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We will see Type 055s patrolling the Gulf of Mexico in our lifetime. The same way USians were loitering in the Taiwan Straits.


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Harbin, China. European elegance + Chinese maintenance and management. Best of both worlds.



I almost imagine that this is how the USSR would look if it survived until the present


Harbin has heavy Russian influence so probably yes


yeeeeeew why China didn't use totalitarian gray-blue filter???

Seriously though, Russia could have looked like this. Although Moscow kind of looks like this, in historical regions. Less trees on the sides of the roads, though


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>Seriously though, Russia could have looked like this.
If only we could go back in time and stop the counter revolution….


Cuban Crisis 2 incoming.
And the PRC better not back down this time.


One of the big reasons for the sino soviet split is that the USSR stood down during the Cuban crisis while the PRC wanted to confront the United States. To quote Mao "Khrushchev has moved from adventurism to capitulationism"


Adventurism in the first place was done to appease the West and become part of the West. Hungarian uprising grew into an uprising because Khruschev prevented the instant Soviet measures. In Cuba, he surrendered to USA - Turkey got their missiles while USSR removed their from Cuba at the end.


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Ummm based?


Not even Chinese but seeing this slimy trend of Taiwanese gusanos calling the mainladers "Chinese" while themselves "Taiwanese" is pissing me off. Joseph Wu's tendency to call PLA planes as "Communist planes" when getting interviewed by FOX and SkyNews is even more pathetic.

Joseph Wu is such a worm. Listen to his SkyNews interviews and he tries so hard to pander to the "right wing" crowd of the USians and Strayans, saying how "these woke countries that don't support Taiwan and USA are our greatest threat" holy shit.


Cuba should host secret (spy) balloon base


why are you posting this across multiple threads simultaneously


Its not really a secret spy base if the literal fake news media can cover it openly.


The post you quoted is a very apt description of the G7 countries.


yeah no shit his name is fucking Joseph


Eventually we'll return to the 70s when no one gave a shit about the rogue province, right now we're living through the 50s where it's the spearhead of democracy in Asia (also the REAL Chinese government)


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Pentagon is denying it.


damn, and i thought the sheer amount of capeshit being put out was exaggerated


Change my mind:

PRC should donate a small nuclear arsenal to all socialist territories, and the USSR were irredeemable for not doing so. They clearly don't sincerely care about other countries.


>Change my mind:


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I'm so fucking glad that the highest office you nutjobs could ever aspire to is janny on an imageboard. If people here were put in charge of a country, you wouldn't even last 24 hours.


Most people on this thread approve of the cpc's handling of the largest country on earth though?


I was replying to >>1493473. The thread he created got merged to here.


Does anyone have actually reliable sources on what it's like inside Chinese prisons? Western sources on the subject are a nonstarter of course.


yeah this story is fake news. the cuban gov denied it.


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This thread is guaranteed to be astroturfed by state-sponsored shills.


Why not other threads ? Stop projecting burger


Logical fallacy
Also I have never said the American ones aren't, invertebrate


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>Logical fallacy
>Also I have never said the American ones aren't, invertebrate


Is that Deng's bravest American soldier, circa 1976?


What's the simplest means of using bilibili on android if you don't know chinese? The app doesn't seem to have language settings and the mobile webapp seems to just exist to funnel you to the app. I wanna watch Arknights fan animations.


>>1494114 (me)
oh nvm, they have a seperate app for english, and Brandon blocked that one on the play store but not the chinese one. Weird.


China's internet has hundreds of memes and trends, but for some reason only one gets picked up and translated by anglo-facing media. I wonder why?


>Okay. Do you still use them to hide your IP or something? IIRC VPN stands for "virtual private server" amd they are used as basocslly encrypted proxies that tunnel traffic to a different server/IP. I figured it would be the same in China no?

It is, you just use a normal VPN. Not sure why that guy is saying a VPN doesn't work lol


You're definitely trolling but it's hard to tell with Westoids now, why the fuck would China give a singular shit about leftypol?


Nukes are expensive to maintain. If they also paid for upkeep then maybe it would work but otherwise it might just make those countries more susceptible to IMF loans and shit.


wdym? Here, on this very internet?


>>1494131 (me)
actually it seems like they have 2 different sites, with the stuff i'm trying to watch being on .com, not .tv…
Maybe I should just use desktop and a browser plugin.


>>1494340 (me)
should've checked f-droid to start with: there's a newpipe fork that does bilibili.


he war began in the early morning hours with a massive bombardment — China’s version of “shock and awe.” Chinese planes and rockets swiftly destroyed most of Taiwan’s navy and air force as the People’s Liberation army and navy mounted a massive amphibious assault across the 100-mile Taiwan Strait. Having taken seriously President Joe Biden’s pledge to defend the island, Beijing also struck pre-emptively at U.S. and allied air bases and ships in the Indo-Pacific. The U.S. managed to even the odds for a time by deploying more sophisticated submarines as well as B-21 and B-2 stealth bombers to get inside China’s air defense zones, but Washington ran out of key munitions in a matter of days and saw its network access severed. The United States and its main ally, Japan, lost thousands of servicemembers, dozens of ships, and hundreds of aircraft. Taiwan’s economy was devastated. And as a protracted siege ensued, the U.S. was much slower to rebuild, taking years to replace ships as it reckoned with how shriveled its industrial base had become compared to China’s.

The Chinese “just ran rings around us,” said former Joint Chiefs Vice Chair Gen. John Hyten in one after-action report. “They knew exactly what we were going to do before we did it.”

But a swift response may not be possible, in large part because of how shrunken the U.S. manufacturing base has become since the Cold War. All of a sudden, Washington is reckoning with the fact that so many parts and pieces of munitions, planes, and ships it needs are being manufactured overseas, including in China. Among the deficiencies: components of solid rocket motors, shell casings, machine tools, fuses and precursor elements to propellants and explosives, many of which are made in China and India. Beyond that, skilled labor is sorely lacking, and the learning curve is steep. The U.S. has slashed defense workers to a third of what they were in 1985 — a number that has remained flat — and seen some 17,000 companies leave the industry, said David Norquist, president of the National Defense Industrial Association. And commercial companies are leery of the Pentagon’s tangle of rules and restrictions.

Many critics say it’s not enough. “We’re in a window of maximum danger,” says Christian Brose, a former senior aide to the late Sen. John McCain, who for years was a lone voice in the wilderness warning against the Chinese and Russian buildup. “We could throw a trillion dollars a year at the defense budget now, and we’re not going to get a meaningful increase in traditional military capabilities in the next five years. They cannot be produced.”

One of the reasons, again, is that China and other countries — not all of them friendly — make and supply a lot of that stuff now. Over decades of what many say was delusional thinking by both political parties about turning China into a friendly “stakeholder” in a peaceful international system, Washington heedlessly ceded shipbuilding, aircraft parts and circuit boards over to China and other cheap overseas labor forces. America’s new F-35 fighter jets, for example, contain a magnet component made with an alloy almost exclusively manufactured in China. China also totally dominates machine tools and rare earth metals, essentials for manufacturing missiles and munitions, as well as lithium used in batteries, cobalt and the aluminum and titanium used in semiconductors. While Beijing has made new advances in explosives, most American military explosives are made at a single aging Army plant in Tennessee, Forbes reported in March.


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Most normal American elementary school quiz questions.


jesus fucking christ


My last history teacher in high school regularly watched alex jones uncritically and started talking to us one day about how sandy hook never happened, so this shit is prob real.


lol my high school economics teacher was an ayn rand/milton friedman nut that would make us watch pro friedman or randian documentaries


I had a history teacher that was like "I go to tea parties" (back when the tea party movement was a big thing) and got canned for having sex with former students. He'd send out Facebook friend invites after graduation to see which girls would be dtf. He was a gym rat and ironically one of the few history teachers that wasn't also a coach.


I was reading through some of the CIA left threads and I found a few having a conniption over the PSL writing something about how the entire Tiananmen story is bs used to justify aggression. It’s funny how schizo and incoherent the sinophobic-left story has to be because it can’t just admit outright that the entire thing about a massacre of students in the square literally did not happen, students were never the victims, and they were reactionary liberals in the non-American sense.

I’m sure these leftoids would like to completely remake the story to be about the Beijing residents who, to be honest, were actually were the protagonists of the story. But they can’t, because the entire thing is about liberalism and anti-communism, and fundamentally cannot deny a massacre of 10,000 students that literally did not happen. And honestly, even if they could, doing this would mean to contextualize June 4th as one event in a long chain of events that continue to this day. It would require a person to understand conditions and have knowledge. They’d know something about the last THIRTY years in China beyond a single image. This won’t happen and can’t happen.

So they perpetually whine and act scandalized and outraged when someone not on an NED payroll points out, Hey, DAE notice the entire story is complete bullshit? Oh and btw the government doesn’t and never denied it happened.

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