に行っていますから、
貴方が書き込んでいる相手が本気になれば、弁護士を通してアメーバに
本人確認をして民事訴訟を起こすこともできますよ、

私はそれを心配しているのですが、訴訟になったときの対応は用意していますか。

ブログがないから訴訟にはならないということではありませんよ。

 

huyunohi1684 2019-03-20 15:35:24


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いい年して、いつまでも“馬鹿の見本”をやってる場合じゃねぇ~だろう!?

年相応に、成長しろ! ボケっ!

「荒らし」、「悪口」、「誹謗・中傷」を止めろ! アホッ!

 

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5 Re:現実主義者よ! オマエは、

「荒らし」、「悪口」、

「誹謗・中傷」専門なのだよ!

 

>barclayさん

ご無沙汰してます。

なんか先生現実主義者への対応が少し変わりましたねw
統一地方選挙の為かな?w

yahooブログが終了の為 現実主義者の嫌いな豆造が
アメブロに移って来るかもとニッキースモークなる人物が書いたら
そこに反応して現実主義者は凄い書き込みしてますよw

それにしても現実主義者はココに現れませんな~w

 

現実主義者は嘘吐き野郎 2019-03-21 20:38:00


6 Re:Re:現実主義者よ!

オマエは、「荒らし」、「悪口」、

「誹謗・中傷」専門なのだよ!

 

>現実主義者は嘘吐き野郎さん

現実主義者の“馬鹿の見本”は、自分に都合が悪くなると姿を消してしまうようです。(笑)

でも、あの馬鹿は、相変わらず、いい年をして 中学生の悪ガキのように
「悪口を書きなぐっています」と、自慢しているのだから呆れます。

これだけ あの馬鹿の記事を書いているのに、あの馬鹿は、全く“馬耳東風”です!(爆笑)

そういうわけで、記事を書いていても馬鹿バカしくなりますが、
あのバカのことをネットで広めることは
「反面教師」の見本として、意味のあることだと思います。

ああいう馬鹿がネットに出現すると、マジで ネットの品格が落ちますから。。。

あのバカは 人の嫌がることしか書けません!

 


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ああいう愚かな 「とっちゃん坊や」が 今後 出現しないことを

祈りながら、あのバカの記事を これからも書いて

ネットで広めようと思います! (笑)

 


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barclay 2019-03-22 11:51:15


7 現実主義者よ!

オマエ、マジで精神を病んでいるぞ!

 

「悪口を書きなぐってやってます」と自慢して スキップして喜んで どうすんだよう!?

オマエ、やっぱり GOOGLEで検索して、オマエの家の一番近い精神科のお医者さんに診てもらえ!

ますます、オマエ自身が認めている「クズの廃人」になりつつあるぞ!

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25 Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:無題

 

>huyunohi1684さん

ですから俺が悪口を書きなぐってやってます、

ニッキースモークのゴミクズブログに。

 

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26 Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:無題

 

>現実主義者さん

ニッキースモークなる人は前にも言ったように、
一度さのこうじのブログに書き込んでいるのを見ただけで全然知らないのですが。

ある人と同一人物だとその時は思いましたが、そのある人とは話がつきました、
今でもニッキースモークなる人がなにかをやっているとしたら別人だったのでしょう。

ですからそのニッキースモークなる人は私とは全く関係の無い人です、

現実さんが他で書くことまでは止められませんが、
私の意志とは関係の無い話であることは明確にしておきたいと思います。

 

huyunohi1684 2019-03-11 05:57:16


『伊藤先生のブログ』より

だから、伊藤先生も オマエとは関係ない!と宣言しているのだよ!

オマエと付き合っていたら、選挙に出馬しても、
また 落選確実になるのだよ!

伊藤先生のブログに“駆け込み寺”したくせに、
寺ごと、オマエは伊藤先生の人生まで破壊つもりなのかああああ!?

それは、人間としてやってはいけないことだろう! (微笑)

 

barclay2019-03-22 12:03:09


8 現実主義者よ!

オマエ、マジで救いようのない

“馬鹿の見本”だねぇ~! (爆笑!)

 

わざわざ 方々のブログに出かけて、自分が“馬鹿の見本”であることを自分で晒す馬鹿が どこにいる!?

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ハイ! 「現実主義者」と名乗るオイラは、

「クズの廃人」であることを

ネットで広めたいのです!

きゃははははは。。。

 

オマエは、マジで救いようのない「愚かなとっちゃん坊や」だよ!

 


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88 無題

 

エリートである加害者一家に噛み付き続けるってことは、

貴様らなんか一般社会じゃ四方八方から図星まみれで

泣きじゃくってるだけな証拠だ、このダニッキーゲスモークが!!

 

現実主義者 2019-03-18 21:11:59


89 無題

 

豆造なんか呼べば、常にどこかであの人の目が光ってるから、

一発で「人類のウンコみたいな愚物」「ネトウヨ論法の塊」確定だわな。

 

現実主義者 2019-03-18 21:15:33


90 無題

 

Yahoo!ブログにだって何人もいるんだからよ、

「被害者こそ学校や学区の嫌われモンの爪弾きモンのゴミクズだ」

ってことを解ってるブロガーぐれぇな。

 

現実主義者 2019-03-18 21:37:28


『ニッキースモーク』ブログより

オマエが「悪口を書きなぐっている」と言うよりも
偏差著30台のクソ大学しか出られなかった、
教養と常識のない愚か者のオマエが“馬鹿の見本”であることを
証明しているような書きぶりなんだよ!

ここまでやると、もう精神を病んでいるとしか考えられないのだよ!

やっぱり、精神科のお医者さんに診てもらったほうがいいよ!!!

 

barclay 2019-03-22 12:23:48


9 現実主義者よ!

オマエ、ついに伊藤先生からも

三行半(みくだりはん)を

突きつけられたのだよ!(爆笑)

 

オマエは伊藤先生のブログに“駆け込み寺”したのはいいけれど、
わざわざ先生のブログに「荒らし」、「悪口」、「誹謗・中傷」したことを報告すれば
当然、ネット市民の皆様から、オマエの“親分”は伊藤先生だとみなされてしまうのだよ!

伊藤先生が選挙に打って出ることを考えれば、
オマエはマジで先生の足を引っ張ることになるのだよ!

オマエは“馬鹿の見本”だから、全くそのような状況を“現実視”できない!
「現実主義者」と名乗りながら、オマエは全く現実を素直に見ることができないのだよ!

先生にして見れば、オマエは全く迷惑な存在だとしか言いようがないだろう!
オマエのために、先生のブログの品格が最低レベルにまで落ちているのだよ!

先生が何度も薦めるように、オマエは自分のブログを立ち上げるべきなんだよ!

これ以上、ネット市民に迷惑をかけるなア!

引きこもり 現実主義者 偏差値 ネットの嫌われ者 イジメ 自殺

1 無題

 

ゴミチコやさの小蛆に賛同するのは、サトウのタワケや黒い7連敗、

ダニッキーゲスモークやウンコ波蔵真理みたいなクズネトウヨ仲間ばっかなんですから。

 

現実主義者 2019-03-23 20:49:19



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2 Re:無題

 

>現実主義者さん

そういうことは自分のブログを開設してそこに書いてください。
私がお願いしていることを貴方は考慮してくれません、

貴方が自身のブログを開設するまで、
貴方からのコメントの掲載は中止させてもらいます。

 

huyunohi1684 2019-03-23 22:09:59


『伊藤先生のブログ』より

barclay 2019-03-24 13:03:40


11 現実主義者よ!

伊藤先生に見放されたら、

ここで反省するのだよ! (笑)

 

オマエは、“馬鹿の見本”だから、普通の人間ならば、伊藤先生に
三行半(みくだりはん)をたたきつけらたら、反省して、少しはまともな人間になれるのだけれど、
オマエの場合は、本質的に馬鹿だから、ちっとも反省しないで、
さらに、荒れて 悪タレ、悪口を書きなぐっている!

まるで反抗期の中学生の悪ガキじゃないかア!

引きこもり 現実主義者 偏差値 ネットの嫌われ者 イジメ 自殺

115 無題

 

貴様らなんかとっくに死んでんだろ、

このダニッキーゲスモークが、ボケッ!!

 

現実主義者 2019-03-25 09:44:34



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116 Re:無題

 

>現実主義者さん

そのコメントが精一杯?(笑)

強がっても君は終わりだよ
泣き付いてた伊藤さんに見捨てられたのだからね
その証拠に昨日はコメントして来なかったよね ショックだったの?(笑)

早くブログ開設したら?(笑)
ごめん 身バレ怖いし君自身が嘘言ってるの自覚してるから
ブログ開設出来ないんだよな?(笑)

図星だろ?(笑)

 

ニッキースモーク 2019-03-25 12:01:19


『ニッキースモーク』ブログより

オマエが、自分のブログを立ち上げて、そこで悪タレ、悪口を書きなぐれば
すべては、丸く収まるのだよ!

そんな簡単なことが、なぜ、オマエにはできないのォ~!?

引きこもり 現実主義者 偏差値 ネットの嫌われ者 イジメ 自殺

 

ハイ、デンマンさん。。。

オイラは他のブログで悪タレ、悪口を書きなぐって、

生きていることを楽しんでいるのです!

きゃははははは。。。

だから、オマエは50歳になろうというのに、結婚もできないで、

「ネット中毒・依存症」になって、オツムがいかれてしまったのだよ!

今のオマエは、自分でも認める「クズの廃人」として最悪の状態だよ!

(モナリザの微笑)


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barclay 2019-03-25 12:41:33


12 現実主義者よ!

オマエが尊敬して慕っている

伊藤先生の言うことを素直に聞け!

 


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7 現実主義者さんへ

 

今日も又、

ブログのコメント欄をこてんぱんに荒らして泣かしてやるのみです。

などといったコメントを送ってきています。

荒らし行為を続けていると、
そのうち裁判沙汰になる、自分のブログを持って
そこで地味に整然としたかたちで意見を述べなさい、
と何度も言っているのですが、全く理解する気持ちがないようです。

今のようなかたちで荒らし行為を続けていて、
訴えられたらどうするのか、その対応を考えていますか。

現実主義者さんは私のところに平気で、「こてんぱんに荒らして泣かしてやる」と書いて来ますが、
裁判になったらそれが本人が意図して悪意で荒らしていた証拠になってしまうといったことも
考えていないようです。

軽率にもほどがあります。

 

huyunohi1684 2019-03-25 16:09:53


『伊藤先生のブログ』より

オマエの悪事が訴えられると、伊藤先生までも巻き込んでしまうのだよ!

伊藤先生のところに悪事を報告しているので、
裁判官は、伊藤先生が愚かな馬鹿の見本のオマエの親分だと信じてしまうのだよ! (笑)

伊藤先生のブログにまで“駆け込み寺”して泣きついておきながら
伊藤先生の寺ごと破壊して、先生の人生までもムチャクチャにするつもりなのか?

それは まともな人間として、してはならないことだぞ!

だから、先生は、オマエに三行半(みくだりはん)を叩き付けて破門にしたのだぞ!
それなのに愚かなオマエは、聞き分けも無く、相変わらず先生のブログにコメントを書き続けている!

オマエは、反省しない、努力しない、相変わらず、自分でも認める「クズの廃人」なのだよ!

 

barclay 2019-03-26 12:00:56


13 現実主義者よ!

次のようなコメントを書いたら

誰からも蛇蝎(だかつ)のごとく

嫌われるのだよ!

引きこもり 現実主義者 偏差値 ネットの嫌われ者 イジメ 自殺

121 無題

 

貴様らなんか一般社会じゃ様々な意味で

とっくに死んでんだからよ、この気違いが、ボケッ!!

 

現実主義者 2019-03-25 20:53:24


『ニッキースモーク』ブログより

これって「荒らし」、「悪口」、「アクタレ」だぞ!
まるで反抗期の中学生の悪ガキじゃないかあああァ!

オマエは、自分で自分のことを言ってるのが全く理解できてないのだよ!
オマエこそ、一般社会じゃ「社会不適応者」だよ!
もちろん、ネットでも「ネット不適応者」なのだよ!

そもそも、オマエがネットをやるには10年早い!
味噌汁で顔を洗って10年後に出直したらどうなの!? (微笑)

 

barclay2019-03-26 12:14:11


15 現実主義者よ!

オマエは、いつまで

“馬鹿の見本”

のままなのォ~!?(爆笑)

 

オマエは、伊藤先生に「三行半(みくだりはん)」を叩き付けられたので、
荒れまくって、自分で“馬鹿”を晒しているのだよ!

引きこもり 現実主義者 偏差値 ネットの嫌われ者 イジメ 自殺

126 無題

 

貴様らなんか一般社会じゃ様々な意味で
とっくに死んでんだからよ、この虫ケラが!!

だからそうやって大津の加害者一家のことを
鬱憤晴らしの道具にするんだろ、この気違いが!!

 

現実主義者 2019-03-27 01:54:31



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127 Re:無題

 

>現実主義者くん

お前、最初からおかしかったけど、

遂に超越した世紀のスーパーバカになったな(笑)

 

現実主義者を名乗るバカを追う男 2019-03-27 04:09:02



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128 Re:無題

 

>現実主義者ちゃん

現ちゃん、ニッキースモーク兄さんの話す事は
現ちゃんにはちょっと難しいよね(*^^*)

代わりに優しいピンポンパンのお兄さんが
解りやすくおちえましょう(^-^)v

先ずはお遊戯からね(*^^*)

お友達と仲良くするにはみんなと一緒に

お遊戯からやるんだよ(^-^)

 

 

幼稚園でやったでしょ?

その事を思い出してやるんでちゅよ(^^)

次の時間は現ちゃんにはちょっと難しいかも知れないけど
ピンポンパンのお兄さんが優しく教えましゅから心配しないで
大丈夫でちゅからね(^^)v

 

現実主義者と遊ぼうピンポンパン 2019-03-27 05:08:47



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129 お前の居場所はどこにも無い。

 

>現実主義者

で、そこらのブロガー諸氏を自分の不遇を晴らすために
八つ当たりで叩いてるお前がなんだって?

言いたいことがあるなら、

人様のブログで喚いてないで、

自分の城を持てや。

誰もお前の面倒見てやる義務も義理も無いのだ。

 

GSイェーガー 2019-03-27 05:30:42



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130 Re:無題

 

>現実主義者さん

君はいじめ被害者を鬱憤晴らしの道具にしてるだろが?
君に一般社会を語る資格は無い

君は同じコメントしか出来ないの?

君が俺の提案に答えずグズグズしてるから
伊藤さんに見捨てらてるし(笑)

まだやる?(笑)

君がコメントすればする程
伊藤さんは受け入れてくれなくなるよ(笑)

逃げるなよ(笑)

 

ニッキースモーク 2019-03-27 07:27:16


『ニッキースモーク』ブログより

現実主義者よ! いつまでも荒れていないで
自分のブログを立ち上げるのだよ!

そうすれば、ネットに平和と平穏な日々がおとずれるのだよ!
オマエも、少しはまともに成れるのだよ!

今のままで、荒れ続けると、オマエはますます馬鹿にされ
ますます自分でも認める「クズの廃人」になってゆくのだよ!(笑)

 

barclay2019-03-27 11:59:49


『ネット不適応者と由香さん (PART 1)』のコメント欄より
(2019年3月17日)

引きこもり 現実主義者 偏差値 ネットの嫌われ者 イジメ 自殺

やっぱり、オイラは結婚できない “悪ガキ” なのでしょうか?

まず、間違いないよ!。。。

でも。。。、でも。。。、オイラは小柳留美奈 (こやなぎ るみな)さんと結婚したいのです。。。

無理だねぇ~。。。 オマエは誰からも蛇蝎(だかつ)のごとく嫌われているのだよ! 留美奈さんもオマエを嫌っている! オマエが“駆け込み寺”した伊藤先生のブログでも、三行半(みくだりはん)を叩き付けられてオマエは破門されてしまったのだよ!

オイラはどうしたらよいのでしょうか?

ニーチェのおっさんが次のように言ったのだよ!

脱皮して生きてゆく


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脱皮しない蛇は破滅する。

人間もまったく同じだ。

古い考えの皮をいつまでもかぶっていれば、

やがて内側から腐っていき、

成長することなどできないどころか、

死んでしまう。


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常に新しく生きてゆくために、

わたしたちは考えを新陳代謝させていかなくてはならないのだ。

 

『曙光』 ニーチェ


043 『超訳 ニーチェの言葉』
訳者: 白取春彦
2010年3月20日 第11刷発行
発行所: 株式会社ディスカバー・トゥエンティワン

『脱皮しない蛇』に掲載。
(2014年1月20日)

引きこもり 現実主義者 偏差値 ネットの嫌われ者 イジメ 自殺

つまり、オイラが脱皮してない!…とデンマンさんは言うのですか?

当たり前だろう! “馬鹿の一つ覚え”で、悪口や、嫌がらせのコメントを書き廻っている! だから、オマエは誰からも嫌われてしまう!

やっぱり、悪口や、アクタレ、誹謗・中傷をすることはいけないのでしょか?

当たり前だろう! このままオマエが反省しないで、いやがらせのコメントを書き続けると、やがてオマエは家族からの経済的援助が断ち切られて次のような状態になるのだよ!

 


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引きこもり 現実主義者 偏差値 ネットの嫌われ者 イジメ 自殺

オイラは このように“ゆでガエル”のような哀れな状態になりたくありません!

だから、僕は、かれこれ足掛け3年にもわたって、オマエがこのような状態にならないようにと、口をすっぱくして反省するようにと助言をしてきたのだよ!

つまり。。。、つまり。。。、オイラが引きこもって、嫌がらせのコメントを書く暇があったら、まともなブログを立ち上げて、結婚できるような まともな人間になって欲しい。。。 そして女性に感動を与えるような記事を書いて欲しい。。。 デンマンさんは、そう思ってオイラを呼び出してくれたのですか?

その通りだよ。。。 オマエは、ちゃんと僕の心が読めるじゃないか! 嫌がらせのコメントを書くだけならまだしも、やがてオマエが“ゆでガエル”にならないようにと願って、僕は、こうしてオマエと付き合っているのだよ!。。。 だから、改心してまともなブログを立ち上げて欲しい!


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わァ~~ うれしいなあああァ~。。。

やはり、仏のデンマンさんは

すばらしいです。。。

嫌がさせのコメントを書きまわらないで、

オイラは自分のブログを

立ち上げようと思います。

 

デンマンさんは、やっぱり

オイラを馬鹿にしてません。

オイラのために、心からの助言を

してくれるのです。。。

 

もうこうなったら、恥も外聞もなく

天にも舞い上がる気持ちで

スキップしたいと思います。


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わァ~~ うれしいなあああァ~。。。

ルンルンルン ランランラ~♪~ン

もう一つおまけに

ルンルンルン ランランラ~♪~ン

ああァ~、うれしいなあああァ~。。。

 


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馬鹿ですよねぇ~。。。

自分で馬鹿を振りまいているのですよ!

この「現実主義者」は底抜けの

おめでたい愚か者です!

どうして これほどまでに人間は

馬鹿になりきれるのかァ?

僕には、もう付き合いきれません!

この男は 馬鹿だから

今日のことなどすっかり忘れて

また嫌がらせのコメントを

書き始めると思うのです!

仕方がないから 長い目で見ながら

付き合ってゆきます。


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【レンゲの独り言】


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ですってぇ~。。。

馬鹿バカしいと思いながらも、最後までよく読んでくださいました。

デンマンさんも喜んでいると思います。

とにかく、ネットには、いろいろと変わった人がいますわァ。。。 

ヴァイアグラを飲みすぎて オツムがイカレた人もいれば、

他人に成りすまして ヤ~らしいコメントを書き込む人もいます。

また、誰彼かまわずに“スパム”を飛ばす嫌われ者もいます。

とにかく、ネットには。。。 特にアメブロには “めちゃキモい”人たちがウヨウヨしています。

まるで得意になって、愚かな事をして遊んでいます。

また、見かけは普通のブログでも、悪徳スパマーが手を変え品を変えて 悪徳サイトへ誘い込もうとしています。

コメントスパムで褒められると、ついついその気になって、相手のブログへ飛んでゆき、お返しに、あるいはお礼にと思って 読者に登録してしまったりするものですわァ。

どうか スパマーの思う壺にはまらないでくださいね。

悪徳スパマーは悪徳サイトへ誘おうと てぐすね引いて待っているのですから。。。

悪徳サイトを利用して、メールアドレスで登録したりすると、あなたのメールアドレスは第3者や第4者に売られてしまう危険性があります。

あなたは、そのようなスパム・コメントや 成りすましスパマーには騙されないと思い込んでいるでしょう?

でもねぇ~、もしかすると騙されているかもよ。。。

とにかく気をつけてくださいね。

次回も、さらに面白い話題が続きます。

あなたも、どうか、また記事を読みに戻ってきてください。

では。。。


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あなたが絶対、

見たいと思っていた

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Cleopatra

 

Cleopatra

 


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Kato, how come you bring up Cleopatra?


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I happened to view the movie the other day.

 


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Cleopatra (1934 film)


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Cleopatra is a 1934 American epic film directed by Cecil B. DeMille and distributed by Paramount Pictures.

A retelling of the story of Cleopatra VII of Egypt, the screenplay was written by Waldemar Young and Vincent Lawrence and was based on Bartlett Cormack’s adaptation of historical material.

Claudette Colbert stars as Cleopatra, Warren William as Julius Caesar, and Henry Wilcoxon as Mark Antony.

Nominated for five Academy Awards, Cleopatra was the first DeMille film to receive a nomination for Best Picture.

Victor Milner won the Academy Award for Best Cinematography.

 

PLOT

In 48 BC, Cleopatra vies with her brother Ptolemy for control of Egypt.
Pothinos (Leonard Mudie) kidnaps her and Apollodorus (Irving Pichel) and strands them in the desert.
When Pothinos informs Julius Caesar that the queen has fled the country, Caesar is ready to sign an agreement with Ptolemy when Apollodorus appears, bearing a gift carpet for the Roman. When Apollodorus unrolls it, Cleopatra emerges, much to Pothinos’ surprise. He tries to deny who she is. However, Caesar sees through the deception and Cleopatra soon beguiles Caesar with the prospect of the riches of not only Egypt, but also India. Later, when they are seemingly alone, she spots a sandal peeking out from underneath a curtain and thrusts a spear into the hidden Pothinos, foiling his assassination attempt. Caesar makes Cleopatra the sole ruler of Egypt, and begins an affair with her.

Caesar eventually returns to Rome with Cleopatra to the cheers of the masses, but Roman unease is directed at Cleopatra.
Cassius (Ian Maclaren), Casca (Edwin Maxwell), Brutus (Arthur Hohl) and other powerful Romans become disgruntled, rightly suspecting that he intends to abolish the Roman Republic and make himself emperor, with Cleopatra as his empress (after divorcing Calpurnia, played by Gertrude Michael).
Ignoring the forebodings of Calpurnia, Cleopatra, and a soothsayer (Harry Beresford) who warns him about the Ides of March, Caesar goes to announce his intentions to the Senate.
Before he can do so, he is assassinated.

Cleopatra is heartbroken at the news.
At first, she wants to go to him, but Apollodorus tells her that Caesar did not love her, only her power and wealth, and that Egypt needs her.
They return home.

Bitter rivals Marc Antony and Octavian (Ian Keith) are named co-rulers of Rome.
Antony, disdainful of women, invites Cleopatra to meet with him in Tarsus, intending to bring her back to Rome as a captive.
Enobarbus (C. Aubrey Smith), his close friend, warns Antony against meeting Cleopatra, but he goes anyway.
She entices him to her barge and throws a party with many exotic animals and beautiful dancers, and soon seduces him.
Together, they sail to Egypt.

King Herod (Joseph Schildkraut), who has secretly allied himself with Octavian, visits the lovers.
He informs Cleopatra privately that Rome and Octavian can be appeased if Antony were to be poisoned.
Herod also tells Antony the same thing, with the roles reversed.
Antony laughs off his suggestion, but a reluctant Cleopatra, reminded of her duty to Egypt by Apollodorus, tests a poison on a condemned murderer (Edgar Dearing) to see how it works.
Before Antony can drink the fatal wine, however, they receive news that Octavian has declared war.

Antony orders his generals and legions to gather, but Enobarbus informs him that they have all deserted out of loyalty to Rome.
Enobarbus tells his comrade that he can wrest control of Rome away from Octavian by having Cleopatra killed, but Antony refuses to consider it.
Enobarbus bids Antony goodbye, as he will not fight for an Egyptian queen against Rome.
A short montage sequence shows the fighting between the forces of Antony and Octavian, ending in the naval Battle of Actium.

Antony fights on with the Egyptian army, and is defeated.
Octavian and his soldiers surround and besiege Antony and Cleopatra.
Antony is mocked when he offers to fight them one by one.
Without his knowledge, Cleopatra opens the gate and offers to cede Egypt in return for Antony’s life in exile, but Octavian turns her down.

Meanwhile, Antony believes that she has deserted him for his rival and stabs himself.
When Cleopatra returns, she is heartbroken to find him dying.
They reconcile before he perishes.

Then, with the gates breached, Cleopatra kills herself with a poisonous snake and is found sitting on her throne, dead.

 


SOURCE: “Cleopatra (1934 film)”
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

So, Kato, you’re a Cleopatra fan, huh?

Yes, I am.  Diane, have you seen this movie?

No, not this one, but I watched the 1963 version:

 


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How did you like it?

Fabulous and spectacular!  I love it.  How about you, Kato?

I viwed both versions… The 1934 version seems better simply because I like Claudette Colbert more than Elizabeth Taylor.

So, is that the reson you bring up the 1934 version?

Yes, but there’s another reason.

Tell me, Kato.

Last night, Cleopatra showed up in my dream… That’s the main reason I’ve decide to write this article.

You gotta be kidding!

Nope, I’m quite serious.

Then tell me about your dream.

It goes like this:


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Kato, you forget something quite important.

Hmm…? Do I? What is that?

So, I’ve come out this way. I can’t go home until I tell you my story.

Where are you going back?

Of course, I’ll go back up the heaven.

Do you wanna make me believe it?

Well… they say, if you believe it, you’ll be saved.

I’ve already been saved, so I don’t have to believe what you say.

Anyway, I’m the woman you’re talking about.

So, do you really mean that you’re Cleopatra, eh?

Yes, I do… I’m the one you’ve desperately wanted to meet.  How do I look?


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Well… You look great, but I’m worried about you.

Why is that?

You see, I like a naked woman, but if you remain naked for an hour or so, you’ll catch a cold.

Kato, I know you love to see a naked woman.

Yes, I do… but could you cover between your legs. Otherwise, I cannot concentrate on talking with you.

Alright…

Well…, now, how do I look?

You’re still wearing nothing.

But I’ve covered it between my legs, haven’t I?

Yes, but if I move to your left, I can see it.

Then don’t move, Kato.

Okay… I’ll stay here… Now please read the following passage:


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Cleopatra perhaps started to view Antony as a liability by the late summer of 31 BC, when she prepared to leave Egypt to her son Caesarion.

Cleopatra planned to relinquish her throne to him, taking her fleet from the Mediterranean into the Red Sea and then setting sail to a foreign port, perhaps in India, where she could spend time recuperating.

However, these plans were ultimately abandoned when Malichus I, as advised by Octavian’s governor of Syria, Quintus Didius, managed to burn Cleopatra’s fleet in revenge for his losses in a war with Herod that Cleopatra had largely initiated.

Cleopatra had no other option but to stay in Egypt and negotiate with Octavian.

Although most likely later pro-Octavian propaganda, it was reported that at this time Cleopatra started testing the strengths of various poisons on prisoners and even her own servants.

Cleopatra had Caesarion enter into the ranks of the ephebi, which, along with reliefs on a stele from Koptos dated 21 September 31 BC, demonstrated that Cleopatra was now grooming her son to become the sole ruler of Egypt.

In a show of solidarity, Antony also had Marcus Antonius Antyllus, his son with Fulvia, enter the ephebi at the same time.

Separate messages and envoys from Antony and Cleopatra were then sent to Octavian, still stationed at Rhodes, although Octavian seems to have only replied to Cleopatra.

Cleopatra requested that her children should inherit Egypt and that Antony should be allowed to live in exile in Egypt, offering Octavian money in the future and immediately sending him lavish gifts.

Octavian sent his diplomat Thyrsos to Cleopatra after she threatened to burn herself and vast amounts of her treasure within a tomb already under construction.

Thyrsos advised her to kill Antony so that her life would be spared, but when Antony suspected foul intent, he had this diplomat flogged and sent back to Octavian without a deal.

After lengthy negotiations that ultimately produced no results, Octavian set out to invade Egypt in the spring of 30 BC.


SOURCE: “Cleopatra”
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

What about the above passage?

You see, Thyrsos advised you to kill Antony so that your life would be spared. Right?

Yes, he did.

Many people still believe that you were a femme fatal who simply took advantage of Anthony. You didn’t really love him at all.


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Kato, do you also believe that crap?

Well…, I’m not too sure, but you appear quite seductive, and you did indeed attract Julius Caesar and caused his downfall eventually.

Actually, that’s why I’m here to tell you the truth.

Oh…? Then tell me your story, Cleopatra.

Okay…


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I’m a bit tired… You might feel easy if I lie down like this.

Suit yourself, Cleopatra…

Actually, I started to view Antony as a liability by the late summer of 31 BC, but I still loved him.

Oh, did you?

Yes, I did… And Anthony knew that Thyrsos advised me to kill Antony so that my life would be spared.

What happened beteen you and Anthony.

I wanted Anthony to know my heart somehow.

So what did you do?

About a week after Thyrsos’s advice, I was attractively dressed than usual and arrived at the dinner table.

To eat with Anthony?

Yes, that’s right.


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Anthony said he was thirsty and grabbed a glass of wine, but I talked about a domesticated lion to draw his attention.

Well then…?

Anthony listened to me. When he was listening to it, I picked flowers from the crown and put them in Anthony’s glass.

Why is that?

The flower was sprayed with poison.

I see… So if he drinks, he’ll die… Is that it?

Yes, that’s right. After I finished talking, Anthony tried to bring the glass to the mouth. And he was about to drink it.

Did he drink it?

Of course not. I took the glass from his hand.

Why is that? If you killed him, your life would be spared.

Instead, I told my maid Carmion to bring me one of death-row prisoners.

Why is that?

I gave the prisoner Anthony’s glass and told him to drink that wine.

Naturally, the prisoner died, didn’t he?

Of course, he did… He had to die sooner or later… It would be better off if he died while drinking wine, instead of being crucified.

Well then…?

Anthony appeared flabbergasted. So, I said to him. “If I could live without you, I would not take the glass from your hands.”

I see. . . Does that mean Anthony came to know your true heart and loved you more than before?

Yes, he did… Now, Kato, you finally come to know that I AM Cleopatra, don’t you?

Diane, how do you like my dream?

Quite interesting!  I didn’t know you’re such a romantic dreamteller.


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【Himiko’s Monologue】


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Do you believe that Kato actually dreamed the above story?

What? You don’t really care about it, do you?

“Tell me another interesting story!”

If you say so, I’ll show you the following clip:

Here’s a clip for a certain woman to use for making love.

 


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How do you like the above music?

Are you tired of sexy music?

Well… here’s a mood-changing tune just for you.

Gess what?… You can now laught to the last tears.

 


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  Mr. Mathane

 

In any road, I expect Kato will write another interesting article soon.

So please come back to see me.

Have a nice day!

Bye bye …


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If you’ve got some time,

Please read one of the following artciles:


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“JAGEL”

“JAGEL Again”

“Say NO!”

Happy Gal in Canada

Roof of Vancouver

Aftershock

Whiplash

Sex Appeal

Better Off Without Senate

Fire Festival

Sweets@Paris

Scary Quake

MH370 Mystery

Putin’s Way

Trump @ Vancouver

Otter & Trump


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Changeling

Fiddler on the Roof

Flesh and Bone

Maiden’s Prayer

Romeo & Juliet

Trump @ Joke

Halloween in Shibuya

Trump Shock

Happy New Year!


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Life or Death

Way to Millionaire

Adele Hugo

Middle Sexes

Romance@Madison

Hacksaw Ridge

Eight the Dog

Halloween@Shibuya

Chef Babette


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Ramen Boom

from Korea

Omakase@Sushi

Crocodile Meat

Killer Floods

Climate of Doubt

Glory of Death

Big Mystery

Hitler and Trump

Hot October

2018 BC Ballot

Bach Collegium Japan

Dolly the Sheep

Golden Shower


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Hi, I’m June Adams.

Kato is a real movie lover, who tries to watch 1001 movies.

As a matter of fact, he has already accomplished his goal.


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『Actual List』


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Kato watched “The Arabian Nights” or “One Thousand and One Nights” as his 1001th movie.

You might just as well want to view it.


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The stories in “the Arabian Nights” were collected over many centuries by various authors, translators, and scholars across West, Central, and South Asia and North Africa.

The tales themselves trace their roots back to ancient and medieval Arabic, Persian, Indian, Egyptian and Mesopotamian folklore and literature.

In particular, many tales were originally folk stories from the Caliphate era, while others, especially the frame story, are most probably drawn from the Pahlavi Persian work Hazār Afsān which in turn relied partly on Indian elements.

What is common throughout all the editions of the Nights is the initial frame story of the ruler Shahryār and his wife Scheherazade and the framing device incorporated throughout the tales themselves.

The stories proceed from this original tale.

Some are framed within other tales, while others begin and end of their own accord.

Some editions contain only a few hundred nights, while others include 1,001 or more.


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ところで、愛とロマンに満ちた

レンゲさんのお話をまとめて

『レンゲ物語』を作りました。

もし、レンゲさんの記事をまとめて読みたいならば、

次のリンクをクリックしてくださいね。

『愛とロマンのレンゲ物語』


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『軽井沢タリアセン夫人 – 小百合物語』

とにかく、今日も一日楽しく愉快に

ネットサーフィンしましょうね。

じゃあね。


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Golden Shower

 

Golden Shower

 


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Kato, I see the photo of President Trump among the above pictures… I wonder if Golden Shower has something to do with President Trump.


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Yes, it has something to do with Trump.

As you know, Kato, Golden Shower is a golden shower tree… That’s what you mean, isn’t it?

 


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Golden shower tree

 

Cassia fistula, known as golden rain tree, canafistula, and other names, is a flowering plant in the family Fabaceae.

The species is native to the Indian subcontinent and adjacent regions of Southeast Asia.

It ranges from eastward throughout India to Myanmar and Thailand and south to Sri Lanka and southern Pakistan.

It is the state flower of Kerala in India and of immense importance amongst the Malayali population.

It is a popular ornamental plant and is also used in herbal medicine.

In ancient Tamil literature, it is called கொன்றை (kondrai) and is closely associated with the Mullai (forest) region of Sangam landscape.

It is the national tree of Thailand, and its flower is Thailand’s national flower.


SOURCE: “Cassia fistula”
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Have you seen this tree?

No, I haven’t, but I’m quite interested in exotic flowers… So I’ve seen those flowers in my pictorial encyclopedia when I was a kid… How about you, Kato?

Well…, I’ve never seen those flowers… In Japan, you see those flowers only in Okinawa—Florida in Japan, I’d say.

So, Kato, are you saying that President Trump was profoundly moved by seeing the golden shower tree in Okinawa?

No, I don’t think he’s ever been to Okinawa in his life.

Then how come you’re talking about Golden Shower?

Before I answer your question, I’d like you to see the following list.

 


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“Enlarge it!”

“Actual Page”

 

I see… So you viewed the above movie in Vancouver Public Library and jotted down your comment on January 30, didn’t you?

Yes, I did.

Tell me about the movie.

It goes like this:

 


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Red Sparrow

 

Directed by Francis Lawrence and written by Justin Haythe in 2018, based on the 2013 novel of the same name by Jason Matthews, this American spy thriller stars Jennifer Lawrence, Joel Edgerton, Matthias Schoenaerts, Charlotte Rampling, Mary-Louise Parker, and Jeremy Irons.

It depicts the story of a Russian intelligence officer, who is sent to make contact with a CIA officer in the hope of discovering the identity of a mole.

Matthews, a former member of the CIA, advised the production on the depiction of spying.

Based on historic Soviet sexpionage and contemporary Russian use of kompromat, filming took place in Hungary, Slovakia and Austria.

Jennifer Lawrence studied with the New York City Ballet to prepare for her performance.

Some critics say that it has “more style than substance”, and criticized the film’s length and over-reliance on graphic violence and sex, while praising Jennifer Lawrence’s performance


SOURCE: “Red Sparrow”
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Quite interesting! But President Trump doesn’t seem to show up in the above passage.

No, Trump doesn’t show up in the movie at all.

I wonder if President Trump still has something to do with the above movie.

Yes, of course, he has… When I viewed the above movie, Trump came up in my mind.

Why is that?

When you read my comment, you’ll have an answer.

My Comment

Jan 30, 2019

Directed by Francis Lawrence in 2018 based on the 2013 novel of the same name by Jason Matthews, this American spy thriller depicts a complicated intelligent story.

Based on historic Soviet sexpionage and contemporary Russian use of kompromat, the film makes a difference and stands out among ordinary spy thrillers.

However, it puts too much focus on graphic violence and sex.

 


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Although it seems like a mere fiction, the State School 4, a specialist training school for ‘Sparrows’ or whore-agents, looks real because the infamous Golden shower episode of President Trump might have been created based on such an agent.

I enjoyed the film to the hilt.

 

What the heck is “Golden Shower” episode?

Please read the following passage.

Kompromat and Blackmail

 


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Trump “hated” Obama so much that when he stayed in the Presidential suite of the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Moscow, he employed “a number of prostitutes to perform a ‘golden showers’ (urination) show in front of him” in order to defile the bed used by the Obamas on an earlier visit.
The alleged incident from 2013 was reportedly filmed and recorded by the FSB as kompromat.

Trump was susceptible to blackmail due to paying bribes and the existence of “embarrassing material” due to engagement in “perverted sexual acts” and “unorthodox behavior” in Russia, “enough embarrassing material…to be able to blackmail him if they so wished.”

The Kremlin had promised Trump they would not use the kompromat collected against him “as leverage, given high levels of voluntary co-operation forthcoming from his team.”

Trump had explored the real estate sectors in St Petersburg and Moscow, “but in the end TRUMP had had to settle for the use of extensive sexual services there from local prostitutes rather than business success”.

Trump has pursued real estate deals in St Petersburg, and “paid bribes there to further his interests”.
That witnesses to his “sex parties in the city” had been “‘silenced’ i.e. bribed or coerced to disappear.”

Trump associates did not fear “the negative media publicity surrounding alleged Russian interference”, because it distracted attention from his “business dealings in China and other emerging markets”, which involved “large bribes and kickbacks” that could be devastating if revealed.

 


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SOURCE: “Trump–Russia dossier”
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

I see… Trump Russia affair, huh?

That’s right.

It has all started since Trump called such mischievous girls to his hotel room, huh?

You’re telling me, Diane.

I wonder if the State School 4, a specialist training school for ‘Sparrows’ or whore-agents, really exists.

I suppose it does because the Soviet female agents are infamous for sexpionage.

Do you really think so?

Well…, read the following passage.

Honey trapping


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Honey trapping is an investigative practice that uses romantic or sexual relationships for an interpersonal, political or monetary purpose to the detriment of one party involved in this romantic or sexual affair.

Investigators are also often employed by wives, husbands, and other partners usually when an illicit romantic affair is suspected of the “target”, or subject of the investigation.

 

Occasionally, the term may be used for the practice of creating an affair for the purpose of taking incriminating photos for use in blackmail.

A honey trap is used primarily to collect evidence on the subject of the honey trap.

 


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Spy craft

In 2009 the British MI5 distributed a 14-page document to hundreds of British banks, businesses, and financial institutions, titled “The Threat from Chinese Espionage”.

It described a wide-ranging Chinese effort to blackmail Western business people over sexual relationships.

The document explicitly warns that Chinese intelligence services are trying to cultivate “long-term relationships” and have been known to “exploit vulnerabilities such as sexual relationships … to pressurise individuals to co-operate with them.”


SOURCE: “Honey trapping”
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

As you see, the Chinese agency uses honey trapping… So does Russian agency… Actually, some Japanese people stepped into this honey trap in the past.

Really?

Here’s one of the cases.


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Stalin’s plot

 

Michitaro Komatsubara, an information officer specializing in Russian, was troubled by a honey trap in Moscow during the military aid with the Japanese embassy, ​​and since then, he was threatened by the Soviet Union.

At the same time, Colonel Kizaburo Koyanagi, a resident military officer at the Japanese embassy, stepped into a honey trap, and committed suicide at the military office in Moscow in March 1929 because he felt so ashamed of his reckless conduct.

Asahi Shimbun (the Japanese newspaper evening edition of April 4, 1929) reported that spy work was involved in the background of suicide.

After Colonel Koyanagi’s suicide, Komatsubara acted as if nothing had been done, repeatedly promoted, served as director of the intelligence agency in Harbin from 1932 to 1934.
During this period in Harbin, a series of important information leaked to the Soviet Union.

The confidential documents released by the former Soviet Union have found that the Soviet forces had acquired a large amount of political military information on Japan, China and Manchuria from 1932 to 1934.
The period from 1932 to 1934 exactle matches the years in which Komatsubara served as the chief of the intelligent agency in Harbin.

It seems to suggest that Lieutenant General Komatsubara’s death in Japan suggested that Soviet agent was involved.

 


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Lt. General Komatsubara

 

Although there is no certain evidence regarding Komatsubara’s connection with the Soviet, there are many cases that an inconvenient Soviet spy has been murdered in the disguise of an accident or illness.

 

(translated by Kato)


SOURCE: the following Japanese book:

112-113ページ
『日本人が知らない最先端の「世界史」』
著者: 福井義高
2016(平成28)年10月15日 第3刷発行
発行所: 祥伝社

I see … The Soviet did set up such a disgusting trap, didn’t they?

Yes, they did… simply because men tend to make friends with beautiful women.

Kato, be careful of beautiful women.

Do you think I easily step into a honey trap?

Yes, of course, you do.


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【Himiko’s Monologue】


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So much for honey traps.

Now here’s a clip for a red sparrow to use for making love.

 


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How do you like the above music?

Are you tired of sexy music?

Well… here’s a mood-changing tune just for you.

Gess what?… You can now laught to the last tears.

 


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  Mr. Mathane

 

In any road, I expect Kato will write another interesting article soon.

So please come back to see me.

Have a nice day!

Bye bye …


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If you’ve got some time,

Please read one of the following artciles:


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“JAGEL”

“JAGEL Again”

“Say NO!”

Happy Gal in Canada

Roof of Vancouver

Aftershock

Whiplash

Sex Appeal

Better Off Without Senate

Fire Festival

Sweets@Paris

Scary Quake

MH370 Mystery

Putin’s Way

Trump @ Vancouver

Otter & Trump


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Changeling

Fiddler on the Roof

Flesh and Bone

Maiden’s Prayer

Romeo & Juliet

Trump @ Joke

Halloween in Shibuya

Trump Shock

Happy New Year!


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Life or Death

Way to Millionaire

Adele Hugo

Middle Sexes

Romance@Madison

Hacksaw Ridge

Eight the Dog

Halloween@Shibuya

Chef Babette


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Ramen Boom

from Korea

Omakase@Sushi

Crocodile Meat

Killer Floods

Climate of Doubt

Glory of Death

Big Mystery

Hitler and Trump

Hot October

2018 BC Ballot

Bach Collegium Japan

Dolly the Sheep


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Hi, I’m June Adams.

Kato is a real movie lover, who tries to watch 1001 movies.

As a matter of fact, he has already accomplished his goal.


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『Actual List』


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Kato watched “The Arabian Nights” or “One Thousand and One Nights” as his 1001th movie.

You might just as well want to view it.


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The stories in “the Arabian Nights” were collected over many centuries by various authors, translators, and scholars across West, Central, and South Asia and North Africa.

The tales themselves trace their roots back to ancient and medieval Arabic, Persian, Indian, Egyptian and Mesopotamian folklore and literature.

In particular, many tales were originally folk stories from the Caliphate era, while others, especially the frame story, are most probably drawn from the Pahlavi Persian work Hazār Afsān which in turn relied partly on Indian elements.

What is common throughout all the editions of the Nights is the initial frame story of the ruler Shahryār and his wife Scheherazade and the framing device incorporated throughout the tales themselves.

The stories proceed from this original tale.

Some are framed within other tales, while others begin and end of their own accord.

Some editions contain only a few hundred nights, while others include 1,001 or more.


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ところで、愛とロマンに満ちた

レンゲさんのお話をまとめて

『レンゲ物語』を作りました。

もし、レンゲさんの記事をまとめて読みたいならば、

次のリンクをクリックしてくださいね。

『愛とロマンのレンゲ物語』


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『軽井沢タリアセン夫人 – 小百合物語』

とにかく、今日も一日楽しく愉快に

ネットサーフィンしましょうね。

じゃあね。


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