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Posted in: Woman arrested for animal cruelty kept 58 pets in Tokyo home See in context

Mocheake

She has some kind of mental illness for sure and maybe no one around to stop her. I feel bad for her but worse for those poor animals that had to live in such squalid conditions. The smell must have been horrific.

Animal hoarders. Alas, this sort of thing happens everywhere.

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Posted in: Worldwide COVID-19 death toll surpasses 3 million See in context

expat

This will be how history remembers the Donald Trump administration.

Are you claiming that with another president the figure would be much different? On what basis? What exactly should another president have done differently exactly? And can you point to a clear correlation between government policy and Corona death rates in various countries, or are the figures in fact all over the place?

(Not holding my breath for a factual answer, alas...)

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Posted in: After outcry, White House says Biden will lift refugee cap in May See in context

After outcry, White House says Biden will lift refugee cap in May

.... so basically giving control over the border to Mexican cartels. Brilliant policy by President Biden.

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Posted in: Kauai police chief suspended without pay for mocking Asians See in context

Speed

Ha! A white boy living on these islands populated a by a huge Asian population making racist jokes about them.

Buying into the "Asian" thing? Nobody used that phrase before the CCP adopted it in its propaganda campaign. And the Western media play along.

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Posted in: Kauai police chief suspended without pay for mocking Asians See in context

Kauai police chief suspended without pay for mocking Asians

This latest "Asian hate" narrative is so fake. Nobody talked about "Asians", before the CCP went on this propaganda campaign to eradicate any mention of China in connection with the virus. And our media and the new regime in the US are compliant.

Meanwhile, the CCP spews as much hate as they want against Japanese, Vietnamese, Filipinos and anyone else who stands in their way.

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Posted in: 2 top LDP officials say Olympics cancelation, no fans still an option See in context

Brian Wheway

The games must go ahead, they will go ahead without any covid related problems, what every one has missed is that the games are held before 9PM we all know that covid virus only comes out to play after 9pm can some one pass this onto the IOC board please.

You are not up to date. The virus changed its mind again and became active after 8pm now once more. Wish that virus would make up its mind!

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Posted in: 2 top LDP officials say Olympics cancelation, no fans still an option See in context

Would be sign of the Times if the Tokyo events get cancelled because of Corona hype, but the Beijing ones go ahead as planned, accompanied by controlled pro-regime media.

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Posted in: 2 men arrested for sexually assaulting and robbing woman See in context

Derek Grebe

Yaks at play. Nothing will be done

What is up with this obsession about "yaks"? The article is about to violent morons, no mention of any particular association.

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Posted in: Germany, U.S. call on Russia to pull back troops from Ukrainian border See in context

zichi

Putin has placed 80,000 troops and heavy hardware on three borders with the Ukraine. I would say this is a serious intention of Putin to invade Ukraine.

...intention to protect the Dombas region against the Soros supported warmongers in the Ukraine govnt. But thanks for giving us the fake legacy media perspective. In the event, there will be no war, and either way the current clown in charge will not change anything.

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Posted in: 2 men arrested for sexually assaulting and robbing woman See in context

Sven Asai

A prepared and safely placed razor blade in the bra or underwear or covered as necklace and such will do

Are you sure of that? Or have been watching too many Hollywood movies?

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Posted in: Father arrested for abusing one-year-old son See in context

Not again?? I hate these stories.

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Posted in: U.S. envoy Kerry starts climate talks in China See in context

U.S. envoy Kerry starts climate talks in China

Translation: Lets enrich the CCP by outsourcing production to China and buy lots of China produced rare earths. Plus some empty nice-sounding talking points and photo-ops for the media.

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Posted in: J&J vaccine delay over blood clot fears deals blow to global immunization drive See in context

Strangerland

The remnants of Trump's time in office.

Look at the stark downward drop in deaths due to Biden's actions since taking office.

Come on, don´t be so bashful. What "actions" exactly? As far as Corona is concerned, he is simply continuing Trumps vaccine program, i.e. riding on Trumps coat tails.

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Posted in: New Zealand to end livestock exports by sea due to animal welfare concerns See in context

therougou

So they have no problem with them being slaughtered after they reach their destination, but only when they die of an accident in transit?

Well, the NZ government foolishly assumed that China and ME countries have similar rules about humane animal slaughter as NZ does. But at least they recognized the sea transport as the torture that it is.

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Posted in: Japan's neighbors react strongly to Fukushima water release decision See in context

Tritium in the Irish sea:

http://www.epa.ie/pubs/reports/radiation/RPII_Tritium_Seawater_Rep_13.pdf

Plenty of similar papers around. The emission of tritium water from nuclear plants is a well-known situation, and nobody makes big deal about it outside of the politically charged fog of propaganda around Fukushima.

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Posted in: Man robbed of ¥3 mil on Nagoya street See in context

Police said the man works for a store that deals in antiques and used items. He said he received an email from a potential seller who had asked him to come and have a look at some items for sale,

Maybe check where this phone call came from? Just sayin...

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Posted in: Biden plans to withdraw U.S. troops from Afghanistan by Sept 11 See in context

Pukey

Afghanistan has been a complete mess ever since the Soviet-Afghan war,

Yes, Continued errors by multiple administratins, starting with Reagan who gave Stinger missiles to the Jihadis.

all the way up to recently when Russians were paying the Talibans to kill American soldiers 

Gee, you still believe this after it was debunked? I wonder how many more hoaxes you believe. Moonlanding? Covington kids? Russia hoax, "Fine People" hoax, handicapped journalist hoax, drinking bleach hoax?

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Posted in: Biden plans to withdraw U.S. troops from Afghanistan by Sept 11 See in context

Biden plans to withdraw U.S. troops from Afghanistan by Sept 11

If he does, I give him credit, however I do not believe it. Trump wanted to withdraw, but remember the concerted effort from the neocon-neolib establishment against that. And now these people are in control, putting Biden up front as a puppet. The swamp does not want to leave the Afghanistan mess, not now, not in September.

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Posted in: Gov't decides to release water from Fukushima nuclear plant into sea in 2023 See in context

Hideomi Kuze

They call dangerous radioactive contaminated water as "treated water" and insists its "safe".

I understand the water is treated and radioactive contaminants removed. The issue is Tritium, wich can not be removed. But Tritium no only occurs naturally, but is routinely released into the environment by nuclear plants everywhere, without being made a big issue of.

Do you have other information?

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Posted in: New Zealand introduces climate change law for financial firms in world first See in context

2020hindsights

y to get your facts right. CO2 makes up 0.04% of the atmosphere (100 times your figure). That's massive. I know it doesn't sound like a lot, but it's like poison, a tiny amount of cyanide will make a glass of water lethal.

I think the 0.0004% that Wolfpack mentioned refers the CO2 part that is supposed to be man-made. And CO2 is not cyanide, it is part of the natural carbon cycle, which is the basis for life on the planet. You do realize that we could not live in an atmosphere with zero CO2 because there would be no plants, or is that new to you?

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Posted in: New Zealand introduces climate change law for financial firms in world first See in context

2020hindsights

President Xi Jinping pledged last year to make China “carbon neutral” by 2060, and said in December it would boost the share of non-fossil fuels in primary energy consumption to around 25% by 2030 from a previous commitment of 20%.

Lifetime president Xi says a lot of things, how many of them do you believe?

In the real world, China commissioned more coal power plants in 2020 than are in operation in entire Europe. And of course the CCP loves virtue-signally Western governments who actually act on this propaganda.

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Posted in: Ukraine's leader requests phone call with Putin, but gets no answer See in context

GdTokyo

Give him a call, Joe. Start by saying “Hello, how’d you like to purchase a bunch of advanced weapons and maybe join the NATO Alliance?”

Don´t put it above the swamp regime in Washington to do something this. Remember how the whole Maidan scam was set up by warmongering globalists and how deep the profitable links between the Biden clan and the Ukraine are.

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Posted in: Taiwan reports largest incursion yet by Chinese air force See in context

Fighto!

The US should and MUST recognize Taiwan as a fully independent nation with full diplomatic rights. Then, and only then, Japan and other democratic nations will follow suit the day after.

After that, one or two US military bases can be stationed on Taiwan, securing the permanent peace of Taiwan, as has happened in Japan. The Commies simply would not have the guts to mess with Taiwan then.

The ball is in the USAs court.

.....in the USA court that is now run by the pro-Beijing swamp. Dream on, but nothing of what you suggest will happen, quite the opposite.

Will the Biden regime stand up against the CCP once the blockade of Taiwan starts? I bet against it.

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Posted in: Pentagon chief on inaugural tour of Europe to shore up ties See in context

lincolnman

Thank goodness we have rationality and common sense back in our foreign policy...

We do? Warmongering against Russia, renewed meddling in the ME, stopping of troop withdrawals everywhere, while calling the Uigur genocide in China a "cultural difference" is rationality and common sense? OK...

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Posted in: Gov't decides to release water from Fukushima nuclear plant into sea in 2023 See in context

venze

Experts warn centuries of damage to ocean and lives as Japan to decide on dumping Fukushima highly contaminated water.

Firstly, this is NOT highly contaminated water, and secondly, which experts are you referring to?

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Posted in: Taiwan reports largest incursion yet by Chinese air force See in context

SuperLib

OK, Biden. Time to do something about China.

Oh he is. So far he has been doing all that the CCP wants, and don´t hold your breath for that to change.

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Posted in: Hyogo Prefecture to give 320,000 fans to restaurants for customers to cover mouths, dine 'safely' See in context

Antiquesaving

gets it's act together and gets enough people vaccinated so these businesses can reopen safely.

Business can reopen now. Just protect the small group of vulnerable people, recommend some basic safety measures, and otherwise stop making life miserable for the rest of the population!

There is NO correlation between the virus figures and the radicalness of government policy. Look around the world.

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Posted in: Couple arrested over robbery of real estate agent during condo inspection See in context

The 180 cm guy and the 150 cm women in pink, right? Well, that was expected.

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Posted in: Electrical problem strikes Iran's Natanz nuclear facility See in context

P. Smith

You don’t think Fox “News,” Breitbart, or OANN practice “real” journalism?

Not perfect, but all of them are a lot closer to real journalism than the blatant propaganda you get served at CNN, ABC, BBC, NPR, NYT et al. You might want to leave the comfort of your bubble sometimes. Heck, you don´t even need to tell your friends.

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Posted in: Electrical problem strikes Iran's Natanz nuclear facility See in context

expat

...courtesy of the US and Israel, no doubt. #stuxnet

More Israel than the US, which is now on the way to approve of Irans nuke program. But yes, something like Stuxnet comes to mind.

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