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Posted in: WHO chief warns against 'vaccine nationalism' See in context

Why would anyone ever listen to him again? I certainly won't. I didn't even read the article, just the headline was enough for me to skip the rest.

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Posted in: Okinawa governor asks Suga for dialogue on U.S. base transfer See in context

Lapdog Tamaki - that about summarizes the entire situation.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic organizers unveil scaled-back Games plan See in context

No Olympics should be held until there is a viable vaccine available worldwide, and one that has been tested to be both safe and effective as well!

I highly doubt that this can be achieved safely and properly within the time frame we have. It's time to take the red bill and cancel the Olympics and move on.

P.S. Bach and Coates are the epitome of what is wrong with our world leaders. Let them eat money.

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Posted in: Why do you think billionaire Microsoft founder Bill Gates, whose foundation has plowed billions of dollars into making vaccines against diseases like polio, malaria and HIV, is a regular target for fringe groups and anti-vaxxers accusing him of benefiting from vaccination or even using them for harm. See in context

He has said at Davos that "we" (the elites) have to reduce the population to only 1 billion people to be the slaves. All others should be killed with the "vaccine". That's his stand.

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Posted in: Suga holds talks with IOC chief, Koike about Olympics See in context

The propaganda machine will be non-stop but this is a great chance for the people to reject this train wreck and cancel the games.

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Posted in: Trip.com chairman wants Japan-China tourist travel to resume this year See in context

I can't believe the Japanese government would even consider this after what has happened and what is still happening right now. The answer must be unequivocally absolutely NO!

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Posted in: China's fishing suspension near disputed islands in East China Sea ends See in context

Bring is a few squadrons of A10s just in case...

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Posted in: Japanese show support for Hong Kong activist Agnes Chow See in context

CCP sucks. Unfortunately it may take a war to unseat them.

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Posted in: Biden eyes major U.S. foreign policy shifts if he wins See in context

Biden's solutions will entail him enriching his family and friends just exactly like Trump. But Biden will also stick his head up the CCP's butt.

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Posted in: Japan to discuss easing travel ban with China, S Korea, other countries See in context

The people in charge are really crazy...

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Posted in: Tokyo Games spokesman expects Olympics to go ahead despite poll result See in context

Here we go again... Stop the insanity...

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Posted in: Japan to consider easing travel curbs for Tokyo Olympic athletes See in context

The Olympics are done. Let it go already. Who in their right mind would attend them?

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Posted in: Tokyo ranked 3rd most expensive city in world for expats See in context


Not to mention that "cost" does not equate to "quality of living"! For all the good things about Tokyo that people talk about, it is not the most convenient place in the world to live.

Almost all my adult Japanese eikawa students say they love Tokyo because it's the most convenient city in the world. I don't agree but that's part of the mix. I've always lived in Kanagawa.

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Posted in: Xi's visit to Japan to take place after Nov: minister See in context

Why try diplomacy with the most corrupt and deceitful criminals on the planet?

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Posted in: Fireworks explode across Japan to cheer up virus-weary public See in context

Couldn't see anything in Kawasaki but it's a nice gesture and I hope it cheered up the nation.

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Posted in: Man arrested for beating couple in their 80s outside their home See in context

I hope Mr. Saito gets a taste of his own medicine in jail.

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Posted in: WHO head urges global unity to help make Tokyo Olympics safe See in context

I'm shocked that anyone would still seriously listen to the CCP's propaganda agency, The World Health Organization.

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Posted in: Report: Google facing onslaught of antitrust cases in US See in context

Monopolists are never good for the consumers be it Microsoft or Google. Personally, I think all of these online giants should be broken down into smaller companies with markets that reflect the borders and boundaries of true countries. And they should all be taxed by those countries, period.

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Posted in: Abe to consider starting academic year in September See in context

All of the people who are saying "Do It" are definitely not ALTs. How will we survive until September? This is not the time to make a major change in the system because it's convenient for politicians. Screw them.

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Posted in: Teacher suspended for slapping student on head and kicking him for 35 minutes See in context

This is called "Assault" and he should be prosecuted by the local municipality prosecutors and fired by the school. This teacher is not an adult if he acts this way.

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Posted in: Samurai Mac burgers arrive at McDonald’s Japan See in context

The Self Indulgent Faction seems likes a Burger King Whopper or Whopper Jr. with a change of sauce from Mayo to the soy sauce version they describe. I've always liked the Whopper Jr. more than anything on the menu at MacD's.

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Posted in: IOC asks member countries about coronavirus impact See in context

At the new Olympic Stadium in Tokyo...

Knock Knock

Who's there?

(crickets chirping)

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Posted in: IOC chief rebuts growing calls for Olympic postponement See in context

Both Bach and Abe are living on a alternative planet from the one I'm on...

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Posted in: IOC reviewing Games scenarios; cancellation not among them: Bach See in context

Japan is expected to welcome 600,000 overseas spectators and athletes to the event, which has seen sponsors pump in billions of dollars and at least $12 billion spent on preparations.

Are these guys on the same planet as us?

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Posted in: Despite virus, IOC unwavering on Olympics starting in July See in context

Disgusting. Let it go. This is not the time to continue pushing your greedy hands into the till.

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Posted in: Olympic torch relay to start as scheduled on March 26 See in context

It is time for the Abe, the Japanese officials and their IOC cronies (who they bought off) to let go of this Olympic schedule and make sure there is a safe environment for the games. I personally would never go to see any events within the current situation. The only thing these officials are considering is money and profit. Might as well join the CCP right now and unveil your lack of morality for all to see... Disgusting!

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Posted in: Parents' lawsuit accuses Japan of double standard on child 'abductions' See in context

Basically, the Japanese authorities are as corrupt as the CCP in China. This includes the Japanese judiciary, the diet members and the police. They're all complicit in it and they are simply criminals and gangsters just like the people's liberation army.

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Posted in: Gov't says 2 elderly people from cruise ship have died; another 2 officials infected with coronavirus See in context

Disembarked Japanese passengers, however, face no such restrictions, a decision that has sparked concern.

You have to be joking...

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Posted in: Olympic crowd crush expected as Japan Inc rules out work from home See in context

The idiocy of the Abe administration is mind boggling…

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