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2021年6月12日 (土)

5 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Come to Tokyo Now

To All Olympic and Paralympic athletes,

Please, please, please don't come to Tokyo now.
The people of Tokyo are not opposed to hosting the Olympics, they just find it 'impossible.

Because the Japanese government and the governor of Tokyo are lying to us.
They have no PCR testing, no genome analysis, no quarantine at the airport, no statistics, nothing done right. This has been going on for a year and a half from the time of the Abe administration. They have been changing the definition of statistics every so often to cover up their ineptitude. Their usual excuse is, "It's a misunderstanding.

Suga's speech was so slurred that even Japanese speakers could not understand what he was saying. He probably suffers from cerebrovascular disease, hearing impairment, and moderate to severe cognitive impairment. He is adorned in that position as an ATM for the rent seekers because he is incompetent.
There are no journalists in Japan, they are government PR.

①In Japan, even medical professionals cannot take PCR tests on a regular basis.
To get a PCR test in Tokyo, you will need to pay from 2,300 yen for a saliva test, and in the 20,000-30,000 yen range with a negative certificate. And that's with consumption tax included. This is equivalent to the cost of a month's worth of food for a simple person living alone.
Today, the freedom of restaurants in Tokyo is being interfered with, alcohol is being banned, and lights are being turned off at night. However, a huge budget is being wasted on part-time patrols and TV commercials. The Tokyo Metropolitan Government has no intention of helping the people of Tokyo or putting an end to COVID-19.

②The SARS-CoV-2 Delta variant has already been spreading in the Tokyo metropolitan area since last month.
You may be wondering why there is so much activity. The metropolitan area has always been home to 40 million people living in dense clusters. In addition to that factor, the Suga administration has not paid out a single benefit to the people since last fall.
70% of personal financial assets in Japan are held by households in their 60s or older (2017). As a result, working-age people in their 50s and younger have little savings and must go to work even at high risk of infection. Younger generations of Japanese people are not separately underestimating COVID-19.
Honestly, you shouldn't be breathing in the Tokyo metropolitan area right now.
The Australian women's national softball team is already in a pre-Olympic training camp, but we don't even know if they will be safe until July 23.

③Damage to the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant is getting worse.
During the Olympic bid, Prime Minister Abe said "Fukushima, under control," but such a fact does not exist. The state of emergency declared as a result of the nuclear accident has lasted for more than 10 years.
On February 13, 2021, an earthquake of magnitude 7.3 struck off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture. The containment vessels of Units 1 and 3 at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant may have sustained additional damage in addition to the damage sustained during the accident on March 11, 2011. However, no one knows the condition of the containment vessels because we cannot see inside them.
Once again, it is important to emphasize that the risk of earthquakes will always and permanently exist in Japan. If another severe accident occurs at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, the entire eastern part of Japan, including Tokyo, will become uninhabitable.

④This summer is warmer than last summer, and the risk of heat stroke and wind and flood damage can be assessed at record highs.
In August 2020 in Tokyo, the number of people transported to emergency rooms for suspected heat stroke reached 4,320, the highest number ever recorded. There were 2 deaths, 52 in critical condition, 166 in serious condition, 1636 in moderate condition, and 2464 in minor condition. There were also many people who had already died and were not transported to the emergency room. 195 people died in the 23 wards of Tokyo only.
Japan has a universal health insurance system, and workers are forced to pay monthly premiums. However, there are 119 people across the country who have died strange deaths at home, unable to be hospitalized, despite being found to be COVID-19 positive, in the five months from January to May 2021 alone.
The Suga administration has not paid a single benefit and has not provided any tax breaks. In addition, it passed a bill to reduce the number of hospital beds in the country by 10,000, using 19.5 billion yen in consumption tax as the source of funds.
In Tokyo, where medical care has collapsed, we are unable to care for the 90,000 people coming to Japan from 200 countries and regions around the world. A significant number of nurses were forced to retire at the end of last year, and we are short of manpower.
At the same time, there is a correlation between extremely hot weather and heavy rains and typhoons. Basically, flood damage tends to occur and spread more easily in extremely hot years.

⑤You will be returning from Tokyo as a carrier of Delta variant or a new variant coronavirus.
In Japan, 28.7% of the population (36.17 million people) are aged 65 or older. However, since there are only about 5 million medical personnel, it will take until this winter to vaccinate the elderly alone.
You may have been vaccinated yourself, but none of the 70,000 workers beside you, including interpreters, drivers, security guards, and cooks, have been vaccinated. Even if they were vaccinated now, the antibodies would not be ready in time for July 23, five weeks from now.
If you have a sudden illness or a serious injury, the paramedics who come to your side may not have been vaccinated.
The Japanese government threatened local governments to rush vaccinations without distinguishing between healthcare workers, groups at high risk of serious illness (elderly, patients with underlying diseases, etc.), and groups at high risk of infection (care workers, paramedics, firefighters, quarantine officers, police officers, etc.). And politicians have already carried out the vaccination for the US-Japan summit, while Olympic athletes have already been vaccinated for the Olympics.
Hosting the Olympics will be a terrible experience not only for Tokyo, but also for your country.
Neither Emperor Naruhito, at 61, nor Empress Masako, at 57, have been given priority vaccinations.
The silly extravagance enforced by the stupid old people will cause catastrophic damage to the cardiopulmonary functions of children who have a long life ahead of them.

This is what the people of Tokyo are most worried and heartbroken about.

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If you still really want to come to Tokyo, please print out this card and sign the back.
This card says in Japanese, "I do not want to save my life.

I am a resident of Tokyo, but I have never had a PCR test before.
I have not used public transportation for the entire year and a half since January 2020 to avoid the risk of infection.
I don't plan to be able to get vaccinated by the end of 2021 in the municipalities where I pay my resident tax.
I don't know if I will live until this fall.
But I don't think you need to die on purpose.

When we have rebuilt the nation and the local government and brought this pandemic under control, that is when you can come and visit us.

Thank you for your understanding.
Sincerely yours,

Tokyoites

 

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