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Posted in: Japan reports 95,308 new coronavirus cases See in context

Just remember : "the japanese model defeated the covid" in 2020

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Posted in: England rushes to discharge hospital patients to ease bed shortage crisis See in context

Time to remember about the red bus proclaiming the Brexit would fund NHS enough.

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Posted in: Japan aims to remove daily arrival cap in October to spur tourism See in context

Japan missed its opportunity with tourism.

Now, with global inflation esp. air tickets, they may not find millions of tourists eager to spend their savings in a trip to Japan.

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Posted in: Japan ranks 116th in 2022 gender gap report, worst among G7 See in context

It will be interesting to see where Japan ranks world wide? I can't even imagine.

Just Google it !


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Posted in: Vienna ranked world's most liveable city; Osaka 10th See in context

Unfortunately, Austria, like Germany, hasn't good food : mostly sausages, cabbage and popatoes.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 2,335 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 20,680 See in context

Almost no-one then: approximately 0.000018% of the population.

True if 100% of the population was tested.

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Posted in: Japan test tour by 4 Thai people canceled after COVID infection See in context

When you test, you find ... it's just we don't apply the same procedure to tourists and local population ...

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Posted in: Cancer patients seek damages from Fukushima nuclear plant See in context

According to this schedule, the covid lawsuit will start in 2031 for the j-gov

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 3,573 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 37,438 See in context

You have got to be kidding me. Talk about spin. Seriously, who do you think you’re fooling? That alarming 50% increase is 1 person! One!!

After years of announcements from the J-Gov about good numbers and trends based on ridiculous tests amount, i don't see why the opposite pattern isn't legit now.

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Posted in: Macron re-elected French president after far-right battle See in context

Emmanuel Macron 54.69%, Marine Le Pen on 45.31%

Why manipulating the numbers in favor of Le Pen ?

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 6,713 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 47,131 See in context

None of the comments here are anti vax or saying that restrictions should be thrown out of the window, your argument is a strawman

it's just because you don't know the history of some here

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 6,776 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 47,899 See in context

So, very few in critical condition. That's that main story.

that's the main narrative now since the "Japan model has beaten the coronavirus" is outdated.

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Posted in: Japan's population down 644,000 in 2021; biggest drop on record See in context

I don't see the link between demographics and border controls here since Japan is not known for welcoming foreign residents.

It's just a trend which has stages.

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Posted in: Japan's greenhouse gas emissions decrease for 7th straight year See in context

Offshoring polluting industries in the neighbouring countries is green washing.

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Posted in: Japan confirms 1st case of Omicron XE variant in airport arrival See in context

Testing more at arrivals in the airports helps the government narrative that the problem is foreigners and it should keep the borders closed.

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Posted in: Dollar rises to highest level against yen since June 2015; stocks fall See in context

that will be economically compensated by increase of tourism ... wait ...

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Posted in: Russia acknowledges significant troop losses in Ukraine See in context

They are preparing the public opinion to the real death numbers.

As reminder, the Afghanistan war stopped, partially, because of the russian mothers having enough not seeing their sons back alive while USSR claimed everything was going well.

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Posted in: Japan to phase out Russian coal imports See in context

Coal, oil, gaz should be abandonned anyway.

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Posted in: Hayashi returns from Poland with 20 Ukrainians See in context

20 only ?

Selected on what criteria ?

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Posted in: Japan lists 7 items for supply action over current Russia dependence See in context

Seems nuclear energy would be the best solution for most of the problems ... once again.

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Posted in: 3 hospitals hit as Russian forces intensify siege of Ukraine cities See in context


you already know the answers you want to have to your questions. No need to lose our time with you trying to explain some military facts and Putin's propaganda.

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Posted in: 3 hospitals hit as Russian forces intensify siege of Ukraine cities See in context

Pathetic people implying we have to choose side when innocents are killed.

We should all be on humanity side.

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Posted in: Japan imposes more sanctions on Russia, Belarus See in context

Vlad said once in the past the sanctions are ineffective and have the opposite effect, citing the example of North Korea that keeps standing.

Russians had 30 years of western relationships they won't go back to a soviet system whereas north korean never experienced that.

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Posted in: Japan imposes more sanctions on Russia, Belarus See in context

Modern wars aren't only on the battlefield.

Russian strategies are outdated.

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Posted in: From banking to sports to vodka, Russia's isolation grows See in context

Another drumbeat article. It is scary to see how the whole political and media establishment has now unified on the "Putinman bad" narrative.

Open your History book at the year 1938.

At that time, we didn't want to ear the "bad man" narrative.

This angry little guy with big guns want to reunite with his german fellows claiming they are persecuted ?

Ok, let him do, what can happen ?

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Posted in: Japan considering sanctions on Belarus over its support for Russian invasion of Ukraine See in context

Oh Japan please keep quiet you've got more to lose than to gain here and everyone knows you're a mouthpiece for the US.

You let Russia do, China will follow and they Japan will have a lot to lose.

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Posted in: Quiet night in Ukraine capital as Russia's military advances slowed See in context

Belarus about to send troops in. Putin is a complete and utter liar.

If Putin needs Belarus troops, it shows how amateur this invasion was.

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Posted in: Kishida announces more sanctions against Russia See in context

While SUNCTION may cause some financial harm but it will NOT stop Russia, it did not in 2008, it did not in 2014, and it will not in 2022.

Definitively not the same level of sanctions. But i guess you didn't care reading and comparing in detail before posting.

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Posted in: Japan to impose sanctions on Russia over Ukraine crisis See in context

Why does japan need to get involved in this thing? It's not your fight...Nobody cares about your "sanctions" anyways, you'll only create enemies.

Did it come to your mind that Japan has a territory conflict with Russia and is military supported by the US for all regional disputes ?


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Posted in: Japan condemns Russia's move as violation of Ukraine sovereignty See in context

Also see Ukraine map in 1917

we can constantly reshape the borders if we look back in History. When do we stop ? Are we allowed to consider the roman empire ?

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