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hashtagpls

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Yeah, sadly this is going to be the moment that China is going to make Australia and its government suffer like never before. A time will come when these whites are going to be the ones that will be discriminated against and will end up paying for everything they have done and the sad part is that Australia honestly thinks that the west is unstoppable but as time will show soon, this isn't going to be the case. The Great White Hope is going to die a painful death and China and Russia are going to be the ones that will kill it

The US admits how racist it is that it has to make it a race with Chinese in order to motivate Americans to support it. I'm reading all these articles with headlines that in effect say the US is about to take action against China and all it turns out to be is how they're going to put money into infrastructure and strategic and rare earths production and has nothing to do with China except they need an object of hatred in order to act.

Just look at cell phone coverage in the US. I'm not talking 5G which means it's probably worse but in China supposedly you can get cell phone coverage out in the middle of a wilderness. In the US getting a cell phone signal can be spotty in rural wooded areas. Why, because the cell phone company that puts up the towers don't want to spend the money in areas of low traffic. You know that's what's going to happen with 5G coverage and beyond. So it doesn't matter if they put it in the context of a race with a race. It will always cost more for the US to do it. They will never beat China in manufacturing. Without racism, there would be gridlock because the partisan bickering will be over how flyover states will be fighting for more money than everyone else from the infrastructure pie.
There's a reason why the Anglosphere is so obsessed with WW2; not only is their Founding Myth based on ww2 but also because they sympathise with Nazi aspirations of racial supremacy and race consciousness. The unspoken message with the Washington Consensus was that of white anglo supremacy and white american chauvinism, now that China's Ascension and China's success with COVID has proven the lie of the Washington Consensus, the Five Eyes are having to make it an actual Race War in the hopes of invoking the sexual and racial insecurities of Europeans and non Chinese Asians and caucasoid races.
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So when will the US recognize the native american genocide? As far as genocides go, I still see lots of Aremenians these days in Canada. In fact, much more than aboriginals in Canada or the US. Does anybody know where the aboriginals the US and Canada are these days? I assume they must have voluntarily moved to make space for the white man.
Erdog has always been a smarmy backstabbing rat; in fact, this is how the US likes its dictators- cutting off all relations with other foreign nations so that they have to depend on the good graces of the US
 

AssassinsMace

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Brahma Chellaney is a geostrategist and author of nine books, including "Asian Juggernaut: The Rise of China, India and Japan."

Despite being the world's most powerful democracy, the U.S. still shares some key traits with its main competitor, China, the world's largest and longest surviving autocracy.

"Both have extreme superiority complexes. Each sees itself as without peers," noted Harvard professor Graham Allison, with each country hewing to a defiant unilateralism that sees both intrude into the waters of other states.


Take America's so-called freedom of navigation operations, known as FONOPs. Such operations are best known in the South China Sea, where an expansionist China has redrawn the geopolitical map without firing a shot or incurring any international costs. U.S. FONOPs against partner countries, however, have drawn little attention.

At a time when China's actions against the Philippines highlight its muscular revisionism in the South China Sea, the U.S. recently triggered a diplomatic incident with friendly India by conducting a FONOP in India's exclusive economic zone. Under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), any country's EEZ extends to 200 nautical miles (370 km).

Ordinarily, an American guided-missile destroyer transiting India's EEZ under Indian naval watch would not have generated headlines, let alone triggered an Indian objection. But in this case, it was accompanied by a provocative U.S. statement on Apr. 7 challenging India's "excessive maritime claims."

While noting that New Delhi required prior consent for military exercises or maneuvers within its EEZ, the statement swaggeringly said that the operation was staged "without requesting India's prior consent." The action, with its blunt assertion of unilateralism, sparked outrage in India, with New Delhi lodging a diplomatic protest.


India, unlike China, has not sought to push its borders far out into international waters, or build artificial islands, or militarize the seas around it, or restrict freedom of navigation. Rather, India's "excessive maritime claims," as alleged by Washington, center on long-standing differences between Western maritime powers and many coastal countries over foreign military activities in their respective EEZs.

The U.S. claimed its action in India's EEZ was "consistent with international law." Its general reference to international law, rather than to the specific law of the sea, was deliberate -- to help obscure the fact that it has not acceded to UNCLOS, the global "constitution for the oceans" that entered into force almost 27 years ago. The irony is that the U.S. seeks to assert a claimed right under an international treaty that it has refused to ratify.

In fact, the FONOP against India is just the latest in a series of such U.S. actions targeting friends and foes. For example, in the 11-month period up to September 2020, the U.S. said its unilateral naval actions challenged the "excessive maritime claims" of 19 claimant states.

Even more revealing is the fact that almost all of Asia's littoral countries have been favorite targets of such FONOPs. They include U.S. treaty allies such as Japan and the Philippines, regional rivals South and North Korea, India and Pakistan, the tiny Maldives, as well as Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia and Taiwan, among others. Washington accuses all of them of maintaining "excessive maritime claims" of various types.

The use of naval prowess to assert American maritime claims against a wide array of countries shows that, although the U.S. is no longer the world's only superpower, old habits persist. The jarring paradox is that while UNCLOS has 168 state parties, the outlier U.S. has arrogated to itself the right to oversee and enforce its provisions by unilaterally interpreting them. Who said American exceptionalism is dead?

The South China Sea illustrates the dubious efficacy of U.S. FONOPs as a policy tool. America's growing reliance on FONOPs has had zero impact on China's continued expansion in what is the main strategic corridor between the Indian and Pacific oceans, through which one-third of global maritime trade passes.

Philippine Coast Guard sails near Chinese vessels at Whitsun Reef on Apr. 14: the South China Sea illustrates the dubious efficacy of U.S. FONOPs as a policy tool. © Philippine Coast Guard/Reuters
America's ever-expanding FONOPs, while failing to deter Chinese expansionism, nevertheless risk alienating its allies and partners. India holds the key to the future of the maritime-oriented Quad because the grouping's other members, the U.S., Japan and Australia, are already tied by bilateral and trilateral security alliances among themselves. What prompted the U.S. Navy to rake up an old issue and slight India with a public statement?

UNCLOS is ambiguous when it comes to foreign military activities in EEZs, and many countries that were colonized by European naval powers have never accepted the legitimacy of such activities. To add to their misgivings, the U.S. has conducted FONOPs against them but not against the "excessive" claims of predominantly white nations like Canada and Australia.

It is past time for the U.S. to debate the utility of military FONOPs against littoral states in Asia and elsewhere. Far from compelling them to toe the U.S. line, such use of unilateral military operations only reinforces their security concerns.

Instead of flexing its naval muscles in ways that draw unflattering, even if inaccurate, comparisons with China's growing maritime forays, the U.S. would do well to employ diplomacy and a compromise-centered approach to bridge differences with its friends so as to advance a rules-based maritime order that helps check Chinese expansionism.

Someone in here, I think it was Vincent, told me to go to Google's Chrome inognito mode and put the link in there. Sometimes it works. Sometimes not.
 

4Runner

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The US admits how racist it is that it has to make it a race with Chinese in order to motivate Americans to support it. I'm reading all these articles with headlines that in effect say the US is about to take action against China and all it turns out to be is how they're going to put money into infrastructure and strategic and rare earths production and has nothing to do with China except they need an object of hatred in order to act.

Just look at cell phone coverage in the US. I'm not talking 5G which means it's probably worse but in China supposedly you can get cell phone coverage out in the middle of a wilderness. In the US getting a cell phone signal can be spotty in rural wooded areas. Why, because the cell phone company that puts up the towers don't want to spend the money in areas of low traffic. You know that's what's going to happen with 5G coverage and beyond. So it doesn't matter if they put it in the context of a race with a race. It will always cost more for the US to do it. They will never beat China in manufacturing. Without racism, there would be gridlock because the partisan bickering will be over how flyover states will be fighting for more money than everyone else from the infrastructure pie.
Good points. The more I read/listen, the more I am convinced that China is the only real thing that can be used effectively in coercing the American public to get along with the Biden admin. Otherwise, the American public will just be a pan of sands. Only a clear and present danger might galvanize the public to get things done. They know it has nothing to do with China. But China is the most useful thing for their purposes.
 

emblem21

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Good points. The more I read/listen, the more I am convinced that China is the only real thing that can be used effectively in coercing the American public to get along with the Biden admin. Otherwise, the American public will just be a pan of sands. Only a clear and present danger might galvanize the public to get things done. They know it has nothing to do with China. But China is the most useful thing for their purposes.
True but the problem is, is that this cannot work forever, not when the very foundations of the USA are currently crumbling before our eyes
 

Equation

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Which is f..ng annoying as f..ck. I didn't realize that being a product of Democracy one becomes blind, mute, deaf, and worst develop mental degradation as not to be aware of the various defects most Democratic countries are going through right now. So rather than facing these existential issues, they would rather look into "illiberal" countries like China and nitpick every issue and challenges it faces and declare a ha!! As you can see the CPC or See See Pee is quite impudent, incompetent, scary, genocidal and all the other adjectives one can think of against the government while ignoring the rate of successes the country has gone through from the inception and establishment of the PRC to the present moment.

Gun issues, health care, structural racism, rape, abortion, religion in politics, violence etc. are all topics that has been talked about, debated to death in the west and most especially in the U.S. What has all those dumb debates brought and wrought to the country? Nothing, zilch..these are the issues that will never be solved because their so called virtuous politicians are not at all interested in solving those problems. The issues are what's being used for fundraising to fund their elections and for those bozos to be elected in perpetuity. And rather than facing their problems the same bozos will just conveniently find an external foe or issues that are complex like trade, modern economy, globalization etc. and distill them into one simple answer: It's China’s fault. And to think that at one point I elevated those mo..ns as the pinnacle of government leadership with all their fancy law degrees from their fancy universities? No wonder there are more and more ordinary Americans without higher education are beginning to these people out because their supposed leaders have produced nothing but shit. And China is supposed to copy that system? Even one of the infamous quote that's widely attributed to Winston "madman" Churchill about the superiority of Democracy can hardly be classified as a ringing endorsement when he said: "No one pretends that Democracy is perfect or all-wise. Indeed it has been said that Democracy is the WORST form of government except all those other forms that have been tried from time to time." But he made this comment absent the context of the P.R.C. at it's current form and development, a system that's willing to adapt, change with the times while sticking to it's core founding principles of ONE China and never f..ng again.
That's what "democracy" gets when you have lawyers as leaders instead of engineers and scientist.
 

hashtagpls

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Good points. The more I read/listen, the more I am convinced that China is the only real thing that can be used effectively in coercing the American public to get along with the Biden admin. Otherwise, the American public will just be a pan of sands. Only a clear and present danger might galvanize the public to get things done. They know it has nothing to do with China. But China is the most useful thing for their purposes.

True but the problem is, is that this cannot work forever, not when the very foundations of the USA are currently crumbling before our eyes
A race war is a failing strategy because the USG will no longer be able to make deals or agreements, what the Russians call "agreement capable" since the fallout of bad optics of looking soft on China would hurt them back home.
And Chinese investment in Treasuries is needed to keep the USG liquid, to say nothing of Chinese investment to keep the economy running.
Australia is what the US is going to look like in the next 6 months if not sooner; already australian state TV is mooting the idea of raising interest rates given the shit trade relationship with China.

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However, the USG court eunuchs will not abandon their race war strategy because
1) more $$$ for mil-industrial complex.
2) more $$$ for their own professions of writing BS.
3) sexual insecurity over being bested by an Asian nation, given the past decades of an anglo society long convinced of its superiority over Asians.

You can actually see the Chinese deciding that the US is not agreement capable with the fact that Xi had a climate change meeting with Merkel and Macron prior to meeting Biden.
 

ansy1968

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Someone in here, I think it was Vincent, told me to go to Google's Chrome inognito mode and put the link in there. Sometimes it works. Sometimes not.
@AssassinsMace bro since the author is an Indian you can sense the saltiness,

Its okay for the US to do FON in the SCS cause China is a bully.

Take America's so-called freedom of navigation operations, known as FONOPs. Such operations are best known in the South China Sea, where an expansionist China has redrawn the geopolitical map without firing a shot or incurring any international costs. U.S. FONOPs against partner countries, however, have drawn little attention.

At a time when China's actions against the Philippines highlight its muscular revisionism in the South China Sea, the U.S. recently triggered a diplomatic incident with friendly India by conducting a FONOP in India's exclusive economic zone. Under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), any country's EEZ extends to 200 nautical miles (370 km).

But its not okay in the Indian Ocean cause India is benign.

India, unlike China, has not sought to push its borders far out into international waters, or build artificial islands, or militarize the seas around it, or restrict freedom of navigation. Rather, India's "excessive maritime claims," as alleged by Washington, center on long-standing differences between Western maritime powers and many coastal countries over foreign military activities in their respective EEZs.

The U.S. claimed its action in India's EEZ was "consistent with international law." Its general reference to international law, rather than to the specific law of the sea, was deliberate -- to help obscure the fact that it has not acceded to UNCLOS, the global "constitution for the oceans" that entered into force almost 27 years ago. The irony is that the U.S. seeks to assert a claimed right under an international treaty that it has refused to ratify.

In fact, the FONOP against India is just the latest in a series of such U.S. actions targeting friends and foes. For example, in the 11-month period up to September 2020, the U.S. said its unilateral naval actions challenged the "excessive maritime claims" of 19 claimant states.

India should know that what is good for the gander is good for the goose.
 

j17wang

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China should start bombing nations that support terrorism. If supported by India, US already set a good example, just send India back to the Stone age... Or is that an upgrade?

Lets not give legitimacy to entities like the US. Nazi Germany was not a nation in the civilized sense, and the US is less so. There is a reason we use the term "first nations" to describe the correct nations of north america. If it is found out the US terrorist organization was in fact behind the attacks, then severe consequences should be metted out is the customary treatment to collectively punish those that support terrorism.
 

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