FtGuy2017 comments

Posted in: McDonald’s Japan changing ingredients in Chicken McNuggets See in context

Are they not preparing for such of ingredient replacement actually...pushed by guess who?


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Posted in: Vaccine misinformation spawns 'pure blood' movement See in context

As long as we have an unvaccinated group, we will be able to study and compare.

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Posted in: Ukraine urges Australian Open to ban Djokovic's father from attending See in context

Fascist regimes must be in an extreme panic that they now have to ban visitors for showing up with their own flag during a sporting event thinking this will cancel their presence, besides, does not Ukraine govt have a major corruption problem to resolve before acting as the ultimate morality god of the world?

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Posted in: UK gov't seeks stronger powers to stop disruptive protests See in context

Someone said that you have to fight for your rights, western democracies are obviously full speed on repression and suppression of rights.

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Posted in: China officially reports first COVID deaths in weeks as virus wave swells See in context

And If not enough, this one will finish the job once it will "escape" labs one more time...


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Posted in: Pandemic treaty plans thrashed out at WHO See in context

WHO should be renamed Bill & Melinda Health Corp or be independent by cutting finance from any Medical Lobbying Group.


The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation currently funds just over 12% of the World Health Organization’s operations, making it the second biggest donor to the WHO after the U.S. If the United States permanently withdraws funding, the foundation would become the largest single donor. The Gavi Alliance, a public-private partnership that supports vaccine development, is the WHO's next-largest donor, just ahead of the U.K. The Gates Foundation has given Gavi $4 billion since launching it in 1999.

In 2014 the WHO's then-director general, Dr. Margaret Chan, acknowledged that “my budget is highly earmarked, so it is driven by what I call donor interests.” However, the WHO is formally controlled under a UN charter by the World Health Assembly, composed of delegates from sovereign nations, who pay assessments and elect the director general.

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Posted in: Japan lifts ban on automated drone flights over residential areas See in context


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Posted in: Japan lifts ban on automated drone flights over residential areas See in context

As an added bonus, that same drone can alert the authorities if you're on your balcony in violation of lockdown orders.

Like they do in China.

Not only China, France too used drones to chase people violating the lockdown.

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Posted in: Lower house OKs ¥21 trillion supplementary budget See in context

The printer goes Brrrrr = money loses value = inflation takes off to the moon = the same pattern as the BCE.

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Posted in: How climate change affects health See in context

Grow more trees and greens plants all over the planet and let nature do the job, Photosynthesis is the process by which plants use sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide to create oxygen and energy in the form of sugar, guess we need oxygen right? So we need co2!

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Posted in: Biden says missile that killed two in Poland may not have come from Russia See in context

I am questioning the ethic here to post news without verifying the fact, then totally replace it with something else without any mention.

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Posted in: U.S. keeps Japan, 6 other economies on currency watch list See in context

Other countries can do the same and the US should not interfere where it is not their business (literally spearing).

Sure, they'll give a call to UK to do the dirty job.

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Posted in: Tokyo dept store praised for refusing entry to costumed Halloween revelers See in context

As matter of fact as it is, the move has been widely praised online, with many leaving comments saying they hoped PARCO's attitude toward the massive street party would spread to other local businesses as well:

Praised by many? Only 5 comments on that tweet, what a joke...

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Posted in: Yahoo! Japan won’t let anyone post comments without providing a phone number See in context

Yahoo is getting a lot of traction in Japan through their Paypay.

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Posted in: Yahoo! Japan won’t let anyone post comments without providing a phone number See in context

The phone number requirement follows the creation last month of the Japan Fact-Check Center, an NPO largely funded by Yahoo! and Google and run by scholars and journalists with the goal of curbing misinformation online, especially with regards to COVID-19 and the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Are Gafa turning into the ministry of truth in Japan? Who is going to check that they are not spreading propaganda instead of facts? Is money deciding now what is the only truth?

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Posted in: Japan reports 15,372 new coronavirus cases See in context

The 30 million or so Japanese that haven't been vaccinated seem to be doing just fine as well.

Of course, all the thousands of people getting positive every day and reported here are defacto vaccinated by the latest variant of the virus or by a combination of different variants if they are exposed to them.

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Posted in: BOJ chief stays course on ultralow rate policy despite sharp yen drop See in context

Like if he had a choice...

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Posted in: Russia unleashes biggest attacks in Ukraine in months See in context

The horror of civilians killed during military operations during recent wars :


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Posted in: Child virus infections in Japan remain high amid low vaccination rates See in context

What about stopping spreading opinions and being wise enough to wait for the trial test to be completed by February 8th 2024 before stating what was safe and what was not?


Btw, "independent" researchers will access the trial protocol data only 2 years after the study will be completed, so around 2026, there cannot be any trusted peer-reviewed studies written before independent researchers can access the full study data.


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Posted in: Epic CEO says Apple, Google must be stopped from monopoly abuse See in context

and monopoly censorship too.

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Posted in: Times Square is back open on New Year's Eve — with vax proof See in context

Thanks to people putting their health at risk jumping into the unknown for the next coming years, helping the medical corporation to grow and gather data, and, for doing it for free while getting no reward other than a few months of pseudo-protection at best at every injection.

In the meantime....


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Posted in: Tokyo, other areas lift restrictions on eateries amid virus resurgence worries See in context

A government experiment using proof of COVID-19 vaccination or negative virus test results was conducted Monday at eateries in Osaka city's Minami district, with customers showing their proof being allowed to sit in groups of five or more per table.

That is not fully correct, not just testing in Osaka city, apparently, it is also now applicable in some restaurants since 25th here in Tokyo, like for example this Sushi restaurant in Hibya (see link below) which does require already to check your proof of vaccine if you are more than 4, I cannot imagine the owner will be doing discrimination by the vaccine and having random staff checking our (still) private medical information without being greenlighted by the government or having some laws allowing them to do it.


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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


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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