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Posted in: Japan to revise criteria on symptoms for being tested for virus See in context

In addition, PCR test is notorious for poor test results.

PCR is used for the diagnosis of the novel coronavirus. The sensitivity of the PCR test is 50% to 70%.

Sensitivity 90% is the ability can make diagnose 90 infected people with positive out of every 100 people.

If the PCR test's sensitivity is 50%, the doctor wrongly diagnoses 50 infected people as Negative.

 Nonetheless, those 50 infected people have coronavirus. They were walking around and give someone coronavirus. This is a big problem.

Japanese epidemiologists more trust in CT scans than PCR tests.

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Posted in: Japan to revise criteria on symptoms for being tested for virus See in context

In the first place, Japan doesn't focus on a complete census of COVID-19. Whether it is administrative inspection or health insurance treatment, Japan's strategic plan is designed to diagnosis seriously coronavirus patients and hospitalize serious coronavirus patients for treatment and isolation. 

it should be no surprise that "Japan doesn't recognize all coronavirus patients situation." Japan doesn't care to grasp all Coronavirus patients’ situations. There is nothing wrong with fully aware of Coronavirus patients’ situations. In fact, the same situation holds The U.S., European nations, and Asia.

There are no countries in the world, aiming at a” complete grasp of coronavirus patients’ situation.”

WHO also doesn't want to it.

There are a lot of diseases that have yet to be fully realized. Japan doesn’t know the total number of flu. Japan has done nothing but fixed-point observations" about flu. It's OK because This way is furnished with sufficient information about the flu. 

"complete understanding of illnesses " are an inefficient way to grasp the patients’ conditions.

Also, 1. The novel coronavirus is discovered soon by CT scanning.

Japan is one of the most producers of CT scanners and leads the world in the number of CT scanners. Both private hospitals and general hospitals have CT scanners.

In Japan, the cost of CT scanning is cheaper than other advanced nations. The cost of CT scanning is 60 dollars at most.

So, In Japan, patients suspected of being infected with the novel coronavirus get a CT scan. 

5.If the CT scanner discovered viral pneumonia (is the novel coronavirus ) doctor conduct the PCR test soon.

Also, the PCR test possess lower reliability. The accuracy is 70% at most.

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Posted in: Ghosn denies wrongdoing; says his arrest in Japan a conspiracy See in context

With all criminal cases considered,

the rate of non-prosecution is generally high in Japan. 

When a person is prosecuted with respect to a criminal case, the conviction rate becomes 99-percent, but In Japan, the non-prosecution rate is also high.

In Japan, however, the rate of non-indictment is also high. Japanese Prosecutors dismiss 30 to 40% of criminal cases. 

According to the 2016 white paper on crime, The rate of non-prosecution in Japan is as fellows. 

Arson 62.7% 

Home break-in 58.3% 

Counterfeit currency 90.9% 

Counterfeit documents 56.3% 

Payment card related 16.8% 

Public indecency 42.7% 

Distribution of obscene materials, etc. 28.0% 

Forcible indecency 59.9% 

Rape 63.9% 

Gambling 44.9% 

Bribery 11.3% 

Murder 69.2%

The Japanese prosecutors are highly intelligent, and they are genuinely familiar with Japanese law. They won't indict them unless they are sure Winning the case. Western media ignores

Japan’s non-prosecution rate.

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Posted in: Cabinet OKs schools to use banned imperial order as teaching materials See in context

This report is One-sided and biased.

First, The Imperial Rescript on Education was surely promulgated under the name of Emperor Meiji. But, there is no sentence written that "Japanese people should die for the Emperor." Do idiots deny" The Imperial Rescript on Education" have read its contents even once?

http://www.danzan.com/HTML/ESSAYS/meiji.html

Second, After the Meiji Revolution, Some Japanese went to France, and they impressed the fact that, in France, The French moral teacher taught the importance of swearing loyalty to the French emperor to the children, and they taught the many morals to the children. Japanese who had studied in France thought that fulfillment of moral education was one of the ways to strengthen the nation, set moral education as one subject of school.(At that time, Education that pledges allegiance to the emperor has not been taught in schools everywhere in Europe. Idiots are going to say that this fact is also "It's militaristic education!"?Education that pledges allegiance to the emperor is not only special in Japan.)

Third, The Japanese government denied that Japan would make use of The Imperial Rescript on Education as a teaching material, nor does it intend to do so. Despite this, media that makes a serious matter as though it had happened is strange. This is discrimination against Japan and conspiracy against Japan.

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Posted in: Unfriendly relations See in context

Korean argue that members of the Womenfs Volunteer Labor Corps were forced to become military prostitutes, which is total nonsense.They institute lawsuits.They demand apologies. Every Wednesday they hold demonstrations.And now they have outdone themselves by installing a statue of a young woman in front of the Japanese Embassy in Seoul to symbolize Korean women whom they allege were coerced into sexual slavery during World War II. Who are these Koreans, and why do they continue to indulge in such shameless behavior? The claim that members of the Womenfs Volunteer Labor Corps were military prostitutes is worse than misguided; it is an outright lie.

Please read the article "THE TRUTH ABOUT THE “COMFORT WOMEN” http://www.sdh-fact.com/CL02_1/result.php?word=ZQ&startview=10&endview=20

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