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Posted in: Trump announces plans to launch new social network 'TRUTH Social' See in context

Truth in capital letters makes all the difference. I can’t wait to look at the intellectual level of this social sewers which will certainly gather the “crème de la creme” of human silliness

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Posted in: Some U.S. Capitol riot defendants forgo lawyers See in context

BTW, where's Trump at? He's not throwing any of his money to help save these people, is he?

He'll react once they are condemned: " Martyrs! Dictatorship! Save Me..eerr America!".

Or if they are not condemned:" see? we were right! Heroes of America!"

Trump will only act if he sees:

a potential gain

an occasion to blame someone else for his faults

an opportunity to simply scream

Wait for the regular B (bass, blacklabel, burning bush) club to come up with a world of BS to defend their dear leader.

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Posted in: Biden says democracy survived Capitol riot because of police See in context

She was an unarmed civilian who was shot to death

Unarmed and part of an angry mob, even unarmed a mob can tear apart a human and is a s dangerous. she was a traitor to her country, think twice before you want to go as far as being part of an insurrection in a democracy.

No tears and no regret for fallen traitors, she got what she deserved.

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Posted in: Tokyo court disrupted by hundreds of maskless anti-vaxxers See in context

i'd much rather be an idiot

Well, that is probably the epitaph of many among the antivaxx who died from the COVID.

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Posted in: Netflix defends Chappelle, suspends staff in transgender row See in context

What a sensitivity! I am against any form of racism, but when you need to calm down, you need to calm down. Reactions of the LGBT activists and "cancel culture" is no different than other form of extremism.

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Posted in: Trump to invoke executive privilege in Jan 6 House probe See in context

Why is this guy still barking? Somebody put him in a rocket and have him spaced out.

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Posted in: Bureaucrat's widow asks Kishida to look into scandal that led to suicide See in context

Don’t know who on these board was hoping to see a crackdown on corruption among politicians but, apparently and as expected, it won’t happen.

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Posted in: Johnson says UK will emerge from Brexit, pandemic as more productive and dynamic nation See in context

Focus on the present Boris, the present.

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Posted in: Kishida becomes Japan's 100th prime minister See in context

Congratulations PM Kishida on your nomination. Press now “automatic pilot” button to start governing.

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Posted in: Kishida fills ruling party key posts with Abe allies See in context

Surprise surprise! Business as usual.

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Posted in: Kishida to become next PM after winning LDP leadership vote See in context

So they're giving Kishida a year before Kono takes it next year. Whatever

Or maybe just one month? Elections are coming, along with winter.

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Posted in: Kishida to become next PM after winning LDP leadership vote See in context

Kishida is Nippon Kaigi, already a huge stain on his persona. To be expected a retrograde agenda.

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Posted in: Kishida to become next PM after winning LDP leadership vote See in context

Ugh.. Kishida, another zero charisma puppet chosen by the oyaji. Japan remains consistently boring in the PM they pick up, sounds like clones of the same old establishment.

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Posted in: LDP leader likely to be decided in runoff vote between Kono, Kishida See in context

Have a feeling it’s going to be Kishida. Nothing can go against the wish of the LDP oyaji.

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Posted in: Gov't to shorten quarantine period for vaccinated travelers See in context

It’s a first step. But some posters have mentioned, once you are released from quarantine, they don’t bother checking who gets on train or who doesn’t. Guess they haven’t figure out whose “sekinin” it is

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Posted in: Vaccine nasal sprays aim to 'shut door' on virus See in context

I have a strong background in biology and I am constantly getting information from brilliant researchers and doctors, I don't just make stuff

then maybe your « brilliant researchers and doctors » are the one making the stuff here ?

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Posted in: Boeing forecasts China’s airlines to require 8,700 new planes by 2040 See in context

All the better for global warming.

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Posted in: Vaccine nasal sprays aim to 'shut door' on virus See in context

That would be anti-needle then wouldn't it

indeed, and the truth behind all the irresponsible nonsense you’ve been spreading for months here.

Personally, I believe you, and everybody else, have the right to take or not take as many vaccines that you want.

indeed, and the countries have the right to limit the mobility of people like you that causes the virus to keep spreading and develop new variants, keeping pressure on hospitals. Same old talk. But the truth is that it is primal fear of people like you - for instance here needles - that keep antivax movements active and dangerous. Like you were opposed to get Covid vaccine because it’s nothing but a cold and now a nose spray is under development and you say you’d take it: no more fear to get something alien in your body now? The whole antivax nonsense: those who spread lies, non scientific evidence, urban legends and utter stupid comments against the vaccine thus comes from the fear of needles.

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Posted in: Vaccine nasal sprays aim to 'shut door' on virus See in context

I would take this over an mRNA injection any day.

So that's what it was: antivax are afraid of needles. Big babies that bunch!

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Posted in: U.S. to end travel bans for vaccinated passengers See in context

Studies are beginning to find that “vaccinated” people carry and spread higher covid viral loads than the naturally immune because the jabs don’t actually attack the virus itself. So, travel restrictions like this are dangerous and counterproductive.

I wonder, do you really believe your own nonsense?

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Posted in: Pfizer says COVID-19 vaccine works in kids ages 5 to 11 See in context

Anyone want to bet on whether the person who downvoted that bases their opinion on data or rhetoric?

id say their opinion is based on nothing worth the time to listen: it’s either from an hysterical Tweet or a YouTube video checked while having a poo. Science is bad for these people, it’s the enemy.

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Posted in: U.S. to end travel bans for vaccinated passengers See in context

That is the right move, and the rational steps towards a return to some form of normalcy. Walls are dangerously closing up on antivax who will end up vaccinated at the end of the day, or remain totally isolated, which in both cases is a good thing for society.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 302 coronavirus cases; lowest number since July 5 See in context

Japanese are getting massively vaccinated, brushing away the stupidity of antivaxxers away. If only the west could learn!

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Posted in: Milley defends calls to Chinese as effort to avoid conflict See in context

He cares for his country and the world stability. He’s a hero to having stand up against Trump’s dangerous lunacy and psychopathy.

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Posted in: COVID-19 deaths of people aged under 60 soar in Japan due to Delta variant See in context

Not at all but it is certainly not as bad as portrayed in the media when the actual experience of most people is that they do not personally know, after 18 months, anyone who has died from it but know many people who recovered within a couple of days. 95,000 - 100,000 people die every year in Japan from pneumonia. Now that is a big number and I actually have known people who died with it.

seeing your point, but death coming from COVID was much frequent than other causes. We can psychologically tend to say that’s life when someone we know dies of cancer, another from pneumonia and another from a car accident. Too bad that’s life no big deal.

but when you have in a period of 10 months: a grandmother dying of Covid, the uncle and the father of a friend dying of COVID, a friend of my father dying of COVID, you kinda wonder: wow that’s a lot from the same cause in such a short time. Not mentioning those who had long COVID and who had symptoms still lingering 7 months later. So no, You can’t compare COVID to other disease because it hit many people in a very short time, this is why it’s serious. And not knowing anyone dying of COVID means you are the lucky one, not everyone can claim they did not suffer any loss because of this virus.

Other illnesses do strike but not at the same scale and same timing as we are experiencing.

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Posted in: COVID-19 deaths of people aged under 60 soar in Japan due to Delta variant See in context

Maybe they shouldn't have prioritized vaccinations of the elderly, who barely leave their homes anyway and the least likely to spread the virus.

true but: elderly are the one voting the most and represent the cash cow for the LDP for that matter.

Another reality is that if COVID had swiped through the elderly, we would have experienced what many Europeans countries experienced: frenetic death toll and healthcare system beyond saturation.

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Posted in: French abortion drama 'Happening' wins top Venice Film Festival award See in context

Sounds very passive, like she was struck by lightning by an act of God

or simply ignorant of how that works - as surprising as it may sound, it does happen to young high school students and especially in Japan to get pregnant accidentally and having their friends collect money to pay for an abortion. Sad, but the key issue here is sexual education. Not sure how it is nowadays in Japan but such accidents do happen more than we suspect.

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Posted in: Biden's war on virus becomes war on unvaccinated See in context

Good. Give them the slap they deserve, enough of these egocentric morons plaguing the world recovery.

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Posted in: Denmark becomes only European country with no COVID restrictions See in context

30% are unvaccinated is how I read this as well.

not saying the numbers are fake anymore? Hello ? Where is the true B?

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Posted in: Denmark becomes only European country with no COVID restrictions See in context

Well done Denmark.

A beacon of light for the rest of the world to follow.

Yep with over 70% of the population vaccinated. Did you miss that one ? because your praising of Denmark means you support vaccination.

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