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    Post  Hole Fri May 21, 2021 11:57 pm

    Best part is that with the ambulances. Could you imagine someone in Biden country would blame the president for an ambulance coming late to a patient? Rolling Eyes
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    Post  PapaDragon Sat May 22, 2021 2:28 am


    Al Jazeera is jihadi media outlet

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    Post  GarryB Sat May 22, 2021 10:50 am

    The Jamestown institute is a US propaganda think tank.

    The very idea that investing in the Crimea cost someone living in the Urals their life because money spent on upgrading things in the Crimea obviously meant no money for anyone else... except there is no information about how the costs of restoring the Crimea back to civilised levels of infrastructure were gathered.

    Perhaps all Americans should sue the US government because obviously the 5 billion dollars the US spent to overthrow the legitimate government in the Ukraine could have built hospitals and supplied ambulances to save Americans in America.... instead they piss it away in a foreign country and they will have spent a hell of a lot more than that since then to grease the wheels to their satisfaction... why nothing said about that?

    Just enjoy the bitter salty tears of a defeated empire complaining about the rising countries that are replacing it are evil and should not be listened to... even when they make more sense.

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    Post  auslander Sun May 23, 2021 8:53 am

    All that obfuscation was a typical hit piece from SehSha, and like most quite infantile. If it's that bad here in our little piece of heaven, which we snatched from under their very noses, why is half of Russia thundering down here every spring? All you have to do is look at the sources of this 'report' and notice every alarm bell possible is ringing. Let 'em choke on it, if they want this island back so bad nothing is preventing them from trying to take it. Of course, if they try, orcland will cease to exist within minutes, but that's not my problem.

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    Post  auslander Sun May 23, 2021 2:35 pm

    And the orcs get screwed again. Couldn't happen to a nicer herd.

    The G7 countries decided to stop coal mining in Ukraine
    They intend to phase out coal energy by 2030.

    The states that are part of the so-called "Big Seven" have reached an agreement to end funding for coal mining abroad, including in Ukraine. Reported by "Ukrrudprom" on May 23

    In general, the G7, which includes the UK, Germany, Italy, Canada, France, Japan and the United States, intends to abandon coal energy by 2030.

    This decision was preceded by a two-week dispute between the ministers of the environment and energy of the G7 countries.

    In particular, Japan, which is one of the world's largest sources of financing for coal energy around the world, expressed concern that after the termination of G7 allocations, China, whose coal-fired power plants are technologically superior to Japan, will occupy this niche.

    It is already clear that the move away from coal and the transition to green energy has become part of the EU's strategy to protect its markets.

    In particular, a number of goods produced in countries where energy legislation is less stringent - for example, coal-fired power plants are used - will not be allowed for sale in the EU.

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    Post  kvs Sun May 23, 2021 5:24 pm

    Canada on the list is some sort of stupid joke. Canada is no more special than Australia. The G7 is the USA and its bootlicks.

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    Post  Hole Sun May 23, 2021 11:32 pm

    Two words: tar sands! pwnd

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    Post  kvs Mon May 24, 2021 12:14 am

    Hole wrote:Two words: tar sands! pwnd

    It is still a colony and not some "economic power" Smile

    As for the tar sands, that is not the PC term anymore and you must call them the oil sands.
    Keep up with the Orwellian newspeak!

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    Post  GarryB Mon May 24, 2021 7:17 am

    In particular, a number of goods produced in countries where energy legislation is less stringent - for example, coal-fired power plants are used - will not be allowed for sale in the EU.

    Which will essentially kill all imports from China to the EU... I can imagine them all happy to sign up to it today because 2030 is several election cycles away so not a big problem now, but when 2030 comes around... and it will do so quicker than they realise, what happens with raw materials and core components that are no longer made in the EU that are made in China... they will likely make exceptions to their rule until they can set up alternative production options, but it is going to be amusing.

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    Post  auslander Mon May 24, 2021 8:55 am

    GarryB wrote:
    In particular, a number of goods produced in countries where energy legislation is less stringent - for example, coal-fired power plants are used - will not be allowed for sale in the EU.

    Which will essentially kill all imports from China to the EU... I can imagine them all happy to sign up to it today because 2030 is several election cycles away so not a big problem now, but when 2030 comes around... and it will do so quicker than they realise, what happens with raw materials and core components that are no longer made in the EU that are made in China... they will likely make exceptions to their rule until they can set up alternative production options, but it is going to be amusing.

    'Woke' is a disease, and this includes all the screaming and hair pulling concerning 'global warming', 'global cooling (extant not too many years ago)' and all other bandaids they want to put on to be 'environmentally conscious', which means we the ordinary workers and peasants will have to tighten our belts, forgo meat, heat in winter, cooling in summer, inexpensive personal transport and all the other luxuries of modern life. Of course 'they' won't be bothered with such minor problems....until we come for them.

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    Post  LMFS Mon May 24, 2021 1:55 pm

    GarryB wrote:Which will essentially kill all imports from China to the EU... I can imagine them all happy to sign up to it today because 2030 is several election cycles away so not a big problem now, but when 2030 comes around... and it will do so quicker than they realise, what happens with raw materials and core components that are no longer made in the EU that are made in China... they will likely make exceptions to their rule until they can set up alternative production options, but it is going to be amusing.

    I find it interesting by what mental gymnastics do they think that they can rule on other peoples' "dirty" products but still others will be willing to take their fake money as world standard clown

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    Post  GarryB Tue May 25, 2021 7:38 am

    I think they are quite consistent... pretend morality is the key to punishing any opposition, but when it really comes down to ethics or morality they will genocide with the best of them and make everyone believe it was necessary, that it was actually a good thing in the end.

    Look at all the bullshit right now with that Ryanair flight... essentially what they are complaining about is Belarus taking an opportunity... whether they created that situation or not is irrelevant... to capture one of their enemies that was being funded by all the complaining peace loving pro democracy countries.

    The person that was captured was a 5th columnist who was spouting and supporting insurrection funded by foreign states that wanted to destroy his native country....

    Snowden and Assange and Manning didn't want the US to be destroyed... they wanted the criminal element unveiled and exposed and cleaned up... what they didn't realise is that criminal element was all of them so it could not be allowed to be exposed for the sake of democracy and peace and humanity.

    This 26 year old turncoat is getting generously funded by all sorts of western organisations which are essentially fronts for western intelligence agencies that want regime change in Belarus... whether he is doing it for the attention or the money is not important, the fact that he wants to do to belarus what was done to the Ukraine makes him a western stooge they need to make an example of.

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    Post  auslander Tue May 25, 2021 8:45 am

    The second I saw that Ryanair gig my and VCO's thought was BRAVO LUKA! Well done, now nail the bastid to a cross! Of course, the collective west is screaming bloody murder whilst conveniently forgetting their blatant attempts to get Snowden before he made it to safe haven and keeping Assange and Manning under lock and key basically for eternity.

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    Post  auslander Tue May 25, 2021 4:20 pm

    There are a lot of signs of some new diplomatic-military movement between Russia and China. Yang Jiechi is in Moscow for talks with Putin and others. Yang is actually higher in status than FM Wang. He is President Xi’s personal right hand in foreign and security affairs.

    Everyone is arming up for the coming war, and only a moronic fool will try to start a war with the two preeminent powers on the face of this rock. Here, every day and every night, all day and all night, one can hear the training. Methinks VVP and Xi have had enough and sooner or later the red line will be crossed and the ultimatum will come. It remains to be seen what the fading empire will do, but even their top brass want nothing to do with a war with Russia, let alone against an alliance of Russia and China. By the by, one of the red lines is NS 2 in my opinion. The only country in Europe that matters in the world scheme of things is Germany and the industrialists have made it very plain that NS 2 will finish and come on line. If somehow SehSha manages to stop NS 2 within days of completion, and the shore facilities to accept and transport the gas are already built to the best of my knowledge, then SehSha may will find their 'welcome' in the Fatherland in particular and Europe in general is over and would be well advised to leave and leave now. Mutti is walking dead and the Greens will take power and that is when the industrialists will show their real power. It's one thing to give lip service to 'environment', quite another to have the assembly lines at Benz stop or the steel mills in Rhineland go cold. Not going to happen.

    UK, sorry for those of you who live there and I don't mean this as an insult but simply a comment, any country that will build two massive aircraft carriers and have to borrow a squadron of SehSha's Marine F 35's to go on a 'show the flag' gig in Far East needs to do come serious thinking and concentrate on the mess they have internally rather than listen to the prattling on of the First Sea Lord. Poland? Falls under 'who'? Italy, they are too busy trying to get laid. France died in the hell hole of Verdun. Spain hasn't mattered for centuries, once the gold from South America dried up. Afrika and ME are prostrate from all the wars and killing, Central and South America are too busy satisfying the US lust for drugs to worry about becoming a World Power. Oz? Nice place even if they do talk funny, but too easy to isolate and/or blockade so no threat from that quarter.

    What we'll be looking at in the not too distant future is Russia/China facing off against Foggy Bottom. It will be Russia's proven military prowess combined with Katai's industrial might that will heavily weigh the thumb on the scales. Will SehSha blink and fold? Methinks we will be find out in what remains of my lifetime, ten years or less.

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    Post  auslander Wed May 26, 2021 2:29 pm

    Concerning the idiot Luka snatched from the Ryanair flight, him and his 'girl friend' who is supposedly due to graduate from University at this moment. Seems this sweet and innocent lass, speaking in a recorded and videoed with her knowledge interview by Procoratora, Prosecution, she has admitted searching for, finding and publishing on various web sites and to her followers the personal information concerning quite some several members of Byelorus security organizations, including address, family names and location of children and other relatives and whatever else this innocent child could find. Somehow I don't think she will attend her graduation, much as her Russian mother is screaming for.

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    Post  LMFS Wed May 26, 2021 2:52 pm

    They both need to face terrorism / high treason charges with the all it implies. This is no happy grass-root activism but fully criminal participation in foreign funded, existential threats to the country.

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    Post  miketheterrible Wed May 26, 2021 3:35 pm

    LMFS wrote:They both need to face terrorism / high treason charges with the all it implies. This is no happy grass-root activism but fully criminal participation in foreign funded, existential threats to the country.

    And that all should be told outright and let the media repeat it. So others get the hint.

    Why foreign companies keep breaking Russian laws is because they get slaps on the wrist. So they don't care about breaking laws. This all has to stop.

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    Post  kvs Wed May 26, 2021 3:47 pm

    auslander wrote:Concerning the idiot Luka snatched from the Ryanair flight, him and his 'girl friend' who is supposedly due to graduate from University at this moment. Seems this sweet and innocent lass, speaking in a recorded and videoed with her knowledge interview by Procoratora, Prosecution, she has admitted searching for, finding and publishing on various web sites and to her followers the personal information concerning quite some several members of Byelorus security organizations, including address, family names and location of children and other relatives and whatever else this innocent child could find. Somehow I don't think she will attend her graduation, much as her Russian mother is screaming for.

    This criminal doxxing requires hard jail time. A good 15 years at least. Enough with the wrist slapping "punishments".

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    Post  auslander Wed May 26, 2021 4:32 pm

    kvs wrote:This criminal doxxing requires hard jail time. A good 15 years at least. Enough with the wrist slapping "punishments".  

    It's up to Procoratora of Byelorus and following the laws of Byelorus. I have not a clue as to the penalties for what the lass admitted to doing but I'm sure said penalties are, or at least can be, substantial. Any way you look at it she will not live to see 30 or possibly even 25, when you play hardball with the professional's families you can expect to meet a not pleasant end.

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    Post  auslander Thu May 27, 2021 8:31 pm

    Of interest. After many weeks of training 48 hours a day 10 days a week, all branches, noise all day and all night noise abatement rules be damned, as of dusk last night 26.05.21, there is dead silence. Still, the streets are deserted, even the feckless hordes of tourists, aka Summer Plague, have failed to materialize so far. Some, yes, but not like the last three years with veritable hordes of them. I don't know about the rest of Krimu and could care less in regards to their annual plague.

    This being said, the events scheduled for 23 June and 03 July at Battery are a go, full dress for both and so far no special security as was last year.

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    Post  auslander Fri May 28, 2021 10:20 am

    No more spies flying over our beautiful little island. Mother is withdrawing shortly, just a couple days ago Duma said 'screw dat' when SehSha said it's Mother's fault SehSha left the 'open skies' spy detail:

    The US has told Russia it will not rejoin an arms control deal that permits unarmed aerial flights over dozens of participating countries. The state department said the Open Skies Treaty "has been undermined by Russia's violations" and its failure to return to compliance. Russia denies the allegations, and the country is also expected to withdraw from the treaty this year. The accord allows short-notice flights to monitor military activity. More than 30 nations participate in the treaty which came into force in 2002.

    "The United States regrets that the Treaty on Open Skies has been undermined by Russia's violations," the state department said on Thursday. "In concluding its review of the treaty, the United States therefore does not intend to seek to rejoin it, given Russia's failure to take any actions to return to compliance.

    Under Donald Trump's presidency Washington withdrew from the treaty. As a presidential candidate, Joe Biden called the move short-sighted. America's Thursday announcement means only one major arms control treaty between the two nuclear powers remains in place - the New Start treaty. It sets limits on deployments of strategic nuclear warheads and delivery systems. The announcement also comes as President Biden and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin are preparing for a summit in Geneva, Switzerland, on 16 June.

    When SehSha bailed out of the treaty, this meant the SehSha could not fly over Russian territory nor could Russia fly over US territory. However, 'NATO' members could and did continue to fly over Russia and of course like the good boot licks they are they dutifully downloaded all their info obtained to Uncle Sugar.With Duma having voted to end the treaty, this little flying spy freeby is over.

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    Post  kvs Fri May 28, 2021 4:15 pm

    Note how Uncle Swine-Shit never ever follows the dispute provisions of the treaties and just pulls out like some cock tease.
    They did this with the INF treaty where they had a whole mechanism to resolve the dispute that they never engaged. And
    they pulled the same stunt with the Open Skies treaty. They expected stupid Russians to permit NATzO minion states to keep
    on flying over Russia on behalf of the USA while not being able to do this themselves.

    And in both cases the "violation" excuses are ultra-lame. In the case of the INF it was some BS claim that a small sized missile
    had some absurd range. This is after they themselves routinely violated the INF by deploying dual use launchers in Europe that
    are explicitly banned by by the treaty. In the case of the Open Skies they threw the whole thing out over claims that Russia
    was not letting them help the Georgian regime to carry out more suppression activity against Abkhazia and South Ossetia. The
    Open Skies was about strategic security and not localized conflicts. The real story is that Russia developed an Open Skies
    monitoring plane that was on a much higher level than the old junk the US could deploy. In other words, Russia could get
    more value from its overflights. So the "hyperpower" threw a tantrum and took its ball back to mommy.

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    Post  auslander Sat May 29, 2021 6:46 pm

    Still absolute silence day and night, and not a uniform to be seen on the streets. Odd.

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    Post  franco Mon May 31, 2021 8:32 pm

    The deadline for a complete solution of the Crimean water problem has been announced

    Crimea continues to suffer from a water blockade announced by the Ukrainian authorities, which blocked the North Crimean Canal after the events of 2014. The problem is compounded by recurrent droughts and difficulty in accessing local fresh water sources. Moscow has prepared a plan to provide the Crimeans with water and named the time frame for solving the problem.

    During the discussion on the water supply to the residents of Crimea, Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on Economic Policy Valery Vasiliev outlined the main measures to solve the "water problem" of the peninsula and noted that this will be fully implemented by 2024.

    Vasiliev stressed that for the full restoration of the supply of Crimea and Sevastopol, it is necessary to transport more than 300 thousand cubic meters of water daily. To achieve such volumes, the government has prepared an action plan that should reverse the situation and close once and for all the problem of water supply in the region.

    It is planned to allocate 48 billion rubles for the implementation of 14 activities of the plan in the period up to 2024 - noted Vasiliev.

    According to the adopted plan, the peninsula will be provided with 310 thousand cubic meters of water daily - these volumes are quite enough to meet the water needs of the inhabitants of Crimea.

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    Post  miketheterrible Mon May 31, 2021 8:37 pm

    So uh, what is the actual plan?

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