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Posted in: Osaka request for emergency will include store closures, online school classes See in context

Joe- Masks fail to stop the virus and prolonged use causes serious health issues, according to Stanford University.

Many in the U.S. have stopped using them and yes, including Blacks who don’t want to be seen as a pawn in the MSM narrative.

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Posted in: World running out of time to tackle climate crisis: U.N. See in context

Despite all the fear mongering, we’re still waiting to see the science...

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Posted in: World running out of time to tackle climate crisis: U.N. See in context

Attila- add when the climate guy, John Kerry, stops flying around the world in private jets.

Frauds, all of them. Looking to get rich(er) off of fake climate change.

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Posted in: Murder case against ex-cop in Floyd's death goes to the jury See in context

Floyd could talk while Chauvin was on him. If he could talk, he could breathe, despite saying “I can’t breathe.” He also claimed he couldn’t breathe earlier, so his cries fell on deaf ears. He died from the massive amounts of fentanyl he swallowed to hide it from the cops. It was unfortunate but not murder.

Regardless, Maxine Waters handed Chauvin a get out of jail free card by basically threatening the jury and calling for riots. The judge mentioned this.

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Posted in: Japan to procure enough COVID vaccines for all eligible by end of September See in context

If you want to follow the science, listen to Governor Desantis of Florida. They have fared very well despite almost half their population being elderly. He advises to protect the vulnerable and open up.

Japan is in good shape folks. Behind on the vaccines, yes, but overall it has fared very well against COVID.

The big milestone is getting the vulnerable people vaccinated as they are the ones that can end up in the hospital.

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Posted in: Will Japanese Olympians be vaccinated ahead of the public? See in context

Sure hope so.

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Posted in: U.S. parents begin to ask: Should my child get a COVID-19 shot? See in context

Science tells us that kids, and for that matter the vast majority of people, don’t get seriously ill from the virus. It also tells us vaccinations prevent the rest of us from being hospitalized from COVID.

Propaganda tells us that we’re not safe unless kids get vaccinated. It will then tell us that, after everyone is vaccinated, we’re still not safe.

Propaganda, which lead to devastated businesses and a wasted year for kids in some States, has run its course. People in those States are suffering and their citizens are leaving in droves.

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Posted in: Half of U.S. adults have received at least one COVID-19 shot See in context

Wolfpack- you are right. The media’s rush to politicize COVID obscures the facts. Many Blacks are refusing. So are anti-vaxxers. So are some Republicans, though I would guess they are a minority.

At the end of the day, everyone needs to decide what’s best for them.

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Posted in: Half of U.S. adults have received at least one COVID-19 shot See in context

Not sure why JT insists on using garbage articles for COVID in the U.S.

Governors manage COVID response in each State. Democrat-run states have managed the virus horribly. Endless lockdowns and high mortality rates. A wasted year for kids. Who cares what the vaccination rates are- they still do not have it under control- Michigan, New York, New Jersey, etc.

New Hampshire’s Governor is Republican, by the way. I’m sure it was an honest oversight by the writer.

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Posted in: 84% of Americans view Japan positively: U.S. poll See in context

Americans love Japan. This administration needs to show a little more respect to Japan, though.

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Posted in: Koike says Tokyo Olympics will rekindle hope like 1920 Games after war, Spanish flu See in context

Despite all the sensationalism and propaganda of the past year, this is hardly 1920.

Japan’s death rate last year went DOWN.

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Posted in: Olympics 'difficult' after virus spikes, Japan medical group warns See in context

Why would it be difficult? It’s not like foreigners are going to bring in the virus.

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Posted in: Do you think that once the pandemic ends and travel resumes, there will be strong international demand for tourism to Japan? See in context

Yes. There is already strong demand to places that are open. It will take a couple years to get back to pre-pandemic levels, though.

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Posted in: Koike pledges utmost anti-virus steps to deliver 'wonderful' Tokyo Olympics See in context

What exactly is the risk of having the Olympics? I would think everyday life in Tokyo presents a higher risk of virus spread vs. an event that will have people that are in superior physical condition, vaccinated people, masks, temperature checks, negative tests, social distancing, etc.

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Posted in: Will Smith slavery film 'Emancipation' ditches Georgia over voting law See in context

Are they going to follow MLB and move to Colorado, too, where voting laws are even more restrictive? And transferring $100's of millions of revenue from Blacks to Whites in the process?

Thanks Stacy Abrams! Looking out for #1 I see, just like your BLM friend who bought a multi-million dollar house in an exclusive, 99% White community.

Fakes and Frauds at their finest.

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Posted in: Japan trails world in COVID vaccine rollout 2 months after its start See in context

Japan does not seem terribly worried about a slow vaccine rollout. Perhaps government is confident they can slow the spread when they need to. Frankly, COVID has had minimal direct health impact to Japan. And the delay buys time to understand the vaccine’s harmful effects.

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Posted in: Do you think the Tokyo Olympics, if they are held, will be a coronavirus super-spreader event? See in context

Of course if you had 100,000 people crammed together, with no temperatures checks, masks, testing, vaccines, etc., it could be.

But come on, we know there will be plenty of barriers in place. Sports with fans has been happening around the World since last Summer with ZERO proof of spread.

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Posted in: Tears and cheers as Matsuyama Masters victory thrills Japan See in context

Marti- not quite on the same level, but would have been nice. It was mentioned on the Masters live broadcast, though.

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Posted in: We are seeing more cases of late-stage cancers than usual, possibly due to a decline in screenings. People should go to the hospital without hesitation if they have any symptoms, and also undergo regular examinations. See in context

Wobot- right on the money. The cure is worse than the disease. Lack of preventive screenings, devastated businesses, lost year for children in many places, etc.

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Posted in: Matsuyama makes history by winning Masters See in context

Congratulations, Hideki!

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Posted in: Trump addresses GOP as power to shape national debate wanes See in context

Such weak arguments against Trump as usual.

Critics stay away from substantive items like the economy, best ever in history; uplifting minorities and women, lowest unemployment rate ever; Criminal Justice Reform; peace in the Middle East; ending corrupt wars; calling out the corrupt CCP; shining a light on a corrupt Washington DC; strengthening the military; strengthening the border.

Instead, all we hear is “White Supremacy, White Supremacy”, as if people are supposed to cower in fear. Not even Blacks believe it, as indicated by the record number of Blacks voting for him.

Because Trump also has at least one other major accomplishment- getting people to see through all of the fake news.

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Posted in: Chinese tech company develops robo-dogs See in context


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Posted in: A masterpiece from Hideki Matsuyama to take Masters lead See in context

Masterful indeed. Bring it home!

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Posted in: U.S. Olympic athletes detail anti-Asian racism See in context

So I guess racists help to produce Olympians?

Please choose every-day Asian Americans to provide feedback on racism- not celebrities/athletes who are essentially paid mouthpieces of the American media.

But Whites in America are definitely racist against Asians- they are known as "woke Whites." They are found in Hollywood, media, Big Tech, and Ivy League schools-the West and East coasts of the U.S. primarily- where 90% of the hate crimes against Asians are happening. Don't expect this to change as these institutions are under a lot of pressure to appease Blacks.

Most other Whites in America love Asians because they generally work hard, make no excuses, succeed, and lift communities up.

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Posted in: Rakuten CEO Mikitani says hosting Tokyo Olympics this summer 'too risky' See in context

What's the scientific basis for his statement? Is the Olympic flame going to cause the virus to spread? Or is it the tight outfits that the track athletes wear?

Major sporting events around the world have occurred since last summer, with no vaccine and no spreading of the virus.

These CEO's now double as propagandists. Spread fear (and hate). More control is what they seek.

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Posted in: United Airlines prepares to shake up white, male-dominated pilot population See in context

Tortoise- It could be that United's plan is simply not to be the worst.

But why focus on social justice? Few will be impressed. But I guess management can pat itself on the back?

By the way, if they are keen to undo some past wrongs, shouldn't they be rolling out the red carpet for elderly Asian males?

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Posted in: United Airlines prepares to shake up white, male-dominated pilot population See in context

If you fly to Japan, everyone knows to stay away from United anyway. American run airlines are horrible.

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Posted in: Japan considers prioritizing Olympic athletes for COVID-19 vaccination See in context

Geez, relax folks. Don’t you think it’s important for Olympians to be able to compete safely? They’re competing for Japan after all. How many are we talking- a couple hundred?

Not sure why vaccinations are so slow in Japan, though. In many parts of the U.S., vaccinations are available to all. There could be plenty of extra supply soon and hopefully they can send them to Japan.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 555 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 3,449 See in context

The morgues are going to be disappointed because hospitalizations decreased AGAIN. They are trying to make up for fewer deaths that occurred last year vs. 2019.

When is this deadly virus supposed to arrive?

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Posted in: U.S. weighs Beijing Olympics boycott with partners, allies See in context

Biden should crack down on the CCP for human rights abuse.

But he should also crack down on them for COVID. How he handles that will be more revealing into how tough he is willing to get with the corrupt CCP, who many in the U.S. believe have compromised many facets of U.S. education, business, and government.

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