Sip95 comments

Posted in: WHO staff accuse Japanese director of racist, abusive behavior See in context

The WHO has totally disgraced itself, so I don't know to believe this or not.

Also, I could see China wanting to get rid of people that have been critical of their handling of COVID.

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Posted in: China marks 84th anniversary of Nanking Massacre See in context

They say they want to remember the past, but Tiananmen Square is scrubbed from everywhere.

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Posted in: WHO criticizes travel bans on southern African countries See in context

A fire breaks out in your kitchen.

You: runs for the fire extinguisher

WHO: Ah, ah. Let's not be hasty. First we should confirm that other things in your house are even flammable. This may be nothing to worry about.

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Posted in: New Omicron variant stokes world fears; triggers travel bans See in context

Why say "wait to take action until it is understood"? By that time it will be too late.

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Posted in: Man dies in Japan after receiving dose of recalled Moderna vaccine See in context

Medical grade stainless steel might not cause a problem, but I doubt the steel in those vials was medical grade. It could be metal shavings off some mechanical part on the assembly line that wasn't aligned correctly. There could have been paint and grease on the metal.

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Posted in: Japan has entered 4th wave of COVID-19 infections, says gov't panel chief See in context

Every 'wave' is just the State of Emergency ending.

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