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Posted in: UK warns of 'gaps' with EU as talks to solve N Ireland Brexit issues resume See in context

@Zaphod. The neo- imperialists in Brussels? Or is it more to do with the colonial mindset of the British government? They do not seem to get over the fact that Britain is no longer a major player in the world. Rule Britannia!

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Posted in: Confusion reigns over Queen Elizabeth II's health after hospital stay See in context

It is about the Queen abdicated like most royal families in Europe. She is getting older by the day and she will not be able to carry out all her commitments and visits.

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Posted in: Johnson says UK will emerge from Brexit, pandemic as more productive and dynamic nation See in context

Britain slowly sliding down the Brexit rabbit hole. This man is simply incompetent to lead a country.

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Posted in: Organizers unveil COVID-19 rules for Beijing Winter Olympics See in context

BOYCOTT! But king Bach won't be happy about the money he is going to earn plus the VIP treatment. Despite all the criticisms from the Japanese media during the Olympics, this man is obviously shameless.

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Posted in: After knife attack, New Zealand criminalizes terror plotting See in context

One thing some countries fail to understand is how these idiots are radicalized. Is it in their local mosque, social media, moslem preachers on YouTube? If so, then keep an eye and monitor these platforms. I once walked into a shop owned by a Bangladeshi and sure enough he was watching these hate preachers on YouTube. This incident was not in Japan.

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Posted in: Human rights groups around the world are urging the International Olympic Committee to rescind its decision to hold the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing and that countries boycott the Games over China's human rights violations of more than a million Uyghur Muslims. Do you support such a call? See in context

One of the main reasons to boycott the winter Olympics in China is the Wuhan virus- which everyone has forgotten to mention. What'smore, Hong Kong, the Uighers, Tibet, and now Taiwan. Xi the Pooh has grand plans for his autocratic and undemocratic regime.

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Posted in: Ben Affleck, Jennifer Lopez make romance official in Venice See in context

I don't give two hoots about their lives or their relationship. The thing about celebrities is that they crave for attention because they lead shallow lives. I feel sorry for both of them .

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Posted in: EU reinstates travel ban from Japan due to surge in coronavirus cases See in context

@ wandelust. 'Slow reaction as usual from EU bureaucracy - cases have been up for around six weeks!' Why so much interest in criticising the EU and spreading fake news? Have you checked the latest covid figures in the UK ? It has the highest rate of infections and deaths currently. Please get your facts right.

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Posted in: EU reinstates travel ban from Japan due to surge in coronavirus cases See in context

@ Simian Lane. "The EU sucks. This is completely backward thinking. The emphasis should be on returning freedoms to normal ASAP". Please get your facts right before you write a comment. The UK currently has the highest infection rates and deaths in Europe. Most European countries are refusing British tourists and there are many restrictions. Any scientific facts/ data you can quote are welcome before you talk about freedoms.

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Posted in: Tokyo Paralympic-linked COVID-19 cases reach nearly 300 in 3 weeks See in context

I wonder if king Bach of the IOC is informed about these figures because he had promised a safe and secure Olympics. Remember? Maybe he simply does not care as long as he is getting the VIP treatment and counting the money in his blank account. Shameless!

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Posted in: ABBA announces comeback album, London show after decades apart See in context

Who cares? The trigger is always MONEY, no matter what statements or claims they make. They should seriously retire and enjoy giving some of their millions to worthy causes.

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Posted in: China bans men it sees as not masculine enough from TV See in context

I wonder how is more of a threat to the Chinese people, effeminte men or corrupt party officials who are accumulating massive wealth secretly without any accountability? The CCP now obviously sees everything as an internal threat to its power.

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Posted in: UK to hold 1st talks with TPP members this month to join trade pact See in context

Tough times ahead for the UK under Boris Johnson. The country seems to be so desperate for trade deals with faraway countries rather than its neighbours. The Brexit referendum was built on lies and misinformation and now people in the UK are beginning to feel the effects. Shortage of truck drivers, supermarket staff, deliveries, etc...Even Britsish farmers who voted Brexit are complaining about the lack of government funds.

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Posted in: WHO monitoring new coronavirus variant named 'Mu' See in context

Thanks WHO for messing up the whole pandemic and sending a mission to China which came back with no credible evidence. MILLIONS of people worldwide have the right to know the origin of the Wuhan virus. And Tedros's visit to Tokyo for the opening ceremony during a raging pandemic shows how incompetent these bureaucrats at WHO are.

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Posted in: China's kids get schooled in 'Xi Jinping thought' See in context

What a bad joke by the CCP. Indoctrinating and brainwashing children at such a young age is extremely dangerous. Do they remember the horrors of Mao Tsetung? It started with the so called " red book" which caused the death of millions of innocent people.

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Posted in: Author Murakami criticizes Suga over pandemic measures See in context

@ John. Fully agree. What alternative solutions does Murakami have in mind? Criticising will not solve the problem. What would he have done if he were the Prime minister? Another publicity stunt to sell more books and make more money?

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Posted in: Israel strikes Gaza after fire balloons, border clashes See in context

@Mr Kipling. Fully agree. The Israeli army sometimes shoots and kills young Palestinians throwing stones and demonstrating against illegal settlements in occupied territtories. Never believe the Israeli narrative. It is all state-sponsored propaganda.

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Posted in: Japan's top COVID-19 adviser criticizes Bach's revisit to Tokyo See in context

Agreed with the previous comments. King Bach obviously does not give a damn about what the scientists say nor about what local people think..The trigger is money and enjoying his luxury accommodation and the attention. He could have done the speech online.

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Posted in: China reports zero local virus cases as Delta outbreak retreats See in context

If you believe this piece of news, you would believe anything ( the world is flat?). All this information comes from the Chinese-controlled media . No independent source is available to verify these lies and party propaganda.

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Posted in: Bach to return to Tokyo for Paralympics opening ceremony See in context

This man is shameless after all the controversy he caused during his first visit. King Bach will ,of course, be enjoying his luxury hotel accommodation and private body guards all paid by Japanese tax payers and not out of his pocket. His face in this photo turns my stomach. Time to retire and start counting the millions you have in your bank account. What a disgrace to sporting.

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Posted in: New Zealand says it has solved COVID outbreak puzzle See in context

Congrats PM Ardern. The world needs more competent leaders like her.

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Posted in: Although there were pros and cons over Bach’s visit, we judged that paying for the security costs would obtain support from local residents. See in context

Bach is one of those unelected members of an organisation where there is zero transparency. His visit to Hiroshima was unnecessary. He should have paid from his own pocket, and this is not counting the cost of his stay in a luxury hotel in Tokyo. Sorry for the Japanese tax payers who are going to foot the bill. This man has become too big for his boots.

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Posted in: 6 dead, including suspected shooter, in British city of Plymouth See in context

So killing random innocent people is not terror-related. Had it been a moslem, it would definitely be classified as such. Terror has no religion nor ethnicity.

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Posted in: China rejects need for further WHO coronavirus origins probe See in context

China has obviously something to hide by refusing further investigations into the origin of the Wuhan virus. WHO is another circus run by clowns. MILLIONS of people around the world have the right to know the origins of the virus. Ben Embarak and his team are utterly incompetent and they came back from China with zero evidence. What a waste of time and money.

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Posted in: Lionel Messi signs 2-year contract with Paris Saint-Germain See in context

'According to various reports, PSG have offered the best player in the world a salary worth around €35million a season after tax.'

It is all about greed and money! No wonder he shed a few tears.

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Posted in: Bach says Tokyo Olympics have 'far exceeded' his expectations See in context

Bach is a big clown running a corrupt circus called the IOC. Perhaps he and his cronies should think about retiring soon.

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Posted in: Video of Israeli athletes breaking cardboard village bed goes viral See in context

Shameful behaviour by the immature Israeli team. They should apologise and be asked to pay for the damages..This is not what the Olympic spirit is about. What a bad image they have made of their country.

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Posted in: Gold for Ohashi, Aussie swimmer Titmus; Ledecky easily wins 1,500 meters See in context

Go Japan! Top of the Olympic medals. Well done!

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Posted in: Israeli judo star perseveres after 2 opponents' withdrawals See in context

It is funny how Israel can get away with anything. Occupying Palestinian lands, disrepecting International law and U.N. resolutions, etc.. And if you criticise Israel, you are considered anti- semitic. As long as this country refuses any peace deal with the Palestinians, there will never be peace in that region and beyond.

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Posted in: Algerian judoka to be sent home after refusing potential bout with Israeli See in context

"Sad there is so much hate for Israel on a human level. It’s beyond geo-politics." What about Israeli hate for the Palestinians who are treated like second hand citizens and live under a state of occupation? Please read the historical facts before you jump to conclusions.

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