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Posted in: COVID-19 cases plummeting in Japan; doctors puzzled why See in context

 have learned one thing. And that is there is no point saying anything negative about antivaxxers here at JT!

The reason is that moderators here are antivaxxers and will remove posts that are critical of antivexxers siting either Off-topic or Offensive / Vulgar

It is a disgraceful behavior which spreads negative information about vaccines and masks!!!!!!!!!!!

Get a clue already, there is no discussion if it's only coming from one side.

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Posted in: Tokyo court disrupted by hundreds of maskless anti-vaxxers See in context

And then in a few days an article about how antivaxxers get to repeat their lies for free, 

Maybe they're not anti-vaxxers, but pro-choicers....

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Posted in: Kishida says he will strengthen medical system for COVID patients See in context

Yep, more green tea from Fukushima, free of charge for all that are hospitalized.

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Posted in: Kishida says he has no plan to change financial income tax for now See in context

Japan, the giant ship without a rudder.

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Posted in: Biden hosts Indo-Pacific leaders as China concerns grow See in context

Under Joe's great leadership they will surely be able to deal with China

Your joking, right?

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Posted in: Tensions grow as U.S., allies deepen Indo-Pacific involvement See in context

China has the military might but lacks the experience of any type of conflict. China is in for a rude awakening if the..... you know what hits the fan.

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Posted in: Regulators to oversee computer system failures at Mizuho See in context

The bankers are beginning to reap what they sow. It will be fun to watch.

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Posted in: U.S. to donate extra 500 million COVID vaccines See in context

Yes, but it is in America's best interests to get the world vaccinated as well.

Complete and utter nonsense, this is just another way to add another type of tax on the American people to pay for it all.

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Posted in: COVID has killed about as many Americans as the 1918-19 flu See in context

The Spirit of fear has overcome the spirit of freedom and common sense.

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Posted in: Hundreds arrested, police injured at anti-lockdown protests in Australia See in context

Shame on you Austrailia!!

Shame on the police, of course! There are better more proactive ways to stop protests. Pepper spray is not needed.

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Posted in: Hundreds arrested, police injured at anti-lockdown protests in Australia See in context

Shame on you Austrailia!!

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Posted in: Japan's streetwear veteran Nigo takes over at Kenzo See in context

So dasai!

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Posted in: Japan's top COVID-19 adviser wary of easing restrictions See in context

And there have been many days in the past year where Australia was covid free.

Those days are over.

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Posted in: Pandemic-hit travel agency JTB sells Tokyo HQ to raise funds See in context

Bad business, friendship cronies buy the building, company never moves out, starts a fake lease with said "new owners", Bad business writes off millions and millions of yen due to pandemic, partners in crime have a nice lunch together and call it a day. Rinse and repeat.

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Posted in: State-run vaccination sites to extend operation until late November See in context

Health information is protected and can not be shared without permission.

Do you really believe that?

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Posted in: Japan halts use of 1.63 mil Moderna vaccine doses over contamination See in context

The vaccines are clearly not effective, as they actually increase one’s risk of dying of Covid. And that doesn’t even account for the mounting evidence of serious adverse effects

Seems like the more we vaccinate, the more cases of the virus are mutating. Think about it.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 5,534 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 25,156 See in context

Let this be a wake up call to the Japanese Government regarding quality healthcare for it's people. Their concept of small clinics that provides smiles and aspirin doesn't cut it in the real world when there is a pandemic raging through society. Something is broken here, the people know it and the Givernmrnt knows it. So sad Nobody does anything about it.

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Posted in: First coronavirus case reported in Tokyo Paralympic athletes village See in context

Let the games begin.

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Posted in: Half of Japan's population has received at least 1 dose of COVID-19 vaccine See in context

It must be 1/2 of the "ghost" population have been vaccinated, as it is very easy for me to say that over 1/2 of the people I have spoken to about getting the jab, either don't have an appt. yet, are not eligible, are not in the category, too far away from a centre, blah, blah, blah........

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Posted in: Japanese companies to be banned from locking cell phone SIM cards See in context

Much better to just buy an unlocked phone anyway and use wifi apps like line, messenger, Instagram, iMessage. ...........

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Posted in: Taliban capture key northern city; approach Afghan capital See in context

Our lame-duck president just cannot figure out what it means to lead.

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Posted in: Biden commends Suga on 'successful' Tokyo Olympics See in context

Well, they got through it, not so sure it was a success.

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Posted in: NBC touts Olympics viewership amid declines See in context

Lies and more lies......

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

What are you talking about? Most people in the us, uk, eu are told to recover at home.

That is correct but if you are sick and close to death, even if there are no hospital beds available, the hospitals in the U.S. will find a bed and set you up in the hallway or parking lot or.........they will not turn you away, unlike the 12 bed rule in Japan. Hospitals in Japan are mostly for show, because the doctors and nurses are basically still in school at the hospital and lack the skill and determination to save a humans life.

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

I took a long time, but now Japan is on the sucks list.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports record high 4,166 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 14,207 See in context

Over 90 million vaccine doses administered in Japan now with over 38 million people fully vaccinated, and over 51 million with their first dose. Over 3 quarters of people over 65 in Japan are fully vaccinated.

These infection numbers will start dropping soon.

Hate to inform you, but it's going to get much worse before it gets better. That damage has already been done. Has nothing to do if you were vaccinated or not.

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Posted in: Olympic gymnastics champ Hashimoto responds to scoring criticism See in context

The Chinese gymnast was robbed.

Of what? Pride?

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Posted in: Suga says no link between Olympics and virus surge See in context

@CaptDingleheimer,

You are in fact correct, once again from woke to broke. The media needs to be more transparent on what it means to be and stay healthy. All the masks and sanitizers in the world will not work if your bodies immune system is broken.

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Posted in: Czech Vondrousova beats Osaka in third round of Olympic tennis See in context

Congrats to Vondrousova! She is a real champion that doesn’t cry when things don’t go well.

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Posted in: Olympic broadcasters curb sexual images of female athletes See in context

Once they start to cover up beautiful sexy figure skaters

The woke police will cancel the word "figure" soon enough, then nobody will participate and the sport will be finished.

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