The best option for all those Japanese men would be to abolish women, so they could live happily in a male dominated world.... pathetic really
6 ( +16 / -10 )
no double nationality, no local voting rights for long term residents, no change to male only emperoro system we could go on and on, this country will never ever change full stop, what a pity
0 ( +12 / -12 )
All 200 should be fired without their pension if found guilty!
0 ( +3 / -3 )
Oh man you really couldn’t make it up. Forst they buy crap masks, than the fxxck up the distribution, after that massive storage costs and now they’ll dispose of it. Honestly, why does the world think Japan is such an efficient country?
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Over 80% vaccinated, almost zero cases since august, when will we return to normality if not now? This is getting a very bitter aftertaste
4 ( +14 / -10 )
I’ve bene here for over 20 years, paid a hell of a lot of taxes and social security and never took a dime. I like Japan and the Japanese but my experience is this is no country for foreigners. You’re accepted here as long as you stay basically transparent and shut up. So be it, I stay on making money but this is the way this country is run by the elite of old angry little men and it will never ever change
10 ( +20 / -10 )
Did anyone honestly think this would have passed?!! This is a country that doesn’t even accept dual citizenship so good luck in voting rights for foreign residents
6 ( +14 / -8 )
Apps no apps whatever, the point should be, 80 percent are vaccinated, the government is however behaving like it is still 2020. They go apexxit whenever a new variant shows up. The virus will mutate forever and stay with us forever so we will need to return to normality right? When not of now with 80% vaccinated??!! This is all getting ridicoulus and so many people are ending up under or unemployed and it will cause very very big problems
5 ( +18 / -13 )
Numbers speak for themselves! Very positive for Japanese farmers!! Well done!
1 ( +4 / -3 )
i ask myself, olympics and estimate, japan and the construction industry so what could go wrong lol
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Okinawa refuses lol as if yeh LDP ponzi party would care
4 ( +4 / -0 )
Japan uses 3,6 million b/d so you do tue maths how much this will impact the price….
-2 ( +0 / -2 )
That massive concrete wall, priceless….
2 ( +2 / -0 )
What’s there to complain about? Sounds good to me.
-1 ( +3 / -4 )
The LDP has basically been in power forever so there’s so much sleeve that it is impossible to change this country. All those stimulus packages show that they’ve non plan anymore, just baramaki here and there. Japan desperately needs fresh political blood
4 ( +4 / -0 )
@Thomas Goodtime, well said!
3 ( +6 / -3 )
The headline should read “Japan will not endanger money making” as long as the Yen rolls who cares about human rights, Money is The God in this country, money talks….
5 ( +6 / -1 )
Ridiculous…. Come seven bigger, don’t know how many people know that parliamentarians don’t need to present their receipts in Japan for reimbursements……. I run a company and the tax man is on my neck for receipts for each and every yen but they go 100% free…
11 ( +11 / -0 )
Japanese inspired forests? Like just tree stomps? That’s what Japanese managed forests usually look like once they showed their love for nature in Kalimantan or PNG…..
6 ( +7 / -1 )
It’s definitely a super sick movie that could mess with someone’s brain…..I would not let people below 16 minimum watch it and only with guidance.
5 ( +5 / -0 )
Why do they never learn the lessons from the Olympics??!! Are they stupid? After the financial disaster that was Tokyo they still want to bid?! They’re honestly mad
14 ( +20 / -6 )
“Chasm opens between words and action” wow!? What an amazing surprise! I mean, the last 25 COPs have had such an amazing track record that one could hardly expect COP26 being a talking shop with little or no action. I’m flabbergasted, how could that have happened ;-)
4 ( +5 / -1 )
Debt to GDP of 260% and “money left over” hilarious
6 ( +11 / -5 )
God, singlehandedly the world was saved ;-)
0 ( +2 / -2 )
I always wonder where they get the money from, in the case of Japan it’s debt to gdp ratio is already approx 260% throw in the private one as well and we are looking at 500%, it’s staggering, never in history a country was that much in debt. This is serious stuff for everyone interested in economics. I’m flabbergasted
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@speed, you're spot on, this being Japan don't think they'll follow scientific advise. There is a lot of money to be made by dumpib those tetrablocks into the ocean and by paving every single beach in Japan over with concrete so it will only stop when we start sinking into the ocean. It is a fact that Japan has the highest usage of cement per head. I mean, just look at the beaches, instead of moving villages to higher ground after the Tsunami tehy buil 30m walls. I've been to visit these villages recently, you couldn't make it up, had a kaisendon at a seafood restaurant and my view was a 30m concrete wall, unbelievable....
6 ( +7 / -1 )
I’m very interest in animal welfare, raise 100% free range chicken for eggs which I sell. I can tell you from my experience, animal welfare in Japan is basically a joke! Exceptions do exist but are very few. Almost all cattle here, wagyu or not live 24/7 chained in a barn. That’s the reality! I suspect this will be a marketing gag to “blind” overseas customers.
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