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Posted in: Remote working damages young women's careers See in context

I think it hampers all people, not just one particular demographic.

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Posted in: J&J's COVID-19 shot gets CDC panel backing; vaccine near shipping See in context

These are not vaccines in the traditional sense, they inject foreign mRNA into your cells.

Also as they all seem to contain PEG (polyethalene glycol) which has never before been used in vaccines, I won't be taking these.

PEG from skincare products is one of the culprits in skin rashes which I (and many people) tend to get.

If it gives my a rash when applied to the outside of my skin, I certainly don't want polyethalene glycol injected into me body.

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Posted in: At least 18 protesters killed in Myanmar in worst violence since coup See in context

It's 2021, the playbook for the Myanmar government is easy.

Label them as seditionists and insurrections and then claim justification in killing and arresting your own citizens

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Posted in: Crisis deepens for Cuomo; AG wants to lead harassment probe See in context

Clinton, Weinstein, Biden, Cuomo... the list is endless.

All powerful Democrats and all facing a litany of sexual assault accusations.

Political power does not equate to entitlement to women's bodies.

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Posted in: China, India, Russia seek influence through vaccine diplomacy See in context

There were initially concerns over the vaccine's safety and quality because it was quickly approved in Russia after a second-phase clinical study.

But a study based on data from a phase three clinical trial that was published in the British medical journal Lancet on Feb 2 showed the vaccine was 91.6 percent effective in protecting against symptomatic illness.

Each Sputnik shot costs $10 or less, or less than half that of the U.S. peers, according to the investment fund.

Dig up the threads from October to see all the endless Russia-bashing when Sputnik V was first announced.

They were all wrong as usual.

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Posted in: Governors urge central gov't to deliver vaccine rollout plan See in context

Ignore the naysayers.

The "pandemic" is under way better control here than in Europe or North America.

Results speak for themselves.

Everything else is whining and complaining.

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Posted in: Mexico says U.S. needs at least 600,000 more migrant workers See in context

The issue is that most Americans don’t want those jobs.

To proud to work but no shame in taking money from their fellow citizens who do work.

Got it.

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Posted in: COVID vaccines block disease, but do they stop infection? See in context

If they don't stop the infection being passed there's no justification for social pressure to take these

If I don't take mine then there's no harm no foul upon those around me.

They're only meant to protect the individual recipient.

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Posted in: Mexico says U.S. needs at least 600,000 more migrant workers See in context

There are millions of unemployed Americans.

How about giving them work first.

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Posted in: U.S. in delicate balancing act as Saudi prince spared sanctions See in context

Spineless Biden is no match for MBS.

Saudis tell Washington what to do, not the other way around.

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Posted in: Survey shows many seniors undecided about vaccination See in context

You can always recover from a virus, but once you take that shot there's no going back. Those chemicals will be floating in your body for the rest of your life.

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Posted in: Tokyo high schools ask students to certify hair color not altered: NHK See in context

To what end or purpose? All in all they're just another brick in the wall.

To discourage children from damaging their natural hair with harmful chemical dyes.

Any hair color is okay as long as the parents affirm on paper it is natural.

Please read the article, blond hair is 100% perfectly fine.

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Posted in: Tokyo high schools ask students to certify hair color not altered: NHK See in context

You can have blond hair, brown hair or black hair, as long as you affirm it’s natural.

Am I the only one that read the article.

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Posted in: U.S. implicates Saudi crown prince in journalist Khashoggi's killing See in context

 Firstly, do you believe 9/11 was a direct attack on the U.S.

I do not dispute the notion that allies of the US, including Saudi Arabia, were involved in the 9/11 attack.

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Posted in: Tokyo high schools ask students to certify hair color not altered: NHK See in context

Relax.

All the students have to do is submit a personal affirmation that they did not dye their hair.

That means if the student has naturally brown hair they merely need to affirm that.

Nobody is forcing anyone to change their natural hair color.

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Posted in: Canada approves AstraZeneca's COVID-19 shot in boost to vaccination push See in context

It said the efficacy of the vaccine was 62.1%.

So 37.9% of people who take the vaccine are risking serious side effects and even their lives for absolutely no reason whatsoever.

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Posted in: U.S. implicates Saudi crown prince in journalist Khashoggi's killing See in context

America under Biden is abandoning its trusted and established allies.

Who wins when the US turns on its partners?

China does.

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Posted in: Syria condemns 'cowardly' U.S. air strikes on Iran-backed militias See in context

This was a direct violation of the UN charter.

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Posted in: App launched to issue partnership certificates for LGBT couples See in context

Fah-mi-i-i ?,... Fah-mi-eh-eh ?,...(typo?)... Fah-mi-Ri ?,... Fah-mi-Lee”??

Family

Father And Mother I Love You

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Posted in: Jailed Putin critic Navalny moved, probably to prison camp: lawyer, activist See in context

He's actually going for more double agent training.

Controlled opposition, standard Kremlin trick.

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Posted in: A mister no more: Mr Potato Head goes gender neutral See in context

which encourages them to be their authentic selves outside of the pressures of traditional gender norms,

And one what basis do they assert that a child's "authentic self" is gender neutral?

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Posted in: Vaccines 'encouraged' but not compulsory for athletes at Tokyo Olympics: Coates See in context

encouraged to get vaccinated against COVID-19 ahead of the Tokyo Olympics but it will not be compulsory

encouraged but not compulsory is a fair standard.

Let it be the global one.

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Posted in: App launched to issue partnership certificates for LGBT couples See in context

that will be accepted by a network of cooperating firms.

Why only ones that "will be accepted" ?

Why are some couples being denied partnership rights?

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Posted in: Former aide says Cuomo kissed her, suggested strip poker See in context

More evidence of misogyny and a rampant culture of sexual assault in the Democratic party.

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Posted in: First vaccines delivered under global Covax scheme; EU program struggles to speed up See in context

Ukraine also celebrated a landmark Wednesday, giving a doctor the country's first Covid shot, a slow start to its own vaccination program that has sparked widespread anger there.

Ukrainians are angry because their childish government refused the highly effective Sputnik V vaccine even though Ukrainians were willingly to take it.

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Posted in: Harris urges Black Americans: 'Let's not let COVID get us' See in context

Mistrust runs high, in part because of the nation’s history of unethical practices in medical research on African Americans.

There's a litany of cases of abuse and unethical medical practices against people of color, but in every case at the time, the unwilling vaccine recipients were told

"Don't worry, this is for your own good, it's been tested by experts, trust us"

Oppressed people have a long memory, they were lied to before their smart to question whether they're being told the truth now.

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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

On the bright side, they have also announced that deaths were down by 9,373 from the previous year with a preliminary total of 1,384,544 in 2020.

Apparently you're less likely to die while Corona is circulating in the air then when it isn't.

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Posted in: Tokyo 2020 chief says gender equality efforts as important as virus containment See in context

goal to boost the proportion of women on its board to 40%

Shouldn't there also be a goal to boost the proportion of other genders as well?

Why are minority genders being excluded?

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Posted in: UK to push at G-7 for global standard on 'vaccine passports' See in context

A country can refuse entry to non-citizens, but it cannot refuse entry to its own citizens returning.

An American family living in Japan who decide to forgo the vaccine for health reasons can not (should not) be denied entry back to their country of citizenship because their exercised their human rights.

In addition, it's important to note that it's not individual private companies initiating these restrictions, it's the government.

The government is formulating policies and forcing private companies to comply with them.

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Posted in: Election violence spiked worldwide in 2020 – will this year be better? See in context

An unarmed woman was shot to death at point blank range by government forces on January 6th.

This can never be tolerated.

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