Japan will start discussing as early as this week whether to administer third shots of coronavirus vaccine, potentially by the end of the year, amid the spread of the highly contagious Delta variant, sources familiar with the matter say.
As someone else said earlier, who is this Japan person?
Are they a medical doctor?
The jabs are causing the variants.
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They’ve been doing this in a really sneaky way, making a breakfast roll that cost ¥120
get smaller and smaller, then selling 2 tiny rolls, for twice the price, when the two of them together is still smaller than the original.
Do they actually think the public is unaware of this trickery?
This isn’t climate change or any other rational reason- It’s greed, pure and simple.
It needs to stop.
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Get a lawyer and sue; video evidence subpoenaed.
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Invasion of privacy, and medical discrimination are against the constitution.
There were anti-olympic protests, but if this gets any traction, I think this will really get people in the streets.
Imagine how people will react knowing the govt is trying to control their every move.
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I'd like to see Yukio Edano, 57, of the Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan,
He has consistently been a voice of common sense,
in regarding most issues concerning the people of Japan.
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It said any causal relationship between his inoculation and death remains unknown.
I feel bad for anyone who dies from this experimental 'vaccine'.
They took it, thinking it was the best action.
But without any accountability or full disclosure of all ingredients and dangers,
how can anyone give 'informed consent'?
How many die from ivermectin?
How many treated at home with ivermectin recover in days?
How many patients given ivermectin in hospital, recover?
There is no truth to any bad press on this simple, cheap, and effective drug.
The problem that I have is that these people keep screaming that it is dangerous and in doing so influence others, thus spreading their ideology.
Sharing information is considered "an ideology",
when any question is censored, or simply not allowed.
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Posted in: I'll lay out the general direction of my stimulus package idea, but it won't be easy for the government to boil down details of the plan. How to fund the package ... will be something that will be discussed once the general election is over. See in context
I'll lay out the general direction of my stimulus package idea, but it won't be easy for the government to boil down details of the plan. How to fund the package ... will be something that will be discussed once the general election is over.
Different delivery, but the same bs:
Pelosi: "You can read what's in the bill, after it's passed"...
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At striped crosswalks, some stop, most don't.
As a cyclist or pedestrian, you have to watch carefully before crossing,
if they slow down to stop, fine, but if not wait till it's car-free.
Don't depend on drivers to stop.
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Sad all the way around.
An innocent baby had to bear the brunt of an unhinged mother, who it would appear had no support with 2 babies to take care of, in summer, with no respite- no place to escape to; swimming pools closed, parks closed, just stuck indoors with constant crying.
That little soul deserved nurturing love, and got abuse instead.
The woman snapped, and it is sad she had no support.
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These jabs are not the answer.
More evidence is online, if you are interested in straying away from the propaganda.
There are pharmaceuticals
that are effective, but they are purposely being poo-poo’ed,
in lieu of this more lucrative alternative.
Since the pharmaceuticals, taken in the proper dosage pose zero threat, as opposed to these jabs, which have limited effectiveness, and unknown long-term side effects, the choice of ivermectin should be made available to all, instead of this jab, or nothing at all!
THAT is the coercion!
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People are so gullible.
This guy says what a lot of people think,
then has the press promote him; his achievements, and his new book-
And then goes back to work at his "safe" gig on the radio.
What about all the live-houses that have been and continually are targeted,
restricted to closing by 8pm?
Which means start so early, at 5pm, when most are still at work.
So, the govt. may say close at 8pm, but it's a direct hit, on all and any business.
But Mr. ex-jazz club owner has diddly to say about that,
just say a few words of popular "opposition of the man" for the folks, and promote his new music book.
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Since the outbreak of the coronavirus, there has been talk of a basic universal income. Do you support the concept?
The great reset.
This question pulls a tighter focus, doesn't it?
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Self-promoter takes a solo
and the spotlight focuses...
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"We must restore a clean and upright literary and artistic environment to the public."
Because nothing screams artistic quite like complete government control.
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A person from overseas linked with the Paralympics, but not an athlete, has been hospitalized after testing positive on Monday for the coronavirus. The patient is not displaying severe symptoms, committee spokesman Masanori Takaya said.
This is a smack in the face, to any tax-paying, health insurance carrying resident here, who has gotten seriously ill, and rides in an ambulance for hours, only to be told to "stay home".
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Japan halts use of 1.63 mil Moderna vaccine doses over contamination
I find that statement singularly ironic.
This "experimental jab" is predicated on "informed consent".
Has anyone seen the inside folded paper (which usually contains a list of ingredients, warnings, list of drugs it won't mix with, etc.) inside vaccine vial boxes?
So much for informed consent.
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China says it is ready for friendly relations with Taliban
China wants Afghanistan's natural resources, end of story:
Gold, silver, platinum, rare earth, copper, iron ore, and aluminum, plus precious stones...
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We aim to promote vaccinations by giving incentives.
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Rest In Peace, until resurrected into everlasting life,
in the time of Jesus' return.
That is what Christians believe.
It's also a way to show respect for a person who has passed,
and a way to let others who didn't know, that they have passed.
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I think the word "gaslighting" is overused of late.
It's the new "that being said".
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Anywhere you see the word "sustainable" in the pitch,
they're selling expensive seashells by the seashore...
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Experts at a meeting of the health ministry's pandemic response panel said the situation in Tokyo, currently under a fourth state of emergency, could deteriorate despite progress in getting people vaccinated.
Translation: The jab is not the answer.
BTW, what experts? Do they have names, credentials?
Are people meant to listen to so-called "experts"
whose names and creds are not put on the line?
The manager of one of the public health centers in Tokyo told the health ministry panel that the number of elderly people testing positive for the coronavirus has been rising recently despite most of them having been vaccinated, suggesting the country's vaccination program "is reaching its limit" in slowing the pandemic.
Again, who is this manager, credentials?
This info will make it easier for the sleeping sheep to accept more elderly "covid related deaths", factored in, wether it's covid, or not.
Which shell is the nut under?
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Get an ace lawyer, and sue.
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We've seen how CNN gaslights, using words and phrases in such a way to project a new meaning.
Just look at this headline;
CNN fires three employees for coming to work unvaccinated
The sentence structure here equates a normal human being who happens to have not taken the jab, with any other detrimental term such as "intoxicated" "drunk" or fill in the blank.
This is exactly what the Nazi did to start the process of dehumanizing jews.
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They have won the last two World Cups and went 44 games undefeated. Sounds like quite a unified team to me.
No one is doubting that.
But in the Olympics, unity was sacrificed for the vanity of the captain.
How do they wear clothes with pride, or not with pride, and how can you tell?
I spoke of colors. It's an expression used to describe your countries flag;
worn as an emblem, a banner, or the same colors in a design, used to distinguish an athlete's COO.
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What makes you appear weak is equating dissent to disrespect.
I haven't done that.
To have dissent is common, every single person has issues with their government.
The difference is, in a team, representing the country you live in, instead of drawing on the strengths you all uniquely have, and uniting to be the best, there was personal weakness,
at the helm.
Cheering when your national team loses because you don't agree with their political views is infinitely more disrespectful to your country than taking a knee, or raising your fist while you're on the podium.
I didn't even watch the Olympics. Do you mean POTUS by making a statement?
I don't believe he is cheering for the teams loss.
It was a disappointment, a wasted opportunity;
instead of USA team aligning together to be a force, this woman as captain made it about her,
and parading her beliefs, which might/could have cost them the gold.
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Megan Rapinoe is a true voice and hero. I love her great ability to live life as it is for her, voice her platform, and bother idiots like Donald Trump.
I don't disagree with you, in a sports (private) setting.
Her lifestyle is no issue to me, in the least.
But on an "American team" (sponsored by USA), and as captain go against your COO,
it creates division, and is just not intelligent.
In Tour de France, all entrants wear their colors, with pride,
and that is a private event!
GOP and conservatives are anal retentive jerks who will never be open to people, environment and the best of humanity, it's all money for them, just like Donald.
The best of humanity?
Do you consider yourself a judge of that?
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Did you ask those same students "How many of them voted in the last Japanese election?" Allowing incompetent leaders to continue to run their country is another way to show a lack of respect.
To ask such a question invades their privacy, and is none of my business.
Japan as a country knows a lot about looking weak abroad.
What a sad comment.
I rarely see Japanese standing in defiance, in contempt of their country, in an event
sponsored by their country. After all, they have the choice, as do all athletes,
to decline participation, if their feelings are this strong.
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Align everything in one direction.
The athlete needs a good personal coach, not mental health prodding.
Lose the static, be focused, and allow your body to do the
thing it has trained to do, and does well enough to get you in the Olympics!
They are all winners,
wether they take a medal or not, they’ve made it there!
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