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Posted in: China could step up armament, provocations near Senkakus, think tank warns See in context

I have never understood and will never understand WHY the world decided to give China so much money and global influence, knowing very well their ideologies and pretensions. They have been plotting moves for communism to dominate the world for the past 40 years and the whole world just got along with it.

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Posted in: Nikkei ends above 30,000 mark for 1st time in over 30 years See in context

As I've said here in April, I bought stocks in March covid crash... I was expecting to see a return by 2025, I still can't believe I have made so much money in just a few months. From a crashed market to a massive bubble in the blink of an eye. This is crazy!

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Posted in: Nikkei ends above 30,000 mark for 1st time in over 30 years See in context

Time to sell. Bubble goes ploc

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Posted in: Netflix offering full Tokyo anime school scholarships with living expense support, open to foreigners See in context

Too bad animators in Japan live below the poverty line. Jobs give no benefits, no insurance, majority have to live with other animators in community houses to cover basic expenses.

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Posted in: Woman keeps body of common-law husband in apartment for 10 months See in context

Funerals are becoming exponentially expensive. These cases often happen for fear of not being able to afford a proper funeral and person involved enters a spiral of despair ultimately unable to take any decision or action. When my time comes I will probably donate my body to science to avoid leaving my family to deal with this hurdle.

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Posted in: U.N. nuclear arms ban treaty leaves Japan in a dilemma See in context

In the name of financial profits and political "power" these politicians and their military arm threaten the future of the entire planet. The scientists who helped to develop these weapons lived the rest of their lives in depression and shame.

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Posted in: The underground 'Parthenon' protecting Tokyo from floods See in context

Mirrors Edge

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Posted in: Have you lost your job or has your income dropped because of the coronavirus? See in context

I nearly doubled my savings, bought stocks in March and April during the stock market crash. My monthly income was not affected.

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Posted in: Japan's exports, imports fall due to pandemic See in context

I believe this is just the beginning.

If China insist on not collaborating with US demands for economy recovery (and seems they will not), the world is headed towards yet another cold war.

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Posted in: Japan tightens rules on foreign stakes in 518 firms, citing national security See in context

Tencent holdings is a very alive example of the matter.

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Posted in: In Japan, pandemic brings outbreaks of bullying, ostracism See in context

"We Japanese are polite and courteous.”

I too am extraordinarily humble.

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Posted in: Lengthy school closures may be fueling internet, game addiction See in context

A culture can't be characterized as an addiction.

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Posted in: Japan passes ¥25.69 trillion emergency budget See in context

But they said the virus wasn't a serious concern and the Olympics could follow as planned. Why is an emergency budget required now?!

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Posted in: Armed U.S. protesters enter Michigan capitol to demand lockdown end See in context

What happens when the enemy is something invisible your guns can't shoot dead...

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Posted in: Tokyo governor asks residents to grocery shop only every 3 days See in context

and you should step a foot at a time.

Left, right, left, right...

And you also can only breath when she says so.

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Posted in: 'Bohemian Rhapsody' screenwriter hired for Whitney Houston biopic See in context

The reinvention of music video clips zzz

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Posted in: G20 countries agree on debt freeze for world's poorest countries See in context

Who are these "private creditors"

The Federal Reserve and the International Monetary Foundation.

They are all private, not owned by USA's government. They tell the Treasury how many dollars should be printed.

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Posted in: Abe declares nationwide state of emergency over virus spread See in context

In February I said here people who were positive to C19 was eating at restaurants and posting on Instagram, and I for one would quarantine myself...

Some readers replied like I was a fool, yeah I wish I was wrong.

If the mutation found in India is true it means this virus won't have a definitive vaccine and this is just the beginning.

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Posted in: IMF: Global economy will suffer worst year since Depression See in context

If Warren Buffett taught the world anything it is that this is one in a lifetime opportunity to enter the stock market as an investor.

If the world doesn't end, around 2025 the investment from now will turn into huge profits. If the world ends you won't have to care about the lost money anyway.

Since March 23 I have moved over 60% of my patrimony from savings account to shares.

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Posted in: Fujifilm starts Avigan trial to treat coronavirus See in context

This virus is destroying society.

I can't stand hearing and reading about it 24/7 anymore. Please let a cure be real and let us all move on from this burden.

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Posted in: Investors look to 2008 for guidance on when to jump back in See in context

They should at 1929 instead.

Welcome to The Great Depression 2.0!

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Posted in: Stop the clock: Japan wakes up to reality of Olympics postponement See in context

Now all hidden cases will gradually appear, who would've guessed..

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Posted in: Doubts growing in Japan over Tokyo Olympics See in context

Must stop looking at money invested for a moment.

If anyone, just a single one soul, dies from this virus in middle of Olympics games then both IOC and Japan will be shamed by the whole world watching.

Don't do this.

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Posted in: Experts foresee Tokyo Games without spectators if virus lingers See in context

They are trying to save those $28 billion at all costs even if it costs people's lives.

They are very aware that mass public events right now should be forbidden, but they want to save the investment not the people.

Meanwhile US is releasing $50 billion to fight infections, the Federal Reserve is injecting $1,5 trillion dollars trying to save the stock market right now in panic because if this virus and Japan think these $28 billion are too much to let until the day they figure out a much more expensive bill is coming for neglecting the risk mass public events represent.

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Posted in: 'Final Fantasy VII Remake' demo goes live See in context

This game will be fully released only around 2024~2025.

When they call it "definitive edition", that's when I will buy.

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Posted in: Canceling Tokyo Olympics would cut Japan GDP growth by 1.4%: estimate See in context

This virus is very dangerous for elderly, which Japan have plenty.

Not cancelling public events is irresponsible specially when the concern is money.

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Posted in: S Korea protests over Japan's virus travel restrictions See in context

These people refusing to cancel the Olympics are delusional and irresponsible.

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Posted in: Australian politician calls for immediate review of all anime due to depictions of 'child abuse' See in context

The man is just speaking the truth.

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Posted in: Japan reports 3rd cruise ship passenger death; 57 more infected See in context

And some fools still believe "this is just a flu".

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Posted in: Japan's yen may lose status as safe-haven asset amid virus spread See in context

@umbrella this article calling it a "safe heaven" literally made me laugh.

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