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Posted in: Trickle of residents return to Fukushima's last deserted town See in context

Suicide mission.

Though I understand they cannot wait 10,000 years…

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Posted in: Russia says it will take nothing less than NATO expansion ban See in context

It was the US invading countries for the last 70 years. Correct me if I am wrong...

The wolf cries Peter. LOL

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Posted in: Foreign visitors to Japan in 2021 fell to record low 245,900 See in context

Covid gets the last laugh...

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Posted in: British PM Johnson apologizes for attending party during lockdown See in context

We don't even realize how sad it is that these type of things are making the news these days....

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Posted in: Fact-checkers urge YouTube to fight disinformation See in context

And just who are these fact checkers?

Self appointed political correctness lecturers?

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Posted in: Australian and Serbian leaders discuss Djokovic's visa See in context

So all I need to be is a tennis player to beat the system?


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Posted in: Coming-of-Age Day See in context

Great way to spend more money on the kid if you got through 20 years of spending...

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Posted in: Japan extends entry ban on non-resident foreigners until end of February: Kishida See in context

This whole Omicron hysteria is a good opportunity for Kishida to bathe in popularity with strong anti-foreigner-ness.

Great timing for selecting a new leader from the same party...

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Posted in: Japan will not seek immigration law amendment before summer election See in context

Open the boarders first of all!

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Posted in: Number of pachinko parlors in Japan decreasing rapidly; down 12% in two years See in context

So one thousand places less to leave the kid in the parking car on hot summer day?

Great news folks!

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Posted in: Japan to grant China, Saudi teams entry for World Cup qualifiers See in context

Spouses of Japanese 0 Saudi team 12

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Posted in: Regional banks to monitor ship-to-ship cash transfers to combat money laundering See in context

The more money the government borrows from us the more taxes they want to gather from us to pay it back the loans they took from us.

This is the name of the game in simple terms.

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Posted in: Sapporo could lock up 2030 Winter Olympics in 2022 See in context

Who is going to pay for it?


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Posted in: Kishida vows focus on COVID-19 response, new capitalism See in context

Don’t raise my salary just give me back the money I earn!

You take one month of my salary for municipal taxes paying a bunch of bureaucrats to do pin pushing…

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Posted in: Food shortages feared in UK as new Brexit rules kick in See in context

You have looked to American Samoa for trade deals leaving Europe.

Well you sure made a good deal with your arrogance.

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Posted in: Kishida pins hopes on wage hikes to accelerate wealth redistribution See in context

Ah… now that is a brilliant plan.

Hats off in front of the genius!

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Posted in: Tech 2022 trends: Meatless meat, Web 3.0, Big Tech battles See in context

2022 shouldn’t be about facebook or Web3 or hamburgers…

We need a Covid break through, so it should be about getting back our lives.

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Posted in: Japan chooses to go to the moon See in context

Who is going to pay for this latest popularity stunt for Kishida?

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Posted in: Election year puts Kishida's ability to deliver in focus See in context

The guy from Hiroshima who has been finally throned to the LDP kingdom has only one challenge.

How to lie through the next couple of years until they find his replacement.

As sad as it is….

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Posted in: Prosecutors decide not to indict Abe over dinner spending scandal See in context

Now why would they indict themselves?


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Posted in: Manga film 'Jujutsu Kaisen' rakes in 2nd-most over 3 days in Japan See in context

A sad indicator of the demise of a once great culture...

Cartoon figures killing each other being the most popular for an ever aging population.

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Posted in: COVID-19 variant disrupts holiday travel but not shopping in U.S. See in context

Even after two years airlines such as KLM, Alitalia and LOT still owe me money for their cancellations.

it would be a welcome story how we are getting back our money from them.

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Posted in: Kishida must turn to Abenomics to satisfy financial markets: Abe See in context

Re-electing this party for more than 70 years only reflects on the country not its politicians…

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Posted in: Japan's local idol groups return to stage amid new COVID-19 rules See in context

To make money?

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Posted in: Japan decides not to send gov't delegation to Beijing Olympics See in context

Thank you for not wasting my tax money.

Why should have these people travelled on it?

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Posted in: Japan tells U.S. military to enforce virus rules after Okinawa base cluster See in context

When in rome act like the romans do.

Put your bloody mask on.

What don’t you comprehend?

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Posted in: Tokyo 2020 trims cost estimate for Olympics See in context

Robbery of taxpayers by daylight just to fan the flames of nationalism after each and every Japanese athlete’s success…

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Posted in: Japan entry controls to stay until more known about Omicron See in context

Kishida should turn on the news.

People are not dying.

Besides Japanese do spread the virus just like anyone.

Let in anyone if they are willing to go to isolation for a week.

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Posted in: Musashino city in Tokyo rejects proposal for foreigners to vote in referendums See in context

Was I surprised?

i have been paying here taxes over many decades much higher than the average Japanese.

japan didn’t even have to pay for my education through 20 plus years.

I just have the same obligations as any other Japanese but zero rights.

Xenophobia is the name of the game but then why do business with overseas why make Olympics if only Japanese are clever enough to vote for better services?

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Posted in: Supply shortages and emboldened workers: A changed economy See in context

Why we are never reporting on that politicians are getting rich on Covid?

There is the EU guy who was appointed to negotiate vaccine deals and received millions from the drug companies.

She is not even in prison!

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