Mordac comments

Posted in: Fierce battles rage in Bakhmut as Ukraine calls for planes See in context

NATO better get off their A$es and start giving the Ukrainians serious weapons ASAP,

What serious weapons are you speaking of? NATO's latest aircraft? Takes well over a year of training and they are no match for S-300s, 400s and 500s regardless.

Or do you mean nukes?

2 ( +8 / -6 )

Posted in: Record 94% of Japanese 'do not feel friendly' toward Russia: survey See in context

The Japanese population may well think that but the 'business community' it seems doesn't share those sentiments. Over 90% of the companies HQ'd in countries which have imposed sanctions on Russia have stayed in Russia. Japanese companies in Russia have actually increased by 2% over the last year.

-1 ( +4 / -5 )

Posted in: Record 94% of Japanese 'do not feel friendly' toward Russia: survey See in context

If only they had ordered a savage invasion, sorry, 'incursion' on a neighbouring state.

Because Western regimes have never done that.......

2 ( +7 / -5 )

Posted in: Record 94% of Japanese 'do not feel friendly' toward Russia: survey See in context

Putin likes Putin, and to a dictator who is also a homicidal maniac, that is all that matters.

On the one hand, Western regimes and the 'free press' call him a dictator and on the other, lament the fact opinion polls demonstrate how he is so popular. While the unelected leaders of the EU strut around ordering lockdowns, buying ineffective vaccines they personally profit from, prohibiting protests and etc.

Not surprising. Only surprising how easily they csn get the sheep to go along with their nonsense.

-1 ( +5 / -6 )

Posted in: Chemicals found in Tokyo residents' blood may be due to contaminated water from U.S. base See in context

How much longer can the ruling regime stop the people rising up against the occupiers? On top of the criminal, uncivilized behavior and environmental contamination, they are now a huge drain on the economy. And the only purpose they serve from a military perspective is to ensure Japan is a target for the very powerful weapons arsenals of 3 of it's 4 neighbors. Unless their only purpose is to stop the independent development of Japan.

-4 ( +4 / -8 )

Posted in: Trump rebuked for call to suspend Constitution over 2020 election See in context

What forced him to flee to Russia?

What was he (Edward Snowden) facing extradition for?

1 ( +1 / -0 )

Posted in: Australia unveils joint cyber police taskforce to 'hunt down' hackers See in context

The first rule when it comes to catching skillful hackers:

If all the evidence points to X being the culprit, it probably wasn't X.

1 ( +2 / -1 )

Posted in: N Korea says missile tests were practice to attack South, U.S. See in context

"the US has a no first strike policy"

That is patently incorrect. USA reserves the right to use nukes in the event of, 'surprising military developments' along with retaliation. They call it, 'stategic ambiguity'. A nice sounding name for a barbaric and murderous doctrine.

-1 ( +1 / -2 )

Posted in: N Korea says missile tests were practice to attack South, U.S. See in context

Over the last few years, the number of Koreans escaping, and I mean 'escaping', to the north has dramatically increased.

-2 ( +2 / -4 )

Posted in: Russia declares end of mobilization for Ukraine See in context

”The other sides opinion” being the one that recommended drowning kids and is unable to utter the word, “war” for fear of being imprisoned.

The guy said it on Russian language RT and was immediately fired. RT's been banned in the west for many months.

But why not let us see how bad it is for ourselves. Like you know, the Russians do?

-9 ( +2 / -11 )

Posted in: Russia declares end of mobilization for Ukraine See in context

Did I hear RT News referred to as a reliable source?

Who would know? It's been banned in the 'free, democratic societies' of Europe and North America. Because speaking as a European, apparently we are just too stupid and impressionable to be allowed to hear/read the other sides opinion......

-12 ( +2 / -14 )

Posted in: Russia declares end of mobilization for Ukraine See in context

Yesterday in Prague there was the biggest protest in over 30years. Protestors calling on the government to stand down, Czechia's withdrawal from NATO and friendly relations with Russia.

This is happening all over Europe. 2 days it was Romania. Last weekend Germany and France. The NATO goon squad better pull back from its N@zi lackeys in Ukranian or the lose its goon squad ruling out any more carpet bombing campaigns against Afghan farmers, Iraqi oil workers, Libyan shepards and etc.

-12 ( +3 / -15 )

Posted in: U.N., G7 condemn Russian attack on Ukraine as possible war crime See in context

there is a possibility that civilians and civilian building were hit by fragments of Russian missiles shot down by western air defense systems. Only a possibility, but we will never know, because Zelensky has banned all media in Ukraine that he doesn’t control.

He's also banned Ukrainians from uploading footage of the strikes. Because of the lack of civilians being killed doesn't make for 'good optics' for Western audiences.

-6 ( +5 / -11 )

Posted in: U.N., G7 condemn Russian attack on Ukraine as possible war crime See in context

NY Times casting doubt on the effectiveness of Russian missiles because 'only' 19 people were killed. And G7 and UN condemn Russia for possible war crimes..... Couldn't make this stuff up. Open barbarism is upon us and they don't even try to disguise the fact anymore.

-3 ( +5 / -8 )

Posted in: Ukraine, West denounce Russian referendum plans for occupied regions See in context

yes, instead of entering the correct target coordinates, they’re entering the number of wash & rinse cycles

This is coping mechanism. Just because you don't like it doesn't change the fact they are a powerful civilization. Though not sure why so many Anglo-Americans are so upset by the fact. Maybe because the very year USA became the major capitalist power, the Russian Revolution closed off a very large part of the world to capitalist exploitation? The American ruling class is furious but why does the average worker have a problem?

Anyway, best to just leave them alone. No coups, no military alliance bases near their borders. No meddling in their internal affairs. Do that and the Russians just drink vodka, talk about Lenin and be happy. But don't do it and they become deadly serious.

-7 ( +7 / -14 )

Posted in: Ukraine, West denounce Russian referendum plans for occupied regions See in context

Why are you people so angry about people on the other side of the world democratically choosing for themselves?

-11 ( +7 / -18 )

Posted in: Ukraine, West denounce Russian referendum plans for occupied regions See in context

Abandoning washing machines on the field of battle should have an especially harsh penalty.

The Russians are so smart they can get chips from washing machines to power hypersonic missiles. NATO powers still can't get them working with the latest Sillicon Valley chips.

-10 ( +7 / -17 )

Posted in: Ukraine, West denounce Russian referendum plans for occupied regions See in context

Why should Albanians in Kosovo get a democratic choice but not Ukrainians?

-10 ( +8 / -18 )

Posted in: Putin mocks West; says Russia will press on in Ukraine See in context

Ukraine is running out of fighting age men but it's ok because Washington and Brussels have found novel solution. From October 1 Ukrainian females of fighting age are forbidden to leave the country and are to be conscripted. Except like the for fighting age guys, they will be able to pay a steep fee to get out of conscription. But in the interests of equality, at least US/NATO style equality, pregnant women and mothers of young kids won't be spared from conscription.

Ruling out women or pregnant women from combat would be a bad move. What's would stop Ukranian guys identifying as women and getting pregnan? The regime may be #azi friendly but they aren't bigots.

-4 ( +3 / -7 )

Posted in: Putin mocks West; says Russia will press on in Ukraine See in context

All I am saying is that for the past 7 months

According to Western media, Putin has been at deaths door since the coup in the Ukraine (7 years ago?) and subsequent liberation of Crimea.

-1 ( +6 / -7 )

Posted in: Suga's medical adviser urges tougher anti-virus measures See in context

What % of the population has been vaccinated now? Weird how they don't seem to be slowing infections.

-3 ( +2 / -5 )

Posted in: Tokyo reports 4,989 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 18,822 See in context

One dose of vaccine does not make a person vaccinated against delta. It has been shown that two doses are necessary against this variant,

You are seriously pushing on with the, by this point, delusion any of the vaccines in use in Japan are effective? They aren't. It's only a question of whether they help prevent severe illness. Still too early to say.

-23 ( +2 / -25 )

Posted in: China sentences Canadian to 11 years in case tied to Huawei See in context

you'd kind of expect something like this would eventually happen in either country.

This is precisely as I would have said to the Huawei lady doing business in USA and Canada.

0 ( +1 / -1 )

Posted in: China sentences Canadian to 11 years in case tied to Huawei See in context

Only the Canadian state would be so self-rightous as to cry victim when citizens are made political prisoners in response to Canada first taking a political prisoner.

-4 ( +1 / -5 )

Posted in: Immigration agency admits to mistreatment of Sri Lankan before her death See in context

Is someone going to be arrested for manslaughter?

0 ( +6 / -6 )

Posted in: Tokyo reports 2,612 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 10,574 See in context

Last week Tues number of tests conducted was 9928 for positive number of 3709, a positivity ratio of 37.4%

Today number of tests is reduced by 4840 from last week (today test no is 5088) and positive no at 2612 - positivity ratio of 51.3%

Sounds like only sick people are submitting themselves for testing. How strange.....

-10 ( +5 / -15 )

Posted in: Nagasaki marks 76th anniversary of atomic bombing See in context

This is false. The Japanese government can ask the US to leave at any time

They can ask but to no avail unless the occupier agrees.

5 ( +11 / -6 )

Posted in: Tokyo reports 4,066 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 14,472 See in context

No but perhaps they should test those that request like other developed by do.

Right. So if I go into the hospital with a torn muscle, as I did a month ago, they should test me for coronavirus? A very nice lady approached me when I went in. She asked me in English about any coronavirus sympyoms. I told her it was an injury, not sickness. The end result was that the incompetent morons didn't test me for corinavirus.

-3 ( +6 / -9 )

Posted in: Tokyo reports 4,066 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 14,472 See in context

Test less find less. Well done.

Should Japanese authorities grab perfectly well people off the street and forcibly swab them for the virus?

-21 ( +9 / -30 )

Posted in: In ROC disguise, Russia has plenty to celebrate at Olympics See in context

In a way, the Soviet Union is as much to blame as the imperialist powers for making the Olympics just as much a political contest as a sporting contest. Way back they basically said, "the imperialist powers are taking this seriously. We should win the most gold medals and then see how much they want to politicise it."

They should have ignored them or set up a parallel competition and made it about sport.

-2 ( +0 / -2 )

Recent Comments

Popular

Articles, Offers & Useful Resources

A mix of what's trending on our other sites


©2023 GPlusMedia Inc.