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Posted in: Tokyo reports 144 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 982 See in context

> ianToday  06:20 pm JST

Actually I was hoping some people get curious and open the link, it offers insights on govt manipulation to control the spread of covid

Pfff...speaks volumes about who are really into conspiracies...

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Posted in: Two Europes: Low vaccine rates in east overwhelm ICUs See in context

> zichiToday  08:07 am JST

The unvaccinated are free to travel to all the EU countries, a dangerous situation remains.

What are your suggestions about it? Arrest & Execute them then take their children and give them to "better families"?

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Posted in: United Airlines to dismiss 593 workers who refused vaccines See in context

GdTokyoToday  11:50 am JST

Good.

You seem so comfortable that others lost their jobs including families behind which are going to suffer, I did not know we could enjoy so much on such news, the cynism of some are really reaching sky-high altitude...in any cases, comforting me into not signing up for their "between-us only world".

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Posted in: Japan to experiment with proof of vaccination at big sporting events See in context

keeps the public safe in knowledge that the person next to them is also vaccinated and thus creating a safe environment for everyone to enjoy the event. It is important to adjust the number of patrons based on outcome.

That is the indeed THE major Dogme of this new Covidist religion "Vaccinated Chosen are safe and are creating a safe environment for all, Alleluyah", "Vaccinated & Unvaccinacted will carry and transmit the virus to the others" is Heresy, probably nothing will convince you anyway now, so obviously you have your beliefs like some had in the past that "the earth was the center of the universe and not orbiting around the sun, heresy".

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Posted in: COVID-19 vaccine boosters could mean billions for drugmakers See in context

By the way, Pfizer stocks are publicly available and you can get in on it to make some cash.

if you think you are not yet enough cynical...

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Posted in: Police reminding drivers not to perform the illegal 'Ibaraki Dash' maneuver See in context

Japanese traffic light system is so great that could succeed to have pedestrian and cars crossing the same space at the same time.

(Sarcasm off)

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Posted in: JR East scraps plan to identify past offenders with facial recognition camera See in context

Facial tracking of "a group" requires of course to look at everybody's face in order to compare each face to a database, so in a nutshell, tracking everybody, you can't know in advance which faces would need to be tracked and which one would not before you actually do it.

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Posted in: China declares all cryptocurrency transactions illegal See in context

GdTokyoToday  10:45 am JST

Crypto "currencies" are unregulated, untraceable vehicles, not for exchanging goods and services or as a store of wealth, but as a means for drug traffickers, money launderers, cyber terrorists, human traffickers and general criminals to cover their tracks. The most charitable version is that it is a vehicle for currency speculators. Hardly adding value to an economy.

You are so wrong and obviously need to learn more about crypto, blockchains are recording all transactions from the genesis block, and, unlike banks and USD, transactions are exposed and available to everyone so nothing can beat blockchain for traceability, any exchange to CRYPTO back to USD fiat can trace all the path of the crypto should they want to. As for the economy, you are obviously not aware of all the decentralized finance economy which is growing very fast around the blockchain and smart contracts.

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Posted in: New Zealand’s largest city to remain locked down See in context

When you ask a government to decide the level of risk living your life instead of you doing it.

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Posted in: Forceful vaccine messages backfire with holdouts: How can it be done better? See in context

Why can't VaxThemAll people understand and accept most are not anti-vax but just against new mRNA because no long track records on side effects? This intolerance to others is simply not acceptable and is on the border of authoritarism, and like already written million times if you fear & can't wait...get your vaccine, enjoy your protection and stop making noise.

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Posted in: France accuses Australia, U.S. of lying in escalating crisis See in context

France accuses Australia, U.S. of lying in escalating crisis

Macron & his govt are the ones who based their actions on lies and threats with ministers under scrutiny by justice, Macron has no lesson to give to anyone, the sooner he will go, the better for France and the world.

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Posted in: Man sent to prosecutors for posting abusive comments online about mother of late ‘Terrace House’ star See in context

In addition, Twitter and alike are so hypocrites because they need that "violence" to exist, problem is that is not a virtual world where everything is allowed, those SNS are like putting a knife on a table in a room full of haters, put a paper on it reading "don't use it"...and leave the room, what could go wrong.

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Posted in: Man sent to prosecutors for posting abusive comments online about mother of late ‘Terrace House’ star See in context

Twitter is the nest of all haters and hateful messages, the only way to stop this (if you do not want the censorship) is quite easy, ask for KYC (like any financial services) of social network members and display their full name and real picture only (no nickname), believe me, this will calm down the game quickly and put some "normality".

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Posted in: Japanese message in a bottle washes up in Hawaii ... 37 years later See in context

Interesting, time to spice up the game, send a message in a bottle with the private key of 1 bitcoin account address on it and make someone happy in the near future (or not) :)

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Posted in: Woman chips tooth eating McDonald's burger containing metal See in context

"Refund only" may seem not so important after all however it is showing how corporate nowadays do not fear anything, we are all losing ground on freedom, rights, and protection, slowly but surely.

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Posted in: Google launches News Showcase in Japan; to pay fees to 40 publishers See in context

With the concentration of a few centralized news in rich people's hands and an explosion of copy-paste websites, the propaganda has some glorious days ahead.

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Posted in: Japan may start administering 3rd COVID vaccine shots by year-end See in context

cla68Today  06:50 am JST

Or, you could just avoid the hassle and rely on your natural immunity if you’re healthy.

> gaijinpapaToday  07:14 am JST

No you can’t.

Yes, you can! What do you think is doing a vaccine in general? It does stimulate your natural immunity system for a reaction, ignorance is really stunning.

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Posted in: Google launches News Showcase in Japan; to pay fees to 40 publishers See in context

Yes almost all news website are just copy past of some other centralized news, even this one is from KYODO.

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Posted in: Japan's top COVID-19 adviser says peak of 5th wave over See in context

peaking to the House of Councillors' health committee, Omi attributed the downtrend in infections to a "combination of factors," namely the progress of vaccinations, reduced foot traffic, suspension of alcohol in dining establishments and high rate of mask-wearing.

Oh and please don't forget also "wearing a blue T-shirt on Sunday and Wednesday" and "walking with the sun in your back after 6pm".

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,052 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 6,806 See in context

They are still fixated on "cases", which means nothing. It is so ridiculous. With the virus now endemic, all of us will get in touch with it eventually, so we will all be "cases", i.e. show up positive in a PCR test with 36 cycles.

Yes and since COVID-19 death counter never reset annually (unlike other diseases), there will be a time in the future when we will be all dead on earth...

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Posted in: Osaka pachinko parlor used as vaccination site See in context

If you have already had your injection, why do you feel so threatened by someone who chooses not to take theirs?

Ignorance?

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Posted in: Florida governor threatens cities with fines for vaccine mandates See in context

“We are not going to let people be fired because of a vaccine mandate," DeSantis said at a news conference outside Gainesville. “You don’t just cast aside people who have been serving faithfully over this issue, over what is basically a personal choice on their individual health."

I applaud it, need courage nowadays to stand up against those "risk zero health Ayatollahs" who want to protect you and your family against your will, they have only one rule in their mouth which sounds like "comply or be decimated and crushed into dust", so inviting and caring...

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Posted in: Apple patches exploit attributed to hacker-for-hire firm See in context

Indeed who needs hackers when you have the manufacturer itself already searching your phone and data.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 611 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 4,171 See in context

I put the death by age in a chart, if that could give, a better "picture"

https://ibb.co/zb30S91

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 611 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 4,171 See in context

The external link provided in the article is giving a good view of the situation in Japan regarding the covid19 :

total of positives cases detected as September 8th: 1,550,725

the break down is as follow,

under 10: 0 death(s) , 0 serious

10s : 1 death(s) (0.00006% of all detected cases), 1 serious

20s: 17 death(s) (0.0001% of all detected cases) , 0 serious

30s: 46 death(s) (0.0029% of all detected cases) , 4 serious

40s: 159 death(s) (0.0102% of all detected cases) , 45 serious

50s: 413 death(s) (0.0266% of all detected cases), 118 serious

60s: 1097 death(s) (0.0707% of all detected cases), 123 serious

70s: 3202 death(s) (0.2064% of all detected cases), 167 serious

80+: 8674 death(s) (0.5593% of all detected cases), 88 serious

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Posted in: Japanese university developing coronavirus vaccine in form of a nasal spray See in context

No mention of the technology of the vaccine in the article, is this another experimental mRNA?

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Posted in: Omi starts Instagram account for open dialogue about COVID-19 See in context

Since we cannot control the pandemic and show good results with "bip" (

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Posted in: What can employers do if workers avoid COVID-19 vaccines? See in context

Depends, if you think science and health only then there is no reason to do anything and focus on the person at risk if you think politically and want to control your population and you are an opportunist then you will of course introduce a vaccine passport and force people to innoculate or they will be totally excluded from the social life, fire them out of their jobs, control them at the terrasse, etc.... like in France right now.

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Posted in: Gov't plans lifting alcohol ban even under state of emergency See in context

They didn't just go after bars and Karaoke without good reason..they have solid, reliable data supporting this.

Source please!

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Posted in: Suga to resign; says he couldn't run for reelection and handle virus response See in context

zichiToday  05:11 pm JST

Japan, and other countries of the region, have low levels of covid deaths especially compared with European countries and American countries. There isn't some kind of government conspiracy to hide the real numbers nor is there a massive jump in monthly deaths compared with other years.

Glad to read some reasonable comments not based on fearmongers' conspiracy theory, at this time it is pretty known by researchers who are at risk of dying, and who are not, from this virus and its variants.

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