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Posted in: Thousands flock to walk-in youth vaccination site in Tokyo See in context

There is clearly demand, which is great to see. In the US you basically have to pay and create incentives for young people. Japan needs to step up operations to meet demand.

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Posted in: Top Chinese actress hit with $46 mil tax fine as Beijing targets celebrity culture See in context

China just wants to completely suppress their people and destroy anything that gets attention that is not a nationalistic cause.

Can’t wait to see people hit their breaking point and then the uprising against their dictatorship will be the collapse of the CCP.

Unril then, boycott China.

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Posted in: Nirvana sued by man who was nude baby on 'Nevermind' cover in 1991 See in context

@express sister

Good point. This guy does sound more like someone who hates liberal leaning artists. Probably some unemployable magat.

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Posted in: U.S. Supreme Court allows evictions to resume during pandemic See in context

I think some people are taking advantage for sure. There is a huge labor shortage in the US, so jobs are available. A lot of people just don’t want to return to those jobs or pay rent. While I also would love to work or pay rent, that’s not a sustainable or responsible option.

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Posted in: Kishida to run against Suga in LDP leadership race See in context

Pretty sure these are basically the same people.

How cool would it to be to let the people of Japan vote on a PM? Imagine that.

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Posted in: Always there: The AI chatbot comforting China's lonely millions See in context

This is what people turn to when they are complete miserable and oppressed by their government. Glad I don’t live there.

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Posted in: Anti-Paralympics protestor arrested for kicking police officer near stadium See in context

@michael machida

Your statement is laughable. You clearly don’t know what government oppression is.

I seriously doubt that the Olympics impacted your life in anyway. I know it didn’t negatively impact anyone around me.

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Posted in: Hong Kong to step up film censorship See in context

@kumagaijin

That is a very lazy and careless statement to make.

Social media and any kind of media has always had a certain degree of censorship, ie profanity, nudity.

The recent crackdown on the spread of misinformation by social media that has been leading to real life death, is not even comparable to the CCP censorship on anyone that questions or criticizes them. Look at any US media and it’s basically a free for all of saying anything you want about the government. Do that in China and you will be in a labor camp by the one if the day.

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Posted in: Hong Kong to step up film censorship See in context

And this is why most of the world hates China.

All the value of HK will soon be gone as anything China touches turns into cheap garbage.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 2,447 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 16,841 See in context

People on here cheer when the numbers go up saying they knew it and it’s the result of the failed government. Then when the numbers go down, they call government cover up.

This mindset is warped.

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Posted in: Motegi visits Iraq; 1st by Japanese foreign minister in 15 years See in context

More investment in energy that will kills us.

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Posted in: Taliban's takeover in Afghanistan may change China's strategy toward Japan See in context

I don’t think the taliban are going to look the other way while China wages a domestic genocide against Muslims. The US was helping China by keeping this extremist regime at bay, but they now have a close neighbor to take their rage out on.

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Posted in: Ultra-classy overnight bus gives you your own sleeping pod See in context

Cool, now companies can save on both Shinkansen and hotel accommodations for salaryman domestic business trips.

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Posted in: China passes tough new online privacy law See in context

CCP never has good intentions. They are just upset they are not the only ones spying and manipulating their society.

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Posted in: China state firms invest in TikTok sibling, Weibo chat app See in context

Unless you want to live in a communist dictatorship, start boycotting China now.

I started to boycott goods from China about 5 years ago and all my goods last longer and usability is so much better.

Stop buying crappy goods and supporting a horrible country that practice genocide and killed millions around the world with their virus.

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Posted in: Coronavirus infections in Tokyo outstrip hospital capacity to treat patients See in context

Thanks China for ruining the world. Never forget.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 5,386 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally hits record 23,917 See in context

Time for the government to start more restrictions because somehow Japanese adults can’t be responsible for their own actions and need to be told explicitly how to behave.

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Posted in: Japanese woman freed from Chinese prison after serving 6-year sentence See in context

China has consistently charged foreigners for espionage without showing any proof of having a transparent legal process.

Sorry, but I don’t believe a word from the Chinese government.

Boycott China before we are all living under its oppressive regime.

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Posted in: China rejects need for further WHO coronavirus origins probe See in context

Understandably, it’s bad optics for their world takeover plan if everyone finds out they are responsible for killing millions and causing world devastation due to their lab leak.

If it was caused only by their unsanitary food regulations like they say, they would welcome any investigators to clear their reputation. They have done the opposite, which the only conclusion is they are hiding something they are terrified for the world to find out. They just admitted their guilt. The blood is on the hands of China, never forget.

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Posted in: Beijing Winter Olympics next but virus, boycott calls loom large See in context

Boycott the China Olympics.

Why give legitimacy to a country that is actively conducting genocide and oppressing Tibet and HK?

They shouldn’t be spending money on the Olympics, they should be paying out trillions to every country in the world for spreading their virus and killing millions. They need to be held accountable.

I’m sure the Olympics will go ahead because money is powering it, but the boycott movement against them is strong and all their atrocities will be the focus of the Olympics.

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Posted in: Key to success of Beijing Olympics lies in China-Japan relations See in context

@blahblah

The Chinese people only support what their government tells them to. They know if they say anything to thar isn’t aligned with the ccp, their social score will drop and they will disappear into a labor camp in a second.

Thats the life of living with an oppressive dictatorship.

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Posted in: Key to success of Beijing Olympics lies in China-Japan relations See in context

We should not be having the Olympics in China, who is guilty of genocide and the oppression of the the HK people, plus about a dozen other horrific aggressions against other countries.

I will not watch one minute of the Beijing Olympics and looking forward to the movement that is gaining momentum to boycotts against Beijing.

China needs to focus on taking accountability for the pandemic they created and start financially paying back the world. Not even an apology. Disgusting.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 2,884 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 12,073 See in context

@syzyguy

Everyone I know that wanted to get a test got one. Early on there were limited places to be tested, but that has not been the case since last summer.

People are spreading misinformation and it’s likely not coming from Japanese or anyone living in Japan.

It is very simple to get a test in Tokyo these days.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympics see 22 more COVID-19 cases; total tops 400 See in context

@chris

Over 80%.

All the fear mongering that the Olympics would turn Japan into the next hotspot did not happen.

Just need to get control and vaccinations for all the 20-30 year old Japanese that gave up trying and things should be fairly stable.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympics see 22 more COVID-19 cases; total tops 400 See in context

400 total with 80,000 people from abroad that came for the Olympics and were tested almost daily. No superspreader outbreaks.

Bravo to Japan for pulling that off.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 4,566 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 15,753 See in context

@dagon

I’m a liberal. You speculate too much. Get it together and stop screaming at the sky.

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Posted in: Tokyo man loses lawsuit after slipping on tempura at supermarket See in context

This guy would have been a millionaire had this happened in the US. Slam dunk case.

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Posted in: China slams U.S. offer of safe haven for Hong Kong residents See in context

China is just bitter the US is killing them in the Olympics, again. Even with the CCP putting children in camps to train them all day long for the sole purpose of winning medals, they still fall short of the US. That had to sting.

The dead look in all the eyes of those Chinese athletes is telling, they are not happy even when they win.

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Posted in: China slams U.S. offer of safe haven for Hong Kong residents See in context

China has made an enemy with every democratic country in the world by their oppression on the people of HK. They can censor everything that happens in their country, but the eyes of the world watched what unfolded there and it’s unforgivable.

They are setting themselves up for a major downfall.

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Posted in: Japanese scientists develop freeze-dried mouse sperm postcards See in context

Looks like scientists get far off track with their work too.

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