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The Taiwan Butt Brigade, also known as “Anal Force Asia,” is losing friends left and right as the world begins to understand the value of Sino-Friendship
The Taiwan Butt Brigade, also known as “Anal Force Asia,” is losing friends left and right as the world begins to understand the value of Sino-Friendship

The revolutionary Jewish-backed terrorist junta in Taiwan wants the world to know that they won’t back down simply because they don’t have the support of Honduras anymore.

They will stand strong in the name of gay anal fisting as well as anal licking, even in the face of Honduras not supporting their extreme gay agenda.

Such bravery.

If Honduras told me, like, “hey this gay stuff is too much, I’m not going to be your friend anymore,” I would consider heterosexuality. But not Taiwan. They are anal for life.

Reuters:

Taiwan will remain resilient and pragmatic and support its allies, not bowing before the “big bully in the neighbourhood”, Foreign Minister Joseph Wu said on Friday as the island faces the loss of long-term ally Honduras to China.

On Tuesday, Honduran President Xiomara Castro announced the government would seek diplomatic ties with Beijing, which would come at the expense of Taiwan, which China claims as its own territory.

Castro’s foreign minister, Enrique Reina, said on Wednesday that the pivot to China was partly because Honduras was “up to its neck” in financial challenges and debt – including $600 million it owes Taiwan.

Speaking at a reception in front of an audience that included ambassadors from the clutch of countries which still maintain formal ties with Taiwan, though not the Honduran ambassador, Wu said Taiwan would remain “agile, pragmatic, resilient and lovable”.

They love assholes, especially when it comes to licking.

That’s how they got the full and total endorsement of gay rights activist Tucker Carlson – Carlson doesn’t care if you have tiny, slanted eyes, as long as you agree with Western values of really doing hardcore licking of gay anus. I mean, he will support you if you go full licker, because, he claims, licking gay anus is a form of love.

“As a responsible member of the international community, we are always more than willing to share our expertise and experience with our allies and like-minded partners,” Wu said.

“Over the years we have worked together with our diplomatic allies to support their national development plans in elevating the welfare of their people,” he added.

Despite the shadow of the big bully in the neighbourhood, Taiwan will not budge,” Wu said, in a clear reference to China. “It will continue to stand tall as a force for good in the world.”

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen also attended the event, sitting at a table with ambassadors from ally nations, among them Paraguay’s ambassador whose country holds elections next month which could see them also ending ties with Taiwan.

Yeah, this is something.

Ending a relationship with Taiwan is actually a way to end the relationship with the United States of Ass-lickers. Showing allegiance to the fake country of Taiwan is a way to show allegiance to the big daddy of fake countries: Uncle Sam AKA “Uncle Slam Your Asshole.”

There is no material benefit to aligning with Taiwan, because China is the country with the money.

As a wise man once said “first you get the money, then you get the power, then you get the women.”

Most people prefer women and in particular their breasts and vaginas to the anuses of young boys, which is all Taiwan is willing to offer. Therefore, people would prefer to be aligned with China, all things being equal.

Giving up the relationship with China is a way of pledging total allegiance to the United States, something that has been seen as beneficial to some African and Latin American countries. The fact that these countries are now leaving the US by abandoning the “Anus of Asia,” Taiwan, is significant.

They’ve been losing a lot of allies lately, to the point where the US is going to be their only friend.

As a general matter, it makes much more sense to take a trade and investment deal from China than it does to be bullied, abused, and forced to do gay sex by America. As the US becomes less and less intimidating, due to the wanton stupidity of its leadership, as well as it becoming more and more aggressive about forcing sexual and social perversion on foreign countries, there just isn’t any incentive to be associated with these Jew freaks.

It’s wonderful to see the US losing its status as dominant global power. The US is a Satan state run by Jews obsessed with trying to force gay sex on the world, and because God is real, they can never succeed.

This Comes After the Deal of the Century

This is after China announced a deal to open relations between Saudi and Iran, which is the biggest geopolitical happening since the invasion of the Ukraine and is getting very little coverage in the West.

This is an impossible alliance, but China did it, and now they’re all organized and positioned against the anal empire.

This is happening, folks. I’ve been talking about it for a long time, and I guess it didn’t sink in because the media wasn’t talking about it, but a new world order is emerging without Big Anus on top.

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  1. “hey this gay stuff is too much, I´m not going to be your friend anymore”

    Now if the Vatican tells you that you might have a problem – here, the operative part seems to be

    – including $600 million it owes Taiwan

    So, they let Taiwan pay for, erm, companionship and are now doing a “who, me?”
    Funny … wasn´t it the mainlanders and their “predatory lending” ™ we are always
    being warned about?

    • Agree: Notsofast
  2. Oh good, another Anglin chink dicksuck article. Let this be a lesson to everyone: miscegenation causes psychological damage.

    • Troll: Rahan
    • Replies: @HeebHunter
  3. @Tallest Skil

    Other Asians must love hearing the word “chink”. Music to their ears. That is how amerimutts and kikes make “friends”, haha.

    Can’t wait for the day to slit the throat of every kike and their angloid slave.

    • LOL: 36 ulster
  4. This one got lost in the ass-licking.

    • Agree: Ace
  5. Charles says:

    It is “an historic”, not “a historic”. I am not picking on the tweet from whomever that guy is because, in fact, this is a post-literate era, at least in the West.

  6. Notsofast says:

    despite the shadow of the big bully in the neighborhood, taiwan will not budge……lol, once the bloated flatulent hegemon takes its fatass back across the pacific along with the darkness that it casts, they will definitely budge and in fact cower, begging for forgiveness. hey bro, you know we were just kidding…. we’re all chinese right?

    free, free, formosa
    free, free, palestine

  7. raga10 says:

    The importance of Honduras should not be underestimated. Remember that in WWII Honduras took on both Japan and Germany, declaring war against them in 1941 – and I don’t have to tell you what happened to them next!

    With that in mind, the outlook for independent Taiwan (which is definitely a real country, thank you very much!) is grim indeed.

    Of course, it’s all about money. Chinese have it, Honduras does not. The fact that a country on America’s doorstep should need to look for support and economic opportunities to the other side of the planet, to a state with which it shares nothing politically, racially or culturally is a massive failure of American policy.

    • LOL: Che Guava
    • Replies: @Ace
    , @showmethereal
  8. Notsofast says:
    @Charles

    correct me if i’m wrong, but since historic doesn’t start with a vowel, it is a historic, rather than an historic. now with a cockney accent historic is istoric, to which an istoric sounds more correct. the same issue with herb, which i would usually say an herb because the h is not pronounced. this is all further proof of the barbaric origons of the english language and any attempt to apply rules to the grammar of this hodgepodge language ends up with a long list of exclusions, i before e, except after c, or when sounding like a, as in neighbor and weigh, unless it is in a month with less than 31 days…….you see what i mean, we’re fucking barbarians, embrace it, don’t try to polish the turd

    • Replies: @Sollipsist
    , @Poupon Marx
  9. Anonymous[307] • Disclaimer says:

    I’m confused, could someone help me understand?

    Andrew often criticizes the Jews and claims they’re trying to run the world and have to be stopped.

    But he worships a Jew as his God.

    WTF?!?

  10. Jim Given says:

    Tucker Carlson is an advocate of gay sex (?)

    Because he thinks Red China is the major threat to the US?

    He sure as hell does not want to fight for Taiwan. (Or Ukraine.)

  11. @Notsofast

    Yes, to be precise it is technically “an historic” and you might lose 5 points on the final exam because of it… but anybody who makes a point to comment on it online is probably a douchebag.

    • Disagree: Che Guava
    • Replies: @Notsofast
  12. Harry E says:
    @Anonymous

    Andrew often criticizes the Jews and claims they’re trying to run the world and have to be stopped. But he worships a Jew as his God. WTF?!?

    Most Christians say that Jesus was a Jew. However, there are Christians who say he was not a Jew, based on their definition of “Jew”. See the following web page for more information.

    https://christogenea.org/podcasts/exactly-why-jesus-christ-not-jew

    “What if Jesus were descended from the Israelite tribe of Judah, as the Scripture says that He is. … But what if the people known as Jews today were NOT of the tribe of Judah? Nor even of Benjamin or Levi? Then how could Jesus possibly be a Jew? The answer is easy, Jesus is not a Jew because the people known as Jews today are not of Judah. The Bible itself tells us this.”

  13. DogZ says:

    Actually, a wise man once said… “How’m I gonna get a scar like that eating p*ssy”?

  14. @HeebHunter

    Your D&C is textbook jewish COINTELPRO. China is an enemy of the white race, just as all other species of humanity are. The article is about China specifically. Your non sequitur betrays you.

    • Thanks: SINCERITY.net
    • Troll: Harold Smith
  15. Notsofast says:
    @Sollipsist

    according to the grammarist “an historic” is an unnecessary affectation, that is used a third as often as “a historic”. where as scribbr states “a historic” is correct. and this is exactly what i am talking about, we are barbarians, we need to embrace this and stop pretending that english is latin, and that it makes sense. agree on the douchebag part.

  16. Right_On says:
    @Charles

    Since ‘historic’ begins with a hard ‘h’ sound, we’re advised to say ‘a historic’ rather than ‘an historic’.
    HOWEVER, that rule works fine if you pronounce ‘a’ using the long A sound (as in ‘bay’), which is how posh Englishmen speak; I pronounce ‘a’ using the short A sound (as in hat) and that grates on my ear when followed by ‘historic’.
    I’m with you, in other words. Similarly, I’d ask: “Is there an hotel nearby?”

    • Replies: @Che Guava
  17. I agree with the gist of Anglin’s columns. But they often feel like they were written by Blutarsky in Animal House:

  18. Anglin – I am jealous. Your reefer is stronger than mine?
    United States of Ass-Lickers! You deserve a nobel prize for that. I’m jealous.

    • LOL: Petermx
    • Replies: @Fidelios Automata
  19. @Notsofast

    Test case: A hysterectomy or An hysterectomy?

    A hysterical douchebag or an hysterical nitwit?

    • Replies: @Che Guava
  20. Anon[358] • Disclaimer says:

    Jesus was (is) not a jew . He is a God, then as a god has no ethnicity. Argument can be claimed on account of He mother, as Jews consider to making Him a jew through her. In fact, He is a demigod because He is of God and huma parantage.

    • LOL: Realist
  21. @Charles

    Only in England, you bleedin’ toff!

    • LOL: Notsofast
  22. @Anonymously Unkown

    “Uncle Slam your Asshole” is my fave.

    • LOL: Petermx
  23. Petermx says:

    LOL. Great article.

  24. 36 ulster says:
    @HeebHunter

    Just to be on the safe side, I’ll continue to breathe freely.

  25. It’s not only Central America, Africans says NO to anal:

  26. @Notsofast

    And China will simply ignore the compradore vermin, who will, no doubt, run off to some Anglosphere regime and pretend to be ‘White’.

  27. @Tallest Skil

    Slow day in the CIA press room?

    • Replies: @Tallest Skil
  28. @Anonymous

    Christianity has been characterized as a paganized version of Judaism. Its central figure, a fundamentalist Jewish nationalist, had preached the return of Yahweh within the lifetimes of his acolytes, to establish a literal Kingdom of God which would see Jews installed in their rightful place to “rule the nations with a rod of iron.” As his legend spread into the larger Mediterranean world his prophecy was applied to all people, metaphorically, and projected into an indeterminate future. In the process he acquired the attributes of divine paternity, virgin birth, divinity itself after a Solstice-cycle sojourn in the underworld, and so on – elements of classical Roman theology that all pious Jews regarded as abominable heresies.

    The earliest “Christians” appear in Antioch in the 50s, the era of Paul’s Epistles, though they would not generally be known by that name for decades. Under Roman rule, Jews had long enjoyed exemption from military service and certain taxes. The new spin-off sect claimed these privileges still applied to them, but the established Jewish community there vehemently disagreed, dismissing them as heretics. The virulent Jew-hate that characterizes John’s Gospel half a century later was to further distance the new faith from its embarrassing origin in Judaism, which had by then thoroughly disgraced itself in Roman eyes after the bloody First Revolt in Palestine.

    Like all religions, Christianity is syncretalist – it incorporates into its dogma the most popular mythologies of the cultures it encounters. The latest American addition, the “Gospel of Prosperity,” reflects our society’s delight in materialism and instant gratification, quite the opposite of the original tradition.

  29. @Charles

    Depend on how you pronounce it. Historic or ‘istoric. I agree, though, when writing, as opposed to speaking, the a/an rule should apply. IMHO. This is always a speed bump for me when reading. Very distracting.

  30. Che Guava says:
    @Notsofast

    Andre’s take is predictable, not that I disagree. Most interesting for me was the list and dates of initial recognition. Three in 1941, Panama in 1912. The others weren’t independent states until later.

    So, a reminder that the Republic of China (now restricted to Taiwan and a few smaller islands) claims to be the successor state of the original Republic of China, and is the successor state of Chiang’s Republic of China. It’s on their banknotes, passports, names of companies and institutions, and so on, a simple fact they can never escape.

  31. Che Guava says:
    @Notsofast

    In English as I learnt it, ‘herb’ was pronounced as in ‘Herbert’. ‘Hour’ and ‘honest’ are the only examples I can think of where the ‘h’ is always silent. The only examples where social class, degree of pretension, and region make a real difference to ‘a’/’an’ usage are ‘hotel’ and ‘history’, ‘historic’, etc.

    Non-aspirated ‘h’ pronunciations of ‘herb’ and ‘hospital’ are minor.

    The use of the French pronunciation of ‘herb’ in the NE U.S.A. (as opposed to just dropping the ‘h’) is certainly pretentious. It really jarred on me the first time I heard it in a bad N.Y. Jewish T.V. show.

    So, vive la difference.

  32. Che Guava says:
    @Anonymously Unkown

    … and more. Many titles of famous books in English have the form ‘A History of …’. I’ve read some of them.

    Can’t think of one with a title of the form ‘An History of …’.

    • Agree: bike-anarkist
  33. Ace says:
    @Charles

    Your right about that!

  34. Ace says:
    @raga10

    Now that is an insightful observation!

    The Great Hegemon is fatally afflicted with the Mrs. Jellyby Syndrome. Urgent business in Syria and Ukraine, you see.

  35. @GomezAdddams

    >[no argument]

    Thanks, burn in hell. If you have nothing to add, don’t reply at all. Find another website to spam since you seem to support the genocide of whites.

  36. anonymous[375] • Disclaimer says:
    @Observator

    It is amusing to read pagan vermin bicker amongst themselves, about the origins of their supposed mangod. Little do they understand that it has always been about the blessed man’s message of true monotheism.

    If you worship a man then you are no different from other men-worshipping religions, like the most rabid of pagan faiths… Hindooism.

    I wonder what Christians feel about their faith being a form of Hindooism-lite. Does it warm your pathetic pagan hearts?

    • Replies: @raga10
    , @Annonydog
  37. anonymous[375] • Disclaimer says:
    @Priss Factor

    Some of you here have an unhealthy obsession with “cut dicks.” Is it a guilty desire to have some of it? Perhaps y’all loathe your smegma-crusted dog-dicks.

    • Replies: @Che Guava
  38. Che Guava says:
    @Right_On

    Surely. when asking

    Is there an hotel nearby?

    you mean that you say ‘Is there an ‘otel nearby?’ Anyhoo, though not a native speaker, ah’ve gone into it in more detail than they.

  39. Che Guava says:

    Urgent business in the Ukraine,
    can’t think of nothing more,

    Urgent business in the Ukraine,
    and maybe makes y’all poor,

    Urgent business in the Ukraine,
    it’s all such a stunning bore.

    Urgent business in the Ukraine,
    as if it’s your own war.

  40. Che Guava says:
    @anonymous

    You are the one with the unhealthy obsession. Priss was clearly referring to ‘transmania’, and not to your ugly practise of cutting.

    Simple cleanliness and washing, it seems, keeps uncircumsised dicks clean.

  41. raga10 says:
    @anonymous

    I wonder what Christians feel about their faith being a form of Hindooism-lite.

    I’m pretty OK with it. I’ve always felt that Jesus would cut a more compelling figure with a head of blue elephant.

  42. 迪路 says:
    @HeebHunter

    To be honest, I don’t find the word chinaman insulting.
    For the Chinese, insulting words generally come from Japan.
    This is where the Jews in control of America and the CIA are insane. The very existence of the Chinese is based on a strong cultural identity and nationalism, but they often use some insulting memes from Japan, which is why they will never succeed.
    The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) is doomed to fail if it tries to Japanize itself, because Taiwan’s basic agenda is Chinese identity.

  43. Annonydog says:
    @anonymous

    This fellow assumes that everyone shares his idea that being a Hindu is the lowliest of lows.

    Must be a frothing in the mouth Muslim Rage Boy.

    Most likely a Paki goat fucker.

    • Replies: @bike-anarkist
  44. @raga10

    All of the money in Taiwan is Chinese money since the government took all the national reserves and the most valuable treasures to the island when it went into retreat. So if Taiwan is a country it owes China many many billions for theft. Can’t have it both ways.

    • Replies: @raga10
  45. @Tallest Skil

    So why don’t you go back to Europe and pull of the moat and close the door and leave the rest of the world alone then?

  46. raga10 says:
    @showmethereal

    So if Taiwan is a country it owes China many many billions for theft. Can’t have it both ways.

    I agree. In your opinion then, if Taiwan agreed to negotiate the subject of reparations would Chinese in turn be prepared to drop their territorial claims on Taiwan? I kind of doubt it, because I don’t recall any Chinese official ever taking such position. But of course I’m not Chinese so tell me if I’m wrong.

    • Replies: @showmethereal
  47. @Observator

    The earliest “Christians” appear in Antioch in the 50s, the era of Paul’s Epistles, though they would not generally be known by that name for decades. Under Roman rule, Jews had long enjoyed exemption from military service and certain taxes. The new spin-off sect claimed these privileges still applied to them, but the established Jewish community there vehemently disagreed, dismissing them as heretics. The virulent Jew-hate that characterizes John’s Gospel half a century later was to further distance the new faith from its embarrassing origin in Judaism, which had by then thoroughly disgraced itself in Roman eyes after the bloody First Revolt in Palestine.

    Can I get a source for that info? (Not disputing it. I’d just like to read more details.)

  48. @Notsofast

    My opinion is that either way is acceptable and therefore correct. Language is dynamic and changes due to common usage. That’s how Latin became Italian. How do I know this? Because my english teacher, Mrs. Ritchie told us and illustrated this fact in the 10th grade.

    Tomato or tomatoe? Etc, etc.

    Another false dichotomy of Western thinking, discrete categories, Aristotelian logic, and the morass of German philosophy. I have said this before, but evidently no one was paying attention.

  49. @Annonydog

    Take your Indian subcontinent blather to Hindustani times.

  50. raga10 says:
    @Observator

    The virulent Jew-hate that characterizes John’s Gospel half a century later was to further distance the new faith from its embarrassing origin in Judaism

    Hmm.. another 100 years or so later, there came one Marcion of Sinope. His view was that Jewish god was not the true god and he proposed to establish the canon which completely excluded Old Testament.

    You’d think that if the church wanted to distance itself from its roots it would embrace his views, yet he got himself excommunicated for his trouble instead.

    A pity, in my view. I think Christianity could’ve been much better religion if it jettisoned the baggage of the Old Testament.

  51. kihowi says:
    @Anonymous

    Hey here’s a more important question. Jews claim to be human, yet they’re not. What’s up with fake news like that?

  52. @raga10

    No they wouldn’t even if they agreed to pay reparations. For one thing the island would be bankrupt so it wouldn’t happen. Second it is about national rejuvenation after the century of humiliation… Taiwan is the last piece. Thirdly – it is about security. The US uses it’s bases in it’s vassals in Japan and South Korea and former colony Philippines and taken territory Guam to box China in and to contain it. China can’t do anything about other countries – but there is no chance they will let Chinese territory leave – to become part of the US containment strategy.

    My statement was for the DPP separatists in Taiwan who claim they are not part of China anymore. They don’t offer to pay reparations – because they don’t have a clue how the real world works.

    I specify the DPP rather than KMT. Notice the former leader of Taiwan (he’s the one who met Xi in Singapore back in 2015) just announced yesterday on March 27th he will be visiting 5 cities in Mainland China to promote peace and then will go to pay respects to his ancestors in Central China. it will be taking place while the DPP leader Tsai is pulling her “transit” stunt stopping over in the US “unofficially” before going to Guatemala and Belize (Honduras is not on the itinerary – as this story obviously shows why). The KMT who originally took all the money and treasure to the island are not the ones who claim it is a separate country. They claim to be “democratic China” – but still China.

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