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Posted in: Japan suspends German pork imports after African swine fever case See in context

Schwein !!

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Posted in: Japan's exports extend double-digit decline See in context

Does Japan want to increase exports?

IMMEDIATELY switch to making medical equipment and PPE. The world wants & high quality "Made In Japan" equipment. The world doesn't trust cheap imitations from a certain communist country.

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Posted in: TikTok rejects Microsoft buyout offer; Oracle sole remaining bidder See in context

And many TikTok users will also vote in November.

And that is why we are witnessing the typical china-nese delaying tactics......delaying until the elections.

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Posted in: Wheelchair tennis champ See in context

Well done, sir! You've done Japan proud!

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Posted in: 67-year-old man arrested over murder of Kumamoto University researcher See in context

Devils need no motive. Woe unto you if you give them one.

No, something doesn't add up about this.

-Exactly what kind of AIDS research was she doing? What did she discover? Something that cost her her life?

-Was the old man receiving some sort of payment for killing her? If so, from whom?

-Did she recently have a conflict with someone at her workplace?

-Why exactly does a janitor in his 60s and a highly educated scientist in her 30s have each other's cellphone numbers?

Something's not right about this case....

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Posted in: Minister warns foreign journalists about providing 'slanted view' of Australian affairs See in context

About time Australia started doing something about "the enemy within". Good work!

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Posted in: 67-year-old man arrested over murder of Kumamoto University researcher See in context

What was the motive?

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Posted in: Mother and son in Japan arrested for running counterfeit Pokemon operation See in context

the son explaining his motivation as “I did it to make money” and the mother with “I did I because I wanted my son to make money.

I really find Japanese criminals amusing. They are so comically direct in admitting their crimes and for giving clear, precise reasons for doing so. LOL!

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Posted in: Abe plan for land-attack counterpunch could mark major military shift for Japan See in context

You don't have to be too smart to join the CCP. Most working people want no part of it. If you have money or a large business you are in.

Yup. Alibaba's Jack Ma , Tencent founder Pony Ma and Baidu founder Robin Li are all CCP members:

https://japantoday.com/category/tech/insight-tiktok-troubles-narrow-gap-between-beijing-and-bytedance-founder-zhang-yiming

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Posted in: TikTok owner ByteDance to invest billions in Singapore over three years See in context

America: GOOD riddance, Tik Tok.

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Posted in: Mother and son in Japan arrested for running counterfeit Pokemon operation See in context

Go after their china suppliers too. Confiscate their bank account.

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Posted in: Abe says Japan must strengthen ballistic missile defense See in context

The comments here just show how threatened people are when someone stands up to a big bully. If the Philipines had ballistic missiles, china would have thought twice before building their fake islands in their waters.

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Posted in: Abe says Japan must strengthen ballistic missile defense See in context

   Yes, would China attack Japan if there are no US bases here?

china will attack anyone because they are plain greedy. There are no missiles in Tibet, Ladak or Hong Kong either. That didn't stop the china-nese from invading them.

However, if he does launch a missive at China, Japan will be flattened before his tea gets cold.

China actually has more to lose. And it WILL lose.

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Posted in: TikTok owner ByteDance to invest billions in Singapore over three years See in context

PayPal, Siemens, Twitter and Zoom had said that they were investing in Singapore this year, Kumar added

Because Singapore is a tax-haven?

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Posted in: TikTok owner ByteDance to invest billions in Singapore over three years See in context

..and recruit hundreds of employees in Singapore..

No doubt they will employ the hundreds or thousands of china people already in Singapore as permanent residents or have gained citizenship or have filled up the Singapore universities....not the actual Singapore people.

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Posted in: KLab to develop Kumamon online game with Chinese firm See in context

You can bet the china side will steal Japanese source code.

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Posted in: Mitsui OSK to spend $9.4 mil on Mauritius clean-up after fuel spill See in context

So the drunkard Indian captain and his irresponsible crew are not being punished?

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Posted in: Russian hackers targeting U.S. political campaigns, Microsoft says See in context

Microsoft is very interested in the chinese market, is it?

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Posted in: China expects Japan's next PM to be conciliatory amid U.S. tensions See in context

China expects Japan's next PM to be conciliatory

And the World EXPECTS china to stop being a bully.

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Posted in: TikTok troubles narrow gap between Beijing and ByteDance founder Zhang Yiming See in context

TikTok has said it would not comply with any request to share user data with the Chinese authorities

Yeah, right.

Guy Who Reverse-Engineered TikTok Reveals The Scary Things He Learned, Advises People To Stay Away From It:

https://www.boredpanda.com/tik-tok-reverse-engineered-data-information-collecting/?utm_source=qwant&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=organic

TikTok Reverse Engineered: What Was Discovered Will Make You Delete It ASAP

https://hothardware.com/news/tiktok-reverse-engineered-beware-privacy

Quote:

*Some variants of the app had GPS pinging enabled at the time, roughly once every 30 seconds - this is enabled by default if you ever location-tag a post IIRC*

*They set up a local proxy server on your device for "transcoding media", but that can be abused very easily as it has zero authentication**

Still think the ccp communist DICTATORSHIP isn't monitoring the millions of young American "influencers" for political manipulation and to monitor government employees as well as how much money you have in your bank ?

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Posted in: Japan tells U.S. of plan to build ships solely for missile defense See in context

voiceofokinawaToday 10:50 am JST

Desert Tortoise,

Back to the Aegis Ashore issue, do you think the two systems Japan is considering installing either on land or at sea can cope with a dozen multiple missiles incoming simultaneously?

One must not reveal too much on a public forum.

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Posted in: 7 shot dead at California illegal marijuana growing site See in context

So 7 people doing illegal things are shot dead. That's a win in my book.

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Posted in: Japan tells U.S. of plan to build ships solely for missile defense See in context

Swarming robots. No, I'm serious and the tech is maturing rapidly. Swarming robots could do huge damage to their nets and maybe poke holes in their boats

Good point about the robots. What worries me though is the range.

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Posted in: Japan tells U.S. of plan to build ships solely for missile defense See in context

I didn't mention F-35 because of the limited ordnance, esp since you need to take out DOZENS of those ships.

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Posted in: India becomes pandemic's 2nd worst-hit country after U.S. See in context

And yet India still buys china products and china sports/media sponsorships of Indians.......instead of blaming the china-nese for causing so much death and misery by lying & hiding details about the Wuhan virus.

Yes, Indians have taken some efforts to ban chinese products but not enough.

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Posted in: Japan tells U.S. of plan to build ships solely for missile defense See in context

Desert Tortoise,

It's obvious you know your stuff. Hat's off to you, sir.

Allow me to pick your brain. What do you think would be an effective weapon against hundreds of "fishing trawlers" that a certain communist dictatorship uses to swarm into other people's waters?

Assuming that these "fishing boats" also carry radar as well as lasers ( as some reports seem to indicate). Also assume that these boats also have military escort ships painted white to disguise themselves (pathetically) as "civilian coast guards". They might also have a submarine backing them up.

What, in your opinion would be an effective way to take them out? I'm thinking cluster bombs by the dozens to immobilize the fishing trawlers. Maybe dropped from a couple of Harriers from a makeshift pad on Senkaku. If each AV-8B can carry about 16 to 18 cluster bombs, they might be able to take out several dozens of the intruders, fly back to Senkaku and re-arm. No need for drop tanks because of the short range from base to targets. I know the JASDF doesn't have Harriers but what if--hypothetically-- they lease them from the USMC?

What do you think? Just a mind-exercise. I like to think about such things during long train rides :)

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Posted in: Women may mount stronger Covid-19 immune response See in context

If the Wuhan virus was actually genetically engineered ( there was a virus lab just opposite and a few hundred meters from that disgusting Wuhan wet market), then it's no coincidence that this virus was targeted at males since most armies are male dominated.

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Posted in: Roppongi reminder See in context

It's just your chounaikai, crusty jiji group trying to browbeat residents into compliance with a vaguely worded declaration that tricks people into thinking it's actual law

I wonder why people are against a group of people just trying to get others to keep their streets clean.

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Posted in: Japan tells U.S. of plan to build ships solely for missile defense See in context

Whatever plan the JSDF & Japanese companies come up with, the FIRST thing they should do is to beef up their CyberSecurity.

There's no point in building these ships if the enemy's cyber thieves steal all the plans and come up with counter-tactics.

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Posted in: Rwandan single mothers turn to online babysitting of Japanese kids See in context

..Japan via the videoconferencing app Zoom...

Can't they use any other app other than something that allows the CCP to monitor you & in this case, monitor your children?

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