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Posted in: Japan says it will aim for 46% emissions cut by 2030 See in context

What about china?

Cut carbon emissions and blast carbon emissions in different countries with no scrubbers. Increasing pm2.5 and cancer.

Japan is not the problem, no is America. It's china and all the globalist companies that go to produce their products with countries that have low regulation and pollute the earth while they virtue signal about race all day.

Corporate greed = earth day

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Posted in: Suga declares state of emergency in Tokyo, Osaka region See in context

Restaurants and bars should ignore these requests. If people want to take a risk and enjoy life, let them. If you want to hide in your house because youre afraid of getting sick, do as you please.

The japanese people are sick of the media and government fer mongering setting the precedent that they decide when and how you are allowed to enjoy life.

Give me freedom or give me death. Literally.

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Posted in: Japan prepares for COVID state of emergency in Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, Hyogo See in context

Jaspc, doctors only wore them when they were doing surgery. That's why they are call surgical mask. They have not been wearing them all day everyday. Have you ever been to a hospital pre covid?

I wasn't saying listen to your body instead of seeing a doctor. Your making no sense. For example, maybe you take up smoking in the 1940s and the doctor recommended you a certain brand, but if you listened to your body (it's a figure of speech) you would realize that they are not good for you. Or your working out and your knees start to hurt, maybe you should stop working your knee. It does not mean you physically put your ear against your knee to understand to stop working out.

It's common english expression. Listen to your body.

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Posted in: Japan prepares for COVID state of emergency in Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, Hyogo See in context

That's not even a good analogy

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Posted in: Japan prepares for COVID state of emergency in Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, Hyogo See in context

Government has broken the social contract. They are becoming tyrannical and setting the president to who gets to operate a business and who goes bankrupt and not.

They have over reached their role in our lives. Japan being not as bad as other countries but this is a world issue. The virus is not the problem, the problem is the media and the governments and all you folks hooraying in big tyrannical government hiding behind their "experts" and "doctors". I know doctor that absolutely disagree with what the government is doing.

Freedom is more important than your fear of living.

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Posted in: Japan prepares for COVID state of emergency in Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, Hyogo See in context

I don't need a study to know masking is unhealthy. All you have to do is listen to your body after wearing a mask all day, rather than the fear pushing media. It isn't healthy.

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Posted in: Japan prepares for COVID state of emergency in Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, Hyogo See in context

P smith

Mask don't work and prolong usage is bad for your health.

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Posted in: Japan prepares for COVID state of emergency in Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, Hyogo See in context

People must resist this medical tyranny. It not the governments job to decide when and when not people are allowed to have a life.

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Posted in: Suga to declare state of emergency in Osaka; no decision on Tokyo See in context

If you check the data you can see that the peak was last week and the numbers have been flat and starting to reduce. Such good timing to make it look like magical government saved everyone. I bet they feel like rock stars. They are so disconnected from the average Japanese person who is sick of these SOE. I hope this political bet is a loss for the Mayor. But it won't really matter because people usually vote for who their companies push on them.

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Posted in: Suga to declare state of emergency in Osaka; no decision on Tokyo See in context

This is just political. There's an election coming up soon. The numbers would have gone down anyway once the weather warms up and the rainy season begins.

Now the mayor of osaka can campaign and say how he worked so hard to get the SOE. I guess his team think this is what his voter base wants, which is mostly old people addicted to the television.

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Posted in: Osaka request for emergency will include store closures, online school classes See in context

This is just a ploy for re-election. The numbers will go down anyway after the spring fluctuation of temperature goes away. They can say the mayor did something and contained the virus when it really is just nature.

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Posted in: Tokyo, Osaka consider asking gov't to issue another state of emergency See in context

The numbers will go down by the end of April when the weather gets warmer. The frequency of the temperature changes in the beginning of spring is causing people and has always cause people to get the flu. No state of emergency should be called but they know that if they call it before the numbers go down naturally they can say how great of a job they did. As if people want to hide in their houses and bankrupt more small businesses. These politicians are detached from reality. They watch too much TV and consume too much media fear propaganda.

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Posted in: Japan to procure enough COVID vaccines for all eligible by end of September See in context

I won't be participating in the experimental shot. I'll wait to see what happens to peoples health after the next 5 years. Good luck!

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 759 coronavirus cases; 1,161 in Osaka See in context

No bokuda. You must have bad info. To even get considered to stay in a hospital you must be subject to a pcr test. I was sick with some bacterial infection last year, almost died, but I had to do pcr test before getting a bed. That hospital was practically empty.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 759 coronavirus cases; 1,161 in Osaka See in context

Your right Monty. And I think the only people that don't get it is the media because Japanese people definitely get it. People are out and about enjoying their lives. It's only the media that is in the land of make believe and their very few followers.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 591 coronavirus cases; record-high 1,130 for Osaka See in context

When you recover from a cold and you take care of your body and keep healthy your body learns immunity. I'm not talking about picking rabid dogs. That's not even a good comparison Rex.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 591 coronavirus cases; record-high 1,130 for Osaka See in context

Positives go up, deaths stay flat. Yet people are still wearing mask even though sharing viruses with others is what builds a strong immune system. Immunology 101

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Posted in: Koike pledges utmost anti-virus steps to deliver 'wonderful' Tokyo Olympics See in context

Nobody wanted it,

no one asked for it.

Japan won't even let people from around the world participate in the audience.

What can possibly be wonderful about it?

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Posted in: Olympic torchbearers run through empty Osaka park as virus surge tops 1,000 See in context

Numbers up but deaths are flat.

The media is overhyping as usual for the public that is too lazy to actually research the statistics.

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Posted in: 60% dissatisfied with Japan's COVID vaccine rollout; 44% approval rating for Suga cabinet: poll See in context

So 40 percent of old people in Japan are smart enough to not put that junk in their body. That's goodness.

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

It's because the test has been debunked by the creator of the pcr test before this "pandemic ever began.

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Posted in: Osaka declares COVID medical emergency with 878 new cases See in context

A few people get sick so they raise the level to a red alert. What color would be left if a real pandemic happened. Cukoo!

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Posted in: Osaka declares COVID medical emergency with 878 new cases See in context

This is ridiculous. People catch colds this season is every year. The changing temperature from cold to hot back to cold puts stress on the body. It's like I woke up in irrationalville.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 399 coronavirus cases; record-high 719 in Osaka See in context

Why is people getting sick news. It's a pretty lame story. Now if 399 people were dying directly from a virus everyday in tokyo that would be a story for concern.

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Posted in: Saitama officially forbids walking up and down escalators See in context

Maybe everyone should just STAY HOME. the world is to dangerous!!!!

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 364 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 2,079 See in context

You changed your numbers resident! I would say about 380 as well.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 364 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 2,079 See in context

Love to make a bet with your resident. I say about the same numbers as this week.

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Posted in: ANA conducts COVID digital health passport trial at Tokyo airport See in context

This "no one" is forcing you argument that the left keeps using is getting old.

No one's forcing me to wear a mask but if you want to feed your family and keep a roof over your head you have to.

No one's forcing you to take an experimental drug to see your family, but if you ever want your children to meet their grandparents again you have to make them take the shot.

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Posted in: 23 health ministry employees party until midnight despite virus restrictions See in context

Because they know it's all bull.

People of Japan are being played hard, along with the rest of the world by the Economic Forum.

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Posted in: ANA conducts COVID digital health passport trial at Tokyo airport See in context

I already have a passport. I have a right to travel. Forcing me and my family to put experimental drugs in us just to visit our family members is inhumane and wrong. People supporting this are on the wrong side of history.

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