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Posted in: Japanese governors call for sufficient COVID-19 vaccine supply See in context

Starting with the Abe administration Japan has bungled it’s response to the pandemic. Abe was too embroiled in at least two national scandals involving his personal friends and himself. He then unrealistically moved to postpone the Olympics for only 12 months when it should have been realistically more like 15 months. His successor Suga further compounded the current situation when he and his party delayed the testing and the implementation of an efficient vaccination program nationwide. Japanese bureaucracy cannot effectively lead in this day and age. It is too embroiled in scandals, inefficiencies and under the table self gratification efforts among its male dominated politicians

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Posted in: Firm led by former Japanese minister linked to Myanmar military See in context

Greed conquers all. Japan is led by old men who worship money. They for sake the working class by not paying them fair wages. They subjugate women by paying them less than men and block their upward mobility In industry and government. Japan cannot compete with their peers in the world community. It ranks last among industrialized nations in reading its populace of Covid. Japanese men cannot adjust to the fast changing world situations because they are rigidly locked with the customs and morays of their forefathers

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Posted in: Putin says Russia ready to continue peace treaty talks with Japan See in context

Vladamir is a snake oil salesman. He will sell the sizzle but not the steak. He is gaming the Japanese bureaucratic leaders for their Ill advised largesse. The Japanese will throw money at Putin thinking that they can gain their territories back. He has often confided to Lazaroff that the Japanese will never get their land back. The state of affairs will never change until Putin is overthrown by widespread discontent over corruption and financial collapse of the Russian economy. Putin has absconded with billions of rubles in Russian tax revenues and has stashed them with none other than Donald Trump. The median net worth of Russian citizens is $581 per capita. Nas da Rovia! Russian socialists and communists are loyal to the party but no longer serve the Russian people

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Posted in: Mass vaccinations in Tokyo, Osaka get into full swing; Kobe opens large center See in context

Too little too late. Typical bureaucratic pace that can only be sped up by under the table negotiations which will only benefit political insiders and benefactors

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Posted in: LDP lawmaker says being LGBT goes against preservation of species See in context

Japan is led by old Japanese men who are easily swayed by under the table deals. It is time for women to break the glass ceiling and rise to the occasion.

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Posted in: Japan could freeze all Myanmar aid, foreign minister warns See in context

Why so late? Foreign aid and investments should have been stopped months ago. Like the delayed vaccine rollout Japan is too slow to act efficiently and timely. Japanese bureaucracy made up of Patriarchal And bureaucratic old men cannot rise to the occasion. It’s time for Japan to have its best and brightest leaders which means women must break the glass ceiling and rise to the occasion

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Posted in: Japan's business leaders suggest ways for gov't to speed up vaccination rate See in context

Let the pharmacists nationwide vaccinate all walkins regardless of age

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Posted in: Japan expects to receive 50 mil additional doses of Pfizer vaccine See in context

Being the host nation for the Olympics, Japan should have been the leader in vaccinating its people on a timely basis in anticipation of the games. Now it’s pandemic is out of control while it fumbles it’s vaccination program

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Posted in: Will Japanese Olympians be vaccinated ahead of the public? See in context

The answer is obvious.

unfortunately, several Japanese Olympic athletes will be testing positive before their Olympic matches

And will be disqualified

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Posted in: Japan to procure enough COVID vaccines for all eligible by end of September See in context

Too little too late. A ringisho bureaucracy staffed and lead by old and incompetent men. Japan has the ability to move fast but only when money is passed under the table

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Posted in: Sugako Hashida, who wrote 'Oshin,' many other hit dramas, dies at 95 See in context

Well written. A brilliant mind

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Posted in: Barring fans from abroad for Tokyo Olympics creates many questions See in context

Bachi !

The Japanese define “Bachi” as causing one’s own bad luck. In this case it all started with the bribery to influence the voting to award Japan the Olympics this year. Then it was compounded by Abe deciding to post pone the Olympics to July rather than in the fall of this year. Then bureaucratic incompetence delayed the start of vaccinating the Japanese public which has still not happened in Japan. The British have vaccinated over 50% of their population. The Americans are well on their way To vaccinating the entire population in the next month and a half. If Japan had done the same the Olympics could have been held with all the foreign spectators present

It is time for old Japanese men to step aside and let women like the head of the Japanese Olympic committee and the governor of Tokyo take leading roles in decision making and leader ship

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Posted in: Turkish pilots, official get 4-year jail over Ghosn escape See in context

Greed conquers all. Do you think Carlos Ghosn has the ability to master mind this multi country escape? There is a missing Link or Carlos indeed has a devious mens rea

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Posted in: Distillery drinking up plaudits as its craft whisky proves a hit See in context

I’ll drink to that

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Posted in: SoftBank reaches deal with WeWork See in context

It would be an interesting thesis for MBA students to analyze Son’s decision making from a to Z on this deal. Can Son vindicate himself and spin this around?

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Posted in: After solid Twins debut, Maeda aims to finish even stronger See in context

Go Kenta!!! Where is your World Series ring? You earned it

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Posted in: LDP wants more women at meetings, but only if they don't talk: Nikai See in context

Where have I heard this before? In America we lambaste old white men who led us through the genocide of Native Americans, the mass kidnapping and slavery of blacks, the unlawful internment of Japanese Americans and the deaths of over 6000 young American servicemen and women in the middle east based on lies of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.

The Japanese have their own version called “Hardheaded old Japanese men” who dragged Japan through the barbarism committed in Asian countries against its innocent peoples. Unfortunately male hegemony is still pervasive in Japan today. Most men in Japan make more money than women for the same job, Japanese management is devoid of women, Men don’t stand up for women and the elderly in crowded trains.... and the list goes on and on

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Posted in: Man to be extradited to Japan for aiding Ghosn's escape accuses U.S. of 'betrayal' See in context

Quotes from an ole Public defender:

“If you can’t do the time, don’t do the crime”

“Believe me, I’ve got the perfect crime“

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Posted in: Japan likely to hit COVID-19 herd immunity in Oct: researcher See in context

Incompetency and bureaucracy rule Japan. The government should have been vaccinating its citizens in late December and not wait till March. The vaccines are unavailable as the EU and other countries have not received sufficient amounts towards their quota. Japan may have to resort to vaccines from Russia and China where efficacy is as low as 45%. Herd immunity in Japan will not take place until mid 2022 or later

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Posted in: New coronavirus cases in Tokyo fall to 618; nationwide tally 2,764 See in context

Since the Japanese government is unprepared to vaccinate its citizens until March, here’s one way to stop the pandemic so the Olympics can be held in Japan in July: register all bar and restaurant owners of establishments that stay open past 8 PM at night. Also include all customers who patronize these establishments after 8 PM. This group of people will have a lower priority for hospitalization due to the pandemic. Hospitals and medical facilities must admit Covid patients from the general population before they can admit these owners and customers who are uncooperative and have no concern for the health and welfare of their fellow citizens

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Posted in: A farewell to @realDonaldTrump, gone after 57,000 tweets See in context

“He rocks in the tree-top all the day long

Hoppin' and a-boppin' and a-singin' his song

All the little birds on Jay Bird Street

Love to hear the robin go tweet tweet tweet”

sadly and unfortunately America’s leader whiled away his days tweeting, playing golf, watching daytime dramas on TV and praising Vladimir Putin, Kim Jong-un and Adolf Hitler. It was the consortium of his ex-wives Ivana, Maria and Melania who ran the White House while the corona fueled chaos raged unchecked across the country.

To quote Donald, “we are doing too much testing for the numbers should be much lower“. Sadly, the Trump supporters do not wear a mask to show solidarity with their great leader.

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Posted in: An isolated Trump faces looming impeachment threat See in context

Trump’s final Trump card is to call Putin for help. All of this banal chaos goes on while hilarity rocks Xi Jinping‘s headquarters

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Posted in: Airbus to meet suppliers amid jet output concerns, sources say See in context

As Boeing falls down Airbus cannot seize the opportunity except shoot it self in the foot.

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Posted in: Japanese beauty firm under fire over CEO comments on Koreans See in context

Racially bigoted CEOs will drag their corporate empires into bankruptcy. Consumers should mail their receipts to these CEOs and ask for a refund.

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Posted in: Councilwoman says her ouster shows gender bias in politics See in context

We were planning to visit that area but now we will only go if the Mayor is ousted and Arai san is reinstated. Shoko Arai should file a criminal complaint against the mayor. Japanese male politicians need to grow up and become educated about racial and gender equality.

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Posted in: Taiwan marks 200 days without domestic COVID-19 infection See in context

Taiwan is the safest counrry from the pandemic but it was not invited by Hawaii to send its citizens for quarantine waiver entry to Hawaii. Hawaii's governor pushed for Japan's tourists to be first for that waiver.

it is another misstep by Hawaii's governor and a slight against Taiwan's outstanding achievement. In fact New Zealand and Vietnam have better records than Hawaii but will get no headway from the governor who is of Japanese ancestry.

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Posted in: The survivor: Last Korean war criminal in Japan wants recognition See in context

His country was occupied and many of his country men were forced into slave labor and military service. He was treated inhumanely from day one. Sure he was remembered for criminal acts in the military but knowing the Japanese army he was forced into following orders that were criminal. Put yourself in those circumstances

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Posted in: What 'uyoku dantai' and Japanese alt-right groups want See in context

General MacArthur‘s biggest mistake was not to require that schools include the factual history of Japan’s War time atrocities and transgressions against its Asian neighbors. This has fostered a generation of hate and discrimination based on an uninformed and misinformed public. The government cannot apologize for it’s past transgressions against its Asian neighbors for it knows not what to apologize for. These far right hate groups in Japan are just like the Nazis in the United States. The only difference is the Nazis are encouraged by Donald Trump. Abe cannot control the right wing hate groups in Japan because he knows not what the true history is.

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Posted in: Tokyo coronavirus cases hit record daily high of 224; 80% in their 20s, 30s See in context

The easiest and quickest way to stop the spread of the coronavirus among the 20 and 30-year-olds is to limit alcohol sales and consumption in bars and restaurants to those who are at least 40 years old The daily virus count will drop dramatically. These establishments will now have a More responsible customer base wearing facemasks and practicing social distancing. This way the bars and restaurants can still remain opened for business with a chance to survive.

To cut down on the spread of the coronavirus among the homeless and/or quarantined travelers requires a simpler solution. Require all establishments selling retail and on premises consumption of alcohol to require proof of current and permanent residency. Homeless shelters qualify as permanent residency but must have a current time stamp

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Posted in: Human rights demo? Thanks but no thanks, says Kurdish residents' association See in context

Japan is a nation of a diminishing populous. It’s rural communities will disappear absent government intervention. Japan can help itself by being a beacon of hope for the oppressed and the abandoned in the world community. The Kurds are the most deserving of help and a safe refuge. They have been oppressed for decades and recently backstabbed by Donald Trump after they fought side-by-side with American troops Japan should extend a welcoming hand to a most deserving group of refugees. The Kurds will help build Japan’s future

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