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Posted in: FBI director raises national security concerns about TikTok See in context

All it takes is for quick perusal of TikTok's privacy policy and terms of service - which apparently nobody has time for - to realize what you're getting yourself and your kids into when you sign up:

"Collect certain information about the device you use to access the platform, such as your IP address, user region, user agent, mobile carrier, time zone settings, identifiers for advertising purpose, model of your device, the device system, network type, device IDs, your screen resolution and operating system, app and file names and types."

TikTok also has access to users' keystrokes, which means they know every thing you type.

Before reading these t's&c's, most probably would have dismissed all of this as some sort of wild conspiracy theory. But when it comes to TikTok and Chinese Communist Party, turns out the difference between a conspiracy theory and the truth is around about 5 minutes.

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Posted in: Sagawa, who killed woman, ate her flesh in Paris in 1981, dies at 73 See in context

Hopefully there's a special place in Hell reserved for this freak.

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Posted in: Apple Music reveals top music in 2022 and listener charts See in context

Apple Music is for people who prefer Pepsi over Coke, Vimeo over YouTube, and use American Express cards instead of Visa.

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Posted in: Sociologist Shinji Miyadai seriously injured in campus attack See in context

I'm no super sleuth, but this seems beyond the usual "I was drunk and don't remember a thing" / "I was stressed out from work" / "I was unable to control my sexual desire" -type incidents.

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Posted in: Progressives returned for third term in Australia's Victoria state See in context

Victorians can't stomach the lunatic fringe, and their deranged lies

Fact check: The Lunatic Fringe won Melbourne, Prahran, Brunswick and Richmond in a "greenslide."

https://www.9news.com.au/national/victoria-election-2022-greens-leader-takes-victory-of-key-innermelbourne-seats/b9e15449-c552-4f35-b5c7-81784e0a84fc

Great, now your kids can look forward to failing their school exams because they didn't "acknowledge the 'traditional custodians' of the land" in their opening remarks.

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Posted in: Progressives returned for third term in Australia's Victoria state See in context

There's nothing wrong with traditional Labor Party values. But everything is wrong with Dan Andrew's values.

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Posted in: Progressives returned for third term in Australia's Victoria state See in context

Indeed, how dare a govt try to protect its electorate. 

Disgraceful how low they have sunk.

Were you there when Dan Andrews circumvented the Constitution under bogus "emergency powers" to shut interstate borders, forced you to stay indoors for 23 hours a day and prohibited you from travelling further than 5km from your home?

Were you there when he forced an unscientific, irresponsible, one-size-fits-all "no jab no job" policy on workers without any consideration to their health and family medical history, even when other governments around the world had long dropped such measures?

Were you there when Dan Andrews was so concerned about "protecting your safety" that people didn't get to see their own parents buried, weren't able to enter hospitals to see their own children being born, and mass-missed cancer appointments?

Yes, Dan Andrews was so concerned about "protecting the health" of you and your electorate that he was more than willing to punish you physically, mentally and financially to protect it.

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Posted in: Progressives returned for third term in Australia's Victoria state See in context

Also, if you define "progressive" by finding ways to subvert national security to sell off Victoria under mass infrastructure projects to the Chinese Communist Party (Belt & Road initiative), then yes, I suppose he is "progressive."

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Posted in: Progressives returned for third term in Australia's Victoria state See in context

Usually, being behind the world's longest lockdown, a mandatory vaccination policy, and corrupt backroom deals with militant union chiefs would spell the end of one's leadership, but this demonstrates just how low we have sunk.

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Posted in: City employee kills wild boar with spear on elementary school grounds See in context

Japanese aren't cruel to animals.

Are you living in a bubble? Visit any regional festival or amusement park and laugh and applaud like the locals at the monkey with a leash around its neck being forced to jump through hoops. Drop in to your local dog run during the middle of summer and fawn over how cute the dogs are in their fashionable hats and pet jackets as they hyperventilate in their unnatural garb. Go to Taiji during their dolphin drives and watch how they're slaughtered. Or join the whalers in harpooing whales and, as they slowly bleed to death, justifying it because "Japanese culture."

Add to this their outdated methods of dealing with animal enroachment and yes, Japan as a society in general are cruel to animals, whether they intend to be or not.

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Posted in: City employee kills wild boar with spear on elementary school grounds See in context

Let me guess, you are vegan. This is a wild animal, and often times they need to be culled

Great, the assumption game. I wonder how many we could make about you? I'm not vegan and that shouldn't have anything to do with this cyclical response to dealing with animal encroachment from a so-called developed nation that needs to hold itself to a higher standard.

I agree there are certain animals that need to be culled, which is why I support sustainable hunting in places like Hokkaido where the overpopulation of yezo sika deer can have devastating consequences on ecological structure.

because they come into areas where people are living and cause damage and sometimes injury and death.

So they need to be stabbed to death because they should know better? Spoiler alert: they don't, hence the argument for tranquilization and relocation like any modern, morally developed nation does.

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Posted in: City employee kills wild boar with spear on elementary school grounds See in context

People injured by a panicked, distressed wild boar? A reasonable response would be to tranquilize and relocate it. A third-world immoral response would be for some pencil-neck from city hall to maximize its suffering by slashing at it with a sharp blade.

The character of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated. This just shows how behind Japan is in its moral progress.

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Posted in: More than one in three Japanese working women in survey would rather be housewives See in context

This must be so frustrating for Western feminists who decry the so-called lack of opportunities for women in Japan. "Why are only 1% of women in (insert employment role here)?!" etc etc.

Statistics such as these suggest, perhaps, Japanese women just aren't interested.

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Posted in: Honda to begin sales of all-new ZR-V SUV in April 2023 See in context

Q: What do you call a normal car with slightly larger than standard wheels in 2022?

A: An SUV.

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Posted in: Big Pharma may have to reveal government deals in WHO's draft pandemic rules See in context

Big Pharma and governments need to be held accountable for their handling of the pandemic and assisting them with blocking non-FDA-approved drugs that were clearly shown to be working, to push a vaccine-only solution at all costs and to curtail and play down anything else deliberately.

The vaccines largely failed, as they predicted to do by virologist Dr Geert Vanden Boorche when, more than 2 years ago, he warned WHO not to vaccinate everyone but to only focus on the elderly and those with severe comorbidities.

The latest death tolls are evidence that our public health officials did not follow the science and worse, doubled down on pushing a vaccine-only response which should never have been the only method of attacking covid.

The data continues to roll in as it always has been right from the start:

Median age of a covid death is 83.1 years of age;

Natural immunity outlasts vaccine by more than 3 times the efficacy duration, the latter according to Pfizer themselves, begins waning at 3 months;

Recent study shows heart inflammation at the rate 1 in 43 in vaccinated teenagers;

FDA wanted 75 years to release Pfizer trial data;

Pfizer cut the trial period short and removed 1000's from the study with no explanation;

Low Vitamin D levels associated with a 4x's the higher death rate. 63% of those with severe covid outcomes had low Vitamin D levels.

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Posted in: Xi spat with Trudeau lays bare China's frayed ties with Canada See in context

After speaking publicly about his admiration for communist China, Justin would be crying into his poutine over this Xi snub.

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Posted in: Djokovic to get visa for 2023 Australian Open: reports See in context

"Safe & Effective"

Australian Minister for Health and Aged Care, Greg Hunt.

"All vaccines are safe"

Victorian Deputy Premier James Merlino.

"The vaccine stops transmission"

Victorian Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton.

Perhaps it's time for Australian politicians, medical professionals, media and general public to apologise to the unvaccinated. Then again, what would I know - I'm just an "anti-vaxxer conspiracy theorist."

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Posted in: Florida's DeSantis re-elected, but key U.S. midterm races still undecided See in context

The reality is, the Left or the Right aren’t going to save you but will only further enslave you to this fabricated paradigm that serves corrupted power over anything else.

Why your continued belief in authority as we roll from crisis to crisis proves and highlights this… along with your conditioned bias that continues to sit there playing sides and the blame game as those crises roll out.

The truth is… Any person that says this side is doing this or that while the other isn’t is under full blown mind control, and it’s that deluded ignorance within that is your one and only true enemy as it manipulated, preyed upon and hijacked by power.

Put simply… you are the primary problem on this planet as you believe in their confected stories and don’t look for real solutions and the growth of all, and especially the systems that govern our lives.

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Posted in: Japan reports 66,397 new coronavirus cases See in context

Going strong on a total of 0 vaccines and 0 boosters. Getting Covid was the equivalent to the mildest of any sore throat I've ever had. Meanwhile, after contracting the virus, my vaccinated and boosted acquaintances suffered symptoms far worse than I and the handful of others I know who chose to prioritize their health and natural immunity. Must be a coincidence.

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Posted in: China posts 6-month high COVID count as it sticks with strategy See in context

Anybody who questions the mainstream narrative coming from the Chinese media is immediately labelled a misinformation agent.

Sound familar?

The Chinese Communist Party puts a gag on all medical and associated medical practitioners by threatening them with punitive actions if they don't stick to the official narrative on vaccinations, masks, and various lockdown measures.

Also sound familiar?

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Posted in: Tokyo trains ask people to refrain from wearing Halloween costumes that may scare other passengers See in context

Classic Japanese subjectivity. How are we supposed to know what makes particular individuals feel "uneasy"? Does, say, having a beard and being muscular make people feel uneasy?

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Posted in: Japan temporarily closes Haiti embassy as security worsens See in context

Jay,they were the first to liberate, themselves from colonial rules,you have a problem with that

Yes I absolutely have a problem with the indiscriminate murder of people based on race, and even more so when those massacred were on the same side of the previously oppressed.

Do you not have a problem with that?

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Posted in: Japan temporarily closes Haiti embassy as security worsens See in context

Of course, all of this started with the Haiti Massacre of 1804, when Jean-Jacques Dessalines ordered the indiscriminate bloody massacre of all white Haitians, despite the majority of whom being openly in opposition to the rule of King Louis XIV and highly sympathetic to the anti-slavery movement.

Good luck finding any of that in any modern woke-plagued history books, but regardless, for the nation that still worships Dessalines as some sort of noble hero, such utter calamity should come as no surprise.

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Posted in: Couple arrested for abusing 7-month-old child See in context

Every child deserves parents but clearly not every parent deserves children.

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Posted in: Ralph Macchio writes of embracing his 'Karate Kid' persona See in context

Let's be honest, Karate Kid II's Tamlyn Tomita was the catalyst behind the first influx of dorky male Japanophiles in the mid-1980s.

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Posted in: Japan reports 43,555 new coronavirus cases See in context

How many of those 68 deaths are attributed to "of" Covid and not "with". Apparently, it’s OK for the government to conflate cases admitted to hospital with COVID and cases admitted because of COVID to “prove” how devastating COVID is.

Case in point, you break a leg, go to the hospital and get tested, you test positive for COVID but didn’t know you had it.

= you were hospitalized due to COVID.

You develop acute sepsis/go to ICU

= you are now in ICU due to COVID.

You pass away from sepsis

= you are now classified as a COVID death.

Misrepresentation, cherry picking, making claims without a valid reference source or citation and spinning the narrative are all used by the authorities. How hard is it to wake up and just move on?

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Posted in: 5 killed in North Carolina shooting; gunman arrested See in context

Terrible news, but what about in inner city Chicago, where three "people of color" shot by other "people of color," yesterday, the day before, and the day before that. 

Perhaps such statistics don't quite fit the narrative.

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Posted in: Japan's loosening of COVID-19 entry restrictions may keep citizens wearing masks See in context

Edit: They might be safe (We are currently here)

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Posted in: Japan's loosening of COVID-19 entry restrictions may keep citizens wearing masks See in context

Let's see what have we learned from heavily-masked populations over 2022.

They prevent infection (Nope).

They prevent transmission (Nope).

They prevent deaths (Nope).

They prevent ICU admission (Nope).

They prevent hospitalization (Nope).

They are effective (Nope).

They might be safe (

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Posted in: Japan's loosening of COVID-19 entry restrictions may keep citizens wearing masks See in context

The time has come for us to stop being dictated to by society's most afraid and illogical.

It's time for them to get their heads out of that two and a half year fear bubble and try thinking clearly and objectively for a change.

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