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Posted in: Sociologist Shinji Miyadai seriously injured in campus attack See in context

Being attacked inside Japanese campus? They've told that Japan is safe country.

Japan is safe. This one off incident doesn't disprove that.

I am fairly sure it is one of the remaining Aum terror cultists behind this heinous attack. Prof. Miyadai has written extensively about them. They changed their name to "Aleph" - and remain a public threat. Yet another reason to go after all cult members in Japan and lock them away if necessary.

Just hoping the Professor pulls through.

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Posted in: Senegal advances to last 16 after beating Ecuador 2-1 See in context

The Lions of Teranga deserve full praise for making the knockout stages, particularly without the incomparable Sadio Mane. Make no mistake : the Lions are hungry to go deep - and will be a very hard obstacle for The Three Lions to overcome.

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Posted in: U.S. beats Iran 1-0 in politically charged match to advance to last 16 See in context

Hats off to The Stars and Stripes. In Christian Pulisic they have a world class superstar, and have a chance to go deep in this tournament.

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Posted in: Qatar says farewell to World Cup in 2-0 loss to Netherlands See in context

This reads like one big excuse. No mention of the fact reported in other media that the authorities had to give away many tickets for this match to avoid embarrassment.

Qatar, as reigning champion of Asia, playing at home, with the hundreds of billions spent, should have put up a better showing.

and came to celebrate Qatar's national team on Tuesday 

Celebrate what?

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Posted in: Woman gets life in prison for killing father with insulin and brother with carbon monoxide See in context

Killed two people for the purpose of inheriting money. The noose would have been far more appropriate for her. No loss.

RIP to the innocent father and son.

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Posted in: Lawson opens 1st avatar-staffed convenience store in Tokyo See in context

This will prove mega popular with foreign tourists as they flock back to Japan in their millions. Getting served by robots in restaurants, Avatars in the will blow their minds! Also several hotels now employ only robot receptionists and cleaning staff, so the level of tech foreigners encounter on tour will be wonderful.

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Posted in: Moriyasu says the buck stops with him at World Cup See in context

I'm still hopeful about the idea for Japan and Spain to make a "gentlemans agreement" to draw the game and probably ensure Japan goes through! (unless Germany beat CR by 2 plus goals, or CR win)

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Posted in: Japan births at new low as population shrinks and ages See in context

A drop in population has many benefits. Great for the environment as hundreds of villages and regions are simply abandoned, with populations of native animals such as monkeys and bears thriving; kids will be able to choose any university they want; graduates having countless jobs to choose from; everyone will get a seat on the train; no more lining up for pretty much anything, the list gies on. Win-win.

Once the population stabilises at 60 million and drops no further than that, Japan will be much more liveable and eco-friendly.

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Posted in: With Russia banned from World Cup, fans cheer on Serbian 'brothers' See in context

Russia players should have NOT been banned from the game, the players have NOTHING to do with what Putin does.

Why normalise what the fascist, invading regime is doing by rewarding them with international sports? They can keep watching the Olympics, World Cup, F1 etc on TV until the fascists withdraw entirely from Ukraine.

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Posted in: Japan ex-assemblyman's life term in drug case finalized in China See in context

Sounds like a stitch up. This old man was likely senile and hadn't a clue about anything he was doing. I doubt he even knew he was in China.

I trust the Chinese authorities have located and prosecuted the Nigerian Prince - he is the mastermind.

Accepting a suitcase from a Nigerian man and bring it to China can only be suspicious. Was this guy in need for money

He wasn't bringing the suitcase to China. He was - allegedly - bringing it to Japan. The Nigerian likely has connections to Japanese drug-dealing gangsters.

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Posted in: Riots in Belgium, Netherlands after Morocco's win at World Cup See in context

Just what does this have to do with immigration?? Nowhere in this story is it specified that the rioters were Moroccan. They were more likely locals who couldn't take a loss.

Locals couldnt take a loss? Why would the Dutch start rioting in The Netherlands because Belgium lost?

These riots are taking place in Morroccan neighborhoods, as reported in other outlets. Not exactly the way to endear yourself to the locals. They will lose a lot of goodwill, very quickly. It is actually disappointing that 2nd generation Moroccans would not be supporting Belgium if they were born in Belgium, as a great many were.

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Posted in: Moriyasu defends decision-making after Japan's loss to Costa Rica showing See in context

It may be tempting for Spain and Moriyasu-Japan to negotiate a 'gentlemen's agreement' to play for a draw - virtually assuring they both progress. Germany has done this before in the WC.

However this strategy comes with a risk : if the Germans beat Costa Rica by 2 goals, Germany will go through.

The best strategy is just to ATTACK, ATTACK, ATTACK for the whole 90 minutes.

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Posted in: Protesters angered by lockdowns calls for China's Xi to step down See in context

Scenes coming in online of brave citizens standing up to scum Chinese police. I hope the momentum builds and police and public servants all across China come under relentless attack. It is pretty clear Xi's time is up. Stand down or be remembered as the most despised leader since evil, sick Mao.

In authoritarian nations, sadly millions have to fight - and many die - to obtain freedom and human rights. These cannot be achieved at the ballot box.

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Posted in: Moriyasu defends decision-making after Japan's loss to Costa Rica showing See in context

In only two days, you have gone from calling Moriyasu an "absolutely brilliant manager" and criticizing the Moriyasu attackers to becoming one of the critics and calling for Moriyasu to be sacked. In only two days!

@ AsianMan7 - you have to call things as you see them. I'd be dishonest if I didn't admit to being shocked and dismayed at Moriyasu resting/rotating out 5 players from a team that brilliantly beat Germany. I don't get it.

In my mind the selections were wrong.

Japan has no option now than all-out attack. Play three front men - Asano, Daizen and Ueda. They will concede a few goals, but it is the only hope now.

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Posted in: Moriyasu defends decision-making after Japan's loss to Costa Rica showing See in context

You only change half the team when it is a dead rubber - especially when you are coming off a big win. I cannot fathom what Moriyasu did, unless he really thought Costa Rica would be a pushover.

A win against a full-strength Spain team is not impossible, but Samurai-Blue will need to play the best game in their history.

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Posted in: Costa Rica scores late to beat Japan 1-0 in lackluster game See in context

And Kubo didn’t even play; one of the biggest mottainais in the history of football.

The fact that Kyogo of Celtic didn't even make the squad also annoyed me.

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Posted in: Costa Rica scores late to beat Japan 1-0 in lackluster game See in context

You’ve changed your tune suddenly. Hope your head isn’t sore in the morning.

Gotta call it as I see it. Complacency set in for Moriyasu. He has some real explaining to do.

Need to drown my sorrows!

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Posted in: Costa Rica scores late to beat Japan 1-0 in lackluster game See in context

Daikimboshi win to the Costa Ricans! Well played, fully deserved win.

Japan were an embarrassment it pains me to say. Moriyasu should publicly apologize to those thousands of fans who turned up and never stopped singing. Why on earth did he make 5 changes? If it turns out he was resting/rotating players because Costa Rica was a "sure victory", he needs to be sacked.

Putrid stuff from Samurai-Blue. Awful way to bow out. Again, kudos to the Costa Ricans.

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Posted in: Kim says North Korea aims to have world's most powerful nuclear force See in context

Am I the only one left puzzled as to why the North Korean PLA needs to wear desert camo?

I guess in Little Rocket Man's sick dreams, NK will some day take over much of the world, so need camo for all terrain!

Meanwhile, the average North Korean is so poor they are forced to boil grass and insects for dinner.

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Posted in: Japan aims for World Cup knockout stage against Costa Rica See in context

There are gonna be some very sore heads in the offices and factories of Japan on Monday morning!

Good luck Moriyasu-Japan! Get that R16 spot and keep fighting. I have a feeling non-stop Daizen will pop up for a goal or two tonight!

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Posted in: Australia gets crucial 1-0 win over Tunisia See in context

Hats off to Fagiano Okayama front man Mitch Duke on a brilliantly executed header, as well as his boss, ex-Vegalta Sendai gaffer Graham Arnold. Left-defender Harry Souttar of Stoke City was absolutely outstanding.

The match up between the Socceroos and Denmark to determine the R16 qualifier will be worth watching!

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Posted in: Shanghai hit by COVID protests as anger spreads across China See in context

Rise up, citizens of China! Go after public servants, police and the government. These men and women are all legitimate targets for attack, they all despise freedom and the working people - and unless these scum are taken down, you will never have even a tiny ray of freedom or happiness.

Bring on the chaos and instability! Down with Communist China!

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Posted in: On outskirts of Doha, laborers watch World Cup they built See in context

What is Gianni Infantino getting paid for his hard work?

That little mafia-connected greaseball has his snout in every trough.

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Posted in: Host nation Qatar eliminated from the World Cup See in context

Hard to believe the Asian Champions have played so badly at home. As for the Qatari "fans", many were seen leaving at half time. No commitment to spurring their team on.

FIFA should never award the WC to nations with very little sporting tradition. Because this is what happens.

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Posted in: Cheshmi's late goal gives Iran to 2-0 win over Wales See in context

Well played Iran. They took a lot of criticism after the England game. But those of us who watch Asian football know they are a very good team, with a solid defense- usually.

Gaffer Queiroz has Team Melli primed, and ready to get that R16 spot. They will need a draw with USA to ensure it.

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Posted in: Confident Japan cannot underestimate Costa Rica See in context

There is no way gaffer Moriyasu will be complacent against these minnows, Costa Rica. On paper, Japan is far superior - but as we are seeing there have been 2 or 3 upsets already. Just defend well and launch attacks at the right time and the win will come. Japan will be in the knockout stages!

Go Moriyasu-Japan! 126 million hearts are with you!

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Posted in: Australia to prevent repeat of former leader's power grab See in context

Surely the Australian Governor General - the representative of Elizabeth 2, Queen of Australia - should have tabled this publicly at the time when swearing in PM Morrison for these multiple extra portfolios? Why so secretive?

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Posted in: Tidy fans See in context

Good for them.

I wish other nations fans cleaned up after themselves instead of littering everywhere.

This is why baseball and soccer stadiums in Japan are spotless.

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Posted in: Man arrested for abducting 7-year-old girl, keeping her in his car See in context

Lock this kiddy fiddler away for 20 years - and let all the guys in there know what he is in for.

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Posted in: Prosecutors raid Dentsu in widening Tokyo Olympic probe See in context

It was only a matter of time. Another corrupt company involved in profiting from the worst, most crooked and most pathetic Olympics in world history.

Fingers crossed Dentsu is bankrupted.

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