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Posted in: Israeli strike destroys Gaza building with AP, other media See in context

The UN chief said he was 'deeply disturbed' by the atrocities in Palestine. Oh, such harsh language, surely indicative of anti-Semetic and Holocaust Denial tendencies. The only ones who are truly 'deeply disturbed' are the Israelis and their acolytes.

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Posted in: Israeli strike destroys Gaza building with AP, other media See in context

Since the Israelis can do no wrong, somebody else must be responsible for all the no wrong they do.

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Posted in: IOC says negative public opinion no threat to Tokyo Olympics See in context

The real merit of Japan's one-party 'democracy', is that public opinion never gets in the way of government policy.

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Posted in: Israeli strike destroys Gaza building with AP, other media See in context

Actually, hitting the media building was a mistake. They were aiming for hospitals and day-care centers.

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Posted in: U.S. TV morning shows extend the day to cope with viewer erosion See in context

I guess fake news, fake ideas, and fake people don't sell any more.

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Posted in: Israeli strike on Gaza kills 10; unrest spreads to West Bank See in context

The Israeli bombs you, and he cries out in pain.

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Posted in: Who fired rockets against ordinary citizens first? Our hearts are with Israel. See in context

This will make ordinary Japanese citizens targets for attacks if the violence escalates. Good job.

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Posted in: Tesla puts brake on Shanghai land buy as U.S.-China tensions weigh See in context

No more crash-and-burn Teslas. Such a great loss.

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Posted in: India's surge hits southern states, prompting more lockdowns See in context

rainydayToday  07:02 pm JST

While the US and Japan offer moral support to India, China, India's 'enemy' is airlifting 40,000 oxygen generators into India.

Both the US and Japan are sending actual aid to India right now, its just plain wrong to suggest that all they are offering is moral support.

China offered Covid aid to India while US dragged its feet

https://edition.cnn.com/2021/04/28/china/china-india-covid-relief-mic-intl-hnk/index.html

On April 30, the Japanese government decided to provide 300 oxygen concentrators and the same number of ventilators to India.

https://www.nippon.com/en/news/yjj2021050800372/

China accelerating production and delivery of 40,000 more oxygen generators (concentrators) ordered by India: Ambassador

https://www.myvoicetv.com/2021/05/china-accelerating-production-and.html

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Posted in: China's exports top forecasts; imports growth best in 10 years See in context

BigYenToday  01:05 pm JST

Problem is, the monster is also feeding us.

You'd better hope and pray that China keeps accepting our funny money in exchange for their real products.

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Posted in: Facebook confronts human rights dilemma on political speech See in context

SkepticalToday  08:19 am JST

And now FB wants to figure out who is the terrorist and who is the freedom fighter? Who is saint and who is the sinner? Who gets airtime and who doesn't?

Don't worry, the CIA's National Endowment for Democracy and George Soros's Open Societies Foundation are on the case.

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Posted in: Facebook confronts human rights dilemma on political speech See in context

Facebook, Twitter, Google are all owned and controlled by billionaire oligarchs, and their censorship policies reflect the interests of their owners.

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Posted in: China's exports top forecasts; imports growth best in 10 years See in context

KentarogaijinToday  12:53 pm JST

Don't feed the monster..

Since China delivers the goods, while the US only delivers the bull, Japan has no other choice.

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Posted in: India's surge hits southern states, prompting more lockdowns See in context

While the US and Japan offer moral support to India, China, India's 'enemy' is airlifting 40,000 oxygen generators into India.

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Posted in: China's exports top forecasts; imports growth best in 10 years See in context

China keeps going from strength to strength because of Good Government. Japan remains afloat because of so-so government. The US descends, along with India, into crisis and chaos because of bad government.

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Posted in: Pfizer/BioNTech jab confirmed to protect 95% in largest study yet See in context

And the "study" was funded by, guess who.

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Posted in: New Zealand declines to call China's Uighur treatment genocide See in context

Since ALL the evidence shows a rapid INCREASE of the Uighur population in China, this is the most unsuccessful 'genocide' in the history of mankind.

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Posted in: Gov't advisers warn Japan's birth rate falling at more rapid pace this year See in context

High housing costs are a major disincentive to having children. In a country, like Japan, where more than 90% of ruling class wealth is in land/property, there will be no deliberate effort to reduce housing costs. Japan's rulers will take both all their wealth and the country's future to their graves.

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Posted in: 3 nuclear reactors to become 1st in Japan to operate beyond 40-year limit See in context

This is a really interesting experiment. I can't wait to see the results.

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Posted in: China, S Korea wary of release of Fukushima treated water into sea See in context

The ocean currents will carry the radioactive water up past Alaska down the west coast of Canada and the US. Since the US government is OK with their coasts being contaminated, what's the problem?

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Posted in: Gov't decides to release water from Fukushima nuclear plant into sea in 2023 See in context

The US government supports Japan's decision to dump the radioactive water into the sea.

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Posted in: Uighur community calls for Japanese firms to take action on forced labor See in context

When the Japanese government takes action against 'service zangyo' (forced labor, unpaid overtime, slave labor), then they'll be in a better position to criticize others.

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Posted in: Taiwan minister accepts responsibility for train crash as questions mount See in context

robert maesToday  04:34 pm JST

What responsibility ? A truck fell on the track and caused the accident. I see no responsibility here for the minister of transportation.

it was not a train service accident, no system malfunction.

No fence or barrier along the train line!!!

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Posted in: Taiwan minister accepts responsibility for train crash as questions mount See in context

Taiwan is a small island, with about 23 million people. Yet, their railway safety record is appalling.

"Taiwan's last major rail crash was in October 2018 when an express train derailed while rounding a tight corner on the northeast coast, killing at least 18 people and injuring nearly 200. In 1991, a collision in western Taiwan killed 30 people and injured 112 in its deadliest train accident."

Taiwan has a total of 1,500 km of railway track, and there have been 100 deaths in accidents during the past 30 years. In contrast, China has 200,000 km of track, and there were 1,000 deaths in the same period.

By this measure, Taiwan's trains are more than 10 times more dangerous than those in China.

Data source: Wikipedia

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Posted in: Oscars won't be shown in Hong Kong for first time since 1969 See in context

The Hong Kong rioters can now enjoy the fruits of their labors.

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Posted in: China could step up armament, provocations near Senkakus, think tank warns See in context

Yeah, Japan needs to spend more on military while living standards are falling, and the population is evaporating. Getting nukes would be much cheaper and far more effective. Of course, there would be no need for the US military occupation, but if North Korea can afford to make nukes, surely Japan can.

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Posted in: China sanctions U.S., Canadian citizens in Xinjiang row See in context

StrangerlandToday  12:48 pm JST

Yeah, that's the narrative the CCP is forcing their people to put out on the internet, to try to sway public opinion.

If you had bothered to read the article

https://thegrayzone.com/2021/03/17/report-uyghur-genocide-sham-university-neocon-punish-china/

you would have noticed the following;

"Trump & Biden admins base their accusation of genocide against China on the bunk research of Christian extremist @adrianzenz Here's Zenz on the show of anti-gay, Islamophobic @FRCdc"

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Posted in: Japan state-funded hotel deal pays rent to Myanmar defense ministry See in context

Japanese government connections with Myanmar's military and secret police go far and deep.

http://www.mekongwatch.org/PDF/rq_20210304_Eng.pdf

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Posted in: Gunman fires into crowd outside Philadelphia bar; 4 critically wounded See in context

Maybe it has something to do with the Philadelphia District Attorney's policy of releasing violent criminals into the community. The DA, Larry Krasner, was elected with funding from one of George Soros's front organizations.

https://www.phillymag.com/news/2019/06/27/larry-krasner-reforms-philadelphia/

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Posted in: Myanmar junta puts on show of force as protest-hit nation resists See in context

Toasted HereticToday  04:11 pm JST

I have no doubt that the people will eventually triumph.

Not just over this terrible junta, but over all the dictators like Xi, Putin etc.

The Myanmar military has murdered 330 people. The US has murdered millions in Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan... and most here are OK with that.

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