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Posted in: British medical journal calls for global conversation on Tokyo Olympics See in context

" silence by the WHO" - any surprise? Most of its inept staff starting with Tedros should be sacked. On the other hand, the unelected members of the IOC are concerned about the millions and the sponsors - NOT about human lives.

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Posted in: American father, son to go on trial for helping Ghosn flee Japan See in context

Someone who escapes to another country to avoid a trial is a crime itself whether you live in a developed country or an underdeveloped one. Ghosn was obviuosly worried about the unaccounted millions that had disappeared. He SHOULD be held to account and given a fair trial to prove his innocence.

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Posted in: China slams G7 'manipulation' after Xinjiang, Hong Kong criticism See in context

China is a big threat to world peace and democracy.

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Posted in: How virus detectives trace the origins of an outbreak – and why it's so tricky See in context

I personally think that most people around the world have lost faith in scientists and researchers. There are so many contradictory statements and theories. The WHO mission which was sent to Wuhan was a BIG JOKE. Its members were under Chinese pressure. Mr Daszak and Embarak should have been sacked for conflict of interest. Please check out this link -

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Posted in: China cautions G7 that 'small' groups don't rule the world See in context

The CCP has become the laughing stock of the world ! Simple examples : Tibet, Hong Kong, Taiwan, the concentration camps , etc... Do these Chinese rulers really understand their policies?

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Posted in: Heatstroke or COVID-19? Similar symptoms could confuse at Olympics See in context

Sometimes I do not understand human logic. Puzzling. Surely, all it takes is a quick swab and you get the results in a few minutes. Problem solved and no fuss.

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Posted in: U.S. to donate 500 mil Pfizer vaccines to more than 90 countries See in context

Well done Biden. This is a good example of the human side of politics.

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Posted in: We buy Vladimir Putin chocolate from the Red Square Russian shop in Tokyo See in context

What a cheap way to sell a tacky looking item with Putin's face on it. Does the Russian company that makes this chocolate bar have any connections with the tsar Putin? I wonder

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Posted in: Cruise ships' return to Venice reignites tensions See in context

'Property speculation ' ...The Chinese mafia moved to Venice years ago buying up coffee bars, restaurants, etc.. Most locals are not happy with this invasion and the property speculation it has caused. Nobody knows about its dealings either -all shrouded in mystery. Another problem for a unique and beautiful city like Venice.

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Posted in: EU to add Japan to safe travel list; leave UK off for now See in context

@ Aly Rustom. I totally disagree. This is NOT a political move by the EU. The Kent variant has reached countries as far afield as Japan and Vietnam. Now the Indian variant ( in the UK) risks further threats to European countries and the rest of the world . Each country has the right to protect its citizens. Well done EU .

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Posted in: No relation to reality: Johnson brushes off ex-aide's claims See in context

Well, of course Boris Johnson and his crony Hancock will deny all the allegations and keep lying. Deaths with COVID-19 on the death certificate is well over 152,000 according to different source. It is one of the highest in the world although they had plenty of time to prepare for this health emergency. Thanks Cummings.

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Posted in: Pot-shots politically driven; Tokyo Games to go ahead: Pound See in context

@Fighto! Well said! Another clown from the IOC giving us lectures about arguments with no real scientific evidence. He is obviously calculating the $$$$ which will end up in his wallet. Disgraceful!

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Posted in: IOC to offer COVID vaccines for 20,000 in Japan linked to Olympics See in context

Any old trick by the IOC in order not to lose face and make millions of $$$$$$$. Sadly this is not the solution to this serious health crisis in Japan that may threaten thousands of lives.

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Posted in: Italian Eurovision winner returns negative test after drug furor See in context

@ Erik Morales. Disagree totally with your opinion. I don't know where you come from but who are to criticise Europe so badly. Weaker? Lost its influence? No vision? A joke. Are you an economist? Political analyst? Or simply basing your opinions on rumours or fake news?

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Posted in: Coates gets backlash after saying Olympics are on, even in state of emergency See in context

You should retire mate and take a pay cut together with Bach, Coe, and the other clowns in your organisation. Shameless statements. Who is the IOC to make decisions that concern scientists, healthcare staff and human lives. It's about greed and money. Obviuosly.

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Posted in: British Airways trials 25-second digital COVID-19 test See in context

@Luddite. Remember that the UK voted not to be part of European Union ( Brexit) but it geographically in Europe. Ask how many proud Brits really feel European with the current populist government.

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Posted in: 21 runners dead as extreme cold weather hits China ultramarathon See in context

There is definitely something fishy going on and some news media lies and cover ups. Is this unusual for a country like China? Surprise, surprise.

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Posted in: IOC veteran Pound says Tokyo Olympics 'a go' See in context

Another retired clown making useless comments. Who paid him, I wonder?

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Posted in: Britain to work with WHO on 'pandemic radar' to track diseases See in context

Step number one, remove all the useless scientists and advisors working for the WHO including Tedros who disasterly failed to save millions of human lives. Step number two, an urgent restructuring and reforming the WHO. Step number three, have an independent audit of the organisation ( payrolls, staff numbers and duties, commissions, and how contracts are awarded, etc...).

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Posted in: IOC chief Bach to visit Japan on July 12, 11 days before Olympics begin See in context

Please do not come. You are an unwelcome guest together with your cronies. You are obviously concerned about the millions and the sponsors and NOT about human lives. I wish an independent firm could audit such a corrupt and intransparent organisations.

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Posted in: Long working hours killing hundreds of thousands of people a year, WHO study shows See in context

"WHO staff, including its chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, say they have been working long hours during the pandemic ". Really? After their shambolic response to the pandemic which has cost MILLIONS OF HUMAN LIVES. I wonder how much Tedros and his cronies are paid for doing this job? Does anyone seriously trust anything the WHO says? The least Tedros can do is APOLOGISE and RESIGN!

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Posted in: Saudi Arabia lifts quarantine requirement for vaccinated foreign visitors See in context

Honesyly who wants to visit such a corrupt and undemocratic country? No free speech, no independent media, homophobic and discrimination against women. I would NEVER step foot in such a country.

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Posted in: India's virus cases lower but WHO expert says positive tests ominously high See in context

@ EvilBuddha. Please remember that India is a highly corrupt country. The Asia Pacific region struggles to combat corruption and tackle the profound health and economic impact of COVID-19 (Source : Transparency international).

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Posted in: Top scientists question the need for COVID-19 booster shots See in context

Big Pharma = $$$$$$$$$$$$. They don't care about scientifica data. MONEY and GREED.

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Posted in: How can we stop the next pandemic? Here's what a WHO panel recommends See in context

We should all definitely blame both China and the WHO for this human tragedy which has caused the death of millions of innocent lives. No transparency and not one single resignation or sacking. Tedros and his cronies should be charged for CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY. This guy, Tedros, wants to stay for another term at the WHO. Laughable!

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Posted in: Japan's coronavirus vaccine booking system crashes after Salesforce outage See in context

Cancel the Olympic games? But the IOC and its corrupt members ( Bach, Coates,..) have decided that these games must go on without listening to the scientists or following the data that is emerging on a daily basis. Laughable!

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Posted in: 5 injured in stabbing rampage at New Zealand market See in context

Just speculating - but I hope I am wrong. It could be someone from the extreme right trying to undermine Ardern's policies. A brainwashed Islamist or someone with mental health issues. Let's hope the investigation brings the truth to light.

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Posted in: Suga says he has never put Olympics first and that IOC has final say See in context

So the whole world should be listening to a corrupt body called the IOC and not to scientists/ data/statistics. What a joke ! It's all about sponsors and money.

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Posted in: Pfizer/BioNTech jab confirmed to protect 95% in largest study yet See in context

@venze. Agreed. It means billions of dollars profit for Big Pharma. It sounds like a special ad. I wonder why Big Pharma has not yet found an anti-malaria vaccine which kills millions of people in Africa. The answer? Because such a vaccine is not profitable. Profit before human lives.

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Posted in: Coe says Tokyo organizers delivered on COVID-19 protocols See in context

Who should we be listening to this guy? Is he a scientist? The world has had enough of incompetent people working for the WHO , IOC, etc... It's all about money and greed.

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