Monty comments

Posted in: Japan to start 4th vaccine shots for elderly, at-risk groups from May 25 See in context

Why? It doesn't seem to work very well.

Waste of time! Maybe if they had a vaccine that actually worked

it can lead to actually weakening the immune system and having the opposite effect

the CEO of Pfizer stated that as vaccines don’t work

there are a number of deaths and extreme side effects from vaccines

Summary and conclusion from all these comments:

It makes no sense to take this vaccine?

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Posted in: WHO: China's COVID plan is 'unsustainable' due to Omicron See in context

Again for everyone to make notes, only ZeroCovid is good Covid!

I guess everyone agree with that,.. but impossible to reach.

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Posted in: Japan signs ¥13 bil loan deal to help Ukraine economy See in context

More inflation for us. Thanks for that.

And why?

Because One country, with all its insane mass murdering Mob, which you support and cheer up very much, was invading and starting a war with its neighbour country and is killing innocent men, women and children.

If that had not been happen Japan would not do this loan deal.

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Posted in: California churchgoers detained gunman in deadly attack See in context

Multiple people were shot Sunday at a church

At a church?

This crazy american gun freaks didn't even hesitate to shoot at a church.

These american gun freaks have no respect from nothing.

Crazy America!

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Posted in: 10 dead, suspect, 18, arrested in mass shooting at Buffalo supermarket See in context

This Gun freedom in america is completely out of control!

Too many idiots over there who enjoy to own and to use a gun.

Thanks God I am not living in America!

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Posted in: Finland's leaders call for NATO membership 'without delay' See in context

Hey NATO clowns, do you want to start third world war??..

Only the insane Russian mass murdering mob do not hesitate to do that.

Therefore it is good to see that the world stands up against the Russian aggressor and biggest threat of world peace!

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Posted in: Woman indicted on cocaine smuggling charge See in context

This article is again completely bad written and leave many questions open.

that a foreigner at a hotel in Dubai handed her a backpack containing the two books as souvenirs.

What does that exactly mean? Does she pledge innocent?

If yes...

Does she know that foreigner?

Two books as a souvenir...for whom?

In case she didn't know that foreigner, who the hell is so stupid to take a backpack from a person, you do not know, and bring for this person children books as a souvenir into japan?

And to whom should she give these books as a souvenir?

During a baggage inspection, customs officers found two children’s books with their back and front covers bulging one centimeter thick.

Bulging one centimeter thick...didn't she recognize that?

I want to know if this woman pledges guilty or not guilty.

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Posted in: Shanghai reaffirms zero-COVID policy; WHO says it is not sustainable See in context

but still can love how they fight those viruses there, exactly like it has to be done.

It is easy to say that if you are not living there and if you are not directly personally affected from that.

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Posted in: Shanghai reaffirms zero-COVID policy; WHO says it is not sustainable See in context

but still can love how they fight those viruses there, exactly like it has to be done.

Me, and I guess millions of people who are living in China, and not overseas in countries with almost zero restrictions, completely disagree with that!

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Posted in: Shanghai reaffirms zero-COVID policy; WHO says it is not sustainable See in context

So China created a virus that they released on...themselves?

Created by themselves, and released by themselves or by accident.

Which cannot be verified because you said all proof is destroyed?

Maybe destroyed is the wrong word. Hiding is the better word. But I assume that also a lot of evidences were already destroyed.

Until today, China do not let anyone conduct a full investigation. They do not give fully access to their laboratories including fully access to all data and they do not let investigators talk to the correct persons.

In my opinion, China is hiding something.

China is hiding the truth behind the origin of this virus.

And I am still not convinced that this virus origin is natural.

I say, China create that virus in their laboratories and then set if free on purpose or by accident.

The CCP do not hesitate in anything!

(Best friends of Russia)

But I said that already many times here before...as long as there is no FULL investigation with FULL access to the Laboratory in Wuhan with FULL access to all data and experiments, and FULL access for the investigators to talk with ALL laboratory staff, I am not convinced that this virus is origin natural.

But that is not the topic here.

The topic here is their stupid Zero Covid Strategy.

But sometimes I am wondering why are they doing that?

Do they know AND HIDE something about the virus what the rest of the world do not know?

Or is it like AAA said?:

I heard an interesting take on this the other day. It could be a stress test to see how the urban populations deals with extreme duress like those they could potentially suffer if the CCP decide to invade Taiwan!

Or is it because the CCP is just stupid?

Who knows...

Maybe we will never know....

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Posted in: Shanghai reaffirms zero-COVID policy; WHO says it is not sustainable See in context

If they were this diligent at the beginning of this whole mess,

Absolutely!

From the beginning they handle this Virus in a complete mess.

They create this virus and then let it escape from their Laboratory in Wuhan.

They deported each person who has proof for that.

They destroyed all documents who proof that.

They don't give inspectors full access to data.

They still let people travel around the world and let them spread the virus around.

And now? Bringing their own population at the edge of their nerves.

Conclusion 1:

China completely failed in handling with what they create.

Conclusion 2:

China sucks!

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Posted in: Will new vaccines be better at fighting coronavirus variants? See in context

They should get rid of the horrible side effects with which people are suffering after taking the vaccine.

A vaccine that pulls you off your feet and gives you a damned high fever, horrible headaches and whatever, for 3 consecutive days, is not really a motivation to take it.

This must really be improved from the vaccine makers.

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Posted in: U.S. drug regulator limits use of J&J COVID vaccine See in context

Probably this is just the beginning.

I am wondering what more will come to light within the next months about the vaccines.

And I am not talking about J&J only.

Oh...stop...didn't we get told how safe the vaccine is from the so highly admired self nominated experts and internet trolls?

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Posted in: Japan to ease COVID border controls 'in stages' from June: Kishida See in context

many Japanese people continue to wear masks even when outdoors, 

Because Corona will stay with us forever, japanese people will continue to wear masks forever. Even outdoors.

The media, the politicians, the self nominated experts and all the internet trolls, with all their paranoid and fearmongering nonsens, set the japanese people under a horrible fear for the Corona virus.

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Posted in: Russia bans entry of Kishida, 62 other Japanese ministers, citizens See in context

Japanese officials believe the ban will have no impact on the government as it has had no plan to send a senior figure to Russia.

That is exactly the point.

Nobody Is interesting to go to Russia, so there is absolutely no problem with this entry ban.

Relations between Japan and Russia have sunk to their lowest level in decades.

So what? Who cares?

The Russian government is nothing more then a piece of s...t, and it is zero necessary to have a good relationship with such a insane massmurdering state and also with all its supporters and followers.

Isolate this mass murdering state and all its supporters and followers, and sooner or later they will crawl back and come back, and they will beg for doing buisness with them.

But then, the world should show them the middle finger, so that these as...les understand what they did and what they are still doing.

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Posted in: The quest for a universal coronavirus vaccine See in context

Monty…you used to a sensible chap. Seems like you’ve been reading too much alternative media.

Probably you are right...

But anyway...かんぱい...let's enjoy golden week!

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Posted in: The quest for a universal coronavirus vaccine See in context

This was my comment to your article in January 2022;

According that article it varies from 40% to 73% which is basically very good and much more than I expected.

Now it is May 2022!

Additional, The study in the article started in May 2021. One year ago.

And like you said, I was surprised, because I didn't believe that high percentage, and now in May 2022 and during the last months, the reality shows that my surprise at that time, or let me better say, my non believe was correct and your article from August 2021 is now proven as wrong by the reality.

At that time I said 40 to 73% is much more than I expected.

So my assumption at that time, before I read the article, was much lower.

And now the reality shows that my assumption, before I read the article was correct and that this article is wrong, based on the current reality.

Cases increase because of the effect of highly transmissible variants and relaxation of other measures

Now you contradicted again yourself.

You agree here that the cases increase. Even we have a vaccine!

And what you are saying with effect of highly transmissible variants, means that the vaccine do NOT help to prevent the transmission of those variants.

Which brings the conclusion, that the vaccine do not help to reduce the transmission and your article from 2021 is now proven wrong.

Even by yourself.

Because in May 2021, when that article study starts, we didnt have so much different highly transmissable variants.

Now after 1 year, with different highly transmissable variants, the reality let this article lose all its value.

So it seems that you agree with me, that now in May 2022, the vaccine is proven as no, or let me better say, no big help to reduce the transmission, because, like you said, of the highly transmissable variants.

I agree with you, it also because people let down their own personal preventions.

By why are they doing that?

People who do let down their personal preventions are mainly 3x vaccinated, and they think, that they can not spread or transmit the virus.

Why are they thinking like that?

Because they got told so by the experts and because of such false articles, which you posted with a link.

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Posted in: The quest for a universal coronavirus vaccine See in context

People that want to have a much more realistic and rational approach than just personal beliefs are more interested in the development of vaccines

Yes, as long as the vaccine makes sense and shows a really trustworthy and safe effectiveness.

By the way, what you said yesterday in another article here was wrong.

The worst thing is that you already know this (because you asked for this reference and was even surprised the reduction was above 60 %) 

I guess you mentioned about a discussion I had with another poster in february, when I heard from him or her, that the effectiveness of the vaccine is 75%.

But that discussion was about the efficiency of the vaccine against hospitalzation and death. Not about transmission!

The other poster said the effectivness of the vaccine is about 75% for hospitaization and death.

Yes, I was surprised about that.

But that was no discussion about transmission.

But even I would have been surprised about a prevention in transmission for 60% or more, means that my surprise was correct, because now the reality shows us a complete different picture.

Like the example from SK yesterday.

Vaccine Rates increase, and so do the cases.

Plus the link of an article you posted yesterday is from August 2021.

Which is now already completely proven as false by the reality which we can currently see all over the world.

I agree that it helps to reduce hospitalization and deaths, but not transmission.

But anyway, this doesn't belong to this article here.

I just wanted to clarify that.

I also support development of new vaccines, but like I said as long as they make sense.

Which means, no horrible side effects for 3 or more days, like the current Covid one, and not every 4-5 months a new booster.

A good vaccine for me means:

I have to take it just once in my lifetime. Or maximum twice. And no side effects after I took it.

I take the influence vaccine every year, which is already a little bit troublesome.

But I am ok with that trouble, because since I took that influenza Vaccine every year, I was not sick anymore with Influenza A, B or C.

So basically I say, the influeza vaccine is a good one even I have to take it every year, but it seems to protect me and no side effects.

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Posted in: Japan to limit 4th COVID vaccine to elderly, those with underlying conditions See in context

Sorry, last part of my post was missing...

Vaccine rates increased all over the world, so if its true that the vaccine helps to reduce the transmission, the Corona cases must go down, or at least stay stable.

But the cases increases everywhere.

Here In Japan, cases are stable and sometimes go down.

But not because of the vaccination rate, it is because people behave well, like wearing masks, hand sanitizers and such things.

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Posted in: Japan to limit 4th COVID vaccine to elderly, those with underlying conditions See in context

vaccines do help reducing transmission (which is true)

Which is absolutely not true.

That is what the so called experts are trying to tell us, but that is completely wrong.

Best Example is given from the other poster here about South Korea.

Vaccination rate of 86%, daily infections 400.000.

Vaccine rates increased during the last weeks and months in SK, and so did the cases.

Therefore, the vaccine do not help to reduce transmission.

People believe blindly what they got told, that vaccine do reduce transmissions, so they let down their basic protections, and therefore cases increase, because the vaccines do NOT help reducing transmissions.

People should not blindly believe what the experts and vaccine makers are trying to sell them.

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Posted in: COVID shots still work but researchers seek new improvements See in context

Unless you know the demographics it can actually be a low number

Demographics is here completely irrelevant.

220 people out of 555 died, even 2x vaccinated, and that is a lot!

To play down the high number of 220 people, by saying they are probably in the high risk group, makes no sense, because that is just your speculation.

And speculations don't change the reality:

220 people out of 550 people died even they are 2x vaccinated.

And everyone do agree that 220 people out of 555 is a lot.

And additional, it doesn't matter if they are at a high risk group, because according the experts, the vaccine also protects the high risk groups.

But as so far we do not know anything about these 220 peoples health situation or age or any further information about the circumstances, so yes...you can continue to speculate.

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Posted in: COVID shots still work but researchers seek new improvements See in context

There is another report on JT here today which says,

the health ministry said 555 people died at home from January to March when the sixth wave of the coronavirus struck Japan. Of those, 39 percent had received the second shot of the COVID-19 vaccine.

39 percent out of 555 people who died, even they are double vaccinated, is very very high.

People should not think that the vaccine protects you from dying.

We are told day in day out from the experts, that the risk of dying and hospitalization is very low if we take the vaccine, but 39 percent out of 555 is not a low number.

That is really high!

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Posted in: Scholz says Germany seeks closer ties with Indo-Pacific See in context

Damned,...Scholz...where is your mask?

This is not Germany.

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Posted in: BA.2 subvariant likely represents 90% of coronavirus cases in Japan See in context

Separately, the health ministry said 555 people died at home from January to March when the sixth wave of the coronavirus struck Japan.

This is the real news. Why isn’t this being given more attention and discussed in the media here?

And also very important to know and to understand is this:

Of those, 39 percent had received the second shot of the COVID-19 vaccine.

People should not think that the vaccine protects you from dying.

We get told day in day out from the experts, that the risk of dying and hospitalization is very low if we take the vaccine.

But 39 percent out of 555 people who died, even they are double vaccinated, is very very high.

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Posted in: COVID shots still work but researchers seek new improvements See in context

and ready for what may become an annual booster,

Basically I am OK with an annual booster. (Same as the influenza shot)

But what is really necessary is, to reduce the side effects.

The side effects of this vaccine are too strong.

It makes no sense that people are tough sick up to 3 days or more after taking this vaccine.

So this must be improved a lot.

But “we’re going to have a difficult time stopping transmission with the current systemic vaccines," Diamond added.

Absolutely!

“We have all learned that.”

Unfortunately not all.

There are still people around who do not understand that.

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Posted in: Japan should ease COVID border controls for foreigners: panel members See in context

We all know, that then the numbers of cases will increase here in Japan and of course the foreigners will be blamed for that.

So to everyone who support to ease border controls;

Don't start to whine when numbers will increase and foreigners will be blamed for that.

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Posted in: Harris positive for COVID-19; Biden not 'close contact' See in context

If triple vaccinated individuals still need to isolate that means they are capable of transmitting the virus.

She is not only triple vaccinated, she is 4x vaccinated.

*She received a booster shot in late October and *an additional booster on April 1. 

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Posted in: Putin is an extreme pragmatist, and fundamentally, he believes in power. I'd say he's like a Sengoku (Warring States period) general. For example, if you told Oda Nobunaga to respect human rights, it wouldn't work at all. See in context

Former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, comparing Russian President Vladimir Putin to 16th century Japanese warlord Oda Nobunaga

I compare Vladimir Putin with a total insane, mass murdering, giving orders to destinguish a whole nation, killing innocent people and raping young women as...hole, who is on the same madness level like Adolf Hitler.

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Posted in: Should you wear a mask on a plane, bus or train when there's no mandate? See in context

Should you wear a mask on a plane, bus or train when there's no mandate?

I do!

But sometimes, when I have to work on a weekend morning shift, the first train I take is almost empty, and I can choose a seat with nobody around me.

Then I take off my mask.

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Posted in: Who left the tap on? Teacher in hot water for pool bill See in context

Because of all the fearmongering, and Panic sheering Nonsense about Covid, spread by the media, all the self nominated experts and Internet trolls, people got really strange ideas how to stop the corona virus infections.

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