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 No.1004370[Last 50 Posts]

 No.1004382

Russia hit Keev with missiles today, first time in a month. >Ukraine said the strike hit a rail car repair works; Moscow said it had destroyed tanks sent by Eastern European countries to Ukraine.
Also the US is letting Venezuela ship some oil to Europe

 No.1004383

I dont know how useful it is to bunch everything together but
It sucks to see the people of Yemen die, up to 18 millions estimated by UN and nobody gives a shit.

 No.1004385

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Wales also kicked Ukraine out of the current football thing

heddiw rydyn ni i gyd yn cymru
today we are all wales

 No.1004388

>>1004385
Is Wales Z gang?

 No.1004392

>>1004390
BaZed

 No.1004424

>>1004385
We have to cancel Wales now1

 No.1004434

Since this thread isn't limited to Ukro discussion, what do you all think of the Western Papua conflict? It's been going on since the annexation of Dutch New Guinea by Indonesia and was only escalated during Suharto's genocidal reign. From the outside it just seems like a discriminated native population's struggle for self determination, though there isn't too much info on this subject that doesn't come from Jakarta so I'm not too well informed on the subject.
If any of you anons have any pdfs, articles or any more wisdom, share it by all means

 No.1004445

The Ukro thread isn't in practice limited to Ukro discussion either, so why the fuck does this exist

 No.1004451

>>1004445
Ukro thread just got uncycled anyway

 No.1004456

>>1004445
This new OP sucks as well, still uses outdated links.

https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/viewer?mid=1B1PLMhbHmG1aJ2-QNxHY1TksI6HlNhqF

this should be the link for the current map imo

 No.1004468

https://www.moonofalabama.org/2018/07/secret-us-wars-endanger-africa.html
https://www.colombotelegraph.com/index.php/masks-of-democracy-energy-geopolitics-is-full-spectrum-dominance-the-endgame/
https://thegrayzone.com/2022/05/21/us-somalia-imperialism-military-biden-redeploy/

US is ramping up africa ops to make sure to keep strategic positions.
Meanwhile, russia is using its trade&mercenaries to get closer to africans nations that are sick of the west and offer alternatives security/military deals
france is getting thrown out

 No.1004469


 No.1004472

>condense every conflict into one masterthread
Great way to kill the board, galaxybrains.

 No.1004474

>>1004445
to discuss geopolitics, and not be spammed with war porn, derails, various trolls and shitposters, discussion of russian imperialism and all the cultural shit linked with that shitshow
guess what, geopolitics is not about ukraine war itself, but about its results on the world stage, and there are lot of important shit happening in africa and oceania as well (solomon island-china deal)

 No.1004477

>>1004382
go to ukraine thread ? the only real relevant info is
>the US is letting Venezuela ship some oil to Europe

 No.1004486

>>1004474
Then make just a dedicated geopolitics thread and don't just basically drown out discussion about the greatest war in Europe since 1945.
>(solomon island-china deal)
Then make your own thread about that, has literally nothing to do with Ukraine.

Hey, we should also merge the COVID thread into a general geopolitics thread, or the US politics thread, why not? Let's just close the board, have just one big megathread for everything.

 No.1004489

>>1004468
btw, did you know nuland went to sri lanka and the protests degenerated just after ? really makes you think

 No.1004491

>>1004486
>Then make just a dedicated geopolitics thread
are you fucking retarded ? what do you think is that thread ? hint : look at the title

 No.1004493

>>1004491
This thread is a piss-poor attempt to drown out Ukraine war discussion, do you think imma gonna discuss Solomon Islands, EU, Venezuela, DPRK, China, Ukraine, Swaziland, India, Pakistan, etc. in one single thread?

 No.1004499

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"Ukraine conflict but also everywhere else megathread"

hmmm does this mean this is WW3 first megathread?

 No.1004507

fuck, I just understood, this is NOT the geopolitical thread, its just the uncycled ukraine thread

 No.1004513

>>1004493
>This thread is a piss-poor attempt to drown out Ukraine war discussion
Thats what I think too, but I think its overly optimistic about us talking about other shit before its over
Do we want to make a new one or what? I guess Id do it before we stick in that shit
>>1004507
welcome to garden eden ;)

 No.1004514

I almost find it disrespectful even to the ukrops to simply not talk about it anymore. When its over its over but its with the supply collapse propably the most defining event of 2022

 No.1004517

Yemen needs to be studied from a communist perspective and then apply that knowledge for a possible future PPW. They're the only guerrilla force fighting against a 5th generation military equipped with drones and shit instead of just random park rangers and construction workers in the middle of the Indian/Philipine jungle.

 No.1004553

>>1004517
The secret ingredient is Iran

 No.1004564

>>1004560
r u a hot gril

 No.1004570

>>1004553
yes but lets not underestmate the fighting spirit too

 No.1004580

>>1004553
>>1004570
the real ingredient is that they have Iranian missiles, luckily if you don't have weapons from Iran you can use civilian goods to create rockets

 No.1004583

>>1004580
this is how Palestine can still win

 No.1004596

>>1004472
This is probably literally the stupidest thing I’ve ever seen mods approve of
t. here since 2015

 No.1004609

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 No.1004614

>>1004609
jesus, russians aren't human(Do you want to get nuked for ban evasion again?)

 No.1004620

>>1004614
The Americans imposed shock doctrine on Russia in the 90s and created the worst economic crisis in a nonwar situation which led to this. But Russian oligarchs also made out rich so it must be the Muscovite ethnicity that is the problem

 No.1004628

>>1004620
uygha even the most hardcore neocons were comfortable with the soviet union being around st that point and thought it was a mistake for it to fall apart so suddenly
the collapse of the soviet union was pushed for strongly among the masses and it was soviet bureaucrats that engineered it to mass approval

 No.1004633

>>1004614
Capitalists aren't human.

 No.1004643

>>1004620
>The Americans imposed shock doctrine
Last time I checked it was guys like Yeltsin and Putin who did that although Americans certainly helped in creating the conditions for this.

 No.1004647

>>1004643
>it was guys like Yeltsin
>Americans certainly helped

 No.1004648

>>1004499
i think this is kind of right though.
We all know we are heading toward WW3 but all the individual indicators of it are hidden away in a bunch of different individual generals. I like the idea that this thread should be about the geopolitical big picture as we head into this new era

 No.1004654

>>1004647
Are Yeltsin and Putin american now?

 No.1004657

>>1004654
Yeltsin lost the election, it was rigged and the Americans helped him. Zyuganov won.

 No.1004660

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 No.1004664

If this shit goes on, Ill in the week (at work :P) look into how to make a site purely for a ukraine cyclical. Thats my job after all.
Is that neccessary? At least make it a collextive jannyhood decision.
I think youre seeing quite some disagreement, and if you care for this board youre sleeping over it.

 No.1004667

>WW3 starts
Totally irrelevant nothingburger. Where are the leftists? It's just interimperial competition. Mods, delete this thread.

 No.1004669

>>1004664
cause its shut down everwhere, and I think we all rather want a communist bent rather than going o the tsar loving sphere of the rwapodcast. Even if you disagree.

 No.1004670

>>1004599
Multipolarity and the decline of the American empire abroad is good for communists domestically.
And its collapse into civil war will be good for all the countries under the Damocles sword of mutt Marines and bombers.

 No.1004671

>>1004664
I don't think anyone is actually stopping anyone from just making another Ukraine thread, it just got uncycled because jannies are retards who forgot that the reason they uncycled it is the exact same reason they cycled it to begin with

 No.1004672

>>1004670
Unless Russia get rekt or get quagmired which is clearly the objective of Washington and which is possibly what's happening there. Burgers want to neuter Russia in order to concentrate on China after to keep their domination on the world.

 No.1004673

>>1004599
The Ukrainians literally persecute and slaughter communists. Mikhail Kononovich and Aleksandr Kononovich, chairmen of the Ukrainian Komsomol, are still in SBU/Right Sector torture basements. Two comrades probably of a similar age than most here.

 No.1004674

>>1004671
ok Ill try it in the morning then. Use this and update some links if nobody is quicker

 No.1004676

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 No.1004678

>>1004673
Iran does that too, yet it wouldn't be a victory for the left if the US brought their democracy over there, like always there are many factors at play.

 No.1004683

>>1004676
I hope this isn't true, because I think the ukrops are retarded enough to pull some shit like that.

 No.1004685

>>1004671
Yeah but one has to compile all the links for the intro posts, of which many of the original thread are outdated/got banned, and I guess everyone is too lazy to do that.

Start with Southfront, the ASBMilitary telegram, and a few Twitter accounts off the top of my head:

https://twitter.com/mdfzeh
https://twitter.com/StalinFrog
https://twitter.com/PelmeniPusha
https://twitter.com/I_Katchanovski
https://twitter.com/KofmanMichael

Use those.

 No.1004689

Lay off OP guys, he was acting in good faith.

 No.1004690

>>1004678
Sure, a Russian victory would strengthen the Communist Parties over there (of Ukraine, Donezk, Lugansk, etc.)

 No.1004691

>>1004628
Fall of USSR != shock doctrine

 No.1004693

>>1004599
Containing NATO is heckin based no matter who does it

 No.1004695

>>1004693
The only thing Russia did for now is consolidate and extend NATO.

 No.1004697

>>1004694
>actual leftists have no stake in this fight
Preventing WWIII and to stop NATO encroachment on Russia and return to a collective security system is the interests of anti-imperialists. If by leftists you mean the Democratic Party, the DSA, Maotists, Armchairs, Anarcho-Smashies, etc. then maybe yes.

 No.1004699

>>1004695
yeah lol the only thing Hamas did is making Israel bombing Palestine.
Apropos - maybe listen to Palestinians or Cuba for once.

 No.1004700

>>1004695
>muh NATO is more united than ever!!!
Lol dude. Italy started paying gas on rubles, Hungary is a huge pain in the ass for Washington, Turkey just attacked NATO-backed troops in Iraq and Syria and blocks Finland and Sweden entry into the alliance.

 No.1004702

>>1004695
literal victim blaming. Isnt a secret what NATOs goals are.
Keep Russia out, keep Germany contained, keep Europe on a leash. Wasnt that literally Nuland?

 No.1004706

>>1004694
>actual leftists should stick their heads in the sand until real communism magically appears
>>1004695
Finland is a nothing burger with like 5 million people, also is Turkey still blocking that or no? Turkey already announced their Kurdish invasion iirc so they probably folded already. Yeah as already said, capitalists in Western Europe are looking at LNG prices and questioning their American allegiance more than ever right now

 No.1004707

>>1004702
>keep Europe on a leash
I fucking wish lma

 No.1004709

It's not just the problem of sidelining the massive issue of Ukraine, the thread also seeks to merge every single geopolitical conflict into a general, which is, beyond and ideological perspective, objectively bad for the board.

 No.1004710

>>1004699
>>1004700
>>1004702
>>1004706
Fact is, weapon market is booming and Finland/Sweden are on the verge of joining, while it was absolutely not guaranteed for Ukraine to join without hostility. It's obviously a catastrophic situation for Russia whatever cope you can cook up.

 No.1004713

>>1004707
That is exactly what NATO does, yes:
>>1004702
NATO Secretary General Hastings Ismay said that in the 50s

 No.1004714

>>1004710
srlsy depends. Russia could at least plan it. Them aligning stronger with China is propably good for us. I hope China makes some socdem pressure.
Yeah it aint good, for Russia it rly was a lose lose situation so they took the lose with an end.

 No.1004718

>>1004710
>It's obviously a catastrophic situation for Russia whatever cope you can cook up.
Why should I cope about something that they were doing anyway? NordStream II was killed right before the war. NATO's aims were always open, whether Russia would have intervened or not.

But even if what you are saying is true about NATO (I really don't feel it), the situation for Russia is far, far less catastrophic than it was anticipated by Western analysists. Ironically, their military situation was progressing slower than expected, the only area in which it was assumed they still are world class. But economically they have been showing to be surprisingly resiliant, the area which was expected to be the Russian achilles heel. When it comes to diplomacy outside NATO, Russia didn't face any expected backlash, quite the opposite. Due to rising energy prices, even the fact that they sell a lower amount to India/Pakistan/China (the majority of the world's population) results in an expected increase in revenue.

 No.1004723

>>1004714
China will eventually align with Russia if their military operation fails hard because they don't want a balkanized/destabilized great power which happens to be a rival of their main concurrent.

 No.1004726

>>1004723
already happening, Pal. Theres no backwards for Russia anymore.

 No.1004729

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>>1004711
>huge fucking war in Europe, dawn of a multipolar world order and possible end of unipolarity including a massive economic meltdown with the danger of WWIII
<uncycled
>thread about fringe internet celebrities under 50k subscribers where every single online activity of them is cataloged and analyzed
<cycled

 No.1004731

>>1004710
NATO countries are dumping their weapons stock on Ukraine, lose billions in price hikes, while kickstarting alternatives to the petrodollar and Western trading system, which considerably weaken the power of US imposed sanctions, the recent belly dance to Venezuela show a new balance of powers is coming and it might leave breathing space to socialists states.

 No.1004732

Pretending like the US wouldn't invent new reasons for NATO to stay alive had Russia not invaded is cope
>>1004702
Ah OK he said it's "to keep the Russians out, the Americans in, and the Germans down." Now with Germany as the economic center of Europe, it's clear what effect that now has
>>1004723
They already announced a 'strategic partnership' in a 5k word document released in February

 No.1004736

>>1004732
>Now with Germany as the economic center of Europe
with those Energy prices this will be it for that.

 No.1004737

>>1004729
Cycling or uncycling threads isn't a matter of the thread's content being an important topic, but a matter of it's overall activity so the subject doesn't end up clogging up the catalog.

 No.1004741

>>1004737
ok then just be so fair and also dont janny new threads about the topic away. No cyclical means no containment thread.
Why would you contain something that has no engagement anyway.

 No.1004745

>>1004729
Cycling the thread is what you do to threads you don't want archived.

 No.1004747

>>1004745
fair I guess. I am going to sleep and see how things get. Have a good one leftypol

 No.1004751

>>1004736
doesn't matter since they're the one who hold the most targets of every other coubntry (except france who's neutral and not indebted to germania),so they WILL try to get that fake debt money one way or another.

 No.1004754

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>>1004434
As per usual with this kind of shit, picrel is probably behind it

 No.1004783

this thread sux. i hate change!

 No.1004785

>>1004783
It sucks mostly because it's encouraged the Trots and liberals to start posting again

 No.1004790

>>1004785
well show them that bullying does indeed work.

 No.1004792

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The length lib-"""lefts""" will go to excuse anything about the ukraine is starting to get ridiculous. As I predicted in the last thread, they are starting to paint Azov as liberal heroes.

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 No.1004795

>>1004792
Liberals are authright though.

 No.1004803

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>>1004792
>OMG, Anarcho-Azowism when????

 No.1004817

>>1004785
Here's a list of the liberal trotskyist organizations to avoid
https://inter.kke.gr/en/articles/No-to-the-imperialist-war-in-Ukraine/

 No.1004820

>>1004817
Communists are not infallible, they make mistakes.

 No.1004821

>>1004820
Well the KPRF did

 No.1004822

>>1004821
KPRF makes many mistakes but supporting Russia in the war is not one of them.

 No.1004823

>>1004821
theyre much more popular

 No.1004826

>>1004614
shut the fuck up
>>1004620
this, vid related
>>1004628
if you don't think america was rooting for the death of the USSR from the moment it was born I have a 1 trillion dollar IMF loan for you

 No.1004827

>>1004823
they're also much more revisionist

 No.1004829

>>1004827
Revisionism is good, Marxism is not religious dogma.

 No.1004830

sensible leftists: I am not a Lib
same leftists: Russia is morally bad, theyre not bound to history or material forces

 No.1004833

>>1004829
They have abandoned class struggle for struggle of civilizations. Class traitors in short. If you believe something likewise you're objectively worse than a trotskyist.

 No.1004834

>>1004830
Not bound to history or material forces? Seems like Russia is Posadist gang.

 No.1004835

>>1004826
>vid
>the child prostitutes
anticommunists are not human beings and no action taken against them is criminal or unpermissable

 No.1004837

>>1004833
>moralism
You're BORING!

 No.1004838


 No.1004839

>>1004833
there are multiple factions of them. Some are indeed traitors, some, mostly on the ground are not and dont deserve that insult.

 No.1004841

>>1004830
The exact same logic is applicable to the American Empire, what the actual fuck are you even arguing?

 No.1004842

>>1004829
>marxism is not religious dogma
no but revisionism is

 No.1004843

>>1004842
It's called scientific innovation.

 No.1004845

>>1004841
glad you learned something today. Yes of cause the same is also true for the USA. Welcome to Marxism.

 No.1004847

>>1004843
The great scientific innovation of… opportunism.

 No.1004849

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>>1004599

 No.1004850

>>1004847
As opposed to armchairism.

 No.1004852

>>1004847
opportunism is in general only opportunism when it doesnt work out. Lenin was what youd call opportunist and revisionist, Fidel even more so. And? The outcome is what matters.

 No.1004856

>>1004852
its like the difference between a revolution and a revolt?
The latter loses. Just look into your history book.

 No.1004858

>>1004849
Seriously, that post should be required reading for all anons to teach them to identify glow posting. It's such a good example of gaslighting.

 No.1004865

>>1004599
>both sides are imperialist.
this is only true in the most shallow and loose way possible and is such a profoundly lazy analysis that has been refuted time and time again on here.

1. Russian Federation is itself a product of American imperialism. Russian Federation wouldn't even exist, let alone be the imperialist boogeyman libs make it out to be, if it weren't for American interventionism.

2. Modern Ukraine is also a product of decades of American interventions, soft coups, and efforts at destabilization, regulatory capture, privatization, etc.

3. Russia invading its neighbor after 8 years of its neighbor ethnically cleansing Russians is a lot more understandable than America meddling to make all this happen from across the planet.

 No.1004868

>>1004858
It's really not, believe or not there are tens of thousands of communists around the world having this particular stance. People like you love to caress the idea of burger agents doing psyops but this isn't it. The only thing going on here is fedjacketting by doomers desperate to see something of value in this war.

 No.1004871

>>1004868
I saw a buuunch of Nazis wandering into prison.

 No.1004874

>>1004871
(or better)

 No.1004877

>>1004868
That opinion is wrong and appealing to some mythical popular opinion doesn't make it correct. We need to be ever vigilant whenever a post suggests that leftypol should abide by some popular opinion.

 No.1004878

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>>1004826
Damn, America really is just constantly fighting the demons it created itself. Feels a bit like that old Goethe poem.

 No.1004879

>>1004877
dont we have a leftypol constitution for that, even?

 No.1004880

>>1004628
The majority of the population supported preserving the USSR and socialism. The fall of the USSR was orchestrated from above by a bureaucrat coup.

 No.1004881

>>1004850
you are doing an armchairism right now

 No.1004883

>>1004881
I though about actually fighting but its my exam year and my gf would murder me before. Life is rough man. Also youd call it adventurism., theres no right for you.

 No.1004886

>>1004883
I think you meant to reply to someone else

 No.1004891

>>1004886
No, I meant it as opposite to armchairism.

 No.1004894

>>1004878
Almost everything is blowback when you're the global hegemon who thinks that everywhere is your backyard

 No.1004904

>>1004826
>America backs a dictator who does a coup, steals elections and dissolves parliament and offers him Friedman economics after Gorbachev rejected them, the same economics that Chile suffered, designed to enrich American and Russian oligarchs and impoverish the majority of the country, leading to the reactionary, authoritarian character of the Russian state today, which is supported by a population that remembers the 90s all too well
>Westoid leftists: "and that's why the capitalist Russian Empire must be destroyed by NATO"

 No.1004947

>>1004868
- someone finally standing up to the endless mischief and expansionism of the empire has value
- defending DLPRs and kicking nazis and nationalists out of eastern ukraine has value
- making the empire shoot its entire wad of economic warfare and defeating all of it and making it backfire on them has value
- both-sides cucks getting btfo on leftypol has value

 No.1004951

>>1004845
Except your trying to use this dogshit logiv to simp for Russia and encourage others to as well, why?

 No.1004954

>>1004951
>simp for Russia and encourage others to as well
This is the problem with the anti-Z liberals. They think that fighting/ending the war in the Donbass and containing NATO means you have to love Putin and Russian capitalism, which was basically created by the US to begin with. This argument is both stupid and made in bad faith

 No.1004968

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>>1004947
>and making it backfire on them
This, any actual communists in Germany or Britain who want to radicalize the masses will find them very open to ideas once the fertilizer shortage around April results in worsened harvests and the fuel price hikes result in increased prices across the board, because everything uses fuel to produce and transport. Lots of people in the west are going to be made very uncomfortable come winter. And in the US, this only accelerates the pre-existing economic conditions that were giving people class consciousness anyways.

 No.1004972

>Oh, you support resistances to American empire in the Middle East so you must support either Shiite theocracy or "Assadism"
>Oh, you support resistances to American empire in eastern Europe so you're a "Putinist"

 No.1004975

>>1004968
ahh fuck. how bad is it gonna be?

 No.1004976

>>1004973
Russia is capitalist and I oppose that. Ignoring why that is true, is that what you irrelevant nerds want to hear? Is my internet opposition to capitalism supposed to have an effect? Capitalism is a global condition today and as long as that is true then I actually support Russia's nuclear deterrence against the West's
>>1004968
accelerate

 No.1004997

Fucking nobody, NOBODY, on /leftypol/ supported Ukraine's glowie installed government, the repression against Russian speakers, the Banderites, the NATO imperialism, or aggression against Donbass and Lugansk. But the absolute second Russia did something that would stop it, suddenly we're "unprincipled leftists", and "Eastern imperialism okay", and other dogshit excuses. Really fucking puts the cortex in a vortex.

 No.1005000

>>1004997
But did you consider that Russia is capitalist, tankie? This fact really gets the noggin joggin'

 No.1005016

>>1004997
If Russia really wanted to stop it they would be socialist

 No.1005024

>>1005016
Are you really so naïve that you think it's so simple for any country? Especially one that had a socialist government that failed and then was couped? >>1004826

 No.1005025

>>1005024
lol do we actually have people who think the russian government is in any way interested in socialism

 No.1005026

>>1005024
>Tfw ziggas crying about how the USSR was couped yet shill the protégé of the actual man that couped it and was Washington’s man in Moscow
Head….is….spinning

 No.1005030

>>1005025
Why on earth would they be after the US helped install an oligarchy? The oligarchs should be socialist? You don't understand anything, younrefuse historical context, you are a moralizing Westerner
>>1005026
>anti-Z imagining a world where this wasn't the case and supporting nonexistent socialist movements in Russia

 No.1005031

>>1005024
>and then was couped?
Yeah and who was put in power after that coup…?

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 No.1005034

>>1005016
they tried that for 75 years and got btfo by the empire (with some assist from libs and anarkids who called them capitalist and imperialist anyway). it's not easy for a society to go back to something they tried for so long and got fucked for in the end.

 No.1005037

>>1005031
The opposite of socialists? And your claim is that only socialists should be supported, despite only two irrelevant countries in existence having any semblance of a socialist state? This is strangely entitled, as if Russia should be expected to bounce back within 30 years after the USSR fell and shock doctrine destroyed the country
>>1005033
I imagine this is your reaction when you read any history and wonder why the oppressed people didn't simply do communism

 No.1005040

>>1005024
>easy
no it's up the proletariat there is no "russia" my point is this stupid war is a result of capitalism
>>1005034
they got btfo by burraucrats not America

 No.1005041

>>1005031
the current president of Russia

 No.1005042

>>1005040
Yes, capitalism installed by the West. Shock doctrine that was applied to both Russia and Ukraine. Gorbachev probably wanted a transition to capitalism more like China's, and this was prevented via Yeltsin's dictatorship.

 No.1005043

>>1005042
dengist russia would've been pretty beautiful ngl. it wouldve forced post-sino-soviet split china to try a different approach to communism to differentiate themselves from the gorbyists.

 No.1005044

>>1005043
Yes, I must agree with Xi that, assuming Russia was destined to go capitalist anyways, they should have enforced the single party state and retained autonomy and then chose it by choice, instead of hanging on by a thread and then having it forced on them.

 No.1005045

>>1005026
>>1005031
It's like how it makes sense to support Mengistu despite the Military Council being the better option and Mengistu playing the key role in liquidating it. Sometimes your superior option is eliminated by your shittier option, but the shitty option is still better than the other options.
Western leftists really do be like "I voted Obama/Hillary/Biden/Harris as the lesser evil" for years then shit their pants with rage when people take a similarly pragmatic approach to global politics. Maybe burgers should stop playing pick and choose with lesser evilism or socialism when it suits them and people would take them more seriously.

 No.1005051

>>1005045
I co-sign this

 No.1005096

these MF’s talking about “geopolitics” like they even understand it let alone have any real investment in or effect on it

 No.1005105

>>1005096
You're right, ultimately the only two stances are pro-Russia or pro-NATO.

 No.1005106

>>1005105
It is true that only one of those two sides will 'win' in this conflict, yes

 No.1005178

imo there's a better way that OP could've named this thread

 No.1005207

>>1005178
It's a coordinated effort. The actual Ukraine thread, after it was uncycled, just now got spammed to death with random posts till it reached bump limit after people decided to continue to use it.

Clearly there is a group of people who are very unhappy with how the Ukraine thread unfolded.

 No.1005213

>>1005207
>there is a group of people who are very unhappy with how the Ukraine thread unfolded.
the butthurt belt of leftypol

 No.1005231

>Russia is just some grotesque oligarchy, so why shouldn't it become a puppet state for the people who made it into a grotesque oligarchy?

 No.1005251

>>1005213
fuck off NATO cunt

 No.1005360


 No.1005369

>>1005359
Lol, not enough Random Capitalizations
>>1005360
great article
>>1005365
Bro chill it's all good

 No.1005375

dont bother, all is fine. I got trolled :P

 No.1005379

File: 1654503690010.gif (3.86 MB, 240x266, 1546537854174.gif)

>>1005360
>Algeria
>doing an imperialism

 No.1005381

>>1005379
TIme for a Special Military Operation against monarchist Morocco to liberate Western Sahara

 No.1005422

>>1004878
The spirits that I summoned / I now cannot rid myself of again

It's dialectics, baby

 No.1005637

>>1004383
nobody gives a shit because nobody has made a compelling argument to give a shity about poor brown people that my state department never talks about

 No.1005680

>>1005637
They are based because they shoot rockets at Riyadh and Dubai

 No.1005710

>>1005680
based Ansar Allah

 No.1006052

>>1004434
https://archive.md/sI0XE
>>1004517
It baffles me how violently incompetent the Saudi army has been in this war. How many abrams have they lost so far?

 No.1006060

>>1005381
B-a-s-e-d

 No.1006070

>>1005680
They drone attacked an oil port/refinery too.
Big dick Tamil Tigers energy to go after the economic pressure points like that.

 No.1006104

File: 1654554892880.png (116.39 KB, 721x420, sugar-baby.png)

>>1004553
>>1004580
So we basically need a sponsor paying our bills and giving us guns yes or yes, right?
Sadly it looks like no one is willing to become our military sugar daddy

 No.1006108

>>1004383
wWhat? Yemen is one of the hottest places to Care About in the west rn. It takes up a major share of the IG infographic market rn.

 No.1006525

>>1005379
It seems for these guys everything happening in the international theater is imperialism. Two countries decide to partake in an economic alliance of mutual benefit? IMPERIALISM!

 No.1007892

Saudi disbands all Western hajj groups, creates their own portal.

Question & Support
Salaam. Megathread for those of us who were planning on going for hajj. There are so many rumors and conflicting reports.

Twitter post from Official Haramain account: https://twitter.com/HaramainInfo/status/1533847311020920833

Official statement with timelines from the LIcensed Hajj Organisers UK Ltd (4 page document): https://imgur.com/a/4UUYvW2
Official letter from British Member of Parliament and Shadow Minister for International Development to Saudi Ambassador to UK: 2 page letter and 1 page response.
Articles:

https://ilmfeed.com/saudi-launches-hajj-booking-website-for-europe-america-australia/

https://saudigazette.com.sa/article/621455

https://www.middleeasteye.net/news/saudi-arabia-hajj-western-pilgrims-not-able-book-travel-agencies

I received an email from my hajj group saying they are in contact with Saudi and no one knows what the new visa system means. They have suspended payments until they can give us clarity. They said one possible scenario is that the groups can also enter the lottery and then distribute the visas they receive to individuals. My friend, going with another group, was told to enter the lottery as all hajj groups from the US have been told they are superfluous now.

Please post with any information you have as there is zero clarity coming from Saudi and many hajj groups are being secretive with what exactly they've been told.
Multiple reports about prospective hujjaj receiving emails that they've been signed up for a skincare line after putting their emails down for hajj registration.

From r/Islam, what the fuck is going on in Saudi Arabia?

 No.1008788

OH NO NO NO EUROBROS
Explosion Reported at Freeport LNG; U.S. Natural Gas Prices Tumble
https://www.naturalgasintel.com/explosion-reported-at-freeport-lng-u-s-natural-gas-prices-tumble/
>The facility produces about 2 Bcf/d of LNG. The explosion comes at a time when U.S. exports are surging and domestic storage inventories are low. Henry Hub prompt prices fell as much as 30 cents on the news and were trading at around $8.98/MMBtu Wednesday afternoon.
PUTIN'S LNG EXPLOSION IS GONNA MAKE GRANNY FREEZE!

 No.1008794

>>1006104
this needs Kamalas face on it

 No.1008796

>>1006108
should also have a general imho. All fine we have that Ukr thread again. I was afraid that they try to phase it out as they always kinda do on other spaces (as tupidpol per example).
What happens in Yemen is actually to dire to fit in my head completely. Thinking of million pople starving is so evil I cant conceptualize it :(

 No.1008804

>>1007892
Hmmmmm very weird.

 No.1009421

File: 1654750222685.png (715.59 KB, 769x799, ClipboardImage.png)

Sloppy job Mossad.

 No.1009483

>>1009421
it's an non-citing tweet so it's true

 No.1009495

>>1009421
baased af. Northern Syria aka East Kurdistan?

 No.1010117

https://www.zawya.com/en/economy/north-africa/algeria-suspends-spain-treaty-bars-imports-over-western-sahara-o2bdgzrm
Algeria suspends Spain treaty, bars imports over Western Sahara
>ALGIERS/MADRID: Algeria suspended a 20-year-old friendship treaty with Spain that committed the two sides to cooperation in controlling migration flows, and also banned imports from Spain, escalating a row over Madrid's stance on Western Sahara.
>Algerian state media reported the suspension of the treaty without citing any reason, though Algeria had in March withdrawn its ambassador to Spain for consultations because of the Western Sahara dispute.
This won't effect gas exports to the EU but it's a sign of the times

 No.1012824

File: 1655007092161.png (1.08 MB, 1200x675, ClipboardImage.png)

https://thecradle.co/Article/news/11645

'The era of US military dominance in the world is over': Nicolas Maduro

On 11 June, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi welcomed his Venezuelan counterpart, Nicolas Maduro, in an official ceremony at the Saadabad complex in Tehran.

Maduro arrived to the Islamic Republic on 10 June, leading a high-level delegation for a wide range of cooperation talks.

Over the past several years, Iran and Venezuela have been the targets of a severe economic war launched by the west.

The bonds of cooperation between the two countries have proved to be integral to overcoming unilateral sanctions.

During a conversation with HispanTV, Maduro highlighted how Tehran and Caracas are at the forefront of creating a new world that is free of imperialism and colonialism.

>“The era of the United States military dominance in the world is over,”

the Venezuelan president stated.

>“We are living through a time of geopolitical transition that will define the destiny of the 21st century,”

Maduro went on to add, referring to the repercussions of Russia’s military invasion of Ukraine, launched in response to NATO’s expansionist agenda.

>“This is the century of the decline of hegemonic power, and Iran and Venezuela are at the frontline of shaping this process,”

Maduro said.

During the interview, the Venezuelan leader also announced that he will sign a 20-year cooperation plan with his Iranian counterpart.

>“We are going to have a complete day of work with President Raisi and his cabinet … I have come with a solid team to build this new stage. We are working on a roadmap for cooperation that will be signed tomorrow, establishing plans and strategies for the next 20 years of development between Iran and Venezuela,”

Maduro told HispanTV.

He said that Tehran and Caracas
>“have placed their sights on the medium and long term [so that] our strategic alliance will be unbreakable.”

Maduro thanked the Islamic Republic for its help in overcoming the unilateral US sanctions that nearly destroyed Venezuela’s oil industry.

Specifically, Maduro expressed his gratitude to Iran for sending several oil tankers of fuel, additives, and thinners, as well as providing Venezuela with crucial equipment and technical assistance to restore their oil refineries.

Earlier this year, oil industry analysts revealed that Iran’s support had doubled the oil production of Venezuela from 2021. Just last month, the Islamic Republic shipped over one and a half million barrels of gasoline and additives to Venezuela.

The Venezuelan president also confirmed his country’s support for the people of Palestine, describing their struggle as
>“the most sacred cause of humanity.”

He also condemned the west and its allies for remaining silent in the face of Israel’s human rights violations and the genocide carried out on the Palestinian people, and said that Iran and Venezuela will always stand with Palestine.

The Venezuelan president arrived in Iran as part of a regional tour that also saw him visit Turkey and Algeria.

Maduro started his tour this week after Washington arbitrarily excluded Venezuela, Cuba, and Nicaragua from the Summit of the Americas, which took place in the US.

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Guiadomos, is it over?

 No.1012966

>>1012824
Love it
>>1012933
Nice "President of Venezuela" you have there, USA

 No.1012979

How likely do the Anons in this thread think it is that World War III could break out in the near future (by the end of this decade), and if it does happen, do you think like I do that it would probably stay Conventional, 🤔?

 No.1012993

>>1012979
I don't know but kill yourself cuck queer

 No.1013002

>>1012993
I was just asking out of pure curiosity as this is a “Geopolitical” General thread after all, so you don’t need to get all bent out of shape over it, 😂😜!

 No.1013338

File: 1655047201581.mp4 (2.48 MB, 636x360, hd3msjbb22591.mp4)

Juan Guaido was kicked out of a restaurant in Cojedes, Venezuela.

 No.1013345

>>1012979
That depends on how bad things get in the US, if the US government is existentially threatened by rebellion at home it will attempt to direct that anger outward at either China or Russia

 No.1013346

>>1013338
the heck?

 No.1013348

>>1012979
don't really know

 No.1013349

>>1013338
Have radicals smelled blood in the water now that the US is buddying up to Venezuela?

 No.1013451

So what's going on with France and Melenchonhonhon? Anything interesting?

 No.1013519

"Israel" blew up Damascus International Airport
>Damascus International Airport will be out of use for some time after the Israeli attack, likely weeks, possible months. Planes unable to move, runways taken out, big strikes on each runway. Remaining flights redirected to Aleppo, huge cost, air travel in Syria paralysed.
https://nitter.fdn.fr/danny_makki/status/1535603547592704003#m

 No.1013526

>>1012933
now that oil is expensive he is harming US interests

 No.1013531

>>1013526
My absolute face when he is left to rot like Jeanine Anez

 No.1013534

>>1013531
he will be left to rot

 No.1013547

Muqtada Al-Sadr, the Lion of Baghdad is trying to tank the opposition by making his party resign from parliament where they hold the plurality, but his coalition does not have the 2/3 needed.
From yesterday: https://www.al-monitor.com/originals/2022/06/muqtada-al-sadr-threatens-withdraw-parliament
From today: https://nitter.it/SardarSattar/status/1536029430174343169#m

 No.1013607

Reposting some @joshua_landis tweets, paraphrased:
War in Idlib between Assad/Russia and jihadis is about to kick back up again
Https://www.al-monitor.com/originals/2022/06/hayat-tahrir-al-sham-holds-massive-military-maneuvers-idlib

Meanwhile, the jihadi leader in Idlib, al-Jolani is continuing his campaign to find Western acceptance and support. He was interviewed on PBS last year, hopefully that remains his peak
https://aymennaltamimi.substack.com/p/abu-muhammad-al-jowlanis-meeting?s=r&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web

Landis' summary of Russian economic activity in Syria:
>Russia is Increasing its Economic Activity in Syria, not decreasing it b/c of Ukraine, claims Syrian opp.
>Russia has the upper hand in the shipping sector, as well as oil and gas. Now, it is seeking control of the transport sector
https://syrianobserver.com/news/75799/fearing-iranian-expansion-russia-increases-economic-activity-in-syria.html
My take: all economic activity in Syria is good considering they are facing the harshest sanctions the US has ever imposed on anyone. They are also set to join China's BRI. Multipolarity let's fucking go, etc.

Paypal is banning anyone who gives money to Syrians
https://nitter.net/MohammadKanfash/status/1535634201785032704#m

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>>1013526
>Throwing your allies under the bus when it becomes inconvenient for you
How very american.

 No.1013874

>>1012993
i agree with this anon purely for the emoji usage.
>>1012979
>>1013002

 No.1013995

So what are the odds that Krautland and Nippon are covertly using their remilitarization drive that Washington is encouraging to drive the Yanks out of their countries and re-emerge as true global competitors to the US?
Idk but Germany become one of the biggest military spenders on Earth and pushing for nukes seems highly suspect to me

 No.1013997

>>1013995
Germany is pushing for nukes?

 No.1013999

File: 1655085832536.png (826.59 KB, 1088x1472, ClipboardImage.png)

Juan Guiado has now declared himself interim president of Taiwan.

 No.1014005

>>1013848
>The Shah suffered from gallstones that would require prompt surgery. He was offered treatment in Switzerland, but insisted on treatment in the United States. President Carter did not wish to admit Mohammad Reza to the U.S. but came under pressure from many quarters, with Henry Kissinger phoning Carter to say he would not endorse the SALT II treaty that Carter had just signed with the Soviet Union unless the former Shah was allowed into the United States, reportedly prompting Carter more than once to hang up his phone in rage in the Oval Office and shout "Fuck the Shah!".
>His prolonged stay in the United States was extremely unpopular with the revolutionary movement in Iran, which still resented the United States' overthrow of Prime Minister Mosaddegh and the years of support for the Shah's rule. The Iranian government demanded his return to Iran, but he stayed in the hospital.[319] Mohammad Reza's time in New York was highly uncomfortable; he was under a heavy security detail as every day, Iranian students studying in the United States gathered outside his hospital to shout "Death to the Shah!", a chorus that Mohammad Reza heard.
>He left the United States on 15 December 1979 and lived for a short time in the Isla Contadora in Panama. This caused riots by Panamanians who objected to the Shah being in their country. General Omar Torrijos, the dictator of Panama kept Mohammad Reza as a virtual prisoner at the Paitilla Medical Center, a hospital condemned by the former Shah's American doctors as "an inadequate and poorly staffed hospital", and in order to hasten his death allowed only Panamanian doctors to treat his cancer.[325] General Torrijos, a populist left-winger had only taken in Mohammad Reza under heavy American pressure, and he made no secret of his dislike of Mohammad Reza, whom he called after meeting him "the saddest man he had ever met".[326] When he first met Mohammad Reza, Torrijos taunted him by telling him "it must be hard to fall off the Peacock Throne into Contadora" and called him a "chupon", a Spanish term meaning an orange that has all the juice squeezed out of it, which is slang for someone who is finished.
>Torrijos added to Mohammad Reza's misery by making his chief bodyguard a militantly Marxist sociology professor who spent much time lecturing Mohammad Reza on how he deserved his fate because he had been a tool of the "American imperialism" that was oppressing the Third World, and charged Mohammad Reza a monthly rent of US$21,000, making him pay for all his food and the wages of the 200 National Guardsmen assigned as his bodyguards.
>The only consolation for Mohammad Reza during his time in Panama were letters from Princess Soraya saying that she still loved him and wanted to see him one last time before he died.[331] Mohammad Reza in the letters he sent to Paris declared he wanted to see Soraya one last time as well, but said that the Empress Farah could not be present, which presented some complications as Farah was continually by his deathbed.
>n 1979, the Shah left Iran. First, the Shah found refuge in the Bahamas but was later forced to leave. He then sought treatment in Mexico. Multiple recommendations urged the Shah to seek treatment in the United States. In response, the Shah stated:
>"How could I go to a place [USA] that had undone me?"
>In his hospital bed, the Shah was asked to describe his feelings for Iran and its people and to define the country. The Shah, a fervent nationalist, responded "Iran is Iran." After pausing for minutes, he said "Its land, people, and history," and "Every Iranian has to love it." He continued on to repeat "Iran is Iran" over and over.[340] Shortly after, the Shah slipped into a coma and died at 09:15 AM on 27 July 1980 at age 60. He kept a bag of Iranian soil under his death bed.

 No.1014006

>>1013997
I mean that’s what WoosWoos claimed

 No.1014010

>>1013999
Lmao what a loser. Wasn't he trying to butter up China before? I guess he realized they weren't going to take any hard measures against Russia for them, given how they sold out their commercial interest to America.

 No.1014013

So if Finland and Sweden aren't able to join NATO before the end of this year, and the Ukraine conflict wraps up before that, could Russia possibly invade Finland/Sweden?

 No.1014015

>>1014005
>reportedly prompting Carter more than once to hang up his phone in rage in the Oval Office and shout "Fuck the Shah!".
Based Carter

 No.1014017

>>1014013
I really hope this happens.

 No.1014019

>>1014013
lol no, both countries are members of the EU

 No.1014026

>>1014005
worth remembering the entire reason the shah was allowed in the US is because he was one of chase bank's most profitable clients and their CEO david rockefeller pulled strings to make it happen
https://archive.ph/9TOz2

 No.1014031

>>1014005
>He left the United States on 15 December 1979 and lived for a short time in the Isla Contadora in Panama. This caused riots by Panamanians who objected to the Shah being in their country. General Omar Torrijos, the dictator of Panama kept Mohammad Reza as a virtual prisoner at the Paitilla Medical Center, a hospital condemned by the former Shah's American doctors as "an inadequate and poorly staffed hospital", and in order to hasten his death allowed only Panamanian doctors to treat his cancer.[325] General Torrijos, a populist left-winger had only taken in Mohammad Reza under heavy American pressure, and he made no secret of his dislike of Mohammad Reza, whom he called after meeting him "the saddest man he had ever met".[326] When he first met Mohammad Reza, Torrijos taunted him by telling him "it must be hard to fall off the Peacock Throne into Contadora" and called him a "chupon", a Spanish term meaning an orange that has all the juice squeezed out of it, which is slang for someone who is finished.
>Torrijos added to Mohammad Reza's misery by making his chief bodyguard a militantly Marxist sociology professor who spent much time lecturing Mohammad Reza on how he deserved his fate because he had been a tool of the "American imperialism" that was oppressing the Third World, and charged Mohammad Reza a monthly rent of US$21,000, making him pay for all his food and the wages of the 200 National Guardsmen assigned as his bodyguards.
This is the funniest shit I've read all month
Chad Panama

 No.1014127

>>1014031
Oh my god LOL. honorary leftypolers

 No.1014150

Im gay

 No.1014185

Perhaps a bit offtopic, but as a tourist drawn here mostly by revulsion for MSM's complete abandonment of reality, here are two aggregators (still not a replacement for cultivating news feeds in a proper feed reader) to keep an eye out of the MSM blob and maybe find some publications to follow on their own, at this time where it seems we are heading for a cold war overt realignment and all the propaganda that comes with it:

https://monthlyreview.org/
https://mronline.org/
>HISTORY — Monthly Review began publication in New York City in May 1949. The first issue featured the lead article “Why Socialism?” by Albert Einstein. From the beginning, Monthly Review spoke for a critical but spirited socialism, independent of any political organization. In an era of Cold War repression, the magazine published pioneering analyses of political economy, imperialism, and Third World struggles, drawing on the rich legacy of Marxist thought without being bound to any narrow view or party line.
>In 2006, MR began a daily web magazine, MRzine, which in 2017 was migrated to a new project, MR Online, a forum for collaboration and communication between radical activists, writers, and scholars around the world.

And lighter, more of a curio:
https://radindiemedia.com/
>Rad Indie Media (RIM) is a radical media aggregate featuring the work of independent journalists and outlets who produce content that challenge official narratives, dig deep to root issues, and report on the stories and people silenced by corporate outlets.
>RIM is a not-for-profit project started by Lee Camp and Eleanor Goldfield. We’re not supported by any outside funders or entities, so if you can donate to help keep the site going, please do. We do not accept any offers for advertising or sponsorship.

 No.1014244

>>1014150
That's not me, 😂!

 No.1014245

>>1014127
Pls don't insult them like that

 No.1014250

>>1014005
Torrijos I kneel

 No.1014262

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>>1014250
Yeah he was a chad, read a little bit about him years ago but didn't know he was so left wing. Another W for Blanquism gang.
>Torrijos died at the age of 52 when his aircraft, a DeHavilland Twin Otter (DHC-6), registered as FAP-205 of the Panamanian Air Force, crashed at Cerro Marta, in Coclesito, near Penonomé, Panama on July 31, 1981. The aircraft disappeared from radar during light weather, but due to the limited nature of Panama's radar coverage at the time, the plane was not reported missing for nearly a day. The crash site was located several days later, and the body of Torrijos was recovered by a Special Forces team in the first few days of August.
>Torrijos's death generated charges and speculation that he was the victim of an assassination plot. For instance, in pre-trial hearings in Miami in May 1991, Manuel Noriega's attorney, Frank Rubino, was quoted as saying "General Noriega has in his possession documents showing attempts to assassinate General Noriega and Mr. Torrijos by agencies of the United States."[10] Those documents were not allowed as evidence in the trial because the presiding judge agreed with the U.S. government's claim that their public mention would violate the Classified Information Procedures Act. In 1981, Soviet news agency TASS also claimed that the U.S. had caused Torrijos's death.[11]
Really makes you think!

 No.1014471

>>1004826
Is that fucking Paul “imagyn my shock” Watson?

 No.1017090

Rwanda kicks han impealists

 No.1017110

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>>1014005
HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

 No.1017180

>>1017090
glowies found a new strategy it seems

 No.1017187

>>1017090
Based Kagame wrecking Hutus and Dengoids.

 No.1017188

>>1017180
how dare they not tolerate the bourgeois!

 No.1017192

>>1017188
Oh but they do! The humane and totally not exploitative western porkies can operate above the law

 No.1017207

>>1017090
That's great but Kagame is as capitalist as China lol

 No.1017613

>>1017207
So, short story is "don't mistreat my people, only I am allowed to do it!"?

 No.1018541


 No.1018547

>>1017188
Bro shut the fuck up. I swear to god I don't know what's wrong with some leftists but poor countries actually want and need investment.

 No.1018555

Read The Specter of Global China if you actually give a fuck about Africa.

 No.1018561

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>>1004878
>Damn, America really is just constantly fighting the demons it created itself.

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 No.1018572

>>1017090
>so-called investors
very reliable reporting

 No.1018574

>>1018562
>QRD
I'd say just read the Preface and see if it interests you.

I was surprised to find out that that the "China is doing neocolonialism" meme was fully formed in 2017 and people were already addressing it in book form. But as the author points out, it's a really natural preconception, and where people would start from before they do any investigation.

 No.1018585

>>1018555
>>1018562
These are good as well they destroy the Glowie narratives

 No.1019298

File: 1655398848598.jpg (121.84 KB, 1280x855, kharkov flag.jpg)

🇷🇺🇺🇦Según fuentes rusas, las autoridades de las zonas conquistadas por Rusia en Jarkov han presentado una nueva bandera para representar los territorios "liberados".
Por otra parte en la región de Zaporizhzhia y Jerson todos los niños nacidos a partir del 24 de febrero de este año se convertirán automáticamente en rusos.
Los matrimonios de estas zonas también se registrarán con la legislación rusa.

🇬🇧 According to russian sources, the authorities of the areas conquered by Russia in Kharkov have presented a new flag to represent the "liberated" territories.
On the other hand, in the Zaporizhzhia and Kherson region, all children born after February 24 of this year will automatically become Russian.
Marriages from these areas will also be registered under Russian law.

 No.1019651

>>1019298
This is the woke Z flag. The "I'm coming out as not Ukrainian" flag

 No.1019653

>>1019651
We're proud of you son

 No.1019676

>>1019298
That is some weird rose

 No.1021069

File: 1655522277277.png (1.22 MB, 899x947, ClipboardImage.png)

What event is this pic related referring to when it says the US bombed Palestine in 2010?

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 No.1021075

>>1021072
japan's economy would collapse before the first shot was fired

 No.1021076

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>>1021072
ffs ho writes this autistic shit?

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 No.1023572

>>1017090
Rwanda recently has swung hard to western alignment. This is entirely to be excepted regardless of the facts of the matter

 No.1023621

>>1023572
>aligning with a sinking ship
their funeral

 No.1023641

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>>1021072
NATO bros, I don't feel so good.

>no cuba option.

 No.1023648

>>1023641
Who should I take out since there is only 8 options? I should probably add DPRK. Then to team NATO I should add SK, Japan, Australia, NZ, uhh, who else?

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>>1023641
>>1023648
Ok I took out Armenia because I figured they were the weakest.

>no NZ option

 No.1023673

airbros…

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>>1023673
Wait, NATO doesn't include the whole total of America? What does NATO count? This is stupid. I guess I got to rebuild team NATO.

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>>1023684
it's ust arbitrary numbers, anon. don't think to hard about it.

 No.1023699

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>>1023684
Ok my revised list. I'm not going to pick Israel and Turkey because I don't think they'll actually fight for NATO when push comes to shove.

>>1023690
Lol. Labor force= 0

 No.1023705

>>1023699
>iran and syria
>no israel
anon, yes, they wouldnt fight for NATO, but in a situation like that it wouldnt be their choice

 No.1023716

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>>1023705
Ok fair point. Canucks got bumped.

 No.1023727

>>1023699
>Lol. Labor force= 0
It's because lazy mexicans wont work.

 No.1023751

>>1006052
>It baffles me how violently incompetent the Saudi army has been in this war. How many abrams have they lost so far?
they're just parking them in a garage somewhere and then telling uncle same they lost 'em lol

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>>1023758
it'ssome shody php, i'm almost certain you will find SQLi in this shit if you can be bothered to look.

 No.1024143

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It's truly insane to think how much 2016 was a fuck up for the Deep State. They had already paid the Clinton Foundation to go to war with Russia so Putin's provocation is 5+ years too late to their plans to have war with Russia. Now it looks it looks like the EU is going full steam ahead and blockading Kalinigrad via Lithuania and Svalbard via Norway. Tough time ahead lads we have never been so close WW3 after the last 24 hours

 No.1024167

>>1024143
>after the last 24 hours
??

 No.1024172

>>1024167
we now live in a post-biden-falling-off-his-bike world

 No.1024190

>>1024172
We've entered a new paradigm. This is the real signal for a multipolar world.

 No.1024254

Russian Escalations in Syria Risk Direct Conflict With U.S., Military Officials Warn
>AL-UDEID AIR BASE, Qatar—Russian forces have conducted a series of operations against the U.S.-led coalition in Syria this month, including one this week at a strategically located base in the southern part of the country, U.S. military officials said.

>The Russian actions have alarmed U.S. military officials, who are concerned that a miscalculation might escalate into an unintended conflict between the U.S. and Russian forces in Syria. Tensions between the two countries are already high following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February and American efforts to arm the Ukraine military to defeat Russian forces there.


>On Wednesday, Russia carried out airstrikes at the al-Tanf garrison, near Syria’s border with Jordan in southeast Syria, where U.S. troops have a train-and-advise mission with local fighters to prevent a resurgence of Islamic State.


>Russia notified the U.S. through a communications line set up years ago that it was conducting the airstrikes in response to an alleged attack against Syrian government forces that the Russians defend that may have resulted in injuries and destroyed a vehicle.


>Soon after, Russian jet fighters, including two Su-35s and one Su-24, were observed traversing the area over al-Tanf before striking a combat outpost at the garrison, a U.S. military official said.


>The advance notice of the strike suggested to U.S. officials that the Russian military wasn’t actively targeting American troops but was harassing the U.S. mission in Syria—a tactic that Russian forces have previously used, resulting in some close calls over the years.


[…]

>U.S. military officials declined to provide specifics of any of the other incidents they said have occurred in the past couple of weeks.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/russian-escalations-in-syria-risk-direct-conflict-with-u-s-military-officials-warn-11655504591
https://archive.ph/Mnq5H

 No.1024261

>>1024254
Hahaha fucking al-Tanf, epic meme

 No.1024269

<FSB Special Purpose Center Alfa officer Captain Ilya Tsuprik was reportedly killed in Syria yesterday

>The VCK-OGPU has learned the details of the death of Ilya Tsuprik, an operative of Directorate A (Alpha) of the Central Security Service of the FSB of the Russian Federation. In Syria, during a special event there was a need for mine clearance. They were destroying the mine with a superimposed charge, the soldiers hid in a shelter. However, the rock, which flew away during the explosion, broke through the wall of the shelter and hit Tsuprik under his bulletproof vest. The wound was fatal.

https://t.me/s/vchkogpu/30443

 No.1024270

>>1024269
>the rock, which flew away during the explosion, broke through the wall of the shelter and hit Tsuprik under his bulletproof vest. The wound was fatal.
THE BASED ROCK OF THE PEOPLE

 No.1024857

Israeli Government is out! | Israeli Prime-Minister Naftali Bennett and Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid announced that the dissolution of the Knesset and new elections on the Jewish State!

Mr. Yair Lapid will be sworn in as the next Prime Minister

 No.1025093

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The Resistance has grown to become what it is starting from a small endeavor including a handful of people at their head Sayyed Abbas al Moussawi . The Resistance has grown in all directions . It has grown in ethics and grown in commitment and has grown in number too and in weapons and in faith and in popularity and in spirituality. From all sides it has grown to become what it is . And with the Resistance has grown its leader Sayyed Hasan from a young student studying Religion to a freedom fighter to a wise leader insightful, courageous, honest and responsible . Nurtured by its own experience in the various fields the Resistance came to become what it is . There is nothing that the Resistance neglected. It explored everything touched at everything from the spiritual to the emotional and material , From the Mosque to the family and society to love and marriage and death and disabilities and treason and confrontation and infiltration and military endeavors and sacrifices and gains and losses , There is not one field that was not explored together with the experience with the enemy that was also human and from it so many lessons were drawn and so many truths revealed. This is the richness of the Resistance and its encompassing nature for everything was dealt with and nothing left unattended, and this is why this Resistance became what it is : a real revolution and a revelation . When the Resistance pioneers went to Tehran to congratulate the Islamic Revolution on its success they took with them 10 thousand dollars as a gift to the Revolution . The Iranians were surprised that instead of asking for money those pioneers had brought money to the Revolution that they had collected . They heard from Ayatollah Khomeini that victory was written on their foreheads . When they came back to Lebanon they resumed their acts of Resistance inspired by what they have seen in Iran, and then Iran started sending people to train the freedom fighters and sent some weapons too. But the endeavor was a Resistance endeavor, a Lebanese endeavor from A to Z. . Many joined the ranks of the Resistance and answered the call . The people rallied in favor of those principles that are still alive in society of rectitude and honor and sacrifice . This Resistance was the Resistance of the people that never brought an element alien to society whether spiritual , moral or practical. Everything was in tune with the society and environment , and the society and environment made room for the Resistance . The Resistance filled the place given and filled the ground . And this is not over yet and the Resistance will continue to grow and gain ground because it is deeply rooted in the earth with various branches watered with blood and sweat . It has passed all the tests and proved itself on the ground as irreplaceable and victorious It is the real challenge that the predator world order is facing right now, Let us not be gullible and naive and think that what is challenging the world powers right now are Russia or China . These 2 are competitors to the US belonging to the same realm. They have their material and personal interest as a priority and not the welfare of humanity and not the well being of man , They are monsters even though less monstrous than their US master but they are not from a different quality and they are immersed in materiality which is a real curse on mankind . What is challenging the predator world order right now is not rogue Putin or greedy China , It is the Revolution in Iran and the Resistance in Lebanon and Palestine and Yemen, and also the struggling countries like Cuba and Venezuela . Let us not be deluded and take things for what they are not . What is drawing the policy of the monster world wide is the Iranian threat on the western ideology and the Resistance threat . And this is what the monster does not want you to know. and for this purpose has introduced this fake polarity with Russia or China for one to overlook the real polarity where the Spirit and the highest moral principles and the temerity of the people and the welfare of man are brought in to threaten the monster and shake its throne and rock its very existence.

 No.1037721

Ukraine thread is full but this belongs here anyway
https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/nato-massively-increase-high-readiness-forces-300000-stoltenberg-2022-06-27/
https://archive.ph/dVXYI
NATO to boost troops on high alert to over 300,000 -Stoltenbergv
>BRUSSELS, June 27 (Reuters) - NATO will boost the number of troops on high alert by more than sevenfold to over 300,000, its secretary-general said on Monday, as allies prepared to adopt a new strategy describing Moscow as a direct threat four months into the Ukraine war […]
>Stoltenberg said NATO in future would have "well over 300,000" troops on high alert, compared to 40,000 troops that currently make up the alliance's existing quick reaction force, the NATO Response Force (NRF).
>The new force model is meant to replace the NRF and "provide a larger pool of high readiness forces across domains, land, sea, air and cyber, which will be pre-assigned to specific plans for the defence of allies," a NATO official said.
>Stoltenberg said NATO combat units on the alliance's eastern flank nearest Russia, especially the Baltic states, are to be boosted to brigade level, with thousands of pre-assigned troops on standby in countries further west like Germany as rapid reinforcements.
Inb4 Barbarossa 2.0

 No.1037723

>>1037721
be prepared for a /wwiii/ thread later this year

 No.1037735

>>1037723
Agree with the general sentiment but it's not much of a WW3 if it's just NATO gang banging Russia tbh.

 No.1037855

>>1037721
nothingborscht

 No.1037857

>>1037721
>NATO will boost the number of troops on high alert by more than sevenfold to over 300,000,
uygha hey gonna need that for the civil unrest to come if the western counries carry on further in to this crisis

 No.1037866

>>1025093
Some nice words here but I fail to see why Iran couldn't be seen as another Russia, only less powerful. They might have a more ideological resistance to the West, but it comes from religious fundamentalism, it is not more 'pure,' for lack of a better word. Every existing country would do bad things if they were hegemonic, supporting Chinese unipolarity is not what the lefty multipolarists are after (even though I would bet that that would still develop certain economies that wouldn't have been developed otherwise)

 No.1037922

>>1013995
Japan -maybe
Germany - zero.

 No.1038945

Thoughts on this or his other books?

 No.1039013

>>1038945
Zeihan is one of the worst geopolitical commentators of a really rotten bunch. He invites you into a world of pure imagination, where the US-led hegemonic empire is invincible and all-powerful, and everything it does will result in it winning more, and so everything else, every negative consequence, and all the bad results of negative-sum hostility can be ignored because the US wins by default.

This is actually a popular brainwave in DC and many people mired in the toxic DC cumswap believe this.

The essentially just says that, yes, the US is intentionally destroying the world economy, it's sidelined climate change, and undermining and discrediting all the international institutions it helped create. Yes it's probably going to be a disaster, but even if that does happen and it's a catastrophe, the US will end up on top of the shitpile, so don't worry. Everything that's happening is good because of this. It's fine that everyone in DC who is competent on China is shut out of the conversation, because you don't NEED to know about China, cause it's going to go away. Due to the current thing. Demographics. Or container ships. Who cares?

He's a dangerous retard because he pushes the DC consensus further into hubristic and willful self-delusion, but he's also just keying off the zeitgeist and fulfilling the need to ease the anxious talking classes, who are both anxious about losing their global status, but also feel uneasy about the frequency they run into dangerous retards expressing dangerous and retarded ideas, and how rarely they are challenged.

 No.1039022

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Important event. Leningrad is now 150km from NATO border. Also Russia has now 1350km border with NATO.

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Here's the trilateral memorandum

 No.1039049

>>1039039
Could Turkiye have actually asked for more? By which I mean, do Turks even have anything else to ask for? I think they got everything.

 No.1039060

>>1039049
Turkey went full imperilialism and genocide of kurds but im sure /leftypol/ is fine with this.

 No.1039062

>>1039060
Lets just say ISIS is comparable with "communnists" here.

 No.1039073

>>1039060
I don't think leftypol was particularly fine with it? Using the kurds as leverage to move the NATO border towards Russia would have been dismissed as hysterical Tankie delusion that'd you only see on a place like this.

 No.1039160

>>1039039
So those PKK prisioners are gonna be sent to Turkey now?

 No.1039166

>>1039073
No that guy is just malding about Russia, in the Ukraine thread too. Kurds were used by the US as leverage against Turkey and Syria simultaneously after Russia stepped in and deposing Assad failed. Now they are an acceptable loss for the US, who will certainly pull out in the next couple years.

 No.1039498

>>1039013
Thanks for the effort post response. It is irrelevant to me if he caters to anxious bourgs, petty-bourgs, or state ops. My concern is the validity of his analysis, regardless of his implicit anti-communist underpinnings. If it's accurate that America is on top of a shit pile in the years ahead, or it's possible based on current trajectories, then planning and preparing countermeasures will have to be necessary. Could you elaborate more?

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Massacre in Morocco: The ugly face of European imperialism
https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2022/06/28/wyyh-j28.html
>The cold-blooded killing of at least 37 migrants underscores that as the US-NATO war with Russia escalates into a global conflagration, and workers across the continent move into struggle against the unbearable cost of living, the major European powers are resurrecting forms of state-organised violence and political reaction not seen since the 1930s.

The Kingdoms of Morocco and Spain have a quid pro quo which may cause more tragedies in the future. Spain recently reversed its long held stand on the Western Sahara, its former colony, in accepting Morocco annexation of the territory, as its own, after Spain vacated it around 1975. In exchange, Morocco acts as a gatekeeper against African immigrants fleeing poverty and violence to Europe, via Spain, among other terms of the deal. This transactional deal not only sacrificed the lives of thousands of immigrants but it is a part of a larger problem and worrisome trends.

To start, the Western Sahara is a piece of coastal land rich in fisheries and phosphate located South of Morocco. After 1975, when Spain left the territory, the United Nations agreed there should be a self-determination vote of the local population of few hundred thousand inhabitants. Contrary to international law, soon after Spain vacated the territory, Morocco sent waves and waves of its own settlers to occupy the new republic to subvert any subsequent UN supervised voting by the locals. Very few objected to the fait accompli and no sanctions were applied. Morocco has insisted it is its recovered province and if any voting or census is undertaken it must include its own settlers as inhabitants of Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (as the new territory is called now).

Several Western European governments have reversed course on the question of self-determination of the Sahrawi people in exchange for favors from Morocco. Even the US, via Trump, traded recognition of Western Sahara as Moroccan, in favor of Morocco trading it for establishment of diplomatic relations with Israel.

Thus, it is not only Spain that is immersed into this controversy. Turkey holds untold numbers of Syrian refugees (and ISIS terrorists) from flooding Europe in exchange for billions. Mexico houses 1000s of Latin Americans waiting to cross the border into the US.

Many countries in the West have become transactional or racist in their immigration and refugee policies. Contrast the warm reception of Ukrainian refugees to the cruel Latin Americans or African refugees' to see the discriminatory immigration policies. In most, if not all, cases, Western countries no longer vouch for human rights, independence or sovereignty and such to expand their own interests. Of course, this is not just about nationality, race or color of the persons. That masks a much more significantly objective reality.

Beneath it all is a global class struggle where imperialist powers and their respective ruling classes not only oppress their own working class at home but also extend that exploitation and oppression to workers in distant lands. As economic conditions worsen around the world, especially in Africa and Latin America, expect more waves of poor immigrants risking their lives to escape deprivation and oppression at home. Dire economic conditions will also fuel the rise of far-right fascists in the West opposing immigrants and politicians will adopt more inhuman immigration and refugee policies.

History has shown capitalism, in its pursuit of profits, will spare no one anywhere. The entire international working class is its target. Thus it is imperative and urgent that workers worldwide unite in their struggles against their common enemy, the international bourgeoisie and its lackeys - local and worldwide. The goal must be to build a new socialist society based on social needs, instead of profits, according to Marxist principles.

 No.1039818

>>1039498
No they aren’t good arguments. But the context of the utterly fuckless response from the “dovish” parts of parts of the world the US considers not-shithole countries is very important. The consensus in DC has coalesced around Zeihan’s delusional view: the US can do anything it wants and will always win. When peacnik types tried to warn away from taking massive, hostile steps towards China because of supposed resistance from our allies due to economic damage, and then the US took those steps, our allies took that economic damage, and what they aid was “please more thank you sir,” it ended up discrediting them and turning everyone in DC into violent, brutalizing realists who increasingly hold other countries in contempt. Not unlike the delusion that gripped America during the neocon ascendency, but even worse.

 No.1039819

>>1039022
This only made an open secret offical. I wouldn't be surprised if Russia was already calculating Finland and Sweden to be de facto NATO countries in their military plans before all this Ukraine shit.

 No.1040397

>>1038945
He's the modern American version of Dugin, Mackinder, Ratzel, Heidegger etc.
AKA USA-EU iz the real Romanz, Rvssia is the fake Romanz.

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>>1039784
In Madrid there is a park with pieces of the Berlin Wall. I pray in the future it gets replaced with the razor-filled wall of Melilla.

 No.1040565

just got back from a coma
who's winning?

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 No.1040625

>>1039039
did the turks get their f35 ?

 No.1044207

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The western powers have delivered again in our area and the new born is the terrorist who bears all the features of his bearers and behaves like them . These terrorists are not our children they are the children of the father who begot them ie the western civilization . It is in their prisons and in their wombs that he was conceived and given birth
60 thousand terrorists including families are in al Hawl camp in al Hasaka . Almost half of them are Iraqis and half of them are children being raised in this environment . Al Hawl Camp is USA is what USA and the world powers want the world to look like . Hundreds of murders happening there and children growing to become killers and terrorists . No country wants to retrieve its citizens among terrorists who are foreigners confined to the camp . The only country that is interested in retrieving its citizens is Iraq and this because of the threat they represent in operating across borders . The camp is monitored by the SDF forces which are US affiliated and they guard the camp with all its content . The US is the reference and decides who will be recycled or set free or repatriated and so on. The camp is a timed bomb ready to explode, and one wonders why after more then 10 years of fighting terror Syria has not come to terms with terrorism but terrorism is still there and the reason is that we have normalized with terror like we have normalized with israel . And the war in Syria is a long story of normalization with terror if we want to summarize it in one sentence . And this in preparation for the normalization with israel that Syria would have to undergo and the ground is being prepared for this by virtue of which terrorists were integrated in the Syrian Army and pacified and relocated and the sponsors of terror empowered like Turkey . Those who really fought terror are the Resistance and its allies. Otherwise these were maneuvers by Russia and the US Coalition that most of the times worked on sparing terrorists and negotiating with them and keeping them a force on the ground . Until now Idlib is occupied by terrorist groups and will not be liberated . One cannot at the same time coexist with terror and fight it and Syria finds itself in this position.

 No.1046649

>geopolitics general
<anglo illiteracy general

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 No.1049896

>>1046649
Make good posts then you cunt

 No.1050218

>>1040565
Kyiv Offensive BTFO
Southeastern Ukraine still held by Russia in a stalemate
It's just attrition now

 No.1054336

https://www.reddit.com/r/ProIran/comments/vslakl/mossad_commander_taken_out_in_israel/
I suspect this to be propaganda, but has Israel ever taken out anyone high-level in Israel's intelligence? Not sure if pro-Israeli news media or the Israeli gov would ever reveal such an occurrence as well.

 No.1054337

>>1054336
*Iran ever

 No.1061026

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Glowie season 2022-23 just dropped.

 No.1061085

>>1061026
>europe grey
Hmmm

 No.1061092

>>1061026
Can someone remind me why any country at all would still allow glow ngos operating in their countries in this day and age?

 No.1061096

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>>1061092
>Can someone remind me why any country at all would still allow glow ngos operating in their countries in this day and age?
Desperation.

 No.1061123

>>1061026
Sri lanka grey lel

 No.1061661

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>>1004489
Talking about Sri Lanka:

 No.1061672

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>>1061123
To be fair, Sri Lanka was a u.s. puppet regime:
(Sri lanka is believed to have had u.s. military bases)

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>>1061096
Wow, surprised #thankyouEritrea is trending enough to be in the sidebar.

Quick rundown.
The previous PM of Somalia sent 5000 Somali troops to be trained in Eritrea and disinfo shills from TPLF and Somalia were spreading bullshit about how these guys were being kidnapped by Eritrea and they all died in Tigray. Now they the new Somali PM just went to Eritrea because they just finished their training. They are now the ghost army.

 No.1064151

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>>1064141
Compradors and Western meddlers in shambles.

 No.1065726

>>1061092
You don't give for granted they are western/glow ops. Although is complex, some ngos openly state they are western funded to avoid get in conflict with other ngos that are also western funded, or else they get a firing squad problem.

In the end you try, as leader of a socialist country, not to aboloish the gains of rights, but to reinforce them.

For example, you can push a law that forces any ngo to do a public statement on their banking accounts and the precedence of their money. You force the national banks to publish this information.

 No.1065737

>>1039060
> full imperilialism and genocide of kurds
ironically enough, the kurds and turks together genocided the armenians in WWI, so it's kinda like the long arc of history lmao

 No.1065796

>>1064141
Looks like Eritrea also mastered Juche necromancy

 No.1073809

>>1050218
>cope map depicting Crimea as Ukrainian
LMAO is that you from /AKM/ again? Fuck off you got BTFO on your crap, that shit at the North isn;'t even fucking accurate, Russia left the area and the Ukrainian military barely has presence there still and is already assaulting Gostomel again.
>Kyiv offensive
No such thing as the Kiev Offensive, go back to reddit

 No.1076343

>>1073809
weird non-sequitur defensive statement, then a bunch of clearly false statements including one that indicates you probably don't even realize it's an animated gif

 No.1076979

>>1061672
>unconfirmed
>no source graph
You mean bullshit. Like wtf when đi Vietnam became a lily pad. And if you want to talk about Israel arms, they literally cooperated with China in developing the J line of fighters.
>Israel has provided China with military assistance, expertise and technology. According to a report from the United States-China Economic and Security Review Commission, "Israel ranks second only to Russia as a weapons system provider to China and as a conduit for sophisticated cutting edge military technology, followed by France and Germany."

 No.1078043

>>1004517
what are all those wrappings around the end of the barrel of the gun? improvised flash suppressors?
>>1013346
Gusano was told politely to leave a dining establishment
>>1013519
not a war crime how/why?

 No.1078074

>>1050218
>Kyiv
psst… I HATE THE ANTI-CHRIST

 No.1078131

So I've been meaning to post this lately, hopefully to create an interesting discussion, at first I wanted to make a separate thread for this but I guess it'll do for this thread, basically, about ISIS and al Qaeda.

So doesn't it seem strange to anyone else that after bin Laden's assasination, his successor, Ayman al Zawahiri, has managed to remain unscathed this long? Especially the massive global effort during the mid 2010s to combat Islamic terrorism? This guy has led al Qaeda since 2011, and nothing has happened to him. How is this possible? Considering the very advanced surveillance and espionage technology the US has, I think no matter how good his hiding spot is they would've gotten him by now. Even moreso considering the efforts the US has taken to completely decimate the ISIS terrorist structure, no matter how decentralized it may be, they still got btfo'd. When we look at other countries which had similar cleansings, it's the same story. Russia for example, got rid of its terrorist problem in a span of 17 years, since the end of the Second Chechen War until the insurgency was defeated for good in 2017. All those high ranking leaders of the Caucasus Emirate were assasinated, not a single one of them survived. How come the US, with its more developed surveillance networks, hasn't been able to get one guy in over 11 years?

The second topic, on ISIS, is how rapidly these mfs spread. Doesn't this seem to anyone else here like the biggest psyop of the 2010s? To think that this shitty little group split from an Iraq-based al Qaeda network, and from ~2011 to 2015 nearly conquered Iraq, large swathes of Syria, and other territories in Yemen, North Africa, etc. It seems extremely unorganic. I'm aware that all terrorist orgs are funded/supported by an outside force, either a state or a non-state actor, but still, their growth and expansion was so rapid and in such a short period of time, I'm still amazed how they did it. And even then, was the outside support the only decisive factor? I guess the fact that they started in a country ruined by an invasion and ensuing insurgency (that also turned into a civil war between sunnis and shias) also helped a little, they were facing a barely functioning government and a newly created army trained by a foreign power (not a good combo) so that surely must've influenced too. But it would also be interesting to see how much foreign support ISIS received, like from other countries, non-state actors, or even individual donors and whatnot.

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>>1078131
"ISIS" started out in '99 as a sectarian anti-Shia org and had an entire decade to build up their network, kind of like how the Khmer Rouge was an underground insurgency for years in the Cambodian countryside before suddenly leaping into complete control

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>>1078131
I thought that guy who the hero dog killed was supposed to be the next Bin Laden or something.

I don't know the answer to your question, but does anyone else find it weird Euros were averaging record breaking terrorist attack every few months and then it just magically stopped?

 No.1078156

>>1078142
Lol, idk why Trump said that, al Baghdadi was the leader of ISIS and he blew himself up when the soldiers sent to kill him were getting close.
>>1078141
Ok that explains it a bit more, but I'm doubting a decade of preparation was enough to explain their initial success. I wonder if they were already receiving covert support back then or only in the 2010s.

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>>1078131
The fuck was that clip? Was any of that real? That's some whacky shit

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>>1078131
damn that CIA budget is taking them really high in terms of production value. Actually surveying the attack with a drone and showing his last moments with his children is great for the Anglo-backed Wahhabist propaganda machine. The saudis and the texas oilmen smile upon this video.

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>>1078174
100% real
>>1078142
Also, to answer your question, I think the main reason they stopped was because ISIS actually got btfo'd very hard. The global effort taken by many countries (including several geopolitical opponents) took their toll on ISIS. From the main heavy lifting on the ground against the actual ISIS military, by forces like Iran, Syria, Hezbollah, etc. to all the high profile assasinations of leaders and counter-terrorist operations against ISIS cells in Europe, they were beaten back to probably below square one. Now they barely hold some territory in North and West Africa, and I think a little in Somalia too (also a little in Afghanistan but they were getting btfo'd by the Taliban last time I checked, maybe they lost it all now). I guess that's one of the few good outcomes that came from ISIS, the entire world uniting against them.

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>>1078131
praxis-sisters….

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>>1078156
>I'm doubting a decade of preparation was enough to explain their initial success
there’s also the fact that they only conquered a literal collapse in state authority in northern Syria and Iraq

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>>1078131
Damn, when the spooks hit hard, they hit. Mf telling his son he was gonna die for some bullshit.

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File: 1658377299283-0.mp4 (6.18 MB, 1280x720, binladen family.mp4)

File: 1658377299283-1.mp4 (10.61 MB, 1280x720, tim osman.mp4)

>>1078131

>So doesn't it seem strange to anyone else that after bin Laden's assasination, his successor, Ayman al Zawahiri, has managed to remain unscathed this long? Especially the massive global effort during the mid 2010s to combat Islamic terrorism? This guy has led al Qaeda since 2011, and nothing has happened to him. How is this possible?


Bin Laden was a US asset. Wahhabist fundamentalist reactoinaries were always a tool to detabilize China/Russia neighbors and prevent Belt & Road from taking off. America took ETIM off the terror list just to give them money/guns to fuck up Xinjiang. Operation Cyclone way back in 1979 gave money and weapons to mujahideen in Afghanistan to overthrow the socialist revolution in Kabul and bait the soviets into a costly intervention. Islamic Fundamentalists were always US allies and the ideology emanates from the Saudi crown, whose wahhabist ideology is so extreme, it was considered backwards by the Ottoman empire in the 1700s. The US ultimately let these people do 9/11 on purpose to have something to spend their cold war money on after the cold war was over. Look into the relationship between the Bushes and the Bin Ladens.

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>>1078131
There has been reports of American helicopters ferrying ISIS forces around the middle east

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File: 1659287729735.mp4 (3.75 MB, 464x848, ccGsB7xaA13MBfyN.mp4)

Gunfire and air raid sirens at the Serbia-Kosovo border, vidrel.

 No.1096562

Don't have links at hand but roadblocks are being erected on both sides of the Kosovo Serbia border, and a Serbian soldier died. An MP of the ruling party in Serbia said "It seems Serbia will be forced to start the denazification of the Balkans."

I'm not sure if this will be a full scale war, but that's the trajectory.

 No.1096566

>>1096524
I cant but wish Serbia best. They have split it up too much, punished warcrimes so one-sidedly.

 No.1096579

>>1096562
I doubt Vucic is crazy enough to start a war since it would be an easy victory for US/NATO. Serbia is landlocked and completely surrounded by NATO countries so it's not like they can call in Russia to help them like they with Syria.

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>>1096579
Balkanbros…

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>>1096624
>>1096625
>>1096627

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>>1096628
yeah we should propably move everything serbia here.
I was agains this thread initially, but now it makes sense

 No.1096634

>>1096631
yeah, seems like everything is heating up, worldwide
i wonder if there's a russo-chinese plan to pin the burger empire in ukraine, the balkans, middle east via Iran (the treaty with russia explicitly mentioned trilateral military exercises of Iran, Russia, China), maybe in south america as well, considering renewed interest of Russia and China in the region and finally - Taiwan - there's no way burgers could handle all of this

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some guys thoughts on this:
"Tldr on Kosovo (I'm from the Balkans and am pretty up to date on the news) I'll try to be as unbiased as possible and I will try to present the facts as I understand them. I ask you to read this to the end before making any jugements.The Kosovo government is trying to implement special cross border documents and will ban entry to Kosovo with Serbian ID cards. Also Serbian license plates will not be valid in Kosovo and temporary plates will be required (this is already the case for Kosovo plates in Serbia). The Serbian majority in northern Kosovo doesn't even recognize the Kosovar government, and many rely on the Serbian government for Pensions and other things. The decision to constrain the ability of the Serbian government to influence Kosovo by limiting the mobility of the ethnic Serbian populace (many of whom cross the border daily) sparked road brocades by the people affected by this. The Kosovo government in response sent the Special police force ( de facto Kosovo military) to block etery across the border the Kosovar government denise this,( but they have done similar things before so keep this in mind), local pro-Serbian reporter say that the border crossings of Brnjak and Jarinje are blocked, there is no way to verify or disprove this claim at this time. The Serbian government has absolutely not sent the military, this is total bullshit. KFOR is actively monitoring the situation and will intervene if anything happens. Side note this kind of bullshit happens all the time usually to drum up support before elections or to distract the populace from other issues. Serbia won't start a war because they are completely surrounded by NATO, and Kosovo won't start it because they don't have a military."

 No.1096664

>>1096663
serbia has sent military on the border, there are videos of them

Kosovo is not a country.

 No.1096666

>>1096663
>KFOR are still there
lmfao didn't know this

 No.1096667

>>1096664
and i don't mean the "not a country" in a serbian nationalist way, but in a material reality way: without EU, UN etc. presence and bureaucrats and stuff they could not be able to exist as a country.

 No.1096716

>>1096667
how was this joke from yesterday
a Serb, a German and a Kosovan go into a bar and have a drunken time. They decide to measure who has the longest dick (dudes rock)
The Serb: 14 good centimeters!
The German: ha! Thats nothing! Almost 16 here
The Kosovan: wait until you see Americas!

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>>1096667
Without Russian support the DPR and LPR wouldn't be able to exist either. I support them and I support the Russians bombing Kiev for trying to ethnically cleanse the region.
Guess what my reaction will be when sharts bomb Belgrade again in Operation Z: NATO edition

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Today marked the 5th anniversary of the martyrdom of Mohsen Hojaji, beheaded by IS terrorists. A fearless warrior and martyr of the Axis of Resistance, multipolarity, and anti-ZioWahhabi terrorism

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How do you guys think a conventional war between the US and China pre-2030 would go?

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>>1113609
china blow up all US ships and bases near their coast, loose a few missile bases in exchange, US and the west seethe hard as their economies completely collapse in the ensuing stand off

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File: 1660498842436.mp4 (6.94 MB, 1280x720, nZhL9YvdgjUbtxsT.mp4)

Houthi military march in Sanaa, stepping on the flags of the U.S. and Israel.

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UK household electicity bills are quintupling:
https://nitter.it/DrSimEvans/status/1558197083915669504
>>1119427
based

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>>1119433
same in Germany

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>>1113436
sectarian holy war crackpot killed by other sectarian holy war crackpots

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>>1119448
How are food prices since this year/end of last in Germany?
In the UK I cannot even afford basics like butter anymore and the MSM keeps trying to blame the war in Ukraine for both as an excuse despite record profits by the energy corpos and price rises pre-dating the Russian excursion into Ukraine proper.

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File: 1660521558413-3.mp4 (6.18 MB, 1280x720, binladen family.mp4)

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>>1113436
rip king

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>>1061085
Somebody should do something about that

 No.1120269

>>1119785
same but here it was cooking oil that was simply out of stock for 4 months. Now one bottle that was 1.50 is 4€.
Same with meat and cheese. This winter will get hot

 No.1120274

>>1119789
>3rd vid

a fellow GTA IV enjoyer I see

 No.1120290

>>1120269
>cooking oil that was simply out of stock for 4 months. Now one bottle that was 1.50 is 4€.
Similar story here in Frogland.

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https://www.timesofisrael.com/idf-finds-israeli-strike-killed-5-children-in-gaza-during-recent-operation-report/

IDF finds Israeli strike killed 5 children in Gaza during recent operation – report

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This article is like Herpes. It just keeps coming back.

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>>1126888 (cheka'd)
What does Eritrea have to do with anything? Weren't Egypt and Sudan the ones using the TPLF as proxies?

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>>1126946
Eritrea stopped The TPLF and saved Ethiopia. TPLF couldn't take Eritrea with all of Ethiopia under their command. They fantasize about taking Eritrea even now, but some part of them has to know they're going to get their shit stomped by Eritrea if it comes to that.

What Eritrea has to do with anything? America just declared Afwerki "le evil," for reasons, so that's it really. I dunno what country or leader has been put on the evil list that can come back from it. How do you undo decades of propaganda?

>yeah we told you this guy was Satan incarnate and eats babies for breakfast, but actually, we think he's alright now.


Actually truthfully, The Democrats are much worse about Ethiopia and Eritrea for reasons. Things were moving in a positive direction under Trump, and then Biden came in, and things went to shit immediately again. Some Democrat insiders like Susan Rice are heavily cliqued up with The TPLF. I hear there's also some other TPLF connected people in the current administration.

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>>1126888
>>1126966
Someone redpill me on the Tigray conflict, who is based and who is cringe?

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>>1127053
>Someone redpill me on the Tigray conflict, who is based and who is cringe?
TPLF is cringe. Abiy is kinda cringe. I'm going to say based for Eritrea/Isaeas, although cringe sometimes.

Abiy is cringe because he wants to take the diplomatic approach to everything too much. He seems to be bending over backwards to extend the olive branch to TPLF to little effect, they seem to want to hold out for as much as they can, what their end game is, who knows.

I dunno, I follow lots of people on twitter and read a lot of commentary but it's hard to decipher exactly what's going on and where it's going. I guess my prediction is TPLF will capitulate eventually because they are the ones blockaded. They have no long game to play. I think they're praying for divine(US) intervention and I don't think that will even come for them. I think Abiy will stay in power. A lot of people seem to be mad at Abiy, but I think maybe his support is under counted because critics are the most vocal. I don't know enough, and don't know where I could find enough info about his economic plan to give my opinion on that. He's a pretty free market guy to my knowledge although the thing he likes to post about most is the green environmental restoration program they're working on. Again I don't know enough to tell you what's hype and what's real regarding that. Some people make fun of him calling him a gardener or Dr. green thumb or something because of how much he posts about that vs. everything else. He doesn't talk about the war almost at all really. Another interesting thing about him, he demanded a permanent security council seat for Africa as a whole, don't know if that's going to amount to anything, but he has a broader vision I think about being pan-Africanism and all that.

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>>1129231
Some other things. People are really mad at him because of all the ethnic violence that's happening around the country. Oromo terrorist groups killing Amharas. TPLF killing Afars and Amharas. I don't know enough about all of that to say where it's going to go. Hopefully just die down. I don't really understand the situation with the ENDF or the security situation. I guess I just hope all the ethnic tension dies down. I here there is even some kind of ethnic drama happening in Addis, I saw someone call it the Oromoization.

Also another note: I don't really see how a peace negotiation can work out with The TPLF. Besides autonomy or whatever else their demands are, I'm sure their base demand will be immunity for all of them, and I don't know everyone will be down with that. But who knows, he already released TPLF prisoners. Although it seems like TPLF is the only group interested in keeping this whole situation going. How they can think prolonging this will turn the odds in their favor, I don't know. The Ukraine of Africa.

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>>1129244
Found searching 'TPLF+peace'

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>>1132182
cCc TURKIYE BESTEST COUNTRI IN THE WORLD cCc UlKeMi SeViYoRuM greattt leader ataturk defeated evil westerners and commies cCc fuck armenler fuck kurtler

 No.1133872

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What's marxism like in angola? I've always gotten the feeling that angolan communism is like an african version of dengism, especially since there are so many super wealthy people living there.

 No.1133882

>>1133872
They stopped being communist ages ago

 No.1134130

>Western Sahara Ambassador to Kenya, Comrade Bah El Mad speaks to the @CommunistsKe https://t.co/cV6P6qDq4F

 No.1141056

What's funny about turkey refusing to allow finland and sweden into nato without giving up the pkk and ypg "terrorists" those countries house is how rojava has some radlibs' support and the turkish attacks on them are making them somewhat distraught. What is humorous about this is that many of the "anarcho-natoist" types should, if cognitive dissonance didnt exist, choose to either support nato or support the anarchist pro-lgbt middle eastern country that isnt israel. But gays in brown countries must not matter compared to socdem white countries i suppose.

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>>1141056
Thank goodness bashar al assad and vladimir putin is working with rojava to protect gay and trans rights in kurdistan.

 No.1141159

File: 1661659164637.mp4 (2.7 MB, 720x720, 7EAFYSi5RIw7dymy.mp4)

>Footage from the sea showing plumes of smoke rising from the center of the Libyan capital, Tripoli, as the clashes between the Militias of the warring Prime-Ministers spread over the city.

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Polish state media raising awareness about orc breeding grounds in russia where elves are repeatedly raped to produce their armies.

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Finally, a designated segregation zone for geopolfags. Be sure to make it cycle and redirect all war sports spectators and fans here.

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Fucking finally. TPLF really decided to stop being lunatics? All it took was a little more aggressive stance from Abiy. Hopefully this really is the beginning of the end of the war.

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The Cameroonian authorities have decided to appoint General Boubou Dobecreo to the post of commander of a grouping in the north of the country fighting against the militants of the "Federal Republic of Ambazonia". He is one of the most experienced Cameroonian security forces and has taken part in almost every armed conflict that the country has been involved in in recent decades (against crime, pirates, radical Islamists).

It is believed that he will pursue a softer policy towards the local population than his predecessors.

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Up to 700,000 people attended yesterday's rally in support of the independence of Catalonia, according to the Spanish police.

 No.1170640

So Russia has thrown Armenia and the CSTO under the bus. So much for "multipolarity".
Can this year get literally any worse for Russia?

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>>1170640
>so much for "multipolarity"
<multipolarity didn't establish itself instantly, therefor its not real, pack it up boys
What weird flavour of ultra leftism is this?

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>>1170640
>international pariah
>economy crumbling
>energy and defense are their main exports
>europe ditching russian gas and oil
>india and china buying some but at massive discounts, but at no where near the price or volume as europe
>military tech is shown to be shit and countries already moving to switch to non-russian military equipment
>claims to be the #2 military in the world
>gets ass kicked by the poorest country in europe
>entire divisions/armies wiped out and/or routed
>the NATO weapons sent to Ukraine completely MOGS russian equipment
>giving the shaft to "allies"
>some of the -stans are telling russia to fuck off
>russia shills losing whatever power and credibility they had
>plus they can't afford to pay for them much longer
>CTSO about to implode
>putin running and hiding into his mansion in sochi while the military is refusing some of this orders

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Iran is accepted into the SCO - a memorandum on its obligations as a member of the organization was signed at the summit in Samarkand, the Uzbek Foreign Ministry told RIA Novosti. Having fulfilled these obligations, Iran will be able to participate as a full member at the next summit in India in 2023.

The Shanghai Cooperation Organization includes Russia, China, India, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Pakistan. Iran will be ninth.

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 No.1173362

File: 1663250815385.mp4 (7.91 MB, 1280x720, aj.mp4)

Kazakhstan FM denied rumors about the suspension of membership in the CSTO:
"The information that appeared in some social networks about the allegedly planned withdrawal of Kazakhstan from the CSTO is an absolute fake and does not correspond to reality"

Xi Jinping believes that China and Russia should strengthen coordination in the SCO, BRICS and other multilateral mechanisms.
Moscow and Beijing must work together to defend the interests of developing countries, the Chinese leader said.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi confirmed his participation in the summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization(SCO) in Samarkand. Global Times writes ,that the presence of Modi at the SCO summit against the background of non-alignment with the American IPEF bloc indicates that India adheres to an independent policy, and analysts hope that the country will cooperate more actively with other SCO members, including China and Russia, in the joint promotion of a multipolar world. Against the background of all this, there is another news: Indian Deputy Foreign Minister Vinay Quatro notes that India is not a G7 country that is considering the possibility of introducing a ceiling on prices for Russian oil.
https://www.globaltimes.cn/page/202209/1275246.shtml

Xi Jinping:
>Dear President Putin! My dear and old friend! I am very glad to see you again! In the conditions of a pandemic, we constantly maintain contacts, including by phone.
>In the face of the colossal changes of our time unprecedented in the entire history on a global scale, we are ready with our Russian colleagues to set an example of a responsible world power and play a leading role to put the world on a sustainable development trajectory.

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>a
>fucking
>leaf

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>>1170640
>CSTO
Lol Russia couldn’t even score a single decisive victory on its own anywhere in Ukraine. The CSTO is history.

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>>1173373
>burger named leaf
Cultural appropriation!

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>>1173466
carefull now, you're gonna od on that copium

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India called Azerbaijan an aggressor at a meeting of the UN Security Council.
France stated in the UN Security Council — "the territorial integrity of Armenia must be respected."
The Russian Permanent Representative to the UN said that Russia is doing everything to ensure that the Armenian and Azerbaijani military returned to their original positions.

Azerbaijan has stated in the UN Security Council that Armenia's accusations are false and fabricated. Azerbaijan also used the term"conflict along the non-delimited border".

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>>1173501
the CSTO is maybe good for putting down unarmed protestors in Kazakhstan
against an actual military enemy they’re not very effective

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>BREAKING: @Europarl_EN recognises that #Hungary is no longer a democracy.

>The report by @GDelbosCorfield declaring #Hungary an “electoral autocracy” has been adopted with a large majority.


Orban will get woke sanctions

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>>1173555
"electoral autocracy" god i hate liberals

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>>1173555
The EU has a spine?!

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>>1173590
America probably told them to do it lol

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i saw this gif posted by a kosovar and tried looking for the footage but google didnt pull up literally anything besides wikipedia articles. anyone got the footage?

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>>1173608
you can't screenshot a gif

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>>1173563
i mean it is what it is
applies to them too tho

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>>1173608
Looks like the original is a purged youtube video, although the footage survives in some amateur music videos eg:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ip7Ua7djZ9E
Also found this oddity that appears to be anti-NATO, anti-EU, pro-Serbian Slovenian(?) rap, has slightly different footage to the other two links
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0IHrpGJMKO4

There's a reupload that doesn't have any music, just air raid sirens, not sure if the audio ever existed but it's from a video recorder so it should have at some point:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xWn_rTiDMxY

>>1173787
That's where you're wrong bucko

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https://www.theglobeandmail.com/politics/article-ottawa-sending-senior-diplomat-to-taiwan-as-its-eyes-and-ears-on/
Ottawa sends Beijing envoy to Taiwan amid rising tensions with China
>The federal government is sending its acting envoy in Beijing to take on the unofficial role of Ottawa’s ambassador to Taiwan amid China’s escalating military threats against the self-governed island, three sources say.
>Jim Nickel, chargé d’affaires in Beijing, will become executive director of the Canadian Trade Office in Taipei, Canada’s unofficial embassy in Taiwan, according to two Canadian officials and a source in the Taiwanese government. He replaces diplomat Jordan Reeves.
>“It’s a good move because Jim will be one of the more senior guys we’ve sent to Taipei, and because of his experience in Beijing, I think he will be an important person to provide advice back to Ottawa,” said Guy Saint-Jacques, a former Canadian ambassador to China.
>Mr. Saint-Jacques said Mr. Nickel is an experienced diplomat who will give Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly on-the-ground intelligence on Chinese aggression against Taiwan and strategic input into the Indo-Pacific strategy that is being drafted by her department.
>He added that Mr. Nickel will be able to provide analysis on Chinese disinformation campaigns in Taiwan and their efforts to influence the election in two years’ time as well as military tactics and manoeuvres in the Taiwan Strait and the Indo-Pacific region.
>The two Canadian officials say Ms. Joly has selected a female career diplomat to replace Dominic Barton, who resigned in December to become chairman of mining giant Rio Tinto, but Beijing has not yet approved the appointment. Both sources say there has been no pushback from China about the pending appointment of Mr. Nickel. The Globe and Mail is not identifying the Canadian officials or the Taiwanese source because they were not authorized to publicly discuss the matter.
>David Mulroney, who also served as ambassador to China, lauded Mr. Nickel as “exceptionally competent” and noted that Taipei is an important post.
>“It is one of our larger and more important posts in terms of staffing, the significance of our interests, and the complexity of the issues,” Mr. Mulroney said.
>Beijing has repeatedly conducted military drills simulating the invasion of Taiwan, and in recent years has militarized the South China Sea and stepped up intimidating warplane sorties against Taiwan. Beijing has never ruled out the use of force to bring Taipei under its control.
>Canada does not recognize Taiwan as a sovereign state and does not maintain official government-to-government relations with Taipei.
>Mr. Nickel, who is in Ottawa for briefings at Global Affairs, has been acting ambassador to China after Mr. Barton’s resignation. Mr. Barton was praised for helping secure the release of Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor from Chinese custody, but criticized for strongly pushing closer trade ties with Beijing and ignoring China’s human-rights abuses.
>The Canadian officials say China lodged a formal complaint to Global Affairs about a planned visit by a Canadian parliamentary delegation to Taipei in early October.
>China does not approve of foreign politicians visiting Taiwan. Beijing’s authoritarian rulers consider Taiwan a breakaway province even though the Chinese Communist Party, which seized power on the mainland more than 70 years ago, has never ruled the island.
>“China firmly opposes any form of official exchanges between the Taiwan region and countries having diplomatic relations with China,” the Chinese embassy in Ottawa said in a statement Wednesday. “We urge the Canadian side to abide by the one-China principle and respect China’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.”
>The embassy warned that “China will take resolute and forceful measures against any country that attempts to interfere with or infringe upon China’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.”
>Veteran Liberal MP Judy Sgro, who heads the Taiwan-Canada Parliamentary Friendship Group, acknowledged that the Chinese embassy had lodged a formal complaint but said Canadians MPs would not be bullied by China.
>She said the goal of the visit in the week of Oct. 8 is to enhance the relationship with Taipei and noted that members of the group usually visit the island democracy twice a year.
>“They [China] have complained before and I know they have complained this time but I don’t think we should be bullied by anybody,” she said in an interview Wednesday. “We are enhancing democracy and respect for democracy and building relationships. We are not going there to comment on what China does.”
>Now that the COVID-19 pandemic appears to be on the wane, Ms. Sgro said Canadian parliamentarians are keen to visit Taiwan and their trip would seek to expand commercial ties between both countries.
>The Communist Party has not ruled out using force to take control of Taiwan, which peacefully transitioned to democracy from martial law in the late 20th century.
>In August, China encircled Taiwan with threatening military exercises that included firing missiles near the island after Taipei played host to U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi, the highest ranking American official to visit in decades.
>Last month, China fired missiles over the island and sailed warships near Taiwan after Ms. Pelosi’s visit, which Beijing declared as a provocation.
>In the wake of the Pelosi visit, other Western legislators are scheduling visits to Taiwan, including a delegation from Germany.
>Canadian warships transit the Taiwan Strait about once a year. Last October, the Chinese military condemned Canada and the United States for each sending a warship through the disputed waters, saying they were threatening peace and stability in the region.

 No.1174460

>>1174446
>>The embassy warned that “China will take resolute and forceful measures against any country that attempts to interfere with or infringe upon China’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.”
FINAL WARNING: ISSUED
CANADIANS: IN SHAMBLES
XITRIOTS: IN CONTROL

 No.1174473

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 No.1174474

>>1174460
They won’t do shit LMAO it’s their bluff that was called

 No.1174477

>>1174474
As in China won’t do shit

 No.1174505

RIA Novosti: "The border service of Kyrgyzstan told RIA Novosti that clashes between the military are taking place along the entire length of the Kyrgyz-Tajik border"
We must critically support kyrgyzstan because they have an immensely cooler flag than tajikistan.

 No.1174519

File: 1663304061855.png (1.24 MB, 2000x1690, BRIVsDot.png)

>>1174446
Westoids are so far up their own ass that they actually go on and claim that them treating Taiwan like a real country and then wave away by claiming that they are supporting one-China principle. hell, USA went back even on one-China principle and changed the stance from "there's only one China" to "haha we recognize that Beijing thinks that there's only one China wink-wink"

China needs to buckbreak some big Westoid country to stop this nonsense. Or maybe force Taiwan to submit via targeted sanctions.

 No.1174531

>>1174519
China is already buckbroken. They can’t even get the US and Canada out of the Taiwan Strait and always end up having to huff and puff about them being meanies who don’t play fair.

 No.1174611

>>1174531
China doesn't really want to go to war with Taiwan, though? USA sailing one ship doesn't matter one bit, whenever China does drills, American dogs run away behind Japan, lmao

 No.1174636

>>1174519
Luxembourg be like "sign me up for that railroad fam"

 No.1174647

>>1174460
>impotent sabre rattling

 No.1175554

Sputnik Kyrgyzstan: "The Tajik side uses tanks, armored personnel carriers, infantry fighting vehicles and mortars, the Border Service of the State Committee for National Security of Kyrgyzstan reported
In response to the armed aggression of the Tajik side, the border guards of Kyrgyzstan are taking adequate measures, using all available equipment and weapons to force the enemy to a ceasefire, the ministry noted."
Kyrgyzstan current ruling party: Center-Left Social Democrats, part of the Socialist Internationale since 2018
Tajikistan current ruling party: Right-Wing Peoples' Democratic Party

 No.1175613

Kirghiz parliament stated that if hostilities does not stop by tomorrow general mobilization and martial law will be ordered.

 No.1175644

>>1174446
Not to detract from Canadian imperialism but you just know the burgers make the leafs do this shit to outsource their sabre rattling onto their (according to the spurious stereotypes) friendly, peace loving neighbor.

 No.1180859

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz expressed his irritation over Turkey's intention to become a full member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO)

 No.1180935

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 No.1181718

The new president of the Colombian left wing and former guerilla leader Gustavo Petro defends the legalization of cocaine at the United Nations General Assembly in front of representatives of UN countries and observer members from around the world and in the most natural way compares its harm to fossil fuels.
"What is more poisonous to mankind? Cocaine or carbon or even oil"?

 No.1185024

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"Roman Catholics outnumber Protestants in Northern Ireland for the first time in its provincial history, according to the latest census.

The newly released data reveals that 45.7% of the population identify as Catholic, compared with 43.5% who are Protestant."

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 No.1185046

>>1181718
I have the feeling that you are exaggerating, if that was the case -taking it more seriously than just an illustration in a speech- he would have already been condemned by all the nations of Latin America, and of course the US.
The headlines that I have read only say that he just called like many others the failure of the "war on drugs"
But it reminded me of a certain fella of the 80s…

 No.1185603

File: 1663909545295.jpg (370.55 KB, 1227x1161, asia-countries.jpg)

made this to piss off dengists (but only the nationalistic type)

 No.1185638

>>1185603
Too afraid to touch Cambodia, I see.

 No.1185910

The only way there will be "a multipolar world" is if China wills it so. Literally the only thing Russia can contribute is fossile fuels

 No.1186083

https://mronline.org/2022/09/15/the-global-south-has-lost-152-trillion-through-unequal-exchange-since-1960/

The global South has lost $152 trillion through unequal exchange since 1960

>Dependency and world-systems theorists have long argued that “unequal exchange” is a key driver of global inequality. Since wages and natural resource prices are much lower in the global South than the North, poor countries must export many more units of embodied labour and resources than they import in order to achieve a monetary balance of trade. This creates a constant transfer of labour and ecology from the periphery to the core, developing the latter but impoverishing the former.


>In a recent paper in New Political Economy that I co-authored with Jason Hickel from the University of London, and Huzaifa Zoomkawala, a data analyst based in Karachi, we quantify the value that has been appropriated from the South through unequal exchange since 1960. To do this, we use a method developed by the economist Gernot Köhler. Köhler proposes that we can use purchasing power parity (PPP) exchange rates constructed by the World Bank to value the South’s exports at the North’s price level. By subtracting the actual market price that the South received for its exports from this figure, we can measure the commodities appropriated by the imperialist states, in terms of the Northern price of those commodities.


>Using Köhler’s method, we find that in 2017 the ‘emerging and developing economies,’ as defined by the IMF, lost $2.2 trillion worth of goods to the ‘advanced economies.’ This represents an enormous loss for the South. These resources could have ended extreme poverty 15 times over, but instead they were transferred gratis to the core. This windfall is of enormous benefit to the centres of empire. For instance, in 2017 the U.S. gained $2,634 per person through unequal exchange, while the average Australian citizen received $3,116 from the South. Since 1990, the North’s annual gains from unequal exchange have sat at 5.2% of GDP, considerably higher than the North’s annual growth rate. In other words, if not for imperialist plunder, aggregate income in the North would have been declining for decades. The extraordinary levels of material consumption currently enjoyed in the North are predicated upon exploitation and poverty in the periphery.


>Figure 1 shows total value transfer since 1960. All up, the South has lost $62 trillion (constant 2011 dollars), equivalent to 97% of its 2017 GDP. If this surplus had been available to the South, it could have been reinvested in domestic economic development. If we assume this surplus would have grown at the same rate as Southern GDP, it would now be equivalent to $152 trillion.


>Our findings indicate this exploitative relationship has worsened over time. Figure 2 presents a time series showing the annual drain of surplus from the periphery over the post-colonial period. During the 1960s, the South lost about $38 billion a year, just over 1% of total Southern output. However, by 2005 drain from the periphery amounted to almost $3 trillion, or 9% of output.


>This increase in the scale of value transfer was driven by a concerted imperialist assault on the third world. On the one hand, Northern states have intervened to suppress Southern wages and prices. Through the 1960s and 1970s, Western powers violently toppled independent governments, installing military juntas that crushed organized labour, as in the Congo (1960), Indonesia (1965), and Chile (1973). Similarly, during the 1980s and 1990s, the IMF and World Bank (both controlled by the G7) forced global South countries to de-regulate labour markets and cut-back public sector employment. At the same time, Northern states have sought to preserve the monopoly power of their own firms, and insulate their high prices from competition. The IMF, World Bank, and WTO have pressured the South to eliminate tariffs, decimating its indigenous-controlled industrial sector. This has given Northern monopoly capital overwhelming control over the international market and the terms of trade. These imperialist policies account for the dramatic rise in exploitation since 1960.


>Since 2005, the scale of value transfer has declined somewhat. But this has been driven almost entirely by a change in the position of China—one of the few countries that was not forcibly structurally adjusted, and which continues to protect domestic industry. For the rest of the South, neo-colonial plunder continues at historically unprecedented levels.


>A common critique of unequal exchange theory is that global price differences reflect differences in productivity; Southern workers are less efficient than Northern workers, so their low wages do not provide a flow of value to the North. However, there is little evidence that the South is less productive than the North when it comes to production for international trade. The South’s export sector is equipped with advanced, ultra-modern technology provided by foreign capital. Similarly, Southern workers are subject to brutal Taylorist discipline that is illegal in the North. Indeed, one study of export processing zones in Mexico finds that Mexican metal workers, electronics workers, and seamstresses produce 10%-40% more output in an hour than their U.S. counterparts. Despite this productivity advantage, we find that Mexico lost $1,619 per capita through the undervaluation of its exports in 2017. Low wages and prices in Mexico’s export sector do not reflect low productivity; they reflect imperialist power imbalances in the capitalist world-system.


>These findings indicate that rich countries continue to rely on the exploitation of lands and bodies from the global South in order to maintain their high levels of growth and consumption. If we want to end poverty and ensure all people have access to the resources they need to live well, we must change the structure of the global economy. An important first step could be a global universal basic income of $5 a day. This would eliminate extreme poverty immediately, and reduce the South’s dependence on Northern-dominated export markets. Our research demonstrates such a cash transfer is owed, not as charity, but as compensation for the trillions appropriated from the South since 1960.

 No.1186122


 No.1186939

>>1185603
You should look into the recent history (last 60 or so years) of Yemen, it's very interesting spot in west Asia.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_Yemen
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yemeni_Civil_War_(2014%E2%80%93present)

 No.1187334

China Is Quietly Trying to Dethrone the Dollar
>At their recent summit in Uzbekistan, members of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO)—a prominent regional organization led by China and Russia—agreed on a road map to expanding trade in local currencies. A road map for using local currencies in trade and developing alternative payment and settlement systems has been part of the SCO’s economic plan for years.

>This agenda is in line with individual policies on the part of the group’s most prominent members, including Russia’s attempt to cushion the blow of Western sanctions, China’s deteriorating relations with the United States, India’s use of nondollar currencies in its trade with Russia, and Iran’s recent proposal for a single SCO currency. Chinese President Xi Jinping proposed to address development deficits through regional integration, especially by expanding the shares of local currency settlements, strengthening the development of local-currency cross-border payment and settlement systems, and promoting the establishment of an SCO Development Bank.


>Xi did not openly discuss the geopolitical risk of U.S. dollar dependence when addressing the recent SCO summit. However, his proposal reflected Chinese leaders’ deep concerns about the vulnerability of the Chinese economy to U.S. dollar hegemony and their desire to develop alternative systems to hedge against the risk of the dollar’s dominance.


>Beijing is not, for now, attempting to make the yuan an internationalized currency. It does not seek to dethrone the U.S. dollar and replace the dollar’s dominance in the global system with the yuan. Instead, it is taking steps to make the yuan a regionally powerful currency through local institutions in China and regional intergovernmental organizations such as the SCO. Beijing wants to increase the use of the yuan in China’s cross-border trade settlements and investment, reduce its dependence on the dollar, minimize exchange risk and dollar liquidity shortage, and maintain access to global markets during geopolitical crises.

https://foreignpolicy.com/2022/09/21/china-yuan-us-dollar-sco-currency/

 No.1191972

"With almost 67% of the votes in favor, Cuba said "Yes" to the new reform of the Family Code submitted yesterday to a referendum, which introduces gay marriages and adoptions in the country (previously there were civil unions) and surrogacy, among the news."

 No.1192158

>>1191972
based
another step towards making women obsolete

 No.1192187

>>1187334
Any info on the BRICS currency basket

 No.1196092

So what we thinking on a potential Aegan War?

 No.1196095

File: 1664379938152.jpg (145.36 KB, 750x464, stavroshalkias.jpg)

>>1196092
Greeks will win because they'll recall Stav to the motherland, at which point he will destroy the Turkish army by calling them small dicked fags who get no pussy.

 No.1196098

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>>1196095
He will install Hasan Piker as his puppet President. Tarik will be his Prime Minister.

 No.1200149

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It seems like the military president of Burkina Faso has been overthrown by one of his captains. Its also been said that he dissolved the government and constitution
https://twitter.com/AJEnglish/status/1575946821368676352?s=20&t=FS0SUB6XWZyfWXDxJ3iDKA

 No.1200158

>>1196095
>thinks a fat burger can swear half as well as a real person like any greek

 No.1200164

>>1200149
>CoD ghost mask

 No.1210442

Are the claims of a Hazara genocide in Afghanistan true?

 No.1210512

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/live/2022/oct/06/biden-democrats-gas-prices-oil-opec-saudi-midterms-latest
Democrats seek revenge after Opec+ cuts oil production ahead of midterms – live
Three lawmakers come out with bill that essentially declares Saudi Arabia is no longer an ally of Washington

 No.1210514

In completely unrelated news, pro-Saudi Twitter accounts suddenly begin caring about Amerindians and US imperialist violence

 No.1211789

Turkey has deployed attack drones in the internationally unrecognized Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus in response to the lifting of the US arms embargo on the Republic of Cyprus, Erdogan said. Erdogan added that the aircraft of the Turkish Air Force, if necessary, can take off from their bases at any time and reach the island as soon as possible to protect the TRNC.

 No.1211819

>>1211789

sauce ffs confederate

 No.1211823


 No.1212274

>>1191972
Cuba keeps winning, a blinding example of progress in the hellish backwardness that is the americas

 No.1212277

>>1185024
Kind of weird seeing all this religious turns. I think that American Evangelicals are getting BTFO hard though.

 No.1212295

>>1212277
>I think that American Evangelicals are getting BTFO hard though.
they deserve it if true, but i doubt they're being btfo. it seems more pervasive than ever where i live. but that's just anecdotal i think.

 No.1218310

Taiwan has changed the definition of what counts as a "first strike", said the island's defense minister - now not only an artillery or missile attack, but also a drone over the island will be considered a "first strike"

 No.1218343

>>1218310
<now not only an artillery or missile attack, but also a drone over the island will be considered a "first strike"
R.IP. Taiwan Formosa…

 No.1219773

List of individuals in C-suite at Chinese integrated circuit firms who will have to immediately quit or renounce US citizenship, or face jail time. The US’s latest sanctions, the most severe ever issued , extends even to private individuals. No US citizen or permanent resident (passport or green card holder) is permitted to work for any firm anywhere in the world that trades with Chinese IC. And that’s just the beginning. Expect USG to further curtail the individual freedom of Americans and to push for these policies to replicated in Europe.

 No.1219775

>>1219773
I wonder if this is an attempt to plug holes in protectionist policy and recreate america's tech superiority and prevent china from doing things like create microchip tech parity with taiwan or something. Might be too little, too late. Didnt china recently unveil a better microchip than the taiwanese ones?

 No.1219779

>>1219773
And before one jumps to the conclusion that this *really* hurts the US, the firms these restrictions primarily hurt are mostly in Asian and partially in Europe, and last in the US. These sanctions are cost free if not beneficial to the US and the destructive externalities are absorbed by allies.

 No.1219782

>>1219775
It’s to exploit chokepoints that the US has to ruin foreign semiconductor companies, damage Chinese economy in any way possible, move advanced/value added technology production from SK/Japan/TW to the US and in general continue to bifurcate the world into a “Cold War” that will define us for generations. In the future, Americans probably won’t even be able to travel to China because their own government bans them from doing so.

 No.1219785

>>1219782
>SK/Japan/TW
Is this another example of the us cannibalizing ally economies to remain competitive?

 No.1220172

The US has announced this week a formal end to the “free trade” era, in no uncertain terms. In fact, they very explicitly blew up the paradigm now that fair trade within the market system has no longer solely benefits the United States. There will be no global cooperation on any issue (lel, who even cares about climate change anymore?), and the imperial core now seeks to build a wall around itself and push those outside into the sea. The vulgar, civilizational category of “The West” has emerged as the new imperial alliance and the objective of the empire is to strengthen and empower North America, Western and Northern Europe, and honorary white country Japan (and perhaps South Korea) at the expense of the rest of the world.

 No.1220228

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>>1220172
Huh, guess neoliberalism is dead for good now.

 No.1220392

>>1191972
It's significantly lower than it should have been. Cuban politics is built on consensus, and rounds of narrowing things out so approvals and passed referendums are finally usually 95%+ approved. Many Cubans are saying this vote was the end of that kind of unity and consensus. Lots of social media trolls and ops posting about voting no to "send a message" or whatever.
>>1196095
Fat fuck can't even finish a podcast let alone fight a war
>>1219782
Already like this with North Korea, Iran, and Cuba pretty much.

 No.1220857


 No.1220890

>>1220857
<we were the masters how technology was working
what does he mean by this ?
Does he think that somebody had to tell electrons to flow through copper wires, and that's why there are electric lights.
Does he understand that "we western people" just discovered the laws of physics we didn't dictate what they are.

If I give that guy the benefit of doubt, and assume he meant deciding over technology configuration standards. I would not worry about China imposing ideology on technology, because they don't seem to have any tech-ideology.

 No.1220939

>>1220857
'@Joesph Gorbells tells #GPP2021' moar liek

 No.1221851

https://www.spiegel.de/politik/deutschland/nord-stream-schweden-laesst-zusammenarbeit-bei-pipeline-ermittlungen-platzen-a-490b359c-1508-458a-bb57-954e4ce11050

>Contrary to plans, Sweden, Denmark and Germany will not form a joint investigation team to investigate the leaks in the Nord Stream pipelines. According to SPIEGEL information, Sweden has rejected the establishment of an international Joint Investigation Team (JIT). According to information from security circles, Sweden is said to have justified the refusal by saying that the security classification of its investigation results was too high to share them with other countries.

>Shortly after the sabotage operation at the end of September, the federal government decided that German investigators should take part in the investigation. Federal police and army sent two military boats to one of the damaged areas last week. A »Sea Cat« underwater drone was launched there. Sweden had previously inspected the crime scene south-east of the Baltic Sea island and also secured evidence on the seabed.

So i guess this settles it then. Swedish security classification too high, case closed. I just wonder what evidence Swedish investigators luckily secured on the crime scene before German investigators arrived.

 No.1221868

>>1220890
Digital standards which are frequently patented or invasive.

 No.1221911

>>1221868
So they are worried that China will start badgering the rest of the world about patents ?
I doubt the Chinese ever cared about that. Intellectual monopolies exist in China in a very limited form and that probably was just as a curtesy gesture for western companies setting up factories in China.

Since the US has implemented their high-tech embargo, China is now exposed to pressures to develop their own high-tech as fast as possible. Patents would significantly slow down that technology development. If i had to make a guess the Chinese patent system will likely turn into some kind of board of fame for technical people. I could imagine that they give out rewards to people who file patents with particularly useful technology. But the hole exclusion deal, where patents ban others from using specific tech for 20 years, they'll ditch that because it will not be compatible with developing the productive forces. Patents basically function as a technology delay mechanism.

 No.1222056

Rival Palestinian factions signed an agreement in Algiers on Thursday aimed at resolving 15 years of fbi.gov by holding elections within a year after months of talks mediated by Algeria.

Participants in the talks included Azzam al-Ahmed, head of the Fatah delegation, Ismael Haniyeh, head of the Islamist Hamas movement, and leaders or representatives of fourteen other Palestinian factions.

Fatah is a social democratic party whereas hamas is the ruling islamist party in palestine.

 No.1222064

>>1221851
The Swedes likely don't want to antagonize the US and jeopardize their ability to join NATO.

 No.1222389

>>1222064
The Swedes could take a steaming dump onto Biden's or Charles III's desk and would get a bold smile and "Thank you very much!" in return. Sweden is Washington's favourite vassall in Scandinavia. It took some time to get them fully cucked into the Anglosphere and officially join NATO as well, but now they're apparently delivering.

 No.1222390

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 No.1222558

Reading articles saying Eurocolds are dissatisfied with US economic warfare destroying their economies is comical. They enables this belligerence from the US and are in the receiving end of the most bold, violent and pissed off DC blob in their lifetimes. If they had just not capitulated on a *single* thing, they could have tapped the breaks and prevented this from getting out of control. But there’s no stopping this monster now. War with China is coming soon. Very soon.

 No.1223547

File: 1665847183927.mp4 (2.03 MB, 720x1014, euIB-_2FvcFEFSrg.mp4)

Footage of pro-Russian protest in Haiti in opposition to any possible US-led intervention. Protesters are asking for a Russian or Chinese veto against any UN security council resolution.

 No.1223548

>>1223547
>According to the Miami Herald, the United States has drafted a United Nations Security Council resolution that will encourage the “immediate deployment of a multinational rapid action force” to Haiti to address the nation’s worst security and health crisis in decades, according to a copy of the resolution obtained by McClatchy and the Miami Herald.
>The draft resolution, confirmed by multiple U.S. and U.N. officials, comes in response to a call by U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres last week for the establishment of a rapid reaction force to assist the Haitian National Police. Over the past four weeks, powerful armed gangs have all but sent the country into anarchy, blockading the country’s largest fuel terminals and cutting off its critical roadways.
>It is the first public indication so far that the Biden administration is willing to participate in a military force in Haiti — although the resolution does not specify what role various nations would play.
>A U.S. source familiar with the drafting of the resolution said the multilateral force would not be under the supervision of the U.N. or assembled under Chapter VII of the U.N. Charter, which endorses the use of force for the maintenance of peace.
>Last week, Guterres proposed that Haiti and other nations or transnational organizations deploy a rapid response-force, to be followed in the medium-term by a U.N.-led force. It remains unclear who would lead the rapid-action force, but the United States, Canada and France — three countries with a long history of involvement in Haiti — have all expressed skepticism in recent days.

 No.1223552

>>1223548
I expect nothing to happen (and the international coalition go) cause no one gives a cent for Haiti.
By intervention I have seen an analyst who doesn't frame it as a peace corps (blue hats) mission, but a Afghan soviet stiled one, just cappie this time.

 No.1223570

Does anyone know what's going on between the US and Saudi Arabia? What are the Saudi's motivation for suddenly resisting the Jack Brandon Regime? Do they just want their Republican friends back?

 No.1223959

>>1223570
Saudi Arabian want autonomy over their oil buisinesses, and the petrodollar has proven to be more and more constricting as of late

 No.1224056

File: 1665871433194.png (147.24 KB, 480x480, ClipboardImage.png)

>>1222056
>aimed at resolving 15 years of fbi.gov

 No.1224078

>>1224056
spot the lie

 No.1224087

>>1212295
Thank you for that mp4 shay

 No.1225308

anyone have any reading recs or people to following regarding this situation in Haiti?

 No.1227947

>>1225308
No
Also looks like the Dominican Republic is reinforcing their equipment
>If the estimates of the Dominican president are taken as true, at least 70% of the Haitian territory would be taken over by criminal gangs, which implies that any international intervention will have to confront a powerful group that has not only seized spaces to infuse its law, but has enough weapons to defend himself.
>His statements are as forceful as the 164-kilometer wall that the Dominican Republic erects on the border with Haiti. In fact, last weekend the president made a tour to verify the progress of the first stage of the fence, which includes 54 kilometers of physical fence, 20 watchtowers and 11 gates, to "control" the entry of Haitian migrants. .
But commerce hasn't been hurt yet, net profit for exporting to the failed republic

 No.1234889

what makes taiwan beat china in every virtually every metric ever? taiwan beats all western countries too in theses metrics

seriously, give me genuine answers, please don't give me whataboutism answer

 No.1234890

idk

 No.1234891

lol who cares

 No.1234893

>>1234889
the west pours a shitload of money into it to make it part of the western sphere, same as south korea and japan (in the past)

 No.1240779

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So Abiy decided to finally stop being a cuck and it looks like TPLF is done for. They'll probably pull a Mengistu and retreat to America. I dunno, maybe it took this long to straighten out the ENDF(still it's EDF doing all the heavy lifting this time just like last time.) Hopefully he'll finish the job this time and not cuck.

 No.1240780

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>>1240779
>If you got somethin to say, then cough it out
>Cause uyghas be wantin beef, but when you pull out
>The heat they ready to talk it out
>What is there to talk about?
>You was just frontin, now it ain't nuttin
>Ain't that somethin?


NO FLY ZONE NAOW
The final cry of the dying American puppet.

 No.1241150

>>1234893
Partially true. All the gold in China was also relocated there when the KMT escaped with it during their retreat. Like literally. All the gold.

 No.1241153

>>1234889
> taiwan beats all western countries too in theses metrics

I’m not going to shit all over Taiwan Province, but this would be surprising to hear said if you actually lived there. People often overestimate the income of Taiwan people.

 No.1241161

>>1234889
Small countries who manage to effectively specialize in niche industries often do quite well.

 No.1241171

>>1241161
Eh Taiwan GDP is inflated by corporations who do the majority of business on the mainland being domiciled there + chips massively boosting GDP due to a mistaken assumption of macroeconomic accounting. If you went by GDP you would think it’s as wealthy as Japan.

 No.1242596

>>1234889
Tiny Island that had the entire world's meaningful chip production. I wonder what.

 No.1242598

>>1234889
its a more advanced economy

 No.1249732

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TPLF finally surrendered. It's OGRE.

Lel what the fuck? How Western media is reporting it, makes it sounds like it's a two way affair or something. Everything I'm seeing from Ethiopian sources says it's more of "TPLF agreed to drop their guns in exchange for not getting shot in the face."

"After an hours long stand off, the bank robber and the police have agreed to a cease-fire." Lol.

 No.1251407

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Apparently, there was an assassination attempt on Imran Khan

 No.1265332

Francis being a bloodthirsty war criminal should surprise no one who actually read the last man. He articulates dreams of endless, bloody wars.

 No.1265333

>>1265332
One wrong think people assume about The End of History is that this implies some kind of Leto’s Peace. Far from it. It is one where the liberal west constantly, literally constantly and eternally, bombs the rest of the world.


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