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Posted in: Tokyo reports 88 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 331 See in context

You said “It’s over”.

There’s one demonstrably false statement for a kick off.

Forgive me. It should have been followed by; "but the crying"

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 88 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 331 See in context

Zoroto - literally everything I said was correct. Herd immunity of course there is no way of knowing either way, but you can educate yourself by listening to opinions.

Japan and Sweden are two shining examples of how adults handle a crisis.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 88 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 331 See in context

Forget "cases". Its meaningless as the accuracy of PCR tests is unreliable with false positives and asymptomatics. Tokyo and surrounding areas most probably have achieved herd immunity or are on its way.

The important things to look at are hospitalizations and deaths, both of which are very low. Just 30 severe symptoms and a daily death rate in single digits and falling. Zero yesterday. Avg age undoubtably in mid 80s.

Its over. Go back to your lives.

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Posted in: U.N. at 75 faces a deeply polarized world See in context

And their camp-followers from the far-right in a handful of other countries, too. The UN is far from perfect but it's the best we've got right now.

Hi Alfie, after noticing that you and the usual suspects call out people for "living in an echo chamber", I also noticed you live in an echo chamber.

Then I noticed, like the other usual suspects, you offered no counter argument. Only a mealy-mouthed "its the best we got"

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Posted in: U.N. at 75 faces a deeply polarized world See in context

Imagine assuming everyone who disagrees with you is an American Republican.

Then imagine saying their arguments are all wrong without explaining why!

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Posted in: U.N. at 75 faces a deeply polarized world See in context

I’m sure that’s part of it, but it’s also worth remembering that more powerful countries have also had a hand in overthrowing more ‘liberal’ regimes and installing and backing up all kinds of despots.

in very few cases and not for a very long time.

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Posted in: U.N. at 75 faces a deeply polarized world See in context

Doubtlessly, we are in an extremely polarized world: rich - poor, black - white, north - south, oppressor - oppressed, privileged - destitute, ..

or it could be the same old failed states have an innate cultural flaw that sees them elect corrupt tyrants and socialist dictators decade after decade...

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Posted in: Trump to make court pick by Saturday, before Ginsburg burial See in context

Ram the nominee through. Right in the faces.

After the Kavenaugh debacle, American conservatives should no longer care about what the left think.

Democrats, once again, shoot themselves in the foot.

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Posted in: U.N. at 75 faces a deeply polarized world See in context

The UN is a useless, bloated, corrupt den of third world tyrants and globalists. All fronted by China.

Check out their Human Rights council members. They count among its members Saudi Arabia, China, Egypt, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Cuba, Bahrain, Eritrea, and Somalia. 

The sooner western democracies leave it the better.

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Posted in: ‘Schitt’s Creek,’ ‘Succession,’ 'Watchmen' top Emmy Awards See in context

two whopping posts are a pretty good reflection of how unwatchable and insignificant TV and movies have become.

We are truly in a cultural low point nowadays.

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Posted in: Do you think China made the coronavirus and released it either deliberately or by accident or it wasn't manmade? See in context

Amazed to see top vote here being China deliberately released the virus. I wonder where you get your information from? Also how does China benefit? It doesn’t.

you're partly right. It makes no sense that they released it within their own borders. That goes down to incompetence. We DO know that the Chinese government knowingly allowed international traffic out of Wuhan to spread the virus while at the same time closing the city off domestically.

Its a crime against humanity and should be treated as such.

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Posted in: Biden blasts Trump's plan to push Supreme Court nominee ahead of election See in context

I’m curious why Mitch would be going to jail and for what reason Barr and Trump would be impeached.

no reasoning behind these hopes whatsoever. But feelings have been hurt and feelings are what's important to leftists these days.

God willing, Trump and McConnell will ram the nominee through in their faces.

Long after Trump is done at the White House, whether its this year or 2024, his transformation of the courts will be perhaps his biggest accomplishment.

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Posted in: U.S. virus death toll set to pass 200,000; Trump sees no need for regret See in context

I sincerely hope liberals understand this and stop having childish temper tantrums.

what makes you think the tantrum will stop after 4 years?

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Posted in: U.S. virus death toll set to pass 200,000; Trump sees no need for regret See in context

the same people moaning over Trumps performance are the same ones who predicted 2 million dead, called him a racist when he shut down the borders with China, then moaned saying he didn't do it fast enough. The same ones who lost their heads when he said he'd get hospital ships into NYC within days, which he did. And are the same moaners who ventilators!! and got so many they were giving them away.

Anyone else see pattern here?

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Posted in: What happens with the Supreme Court vacancy? See in context

Foetuses are not legally considered unborn babies unless they have reached the developmental stage where they can survive outside the womb, by which time it is illegal in the US to perform an abortion, except to save the life of the mother.

The improper and indiscriminate use of the words unborn babies does not lead to a useful conversation of the issue.

spoken like a true parent...

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Posted in: What happens with the Supreme Court vacancy? See in context

In 2016, Justice Ginsberg was asked by the NYT if the "Senate had an obligation to assess Judge Garland's qualifications."

Ginsberg replied: "That's their job. Theres nothing in the Constitution that says the President stops being President in his last year."

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Posted in: As sports embraces activism, what should Tokyo Olympics permit? See in context

@Strangerland "A new Hill-HarrisX poll showed 24% of Black voters approve of the job Trump is doing as president, up from the 15% approval rating he received in a survey conducted Aug. 8–11."

numbers are hard, I get it...

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Posted in: As sports embraces activism, what should Tokyo Olympics permit? See in context

trumps-approval-rating-with-black-americans-grows-after-rnc

Money talks, BS walks.

I deserve a "thank you" for giving you an early 3 months heads up, but don't get your hopes up, I won't hold my breath.

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Posted in: As sports embraces activism, what should Tokyo Olympics permit? See in context

She HAS spoken out on racism in Japan.

She gave a tiny slap on the wrist to Nissin noodles for portraying her as fair-skinned and white-ish. No condemnation for Japan the country.

Don't you get just crazy upset when your false narrative gets, as the kids say; "Wrecked"?

I doubt this is as you've relayed it. I'd be extremely surprised.

https://nypost.com/2020/06/25/blm-co-founder-describes-herself-as-trained-marxist/

Good lord. These quotes have been on record since JUNE, for gods sake. I guess you're also going to tell me you have no idea that BLM organizers have called for the destruction of the 2 parent family? ( since a 70% fatherless rate is already working so well for young black Americans)

you're not seriously going to tell me that, are you?

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Posted in: As sports embraces activism, what should Tokyo Olympics permit? See in context

Osaka knows when to shut up. She won't say a word about actual racism in Japan because she knows where that sweet sponsorship money comes from.

As for the Olympics. The usual virtue signalers will spout their attention-seeking BS, but the Japanese crowds will only look on bemused at the silly, privileged westerners that they are.

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Posted in: Trump downplays legacy of slavery in appeal to white voters See in context

spoiler: President Trump did nothing tp downplay slavery.

Trumps "base" which the writers of this latest hit piece well know, contains a huge amount who voted for Obama twice. Strange that white supremacists would do that!

The "1619 Project" is pure fabrication as even its race-baiting author, Hannah-Jones admits. Pure revisionist fiction which does nothing but teach young Americans to hate themselves.

Trump has wisely barred the "anti-racism training sessions" which are taught by rabid racists themselves. These critical race theory goons are nothing but hucksters taking advantage of white guilt and tormenting more race division. Its a quick and easy buck.

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Posted in: Netflix's ‘Cuties’ becomes target of politicized backlash See in context

Kipling - No, thats not the scene Im talking about. They were being prevented from entering a contest by security guards. Showed off their "moves" to get in.

I guess you were in the bathroom during the scene. It happens....

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Posted in: Netflix's ‘Cuties’ becomes target of politicized backlash See in context

Yeah, Im good with child porn. But don't sweat it;

Im a feminist....

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Posted in: Netflix's ‘Cuties’ becomes target of politicized backlash See in context

I watched the movie last night. There is NO child porn. There is no pedophilia. There is NO child nudity. There is NOTHING, seriously nothing wrong with this film.

Ive seen some of the scenes in question and can assure you 11 year old girls writhing on the ground in hot pants stroking their genitalia while lustily looking at grown men watching in arousal is completely wrong and you know it.

Child porn. And now everyone knows on which side of the fence you sit.

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Posted in: Netflix's ‘Cuties’ becomes target of politicized backlash See in context

Imagine being an adult and voluntarily admitting you not only watched, but enjoyed watching child porn.

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Posted in: Japan commits ¥17.2 bil to WHO's global coronavirus vaccine program See in context

So are you now arguing that only those who were needlessly hooked up to ventilators suffer lung damage?

Please back this up.

Im not arguing, Im telling you. Ive already provided a citation which you will find again should you scroll up.

While you drive yourself crazy over semantics, your argument has gone out the door. The scare is over. People are waking up to the lies.

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Posted in: Madonna to direct, co-write biopic about herself See in context

if a biopic written, directed and starring Madonna falls in the forest, does anybody hear?

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Posted in: Japan commits ¥17.2 bil to WHO's global coronavirus vaccine program See in context

@jimizo unfortunately you left out the following; "needlessly" and "when they don't need to be"

as in, early on, before lessons were learned. Take your own advice, dear sir.

@Black Sabbath your 10% death rate and 800000 dead Americans are laughable. One only needs to look at all available Johns Hopkins statistics as well as a falling death rate.

You can keep repeating your false information, but thankfully it will not become true.

Sorry fellas. People around the world are slowly realizing they've been duped. Economies and lives have been greatly damaged because unlike Sweden, many leaders decided to give into panic rather than listen to the scientists.

There are very few adults left in the room these days.

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Posted in: Japan commits ¥17.2 bil to WHO's global coronavirus vaccine program See in context

Back up your claim that only people hooked up to ventilators suffer lung damage.

Ill do that as soon as you point out where I said "only people hooked up to ventilators suffer lung damage"

I'll wait...

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Posted in: Japan commits ¥17.2 bil to WHO's global coronavirus vaccine program See in context

It’s weird that some adults need to be reminded that just making stuff up and putting it into a post doesn’t make it reality, even though trump really wishes it did. 

The above is patently wrong. I’d be embarrassed if I were called out for making up things without fact checking. But some people have no shame I guess.

he says.....without fact checking.

https://www.firstpost.com/health/covid-19-complications-high-oxygen-flow-from-ventilators-changes-microbiota-makes-lungs-vulnerable-to-damage-8723411.html

this has been known for months.

DO keep up.

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