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Posted in: Viral thoughts: Why COVID-19 conspiracy theories persist See in context

Funny how conspiracy theories all work out in the end. There are plenty of doctors around the world in the field of viruses and vaccines who are trying to bring the truth out on vaccines but they are blocked on main stream media.

People trust getting a jab of an untested vaccine that shows many bad side effects and it is no conspiracy to say that news outlets who touted the vaccine is safe is now started to report the bad side effects. Guess you can't hide things forever. Remember what happened with the Guardisil vaccine and the damage it caused. Do people know that the Spanish flu started from vaccines given to the military soldiers. I won't be taking any vaccine, ever.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 545 coronavirus cases; Osaka logs 905 See in context

The only reason cases are increasing is because more people getting tested. Deaths in Japan are so low. Stop living in fear.

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Posted in: Restaurants, hotels in Osaka, Hyogo and Miyagi prefectures disappointed at stricter COVID-19 steps See in context

Testing, testing, testing. If you tested the whole population, you would find that most people have already been infected in one way or another and now have a natural immunity. Just because you test a lot does not mean that everyone dies.

Time to stop all this mask wearing and social distancing. The damage to the economy and people's lives is far worse then this virus flu. As for shutting down businesses from 9pm to 8pm is nonsense. I was watching a past video of the so called world expert Doctor Fauci stating that masks do not do anything and said that the only people who should wear masks are people who are sick.

Look at all the people wearing their masks outside and doing physical sports with them on. Everyone living in fear. How long are you going to hide your faces ? Humans have lived for thousands of years withot having to hide behind a mask. By the way, Covid survival rate is more than 97 percent as latest reports show.

Warning- don't hang out under the cherry blossom trees with your friends because you will catch Covid.

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Posted in: Restaurant chain operator sues Tokyo gov't over COVID opening hour restrictions See in context

I know of one company that has 100 people working closely in a large office. Not one person has caught Covid over the whole of last year. The most likely cause of anyone getting infected with Covid or Flu is through touching items like door handles and various other items. Anyway, what happened to the common Flu over the last year ?

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Posted in: Vaccinations for elderly to begin in populous areas in limited supply See in context

Japan's strength is in being behind the rest of the world. Wait and see.

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Posted in: Americans support restricting unvaccinated people from offices, travel: poll See in context

And he causes all, great and small, rich and poor to receive the mark that no one may buy or sell lest they receive the mark. Is that what you really want in the end ? Because this is just the start.

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Posted in: COVID-19 inoculations in Japan off to snail pace start due to vaccine, syringe shortages See in context

GoodlucktoyouMar. 8 05:21 pm JST

Slowly is good. People are starting to die from vaccines.--------------

Not starting to die- they are dying. There are certain doctors worldwide warning of the dangers of the vaccine. If people really want a vaccine, only take a Japanese or Russian one as they would not have nefarious substances in them. I would never take any vaccine. So called Covid is a more severe flu which is now petering out.

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Posted in: Trump hints he may run again in 2024, proposes new voting limits See in context

All those who hate Donald Trump so much don't know what is coming.

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Posted in: One-of-a-kind neck mask strap with names or initials See in context

We need to get away from this mask culture. How long do you want to see everyone with their faces hidden ?

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Posted in: Pelosi says independent commission will examine Capitol riot See in context

In a letter to Democratic colleagues, Pelosi said the House will also put forth supplemental spending to boost security at the Capitol.--------

Don't worry Nancy, 36,000 soldiers are still guarding the capitol and they weren't put there by you.

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Posted in: The $4 trillion economic cost of not vaccinating the entire world See in context

Supporting the new world order. The pandemic will disappear like they all do in the end.

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Posted in: Lower house OKs bills to introduce fines for those who don't comply with anti-virus measures See in context

Commonsense is right. Medical Tyranny is coming. What the hell is epidemiological surveys supposed to

mean ?

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Posted in: Would you support airlines refusing to admit passengers unless they have proof of COVID-19 vaccination or immunity, as a condition for international travel? See in context

How many people that voted yes actually travel overseas or intend to ?

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Posted in: No. of virus patients recuperating at home tops 30,000 See in context

I wonder if there are any statistics on flu cases. Be good for a comparison.

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Posted in: Trump giving up on the job he fought to retain See in context

History is being made at this very moment.

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Posted in: Trump giving up on the job he fought to retain See in context

Trump has not given up.

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Posted in: Trump's rage ignites mob assault on democracy See in context

Yes, " you can look at the images and be your own judge "

Just like the video of the person who shot the woman. The police did not shoot her ! The video is proof and can be found but not on main stream news.

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Posted in: Automakers prep for stronger mileage standards under Biden See in context

It is not clear that Biden will be President as article states.

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Posted in: Japan to urge Biden to focus on Indo-Pacific as well as U.S. issues See in context

Biden isn't the president.

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Posted in: A worried Asia wonders: What will Joe Biden do? See in context

Everyone talking about Biden as though it is a done deal. Wait and see what really happens.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 189 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 944 See in context

ZaphodNov. 8 06:34 pm JST

Cases, cases, cases.... meanwhile nobody is dying of this any more. This is getting so tiring. We do not hear about "cases" of athletes foot every, why continue this?

I was supposed to say this but you beat me to it. It's just a bad flu disguised as " Covid " where are all the flu cases ? Hundreds of people die every year from flu complications but you never hear daily reports. More people die every from all sorts of other causes but it's not called a pandemic.

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Posted in: How walkable is your city? London, Hong Kong put pedestrians first See in context

Japan is very walkable. People walk in the middle of roads. avoid using side walks, walk in front and rear of you while you are parking your car in car parks, walk on red light pedestrian crossings- yes very walkable. And yes, as Howaltosen says, the cyclists are deadly.

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Posted in: Barrett may be open to reversing Roe v. Wade See in context

Go and have a look at aborted babies pictures with their limbs and heads torn off in the process- while they are alive.

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Posted in: Shock, sympathy, mockery: World reacts to Trump virus infection See in context

Just because someone is tested positive for Corona does not mean that they will get ill or die. There must be thousands in Japan who if tested would be positive but who is actually dying from it ? It passes on to one and another and eventually everyone builds up immunity.

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Posted in: Japan considers offering COVID-19 vaccines for free to all residents See in context

No thanks.

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Posted in: Japan keeps mask-wearing cool in summer See in context

Next, Japan keeps mask wearing warm in the winter. This mask culture is getting out of hand.

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Posted in: Heat wave poses challenge to medical system already hit by virus See in context

Three people at a certain call centre where everyone is wearing masks all day complained of tight chest feeling and hard to breath. I checked one of them with an oxy meter which proved they were suffering Hypoxia, blood oxygen level too low. Once in the car and breathing air from the a/con vents the oxygen level came back to normal, from a low of 93 to a high of 98%. Repeated Hypoxia is damaging to other bodily organs. This is what happens when you re breath your exhaled hot breath.

People should not only urge seniors to turn on air conditioning but also check up on whether they have done so, he said.

If they can afford the power bill which many elderly people can't afford. In New Zealand the government gives a good discount off power bills for 3 months in winter time. In japan the worst time would be summer. Can you imagine the government in Japan giving power charges relief especially for the elderly.

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Posted in: Japanese company creates face masks for musicians See in context

This mask thing is getting out of hand. People are starting to look like Baboons.

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