ETHAN1001 comments

Posted in: Damage from Trump's trade wars won't heal quickly: analysts See in context

Serrano. You are 100% correct but the JT readers are left leaning live in denial. China is an undemocratic threat and the USA needs to massively diversify its imports and the rest of the world needs to reduce their interdependence with China. Hardly anyone is turning up at Biden's rallies. No one believes the Main Stream Medias polls. Trump will win!

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Posted in: Japan, Britain sign free trade deal for post-Brexit era See in context

Fantastic news. Brexit Britain will make great trade deals without the EU interfering and increase our economy and interdependence with the rest of the world. The EU only makes up 25% of World trade whilst Japan is part of the other 75%. May the trade of goods, services and culture flow freely to improve both our countries.

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Posted in: Bubble Kings: Lakers run past Heat for 17th NBA championship See in context

I stated 50%. My mistake, TV figures shows the NBA has lost 70% of its audience compared to last year. Now the players can have a 70% wage cut or Keep Politics Out Of Sport. Go Woke, Go Broke!

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Posted in: Bubble Kings: Lakers run past Heat for 17th NBA championship See in context

Well done for losing 50% of your American audience. No one cares. KPOOS, Keep Politics Out Of Sport! No one wants to hear Marxist propaganda!

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Posted in: Trump makes 1st public appearance since his hospital stay See in context

Trump 2020!

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Posted in: The reason why Japanese students don’t pronounce English properly See in context

Stop allowing distorted pronounciations. Furthermore, expand hiragana to include ra ri ru ra ro and la li lu le lo.

Get rid of katakana and just use hiragana symbols underlined to show foreign names, countries and onomatopoeia. Finaly, use finger spaces/gaps between words to make it easier to read.

The future for Japan's language is beautiful if its simplified.

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Posted in: F1 champion Hamilton pledges to boost diversity in auto racing See in context

Stick to driving around the track repeatedly Lewis. KPOOS Keep Politics Out Of Sports! People only pay to see you drive. By the way F1 has lost 400 million viewers over the last few years!

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

The UN is a joke. Unless it is backed by the US military and persuasive dollar it has no influence or power. However, the current UN don't want to play by Trump's policies so let the UN fester in the wilderness and dark oblivion like woke movies searching for an audience to justify their budget!

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Posted in: In 'law and order' debate, data can be molded to suit moment See in context

Statistics don't lie. Crime has increased, especially in Demoncrat run states. The USA needs Law and Order and only Trump and Republican run states can deliver this!

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Posted in: In 'law and order' debate, data can be molded to suit moment See in context

Trump / Pence 2020. Vote like you life depends on it as James Woods would say!

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Posted in: In 'law and order' debate, data can be molded to suit moment See in context

@Serrano. Correct, however the left leaning readers here will vote you down as they hate facts!

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Posted in: UK announces first major post-Brexit trade deal -- with Japan See in context

ETHAN1001Sep. 12  03:58 pm JST

Fantastic news. The UK is a free nation and will agree mutually beneficial free trade deals with the rest of the world. Remember, the EU accounts for only 25% of world trade. Who would want to fight for a small slice of 25% when there is a larger slice of 75% to aim for. The UK is free from these oppressive dictators. Did you know that the Nazi party started as a social democrat party? Very much like the Democrats in the US now!

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Posted in: UK announces first major post-Brexit trade deal -- with Japan See in context

Fantastic news. The UK is a free nation and will agree mutually beneficial free trade deals with the rest of the world. Remember, the EU accounts for only 25% of world trade. Who would want to fight for a small slice of 25% when there is a larger slice of 75% to aim for.

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Posted in: Man arrested for sexually assaulting 10-year-old girl he met on TikTok See in context

How the hell do the parents of a 10 year old allow their child to meet with such a man?

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Posted in: Japanese banks keep lending at record pace in July as pandemic pain persists See in context

Obviously this will need to be paid for in the long term. therefore, expect consumption tax to hit 12% and you won't get your pension until your 70. Abe san will clearly state that it is as a result of Covid but we all know that this was the plan anyway. Japan isn't producing enough new people and She needs to squeeze more out of her citizens!

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Posted in: Biden selects Kamala Harris as running mate; Trump says he's 'a little surprised' See in context

Vote Trump 2020

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Posted in: Nagasaki marks 75th A-bomb anniversary See in context

If Hirohito and his Generals had been quicker to surrender after Hiroshima then 200,000 Japanese in Nagasaki would still be alive. Moreover, if they hadn't sanctioned the bombing of Pearl Harbor or the rape and plundering of south east Asia then they would still be alive! When nations think that they are Gods chosen children then their superiority complex becomes their downfall.

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Posted in: Japan reviews power line rules to bolster renewable energy See in context

Japan should work in collaboration with Elon Musk and Panasonic. Improved solar panels and multi functional long life solar/wind/tidal rechargeable batteries are the way forward.

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Posted in: U.S.-China cold war would redirect energy flows See in context

Why doesn't this article mention trade statistic between the two countries? In 2018 China had a net trade balance of $418 billion with the USA. For 2019 Trump got it down to $345 billion. For 2020 it is estimated to be $250 - 280 billion. The tide is turning and China will soon be going to the USA with its begging bowl if it doesn't change course and start playing ball. Money talks!

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Posted in: Japan to lift virus ban on re-entry of some foreign residents from Aug 5 See in context

Tokyo-Engr Thank you for highlighting this. I think I may have misinterpreted the Sep 1st announcement. If it is only applicable to those already outside Japan and not visa holders within then people are still being discriminated against! Oh Japan, when will you evolve to see everyone as equal?

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Posted in: Japan to lift virus ban on re-entry of some foreign residents from Aug 5 See in context

Very strange timing. Most foreigners needed this for the start of August, not September, when a higher percentage go on holiday to their home country. The Abe administration has been both discriminatory and slow to address the needs of visa holders!

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Posted in: U.S. says it will help Japan monitor Chinese incursion around disputed islands See in context

Trump is doing a great job and the US generals realize that China needs to be confronted. This move together with reducing the trade imbalance between the US and China from -$420 billion in 2018 to close to an estimated -$250 billion in 2020 should help to persuade the Chinese that their course of actions will not be tolerated.

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Posted in: Trump wants a 2016 repeat in a very different year See in context

Trump 2020! Ivanka 2024! I'm loving it! The alternative is dementia riddled Joe and a socialism based economy that will destroy America!

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Posted in: China vows retaliation after Trump ends preferential status for Hong Kong See in context

China needs to be confronted and only the USA can do this. However, other countries need to play their part and start to decrease their trade with China and reduce her influence. China has no intentions of allowing true democracy to flourish and the communist dictatirship is showing its true colors. Hit them where it hurts, in their pocket! Allowing China to grow and expnad will only delay the confrontation until there is a risk that the west loses.

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Posted in: Washington team to retire Redskins name and logo See in context

If anything teams, streets, buildings, etc should have more native indian references so that people become aware of America's history and early settlers. If redskins is offensive then something relatable and unoffensive should be used.

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Posted in: Olympics must go ahead next year as symbol of overcoming COVID-19, Koike says See in context

I agree. However, whilst statistically the deaths are minimal, people are still fearmongering and unless a vaccine is created then the games will probably not go ahead.

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Posted in: Naomi Osaka’s first wave of charity face masks sell out, but she promises more for everyone See in context

Good for charity but the mask actually looks depressing. Something more creative and cheerful would be more appealing!

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Posted in: Mixed reaction from Hong Kong expats to UK visa offer See in context

The reality is that sooner or later the West and its allies are going to have to confront China and reduce trade with them in order to change their ways! It is inevitable.

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Posted in: 35 years after Live Aid, Bob Geldof assesses personal toll See in context

He always plays the victim but is quite a narcissist and hates democracy when the votes don't go his way!

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 206 new coronavirus cases See in context

So let me get this straight. 982 Japanese deaths from Covid. Predominantly older people or those with health issues already. Thats 982/126, 000, 000 people. That's 0.00000779365% of the population who have died from Covid and 99.99999220635% of the population who haven't died from Covid.

Sleep on that tonight and remember it when you see the economic figures for the first two quarters of 2020!

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