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Posted in: Human rights panel: Japan was wrong to detain Carlos Ghosn; owes him compensation See in context

Wait, how about human rights situation in Lebanon? No problems there, or nobody will pay for it?

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Posted in: Human rights panel: Japan was wrong to detain Carlos Ghosn; owes him compensation See in context

OK. But this is a bit pathetic. Millions of people around the world have their human rights seriously violated, while human rights panel is busy with compensating some millionaire who had a little inconvenience.

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Posted in: Gundam and French cookware brand, Le Creuset, team up for stylish wine cooler sleeves See in context

Two ‘cool’ companies teamed-up and made this thing by ordering it from some Chinese factory where all similar items made for no cost as they use semi-slave labor and no ecological standards.

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Posted in: Biden outlines plan to ease economic inequity amid pandemic See in context

In my opinion, the spread of the virus depends a lot on the society itself. You can’t blame the government solely if the country has lots of ignorant misbehaving people.

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Posted in: Is Joe Biden's election as U.S. president good news for Japan? See in context

I just hope the next US president will not die in the middle of its term because of age. Don’t want to see this election opera for at least 4 more years.

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Posted in: Recordings reveal WHO's analysis of pandemic in private See in context

If I were a chief of WHO, even though I have no medical degree, just by knowing that there is some chance that Wuhan virus could lead to a pandemic with millions of dead, I would boldly suggest to all countries to seal the borders with China ASAP and isolate ones arrived from China recently and their contacts. Unfortunately, professionals from WHO did not do that. And did not show any regrets for not doing that. That is why WHO should be heavily reorganized.

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Posted in: K-pop girl band pulls video after backlash in China over baby panda See in context

China is such an interesting country. Concentration camps: OK. Touching baby-pandas: WHAAAT?!

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Posted in: Biden wins Michigan, Wisconsin; Trump files suits, requests vote recounts See in context

Sooo, it seems this gamble will be decided in Vegas :)

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Posted in: Trump claims victory despite uncounted votes; Biden urges caution See in context

Everyone relax. These elections were bogus from the beginning. Choosing between an old and even older grumpy man is not much fun.

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Posted in: WHO chief in quarantine after contact tests positive for COVID-19 See in context

What bothers me the most is that nobody resigned in WHO after such a mess. It reveals how corrupted and heartless these guys.

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Posted in: Student gets locked inside station in Kumamoto after the last train See in context

What a childo :)

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Posted in: 'Demon Slayer' thief returns stolen manga to their hot spring home See in context

Great story!

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Posted in: Japan vows to boost missile defense after North Korea parade See in context

Unfortunately, peaceful behavior doesn’t work with China or Russia. Japan should go nuclear and treat NK as part of China. I.e. attack both if NK tries anything. Japan also should agree with Mongolia to allow them to send on their territory their test ballistics over China every time NK does this above Japan.

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Posted in: Judo in Japan getting unwanted scrutiny for abuse, violence See in context

I think it is just about the tradition too give too much unnecessary respect to a teacher or to a boss and his authority. Self defense is not to be a slave of some idiot with a belt, but to ignore any rules and authority if it will save you from being injured or killed.

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Posted in: Around the world, freedom is in retreat and tyranny is on the rise under cover of COVID-19. Do you agree? See in context

I think tyrannies get more exposed and became more fragile because of this virus. Most dictatorships, as expected, reacted inadequate to the pandemic. Therefore we see the rise of protests, revolutions and wars here and there. Even China started to act more aggressive in attempt to switch peoples attention to external ‘enemies’.

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Posted in: Hitachi wins $798 mil order for San Francisco train control system See in context

So, in 10 years there will be not much progress, but more people involved in the infrastructure. Doesn’t seem like a progress. I would expect the automation will make less people doing silly jobs and cheaper, faster transportation...

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Posted in: Djokovic demands line judges be replaced by technology See in context

I would say the technology is also very close to replace human players with robots.

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Posted in: Trump and Biden clash over cause of wildfires as blazes become election issue See in context

Poor Americans, have so many smart young energetic people and have to choose between two old idiots. That is a real hoax.

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Posted in: Foreigners in Japan becoming target of discrimination due to virus See in context

I don’t know. I feel I am the one who is always unwillingly discriminating Japanese in their own country. I can freely ignore multitude of funny but rather restrictive cultural customs and bother everyone with my odd behavior, and I don’t feel any pressure about it since I am just a foreigner, so have a good day.

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Posted in: Belarus opposition sets up council; Lukashenko decries 'attempt to seize power' See in context

@Asakaze,

Too flowery metaphor very much more suitable for Poland where the opposition's radio stations are based.

This time opposition plays no role in this. People are just tired of the old dictator and majority voted against him.

Statement based on what? Moscow and Minsk are officially building a united state, it means most of populations of both countries are happy with that.

Not really. Lukashenka and Putin are both outdated dictators and do not represent their nations.

The opposition - may be. The rest of the population of Belorussia is different.

In Belarus there is no such group of people who has any interest to be part of Russia.

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