A million yen is a tidy sum. How about a billion? A trillion would be nice.
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“These must have been hard times for many of you,”
omitted the word 'peasants'
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Was it really curry?
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Kim needs a Snickers or something.
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If the water is so safe as the government regs. claim, Why not drill injection wells and keep it in Japan?
Answer: It's not, that's why they want to dump it in the Pacific and let the currents take it away.
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Japan is rapidly becoming the new PRC. No tourists except for government minded groups. Only people that contribute to Japan with business or educational interests will be allowed in non-minded.
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Japanese citizens as a whole are allowed to travel anywhere that is open, vacation, return to Japan no problem. (pending negative PCR)
Why can't anyone else enter Japan under the same conditions? (rhetorical question)
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If the US decided to dump nuclear waste into the Pacific Ocean, how many countries would be in an uproar?
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Must be those damn tourists.
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Japan taking a page from the CCP tour book.
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Some Final Destination stuff right here.
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Remember this folks. Many of the world's governments are following an inept POTUS.
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The World Health Organization said Thursday it needed $23.4 billion over the next 12 months for its plan to conquer COVID-19, urging the G20 to show some leadership and pay up."
The WHO couldn't/ wouldn't do anything the first time around. Why would they do anything the next?
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In light of Biden and Co. wrapping things up in the sandbox, they need a new 'enemy' to justify defense spending.
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Every country that has nuclear waste should be able to dump it into the ocean, just like Japan. What could possibly go wrong?
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Closing bars, restaurants and department stores an hour early didn't work again? Who would have guessed?
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In Tokyo, major commercial facilities including department stores will be asked to close by 8 p.m.
Yup. that should take care of this covid thing once and for all.
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“We have been cornered into a situation where we cannot even stop now. We are damned if we do, and damned if we do not,” Kaori Yamaguchi
That's the root of the problem. The government did basically nothing to stem the virus. Close bars and restaurants early.....whatever.
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Olympic "Village"? Sounds more like Olympic Prison to me. All that's missing are armed guards and razor wire.
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One sure sign of widespread government corruption is when said government is afraid of its own people.
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However, he did not say why he had waited two years to report her death.
Must be covid. That's the only reason people die these days.
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Many to 2020's 'conspiracy' theories are becoming 2021's conspiracy fact.
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It doesn't matter what the CDC or any other alphabet puppet agency says. Japan is still closed to US passport holders.
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Organizers and the IOC say that the games will be safe because of extensive testing and building a bubble around the athletes. It says more than 80% of the residents in the Olympics Village, located on Tokyo Bay, will be vaccinated.
In other words protect the privileged while the common people to fend for themselves. How many times in history has this happened?
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"Some see Osaka as a warning for what could happen to the rest of Japan if the crisis worsens at a time when officials — and the world — are focused on the Olympics."
Wrong. The rest of the world could give a s.hit about the Games. The only ones who actually do are certain Japanese Gov't 'officials' and the corrupt IOC.
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