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Posted in: Leaders of Russia and China tighten their grips, grow closer See in context

Toasted Heretic

I just don't believe that Navalny is the saviour (in Russia's case) that is needed.

Neither do I and in this I can agree with you,but the point is that any kind of opposition in Russia ends up poisoned or killed,or just disappearing in some obscure prison.

And this is just not right,of course China got it’s awful methods as well.

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Posted in: Leaders of Russia and China tighten their grips, grow closer See in context

I’m not American and the U.S. if far from be perfect,but it still remains the greater modern democracy in the world.

And if you start to throw in what happened with Iraq then I could throw in what happened with the Soviets in Afghanistan etc.

With leaders like the Chinese one or the Russian one if you try to protest against them you end up like Navalny in a Gulag.

Doesn’t seem to happen in the States such thing to the opposition.

So yes,as a western European I rather stick with the U.S. despite it’s imperfection than side with criminals like Putin and Xin.

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Posted in: Leaders of Russia and China tighten their grips, grow closer See in context

HereticToday  12:42 pm JST

I do believe that the European Union which is by culture,history and democratic thinking the natural partner and allied of the U.S.A. must form a common military force,and make such union not only the one of the banks but also with a coordinated military command.

The EU is not about military misadventures. Not yet, at any rate.

We want and need peace,but at the same time the democratic world should make a firm stand against these modern dicators.

How? What would standing firm entail?

And what do you want me to reply to a person so politicized and with a sharp tongue?

My statement and thinking remains,and even if you won’t agree with it there is no need to play the preacher here.

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Posted in: Families of N Korea abductees meet Suga ahead of Biden summit See in context

Though I have my sympathies and I can feel the family members of the abducted people this is something that happened over four decades ago,and I think the Biden-Suga meeting should prioritize about the world pandemic and the geo-political threat that China and Russia are posing to the globe.

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Posted in: Japan considers prioritizing Olympic athletes for COVID-19 vaccination See in context

Prioritizing young athlete above your elderly population is extremely hypocrite and cruel.

But truth is that the LDP cares only about the image that they give to the world and the money.

Little they care about their local population and the people living and paying their income with the taxes.

What a pity.

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Posted in: Leaders of Russia and China tighten their grips, grow closer See in context

These two are frankly disturbing and they are preoccupying the world.

Putin and Xin Jingpin are just the point of the iceberg,other dictators and undemocratic forces are gathering around them like Erdogan and his regime.

Politically we are already all united against them but I also believe that we can't leave the U.S. military carry this heavy load of protecting the western civilization.

I do believe that the European Union which is by culture,history and democratic thinking the natural partner and allied of the U.S.A. must form a common military force,and make such union not only the one of the banks but also with a coordinated military command.

Of course other major countries like the U.K. and even Japan should join such coalition.

We want and need peace,but at the same time the democratic world should make a firm stand against these modern dicators.

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Posted in: S Korea reports 668 new coronavirus cases; highest daily count in 3 months See in context

GoodlucktoyouToday  12:36 pm JST

New variant spreading ?

YES. SK is a radical Christianity country and those cults celebrated Easter. What can possibly go wrong when people cram together and shout and sing?

Your comment is disrespectful for every Christian in Korea and in the world,you are free to believe or not what you want but this doesn't put you in a position to bash a religion which has millions of believers in the globe.

And to remain in topic I would say that Korea like every country in this planet is facing another wave of this Covid,the only thing that can be done is to vaccinate as many people as possible and try not to gather people en masse.

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Posted in: China cautions Japan ahead of U.S.-Japan summit See in context

China truly inherited the sneaky and threating rhetorical politic from the old Soviet Union.

As a child from the 80es raised in western Europe I remember them having such kind of tactics against us.

In 1991 we all celebrated the fall or an inhuman regime and now sadly the new generations have to live a similar kind of situation just on a different region of the world.

In this Japan not only have the strong military and political support of the U.S. but it's backed by all the western European countries like France,the U.K. and many others.

Only together we can put a stop to such psycological,mental and physical violence that is perpetuated by communist China.

Chinese people are not the enemy and in the end they are the first victims of a strong propaganda that brain washed them,but their government which is not only putting huge instability to the world but also giving to the many honest Chinese people a bad reputation.

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

So these are the numbers of today’s propaganda.

Who still believe in such fabricated numbers made by low tests?

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic organizers hit by test event cancelations for some pool sports See in context

HimariYamadaToday  06:14 pm JST

"Hey Japan, do you know what will solve this problem? Vaccine! You know they exist, right?2

Hey JT poster, do you know, what will solve this problem?. The EU and America to honor its contract. You know, the EU Played politics with the vaccine. Right???

It’t not the European Union fault if they prioritize first on their citizen.

Maybe your government instead of having endless panels and promote non sense GoTo spread and care only for these unwanted Olympics used all it’s resources to come up with a domestic vaccine you wouldn’t be in such a situation.

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Posted in: Assemblyman in Mie reveals same-sex couple's address online See in context

And where is the news here?

In a country ranked 120th in gender equality,where people like Mori's thinking are widespread and where human and animal rights are low compared to all the G7 countries and western world what to expect?

Parity and dignity for people of same sex?

Japan won't and will never change.

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Posted in: N Korea says it won't take part in Tokyo Olympics due to COVID-19 concerns See in context

Right,let us rid of all these nations and let Japan win all the golden medals in the name of victory of blindness nationalism over the common sense of fighting a world pandemic.

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Posted in: N Korea says it won't take part in Tokyo Olympics due to COVID-19 concerns See in context

Usually I am against everything that comes from the North Korean dictatorship,but exceptionally in this case and for the first and probably only time in my life I agree with their decision.

Japan’s propaganda and denying the number is closer to China and such regimes than full developed free democracies.

Besides North Korea,I hope other countries will boycott the upcoming former Olympics now Japan’s glorified sports day.

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Posted in: Suga willing to establish 'children's agency' See in context

Does this come from the same guy that said that we are going to hold the Olympics as a victory of humanity over the virus?

The words of this weak aged ultra conservative leader means nothing because we know that he won’t deliver his promises.

True democracy,how wish such a thing for Japan.

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Posted in: Gov't fears COVID-19 variants are behind possible 4th wave See in context

Japan is paying the price of his hypocrisy and the denying of the virus like it’s something foreign that doesn’t effect them.

A weak government plus the irresponsibility of it’s native people that can’t think outside the box and keep living in the same way as pre covid put Japan in a very dangerous and infectious spot.

Scandals,corruptions from the people that suppose to protect it’s citizens and brainless media makes are the recipe for a perfect disaster.

The world doesn’t look at Japan as a role model but countries like The U.K. and Israel.

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Posted in: LDP executive says extra budget may be needed to combat COVID-19 pain See in context

So this mean that the almighty LDP will ask more money from us which are already getting poorer,but it’s okay.

They can keep doing their party because they are special.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 249 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 1,563 See in context

Are these the numbers that the propaganda feed to it’s people today?

I wonder who believe in these planned statistic,and how come that in the Japanese media they avoid to speak of Eek? The new variant found in Tokyo which is 70% resistant to the vaccines?

Amazingly I found such news in the western newspapers.

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Posted in: Coronavirus cases rising in 42 of Japan's 47 prefectures See in context

The numbers are all twisted only because of saving face for the upcoming unwanted Olympics.

I do believe that the number of cases are way higher than the ones that the propaganda gave us.

But also the irresponsibility of many people is stunning.

Like the Covid is something that is not affecting their society but some remote gaijin land countries.

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Posted in: Nurseries, kindergartens mull how to teach issues of gender identity See in context

Furthermore instead of focusing on kindergardens where at such young age many children fail to comprehend such topic how about start from Elementary Schools.

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Posted in: Nurseries, kindergartens mull how to teach issues of gender identity See in context

No worries,lot’s of talk about this subject,they might even hold a panel or two of “experts” and everything will remain exactly the same.

Nothing will even change,outdated thinking,misogyny and stubbornness in the name of uniqueness will always prevail in that country.

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

"People were just beginning to feel optimistic" following the cherry blossom season and the start of the Olympic torch relay, he said, adding they would "definitely be less motivated" to travel now.

People like him are the perfect example of the total irresponsibility of this country.

A lot of people like him self convinced that just forgetting the virus and go out watching cherry blossom can save him from the pandemy.

But this is the LDP fault as well that gave the indoctrination to it’s people that Covid is a foreign disease and that Japanese are genetically less prone to contract the infection.

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Posted in: Bank of Japan survey shows more optimism over economic recovery See in context

Are these the news that the minister of propaganda is feeding to their people?

Honestly I don’t believe anything coming from these LDP bureaucrats.

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Posted in: Japanese karate champion testifies she was bullied by official See in context

This is the rigid culture they have in sports,even at normal sportsday such thing happened when kids got beated by their teachers for not performing as expected.

I truly hope such cruel and archaic thinking will be over soon,but in order to do so they need to teach humanity in sports to the children of this country and put severe laws.

But knowing that Japan tends to change things very slowly I doubt that we will have such results within the next decade or more.

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Posted in: Osaka governor requests stronger anti-virus steps amid resurgence See in context

Is this how Mr.Suga and his party planned?

Is this the victory of humanity against the virus?

Doesn’t look to me that things are nearly to be over in Japan and in the rest of the world.

This pandemic sadly showed something that we already knew but always wanted to ignore.

That these politicians and the corporations at the helm care nothing about it’s people but are only starving for glory and money.

Japan have a very hypocrite and insensitive leading class and these face talking from their government sounds like a move to keep the chair.

So all these endless panels and meetings lead to this?

My friend back in west Europe got concerned about Japan and the lack of transparency and the difficulty to even make a proper test.

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

It is truly remarkable to read often the little care these politicians and institution have for their own people,but the real ones to blame are the people that keep voting to the LDP and this political class.

Japanese people in the end get what they deserve,nothing will ever change there.

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Posted in: Osaka set to request stronger anti-virus measures as cases rise See in context

HimariYamadaToday  04:35 pm JST

Before I was optimistic for August-September...but my new Estimate is December 2021.

Thanks to the EU.

Seriously?

You put the blame on the EU for the ineptitude of YOUR government??

Maybe if your almighty government was using it’s founds for developing a vaccine for it’s people rather to protect the corporations with the GoTo and useless masks you would not depend from foreign vaccine.

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Posted in: People in Tokyo enjoy cherry blossoms despite virus warning See in context

So much for the narrative that Japanese are responsible etc.

For me this is everything but not responsible.

I don’t know if these people think that because of their genes they are immune of the Covid but it’s frankly preoccupying.

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Posted in: Kelly's trial increasingly focusing on Nissan-Renault rift See in context

I think most of us here knew that the witch hunt was merely to protect Nissan to merge with a foreign company.

The “Tatemae” thing won’t work among the international community and press.

Japan in many aspects didn’t change it’s mentality from the Edo era even if we’re in 2021.

It is not a good country to make investments as a foreigner,or even accept high positions of responsibilities.

Because as a foreigner if you do your job too good you will end up like these people from the article.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 376 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 2,026 See in context

Why do they even keeping posting such numbers it we all known that the low numbers are fabricated due to minimal tests.

Japanese media are guilty as well to be accondiscendente and never question their government.

At least they save the “Tatemae”

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Posted in: Suga to invite Biden to Tokyo Olympics See in context

Of course Suga wants Biden in.

In order to make this magnified Japan sports day to be legit.

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