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Posted in: Kishida visits Cambodia, also one of China's key partners See in context

Japan funds Cambodia building bridges and etc as long as the contracts go to companies with their headquarters in Japan. Of course it's hardly just Japan but after USA and Germany, Japan is the next worst. China is the best of the major "foreign aid" donors.

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Posted in: Latest developments in Russian invasion of Ukraine See in context

If this was true, if I was Zelensky, I would be ready to run and run fast.

Zelensky ran on a platform of ending the war and repairing relations with Russia. Shortly after he was elected, he went to the front line and "asked" the Azov Battalion to stop shelling Donetsk. They laughed at him, gave him a kick up the backside and sent him on his way. So Zelensky had a choice to make, combat the Azov Battalion and by extension, NATO or combat the Russians.

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Posted in: Latest developments in Russian invasion of Ukraine See in context

Where are those who claimed Australia, Canada and New Zealand were fascist states led by tyrants. Mighty quiet when your Putin shows his inner-Stalin.

Are you suggesting Stalin was a fascist. Makes sense in these Orwellian times. The man who made by far the greatest contribution to the defeat of fascism was a fascist and the guy in Ukraine who bans TV stations, social media platforms and political parties critical of his regime is a model democrat. Really frightening times. Fascism has returned. Just as Trotsky said the inexorable tendency made inevitable.

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Posted in: Latest developments in Russian invasion of Ukraine See in context

before the war he had already had the leaders of various parties arrested and banned at least 2 along with ordering the closure of 6 TV stations and the blocking of the most popular social media platform in the country. This is the regime western leaders call "democratic". And the scary thing is, the general public in the west largely go along with it.

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Posted in: Japan to slap new sanctions on Russia defense officials See in context

Russian oil shipments are down 30% compared to January. They are reducing the price per barrel dramatically to attract buyers so far unsuccessfully.

A 20% discount on prices which have risen over 40% this year. I don't think they are overly concerned.

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Posted in: Australian cricket star Warne honored at private memorial See in context

Liked a ciggie or two, liked a drink or two, had weight problems, went on a crash diet.

Did you know this?

Nope. But I read he was thought to be in excellent health. No known issues with his heart.

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Posted in: Australian cricket star Warne honored at private memorial See in context

Fully vaccinated and was thought to be in excellent health but succumbed to a heart attack.

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Posted in: Ukraine sees room for compromise, as 20,000 escape Mariupol See in context

He's trying to turn the country to rubble in the most pyrrihc of victories.

He's desperately trying not to do that because it's going to be incorporated into Russia. If the Russians wanted to turn any part of Ukraine into rubble, fuel air bombs would do that. It'd take less than 10 to completely destroy Kiev and they'd also kill anyone hiding underground.

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Posted in: Ukraine sees room for compromise, as 20,000 escape Mariupol See in context

According to RT and the civilians fleeing, well at least according to the translation, they were only allowed to flee because Russian allied Ukrainian forces forced open the corridor by taking the eastern district of the city.

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Posted in: Russian airstrike escalates offensive in western Ukraine near Poland border See in context

The world is unified in standing behind Ukraine

Do you realize China, India, Brazil, Indonesia, Pakistan, Nigeria, Argentina among many other countries have refused to make any statement against Russia? Does "the world" merely consist of USA lackey states?

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Posted in: Russian airstrike escalates offensive in western Ukraine near Poland border See in context

Why set up biolabs in Ukraine and not in Fort Detrick, Maryland?

Why 26 biolabs in Ukraine?

And why do they keep changing the story? At first they didn't exist and the idea they did was nothing but Russian disinformation. The mainstream media

Then they existed but only to store Soviet bio weapons. Why they wanted to store them which is against international law and why they were worried about the Russians gaining control of the labs is anyone's guess.

Then they were to destroy Soviet bio weapons. Okay, that makes sense. How long does it take to destroy bio weapons??? And why were they worried about the Russians gaining control of the labs?

Then it was to do research into vaccines. Okay, makes sense and perfectly innocent. Why set up such research labs in Ukraine and why 26 of them? Why worry about the Russians getting the research?

Then they existed to "prevent the production of biological weapons". Say what? That is just someone in the CIA poking fun at the intelligence of the general public.

The according to the president of Ukraine, they were "engaged in ordinary science … not military technology”. Makes sense. Why worry about the Russians gaining control of a few Bunsen Burners?

The last explanation I'm aware of is that they were "diagnostic and biodefense laboratories", not bioweapons. That is more gaslighting of the general public. A defensive and offensive bioweapon is merely according to one's arbitrary definition.

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Posted in: Russian airstrike escalates offensive in western Ukraine near Poland border See in context

geography isnt the redeeming factory, its that he was a facist dictator, see the similarity with Putin?

Yep, Putin is a fascist while the Azov Battalion, Right Sektor, C14 and etc and the state that mandates the army, conscripts and volunteers, take the official Nazi-era pledge of allegiance are democracy loving liberals.....

Frightening stuff. The ruling class has the masses exactly where they want. Next they are going to cancel elections. Next the measures taken in Canada (freezing bank accounts and throwing peaceful protestors in jail without bail) are going to become international and permanent.

If it's not because of a pandemic or Russian disinformation, they'll find another excuse which the media and Big Tech will bombard the general public with until the general public not only accepts but demands such measures.

And this will be censored in minutes.

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Posted in: Ukraine accuses Moscow of medieval tactics; humanitarian crisis deepens See in context

And when Putin's military come for whichever country his online army members are originally from, will they continue to post pro-Putin messages or perhaps go live somewhere in the Russian Federation.

What are you raving about?

The only thing stopping the civilians evacuating Kharkiv, Mariupol and etc to safety in Russia is the fact they are basically being held hostage by the neo-Nazis who know going to Russia or Belarus means certain and swift death for them. Liquidating those 1000s of the hardest of the hardline neo-Nazis will be a devastating blow for the overall regime so Russia won't let them escape and the regime won't give up on them no matter what.

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Posted in: Ukraine accuses Moscow of medieval tactics; humanitarian crisis deepens See in context

They are free to evacuate the cities and go to Russia or Belarus. Problem is, the neo-Nazis want to evacuate with the civilians they are basically holding hostage and if they evacuate to Russia or Belarus, the said neo-Nazis are deader than friend chicken.

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Posted in: War fears mount as Ukraine mobilizes; Russia evacuates diplomats See in context

pariah: an outcast

Putin, and Russia as well, are both about to become really big pariahs. Enjoy life in your self-constructed bubble.

That's right. Any regime unfriendly to NATO (even though the majority of the population of several of those NATO countries are unabashedly pro-Russian and anti-American) is "a pariah"?

Most of the world hates NATO. Even a large part of NATO hates NATO. This will make Putin more popular than ever in most of the world.

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Posted in: War fears mount as Ukraine mobilizes; Russia evacuates diplomats See in context

That Neo-Nazi claim would have been more impactful before Putin's little blood and soil speech.

So the "Right Sektor" and "Azov Battalion" militia's aren't neo-Nazis? That'll be news to them. They are, or until now have been, very proud of the fact.

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Posted in: War fears mount as Ukraine mobilizes; Russia evacuates diplomats See in context

The vast majority, at least up to the Dnieper, including Kiev will support the Russians. Even in the west they are absolutely fed up with NATO's puppet neo-Nazi militia's running wild, above the law.

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Posted in: Russia pushes into Ukraine; West hits back with sanctions See in context

If you live in a prosperous & democratic country near one of these powerful dictatorships, be careful!

Ukraine is "prosperous and democratic"........ God have mercy. What has the corporate media done to the brains of these people........

Ukraine was somewhat prosperous 8 years ago. Not compared to Norway but compared to Romania, Bulgaria, especially Albania and etc. Now it's by far the poorest country in Europe. Even compared to Albania.

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Posted in: Russia pushes into Ukraine; West hits back with sanctions See in context

Block their SWIFT network.

Good idea. And have Germany and etc hire enough armored guards and trucks to occupy Paris, deliver the cash money to the Russian central bank in Moscow for the oil, gas and etc.

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Posted in: Russia pushes into Ukraine; West hits back with sanctions See in context

The Finns were later able to turn the tables and march into Leningrad

Say what? Is this some alternate reality? There is a very famous siege often referred to, "The 900 days". The fascists fought and failed to enter the city for 900 days.

But it is something a lot of people talk about. Why didn't Stalin punish Finland severely? Rumor is that he had a pro-Finnish bias because at one point he escaped the Tsarist secret police hiding out if Finland at which time he first met Lenin.

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Posted in: G7 ministers agrees to urge Russia to defuse Ukraine tensions See in context

I don’t really care what word they use to call the coup/revolution/whatever, I was just addressing your assertion that “Even now opinion polls show the majority of the population is against NATO membership” which seems to be incorrect.

I was demonstrating the fact the article and figures it shows are clearly biased.

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Posted in: G7 ministers agrees to urge Russia to defuse Ukraine tensions See in context

That used to be the case, but since the Russian takeover of Crimea and especially with the threat of Russian invasion looming over their heads for the past few months support for joining NATO has increased significantly.

The last time “Against” beat “For” joining NATO in polls in Ukraine was 2014:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ukraine%E2%80%93NATO_relations

Good one. I noticed they called the coup "an uprising" and "a revolution" rather than a coup. I also noticed polls in the same year in the same month go from a much larger % against to a much larger % for (NATO membership). Just goes to show Stalin was right when he said, "Those who cast the votes decide nothing. Those who count the votes decide everything."

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Posted in: G7 ministers agrees to urge Russia to defuse Ukraine tensions See in context

and turn it to a pro-NATO country.

Ukraine is not a pro-NATO country. Even now opinion polls show the majority of the population is against NATO membership. I know it's absurd to suggest NATO countries care what the majority of the population want but it'd be more accurate to say, "the coup regime in Ukraine is pro-NATO", not "Ukraine is pro-NATO".

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Posted in: Takagi wins individual Olympic speedskating gold See in context

Good girl.

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Posted in: Valieva case boosts drive to raise age limit at Olympics See in context

The task at hand is to fully investigate how a banned substance found its way into Kamila Valieva blood stream

If Russian coach Eteri Tutberidze, coaching staff, doctors and trainers are involved and found complicit then examples have to be made.

The fact it's acknowledged not to be a PED but banned for a similar reason as weed is banned, the fact Russians have been wildly publicized getting into trouble with it previously and the fact it took 6 weeks to come to light is stupidly rotten. So ridiculous it seems like a Russian scam meant to discredit WADA and the lab in Stockholm.

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Posted in: Valieva case boosts drive to raise age limit at Olympics See in context

Definitely, is they aren't old enough to legally ====, they should be home with their mothers watching it on TV. 16 seems about right, 18 okay anywhere so perhaps the Olympics meet it halfway and say 17.

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Posted in: Unvaccinated Djokovic says he is prepared to skip French Open, Wimbledon See in context

Also the problems with his infection certificate would make him much more closely observed, and it would be extremely easy to do a test and confirm he was not vaccinated, making your suggestion of fraud useless.

So on top of vaccine passes, certificates and etc for vaccines acknowledged and proven not to work, you support people being pulled aside and subjected to blood tests to determine if the vaccine wasn't a harmless fake?

Freaky stuff. This would have been considered a dystopian nightmare 3 years ago.

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Posted in: Australia urges China to denounce Russia over Ukraine See in context

Someone needs to give the dog called Australia a kick before it gets run over.

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Posted in: Australia urges China to denounce Russia over Ukraine See in context

Someone needs to get the dog called Australia a kick before it gets run over.

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Posted in: Unvaccinated Djokovic says he is prepared to skip French Open, Wimbledon See in context

Just go to a clinic in Serbia and get a saline shot. To be the undisputed GOAT is more important than making a statement against the vaccine tyranny.

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