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Posted in: U.S. offers no concessions in response to Russia on Ukraine See in context

Destroy all their bases east of Germany.

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Posted in: S Korea says North Korea test-fired 2 cruise missiles See in context

Most advanced countries in hypersonic missile tech:

Russia

China

North Korea

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Posted in: Gov't OKs Pfizer COVID vaccine for children aged 5-11 See in context

Some children can't survive if they come into contact with air. I don't see the government mandating that every single child must live in an enclosed, airtight room. Would be ludicrous, wouldn't it...

I think you mean 'unfiltered air' but it's ok, your basic point is 100% correct.

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Posted in: Australian Open under pressure over 'optional' COVID tests See in context

Er... @Sanjinosebleed, he was deported because he lied about his whereabouts on the 14 days

Nonsense. According to the state itself, his visa was revoked because one sad little politician wanting his name in the newspaper deemed Djokovic a threat to the safety of the Australia public, a law enacted to allow for the deportation of ISIS and Al Qaida recruiters and fundraisers.

It's true his manager did tick the wrong box on the entry form. I did the same thing coming into Japan once. The customs agent merely said, "You mean *** don't you"? I ticked the right box and went about my business. That's obviously why the state didn't use that as a reason for the visa being revoked.

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Posted in: Russia says it will take nothing less than NATO expansion ban See in context

But you can't name a single one.

Arsen Avakov, Sergei Korotkykh, Oleg Tyahnybok and many more. In the top posts and in the posts below them.

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Posted in: Russia says it will take nothing less than NATO expansion ban See in context

What you think is irrelevant, it's a well know fact, admitted by Mr. Zelenskiy himself.

Firstly, I'm at ethnic Scandinavian from a Scandinavian country. Most workers in Scandinavia hate neo-Nazis, just like Ukrainians. The regime far from hates them, just like Ukraine.

So he is a Jew? Okay. And the point is?

Any numbers to back this fascinating generalization up?

How popular was the now ruling regime when it was in opposition and promising to end the war and seek good relations with Russia and how popular is it now?

Ukrainians killed every single one of them, right? Or probably WW2 has something to do with this?

No. Some were able to flee to Poland. Nazis shipped others to Germany for slave labour and themselves killed some. "Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists" killed most. Overwhelmingly women and children. Impossible to say how many but probably something like 25% fled to Poland, were shipped to Germany for slave labour or killed by Nazis. And OUN killed 75%.

Of course the war had something to do with it. Without the war those fascists wouldn't have had the opportunity to carry out their heinous, mass-scale crime.

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Posted in: Russia says it will take nothing less than NATO expansion ban See in context

Cool story, do you know how much actual "nazis" (the far right party Svoboda) got on 2015 parliamentary elections? Less that 5%.

I think it was way less than 5% but the regime still has several of it's members in key government posts.

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Posted in: Russia says it will take nothing less than NATO expansion ban See in context

How come a "nazi" country has a Jewish president, I wonder.

Ukraine is not a "Nazi" country. The regime relies on Azov Battalion, Right Sektor and other neo-Nazi groups to stay in power. In return, several minsters in the regime come from these groups and are recorded in videos and images giving Nazi salutes. The vast majority of the population hates the neo-Nazis and the regime.

I know for a Ukrainian to glorify Nazis is taking self-loathing to ridiculous levels but maybe that's why most Ukrainians hate them.

I don't think the president is a Jew. If he were, it would say more about him than anything else. We know the regime glorifies the "Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists" from the war. How did they treat Jews? Ditto for Poles. Poles made up about 30% of the population in 1940. When the Red Army arrived in 1944, there were basically zero Poles in western Ukraine. What happened to them?

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Posted in: Russia says it will take nothing less than NATO expansion ban See in context

lso Russia: omg, but why would you seek protection from NATO, Ukraine? Help, I feel threatened!

The Ukrainian people don't feel threatened. Even corporate media admits it. The regime and neo-Nazis propping the regime up feel very threatened.

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Posted in: Russia says it will take nothing less than NATO expansion ban See in context

Doesn't Russia know anything about the supposedly "obsolescence" of tank warfare?

If I were to have a wild guess, I'd say the Russians know more than anyone else about warfare. They most certainly know about hypersonic missiles which the fascist powers admit they have no defense against.

If the Russians were to say something to the end of, "these NATO facilities in Eastern Europe which NATO promised us would never exist are going to disappear by the end of the week. Any local armies and civilians are advised to keep well away from them. Any attacks coming from any country on Russian infrastructure, will see a terrifying response on those countries." What could the fascists do? Launch nukes most of which the Russians would intercept over Japan, Canada and Eastern Europe and then prepare for the counter attack which wouldn't be intercepted?

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Posted in: Djokovic loses deportation appeal in Australia See in context

Australia is a tyranny. No more major international sporting events in Australia!

This may be a blessing in disguise if it means international sporting events in Australia are cancelled permanently. It's largely up to the major sponsors who are mainly in China.

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Posted in: U.S., Japan agree to keep troops on base to curb COVID spread See in context

Try saying that to a US MARINE in his face and see what happens lol

Frightening..... Though if that US MARINE is unarmed, almost certainly only a risk of physical violence for women and children.

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Posted in: U.S., Japan agree to keep troops on base to curb COVID spread See in context

@virusrex

Do you know the difference between "relative risk reduction" and "absolute risk reduction" as it relates to vaccines? I asked you previously. You didn't answer the question, merely provided a link which I think explained it. Not sure. I didn't look. I know what it means. I actually took the radical step of researching it myself. Do you know?

And do you know why a placebo group along with a vaccine group is used in vaccine trials?

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Posted in: Over 500 people taken to hospitals in Tokyo after falling due to snow See in context

Spare a thought for the people of Hokkaido.

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Posted in: Transgender woman referred to prosecutors for using Osaka ladies room See in context

all toilets unisex, and build walls from the floor to the ceiling.

It would be a safety hazard before even thing about the cost to tax payers.

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Posted in: Djokovic denied entry to Australia; has visa canceled See in context

The point of vaccines is to preserve the healthcare system and not necessarily to save your life. If not enough people are vaxxed

I know they recently changed the definition. I don't need or want or want the rest of your diatribe. Read it too many times previously though.........

You have an accident, heart attack, something medical happens

Are you inadvertently referring to my second question without realizing? That is: Why do they use a placebo group and a vaccine group during vaccine trials?

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Posted in: Djokovic denied entry to Australia; has visa canceled See in context

No surprise when others put your life at risk because they are stupid and/or afraid of getting a jab.

Assuming you got the jab, it was because you were afraid of coronavirus. He had coronavirus and evidently, didn't fear it. Know he knows his immunity is far stronger than anyone relying on the Big Pharma vaccines, he'd have to be an utter moron to take it without massive coercion.

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Posted in: Djokovic denied entry to Australia; has visa canceled See in context

Because getting the infection is inferior to vaccination,

Ok. Obviously nothing or no one will ever turn you against the dogma of vaccination. If I can just ask, do you understand the difference between 'relative risk reduction' and "absolute risk reduction' as it relates to vaccines?

a fact highlighted by the fact that he has got Covid twice already.

He hasn't. That's why they claim to be denying him entry. Because he recovered from infection more than 6 months ago.

Risk of heart attack isn't one of the rare side effects of the vaccine.

Ditto for my first point. Another question. Do you know why they use a placebo group and a vaccine group during vaccine trials?

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Posted in: Djokovic denied entry to Australia; has visa canceled See in context

in the last analysis, only one thing is 100% clear. Without the leading star of the Australian Open, it’s a huge, HUGE blow to both the tournament and to its reputation, as well as Australia’s reputation as a reliable sporting center.

It's really time this 4th grand slam tournament moved to China. If you look at the sponsors, most of them are Chinese using Chinese characters in the advertisements.

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Posted in: Djokovic denied entry to Australia; has visa canceled See in context

Well he got covid in 2020 and that "natural immunity" wore off because he caught it again who knows how many times?

As opposed to the limited 2~3 month immunity from the vaccine or + 10 days after the booster?

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Posted in: Djokovic denied entry to Australia; has visa canceled See in context

LOL! Looks like old Novak may have been falsifying his immigration documents. Bad move, Djoke, bad move! Maybe he can organize his own rival tournament in Serbia for the unvaxxed?!

Should've gotten vaxxed and all this could have been avoided.

Go Rafa!!

There are some key differences between the two spanning politics and immunology.

In politics, one is from an former socialist country where the general population is still openly sympathetic to such societies. And the government has absolutely rejected NATO membership and disallowed NATO forces using any part of it's territory or airspace for anything.

The other from a long-term fascist country which was a founding member of NATO.

To that end, during the shutdown of the tour one of them organized a fund to assist the lower ranked players who don't get huge paychecks. He personally paid the most into it. The other refused to contribute but instead got onto social media to show off his US$ 1 million watch.

This is why the ruling classes of the West hate one of them and do their best to condition the general public to hate him as well.

Insofar as immunology, both are immune to coronavirus. One got got infected before being vaccinated and one got infected after vaccination.....

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Posted in: Australia's COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations hit new records See in context

Yes, we have record numbers of cases in eastern Australia. However, the research from South Africa shows the virus will peak in the next few weeks and case numbers will drop quickly. Japan has yet to see the mass-infections of omicron and don’t kid yourselves, they are coming.

The vast majority of infections in Australia aren't Omicron.

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Posted in: Unidentified person enters North Korea from South in rare border breach: Seoul See in context

There are more and more of these stories about people in South Korea "escaping" to North Korea. If South Korea is a such capitalist paradise, why don't they let people freely go to North Korea if they want?

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Posted in: Food shortages feared in UK as new Brexit rules kick in See in context

The potato famine in reverse.

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Posted in: South Korean court orders sale of confiscated Nippon Steel assets See in context

Failure to do so will result in Japan and her allies

Which allies are those?

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Posted in: South Korean court orders sale of confiscated Nippon Steel assets See in context

Japan has no respect at all from it's neighbors! How could it? American occupation come to Japan and do whatever they like and the Japanese government pays them to do it! There needs to be regime change in Japan, the occupation forces need to be kicked out immediately and Japan seek normal relations based on mutual respect with Russia and China. Do that and Korea, both north and south will start treating Japan with respect. They won't have any choice but to do that.

As is, why the hell would Korea, north or south, respect Japan?

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Posted in: All U.S. forces in Japan exempted from virus tests since Sept: Hayashi See in context

Of course. The occupiers can do whatever the hell the like and if Japanese people don't like it, they can get out. At this point, a Chinese or Russian invasion of Japan would be a war of liberation against the occupiers.

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Posted in: Community transmission of Omicron spreads in western Japan See in context

The denial is stronger with this variant. Start boosters now.

Frightening stuff. Even the most fanatical regimes of the vaccine cult freely admit the Big Pharma vaccines are "not very effective" against the Omicron variant, we still have entities begging for a third shot and counting of the experimental and dangerous concoctions.

How easy people are beaten down and dominated to such an extent, they willingly go along with such contradictory (at best) instructions.

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Posted in: G7 warns Russia of massive consequences if Ukraine invaded See in context

So much so that all the former Warsaw pact nations with the exception of Ukraine (apologies for adding the "the". I should know better.) and Belarus rushed to join NATO.

Yep and the ruling classes absolutely forbade any referendum on the issue and then except in Germany, made it illegal to carry about opinion polls on the question.

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Posted in: G7 warns Russia of massive consequences if Ukraine invaded See in context

Tell that to anyone from Eastern Europe.

Russia has a huge amount of support in Eastern Europe largely as a result of the events that led the Red Army to being there. Much to the chagrin of ruling classes all over the world, probably including the Russian ruling class. They are just like American, German and etc ruling classes. Their Swiss bank accounts are far more important than German and American backed neo-Nazis running wild and terrorizing the population of the Ukraine.

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