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Posted in: Japanese Red Army founder Shigenobu freed after 20 years in prison See in context

Her daughter Mei is at right. OK

Who is this one at her left? She was all so noisy

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Posted in: Kishida says foreign tourists should follow Japan face mask rules See in context

Interesting nobody referred to the question made by Tamaki of DPP which led to this statement

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Posted in: Guns now the leading cause of death for American children See in context

Living in savanna, for women and small men, Guns are need against all those unjust attacks to protect you and your beloved families.

What is wrong with that?

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Posted in: Guns now the leading cause of death for American children See in context

It is just like nuclear deterrence.

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Posted in: Kishida sees need for dialogue with China's Xi See in context

Dialogues with China have been made thousands of years.

A dialogue with Xi is meaningless.

The only counterpart for China schools in Japan is those of Communist Youth League of China

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Posted in: The Russians (or Chinese, or North Koreans) are coming! What to do: Fight or flight? See in context

Ask foreigners and Japanese who own other passport(s) the same question

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Posted in: Gov't preparing to resume foreign tourist entry in June See in context

Thomas GoodtimeToday  06:35 pm JST

Heck, don't care how you are defining the world, but after all the number of infected, and of death in Japan HAS BEEN WAY LOWER than what is assumed you call the world

Carry on believing what you want to Kenny.

I believe Japan is an absolute liar, and 'massager' of numbers.

SO WHAT else do you want to do other than posting here old man?

Carry on believing what you want Thomas. So sorry for you having been borne as a Japanese and endured SUCH inept government for as long as 70+ years.

Which nation could possibly be perfectly honest? Perhaps better you keep carrying this on as a UK citizen ASAP despite time difference. I might get just a bit more sincere in such case.

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Posted in: Gov't preparing to resume foreign tourist entry in June See in context

Absolute morons.

Once again, so inept, slow, behind the rest of the world.

Heck, don't care how you are defining the world, but after all the number of infected, and of death in Japan HAS BEEN WAY LOWER than what is assumed you call the world

The article is about Entry of foreign tourists... Yes TOURISTS.... I am so sorry for the ones who wanted to tour in Japan. I really am for inept, slow, always behind whatever unknown...

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Posted in: The Russians (or Chinese, or North Koreans) are coming! What to do: Fight or flight? See in context

Ask politicians particularly Non-LDP the same questions

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Posted in: Biden urges N Korea to right 'historic wrong' of abductions of Japanese See in context

If I were father or mother of Megumi and must give up, I would revenge, no matter what.

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Posted in: Biden urges N Korea to right 'historic wrong' of abductions of Japanese See in context

What about Japan's past historical wrongs against North Korea is which 1000 times more grave than any historical wrongs that North Korea may have committed?

Yes. There are some naturalized diet members who dared to say something like this poster. Unlike USA or Canada, There are too many who become Japanese citizen only for the convenience/purposes.

This is no good.

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Posted in: Biden urges N Korea to right 'historic wrong' of abductions of Japanese See in context

Kishida and the J-Gov haven’t done anything for you in decades, never will.

If J-Govt didn't do anything, there would not been 5 abductees and their kids returned home and been living in Japan now.

Or you might as well suggest Japan should do as Putin does.

The Japanese government knew its citizens had been abducted and kept it secret while doing nothing. They urged the families of the victims to keep quiet too. They should have cut ALL remittances to North Korea, followed by the repatriation or imprisonment of influential pro NK Koreans in Japan.

At least, when the day comes for the families to have to give them all up, Chongryon is to be completely and irreversibly disbanded, no excuse whatsoever as it was involved in the cases.

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Posted in: U.N. nuclear agency chief says Fukushima transparency important See in context

@boku

Most likely next month will be approved. Not today.

The NRA plans to make a decision on final approval after a one-month public comment period,

Yes. for formal approval but it is almost the same thing.

Japan OKs plan to release Fukushima nuclear plant wastewater

Japan’s nuclear regulator on Wednesday approved plans by the operator of the wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant to release its treated radioactive wastewater into the sea next year, saying the outlined methods are safe and risks to the environment minimal.

https://japantoday.com/category/national/japan-oks-plan-to-release-fukushima-nuclear-plant-wastewater

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Posted in: U.N. nuclear agency chief says Fukushima transparency important See in context

@boku

p.18 - TEPCO has proposed amendments to its Implementation Plan

Done already

p.40 - TEPCO is required to submit an application to NRA for approval to amend the implementation plan

Approved the other day by NRA which is not IAEA.

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Posted in: Biden arrives in Japan for summit, Quad meeting See in context

Yes it is of course JT from AP

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Posted in: Biden arrives in Japan for summit, Quad meeting See in context

Is this Kyodo or JT who picked this photo?

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Posted in: U.N. nuclear agency chief says Fukushima transparency important See in context

@Bokuda

Yes. You are missing a lot

https://www.yomiuri.co.jp/science/20220520-OYT1T50219/

Let me know if you more links

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Posted in: U.N. nuclear agency chief says Fukushima transparency important See in context

@bokuda

As a sidenote, SK has became a Chair-Nation, for the 1st time, of IAEA. It is not too late for you to complain without updating yourself. We have one year, and Chair-nation would say something for sure.

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Posted in: U.N. nuclear agency chief says Fukushima transparency important See in context

bokudaToday  03:52 pm JST

The IAEA is not giving any approval nowhere in the report.

The U.N. nuclear agency chief is stating that there's not enough transparency.

They aint silly, they wont support the trowing of radioactive waste to the ocean.

IAEA is not in the position to approve nor oppose to the actions of every sovereign countries operating nuclear power plants. Every such country as a member of IAEA adheres to the safety operations under the IAEA's International safety standards, where IAEA monitors/advises/warns if needed.

As opposed to your misunderstanding, IAEA is supporting this process. They meant transparency is needed for those misunderstanding like yourself, for which IAEA pledged to help the project throughout the process.

Don't worry, if there're still problems, those experts from China and SK in the team would start claiming it.

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Posted in: Number of Ukrainian evacuees to Japan reaches 1,000 See in context

I had to read this two times to understand. They are actually talking themselves up and patting themselves on their back then show totally disregard to their plight by using words like shoulder the expense ?? Like here is a hand out and thanks us. They could be reading this actual right now thinking. We made the wrong choice of country. Where Japan should be saying look we know your circumstances are bad for all of you but we like to help out by giving you all a hand up in this bad situation.

It is simply how Kyodo, you know, .... as usual...describes it. No need to react to the way Kyodo reports.

The post by finally rich is something to be taken into consideration when reading the article from media like Kyodo.

Been working with both japanese immigration and bar association for years and I risk to say 99% of the refugee applicants we meet there don't come from any country at war, neither are persecuted for any reason, everyone just wants to work here, or at the very least buy time to work and leave while their application is processed (can take years after many phony appeals), funny thing is that almost 100% of the refugee applicants detained at the immigration once had a visa and even lived here for a few years, but only realized they were "refugees" after they lost their visas, by divorcing, overstaying or commiting crimes.

I'm a drug smuggler in your country coming straight out of the prison but cant go back to my country, please give me a refugee status and a japanese passport so I can stay here indefinitely

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Posted in: U.N. nuclear agency chief says Fukushima transparency important See in context

@bokuda

@Kenji

Japan is making “significant progress”

IAEA is saying that is not ready, just a work in progress.

It is scary to read.

They aint giving any support to the plan.

So You didn't read the report , yet saying IAEA is against the release. We have 1 year yet before the project will commence and IAEA will publish its 2nd official report soon. They took back treated water sample this time for its own research too.

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Posted in: U.N. nuclear agency chief says Fukushima transparency important See in context

bokudaToday  08:36 pm JST

IAEA reported against the release.

UN nuclear agency claims lack of transparency.

Japan is not being support from anywhere.

You mean this report? Where is it against the release?

https://www.iaea.org/sites/default/files/report_1_review_mission_to_tepco_and_meti.pdf

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Posted in: Lebanon receives Interpol wanted notice for Ghosn See in context

Different approach? Victims rights equally? Japan??? Oh yea, I get it now, being sarcastic arent ya. Punish criminals like, you mean the Looters, do "whatever they like", paradise, Pinstripe pant-leg parade, tax stashing, buyin, selling votes for my friends and family, censorship rules… type victims? That "one way" or the other way around?

An absolute shambles

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Posted in: Seoul mates See in context

LoL people down voting the above posters who r concerned about the environment

concerned about the environment? this such long-standing old shop of JT?

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Posted in: U.N. nuclear agency chief says Fukushima transparency important See in context

Bottle it and drink it if it's safe.

As if every other nuclear power plants in the world are making the people and the staffs drink their treated water before releasing it into the sea.

As if every other chemical factories in the world are making the people and the staffs smoke the exhaust gas before releasing it into the air

We all are consuming them already due to series of experiments of nuclear bombs intentionally exploded in the sea. Remember?

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Posted in: U.N. nuclear agency chief says Fukushima transparency important See in context

For those of you who never ever trust Japan and Japanese, what they say and do, IAEA professionals are monitoring/supervising/investigating before/during/after the process. If it doesn't still help you at all,

You boycott Japan by yourself

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Posted in: Lebanon receives Interpol wanted notice for Ghosn See in context

Every one of these organisations are reporting that Japanese Justice System is breaking routinely the signed agreement.

Are you willing to answer to my question or care to provide the link to such reports? . Thanks once again

in advance.

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Posted in: Lebanon receives Interpol wanted notice for Ghosn See in context

UN Human Rights Committee (CCPR), UN Committee against Torture (CAT), rules for treatment of prisoners (SMR), International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR).

Skip SMR if you wanna focus on Ghosn's case as he was not a prisoner YET.

Skip CAT as he was never tortured. If you don't agree, let me know how CAT define torture.

So for remaining two, How exactly you think Japan justice violated. Thanks again in advance.

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Posted in: Lebanon receives Interpol wanted notice for Ghosn See in context

A journalist reports the facts, and rules nobody. Excellent, factual book, with nothing to hide. (With the exception of Japans Ministries of whom were very critical at the time).

Only if they report the facts only, ...in reality, they add too much flavor of their political/whatever faith, pick only the facts with such flavor ignoring any other facts opposing to such faith, which is why they are called 4th power they acquire without going through any election, public license exams, or any public filtering processes.

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Posted in: Lebanon receives Interpol wanted notice for Ghosn See in context

Just because a country's justice takes different approach from yours, that neither does nor should make a guilty innocent. The victims of every crimes have equally human rights to be entitled including punish criminals

one way or the other

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