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Posted in: Finance minister vows all-out efforts to fight inflation See in context

Vowing means he’ll sit around and do nothing.

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Posted in: BOJ chief stays course on ultralow rate policy despite sharp yen drop See in context

What easing? Kuroda is only making it more miserable for Japan. He’s not fit for the job. Boot him out or have someone who at least will do something to make things better.

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Posted in: Japan's loosening of COVID-19 entry restrictions may keep citizens wearing masks See in context

And here the phobia will return that the citizens will be freaked out that the virus will spread quicker when in reality, cases were at its peak DURING these strict quarantine measures. News flash: it’s not because of the foreign people. Just please treat everyone with respect.

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Posted in: Emperor to take prostate MRI test in November See in context

Leave the emperor alone. The public doesn’t need to see this. What’s gotten into Japan Today, lately?

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Posted in: Abe damaged Japan's democracy, left legacy of power abuse, critics say See in context

I applaud the writer for this article. Really courageous. Thank you for an honest and refreshing approach for something different

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Posted in: Kishida begins 3 days of 'condolence diplomacy' around Abe funeral See in context

Condolences to our tax money. Why did he have to waste it on this??

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Posted in: At least 5 members of Kishida's new cabinet had links with Unification Church See in context

I really hope their boat sinks deeply. They have no right to run the country under these circumstances. The more info that’s dug up, the quicker these warts can be wiped out of office

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Posted in: Support for Kishida cabinet lowest since it was formed: NHK See in context

They should list which parties these people support. Otherwise, it sounds like they’re calling only LDP supporters. I’m happy this Unification Church scandal has been a wake up call for many. But polling only 1200 plus people doesn’t suffice. It should be at least 100,000. Lastly, they need to do something about the weakening yen, or it’ll further rank the economy. Can the government please show some care for even their citizens at least? It’s a challenge for foreigners to have any negligible support from them as it is

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Posted in: Kishida blames inadequate police protection for Abe's death See in context

Not just the police. Kishida should also take responsibility for not planning out this security as thoroughly. These politicians never take any form of responsibility. No surprise

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Posted in: Japanese gov't to launch survey on weight, dietary habits of young women See in context

I feel that many of these women who are so thin or try to hard the be thin have some kind of eating disorder. All the standards this society throws at Japanese women is absurd. Make up, the same clothing trends, shave all over their bodies, maintain weight to look like a twig, too much of something and people will find it rude. Stop sexually harassing the women and let them judge for themselves.

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Posted in: Kishida calls for unity at party convention to win upcoming election See in context

Unite as one? Please… they just want full control over everything. This is just masquerading their greed.

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Posted in: Tokyo to seek COVID emergency based on severe patients' bed occupancy See in context

The government’s incompetence about handling this grows worse and worse by the month. Sadly, I’m not surprised. Why can’t the citizens wake up and realize the government cares not even for them?

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Posted in: Japan to cut quarantine days for COVID close contacts to 7 from 10 See in context

@Kyodo This virus isn't novel. It's been going on for 2 years. Please improve on your column writing skills.

Anyhow, hopefully, more pressure is applied so they can let the vaccinated people through without any quarantine period.

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Posted in: Kishida vows to 'prepare for worst' amid Omicron variant fears See in context

He will prepare for the worst by hiding from the media and do nothing behind the scenes.

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Posted in: Japan cautiously enters year-end party season amid Omicron concerns See in context

I call it 忘年無い season. I’m glad I won’t be going to any because that’s a lot of money saved. It’s sad that it that the Kanji forget your worries instead of appreciating what you have. But such is the way in Japan.

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Posted in: Kishida retains cabinet lineup; says Japan is in 'precarious' situation See in context

They look like a bunch of puppets or clones with those lifeless expressions. This isn’t going to be a good future for the country

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Posted in: Japan votes as ruling party seeks fresh start See in context

It’s Halloween and the LDP members are dressing up as honest people. Hopefully, the voters can see through the lies and vote more of these people out of their positions. It’s only a fresh start of the 自由飲酒党 loses. Good luck to the non LDP members

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Posted in: LDP loses one of two by-elections in blow to Kishida See in context

Wonderful. Let the positive momentum continue in full swing

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Posted in: Vaccines, masks? Japan puzzling over sudden virus success See in context

It’s not a coincidence that the cases are falling with the upcoming elections slowly approaching. This is all a facade.

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Posted in: Kishida says only LDP capable of protecting Japan from security threats See in context

What a load of baloney

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Posted in: Epic CEO: Apple won't let Fortnite back until case ends See in context

A battle between Sweeney and Cook. My prediction is Tim will win.

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Posted in: Suga says N Korean missile launches threaten Japan's security See in context

Sometimes I think Suga’s incompetence is a bigger threat to Japan than North Korea

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Posted in: Japan's main opposition party vows to realize separate surname option See in context

If this is something can be followed through, life in Japan will certainly get better. In my case, life in Japan is ok. But hoping that everyone get can better. It’s not just for me, but the community as a whole.

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Posted in: Suga says healthcare systems remain under severe strain See in context

The country is strained because of this dope.

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Posted in: Kishida pledges huge COVID relief package if he wins LDP leadership vote See in context

As always, pledging from these people means they will do absolutely nothing.

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Posted in: As pandemic Olympics come to a close, Japan asks: What did Games mean? See in context

What does it mean? Japan is incapable of helping its people and only cares about the money and Black Kigyou.

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Posted in: Bach says Tokyo Olympics have 'far exceeded' his expectations See in context

Bach’s lack of intelligence and greed far exceeded my expectations. What a complete jerk

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Posted in: Gov't policy to only hospitalize critical COVID patients draws flak See in context

When his own LDP party members have complained about his performance, you know there’s something REALLY bad about him

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympics CEO says COVID cases at Games 'within expectations' See in context

Can someone please slap this liar and make him shut up?? Sounds like he’s indirectly saying that he expected a disaster to happen.

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Posted in: Suga says adequate measures in place to prevent virus cases spreading from Olympic athletes See in context

Whatever substance Suga is on is working. My friends in Japan all set through your lies. Even my family says Japan needs a new prime minister. Nothing is being done to curb the spread of the virus. You’re only doing this to not stop the Olympics. You did nothing to help your people. That’s not how a leader does his job

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