PharaohChromium comments

Posted in: U.N. warns up to 345 million people facing starvation See in context

But alas, we mourn the filthy rich royals.

We sit by as food manufacturing plants are destroyed almost weekly or monthly, seemingly by chance.

We allow greedy rich pricks like Bill Gates to be the largest owner of farm land in the world.

Country's militaries get fed more and more money.

Yay!

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Posted in: Queen Elizabeth lies in state after solemn procession See in context

If you are interested in some interesting history regarding the Royals and the House of Windsor, I highly recommend googling James Corbett and his review of the Royal history on his website. Fascinating stuff. He also lives in Fukuoka!

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Posted in: Father swung 2-year-old daughter upside down, hitting her head against table See in context

What's fascinating, story aside, that all the people hating on (and rightly so) the human filth mentioned in the article, all have a certain number of down votes. Do you seriously disagree that he is trash? Do you stick up for bad behavior? So bizarre.

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Posted in: Japan OKs distribution of Omicron booster shots from this month See in context

lack of faith in their belief systems

Lack of faith in my immune system or lack of faith in governments due to coercion and fear tactics... hmmm... which one...

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Posted in: Japan OKs distribution of Omicron booster shots from this month See in context

Still very happy for me and my family to be vaccine free and without any issue.

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Posted in: JR East to release official train simulator on Steam on Sept 19 See in context

Hopefully they release it on current gen consoles. My kid would love it.

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Posted in: Man goes on trial for murder of 19-year-old woman in Chiba See in context

So statutory rape PLUS murder? Class act.

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Posted in: For Oprah Winfrey, 'Sidney' is an act of love for Poitier See in context

Who cares about Oprah? She has some skeletons in the closet for sure.

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Posted in: 'Lord of the Rings' prequel is Amazon Prime Video's biggest premiere See in context

“women can’t do laser sword that’s just biology”.

I highly doubt any one has actually used this flimsy argument.

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Posted in: 'Lord of the Rings' prequel is Amazon Prime Video's biggest premiere See in context

Amazon Prime Video's biggest premiere

Sure it is. Just ask them... Doesn't mean it's any good.

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Posted in: Digital minister Kono asks gov't to stop using floppy disks See in context

Digital minister Kono asks gov't to stop using floppy disks

and people think Japan is a high tech country?

I'm putting this on my facebook page so everyone can see

Winning one battle at a time.

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Posted in: Japan may start inoculation against Omicron by end of September See in context

Haha, have fun with that.

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Posted in: Pfizer applies for Japanese gov't approval of booster shots for kids See in context

My kids won't be anywhere near this crap.

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Posted in: 'You're my hero,' Ben Stiller tells Zelensky in Kyiv See in context

Jesus...

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Posted in: PlayStation, Nintendo suspend shipments to Russia See in context

Oh no... not the heckin' video games! That'll show Vlad. Good work, fellas.

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Posted in: McDonald's to temporarily close 850 stores in Russia See in context

wanna have those quality products made in the free world!

Sorry to tell you mate, but those products (especially McDonald's) is anything BUT quality.

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Posted in: 'Saturday Night Live' opens with tribute song to Ukraine See in context

Garbage show.

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Posted in: Wanda Sykes, Amy Schumer and Regina Hall confirmed as Oscars hosts See in context

Sounds terrible.

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Posted in: Neil Young demands Spotify remove his music over Joe Rogan 'disinformation' See in context

"Keep on rockin' in the free world"... of vaccine mandates, passports and support of big pharma! Woo!!

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Posted in: Japan to begin COVID booster shots for general public sooner than scheduled See in context

Have fun with that...

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-01-11/repeat-booster-shots-risk-overloading-immune-system-ema-says

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Posted in: Japanese parents weigh pros, cons of having their children vaccinated See in context

There was NO Covid vaccine at the start of the Pandemic!

There was actually. It had already been developed by DARPA in January 2020.

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Posted in: Japanese parents weigh pros, cons of having their children vaccinated See in context

My kids will most definitely not be getting the vaccine. You have to be nuts to keep taking these shots. I haven't got a single one and I'm fine!

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Posted in: Jay-Z busts Western cowboy myths in all-Black 'The Harder They Fall' See in context

Nice hairdo, weirdo.

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Posted in: Life at 50: 'Sex and the City' women back for new chapter See in context

Oh god, no.

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Posted in: Kishida taking no chances as Japan closes border over Omicron See in context

Interesting @PharoahChromium 10:32am. “Wake up, FAST!” and do . . . ?

I think there is more to it, that I should add. Community building is essential too. Stop giving corporations so much power. Source things locally, build up community support and stop giving away your freedom willingly through this never-ending vaccine schedule.

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Posted in: WHO warns that Omicron variant poses very high risk See in context

Taste the fear. This all ends when everyone just says, NO. Stop complying.

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Posted in: WHO criticizes travel bans on southern African countries See in context

There is nothing strange about it, anecdotal evidence is the lowerst form of data, and it is well know to be extremely biased and frequently disproven with more serious studies, like doctors saying only vaccinated people are showing heavy symptoms, or that previously infected patients are not protected from infection?

The DOCTOR that FOUND the variant says that it's basically a nothing sandwich.

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Posted in: WHO criticizes travel bans on southern African countries See in context

Anyone reading should check out what Dr. Angelique Coetzee, a private practitioner and chair of the South African Medical Association. She was the first to find the new variant. She calls it a 'storm in a teacup', and noting only mild symptoms.

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Posted in: Crypto market value tops $3 trillion for first time See in context

Let's goooooo! The longer the naysayers don't believe it and wish to be right, the longer you are missing out.

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Posted in: Bitcoin tops $66,000, sets record as crypto goes mainstream See in context

Working in real jobs, studying real things and investing in real businesses..

Lol weak. I work six days a week in a "real" job. And I'm up half a million US on my crypto this year alone. Profits already taken.

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