Jeremy Rigby comments

Posted in: Woman causes disturbance at airport; body of daughter found in home See in context

It's sad they both didn't get help in time.

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Posted in: N Korea fumes at Japanese report on first lady's past See in context

More of the story was available in western newspapers a couple of weeks ago including that they were executed in front of their families and then the families were all moved off to prison camps. Very sad and if true why aren't Western countries and the UN taking a stance?

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Posted in: Tokyo governor contradicts PM's claim that Fukushima is 'under control' See in context

What leak? The ground water leak from the reactor pool....the steaming puddle of water.....and or I like the way they said 'may'....

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Posted in: TEPCO apologizes for getting Abe's name wrong during his visit to Fukushima See in context

Who picked up the mistake?

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Posted in: M5.3 quake rocks Fukushima; Tokyo feels shake See in context

I wonder if it could either be a lie or they shut their eyes so's they could say nothing out of the ordinary was observed. I would feel a lot more confident if an individual foreign observation team was employed.

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Posted in: High costs keep gov't focus on nuclear power See in context

If there is another disaster what would the government say if they push ahead and restart the reactors? How in the face of Fukushima could they even consider this. I hope the people of Japan and the broader International community band together and say NO.

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Posted in: Steam seen rising from Fukushima reactor: TEPCO See in context

Stream and a steaming puddle of water and no problems at the crippled nuclear reactor....Then it must just be run off from the local onsen center. Boiled eggs anybody?

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Posted in: 'Lighten up,' French magazine tells Japan after Fukushima cartoon complaint See in context

They just need to keep raising the safe limits till it's safe again. All under control.

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Posted in: Death row inmate hanged; 6th execution since Abe became PM See in context

Crime and executions are both rising? I'm confused as I thought it was meant to be a deterant.

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Posted in: TEPCO finds high radiation in Fukushima groundwater See in context

Mmmm, will it be a 10,000 or 20000 year frozen barrier? What happens when it melts?

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Posted in: Record radiation readings seen near Fukushima water tanks See in context

I am stunned to think the government is not be completly involved in the clean up and why or how every expert across the globe has not been called upon. They must be called upon to help clean this mess up before its too late. Mother Nature is not happy and today's earth quake should be a timely reminder.

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Posted in: NRA says tainted water may have to be released into ocean See in context

The best quick fix in this disaster is realizing that we as a race have let this happen and now we will all be paying the price for generations to come.

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Posted in: TEPCO president apologizes to Fukushima fishermen See in context

Tepco management need to show the World how safe the seafood is by including it in their lunches and dinners on a daily basis...

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Posted in: Radioactive groundwater under Fukushima plant nears sea See in context

I think the reactor is simply overreacting like TEPCO. I think the reactor should simply accept TEPCO's deeply sincere appology and stop trying to capture attention of busy people and accept the coomon belief of most people that it is simply not there problem so why should they care? I think it is sad that our children chidrens children and so will think differently. What right do any of us have to leave this and or other future nuclear problems to future generations? Ok I know theanswe, everyone with power is to tied up sharing the Olympic dream.

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Posted in: Nuclear crisis won't affect Games bid, says Tokyo gov; Abe to attend IOC vote See in context

Fingers crossed there is not another earth quake.

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Posted in: Radioactive water from Fukushima plant may have reached sea See in context

It may have reached the ocean? Is it that the radiation levels are so high they don't know where it's going? I can't understand why they are nor utilizing every group in the world to sort this mess out. If its money they could save millions by cutting the whaling program for a start.

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Posted in: 10 workers exposed to radiation at Fukushima nuclear plant See in context

Japan unveiled its biggest warship since World War II on Tuesday, a $1.2 billion helicopter carrier...I wonder if the displaced, still homeless and jobless victims of Fukushima are celebrating...

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Posted in: Japan's national debt tops Y1,000 trillion See in context

If more cared more would vote. I have met many who simply say my vote will not make a difference but that is simply wrong.If they want to change they all have to change.

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Posted in: TEPCO admits radioactive cesium in water flowing into Fukushima plant See in context

It is and will always be a problem, lie or no lie , it's not going to go away cleaning just shifts the waste to other locations. The only thing that we can hope for is that it doesn't get worse.

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Posted in: Farmers resume planting rice near crippled Fukushima site See in context

I hope that this move is not farmed on lies. Sadly radiation does not forget, a half life will always leave a half life.

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Posted in: NRA chief: We will never surrender our guns See in context

I'm just happy to be Australian. Can we buy guns? Yes. Do most buy guns? No. I think that's a better way to be.

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Posted in: Man arrested over murder of 72-year-old father See in context

Yes a tragedy, however is somebody not innocent until proven guilty and that will be for a court to decide.

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Posted in: 2 inmates hanged, bringing number of executions to 5 under Abe See in context

If Judges, Police, Lawyers and people that celebrate the death of a death row person knew they would be executed for executing a later proven innocent person would their judgments be different? Because history has proven innocent people have been and continue to be executed! I am proud that constitutionally capital punishment can never be introduced into Australia again!

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Posted in: Australia to tackle Japan on whaling at U.N. world court See in context

Fukushima. Is that not reason enough for Japan to stop its massive money waisting Scientific research?

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Posted in: 28 injured after drunk group discharges spray in train See in context

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Posted in: 28 injured after drunk group discharges spray in train See in context

So trains have security cameras yet?

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Posted in: Japan executes three death-row inmates See in context

I am proud in Australia it is now written into our constitution the death penalty will never be reinstated. To many innocent people have and still are executed and it is proven it is not a deterrent.

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Posted in: Man throws himself, ex-girlfriend into path of oncoming train See in context

But will they get back together again? I hope she recovers.

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Posted in: Fugitive Sea Shepherd founder hands over reins See in context

Let the International courts decide, because that is where Australia and New Zealand are taking Japan! Oi, Oi. Oi!

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Posted in: Nowhere to use Japan's growing plutonium stockpile See in context

Is it fair that we are creating toxic waste that will be toxic for thousands of years to come. What right do we have?

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