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Joe Biden is a war president who is making George W. Bush look like a little baby.

Imagine if the kids in the neighborhood are having a squirt gun fight, then one of them runs into the house and gets his dad’s 9mm and starts shooting everyone with bullets. That’s the difference of Joe Biden to George W. Bush.

Bush started a bunch of stupid and expensive wars, but they were really just joke wars which had not real effect on the American people. They were very expensive, but the way America runs its economy, the American people didn’t really feel the cost (except in the 2008 crash, which is blamed on 911 but wouldn’t have happened without the wars).

Joe Biden is starting real wars with real countries. Claiming that you are willing to go to war with China to steal a part of their country is effectively a declaration of war.

This is big, big news.

At time of writing, the White House hasn’t denounced Biden’s statements yet. In fact, they issued a statement saying they agree with it. Maybe they will walk that back I guess – but it looks like this is actual policy.

CNN:

President Joe Biden said Monday that the United States would intervene militarily if China attempts to take Taiwan by force, a warning that appeared to deviate from the deliberate ambiguity traditionally held by Washington.

During a joint press conference with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida in Tokyo, Biden was asked if the US would be willing to go further to help Taiwan in the event of an invasion than it did with Ukraine.

“You didn’t want to get involved in the Ukraine conflict militarily for obvious reasons. Are you willing to get involved militarily to defend Taiwan if it comes to that?” a reporter asked.

“Yes,” Biden replied. “That’s the commitment we made.”

“We agree with the One China policy. We signed on to it, and all the attendant agreements made from there, but the idea that it can be taken by force, just taken by force, is (just not) appropriate,” he said.

Who made that commitment?

How can you agree with the One China Policy and also claim that Taiwan is an independent country? Obviously, you can’t, because the entire purpose of the One China Policy – as the name implies – is a confirmation that there is only one China.

This really feels like something that the White House should be denouncing.

Under the “One China” policy, the US acknowledges China’s position that Taiwan is part of China, but has never officially recognized Beijing’s claim to the self-governing island of 23 million.

Several of Biden’s top administration officials were caught off-guard by the remarks, several aides told CNN, adding that they were not expecting Biden to be as unequivocal as he was.

In a statement following Biden’s comments, a White House official said the US’ official position remained unchanged. “As the President said, our policy has not changed. He reiterated our One China policy and our commitment to peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait. He also reiterated our commitment under the Taiwan Relations Act to provide Taiwan with the military means to defend itself,” the official said.

This is literally the opposite of the Taiwan Relations Act.

Like, seriously – the literal opposite.

The President has made similar comments on Taiwan in the past, including during a CNN town hall in October, only to have the White House walk back his remarks and insist that longstanding US policy has not changed toward the island.

The US provides Taiwan defensive weapons, but has remained intentionally ambiguous on whether it would intervene militarily in the event of a Chinese attack.

Not anymore!

Apparently!

But this time, Biden’s strong warning was made right on China’s doorstep, during his first trip to Asia as President — a visit aimed at uniting allies and partners to counter China’s rising influence.

It also came a day before Biden is scheduled to attend the second in-person summit of the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (Quad) — an informal grouping between the US, Japan, Australia and India that has alarmed Beijing.

India is getting hesitant.

Japan is a nation of perverts who are afraid that the Chinese will come in and ban their sick porno and pedophile cartoons.

Japanese man outside your room listening to you masturbate while smiling with glee
Japanese man outside your room listening to you masturbate while smiling with glee

Australia is obviously just a vassal state of the US.

To be clear – the purpose of the Taiwan Relations Act was very explicitly to make it illegal for a president to unilaterally change policy towards Taiwan.

The Act also violates the One China Policy, so it’s a mixed bag, but Biden citing this while saying he’s going to use the US military to fight the Chinese is nonsensical, and basically just proof that the Biden people think Americans are retards who can’t read.

Wikipedia:

The Taiwan Relations Act does not guarantee the U.S. will intervene militarily if the PRC attacks or invades Taiwan nor does it relinquish it, as its primary purpose is to ensure the US’s Taiwan policy will not be changed unilaterally by the president and ensure any decision to defend Taiwan will be made with the consent of Congress. The act states that “the United States will make available to Taiwan such defense articles and defense services in such quantity as may be necessary to enable Taiwan to maintain a sufficient self-defense capabilities”. However, the decision about the nature and quantity of defense services that America will provide to Taiwan is to be determined by the President and Congress. America’s policy has been called “strategic ambiguity”, and it is designed to dissuade Taiwan from a unilateral declaration of independence, and to dissuade the PRC from unilaterally unifying Taiwan with the PRC.

The act further stipulates that the United States will “consider any effort to determine the future of Taiwan by other than peaceful means, including by boycotts or embargoes, a threat to the peace and security of the Western Pacific area and of grave concern to the United States”.

The act requires the United States to have a policy “to provide Taiwan with arms of a defensive character”, and “to maintain the capacity of the United States to resist any resort to force or other forms of coercion that would jeopardize the security, or the social or economic system, of the people on Taiwan.” Successive U.S. administrations have sold arms to Taiwan in compliance with the Taiwan Relations Act despite demands from the PRC that the U.S. follow the legally non-binding Three Joint Communiques and the U.S. government’s proclaimed One-China policy (which differs from the PRC’s interpretation of its one-China principle).

So, it does allow weapons to be sold to Taiwan, but explicitly states that aside from that, it should be impossible for the US to get involved militarily. It doesn’t outright rule out military involvement, technically, but it definitely outright rules out Joe Biden just going up at a press conference and saying he will start a war with China over Taiwan.

Literally, the purpose of the act was to make it illegal for a president to do this.

It is just bizarre that the White House would even mention this act. I guess the White House is being run at this point by millennials who probably didn’t bother to read the act or skim the Wiki page. They could have just not mentioned it at all, and claimed this was at the president’s discretion, instead of citing a law that says it’s explicitly not at the president’s discretion.

I guess it doesn’t really matter much. It’s not like Congress is going to fight with Biden over a war with China. They’re supporting this war with Russia virtually unanimously, and the complaints about it in the Senate are only related to the amount of money it is going to cost to run the war.

Things are getting crazy here, folks. It is 100% impossible for the US to “defend” Taiwan from a Chinese liberation. It’s just too far away, and it’s an island. What’s more, no one in Taiwan is going to fight back. You have this animosity between the Ukraine and Russia, and there is no such animosity between Taiwan and China. Chinese people are not emotionally unhinged like the Ukrainians, and their only concern is money. If Xi Jinping is able to give assurances that their money won’t be affected, they are literally not going to care at all.

The other thing is that the US has forced gay sex on Taiwan, which is something that at least 75% of the population is against. The referendums on anal marriage consistently failed, so the US occupation government just forced it on people.

The Kuomintang (KMT) – the nationalist party that founded “The Republic of China” – is basically openly pro-reunification. For a while they were ousting leaders who called for reunification, but at this point they can’t maintain being the right-wing party and not be pro-reunification.

Reunification wouldn’t do anything anyway. China would do the same thing they did with Hong Kong – “One Country, Two Systems.” Taiwan makes a lot of money, China has no reason to mess with their current government system. They would demand that stupid childless fat woman president resign and issue a public apology for being “disrespectful and mean-spirited.” They would call for new elections – probably even allowing DPP to run – KMT would win, then that would be that.

Just like the Ukraine conflict has nothing to do with Ukrainians, Taiwanese “independence” has nothing to do with Taiwanese people. This may be shocking to you, but most people in the world do not care about abstract concepts of “democracy and human rights values of who we are.” Most people the whole world over are concerned about their family and their money.

There is no possible way to stop a lightening takeover of Taipei by Beijing. So what Biden is actually talking about when he talks about a “military response to China invading Taiwan” is that the US would attack China as revenge for taking Taiwan.

This is why you shouldn’t let criminals, pedophiles, and satanists control your government!

This is the face Joe Biden made while declaring war on the Chinese.
This is the face Joe Biden made while declaring war on the Chinese.

It is pretty funny though – this senile old man up there starting a world war in the name of gay anal sex while we the people have literally no idea who is even running the government.

Spiraling Completely Out of Control

We’re now seeing what we’ve been waiting for since I’ve been writing this website: the Western ZOG system is moving to establish a one world government, and that means destroying China and Russia, who are not interested in sacrificing their sovereignty to be a part of a global anal order of democracy who we are human rights values.

All attempts at stirring up fake revolutionary movements in China and Russia have failed, so they are going for war. They are also up against a clock on several different levels:

  • China and Russia are not getting any weaker or less prepared for war
  • The West is not getting any stronger or more prepared for war
  • As a result of bizarre and deranged social-engineering programs, the West is facing an economic fallout that will prevent it from being able to fund its war machine

So, they’re going for it.

This is going to affect your life – a lot.

They might even draft you into the military.

At the very least, get out of the cities. I’ve been telling you this for years. At this point, I would say that if you can, you should flee to Mexico or Paraguay or something. Latin America is going to be the least involved in any of this, other than Africa. You can probably move to Africa and get citizenship if you invest a couple hundred thousand dollars.

Most of you are probably weebs who think of moving to Asia when you think of moving to a nonwhite country, but I don’t think that makes any sense. Obviously China is going to be at war, South Korea is going to be invaded and Japan is going to get bombed to all hell, the US will be active in the Philippines which will get them bombed. Indochina could well be invaded if the Americans think they can get a foothold there. Maybe not, because those people fight pretty good.

Tradthots in wheat fields? Nah. Waifus in rice fields? Yes.
Tradthots in wheat fields? Nah. Waifus in rice fields? Yes.

Anyway – Latin America might have conflict between East and West aligned states as both try to get the maximum amount of resources for their war effort. That’s possible. But it will likely not be high intensity, like it’s going to be in Europe and Asia.

I mean, that kind of conflict is also possible in Africa. Africa is supplying large amounts of resources to China, and the US will try to cut that off, but they will probably just bomb ports. But hey – we’ve recently invaded Somalia, so who knows! That could be in preparation for the African front of World War Anus!

The place you really don’t want to be is the US, because this is going to be hell on earth. Of course, the rural parts are not going to be like the cities.

I would also recommend rural parts outside of the US, because there are going to be food crises and you as a foreigner will be a target for robbery and murder in a third world city during a World War.

But listen: the time for doing anything to stop this ended in November of 2020 – really, it ended when people went along with the virus hoax. Maybe it ended in 1945. But it’s long past. The only thing anyone can do is try to live through this.

The East is ultimately going to win the war. But it’s just likely that hundreds of millions or even billions of people are going to die.

I have no idea when this is going to happen. After I was wrong about the timeframe of the virus hoax, I learned my lesson and am not giving any dates. I wasn’t wrong about the virus hoax – you can see it coming back now, monkey style! – but I was wrong about the winter of 2022. Of course, I couldn’t have predicted the war on Russia popping off – but that just goes to show dates are not something you can predict. These people running things don’t even know the dates.

But a war will happen – there are no other options.

But hey – chin up! Maybe Elon Musk will send a robot army to takeover the US government and then surrender to the Chinese.

Come on, Elon. We’re not asking for much. Just a robot army marching on Washington.
Come on, Elon. We’re not asking for much. Just a robot army marching on Washington.
(Republished from The Daily Stormer by permission of author or representative)
 
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  1. That man will say anything when there isn’t a teleprompter to read from.

    Elon Musk was right, the true power in the US is whomever writes down the words Biden reads to us.

    • Agree: Decoy
    • Replies: @Decoy
    , @anon
    , @follyofwar
  2. Jim H says:

    ‘The Kuomintang (KMT) – the nationalist party that founded “The Republic of China” – is basically openly pro-reunification.’ — A. Anglin

    The KMT always has advocated reunification — under its leadership. Until the Chiang family dictatorship ended in the late 1980s, maps in Taiwan showed all of the mainland under KMT rule, though everyone knew it wasn’t factually true.

    Having been under Japanese rule from 1895 to 1945, then under the KMT and (later) DPP party ever since, Taiwan has been de facto independent of China for 127 years.

    Cultures can diverge quite a bit in 127 years. Imagine Britain asserting that Canada is British territory and should reunify. Even though Elizabeth remains the titular Queen of Canada, Canadians wouldn’t accept being ruled from Westminster.

    Taiwan is culturally distinct from mainland China. Having gotten used to multiparty democracy in a capitalist economy, Taiwanese don’t want to be ruled by a Communist dictator chosen by party insiders.

  3. neutral says:

    It must be said a million times over, there is no Biden, that senile moron makes no decisions and is unable to think. Whatever that puppet says is fed directly to him from his ZOG masters.

  4. anon[429] • Disclaimer says:

    We need to go to war with China to protect the LGBTQ+ community in Taiwan from the big bad CCP who will most surely send them to reeducation camp if they take over.

    I mean how else are we going to spread monkeypox to Asia?

    Bring it China. Let’s go! WWIII.

    Partay!!!

    • LOL: Mary Marianne
    • Replies: @JR Foley
  5. I’m hoping our “allies”, especially the Japanese (I don’t share Anglin’s comical animosity toward them, but then it’s probably good strategy for him to get in good with our future Chinese overlords) will simply say, “Screw you, Uncle Sam,” causing the war to be short. Maybe we even have enough actual men in the US Military to mutiny, stage a coup, and then try and hang the globalist politicians.

  6. But Joe Biden and Donald Trump will let millions of LEGAL IMMIGRANT Chinese into America LEGALLY…………so that the Chinese can LEGALLY vote the Historic Native Born White American Working Class Majority into a violently persecuted White Racial Minority within the borders of America….

  7. Oh, how I pray for the LORD to deliver us from the Jewnited States of Muttmerica, the satanic nation of subhumans, the excrement of Europe.

    The entire continent should be cleansed and given back to the natives. Let’s correct the mistakes of history.

    • LOL: 36 ulster
  8. Trinity says:

    The Jew has just about bled America white, no pun intended. China is the Jews intended next conquest. Face it, the American military is a paper tiger and has been for quite sometime. When you consider that America’s role in both World Wars is not nearly as significant as the Jew fairy tale version, one could even question if America all along was less legit and mostly bluff and bluster just like muh Israel and their muh Samson Option. America is possibly the equivalent of Steven Segal or other fake McDojo experts, they scare people on reputation only, peel back the layers and America is living on its reputation whether real or not. Maybe the Jew is setting up the “golden calf”, good ole Jew-sa for the fall and not Russia. No doubt the Jew has raped, robbed and stole so much from America and the West that they are becoming borderline third world shitholes. America is struggling to keep its head above water. ” Super Power?” You betcha, not.

    • Replies: @animalogic
  9. S. Mårdh says:


    Waifus in rice fields? Yes.

    Can there be anything hotter than an all-natural Asian woman with narrow eyes and full lips in wet clothing holding a machine gun?? 😍😍😍

    I do not think so. Sorry NATO, Stigr would quickly surrender to a regiment of these Waifus in rice fields!

  10. This is great news. I can’t wait to see the woke army of feminist zoophiles, their dumb-as-fuck nigger lovers and assorted sexually confused, purple-haired freaks get humiliated once again, Afghanistan style.

    • Replies: @Old Brown Fool
  11. @neutral

    Whatever that puppet says is fed directly to him from his ZOG masters.

    That is true for the planned remarks.

    However like many senile folks Biden slips now and then and blabs out what was discussed in “high security” briefings.

    This is one example.

    • Agree: Z-man, Realist
  12. @Jim H

    Cultures can diverge quite a bit in 127 years. Imagine Britain asserting that Canada is British territory and should reunify. Even though Elizabeth remains the titular Queen of Canada, Canadians wouldn’t accept being ruled from Westminster.

    Cultures diverge quite a bit in a lot less than 127 years. In the 60 years of globalist shill governments, the adoption of official multiculturalism, and mass 3rd world immigration, I do not recognize the country I grew up in. Sixty years ago, re-unification although very unlikely, would not have been terribly different culturally. Today it is impossible.

    • Replies: @Joe Paluka
    , @JR Foley
  13. Joe Biden–like father, like son.

    Wear mirror sunglasses and just a red scarf and jockstrap.

    One is senile and choking with rage that his cookie-monster plan to attack Russia has failed, the other is just looking for his next blow and multi-person sex orgy.

    • Agree: Trinity
  14. I keep saying that I think Biden is not allowed to have a working cellphone by his handlers. There are lots of photos of him speaking earnestly into a phone at a desk. I would say that he has a dummy phone on his desk. Who would trust Joe Biden with a phone? He could call any number and say anything that pops into his head to whoever is on the other side.

    • Agree: Cauchemar du Singe
    • Replies: @Kolya Krassotkin
  15. Dumbo says:
    @Jim H

    Canadians wouldn’t accept being ruled from Westminster.

    What makes you think that? They accept being ruled by Trudeau, I don’t know how much lower than that they can go. And what does it matter when there’s no real sovereignty? It’s globalists/WEF “Young leaders” all the way down.

    • Thanks: Joe Levantine
  16. Petermx says:

    Well, lets hope he doesn’t get confused at the last minute before issuing the order and doesn’t order an attack Iraq or who knows what “in defense of Taiwan!”.

  17. @Curmudgeon

    “Cultures diverge quite a bit in a lot less than 127 years. In the 60 years of globalist shill governments, the adoption of official multiculturalism, and mass 3rd world immigration, I do not recognize the country I grew up in. Sixty years ago, re-unification although very unlikely, would not have been terribly different culturally. Today it is impossible.”

    Since Britain has been doing exactly the same thing in the same time frame, the two countries are more alike than ever and could easily join together if they wanted to.

  18. tyrone says:

    Joe Biden is a war president who is making George W. Bush look like a little baby.

    ….wait a second ,babies are cute and endearing ,Bush looks like a smirking moron ,Biden looks like a bumbling Alzheimers patient.

    • Replies: @Legba
  19. Piglet says:

    Australia is obviously just a vassal state of the US.

    An Australian couple visiting me in the States said as much over dinner. Given the immense power the USA has over Australia, they admit their country can do little but follow along.

    Sort of like how the USA is Israel’s little be-yotch. Which major political party is not in the pocket of the Israeli lobby, and what presidential candidate doesn’t spend a great deal of time sucking up to that lobby?

    • Replies: @Kratoklastes
  20. d dan says:

    President Joe Biden said Monday that the United States would intervene militarily if China attempts to take Taiwan by force…

    hahaha, but, but, but

    “In appearance it [American imperialism] is very powerful but in reality it is nothing to be afraid of; it is a paper tiger. Outwardly a tiger, it is made of paper, unable to withstand the wind and the rain. I believe that it is nothing but a paper tiger.” – Mao Zedong, 1956

    “I said all allegedly powerful reactionaries are merely paper tigers. The reason is that they are divorced from the people.” – Mao Zedong, 1957

  21. meamjojo says:

    No need to fight over this little island. Taiwan should negotiate moving everyone to Australia. They have huge amount of empty land. If all the Taiwanese moved, it would double Australia’s population, to around 50 million. All they need to do is fire up a bunch of desalination plants to get enough water.

    But then XI would then claim that Australia was part of China because he wants their souls & brains, not the island.

  22. SafeNow says:
    @S. Mårdh

    Hello super-smart Chinese Intel lady assigned to monitor this for insights. (And why not? China has 300,000 people with an IQ above 160. The US, probably 10,000. China has to use those 300,000 somewhere.) My insight is to consider what William James wrote 100 years ago, about the psychology of embracing war: That to do so seems to put life on a higher level. More alive, alert, and awake. He even wrote that the higher level seems to redeem life from degeneration. I think that’s the Biden motivation here, probably on an unconscious level. An aged, impaired person would be highly susceptible to this.

    Have a nice rest of your day, super-smart Chinese Intel lady.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  23. No China is not Russia.

    China is ten times stronger and is ten times better prepared. China can be mobilized in a matter of hours. No nation in the world can win a war against China.

    China has drones and aircraft carriers. China is testing hypersonic missiles. China is far. How will the Yankees get to China?

    • Replies: @Realist
    , @Buck Ransom
  24. Wear mirror sunglasses and just a red scarf and jockstrap.

    Leave it to the Daily Mail to come up with that, er, remarkable photo of Mssr. Biden:

    If the above link does not work, this one will: shorturl.at/cAW29

    Let’s hope this look does not catch on in America.

    (God Gawd.)

  25. @James of Africa

    You’re saying that instead of an iphone or Samsung, Brandon’s cell phone is Fisher-Price?

    Brandon’s place in history is assured. His cluelessness has moved into the realm of the epic, and if humanity escapes his accidentally blowing up the world before he is safely shuttered back in his basement, it will have known a great mercy.

    • Replies: @James of Africa
  26. Cookie says:

    Fifty six billion…that we know of…say it quickly and it won’t hurt too much.

    How much money has the American government spent in your area of late? Probably not even 56 cents!

    That is your tax dollars people, what do you get out of the deal.

    A victory?

    And how much does that equate to in the bank for you?

    Oh well if you don’t fight for a better deal in your borders you lose. The elite don’t mind using you and your money for their future!

    • Replies: @Kim
  27. @S. Mårdh

    Bathe her thoroughly, shave her thoroughly…bring her to me…with the M-16, and some Thai Stick.
    I have Suntory whiskey and ice…and olive oil.
    Time to get deep.

    • Replies: @wiggins
  28. Chris Moore says: • Website

    What do all of these hyper-materialist, Marxist-Capitalist trash have in common? They’re Zionists. Or, at the very least, they bow deeply to the ((Jews)) (and to the Serpent).

    They’re not really globalists, if globalism means sharing the fruits of the globe on a level playing field according to merit. They’re not really multiculturalists, if multiculturalism means tolerance for every race, creed and religion across the world.

    What they are is “elite” hierarchal Zionists and ((kleptocrats)) who preach multiculturalism and globalism, but only on their terms. What are their terms? Globalism and multiculturalism with the ZOG hierarchy in charge — hence faux globalism and pseudo multiculturalism; “tolerance” at the whim and mercy of a hierarchal cabal of tyrants, sociopaths, and reptile “made men.”

    Joe “I am a Zionist” Biden and his overwhelming ((Jewish)) administration’s war against Russia and now China (following Zionism’s failed war against “Islamofascism”) is proof positive of that.

    What does a ((Jew)) do when it’s caught in a mass murder plot? Shuck, jive, shill, obfuscate, agitate — and eventually escalate.

    This is the ZOG reptiles escalating.

  29. This is as a matter of fact good news.

  30. Anonymous[472] • Disclaimer says:
    @SafeNow

    Lol, I just assumed a Swede with yellow fever. But that makes a lot of sense given the statistics on traffic to Unz.com. It’s higher than mainstream news sites and anyone can post comments here. Why wouldn’t intel agencies use this site for psyops??

    Obviously some of the unsophisticated commenters, e.g., meamjojo*, are too unsophisticated to be from serious intel agencies so maybe they’re simply second or third-level decoys or maybe just from Lithuanian or Polish intel agencies?

    Intriguing insight.


    *This is how I picture “meamjojo”

  31. Alrenous says: • Website
    @Jim H

    Canadians wouldn’t accept being ruled from Westminster.

    Canadians would whine about it and then Elizabeth would lock their bank accounts and they would instantly back down.

    Better yet, do the Biden thing: Elizabeth rules but you don’t say Elizabeth rules. Without the Official Press to tell them it’s happening, Canadians wouldn’t even know there was something to whine about.

    America: “I’ma steal your election and there’s nothing you can do about it.”
    Americans: “…okay…”
    Turns out America also runs on Mandate of Heaven.* Biden can steal an election, thus he must deserve to steal it if he wants.

    *Since it happens automatically, there is no reason to explicitly support the idea. Turns out explicitly upholding the idea that might makes right causes it to be even worse…

  32. Alrenous says: • Website

    At time of writing, the White House hasn’t denounced Biden’s statements yet. In fact, they issued a statement saying they agree with it.

    They also support the Ukraine’s “””sovereignty””” and look how much good that does them.

    If you wanted to immiserate and kill as many Ukrainians as possible, it’s hard to come up with a better policy than the one USG is currently carrying out.

    GAE is fake and GAE. The fact they’re saying it is evidence it isn’t true.

    If Taiwan is smart, when USG offers to walk their talk and “””support””” them, they should freak the fuck out and scream no.

  33. anon[417] • Disclaimer says:

    I’m ethnically Chinese but not from either China or Taiwan so perfectly neutral in this regard. I think this whole Taiwan-China tension is entirely cooked up by the US Military Industrial Complex to create trouble for China and sell more weapons to Taiwan. There’s nothing the MIC love more than to start a proxy war in Taiwan to weaken China like what they’re doing to Russia in Ukraine. Lots of money to be made in every war if you are in the right industry – media, finance, billions in “aid”, MIC, we all know (((who))) run those. Plus a few million dead Chinese and Russians as bonus, like what they did to Iraq. What’s not to like?

    Putin took the bait because they thought their backs are against the wall. Here’s hoping China will be a little smarter and not attack Taiwan. Cool heads prevail. Without the Empire of Hate and Lies, China and Taiwan are perfectly able to work out a peaceful solution between them as they are the same race who speak the same language and share the same culture, so they should simply ignore the US and work things out diplomatically btwn themselves.

    JUSA has become the true evil empire of history. Fomenting hate and starting wars everywhere is now its raison d’être.

  34. Miro23 says:

    They tried to dominate Russia after the fall of the Soviet Union. However, their very own WEF/Davos trained puppet (Putin) turned on them. He chased them out with a Russia First policy that’s only getting stronger in the present war.

    They also tried to get their traditional financial, media and political hooks into China and completely failed to connect.

    IOW they would normally long ago have abandoned the sinking US ship to exploit/ loot Russia or China, but it’s not working out. Russia and China don’t want their friendship.

    Only India seems to be receptive but they’ve had to admit that it doesn’t have the possibilities of Russia or China. The Middle East is hostile, the rest of Asia is China’s back yard, South America doesn’t have the power and Europe is just as much of declining financial/economic/social mess as the US.

    So following Henry Kissinger’s recent pronouncements (received by a respectfully hushed audience) concerning the inadvisability of a two front war, the neo-cons (NYT editorial board) seem to have decided to cool down Russia/Ukraine (a peace treaty?) and concentrate on China. China doesn’t yet have the nuclear power of the US (although it’s catching up fast) so defeating it would neutralize their fastest growing economic/military rival (while they still can). Also then easy to finish Russia economically.

    Still crazy but we’re dealing with seriously arrogant power freaks here. The Ukraine didn’t turn out as planned but it’s not stopping them.

    • Replies: @Anymike
    , @CelestiaQuesta
  35. @Anonymous

    No!

    Jo-Jo is old. He looks like this –

  36. @Kolya Krassotkin

    I’m waiting to see if the new White House press-Afro-secretary finally kills the myth of affirmative action. Politics has reached it’s entertainment zenith, where I live tragi-comic disasters are also coming thick and fast. Netflix is about to get screwed by the competition from reality.

  37. peterAUS says:

    Hegelian dialectic.

    Impose austerity on the masses in the West.

    How: part of it is already being done with the war in Ukraine. Cut down a lot of things, especially in Europe.

    Next part, do the same with China. Cut down a lot of things. Will work wonders from Japan to New Zealand.

    Create tension, using Taiwan.
    Impose (selective) blockade on Chinese exports.

    The regimes in Russia and China don’t mind that, too. On the contrary. Everything wrong there is blamed on the West.

    Use austerity to push The Reset.

    All good.
    For the 0.1 %. Everywhere.

    • Replies: @Kali
  38. Legba says:
    @tyrone

    But both Biden and the baby both scream when they shit themselves

    • LOL: Levtraro
  39. @Piglet

    Given the immense power the USA has over Australia, they admit their country can do little but follow along.

    The reality here in Straya is slightly more nuanced, and it depends on which of the major political parties is in power.

    I am not given to sentimentalism when it comes to politicians: I want every last man Jack of them put to the sword, and as many of their underlings as can be fit into the nearest available open trench.

    That said, the recent change of government – and the strong message sent to both sides of politics – will undermine Australia’s fucktarded AUKUS involvement and loosen the Empire of Lies‘ talons from Oz politics and reorient Australia towards greater engagement with China. (The new foreign minister’s name is Wong: she’s a non-demonstrative rug-muncher… NTTAWWT)

    The new government – formed in its own right (i.e., an outright majority of parliamentary seats) – sees the return to government of the Australian Labo[u]r Party (ALP; notionally ‘progressive’ – historically a bunch of former union leaders).

    The ALP has a pretty strong Left (although the ALP Right has all the money and is where all the careerist fuckbags are), and has been criticised as being anti-UK (and later, anti-US) for most of its existence. It also has a long memory: it still rankles that the US staged a ‘silent coup’ in 1977 to overthrow the Whitlam government (which was threatening to shut down the US ‘Intelligence’ community’s listening posts; was anti-VietNam; and was genuinely anti-Imperialist).

    The ALP’s last ‘stint’ in government (2007-2013) was a bit of a schemozzle, but the ALP-led government in the 1980s and 1990s did all the ‘hard yards’ of reform that helped Australia behave more like an SOE (small, open economy) rather than just being “a mine and a farm” (although we’re kind of back to that, now that tourism and “selling degrees to Chinks” were both killed by government retarded responses to the pathetic COVID nonsense).

    The Hawke-Keating period (1983-1996) was genuinely reformist: floating the exchange rate; wage/tax tradeoffs; removal of trade barriers; introducing universal health-care; and increasing ties to China. The Treasurer at the time (Paul Keating – an Irish Catholic with strong anti-GloboShlomo sentiments) did a bunch of things that were unpopular, and he ‘told it like it is’ – saying things like “This is the recession that Australia has to have“.

    He also advocated for a consumption tax – but was basically shot down by the party (which is weird because they could have gotten it through in the early honeymoon period without any real electoral consequences).

    Of all the living Oz politicians, he’s the one where I would feel a slight pang of regret as I led him to the guillotine (I would get past it).

    [MORE]

    Par contre… the ‘other side’ of Oz politics – The Liberal/National coalition (LNP – notionally ‘conservatives’, but actually just grimy scumbags, second-rate lawyers, ex-bureaucrats and ex-bankers) – has been in the ascendant for most of the last three decades, with an interval from 2007-2013 where the ALP government was clearly hobbled by its lack of talent and spent the entire time in disarray, swapping leaders twice and with constant internecine bickering/posturing/undermining. During that time, there has been no chancre so pustulant on the cock of the Empire of Lies, that it repulse the Australian government: they licked every in of the US shaft with no concern about the blisters forming in the nation’s throat.

    Anyhow… when not relying on US fomented ‘silent coups’, the LNP have traditionally obtained power by having a raft of ‘blue ribbon’ (monied) electorates in major cities, and a raft of regional (rural/agricultural) seats.

    The ‘blue ribbon’ electorates are where the kikes get their nose in the tent; it should be no surprise that the politicians who openly played the Jew Card during their elections, were Dave Sharma (Wentworth) and Josh Frydenberg[stienwitz] (Kooyong). Sharma was imposed on his electorate against its will (what is referred to as ‘parachuting in’ a candidate) and was Ambassador to Occupied Palestine before that. Both of them just lost their seats: that’s a ‘tell’.

    Anyhow… it’s the LNP that is the forelock-tugging supplicant to any Dying Empire (including the Empire of Lies). The LNP was the party in charge that sent young Aussies off to die in foreign fields for no concrete national interest (in literally every major ‘show’ in the 20th century: WWI, WWII, Korea, VietNam, Iraq and Afghanistan).

    RE WWI: folks might object that the ALP was in charge from Sept 1914 onwards; however the ALP was still a month from being in charge at the outbreak of WWI (the ALP Prime Minister – Fisher – was a Scot whose maiden speech called for a 50% cut in military spending). Australia’s involvement was a fait accompli by the time Fisher took power in September 1914, the groundwork having been laid by the Liberal government of Cook. The AN&MEF was already en route to German New Guinea to try to seize German assets, and the ‘muster’ to recruit the first 20,000 kids to go die for King and Country (the 1st AIF) had already started. These things have a momentum, and can’t easily be undone.

    • Thanks: Miro23, dogbumbreath, Kali, Levtraro
    • Replies: @Kim
    , @JM
    , @animalogic
  40. Anymike says:
    @Miro23

    The problem is, even one nuclear bomb can ruin your whole day.

    • Agree: Decoy
    • Replies: @meamjojo
  41. Anymike says:
    @James of Africa

    Some people call it Clown World for short.

  42. With the meet the press war game and this zombiden answer, I think my prediction of a Chinese invasion of Taiwan will become true very soon. The American side wouldn’t be saber rattling if we didn’t think this could very, very likely happen.

    • Replies: @Kim
    , @nokangaroos
  43. meamjojo says:
    @Anonymous

    Thanks for the mention! Happy for you to be thinking of me.

  44. meamjojo says:
    @Anymike

    “The problem is, even one nuclear bomb can ruin your whole day. ”

    That would make a great inside message for a greeting card to a few of the world’s dictators! Put a photo of an atomic explosion on the outside. Address it to XI, Putin, Kim. Warn them to look forward to a “special delivery” if they keep being annoying. [LOL]

    • Replies: @JR Foley
    , @Anymike
  45. JR Foley says:
    @anon

    Joe Biden–take care of Hunter Biden and outsource the dirty work to Canada. Justin “Jackboot” Trudeau ( throw them mother truckers under the fuddle duddle 18 wheels ) and Chrystia Freeland ( Chomiak’s grand-daughter) take over Taiwan for Stepan Bandera and erect a HUGE statue of him in Ottawa and then Mary Ng ( that is Mary Ng—not marrying !) as in I am NOT Chinese –I am from Hong Kong and Hong Kong is part of Australia and Scottie Morrison is my man !!

  46. JR Foley says:
    @meamjojo

    You missed Truman -Eisenhower – Kennedy-Johnson ( Standing ovation)- Nixon -Ford -Regan-Clinton-Old Bush-young Bush -Barry Obama- and now Biden—-Trump at least tried not to declare war—-

  47. Alrenous says: • Website
    @Anonymous

    Kindly consider the idea they’re posting from a padded cell. The orderlies encourage it. “It’s a healthy outlet! Well, it’s not screaming profanity at us for existing, so…”

  48. saggy says: • Website

    How to access the Daily Stormer ?

    • Replies: @omegabooks
    , @FrauHausMaus
  49. @James of Africa

    😂😂😂

    Press Secretary JarJar Binks. She’s black, and she’s gay. If you dare criticize her, you’re a racist and a homophobe.

  50. @James of Africa

    Watching and listening to that disgusting ignorant baboon is painful. My cringe reflex is broken. Surely I’m not the only one who suffers.

    • Agree: Cauchemar du Singe
    • Replies: @Bookish1
  51. I mean, that kind of conflict is also possible in Africa. Africa is supplying large amounts of resources to China, and the US will try to cut that off,

    That’s already happened:

  52. Your “Elon” can neither change a flat tyre nor build an electrical car let alone “an army of robots”.
    He would not even be able to clean a Tesla properly let alone his house(s).
    What he can do and does is appear weekly (integrated by and on the behalf of the central Nato prop up office called western media or MSM) with some creepy announcements like now “voting” (for repooblicans instead of democrats).
    So, you just keep on voting with and pee-are-ing your Elon son of a poofter of the synagogues of evilness… while Russia is lasering “his” satellites and spoiling another JewS attempt of furthering informational control over everything.

    The gorge-dumbles-and-fumbles-you wars were possible thanks to Kain’s Illevens (straight out of the bushy swamps of the Jewnighted States of Israhell) and not vice versa.

    What differences could there be between JewS “presidents”?
    What difference is there between… Clinton, Bush, Obama, Trump, Biden..?
    Big, real big, big differences:
    Clinton & Trump like sluts. Bush likes S&M. Obama likes to stick it up yours. Biden likes little girls… All like wars (incl. Trump!), power and money, money, money…

    Lust, greed, anger, attachment, ego, ego, ego… Big, better, bigger, more, more…give me, give me…

    The bigger part of the world can certainly do and does now without the Jewmerican world (of wars of the forever needy greedy).

    • Replies: @JM
  53. Did anyone notice the Freemasonic handshake between Nixon and Mao at the top of the post?
    Hmmmmmm….
    And maybe, just maybe, China has been locking down Shanghai and now Beijing so that the folks there have no clue about China’s present war footing: http://www.jimstoneindia.com/zz9.html
    A war footing against the US using Taiwan as a proxy….I mean, if the US and NATO can pull that using Ukraine against Russia…. Hmmmmmm…..

    • Thanks: Kali
    • Replies: @showmethereal
    , @Wielgus
  54. @saggy

    Well, if one cannot access the website Stormfront…. all broswers I have block this site, so I guess they’ll block Daily Stormer as well… I’m not a “neo-Nazi” but still….funny how they block neo-Nazi websites in the US but then give neo-Nazis in Ukraine millions of dollars in “aid”… But a wokester is gonna do what a wokester is gonna do…

    • Replies: @meamjojo
    , @anon
  55. Kim says:
    @Cookie

    It isn’t your tax dollars. US spending is not remotely covered by tax dollars.

    • Agree: showmethereal
    • Replies: @meamjojo
  56. kauchai says:
    @Jim H

    1) Having been under Japanese rule from 1895 to 1945, then under the KMT and (later) DPP party ever since, Taiwan has been de facto independent of China for 127 years.

    Really? With the exception of the jap invasion and conquest of northeastern (东北) china in 1895 and the subsequent forced signing of the treaty of shimonoseki (马关条约), taiwan and the liaotong peninula was annexed by japan. Unable to withstand the pressure of the western powers at the time, the jap demons had to give up liaotong after the qing government agreed to pay a huge sum in silver to reclaim it. But taiwan wasn’t so lucky because the japs had a grand plan to use taiwan as a springboard to take east and south-east asia – the plan was later realized in WWII.

    After WWII, china entered into a civil war that saw the KMT retreated to taiwan. When Jiang Jieshi (Chiang Kai-Shek) moved to taiwan, the entire government of the Republic of China (ROC) was setup in taiwan using the existing ROC constitution which states that taiwan is a part of china and that the entire polity of the ROC includes that of the mainland. (This was due to Jiang’s ambition of re-capturing the mainland within his lifetime) That constitution survives till today. Successive taiwanese “presidents” had thought of ways and means to change it but none of them dared. The DPP under Tsai Ing-wen who won the 2020 re-election with 8.17 million votes dared not. I challenge any future taiwan “presidents” to do so! So, from time immemorial until now, taiwan had been ruled as a part of china – this is fact!

    2) Cultures can diverge quite a bit in 127 years…..Taiwan is culturally distinct from mainland China. Having gotten used to multiparty democracy in a capitalist economy, Taiwanese don’t want to be ruled by a Communist dictator chosen by party insiders.

    How is taiwan culturally different and distinct from china when taiwanese read, write and speak the chinese language and all its related dialects which their ancestors brought from china. They celebrate all the major festivals of china like the Chinese New Year, Duan Wu, Mid-Autumn, Ching Ming, Dong Zi, etc. Taiwanese worship their ancestors and the goddess Mazu (妈祖) with a passion equivalent to their mainland counterparts. TCM is practiced widely and taiwan is a major center for the learning of traditional chinese medicine. If it is indeed true that taiwanese culture have diverted in the last 127 years, they just need another 127 years to convert it back to chinese culture. In the process, they can throw out deviant cultures like LGBTQ. See, its that simple and there will be no blood on the streets! (My guess is, when taiwanese see the PLA march through the streets of taipei, they will revert to their ancestors’ culture overnight – no need for 127 years)

    Multi party democracy is a joke everywhere. It has long been hijacked by the wealthy and well-connected to further their own agendas. It has not brought any meaningful prosperity to the average taiwanese in the last 20 years. The median income is still in the range of NTD 20-30k.

    As for being capitalist, the mainland was producing an average of 2-3 new billionaires every week as of last year. Read the HURUN report.

    Last but not least, 99% of taiwanese are descended from mainland immigrants. The chinese DNA is THICK!

    • Replies: @frankie p
  57. Kim says:
    @Astuteobservor II

    It won’t happen. There is not enough energy (cheap hydrocarbons) for the purpose. It would bring everybody down and leave no one standing.

  58. Kim says:
    @Kratoklastes

    Keating is employed by a Chinese bank. Imagine how hard he must work for his money.

    The two “sides” are just one side.

    Everything that you mention as positives were in fact negatives.

    These scum introduced multiculturalism which ended free speech in Australia and institutionalized Feminism and Pervertism.

    More recently they have been scheming to take away cash (all assets belong to the banking system) and scarcely one of these scum opposed the covid fraud. They all continue to bark in unison when the jew demands it and all of them of course are perfectly happy to more tightly bind Australia as a total surveillance state.

    And you don’t even mention the relentless browning of once-White Australia.

    All of that politico garbage need to be put through the same woodchipper.

    • Replies: @JM
  59. frankie p says:
    @meamjojo

    Xi would be pleased as punch with your suggestion. Just make sure you leave the 20 TSMC wafer fabs behind. Do you think China has a shortage of smart people? Repopulating Taiwan with 23 million high IQ Chinese would be easy. You show absolute ignorance of the issue of power projection beyond the first island chain. Do you have any idea how far it is from Taiwan to Okinawa? Do you understand how suitable the east coast of Taiwan is for a deep water submarine base? I didn’t think so.

    • Replies: @meamjojo
  60. Abbybwood says:
    @anon

    I think everyone needs to cool their jets on the whole Taiwan/China thang.

    From what I have read thousands of Taiwanese travel to mainland China and many Chinese travel to Taiwan regularly. Many families are connected. Plenty of commerce back and forth.

    I have a feeling things “on the ground” are not as they are being played.

    Somebody should do a serious article about the “reality” of the social/geopolitical situation between China and Taiwan.

    Now.

  61. @Herbert R. Tarlek, Jr.

    No, your media will feed you that the Woke Army (R) is heroically stalling the advancing enemy columns with plastic tubes.

  62. @James of Africa

    Politics has reached it’s entertainment zenith, where I live tragi-comic disasters are also coming thick and fast.

    Not just where you live.

    As it happens, there is a country off the north-­western coast of Europe where a politician has glued a fright wig to his head, earned the nickname “Bojo,” and been made Prime Minister.

    (I am not inventing any of this.)

    I have been tempted to have a small sign made up that says, “You’re joking, right?” to save time.

  63. no one in Taiwan is going to fight back. You have this animosity between the Ukraine and Russia, and there is no such animosity between Taiwan and China

    there’s a solution to this potential problem. the USA just needs to make it crystal clear to the taiwanese that they can either get serious about fighting the chinese invasion with conventional arms and start properly arming and training to prepare for that likely event, or we americans will fight the chinese in taiwan with nuclear weapons, probably resulting in the death of everyone on the island. some of you might think this would be an empty threat and that the taiwanese would just shrug it off, but when you consider how extremely important taiwan is to america, being the lynchpin of our china containment strategy, and how important it would be to china if they could only sink their dirty yellow claws into it, the idea that nuclear weapons might be used to prevent a chinese takeover really isn’t very outlandish at all. we americans had to make a similar threat to the west germans during the cold war, and it worked like a charm.

    • Replies: @Biff
    , @JR Foley
  64. @Jim H

    Cultures can diverge quite a bit in 127 years. Imagine Britain asserting that Canada is British territory and should reunify. Even though Elizabeth remains the titular Queen of Canada, Canadians wouldn’t accept being ruled from Westminster.

    Canadians don’t have a clue about Canada because they are not taught anything (sound familiar). Canada is British Territory. Canada does NOT have a Constitution and ALL Prime Ministers of Canada (same as President in USA) swear allegiance to the Queen and NOT the people.

    https://www.themythiscanada.com/

    Here are some very important questions that you need to ask:

    [MORE]

    Where are the Articles of Confederation, if Canada had confederated in 1867 and is a sovereign nation?
    Why was Canada known as the “Dominion of Canada” a British colony until 1938, if Canada had confederated in 1867 and is a sovereign nation?
    Why in 1867 was the BNA act created to be Letters Patent for a Governor General to the Dominion of Canada if Canada had confederated and is a sovereign nation?
    Why in 1893, would the British Parliament deem it necessary to repeal certain sections of the BNA act, with the “Statute Law Revisions act” if Canada confederated in 1867 and is a sovereign nation?
    Why in 1931 would the British parliament create the “Statute of Westminster” to nullify the Dominion of Canada, if Canada confederated in 1867 and is a sovereign nation?
    Why in 1946 did a foreign Monarch, King George VI appoint a representative for the UK, a Governor General and then command the Parliament of Canada to create Letters Patent and command the PM at that time to sign on his behalf those Letters Patent in 1947 for his Governor General, if Canada confederated in 1867 and is a Sovereign Nation?
    Why did PM Trudeau in 1982 have the government create the “Canada Bill” and then take that Bill to a foreign Monarch and have her parliament pass that Bill as the “Canada act, 1982” if Canada confederated 153 years earlier and is a sovereign nation?
    Why do Prime Ministers and other officials when sworn into office here in Canada, swear their allegiance to a foreign monarch, Queen Elizabeth, and not to the people of Canada if Canada confederated in 1867 and is a sovereign nation?
    If Canada is a sovereign nation, why does the Government of Canada in their Interpretations act define Canada as the internal waters and territorial seas if Canada confederated in 1867?
    Why was it necessary in 1990 to sue a member of the federal parliament, J. Littlechild MP, to force him to do his duty to his constituents and have the courts rule against his constituents, if Canada had confederated in 1867 and is a sovereign Nation?
    Why in the “Constitution act, 1867” of Canada is there no clause that allows for land for the Government of Canada to become a sovereign nation if Canada Confederated in 1867 and is a sovereign nation?

    • Thanks: WizardWhoKnocks
  65. Malla says:
    @Jim H

    Taiwan is culturally distinct also because a lot of classical Chinese culture survives in Taiwan (and Hong Kong) as the Cultural Revolution saw the destruction of a lot of Classical Chinese culture in the mainland. Also the Taiwanese use traditional Chinese script while the mainlanders (P.R.C) use simplified Chinese script. The simplified script pushed by the Commies was not a bad idea that way, as it helped spread literacy rapidly among the masses in the mainland.

  66. @Luddite in Chief

    Let’s hope this look does not catch on in America.

    Well, the Jewish cut already has, obviously!

  67. @Trinity

    “Face it, the American military is a paper tiger and has been for quite sometime.”
    That maybe true — tho I doubt it. But regardless, the point is the US military has the ability to cause an awful lot of destruction & death.
    Whether the US would win, or lose – the cities will be rubble & the dead will still be dead.

  68. Kali says:
    @peterAUS

    Use austerity to push The Reset.

    All good.
    For the 0.1 %. Everywhere.

    In the meantime, use the “hostilities” as a distraction as you hand power over “sovereign” governments, wholesale, to the World Health Organisation to dictate health, social and even/ultimately economic policy.

    https://off-guardian.org/2022/05/20/the-who-is-changing-their-international-health-regulations-thats-not-good/

    Best regards,
    Kali.

  69. JL says:

    I love reading Anglin, and I’m still laughing at “World War Anus”, but perhaps his war fears are potentially overblown. I suspect the tough talk and bluster is a way to paper over the fact that the western centric model of the world is slipping away, and there isn’t a damn thing anyone can do about it. So it’s the opposite of talk softly, but carry a big stick, the only way to stage manage an embarrassing downturn.

    • Replies: @Justvisiting
  70. JM says:
    @Kratoklastes

    What a load of Neo-liberal shit.

    The ALP is more globalist than even the LNP. The “reforms” of Keating etc were done on the orders of globalist international agencies. They were the history of the ALP in reverse gear – e.g. they privatised the Commonwealth Bank, creating a bonanza for a section of private individual, rather than it being an activist bank serving the whole population. They also deregulated the financial system admitting Wall Street banks into Australia. Even the Liberal Fraser protested their complete lack of patriotism.

    All of this set the tone for the severe de-industrialisation of the nation.

    Today on foreign polict they have few differences with the LNP.

  71. @Kratoklastes

    “… the recent change of government – and the strong message sent to both sides of politics – will undermine Australia’s fucktarded AUKUS involvement and loosen the Empire of Lies‘ talons from Oz politics and reorient Australia towards greater engagement with China.”
    Very optimistic. Indeed, I truly wish it was true. However I think you’ll find that the ALP is as committed to the US as is the opposition
    N-Lib party.
    In short – we’re fucked.
    Here’s a test — will the ALP cancel that perverted & cretinous submarine deal?
    If they do – well I might dare to hope….

  72. meamjojo says:
    @omegabooks

    None of the browsers I have (Chrome, Firefox, Waterfox, Pale Moon, Edge) block unz.com.

    You might want to turn off kiddie protect mode.

  73. meamjojo says:
    @Kim

    “It isn’t your tax dollars. US spending is not remotely covered by tax dollars.”

    This is why taxes need to be raised significantly on the wealthy.

  74. meamjojo says:
    @frankie p

    So this is what a post from the CCP looks like. Now we know….

    • Replies: @frankie p
  75. Joe Biden, was always a blowhard as a Senator and remains a blow hard as a President. He seems in all cases, to be nothing but a front man for some very mentally disturbed people, who themselves seem to be willing to see this nation torn to shreds for some globalist agenda. It was never Trump, that was a threat. He simply came on the scene, with idea’s that apparently rankled the uniparty globalist forces so much, that they needed to create absurd lies around him, false narratives and finally steal an election. That’s pretty desperate and wasn’t done simply because they hated Trump or the Trump administration “personally”. The globalists don’t get excited over personalities. They get excited over those who they perceive as challenging their agenda’s, one of them being, “you will own nothing and be happy.”

    • Replies: @neutral
  76. antibeast says:
    @Jim H

    Spoken like a shill for the US Deep State.

  77. JM says:
    @Kurt Knispel

    So, you just keep on voting with and pee-are-ing your Elon son of a poofter of the synagogues of evilness…

    Proof?

  78. JM says:
    @Kim

    Keating is employed by a Chinese bank. Imagine how hard he must work for his money.

    The two “sides” are just one side.

    Everything that you mention as positives were in fact negatives.

    These scum introduced multiculturalism which ended free speech in Australia and institutionalized Feminism and Pervertism.

    More recently they have been scheming to take away cash (all assets belong to the banking system) and scarcely one of these scum opposed the covid fraud. They all continue to bark in unison when the jew demands it and all of them of course are perfectly happy to more tightly bind Australia as a total surveillance state.

    And you don’t even mention the relentless browning of once-White Australia.

    All of that politico garbage need to be put through the same woodchipper.

    You are spot on, Kim. This creep, ‘Kratoklastes’, is playing on the ignorance of outsiders to Australian politics to smuggle his lies. In fact I think he’s a reincarnation of another failed lying poster who the Yanks, Canadians, Europeans, eventually woke up to and rejected accordingly.

  79. Mao: This is a really historic secret agreement. Chinese and American people in the future will be shocked for decades after they find out about it.

    Nixon: Yes… ha ha ha…and our governments will keep deny our joint project to create this virus.

    Mao: Do you have a name in your rotten brain for this virus?

    Nixon: Let’s call it “Sinoamerican”.

    Mao: Sinoamerican…sounds like a pornstar’s name, but okay, let’s call it “Sinoamerican”.

  80. @Jim H

    Dream on racist. China will be reunited and there is NOTHING that Yankee Doodles can do but make it violent rather than peaceful.

    • Replies: @bombthe3gorgesdam
  81. frankie p says:
    @meamjojo

    Actually, that was a post from Taiwan, where I live. Fool.

    • Replies: @meamjojo
  82. neutral says:
    @Dr. Charles Fhandrich

    Trump was never really that much of a threat to the uniparty, he adhered to most of their ideologies, the biggest problem for them was the fact that Trump believed the president could get things done. This fact that the US president was supposed to be nothing but a mindless puppet was why Trump had to be removed.

  83. @Astuteobservor II

    As it was with the Ukraine, they know because they are about to
    make it happen; station two carrier battle groups in the China
    American Sea, the occasional freedom of navigation exercise up the Yangtse
    like in the Good Old Days ™ , et voilà.

  84. @Abbybwood

    it doesn’t matter what the chinese want or even what the taiwanese want, it matters what americans like me want, and what americans like me want is for taiwan to remain independent from china. you’re looking at the situation from a chinese perspective, which is in opposition to the american perspective (so it’s wrong). any americans reading this just have to understand that your lives will drastically change for the worse if china takes taiwan. that’s all you need to know. you will suffer if china takes taiwan. who cares what’s best for the chinese or the taiwanese? america first. that means keeping china and taiwan separate.

    • LOL: AndrewR
    • Replies: @迪路
  85. @meamjojo

    Spoken like a true National Socialist 😀

  86. Who’s just been in Japan? Boeing C-32A 09-0016 has just left Tokyo, it’s usually for Vice-Presidents but Biden used it for Glasgow and Cambridge last year.

    Left Andrews Air Force Base May 19.

    https://www.flightradar24.com/2bf9f7b8

    A few days ago a Japan Armed Forces transport landed what I presume were weapons for Ukraine in Rzeszow, Poland.

  87. @mulga mumblebrain

    the USA is going to use nukes if we have to to deny china a successful invasion of taiwan. why wouldn’t we? do you have any idea how important an independent taiwan is to America? sad how chinese nationalism has metastasized into this dangerous quixotic lunacy about taking taiwan back that you and so many other pro-chinese fanatics embrace. guess it’s time for uncle sam to dust off fat man and little boy and teach you people the way the world works again. BYE-BYE!

  88. Anon[271] • Disclaimer says:

    No normals want to fight for the U.S. Military now. The “skools” teaching kids to be gay, LGBTQ, and critical race theory, the forced vaxxes, the lockdowns, the obvious lab-created viruses, the shuttering of free speech on social media platforms, the caches of bogus paper ballots, the George Floyd color revolution, the FBI- terrorist plots, the fake “news” media, the WHO treaty-behind-our-backs, Blackrock driving up housing prices, the burning “phood’ processing plants, the 24-surveillance state, forced electric cars conversion, the uncontrolled mass immigration…….the normals reject it all. The military brass embraced it all. The flag officers mostly retire to Northern Virginia, where commoners cannot afford to live on the contractor’s blood money. They won’t join the fight and will will refuse the draft in droves. This is especially true for blacks and Latinos. Nobody wants to be a rainbow warrior.

    • Replies: @neutral
  89. The Guardian clip of Biden above has been edited and doesn’t do justice to how weird his remarks were.

    It’s the long pauses that he gives, whilst he stares vacantly into the middle distance and shuffles papers around on his desk whilst waiting for the person on the other end of the earpiece to tell him what to say which makes it so uncomfortable and revealing.

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  90. Z-man says:

    Unfortunately China doesn’t have the amphibious forces at this time. The attack would have to be in the form of a old style naval war and naval and air blockades. This would be expensive and one thing the Chinese and Jews have in common is the worship of the mighty Buck, in whatever currency.
    But Mother Russia needs a second front so I pray, Jesus forgive me, for an all out invasion of the island by the mainland. It will be glorious. (Wry grin)

  91. neutral says:
    @Anon

    The problem is that this LGBTQ thing is literally becoming the new normal, I read about how Generation Z already counts itself as 20% LGBTQ, I am assuming this will only increase with time. At first it sounds impossible that a society could end up being say 90% LGBTQ but one can find some past societies where widespread homosexuality occurred, the breeding itself is done separate from their everyday marriages and relationships. The future US could well end up consisting of fanatic transgenders and dykes willing to kill all remaining holdouts in the world from this new civilization.

  92. Facing military problems simultaneoulsy in Taiwan, Ukraine, Iran Venezuela, Serbia and Syria could be difficult for the empire, if not impossible… That’s why they need food for the gun – soldiers of other nations to get the job on their behalf. That’s why they need to corrupt and buy others nations leaders. That’s why the now illegitimate supremacy of the dollar and ad libitum fed money is crucial.

  93. Biff says:
    @bombthe3gorgesdam

    Does Unz keep you around as some sort of candid camera joke? Looking for the idiot that takes you seriously?

    • Disagree: bombthe3gorgesdam
  94. frankie p says:
    @kauchai

    I agree with many of your points here, especially the one about culture.

    That said, you are WAY OFF on median income in Taiwan. It’s somewhere around NT\$58,000 per month.

    • Replies: @kauchai
  95. @bombthe3gorgesdam

    Nuking around in the region will seriously piss off the Japanese,
    and only speed up the inevitable; the Usual Suspects have no business there
    (or in the Ukraine), no one wants them there – not in Guam, not in Okinawa,
    least of all in the Chagos – and pretty soon they won´t be able to afford it anyway.
    So why not heed Voltaire´s deathbed advice?
    (When asked to abjure the Devil he responded “Good man, this is not the time to
    make new enemies” 😛 )

    • Replies: @nsa
    , @d dan
  96. @Jim H

    You contradicted yourself and made no sense. The KMT literally believes they are the rightful rulers of China – so how could Taiwan be separate for 127 years. It makes no sense. Guess where most Taiwan people move to that leave the island… Guess where most students study that leave the island. Guess where most businesses that leave the island go to. Guess who they marry most when they marry non islanders. The answer to all of those is Mainland China. The culture on Taiwan is closer to the culture in Fujian than NY to California. Closer than Northern Ireland to London. Don’t let politics confuse you

    • Thanks: dogbumbreath
    • Replies: @JM
  97. @meamjojo

    Completely stupid comment. Singapore is 75% ethnic Chinese and is not claimed. Thailand has the highest total Chinese diaspora and is not claimed. And fact is maybe only half – if that – would leave Taiwan. Probably closer to 1/4

  98. @al gore rhythms

    Why has Biden agreed to participate in a farce playing a puppet role of a President he hasn’t got the faintest idea about or ability to play it out? Oh, he probably has no idea that he ever agreed to play the role – just an Alzheimer’s patient being dragged around clueless about anything going on around him.

    • Replies: @Che Guava
  99. Decoy says:
    @American Citizen

    On the plus side, Biden has Antony Blinken ready to fly across the Pacific to advise Taiwan, using his recent experience with Ukraine/Russia. And in reserve Joe has Victoria Nuland who, with a few days time, could switch her expertise on Ukraine to become an expert on Taiwan.

  100. @Abbybwood

    I lived in Taiwan for several years. There is a small, vocal independence movement in the south, but otherwise, it is as Anglin says; most people don’t really care about independence as long as their family and money aren’t affected.

    If the US butted out, Taiwan would eventually peacefully reunite with China to the benefit of everyone. This process has been underway for years with people traveling to the motherland to open businesses, travel and visit family.

    I wouldn’t be surprised if the US tried to undermine that with some sort of false flag attack on Taiwan or Taiwanese interests.

    • Replies: @meamjojo
  101. @omegabooks

    Where do people get such ideas???? The military drills for Taiwan contingency (fighting Japan and the U.S. should they dare intervene) are regularly displayed in Chinese media. I mean even the English language Chinese state media Global Times has openly stated the US is weaseling it’s way out of the One China Policy – which basically is like a war declaration- and you think Beijing and Shanghai people don’t know. The whole issue of lockdown in China is prep for biological attacks by the US. Chinese people are fully versed

  102. Joe Wong says:
    @Jim H

    Taiwan is culturally distinct from mainland China.

    Mr. Jim H, you are wrong, Taiwan is culturally identical to its neighboring mainland province Fujian.

    You are wrong again on leader chosen by party insiders, all leaders in the world are chosen by party insiders regardless its political system, democracy or not. Particular in the West, all their political leaders are chosen by closed circle, non-elected, non-transparent oligarchs, not even party members.

    Mr. Jim H, you know very little about Canada. Canada is a de factor USA economic, military and political colony, as well as a British spiritual colony. If the relationship of Taiwan to China as Canada to Britain or USA, there is no need to talk about reining in Taiwan with force.

  103. Anon[283] • Disclaimer says:

    If the Crips or Bloods invade my friend’s home in LA, I will deal with them ! LMAO

    One needs to realise that Joe is addicted to the tough guy thing. Hence there is no need to get upset and worked up about yet another stupid comment from this Bozo.

    Its my opinion that if China wished to invade Taiwan they would have done so while Vlad was busy in the East. However, they may do so anyway . If the US wont attack Russia in Europe will it attack China in the Pacific ?

    If it aint one thing its another…for the American people. The US is already exhausted by its internal woes and being bled dry by Zelensky and his “handlers”.

    In any case it will be a logistical nightmare for China attacking accross 103 miles of open water. In an amphibious assault China would have to :
    1 Build up its forces
    2. Get them to Taiwan
    3. Get them on the beaches
    4. Keep them on the beaches
    5. Supply them on the beaches
    6 Build up their supplies and forces faster than they are depleted
    7 Breakout of the beach heads
    8 Keep them supplied and supported as they over run the island

    China would have to protect their open flanks from attack in the North and South. If either flank is rolled up the main attacking force will be destroyed.

    A tall order indeed for China indeed. Adolph cringed at the idea of operation Sea Lion and Overlord took years of planning and was touch and go………across what ? 20 miles of the English Channel ??

    In any case, also a tall logistical order for the US. Further, the quality of US forces aside, if Mothers were upset at 56,000 casualties in the Nam, how would they feel about millions ? How will non-whites in the US military feel about dying for the White Man. Will there be a mutiny in the US military ?While the US is rumbling in the Pacific, will Vlad be sitting on his hands ?

    If this thing gets off the round, WW2 will look like a drunken brawl. Joe should shut the fuck up and mind his own business.

    • Replies: @Che Guava
  104. Realist says:

    Bush started a bunch of stupid and expensive wars, but they were really just joke wars which had not real effect on the American people. They were very expensive, but the way America runs its economy, the American people didn’t really feel the cost (except in the 2008 crash, which is blamed on 911 but wouldn’t have happened without the wars).

    This paragraph is self-contradictory.

  105. anon[292] • Disclaimer says:

    A Black racist propagandist is trying to bring the gullible people on board against China to please his masters, the evil empire. He is spreading lies against China, but kisses his Bosses’ behinds.
    \

    • Replies: @Malla
  106. Che Guava says:

    I agree. Also, though the RoC, Taiwan, The history and politics deserve a little more
    thought.

    At the time the Portuguese found the place, early 16th or late 15th century, there were just about no Han Chinese, except in fishing villages and pirate gangs on the coast.

    Much the same pattern as in most of the Malay sphere.

    Natives still exist, but only inland, and analagous to the Ainu in Japan, they mainly look much like Chinese people now.

    In the Ming and early Qing years, many Han settlers who weren’t just pirates moved there and pushed the natives inland.

    The late Qing dynasty just about forgot about the place, telling some western navy man in the late 19th century that it was an inconsequential place.

    The nascent Empire of the Sun, having fooled the international order of the time to recognize the seizure of the Ryukyuu kingdom, seized Formosa, or Taiwan, after the Sino-Japanese war of mid-1890s.

    Japan did not impose the same kind of idiotic language etc. policies as in northern China, Manchuria, and Korea, and invested in develogment, so a kind of pro−Japan occupation, copying our pop culture trend is still very strong.

    It is major in ‘DPP’.

    So, although RoC has the same maritime border disputes as PRC, under a DPP govt. they are minimised.

    Finally, nobody in Taiwan asked for the U.S.A. to ferry the defeated remnants of the KMT there, but it happened, they brutally put down some opposition, and the name of the state is ‘Republic of China’, same with passports, postage stamps, and the names of institutions.

    Even a few KMT people stayed in mainland China, and held high symbolic or advisory posts.

  107. nsa says:
    @nokangaroos

    “Nuking around in the region will seriously piss off the Japs”
    The Japs love a good nuking…..velly velly ichiban. They get gratuitously nuked not once, but twice, by the yanks and love it so much, they become the yank’s permanent little squinty butt bitch. “Thank you massa for nuking us…we deserved it”. In fact, the Jap predilection for radioactivity is so extreme, they then nuked themselves at Fukushima.,,,,the gift that keeps on giving. Japs just can’t get enough radioactivity…..strontium 90 velly velly double plus good totemo yoi.

  108. Che Guava says:
    @Commentator Mike

    I agree. Also, though the RoC, Taiwan, The history and politics deserve a little more
    thought.

    At the time the Portuguese found the place, early 16th or late 15th century, there were just about no Han Chinese, except in fishing villages and pirate gangs on the coast.

    Much the same pattern as in most of the Malay sphere.

    Natives still exist, but only inland, and analagous to the Ainu in Japan, they mainly look much like Chinese people now.

    In the Ming and early Qing years, many Han settlers who weren’t just pirates moved there and pushed the natives inland.

    The late Qing dynasty just about forgot about the place, telling some western navy man in the late 19th century that it was an inconsequential place.

    The nascent Empire of the Sun, having fooled the international order of the time to recognize the seizure of the Ryukyuu kingdom, seized Formosa, or Taiwan, after the Sino-Japanese war of mid-1890s.

    Japan did not impose the same kind of idiotic language etc. policies as in northern China, Manchuria, and Korea, and invested in develogment, so a kind of pro−Japan occupation, copying our pop culture trend is still very strong.

    It is major in ‘DPP’.

    So, although RoC has the same maritime border disputes as PRC, under a DPP govt. they are minimised.

    Finally, nobody in Taiwan asked for the U.S.A. to ferry the defeated remnants of the KMT there, but it happened, they brutally put down some opposition, and the name of the state is ‘Republic of China’, same with passports, postage stamps, and the names of institutions.

    Even a few KMT people stayed in mainland China, and held high symbolic or advisory posts.

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  109. Che Guava says:
    @Anon

    Last I checked, China and Indonesia were the world top two for numbers of landing craft. May not be the case now, and I am very sympathetic to ‘Indonesians’ who are not Javanese or Sumatran. Talk about an evil empire! 

    • Replies: @Anon
  110. @Abbybwood

    Note the MSM tried to blame a Mainland Chinese for shooting up that church in California full of Taiwan people earlier this month. The dirty trick is – which they had QUIETLY admit days later is the shooter was born and raised in Taiwan but shot up the church because he blames pro independence people like them for stirring up tension between the island and The Mainland.

  111. “Claiming that you are willing to go to war with China to steal a part of their country is effectively a declaration of war.”

    I think it’s worth going to war with China to separate not one but several parts … Tibet, East Turkmenistan, Inner Mongolia and Manchuria and in return they can have Taiwan.

    • Agree: meamjojo
  112. Malla says:
    @anon

    But but but, this deep state propagandist criticizes the British Empire!!!
    Which proves the point, today’s Trotskyite Wall Street Western Imperialism is the enemy of the Earlier European Empires.
    BTW there are rumours, his White Dad was a Jew. Not sure.

  113. Zionists put Mao in control of China, this is a fact, there will be no war with China, everything that China has was given to them by the ZUS, the ZUS took China from the rice fields and built them into the power that they are by deindustrializing America and reindustrializing China. The ZUS sent their puppet Nixon and his batman Kissinger over to China to open China up and that is just what Nixon and Kissinger did.

    The conflict with China is total bullshit, it is a charade, a hoax, put on for the benefit of the zionist one world government kabal.

    • Agree: Cauchemar du Singe
  114. @Che Guava

    I don’t know about Taiwan but in the Malay sphere there were also Chinese traders and emissaries, perhaps even some colonists, and not just pirates and fishermen. That region had reasonably developed sultanates and there were cordial diplomatic and trade relations with China. Some could even argue that the Malay sultanates were some kind of loose, very loose, vassals of the Chinese empire.

    • Replies: @Che Guava
  115. @Z-man

    1) the PLA has openly stated that after neutralizing all command and control and military communication on the island it would send in the marines to secure landing. Then it would use numerous commercial shipping vessels purpose built to also carry military personnel and gears to cross the strait. Of course the blockade above and below the water and the air space would happen simultaneously. That would include not just military ships but hundreds of vessels that are part of the maritime militia which can communicate with the navy. These things are spoken very openly and even the drills to accomplish then in Chinese media.

    2) sorry money is not more important that defense of the homeland to Chinese. That was a large part of what the Revolution was about. Peasants rose up to kick out the foreign oppressors. The Korean War was seen as an extension…. Taiwan holds the same significance. The KMT was run off the mainland for being seen as too money hungry and deferential to the west and ineffective in fighting Japan. Security first — and then commerce

  116. @JL

    “the western centric model of the world is slipping away”

    The West no longer has the old western values, so it is a bitter irony that the only way to preserve civilization and human prosperity and progress will be for non-Western powers to rule over the planet.

    Taiwan needs to cut a deal–even a deal they don’t like very much–and they need to do it quickly.

  117. Amazing how eager and gung ho they all are to defend Taiwan and the Ukraine but have done nothing to defend their own countries from invasion. Oh, it was/is peaceful invasion, by invitation, and they call it “immigration”, “Immigrant” – just a nice term for colonist.

  118. Bookish1 says:
    @Jimmy le Blanc

    That is why they call it baboonery

  119. anon[125] • Disclaimer says:
    @American Citizen

    On the contrary I think this was an off the cuff remark, something he blurted out during a live interview.

    The teleprompter would’ve given him the standard WH response, which is already trying to walk back the “commitment”.

    Reminds me of that scene in Paul Blart, Mall Cop:

    Blart: “Sir, I swore an oath to protect the mall…”

    Supervisor: “There is no such oath.”

  120. Realist says:

    Australia is obviously just a vassal state of the US.

    Worse yet Australia is a vassal state of the UK, which is a vassal state of the U.S.

    Both photos of Biden show a vacuous being…there is nothing behind those eyes.

    They might even draft you into the military.

    They tried that fifty-seven years ago…didn’t work then…won’t work now.

    At the very least, get out of the cities. I’ve been telling you this for years.

    There is every reason to not live in a large city, and no reason to live in a large city.

    This is why you shouldn’t let criminals, pedophiles, and satanists control your government!

    Yet we do.

    Anyway – Latin America might have conflict between East and West aligned states as both try to get the maximum amount of resources for their war effort.

    When WWIII starts there will be no time to worry about resources for the war effort…it will be over in short time.

    • Replies: @profnasty
  121. Realist says:
    @Anonymous

    Obviously some of the unsophisticated commenters, e.g., meamjojo*, are too unsophisticated to be from serious intel agencies so maybe they’re simply second or third-level decoys or maybe just from Lithuanian or Polish intel agencies?

    Intriguing insight.

    It is obvious that some commentators on TUR are troll bots. But the good ones are sometimes hard to detect. I wonder what the percent is.

    One of Musk’s concerns about Twitter was the number of bots.

    • Replies: @Punch Brother Punch
  122. Realist says:
    @Here Be Dragon

    No China is not Russia.

    China is ten times stronger and is ten times better prepared. China can be mobilized in a matter of hours. No nation in the world can win a war against China.

    China has drones and aircraft carriers. China is testing hypersonic missiles.

    China is a formidable country, Russia has thousands more nuclear weapons than China. The fact is China and Russia together are an unstoppable pair.

    • Agree: Here Be Dragon
  123. Whoever’s controlling ‘CornPop’, is also in control of Corn Rows on government plantations.
    Axx any Nigga wut dey tinks uf Chyna (China) an dey say, Blac Chyna es uh hoe.

    A Magic Negroz nightly prayer to all the Gods in tha sky.

    “Dear Godz, pleez help us get thru KFC safely and protect us frum all tha white folks dat wunt ta kill us fo raping an drug’n dey kids. Imma get real wit u, pleez go gangsta an kill all tha white peepooz too,
    BLM – George Floyd foeber, amen.

  124. Realist says:
    @anon

    Putin took the bait because they thought their backs are against the wall. Here’s hoping China will be a little smarter and not attack Taiwan. Cool heads prevail.

    Putin knows their back is against the wall. If China were surrounded by belligerent warmongering nations…their attitude would be like Russia’s. How about Taiwan asking to join NATO and the West offering to accept? How about Taiwan asking for nuclear weapons.

    China’s time to be under the gun is in the near future.

  125. GMC says:

    One would think that in order to cut its losses, the Western NWO would bypass 2 huge World Wars and be happy with Half of the Planet – All to themselves. Certainly the western Hemisphere and parts of Africa have plenty of resources to keep the NWO -West busy for the next 100 years.

    But instead, we see a very big flaw in their ability to sustain there life support . they can Not mentally, physically, financially get past the lust for War and their parasitic MIC infrastructure, whereas, the East can easily bypass their Military infrastructure and it’s warmongering ways , in order to sustain a sovereign, respected, and and Multipolar existence with their half of the Planet.

    The total negative energy and actions coming from the West is evidence enough that – Nobody in their right frame of mind would wish to be associated with them. Certainly the East has seen this for decades now.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  126. @American Citizen

    I’m kinda looking forward to Kamala taking over soon – and the sooner the better, before Biden blunders the country, and Western Civ, into nuclear war. As she cannot get thru a few sentences without breaking into her obnoxious cackle, no one, including Russian and Chinese leaders, will take her seriously. Kamala wants so much to be liked that, unlike Biden, she’s not yet full of hate. It’s possible, though maybe not likely, that tensions with the other two great superpowers, will calm somewhat once Kamala is sworn in. Bottom line: How could it hurt the democrats dismal chances in November to get rid of the corpse in the WH and replace him with the first woman president?

  127. How about a cage match of Creepy Joe vs. that hawt sister of Kim Jong Un?

    Nah, he’d just sniff her to death.

  128. “That’s a commitment we made…”
    Who is this “we” of whom this Jewge bleats and blathers ? He and the bats in his belfry?

    Methinks there’s “a ‘Chink’ in his ardor”?
    (Forgive me, I couldn’t resist!)

    Put this clown and his even more stupid (if that is possible ) son Hunter-gatherer on a slooowwww boat to China.

  129. @Miro23

    GlobalHomoZioBIGsRxMIC3BLM PIGs have so far won everything they’ve bribed, extorted and blackmailed except Russia, China, India and a few Islamic lands.

    MonkeyPox was originally spread by GlobalHomo’s having sex with pet monkeys on African Orgy Safari Tours. Those selected monkeys were bought from medical bio labs experimenting on smallpox variants.

    So if you know of any GlobalHomo, Pleez heed this warning.

    Warning: Anal Monkey Sex Is Dangerous To Your Health And May Cause Death.

  130. @Jim H

    Doesn’t matter. China cannot permit the Anglo empire to maintain forward base there. It all comes down to how many Anglo Whites you are willing to sacrifice, because once your client brown races witness Whites getting butchered by the tens of thousands they will stop troubling us, for good. Australia is a prime candidate for that object lesson.

    • Replies: @nokangaroos
  131. Anonymous[835] • Disclaimer says:
    @Luddite in Chief

    Belongs on a stage with Z the drag queen.

    Dueling penises.

  132. wiggins says:
    @Cauchemar du Singe

    She make you happy very long time…..4 dollah…

  133. d dan says:
    @nokangaroos

    “Nuking around in the region will seriously piss off the Japanese…”

    On the contrary, Japanese actually loves radioactive seafood. Maybe it is part of their secret process or ingredients for sushi or something, or maybe it will make you feel high. Accordingly, they already planned to pour thousands of tons of radioactive water into the sea. It is hard for me to imagine how it taste, so I hope some Unz commenters could share their experience.

    But fear not. After they methodologically implement their plan in a few years time, I am sure the radioactive water will come to California and Australia coast. Many more Westerners will eventually have the opportunities to enjoy these exotic Japanese delicacies too. So, instead of waste all their ammunition to bomb someone’s dams, maybe some Americans could team up with Japanese to bomb their own nuclear plants – which sounds like a much more profitable and exciting adventure. No?

    Cheer.

  134. @Anonymous

    Where do I apply to become a bot or operative, I’m between jobs. Will disseminate narrative for money! I’m too self-absorbed to make a good spy, just a warning, CIA.

  135. anon[305] • Disclaimer says:

    America is not enough of a mess with 330 million mouths to feed, we need to add another 1.4 billion.

  136. @neutral

    It’s true. He is a shell. Might as well be operated by servo hydraulics, real looking skin, but with battery longevity problems and unreliability. I keep saying this to people who slip into bad habits:

    NONE of these Bolsheviks make any decisions. Pelosi, Schumer, the 51 Jews in the upper Executive Branch, prominent Democrats, the majority of Republicans. They are told EXPLICITLY what to say and do, or are given narrow channels to act and speak.

  137. @RobinG

    In return, Kissinger would want Russia to back off from protecting Syria from the Israelis. As a bonus, the Jews would love if both they and the ZUS can attack Iran without Russian intervention.

  138. @Jim H

    Taiwan is culturally distinct from mainland China. Having gotten used to multiparty democracy in a capitalist economy, Taiwanese don’t want to be ruled by a Communist dictator chosen by party insiders.

    Since when Taiwan is culturally distinct? Even 3rd, 4th generation Chinese diaspora in Southeast Asia are not culturally distinct.

    If you know the history of the Chinese people you would have understood why the CCP lucked into legitimacy in the past few decades. For more than a hundred years, the Chinese people suffered tremendously and mostly in the hands of Western colonial powers and imperial Japan. While outside China, ethnic Chinese started to enjoy better lives 1970s onwards, Chinese inside China only got started to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Sure, nobody wants the communist party to be power forever and it seems the CCP knows that too. For now, it is necessary.

    For the CCP to go away, the West has to gain the ethnic Chinese’s people trust and stop provoking and instigating sh*t. They are all too familiar as that was how it was done in the past.

    Given a choice, it is better to tolerate the CCP than under Western domination.

  139. Biden seems to be saying things for effect, like a small time hoodlum running his mouth and telling tales – That would have been tolerable if he didn’t have any official position but he seems to forget that as the Head of the country, he can’t just fib and lie his way out any situation – What a disaster

  140. Wielgus says:
    @omegabooks

    Looks like a normal handshake to me.
    Rather remarkable that it happened at all, during the Cold War and with then PRC-backed North Vietnam still killing US personnel.

  141. meamjojo says:
    @frankie p

    “Actually, that was a post from Taiwan, where I live. Fool. ”

    So what? It sounds like it was written by the CCP as justification to attack Taiwan. I think it was written by yourself. D’oh.

  142. meamjojo says:
    @Johnny Smoggins

    “If the US butted out, Taiwan would eventually peacefully reunite with China to the benefit of everyone. This process has been underway for years with people traveling to the motherland to open businesses, travel and visit family. ”

    Sure. They are looking forward to be summarily locked in their homes for a month or more with no food or recourse at the whim of China’s government. Or having their doors kicked in by the police because they might have a mild case of Covid. Or be beat up because they want to leave their homes to get medical care for themselves or a family member?

    Or maybe they would like to be put in reeducation camps like the Uyghurs?

    Then there is the Chinese social justice program.

    I seriously doubt that anyone in Taiwan WANTS to reunite with the mainland to reap such amazing benefits!

    • Agree: peterAUS
    • Replies: @antibeast
  143. @Wielgus

    So what did you expect the Vietnamese to do with the genocidal Yankee invaders?

    • Replies: @Wielgus
  144. Anon[283] • Disclaimer says:
    @Che Guava

    Last I checked, China and Indonesia were the world top two for numbers of landing craft. May not be the case now, and I am very sympathetic to ‘Indonesians’ who are not Javanese or Sumatran. Talk about an evil empire!

     

    Maybe and maybe not. But a Chinese assault on Taiwan would involve more than a bunch of Asians jumping on landing craft and sailing accross 100 miles of open water.

    • Replies: @nokangaroos
    , @Che Guava
  145. @Brian Damage

    Why would the CPC not be in power indefinitely? It is a true meritocracy that anyone can join and rise according to their abilities, and it is the most materially successful Government in history? Why would the Chinese want to change a Government that follows many of the patterns of behaviour of previous successful Chinese regimes?

  146. @GMC

    It all goes back to the Torah/Old Testament. Their ‘God’ wants the blood of ‘enemies’, whether Jebusites, Midianites, Moabites, Amalekites, or Palestinians, Iranians, Russians or Chinese. Killing enemies is a mitzvah, or good deed. And ‘God/Yahweh’ says-genocide is best.

    • Agree: GMC
  147. antibeast says:
    @meamjojo

    I seriously doubt that anyone in Taiwan WANTS to reunite with the mainland to reap such amazing benefits!

    Who cares what you think what they want.

  148. @The_Masterwang

    Well, yes … the last time around Gen. Yamashita showed the White Man
    was not invincible (and was executed for exposing state secrets).
    The next World War is inevitable, but China is not anywhere as vulnerable.
    Australia goes into convulsions when the Chinese balk at buying their wine
    not to mention coal and iron ore.
    The First Island Chain is their Maginot Line, but Japan and South Korea are
    not terribly solid either so it´s only a question of time.

  149. I think that what China meant to say was “dew neh loh moh gwai lo”, but it was somehow lost in translation.

  150. @Anon

    It will take the form either of a color revolution ™ or of Hassan of
    Morocco´s Green March, only on water 😛

  151. Renoman says:

    The poor old soul is loosing his mind, very dangerous.

  152. @showmethereal

    yes, the chinese terrorist who attacked americans on american soil, an act of war, saw the china/taiwan situation in exactly the same way that you, anglin, and all of the other pro-chinese/anti-american voices on unz.com do. you now officially belong to a foreign terrorist movement with the blood of americans on its hands. things are going to go very badly for you from now on, much as they did for the members of al-queda in the months and years immediately following 911. you, anglin, and the rest of your chinese terrorist movement should expect to spend your last days on earth hounded by US drones or wasting away in windowless jail cells at Guantanamo bay. give up now, and maybe we’ll go easy on you.

    • LOL: Notsofast
  153. JM says:
    @showmethereal

    You contradicted yourself and made no sense. The KMT literally believes they are the rightful rulers of China – so how could Taiwan be separate for 127 years. It makes no sense. Guess where most Taiwan people move to that leave the island… Guess where most students study that leave the island. Guess where most businesses that leave the island go to. Guess who they marry most when they marry non islanders. The answer to all of those is Mainland China. The culture on Taiwan is closer to the culture in Fujian than NY to California. Closer than Northern Ireland to London. Don’t let politics confuse you</blockquote

    Great comment. And China is now a market economy with a Han Mandarin in charge. What’s there not to like for the degenerated KMT?

  154. @Here Be Dragon

    The Chinese can bring the US military to its knees in no time when they refuse to export their monkeypox vaccines.

  155. Notsofast says:
    @showmethereal

    yes, isn’t this convenient, much like the buffalo shooting was being blamed on putin, even though the shooter was using the same symbols as the ukranazis they created in ukraine. seems the fbi and cia are going into overdrive to keep their narrative alive. expect more mk ultra inspired shootings in the near future.

  156. @bombthe3gorgesdam

    Oh we haven’t even started shedding American blood yet.

    • Disagree: bombthe3gorgesdam
  157. @Wielgus

    Are you implying American lives are somehow sacrosanct, not to be thrown away like used consumables?

    • Replies: @Wielgus
  158. Derer says:

    It is a three front war …Russia, China, and Domestic (everybody except Democrats)

  159. JR Foley says:
    @Curmudgeon

    Canada–went on all major police websites for Top 10 wanted and 85% of the faces are non -white and have long handles usually Abdullah -Fourouk- Kingfishandy and other such handles. Whites are being cast into the minority and many mayors are yesterday elite from elsewhere. Influx of refugees will enlighten the social scene in Elkmonton and Loserpeg.

  160. Karl1906 says:

    Well, president Alzheimers and his policies fully represent the US establishment’s way of “thinking” at this point. It’s so easy! If you can’t win one war, start another. Always worked like charm before. Civilians died, tax payers paid, more money printed, more money collected.

    Because if they commited a crime and nobody ever held them accountable, they would simply commit another – worse – one next.

    Too bad (for them) they’re going up against serious competition now and their own empire isn’t in top shape anymore.

    Besides, most (foreign) people and nations are now VERY wary of this.

  161. JR Foley says:
    @bombthe3gorgesdam

    Canada–went on all major police websites for Top 10 wanted and 85% of the faces are non -white and have long handles usually Abdullah -Fourouk- Kingfishandy and other such handles. Whites are being cast into the minority and many mayors are yesterday elite from elsewhere. Influx of refugees will enlighten the social scene in Elkmonton and Loserpeg.

  162. kauchai says:
    @frankie p

    Thank you for the correction.

    If I am not mistaken my quote on the median income falls into the 20-30 year-old group. Again I stand corrected.

  163. HT says:

    We will need all the millions of illegals Biden is letting in to help fight all these wars.

  164. meamjojo says:

    We can sabre rattle also. You go Joe!
    ———-
    On Taiwan, Biden Should Find His Inner Truman
    May 24, 2022, 4:34 p.m. ET
    By Bret Stephens – Opinion Columnist

    The White House insists that President Biden did not break with longstanding policy when, at a news conference in Tokyo on Monday with the prime minister of Japan, he flatly answered “yes” to the question, “Are you willing to get involved militarily to defend Taiwan if it comes to that?”

    Don’t believe the diplomatic spin that there’s nothing to see here. Don’t believe, either, that the president didn’t know what he was doing. What Biden said is dramatic — as well as prudent, necessary and strategically astute. He is demonstrating a sense of history, a sense of the moment and a sense that, after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, new rules apply.

    American policy toward Taiwan for the past 43 years has been chiefly governed by two core, if somewhat ambiguous, agreements. The first, the One China policy, which Biden reaffirmed in Tokyo, is the basis for Washington’s diplomatic recognition of Beijing as the sole legal government of China.

    The second, the Taiwan Relations Act of 1979, is the basis for our continued ties to Taiwan as a self-governing entity. But unlike the treaties the U.S. maintains with Japan and South Korea, the act does not oblige American forces to come to the island’s defense in the event of an attack — only that we will provide Taiwan with the weapons it needs to defend itself.

    Former presidents, including Donald Trump, have hinted that the United States would fight for Taiwan but have otherwise remained studiedly vague on the question. That may have once served Washington’s strategic purposes, at least when relations with Beijing were warming or stable.

    But Xi Jinping has changed the rules of the game.
    ….
    https://www.nytimes.com/2022/05/24/opinion/biden-china-taiwan.html

    • Replies: @antibeast
    , @showmethereal
  165. @bombthe3gorgesdam

    I’m glad you admit that the terrorist is Chinese even though he was born and raised on Taiwan. Good job upholding the One China Policy

  166. @bombthe3gorgesdam

    So you’ll die, too, racist. You are aware that China has nukes, aren’t you. Good riddance.

  167. Wielgus says:
    @The_Masterwang

    Well, in theory at least their parents back home were registered voters…

  168. Wielgus says:
    @mulga mumblebrain

    Were I in the leadership cadre in Hanoi at the time, I would have found that photo rather disturbing. And not for bogus “Masonic handshake” reasons.

  169. @mulga mumblebrain

    america would limit use of nukes to chinese forces as they tried to cross the strait to invade taiwan or, if they successfully invaded, on the island of taiwan itself. if china responded by nuking the USA homeland, that act of escalation would almost certainly lead the US to nuclear retaliation on the chinese mainland, meaning the end of china as an inhabitable nation. chinese leaders understand this full well, which is why they are very unlikely to escalate in the scenario I outlined. they might retaliate by using their own nukes on US forces at sea, though.

  170. antibeast says:
    @meamjojo

    Xi can find his inner Mao too, if the so-called collective ‘West’ wants to play that game. China can play that game far better than the so-called collective ‘West’, like sell nuclear weapons and hypersonic missiles to the non-West. Better tell your bosses that they be very careful what they wish for, as they might get a hypersonic missile up their asses.

  171. @Brian Damage

    Russia got rid of its communist one party system and where did it get it in relations with US and the West? They’re in the West’s good books now, are they?

    • Agree: showmethereal, Malla
    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  172. @Realist

    It is obvious that some commentators on TUR are troll bots.

    What proof do we have that you’re not a bot?

    • Replies: @Realist
    , @Kim
  173. antibeast says:
    @bombthe3gorgesdam

    Stupid gringos like you should stick to watching gay porn instead of posting dumb comments here in UNZ.

    • Disagree: bombthe3gorgesdam
  174. Realist says:
    @Punch Brother Punch

    What proof do we have that you’re not a bot?

    What’s this we crap asshole? You don’t speak for the commenters here.

    If you think I’m a bot don’t reply to me.

  175. @meamjojo

    Nonsense opinion in The NY Times. China has never trusted the US. The fact the US passed the Taiwan Relations Act which basically refutes everything they said in the Three Joint Communiques with the PRC showed China again that the US could not be trusted. When Clinton sent aircraft carriers in the 90’s as the island was starting to practice democracy – the missile and naval ship development in the PRC has gone into overdrive. This has not caught China by surprise in the least. But if all you know is The NY Times then you wouldn’t understand that. Sad for the American public.

  176. @American Bulwark

    Mehool Bhai here.
    American Bulwark Bhai. Check this out Bhai. Sinister plans of Chinese Communists on World.
    Bhai, videos in Chinese but with English subtitles. Chinese regime very bad, Bhai. Respected Sir, Mr. Guo Wengui (郭文贵) is spilling beans on the inner workings of evil Communist regime.

    [MORE]


    5/13/2022 文贵直播:全球经济、金融崩塌最大赢家和幕后操作者是谁?中共一手制造了这场人类史无前例的经济金融大战,而且在赌没人敢碰它,所以习近平必打台湾
    How China Govt plan to create worst Global financial crisis and invade Taiwan.


    5/18/2022 文贵直播:在最近的欧洲某论坛上,耶伦已从过去替中共说话,开始改口说世界最大的威胁是习近平、其次才是共产党,而且她深信习身体不好、会打台湾,扔核弹的可能是习近平而不是普京
    Evil China Communist have old deep connections with evil American banking woman Janet Yellen, CCP send Weijian Shan to study under Janet Yellen, USA Federal banking woman. Deep connections but now rivalry with Xi. Xi nuclear threat to Europe, not Putin Sir. Xi Jinping is having some disease and has less time, so he will try to achieve things very fast.

    Very Scared and Concerned in Mumbai, Mehool Bhai.

  177. profnasty says:
    @Realist

    Better late than never.

    • Replies: @profnasty
  178. Kim says:
    @Punch Brother Punch

    You La Raza guys had better check yourselves or we might send another Cortez over to sort you out again.

    • Replies: @The_Masterwang
  179. Che Guava says:
    @Anon

    True, but I the estimates of absolute numbers of landing craft have much the same ranking now. Indonesia for Java to invade everywhere else in the region that was formerly under Dutch rule, and some places that were not.

    The empire of Java is certainly evil, many of the islands and West Papua would be better as independent.

    PRC fleet, you are correct, it is not like crossing the Manche, or even the crossing from southern Korea to Japan, historically accomplished many times.

    The story about the Mongol invasion having failed is a fiction invented for the U.S. occupiers, it did not succeed
    because of bad weather, but many landed and rampaged for some years, numerous commemorative plaques are to be seen at some of the landing and battle sites.

    The Shogunate of the time also fell as a result, and was replaced.

    I know both Taimanese and mainlanders.

    In general, mainlanders don’t think so much about Taiwan, although one man I met started to shout about it being part of China.
    Sure, I agree, but his rant in Japanese was ridiculous.

    OTOH, Taiwan-born people here generally express spite towards all mainlanders, except the brain-dead restaurant staff at some, certainly not the majority of places, Taiwan born and multiple citizen types often go too far in hating mainlanders.

    • Replies: @dogbumbreath
  180. @Kim

    Cortez is sorting YOU out.

  181. Che Guava says:
    @Commentator Mike

    Thank you for the reply, but it is not the case.

    Although the Ming tribute ships had sailed by, more precisely, waddled by, and demanded tribute in late Ming, it was only after the British establishing parts of the place that many Chinese came in.

    Also, because more money was to be made in Malaya, much of the Malay population, so-called Bumiputra, born of the soil, really came from Sumatra and Java, not the Malayan Peninsula.

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  182. profnasty says:
    @profnasty

    I would like to add.
    This guy is still alive!
    Bless his Jewish heart. Pure talent.

    • Replies: @profnasty
  183. profnasty says:
    @profnasty

    Would RU consider doing a piece on this Communist sympathizer?
    I think he would enjoy that.
    A great artist. Never got his deserved kudos.
    He’s still alive. Genius has it’s rewards.
    I love this guy!
    Let’s say….hello.

  184. @Che Guava

    Sure many of the Malays and Chinese in that region are descendants of more recent immigrants from Indonesia and China but of course there were Malay, Bruneian, Filipino, and Indonesian sultanates that traded with India, Arabia and China, and there is evidence of the presence of Chinese before the British arrived.

    https://journals.openedition.org/archipel/280

    If Arabian traders managed to get there then surely the Chinese, who were nearer, would also have traded in the region.

    • Replies: @showmethereal
    , @Che Guava
  185. @Commentator Mike

    Indeed. In Toronto Canada there is a museum I believe of the Islamic world which has the remains of a Chinese ship that sunk in that area. It had pottery and many crafted and luxury goods that were being exported out of China. I believe it is from the 11th century – long before the Ming.

    • Replies: @Che Guava
  186. @Mehool Mehta

    Mehool Bai,

    I will look at the videos… thanks for the links!

    AB

  187. @mulga mumblebrain

    1G nukes ain’t no match for the latest, baddest 5G version that’s coming to the Hanstan.

  188. @neutral

    Jewy Joe has been a Jewge* for more than 40 yrs.

    *Jew’s Stooge

  189. The global chip shortage is only worsened by Taiwan’s hollowed out high tech sector.This gradual depletion for over thirty year period was done deliberately. The transfer of personal computing and mobile device manufacturing, over to the Chinese “mainland” was certainly a CCP strategy that has become a thorn in the side of Pentagon brass for both strategic and economic security reasons.

    The sudden advent of hyper-sonic missiles, be they nuclear tipped or conventional explosive(s) are now fully deployed by Chinese and Russian naval forces. The anti-ballistic missile batteries stationed in Alaska can no longer protect Silicon Valley from destruction. Taiwan’s TSMC corporation knows all too well that it is the principle backup to wafer manufacture and chips should Silicon Valley, currently producing ~17% of the worlds chips, be attacked by CBW and or nuclear weapons.

    Again, during a east-west confrontation or crisis, certain high tech manufacturers in Taiwan may be attacked or seized by “mainland” military forces. In response, Taiwanese industry moguls initiated a twelve billion dollar fabrication plant, under construction in Phoenix, Arizona. The finished products there will cover basic and essential telecommunications manufacturing such as CPUs, GPUs, IPUs, for example smartphones should the worst befall our allies or major chip production in California.

    The rub in all this theorizing is simply that Phoenix is a puddle jump from the Frisco Bay area for hyper-sonic weapons, so apparently our military is not telling all about anti ballistic capabilities interior to the US, regardless-even if threats are the latest in enemy missile technology. Or have the movers and the shakers of this world, secretly come to a unanimous conclusion that, it’s gonna be global peace….or nothing! meanwhile they fry the proles into a constant state of agitation and panic. It’s something they just love to do, all the time!

    • Replies: @frankie p
    , @showmethereal
  190. @Che Guava

    OTOH, Taiwan-born people here generally express spite towards all mainlanders, except the brain-dead restaurant staff at some, certainly not the majority of places, Taiwan born and multiple citizen types often go too far in hating mainlanders.

    Same situation in Hong Kong but in both cases, the majority are people under 30 years of age and the result of Western brainwashing and a lack of experience seeing the real world with their own eyes (this is a universal problem). If an older person has similar views then it’s the result of wanting to “keep the piece”. Asian parents are scared stiff when it comes to offending their “prize” male heir so to keep on the good side of the children, they will support their children’s anti mainland stance even if they believe otherwise.

    • Replies: @Che Guava
  191. frankie p says:
    @elmerfudzie

    I was very curious about how the TSMC fab in Phoenix would work out, considering the fact that the downstream industry is all found in China and Asia, at least for smart phones, pads, computers. Why would they be making 5nm. wafers in Phoenix, and would they just ship those wafers back to Asia for packaging and installation into devices? I asked some TSMC employees in the Tainan Science Park, and they seemed to think that the bulk of the 5nm. wafers made in Phoenix would be headed to the US Defense Industry.

    By the way, Taiwanese Industry moguls didn’t come up with the idea of the fab in Phoenix, Arizona. Trump did, and he pressured Taiwan and TSMC. Retired Chairman Morris Chang has been complaining loudly in the media about how costs in the US will be 50% higher for the same products made in Taiwan. And they haven’t even had to deal with the “woke” workforce in the US yet. They are in for a rude awakening. I mentioned this to a group of department and line managers that I was training here in Taiwan, and they seemed aware that there were rocky roads ahead.

    • Agree: showmethereal
    • Replies: @elmerfudzie
  192. @Commentator Mike

    Libya got rid of its nukes and-KABOOM. Back to the Stone Age sand niggers. The USA and its stooges MUST NEVER be trusted.

  193. @bombthe3gorgesdam

    China would retaliate in kind, meaning the end of the USA as an open-air lunatic asylum that produces scum like you. Moreover China has massive nuclear shelters, and the USA has none but for the elites. When survivors crawl out, the Yanks will set to killing one another, while the Chinese will get straight back to rebuilding their country. Come on Big Mouth-give it a go. Please!

    • Replies: @bombthe3gorgesdam
  194. Che Guava says:
    @Commentator Mike

    Mike, you generally make sense, but I spent much of growing up in the region, and studied the history of the Malayan empires of old in Malay, at school. Sure, some Chinese must have been assimilated into some coastal communities, as members of pirate gangs, fishermen, or whatever.

    The influx of Chinese as Chinese was only for the profits made possible by the British, and to a lesser extent, in parts of the Dutch empire.

    Of course, in both post-independence Malaysia, Singapore. and parts of Indonesia, many instances of anti-Chinese race riots have been seen.

    At one of my schools, play-acting them at lunchtime was a major thing.

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  195. Che Guava says:
    @showmethereal

    Sounds like modern Toronto is just doing what modern Toronto does, building a false narrative.

    • Replies: @showmethereal
  196. Che Guava says:
    @dogbumbreath

    Thanks. I am becoming used to and bored with bizarre replies on similar, but yours makes sense.

  197. @frankie p

    frankie p from elmerfudzie. Thanks for your comments and insights.

    I’m not sure that Trump was speaking for himself, rather acting as a sock puppet for the Pentagon.

    I can only deduce that this bizarre investment in the Phoenix area must have something to do logistics and preserving the MIC’s chip manufacturing in the event of a major military engagement with China and or Russia. Sometimes I get the eeriest feeling that the seeming chaos and slaughter during major wars are sketched out and agreed to well in advance- by both sides.

    Allow me to take a moment and diverge from the article. Carl Von Clausewitz in his “Six Lessons for the Modern Strategist” said: war should not be compared to art but to commerce, “which is also a conflict of human interests and activities.” His ideas were formed by very specific words, derived from Greek expression(s) strategia or stratos. In the mind of Clausewitz, negotiation and real politik were found in the military. For example; Since the 70’s, a fusion began to take hold between corporations and the Pentagon (or standing armies) with a ever growing influence to steer the future direction of the USA.

    ASIDE: This threat to elected government was unveiled by President Eisenhower in his final speech while still in office.

    In the jargon of corporate board rooms, the phrase “long-term planning” e.g., forecasting numbers to map the future was dropped and today you hear CEO’s adopt the military term, “strategy”. Strategy goes hand in hand with the notion, now oft repeated phrase “limited resources”. No country, no matter what it’s strengths are can boast of unlimited resources. Developing a strategy that focuses on what resources we do have (or whatever remains after war) and how to use them to achieve competitive advantage is the main goal…. All else follows from there said Clausewitz

    There’s plenty of evidence that Clausewitz was correct and now we have Western Occident countries existing in a fascist state. Examples; The recent top brass pentagon General Milley (among others) confabbing with the Russian Ministry of defense or another example; In the spring of 2018 it was Chief of Staff General Valeri Guerassimov who telephoned General Dunford, sternly warning him that should any US military intervention occur near Damascus, Russian forces would target fifty three U.S. ships.. NOTE: that this communique’ was not one between the national leaders, Putin and Trump but between the Pentagon and those central offices of the Russian Ministry of Defense !

    FDR warned that a liberal democracy is not safe if the people tolerate the growth of private power to a point where it becomes stronger then their democratic State itself. ” That in its essence is fascism- ownership of government by an individual (the Soros types) or group” e.g., (Pentagon officialdom)

    • Thanks: frankie p
  198. @Che Guava

    Fair enough, the English also brought the Tamils to Malaysia but it does not mean that there weren’t Indians there even before, and in fact before the Sultanates there were Hindu empires throughout the region even as far as Cebu in the Philippines, not to mention Bali in Indonesia which remains Hindu to this day.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cebu_(historical_state)

    It’s not as if there was nothing happening before the arrival of the European colonists. There were thriving sea ports throughout the region with ships going to and fro from China, India, Arabia capable of maintaining empires with a flourishing international trade. For centuries the script used by Malay languages was Arabic and it was latinised fairly recently.

    But I don’t intend to argue with you on the finer points of emphasis.

    • Replies: @Che Guava
  199. @Z-man

    Brits involved in international affairs used to refer to the Chinese as, “The Jews of The Orient”.
    Jews and Chinese have much in common; most of it bad…for others.

  200. @mulga mumblebrain

    you don’t understand, mulga; the chinese CANNOT respond in kind. the chinese don’t have the nuclear arsenal to respond in kind. America has more than 5 thousand nuclear weapons while the chinese have only a couple hundred! you are completely outgunned on the nuclear front. your home is surrounded! surrender now, or america will shoot!

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  201. @bombthe3gorgesdam

    I think you are a parody, but only a Yankee psychopath would talk as you do. Still, you seem fraudulent. But whether true or false, you neatly illustrate the genocidal ambitions of the Western elites to exterminate as many Chinese as possible. It’s ‘The American Way’.

  202. Che Guava says:
    @Commentator Mike

    I am aware of all you say.

    Just three points.

    When I say ‘Malay sphere’ or similar, I mean it as an ethnic generic, the central and western part of the Javanese empire of today, the Malayan peninsula, Brunei, Philippines, formerly also Guam and other notherly islands. Madagascar.

    I read some years ago of a Malaysian govt. initiative for stromger ethnic-based connections with Madascagar.

    Real meaning with today’s west Malaysian polities is of course to Islamize them. A great shame if it is still going or succeeds.

    Also, as for Islam, many of the syncretic Hindu cultural elements, especially wayang kulit shadow plays, women’s dances in what Islam would deem immodest clothing, shrines etc. It is a great shame, and upper-class Malays in Java and some west Malaysian states don’t seem to like the process.
     
    I am lucky as child to have seen both wayang kulit and Indian-style trad. dances in forests near small villages, magical.

    Finally, the only really old Chinese community is that of Malacca, from fifteenth century, I don’t know if before or after the Portuguese, but at least since, they are interesting, I forget the Malay word.

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  203. @Che Guava

    Thanks. ‘Baba dan nyonya’ perhaps for those orang Cina. The Muslim Malays also try to suppress much of the pre-Islamic/Hindu history of the region and try to push Islam on the Orang Asli, Iban, Kadazan, etc. natives.

    • Replies: @antibeast
    , @Che Guava
  204. antibeast says:
    @Commentator Mike

    ‘Baba dan nyonya’ perhaps for those orang Cina. The Muslim Malays also try to suppress much of the pre-Islamic/Hindu history of the region and try to push Islam on the Orang Asli, Iban, Kadazan, etc. natives.

    The Muslim Malays are also hostile to Buddhism even though the earliest but long-forgotten Empire of Srivijaya ruled much of the Southeast Asian archipelago for six centuries, from 650 to 1275. Ironically enough, Chinese immigrants are most responsible for the revival of Buddhism in Malaysia and Indonesia over the last two to three centuries, after the arrival of the Europeans.

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  205. 迪路 says:
    @bombthe3gorgesdam

    By your logic, I’m in favor of dividing America into black, white and Mexican states. And in terms of faith, it should be divided into Jewish countries, Muslim countries and Christian countries.

  206. @antibeast

    Yes. Also I wouldn’t be surprised if some of these port cities, say Cebu, weren’t bigger and more active than London in the Middle Ages. Construction in that region was mostly of wood which is biodegradable so that only few stone structures, like the temple cities of Yogya, etc. survive to this day.

    • Replies: @antibeast
  207. antibeast says:
    @Commentator Mike

    That’s the theory as to why the Philippines didn’t have any stone remains of Buddhist stupas or Hindu temples. But there’s another explanation: the Spanish colonizers simply destroyed whatever the Philippines had which hardly left any material artifacts attesting to the rule of the Buddhist Srivijaya or Hindu Majapahit Empires.

    • Thanks: Commentator Mike
  208. Anymike says:
    @meamjojo

    I was more thinking of that one nuclear bomb ruining your day. Or maybe mine. You can’t even poke a sewer rat if it’s holding a nuclear bomb. That’s the world we have. Not the world we want. The world we have.

    • Replies: @meamjojo
  209. @Che Guava

    The artifacts are there. Go there and tell them to their face that it is fake. Go bring your own team of geologists and anthropologists and chemist and tell them they are wrong… Then get back to us.

    https://www.toronto.com/news/shipwreck-treasure-exhibit-at-aga-khan-museum/article_c5b73ecb-9831-57f3-b61d-e650f323e6a0.html

  210. Che Guava says:
    @Commentator Mike

    Mike,

    ‘Try to push’ is true of Sabah and Sarawak, but on the peninsula, they were all deemed to be Muslim by decree many years ago, before I, and likely you, were born.

    BTW, if you have not read them, the Malayan Trilogy by Anthony Burgess is one of his best works.

    Three volumes, even though much earlier, much is relevant to what you say, it is very close in parts to later reality, too.

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  211. @elmerfudzie

    Nonsense… The government on the island (under direction of the US) prevents TSMC and UMC from putting their most advanced fabs on the mainland. But a lot of the talent leaves for the mainland. Those US plants you are talking about are NOT the desire of TSMC. They already said it won’t be as profitable if it is not subsidized and that they do not have the levels of talent in the US. it was forced upon them by the government.

    • Replies: @elmerfudzie
  212. @Che Guava

    Yes I’ve read the trilogy twice a while back – brilliant. I also read his Devil of a State about Brunei.

    • Replies: @Che Guava
  213. Everyone is so slow to the table….. cause China is Globalist, controlled by Globalist forces, willing to kill their own Chinese people, just like the US government is willing to kill US citizens.

    THEY always make sure all sides are armed for upcoming wars, so of course China is a military power now.

    Remember Pikes Plan for 3 World Wars – ATHEISM and Christianity are to be destroyed, they want us worldwide to fight each other. All the countries in a war, like WW1 and WW2 are financed and armed by the International Money Interests.

    Why is this so hard for people to digest?

    https://www.janes.com/defence-news/news-detail/china-now-has-worlds-largest-navy-as-beijing-advances-towards-goal-of-a-world-class-military-by-2049-says-us-dod

    https://www.globalfirepower.com/navy-ships.php

    https://www.globalfirepower.com/navy-submarines.php

    The rice is cooked. Is it too late to change?

    The US, China, all countries in the world, our goose is cooked?

    同病相怜。 (tóngbìng-xiānglián) – “Those with the same illness commiserate with each other.”
    The meaning is that the sufferers of the same pain sympathize with each other. The English equivalent of this saying is: “Misery loves company.”

    “chī le ma?”

  214. meamjojo says:
    @Anymike

    “I was more thinking of that one nuclear bomb ruining your day. Or maybe mine. You can’t even poke a sewer rat if it’s holding a nuclear bomb. That’s the world we have. Not the world we want. The world we have.”

    If that is true then anyone with nuclear weapon capability has a free pass to do anything they want from invading other countries to shooting down passenger planes. We can’t have a world like that, so we MUST not be intimidated by countries with nukes.
    ——–
    25 May 2022

    Putin humiliated as more than half of Russian nuclear missiles ‘do not work’
    Vladimir Putin has been humiliated after the US suggested over half of Russia’s nuclear missiles “do not work”.

    Russia recently revealed its Starmat-2 missiles, with head of Roscosmos Dmitry Rogozin claiming they were capable of destroying “half a continent”. But three US officials claim the Russian missiles are failing. Russia has reportedly launched more than 1,100 missiles between late February and the end of March, but the officials told Reuters they are seeing a failure rate as high as 60 percent.

    https://www.express.co.uk/news/world/1615537/ukraine-live-vladimir-putin-russia-nuclear-missiles-volodymyr-zelensky-NATO-latest-update

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  215. Che Guava says:
    @Commentator Mike

    I have not read his Brunei one, apt title, though, it would seem.

    Although my childhood years in the region were much later, much of what Burgess describes was still present.

    I have read the whole at least twice, as Wilde is said to have said, something like a book isn’t worth reading if you don’t want to read it again.

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  216. @Che Guava

    I’ve also read Little Wilson and Big God his autobiography up to his return from Brunei and Malaya. Some of the anecdotes in his novels are from real life, and people who recognised themselves tried to sue him for depicting them in an unfavourable light.

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  217. anon[253] • Disclaimer says:
    @omegabooks

    “funny how they block neo-Nazi websites in the US but then give neo-Nazis in Ukraine millions o”

    They give millions to ISIS but entraps vagabonds poor illiterate low income religious or confused guys for chattering like ISIS operatives and jails them.
    Jury buys .
    Racism helps jury reach the unreachable.

    BTW:

    Sometimes racsim helps jury not reach the reachable,ie – MI kidnap case .

  218. Anymike says:
    @meamjojo

    Are you not very bright or just dumb? Even if nuclear ordnance has a significant failure rate the ones that get to the target and detonate still are nuclear weapons. Here’s what will happen. Even if a first salvo is relatively ineffective, meaning that some fail of their own accord and some are intercepted, some will still make it to their targets and detonate. Inevitably, this will degrade the defenses and a second salvo will be more effective. A third salvo will be yet more effective.

    The aim in nuclear war is not the destroy population and productive capacity. What is the point of destroying population and productive capacity in a war that might last only three days anyway? The aim, rather is to disrupt the command and control, communications and airlift capacities of an enemy so that an objective somewhere else can be achieved, not outright defeating the enemy in the traditional sense and occupying the enemy country. This was evident during the Cold War, when the only real Soviet objective was to have the capability of overrunning West Germany. The Soviets calculated that if they did this, the other Western European countries would have to adopt pro-Soviet foreign and domestic policies and in effect become more remote Soviet satellites and the political situation in the Third World would turn far more in their favor also. The Soviets I am sure never envisioned occupying North America. They couldn’t have afforded to occupy even Western Europe. However, in the UK, France and Italy, the political elements able to form leftist governments already existed. When the UK, France and Italy went along, all of the small countries would have to go along too.

    If a nuclear war is started now, the aim will be to temporarily neutralize the United States so that objectives elsewhere could be achieved.

    That’s the actuality of big power nuclear war. Small power nuclear war is another issue. Small powers might be more reckless because they have less to lose and only avenging historic grievances as a possible war aim. Aggrieved small countries are trouble when the big ones give them power over war and peace. Within the last century and change – Serbia, Poland, now Ukraine and maybe Poland again. Don’t bite.

  219. peterAUS says:

    ….The aim in nuclear war is not the destroy population and productive capacity…..

    Versus:
    https://nationalinterest.org/blog/buzz/deadly-reason-why-nuclear-missile-submarines-are-called-boomers-126692

    …fourteen Ohio-class ballistic-missile submarines….

    …Each of the 170-meter-long vessels can carry twenty-four Trident II submarine-launched ballistic missiles….

    ….splits into up to eight independent reentry vehicles, each with a 100- or 475-kiloton nuclear warhead….

    …up to 192 nuclear warheads to wipe twenty-four cities off the map….

    My bold.

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  220. Anymike says:
    @peterAUS

    You still don’t quite understand it. Destruction of cities falls into the realm of deterrence. The purpose of deterrence is to deter a nuclear power from launching a lesser nuclear strike for the purpose of paralyzing command and control so that some other objective can be achieved.

    The position of the United States and the West all along has been a defensive one. The United States and the West have never had any military objectives which required that enemy command and control be paralyzed. The Soviet Union, then later Russia and China do have these objectives.

    In the case of the Soviet Union, the objective was very clear – take West Germany and have Soviet-friendly governments installed in the other Western European countries. The possible objectives of Russia and China might be more murky and not on the table at the moment, but they still exist.

    What objectives does America have today which would require a limited nuclear strike in order to be achieved? The things that do, we don’t want to do.

  221. peterAUS says:

    ….The position of the United States and the West all along has been a defensive one. The United States and the West have never had any military objectives which required that enemy command and control be paralyzed…..

    Let’ agree that we have different perceptions of reality, and move on.

  222. @showmethereal

    Showmethereal from elmerfudzie: Please re read my comments made here. The initial venture was intended not for profitability but rather a US strategic, economic and defense maneuver that preserves high end technology here. In the event of a major regional or world war, chip production imported from Taiwan will become an impossibility. There may be a backroom deal in the works to compensate TSMC some other, yet to be announced way…we’ll have to just wait on that one.

  223. Che Guava says:
    @Commentator Mike

    That is amusing, I am
    yet to read that.

    I would guess that you have also read Earthly Powers, it is great but alienating in many ways.

    Having read many of Maugham’s stories, which have dubious ethics, and also attracted legal action at times, they are great stories, the Malayan parts of Earthly Powers and the Malayan Trilogy as a whole are intended in part fondly to skewer Maugham.

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  224. @Che Guava

    No, I haven’t read Earthly Powers. I read some short stories by Maugham a long time ago but can’t remember much. The only other book by Burgess that I read was A Clockwork Orange.

    Other books set in Southeast Asia, Singopore actually, that I enjoyed were Saint Jack by Paul Theroux and King Rat by James Clavell.

  225. @American Bulwark

    I think it’s worth going to war with China to separate not one but several parts … Tibet, East Turkmenistan, Inner Mongolia and Manchuria

    Someone said “The Turkic conqueror Timur Leng” did think about doing exactly that:

    https://www.unz.com/ghood/endorsing-a-call-for-the-new-american-flag/#comment-4737859

    But he chose to die before he started his project!! ;-D

    While something else happened elsewhere.

    South Africa today, North America tomorrow.

    https://www.unz.com/ghood/endorsing-a-call-for-the-new-american-flag/#comment-4737859

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