Satedaya comments

Posted in: High court orders Shikoku Electric to suspend Ikata nuclear reactor restart See in context

They are concern because it is one of the regions where megaquake might occur.

Beside explanation that it's far from the sea it's like saying tsunami waves won't reach over 10 meters.

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Posted in: Estranged Australian husband freed after trespassing to find his children See in context

Actually I didn't hear about this case till now. But I assume there are many more gaikokujins who are in prison. And get ready there will be more coming!

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Posted in: Japanese gov't, prosecutors, Nissan call Ghosn's accusations baseless See in context

I'll tell you why because Japan is USA.

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Posted in: Japanese gov't, prosecutors condemn Ghosn's remarks in Lebanon See in context

"failed to justify his acts."

And how about prosecutors where are the evidence of his wrongdoings? For over a year you couldn't get it??

Lame move by office to give this statement before he even finished his conference.

You failed Japan. Now everyone will hear about it.

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Posted in: Turkish jet firm says employee falsified Ghosn records See in context

Let me guess everyone overseas gets arrested.

Japanese border services will get promotion for good service.

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Posted in: Turkey detains 7, including 4 pilots over Ghosn's escape through Istanbul See in context

I think what they meant is that he was allowed to keep his French Passport, as every gaikokujin needs to carry identification card or passport all the time while in Japan otherwise they can be fined.

So actually Japanese authorities let him escape as I dont believe customs didn't recognize him at the airport.

Long story short Ghosn made a deal with Japan. They will let him "run away" and he will criticize justice system and Japan but won't reveal anything that can sink the rest of them. Won't give names any details etc. Just "rigged Japanese justice system etc. "

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Posted in: Ghosn's lawyer says he is stunned his client left country See in context

Guys you know it's all masquerade. They let him "run away" because actually they didn't have any proof of his wrongdoings.

So it's a win win situation. We let you escape from Japan on "private plane" and as a reward we won't have to prosecute you for now reasons and be under scrutiny from other countries.

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Posted in: Abenomics sputters as trade damage spreads See in context

As I said before printing money by BOJ they want inflation to be higher and get rid of some of that debt they accumulate.

They actually want to change the monetary system an it will happen soon after Olympics!

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Posted in: Russia releases 5 Japanese fishing boats seized near disputed islands See in context

The Soviet Union seized the strategically located volcanic archipelago north of Hokkaido in the final days of World War II and has maintained a military presence there ever since.

Not maintained, they seized them so, it belongs to Russia as the peace treaty was never singed. Japan needs to realize that they still at war with Russia.

We should change constitution right away and start building our military power not rely on Americans.

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Posted in: Cabinet approves record ¥102 tril draft budget for FY2020 See in context

Abenomics guys.

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Posted in: Latest Tokyo Olympic ticket lottery: 1 mil offered; 23 mil sought See in context

@Satedaya

I think government officials doesn't have that problem. They probably won't even know what a lottery is.

My husband is a government official, working directly with the Olympics. He couldn't get tickets. But I, a foreign resident, managed to get 2 (after trying over and over again). Believe me, it was entirely randomized.

He has to be really low in hierarchy then as he had to go through lottery!

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Posted in: 'Little Miss Period' tackles Japan's menstruation taboos with a punch See in context

I don't really care if it's cartoon or something else.

What is really important in all of that:

"It doesn't matter if you have your time or not but don't let others to deal with you just because of it. Your job is your job take painkillers if you have to."

Its another example of typical excuse by women. And then they yell for equality etc.

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Posted in: Latest Tokyo Olympic ticket lottery: 1 mil offered; 23 mil sought See in context

I think government officials doesn't have that problem. They probably won't even know what a lottery is.

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Posted in: 1-year-old boy dies after being hit by car driven by mother See in context

Well actually guys the car wasn't backing it was moving out of the garage. So it was front of the car not back.

You can see the video here:

https://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/videonews/jnn?a=20191214-00000050-jnn-soci

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Posted in: 1-year-old boy dies after being hit by car driven by mother See in context

Are you sure it was accident?? Or maybe she did it deliberately?

What was 1 year old doing outside, behind the mini van??

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Posted in: Nikkei closes above 24,000 for 1st time in 14 months See in context

Abenomics in action guys.

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Posted in: Abe determined to amend Constitution after debate in next Diet session See in context

Think about how much it would boost economy if we succeed in changing the constitution!

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Posted in: Abe determined to amend Constitution after debate in next Diet session See in context

Finally I hope we will change constitution and then next step should be bye bye to American troops, go back to your country!

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Posted in: Empress celebrates 56th birthday See in context

What is it going to be for birthday party dinner?? Caviar??

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Posted in: Gov't compiles ¥26 tril stimulus package to prop up economy See in context

2) Erase current debt. To get out of the current hole it is in, Japan likely needs to do both in tandem. International bankers would be furious, and Japan's pension system would end up in meltdown.

Not necessarily, I think but not sure how much is it exactly but 50-70% of Japanese debt has been already bought by Bank Of Japan - since 2010 or so.

Let's assume it's 70% of Japanese debt than actually Japan has very little to pay back! Don't worry they already thought way out of this whole. That's why they keep printing money because they actually want this bubble to burst.

We all know this system can't work forever so do Bank of Japan that's why they will keep pumping money until bubble burst, then government will announce it can't keep going like that, BoJ will cancel debt and switch to the new monetary system. But what it will be? That's a good question to ask.

Read latest report by BoJ they say the economy situation in Japan is exactly same as it was in 80s before the bubble burst.

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Posted in: Japanese labor federation to demand minimum hourly wage of ¥1,100 See in context

I don't know guys did you take Masterclass from Shinzō Abe or what?

Minimum wage is there to protect people from abuse or slavery by employers not other way around. If there wouldn't be minimum wage people would work for much less than that 950¥ there is always someone cheaper.

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Posted in: Japanese labor federation to demand minimum hourly wage of ¥1,100 See in context

@zones2surf

A world where the wealth is once again concentrated in the hands of a very small, privileged upper class, and the rest of the population working literally as slaves to these elites.

Yes, that's true but why is that?? Because people are lazy, they want to have high minimum wage, free healthcare, pension plan, free education ect. But they don't want to work. Some gaikokujin told me recently:

"Work is for poor and school is for stupid"

The truth is that all of us have opportunities to learn and make money but no-one will pay you decent wage or salary being English teacher in Japan. Especially when society is aging and most of the population doesn't want to have kids. I'm not saying teachers only but We Japanese have this attitude to work as well. It comes from tradition and will lead to tragedy as you mention because sooner or later that rich housewives will need to go to work eventually or they will end up on street.

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Posted in: Japanese labor federation to demand minimum hourly wage of ¥1,100 See in context

Still raising minimum wage is not a way to achieve goals.

If I can afford to pay my staff 1000¥ per hour and someone will want me to pay 1500¥ then it's either I will get rid of that staff and give that work to full time worker with a little bit of salary increase.

Secondly if you increase wage then obviously I increase the price of my products and other businesses will do that as well. So technically you will make same amount of money as you did before or even less.

Third inflation will go up so all the savings that people has will be slowly eaten by it. And I think this is the point of Abenomics as he wants to get rid of that 230% debt we have. Higher inflation will eat it as well , perfect for economy but for people especially older one who saved all their lives sucks big time.

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Posted in: Crown prince urges daughter to update public on marriage plans See in context

Everyone cares of course. People need to know that kind of stuff so they can prepare money for the ceremony.

Maybe another tax increase??

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Posted in: Gov't considers expanding part-timers' pension coverage See in context

Cmon guys stop with that raising of minimum wage nonsense, if you know economy a little bit you know that it's not going to help or even bring opposite than expected consequences.

I believe gaikokujins coming to Japan should pay 1.5 more to the nenkin. So they contribution can be visible and cheered by us, Japanese people.

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Posted in: Man arrested for kidnapping 12-year-old Osaka girl See in context

I see another problem here.

Why Police didn't find her? In the century of cameras at every corner it sounds pretty obvious to me to check ones surrounding the park and then just follow them to their location in Osaka.

Mom taking a nap or letting her kid use phone it's not a problem at all. I guess gaikokujins should mind their own business as they like to stick their big noses and tell other people how to live.

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Posted in: Newborn baby girl abandoned in hotel room in Tokyo See in context

Here in Japan we don't have sexual education so maybe it's time to start thinking about it!

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Posted in: Japan tells embassies risk of contaminated Fukushima water 'small' See in context

The problem is the water itself. Even if that would be true that it's OK to dump it to Pacific, isn't it on-going issue? Isn't more water coming everyday?

So it means that it will be constant dumping of water not one time dump.

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Posted in: Nearly 20% of Japan households using e-money but cash still king See in context

Old people knows that they shouldn't trust banks and politicians so that is the reason why they keep money at home or hidden somewhere.

Shinzo, Japan and BOJ wants to take that money from old people or those who save so they can eat caviar and have parties.

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Posted in: One year after arrest, Ghosn seeks to throw out case against him See in context

Well hello don't forget who started all that which hunt and who got out of it with a bow.

Saikawa San ladies and gentleman the guy who said sorry and left without of course any charges.

Remeber there is Justice for Japanese and conviction for foreigners.

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