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Posted in: Japan hopes to deepen friendship with Taiwan under new president Lai See in context

Taiwan has had western help - direct and indirect - since the late 1940s, allowing it to establish itself and fend of Beijing's attempts at reunification. US has sent large fleets, military aid, military actions etc.

This amounts to "illegal military intervention". Again, didn't see the UN authorise this.

Oh, there is a consistency issue with the smoke blowers.

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Posted in: Japan hopes to deepen friendship with Taiwan under new president Lai See in context

It's a little tough to claim something you never controlled

A certain capital has never controlled the Donbass or Crimea. That hasn't stopped some quarters asserting it is theirs, has it. But they apply the reverse to Taiwan!

Again, consistency needed.

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Posted in: Japan hopes to deepen friendship with Taiwan under new president Lai See in context

Still the elephant in the room is complete lack of UN recognition.

Beijing's claim is legit, as it was with HK and Macau. Just because the KMT nationalists/fascists/blue-shirts retreated there is irrelevant.

Can't just cherry pick because one loathes Beijing. Show some consistency.

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Posted in: WikiLeaks founder Assange wins right to appeal against extradition order to U.S. See in context

The NYT and other media organisations worked with JA to publish information that was in the public interest.

They are not being prosecuted.

It's a huge lie that people were put at risk.

The US was covering up its extensive record of war crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan. The is a fact. Ruthless mass killings, gunning down of journalists, rapes and all many of crimes many of which children were victims.

JA blew the whistle on this this and that is his "crime".

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Posted in: Japan hopes to deepen friendship with Taiwan under new president Lai See in context

Relevant to add this is about strengthening relations with a breakaway entity that has completely zero UN recognition.

And another example of lack of consistency when it comes to these sorts of entities.

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Posted in: Pentagon vows to keep weapons moving to Ukraine as Kyiv faces a renewed assault by Russia See in context

And Moscow will keep making sure they burn on the battlefield. The blowtorch will remain applied. UAF will not be allowed to recover from this one.

As of today, the Kyiv-regime has no legitimacy even on paper. The 5-year mandate expired Tuesday. Further complicates hypothetical peace negotiations as Moscow cannot deal with an illegitimate entity to guarantee future deals will be upheld.

Hurtling towards classic failed state stuff.

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Posted in: Protestors block New Caledonia roads as French police pour in See in context

A stronger country invading a much smaller country... Funny you say it because that's what is happening right here. France is invading the indigenous land of the Kanaks. Or as chief colonialost puts it, they are "reconquering".

All the votes in that occupied land have been rigged by the occupiers. There are many successful islands nations in the Pacific that don't need thieves from the other side of the world to run them.

The smoke blowing double standards from the 'Taiwan/Ukraine should be free' NATO crowd is astonishing.

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Posted in: Protestors block New Caledonia roads as French police pour in See in context

This is essentially a slave rebellion against their colonial masters.

Certain lands can have freedom and independence, others enjoy no such privilege.

Macron is a hypocrite.

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Posted in: Taiwan's new President Lai in his inauguration speech urges China to stop its military intimidation See in context

Always relevant to keep in mind is this breakaway province of China has no UN recognition.

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Posted in: Iran's president, foreign minister and others found dead at helicopter crash site See in context

They have been confirmed dead - president and foreign minister.

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Posted in: Congo army says it stopped attempted coup involving U.S. citizens See in context

Why does a coup or disaster hit every country that gets closer to Russia and away from Washington's hegemony? Such a bizarre coincidence!

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Posted in: Iran's president, foreign minister and others found dead at helicopter crash site See in context

First images of crash site up close just released moments ago. Side of mountain, heavy foliage, twisted wreckage everywhere, no sign of life.

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Posted in: French forces smash roadblocks in bid to clear key New Caledonia road See in context

Paris is definitely launching a colonial crackdown to violently suppress an indigenous rebellion against the overlords. The chief colonialist there announced the intention to "reconquer". A nasty piece of work indeed.

Macron finally gets troops on the ground and his own little special military operation, just not where he thought. NATO is all eyes-wide-shut on this ruthless hypocrisy.

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Posted in: Russian court freezes assets of two German banks in gas project dispute See in context

Wrong - Russia holds western assets too. The thieves who participate in the theft of Russian assets abroad won't get away with it scot-free.

Germany will be begging to reopen business with Russia down the track. Years from now, but they will be down on their knees grovelling.

They know they shot themselves in the foot economically.

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Posted in: At least 11 killed as Russia presses forward with offensive in northeastern Ukraine See in context

Yep, more important moves from Russian command. Slow and steady, draw out the UAF units and deal with each in turn. Kyiv regime forces and their command are sending them in one by one.

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Posted in: WikiLeaks' Julian Assange faces U.S. extradition judgment day See in context

The US is persecuting a journalist/publisher.

They have no right to petulantly lecture other countries.

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Posted in: Georgia's president vetoes media law that has provoked weeks of protests See in context

Russia is also building a naval base in Abkhazia at Ochamchire.

So, they can forget about joining the EU anytime soon.

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Posted in: History says tariffs rarely work, but Biden’s 100% tariffs on Chinese EVs could defy the trend See in context

To assert the west doesn't have subsidies and protectionism is fundamentally dishonest.

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Posted in: U.S. to have official in Tokyo dedicated to monitoring China See in context

And these are the same people that want China to take their position on Ukraine.

Beijing understands the turncoat-nature of the relentless threats from the US.

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Posted in: Georgia's president vetoes media law that has provoked weeks of protests See in context

They will override the veto as there is no wish to go through and become the next Ukraine.

Country sailed close to the wind in 2008 and got a taste of it.

Everyone knows the NED and others are behind these rent-a-mobs.

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Posted in: Poland invests $2.5 billion into fortifying border with Russia and Belarus See in context

And one can guess these assigned funds will actually be spent correctly on defensive fortifications unlike a border area elsewhere, where they were embezzled.

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Posted in: Putin concludes trip to China by emphasizing its strategic and personal ties to Russia See in context

And for those of the bean counters out there that come to the realization that a China-Russia partnership is not in the interests of the collective west and attempt to coax Moscow out of it with future concessions or inducements (or threats), there is news for you:

Russia will not be a turncoat, as so happens easily in other countries. Never have, never will.

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Posted in: Musk confirms Twitter has become X.com See in context

What happened to Threads?

Became an incredible nothing burger.

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Posted in: Putin concludes trip to China by emphasizing its strategic and personal ties to Russia See in context

Putin began the day by laying flowers at a Harbin monument to fallen Soviet soldiers who had fought for China against the Japanese during the second Sino-Japanese war, when Japan occupied parts of China.

Always tough for that man to visit monuments to that war. Conjures memories of his family from that period - older brother who starved and died a painful death from starvation and dystrophy during the nazi Siege of Leningrad, grandmother ruthlessly killed by the nazis and their accomplices, all his uncles wiped out.

Here he is paying his respects.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aOqX89GN1I8

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Posted in: Putin concludes trip to China by emphasizing its strategic and personal ties to Russia See in context

China and Russia have forged a partnership which is unprecedented. Nixon is turning in his grave at this foolishness by the people who directly caused it.

The Sino-phobic, bloc mentality means no negotiations. Not even for your new dog.

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Posted in: Russia presses offensive into Ukraine but holds off on taking key city See in context

If Kyiv thinks it can sue for peace, they and their sponsors are very mistaken. Soon Kharkiv city will be in 152mm range.

Unconditional surrender.

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Posted in: Slovak authorities charge 'lone wolf' with assassination attempt on the prime minister See in context

Was watching a series of Fico's TV interviews. Didn't realize the extent of his truth telling and honesty. Saw a one-on-one interview and they were discussing the Ukraine issue and he explained how "Ukrainian fascists murdered and burned Russians". He was talking about Maidan and the Odessa atrocity of 2/5/2014.

Urge people to track down his interviews and watch them. No wonder the MSM smear and label him. Hard to find candid people these days.

The media and people who subscribe to the narrative really have it all back to front about him and Orban. One driving force in the national consensus of both lands - especially Hungary - is the fact they both got sucked into two world wars by power politics, each time with disastrous consequences. Both countries know full well that if it goes completely pear-shaped next door (a confrontation with NATO), they will be in the firing line again because of geography and not because they want to be.

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Posted in: U.S. arrests American and Ukrainian in N Korea-linked IT infiltration scheme See in context

Read the headline. Your trusted ally is in on the act too.

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Posted in: French police deployment arrives to secure New Caledonia See in context

This genuine populist uprising in New Caledonia is unlike others which were astroturfing bankrolled by the NED.

The Kanaks are honest people, striving for independence.

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Posted in: French police deployment arrives to secure New Caledonia See in context

The minority colonialists have banned TikTok in New Caledonia because that's what autocratic regimes do to clamp down on populist movements and information. Article indicates a "state of emergency" has been imposed.

Kanaks and south sea islanders (i.e. people from other islands in the region) do make up a majority. France has always ensured rigged elections to thwart them. That too should not be a hard concept.

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