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Posted in: Pentagon creates new office to probe UFO reports See in context

as long as the aliens agree to be triple jabbed they can disembark from their flying saucers

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Posted in: UK eyes testing COVID-19 passports at mass gatherings See in context

UK government are drunk on power

Covid Passports are the road to tyranny

Freedom is a birth right

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Posted in: Fully vaccinated people can travel safely again, CDC says See in context

People should only ever get vaccinated for medical reasons and definitely NOT to get their freedoms back.

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Posted in: Australia to continue AstraZeneca vaccination despite blood clotting case See in context

In the UK private health insurance will not cover adverse reaction to the experimental vaccine. So how about in 5-10 years when the actual long term effects start to be known?

I’m pro science but injecting perfectly healthy people who stand little to no risk with experimental rushed vaccines is complete insanity.

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Posted in: Woman reported to police for not looking right in a suit; turns out she’s a crook See in context

Well done Columbo! Hope she didn’t tip him

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 440 coronavirus cases; Osaka 613 See in context

Covid19 is running out of steam!

About time for a new “variant”

by the way, what happened to the flu?

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Posted in: Biden administration welcomes talks on readmitting U.S. to Iran nuke deal See in context

No doubt the despotic regime is hoping to revive the good old days when Obama dropped off$1.7 billion in cash

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Posted in: Japan Coast Guard orders 2 more Airbus H225 helicopters See in context

Having a bogeyman next door is good for business

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Posted in: Japan to get first batches of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine from U.S. See in context

most likely the slow roll out has something to do with the under reported adverse reactions to the experimental vaccines.

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Posted in: 7 Hong Kong democracy leaders convicted over 2019 protests See in context

sad, and (hopefully not) a sign of things to come given the current state of affairs.

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Posted in: Osaka leg of Olympic torch relay should be canceled, governor says See in context

The virus didn’t turn out to be anywhere near as deadly as they predicted.

Its all a lot of hot air and virtue signaling

Even the ex Vice President of Pfizer has come out and said so

look it up if you’re prepared to change your mindset

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Posted in: BOJ to begin feasibility study on digital currency in April See in context

We’re just one cyber pandemic away from this becoming reality.

Add it to your Vaccine Passport and bingo it’s the CCP Social Credit Score System

-1 ( +0 / -1 )

Posted in: BTS condemns anti-Asian racism; say they've experienced it See in context

The gunman was a nutter who happened to be white.

There is no evidence it was racially motivated

Its an inconvenient truth but most violence towards Asians is actually perpetrated by African American men in the USA

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Posted in: Cherry blossoms' early bloom due to climate change, say experts See in context

Thank you “experts”

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Posted in: ANA conducts COVID digital health passport trial at Tokyo airport See in context

The Vaccine Passport / Digital ID has always been the endgame of this crisis. This was “conspiracy theory “ not so long ago

Take away our freedoms and then offer the a Big Brother solution.

Carrot and Stick!

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Posted in: Vaccination passport apps could help society reopen but first they have to be secure See in context

NO to the Vaccine Passport / Digital ID

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Posted in: From April, all price tags in Japan must reflect final cost with sales tax included See in context

I hope quotes and estimates are also required to do so.

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Posted in: Naomi Osaka raises voice against anti-Asian hate crimes See in context

Most of us just wanna get along with each other.

There will always be haters in any demographic group.

The hashtag just gives a focal point for yet more division in society.

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Posted in: Crowds line routes in Tochigi as Olympic torch arrives in Kanto region See in context

Good to see people out and about enjoying themselves

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Posted in: Australia ends pandemic wage subsidy program despite job loss warnings See in context

Without the comfort cash people will finally rise up

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Posted in: Police seek 3 men after 18-year-old fatally stabbed on Kamakura street See in context

Poor lad, his parents must be devastated

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Posted in: Messaging app Line to transfer all user data to Japan for security See in context

Telegram is way better

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Posted in: AstraZeneca to publish full U.S. trial results after rebuke over 'outdated' data See in context

You only get one chance at gaining people’s trust when it comes to experimental vaccines

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Posted in: Fukushima hopes Olympic torch relay will show world it is not 'nuclear wasteland' See in context

Absolute insanity

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Posted in: Videos of parliament sex acts rock Australia's government See in context

Just another day in the office

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Posted in: Japan receives 6th batch of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine See in context

The Pfizer vaccine is only authorized by the FDA for “emergency use only”. Trials are still ongoing

MRNA vaccines like this one have been (unsuccessfully) trying to get FDA approval for the best part of 20 years.

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Posted in: Japan considering coronavirus variant test for all inbound travelers See in context

The virus isn't so deadly. It mostly affects old people (sad but true)

Healthy people can beat it with their natural immune systems and a healthy diet and lifestyle

You can still infect others even if you've had the jab so its almost a given that you'll still need to mask up and distance whilst still getting jabbed multiple times every year.

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Posted in: Travelers entering Japan have to install location confirmation app, Skype on smartphones See in context

@ Ricky Sanchez. Thanks for pointing it out.

Guess it’s time to buy a spare smartphone and strap it on my dog :)

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Posted in: Travelers entering Japan have to install location confirmation app, Skype on smartphones See in context

Thats no way to treat a guest!

i guess that’s why they call them “cell” phones

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Posted in: EU agency: AstraZeneca vaccine safe, but will add clot warning See in context

Time will tell. Nobody can say these experimental rushed to market vaccines are safe

Yes they can. Nobody had evidence that they aren’t.

Most reasonable people would agree that the burden of proof when it comes to safety of vaccines lies squarely on the manufacturer.

The long term data simply doesn’t exist as these so called “vaccines” were rushed and we haven’t had the chance to study the potential effects on new borns coming into educational age, or yet alone reproductive age.

Don't forget that not so long ago ”experts” used to say cigarettes, DDT, Thalidomide were not harmful or even good for us.

Some vaccines are good for humanity but as for these “interventions” the jury is still out.

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