Kjell comments

Posted in: Japan says Sakhalin energy projects do not contradict Russia sanctions See in context

I am sorry, but this does violate US and EU sanctions.

Well, luckily Japan isn't under the jurisdiction of the US or EU.

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Posted in: Japan-China talks over food import ban not held for over 1 year See in context

China is putting economic sanctions on Japan.

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Posted in: N Korea reports 15 more COVID-19 deaths; hundreds of thousands of fever cases See in context

No one's going in and no one's coming out, so what does it matter

Quite a few North Korean defector literally "escape" South Korea to go back to the North.

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Posted in: World's biggest YouTuber PewDiePie moves to Japan See in context

What kind of visa does he have?

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Posted in: EU council chief visits Hiroshima; condemns Russian nuclear threat See in context

This is projection. The Russians haven't made any such threat.

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Posted in: Japan, Ukraine top diplomats agree to keep strong sanctions on Russia See in context

The sanctions are having a greater negative effect on Japan than Russia. Russians can't buy Prius cars but Japan is still buying oil, gas, fish, metals and much more and paying much more for it than before the sanctions. Uni Qlo closed but it's not as if Russians can't but Bangladeshi, slave labor made clothing in other shops.

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Posted in: Finland's leaders call for NATO membership 'without delay' See in context

If that were truly the prime purpose of NATO, russia would have disappeared long ago.

Big words from NATO lickspittles. Sounds just like Hitler. How did this thinking work out for Hitler?

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Posted in: Finland's leaders call for NATO membership 'without delay' See in context

Ukraine has never applied for NATO membership, even though it is an aspirational goal of theirs.

No. The far right, extremely unpopular, NATO lackey coup regime in Ukraine had aspirations to join NATO. Of course they did. The majority of the population of Ukraine had/has no fear of Russia. Quite the contrary. As for the coup regime and it's Azov Battalion, Aidir Regiment, C14, Right-Sektor enforcers, they have literally everything they have to fear for.

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Posted in: Finnish PM says joining NATO will strengthen security See in context

Heh, Heh, Heh... Russia is scared.

Heh, heh, heh... Yep, the mighty Finnish armies are coming for Russia!

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Posted in: Finnish PM says joining NATO will strengthen security See in context

As long as they don't allow the population to decide via a referendum, it should be ok. I mean, ok insofar as joining but it will only have negative consequences for the security of Finland. And of course Finland directly participated in the invasion of the Soviet Union and siege of Leningrad.

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Posted in: Russia pummels vital port of Odesa, targeting supply lines See in context

Every strike in and around Odesa is hitting NATO or NATO proxy targets. They not only have to conceal their defensive positions from Russian forces but from the local people who are tripping over themselves to help the Russians.

I know it's not how imperialism works but if it were possible, the best thing to do is leave the Russians (including Ukrainians, White Russians, Kazakhs) to themselves and they'll just swill vodka, pump out little Red Army soldiers and be happy. As soon as they are threatened they sober up and don't stop fighting until they are no longer threatened.

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Posted in: Musk warns Japan will cease to exist if birthrate continues decline See in context

The birth rate is less than 2 kids for every 2 adults. So one doesn't have to be a rocket scientist to work it out. Is Japan going to increase taxes on the richest 2% by at least 3 or 4 times and give it to families to encourage more kids or is Japan going to stick to free market principles and go extinct?

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Posted in: G7 leaders mark VE Day stressing unity, support for Ukraine See in context

More than 80% of Nazi German casualties in WW2 were on the Eastern front. We should be celebrating the brave fighters from the former Soviet Union

Germans calculate 86% of their losses were on the Eastern Front. And about 5% were from the Partizans of Yugoslavia. Another 5% from communist partisan attacks elsewhere in occupied Europe.

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Posted in: G7 leaders mark VE Day stressing unity, support for Ukraine See in context

Now they are "sanctioning" not "censoring" Russian media. Why do they fear the public knowing the Russian perspective so much? If it's so absurd and Russia is evil and all that stuff, wouldn't it be better to let the general public see it for themselves?

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Posted in: Sweden reintroduces border checks, citing 'a serious threat' See in context

Sweden will become a failed state just like the masses swamping the country are used to

Unless they send them back

The majority, or vast majority, are already citizens.

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Posted in: S Korea says North Korea test-fired missile from submarine See in context

Look no further than Libya and Iraq why they are building so many weapons...

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