Sven Asai comments

Posted in: How social media – aided by bots – amplifies Islamophobia online See in context

Don’t talk theory, but show your cards on hand, raise and call. Let’s take your talking into practice, prove us that there is no reason for Islamophobia. Expose yourself to your beloved and oh so peaceful and tolerant Islam and so on, and I observe a stopwatch , if, how long and how many of you made it , still breathing and with your head still on your shoulders. How about that, still convinced and someone dares?

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Posted in: Ex-cop's appeal over murder of family denied; death penalty upheld See in context

Yes, evidence and probability considerations make that a very convincing outcome. An intruder from outside would have had to exactly plan the timespan between that husband going to work and the wife’s sister coming or have the corresponding big luck, the need of avoiding all cameras in the area , roads, convenience stores etc, and on top of that all even prepare the dead corpses and their temperatures , setting up dissolving or biological processes etc. such, that the suspicion or coroner’s expertise falls onto the husband again and into the timeframe when he still was there at night and early morning. That’s really quite a bit too much to perfectly handle by an outside killer.

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Posted in: Philippines' Duterte will not cooperate with ICC drug war probe See in context

Hen or egg? He is just doing the right thing there. They all very easily can avoid any killing by not dealing with drugs or consuming them.

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Posted in: Australian nuclear subs will be banned from New Zealand waters: Ardern See in context

That might be valid under Ardern, but surely not so much longer after Ardern. lol

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Posted in: Kim Jong Un's sister warns of 'destruction' of S Korean ties See in context

To calm down both, I would fire a missile from own Takeshima into NK EEZ. That would be an idea to answer all their questions with only one training shot. lol

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Posted in: Milley defends calls to Chinese as effort to avoid conflict See in context

Whatever you say, but finally it leads to the question, if there’s a democracy with an elected president or a military junta, where the top generals take power whenever they please or feel a personal necessity.

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Posted in: Biden announces Indo-Pacific alliance with UK, Australia See in context

Nuclear propulsion, not nuclear weapons.

Yes, of course, I believe everything. lol Maybe, they are not even for military use, but only for funny whale or dolphin watching, right?

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Posted in: Suga says N Korean missile launches threaten Japan's security See in context

Do they also have something like an EEZ there? Those crazy mind-washed commies there need an early and remarkable response, otherwise they consider the whole West weak, cowardly and incapable of anything.

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Posted in: Suga says N Korean missile launches threaten Japan's security See in context

That’s his crazy sister’s handwriting, or do you think that strange new double, totally skinny and lost in Kim’s suit and with a quite different face and wig-like haircut is allowed to push the buttons on the missile launch pad?

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Posted in: GSDF troops begin nationwide drills for 1st time in 30 years See in context

@Yubaru Sorry, but most people including me surely think that China is far more interested in Taiwan than in those unimportant Olympic events. lol

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,052 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 6,806 See in context

Exactly one year ago, without any vaccines available, 09/15/2020, 301 cases for the whole country, and you see a decreasing, right? I try to calm down and spare you some additional personal words I want to say. lol

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Posted in: California's Democratic Gov Gavin Newsom stays in power as recall fails See in context

That’s a known area for not biased to Trump support, therefore such a recall hasn’t any chance right from the beginning. Maybe if the next attempt is in plain Spanish or easy English for all the intellectual disadvantaged there, an outcome would become more open. lol

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Posted in: Conspiracy theories are constructed on the logic that the central government is hiding something. These theories spread as people grow distrustful of government and politics, whose handling of the coronavirus pandemic continues to be inept. See in context

It’s in most cases only a question of probabilities and their distribution. Vaccines are the solution, vaccines don’t work at all… I we take those two opposing theories, one you would surely more assign official theory the other more as a conspiracy theory. And the result is of course and obviously anywhere between the both extremes, isn’t it. lol

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Posted in: Dubious of Trump's sanity, U.S. general secretly called China: book See in context

In theory he surely has to be fired. The power according to constitution has the elected and civilian president, not that general or any other military personnel, just playing an own military junta for some minutes or days because of personally disagreeing with something. That he can do in a far away banana ‘republic’ with a little self-named dictator on top.

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Posted in: Fukushima plant failed to probe cause of faulty filters See in context

Does that mean, it’s all again silently blown contaminating into the air, and then with load propaganda cleanly led into the sea? Something like that? Correct me, if I understood that wrong and that’s not the essence of what has been revealed.

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Posted in: COVID-19 deaths of people aged under 60 soar in Japan due to Delta variant See in context

Of course, the delta virus load is up to 1200-fold, so much more people’s bodies can’t resist the new higher virus attacks than it was before, up to 1200-fold less. That’s simple kindergarten logic, common sense, easy to understand for everyone above amoebas.

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Posted in: Japan eyes tougher jail sentence for insults to tackle cyberbullying See in context

That will quickly bring everyone in jail. If I would write to someone ‘Nice weather today, isn’t it?’ , then there’s already a 50% chance of being fined or imprisonment, because that someone maybe feels totally affected, bullied and gets wild as he loves the opposite weather of that weather I mean, and I even don’t know the real weather at his place, but only mine. lol Better keep freedom of speech in cyberspace, because it’s only cyber, virtual, and no one gets really hurt out of a monitor or display he watches.

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Posted in: Contaminants found in Pfizer vaccine in cities near Tokyo, Osaka See in context

A big bunch of viruses? As we take it to develop immunity, they also might further develop and for example now very much like what’s in the vaccine vials. ROFL

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Posted in: With the negative impact on Japan's economy and its reputation growing daily, it is time for Japan to gradually start easing travel restrictions and allow business travel and tourism to resume. See in context

Not too big experiments. Open now some up locally, but further and even harder restrict too far travels , allowing let’s say the own and neighboring prefectures only, and of course completely avoid global influx of new viruses or unknown variants at the borders.

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Posted in: Smartphones make porn addiction a growing problem See in context

If it would be bigger tablets or monitors, yes, but smartphones? You would guaranteed need some sophisticated additional magnifying tools to see anything so that it ever could have a negative effect or you simply might be anyhow looking for. Smartphone displays are maybe a danger for your eyes’ health, but not more. lol

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Posted in: Virus lockdown extended for Australia's capital by 4 weeks See in context

They just early knew or had luckily the right feeling there, how to treat those viruses and install appropriate countermeasures. Btw the whole region does so and has therefore the lower according numbers. It’s the right path they’re on, although many of you might have a different view on that , only seeing the restrictions but not the immediate and long term advantages.

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Posted in: Osaka pachinko parlor used as vaccination site See in context

A guaranteed win for all.

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Posted in: Who would you like to see become the next prime minister of Japan? (Sensible answers only please.) See in context

Nakatani san. He is skilled and could probably cover a wider number of different wings in the party itself, but also the society as a whole. I am always a bit sad that he doesn’t try to candidate.

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Posted in: Chinese students hit by U.S. visa rejections See in context

They are just only selfish or egocentric. Just thinking about only themselves, studying in the U.S., gaining advantages and good jobs with much money. But although they might be counted very intelligent, they don’t come up with any idea, to beforehand do something important, like demonstrating against their regime in Beijing, do some resistance in their country, so that the reasons for the spying accusations, study postponement or that US visa denial all become obsolete at once.

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Posted in: Japan warns citizens of possible attack in 6 Southeast Asian nations See in context

Yes, you are right, the words Southeast Asia shouldn’t be get so much intonation in such topics, as it has nothing to do with geography. lol

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Posted in: Algerian judoka banned for 10 years for refusing Tokyo Olympic bout See in context

And now what? Does that matter to him? He or some of his many similar friends etc. now probably even more radicalize and in ten or twenty years he just blows the IOC building up and that’s it. That’s more people an own goal than a punishment. lol

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Posted in: Kishida singles out China threat See in context

Ships are easy to handle, therefore almost no threat. In fact they are rather slow quasi-static targets, more vulnerable than anything else. If taking out some of the accompanying ships, even a big and looking threatening carrier is quickly useless and ready to attack and sink. More important are a stronger missile response, air force and outnumbering highly skilled ground troops. That’s the weak point for Japan, finding, educating and deploying enough pilots, drone operators, ground soldiers, as well as having outnumbering missile or other sea / air attack response measures.

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Posted in: Japan warns citizens of possible attack in 6 Southeast Asian nations See in context

Where did the intelligence come from? The Five Eyes?

That I can easily estimate and continuously expect even blindly, totally drunken, sleepy at 2.30a.m. But you are right, a few stupid people or ignorants need four eyes and intelligence services’ warnings beforehand. lol

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Posted in: Australian watchdog blocks Qantas-Japan Airlines deal See in context

Yes, for the media and masses…lol In fact, most airlines are fully or partially government backed, alone for prestige. So they can wait and afford numbers in red. If the travel business reawakens, they just make it rare to give a reason for high prices. Therefore it doesn’t play a role if they are allowed to cooperate for any advantage or not. They will find other less obvious methods to squeeze you out of your pennies. lol

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Posted in: Vaccinated Sydney residents picnic as lockdown rules relaxed See in context

How generous, a few picnics…wow. And they all are even immediately happy and easily satisfied.

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