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Posted in: Nuclear regulator to re-investigate Fukushima nuclear disaster See in context

It's 3.6 roentgen. Like in Chernobyl miniseries.

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Posted in: Abe shakes up cabinet, bringing in rising star Koizumi See in context

Koizumi is just played by Shinzō. He made him a minister of environment so now they have green light to deal with Fukushima water and then get rid of Koizumi blaming him.

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Posted in: TEPCO will have to dump radioactive Fukushima water into Pacific, minister says See in context

It was obvious they going to dump it to the Ocean!!

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Posted in: Nissan to discuss Saikawa successor at meeting on Monday See in context

Smart guy he know he has to step down otherwise he will end up in jail. This move will help him to avoid and kind of punishment for what he did.

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Posted in: Letter threatening to hunt Koreans sent to S Korean embassy in Japan See in context

Guys, guys it's Secret Service in action. TV will show you post box somewhere in Tokyo and they will say it was sent from that location and no-one knows who did it. Case closed.

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Posted in: Tax body finds Facebook Japan failed to report ¥500 mil in income See in context

JJ@ What if there were no gains?

Then you don't pay taxes at all.

Facebook is not Japanese company so Mark Zuckerberg won't finish like Ghosn.

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Posted in: Bullet train runs with door open at 280 kph See in context

Unfortunatelly Disillusioned is right in this case. I know you guys don't have Shinkansen back home but this kind of technology has emergency lights so conductor should have seen it before train departed from the station.

Probably they were under time pressure so Janitor was rushing to clean it and forgot to release door lock. Then Conductor was either inexperienced so he didn't know why this emergency light is on or he just assumed it's small malfunction and being under time pressure - as We, Japanese are very punctual - he decided to go.

All in all it's obviously conductor to blame for this accident as he is in charge of the train not some janitor who cleans it for 985¥/H

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Posted in: S Korea calls in Japanese diplomat over plans for Fukushima water See in context

Shin Ra for your information Kursk was raised 1 year after disaster.

It says in Japanese newspapers that by 2022 there won't be space for contaminated water as it raises everyday by 150 tones.

So yes, Japanese will dump water to the Ocean which will contaminate seafood. Current will push it to Canada and USA and their seafood will be contaminated but at this point it's not Japan's problem.

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Posted in: Suspect escapes from police hospital in Tokyo See in context

On the news they said that apparently he asked policeman to take him to the washroom as he was on a wheelchair recovering from collarbone injury.

Policeman was waiting in front of the toilet while Korean Man asked him to bring his tablet from the room... And guess what guys, policeman went all the way back to bring it... Unbelievable.

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Posted in: S Korea says it 'won't be defeated again' by Japan See in context

Fine, if Japan doesn't want to trade goods with South Korea they can remove them from all the lists.

What I think should be done trade deal between South Korea, China, Russia and European Union. So that loosers Donald Trump and Abe can get their countries in more recession.

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Posted in: Hokkaido ski resort tackles growing tension between Japanese, foreign residents See in context

Actually I knew this will become a problem sooner or later. I had a chance to work in Hirafu, Niseko for one of the resorts few years ago. A lot of businesses are owned by gaikokujins and they hire mostly gaikokujin staff that comes to Japan on working holiday visa. They don't have any respect for our culture whatsoever, it's not only garbages but the way they behave. Hirafu during the winter season becomes a town where gaikokujins are up to 90% of the population. So I suppose they feel like at home and forget they are guests in Japan, any gaikokujin should remeber that no matter how long she or he is here they are ONLY guests.

This article is not only about garbages but actually there are many more problems related to high number of gaikokujin.

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Posted in: Trudeau promises support for Ukraine in wake of Russian 'aggression' See in context

This guy just woke up?? Was it like 4 years ago??

Oh yeah I forgot there are many Ukrainians ancestors in Canada and he will need their votes in upcoming elections.

What a joke.

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Posted in: Man arrested for keeping mother’s body in apartment for a year See in context

How did he managed smell?

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Posted in: Ghosn announces news conference, then cancels it See in context

Former Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn canceled his news conference planned for Friday within hours of its announcement, citing opposition from his family and media adviser.

What a guy, if he really wants to make someone hear his case and let people from the other countries know about so called inhumane Japanese justice system that's the best time, G20 is here.

You are not going to get a second chance, after G20 is over your conference announcements will give reason to prosecutors to lock you up.

Anyway we all know the verdict already.

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Posted in: Cabinet OKs reforms aimed at addressing Japan's labor market woes See in context

Belrick for example if you go to Canada as a foreigner it is said:

A positive LMIA will show that there is a need for a foreign worker to fill the job. It will also show that no Canadian worker is available to do the job. 

As you can read from this article:

The government hopes to help around 1 million people who graduated from high school and university between 1993 and 2004, collectively called the "employment ice age generation."

So obviously there are 1 million Japanese ready to work and should be taking management positions. Instead we are giving that jobs to foreigners that eventually will go back home, very few will stay here permanently which means the money that was collected for pension will eventually be returned to them. By saying so no benefit for Japan.

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Posted in: Cabinet OKs reforms aimed at addressing Japan's labor market woes See in context

Japan introduced a new visa system in April to bring in more foreign workers, a policy incorporated in last year's blueprint.

See we take all that foreigners to work here, we gave them the opportunity to earn for a living and they take different jobs including management positions. These kind of position should be given to Japanese citizens and all the gajins should be allocated to labour hungry sectors with poor working conditions first.

But many of those affected complain the government wants to deploy them into labor-hungry sectors that have poor working conditions.

After filling up all the positions by foreigners they would have the possibility of taking the remaining management positions unless there is Japanese citizen willing to take it.

Problem would be solved quickly right?

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Posted in: Japan to stiffen rules for foreign university student enrollment after 1,600 go AWOL See in context

Alex I think you don't understand there are gajins that live illegally for years in Japan. I think government should remind to foreigners that they are only visitors here in Japan and any disobedience will be punished heavily. Beside there should be no reasoning with Immigration Office, you overstayed you out. You broke Japanese law you are out. Let's face the facts gajins are taking advantage of Japanese kindness and wellbeing.

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Posted in: Japan to stiffen rules for foreign university student enrollment after 1,600 go AWOL See in context

I think government should also inspect workplaces here in Japan to catch all the illegal gajins. Most of the foreigners sing up to the university just to get visa. They don't respect the rules as they know exactly how many hours they can work and that the main purpose of their visit to Japan is to study and go back to their countries after they graduate.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic CEO reminds visitors that cannabis is banned in Japan See in context

Im happy that Japanese government and Olympic Committee reminded to all the foreign visitors that they shouldn't do drugs.

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Posted in: Nissan CEO Saikawa got higher stock-linked bonus after payout date changed, Kelly says See in context

Hello everyone!

Guys let's not forget that Saikawa is Japanese and as a Japanese he is not going to be charged of any misdoings.

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Posted in: Report reveals alleged labor issues at 2020 Tokyo Olympic building sites See in context

Yeah I totally agree with Yubaru. They will pay to English teachers 1000¥ / h just because they know they will find someone. All that newcomers needs to work somewhere!

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