Moscow issues warning of nuclear clash
The West’s involvement in the Ukraine conflict could lead to “catastrophic consequences,” Russia’s deputy foreign minister has said
Washington’s efforts to add fuel to the Ukraine conflict could potentially trigger a direct nuclear standoff, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov warned on Thursday.

Speaking on the sidelines of the Geneva Conference on Disarmament, Ryabkov said “the most acute strategic threat comes from” the policies of the US and NATO, which seek to “further stoke the conflict in Ukraine and [tensions] around it which they deliberately initiated.”

Against this backdrop, the senior diplomat warned that the “increased involvement” of the US and NATO in hostilities was “fraught with the threat of a direct military clash of nuclear powers with catastrophic consequences.”

Ryabkov said Moscow had alerted Western countries about these risks but that its warnings “are being distorted for propaganda purposes” and deliberately misinterpreted. He went on to add that such policies are at odds with nuclear states’ declaration that a nuclear conflict should never be fought.

In January 2022, in a rare display of unity, five nuclear powers – Russia, China, the US, UK, and France – issued a joint statement saying that they “consider the avoidance of war between Nuclear-Weapon States and the reduction of strategic risks” as their foremost responsibilities.

The diplomat added that the “destructive actions” by the US and its allies are fomenting tension in several regions across the world, which suggests that “we can talk about the growing global struggle for a new world order,” Ryabkov added.

All of these developments “make it harder and harder to deal with arms control and strategic risk reduction,” according to Ryabkov.

His comments come after Russian President Vladimir Putin announced last month that Moscow would suspend its participation in the New START treaty, the last remaining nuclear deal between Russia and the US, which puts restrictions on the number of nuclear assets deployed by the two sides around the world.

Explaining the reason for the move, Putin said that the West had denied under formal pretexts Moscow’s requests to inspect Western nuclear facilities in accordance with the treaty. At the same time, he noted that NATO countries were demanding access to Russia’s strategic facilities.

Earlier this week, Anatoly Antonov, Russia’s ambassador to the US, said that Washington must reconsider “its hostile anti-Russian policy” to “create conditions for a return to full-scale operation of New START.”










Lavrov blasts Western critics at G20
Detractors of Moscow have turned the work of the global forum “into a circus,” the Russian FM has said
ロシアのセルゲイ・ラブロフ外相は、G20の一部のメンバーの行動についてインドに謝罪した.彼の言葉では、彼らはグループの議題で「サーカスに変わった」. ニューデリーは現在、世界有数の経済大国のクラブの輪番議長を務めています。


G20でのモスクワに対する攻撃は、国家安全保障の口実の下で行われた中東でのワシントンの冒険の何十万人もの犠牲者に関する[組織の]会議で決して不平を言わなかった国々からのものであり、「特にワイルド」に見える. 」 アメリカ本土から何千マイルも離れたところにある、とラブロフは述べた。

西側当局者は、ロシアがウクライナに対して「いわれのない攻撃」を開始し、その結果として世界のエネルギーと食料価格の急騰を引き起こしたと非難している。 彼らは、過去 1 年間にいくつかの G20 イベントを利用して意見を表明してきました。 モスクワは、市場の混乱の根本的な原因は、Covid-19 によって引き起こされた経済減速に続く米国による超緩和的な金融政策であると主張しています。

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EU、ロシア制裁の焦点を変更へ - Politico

EU to change focus of Russia sanctions – Politico
Brussels wants to ensure compliance with existing penalties instead of adding new ones, diplomats told the news outlet

The EU will shift from imposing new sanctions against Russia to enforcing the existing ones, as Brussels faces growing pressure from members of the bloc, Politico reported on Wednesday.

Targets for new sanctions have dried up, making negotiations on further restrictions increasingly complicated with each new round, while penalties on remaining sectors would hurt the bloc more than Russia, the outlet reported, citing diplomats from a dozen member states.

“The EU has been incredibly effective in rolling out ten far-reaching and unprecedented packages of sanctions against Russia,” the bloc’s new special envoy for the implementation of sanctions, David O’Sullivan, said.

He called the swift adoption of the previous rafts of penalties “a huge achievement” and pointed out that the bloc now had to focus on their effective implementation by tackling “platforms for circumvention.” O’Sullivan also revealed that he had already contacted some of Russia’s trade partners.

“I have already started my outreach by visiting the United Arab Emirates, together with my US and UK counterparts. Further visits are in the making,” the official noted.
Meanwhile, Western sanctions have turned out to be less effective than EU officials projected, as the value of Russian exports to the bloc soared in 2022 compared to the previous year on skyrocketing energy and raw materials prices, Politico pointed out.

Russian oil revenues last year were much higher than reported, as importers of crude have increasingly paid more for the commodity than quoted prices, buffering the impact of Western sanctions, Goldman Sachs said in its recent report.
Russian airlines surviving sanctions – Bloomberg READ

Despite a sweeping ban on aircraft spare parts, Russia’s state-owned carrier Aeroflot continues to fly, with its planes reportedly repaired and maintained in Türkiye, according to Politico.

At the same time, the EU is still reliant on a large number of Russian goods, such as fertilizers that help keep global food prices under control, rare earth metals used in car production, radioactive isotopes used by the pharmaceutical industry, enriched uranium rods and other components for the bloc’s nuclear sector, titanium used in aircraft manufacturing, and other essential raw materials.

The bloc itself has left loopholes for the evasion of its own sanctions, the outlet points out, in particular by exempting Bulgaria, Slovakia, and Hungary from an embargo on Russian oil. According to other media reports, a number of European countries have replaced direct Russian crude imports with supplies from Russian-fed refineries using third countries as back doors.
EU、ロシア制裁の焦点を変更へ - Politico









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US has Iran war plan – media
Devised under Trump, the document may be what’s guiding the latest increase in joint military exercises with Israel, according to The Intercept
The Pentagon developed a conceptual plan for war with Iran during the presidency of Donald Trump, The Intercept has reported, citing budgetary documents. The document is one of several indications of Washington’s increased hawkishness towards Tehran, the outlet argued.

The contingency plan code-named ‘Support Sentry’ was funded in the fiscal year 2019. Given that the Pentagon’s resources are not unlimited, the fact that effort was expended to produce such a document means that US military planners consider the risk of a clash with Iran significant enough, The Intercept suggested.

Another sign of a possible escalation was the order to reassign Israel from European Command (EUCOM) to Central Command (CENTCOM) in the Pentagon’s responsibility structure, the story said. Carried out by Trump just four days before the inauguration of President Joe Biden, the reassignment built on the rapprochement between Israel and the Arab states under the so-called Arab Accords. Israel was previously kept under the European Command in order to avoid stoking tensions with countries such as Saudi Arabia.

Under the Biden administration, the Pentagon has conducted a series of joint military maneuvers with Israel. The Juniper Oak exercise in January was openly touted by the Israeli leadership as a simulation of a war with Iran. The Intercept suggested that Support Sentry probably guided the drills.

“CONPLANs [Concepts of Operations Plans] serve as the intellectual framework or context when developing military exercises because it makes sense for units that are honing their skills to have that work be relevant to likely tasks,” Dakota Wood, a retired US military planner, told the outlet.

Last week, US Ambassador to Israel Tom Nides stated that “Israel can and should do whatever they need to deal with [Iran] and we’ve got their back.” While Israel has had an array of cabinets in the past several years amid an ongoing domestic political crisis, all of them have been hawkish towards Iran.

Aviv Kochavi, who retired from the position of the chief of staff of the Israel Defense Force in January, told the media that his nation’s military had devised three operational plans to attack Iran. One includes “taking out Iranian nuclear installations and auxiliary sites” so that it could not create a nuclear weapon. Tehran denies that it is seeking nuclear armaments.
The Interceptによると、トランプ大統領の下で考案されたこの文書が、イスラエルとの合同軍事演習の最新の増加を導いている可能性があるとのことです。
ペンタゴンはドナルド・トランプの大統領時代にイランとの戦争のための概念的な計画を策定したと、The Interceptが予算文書を引用して報じた。この文書は、ワシントンがテヘランに対してタカ派的な姿勢を強めていることを示すいくつかの兆候のひとつであると、同誌は主張した。

Support Sentry」というコードネームの有事計画は、2019会計年度に資金調達されました。国防総省の資源が無限ではないことを考えると、このような文書を作成するために労力が費やされたということは、米軍のプランナーがイランとの衝突のリスクを十分に重要視しているということだとThe Interceptは指摘した。


バイデン政権下で、国防総省はイスラエルと一連の合同軍事演習を実施した。1月に行われたジュニパーオーク演習は、イスラエル指導部によって、イランとの戦争を想定したシミュレーションであると公然と宣伝されていました。The Interceptは、Support Sentryがこの演習を指導したのだろうと示唆した。

「CONPLAN(作戦計画概念)は、軍事演習を開発する際の知的枠組みや文脈として機能します。なぜなら、スキルを磨いている部隊にとって、その作業が起こりうるタスクに関連していることは理にかなっているからです」と、退役した米軍プランナーであるDakota Woodは同アウトレットに語った。


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Zelensky adviser suggests possible retreat from key city
Russia is encircling the strategically important Artyomovsk, and Kiev’s forces are weighing their options, says Alexander Rodnyansky
Ukrainian forces in the embattled city of Artyomovsk may be considering a retreat, an economic adviser to President Vladimir Zelensky claimed in an interview with CNN on Tuesday.

Alexander Rodnyansky stated that Russia is attempting to encircle Artyomovsk (called Bakhmut in Ukraine) by using the best troops from the Wagner private military company. He told CNN’s Isa Soares that Kiev’s forces would retreat or “strategically give up” the city “if they believed the costs of holding it outweigh the benefits.” Rodnyansky added that the Ukrainian military “is obviously going to weigh all the options.”

“So far, they’ve held the city, but, if need be, they will strategically pull back – because we’re not going to sacrifice all of our people just for nothing,” the presidential adviser claimed, arguing that it was ultimately up to the military to decide if and when a withdrawal was required.

Rodnyansky stated that the region west of the city had been fortified and that if Kiev’s forces pulled out of Artyomovsk, Russian troops would not be able to advance quickly. “Make no mistake, our counter-offensives will be around the corner soon,” he insisted.

Artyomovsk is part of a 70km Ukrainian defense line created since Kiev initiated the fighting in Donbass in 2014. Russia claims sovereignty over the city along with the rest of the Donetsk People’s Republic.

In a months-long campaign, Russian forces, primarily Wagner members, have systematically captured settlements around the city and now have Artyomovsk surrounded from the north, south, and east.

CNN also spoke to a Ukrainian soldier who wished to remain anonymous, and who described the situation in Artyomovsk as “much worse than officially reported.” “We should add another 100% difficulty to the official reports. In all directions. Especially in the northern direction where the [Russians] have made the biggest advance,” he said.

Ukrainian Deputy Defense Minister Anna Malyar stated on Tuesday that more reinforcements are being sent to the strategically vital city. This was confirmed on Wednesday by the head of Wagner, Evgeny Prigozhin, who said Kiev had sent tens of thousands of its best fighters to Artyomovsk. “They are putting up fierce resistance. The bloodshed of the battles is increasing every day,” Prigozhin noted.

Meanwhile, Kiev’s Western backers have reportedly called on Zelensky to cut his losses and withdraw. The Ukrainian president previously declared that “nobody is going to surrender Bakhmut,” but has recently changed his tune after Kiev’s forces suffered significant losses. The Ukrainian leader now claims that the city will be held “while it remains reasonable” to do so.






CNNはまた、匿名希望のウクライナ人兵士に話を聞いたが、彼はアルチョモフスクの状況を "公式報告よりはるかに悪い "と表現している。"公式報告にもう100%困難さを加えるべきだ。すべての方向で。特に(ロシア軍が)最も進出している北の方向で」と述べた。



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@ドリコレ12: 「武漢の地下鉄では、初期の研究で、地下鉄にいる人の汗からスパイク(タンパク質)を検出することができました。つまり、スパイクは分泌物中に出てくるということがわかったのです。そこで問題になるのは、個人と環境に影響を与えるのに必要かつ十分な量はどの程度なのかということです。ファイザーの緊急用アプリケーションの67ページの一番下に、「妊婦がいる場合は、4週間その人と肌を合わせたり、同じ部屋に入ったりしないように」と書いてあることが分かっています。つまりファイザーは何かを知っていたのです...何かが排出されているとしたら、それはウイルスの毒性粒子部分です。まあ、これは気になる特徴ですね。"

ワクチン流出?"It's Not Just Through Opting In with a Needle" (針で刺すだけではない

- 吸入
- 皮膚との接触
- 性的接触
- 受胎
- 授乳
ナオミールウルフ: "ワクチンの内容物への暴露を、性的接触と受胎を含むと定義している。それが何を意味するのかさえ誰にもわからないが、医師のオフィスで針で選ぶだけでは済まないのだ。"
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Bakhmut は、これまでのところ 21 世紀最大の戦いのようです。
Bakhmut が死傷者の点でアレッポを上回っているかどうかを判断するのは難しいですが、IMO では、装甲の量、砲兵の密度なども大きくなっています。モスルには「より多くの部隊」が関与していたが、10万連合軍の*多く*は紙の上でしか参加しなかった
ファルージャ 2 やラッカ 2 のような、数千の戦闘力しかなかった戦闘についても言及されています。それは、バフムートの正義の範囲を完全に果たさない、ゆがんだ見方です。ワーグナーのほとんどと何万人もの AFU 兵士は、何ヶ月もの間、*極端な*激しさで戦ってきました。
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ワクチン後 陰茎に障害が出る人がいます

- 陰茎静脈血栓症(血栓) - モンドール病
- 陰茎新生物(悪性病変)
- 陰茎扁平上皮癌(癌)-発見されないと、リンパ系に広がり、全身に回り始める。
- 陰茎感染症(潰瘍、発疹、ただれ、痛みなど)
@ak_america: "これらの害は(ファイザーの)臨床試験中に知られており、ワクチンが展開される前に人々の注意を引くことはなかった。"
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Why is the Covid-19 lab leak theory back in the headlines?
The US is reviving the pandemic blame game as a countermeasure to China’s public opinion offensive
For most people in the world, Covid is over. We have successfully moved on. We don’t let it worry us anymore or undermine our lives, and the harshest restrictions, apart from a few places, are firmly a thing of the past.

However, there’s one lingering aftermath of the pandemic which refuses to go away, and that’s the political blame game. Over the past few days, the US government has again been cultivating the “lab leak” conspiracy theory, claiming that the Сovid-19 virus originated from a laboratory leak in the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

The re-emergence of these claims seems random, but it has been coordinated across the administration. First, the US Department of Energy issued a report on the matter, then US ambassador to China Nicholas Burns called on Beijing to be “more honest” about Covid origins, which was followed by FBI Director Christopher Wray making his statement.

The question is: why are they doing this? And why now? The answer is, yet again, the US is weaponizing this conspiracy theory in a bid to undermine China publicly. Specifically, the goal is to create a public distraction from several issues China has been focusing on lately. One of those is the chemical disaster plaguing the US state of Ohio after last month’s train derailment, and the Biden administration’s bungled response to it. The other is China’s Ukraine peace plan.

For three years, the US has used the Covid-19 pandemic as a public opinion weapon against China across a number of areas, openly scapegoating Beijing for the pandemic and its consequences, while also seeking to depict China’s response to the pandemic negatively. Examples include: framing China as culpable for a coverup, claiming China is responsible for the worldwide spread of the virus, depicting China’s lockdowns as brutal and inhumane, and of course, spreading the laboratory leak theory, which has never been taken seriously by credible biomedical experts.

It seemed that by 2023, the dismay and struggle of the Covid-19 pandemic was finally over, as even China forfeited its “zero-Covid” policy and moved on with life as usual. Not so, says the US as it begins weaponizing the lab leak theory yet again, which is quickly circulated and endorsed by the mainstream media. Ironically, the same media have very little to say about the fallout of the environmental disaster in Ohio, or the credible report that the Nord Stream pipelines were actively sabotaged by the United States.

Of course, it is no coincidence that these events are, as it happens, the precise reason for the coordinated re-emergence of the laboratory leak theory. Following the drama and anti-China hysteria promulgated by the recent “spy balloon” incident, Chinese state media and commentators have hit back at the US by relentlessly criticizing the Ohio disaster, using that as a public opinion offensive of their own. In addition to that, Beijing has tried to influence the direction of the Ukraine war by proposing a peace plan of its own, one which does not support Washington’s objectives in the country, calls for compromise, and has subsequently been dismissed by US officials.

What does the US do to respond to this? It reignites the lab leak theory to distract the conversation. There’s no evidence provided to the public, but the sensational statements by American officials never fail to be amplified by the media, with the result being whipped-up public outrage against China. Then the US moves from one anti-China “meme” to the next. It is because of this constant public opinion manipulation that it has become impossible for Washington and Beijing to normalize and stabilize their ties, which is leading to a vicious circle and becoming inherently dangerous.

In conclusion, the concerted re-emergence of this theory is critical evidence of how the US manipulates global discourse and public opinion. In this particular scenario, however, the US is not using the lab leak theory to pursue any specific policy goals, such as manufacturing consent for sanctions, but is doing so as a tit-for-tat distraction against China’s focus on the Ohio chemical disaster. Whether this tactic will work is up for debate. The world has had enough of the Covid blame game, and, without some hard evidence, the lab leak theory will never be as effective a narrative tool as it once was.








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Kremlin responds to Ukrainian denial of raids into Russia
Putin’s spokesman has rejected Kiev’s assertion that it wasn’t involved in the recent incidents
Moscow believes that Kiev is responsible for a recent spate of attempted attacks on Russian soil despite Ukrainian claims to the contrary, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Wednesday. His remarks came after the Russian Defense Ministry said drone attacks had been repelled in various parts of the country.

During a call with journalists, Peskov was asked to comment on a statement by Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky’s top aide, Mikhail Podoliak, who suggested earlier on Wednesday that Kiev “doesn’t strike” Russian territory. Peskov replied that Moscow “doesn’t believe” those claims.

According to a daily report from the Russian Ministry of Defense on Wednesday, ground forces shot down or disabled ten Ukrainian UAVs that were aiming to strike Crimea.

The ministry said separately that two drones were neutralized early on Tuesday when they were trying to attack targets in Russia’s southern Krasnodar and Adygea regions. Local officials also reported drone incidents in Belgorod, Bryansk, and Moscow regions on Monday and Tuesday.

In a Twitter post on Wednesday, Podoliak described the raids as “internal attacks on infrastructure facilities by unidentified flying objects.” Ukrainian officials typically deny or do not confirm involvement in incursions inside Russian territory, but have said that they view sites in Crimea as legitimate targets. The peninsula voted to leave Ukraine and join Russia shortly after the 2014 coup in Kiev. Ukraine has refused to recognize the new status of the area.

Moscow launched its military operation in the neighboring state a year ago, citing the need to protect the people of Donbass and Kiev’s failure to implement the 2014-2015 Minsk peace accords. Russian regions that share a border with Ukraine have since been repeatedly shelled.

In December, drones attacked the Dyagilevo and Engels military airfields located 500km (310 miles) and 700km (435 miles) from Ukrainian-held territory respectively. Moscow said that Kiev was behind the raids.




ポドリアク氏は水曜日のツイッター投稿で、今回の襲撃を "未確認飛行物体によるインフラ施設への内部攻撃 "と表現しています。ウクライナ当局は通常、ロシア領内の侵攻への関与を否定、あるいは確認しないが、クリミアの施設を正当なターゲットと見なしているという。この半島は、2014年のキエフでのクーデターの直後、ウクライナから離れロシアに加わることを投票で決めました。ウクライナは同地域の新たな地位の承認を拒否している。



・・・700km飛ばせるドローンはどこの産物でしょうか。攻撃地点はGPSで指定している? ドローンが高度化しています。
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Blinken finds ‘positive elements’ in Chinese peace plan for Ukraine
The US secretary of state said Beijing’s 12-point plan had aspects to it that echoed Kiev’s own suggestions
Beijing’s recently proposed roadmap to resolving the Ukraine crisis includes several “positive elements” but ultimately rings hollow because China has not provided any support to Kiev, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken claimed on Wednesday during his visit to Uzbekistan.

The top diplomat noted that China’s proposal even contained some points found in Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky’s own peace plan, such as the need to respect the sovereignty and territorial integrity of all countries.

However, Blinken stated that if Beijing was serious about its plan, it “would have been spending all of the last year working in support of the restoration of Ukraine’s full sovereignty,” while Moscow carried out its military operation in the country.

Instead, Blinken says China has been advancing “Russian propaganda” about the conflict, providing economic and diplomatic cover for Moscow amid tightening Western sanctions and even allegedly contemplating sending military aid to Russian forces.

Last week, China unveiled its 12-point plan to resolve the Ukrainian conflict, which included calls for resuming peace talks, condemning unilateral sanctions and upholding the sovereignty and territorial integrity of all nations.

The plan was welcomed by Moscow, which supported the notion of resolving the ongoing conflict through peaceful means. The Kremlin noted, however, that it saw no opportunity for a political resolution to the crisis at the moment.

Meanwhile, Kiev’s backers in the West have brushed off Beijing’s proposal, with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg stating that China didn’t have “much credibility” in the issue. Western leaders have instead focused on repeatedly warning China against considering supporting Russia’s military campaign.

Blinken has stated that such a move would create a “serious problem” for US-China relations and result in Washington sanctioning any Chinese company that violates US sanctions or is “otherwise engaged in supporting” the Russian military operation.

China has rejected claims that it plans to provide any lethal aid to Moscow and has accused the US of hypocrisy and of fueling the conflict in Ukraine by continuing to send billions of dollars worth of weapons to Kiev.








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Ukraine warned it will have to pay for weapons
A top Pentagon official has insisted that Kiev eventually needs to foot the bill for some shipments
Ukraine should eventually pay for some of the weapons it receives from its Western backers, the US Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, Celeste Wallander, told Congress on Tuesday.

Speaking at a House Appropriations Committee hearing, Rep. Michael Garcia (R-Calif.) said that it would be important for the US to initiate foreign military sales to Ukraine, rather than providing Kiev with arms for free, claiming that it “would go a long way with American taxpayers.”

Wallander responded that while the Ukrainians had actually bought some weapons themselves, they “haven’t done any big figure procurement from American companies.”

“They don’t have that scale of capability in their budget right now… but it’s a very good point that we also need to transition them to start their own defense spending planning as well as everything else we will do to support them,” she said.

Since the start of the Ukraine conflict more than one year ago, the US has committed more than $31.7 billion in security assistance to support Kiev, including M1 Abrams tanks, hundreds of artillery pieces and thousands of anti-aircraft systems. Russia has repeatedly warned that arms shipments to Ukraine will only prolong the conflict.

While US President Joe Biden has vowed to support Ukraine for “as long as it takes,” that stance has faced some opposition, especially from the Republican Party. Earlier this month, a group of GOP lawmakers put forward the Ukraine Fatigue Resolution calling on Washington to “end its military and financial aid to Ukraine” while urging “all combatants to reach a peace agreement.”

Late last year, Republicans introduced a resolution spearheaded by Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, calling for an audit of US aid to Ukraine. However, it was narrowly defeated in the House of Representatives in early December.

下院歳出委員会の公聴会で、マイケル・ガルシア議員(カリフォルニア州選出)は、キエフに無料で武器を提供するのではなく、アメリカがウクライナに対外軍事売却を開始することが重要であると述べ、"アメリカの納税者と共に長い道のりを歩むことになるだろう "と主張した。

これに対してワランダー氏は、ウクライナ人は実際に自分たちで武器を購入したことはあるが、"アメリカ企業から大きな額の調達をしたことはない "と反論した。




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