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Posted in: Don't contact our board members, Renault tells Nissan See in context

Interesting how Saikawa’s name is being kept clean. I’d like to know more about his laundry. Who is this faceless ”Nissan” that’s being mentioned?

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Posted in: Don't contact our board members, Renault tells Nissan See in context

Nissan is suddenly weak-kneed. Why? Looks tough at home but doesn’t quite measure up internationally!?

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Posted in: Heavy screen time appears to impact childrens' brains: study See in context

Kinda late to come out with this, isn’t it? The money’s even made. The fat cats are happy. Not for the bad news.

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Posted in: American Airlines launches first biometric boarding pilot program See in context

Big Brother has a new toy to play with.

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Posted in: Art and cash-filled Rio apartment the new battleground for Nissan, Ghosn See in context

Saikawa is hiding. Something tells me he’s Deepthroat. The only national and not a word about him. Squeaky clean. Really? Let’s see some good journalism here.

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Posted in: Takanawa Gateway, new JR Yamanote Line station name, fails to resonate with Tokyoites See in context

Lets start playing with the name from gateway to get away.

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Posted in: Abe says he is aiming for constitution change by 2020 See in context

Many years ago I told people that Japanese are not really peaceful people. Scratch just a little under the surface you see a nation that’s anything but peaceful. Among a social class there may be harmony but there’s also so much insecurity among people. Is Japan truly threatened or is it just a perception? Is it a perception our Dear PM is capitalizing on? I have barely seen diplomacy taking place. It seems we’ve gone from peace straight to aggressive remilitarization, including changing the constitution, which will happen the moment the opposition takes its eyes off the ball. In this sense I see it not as if but sadly a when.

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Posted in: Amazon targets airports for checkout-free store expansion See in context

Just drink and eat up before you go through passport check.

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Posted in: Ghosn, Kelly formally charged over financial misconduct; Nissan also indicted See in context

Next, let’s hear from the auditors, both in-house and from the outside. Let’s see how they defend themselves. Also, I question if Saikawa is some government deep throat of sorts. He was in the inner circle all along. He’s squeaky clean? Something tells me this is not going to turn out nicely. Internationally, this battle will be studied by corporations as well as governments. Quid pro quo on the horizon. The government didn’t think this one out well.

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Posted in: Language skills remain major concern for foreign nursing care workers See in context

In-house solutions, have Japanese do the work will only make things more expensive in this land that can no longer can afford any extra costs. Also, I’ve met nurses that don’t want to do ‘basic’ work because it’s too dirty. Poor old folks are stuck.

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Posted in: Language skills remain major concern for foreign nursing care workers See in context

Long before all of us were born Japan decided to isolate itself both culturally and linguistically. Very self sufficient. I know another country not far away with similar thinking. That thinking is OK if you’re always in control. No ones an island. Too late for Japan to realize this. They now have to accept what’s coming, like it or not.

BTW, I kind of blame McArthur for not making Japan more international. At least he should have imposed English as a second official language, much like Spanish in the US. Japan would be a different nation today.

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Posted in: Ruling bloc to agree on tax reforms spurring car, home purchases See in context

What’s scary in all this is that people still like and believe him - our Dear PM.

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Posted in: As Japan OKs law to let more foreigners in, tiny rural town wants to go further See in context

This too will change. It’s just a matter of time for people to get used to our foreign faces, companies to need us irrevocably, paying for training their labor, etc. By then the Japanese population will have decreased even further. Business would scream. By and large foreigners, like locals, are a fine bunch. Just need to get used to - us.

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Posted in: Japan's military sees record spending: Nikkei See in context

You don’t make weapons just to sit on them. You don’t change a constitution just for protection. Sad.

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Posted in: Diet passes bill to accept more foreign workers See in context

Wow, now I question if I am welcomed here or not. Kowai

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Posted in: Hope, anxiety in Japan over opening up to more foreign workers See in context

Foreign nation visa issuers ought to advise these young starry-eyed workers about how they’re being (mis-)treated in this nation, the poor working conditions some have to deal with, the lack of appeals, government insensitivity, etc. If these young people go through this hell then I put part of the blame on the mother nations of these workers, knowing realities here.

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Posted in: Ghosn admits he signed papers on post-retirement pay; Saikawa also questioned See in context

I want to see how accounts and auditors are going to get out of this. Looks like every and anyone connected to Nissan is going to get hit.

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Posted in: Japan to bar Huawei, ZTE from gov't contracts, sources say See in context

As stupid as this sounds, if you’re going to have a government spy on you, at least make it our own.

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Posted in: Japan to bar Huawei, ZTE from gov't contracts, sources say See in context

@Schopenhauer I remember back around the year 2000-2001, not long before 9/11 there was a short report coming out of China that reporting negative stories about China in the foreign (and local) media was from then on prohibited. At that time there were already hundreds of thousands of demonstrations and other problems being reported in China. Occasionallly some stat still gets leaked out. It’s not difficult to imagine what’s going on at the present. I’d even say China isclose to collapse given the recent report that the government has also banned twitter.

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Posted in: 69 foreign technical interns died in Japan between 2015 and 2017: Justice Ministry See in context

Question is, if a company or organization is going to invest so much on each person coming to Japan for training, how can the government think of sending them home after 5 years? This too shall pass.

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Posted in: Nissan hit by new inspection scandal See in context

Renault, come on and just buy Nissan..not that I think Macron is a good substitute as leader.

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Posted in: Sharp shifted some production to China before nearly 3,000 foreign job cuts See in context

Where’s the international community’s condemnation? One kind of expects by now that foreign workers will be treated unequally. Where are the mother countrys’ outcries? Workers are totally unprotected once they come here..or anywhere. When these workers come home they’re bringing back knowledge and know how.

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Posted in: Ghosn's legal woes highlight governance failings in Japan See in context

For me the elephant no one is talking about in this drama is Hiroto Saikawa. Even the media is keeping him from the lime light. He looks too snug in his new position. How much is he a deepthroat for the government. He’s too squeaky clean. Who’s pulling his strings? This has all the markings of a coup. Keep Ghosn away as the government secures the puppet regime.

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Posted in: U.S. expects immediate action from China on trade commitments See in context

Let’s see and wait. Anyway, it’s only a short time away.

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Posted in: What are the ethics of baby gene-editing? See in context

Like it or not its going to be done..if not already. Independent of ethical considerations. That’s the scientific mind. Someone somewhere in greatest probability has tried tinkering with genes if for no other Eason than because its there. Let’s see what happens. Frankenstein has lots of siblings out there.

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Posted in: Ruling bloc pushes bill to expand foreign labor through lower house See in context

Bring them in. We need them. In time they’ll blend in. Yeah, the beginning is always hard, scary. Slowly we won’t know or feel they’re foreigners, they’ll ( we :) ) will just be part of the landscape. Beautiful.

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Posted in: Trump proposes 'worldwide network' to counter CNN overseas See in context

Trump does ramble and have his tantrums but so does cnn..and others. Fewer people are into these media giants now. They’re not into reporting, they’re into being the center. That’s where the money is. Many people have ceased to care about the news. Fake news? No news. I don’t give the media the pleasure of playing with my emotions.

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Posted in: EU trade chief expresses support for Japan's push to reform WTO See in context


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Posted in: EU trade chief expresses support for Japan's push to reform WTO See in context

The communist way is to steal. It has always been. On the other hand poor nations cannot survive as is. Escaping your country and running to a safer haven is not an answer to their problems. Can’t blame Trump for trying to keep order, either. Look at what’s going on in Europe with hundreds of thousands of refugees looking for handouts because there’s no economy to support them. There are no jobs. Simple. Inequality on a global level is what’s coming to a point. Ultimately, with the changing economic fundamentals, international basics need to change. It’s not only about walls but we need to see how much militaries and having individual governments on different levels take from an economy that just cant support them. I don’t like the NWO as it’s now designed but its headed in the general direction we must think of.

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Posted in: Osaka celebrates winning bid to host Expo 2025, despite reservations See in context

Japan is riding a popularity wave. Keep going while it lasts.

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