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Posted in: South Korea urges North to restore hotlines for any talks See in context

After Saddam Assad, and Gaddafi, The world has two new THUGS now, Xi and Kim.

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Posted in: Germany heads into unknown as rivals scramble to lead next government See in context

Just exactly what China and Russia were working on and hopping for.

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Posted in: Man arrested for attempted murder, robbery at convenience store See in context

66 and @ 4:05 am must be desperate or drunk or under the influence of good drugs.

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Posted in: JR East scraps plan to identify past offenders with facial recognition camera See in context

There is no doubt that security cameras are PREVENTING more crimes than actually identifying criminal, just placing a camera anywhere makes trouble makers think twice. Over and over again i hear and read about criminals getting caught with the assistance Cameras, so I say turn them back on.

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Posted in: Police reminding drivers not to perform the illegal 'Ibaraki Dash' maneuver See in context

Taxi's and Trucks are the most violators, i see them do them many times . and by the way I have noticed that Japanese drivers in general get much worse at night when you can't see their faces.

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Posted in: Biden's Indo-Pacific shift under scrutiny with AUKUS alliance See in context

In 2011 China and Russia started the SCO alliance , and it is now the largest regional organization watch this TRT report explaining it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=llU0uJ3Ze4g

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Posted in: Man arrested after hitting police car with bar See in context

LOL, he thought he was still at work.

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Posted in: Biden's Indo-Pacific shift under scrutiny with AUKUS alliance See in context

"NATO", "Quad",  "AUKUS", then what's next ?? "IPAN", then "SPAN" and who knows what, all this to counter China when all what need to be done is START TALKING to one another and STOP beating the drums of war.

We don't another middle east un the South or Indo Pacific.

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Posted in: Man arrested for molesting boy in game center toilet See in context

When will Japan start a national data bank that keeps the names and profiles of these SICK beasts ?? The public has the right to know when needed.

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Posted in: 79-year-old man arrested over attempted murder of sick son See in context

Lord help us !!

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Posted in: Japan reviews medical system ahead of possible 6th COVID wave See in context

""It also asked local governments to consider utilizing provisions under a revised infectious disease law, which allows the authorities to release the names of hospitals that do not have a valid reason for noncompliance.""

This was suggested by one of JT readers few weeks ago, publishing the names of these NONcompliance Hospitals is a very good idea, the public will fight back and get them to comply when their revenues drop.

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Posted in: Digital Agency exec punished; minister returns month's salary over dining See in context

NTT monopoly on the communication business must be broken, this monster is if not kept in check will again raise pries and try to go back to the Good Old Days were they were ripping off the general public and the government, Thank you JT for keeping sharing this story with us.

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Posted in: Gov't to accept Princess Mako's decision to decline ¥150 mil marriage money See in context

Or please pass it onto all the needy that I see on the streets daily, and thank you.

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Posted in: Gov't to accept Princess Mako's decision to decline ¥150 mil marriage money See in context

Must be nice to be rich and decline to accept 150 mil. yen, I'll take it!!!

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Posted in: Biden hosts Indo-Pacific leaders as China concerns grow See in context

Wars are good for the economy some say!!!

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Posted in: Biden hosts Indo-Pacific leaders as China concerns grow See in context

Now that NATO is almost done with destroying the middle east, with plenty of war assets and destruction machines sitting in warehouses the time has come to dispose of these assets and start another war.

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Posted in: Japan's universities tightening background checks on foreign students See in context

In other words, Japan is tightening the screws on spies.

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Posted in: Japan, S Korea at odds over wartime issues, but vow to improve ties See in context

This issue may never be resolved because if it is then they have nothing to fight over about.

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Posted in: Tensions grow as U.S., allies deepen Indo-Pacific involvement See in context

No one wants a war, if that is true!? then stop beating the drums of war, sit down and talk it out like most adults do. The world does NOT need another tragic event that could put us back tens of years.

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Posted in: 4-year-old boy falls to his death from 9th floor balcony in Sapporo See in context

Tragic, Heartbreaking, and just unbelievable!!! RIP little boy, feel for the parents, i Just hope this was not a case were the parents were not looking out for the boy and just busy playing games or on a SM platform!!

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Posted in: Japan expected to see record number of M&A deals in 2021 See in context

All sounds fair as long as it does not eliminate the competition and hurt the spirit of a market driven economy.

The less competition the more monopoly.

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Posted in: Japan startup SkyDrive aims for flying taxi service at 2025 World Expo See in context

Good proposal but People can't even afford a gas powered taxi unless they work for the government, so why even bother with a flying taxi.

Also there are several companies who developed and successfully tested flying cars why not partner with them and improve on it??

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Posted in: 3 Japan PM hopefuls urge elderly to stay on job for pension system See in context

NO THANK YOU, Work to death is what they are basically saying.

The average life expectancy for men is about 75 years and for women is about 80, so men only get to enjoy the benefits of their hard working years for about 5 years.

It is the system responsibility to make sure that enough funds are available to support itself, also if and when the government employees pay their fare share and get an equal pension in line with the public sector then there will be enough cash to go around.

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Posted in: Woman arrested on 2nd charge of abandoning infant’s body at home 3 years ago See in context

Get her help please, she is mentally ill and need counseling.

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Posted in: Japan to donate 30 mil additional doses of COVID-19 vaccine See in context

Well Done Japan, proud to be a tax payer.

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Posted in: Man arrested for threatening ‘massacre’ at vaccination site in Tokyo See in context

Funny but Sad, get him some help, he needs it.

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Posted in: Japan court rules in favor of Sri Lankans over rights to fair trial See in context

Glad to see that the justice system is alive and working, well done sir.

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Posted in: Women's entry in LDP leader race may not boost empowerment See in context

""the Liberal Democratic Party is still heavily influenced by conservative male heavyweights""

AMEN, and that's why it is time for new parties to step up efforts and take control.

Ending the LDP monopoly on power should be the main theme of this election.

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Posted in: LDP president candidates vow to double spending on children See in context

Simple,

1 Give the children their birth right, FREE EDUCATION all the way till they graduate from college. Denmark, Germany, Canada, Norway all provide free education, it a cheap investment. 2 Allow parents who pay child support a tax credit so they can pay it and be able to deduct it as an expense, many parents are reluctant to pay child support because it is a major expense. 3 Stop supporting all the lazy and worthless blood sucking leaches who are sitting at their parents homes never got a job, never looked for one, and never paid taxes. 4 Clamp down on all these FAKE claims of mental illness and the doctors who are abusing the system. in may cases the doctors are in on the scheme and collect part of the payments.

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Posted in: 'Who the hell are you?' Japanese man asks bear while it’s attacking him See in context

Poor guy, that is one hell of surprise.

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