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Posted in: 'He is going to change the world': Funeral held for Floyd See in context

This article mentions the "...demonstrations that erupted after Floyd’s death that were marked by bursts of arson, assaults, vandalism and smash-and-grab raids on businesses, with more than 10,000 people arrested."

Would this ever happen in Japan? Of course not.

Why? Japan does not have BLM.

ALL lives matter.

Cheers.

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Posted in: 'He is going to change the world': Funeral held for Floyd See in context

ALL lives matter.

Thanks to Floyd for helping Trump get re-elected.

The silent majority will always win. The vocal protestors are just a tiny minority who never vote.

Cheers.

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Posted in: Japan to adopt selective, rather than blanket, approach in coronavirus tests See in context

Back to work everybody!

No more excuses!

Nice job, Japan government.

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Posted in: Australian minister calls anti-racism protests 'self-indulgent' See in context

He is correct.

Very self-indulgent.

Plus, ALL LIVES matter.

Cheers.

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Posted in: Rally against racism, in support of Black Lives Matter held in Tokyo See in context

All Lives Matter. Free speech is a great thing.

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Posted in: Rally against racism, in support of Black Lives Matter held in Tokyo See in context

A very small showing, because people in Japan are too smart to believe the ridiculous "Black Lives Matter" propaganda. ALL lives matter.

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Posted in: Japan more likely to completely end state of emergency on Monday See in context

Abe was right (me too), and most everyone else on this board was wrong. Cheers.

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Posted in: New virus cases in Tokyo drop to 5; none reported in Osaka See in context

Please everyone get a life and get back to work. Cheers.

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Posted in: Obama calls Trump's handling of pandemic a 'chaotic disaster' See in context

The pot calling the kettle black.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 39 new coronavirus cases; lowest in 4 weeks See in context

Great news.

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Posted in: No emergency See in context

You know that most people on this site are gaijin when they think that wearing masks is strange. Do you even live here? We have been wearing masks for years and years.

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Posted in: Koike urges cooperation to avoid Tokyo lockdown See in context

Lockdown = Total destruction of an already-weak economy that will take years to recover. Hoarding and depression. Millions and millions of people suffer. The virus, basically the flu, still spreads through population and a tiny % of people with pre-existing conditions die. The other 99% recover.

No Lockdown = Keep your economy alive. The virus, basically the flu, spreads through population and a tiny % of people with pre-existing conditions die. The other 99% recover.

Lockdowns don't work. The virus will do its thing, just like the flu. Life goes on.

Don't let the cure be worse than the disease.

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Posted in: China's virus slowdown offers hope for global containment See in context

"Statistically, it doesn't seem like a massive outbreak at all."

Totally agreed. The media is stoking this fire. Don't believe the hype. Don't buy toilet paper. Don't wear masks. Don't hoard rice. Put down your phones and social media, and think for yourselves! Take a breathe and look at the numbers.

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Posted in: Tourists in Japan cautious but upbeat amid virus outbreak See in context

This is a good, real story! Thank you! The CDC Level 1 travel advisory very clearly states "...the CDC does NOT recommend canceling or postponing travel to Japan..."

It is a shame to see the conspiracy theorists and the fake media trying to make this coronavirus into the next plague.

Don't let the western media lead you astray. Just look at the numbers in Japan. They are very low and there is absolutely no need to panic. Just take normal caution. Just like influenza.

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