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Posted in: Israel postpones drive to vaccinate Palestinian workers See in context

The Palestinian Authority has failed their people.

Surely the PA wouldn't take advantage of their own people to score political points, would they??

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Posted in: Kim Kardashian says body-shamers 'really broke me' during pregnancy See in context

Personally, I think the body positivity movement that excuses the ticking time bomb that is obesity is terrible.

But I applaud JT for a least taking a moral stand against something in choosing to publish this article.

Oh, wait. I just took a look at another thread involving a conservative.

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Posted in: Pompeo calls for U.S. to boycott Beijing Olympics See in context

Gee, guess who's auditioning to replace Mike Pence if Trump decides to fleece the flock again in 2024...

Or maybe he's hoping Trump will be a guest of the State of NY at Rikers Island in 2024 for tax and insurance fraud...and he'll be at the top of the ticket....

I imagine Haley, Graham, Cruz, Hawley, and Ron Johnson may have something to say about that...

Looks like we'll get another round of fathers implicated in assassinations, spouses being called ugly, and insinuations that someone is "a sniveling coward"...

While Pompeo draws a line in the sand against the genocide of Uighur muslims, the intentional spread of Covid 19 and unmitigated spying in American institutions, some on this site have loftier goals.

Like fat shaming.

So too does Fat Mike get things right once in a blue moon

Fat Mike is still relevant?

and my personal favorite;

Who still listens to this fat frog?

Thats fine. I don't care either way. But can anyone familiar with the left-wing bias on JT imagine how quickly my post will disappear if I called say, Stacey Abrams a "fat frog"?

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 293 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 1,054 See in context

No, the most altered set of numbers ever.

been asking about the whereabouts of all those stacked up dead bodies for weeks now.

So far, crickets....

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Posted in: Australian attorney general denies rape allegation See in context

More clickbait headlines and sensationalism that downplays the fact he was 18 and the accusation is 32 years old.

Another example of how low modern "journalism" has fallen.

The attorney general, the highest law enforcement office in the country. One word actually two words:

Utterly disgusting.

And another sad example of how easily superficial and incurious people will lap it up.

Judge, jury and executioner without knowing a single relevant detail.

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Posted in: Australian PM stands by minister accused of rape See in context

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Monday stood by an unnamed cabinet minister against calls for him to step down from office over an allegation that he raped a 16-year-old girl more than 30 years ago.

The allegation has created a cloud hanging over the 16 men in Morrison’s 22-minister cabinet and feeds complaints of a culture within Parliament that is toxic for women.

The allegation was contained in an anonymous letter sent to the prime minister’s office and to three female lawmakers last week.

This is an absolutely stunning statement that crystallizes just how insane cancel culture has become.

A sudden 30 year-old claim by an unnamed, anonymous complainant.

And the accusatory clickbait headline "Australian PM "stands by" minister accused of Rape" like the whole story was verified and set in stone.

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Posted in: From Apu to Aladdin: Why white voices will no longer do See in context

Sounds like something Mayor Quimby would say.

Sounds like something Ralph would say.

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Posted in: Lockdown costing Auckland businesses NZ$30 mil per day, says mayor See in context

Because Ardern’s response has been so exemplary,

She has been a superstar. I mean, what other country has declared an end to Covid on 3 separate occasions!

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Posted in: Lockdown costing Auckland businesses NZ$30 mil per day, says mayor See in context

As I already clearly explained for those who are literate - the reason for the lockdown is not because of a single case - that is blindingly obvious to anyone who knows the circumstances of this incident.

Well now, you're right. After reading the story a 3rd time, I missed this part in the 2nd paragraph;

The seven-day lockdown imposed by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on a city of 2 million was prompted by just a single new COVID-19 case

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Posted in: Lockdown costing Auckland businesses NZ$30 mil per day, says mayor See in context

thanks. Your reason why a 1 case lockdown is warranted deserved the gold standard.

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Posted in: Lockdown costing Auckland businesses NZ$30 mil per day, says mayor See in context

@nonu6976

As the kids say these days; "LOL"

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Posted in: Lockdown costing Auckland businesses NZ$30 mil per day, says mayor See in context

all this because of one selfish family who decided they didn't want to obey the rules.

Wrong. All this because a government with no respect for its own people, and going against science, locked down an entire modern city over a single case.

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Posted in: From Apu to Aladdin: Why white voices will no longer do See in context

Well that's just silly. One more step towards equality does not equal the end of racism. If that were true, we wouldn't have seen the MASSIVE amount of hatred when a black man became president of the USA

The Black man who became arguably the most popular President since Reagan, and who was voted in by an overwhelming majority of white people?

THAT black man?

No young fella. Equality has long since been realized in the United States.

As the brilliant Thomas Sowell (another BLACK man!) said years ago;

Racism is not dead, but it is on life support — kept alive by politicians, race hustlers and people who get a sense of superiority by denouncing others as “racists."

for someone who accuses others of racism on an almost daily basis, that quote should sound very, very familiar.

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Posted in: Trump hints he may run again in 2024, proposes new voting limits See in context

Ypu’d say that’s deranged but it’s pretty tame in the QAnon Jewish Space Laser Party.

anti-Semitism.

Trump is an habitual loser. Just like all those pieces of garbage who voted for him.

According to this tolerant and brilliant character, 75 million Americans are "Pieces of garbage"!

Donald, we hate you. Now will you go shed your skin someplace? Will you SHUT UP, MAN?

unfettered insanity.

....and many , many more posts wishing death upon the man that have been removed.

If there are still a few out there reading these posts of people publicly humiliating themselves and wondering where you stand, the choice has never been more obvious.

Stand on the side of common sense, core values and sanity.

These people are fundamentally unwell.

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Posted in: Lockdown costing Auckland businesses NZ$30 mil per day, says mayor See in context

The stunning thing is so many of the lock-it-all-down! crowd are completely economically illiterate and did not even anticipate the financial disasters that await.

They will soon enough if they haven't already.

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Posted in: From Apu to Aladdin: Why white voices will no longer do See in context

and just like that, racism disappeared forever!

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Posted in: NZ's largest city Auckland back in 7-day lockdown after 1 new virus case detected See in context

One stupid person, one arrogant individual has caused this.

I live in Auckland, in the danger zone.

My guess is Level 4 by this time next week.

If you're referring to Arden, I agree.

The "Danger Zone"!

Imagine living in a city that big with a single case and calling it "The Danger Zone".

The biggest story we will study when this is all said and done is not the virus, but rather the realization that there are so many fellow humans amongst us who have no ability for critical thinking or coping skills.

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Posted in: NZ's largest city Auckland back in 7-day lockdown after 1 new virus case detected See in context

Pretty good here. The government hasn't locked down 1.7 million people because of 1 case.

And many have died as a result.

Actually 9000 less than in 2019 according to government statistics released about 3 days ago.

Human rights haven't taken a nosedive, and the mental health of our kids hasn't either.

Neither in New Zealand.

1.7 million locked down because of a single case is the definition of human rights abuses.

Unless you're one of those who set the bar incredibly low.

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Posted in: Film aims to change the narrative around singer Billie Holiday's life See in context

"Change the narrative" is doublespeak meaning Change history.

Leftists will now turn any figure from the past into a reimagined SJW.

Its more palatable for them.

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Posted in: NZ's largest city Auckland back in 7-day lockdown after 1 new virus case detected See in context

It seems to me that there are some people and posters who want to see NZ fail. To date, only a little more than 2,200 have been infected by Covid and just 26 have died, 16 of those in a home for elderly people with dementia. How is it going where you live?

Pretty good here. The government hasn't locked down 1.7 million people because of 1 case.

Human rights haven't taken a nosedive, and the mental health of our kids hasn't either.

Hows it going where you live?

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Posted in: Britain names rugby sevens training squads for Tokyo Olympics See in context

Equal pay sets a good example.

For whom? The employee who is outperforming the majority of his co-workers, or the employee who is not?

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Posted in: NZ's largest city Auckland back in 7-day lockdown after 1 new virus case detected See in context

1.7 million locked down because of 1 case....

Wait a minute! Didn't NZ proclaim it was virus-free twice before? What happened?

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Posted in: Prince Harry: British press were 'destroying my mental health' See in context

When your buddies try to tell you to get rid of a chick you're dating....

Take their advice.

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Posted in: Gov't to lift state of emergency for 6 prefectures on Sunday See in context

Flute - Its common sense. If the number of cases is being suppressed, so must be the number of deaths.

Ill ask again, Where are the hidden dead bodies? How have so many people been so successful at keeping this shocking development secret?

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Posted in: Gov't to lift state of emergency for 6 prefectures on Sunday See in context

Everyone knows the numbers are BS. 

The fact that clinic testing is not included in the daily figures is ridiculous. Most people that I know that have had covid conducted tests at clinics and hence are excluded from the national figures. 

In a dense city like Tokyo having a few 100 to 1500 cases a day is unbelievable. And in fact, if those were the accurate numbers then there would have been no need for any restrictions. 

Anyway, enough of that, time for more GO TO TRAVEL!

Ramble - Where are the stacked bodies? Why and how could so many hospitals and clinics hide these dead bodies without detection?

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Posted in: Gov't to lift state of emergency for 6 prefectures on Sunday See in context

You mean lift the laughable, sorry-excuse-for-a-state-of-emergency?!

Cases have been on a steady downward trend since January 7-8. Isn't that proof that the SOE was a great success?

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Posted in: Gov't to lift state of emergency for 6 prefectures on Sunday See in context

Some health experts, however, warn an early exit could lead to a resurgence in infections.

Thats disconcerting as their batting average on this whole thing is right around .000

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Posted in: Births in Japan hit record low in 2020; deaths down for first time in over a decade See in context

Deaths not just down, but down for the 1st time in 10 years. During what was supposed to be the Apocalypse we were told.

Why is it so difficult to understand that deaths are down ? The near universal wearing of masks prevented flu infections.

As everyone knows, Japanese have been wearing masks during the winter months for years. But does the increased use point to a shocking 99.4% decrease in influenza?

There are also significant less traffic deaths

Yes. 376 less than than 2019 according to a National Police Association survey. So lets take that out of the equation.

That still doesn't explain the strange decrease in deaths by over 9000 during a "pandemic".

In the US, excess mortality figure were up by about a percentage point as it had been year on year for about 5 years. But grew at a smaller pace than any other year in 5 years.

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Posted in: Australian defense minister hospitalized amid parliament rape investigation See in context

Whats the old adage; "If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen"

If a male pol tried this, he'd be crucified.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 178 coronavirus cases; below 200 for 1st time since Nov 24 See in context

I’ve been to several major hospitals in Tokyo over the past six months. Not one of them was collapsed. Anyone know of any collapsed hospitals out there?

I don't get that either! During and after the winter holidays, everything was supposed to collapse and there would be a complete breakdown of the medical system and people dying in the streets.

Like was supposed to happen last fall.

Like was supposed to happen last summer.

Like was supposed to happen last spring....

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