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Saturday, July 9, 2022

Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Dead After Shooting


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64 comments:

  1. Is he really dead? RIP

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    1. 8:33 huh? y is he pretending?

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    2. Friend, nasa title :( It's all over the news

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    3. Tagal niyang Prime Minister. Parang siya lang un nakilala ko at tumatak talaga. Kala ko nga part na ng Royal Family kasi nga parang permanent fixture na siya sa Japan. Nakapaka COMPLACENT ng security nila. 2 putok pa ang napakawalan.

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    4. Baka nagdisagree si President kaya nagtaka si 8.33

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  2. Life is fleeting. Let us all be kind

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    1. AFTER SHOOTING is correct bcoz if it’s AFTER ASSASINATION, it means dead on the spot already.

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  4. Sobrang nakakagulat, you would never expect gun violence from a country such as Japan.

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    1. Very rare kasi strict at mahirap kumuhanng gun sa Japan. Kaya cgro home made yang ginamit. Very sad

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    2. true, in broad daylight pa...

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    3. Improvised daw yung baril na ginamit. Improvised shotgun na double barrel kaya talagang may balak na i-assassinate si PM Abe. Pero saan kaya nya nakuha ang mga parts ng baril at ammunition?

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    4. 12:16 former military guy

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    5. 3:39, hindi lahat ng military ay humahawak ng baril, depende iyan sa trabaho mo.

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    6. 5:33 and clearly in his case, he used guns. He knew how to assemble and disassemble it. It’s not rocket science you know.

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  5. Rest in peace, PM Abe 😒

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  6. This is very shocking. By the way, it was a handmade gun and the person who killed him was a former Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (equivalent to Navy in the U.S.). Japan has an extremely strict gun regulations.

    I believe Abe-san was a good, decent man who really loved his country and it's reflected on his policies. May he rest in peace.

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    1. I believe so too. Mabait sya and tried his best to improve Japan's economic status

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  7. It is so sad that it has life has to end this way considering he has medical condition. The current PM said that it is an act of terrorism and I agree. May he rest in peace and the criminal be persecuted to the fullest extent of the law

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  8. My gosh mejo na shock din ako
    This is Japan kasi e kung US ito expected ko na

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    1. Lol. It happens sa lahat ng bansa, nagkataon lang na ang buong mundo finafollow ang US news. Sino naman kasi magkakainterest alamin ang mga current events, news sa Mongolia or sa Vietnam? At saka sa Pinas naman saksakan ang marami, wala naman kasing pambili ng guns ang mga mahihirap sa Pinas

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  9. This is a very tragic news. Rip PM Abe. 😒

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  10. Shotgun ginamit. Bitbit lang ng shooter. grabe

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  11. Nashock tlaga ako dito at mas natakot na rin. RIP PM. Kung halos laging may mass shooting sa US, sa Japan nman it is very rare kaya mas nakakatakot. Everywhere may shooting na nagaganap.

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    1. Dumadami ang case ng shooting/ mass shootings as in kahit sa Peaceful country like Denmark this week lang mayas shooting parang lumakas loob ng mga killers talaga

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  12. Its really a shocking news. Very tragic yung death. May he Rest in Peace

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  13. Security did an awful job. 😟

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    1. Napaka-lax ng security. Lahat nakaharap kay Abe, wala man lang nagbabantay sa likod. Tapos wala man lang sumunggab kay Abe para dumapa ito?

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    2. Oo nga dapat meron sa front sides at back yung security nya sa harap lang e common sense vulnerable ang likod

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    3. @12:20 True. Dapat sa unang putok pa lang, may sumanggab na agad or may pumunta na agad sa kanya.

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    4. Because we are in Japan. Assassination and gun violence are two words na almost unheard of til today. Lax talaga pero mukang magbabago na. Wala ng safe sa mundo haay

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    5. Yes! Yan din ang una kong napansin dun sa first video palang and picture na nakita ko. Bakit lahat ng security nakatingin sa kanya? Dapat covered lahat ng directions eh gaya nyan, ang attacker ay nasa likod ni PM Abe.

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    6. Have you seen the man in the video minutes before Abe-san was shot? He was very calm and unassuming. The handmade gun actually looked like a camera used by reporters. No one would really have an inkling he’d do what he did.

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  14. Ang nakaka-shock dito may security team siya, hindi man lang nag-matyag? walang mga silbe.

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    1. The guy was pretending to be a photographer, the gun mas made to look like a camera. Ang lax nga ng security.

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  15. Hindi nila matalo-talo si PM kaya pinatay na. Kalungkot

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    1. parang may usap usapan noon na gusto yata daw ni Abe na i-activate ang Japanese military. Parang may ayaw daw yata na mangyari ito kaya baka isang dahilan kaya pina-assassinate ito.

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    2. Huh 11:51? He was the former Prime Minister. He wasn't campaigning for a reelection.

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    3. 12:24 It's on the BBC
      "The suspected shooter told officers he had a grudge against a specific group he believed Abe was connected to"

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  16. He's giving ba speech, nag ka campaign sya omg what a sad ending so automatic winner na yung isa

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    1. Mejo weak ang security nya di naman kalayuan ang pwesto ng bumaril nasa likod lang dapat umiikot ikot ang mga mata nila sa mga Tao sa paligid. Siguro nga di talaga expected ang ganon violence kasi ang peaceful ng Japan.

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    2. *sorry mali ako not seeking pala sya for re election

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  17. Dun sa video, yung mga audience unsuspecting na shooting at wala kang maririnig na sigaw. Goes to show talagang maayos sa Japan.

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    1. parang na-shocked ang lahat at hindi agad nakagalaw.

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    2. Hindi talaga palasigaw ang mga hapon even in chaos and tragedy. Look at the attack sa train, subdued lang ang sigaw nila compared kung mga pinoy or whatever nationality ang nandun. It's a stretch to say that it's a good thing though.

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    3. They are too complacent. His security failed him... Dapat alerto kahit saang lugar.

      Rip...

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  18. It was very very sad,Hes a very good man & good Prime Minister of Japan ,its heartbreaking.Rip Abe.

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  19. Very shocking indeed. Rest in Peace, Prime Minister Abe.

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  20. Sa sobrang rare ng incidence ng gun violence sa Japan ( based on their record eh minsan nagtatala lang sila ng less than 10 cases of gun shooting incidence per year. Per year yan). Kaya siguro lax ang security ni PM Abe. It was very untoward. Pero kahit na. Nakakulungkot lang talaga. He doesn't deserve to die that way. RIP, PM Abe.

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  21. This is such a sad news. Rest in peace Prime Minister Abe.

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  22. 😭😭😭bakit may mga ganung tao na mag de decide lang tapusin ang buhay ng iba. Abe motto sori the longest pm here in japan. sobrang galing ng leadership nya before, nag give way sa iba due to his medical condition. nag campaign speech lng para dun sa taga nara. kaka sad ginawa ng suspect. napaka babaw ng kaisipan.😭

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    1. True nakakalungkot talaga. Well loved PM pa naman sya

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  23. parang mababa naman ang crime rate sa Japan. This is shocking.

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  24. RIP Abe San πŸ™πŸ»

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  25. RIP Shinzo Abe. And Lolo Delfin.

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  26. R.I.P. PM Abe... Baka nga act of terrorism ito na may connection sa mga bansang galit sa Japan syempre gamit ang local guy.

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  27. grabe :(( napanuod ko din na nagscramble sila maghanap ng AED.. :(

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  28. Sanay daw kasi ang Japan na nakakalapit ang mga tao sa politicians, unlike US or Pinas na ang higpit-higpit ng security. Mostly sa mga bansang mahigpit ang gun laws ganyan sila. Nakakalungkot that because of the actions of one idiot, malamang magbago ang policy nila at sumunod sa ibang bansa na OA ang security detail dahil maraming kagalit (yes looking at you US).

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    1. Huling nangyari sa Japan bago yang nangyari kay PM Abe noong 1960s pa. Sinaksak naman daw ng dalawang beses yung leader ng isang political party.

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    2. True baks. Where I live natawa din ako na yung tumatakbong Mayors nila may maliit lang na mesa at halos wala pang pumapansin nung nangampanya. Sa atin kasi parang fiesta. Pero this one, mali tlaga ang security nya kasi nagpakampante. Maski saan nman may siraul@ tlaga.

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  29. May saltik sa ulo yata yung pumatay.

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