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Posted in: Ultraconservative elected president in Iran See in context

Now Japan can deport all undesirable Iranian "refugees".

Actually, not going to happen. Many of them have been in Japan since the late 70s/ early 80s when the hardline islamist Ayatollah took over. Lots of Iranian restaurants in Japan. Mostly very good people, and many have become Japanese.

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Posted in: Ultraconservative elected president in Iran See in context

Ebrahim looks awful. Looks like he is doing "sieg heil".

What a terrible and sick nation Iran is.

Boycott Iran!

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Posted in: Number of officials from overseas at Tokyo Olympics could be cut by another 25,000 See in context

Worst olympics since 1936.

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Posted in: Japan says China's military strategy unclear, of serious concern See in context

The comments accusing China of this and that are just hilarious. The US and Europe have done much worse things in their histories, yet that doesn't seem to bother anyone.

The 50-yuan army are out in force.

The US and Europe did bad things in history, but so did the Mongolian Empire, the Romans, etc etc .

We are talking RIGHT HERE AND NOW with Communist China - the Genocide they are perpetrating on millions of innocent Muslims is the worst genocide since Nazi Germany. Simple as that.

Communist China is the biggest threat to humanity, and the worst enemy known to freedom and democracy.

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Posted in: Female worker being held hostage at internet cafe in Saitama See in context

The news just announced that they got the guy and the girl is unharmed (無事). I hope she’s mentally okay. What a horrible 24 hours she must’ve had.

Great news. Would be even better if it stated that the perpetrator had received a lead injection between his eyes.

I hope the poor girl is OK.

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Posted in: Bear shot dead after rampaging through Sapporo See in context

What happened to tranquilizer guns? Does Sapporo not have a zoo that carries these things?

This is not Hollywood, unfortunately. There was a need to bring this beast down within minutes, before people were slaughtered, and not wait around for tranquilizer guns.

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Posted in: Female worker being held hostage at internet cafe in Saitama See in context

Hoping and praying the poor lady is OK, and that this psychopath is taken down.

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Posted in: Bear shot dead after rampaging through Sapporo See in context

Extremely scary news. I am shocked the SDF soldiers did not turn their service weapons on the beast as it rampaged through the base and Sapporo City, potentially killing many.

Regrettable the bear is deceased, but it could have been so much more tragic.

Why?????

The Japan Bear and Forest Society has warned that forest-dwelling bears are being spotted in greater numbers in areas inhabited by humans as they search for food.

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Posted in: Japan says China's military strategy unclear, of serious concern See in context

Communist China wants to take over the entire western Pacific region, and bully every neighbor in the process. They cannot be trusted; they cheat when it comes to trade; threaten war daily against neighbors; steal territory; commit genocide on a scale not seen since the Nazis; have turned peaceful, freedom loving Hong Kong into a dangerous terror state... the list of outrages is endless.

Anyone who disagrees is a collaborator with Communist China. Simple as that.

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Posted in: Hamilton and Mercedes hoping for return to form at French GP See in context

Go GOAT Lewis! Put that little upstart Verstappen in his place and get the world title again!

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Posted in: Nadal, Osaka both out of Wimbledon; she'll go to Olympics See in context

Good for Naomi-chan.

If the Olympics goes ahead, winning a Gold medal for her country is a bigger prize than a Wimbledon trophy which she can win next year, or any year.

Plus if she chooses to team up with Nishikori in doubles, it could easily be 2 Golds!

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 452 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 1,554 See in context

Numbers falling in Tokyo including severe cases which indicate the downward trend is continuing. Most of the cases are in the young who socialize more and are less likely to develop serious symptoms from Covid. This is the right time for SOE restrictions to be eased and hopefully fully dropped on the coming months.

^^IOC bot alert ^^

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Posted in: China launches first crew to live on new space station See in context

Laughable. China is only several decades behind the US.

China has been stepping up cooperation with Russia 

Collaborating with Russia - a nation whose space program is a relic of the Soviet Union era. Just like China's rebadged Soviet Aircraft Carriers! LOL

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Posted in: Apple Daily editors arrested under Hong Kong security law See in context

Stay strong Hong Kong and never lose your identity!

Far, far too late. Their identity as a territory where freedom of thought, speech and movement is finished, gone forever. The smart Hong Kongers have already made plans to get out, either to the UK for those over 24 years old, or elsewhere. They likely have only a ~ 6 month window before they are banned from leaving by their Communist masters.

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Posted in: Apple Daily editors arrested under Hong Kong security law See in context

Disgusting, but no shock at all. My heart goes out to all at Apple Daily, and all those in HK who believe in democracy and freedom. Sadly, this is not everyone.

Hong Kong, I'm afraid, is now a Nazi-like police state, where anyone who speaks out against the corrupt HK govt, is subject to sudden arrest and "disappearance".

Boycott Hong Kong, Boycott Communist China, Boycott the Genocide Games 2022!

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Posted in: Child welfare worker fined for indecent behavior with junior high school girl See in context

Fined for having sex with a junior high school child? Sickening. This pedophile should be in prison for a long, long time - and the other inmates should be made well aware of his crimes.

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Posted in: Osaka still set to play Wimbledon, say organizers See in context

Good for Naomi-chan! We are all looking forward to seeing her fight for another major, if she has mentally recovered fully.

I think she can definitely win Wimbledon this year.

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Posted in: No time to waste, warns Japanese climate activist See in context

Good for her. But it isnt really fair that Japan has to meet CO2 emissions reductions, while China can continue on its merry way polluting at huge levels. Why does China have a free pass to pollute?

China should be forced to make a committment before the developed nations like Japan pledge any more reductions in fossil fuel use.

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Posted in: Japan enacts law to tighten rules for land use near national security sites See in context

Wise move by Suga Cabinet to protect Japan.

while the CDPJ and the Japanese Communist Party opposed.

Of course the Commies opposed the law. They are ruled by the Communist Party of China, who are no doubt eyeing buying up any prime Japanese land and islands they can.

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Posted in: Warning to athletes: Follow the rules at Tokyo Olympics, or else See in context

This Christopher Dubi in the photo looks like some kind of cult leader. I Guess he is, the sick IOC/olympics cult, whose supporters all worship people like Coe, Coates, Bach etc.

Truly perverse.

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Posted in: Warning to athletes: Follow the rules at Tokyo Olympics, or else See in context

Tokyo 2021 will rival Berlin '36 as the worst olympics ever.

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Posted in: U.S. Navy says carrier group operating in South China Sea See in context

Bring it on, China. Lets see if you are brave enough with all your tough talk to step up and go toe-to-toe with the USS Ronald Reagan. I doubt it!

The USA has your back, Taiwan, make no mistake.

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Posted in: S Korea holds drills around disputed islets amid row over canceled Japan talks See in context

Extremely despicable and insensitive move by SK. Summon the Korean Ambassador in Tokyo immediately and read him the riot act. Cease and desist this drill immediately.

they carry out annual military exercises to "protect" the rocks from invasion, by a country that has a constitution that prohibits them from using military force to settle territorial disputes. What a country.

Well argued. When the American-written constitution is scrapped, things are going to change. Japan will be able to take strong action and stop these drills. Make no mistake.

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Posted in: IOC Vice President Coates arrives in Tokyo to coordinate Olympic preparations See in context

No doubt Coates pockets are stuffed with brown paper bags full of ¥10,000 notes. It will be 6 star hotels and kaiseki all the way, every day.

And he will constantly bang on about how everything is going perfectly to plan and that the Olympics will be held regardless of the majority public opposition.

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Posted in: 85 plaintiffs appeal S Korean court ruling dismissing wartime labor case See in context

Totally expected, and I called it at the time So much for the many naive posters (one or 2 above me here) claiming that the ruling "showed hope" that Korea-Japan relations had turned the page. Very naive.

The Korean government will never allow the judgment to stand. The official policy of Japan as the enemy will never change. Anyone who believes otherwise is delusional or not well read.

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Posted in: Djokovic, Federer, Nadal: Who's the greatest of them all? See in context

I know one thing - Djokovic is the greatest Covidiot of them all.

He will end up with more wins than the other champions, no dispute about that, but he will never be loved and respected as Fed and Rafa are.

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Posted in: Police officer arrested for sexually molesting high school girl See in context

A 20 year old police officer? Has he had 3 years of training?

What a sick pervert and loser, I hope he is jailed and the other prisoners are made well aware he was a cop.

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Posted in: England players booed for taking a knee despite plea by team See in context

We know these kneelers are political activists doubling as athletes.

Yet those who were booing the players were likely wildly cheering Raheem's goal a short time later, conveniently forgetting he is a "political activist".

The chants from the England "fans" in the terraces are usually political, every game they play, about the troubles in Northern Ireland, as well as WW2, which makes a mockery of their nonsense tbey dont want politics in sport. These "fans" are always preoccupied by politics.

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Posted in: Ghosn pledges lengthy fight to clear his name See in context

Come back to Japan, have your day in court and "clear your name", if you are so confident, Ghosn.

If he refuses, Japan should pay off senior gov't officials in Lebanon to capture and bring him back.

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Posted in: American father and son plead guilty to helping Ghosn flee Japan See in context

$1.3 million isnt much money between two. Especially when they have a big, expensive legal team to pay, and are looking at probably 2 years hard labor.

If Ghosn had a thread of decency left, he will look after these two once they are released. He should come back and have his day in court.

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