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Posted in: Nikkei plunges on concerns over new COVID-19 variant See in context

Buy this dip because the info regarding the "variant" is bogus.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 7 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 79 See in context

The number of hospitalizations is 10. That number hasn't changed in days. That means the people who are ill with covid are most likely near 86 years old, which is the average age someone will die with Covid.

So, the numbers are correct and furthermore, as long as people aren't getting sick with Covid or more importantly being hospitalized with Covid, it doesn't really matter how many positive tests there are.

Japan is winning with Covid but is losing badly with the economy. Within the next year or two most people will suffer from losing their jobs or purchasing power or both more than from Covid.

The depression will do more damage than Covid could ever do.

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Posted in: Singapore to stop paying medical bills for those who choose to be unvaccinated See in context

If you took the vaccine why do you care if anyone else takes it?

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Posted in: 10 Japan speed skating team members test positive for COVID in Germany See in context

These are fully vaccinated athletes. Either the vaccines dont work or the test doesnt work or both dont work.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 30 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 204 See in context

There is currently NO EMERGENCY, therefore all Emergency Use Authorization "vaccines" must be suspended immediately.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 29 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 241 See in context

We are now in a phase of the pandemic where a positive covid test is no longer a potential death sentence, so long as you are vaccinated.

This is total misinformation. Nothing suggests this is true.

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Posted in: New York City braces for fewer cops, more trash as vax deadline looms See in context

or your supermarket not be stocked, or waiting for 10 hours to see a Dr, or the garbage sitting around for weeks, or....or....or.... Enjoy!

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Posted in: New York City braces for fewer cops, more trash as vax deadline looms See in context

Govt does NOT have the authority to mandate Emergency Authorized Use only vaccines with ZERO LIABILITY to both the manufacturer of the vaccine and the Govt mandating them.

Total immunity from legal recourse in case of side effects goes against the social contract. It's never been done before and it won't be done again. If you like societal chaos and living a life where the police may not show up, or your flight might be cancelled without notice then you'll enjoy enforcing these ILLEGAL mandates.

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Posted in: New York City braces for fewer cops, more trash as vax deadline looms See in context

Mandating Emergency Use Authorization "vaccines" is wrong and illegal. These are not laws and have no legal foundation. They should be and will be challenged in a court of law.

When you start forcing the people who keep the whole system afloat into taking a medical procedure they do not want then your going to see the effects when those same people decide to stop doing their jobs.

The unions will rally by participating in civil disobedience that will grind the system to a halt. Heck, just the air pilots and truckers have enough power to shut the whole thing down, throw in the teachers union, the police and firefighters, the nurses and all the civil servants your going to see absolute mayhem. The Govt will not win this fight. 100%.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 21 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 274 See in context

Only a FOOL would think the Gov is manipulating numbers. There are 15 people hospitalized with Covid in Tokyo, a city of nearly 14,000,000. Those numbers are SPOT ON!

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Posted in: Unvaccinated tennis players unlikely to get Australian Open visa: state premier See in context

How can this clown say be vaccinated when these shots are not vaccines. He should say take part in this experimental therapy.

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Posted in: Vaccines, masks? Japan puzzling over sudden virus success See in context

Show me any scientific proof that masks have been effective. I'll wait.

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Posted in: Vaccines, masks? Japan puzzling over sudden virus success See in context

Tokyo is the most densely populated area in the world. Over 14 000 000 people eat, live and breath together everyday. If the virus is so contagious and deadly there is no way Tokyo would be able to escape it's wrath unless the vast majority of people moved out.

Masks are next to useless on packed trains, restaurants, or bars and night clubs. These "vaccines" do not prevent transmission only offer a reduction of serious illness or death. So they can't explain the dramatic fall in cases.

The truth is that Japan has successfully reached herd immunity. In general, the average Japanese person is healthy compared to other developed nations and the natural immunity that comes from exposure to the virus has practically eliminated the delta variant from the population.

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Posted in: Australian state of NSW to end quarantine for vaccinated int'l travelers See in context

From 2021 this was NEVER about the virus. It's SO OBVIOUS this is about the VACCINE.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 57 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 531 See in context

57 cases in a city of 14 000 000 people. Only 39 people are in the hospital with Covid and the vast majority of them are over 80 years old.

Why am I suppose to worry about this?

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 60 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 553 See in context

It's called HERD IMMUNITY.

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Posted in: Kishida pledges large economic stimulus as by-election campaigns start See in context

Basically, he wants to make your savings worthless.

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Posted in: Phuket opens to all vaccinated travellers See in context


In other words, it's CLOSED! Enjoy the beach though, just don't forget to wear a mask. Enjoy.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 161 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 968 See in context

I have power over you. I can censor your comments. I have power!!!!

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Posted in: Turn the page on COVID-19? Not so fast, say experts See in context

Say the "experts". LMAO.

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Posted in: Two Europes: Low vaccine rates in east overwhelm ICUs See in context

High vaccine rates in Israel overwhelm the ICU's.

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Posted in: Tokyo Game Show kicks off with virtual experience See in context

A physical, or in other words a real, exhibition open to a select group of guests...get use to that plebs. And if you happen to get in, don't dare to enter without a mask. Only a select group is allowed to go maskless.

Welcome to your new normal. Enjoy.

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Posted in: Suga suggests optimism for lifting state of emergency See in context

Phony SOE. Phony response from a phony leader for a phony problem.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 382 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 2,674 See in context

There isn't a single person languishing at home. Where did you even hear such nonsense?

The fact is, 131 people out of a population of nearly 14,000,000 are very sick with Covid. Not from Covid but with Covid.

There is zero justification for this and they know it. This is no longer about public health and anyone who still thinks it is has lost the plot long ago.

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Posted in: Vaccine mandates: Is no jab, no entry into restaurants, cafes, bars, sporting and event venues discrimination? See in context

What people dont understand is that whether or not you support THIS "VACCINE", you might not support ENDLESS VACCINES. However, once you have a system in place that forces you to update your status or be denied access to basic services ITS TOO LATE.

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Posted in: Are COVID-19 boosters ethical, with half the world waiting for a first shot? See in context

Does India need the "vaccine"? 14% vaccination rate 32,000 new cases with 1.3 BILLION PEOPLE. A country that lives in close quarters with others, a very dirty place rampant with various diseases, and ripe for a complete pandemic of hundreds of millions of cases if not more. Compare that with the U.S. 55% vaccination rate, 134,000 new cases with a 1/4 of the population. A country with the highest standard of living in the world.

The numbers dont add up. Whatever India is doing, the rest of the world needs to follow.



Am I missing something?

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 537 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 3,245 See in context

The key number here is 146. Out of a population on nearly 14 000 000 people, living together on the most densely populated area in the world, only 146 people are sick with Covid. Sick with Covid and not from Covid and dont ever get it mixed up.

The numbers simply don't add up. If this was so serious how could the number be so small? People in Tokyo are packed together all the time and yet the number is near zero.

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Posted in: Japan's elderly to get COVID-19 booster shots in early 2022 See in context


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