Belrick comments

Posted in: Melbourne shuts construction sites after violent anti-vax protest See in context

It's pretty disgusting to see some people here, label protestors as 'abnormal' and 'anti-vax' just because those people are rightfully taking a stand against government shills who think they have a right to determine what goes into your body! So many people are seeing only one side of the story and labeling anyone who speaks out as a danger to society! Doesn't take much to see both sides. Try that.

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Posted in: Efforts grow to stamp out use of parasite drug ivermectin for COVID-19 See in context

Ho Hum. The same old tired arguments by the same boring antivaxers. It must be great living in a world where you are confident that you know better than the scientific community just because you think you know better.

Ironic you would say that whilst ignoring the scientific community that speaks out against the experimental covid vaccines and in favor of Ivermectin. Or are you just choosing to be one sided?

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Posted in: Efforts grow to stamp out use of parasite drug ivermectin for COVID-19 See in context

As Ivermectin has already been proven to be beneficial in killing off Covid-19 and/or its symptoms, I fail to understand how so many vaccine proponents are suddenly armchair experts and speaking in support of untested vaccines, against a solution that clearly works. If you're so sure it doesn't work, take one you think does. You do you and let people make their own informed decisions!

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Posted in: Australia's Qantas to make vaccines mandatory for staff See in context

Having a fully vaccinated workforce will safeguard our people against the virus but also protect our customers and the communities we fly to," Qantas CEO Alan Joyce said in a statement

There is no safeguard as we're already hearing about vaccinated people being taken to hospital with side effects, death and ironically, catching covid!

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Posted in: All-new 2023 Nissan Z makes world debut See in context

It doesn't matter that Nissan will name it just 'Z', the Z community have already labeled it as '400z'. We already call every model in the range 'Z'.

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Posted in: All-new 2023 Nissan Z makes world debut See in context

Never buy a Nissan. There are many makers that are much better!

Based on what? Nissan engines run better and longer than almost every other domestic market brand out there! It's not the greatest car in the world but it is the best selling sports car of all time since 1969! And if you owned a Z (I do), you'd know it's not just about the car.

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Posted in: Biden says he stands squarely behind Afghanistan decision See in context

The fact that so many liberals are condoning Biden's actions, shows how utterly ignorant and dumb they really are! And blaming Trump? Lol.... Get over it! Biden has no place as POTUS. Worst POTUS in America's history! America looks weak and China and Russia knows it! Democrats should be hanging their heads in shame!

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Posted in: 7,943 taken to hospital to be treated for heatstroke from Aug 2-8 See in context

Stop overdressing like Darth Vader!

It amazes me that in 36+ degree heat, there are Chinese students and workers here who are wearing duffle coats, with the hoods string-tied tight around their faces and wearing GLOVES, while riding their bicycles! What's up with that!!

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Posted in: 7,943 taken to hospital to be treated for heatstroke from Aug 2-8 See in context

Over 7000 cases of heatstroke! Stay indoors! Wear a mask! Don't stand so close to loved ones! The sun is a virus! Oh, wait...wrong plandemic!

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Posted in: COVID-19 vaccine discounts for customers catch on at eateries, hotels See in context

If you're so sure the vaccine works (hint: it doesn't) then you have nothing to fear from the unvaccinated if you are vaccinated. Unvaccinated doesn't mean you're carrying the virus, so why act like you think you know better just because you're stupid enough to fill your arm with an untested concoction of crap? Get over yourselves!

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Posted in: Typhoon approaches Tokyo area See in context

South East Yamaguchi is getting pounded by heavy rain and wind right now. Worst is yet to come!

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Posted in: Pelosi pledges swift work on major infrastructure package See in context

I'd like to think liberals could refrain from blaming Trump (again) for an infrastructure problem that has lasted decades under both parties, but as we can clearly see here, they just can't help themselves!

As for Pelosi, she really needs to be removed!

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Posted in: Japan's 'solidarity' quake tax may be model to foot pandemic bill See in context

What happened to the billions of dollars in global donations?

You never see a poor politician.

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Posted in: Cathay Pacific posts record loss See in context

Also doesn't help when you have cabin crew who are rude and snobbish!

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Posted in: Major Biden victory as Congress passes huge COVID relief plan See in context

I don't know what's more idiotic, democrats printing money out of thin air under the guise of Covid Relief when less than 10% of it is actually earmarked for that, or the ignorance of liberals on this site who forget how Dumbocrats blocked Trump's $2000 stimulus bill!

You people all watch way too much fox news. And need to suffer some hard times yourself so you can learn some humility and basic human decency.

How very human of you. Oops, I meant Democrat. You have to have an ounce of decency to be human.

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Posted in: Cathay Pacific adds WhatsApp to customer service options See in context

CP are not the same caring company they used to be. On a flight from HK to LHR, they were really rude to my 16 year old son and an Australian policewoman. And their prices have gone through the roof!

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

They'll never admit to being wrong.

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Posted in: When a vaccine that is proven to be effective against COVID-19 becomes available to all, will you take it? See in context

Flu vaccine has been around over 40 years, but we still get the flu. This vaccine has not been tested anywhere near enough yet to be deemed safe and effective. You'd have to be highly gullible to believe it's safe at this stage!

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Posted in: Time is everything: World braces for spread of new virus See in context

Taj, where are you pulling those numbers from? Because they're not correlating to anything I can find.

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Posted in: Time is everything: World braces for spread of new virus See in context

This comment nicely displays the posters lack of knowledge regarding this virus.

And this comment nicely displays the posters lack of knowledge regarding statistics and media hype!

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Posted in: Two fathers in Europe demand action against Japan over parental child abduction See in context

Minami Smith, I'm grateful you're not a counselor for families.

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Posted in: Two fathers in Europe demand action against Japan over parental child abduction See in context

Truth is international marriages are just too risky.

Wow! With oversight like this, you should probably get out more!

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Posted in: Two fathers in Europe demand action against Japan over parental child abduction See in context

Mothers in international marriages should not have to find it difficult to escape abuse and keep their children with them. The fathers use international law to continue to abuse their ex wives.

Absolute tosh!

I have never known a Japanese wife to go so far as stealing away children. Unless, the husband was a drunkard, violent, or refused to work for the family. If it happens beyond those circumstances I believe it would be a distinct, and very small, minority. Drunkard, and/or violent - would account for most

Also absolute tosh!

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Posted in: Ghosn used Nissan-Mitsubishi venture to inflate pay: lawyers See in context

Nissan and Mitsubishi are embarrassing themselves in a pathetic attempt to save face.

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Posted in: Graduating from marriage: The Japanese phenomenon of 'sotsukon' See in context

Me and my first wife lived like this and it was a miserable existence! Ultimately it ended in divorce.

You have to give each other space, but not so much that you wind up apart permanently.

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Posted in: Survey ranks Japanese prefectures by how much people want to continue living there See in context

No way in hell is Okinawa the cheapest place to live in! And it's an overpopulated mess! Not a whole lot of fun in summer unless you like living in an oven.

Hokkaido is an amazing place and ideal if you want to live in a place with milder summers and long winters, with many tourist options that are affordable.

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Posted in: Rights group denounces Japanese envoy for comments on Myanmar Rohingya See in context

Another buffoon of a man in a position he's not fit for!

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Posted in: Ghosn's wife slams Japanese justice See in context

AlexBecu, respectfully, you sir, know nothing about the law!

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Posted in: Ghosn's wife slams Japanese justice See in context

As Sakarasuki said, it's evident that a coup was in the works long before Ghosn was arrested. The fact that Saikawa was behind it, later guilty of fund misappropriation himself, and is not behind bars, shows the absolute bias and discrimination of the joke that is the Japanese justice system!

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