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    Post  andalusia Fri Dec 03, 2021 7:59 am

    These are two good articles about why Russia and the US will always be enemies:

    https://english.pravda.ru/world/131852-russia_usa_enemies/

    https://geopolitics.news/analytics/the-forgotten-game-why-is-russia-enemy-1-for-the-us-and-west/
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    Post  kvs Fri Dec 10, 2021 11:42 pm



    Posturing twat Canada. Bleating about "oppression" in Russia while grossly violating the law in what amounts to police death squad
    activity.
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    Post  kvs Wed Dec 22, 2021 7:45 pm



    China: respekt respekt respekt respekt respekt respekt

    China is exerting pressure on major companies that are on the Chinese market to drop any products linked with
    Lithuania. Some of them have already folded and Lithuania is crying.

    https://www.reuters.com/world/china/exclusive-china-asks-germanys-continental-cut-out-lithuania-sources-2021-12-17/

    These NATzO f*ckers need to feel the consequences for their imperial meddling. Taiwan is not any independent country.
    It only exists because of a civil war and western interference. Lithuania has no right to determine the status of Taiwan.

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    Post  GarryB Thu Dec 23, 2021 2:41 am

    Hahahaha... Lithuania didn't do this... this was the US testing the waters to see what sort of response they would get...

    So now they have their answer...
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    Post  George1 Thu Dec 23, 2021 11:36 pm

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    Post  kvs Fri Dec 24, 2021 3:25 am

    I am going to put on another tin foil hat in addition to the multiple ones I am wearing.

    It looks to me like the whole phony left SJW hysteria in the west is a type of play to radicalize the western public into
    fascism aimed at Russia and China. Every anti-SJW discussion I see is singing from a rabid sheet when it comes to
    Ukraine and Taiwan. So Biden is supposedly letting Putin violate Ukraine and Xi do the same with Taiwan. We have
    an echo-chamber in the non-woke political space amplifying certain convenient foreign policy narratives that serve
    the western elites.

    The phony left SWJ trend is designed to fail. There will not be any "communist" take over in the west. When
    corporations are acting woke, then you know it is a fraud. This wokeness conveniently forgets about all of
    the traditional left issues: worker's rights, real education, etc. Instead we have moronic nonsense such as
    tranny access to female toilets. Denying the existence of male and female sexes goes against human biology
    and has to produce a backlash in the long run. All of the woke issues are phony and cannot last. Even if
    there is a lot of "life is too easy so let's make trouble" in the woke phenomenon, there is also way too much
    elite orchestration (e.g. Hollywood and the MSM). The elites would not be destroying themselves in a active
    fashion.

    We are headed for WWIII. WWII was driven by hysteria starting in Nazi Germany. NATzO is going to transmute
    into goosestepping Nazi marches for war on Russia and China in the next few years. All it will take is engineered
    votes to sweep into "power" right wing parties and politicians who will quickly push the war agenda. Biden's
    "softness" is designed to set up this reaction. NATzO voters are being riled up with woke harassment. The
    covid plandemic is being leveraged as well to establish sweeping powers for western governments. Again, just
    like Nazi Germany. All the trannies and deluded leftists will be rounded up as threats to the public order. They
    will have served their purpose and will be disposed.

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    Post  Airbornewolf Fri Dec 24, 2021 2:48 pm

    in my opinion about SJW's.

    They are an very vocal, yet very small minority, boosted to an absurd degree by big tech, billionare's and social media.
    While being downright intolerant and fascistic in their views, and unwilling to compromise on anything and refusing any dialogue.
    They actually burn down any goodwill the rest of society had to their community's.

    People here in europe start calling it "social justice cancer" more and more.

    They only get this presence because there are billionaire assholes that want this global hegemony where we all hold hands and dance around the campfire.
    ...and they get to decide what the working dredges of society like us must adhere to their laws and views.

    National pride is something that needs to be eradicated, morals and values need to be destroyed. so there is no unifying goal to strife for.
    The more society fractures, the better for multinationals and corrupt governments to control people.

    History is to be erased by permanent marker's, because it is "wrong","racist" or "inconvenient".
    Instead of being an invaluable tool to educate the next generation about the actions and history of our predecessors and shape an healthy world-view.
    This is no longer necesary, Truth will be the Metaverse and whatever they dictate what truth is.

    Schools used to be about science, language skills, good social discussions.
    Now its more and more about mindwashing any dissent, and erasing any identity.
    actively promoting LGBTQ content that should at the very least be 18+ and left to kids to find out on their own.
    It has no place at all at public schools.

    Now schools only create simpletons that only regurgitate whatever they see on social media or media in general.
    National flags are to be stomped upon.
    Government law and order is to be dismantled and attacked.
    All millitary forces are babykillers and psychopaths.

    And of course, LGBTQ should become the "new" export product to replace "democracy" to any nation that wants to determine it's own path.

    I am highly critical of NATO and my own government and millitary, but i did serve for ten years in the millitary.
    I believe there is honour in serving one's country. be it police or millitary.
    ...just not as a tool for American Foreign Policy and blatant agression against other nations.

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    Post  kvs Mon Jan 24, 2022 7:58 pm



    In a clear coordination with the Kiev regime, the regime of Sandu in Moldova is trying to start a military action in Transnister with
    the help of her NATzO patrons. She is using this to deflect from the gas crisis she created much like the Zelensky is trying to
    save his regime from the collapsing economic situation.

    What a freak show.

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    Post  Hole Mon Jan 24, 2022 8:12 pm

    Mr. Tsirkon could solve that "problem".
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    Post  miketheterrible Mon Jan 24, 2022 8:33 pm

    It may force Russia to strike Odessa if Ukraine starts. And once Odessa is temporarily taken, Moldova may shit themselves.

    In the end, Russia may create a corridor to be able to easily move troops and goods between the region.
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    Post  ALAMO Tue Jan 25, 2022 9:33 am

    miketheterrible wrote:It may force Russia to strike Odessa if Ukraine starts. And once Odessa is temporarily taken, Moldova may shit themselves.

    In the end, Russia may create a corridor to be able to easily move troops and goods between the region.

    ... And making a Kaliningrad style enclave reaching up the Dnestr river?
    Not a bad idea, not bad at all Laughing

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    Post  kvs Sun Jan 30, 2022 5:00 am

    An observation which may be naive but which may have a grain of substance. Note how China, India, Greece, Italy and Iran do not froth at the
    mouth against Russia. What a coincidence, the countries with ancient civilizations are not acting like some upstart snots like the USA which
    has a real history dating back about 300 years. I am not claiming that this is a hard rule of international politics, more like countries that
    never lasted long enough do not have much weight in their posturing.

    BTW, American "democracy" is not an American invention. It has been captured by the oligarchy since the gilded age at least. Teddy
    Roosevelt's anti-trust actions did not uproot the oligarchy. I would rather have an elected "tyrant" than shadow tyrants producing a
    kabuki theater of placebo elections. The covid-tardia seen in Canada as well is a perfect example. All the freedom is not worth used toilet
    paper.

    Also, I am not elevating Russia into a utopia. It has a lot of the same problems that the west does. But Russia is not bent on destroying
    the west and does not have a lie factory mass media endlessly demonizing the west.



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    Post  kvs Mon Jan 31, 2022 2:34 am

    Turdeau the clown of Kanada

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    Post  kvs Mon Jan 31, 2022 6:40 pm



    Nice comparison of Turdeau, the clown of Kanada, and Lukashenka the "tyrant" of Belarus.

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    Post  kvs Mon Jan 31, 2022 8:43 pm


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    Post  Hole Tue Feb 01, 2022 1:16 pm

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    Look who is leading the canadian truckers. Laughing

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    Post  franco Tue Feb 01, 2022 2:46 pm

    kvs wrote:

    Nice comparison of Turdeau, the clown of Kanada, and Lukashenka the "tyrant" of Belarus.


    Who was that fool on CBC saying that the Russians were behind the truckers? Canadian-Ukrainian?
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    Post  kvs Tue Feb 01, 2022 2:51 pm

    It is not that innocent. The go to propaganda for the last few years to dismiss any non-conformity in the west is to blame
    Putin. Ukrainian expats and emigrants cannot account for such BS.
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    Post  kvs Tue Feb 01, 2022 3:23 pm

    Turdeau has come out of hiding briefly to smear the protestors. He called the protest disgusting and repeated the claim that it
    was some fringe of bad people. This is the biggest protest in Canada in the last 40 years. Turdeau is a total scumbag with zero
    decorum. He is literally pissing on millions of Canadians. This fact cannot be denied. About 90% of the truckers are double vaxxed
    which means that people who have submitted themselves to vaxxing are against Turdeau's mandates and government overreach.
    This means that much more than 20% of Canadians are opposed. I would say at least 40%. Some "fringe".

    This sick f*ck was kneeling at BLM "protests". BLM is the real violent fringe but we are all supposed to felate its leaders while
    spewing excrement on genuine Canadian patriots who are normal people without any radical agenda. The protestors have the
    sanity agenda. The Turdeau regime is a collection of state power abuse freaks.

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    Post  miketheterrible Tue Feb 01, 2022 3:27 pm

    franco wrote:
    kvs wrote:

    Nice comparison of Turdeau, the clown of Kanada, and Lukashenka the "tyrant" of Belarus.


    Who was that fool on CBC saying that the Russians were behind the truckers? Canadian-Ukrainian?

    According to my buddy today, he said it was some land whale multicolored hair sjw who made the comment while interviewed on CBC.
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    Post  kvs Tue Feb 01, 2022 4:13 pm



    The NATzO fake stream media and politicians are attacking citizens of NATzO countries in the same rabid manner as
    they attack Russia.

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    Post  magnumcromagnon Tue Feb 01, 2022 5:13 pm

    Hole wrote:Russia's enemy countries - Page 22 Fkdroy10
    Look who is leading the canadian truckers. Laughing

    "That BASTARD!!! Mad Those semi's are nothing more than Putin's ICBM trucks in disguise!!!"

    - Justin "The French-Tickler" Turdeau

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    Post  magnumcromagnon Wed Feb 02, 2022 11:20 pm

    The bird brains that run Turkey have flew the coupe (but probably not the next coup)! Turdogans shenanigans (insincere, mala fides, two faced and multi-vector) are coming to ahead and perhaps eventually on the chopping block!

    Turkey revives GUAM to reduce the role of Russia in the post-Soviet space

    Ankara is ready to play its part in de-escalating relations between Moscow and Kiev, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said last week and invited Russian and Ukrainian Presidents Vladimir Putin and Vladimir Zelensky to visit him "to settle differences."

    "Turkey is ready to act in any role to reduce tensions between Russia and Ukraine," said his spokesman Ibrahim Kalin. “And we are doing this as Turkey, as a friendly country to both Russia and Ukraine, but also as a NATO ally,” the representative of the Turkish president emphasized .

    Excuse me, whose NATO ally? Russia or Ukraine? Unclear. How not very clear is Erdogan's insistent desire to reconcile Moscow and Kiev. Let me remind you that he made a similar statement last fall, proposing to hold a summit on Donbass with the participation of two leaders, to which Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov then replied that this was impossible, since Moscow was not a party to the conflict.

    Both Kiev and Moscow welcomed Turkey's peacekeeping efforts, but hardly anyone in both capitals seriously believes in success, no matter where the meeting takes place and no matter who the mediator is. Erdogan himself hardly believes in this. But he needs to designate a presence in the region. And in general, the topic of the “Russian-Ukrainian war” is the most central one on the world agenda today, and it “must” be highlighted in it.

    However, in Moscow, it seems that they are not only skeptical about the fact of negotiations with Kiev, but also doubt the sincerity of the Turkish leader's desire to help extinguish the conflict. Well, how could it be otherwise, when at every step he recalls the “occupation” of Crimea and sells strike weapons to Ukraine.

    The other day, answering the question whether he believes in the beginning of the war, the Turkish leader said: “I don't think it's realistic. In order for Russia to take this step, it needs to reconsider the situation in the world and its own situation. Azerbaijani President Aliyev recently visited Ukraine. Now I will also talk to Ilham Bey. And of course, it will be necessary to talk about all this with Putin. Because this region can no longer tolerate wars. We need to completely eradicate wars in this region. “I will go in and seize these lands” - things will not move forward with such logic. For example, what did Russia do in Ukraine? She settled in the Crimea. As for Crimea, at every meeting with Mr. Putin, I always tell him that we are against the occupation of Crimea. Our Foreign Ministry also informs its colleagues about this. In other words, our policy in this regard is clear.”

    Started for health, and ended for peace. With such an approach, it is hardly worth waiting for a breakthrough.

    But here's what I'd like to draw your attention to. Erdogan recalled that recently Ilham Aliyev visited Kiev, after which he is going to talk with him. About what? And what does Aliyev have to do with it?

    Let me remind you that during this visit, Kiev and Baku signed a number of documents, but most importantly, they agreed to create a transport corridor bypassing Russia, which will connect Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Georgia and Moldova.

    The question immediately arises: what will be transported along this corridor and where? When talking about transport corridors in Eurasia, arteries connecting Europe and China or Europe and India usually come to mind immediately. There are many options for a corridor from Beijing to Europe, and the simplest, shortest and cheapest of them is through the Russian Trans-Siberian Railway. Of course, the Trans-Siberian is not able to fully meet the needs of China, there are other options, for example, a corridor going through Kazakhstan and Russia. There is also an option - bypassing Russia - through Central Asia, the Caspian, Transcaucasia, Turkey. And what does Ukraine have to do with it?

    Oh, yes, back in 2015, Ukraine, having lost the FTA with Russia, tried to integrate into the Trans- Caspian corridor by sending an experimental train from Odessa Ilyichevsk to China. This train was then lost somewhere in the steppes of Kazakhstan, it turned out that they simply did not pay for it. He eventually reached his destination, but with a huge delay. I believe that at that time all participants in the chain were clearly convinced that it is better not to deal with Ukraine. Yes, even if everything went smoothly for her, why waste time and money reloading goods from train to ship and back twice, when you can reload once or even send cargo only by land?

    And here it is again! This route is unlikely to be of interest to China. As, however, and India, which has a completely land "North-South".

    The only thing that comes to mind is that Azerbaijan, Georgia, Ukraine and Moldova decided to arrange some kind of "cabal". The main thing is to sound the sacred "bypassing Russia."

    What do these countries have in common, besides the Soviet past? Yes, yes, firstly, this is the very past, which they call the period of “Soviet occupation” (in Azerbaijan, although they don’t rush about this topic, like their neighbors, the country’s accession to the USSR is called nothing more than the “occupation” of the ADR Soviet Russia). In the present, all of them are united by unresolved territorial conflicts. Azerbaijan has almost decided its own, but the other three republics have not. At the same time, all three consider their conflicts to be "Russian occupation."

    Azerbaijan and Ukraine have been cooperating in the field of “fighting separatism” for several years, in particular, they had an agreement to allow only those goods from Nagorno-Karabakh and Donbass that are licensed by official Baku and Kiev to enter the territory of the partner country.

    But in fact, the contacts of the former Soviet republics, which have a clear anti-Russian orientation, began long before that. Back in 1997, the GUAM association (Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Moldova) was created - an integration project aimed at integration with the West as opposed to integration with Russia. Note, long before the color revolutions in Georgia, Ukraine and Moldova. At that time, Georgia and Azerbaijan were even members of the CSTO. But the vector has already emerged. And the process was controlled by the same West, which at that time was not yet in a state of political confrontation with Russia, but sought to weaken it as much as possible, first of all, removing the post-Soviet states from energy dependence on Moscow by creating energy transportation routes bypassing Russia.

    Among them was the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan oil pipeline, opened in 2006 and designed to drive Azerbaijani and Kazakh oil to Europe not through Novorossiysk, as before, but through Turkey. A year later, the operation of the Baku-Tbilisi-Erzurum gas pipeline began. At the same time, a gas pipeline was conceived from Iran, and then Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan to the EU countries "Nabucco", the main goal of which was to free Europe from gas dependence on Russia. The anti-Russian political orientation of the project was not hidden.

    True, Nabucco remained unrealized. But part of it from Baku to Europe was embodied in the Southern Gas Corridor (TAP-TANAP).

    What is interesting: 15 years ago, these projects were actively supported and promoted by the United States - of course, for political reasons. But today, the main interested party and beneficiary (both in politics and in the economy) is Turkey, which seeks to lock in all the gas flows leading to Southern Europe.

    Speaking of Nabucco. One of the stumbling blocks for connecting the gas capacities of Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan was the dispute over the field, which was called "Kyapaz" in Baku, and "Serdar" in Ashgabat. Things almost came to a break in diplomatic relations. And last year, the parties unexpectedly agree after almost 30 years of dispute.

    And who was the mediator? By a "strange coincidence" this happened immediately after the end of the Second Karabakh War, as a result of which Ankara claims to receive access to the Caspian Sea. Today we can talk about the actual revival of "Nabucco" under the leadership of Turkey. And not only him. The transport corridor discussed by Aliyev with Zelensky is also very similar to Turkey's project, the purpose of which is to entangle the region with its infrastructure web.

    Yes, the GUAM project turned out to be unviable and practically died, although a certain surge of interest in it was observed after the coup in Ukraine in 2014. Today, against the background of the aggravation of the situation around Ukraine and the return to power of anti-Russian forces in Moldova, a new surge may begin. You only need a driver. And this role, apparently, can perfectly play, and Turkey is not averse to playing. It is through this prism that its “peacekeeping” impulses in Ukraine should be viewed. Through it, the desire to restore relations with Yerevan that unexpectedly seized Ankara. Ankara seeks to close on itself not only energy flows, but also the political processes of the region. Those that are not controlled or weakly controlled by Russia.

    Obviously, Turkey considers the reanimated GUAM as an attempt to balance Russia's influence in the region in its favor, or even completely nullify it. And, obviously, after the events in Kazakhstan, its activity will increase. There has already been talk again about the need to create "Turan" as a military alliance. But Erdogan clearly has a broader view - he does not intend to limit himself to the Turkic republics. And he may not be alone in this.

    According to Ukrainian political scientist Konstantin Bondarenko, Great Britain is hatching plans for a large-scale change in Europe, for which it is actively using Turkey. London, in his opinion, is trying to form the London-Ankara axis, on which Poland, Ukraine, Moldova, and, in the future, the Baltic countries can be strung.

    It is hard to disagree, given that this “axis” is historically established since the time of the Great Game, and with the arrival of the former ambassador to Turkey, Richard Moore, to the post of head of MI6, it became clear that Britain would increasingly use the hands of the Turks to get into political processes in Central Asia, Transcaucasia and, as we see, not only.

    Recently, the UK Geostrategy Council published a geopolitical map, which formed a triple axis between London, Warsaw and Kiev. Now add the Baku-Tbilisi-Kiev-Kishinev axis to the same map. What do we see around Russia? Scissors. Or ticks.

    Of course, Turkey cannot be called only a weapon in the hands of the British. Erdogan is very ambitious and he wants to play his own role, he has his own interests. But these interests, when they concern the post-Soviet space, clearly run counter to Russian ones.

    In recent days, rumors have been actively circulating in the Armenian media about the possibility of withdrawing the Russian military base from Gyumri if Armenia and Turkey establish diplomatic relations and the border between the countries is opened. In Yerevan, the rumors are denied. But isn't that what London, Washington, and, of course, Ankara would like very much?

    https://www.ritmeurasia.org/news--2022-02-03--turcija-vozrozhdaet-guam-dlja-snizhenija-roli-rossii-na-postsovetskom-prostranstve-58458?utm_source=politobzor.net

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    Post  Navy fanboy Wed Feb 16, 2022 5:13 am

    Pfft does the Australian leader have rocks in his head? i mean he threatens China and Russia.

    Maybe Russia should bring Pyotr Velikiy for a cruise down to the Pacific, especially considering when Varyag and Marshal Shaposhnikov visited it scared the G20 when in Melbourne. Maybe its time for Scott Morrison to stay out of a situation that has nothing to do with them. Just my opinion. Seeing Pyotr there would make Australia think twice, maybe im biased considering the Kirov's are my favourite warships

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