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Posted in: Hong Kong pop singer, activist arrested on corruption charge See in context

So the Chinese Government insists that Hong Kong residents and Taiwan residents are Chinese people except when they protest? Something is seriously wrong here.

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Posted in: Japan expands COVID state of emergency to 3 areas near Tokyo and Osaka See in context

Well that’s 2 years of holidays gone, should get a vacation but that’s on hold, nice job. I’m going to the beach alone…..it’s closed. Ok I’m going to the local shopping center, thank god that’s open.

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Posted in: Troops to enforce Sydney lockdown as Brisbane extends virus curbs See in context

Unlike many countries, the Aussie military are there to protect those not in service. They have family, friends who don’t wear the uniform. That’s their job.!. It’s easy to squash people under a tank, if you sign your soul over to a government department. Sadly it does appear many are happy to kill their neighbors to uphold “absence of humanity” Aust….you right mate? Can we help? It’s a good thing. You right mate?

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Posted in: Hong Kong pop singer, activist arrested on corruption charge See in context

These pop stars, who do they think they are? If they had an opinion on anything it should conform to the prevailing attitudes. A few years of voluntary re education camp should straighten them out. Rock and roll music in general has always conformed to being nice. Unbelievable stupidity on his part to rock the boat and have an opinion. To the camp I say.

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Posted in: Japan's No. 2 diplomat in South Korea ordered home for improper remark See in context

He comes home shifted to the Japan Agricultural Ministry, gets a pay rise. Just normal day in the burdocks of responsibility.

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Posted in: Outdoor drinking party in athletes village being investigated See in context

From the photo 2 coast guard ship things stationed offshore, but a drinking party, inside the bubble. And the police were too late to get there? Either a quick drinking party or an extremely long time to respond.

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Posted in: Japanese firms worried about business impact as Myanmar unrest grows See in context

Japanese firms worried about business impact as Myanmar unrest grows

But don’t give a crap about the bodies in the streets. Nice priorities.

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Posted in: Japan's No. 2 diplomat in South Korea ordered home for improper remark See in context

Definitely a No2 Diplomat

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Posted in: High jump friends decide on double gold over jump-off See in context

It was a beautiful moment.

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Posted in: Outdoor drinking party in athletes village being investigated See in context

So lm guessing there is no Police presence near the Olympic village? Certainly not one that can arrive within the time frame of a drinking party? Did the participants of alleged drinking party not inform the authorities beforehand allowing them to get ready for an incident?

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Posted in: If the panel goes into it, it will inevitably have to discuss the issues of allowing women and males of the female line to become the emperor. Such issues will be too heavy to tackle at this stage. See in context

So there is quite a few years of useless meetings admitted too. The government and bureaucrats have the mental functions of a dead rat floating in a sewer of their own making.

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Posted in: Chiba Prefecture closes beaches until Aug 31 See in context

It’s actually the best time to go, last year I camped on the beach during the lock out. Didn’t see a single person for 3 days, it was heaven on a stick with a side order of fries.

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Posted in: Outdoor drinking party in athletes village being investigated See in context

Sunday.

Organizing committee CEO Toshiro Muto said “multiple athletes” and other team officials were drinking alcohol at the park within the village late Friday.

They should have gone to the local convenience store like normal locals do,

Police arrived after the incident, A rapid response?, But it does take time to don helmets, shields get the batons signed out. Those athletes as athletes do were going for gold in the speed drinking event.

I hope the all are forced to write a self criticism letter about themselves and their families. And are spurned by society for a very long time.

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

Don’t think it’s about numbers anymore for these people (Leaders) it’s now a matter of tonnage. And wait for it, it’s the public’s fault not theirs. Because they were wearing suits where as the public are in casual summer attire. Also the current moons phase was totally ignored by almost all of the public.

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Posted in: Fukushima laments a recovery without Olympic witnesses See in context

HBJ, that is an awrsom post. So true.

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Posted in: Fukushima laments a recovery without Olympic witnesses See in context

Paul G are you serious? Mr Bach KINDLY went to Fuckashima? Is it that bad that you have to thank someone for visiting.? Not really sure how that lifted anyone's spirits but if it did yours than its a trip not waisted.

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Posted in: Fukushima laments a recovery without Olympic witnesses See in context

“I would like to think," Harada said, “that the time for people to see the recovery and reconstruction has just been delayed a little.”

it’s been over 10 years? Delayed a little? Like how that’s tacked on to the end of the story. 10 + years it’s not been delayed a little it’s been muddled from day one. But it is a cute sentiment to hold on to.

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Posted in: To say ‘get vaccinated’ when there are no vaccines available shows that she has no understanding of the situation at the local level. See in context

As I have long suspected, politicians are total failures as human beings. If they were in anyway likeable or interesting, intelligent people they wouldn’t need the public to subsidise their stupidity. It’s refreshing to see that a 34 year old company employee has a better understanding of the situation and be flabbergasted enough to say, just a minute she is really stupid.

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Posted in: Princess Mako's boyfriend considers working at U.S. law firm See in context

Good for him, I hope she joins him there and they can be happy. There is nothing but grief for them here.

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Posted in: Man recently released from prison admits robbing at least 30 residences See in context

Well he obviously learnt his lesson while being incarcerated, how’s that teach them a lesson going?

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Posted in: Prosecutors to reopen probe into ex-PM Abe's dinner spending scandal See in context

He is not a crook, he just has the pedigree of a pure blood and is not to be soiled by such things as laws, justice. He is above that as are his friends. Apart from the lower netherworld regions problem. The man is a perfect example of a virile action orientated man that Japan needs so badly right now.

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Posted in: Prosecutors to reopen probe into ex-PM Abe's dinner spending scandal See in context

Let’s see what happens here. My guess it’s way to confusing for the prosecutors.

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

It’s not the Olympics you old fool! It’s you being totally cut off from reality for 18months, “ go to travel” ring a bell?, “go to eat” ring a bell?. He hears the bell and thinks its dinner time. I know the panel that’s convened to discuss measures are now on holiday so your hands are tied. And businesses are demanding the workers congeal together for a smooth economic running. But the hospitals are at breaking point, suddenly you might see the problem. Too late as usual. And even when 14 aged care patients die in Osaka due to unavailability of care he still didn’t think, you know what? This might be serious!

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Posted in: Women get Olympic track off to a sizzling start See in context

Ok, you can believe that.I’m not even going to go there. hope a mixture of common sense and modern materials might find their way into the sexually charged uniform rules.

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Posted in: Women get Olympic track off to a sizzling start See in context

Nothing taken away from the achievement, but why the minimalist clothing? Does seem that required uniform, has nothing to do with performance, again great job athlete. I’d shake your hand but I can’t catch up.

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Posted in: Japan's jobless rate falls to 2.9% in June See in context

It’s odd the economy apparently goes up. Goes down the economic figures continue to decline but some how unemployment remains stable? Has a fax machine jammed and for the last 20 years gone un noticed?

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Posted in: Hong Kong police investigate Olympic chants, China anthem booing See in context

They are so petty, trying to stamp out genuine feelings, to what? Replace them with their idea of genuine feelings? This is utter madness. It’s like strapping someone to a chair torture them until they agree they like the chair. Blatant stupidity. How about you know listening to the public? Not arresting them. Might find yourself a tad more popular.

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Posted in: Court upholds jail sentences for 2 Americans over Ghosn escape See in context

After the dust has settled, prosecutors have spent more time more money than Ghosn was perhaps going to be paid in the future. So it’s only fair the prosecutors after their continued failure to actually come close to a professional investigation are able to jail someone, anyone. There is nothing like a witch hunt based on a secret internal report that couldn’t be used in a court because it contained nothing that could be used in court.

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Posted in: The Olympics are being held, and the summer vacation period is beginning in earnest. The delta variant of the coronavirus has also played a part, and it means a range of factors conducive to infections have come together. See in context

Factor in the mentally challenged authorities, this train has derailed and the only question is how many packed school buses will it smash into.

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Posted in: 5-year-old boy dies after being left unattended in school bus for hours See in context

What can you say? Is it that hard to walk down the isles looking? How stupid do you have to be to park a bus and not have a look, is there a bag? A person still onboard? Really how stupid do you have to be?

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