Randy Johnson comments

Posted in: Suga tells G-20 Japan will lead international efforts on climate change See in context

Typical empty japanese political doublespeak.

Little to nothing will happen.

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Posted in: Biden calls Trump most irresponsible president in American history; rules out national lockdown See in context

biden can't even help himself.

During the political left campaign to try to gain the white house he said this.

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said he would do "whatever it takes" to combat the spread of coronavirus within the country — including locking down the U.S. if deemed necessary.

“I would shut it down; I would listen to the scientists,” Biden told ABC’s David Muir in a joint interview with his running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris, to air Sunday. “We’re going to do whatever it takes to save lives.”

Remember back in 2015 when people on both sides of the political spectrum said that they were sick and tired of politician's double speak do-notjing attitude and just plain sick and tired of all things related to politicians and then the people said they wanted an outsider.

Yeah, well. I guess the people forgot all that.

We're back to the dark ages and it is abundantly clear some people thoroughly enjoy it. Unbelievable.

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Posted in: Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine deliveries could start before Christmas See in context

Top Canadian pathologist makes the following observation.

 “Dr. Hodkinson is the CEO of Western Medical Assessments, and has been the Company’s Medical Director for over 20 years. He received his general medical degrees from Cambridge University in the UK, and then became a Royal College certified pathologist in Canada (FRCPC) following a residency in Vancouver, BC

The doctor is also currently working on pathology as Executive Chairman of Bio-ID Diagnostic Inc., a private company that develops tests for identifying COVID-19 infection.

“What I am going to say is lay language and blunt,” Hodkinson told the Edmonton City Council Community and Public Services Committee.

“The bottom line is this,” he addressed the group. “There is utterly unfounded public hysteria driven by the media and politicians. It’s outrageous. This is the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on an unsuspecting public.”

“There is absolutely nothing to be done to contain this virus other than protecting your more vulnerable people. It should be thought of as nothing more than a bad flu season. This is not Ebola. It’s not SARS. It’s politics playing medicine. And that’s a very dangerous game.”

Continuing, Dr. Hodkinson added, “Masks are utterly useless. There is no evidence based on their effectiveness whatsoever. Paper masks and fabric masks are simply virtue signaling. Seeing these uneducated people walking around like lemmings, obeying without any knowledge base to put the mask on their face.”

He also claimed social distancing is pointless as COVID-19 “travels by aerosols, which travel 30 meters or so before landing. And closures have had such terrible unintended consequences. Everywhere should be open tomorrow.”

Next, the doctor touched on testing. “I’m in the business of testing for COVID. I do want to emphasize that positive results DO NOT, underlined in neon, mean a clinical infection. It’s simply driving public hysteria and all testing should stop.”

The only thing Dr. Hodkinson advocates for is to “protect the vulnerable” by giving all nursing home residents daily doses of vitamin D.

In Alberta, where the meeting took place, people under 65 years of age have a 1 in 300,000 chance of dying from COVID.

“It’s just another bad flu, and you have got to get your minds around that,” he stressed. “Let people make their own decisions. You should be totally out of the business of medicine. You’re being led down the garden path by the chief medical officer of health (Dr. Deena Hinshaw) in this province.”

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Posted in: 15 Asia-Pacific countries form world's largest free trade bloc in boost for China See in context

Britlover.

I quoted another poster and then made my comment.

I am severely anti globalist and free trade.

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Posted in: 15 Asia-Pacific countries form world's largest free trade bloc in boost for China See in context

The US, once President Elect Biden is inaugurated, and with the Senate 50-50 and VP Harris to carry the vote for the Democrats, will be joining this free trade bloc very soon. Can’t wait!

You clearly don't understand trade very well if you are anti-globalist.

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Posted in: English mistake makes Kyoto the enemy of the world See in context

English in Japan is not there for any discernible meaning to be gained from reading it-I learned that a long time ago....

So true bro****.

Japan lives in its own bubble and they don't give flute what others think about their translations on t-shirts, signs, etc.

Some on these boards get too self-righteously uppity.

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Posted in: 15 Asia-Pacific countries form world's largest free trade bloc in boost for China See in context

How long can japan keep this up?

Domestically, japan tries to show that it is a strong independent nation which has done everything on its own despite having help from other countries over the centuries, namely the U.S.

False-positive confidence.

In actuality, japan relies heavily on other countries to keep up this domestic image. Therefore, japan adheres to the strongest nation at the moment to reap the benefits of the overseas' market(s).

(thus the blatant hypocrisy of japan. it complained about being taken advantage of decades ago via foreign goods sold in japan, then through time, they turned the tables via nefarious means; ie: playing the victim)

It appears as though japan is shifting alliances to china as I predicted.

Japan is nothing but a leach on the backside of the powerful.

The facade continues.

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Posted in: China congratulates Biden on U.S. election win See in context

The neo liberal pivot from 'resistance' to 'unity' is as swift as it is dishonest.

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Posted in: After unpredictable Trump, Biden presidency will still be challenging for Japan See in context

What's so hard to understand about America First.

President Trump was very clear and straightforward about that.

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Posted in: New York governor issues new restrictions as U.S. virus cases mount See in context

Because cuomo handled it so well from the beginning.

Do ya think the covid deaths have something to do with cramming the old folks into infected nursing homes, andy?

Do you think continuous superspreader get togethers like left riots had anything to do with it?

How about guys like chucky ranting and raving maskless with other political actors in the streets over a fake win?

Surley superspreader events like this would make front page news.

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Posted in: Japan, U.S. start formal talks on costs to host American troops See in context

Reducing the financial burnden on the American taxpayer is paramount which is what President Trump has been trying to do. Unfortunately some severely misguided Americans have been too wrapped in themselves and their alter world delusion to understand or appreciate what he is trying to do,

Now it will come back to bite them in the backside if they get their way..

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Posted in: Trump says Sudan to be removed from terrorism list See in context

This is a very good deal. President Trump is showig that they can get back on to the international stage with good behavior.

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Posted in: Morales party claims win as Bolivia seems to shift back left See in context

Socialism/communism is bad for the mind, body and soul.

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Posted in: Japan to join forces with U.S., Europe in regulating Big Tech firms See in context

Should have been done long ago. When you have twitter and facebook intentionally engaging in censorship, you've become the 1930s-40s japan and germany.

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Posted in: New Zealand's next parliament set to be most diverse ever See in context

Diversity is the political left's way of being legally racist.

Too bad being qualified went out the window when the globalists took over.

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Posted in: Trump, Biden go on offense in states they're trying to flip See in context

Biden Repeats ‘Fine People Hoax’ and ‘Suckers’ Hoax in North Carolina Speech

He can't anything but lie.

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Posted in: Trump, Biden go on offense in states they're trying to flip See in context

Richard Spencer, a prominent leading white supremacist, puts his support behind biden.

Birds of a feather...

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Posted in: Ardern wins landslide victory in New Zealand See in context

Bad move by the kiwis.

https://youtu.be/uJdSQTLYEsI

Ardern is too close to china.

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Posted in: Ardern wins landslide victory in New Zealand See in context

New Zealand doesn't need any more politically left policies. Let it flourish without constraints.

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Posted in: In split-screen town halls, Trump and Biden squabble over coronavirus response See in context

https://youtu.be/vCSF3reVr10

Quid pro joe. He did what the political left wrongly accused President Trump.

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Posted in: Ardern set to win in New Zealand's 'COVID election' See in context

Another leftist politician trying to keep power to control the masses in leftist doctrine.

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Posted in: Trump's U.S. Supreme Court pick says she has no agenda on Obamacare, abortion See in context

As usual the political left is intentionally muddling up what should be a smooth and efficient process.

https://youtu.be/EWLpee8dcek

Obamacare has absolutely nothing to do with Barrett's appointment.

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Posted in: First lady lies low, Trump back on the trail after COVID-19 See in context

She's doing great under the very difficult circumstances of constantly getting unfairly abused and bashed by the politically left 'media'.

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Posted in: More than 180,000 back inquiry into Murdoch's Australian media 'monopoly' See in context

Fox has not been the problem.

https://www.foxnews.com/media/cnn-trump-chyron-leftist-state-media

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Posted in: More than 180,000 back inquiry into Murdoch's Australian media 'monopoly' See in context

I stumbled onto Sky News Australia by accident on Youtube. The contrast between that and Sky News UK couldn't be starker. SNA was like Fox News on steroids. Murdoch is disgusting in all senses of the word.

Now you know how others feel about politically left media. Just look at all the msm in America.

Sad and funny that fox news always gets slammed by the political left. The hypocrisy is knee bucklingly astounding. Lest you realize, fox in America has been gradually turning to the left as of recent as their vp is a cohort of the radical billionaire.

You needn't worry. All 'media' will be under political left control in no time.

Enjoy the last freedoms you have.

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Posted in: Biden makes big push in Ohio, once seen as long shot for him See in context

It really is amazing how little people know about biden because he gets immense media protection. Here he is violently grabbing a girl's arm because he didn't like her question.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DR-VG4BMe6M

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Posted in: Biden makes big push in Ohio, once seen as long shot for him See in context

Speaking of auto workers. Here is biden telling an auto worker he is full of ¥¥¥¥ and that he (biden) doesn't work for him. Um, joe... you are a public servant, joe.

https://youtu.be/KPig-AllQe8

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Posted in: Biden makes big push in Ohio, once seen as long shot for him See in context

“I don’t measure people by the size of their bank account,” Biden said. “You and I measure people by the strength of their character, their honesty, their courage.”

President Trump does exactly that and he means it. biden says it to pander for votes.

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Posted in: Trump holds Florida rally in front of mostly maskless crowd; says he's immune to virus See in context

Where many thousands of positive thinking people will be at the rally cheerig on America and President Trump. Cintrast that to biden and you literally get no one to show up at at rally in Arizona the other day.

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Posted in: Australian state premier had secret relationship with China-linked politician See in context

"People may have tried to influence me... but they failed," she said.

I hope some very detailed and persistent investigations are coming up.

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