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Posted in: Asian stocks mixed after Wall Street falls on rate hike worries See in context

They will have to raise interest rates, and the market will start to correct.

After FED will realise that they actually can't so it and will start to print again!

Cash is the king Q1 and Q2 of this year.

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Posted in: Japan will not seek immigration law amendment before summer election See in context

I support Japanese immigration law.

You overstayed, broke the law during your visa, etc. it EQUALS to DEPORTATION. Go to America and overstay your visa you will see what they will do to you.

DEPORTATION means you are not going to stay in a 5-star hotel waiting for your flight home, you going to be in JAIL.

I also think that INPRISONERS, DETAINEES, etc. should be forced to do some labor. Road construction, cleaning public places, renovation etc.

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Posted in: COVID quasi-emergency takes effect in 3 prefectures See in context

If you really think that it will be limited only to those 3 prefectures then you are WRONG.

Soon STATE OF EMERGENCY will be imposed all over Japan.

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Posted in: Man arrested after 3-hour siege in Tokyo restaurant See in context

What he did was wrong however, I understand his feelings.

The government with PM talks about wealth distribution while regular people don't have work or their businesses are being shut down due to the pandemic.

Salaries are decreasing or stagnant.

There is another emergency state in front of us so even more people won't have jobs while product prices are increasing.

There will be more desperate people like this gentleman.

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Posted in: More than 100,000 march in France against COVID vaccine requirements See in context

There are still some people that are capable to fight for their FREEDOMS.

As long as there is one person who is fighting we have a chance to WIN.

STOP DISCRIMINATION and VACCACINE PASSPORTS!

6 ( +23 / -17 )

Posted in: Okinawa reports 1,759 new coronavirus cases; 1,224 in Tokyo See in context

The number of infected people hospitalized with severe symptoms in Tokyo is four

Severe symptoms are FOUR.

Do you really go to test yourself if you have a runny nose?

-13 ( +9 / -22 )

Posted in: Japan's 7-Eleven in China fined for describing Taiwan as country See in context

It's hard to say that but Chinese are right.

Taiwan is not internationally recognised country.

We have many artificial countries like that: Principality of Hutt River(Australia) , principality of sealand and so on.

-25 ( +4 / -29 )

Posted in: Japanese parents weigh pros, cons of having their children vaccinated See in context

It is personal choice, funny how suddenly everyone around want to make decision for me, my kids about my body.

Moreover in Japan bullying at school is a big problem so this experimental vaccine will cause huge problems and might lead to suicide as vaccinated kids will bully others.

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Posted in: Father, son from Japan plead guilty in Vegas in $1.5 bil 'Ponzi' case See in context

five years in federal prison and three years

Well give me so much money and I can do that sentence for you.

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Posted in: Okinawa reports 1,414 new coronavirus cases; 922 in Tokyo See in context

I'm going to lock myself home!

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Posted in: 12,000 sign petition to ease Japan's tight entry rules over Omicron See in context

Japan should and probably will ignore that request which in my opinion is a great news.

This is Japan right to protect their border.

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Posted in: Nikkei plunges nearly 3%; sharpest drop in over 6 months See in context

Not surprised at all. I remember a few days ago on Japan Today there was an article:

Profit recovery from pandemic to keep Tokyo stocks on uptrend in 2022 

My comment there:

Nikkei will moon? Highly doubt that, with WAR (Russia - Ukraine, China - Taiwan) being around the corner, skyrocketing energy prices, lockdowns due to the virus, FED hiking interest rates will most likely see a downtrend from here.

Printing money never leads to recovery, it rather leads to INFLATION, and the wrong allocation of resources.

That is why "wealth redistribution" will never work as it is centrally planned by the government.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 641 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 4,475 See in context

hospitalized with severe symptoms in Tokyo is three

I don't know why everyone is panicking there are only three cases with severe symptoms, and it seems like it is barely moving up.

-1 ( +14 / -15 )

Posted in: Kishida calls for aggressive wage hikes in push for wealth redistribution See in context

To be honest the only thing I see is:

poverty distribution

and it's not funny anymore

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Posted in: Okinawa reports 623 new coronavirus cases; 390 in Tokyo See in context

As I repeat it over and over again, the state of emergency is only a matter of time. More companies will go bankrupt or simply close, and more and more people will live on state aid. Inflation will rise and the quantity of products will be lower.

After Omikron and the obligatory BOOSTER, there will be some relative peace for the next few months, and then another variant.

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Posted in: Man arrested for attempted bank robbery in Sapporo See in context

Sad news all over, however, it is going to get worse as people do not have money. The distribution of wealth only works for rich people, and the bottom does not get enough which will cause problems like this one.

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Posted in: Thousands held on Hong Kong cruise ship for COVID testing See in context

The testing system is too sensible which makes it unreliable.

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Posted in: Japan's daily COVID-19 cases reach new high since Omicron spread See in context

I can see a change in media narrative which means most likely the STATE OF EMERGENCY is being reimposed within a month so everyone can isolate after Xmass and New Year Holidays.

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Posted in: Profit recovery from pandemic to keep Tokyo stocks on uptrend in 2022 See in context

So they want to pull the rug.

Nikkei will moon? Highly doubt that, with WAR (Russia - Ukraine, China - Taiwan) being around the corner, skyrocketing energy prices, lockdowns due to the virus, FED hiking interest rates will most likely see a downtrend from here.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 84 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 554 See in context

The number of infected people hospitalized with severe symptoms in Tokyo is one.

Just one... I don't understand why people still wear masks.

-9 ( +8 / -17 )

Posted in: Ikea to hike prices by 9% due to supply chain woes See in context

It will be over for IKEA as Japanese people don't like price increases.

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Posted in: Japanese business leaders voice resolve to tackle key growth challenges See in context

To be honest, I am looking forward to my 20yen payrise coming true.

However, they need to deregulate the law so people can start businesses here in Japan instead of buying same-looking things made in China.

Lower the prices for imported goods so you can get cheap resources to make products out of them here in Japan.

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Posted in: Record 235 COVID-19 cases reported among U.S. forces in Okinawa See in context

I think Japan would be better without that bases in Okinawa, they always cause problems.

Things falling down from the sky now virus, it is time for Americans Soldiers to return to their home in the US.

-6 ( +11 / -17 )

Posted in: Tokyo reports 79 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 535 See in context

Only one with severe symptoms!

I think media over exaggerate with this panic!

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Posted in: Kishida pins hopes on wage hikes to accelerate wealth redistribution See in context

@SmithinJapan

I actually think he'll succeed in getting major companies to raise pay, with the condition that it not be mandatory, and that it not be an across the board minimum wage hike. 

"Toyota Workers Union to abolish wage increase request"

https://news.yahoo.co.jp/articles/d4f1503f0c33e1f6a7384387683da91951d12604

Keep dreaming

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Posted in: All U.S. forces' personnel to take virus test after arrival in Japan See in context

Why not BEFORE departure??

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Posted in: Kishida pins hopes on wage hikes to accelerate wealth redistribution See in context

Wealth distribution always starts from the bottom, never from the top.

INFLATION no matter of how high it is 1,2,4% is BAD and DESTRUCTIVE for economy.

Deregulate law so people can benefit from their creativity, create businesses, and stop giving tax deductions for corporations. They used to pay 40% back in 80-90 now they pay 15%.

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Posted in: More people traveling in Japan for New Year’s holiday than last year, survey shows See in context

Most of it are domestic tourism so they don't need to quarantine.

Of course it is personal choice to stay home for years or travel to see their family.

I travel every year no matter of the current virus situation or health passes status.

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Posted in: Mizuho hit by system failure again despite pledge to improve operations See in context

Well, if it happens once it's OK but obviously this bank is one big failure.

I wonder who would keep banking with them after some many failures. I would change the company after first, second, third time...

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Posted in: Germany to close nuclear reactors despite energy crisis See in context

Those guys have no substitute but turn off all their energy power sources.

Well congrats guys, I wish you all success with energy prices going up 100%-200%

EU is becoming more and more like Gulag.

-3 ( +5 / -8 )

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