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Posted in: Japan to lift entry ban on travelers from 9 countries, regions; exempt returning residents from quarantine See in context

And yes, you should not be allowed to travel outside of your current Country unless you have an approved reason for doing so, and an approved return quarantine route, which does not impact your employment.

If your employer does not grant you the exceptional quarantine period, then they should be named and shamed, and legally held accountable.

If you flouted the rules and went on a "Holiday" then likewise, you too should be held accountable and loose your job.

The British situation is sadly due to the idiocy of the population thinking they can do what they want, and that has been "edged on" by certain media publications...

The Rupert Murdoch media empire is about to find itself with a huge back lash supported by Governments across the World - I would not be surprised if he is imprisoned in a very public trial.

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Posted in: Japan to lift entry ban on travelers from 9 countries, regions; exempt returning residents from quarantine See in context

Quarantine should be done properly.... not like the UK, where you can .. travel to your quarantine location unchecked/escorted.

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Posted in: Japan to lift entry ban on travelers from 9 countries, regions; exempt returning residents from quarantine See in context

Exceptions should be allowed, such as attending a Funeral of a Family member - but then upon return Strict Quarantine rules should be enforced. Though exceptions should be monitored and controlled to avoid abuse.

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Posted in: Japan to lift entry ban on travelers from 9 countries, regions; exempt returning residents from quarantine See in context

All International Travel should be banned Globally unless one-way repatriation to permanent residency.

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Posted in: Japan to lift entry ban on travelers from 9 countries, regions; exempt returning residents from quarantine See in context

Well.. those Chinese stuck in Japan can't get back to China, until the re-entry ban is lifted.

But Chinese CCP members like Japan as a safe haven... hence why we havent seen such a great influx of Covid cases.

But the whole international travel permission thing is rubbish... this is exactly what has led to the UK seeing a huge increase in infections. Unnecessary International travel should be stopped until the Pandemic has been curtailed. Repatriation of individuals should be allowed and managed under strict quarantine rules. Companies should be forced to not fire individuals subjected to such rules.

The rule should be "DO NOT GO ABROAD" and "ALLOW NO OVERSEAS VISITORS" until this pandemic is resolved.

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Posted in: TikTok moves into ecommerce with Shopify partnership See in context

I'm more afraid of China having my personal data (spending habbits, etc) than the US.

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Posted in: U.S. judge delays extradition of 2 men accused of helping Ghosn escape from Japan See in context

I have personally experienced Interrogation by the Japanese Police... it is a quite like those Wartime Movies where you see someone being interrogated by the Gestapo.

Their aim is to disprove your innocence, regardless whether or not you were clearly the Victim. And they do their best to try to make you be inconsistent or raise doubts over your statement... which itself, may not be taken down clearly.

Never Sign anything with the Police, unless you have a Lawyer, and a decent translator present.

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Posted in: U.S. judge delays extradition of 2 men accused of helping Ghosn escape from Japan See in context

Another thing to consider... Carlos Ghosn has not been convicted lawfully of any Crime. Instead he has been detained by the Japanese Criminal System indefinitely.

So helping a "Convict" to escape does not apply here...

Voluntary attendance could be requested of these men but forcefully deporting them to Japan would suggest a Political tit for tat agreement in the making

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Posted in: U.S. judge delays extradition of 2 men accused of helping Ghosn escape from Japan See in context

They should not be extradited. Justice in Japan is unfair, biased, Corporate influenced, subject to Political intervention, and is based upon Guilt before being proven innocent. These nobodies haven't a chance in hell if they get extradited here.

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Posted in: Japan, U.S. begin military exercise as concern about China grows See in context

RIMPAC GAMES ?

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Posted in: Sony first-half net profit doubles, forecast revised up See in context

Times are currently hard for Cinematic Media Studios, Microsoft may well enter such a Market and take on Sony head to head through the outright purchase of a well known "Studio"....

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Posted in: Nomura's second-quarter profit slumps 51% See in context

I have heard that Nomura charges extortionate fees to the local Corporate Clients, but somehow simply gets away with it.

If that is the case, then I will wonder how long this situation will continue under the current environment.

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Posted in: Technology matters, but how real are our virtual lives at work and play? See in context

If there is one thing our democracy needs, it is fact checking.

"Facts" are debatable these days. If we were to read anything factual... it would be dry, limited to bullet points and wouldn't really be interesting - so you wouldn't go out and buy such a factual Newspaper...

Any if you believe the "fact" information in Tech Companies Legal texts when you sign up for services, you would probably read between the lines and not use those services.

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Posted in: Technology matters, but how real are our virtual lives at work and play? See in context

Wouldn't be surprised to see some US Lawyer step in saying that you can't use "matters" as that's copyrighted by the BLM movement.

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Posted in: UK Labour suspends ex-leader Corbyn on anti-Semitism 'day of shame' See in context

Unfortunately, criticising the State of Israel now is classed as being anti-semitic, this doesn't help relations, furthermore the cloistered communities do not integrate with the rest of Society and that just makes for rumors about them. When you get to know the more liberal of them, they're nice people - generally, just like your average person. I think Corbyn is being held as a scape goat for others excesses, someone has to be seen to fall, and he sadly is.

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Posted in: New Zealand votes to legalize euthanasia but not marijuana See in context

They should have a vote on banning Alcohol,

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Posted in: French prosecutor: Nice church killer is Tunisian who entered country from Italy See in context

Islam certainly has a lot of followers willing to go out and kill someone in the name of their Religion.

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Posted in: Gov't officially asks local authorities, business lobbies to extend New Year holiday See in context

Why can't they simply make a new National Holiday... ?

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Posted in: Woman beheaded, 2 others killed in French church See in context

Personally, I dont care... about a persons religion, but I currently can hold that opinion here - and I neither care about a persons Color of their Skin... Were things to change like these Radicalized Religious leaders of the Muslim World want, then I would have no choice other than to obey to their whim!

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Posted in: Split the bill with your future self: Paidy launches 3-Pay See in context

Basic Rule.

Don't buy what you can't pay for.

Buying on Credit is a slippery slope to disaster. Sure, use your Credit Card for purchases without Cash, but pay off in full at the end of each Monthly period, otherwise switch to Cash and follow the Basic Rule.

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Posted in: Lawmaker Anri Kawai released on ¥12 mil bail after 4 months in detention See in context

@Septim Dynasty - all Politicians are generally in it for what they can get out of it, regardless Dictator or Communist. Religious leaders are also, not immune to this "disease".

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Posted in: Man arrested over hit-and run death in Ibaraki Prefecture See in context

So whilst driving if you feel a thump in your car you don't bother to stop and find out what happened ? I mean, like you may have just hit something right ? Or perhaps even, it could have been something portentous of an impending disaster for yourself ? Like a bit of your car falling off.... maybe even a brake pad - so you're not even curious ?

Perhaps the playing of loud music within the car meant that you didnt hear it... Law makers should focus upon banning music/noise within Cars ... rather than Cyclists wearing headphones!

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Posted in: Man arrested in 1st cycling 'road rage' case under new law See in context

@kurisupisu - +1 for your honorable behaviour towards Cyclist, you must clearly be very Patient.

A question for you, which side do you give way to ? Left or Right ?

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Posted in: Man arrested in 1st cycling 'road rage' case under new law See in context

The video clip posted by rainyday is a good case of a classic nutter who needs dealing with. He's a danger to all persons - other Cyclists, Vehicles and Pedestrians alike. He needs correction attention.

However, expressing anger at a lousy driver should not result in arrest. I really dislike the careless rich kids driving around with their girls partying and trying to impress and not caring about other road users.... one in an open top, pulled out right across my path forcing me to slam the brakes, I have the benefit of a loud voice ... that drew a lot of attention to the situation, his back seat party Girls were somewhat embarrassed then and sunk down into their seats... they should choose a better BF otherwise they may end up as another statistic...

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Posted in: Man arrested in 1st cycling 'road rage' case under new law See in context

That said, Drivers need to be held to account, I was blocked twice this morning, by cars/trucks simply seeing I was the only nearby traffic, and coming driving immediately out in front of me to cross the road boundary, but then simply stopping in the middle waiting for oncoming traffic on the other side.... one even did so in front of a Traffic Cop without any whistle blowing!!!!

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Posted in: Man arrested in 1st cycling 'road rage' case under new law See in context

I came across a nutter tonight, trying to entice me into an argument. Just be polite, civil and be on your way - ignore them.

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Posted in: Charlie Hebdo sparks Turkish fury with cartoon of Erdogan See in context

Will China be heaping praise upon the French and offering advice upon how to deal with troublesome groups ?

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Posted in: Charlie Hebdo sparks Turkish fury with cartoon of Erdogan See in context

Its only the Muslim Nations that hold wild protests over stupid cartoons - and why, well because their Religious leaders told the brainwashed majority to do so...

Macron is 100% right to say what he said. However, may he could have added the exclusion of Law abiding citizens who practiced their religion without impacting others... (too long winded).

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Posted in: Japan prefers piecemeal approach to big bailout for carrier ANA See in context

Ultimately the Bank of Japan is responsible. So the chain of payment obligations could theoretically be frozen in time until such time the situation becomes normal again - of course that would mean no one gets paid in between now and then, and Companies go bust....

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Posted in: Gov't puts off decision to release treated Fukushima water into sea See in context

This is the Official line... unofficially however, there's a big leak...

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