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Posted in: Do you think China made the coronavirus and released it either deliberately or by accident or it wasn't manmade? See in context

Definitely created and deliberately released by Communist China as a form of biological warfare. 100%. Dont believe any "scientist" who claims otherwise, theyve been paid off by the PRC. Communist China is the ONLY country doing well out of this. Hardly any of her citizens died, they were completely prepared and locked down within days.

Communist China is sitting back, watching the USA losing trillions of dollars and hundreds of thousands of citizens (their death toll will be 500,000) rubbing their hands together and laughing.

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Posted in: Officer charged in Breonna Taylor case but not for her death See in context

Outrageous and racist decision. This "grand jury" are clearly rednecks and white supremacists. And people will now have the hide to criticize protestors if they react badly to this. I stand with the protestors, no matter what they choose to do in that city. They must go after all the Louisville police, target them and sort them out.

Say her name for Justice - Breonna Taylor.

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Posted in: #MeToo movement journalist Shiori Ito, Naomi Osaka among Time's 100 Most Influential People See in context

Good for Ito-san and Naomi-chan, and good for Japan! The two most influential Japanese in the world are women. I guess if Abe didnt give up the Prime Ministership he'd be in the list too.

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Posted in: Marseille allege Neymar made racist remarks toward Japan's Sakai See in context

is part of the game. nothing personal.

Using racist or homophobe abuse is NEVER part of the game. If they have proof, then ban Neymar for a long time.

noble sport of football

More than ANY other sport, soccer is all about money these days, hardly "noble".

I stand with Sakai. Kick racism out!

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Posted in: Japan ready to become permanent U.N. Security Council member: Motegi See in context

Kick China out, admit the Group of 4 AND Taiwan to the UN Security Council. Simple as that.

It’s highly unlikely that Japan will ever become a permanent member of the U.N. Security Council. All the five current members are nuclear powers and Japan is not.

@ Meiyouwenti - Having nuclear weapons shouldnt be a requirement to join. However, Japan - if and when Article 9 is erased - could have nuclear weapons ready within 2 years. Also, Japan should be ready to get many more "boots on the ground" in conflicts in Africa, Middle East etc if they are admitted. So much more military recruitment is needed (I suggest higher salaries to entice young Japanese to join).

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Posted in: Don't pursue strike capability or NATO-like Asia, scholars tell Suga See in context

What right do these "scholars" have to tell Japan what to do? Suga will be well advised to stay the course Abe pursued, making Japan much stronger militarily, working to eliminate Article 9, and normalizing the military. Japan should reserve the capability to strike at other nations and engage in wars overseas if her interests or allies are under any threat. Like all other nations in the region do. The USA endorses Japan becoming more powerful militarily.

Only reason why China now is very friendly toward us

@ Hiro - Where do you get this idea that Communist China is "friendly" to Japan. It most certainly is anything but friendly.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 88 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 331 See in context

Tokyo and surrounding areas most probably have achieved herd immunity or are on its way.

Cite the scientific links please, or else we will think you are confusing fact with your non-scientific opinion.

There is zero evidence to suggest Tokyo will be anywhere near herd-immunity, until a vaccine has been distributed.

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

Time for the free and fair democracies to start a rival to the UN, and pull out entirely from the UN within 5 years. The UN is toothless and anti-democratic and has achieved nothing. Totalitarian communist nations who are full members can get away with anything, including mass genocide (China) and invasion of sovereign states (Russia, China) with NO penalties.

A "Democratic Nations" (DN) should be set up, and be based in Washington. The requirement would be that the members MUST be democratic, free and fair, and vote unanimously to admit new members. Obviously that means no China, Russia, Cuba, North Korea and all their puppet nations/allies.

Taiwan can be the first yearly rotating Chair of the DN.

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Posted in: China must back off, says Taiwan See in context

Back off Commies, and leave the peace-loving Taiwanese alone. The world is on democratic Taiwans side, and if push comes to shove, Communist China will be crushed under a ton of bricks.

Time for Japan, Taiwan and the US to ramp up huge exercises in the region. Let the Commies know that the democratic free nations will no longer stand for her constant bullying.

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Posted in: Japan to seek record defense budget under Suga See in context

Good for Japan, good sign to the Commies and other enemies that PM Suga is tough like Abe. Makes sense too, since right now is clearly the most dangerous time in Japan for 75 years. The region is a powder keg with Communist China threatening to light it at any moment.

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Posted in: Plaque symbolizing Thai democracy removed in less than a day See in context

smells like CCP money all around the agitators.

No, its the opposite. The "agitators" want a path to democracy and freedom, free of the despotic military dictatorship with a scandal-plagued absent "King" as figurehead.

I stand with the democracy and freedom-loving Thai protesters. Down with the illegitimate, tyrannical Thai regime!

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Posted in: Djokovic gets obscenity warning in semifinal win See in context

Dropkick Djerkovich.

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Posted in: Thai protesters reinstall plaque symbolizing democracy See in context

I just want to make a friendly reminder that you really need to be mindful of what you post on here. Certain comments can get you in trouble as they are monitored. People have been arrested going into Thailand even though the statements they posted were done in another country.

@ old man - Some of us dont cower down to despot regimes, we believe in human rights and democracy and support those fighting for them.

I stand with the democracy and peace-loving Thais. And Im certainly not scared to say it - loud and proud!

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Posted in: Thai protesters reinstall plaque symbolizing democracy See in context

Down with the crooked, corrupt regime in Thailand! Power to the protesters - bring democracy and freedom back to Thailand NOW!

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Posted in: Man arrested for assaulting 16-year-old girl in train station toilet See in context

Give this worthless piece of garbage 20 years in the slammer. What sort of coward would attack a girl?

I hope the poor innocent girl recovers mentally from this.

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Posted in: We're lucky to have Osaka as figurehead, says Billie Jean King See in context

I will believe all this activism once she bad mouths Japan too. Maybe she can wear a mask with the name of people who suffered “racial injustice” in Japan next.

Why would Naomi-chan need to "bad mouth Japan" or wear a protest mask honoring victims of muderer police in Japan? When were children, women and men shot dead in Japan due to the color of their skin, like so often in the USA?

Naomi-chan, we stand with you and the righteous BLM movement against these racists and killers.

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Posted in: Woman sets new Japan age record at 117 years, 261 days See in context

Omedettoh, Tanaka-san!! What an amazing life! I would love to see a detailed breakdown of her daily diet, it would be worth copying to have great health. Except for the Coke, however, that sure looks strange next to traditional healthy Japanese food!

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Posted in: We're lucky to have Osaka as figurehead, says Billie Jean King See in context

Say it loud and say it proud to the haters and racists, Naomi-chan -

*Black** Lives Matter. *

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Posted in: Djokovic loses cool again; breaks racket See in context

Time for DJerkovic to retire. It's clear he cannot control his anger and its a matter of time he injures another innocent person. Take some lessons in class and behaviour from Kei-chan.

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Posted in: Police using facial images from surveillance cameras and social media in criminal probes See in context

Everything to keep the crime rate going down is a great thing. Good for Japan. To hell with the "civil liberties" whiners.

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Posted in: S Korea's 1st novel on 'comfort women' history appears in English See in context

Another day, another anti-Japan protest from South Korea. Despicable. The truth is this so called "comfort women" issue does not even exist. It has been settled in finality. This is just more South Korean government propaganda to try and fool the world.

The shops selling this gov't propoganda should be picketed and boycotted. PM Suga should not try and improve relations with SK.

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Posted in: We're lucky to have Osaka as figurehead, says Billie Jean King See in context

Good for Naomi-chan. Refreshing to see a world famous athlete with a social conscience, unlike the 99% who are just robots and advertising models who never speak up about social injustice.

Long may Naomi-chan continue to highlight the racial injustice and police brutality in the world. If she does this Tokyo 2021, to hell with the whiners.

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Posted in: Abe tweets that he has visited Yasukuni Shrine See in context

It is Abe's right to pay respects to the War Dead in any manner he sees fit. What right does anyone have to pass judgement on what a private person does in his free time? If the Chinese Commies and Koreans have a cry over this, well tough luck to them.

Abe had plenty of faults and failures like every politician but he did accomplish quite a lot. Haters are simply in denial.

Really well argued Ossan. The haters just can't let it go that Abe-san ruled for a record-breaking time and left a huge legacy of achievements. Great to see Abe-san is back in better health, getting out and about!!

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Posted in: Japan's top court sides with tattoo artist in test case See in context

I'm more offended by seeing a picture of men in "traditional" t-backs, than any tattoos. Have some dignity, men. That horrible image cant be unseen...

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Posted in: China sends more warplanes as Taiwan honors late leader See in context

Sickening behaviour from the Commies. Let the Taiwanese honor their hero, President Lee, without the aggression. Thankfully, the US and Trump have Taiwans back.

I am convinced the US very soon will recognize Taiwan as a fully independent, sovereign nation, and Japan will immediately follow suit. Lets all hope.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 220 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 570 See in context

@ longtimenosee - well stated. Some people are just childish whiners.

Just wear a mask, its not exactly an ordeal.

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Posted in: Osaka says she's out of French Open with injured hamstring See in context

8 of the top 10 women are competing at Roland Garros, unlike US Open. Will this statement still get deleted?

The way Naomi-chan played in NY, no player present or missing could have beat her. She was unstoppable. Thats why I am so disappointed she isnt going to Paris.

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Posted in: Aum founder's 2nd daughter to receive his remains, Tokyo court rules See in context

The woman is clearly a sick, evil and depraved individual. Her scum father ordered the multiple terror attacks and killed so many innocent people including children. He did not deserve cremation, his corpse shouldve been ground up and left to rot in the sun.

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Posted in: Osaka says she's out of French Open with injured hamstring See in context

Really disappointing news, Naomi-chan was a very big chance of winning this. The other players are very lucky they dont have to beat the best player now!

Rest and get well soon, Naomi-chan. Japan awaits the next Major!

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Posted in: Nissan unveils prototype of new generation Z sports car See in context

Looks awesome! Not many sports cars come in MT now, so this will be popular. Nissan is coming back!

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