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Posted in: In Iran standoff, Biden says U.S. won't unilaterally lift sanctions See in context

After all is said and done Biden's position will mirror Trump's, as Iran is the made-up enemy of the United States. Trump set policy in a very loud and clear way, Biden will keep the same policy in a very quiet and subtle way.

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Posted in: Biden pushes to get food, cash to crisis-hit Americans See in context

"The American people can't afford to wait,"

Yet they will wait and wait and wait, thanks to our wonderful, horrible Nancy Pelosi. Trump is gone, but that dead weight Pelosi with all her rhetoric still stinks up and stalls progress.

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Posted in: Man arrested for buying cup meant for ¥100 coffee but pouring ¥200 latte into it See in context

Who the hell cares. Give him a break, why degrade him to the point of no return. No wonder suicide is so high in this country.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,175 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 5,045 See in context

Still the tests are pretty low for a nation which is double the size of the UK and half or Russia

give me a break, they don’t test here like they do in other countries. This has been established long ago.

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Posted in: Cabinet OKs bills to penalize people who do not comply with antivirus measures See in context

and who will enforce this?

I will.

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Posted in: Biden arrives for inauguration with big plans, big problems See in context

Yes the No1 problem is that what he made with China. Now China is suffering a lot because of Trump trade tariff.

You have no idea what you are talking about. For your information, the Democrats and Republicans both are aligned on the unfair trade practices China has used to sell their cheap and poor quality goods to the world. Trump stood up to them and the Democrats silently agreed. Biden's policy regarding trade with China will not be that far off from Trump's.

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Posted in: McConnell says Trump provoked Capitol siege; mob 'fed lies' See in context

I honestly did not think McConnell had it in him to finally do the right thing. Or is he BLM and antifa as well?

He is a politician being political.

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Posted in: Twitter chief says Trump ban admits 'dangerous' precedent See in context

Just look at that dude! He was probably the mastermind behind the Trump presidency 4 years ago. Tech is great, devils controlling tech, now thats another story.

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Posted in: Google suspends Parler social networking app from Play Store; Apple gives 24-hour warning See in context

There's a difference between free speech and the spreading of dangerous false facts/news.

Do tell us the difference from your point of view.

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Posted in: Virus emergency prompts cuts in domestic flights, bullet trains See in context

Life goes on. Get those vaccines rolling! I am waiting for my jab in the arm Mr. Suga.

Why does everybody seem to think a vaccine is the solution? That is months away and life does go on, that is why it is important to wear a mask and wash your hands.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 2,268 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 7,790 See in context

I ate lunch at 1:37 today with Japanese salarymen friends. 

they are not stressed at all about this

They are a part of the problem.

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Posted in: All people entering Japan must submit negative results to COVID-19 test See in context

All people is wrong, Japanese can still come in. Where are they supposed to go otherwise?

If Japanese nationals become sick outside if Japan they will not be allowed entry into their home country until they test negative for the virus. They must quarantine in the country they are residing in until all clear.

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Posted in: Late-night hosts react with shock, anger to Capitol attack See in context

I wonder how funny they will without using the word orange next month.

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Posted in: Late-night hosts react with shock, anger to Capitol attack See in context

Yes, especially that un-funny twit Seth Meyers.

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Posted in: 4 dead after Trump supporters storm U.S. Capitol, forcing Senate to evacuate See in context

Seems like the mob has won and Democracy has lost today.

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Posted in: Suga's upcoming decision on state of emergency derided as too little, too late See in context

Suga needs to strongly tell all people that is you feel feverish, have a cough, sore throat, body aches.............You should assume you have covid and get tested asap. People should also assume that everybody outside the house has covid. Now it is possible that you might have a cold or the flu or...............but not likely. This is not rocket science. Also assume that the covid figures are highly manipulated only for the comfort of the public. WTF? The Government needs to stop being wimps and tell it like it is. People need to be more proactive and take care of themselves, wear a mask, wash your hands, stay home for awhile, forget about going out and drinking..................Not so difficult is it? There is a lack of awareness and selfishness in the country that has lit the fuse on this pandemic. This is a wildfire that needs to be put out with with every available resource imaginable. Seems the Government is just using a garden hose.

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Posted in: Long wait See in context

Why they even at the airport in the middle of a pandemic? Stay home.

Maybe they are on their way home.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 856 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 3,571 See in context

Japan is doing everything right.

Comedy?

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 856 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 3,571 See in context

Well, we told you so Suga. I don't think closing the pubs 2 hrs earlier will make any difference. The virus is here and is mutating rapidly. Stay healthy people.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 563 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 2,681 See in context

Tokyo is doomed. They won’t do anything until it’s to late.

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Posted in: Suga denies need for state of emergency as cumulative infections top 200,000 See in context

There will probably be a state of emergency just before the holidays. This will keep most businesses closed for a few weeks and everything will re-open after everybody goes back to work. Japanese thinking.

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Posted in: Bolstered by pandemic, tech titans face growing scrutiny See in context

These technocrats are just puppets in the game of life. Stop acquiescing to all their control and rules. Question everything and take your freedom back.

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Posted in: Man referred to prosecutors over 'Terrace House' star's suicide See in context

Hate to say it but thats the world we live in at the moment. Get off all social media if you cannot take criticism.

Seems these days the only reason people are on these platforms is to boost their egos. It goes the other way too.

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Posted in: New Santa look See in context

Definetly not Santa.

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Posted in: What’s in store when the Electoral College meets See in context

Further confirmation that there wasn’t widespread fraud or irregularities in the most secure election in US history in which the overwhelming majority of voters resoundingly rejected Trump.

Election 2020 is clear testimony to how fantasy US democracy works — ordinary Americans with no say over how the nation is run and by whom.

It’s also more evidence of dominant media mass deception, supporting election fraud over a free, fair and open process.

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Posted in: Air freight prices 'outrageous' as COVID-19 shots rolled out, says WHO expert See in context

The only Japan Post Office mail to America is surface mail taking 2-3 months. FedX and UPS too expensive.

That is not true, I just sent a parcel to the U.S. from Tokyo and it arrived in 5 days.

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Posted in: Supermarket slip lawsuit ruling influenced by size and color of pumpkin tempura See in context

See was America is teaching the world.

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Posted in: Johnson says 'strong possibility' of no trade deal with EU See in context

Tariffs will be applied under the WTO rules. Chaos immediately ahead.

This is really a fear mongering statement. The U.K. will just make better trade deals with all involved, competition will increase, better goods and services will be provided. Securing new trade deals with willing countries takes time. The U.K will prevail.

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Posted in: Biden calls for action on virus as he introduces health team See in context

Trump has completely failed the country and continues to fail the country,

Really? For your information this was all done during 1 term, you might not like his personality but he has definetly not failed the country.

Judges

Historic tax cuts and deregulation

Building a stronger U.S. military

Protecting unborn babies

Expanding educational freedom

Standing with Israel

Negotiating a historic agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates

Actually building a border wall

Comprehensive immigration reform proposals

Religious freedom and freedom of conscience

Withdrawing from the Paris climate accord

Energy production and energy independence

Waterways of the U.S

Halting the increase in Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards

Defeating ISIS

Persuading European nations to pay more for NATO

Protections against false accusation on college campuses

Protecting freedom of speech on college campuses

Protecting boys’ and girls’ bathrooms, locker rooms, and sports teams

Negotiating new trade agreements that are more favorable to the United States

Streamlining environmental reviews for major construction projects

Sending weapons to Ukraine

Standing up to China and Russia

Withdrawing from the Iran nuclear deal

A wise COVID-19 response

Reforming the Department of Veterans Affairs

Criminal justice reform

Reducing prescription drug prices

Protecting federal property from rioters…….

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Posted in: Trump expected to issue flurry of pardons on way out See in context

Bill Clinton pardoned his brother, Roger Clinton, Jr., for 1985 convictions of cocaine possession and drug-trafficking.

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