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Posted in: New Zealand court rules against anti-vax parents of ill baby See in context

'High Court Judge Ian Gault said he accepted the affidavits of health experts who said there have been millions of blood transfusions performed around the world since coronavirus vaccines were introduced, and the vaccines hadn't caused any known harmful effects.' Because the 'Authorities' never look for jab-caused 'harmful effects'.

They just parrot the 'safe & effective' mantra, and blame something else.

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Posted in: A look at the Unification Church's ties to Japan's politics See in context

A wild guess - search links between the Moonies and the CIA. Just sayin... Who controlled Japan when Moon and his Moonies first appeared? Indeed, who still controls Japan?

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Posted in: Summer in Japan doesn’t feel like a Japanese summer this year, many are saying See in context

Never any mention of the elephant in the weather department - Stratospheric Aerosol Geoengineering, happening on a massive scale all over the world, but denied all over the world... Those rows of parallel, equidistant 'clouds' are just an optical illusion. Ask your 'honest' meteorological department.

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Posted in: Variants, boosters turn rich-poor vaccine gap into chasm See in context

@ virusrex

Perhaps you can explain why, seeing as no one now claims the jabs either stop a person from catching the 'virus', or from transmitting it, people should be penalised for not having the jab?

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Posted in: Variants, boosters turn rich-poor vaccine gap into chasm See in context

@ Bronco You and me both.

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Posted in: WHO calls for treaty to shield against next pandemic See in context

What a brilliant idea! And needless to say, the criminal WHO get to call the shots! Sounds like part of the NWO 'Great Reset' One World Gulag to me. Wake up, people. Check out alternative sites on the web, to get an idea what this whole cabbodle is about.

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Posted in: Japan confirms 1st case of Omicron variant See in context

Frightening, isn't it? That's the name of the game.

Still, makes you wonder how they manage to tell one variant from another, seeing as the original has never been isolated, and it goes without saying none of the variants have either. Good scam, though. How can the layman prove they are lying?

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Posted in: Biden says democracy survived Capitol riot because of police See in context

What a load of codswallop. Here is the so-called 'insurrection':

'Newly released January 6 videos that prosecutors didn’t want to reveal destroy “insurrection” narrative' (LawEnforcementToday). Some 'insurrection'.

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Posted in: Moderna's president talks about COVID-19 and vaccine technology See in context

As a couple of people on here already commented, the following paper is excellent:

https://journals.lww.com/americantherapeutics/Abstract/9000/Ivermectin_for_Prevention_and_Treatment_of.98040.aspx

And here is the conclusion:

'...Moderate-certainty evidence finds that large reductions in COVID-19 deaths are possible using ivermectin. Using ivermectin early in the clinical course may reduce numbers progressing to severe disease. The apparent safety and low cost suggest that ivermectin is likely to have a significant impact on the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic globally...'

How many hundreds of thousands of people around the world have died unnecessarily because of Big Pharma and governments demonising and restricting the use of Ivermectin, and other excellent cures and prophylactics? Will they face Nuremberg-type trials like they deserve? These safe drugs were sidelined and in many cases forbidden to be prescribed for Covid, purely because Big Pharma and the governments (with their NWO/'Great Reset' agendas) wanted to push jabs.

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Posted in: Moderna's president talks about COVID-19 and vaccine technology See in context

@ virusrex: '...the probability that COVID could cause long-term or permanent health problems is 100% (because it already has)...'

In fact, the Covid jab (it's not a vaccine - check definition), with just the recorded deaths and adverse effects logged after the jabs (which may be under-reported by a factor of 100) have, in a matter of months, passed the total of all 'vaccine-related' deaths and adverse events for many many years (I forget the reported number, but it is staggering).

Then of course, there have been FOUR recently jabbed British Airways pilots die in one week. And 17 pilots died in India (their jab status wasn't reported, but it doesn't take much working out). Have you ever heard of 'deep-vein thrombosis' on long-haul flights? That is also something which should make some of those who are getting jabbed principally so they can travel, think again. It could come to resemble Russian Roulette.

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Posted in: Moderna's president talks about COVID-19 and vaccine technology See in context

@ zichi: '...Which groups of people are refusing the vaccinations?...'

The smart ones among all groups.

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Posted in: Paying people to get vaccinated might work – but is it ethical? See in context

'...The push to get as many people vaccinated as possible is laudable and may well work...'. I beg to differ. These are experimental injections (NOT vaccines) and the experimental phase does not end till 2022/23. People are not even told they are being enrolled in an experiment, which is against the Nuremberg Code. The huge numbers of 'Adverse Effects' are being covered up, many are not even being recorded. And they are just the short term effects! Safe, cheap medications are adequate to both act as prophylactics, and treatments, for the 'virus', to whit Ivermectin. HCQ, Vitamins D3, A and C, Quercitin and others. There is no need to make the murderous vultures of Big Pharma richer than they are already.

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Posted in: Osaka hospitals buckle under COVID-19 onslaught See in context

Amazing, isn't it? In Britain, we are plagued by the Brazilian and South African,m and now the new bogey-virus, the dreaded Indina Variant. In Japan, you have the British Variant! Brazil probably has the Saharan Variant. New Zealand probably has the Greenland variant.

And isn't it amazing, how the original 'Wuhan' variant has never been isolated, so how the heck can they tell if all these other 'variants' are in fact any different from the 'original'?

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Posted in: Restaurant chain operator sues Tokyo gov't over COVID opening hour restrictions See in context

Japan's lack of Lockdowns has served it very well. Here are some figures from worldometers coronavirus info, as of March 1st, 2021:

High Lockdown 'Covid' Deaths per million population

UK 1,851

France 1,296

Italy 1,624

(those three countries have approx. 1/2 the population of Japan each).

Low/No Lockdown 'Covid' Deaths per million population

Japan 62

Why fix it if it ain't busted?

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Posted in: Hollywood action movie clips spotted in China airforce video See in context

'...The Pentagon says China already outstrips the U.S. in several areas of defense -- claims Beijing furiously denies -- and wants to double its stockpile of nuclear warheads'.

Sure, the US used that lie during the Soviet era, that the Soviet Union was far stronger than it really was, so the military-industrial complex (MIC) could get rich on new arms orders (and of course give 'electoral donations' and backhanders to the corrupt politicos and 'Intelligence' agencies).

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Posted in: Hiroshima survivors worry that the world will forget See in context

All people have to do is look at the news today from Beirut - if that wasn't a mini-nuke I'm Genghis Khan. How can people forget, when mini-nukes were used in Angola, and more recently in Yemen?

Nukes are now looked at as tactical weapons, to be used early, rather than a strategic insurance policy.

It is generally accepted that the use of nuclear bombs on Japan was not a necessary act, but was a message to Russia by the US.

As for the build-up to Pearl Harbour, I recommend reading Robert B. Stinnett's 'Day of Deceit'. Yes, sure, Japan was engaged in expansionist aggressive war, just like the US and it's cronies (sorry, 'Alliance of the Willing') in Afghanistan and Iraq, and Regime Change in Libya and Syria, with Venezuela and Iran now in their sights.

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Posted in: Chinese authorities take control of U.S. consulate in Chengdu See in context

'...A State Department statement expressed disappointment, saying the consulate “has stood at the center of our relations with the people in Western China, including Tibet, for 35 years.”

“We are disappointed by the Chinese Communist Party’s decision and will strive to continue our outreach to the people in this important region through our other posts in China,” the statement said...'

Should have thought about that before you shut the Chinese Houston Consulate.

Still, T'rump is an expert, among many other things, in cutting off his nose to spite his face. Go ahead and close more, T'rump, if you dare!

About time Humpty had a great fall; trouble is the 'Touchy-Feely' Child-Loving Dementiac who the PTB are pushing to replace Humpty should be put out to grass (if not jailed), not installed as President.

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Posted in: Japan to include anti-virus steps in revised nursing care guidelines See in context

At least the Japanese government is taking some action, unlike the Western governments, who seem to have more of a 'good riddance' attitude to the elderly.

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Posted in: Minneapolis overwhelmed again by protests over Floyd death See in context

When are ordinary, God-fearing people going to stop electing officials who allow police brutality to continue? Forget the 'Demoprat/Repugnant' circus, and vote in Independents who promise reform. Trump certainly isn't bothered by police brutality, but neither was Obama. And Foreign Policy needs basic reform - vote in Independents who promise an end to murderous War Criminal 'Regime Change' wars and war-like murderous sanctions.

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Posted in: On duty at Japan's 'last-chance' hospital for coronavirus See in context

In Europe and the UK, some reports say about half of all deaths are from Care Homes. People possibly still carrying the virus are released from hospitals into Care Homes, which is an abomination. Why send potential carriers into such a vulnerable setting?

Emergency accommodation could be set up in disused or mothballed military camps, or on military training areas.

My understanding is that Japan (and other Asian nations) have far more respect for their elderly relatives, and are far less likely to pack them off into Care Homes (please correct me if I'm wrong).

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Posted in: Abe's virus-relief ¥100,000 cash program faces barrage of criticism See in context

If Japanese politicians are anything like British MP's, most of them would sell their Grannies down the river to get 'more', whilst voting for austerity for the people.

They are not called 'troughers' for nothing!

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Posted in: Virus consipracy-theory video 'Plandemic' shows challenges for big tech See in context

@ WhatsnextMay 14  10:43 pm JST

Absolutely! She is called an anti-vaxxer, yet denies that outright in the video 'Plandemic' (hard to find, but it is still up on the web).

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Posted in: Virus consipracy-theory video 'Plandemic' shows challenges for big tech See in context

One man's 'Fake News' is another man's truth. Who would you believe, Faust (sorry, Fauci) or Dr. Mikovits? Follow the money.

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Posted in: U.S. aircraft carrier hit by virus, forcing lockdown at Yokosuka base See in context

I thought the normal quarantine time was at least 14 days, not 48 hours?

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Posted in: Pompeo says G7 agrees China spreading virus disinformation See in context

Who could believe the Pompous Prattler?

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Posted in: UK pubs shut; state steps in to pay wages in face of virus See in context

Pubs to close? What about the huge tax surplus from our over-the-top tax alcohol tax burden? Can't see the govt. allowing that for long.

Then there are the frustrations which are 'drunk away', that will build to become focused on a detested political group who people will come to realise stole the last General Election.

Bad move, leaving no safety valve!

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Posted in: China-Japan virus cooperation helps offset sea dispute See in context

A number of expert analyses of the virus show conclusively the virus was weaponised in a lab. Now whether it was a Canadian, American or Chinese lab, or yet another country's lab, is not known. This has even been reported in a few MSM outlets, but most are not reporting it. Bats? Some folks seem to have 'have bats in the belfry'.

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Posted in: 'Where's Abe?' critics ask, as coronavirus spreads in Japan See in context

Perhaps he's conflabbing with Boris Johnson, who has disappeared too in the face of floods in Britain.

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Posted in: Human-hunting film set for release after Trump 'racist' row See in context

Not only does it show how sick Hollywood is, but it is far from a "satirical social thriller": it actually goes on in places like Bohemian Grove, with psycho/sociopaths hunting, raping and torturing humans, mostly children.

And top bods at Hollywood doubtless know this, and perhaps participate in it.

Sick puppies, worshipers of Lucifer and Moloch.

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Posted in: Boeing wants it to fly, but travelers fear the 737 MAX See in context

I seem to remeber a saying from years back: 'If it's Boeing, I ain't going'. Also, their 'anti-hijack'  'Uninterruptible Autopilot' could provide the answer for MH 370 (landed ion Diego Garcia?) and the 9/11 flights. That could explain why a number of the so-called 'Hijackers' were found to be alive and well, after the event.

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