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Posted in: N Korea fires ballistic missile over Japan; some trains suspended See in context

Kishida and Biden want a war. South Korea and the US ARE staging massive war games now very close to the North.

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Posted in: Kishida pinning hopes on big-spending tourists to revive economy See in context

That will never happen.

lame duck prime minister.

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Posted in: Japan reports 49,979 new coronavirus cases See in context

What is going on in Japan? I left one month ago for the USA and life is pretty much back to normal here. Very few people wear masks or even talk about the pandemic. Seems Japan loves continuing the propaganda to keep the people in order. What else could it be?

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Posted in: Japan intervenes in currency market buying yen for dollars for first time since 1998 See in context

Just a breath of fresh air before the real storm comes. I predict 152 by years end.

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Posted in: Osaka wins first match after Saville retires with injury See in context

Yep, she can only win by default.

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Posted in: How the strong U.S. dollar can affect everyone See in context

Just wait how strong the dollar will be when Putin shuts off the gas supply in Europe this winter.

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Posted in: How the strong U.S. dollar can affect everyone See in context

People say negative things about America because they want to think their lives are better.

Spot on!

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Posted in: 'Japan’s Got Talent' coming to screens in 2023 with Japanese comedian as judge See in context

The problem is there is not enough talent in Japan to have a weekly show.

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Posted in: Japanese government shutting down its COVID contract-tracing app COCOA See in context

Because nobody used it!

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Posted in: Russian forces retreat amid Ukrainian counteroffensive See in context

They are not retreating, they are re-grouping. Just wait.

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Posted in: Japan to remove entry cap in 'not-so-distant future,' official says See in context

But will the foreigners wear masks is the 2.3billion dollar question.

No, its so 2021

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Posted in: As yen looks set to weaken, intervention seen a drop in bucket See in context

Maybe 30yen to the dollar seems about right. Get it together Japan.

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Posted in: Unification Church ex-members in Japan say they were treated like an 'economic army' See in context

About time the Japanese cleansed this cancer from the body politic and from their country, it obviously acts like a leach sucking financial blood from the people of Japan

You know that will never happen. Japanese need something to believe in. It is written in their DNA.

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Posted in: Gov't plans ¥50,000 handouts for each low-income household to fight inflation See in context

To all the low income people receiving this, you don't need to thank me personally for two decades of hard work, dedication to bettering myself, never taking holidays, being sensible with money and investing wisely. Slowly working my way up the ladder to reach a position where me and my family are stable and secure. Just take my hard earned tax money and enjoy it.

Seems like you were the one duped.

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Posted in: U.S., Japan affirm cooperation on 'any situation' amid Taiwan tension See in context

U.S., Japan affirm cooperation on 'any situation' amid Taiwan tension

Including war.

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Posted in: With Taiwan drills, Xi tries to salvage something from Pelosi visit See in context

Might

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Posted in: With Taiwan drills, Xi tries to salvage something from Pelosi visit See in context

A rehearsal is much different than the real thing. Good luck with that China. You will be fighting a country that is not afraid to use it’s military night to decimate its enemy.

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Posted in: Pelosi says U.S. will 'not allow' China to isolate Taiwan See in context

China has Taiwan in its hands, unification is imminent and the United States will be able to do nothing.

ONE CHINA is unstoppable..

Until it’s broken up into many little pieces of China. Then we will have thousands of little pieces of China. It’s all up to China. The US and her Allies will break apart China at the first launch of a missile towards Taiwan.

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Posted in: Japan reports 233,769 coronavirus cases; 37,767 in Tokyo See in context

Sven 

On what basis do you think Covid19 will indefinitely continue in waves that will continue to cause severe symptoms/death in the same percentage of people as it does now? Every pandemic in human history has 'resolved' itself in a few years and become endemic, even much deadlier viruses/bacteria... why is this one going to suddenly become far more severe in the near future and cause a complete lockdown?

because it is quite possible that this particular virus was created by humans designed to morph into version after version until the entire world is infected.

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Posted in: Maximum caution needed as COVID cases surge: Kishida See in context

I am currently at Tokyo dome for the baseball game. There are thousands of people having a party, eating hamburgers, laughing and connecting with others. They are happy and healthy. Please think about the fear the media and Government want you to be placed under. Getting on with your life is the best revenge for beating covid.

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Posted in: U.S. stunned by death of Abe; calls him champion of alliance See in context

Biden is such an honorable man worthy of respect. He loves Japan so much.

Please show us the proof.

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Posted in: Former Prime Minister Abe dies after being shot while campaigning in Nara See in context

He was not shot, he was assassinated.

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Posted in: Tokyo raises alert level amid resurgence in COVID-19 cases See in context

That is still completely incorrect, running all the risks from the infection so you can avoid those risks is not a logical solution, vaccines are better because they let you develop a comparable degree of protection without the risks of the natural infection.

Vaccinated people, as well as UN-vaccinated people, have the same chance of catching covid. Live your life and be responsible. No risk no reward.

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Posted in: Tokyo June heatwave worst since 1875 as power supply creaks under strain See in context

Drink a lot of water, you will be fine.

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Posted in: Relaxed mask usage guidelines barely spread among Japanese public See in context

Just take your mask off and be respectful of others. That's it, no more pandemic, enjoy your life.

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Posted in: Casino hub Macau launches third round of COVID testing as infections rise See in context

The vaccines were hailed as a way out of this.

Macau is over 90% "fully" vaccinated.

What happened?

What happened was vaccines don't stop you from getting covid.

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Posted in: Pfizer applies for Japanese gov't approval of booster shots for kids See in context

Why would they do that? haven't they created enough damage already?

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Posted in: Kishida, BOJ chief discuss rapid fall of yen See in context

Let it crash then start over.

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Posted in: High grain prices prompt Japanese farmers to grow wheat rather than rice See in context

well so much for gluten free.

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Posted in: China vows it will fight to the end to stop Taiwan independence See in context

China + covid = one pissed-off world. They are fighting to the end to contain Covid, but they will never be able to contain a "one China" policy regarding Taiwan.

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