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Posted in: Japan mulls extending maximum reactor lifespan beyond 60 years See in context

They say that everything's fine in Fukushima now, so how much worse can another nuclear disaster be?

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Posted in: New Zealand plans stronger hate speech laws See in context

Freedom means being able to express your opinion, no matter how objectionable. "Hate Speech" laws and censorship are Fascistic.

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Posted in: One dead, 99 missing after Florida beachfront condo collapses See in context

Build Back Better.

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Posted in: Why China is getting tough on cryptocurrencies See in context

China bad.

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Posted in: Main Tokyo vaccination center to offer shots to younger people See in context

A key problem with all of these mRNA COVID-19 vaccines is that the spike protein itself appears toxic, and your body is now a spike protein-producing factory

Its inherent toxicity may be due to it being a prion protein. If so, we can expect these injections to cause all manner of prion diseases, such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and Lou Gehrig's disease (ALS)

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Posted in: COVID origins mystery continues to spark speculation and tension See in context

https://prospect.org/coronavirus/did-the-military-world-games-spread-covid-19/

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Posted in: Japan ruling party shelves submitting LGBT bill to Diet session See in context

Desert TortoiseToday  09:40 am JST

That’s a relief. So we’re not going to have to see trans women going into the women’s restrooms, at least not for the time being.

How would you even know the difference?

Most aren't even remotely convincing.

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Posted in: Japan approves Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for 12- to 15-year-olds See in context

Most private medical insurance policies will not cover injury or death resulting from "experimental" medical treatments in general and the COVID vaccines in particular. Clearly a vote of confidence from the medical insurance establishment.

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Posted in: 2 male police officers, one female officer reprimanded after sex in koban, station See in context

expatToday  06:50 pm JST

No wonder so many young boys say they want to be cops when they grow up...

Perhaps it was actually a stunt to encourage recruitment.

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Posted in: Japan approves Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for 12- to 15-year-olds See in context

virusrexToday  09:27 pm JST

If you really believe the vaccine is safe and have got kids, then by all means get them vaccinated. I'm so curious, I can't wait to see the results.

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Posted in: Japan approves Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for 12- to 15-year-olds See in context

If Pfizer really believed their "experimental' vaccine were as safe as they claim it to be, they shouldn't have any objections to voluntarily submitting to legal liability in the event that the vaccine injured or killed recipients.

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Posted in: Japan ruling party seeks big defense budget rise amid China threat See in context

Peeping_TomToday  07:46 am JST

Given the fact that the Chinese population is rapidly aging. (FASTER than Japan's) and dying off, what is China going to attack? Better spend the money encouraging more children.

China's TFR is 1.6, while Japan's is 1.3.

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Posted in: Biden to GOP: 'Don't get in the way' of infrastructure plan See in context

Express sisterToday  01:21 pm JST

Expect more of the same, only on a bigger scale.

Oh, really?

While the 2009 stimulus package may not have fixed the nation’s infrastructure, it certainly did its intended job of getting the economy back on track. Since the stimulus bill was signed back in February 2009, the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (NYSE: SPY) is up 194 percent.

More of a 194% increase, but on a bigger scale? Sounds pretty good.

Money printing and share buybacks are something quite different from real economic growth or infrastructure projects.

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Posted in: Biden to GOP: 'Don't get in the way' of infrastructure plan See in context

We had $750 billion in "shovel-ready" infrastructure projects under Obama in 2009, and nothing to show for it.

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/happened-shovel-ready-infrastructure-projects-212123861.html

Expect more of the same, only on a bigger scale.

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Posted in: Japan ruling party seeks big defense budget rise amid China threat See in context

Peeping_TomToday  07:46 am JST

"Given the fact that the Japanese population is rapidly aging and dying off, what is Japan going to defend, a couple dozen old-age homes? Better spend the money encouraging more children."

Correction:

Given the fact that the Chinese population is rapidly aging. (FASTER than Japan's) and dying off, what is China going to attack? Better spend the money encouraging more children.

How do you like them apples?

Why do you assume 'China is going to attack"?. The US, in general, is the only country that 'attacks' these days; the only reason the US doesn't attack Japan is that it already has, and has occupied the country militarily for over 70 years.

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Posted in: Court rules restrictions on transgender official's use of women's toilet legal See in context

Where do majority rights come into the discussion?

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Posted in: Court rules restrictions on transgender official's use of women's toilet legal See in context

The whole point of having segregated toilets is to protect women.

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Posted in: Japan ruling party seeks big defense budget rise amid China threat See in context

Given the fact that the Japanese population is rapidly aging and dying off, what is Japan going to defend, a couple dozen old-age homes? Better spend the money encouraging more children.

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Posted in: COVID lab origin theory gains traction in U.S. See in context

The Chinese lab hypothesis, long a staple of right-wing conspiracy websites like Q-anon, and Tucker Carlson has gone mainstream. In the absence of any new, conclusive evidence, this is most likely an escalation of the US government campaign to vilify China.

Since it is clear that a large number of variants of COVID have emerged, apparently naturally, it appears that it is becoming more likely that COVID developed from natural sources. Otherwise, are we to assume that some of these variants were also engineered in labs?

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Posted in: Osaka hospitals buckle under COVID-19 onslaught See in context

The Olympics will bring all the COVID variants into Japan just when we need them most. Maybe they'll even bring a bonus Deadly Black Fungus.

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Posted in: Japanese reporter freed from Myanmar says inmates were abused See in context

The National League for Democracy--foes of the Myanmar military, are notorious for their bigoted and genocidal policies toward the Rohingya and other Burmese Muslims.

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Posted in: Japan administers 1st Moderna vaccine shots to SDF members See in context

CDC investigates dozens of reports of heart inflammation in teenagers and young adults that occur four days after their second dose of Moderna or Pfizer vaccines

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9608675/CDC-investigating-heart-problems-teenagers-young-adults-Moderna-Pfizer-vaccine.html

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Posted in: Belarus opposition figure detained after flight diverted See in context

Since Raman Pratasevich, likes America so much, he is surely entitled to the full US human rights-democratic treatment; Abu Ghraib torture, extraordinary rendition waterboarding, drone-murder, and finally, perpetual incarceration without charges in the Guantanamo human rights prison camp.

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Posted in: 21 runners dead as extreme cold weather hits China ultramarathon See in context

tokyo-starToday  06:03 pm JST

There is definitely something fishy going on and some news media lies and cover ups. Is this unusual for a country like China? Surprise, surprise.

i agree. as tragic and unbelievable as this is, there is something fishy going on here...was it a uyghur terrorist attack or something on the event? china will just make up any unlikely story to cover the real truth!

Yeah, all of the victims were Uighurs, or Tibetans, if you prefer--more proof of the Genocide!

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Posted in: More than 125,000 Myanmar teachers suspended for opposing coup See in context

dagonToday  02:47 pm JST

What don't you explain what a "politically incorrect teacher" is in a US context or give examples of conduct resulting in firing?

Search "politically incorrect teachers fired usa" and see what comes up.

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Posted in: More than 125,000 Myanmar teachers suspended for opposing coup See in context

dagonToday  01:30 pm JST

If you are a teacher, you can get fired for politically incorrect opinions, whether in Myanmar, or in the USA.

Myanmar:Teachers suspended for speaking out against a dictatorial regime slaughtering citizens.

USA: Teachers suspended for using racial and sexist slurs.

Totally the same thing.

Nonsense. US teachers have been fired for the 'wrong' opinion. Search "politically incorrect teachers fired usa" and see what comes up.

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Posted in: More than 125,000 Myanmar teachers suspended for opposing coup See in context

If you are a teacher, you can get fired for politically incorrect opinions, whether in Myanmar, or in the USA.

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Posted in: Protect the Nation from NHK Party becomes Protect the Nation from Old Parties Party See in context

Japan is a one-party state, and the LDP is the ruling party. Other parties are for entertainment purposes, and to validate Japan's 'democratic' credentials.

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Posted in: New COVID-19 cases in U.S plummet to lowest levels since last June See in context

Commodore PerryToday  06:27 am JST

At least these numbers can be trusted.

No, I don't think so.

"As of May 1, 2021, CDC transitioned from monitoring all reported vaccine breakthrough cases to focus on identifying and investigating only hospitalized or fatal cases due to any cause. This shift will help maximize the quality of the data collected on cases of greatest clinical and public health importance. Previous case counts, which were last updated on April 26, 2021, are available for reference only and will not be updated moving forward."

https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/covid-19/health-departments/breakthrough-cases.html

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Posted in: China vows to crack down on bitcoin mining, trading activities See in context

I guess fraud is a crime in China, and the law is enforced there.

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