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Watch out for terrorists

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A poster in a Toei subway station in Tokyo asks commuters to be on the lookout for suspicious activities or persons.

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Japan is so insignificant on the international stage that terrorists don't even bother with this country, except for home-grown terrorists.

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This is so random...

Japan is so insignificant on the international stage that terrorists don't even bother with this country, except for home-grown terrorists.

exactly.

8 ( +10 / -2 )

Ratcheting up support for the emerging military-industrial-security complex. Nice.

11 ( +11 / -0 )

It’s posters like this that keep all those terrorists at bay.

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What does a terrorist look like?

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KaryuudoToday  10:02 am JST

What does a terrorist look like?

If this poster is anything to go by, we ought to be suspicious of kabuki actors.

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lookout for suspicious activities or persons.

Then I have to report every day a person. LOL

I see many strange and...probably so called "suspicious" activities or persons every time I go and return to work.

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I have it on good authority that the domestic terrorist currently banned from twitter will be moving to Florida in a couple of days.

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Ridiculous. As if you can identify a terrorist by looks, or "suspicious actions"... Just keeping the level of fear high, and the citizenry in line...

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There is a poster down at the beach in Enoshima that tells you how to behave. All of the bad things, including light tattoos are using black skinned people. At least they used a Shunga Edo era character for this.

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I'm rather afraid to be mistaken for a terrorist. Hope it wouldn't be a case. :‑(

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That’s exactly how to do it, right long before the development even starts. In the country I was born there were / aren’t such posters and now it is filled up with all kinds of terrorists and other immigrated criminals.

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