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Posted in: EU commissioner says Japan's gender equality decades behind Europe See in context

Gender equality is a trap. Only women with lots of money can be feminist, usually they have a female nanny taking care of their kids.

All the gender stuff is the application of the Karlegi plan; Japan has to stay away from it. Check your future with the "Moonshot program". Google it!

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Posted in: Attack in Wakayama raises alarm about VIP security weeks before G7 summit See in context

This incident makes a great opportunity to increase drastically security measures. What is next, facial recognition with myNumber card ?

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Posted in: Nearly 80% of Japanese think Okinawa's U.S. base-hosting burden unfair See in context

US is sinking, let's hope Japan will still be able to float !

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Posted in: Macron: Putin told him Russia won't escalate Ukraine crisis See in context

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Seems like french news have been trying to polish public image of the traitor Macron. Unfortunately for Macron, the Kremlin spokesman said the following.

"Kremlin denies Putin told Macron there will be no new manoeuvres near Ukraine"

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Posted in: Kishida says gov't working on accelerating COVID-19 booster shots See in context

Why taking it while it is now common knowledge that those vaccines are ineffective ?

When populace will admit it then the question about the accuracy of the PCR should be questioned.

What are we exactly testing and why PCR test cycle is now over 40 ?

Why number of case raised after announcement of free PCR? Could this be linked.

Everyone should start asking questions.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 11,227 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 54,576 See in context

The number of infected people hospitalized with severe symptoms in Tokyo is 12, up one from Friday, health officials said. The nationwide figure was 424, up 10 from Friday.

So with 12 people with Severe symptoms, we are up for restrictions again?

ICU bed are 800 in Tokyo, so is it because of the flu we are closing?

31.5% is Tokyo Hospital bed occupancy, wonder are they filled with COVID people or something else?

There are 127,000 Hospital beds in Tokyo, so you cannot tell this is because of the COVID, that beds are filled.

Unless we are meant to live soon on a permanent medical state of emergency for any respiratory disease.

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