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Posted in: Biden tells Putin Russia must crack down on cybercriminals See in context

@theFu:

Good response, thank you

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Posted in: Biden tells Putin Russia must crack down on cybercriminals See in context

There are thousands of cyber security students who would love to be unleashed on Russia, China, NK, Iran, and other locations.

Really, that many? Not all have gone back to China, I guess..

So why won't these geniuses you talk about apply their mad cyber skills to develop some decent cyber security around key IT infrastructure?

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Posted in: Biden tells Putin Russia must crack down on cybercriminals See in context

Good job, Joe. While you are at it, why not also hold Putin accountable for street shootings, galloping inflation and the draught in California?

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Posted in: Plane with 28 on board crashes in Russian Far East See in context

Apparently the human factor was the cause, though it seems that the plane itself was very dated, too..

Given the rate of air accidents, I think Russians were not meant to fly

Check the stats, you would be surprised

https://www.statista.com/statistics/262867/fatal-civil-airliner-accidents-since-1945-by-country-and-region/

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Posted in: Chinese astronauts make first space walk outside new station See in context

We better get the space force up there to

Yep, let's call call Buzz Lightyear

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Posted in: Chinese astronauts make first space walk outside new station See in context

Good job, China!

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Posted in: Biden pushes effort to combat rising tide of violent crime See in context

Perfect - thank you. Couldn't have posted a better example of the far-right media hate machine's lies and propaganda....most from Russia....

And we have a winning solution to the problem - blame the CCP, the Russians, North Korea, global warming - whatever you can think of and it'll sure work!

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Posted in: Japan says China's military strategy unclear, of serious concern See in context

Your first mistake is quoting The Guardian. They are very far from a reliable source of honest information.

I see. They don't fit your believes, so they are not reliable. That's convenient.

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Posted in: Japan says China's military strategy unclear, of serious concern See in context

China is the worlds biggest danger today.

Really? According to The Guardian, US is a bigger threat to democracy than China or Russia, so who is right?

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/world/2021/may/05/us-threat-democracy-russia-china-global-poll

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Posted in: Japan says China's military strategy unclear, of serious concern See in context

The comments accusing China of this and that are just hilarious. The US and Europe have done much worse things in their histories, yet that doesn't seem to bother anyone.

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Posted in: Putin praises summit result, calls Biden a tough negotiator See in context

Putin's remarks show he is a true politician and a diplomat. He didn't need to talk Biden down, Biden did it himself during the summit. Pompeo said it best: "The fact that you are not prepared to stand 6 or 8 feet from your adversary and tell the world what you talked about, the things you care about, and why you care about them, shows an enormous weakness."

And then, of course, the joke of a press conference Biden held afterwards with only pre-approved questions and no Russian media allowed.

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Posted in: China launches first crew to live on new space station See in context

Laughable. China is only several decades behind the US.

It's the other way around, actually. But I know that it must be hard to admit.

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Posted in: China launches first crew to live on new space station See in context

Way to go China! What a progress.

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Posted in: Teacher in Japan literally picks up truant kid, carries him out of house to make him go to class See in context

Heck, if a teacher acts like this in your own house, what is she like in a class? No wonder the kids didn't want to go to school.

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Posted in: U.S. Navy says carrier group operating in South China Sea See in context

China doesn't feel that way, not enough to take a gamble.

I certainly hope so.. Too much tension in specific regions and the world in general. War, what is it good for, right?

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Posted in: U.S. Navy says carrier group operating in South China Sea See in context

go toe-to-toe with the USS Ronald Reagan.

Such a ship would be an easy target for a Chinese hypersonic missile

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Posted in: Biden promises to lay down 'red lines' to Putin; NATO addresses China challenge See in context

Puttie is not even man enough to attend a joint news conference because he knows what the questions would be and knows Biden would answer them.

NY Times says it's Biden who is afraid of a joint conference.

"Instead, Mr. Biden will face reporters by himself after two private sessions with President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia, a move designed to deny the Russian leader an international platform like the one he received during a 2018 summit in Helsinki, Finland, with President Donald J. Trump."

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/06/12/world/europe/biden-putin-g7-summit.html

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Posted in: Biden promises to lay down 'red lines' to Putin; NATO addresses China challenge See in context

"Biden promises to lay down because he doesn't know what to say" -- a more accurate title of the article

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Posted in: After G7, Biden says he's reestablishing U.S. credibility See in context

Do you seriously believe that before this, LIbya under Ghadaffy was a wonderfully harmonious and peaceful society?!?

Comparing to what it is now, yes, it was a prosperous and stable country, which, by the way, was effectively controlling the flow of immigrants to Europe.

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Posted in: After G7, Biden says he's reestablishing U.S. credibility See in context

America’s back in the business of leading the world alongside nations who share our most deeply held values,

Did the world ask for this? Or he thinks that G7 represents the world?

“brain death” of NATO

NATO has been brain dead for good 30 years now.

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Posted in: China cautions G7 that 'small' groups don't rule the world See in context

Their history is bloody war history.

Just like the history of most countries back in the day, so? Some Western countries have risen to power purely on bloodshed (think colonies).

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Posted in: Biden urges G7 leaders to call out and compete with China See in context

It should be as discreditable for a person to say he's a communist as it is to say he's a Nazi. We have over 100 million corpses stacked just since the year 1917 as proof of that.

Where is that proof? And while you are at it, check how many people have been killed in different countries through wars and revolutions started by the "democratic" countries.

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Posted in: Putin says he hopes Biden will be less impulsive than Trump See in context

Unlike Russia in the US one may speak their mind without fear of being sent to a gulag somewhere very cold

Right, we all saw that during the latest presidential election and also in January. Freedom of speech my @ss.

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Posted in: Putin says he hopes Biden will be less impulsive than Trump See in context

Such discourse "is part of U.S. political culture where it's considered normal. By the way, not here, it is not considered normal here," he said.

Good response to call out the typical American cowboy bravado that works only for the US audience and is considered BS in the rest of the world.

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Posted in: G7 pledge to share vaccines, make a fairer global economy See in context

What's the use of the G7 group anyway, given that we have G20? Some countries in G7 are neither the richest nor have any say in global politics (even if they want to believe they do).

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Posted in: Hong Kong to censor films for national security breaches See in context

Ah, the good old Bruce Lee movies! Be water, my friend.

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Posted in: Biden calls on world leaders to join U.S. in sharing coronavirus vaccines See in context

“We’re doing this to save lives, to end this pandemic, and that’s it,” he said.

Right, of course you are. Not because you want to catch up to China and Russia in the vaccine diplomacy race.

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Posted in: Russia hits 9 Canadian officials with sanctions See in context

@HonestDictator

I respect your right to believe that these "democratic" governments are not corrupt, manipulative or deceitful, let's just leave it at that

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Posted in: Russia hits 9 Canadian officials with sanctions See in context

fully functioning democratic system (not a sham controlled by a select few...)

Give us an example of such a country (and yes, the US or its proxies in Europe don't fit in here)

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