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Posted in: Man sentenced to life for killing 9-year-old girl in 2004 loses appeal See in context

The tragedy of cases like this, seen from within the context of ladder-climbing police is how they are often left to fester into big "career-making" headline cases before the full resources of the police are thrown into solving them.

It sounds cynical beyond belief but there have been many examples of this kind of thing in Japan and in other countries. The cops are often aware of offenders long before they make headlines but they do nothing to protect the public! They are far more interested in cashing in later on when their little deviants have morphed into full-blown monsters.

Crime is just another resource to some, something to be exploited for personal gain; both fo those who commit the crimes and then for those who 'solve' them.

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Posted in: Economic fallout mounts as coronavirus cases top 1 million worldwide See in context

What we're being told and shown and having hammered into our collective psyches by way of a relentless media campaign to keep us transfixed upon this fear porn...There are things happening on the periphery that if ignored will prove to be far worse than the danger this pathogen poses .

Democracy is being abolished; rapidly and we are baying for it. Hungary has already become essentially a dictatorship, having granted its president full powers of decree along 5 year prison terms for anyone convicted of deviating from the official covid 19 narrative

Tony Blair has stated a one world government is needed to tackle this crisis....very ominous signs of Agenda 2030 being kicked into high gear...anyone who scoffed at the notions of NWO and one world govt may want to take pause and look at the pattern that is emerging...The Hegelian Dialectic has not outlived its usefulness. Lockdown and mandatory vaccination are the new buzzwords...Denmark has already committed to law the idea of forced medication for all its citizen and that is a precedent that WILL be followed. Virologists who are to contradict the MSM line on what a virus actually is are having their posts and video deleted....VIROLOGISTS! Not just regular people with opinions...The campaign to go cashless is almost certainly tagged and bagged now and all the Orwellian implications that brings will surely be something to warrant at least as much focus as this virus....There is a whole raft of paradigm shifting changes that were on the cards for many years, and that would have met huge opposition if pushed via regular political channels, but now all of a sudden they have been given a turbo-boost of epic proportions thanks to this "pandemic" People are dying of something...We have no way to verify what that is, but what it(s doing to the living is obscene! The vast majority of people are now demanding things they would rave rioted against a mere few months prior. Ordo Ab Chao... Welcome to the new world order.

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Posted in: Abe warns Japanese to prepare for prolonged coronavirus battle See in context

Stop the Press! Abe has just announced that he will appoint a panel of experts to select members of an action task force who will convene to nominate members of a committee tasked with scheduling meetings!!! Phew we're in safe hands....

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Posted in: 58 infected with coronavirus at welfare facility in Chiba See in context

We must support our government who take decisions based on expert advice. I trust that Japan's high hygiene and advanced medical practices will stop the virus. Thank you for publishing my message.

God help us if your's is the consensus opinion of the Japanese people! Abe and his cabal have had months to observe the implosion of the rest of the world, seeing them make the same errors of judgement and underestimate the speed at which the virus was able to get a foothold and then take off....He saw it all and it was obvious what needed to be done! All of them are now wishing they'd acted sooner and with much harsher measures, but Japan is like the global dunce, once again displaying its pathological ineptness for making hard decisions hoping to ward it off with a wall of cabinet meetings , expert panels, symposiums and sub committees...They are a joke that nobody is laughing at anymore!

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Posted in: 58 infected with coronavirus at welfare facility in Chiba See in context

What we're starting to see now is the fallout from Abe's Olympic denial manifesting in mass infections.....the 2 week lag between initial infection and the actual onset of symptoms is all the virus needed to rage through the population like an invisible wild fire....and Abe's olympic policy was to effectively turn off the water supply.

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Posted in: Tokyo confirms 63 new coronavirus cases, a record daily increase See in context

Japan's corona response panel briefing:

"This contagion is one of the most easily transmitted in history. It kills! It severely damages the respiratory system! It can infect people and they can remain asymptomatic for 14 days while still able to spread it to all around them! It overwhelms health systems; clogging ICU units and depleting critical care supplies. The spillover cases invariably die as there simply isn't enough care available. Once it breaks out in the community the spread is exponential and virtually impossible to contain.....What do we do about it???" "Ideas?"

Abe cabinet: Reopen schools nation wide! Refuse testing to anyone who hasn't been to wuhan! Continue to ASK people to do what they've consistently demonstrated a total inability to do! Lie a lot...

Sound good!...

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Posted in: Abe warns Japanese to prepare for prolonged coronavirus battle See in context

Japan is lucky to have Abe as a leader. He makes the right decisions in these tough uncertain times.

Which alternate universe does this happen in?

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Posted in: Father of murdered 9-year-old Vietnamese girl marks 3rd anniversary of her death See in context

I didn't realise the little girls was dumped so close to where I live....Scary to think animals like that are walking the same streets as my kids...There are チカン注意!signs up all over the place in my town too

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Posted in: Tokyo confirms 63 new coronavirus cases, a record daily increase See in context

People are stupid...and people in Japan are no different. Despite the ample opportunity they've had to observe what happened on other countries and learn from their mistakes, Japan has chosen instead to emulate the same arrogant denial that dropped everyone else in the proverbial crapper. Now our turn is rapidly approaching and hoards of idiots with zero ability to see beyond their immediate desires to self indulge are pretty much guaranteeing the system will be overloaded by a tsunami of the dumb and sick. Even Abe's wife can be counted among the brainless throng that flouted appeals to stem the transmission; appeals to exercise basic common sense...Sadly that turned out to be an impossible thing to ask...Commons sense and acting on it is just too hard...The thought of personally denying oneself of a day out drinking and looking at cherry blossoms is far too much a sacrifice for them to make, so now with this mentality of me me me...rampant throughout the archipelago, we can look forward the Japan's contribution to the daily MSM horror show as it takes its place on the podium of fail alongside all the other hedonistic states....Yay!

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Posted in: Outdoor smokers on the rise as April law set to take effect See in context

Those public smoking areas are foul! Anyone who has lived in Japan will probably know what I mean...Public ashtrays so full of cigarette butts that they begin to smoulder and the toxic smoke that wafts everywhere is horrific.

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Posted in: Guide to reduce virus risks issued for schools before reopening See in context

The situation has not improved, so let's add another layer of difficulty to that by opening all the schools! This is like saying, "The fire is spreading so let's throw this gasoline on it and see what happens!" What play book are these guys using? "How to make a big problem even bigger"??

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Posted in: IOC chief rebuts growing calls for Olympic postponement See in context

That Washington Post editorial is bang on. Abe and Bach are both pathological liars. Their arrogant refusal to face up to reality and cling to delusions of Olympic glory are pretty much guaranteeing that the Olympics fail anyway. The only chance Abe had to save them was by letting go and focusing on health first...He blew it because he is a sociopath, devoid of the requisite human qualities that doing so would have required. For a man up to his neck in corruption charges and shady backroom dealings, he is desperate to paint a picture of himself as something other than the mobster we all know he is....His mindset reminds me of that joke about the doctor who gave his patient six months to live....The patient couldn't pay his bill so the doc gave him another six months! Abe's inherent dishonesty and lack of integrity render him capable of making that kind of magical thinking into dangerous policy....I can almost hear him declaring, "We have no virus in Japan!" as opening day approaches!!

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Posted in: JOC board member says Olympics should be postponed: Nikkei See in context

By far the biggest contributor to death in Japan will be the IOC and the Abe govt as the continue to focus on keeping their Olympics on life support! Their negligence and sheer disregard for the gravity of what's happening is beyond belief! Other countries were slow to act and paid the price for their indecisiveness, but Japan is in a state of full blown denial and hasn't even graduated to the worst levels of foot dragging that other countries abandoned....Nothing is being done. People are waiting for leadership and there IS none!

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