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Posted in: Australia's Victoria state says next 24 hours critical as COVID cluster grows See in context

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If you read that paragraph, he tested negative before leaving quarantine, therefore he must have caught it en route within Australia and hence the search for the missing link

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Posted in: Health care is a hot topic for debate in many countries. What do you think is the best system so that no one gets left out? See in context

Most European countries seem to be happy with their healthcare systems but don't follow the NHS model.

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Posted in: Restrictions reimposed as virus resurges in much of Asia See in context

The left wing mainstream media have been blaming everything coronavirus on Modi and the wider Indian right wing, despite the fact that highly safe countries (Singapore, Taiwan) and highly vaccinated countries (Seychelles...) are experiences surges due to the Indian variant. Absolutely disgusting thing to do during a middle of a pandemic where men, women and children are dying in their droves. I hope Israel wipes Gaza and left wing news media off the face of the earth.

Compare the mess that India is in, with the development and organization of Israel. India and Modi need to copy the Israelis and take a tougher stand on Muslims. The fact that India can't even bring itself to support Israel against terrorists show me everything about Modi and the Indian right wing.

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Posted in: Ransomware hits AXA units in Asia, New Zealand public health provider See in context

They should start attacking mainstream left wing media outlets and their viewers, to counter their dirty tactics.

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Posted in: UK readies for major reopening but new variant sparks worry See in context

Even in the midst of a pandemic, commentators are quick to try and blame the Indian right wing for anything and everything. Recent electoral losses by the BJP were not on behalf of the left wing but votes went to regional right wing and centrist parties - not left wing. And the the Bengal variant is already causing trouble in the Seychelles (highest two dose vaccination rate in the world) and the UK, and could be possible for upticks in Malaysia, Singapore and Taiwan. Yet left wing and media prefer to find any time possible to blame the right wing for everything. Hence why I refuse to support left wing Muslim causes such as Palestine and Kamala Harris.

While UK goes back into lockdown, India will be waging war.

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Posted in: Japan to donate $4 mil in food aid to Myanmar See in context

Will it actually get to the people or is it just another food for iranian oil UN program?

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Posted in: 1,799 suicides reported nationwide in April See in context

If women are being hit harder then why are men mostly dying?

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Posted in: Bodies of COVID-19 victims among those dumped in India's Ganges: gov't document See in context

Even in the midst of a pandemic, commentators are quick to try and blame the Indian right wing for anything and everything. Recent electoral losses by the BJP were not on behalf of the left wing but votes went to regional right wing and centrist parties - not left wing. And the the Bengal variant is already causing trouble in the Seychelles (highest two dose vaccination rate in the world) and the UK, and could be possible for upticks in Malaysia, Singapore and Taiwan. Yet left wing and media prefer to find any time possible to blame the right wing for everything. Hence why I refuse to support left wing Muslim causes such as Palestine and Kamala Harris.

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Posted in: Australia sticks by plan not to reopen int'l border until mid-2022 See in context

There aren't going to be any major sporting events until at least the 2022 Winter Olympics.

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Posted in: UK health service under pressure despite pandemic promises See in context

The problem is about to get worse with the new Bengal variant spreading in the UK, especially north-east.

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Posted in: U.S. President Joe Biden is expected to nominate former Chicago Mayor Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel as ambassador to Japan. Which do you think is more important for incoming ambassadors: To be well connected to their country's leader or to have a good knowledge of the country they are going to? See in context

Biden has horrible choice ability. Kamala Harris is not fit for the job and will only cause problems for the left wing, unless she is supposed to be a scapegoat for the incoming Middle East war and consequent migrants crisis.

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Posted in: Israeli strike on Gaza kills 10; unrest spreads to West Bank See in context

Issues surrounding Muslims seems to be increasing dramatically in reason days and you have the situation in India where the left-wing is blaming the right wing for everything with undertones of supporting Muslims. Any news outlet that forces one side of the story like this one just fuels more Islamophobia and plays into the hands of the right wing. I am quite sure that Kamala Harris will become the scapegoat of the Democrats and they will do nothing to help the situation move forward.

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Posted in: Doctors charged in euthanasia case suspected in another death See in context

Though I am generally supportive of allowing assisted death, I would be against it if it were the commenters on this board advocating for it. Euthanasia IS a moral dilemma and there are SO many things that could go wrong with it - often it is better to be safe than sorry.

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Posted in: Scientists race to study variants in India as cases explode See in context

It would help if people stopped engaging in partisan politics and blaming the right wing parties for these problems. Most of the news outlets writing about Modi losing elections in the past couple of months forget that it wasn't left wing parties that picked up the seats, but mostly centrist regional parties (and regional right wing parties) that picked them up. Modi could not have done much better in a country with the scale of India - the variant is causing problem even in Seychells where they have the highest two-does-vaccination rate in the world.

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Posted in: COVID-19 upends Americans' sense of individualism See in context

I think most of America views the pandemic as a short term economic issue. No one wants to give up their culture in the face of war, terror or pandemics. The medium short term is about economic problems, but by the mid-term elections everything will be back to normal.

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Posted in: Do you think the extended state of emergency in parts of Japan will work for or against the Tokyo Olympics? See in context

Nothing related to the coronavirus pandemic should be assessed against whether the Olympics can go on normally. Tokyo Olympics is a drop in the ocean in terms of finances and impact of Japanese society - no one honestly cares about the event in the midst of a pandemic.

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Posted in: What, if anything, do you believe governments around the world aren't telling the public about the coronavirus? See in context

the economic consequences of the pandemic are being downplayed by many economists, especially in order to support Biden emotionally (previously much of the hype was about smearing Trump), especially in regards to the future of the US economy.

many governments did not view masks as being important and held on the regard the washing hands was the best policy

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Posted in: Sydney extends COVID restrictions in search for outbreak source See in context

It was written in a couple of Australian news outlets earlier this week that borders would not reopen until well into 2022.

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Posted in: Nothing can stop Tokyo Olympics from going ahead: IOC's Coates See in context

Does this mean that Xi Jinping will host the global recovery games as the Beijing Winter Olympics in 2022?

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Posted in: Over 3-meter-long pet python on loose after escaping in Yokohama See in context

I wonder what would happen if it made its way onto the railway system?

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Posted in: Wages in Japan see 1st rise in 13 months due to less part-timers See in context

With that philosophy, you may as well let the virus run rampage and save on the pension shortfall.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic head says Bach visit to Japan now unlikely See in context

What would hosting the Olympics actually achieve?

tourists are not going to be sufficient enough to compensate the tourist industry

the majority of athletes will not be able to compete at their best physique due to the lockdown and restrictive situation overseas. Only China has the freedom to provide its athletes the room to train for the Olympics. Many athletes do not want to come to Tokyo either.

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Posted in: What, if anything, do you believe governments around the world aren't telling the public about the coronavirus? See in context

1) I think that many governments lied when they said we didn't need to wear masks.

2) It would be very hard for anyone to confirm that the virus isn't man-made, unless there were simply unfathomable technological requirements that even the Chinese couldn't have developed. Intel agencies simply said that there was no "proof" of lab engineering.

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