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Posted in: Tokyo finds Omicron case in U.S. arrival isolating at home See in context

Wait what?

it was all over the local news a few weeks ago, that a Japanese diplomat came with it.... why putting the first case on the gaijin again?

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Posted in: China urges Japan to support Beijing Olympics See in context

"Basic faith" and "having morals" are 2 different worlds...

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Posted in: New Mazda cars will stop if driver suffers health problem See in context

Thank you Mazda, but just a bit late for the party... Daimler (Mercedes-benz) is working on it since 2015 ( I might be wrong with the year, could be longer...)

But sure it’s a good thing, as soon as the technology is out, should be on every car.

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Posted in: Osaka man arrested for scalding toddler to death with hot water See in context

A lot of information is missing here!!!

Heads up from the news:

2 times the nursery school contacted the local social authorities to report the act.

Friends of the mother contacted once (during a dinner, the boy was asking for help as good as he could (3 years old))

Neighbors contacted once.

Authorities did show up 2 times at home, to tell him to not do it... all he said: wakata (understood)

Result: After 4 horrible times that the authorities got contacted to help the little angel, and 2 show ups (for nothing) nothing... nothing properly done to safe it...

There is now a lot of anger in Osaka... especially from the person in charge of those cases!

sad...very sad!!

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Posted in: Aso repeats claim that treated Fukushima water is good to drink See in context

"one-40th of the concentration permitted under Japanese safety standards and one-seventh of the WHO's guideline for drinking water."


This is an amazing good example to show worldwide how bad "Japanese standards" are...

1/40 against a WorldWide 1/7

Economy before health, as usual in Japan!

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 213 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 917 See in context

Lol less than 2000 tests in such a huge city... yeah let’s safe the unwanted Olympics !!!

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 676 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 2,631 See in context

Only 2100 tests.... while other countries do 10’000 per day...

So it means that if 10’000 tests would be made, with this percentage, roughly 3000 cases only in tokyo....

Good game japan to save the unwanted olympics!

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,433 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 5,871 See in context

If Japan would make a real mass-testing WITHOUT having the symptoms, the numbers would reach 10x more at least...

Since the very beginning, no real testing (sorry to say it like that). They just want to show how low the numbers are in Japan.

Here? Money, economy, Olympics (which 80% of the citizens don’t want), before health...

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Posted in: Mayor in Shimane Prefecture arrested on suspicion of assaulting nurse See in context

I hope the nurse won’t lose her job... reminds me that poor politician woman outvoted to "save the image" of the city! Shameful

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Posted in: Abe says schools to reopen after spring break; remains cautious about big events See in context

While so many countries around the world are totally closing down EVERYTHING, japans takes it easy.... CONGRATULATIONS ! (Sarcastic)

Like most of you say... not watching the worldwide news, carrying about Olympic (which is good as dead, since nobody is attending)

(My political opinion is to take down Abe... to old to think about the health of the populations! I take example on Prime Minister Mr. Bettel (Luxemburg):

"I don’t care about the government money, I do care about the health of our population!")

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Posted in: Diamond Princess passenger dies, bringing ship's death toll to 7 See in context

Why hiding a Hong Kong citizen ?

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