Henry Montag comments

Posted in: Virus rules tightened in province near Beijing See in context

Combined with the fact that the CCP shot itself in the foot over banning the import of Australian coal leading to people freezing and rationing electicity, you have to forgive me for mistaking the CCP's antics as a comedy.

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Posted in: 53 Hong Kong pro-democracy figures arrested See in context

I came here to see the CCP agents downvote everybody's posts.

And they didn't disappoint

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Posted in: Tokyo reports record high 1,591 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 6,001 See in context

You gotta pump those numbers up. Those are rookie numbers

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Posted in: Please refrain from making Evangelion fan porn, anime studio officially asks See in context


Oh wait, you're serious. Let me laugh even harder.


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Posted in: ALT asked to remove earrings by local education board See in context

Why did the BOE get the principal of the school to talk to the ALT about it?

From experience, schools usually have their own policies on this sort of thing. If the school in question specifically had a problem with the earrings, they could have easily mentioned it to the ALT, and it could have ended right there and then. I can only assume based on this article that school had no problem with it all.

This smacks of the BOE overreaching in this case, and should have butt out, unless the school felt the need to escalate it to BOE if initial talks with the ALT failed.

Even if the BOE turns out to be the wrong in this case, don't hold your breath for an apology. Can't have them losing face by admitting they gone goofed up.

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Posted in: No. of foreign visitors to Japan in November more than doubles October figure See in context

Guess you havent been keeping up with the news much. There are reports from numerous countries, that China may NOT have been the starting point of the virus, as cases have been found in Italy and other countries, that predate the outbreak from Wuhan by 3 to 4 months.

I saw those reports too, and noticed that those claims are being reported by state owned media outlets.

The CCP is doing everything to dodge blame. I believe the commies blamed the US and Italy twice each, then blamed India just recently.

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Posted in: Man who forced plane to land in Japan by refusing to wear mask continues stance at hotel See in context

What is the cure for such disorders? Beatings

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Posted in: China's top diplomat arrives in Japan amid regional tensions See in context

Look what China did to the world...Have we forgot already?

Yep, and I'm sure I'm not the only one who knew this was going to happen.

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Posted in: Why do you think there have been no known coronavirus clusters reported at pachinko parlors? See in context

Because snitches get stitches

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Posted in: YouTube to remove COVID vaccine misinformation See in context

Does this mean they'll be going after any YouTuber who refers to covid as the CCP virus? Pretty sure YouTube is demonetising those channels anyway

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Posted in: India becomes pandemic's 2nd worst-hit country after U.S. See in context

Oh no. Anyway...

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Posted in: Book Off running low on books; begs customers to sell them books See in context

No, I don't think I will

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Posted in: PM candidate Suga: A stern enforcer who does 100 sit-ups daily See in context


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Posted in: 'Thrones' creators join 'Star Wars' director for Netflix series See in context

Rian Johnson actually directed the best Star Wars film since Empire

Is that bait I see?

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Posted in: Man arrested for groping woman in station; says he’ll only talk to female police officers See in context

“I love women from my very core. I will only talk to a woman.”

Sounds like something a simp would say.

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Posted in: Australian state reinstates restrictions after spike in coronavirus cases See in context

Maybe Andrews can go beg to his Chinese masters to save his state. It's no secret that he's a 共匪

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Posted in: Ruling bloc to urge gov't to retain April start for academic year See in context

@Japantime I don't get why you're being downvoted to oblivion, considering Australia doesn't follow this system either. They start around end of January/early Feb until around mid December.

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Posted in: Australian PM calls for economic overhaul to fuel post COVID-19 recovery See in context

The government should also look in to ways to reduce it's reliance on China. Maybe the Federal Government should give the Vic Premier a serious kick up the bum for starters. Then there's the University of Queensland among other things...

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Posted in: Ending coronavirus emergency raises hope, sparks some concern See in context

Wow. Kylo Ren really let himself go.

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Posted in: 'Corona fatigue' taking its toll in many ways See in context

A lot of things are bad but I don't think they are worse than being a stiff in a pine box six feet under.

You don't need to worry about how you'll pay for food or rent without any income when you're six feet under.

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Posted in: China offers farmers cash to give up wildlife trade See in context

But I thought the CCP said that there's on such thing as wet markets. Now they're admitting that such things exist?

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Posted in: Chinese city fighting biggest coronavirus outbreak tightens travel curbs See in context

Enough with the China bashing. Every country underreports.

Maybe, but unlike China, most other countries' governments won't make you disappear if you call them out on it.

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Posted in: Australia calls for independent probe into WHO and global virus response See in context


But China needs the raw materials. It is not easy to replace Australia as supplier, and if it does, other buyers are created automatically on the world market. The situation is not as one-sided as you make out to be.

Australia is so worried about the possibility of China finding a new supplier, and there are surely countries out there who will gladly take Australia's place as one of China's biggest supplier, that I'm concerned Australia will not show a backbone to China/CCP after all this blows over. Australians are sick of China's influence on the country, yet they keep voting for politicians who continue to sell us out to China.

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Posted in: Australia calls for independent probe into WHO and global virus response See in context

Australian leadership = Trumps poodles.

Hardly. If anything, Australian leadership has been the CCP's poodles, and this has been going for years.

Australia calling for an independent probe in to the WHO, but refuse to reconsider their funding to the WHO - seems like nothing but hollow words.

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Posted in: Koike urges Tokyo residents to stay at home at weekend See in context

Right after everyone went out to hanami? Gasp, I never would've guessed.

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Posted in: WHO declares coronavirus crisis a pandemic See in context

I see China has finally given the WHO permission to declare this a pandemic.

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

He's from South Australia.

So is former SA Attorney General Michael Atkinson. Coincidence?

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Posted in: Angry confrontation breaks out after man coughs on Yamanote Line train in Tokyo See in context

the man on the right can be heard telling the man, in no uncertain terms, to stop what he’s doing

Stop coughing. My goodness, what an idea. Why didn't I think of that?

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