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1999年,时任人民解放军高级空军上校的乔亮和另一位高级空军上校王向穗,对 无限制战争:中国摧毁美国的总体计划.

无限制战争 本质上是解放军关于非对称战争的手册:《孙子兵法》的更新。 在最初出版时,由于中国距离目前的地缘政治和地缘经济影响力还有很长的路要走,因此该书被认为是一种防御性的方法,与耸人听闻的“毁灭性美国”相形见to。 2004年。

现在,该书已发行新版,乔Liang作为退休总书记兼国家安全研究委员会主任,在最初发表于本期《香港》杂志上的一次颇有启发性的采访中再次浮出水面。 紫晶 (紫荆花)。

乔将军不是有权决定官方政策的政治局委员。 但是我与之交谈的一些分析家都同意,他以个人身份提出的要点很能说明解放军的思想。 让我们回顾一些亮点。

与狼共舞

他的论点大部分集中在美国制造业的缺点上:“如今,当美国自身的工业被淘汰时,美国如何与世界上最大的制造业强国展开战争?”

以Covid-19为例,就是生产呼吸机的能力:“在呼吸机所需的1,400多种零件中,包括最终组装在内,中国必须生产1,100多种。 今天就是美国的问题。 他们拥有最先进的技术,但没有方法和生产能力。 因此,他们必须依靠中国生产。”

乔将军否认越南,菲律宾,孟加拉国,印度和其他亚洲国家可能取代中国廉价劳动力的可能性:“请考虑这些国家中哪个国家的技术工人比中国更多。 在过去的30年中,中国生产了多少中高级人力资源? 哪个国家的中学和大学教育学生超过100亿? 所有这些人的精力还远远没有为中国的经济发展而解放。”

他承认,即使在流行病和经济困难时期,美国的军事力量始终能够“直接或间接干预台湾海峡问题”,并找到借口“封锁和制裁中国,并将其排除在西方之外”。 他补充说:“作为一个生产国,我们仍然无法用我们自己的资源满足我们的制造业,而不能依靠我们自己的市场消费我们的产品。”

他认为,结果是,中国参与统一事业是“一件好事”,“但是,如果在错误的时间做错了,总是一件坏事。 我们只能在适当的时候采取行动。 我们不能让我们这一代人犯下中断中华民族复兴进程的罪过。”

乔将军建议:“不要认为只有领土主权与一个国家的根本利益有关。 其他主权,包括经济,金融,国防,食品,资源,生物和文化主权,都与国家的利益和生存息息相关,是国家主权的组成部分。”

为了阻止台湾走向独立,“除了战争,还必须考虑其他选择。 我们可以考虑在战争与和平之间的巨大灰色地带采取行动的手段,甚至可以考虑更特殊的手段,例如发动不会导致战争但可能涉及适度使用武力的军事行动。”

乔将军用图形表示,认为:“如果我们必须与狼共舞,我们就不应该按照美国的节奏跳舞。 我们应该有自己的节奏,甚至尝试打破自己的节奏,以最大程度地减少其影响。 如果美国的力量挥舞着自己的棍子,那是因为它陷入了陷阱。”

简而言之,对于乔将军来说,“中国首先必须证明解决台湾问题的战略决心,然后是战略耐心。 当然,前提是我们应该发展和保持战略力量,随时解决武力解决台湾问题。”

手套掉了

现在将乔将军的分析与目前明显的地缘政治和地缘经济事实进行比较,即北京将对美国政府部署的任何混合战争战术做出针锋相对的反应。 手套肯定没用。

黄金标准的表达无休止地被《环球时报》禁止 社论他说:“我们必须清楚,应对美国的镇压将是中国国家战略的重点。 我们应该加强与大多数国家的合作。 预计美国将遏制中国的国际前线,我们必须消除这一美国阴谋,并使中美竞争成为美国自我孤立的过程。”

必然的必然结果是 全力进攻削弱华为打孔 以苹果,高通,思科和波音为目标的实物,甚至包括“对其在中国开展业务的权利进行调查或中止”。

因此,出于所有实际目的,北京现在已经公开宣布了其战略,以抵消美国总统唐纳德·特朗普的“我们可以切断整个关系”的主张。

有毒的种族主义-集会-反共主义矩阵是全美主要的反华情绪的来源,至少占总人口的66%。 特朗普本能地抓住了这一机会,并将其重新包装为他的连任竞选主题,得到了史蒂夫·班农(Steve Bannon)的完全认可。

战略目标是在所有领域都追随中国。 战术目标是在整个西方建立反华战线:以经济战争为重心的另一种情况是混合战争。

这将意味着采取协同行动,试图实施禁运,并试图向中国公司封锁区域市场。 票价将成为常态。 甚至冻结中国在美国的资产也不再是一个遥不可及的主张。

丝绸之路的所有可能分支机构-在能源方面,港口,卫生丝绸之路,数字互连方面-都将成为战略目标。 那些梦想Covid-19可以成为新的雅尔塔(特朗普,习近平和普京联合)的理想借口的人可能会安息。

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“遏制”将进入超速运转。 一个很好的例子是印度太平洋司令部司令菲利普·戴维森海军上将要求 20 亿美元购买 “强大的警戒线” 从加利福尼亚州到日本再到环太平洋地区,以及沿环太平洋地区的“高度可生存的精确打击网络”和“前向旋转联合部队”,以抵消“我们从大国竞争中面临的新威胁”。

戴维森认为,“如果没有有效而令人信服的常规威慑力量,中国和俄罗斯将有胆量采取行动,在该地区采取行动,以取代美国的利益。”

观看人大

从全球南方的大片土地来看,当前极度危险的白炽灯或新冷战通常被解释为西方联盟在整个星球上霸权的逐渐结束。

尽管如此,霸权仍然直率地要求许多国家将自己再次置于“与我们同在或对我们不利”的全球反恐战争中。

在本周五开始的全国人民代表大会年度会议上,我们将看到中国将如何应对其最优先的任务:在大流行之后在国内进行重组。

北京将被迫放弃其经济增长目标,这是35年以来的第一次。 这也意味着到2020年将GDP和人均收入比2010年翻一番的目标也将被推迟。

我们应该期望的是,在争取成为全球领导者的斗争中,绝对强调国内支出和社会稳定,即使这并未被完全忽略。

毕竟,习近平主席本周早些时候明确表示,“在中国开发和部署Covid-19疫苗”(如果有的话)不会受到Big Pharma的约束,而是“将成为全球公共利益。 这将是中国对确保发展中国家疫苗可及性和可负担性的贡献。” 全球南方正在关注。

对内,北京将加大对创新创业、敢于冒险的国有企业的支持力度。 中国总是无视西方“专家”的预测。 例如,3.5 月份出口增长 15.7%,而专家预测下降 45.3%。 贸易顺差为 6.3 亿美元,而专家预测仅为 XNUMX 亿美元。

北京似乎清楚地确定了西方,尤其是美国之间的差距正在扩大,而事实上美国正步入事实上的新大萧条地区,而中国即将重燃经济增长。 全球经济实力的重心正无情地向亚洲发展。

混合战争? 来吧。

(从重新发布 亚洲时报 经作者或代表的许可)
 
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  1. Washington wants to prevent Russia and China supplanting US interests. Moscow and Beijing pursue what they see as their own legitimate interests. What we face is not a “hybrid” war or “New Cold War” but a world war.
    https://www.ghostsofhistory.wordpress.com/

    • 同意: Realist, bluedog
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  2. @peter mcloughlin

    What we face is not a “hybrid” war or “New Cold War” but a world war.

    Honestly, I don’t see it. My reasoning is simple, maybe too simple. The Chinese will not start a shooting war and the US has no guts for one. Its industry has been hollowed out not just by outsourcing but by corruption as well. The campaign of demonization against China is very obvious, how far it is working I have no way of telling. Among the 5-eyes probably quite well, in the rest of the World rather less well, I would imagine. Notably, the British economy has been hollowed out in exactly the same manner as the US’s. Canada’s, Australia’s, NewZealand’s? Could they, would they support a war?
    The other reason I think a shooting war is less likely than might appear, is that the the MIC is doing so well with the current cold war; that it would seem stupid to allow the massive disruption and uncertainty that a shooting war would cause to interrupt the torrent of cash being shoveled its way at the moment.

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  3. d dan 说:

    “Hard landing” vs “Well and alive”. Who wins?

    source: comment #313 by Godfree Roberts
    https://www.unz.com/article/objections-to-an-independent-investigation-of-china/

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    1990年。中国经济停滞不前。 经济学家
    1996年。中国经济将面临硬着陆。 经济学家
    1998年。中国经济增长缓慢的危险时期。 经济学家
    1999。中国经济硬着陆的可能性。 加拿大银行
    2000年。中国的货币举动使硬着陆风险棺材陷入困境。 芝加哥论坛报
    2001。在中国的硬着陆。 威尔班克斯,史密斯和托马斯
    2002年。中国寻求经济软着陆。 威彻斯特大学
    2003年。银行危机危及中国。 纽约时报
    2004年。中国的大败亡? 经济学家
    2005。《中国硬着陆的风险》。 努里尔·鲁比尼(Nouriel Roubini)
    2006年。中国能否实现软着陆? 国际经济
    2007年。中国能否避免硬着陆? 时间
    2008.中国的硬着陆? 福布斯
    2009。中国的硬着陆。 中国必须找到一种复苏的方法。 运势
    2010年:硬着陆来到中国。 努里尔·鲁比尼(Nouriel Roubini)
    2011年:中国的硬着陆比您想像的要紧密。 商业内幕
    2012年:《中国经济新闻:硬着陆》。 美国利益
    2013年:中国的硬着陆。 零对冲
    2014。在中国的硬着陆。 CNBC
    2015年。恭喜,您获得了中国的硬着陆。 福布斯
    2016年。中国的硬着陆迫在眉睫。 经济学家
    2017.中国经济会崩溃吗? 国家利益
    2018.中国即将到来的金融危机。 每日清算。
    2019年中国经济放缓:我们应该多担心? 英国广播公司
    2020年。冠状病毒可能结束中国数十年的长期经济增长。 纽约时报

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    source: b
    https://www.moonofalabama.org/2020/05/this-illusion-is-alive-and-well.html#more

    Forbes – May 15 2012 – Meghan Casserly
    The American Dream Is Alive And Well… In New Jersey

    American Express – November 6 2012 – Rieva Lesonsky
    The American Dream is Alive and Well—and Transformed

    The Telegraph – August 4 2014 – Jeremy Warner
    The American Dream is alive and well, if you are trained for the jobs of the future

    Forbes – September 30 2015 – John Tamny – FreedomWorks
    Ignore The Left And Right, The American Dream Is Alive And Well

    FOX Business – August 22 2016 – Steve Tobak
    美国梦依然存在

    Forbes India – November 1 2016 – Monte Burke
    The American dream is alive and well…

    Washington Times – June 19 2017 – Ed Feulner – Heritage Foundation
    The American Dream, alive and well

    KEDM – July 4 2018 – Byron Moore, Argent Advisors, Inc.
    The American Dream is Alive and Well

    New York Times – February 2 2019 – Samuel J. Abrams – American Enterprise Institute
    美国梦依然存在

    Daily Caller – February 6 2019 – Steve Sanetti – NSSF Firearm Industry Trade Association
    The American Dream Is Alive And Well

    FOX Business – September 30 2019 – Julia Limitone
    Eric Trump: The American Dream is alive and well

    Mail Online – October 2019 – Lauren Fruen
    The American Dream is still alive! Children of poor immigrants still beat US-born kids up the ladder – just as they did 100 years ago – but now Chinese and Indian migrants have replaced Italian and Irish as the most successful

    CNBC – November 14 2019
    Billionaire Bob Parsons: The American Dream is alive and well

    FOX News – November 26 2019 – Carol Ross
    Carol Roth: The American Dream is alive and well — Let’s be thankful for it

    Clarion Ledger – December 10 2019 – Lynn Evans
    The American Dream is alive and well, but redefined

    Wall Street Journal – January 31, 2020 – Michael R. Strain, American Enterprise Institute
    美国梦依然存在

    Newsweek – February 27 2020 – Lee Habeeb
    The American Dream Is Alive and Well. Just Ask District Taco’s Osiris Hoil

    The Independent Voice – May 7 2020 – Barbara Ball
    The American Dream is alive and well

    eKenyan – May 8 2020
    Opinion | The American Dream Is Alive and Well

    New York Times – May 18 2020 – Michael R. Strain – American Enterprise Institute
    美国梦依然存在

    • 谢谢: Ann Nonny Mouse, Usura
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  4. Chinese strategists like Liu He publicly acknowledge that epidemics can catalyze geopolitical changes.

    Right now, China is leading the vaccine race and has developed an antibody treatment for Covid-19 that should be ready this year.

    If development is successful if it donates the cure to the world as Xi promised if WHO’s investigation shows China is not the source of the virus, if China’s economy is firing on all cylinders in November, it’s game over: 3-0 China.

    I put the odds of that conjunction at 2:1.

  5. FB 说: • 您的网站
    @d dan

    哈哈哈...

    You gotta love these headline fails…I mean how is it even possible to be so spectacularly WRONG about everything…time after time after time…?

    Folks if you want to know why the US is screwed, it’s because the same kind of geniuses that write these headlines are in charge of EVERYTHING…

    One day these people will be studied by psychologists dealing with MASSIVE DELUSION…🍄 🍄 🍄

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  6. anon[161]• 免责声明 说:
    @Godfree Roberts

    Do you have any odds on Trump v. Biden?

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  7. vot tak 说:

    Interesting article by Escobar. If one cares to notice, this anti-China cold war is a neocon based aggression. The primary movers of it are mostly neocons or the sorts who follow the neocon lead. China is one country the zionazi-gays have not been able to dominate. Coupled with China’s economic rise and appeal to developing countries, these zionazi oligarchs are going apeshit trying to bring China down. In addition to other articles referenced in the article, see also this Global Time report:

    Chinese ridicule Trump’s China ‘cut-off’ threat

    https://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1188437.shtml

    “Americans will suffer

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    “Again! Trump is talking nonsense.” Trump seems to be losing his mind right now. Even he has such crazy ideas of cutting ties with China, US politicians, businessmen and Americans would not allow him to do so, Xin Qiang, deputy director of the Center for US Studies at Fudan University, told the Global Times.

    He noted that Trump is bluffing and acting tough toward China to win more support. Fox News, which has been regarded as Trump’s defender and is notorious for a lack of professionalism, is also making eye-catching news to draw attention.

    Jin Canrong, the associate dean of Renmin University of China’s School of International Studies in Beijing, told the Global Times on Thursday that Trump made very irresponsible and emotional remarks in the interview.

    “The China-US relationship is the most important bilateral relationship in the world and involves huge interests of the two countries, as well as the rest of the world. Therefore, it is not something he can cut off emotionally,” Jin said.

    “If the US unilaterally cuts off ties, the American people will pay a heavier price than us, because China’s domestic market is huge and 75-80 percent of Chinese manufacturers are supplying China’s market, and the 2 to 5 percent that supply the US can also be absorbed by the domestic market,” he noted.

    China has nothing to be afraid of as “in the past, we didn’t solve the Taiwan question because we wanted to maintain the China-US relationship, and if the US unilaterally cuts it off, we can just reunify Taiwan immediately since the Chinese mainland has an overwhelming advantage to solve this long-standing problem.”

    “Trump is like a giant baby on the brink of a meltdown as he faces tremendous pressure due to massive failures that caused such a high death toll,” Shen Yi, an expert from Fudan University, told the Global Times. “It’s like someone who wants to show his guts when he passes by a cemetery in midnight. He needs to shout to give himself the courage,” he said.

    Shen also noted that the American companies and industries would suffer the most severe consequences, because the supply chain has been integrated with China.

    “The Chinese public would only take such bluffing as a joke,” Shen said, adding that there has been no US president in the history who has made such a ridiculous statement against China, not even during the Cold War.

    Yuan Zheng, a research fellow at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), said he could not even remember any US leader who took a similar action. “His flip-flop rhetoric is unprecedented, but we need to take a look at whether Trump will take real action,” he said, noting that there is no need to pay attention to claims that are unrealistic and meaningless.

    “For Trump, fantasy is power; bluffing is power, so he might use the future of his country to gamble with China. Although China always believes cooperation is the only right choice for the two countries to solve the problems together, if the US unilaterally and irrationally chooses all-out confrontation, China also needs to be prepared.”

    • 回复: @ChuckOrloski
  8. vot tak 说:

    A huge fleet of 117 tankers is bringing super cheap crude to China

    https://www.rt.com/business/488927-china-buys-super-cheap-oil/

    “At present, a total of 117 very large crude carriers (VLCCs) – each capable of shipping 2 million barrels of oil – are traveling to China for unloading at its ports between the middle of May and the middle of August. If those supertankers transport standard-size crude oil cargoes, it could mean that China expects at least 230 million barrels of oil over the next three months, according to Bloomberg. The fleet en route to China could be the largest number of supertankers traveling to the world’s top oil importer at one time, ever, Bloomberg News’ Firat Kayakiran says.

    Many of the crude oil cargoes are likely to have been bought in April, when prices were lower than the current price and when WTI Crude futures even dipped into negative territory for a day.

    Last month, emerging from the coronavirus lockdown, China’s oil refiners were already buying ultra-cheap spot cargoes from Alaska, Canada, and Brazil, taking advantage of the deep discounts at which many crude grades were being offered to China with non-existent demand elsewhere. ( https://oilprice.com/Energy/Crude-Oil/Chinese-Bargain-Hunters-Are-Stucking-Up-On-Ultra-Cheap-Crude-Oil.html )

    China was also estimated to have doubled the fill rate at its strategic and commercial inventories in Q1 2020, taking advantage of the low oil prices and somewhat supporting the oil market amid crashing demand by diverting more imports to storage, rather than outright slashing crude imports.

    China’s crude oil imports jumped in April to about 9.84 million barrels per day as demand for fuels began to rebound and local refiners started to ramp up crude processing, according to Chinese customs data cited by Reuters.”

    Well, now we know who was taking advantage of those pindo negative oil price sales… ;-D

    The Chinese are at the advantage here, not being neocon/likud bottom rungers. The desperation of zionazia is expressed in choosing the neocon lowlife to run things in the western colonies. Yes, their extremism provides the initiative in getting extreme capitalist policies through and continues the push to the extreme far right in the zionazi-gay colonies. But it is at the cost of intelligent long term strategy. Short term imaginary gain at the cost of real gain. The fast food, face feeding, bum bandit approach. The quick fixers.

    • 同意: Anti_barabas_ite
  9. @Godfree Roberts

    China’s economy won’t be firing on all cylinders by November, but the important parts of it will be. The manufacturers I talk to have weathered the worst of it, and their order books for Q4 are more or less back to what they were in January (or at least healthy enough to prevent soft skill losses). Many are upbeat about the future. (Not all of them will survive, and the ones that die probably should have done so years ago.)

    Compare this to the rest of Asia (Bangladesh, Pakistan, India, Cambodia, Myanmar, and others): they are a mess. Bangladesh put all its eggs in the huge volume low quality basket and will now pay a fatal price. Pakistan was dead before corona, and is now in a manufacturing death spiral. India has the capacity to succeed, but is hamstrung by a caste-based barbarism that has jettisoned all pretense of decency by throwing migrant workers in the informal economy to their deaths. This will not be forgotten and I predict years of trouble. The others only have a manufacturing sector because the Chinese moved their factories there. Vietnam has some chance, and should be a big winner as China moves out of low- to middle-end manufacturing.

    Countries in South America have lost their opportunity. China passed them by years ago. It’s a tragedy, but they really have themselves to blame for it. And Africa, the last frontier, is already dominated by China (15 years ago I’d bump into Chinese businessmen who’d ship a 40-foot container of – ‘insert any product you can think of’ – to some back of beyond place in Africa and refuse to come home until everything was sold). They’ve moved up the ladder since then. Ethiopia, the fastest-growing economy on the continent, is essentially an industrial zone for Chinese manufacturing.

    Australia has become a mine/farm for China. New Zealand and Canada likewise, and a nice place to send your teenagers to get educated and perhaps for retirement.

    The EU, led by Germany, will be back on track soon. The winners here should be the former USSR countries, with low labor costs and strong soft skills. With EU companies wanting to bring the supply chain closer to home, this is their moment. If they screw it up, they will spend another 30 years wondering what went wrong. I hope they won’t, but if you spend any time working with these people you know they often fail at the final hurdle (as though on purpose – the psychology of self-destruction is their Achilles heel).

    It’s China’s game to lose. And quite frankly, at this point, I don’t see how. This has been in the making since the late 70s. Perhaps earlier. I admire them for their intelligence, their work ethic, their organizational capacity, their can-do spirit, and – yes – their creativity (if you think China is Japan in the 60s, you need to spend some serious time with younger Chinese in China).

    The Chinese problem is, of course, its culture of responsibility avoidance. But even with this issue, they are on track for a knockout victory. Most people in the West have no idea what going on, which is exactly how You Know Who likes it.

    I have no intention of letting my tribe be overrun by Chinese. But I have enough experience to know they’re smarter than my tribe, and it would be a wise thing to start thinking more strategically and tactically about how to carve out a space in a new world most people are unable to imagine (which is less than 10 years away).

  10. @Godfree Roberts

    全球经济力量的重心一直在无情地向亚洲移动。

    游戏结束了

    While the U.S. spent recent decades policing the world in pointless wars, China was about the business of building an infrastructure in which all roads lead to Beijing, railroad cars and boatloads of wealth. Just keep it coming, folks. Those roads and railroads and shipping are linking nothing less than Eurasia, Sir Halford’s World Island. It took this coronavirus to show the imperial subjects that the Empire is naked and that China had already surpassed it economically several years ago. It seems like it really is game over. I’m sad in a way, but I would rather have a normal country than a hegemon; that is, if normalcy is still a possibility.

    • 同意: Realist
  11. What about the biggest hybrid war going on since centuries ago: jews (including crypto-jews, hybrids and minions) versus everybody else?
    The chinese had the full cooperation of diaspora jews (and their sayanim network) and israelis. Specially the Chabad Lubavich.

  12. Miro23 说:

    From the referenced Global Times article, the US attack on Huawei (with its 5G leadership + NSA proof encryption ) is at the heart of the story:

    Based on Global Times sources, if the US further pinches Chinese telecommunication giant Huawei by blocking companies such as TSMC from providing chips to the company, China will carry out countermeasures, such as including certain US companies into its list of “unreliable entities,” imposing restrictions on or investigating US companies such as Qualcomm, Cisco and Apple, and suspending purchases of Boeing aircraft.

    The US would lose this fight. Apple for example manufactures in China with only a small percentage of the sales price staying in China. If Apple manufacturing is shut down then Apple is the big loser. They’re already trying to move manufacturing to India but that’s not going to work.

    We must be clear that coping with US suppression will be the key focus of China’s national strategy. We should enhance cooperation with most countries. The US is expected to contain China’s international frontlines, and we must knock out this US plot and make China-US rivalry a process of US self-isolation.

    China has plenty of alternative markets. US corporations mostly only sell to the US using (now very sophisticated) Chinese manufacturing. Take this away, and Apple for example, have no alternative supplier for the volumes, quality, sub-contractor network and export infrastructure required.

    乔将军否认越南,菲律宾,孟加拉国,印度和其他亚洲国家可能取代中国廉价劳动力的可能性:“请考虑这些国家中哪个国家的技术工人比中国更多。 在过去的30年中,中国生产了多少中高级人力资源? 哪个国家的中学和大学教育学生超过100亿? 所有这些人的精力还远远没有为中国的经济发展而解放。”

    真正。

    这将意味着采取协同行动,试图实施禁运,并试图向中国公司封锁区域市场。 票价将成为常态。 甚至冻结中国在美国的资产也不再是一个遥不可及的主张。

    If the US steals the \$ trillions China has invested in US treasuries, then the US dollar also forfeits its claim to be the world reserve currency (safe place to hold international trade balances).

    尽管如此,霸权仍然直率地要求许多国家将自己再次置于“与我们同在或对我们不利”的全球反恐战争中。

    9/11 was fakery pumped up by the MSM to target Iraq/Iran and Covid-19 is more of the same – this time targeting China. European states are getting tired of this game. For example they were all dragged into supporting the Venezuela CIA coup that fizzled, and are now trying to disentangle from it.

    乔将军建议:“不要认为只有领土主权与一个国家的根本利益有关。 其他主权,包括经济,金融,国防,食品,资源,生物和文化主权,都与国家的利益和生存息息相关,是国家主权的组成部分。”

    If the US public look carefully at General Qiao’s list they will realize that they have already lost more than 50% of these sovereignties.

    • 回复: @Astuteobservor II
  13. Anon[392]• 免责声明 说:

    “ General Qiao dismisses the possibility …….. India and other Asian nations may replace China’s c: “Think about which of these countries has more skilled “

    美国的日常。 新闻正在放大两党反对中国的合唱。 印度正在向美国寻求帮助,同时加强美国的地位。

    印度正在从尼泊尔窃取土地,印度媒体认为尼泊尔的极端民族主义者应该为质疑印度的立场负责。

    中国正面临美国机会主义附庸联合攻击的真正威胁。 将会有一场影响联盟和未来的巨变。
    中国能否说服尼泊尔 孟加拉国 巴基斯坦 斯里兰卡 阿富汗 伊朗和缅甸共同努力,说服他们摆脱印度的霸权?

    • 回复: @DB Cooper
    , @denk
    , @showmethereal
  14. Natt 说:

    漂亮的绒毛片。 中国性交。 在人口,经济和军事上。

  15. Carlos22 说:

    他们可能正在看特朗普,因为他们认为他可能不会回来。

    距十一月仅数月之遥。

    问题是民主人士会做什么?

    当然,那并不是我特别想要的。

    • 回复: @KA
  16. carlusjr 说:

    It’s always astounding to read a geopolitical analysis by a journalist who completely ignores the climate pollution crisis with it’s impending effects overhanging every strategy any state may envision to dominate the planet. It’s as if the writer lives in an imaginary world devoid of nature, along with his supposed expert sources and well placed powerful state movers and shakers. This is delusional. China’s cheap forced labor, making more crap for the planet’s shrinking population of affluent consumers, competing with other countries with equally desperate workers. Countries competing to build the most dangerous bio-weapons in their unsafe, leaky level 4 labs. All the while the atmosphere is being polluted to the point of melting all the ice on the planet, the air is being degraded to the point of being disgusting to see and carcinogenic to breath, the fresh water supply is being depleted and polluted, the oceans degraded into radioactive chemical cesspools (soon to be a brown sludge inhabited by only bacteria, viruses and fungus), the land ceded with thousands of chemicals that have no purpose other than to kill. The existential threshold is within a few years. The geopolitical strategy of the US and China can be summarized as a strategy to kill all sentient life on the planet in order to have a some sort of imaginary strategic dominance. It is mass psychosis.

  17. Biff 说:
    @anon

    Do you have any odds on Trump v. Biden?

    I’ve got 2 to 1 odds the voting machines will be electing Biden. They got this far didn’t they?

    • 哈哈: Curmudgeon
  18. @foolisholdman

    Old man, don’t be foolish, they all hate us human scum, and will gladly go to war, are at war. Remember how, in Catch 22, the opposing sides eventually saved a crap load of money by geting Milo de Milo to bomb their own airfields using his supply planes? Its already happening, us plebs are just in the way. In the end, the Protocols calls for one government ruling what’s left of mankind “with an iron staff.” I cannot tell you (yet) what Zion’s hold on Beijing is, but be assured, “bring on the war” is the swill of Zion being lapped up by little globalist piggies trying to get to the trough.
    People think ‘hybrid warfare” is some kind of technological term. Zion chooses its words very carefully, and your first defence is your dictionary. The USAGE of words change with time, the MEANING is constant. Now let’s go find them hybrids, before Bill Gates can create enough microcephalics to man his man/machine interfaced battle ‘droids armed with depleted uranium bullets and virally-delivered vaccines.

    • 回复: @Getaclue
  19. @carlusjr

    Pollution sure is an important issue, one of the most important of our time, yes. The subject matter at hand though, is mostly military, with economics as a condiment to explain the sour taste. China might be the one manufacturing plastic turds, but it is the so-called western media that is teaching your children the dire need to own the latest version of plastic poop. China would not bother with plastic poop, but you voted for people who decided China makes the best poo at the lowest cost and highest profit. Don’t blame China for taking advantage of YOUR leadership’s desire to disown YOU and hand your habitat over to those who “know how to make a profit” from your suffering, while dangling a piece of plastic poop in front of you, calling it ambition, and deplatforming you if you refuse their offer of improved turdiness.
    But yah, now we know you hate pollution. Soon we will close down all the factories, and ban all cars, and only those on “official business” will be alowed on aeroplanes, and then you can breathe freely, as you stand in line, so the Special Agents can see if you have the Bill Gates vaccine licence to visit the plastic poop and soylent green depository that we used to call a supermarket.

    • 回复: @JohnPlywood
  20. 有毒的种族主义-集会-反共主义矩阵是全美主要的反华情绪的来源,至少占总人口的66%。

    不,不是。

    来自同一篇文章的提示是什么:

    “They have state of the art technology, but not the methods and production capacity. So they have to rely on Chinese production.”

    我们的工作,我们的行业,我们来之不易的知识产权以及我们的钱都流到了中国。 我们自己的行业和政府领导人应为我们的困境负责,但我们对中国的愤怒是结果。

    有趣的是,来自中国将军乔:

    “作为一个生产国,我们仍然不能用我们自己的资源满足我们的制造业,而不能依靠我们自己的市场消费我们的产品。”

    别开玩笑了,将军。 贵国通过向我们出售来建立自己的国家! 我们使您成为我们自己的竞争对手。 谢谢您,但是您打算削弱我们。

    • 同意: SBaker
  21. Tor597 说:

    Just wanted to point out the excellent concept of cultural sovereignty as something that is akin to territorial sovereignty.

    Both are needed, but cultural sovereignty is ever more important to inoculate your citizens against globe homo.

    • 同意: showmethereal, SBaker
    • 回复: @Miro23
  22. Half-Jap 说:
    @Godfree Roberts

    Sounds like a man who has no understanding of the science regarding the matter, but so doesn’t most of the world. Vaccine? Anti-body treatment? Does anybody know what they are and how they work (or doesn’t) or mean? From those tests to those invasive ventilators, it shows me how people can easily be herded towards slaughter, for their safety, ofc, because “science.” And just over a mild cold no less.
    So much for China’s brilliance; they are as dumb or brainwashed by ‘accepted science’ as the next moronic authority figure.
    But exploiting the situation, that’s something else that should be appreciated.

  23. anon[232]• 免责声明 说:
    @Godfree Roberts

    中国处于领先地位

    Godfree, we will bury you and your beloved CCP.

    • 回复: @Rev. Spooner
  24. Adûnâi 说:

    这将是中国对确保发展中国家疫苗可及性和可负担性的贡献。” 全球南方正在关注。

    欠发达的国家(讨厌PC术语为“发展中国家”)甚至想要疫苗吗? 无论如何,他们有太多的人,任何适度的死亡对他们的社会都是有利的。 还有一点是,与美国一样,反vaxxer运动可能正在上升–还记得菲律宾政府如何观看有关邪恶比尔·盖茨的阴谋录像吗? 我已经在我的乌克兰大学与反vaxxer人进行了交谈!

    “Containment” will go into overdrive. A neat example is Admiral Philip Davidson – head of the Indo-Pacific Command – asking for \$20 billion for a “robust military cordon” from California to Japan and down the Pacific Rim, complete with “highly survivable, precision-strike networks” along the Pacific Rim and “forward-based, rotational joint forces” to counteract the “renewed threat we face from great power competition.”

    我的预测是,美国陷入内战>自由主义者开始失败>自由主义者邀请华人进入加利福尼亚>华人消灭了所有美国人,并在东部获得了大笔钱币。

    • 巨魔: Just Passing Through
    • 回复: @Poco
    , @Mary Marianne
  25. Anon[397]• 免责声明 说:

    a Korea War pictorial. Nice.
    It’s long long ago since China made the last movie about Korea War. Too long ago that they are in black and white.
    Recently someone is preparing for a new movie: The Chosin Lake.
    I really hope it will be well made. I love war movies, especially the ones on historical big wars.

  26. @Buzz Mohawk

    我认为,尽管西方全球化主义者认为中国将服从他们,却不会得到任何有趣的想法,但这种病毒只是掩盖了多年反感的一种手段,类似于宣传家在德国对可怜的犹太人的迫害所使用的病毒。由于德国的经济实力,激发了德国的情绪。

    西方思想受制于这种力量平衡思想,这种思想导致不久前就参加了两次自相残杀的战争。

    只能寄希望于这对我们来说是个好消息,但我担心全球化主义者只会利用这段时间将制造业转移到其他第三世界国家,而不是将其带回国内。

    我同意,将我们的IP转移到中国是一个巨大的错误,如果没有的话,他们根本就不会意识到这一点。 这也是为什么中国人没有在“一带一路”倡议中抓住任何机会,而是使用中国人的劳动而不是做更可持续的事情并培训本地工人,这将意味着他们的市场被破坏! 令人遗憾的是,在可怕的第三世界大规模移民政策的基础上,这将继续下去,我们让中国人进入顶尖的公司和研究机构,其中有些无疑将这些信息传回了国内。

    https://time.com/5596066/emory-fires-chinese-researchers/

    就现实政治而言,我认为中国将其海外侨民用作第五专栏非常聪明。

  27. padre 说:
    @Natt

    Do you know, how many times in their short history of about roughly 5000 years were Chinese doomed ?

  28. So the Global South is going to be “grateful” to China for coming up with vaccination after innudating it with the Chinese virus in the first place … Pepe, lay of the Mezcal because is clouding your opaque thinking!

  29. John Hagan 说:

    Let me make this clear. America is self-destructing. A malignant narcissist in charge and a man who cannot construct a sentence is an alternative. A stock market devoid of reality and a 1 percent devoid of conscience. Any remote consideration of the other 99 percent is soley based on profit. Any civilization that cannot reverse itself is doomed. China maybe a shortterm factor yet not a factor in the longer considerations.

    • 回复: @Mary Marianne
  30. Avery 说:
    @foolisholdman

    {Honestly, I don’t see it.}

    同意。

    {….. and the US has no guts for one. Its industry has been hollowed out not just by outsourcing but by corruption as well.}

    Even in the 50s when US industry was not hollowed out (…ran supreme) and China had no nukes, US was unable to defeat China in a ground war in Korea. Of course there was talk in US of using nukes against China (Gen. MacArthur), but cooler heads prevailed, arguing that, that would trigger USSR to use nukes too, resulting in world wide nuclear conflagration.

    Now China has nukes, and delivery systems, and US cannot possible defeat China conventionally, so US will huff-and-puff, try to damage China financially, or steal its holdings in US*, but nothing will come out of it.

    Sad that US screwed itself over the years so badly that it is in this predicament now.

    _____________________________
    * There has been semi-serious talk in US of just taking \$ hundreds of billions of Chinese holdings in US as payment for ‘damages’ China has supposedly caused US by Covid-19.

  31. Big Daddy 说:

    All this big nation state fluff stinks today as it did when the first two Western ones, England and France had a 100 Years War and it has stunk throughout history.

    We humans are born naked, helpless, and totally ignorant. We also have an evil streak in us; vide Adam and Eve. And as Shakespeare stated we must consign ourselves to a willing death each eve or we die. We are so haughty yet the first thing we must do upon wakening from our nightly death is evacuate waste.

    We have never respected Nature. Now we spray aluminum and plastic microns in the upper atmosphere which we all breathe as they fall and have virtually destroyed the ozone layer and the biosphere. We live in 1984 right now!

    True libertarianism which is no aggression against person or property and backed up by cheap, Natural Law arbitration courts works. It is that or sayonara humans.

  32. Realist 说:
    @Natt

    Nice fluff piece. China is fucked. Demographically, economically and militarily.

    Is that you Trump?

    You’re new around these here parts…aren’t you boy?

    • 哈哈: bluedog
    • 回复: @John Nada
  33. Parfois1 说:
    @foolisholdman

    My reasoning is simple, maybe too simple. The Chinese will not start a shooting war and the US has no guts for one.

    You may be right about the Chinese (their government looks after 1,3 billion people) and that the US has no guts. But what is the “US”? If you mean the (mostly Jewish) ruling cabal and their goyim political clowns and puppets, you have no reason to be so sanguine about the “no guts”. It’s not their guts that will be on the line, for they will be quite happy so sacrifice millions of the plebes for the greater good of Israel and rebooting the “economy”. War devastations (and pandemics) are the greatest source for immiserating and culling the masses and channeling wealth to the banksters.

    Facing the demise of the Jewish-led hegemony through its PNAC’s “full-spectrum dominance” – and what that could do to the SHITIS (shit-state of Israel) – it is reasonable (in their twisted minds) to step to the brink and beyond. Besides, the most recent great wars (the greatest carnages in the world’s history) were not intended to end the way the warhawks wanted (neither Hitler not Chamberlain wished the destruction of country or empire) but the power dynamics unleashed by geopolitical gamesmanship suppresses reason.

    • 回复: @foolisholdman
  34. @paranoid goy

    Non-CO2 pollution is a non-issue. It was far worse in the USA and China 50 years ago (air and water), and in Europe/East coast USA over 200 years ago. Wildlife populations are also rebounding. Every time I hear some retard complaining about pollution on the internet, I want to reach through the monitor and pepper spray them.

    • 同意: dogbumbreath
    • 不同意: Anti_barabas_ite
    • 巨魔: FB
  35. bigduke6 说:

    有毒的种族主义

    You’re a “toxic racist” cries the yellow supremacist as he shills for Beijing

    • 回复: @Just Passing Through
  36. GeeBee 说:
    @Natt

    In other news, the USA’s Ministry of Plenty has announced that the weekly chocolate ration is to be increased from 70 gms to 40 gms…

    • 哈哈: Sick of Orcs, Patagonia Man
  37. ld 说:
    @d dan

    The American Dream is Live and well.

    If they keep saying it like a mantra maybe it will come true.

    Trust the media.

  38. ld 说:
    @anon

    They say that Biden is Israel’s pick so it will likey be Biden.
    His senility will make him easier to control than Trump.

  39. Desert Fox 说:

    The zionists are in control of China and the ZUS and Russia and Europe and India and everywhere in central and South America, and the fact is the zionist control was proven by every country that forced their people into the forced lockdown, using this scam of a coronavirus as an excuse.

    These wars are a deversion, as the zionist install their global prison.

    • 同意: mark tapley
    • 巨魔: Mary Marianne
  40. AWM 说:

    “共产党的“握紧拳头”何时会袭击美国?”

    斯坦尼斯拉夫·吕涅夫(Stanislav Lunev):“一旦他们无法再从您那里偷东西了。”

    猜猜是什么人,“ Combloc Flu”是第一个罢工。

  41. 450.org 说:

    乔将军否认越南,菲律宾,孟加拉国,印度和其他亚洲国家可能取代中国廉价劳动力的可能性:“请考虑这些国家中哪个国家的技术工人比中国更多。 在过去的30年中,中国生产了多少中高级人力资源? 哪个国家的中学和大学教育学生超过100亿? 所有这些人的精力还远远没有为中国的经济发展而解放。”

    Once again, I must caveat this with the proclamation I was not and I am not an advocate for Obama’s TPP. The reason I’m not an advocate is for environmental purposes. I believe growth is killing the living planet and soon enough will extinct humans as well as many, most even, other species on the planet. The TPP did nothing to address growth and instead enabled it further by enhancing global trade versus diminishing it.

    That being said, the TPP was a strategy to contain China’s growing influence. It was intended to put global trade eggs in many baskets and not just in the basket labeled China. What does Trump do? He puts all the trade eggs in China’s basket under the aegis/rubric of repatriating manufacturing to America. He put a knife in TPP and killed it but he never brought manufacturing back to America. Now America is truly good and fucked. Over a barrel. No options. Can you believe this moron and the cabal that’s using him as a foil? Like I said before, if Trump didn’t exist, the CCP would have to invent him because more than any other power player, be it Russia or Saudi Arabia or Israel, Trump has been extremely beneficial to China. Under Trump’s watch, China is now the most powerful country in the world. Because of Trump, China is now the leader of the world. America, finally, has been knocked from its perch just as England was over 100 years prior. Once knocked from the perch, there is no regaining the status you once enjoyed. I suspect that within five years the dollar will no longer be the world’s currency. When that happens, it’s lights out for America FOR REAL. All this banter is whistling past the graveyard. What’s done is done.

    https://www.japantimes.co.jp/opinion/2015/06/21/commentary/japan-commentary/chinas-the-reason-why-u-s-needs-the-tpp/#.XsUuMS-z17M

    House Democrats who’ve been interfering with President Barack Obama’s ability to negotiate the Trans-Pacific Partnership are missing something very important: The trade deal isn’t primarily significant because of the economy. It matters because it’s part of the broader American geostrategic goal of containing China — which pointedly hasn’t been invited to join the TPP.

    In the new cool war, China’s rising economic influence is giving it greater geopolitical power in Asia. The TPP is, above all, an effort to push back on China’s powerful trade relationships to reduce its political clout. By weakening Obama’s ability to pursue it, congressional Democrats had been unintentionally weakening the U.S. side in the cool war.

    In all this, China is using its close economic relationship with its neighbors as leverage to build its geopolitical position. Its ultimate goal is to displace the U.S. as the regional hegemon. President Xi Jinping’s slogan of the “Chinese dream” requires nothing less.

    The TPP aims to reduce some of China’s geopolitical resurgence by damping down the extent of China’s regional trade dominance. China itself has a proposed regional trade alliance, the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, that would include 16 members and exclude the U.S. Australia, Japan and South Korea are all involved in negotiations to become members. The TPP is a direct, competitive counterpart to the RCEP.

    Fyi, the following cartoon is per 中国日报, a publication owned and run by the CCP. It’s favorable to Trump. It’s clear by virtue of Trump’s cozy relationship with Putin and Xi that Trump is a communist in capitalist clothing. He is a communist trojan horse in the oval office. But he’s even more than that. He has many hats. He’s a tool, a self-promoting front man, for any tyrant or tyranny that expands his brand masquerading as a man of the people. As if. He’s a man, albeit an insane moron, of the extractive elite and the extractive elite are transnational and transcultural. The extractive elite are a nation and culture unto themselves and the rest of us are their slaves on this global plantation.

    • 回复: @Curmudgeon
  42. @Weston Waroda

    一旦美元的储备货币地位结束,庞大的军费预算将为零。 这是整个事情的一线希望。 战争可能最终会停止。 但生活水平将受到美元贬值的打击。 但是,乔布斯将通过美元疲软回归,因为离岸工作不再有意义。 只是也许,我们的政治阶层最终可能会在 4 年的停滞后专注于国内问题并改善国家。

    • 同意: dogbumbreath, Ber, showmethereal
  43. @Miro23

    Apple follows every single law in China. Apple makes a lot of money in China, but also pays alot of taxes. I highly doubt it would be a target of retaliation. But other companies are fair game. Just something I noticed.

  44. 450.org 说:
    @carlusjr

    Spot on. Humans are drowning in their own filth. There’s an adage, “don’t shit where you eat.” Humans invented the saying but apparently don’t abide by it and in fact zealously defy it. Here we are. It will be one pandemic after another from now until human is no more. Rapid pace, like automatic weapon fire. The center cannot hold and is not holding. Civilization is going down. Will the 参孙期权 be utilized? Man’s last act? Destroy the planet entirely if he can’t have it entirely? My bet is this is how it will go down. All you have to do is extrapolate the curve.

    • 回复: @mike99588
  45. As long as America’s Most Important Ally™ is safe…

  46. Cowboy 说:

    Another bubblegum pop song from Lil Peepee and the chinks

  47. @bigduke6

    他们这样做的原因很明显,他们在使用欧洲人自己的自由意识形态来反对他们。 在当今的西方世界,没有什么比成为“种族主义者”更糟糕的了(也许只是恋童癖的恋童癖,但那是很亲密的),因为他们会用这些术语打败欧洲人。 埃尔多安(Erdogan)最近将希腊比作“纳粹”(Nazis),因为他们对第三世界入侵者的勇敢反抗。

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/mar/11/erdogan-compares-greek-border-crackdown-to-nazi-atrocities

    仿佛他们真的对纳粹大开眼界,由于数十年来犹太媒体精英的洗脑,欧洲人特别痴迷。 即使有人相信有关纳粹暴行的教科书,事实是这样的事情在历史上是正常的。 没有其他人为自己所做的坏事而自暴自弃,地狱,蒙古人竖起了成吉思汗的大雕像,成吉思汗是历史上最伟大的大规模杀人犯之一!

    • 回复: @KA
    , @Rev. Spooner
    , @Curmudgeon
    , @denk
  48. Hegar 说:

    Extremely misleading headline. Since the Asia Times story is actually about economic and political sovereignity – always a big issue for China ever since the Eight Powers carved up the nation in the past: Germany, Japan, Russia, Britain, France, Italy, Austria-Hungary, and the U.S.

    It doesn’t speak about warfare against the U.S. It speaks about meeting a threat from the U.S. It does speak of taking Taiwan, though by avoiding outright warfare. This is not something we should desire, but it is not war against the U.S., as the misleading headline is intended to make people believe.

    As usual most of the rubes will only read the headline and look at the pictures, maybe skim through the text a bit, before typing out an angry post based on whether they like or dislike whatever nation is mentioned. Much like cruzbots and Bush lovers use Breitbart comments to screech against Iran and praise Israel. No facts needed.

    • 同意: dogbumbreath, Mary Marianne
    • 回复: @showmethereal
  49. KA 说:
    @Carlos22

    特朗普对离开阿富汗很认真。 为了防止这种情况,华尔街可能会决定带拜登。 他们摆脱特朗普的另一个原因是特朗普不断亵渎象征主义。

    • 回复: @Ber
    , @Herald
  50. @vot tak

    I like how vot tak thinks, as he/she wrote:
    “Interesting article by Escobar. If one cares to notice, this anti-China cold war is a neocon based aggression.”

    Obvious, and with great benefit to Israel, Americans have short memories, and are vulnerable to being misled by the wiles of shabbos goy, President Donald J. Trump.

    Just last year, the Trump family visited China and childishly tried to charm China’s leadership including the powerful Xi Jinping.
    You Tube video (below) will display how the Trump’s put on a good show, and the clip features the charming & little Arabella as a “secret weapon,” and she sings a song in Mandarin. Haha. Ivanka Kushner got a product line green light from the Chinese. 🙌

    Nonetheless, Trump’s secret & “aggressive” WMD was the Goldman Sachs Group’s agenda which was/is to do untethered investment business throughout the world’s largest consumer market, China.🤑 (Note: The CCP demands foreign investment must be tethered to Chinese)

    Despite Trump’s present COV-19 blather, including “the US will come back, stronger than ever,” 🙄Netanyahu, Putin, and Xi know how the ZUS economy is tanking. Doubtless, the global Force of international Supremacist Jewry will strive to hedge bets, and continue to “win” when World War dust clears.

    • 回复: @HeebHunter
  51. @Buzz Mohawk

    “Thanks are in order, but instead you plot to weaken us.”

    I hope that’s sarcasm. Maybe the thanks you give to a mug who you’ve just fleeced.

    我们没有永恒的盟友,也没有永恒的敌人。 我们的利益是永恒和永恒的,而这些利益是我们的责任。” – Lord Palmerston – he’s been requoted by de Gaulle and Kissinger among others.

    Back in the day there were also racial ties between countries, but alas the racial ties that seem to count in modern politics are those of racial resentment – see the neocons on Russia. Stolypin was a great man, but they identify with his assassin Bogrov.

  52. KA 说:
    @Just Passing Through

    g,他们在使用欧洲人自己的自由意识形态来反对他们”。

    为什么有人期望这种思想或任何意识形态被神圣不可侵犯呢? 首先,欧美企业经常这样做。 他们破坏了他们自称要推广的价值观。 他们利用自由主义的表象来破坏其他国家,推翻政府,破坏文化和社会。

    For years American “ only ally in ME” Israel has used American own ideas agisnt USA either by distorting or by selectively emphasizing . American leaders from all walks of lives – religious cultural academic finances and politics have joined the fray for careerism .

    其他国家则滥用它,因为他们已经看到它固有的弱点可能会对其有利。 当他们这样做时,他们知道他们只是在使用西方使用的相同食谱。

  53. DB Cooper 说:
    @Anon

    “印度正在从尼泊尔窃取土地,印度媒体认为尼泊尔的极端民族主义者应该为质疑印度的立场负责。
    中国正面临美国机会主义附庸联合攻击的真正威胁。 将会有一场影响联盟和未来的巨变。
    中国能否说服尼泊尔、孟加拉国、巴基斯坦、斯里兰卡、阿富汗、伊朗和缅甸共同努力,说服他们摆脱印度的霸权?”

    印度从每个邻国那里偷走了土地,而不仅仅是尼泊尔。 时至今日,印度与每个邻国的边界争端仍未解决,其中一些非常暴躁。 尼泊尔 孟加拉国 斯里兰卡 缅甸在一定程度上处于印度的霸权之下。 几年前,印度军队以追击叛乱分子的名义进入缅甸,造成两国之间的外交裂痕。 巴基斯坦足够大,军事力量也足够强大,它对印度的蔑视是众所周知的,而印度对此无能为力。 中国可能不在乎这些国家能否摆脱印度的霸权,但其政策,尤其是“一带一路”倡议,将有效削弱印度认为它对这些国家的束缚。 伊朗从未处于印度霸权之下。

    • 回复: @anon
  54. @Weston Waroda

    When are Americans going to use albendazole or mebendazole??? Make USA free of parasites.

    • 回复: @Weston Waroda
  55. Trinity 说:

    Why are there no articles with headlines accusing Israel of manufacturing the (((coronavirus?))) I mean wouldn’t Israel be a likely suspect? Oh, we already heard the “Anglo-Zionist” title. Why wouldn’t it be the Zionist-Anglo angle? haha. The title Anglo-Zionist makes it appear the Anglo controls the Zionist and is the mastermind, not the Zionist. A few posters have started the conspiracy theory that it is a Sino-Zionist or better yet, a Zionist-Sino operation. Whatcha think? Any possibilities of that one being true?

  56. @Just Passing Through

    你是个白痴。
    历史和历史人物应根据其时代的风俗和道德来判断。 他是个战士,与现代英勇的美国人和英国人截然不同,后者在日本和德国用原子弹和燃烧弹炸死了数十万人。

  57. @anon

    How? When your arse is on the line (i.e. USA or UK) with tit for tat nukes you will take it easy, it’s guaranteed.

  58. Trump just pimpslapped Winnie the flu

    wacko in China just released a statement blaming everybody other than China for the Virus which has now killed hundreds of thousands of people. Please explain to this dope that it was the “incompetence of China”, and nothing else, that did this mass Worldwide killing!

    Brutal stuff, American ‘diplomacy’ at its finest.

  59. @JohnPlywood

    So can you give us a timeline comparative rundown on planet wide land pollution/depletion and water pollution/marine life depletion ? I have a hunch that those will not conform to the air pollution comparisons you have proffered.

  60. anon[344]• 免责声明 说:
    @DB Cooper

    中国可能不在乎这些国家能否摆脱印度的霸权,但其“

    中国需要这样做,以挫败美国与印度一起发起的针对中国的侵略性全面行动。 阿富汗和缅甸为印度在对抗中国方面发挥重要作用提供了机会。 孟加拉国的统治阶级被抵押给了印度。孟加拉国的军队和警察都对印度心存感激。 腐败的结果。 中国正面临着与这两个国家——印度和美国相比,它应该如何前进的重大岔路口。 好邻居很重要。

    • 回复: @DB Cooper
  61. KA 说:
    @Godfree Roberts

    我同意你的

    but “WHO’s investigation shows China is not the source of the virus”- who cares if China were the first country to get infected or not or if virus escaped from the lab .

    Either we impose moratorium on researches on deadly pathogen or we bring it under complete transparency under a world body overseen by rotating countries of the UN .

    Otherwise the risks always are there . Also US need to admit the past viral activities, expose itself to the world about deadly pathogen it has released “accidentally” and politically over the years and come clean .

    Paying attention to western narrative just because US and Australia are thumping their chests is not a viable option for humanity .

    Enough bioterrorism has been committed by US and as we post is possibly being committed now in ME.

    • 回复: @Anonymous
  62. John Nada 说:
    @Realist

    “Is that you Trump?
    You’re new around these here parts…aren’t you boy?”

    He must be. He hasn’t gotten the message that a faithful Unz contributor is expected to happily suck on Chinese Communist Party peckers and say “ahhh…thank you!” after they blow their loads in his face.

    At least over at ZeroHedge they have the decency to shill for Russia only implicitly via an absence of the mockery and scrutiny they heap upon other powerful nations. You won’t see articles that outright claim the superiority of Russian politics and culture. Here at Unz they’re not content with such a passive approach. At Unz you get treated to a laughably transparent China shill piece at a frequency of ~2.5/week.

    Pepe Escobar? Yeah right. More like Xinzhong Dong.

    • 同意: Poco
    • 巨魔: Olivier1973
    • 回复: @Realist
  63. denk 说:
    @Anon

    iNDIA和Jp是常年的白人 乌贼.

    1962年,中国与FUKUS和苏联这两个超级大国发生冲突。
    Not content with inheriting a massive land booty from mother England, iNDia saw an ‘opportunity’ for more land grab.
    受华盛顿刺杀,印度颚骨被捕
    向北推入中国控制
    territories, China’s initial inaction and repeated appeal for negotiation was construed as sign of weakness, which only emboldened more aggressive Indian encroachments.
    北京终于意识到,在边界实现和平的唯一方法就是教印度人一个他们不会忘记的课。

    果不其然,印第安人没有忘记解放军手中的这种暴行。
    nOW that China is reeling from CV19, FUKUS is inciting proxy war in SCS, TW straits, Delhi see its ‘opportunity’ again.

    There’s a blow up bet PLA and Indian jawans
    ,比2017年的Dotlam对抗更糟糕。

    北京必须保持警惕,应对多方进攻
    由华盛顿精心策划。
    您是否认为边界和南海和TW海峡的爆发是巧合?

    尽管印度无能为力,但它还是非常危险的
    军事。

    首先,它的鲁ck性体现在
    1962年向一支优秀的PLA部队发起挑战。
    其次,它的肩膀上有一个大筹码
    在1962年遭受重创之后。
    第三,其核武器计划完全建立在中国的眼前。
    the Agni 5 mssile was even called ‘The China killer’.
    [想象一下[[[五个说谎者]]的色调和哭声,如果中国采取这样的侵略性立场]

    野蛮人又到了门口,
    中国当心。
    https://www.globalresearch.ca/india-intensifying-american-backed-hybrid-war-china/5712884

    • 谢谢: thetruth
  64. FB 说: • 您的网站
    @Change that Matters

    Interesting comment…

    You sound like you have some experience in international trade…but some of your conclusions seem rather cartoonish…

    The winners here should be the former USSR countries, with low labor costs and strong soft skills. With EU companies wanting to bring the supply chain closer to home, this is their moment.

    If they screw it up, they will spend another 30 years wondering what went wrong. I hope they won’t, but if you spend any time working with these people you know they often fail at the final hurdle (as though on purpose – the psychology of self-destruction is their Achilles heel)

    Well…I have quite a bit of experience with the eastern block countries and your characterization here is bizarre…

    所有的 高级 industry and manufacturing that these countries had during Soviet times has vanished…this is things like airframe and turbine engine manufacturing, even advanced aerospace design and manufacturing in the case of Ukraine…

    It’s important here to distinguish WHAT kinds of stuff a country is capable of designing and making 在其自己的…not just a ‘a 40-foot container of – insert any product you can think of’…

    Such manufacturing you speak of entails commodity goods for consumers that are cranked out in large volumes…of course that is all well and good, and this is a necessary part of life since we all need these kinds of everyday goods…

    But this is NOT the kind of advanced industry that will provide employment for a graduating class of nuclear and aerospace engineers and scientists…these people will need to seek opportunities in more advanced countries…and eventually your education, academic and research infrastructure becomes purposeless and superfluous, and shrivels and dies…

    Sorry…but this is NOT how a nation progresses…

    The so-called ‘opportunities’ for former Soviet bloc countries that you speak of are exactly the same as they have been up to now…being ‘feeder’ economies and ‘branch plant’ minnows for large advanced companies like Siemens and others in advanced economies…

    That is called nowheresville…

    This silly sketch of yours illustrates how much capitalism has yet to learn about how things are going to move going forward…

    We are quickly reaching a point, if not already there, that modern manufacturing can produce in unbelievable abundance and at incredibly low cost, all of the everyday consumer goods we could possibly need…for all people on earth…

    This is due precisely to the brain power that I mention above…one needs to spend a little time surfing on youtube for advanced factories, manufacturing robotics and industrial machines etc…this advance in 人类知识 has made possible to produce goods in incredible quantities and of superb quality, and using very little human hand labor…

    The problem is once those goods leave the factory and go into the hands of various merchants and middle men [which is what you sound like]…who want to of course make the middle man’s ‘cut’…

    Our present model of capitalism is incapable of dealing with this paradigm shift of abundant and cheap consumer goods for everybody…which is why you are seeing more and more calls, even from the plutocracy [Andrew Yang], for a universal basic income…a handout to every consumer so they can buy all that stuff that can be so readily and cheaply produced…

    There will only be so many jobs in those advanced factories…in delivering this stuff to the end buyer etc…

    And again, this is just the commodity goods economy we are talking about…the advanced economies are going to be the ones that are designed ever more capable machines for these factories of the future [again surf youtube a little]…plus making very sophisticated and complicated products like airplanes and satellites and nuclear power plants etc…

    This is why the time of socialism is at hand…there is no need for a cartoonish ‘catch wrestling’ struggle among countries for little pieces of the pie as you describe…that leads absolutely nowhere and is completely incompatible with where modern industrial manufacturing is actually going…

    What socialism will do is exactly what China is doing…a huge cadre of incredibly skilled and capable ‘conductors’…exquisitely directing all of these parts of the advanced manufacturing economy like a big symphony orchestra hitting every note on every beat…

    This is why China is moving forward, while people stuck in your mercantile vision of the 19’th century British Empire are lost in space…

    Sure there will always need to be a mechanism for the ‘middle man’ to bring this abundance of consumer goods to your front door…but you can no longer play the role of wealth creator, as was the case in 1600 when sending a ship from Amsterdam to Java and bringing back spices and luxury products at a profit of 400 percent…

    That is just not the way the world works anymore…what China is doing and what the Chinese strategist in the article mentions is building a world beating education system for 100 million Chinese young people…

    From there will come the scientists and doctors and engineers [as well as the armies of competent administrators] that the new and highly advanced manufacturing economy will rely on as its very life’s blood…

    • 同意: acementhead, Jazman, Patagonia Man
    • 谢谢: bluedog
    • 回复: @Cowboy
  65. Curmudgeon 说:
    @Change that Matters

    The Chinese problem is, of course, its culture of responsibility avoidance….. But I have enough experience to know they’re smarter than my tribe, …

    Good points, but in my somewhat limited experience in dealing with Chinese, both of the above are exemplified in their culture of patience, which is often “expressed” by silence. I have seen Chinese demure from accepting small bits of congratulations for what they consider normal activity. They seem to prefer to wait until all of the information has been collected and studied before making definitive statements. This is in stark opposition to what now exists in the (((West))) where doing what is expected of you is seen as a reason to celebrate a great achievement.

    No one likes to accept responsibility for failures. Perhaps the Chinese cultural way is tied to their history of executions for failures, or perceived failures. That contrast was sharpest when the lead paint on toys story broke. The US “manufacturer” would have people believe they had absolutely no idea that the Chinese subcontractor might ever even think about doing that, so no plant inspections were ever needed or done. Meanwhile, the plant owner committed suicide, knowing that he would meet the same fate as the melamine in formula, head man. So clearly, there are circumstances where the CCP makes responsibility mandatory, acceptance or not. In both cases, there were few deaths, and relatively little health damage. Meanwhile, Purdue Pharma’s crowd are still walking free after thousands of deaths and lives destroyed.

    I’m not touting China as good guys, only suggesting that accepting responsibility has many facets, and the we, in the (((West))) don’t have clean hands either. Less dirty perhaps, but not clean.

    • 回复: @ThreeCranes
  66. Wally 说:
    @Natt

    The walking cliche & Communist author Escobar wrote:

    “A toxic racism-meets-anti-communism matrix is responsible for the predominant anti-Chinese sentiment across the US, encompassing at least 66% of the whole population. Trump instinctively seized it – and repackaged it as his re-election campaign theme, fully approved by Steve Bannon.”

    – Then there’s the “racist” Chinese:

    Chinese City Bans Black People from Hotels, Apartments, Restaurants: https://www.breitbart.com/asia/2020/04/13/coronavirus-racism-chinese-city-bans-black-people-from-hotels-apartments-restaurants/

    黑豹党发起抵制“华商”抗议种族主义
    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/05/19/new-black-panther-party-launches-boycott-of-chinese-merchants-to-protest-racism/

    McDonald’s Mandates ‘Diversity Training’ for Chinese Branch that Banned Black Customers: https://www.breitbart.com/national-security/2020/04/14/mcdonalds-mandates-diversity-training-for-chinese-branch-that-banned-black-customers/

  67. Curmudgeon 说:
    @JohnPlywood

    Agreed. It wasn’t CO2, rather CO that was considered the problem, so catalytic converters were invented to turn CO into CO2, which is what plants use, take out the carbon, and emit the O2.

    • 回复: @foolisholdman
  68. DB Cooper 说:
    @anon

    美国与印度合作是在自取其辱。 关于美国工业基础空心化的说法很多,但比制造业工作岗位的消失更具破坏性和永久性的是,比关闭工厂更不明显。 我说的是完全接管 IT 工作 最好和最聪明 来自印度的低智商 H1B 胡说八道艺术家。 这对美国来说是三重打击。 首先是低智商的H1B胡说八道艺术家取代熟练的美国工人。 有没有人估算过由于雇用这些非技术人员而丧失生产力给美国带来的总经济成本? 其次,一旦这些胡说八道的艺术家获得美国居留权,他们中的许多人就会成为 IT 招聘人员,并取代更多在招聘行业工作的美国人。 这里的任何人都不相信我可以编造一份虚假的 IT 简历并将其发布到网上,很快你就会被数百个来自 Pajeets 和 Kumars 的电话淹没,希望将你提交给某些公司。 三是这些狗屁艺术家带家人到美国,靠美国福利制度为生的家庭链式迁移,在这个过程中降低了美国的平均智商。

    如果美国把自己的房子整整齐齐,制造业工作岗位的流失是可逆的,但进口不熟练的 H1B 胡说八道艺术家则不然。 美国忘记了二战后来自欧洲的顶尖科学家和工程师的移民推动美国成为世界上最具创新性的国家,而不是来自次大陆的胡说八道的艺术家。 这是一个由了解正在发生的事情的人创建的网站。

    http://www.indiots2.com/

    • 同意: Alden
    • 回复: @Anonymous
    , @DB Cooper
    , @Alden
  69. Curmudgeon 说:
    @450.org

    The TPP is just a bigger version of NAFTA and the FTA. It goes further than even the WTO would have dreamed. All of the “trade deals” are about enhancing the power of finance capital over your life.
    Trump was correct in dumping it, but he won’t be able to disentangle the US from the WTO. Free Trade, no. Fair Trade (with lots of tariffs), yes.

    • 回复: @450.org
  70. Cowboy 说:
    @FB

    What a sad small world you occupy blind as it were to a teological vision

    • 回复: @bluedog
  71. 450.org 说:

    The Chinese problem is, of course, its culture of responsibility avoidance.

    Face has a lot to do with it. Pompeo has no concept of this and instead uses Western cultural standards to address and judge the Chinese. Trump’s the same way. These idiots aren’t leaders. They’re baboons. Trump & Pompeo, I mean. Conversely, face means nothing to them so losing face has no significance for them. The Chinese must be bewildered by Trump. In their estimation, he loses face fifty times a day and yet he has no shame. He’s 不要脸 — like most of America. America is a Jerry Springer Show writ large.

    https://www.china-mike.com/chinese-culture/cult-of-face/

    The Chinese concept of “face” (aka 面子 or miànzi) refers to a cultural understanding of respect, honor and social standing. Actions or words that are disrespectful may cause somebody to “lose face” while gifts, awards and other respect-giving actions may “give face”.

  72. 450.org 说:
    @Curmudgeon

    You’re preaching to the choir about the TPP. It is what you say it is and it also was a constructive China containment strategy. Trump has no strategy. He has no plan. So no, absent a plan, what Trump is doing is many times more detrimental than what the TPP would have done, at least in regard to geopolitical power and influence.

    • 同意: Curmudgeon
  73. Anonymous[374]• 免责声明 说:
    @DB Cooper

    就是因为全世界都在指责中国,所以中国在猛烈抨击,比如上周的边境事件。 因为印度将很快加入世界卫生组织的董事会。

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nathu_La_and_Cho_La_clashes

    Based pajeets are not only occupying “South Tibet”, they are also occupying the head of the sad Taiwanese “nationalist” who dreams big from his little island redoubt.

    我希望麦克阿瑟当年还是总统。

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    • 回复: @Astuteobservor II
  74. Wow, I’m impressed. Pepe managed to shill for the CCP without using “game changer” once. He’s expanding his repertoire!

  75. @denk

    为什么将日本拖入这一困境,是因为您一直对日本人有自卑感,而日本人的成就却超过您?

    中国人是东方的犹太人,他们像暴躁的“南京大屠杀”一样编造暴行宣传,以涂污敌人。 可悲的是,世界相信了这些骗子。

    你的嫉妒被注意到

    • 回复: @FB
    , @denk
    , @Alden
  76. FB 说: • 您的网站
    @Just Passing Through

    Get real, shrimp…

    Japan has never been anything more than an appendage to China…even their language and religion comes from China…

    As for the bedtime story about Japan surrendering because of those two atomic bombs…well…had it not been for Uncle Joe, the US would probably still be fighting to subdue little Japan…

    炸弹没有击败日本……斯大林做到了

    您可以粘贴所有想要的愚蠢的Reddit卡通,但也许可以看看它的战斗历史 US Eighth Army in Korea…

    美国第八集团军的失败导致了有史以来美军部队中最长的撤退。

    The Chinese of 1950, still a third world country, were able to practically sweep the US off the entire Korean peninsual…had they wanted to, they probably could have…the nutcase Macarthur was so enraged with impotence that he demanded Truman use nukes…Truman fired him…

    中国的进攻继续对美军施加压力,美军失去了韩国首都首尔。

    Eighth Army’s morale and esprit de corps hit rock bottom, to where it was widely regarded as a broken, defeated rabble.

    Your shrimpyness is noted…

    • 巨魔: thetruth
    • 回复: @Wielgus
  77. @denk

    I don’t think India is stupid enough to go beyond retarded news in English. Especially not to the point of repeating 1962. As an outside observer, PLA can really kick India’s ass right now as the constraints of 1962 is gone. But india got nukes. 1962 2.0 would not happen again.

    If I was India I would try to milk USA vs China for all it’s worth, without real commitments. Especially for tech transfers and economy benefits.

    • 回复: @denk
  78. @Anonymous

    China really needs nuclear parity so retards like this wouldn’t exist.

  79. HeebHunter 说:

    Lol, ever notice how third world commie countries all portray Americans as hook-nosed kikes?

  80. Getaclue 说:
    @paranoid goy

    Basically David Rockefeller is responsible for “Modern” China — it’s all his handiwork (and allied Globalist “Foundations”, CFR, Trilateral Commission, the Club of Rome, various Banksters, Wall Street etc., Henry Kissinger was always under him and working for his goals, NWO Kissinger — Mason, CFR etc.) –without Rockefeller there is NO modern China– no China hybrid war abilities etc., research it — China is the NWO Globalist “Model” — Peons have NO Rights and what will emerge if the NWO can pull it off will be the worst of both systems — Crony Capitalism and Authoritarian ChiCom type rule — World Wide.

    The “Medical Martial Law” plan they are rolling out now is how they plan to accomplish it — cratering the USA was always required according to them, the USA stood in the way of their “plan”, and if you listen to the UN types they have not tried to hide this point at all — at a recent Vatican Conference where they were all in attendance with their man Pope F this was explicitly stated and all agreed with applause etc. — they aren’t trying to hide it, they count on the Peons being stupid enough to accept and allow their own enslavement in order to be “saved” by them from the very “crisis” they create. It’s also a Masonic thing– create chaos and then bring in the planned “change” as a result.

    “Some even believe we [Rockefeller family] are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as ‘internationalists’ and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure – One World, if you will.If that’s the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it” — David Rockefeller in his Memoir of his life.

    “We are grateful to The Washington Post, The New York Times, Time Magazine and other great publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected their promises of discretion for almost forty years. It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subject to the bright lights of publicity during those years. But, the work is now much more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a World Government.The supranational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the national auto-determination practiced in past centuries”. — David Rockefeller to Trilateral Commission in 1991

    They don’t really hide what they are going to do and are doing: https://www.zerohedge.com/political/bizarre-eu-funded-comic-book-predicted-pandemic-globalists-saviours?fbclid=IwAR3tnDPsfM2mvnnuHG7gBqdAlcQYeUPr0HhZtB9iSs7gkK3ziuIT91F9RAo

    This actually explains the how and why — the history of how we got to where we are to day: https://www.corbettreport.com/bigoil/

  81. Realist 说:
    @John Nada

    You are perfect for US propaganda.

    I see you are new here also…part of fresh new troll group.

    • 回复: @Poco
  82. Attila 说:

    Used to quite like his writing once upon a time. No more as he sounds like a gloating fan boi paid shill for the even more annoying Chicoms. What happened to team BRICS?

  83. HeebHunter 说:
    @ChuckOrloski

    Lol, muttmerica is truly a slave nation.

    • 回复: @antibeast
  84. Wood Stove 说:

    Covid-19 is a media-created hoax. It does not exist. They are merely reclassifying terminally ill deceased as “covid deaths”, using the media to panic monger everyone with fake news fear porn into absurd levels of mass hysteria and impose previously unimaginable levels of tyranny on the world population.

    [更多]

    Meanwhile, their own statistics show that the average age of a “covid death” is 80 years old and almost all of them had preexisting illnesses. Even if you believe the media lie of “covid-19”, it really is no worse than the typical flu. No one seems to know anyone who is dying from “covid” despite being in crowded supermarkets during lockdowns, and yet there is no visible pandemic. Only in the lying media does this pandemic exist.

    Yet the reality of new tyrannical measures does exist. This is the entire point. This is a move towards world government, universal forced vaccination, cashless society (coz “covid” spreads on muh cash!), probably humans will be microchipped by these megalomaniac devil-worshippers at the top, and you will be starved into compliance because they are using the hysteria to crater our economies. Human life depends on a functioning economy. They are intentionally destroying it

    The fact that this whole lie started in China proves that the CCP is in on this plot. Presumably they have some important role to play in this dystopian future nightmare realm of death and terror planet the satanists are constructing right now.

    Be afraid. Be very afraid. But not of the “covid-19” fake news virus. Be afraid of the future these humanity-hating genocidal maniacs intend for you, your parents, your siblings, your children, and your friends. It will make a Soviet gulag look like a boy scout summer camp.

  85. You would think that a Brazilian like Escobar would have the brains to see other possibilities. Instead, he seems content to be a ‘useful idiot’ for Communist regimes.

    China has only one thing to offer the world: a highly traumatized and compliant work-force, desperately aware of how close they are to the next famine.

    Contrast that with countries from Mexico to Brazil to Argentina. There is a massive quantity of untapped talent, resources and capacity in the Western Hemisphere. America need only to inject some humility into its’ incredible Judaized, and thus stupid and corrupt. elite and managerial classes. The possibility of mutually beneficial business deals with Latin America and the Caribbean are near endless.

    In the short-run, the world needs China to manufacture. In the long run, China needs the world. They cannot innovate. They are not sophisticated thinkers by any means. They are handicappped by a complex written system of ideograms that renders the average person only able to read a magazine article by the time they enter college. They have used this to shut the rest of the world out and as a way to control access to information. The consequence of this is that they have trapped themselves inside a box that stifles creativity.
    We don’t need China. China needs the World.
    The moment that the Africans see the West doing actual mutually beneficial deals with Latin America they will dump the Chinese like a hot potato.

    • 回复: @Olivier1973
    , @HeebHunter
  86. Curmudgeon 说:
    @Just Passing Through

    上下文就是一切。 当然,蒙古人杀死了数百万人,但他们给了他们一个先投降的机会。 如果他们拒绝了,他们将被歼灭,只剩下两三个人被送到下一个目标,告诉他们这笔交易将是什么。 从那时起,一些部落,例如卡扎尔人(Khazars)屈服了,并且蓬勃发展。
    Yes, the Mongols were invading Europe, but they also stopped the Muslim invasion dead in its tracks and pushed them back. So, the Europeans, who had been trying to stave off Muslim invasions for 300+ years, were faced with a different invader. Genghis Khan’s death after driving back the Muslim invasion, allegedly 750k in Baghdad alone, probably saved Europe from Islam, as the invaders returned to select the new leader.

    • 回复: @Hiram of Tyre
  87. Thim 说:

    First they build you up, then they tear you down. The Japs learned that the hard way, and Hitler too. The Chinese are about to learn it, good and hard. As godless heathens, they wouldn’t value the source, but the Bible says, pride goes before the fall.

  88. @Curmudgeon

    “where doing what is expected of you is seen as a reason to celebrate a great achievement.“

    And nowhere is this more evident than among black players in the NFL where celebrating after every tackle, pass deflection, completion or run is taken to obscene (literally) levels. Orwell spoke of the “negroification” of European culture. To the extent that we whites have adopted the manners and morals of the Negro, we have lost our pride in our own great abilities and accomplishments. Priss Factor is right about the devastating effect black dominance in the NFL and NBA has had upon white self esteem. Is it an accident that television plays up those sports in which our young people see few heroic, white gladiators?

    • 回复: @Trinity
  89. @steinbergfeldwitzcohen

    We don’t need the USA. The USA need the World, China included.

  90. Biff 说:
    @Change that Matters

    The winners here should be the former USSR countries,

    I would trust you with five dollars.

    • 哈哈: FB
  91. Anonymous[265]• 免责声明 说:
    @KA

    OK, your wish is granted. You and I (hence, “we”) have just declared a moratorium on the research you named.

    Wait- nobody is obeying us! The ingrates! Who would they obey?

    Who, indeed.

  92. thetruth 说:
    @Godfree Roberts

    Just to make it clear, China has NEVER agreed to let WHO or anyone else to investigate the Source of Covid-19 virus. ALL China agreed is the Evaluation and Study of the response for pandemic After this Pandemic is cleared.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/19/us/politics/trump-who-coronavirus.html

    W.H.O. Members Reject Trump’s Demands but Agree to Study Its Virus Response

    The outcome left the United States isolated as officials from China, Russia and the European Union chided Mr. Trump over his heated threats.
    ...
    The resolution approved by W.H.O. members without objection promised a “comprehensive evaluation” of the organization that would review “experience gained and lessons learned from the W.H.O.-coordinated international health response to Covid-19.”

    • 回复: @FB
    , @KA
    , @Godfree Roberts
  93. @Rev. Spooner

    We’ve been waiting for the political analog.

  94. Poco 说:
    @Adûnâi

    It’s definitely raysiss to not love China and not want to be just like them. To not want to be dependent on manufacturing from China. To not want their government. To not want their citizens here. To not acknowledge their inevitable superiority in every way. Raysiss, raysiss, raysiss.

    • 回复: @Adûnâi
    , @antibeast
  95. Poco 说:
    @Realist

    I bet he’s raysiss too!

  96. FB 说: • 您的网站
    @thetruth

    This is troll humor…some shrimp calling himself ‘the truth’ pastes a bunch of diarrhea from The New York Times…

    • 同意: Godfree Roberts
    • 巨魔: thetruth
  97. jonhwho 说:

    It’s good to be free. Just saying we are not necessarily freer than the Russians or the Chinese.

    • 回复: @denk
  98. @Curmudgeon

    上下文就是一切。 当然,蒙古人杀死了数百万人,但他们给了他们一个先投降的机会。 如果他们拒绝了,他们将被歼灭,只剩下两三个人被送到下一个目标,告诉他们这笔交易将是什么。 从那时起,一些部落,例如卡扎尔人(Khazars)屈服了,并且蓬勃发展。
    Yes, the Mongols were invading Europe, but they also stopped the Muslim invasion dead in its tracks and pushed them back. So, the Europeans, who had been trying to stave off Muslim invasions for 300+ years, were faced with a different invader. Genghis Khan’s death after driving back the Muslim invasion, allegedly 750k in Baghdad alone, probably saved Europe from Islam, as the invaders returned to select the new leader.

    I am afraid you’re (honestly) parroting the narrative of history written by the (Western Orientalist) victors.

    The sacking of Baghdad in the hands of the Mongols (and Al-Ghazali on the ground) had nothing to do with Islam and/or the invasion of Europe by the Muslims. It was sponsored by the Venetian Oligarchy to thwart progress.

    “As the following story details, Venice was at the center of the efforts to destroy the advanced European civilization of the eleventh and twelfth centuries, and bears a crushing burden of guilt for the ascendancy of the Black Guelphs and the coming of the black plague. The Venetians were the intelligencers for the Mongol army of Ghengis Khan and his heirs, and had a hand in guiding them to the sack of Baghdad and the obliteration of its renaissance in the thirteenth century. “ — [“Against Oligarchy”, Webster Tarpley]

    Baghdad was the center of a Renaissance where scientists, philosophers, poets, et al. came together to advance their respective fields. Precious knowledge was translated to Greek that found its way to Europe. The “Islamic Golden Age” is what allowed Europe to rise from its Dark Age. All of this transfer was made possible with the strong diplomatic ties between Charlemagne and Haroun Al-Rashid.

    Following the destruction of Baghdad, Al-Ghazali essentially burned all the libraries and imposed a mystical and backward mindset that plunged Baghdad and most of the region in the abyss for many centuries.

    • 谢谢: FB, Godfree Roberts
    • 回复: @anon
    , @Seraphim
    , @Biff
    , @Curmudgeon
  99. denk 说:
    @Just Passing Through

    是的,帕特尔,
    JP被拖入与中国的选美大战中, 一路尖叫和踢。

    我的时间很宝贵
    笨拙的混蛋,就像你离我远去。

    https://qph.fs.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-aa3b119543ee63c63d9893cc14a9de33-c

    http://m.koreatimes.co.kr/phone/news/view.jsp?req_newsidx=135776

    • 回复: @Grahamsno(G64)
  100. denk 说:
    @Astuteobservor II

    But india got nukes.

    这是 the rub.

    Their fav refrain these days ,
    ‘We’ve nukes now, all of China’s major cities are within range’

    Even when they only had the puny Agni 1, there was talk about nuking the three gorges dam.

    Dont under estimate Indian recklessness, especially when they had a huge chip on their shoulder.

    Why’r they picking fight at this moment, they see another ‘opportunity’, no doubt with prodding from we know who.

    • 回复: @Anonymous
  101. anon[161]• 免责声明 说:
    @Hiram of Tyre

    感谢您的参考。

    • 回复: @Hiram of Tyre
  102. denk 说:
    @jonhwho

    自由是好事. Just saying we are not necessarily freer than the Russians or the Chinese

    [[[They]]] are mocking us again.
    任务完成。

    I heard the next plan on [[[their]]] drawing board…
    Married couples can only make love once a week.
    太多 无用的食者 are bad for [[[their]]] health,

    呵呵呵呵呵

    • 回复: @c matt
  103. @anon

    Most welcome. I forgot to cite the link to the reference if you wish to read further:

    https://archive.org/stream/pdfy--vMPBwiHw_IDIeob/Against+Oligarchy+by+Webster+Griffin+Tarpley_djvu.txt

    It’s also sub-divided on Tarpley’s website:

    https://tarpley.net/online-books/against-oligarchy/

  104. HeebHunter 说:
    @steinbergfeldwitzcohen

    Chinese are not creative…
    That is the oldest, stupidest meme that seems to linger in the mind of whitoids as some kind of coping mechanism.
    搞笑

    • 回复: @steinbergfeldwitzcohen
  105. Anon[397]• 免责声明 说:

    Mongol invade—–the plague —–mass killed in Europe—-people start to question God—-Renaissance —– Industry revolution(lack of population=machines in need) —–Colonial Empires rise in EU—–USA foundation

    History is fun. You will never know what happens next.

  106. Seraphim 说:
    @Hiram of Tyre

    Are you aware that Al-Ghazali lived between 1058 and 1111 and therefore ‘the mystical and backward mindset that plunged Baghdad and most of the region in the abyss for many centuries’ started hundred years before Genghis Khan, who did not destroy Baghdad anyway because he was dead for 30 years?
    Anyhow the Renaissance owes very little to the ‘Islamic Golden Age’. ‘Precious knowledge was translated to Greek that found its way to Europe’, well, no. Precious Greek knowledge was translated FROM Greek to Arabic prior to the 11th century. Western Europe went directly to Byzantium to acquire the Greek manuscripts of Greek philosophy.

    • 不同意: Biff, Hiram of Tyre
    • 回复: @Hiram of Tyre
  107. Wielgus 说:
    @FB

    The Chinese had problems of their own. A Chinese division needed 40 tonnes of supplies a day, in contrast to a US division’s need for 600. But even with their modest requirements the Chinese could not keep their troops supplied and their logistical problems became worse the further south they advanced, although they captured quite a lot of UN (mostly US) supplies and depended rather heavily on such captures. That they ran out of steam south of Seoul was pretty inevitable – the Chinese could not supply their soldiers that far south.

    • 同意: FB
    • 回复: @Godfree Roberts
  108. Miro23 说:
    @Tor597

    Just wanted to point out the excellent concept of cultural sovereignty as something that is akin to territorial sovereignty.

    Both are needed, but cultural sovereignty is ever more important to inoculate your citizens against globe homo.

    Sovereignties is an interesting concept. What General Qiao said was, “Don’t think that only territorial sovereignty is linked to the fundamental interests of a nation. Other kinds of sovereignty – economic, financial, defense, food, resources, biological and cultural sovereignty – are all linked to the interests and survival of nations and are components of national sovereignty.”

    This means that in the territorial area of sovereign China, the various sovereignties (economic, financial, defense, food, resources, biological and cultural) are the property of ethnic Chinese – it’s their home.

    It would be an error and betrayal of the Chinese people to have any of these sovereignties ceded, for example to Englishmen.

    Colonialism/Imperialism is exactly the process of ceding the whole list of sovereignties (including territorial) to a foreign people (e.g. the Indian Empire) under the British.

  109. Biff 说:
    @Hiram of Tyre

    Baghdad was the center of a Renaissance where scientists, philosophers, poets, et al. came together to advance their respective fields. Precious knowledge was translated to Greek that found its way to Europe. The “Islamic Golden Age” is what allowed Europe to rise from its Dark Age.

    I remember when I was attending university back in the 1980’s we were told the oldest universities were in the Middle East, and in particular – Baghdad. Where Algebra was born and Roman numerals went to die.

    Do a google search these days and Baghdad is never mentioned.

    • 同意: Hiram of Tyre
  110. Alden 说:
    @DB Cooper

    不仅仅是亚洲的印度 IT 工作者。 这是从医生到技术人员的亚洲对医学的接管。 因为我是白人民族主义种族主义者,我的医生都是,每个人,我很自豪地说是美国白人男性。 在加州不容易。

    我以前看过加州大学洛杉矶分校医学院的课程。 90% 的女性 中国人 1 或 2 黑人 1 或 2 白人 其余的菲律宾裔 西班牙裔 印度裔 阿拉伯人。 90% 的男性中国人 1 或 2 白人,其余的西班牙裔印度人没有黑人。

    他们是中国人,主要是中国公民。 对美国亚裔的歧视与对美国白人的歧视一样糟糕。

    至少医学院不接受美国白人,花他们的钱和时间,让他们毕业后进入一个他们无法就业的世界,因为他们是白人,就像工程和项目部门一样。

    会计师事务所雇用印度和菲律宾女性,至少在加利福尼亚州不需要白人男性申请。

  111. Alden 说:
    @Just Passing Through

    因为中国的文明和文化源于中国,所以中国人称日本猴岛为“猴子见”,“猴子做”

  112. Alden 说:
    @DB Cooper

    我很震惊我告诉你,震惊🙀

    你一定是错的不可能。 只有白人歧视。

  113. Lol 说:
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Good, I hardly see why the rest of the world should have to pay above market wages to entitled Americans who did the same things they blame China for doing now. So cry us a river.lol

    You somehow pretend the French didn’t largely win your revolution for you, that exports to Europe and European money didn’t build your country initially and that then you didn’t steal IP whenever you felt like it. Now go pound sand.

    Edit: there’s also no reason for the rest of the world to care for your IP considering its a system designed by your corrupt politicians at the behest of their corporate overlords. All IP should expire in ten years.

    • 谢谢: Mary Marianne
    • 回复: @Poco
  114. Jedro 说:

    中国没有意识到自己的敌人是以色列,远程思想家吗? Covid =以色列。 9/11等于以色列。

    • 回复: @Just Passing Through
  115. @denk

    我的时间很宝贵

    I’m sure you got some lats to fly right?

  116. @Jedro

    以色列和中国历来携手合作过。 中国人被称为“东方犹太人”是有充分理由的。

    以色列在这里与他们的中国同胞携手合作,在美国白人的帮助下开发IAI Lavi,然后将其设计出售给中国,中国现在将其部署为J-10

    https://www.alternatehistory.com/forum/attachments/j-10_and_lavi-jpg.108197/

    • 回复: @denk
  117. Ber 说:
    @KA

    无论哪个政党在选举中获胜,美国人要么被左角刺伤,要么被同一只野兽的右角刺伤。

  118. Herald 说:
    @KA

    Trump is serious about getting out of Afghanistan.

    Trump can’t ever be taken seriously.

  119. denk 说:
    @Just Passing Through

    愚蠢的帕特尔(Patel)用相同的旧BS向UNZ发送垃圾邮件,他妈的一个小马。

    呵呵呵

    离开地下室,获得生活。

    https://www.jpost.com/Israel-News/Defense-ties-with-India-booming-like-never-before-492237

  120. denk 说:
    @Just Passing Through

    蒙古人竖起了成吉思汗的大雕像,这是历史上最伟大的大规模杀人犯之一!

    愚蠢的混蛋,
    蒙古帝国是 历史。

    盎格鲁/印度帝国仍在 work in progress……in 21C

    -----
    Remember how [[[they]]] justify the Iraq genocide….?

    伊拉克士兵和那些婴儿保育箱。

    Meanwhile, back at Falluja, unarmed men were slaughtered; children mutilated and murdered. Some women “spontaneously aborted babies due to the terrible shock and pressure of carpet bombing”. (Go to We Hold These Truths – and click on ‘Kill on Sight’).
    At Falluja hospital, according to the notes of a Turkish doctor, Hakim Mirzoev there was “an endless stream of wounded children, women, and elders. Not dozens – hundreds! On the third day the medicines started to come to the end. Especially anaesthetics and antibiotics”. Then the Americans stormed the wards, strip searched the doctors, smashed the last bottle of Iodine, dragged away the half dead male patients, as family visitors wailed and watched in horror

    https://web.archive.org/web/20140114114831/http://richardneville.com/Journal/2004/journal161204.html

  121. @Seraphim

    Are you aware that Al-Ghazali lived between 1058 and 1111 and therefore ‘the mystical and backward mindset that plunged Baghdad and most of the region in the abyss for many centuries’ started hundred years before Genghis Khan, who did not destroy Baghdad anyway because he was dead for 30 years?
    Anyhow the Renaissance owes very little to the ‘Islamic Golden Age’. ‘Precious knowledge was translated to Greek that found its way to Europe’, well, no. Precious Greek knowledge was translated FROM Greek to Arabic prior to the 11th century. Western Europe went directly to Byzantium to acquire the Greek manuscripts of Greek philosophy.

    I did not attribute the sacking of Baghdad was Genghis Khan’s work but the mongol hordes (sponsored by Venice) before him.

    On quite the contrary, the European Renaissance owes quite a bit to the “Islamic Golden Age” in the same way the Ancient Greeks and Romans owe quite a bit to the Egyptians, Canaanite-Phoenicians, Mesopotamians, Indians, et al. All of this was, unfortunately, erased and/or omitted in the Western version of history beginning the 19th century by the racist and anti-Semitic (in the sense of against Semites and not Jewish) Anglo-Saxon ruling class.

    British-gentry Houston Chamberlain, who Joseph Goebbels and Adolf Hitler considered their “spiritual father” went as far as claiming that the ancient Greeks and Romans were Germanic tribes. In essence, they, the Anglo-Saxon ruling erased all Eastern and Near-Eastern influence on the formation of their Europe :

    What is interesting, however, is the following statement: according to Chamberlain, the Romans and the Greeks, the founding fathers of our European civilization, were indeed Germans. The Germanic giants from the forests of the north were “blood from their blood and spirit from their spirit” and, as such, “the true heir of the Romans and of the Greeks13”. In very ancient times, Germanic tribes had come from the north to colonize the south. They settled down in Greece and Rome, enjoying the benefits of cultural photosynthesis, thanks to the sun and mild climate of the Mediterranean. While their cousins who had stayed in the north still ate raw meat and lived in caverns, the Germans of the South―that is to say, the Greeks and the Romans―ate healthy food and created civilisation. They then left testimonies of their genius in immaculate and pristine temples that were currently used, in the 19th century, to demonstrate the superiority of white mankind. This idea was borrowed by Chamberlain from many racist historians and theoreticians of the time. To prove the excellence of Germanic blood, scientists and race specialists had argued, since the 1830’s, that every light came from the North, and not from the East. This is summed up by Chamberlain who, contrary to Hegel who wrote “Ex oriente lux”, pretends that “Ex septentrione lux”: the beacon of civilization lies in the north with the white Germanic race.

    — “From Humanism to Nazism: Antiquity in the Work of Houston Stewart Chamberlain”, Johann Chapoutot

    伯纳尔(Bernal)建议用他所谓的“古代模式”来解释古希腊的发展。 公元前五世纪至公元五世纪的古典,古希腊和后来的异教希腊人认为,他们的祖先曾因埃及和腓尼基人的殖民化而文明化,后来希腊人对埃及的研究也产生了影响。 直到公元XNUMX世纪,埃及才被视为包括希腊人在内的所有“外邦人”哲学和学习的源泉,并且据信,希腊人仅保留了这一智慧的一部分。 伯纳尔(Bernal)提出,由此造成的失落感以及对失去的智慧的追寻是XNUMX世纪科学发展的主要动机。

    伯纳尔(Bernal)认为,古代模型一直被历史学家从古代到2100世纪所接受,然后仅出于反犹太主义和种族主义的原因而被拒绝。 他认为埃及和腓尼基人对古希腊人的影响始于公元前二千年的上半叶。他得出结论,希腊文明是这些殖民化和后来从整个地中海东部借来的文化混合物的结果。 这些来自埃及和黎凡特的借贷发生在公元前第二个千年或公元前1100年至XNUMX年的一千年中,伯纳尔认为这是希腊文化形成的时期! “古希腊人虽然为自己和最近的成就感到自豪,但他们并不认为他们的政治制度,科学,哲学或宗教是原始的。 相反,他们是通过早期殖民和后来希腊人在国外的研究,从整个东部,特别是从埃及衍生出来的。”

    [...]

    Aryan模型是有关古希腊人发展的一种替代理论,最早出现在1890世纪上半叶。 它否认了埃及定居点的任何影响,并对腓尼基人的作用表示怀疑。 这种模式的极端版本​​是在1920年代的欧洲反犹太主义盛行时期提出的,然后在1930年代和XNUMX年代提出。 这种特殊的解释甚至否认了腓尼基人的文化影响力。” 根据雅利安(Aryan)模型,北方发生了入侵,这是古代作家没有描述的入侵,它已经克服了希腊以前的现有文化。 希腊文明被认为是讲印欧语的希腊人和他们所统治的老年人的融合的结果。

    — “The Myth of Greek Ethnic Purity”, John Shea

    Yes, knowledge was indeed translated from Greek to Arabic prior to the 11th century AD. This is an honest mistake on my part where I meant to write that precious knowledge was translated from Arabic to the languages of Europe.

    • 回复: @Half-Jap
  122. @Biff

    I remember when I was attending university back in the 1980’s we were told the oldest universities were in the Middle East, and in particular – Baghdad. Where Algebra was born and Roman numerals went to die.

    Do a google search these days and Baghdad is never mentioned.

    I am not surprised. Eastern and Near-Eastern influence on the formation of the Western World had been discarded and/or omitted from the Western narrative of history since the 19th century where the Anglo-Saxon ruling class could not bare the idea that their Europe had Afro-Asiatic roots. They went as far as claiming that the Ancient Greeks and Romans were Germanic tribes and replaced the real migration/influence from the East to an invented one from the North. I invite you to read/peruse the following references if you wish to know more:

    [更多]

    To the general historian, the volume offers an alternative history of the Mediterranean before Rome, balancing the hellenocentric narratives that have so long determined the shape of ‘Western’ civilization.

    “腓尼基人与西方世界的形成”,约翰·斯科特(John C. Scott)
    https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=2047&context=ccr

    When Rome collapsed under the weight of its feudal and self-cannibalizing economic policies, Europe was plunged into what was indeed a Dark Age. What made European recovery possible was an East-West alliance developed with the political and economic intervention of the thriving Baghdad caliphate through relations it had established with the Holy Roman Emperor Charlemagne. This international alliance had economic progress as its foundation, and threatened to permanently depose its reactionary opponents. Therefore feudalists on both sides of the Mediterranean fought the ninth century Euro-lslamic axis, using every means of warfare, from military to economic. We see here a straight line of political continuity from Plato and the great humanists of ancient Greece, through the Islamic Renaissance, to the Renaissance in Europe and its political inheritors of our own day. Just as clear is the continuity of humanism’s enemies.

    “Islamic Humanism Against the Dark Age”, The Campaigner 1979
    http://wlym.com/archive/campaigner/7909.pdf

    What is interesting, however, is the following statement: according to Chamberlain, the Romans and the Greeks, the founding fathers of our European civilization, were indeed Germans.

    “从人文主义到纳粹主义:休斯顿·斯图尔特·张伯伦作品中的古代”,约翰·查普托
    https://journals.openedition.org/miranda/6680

    Aryan模型是有关古希腊人发展的一种替代理论,最早出现在1890世纪上半叶。 它否认了埃及定居点的任何影响,并对腓尼基人的作用表示怀疑。 这种模式的极端版本​​是在1920年代的欧洲反犹太主义盛行时期提出的,然后在1930年代和XNUMX年代提出。 这种特殊的解释甚至否认了腓尼基人的文化影响力。” 根据雅利安(Aryan)模型,北方发生了入侵,这是古代作家没有描述的入侵,它已经克服了希腊以前的现有文化。 希腊文明被认为是讲印欧语的希腊人和他们所统治的老年人的融合的结果。

    ” The Myth of Greek Ethnic ‘Purity’”, John Shea
    http://www.historyofmacedonia.org/AncientMacedonia/greekmyth.html

    • 谢谢: Biff
  123. @carlusjr

    Not quite true. Ecological damage is reversible and, ironically, it’s the Chinese showing the world how to:

    – Beijing and other northern cities have vastly improved air quality today compared to what it was in the 2000s.
    – China’s main rivers and key lakes and reservoirs have all shown improvement in the last 10 years.
    – China has won vast swathes of land from the desert through reforestation and for agricultural purposes.

    Of course, there is still lots of pollution going on in China (since they’re not returning to pre-industrial times), but the overall quality of the various ecosystems present in their country have improved immensely when compared to the 2000s. Not everything about the relationship between humans and nature must be negative; you need only look to China’s Loess Plateau or their Saihanba forest to see what kind of dramatically positive change humanity can affect vis-a-vis their environment. I believe similar positive approaches regarding ecology can be applied elsewhere too — both inside and outside of China. The point, however, is that you need political & economical efforts from the top working in conjunction with the support of the local community for such positive green initiatives to become a reality.

    • 回复: @AaronB
    , @Godfree Roberts
  124. Poco 说:
    @Lol

    What America did bad. Europe shouldn’t have allowed themselves to be taken advantage of.

    What China does good. America should allow itself to be taken advantage of like Europe shouldn’t have been.

    Sounds like the retardation of immigration supporters. The american indians were invaded and subjected. Bad.

    Invasion and subjugation of whites should be welcomed. Good.

  125. AaronB 说:
    @Mary Marianne

    Not quite true. Ecological damage is reversible and, ironically, it’s the Chinese showing the world how to

    I have always felt the distinctive contribution of Chinese civilization to modern times will never come in creative technology – in which they will never match the historic West – but in introducing a new relationship between man and technology rooted in its Taoist past and respect for nature.

    I am now China skeptic – but if China does that, I would be the biggest China booster alive.

    Promethean Western culture is dying – China came late to the game and has shown no ability to make any serious contribution here. Few have, outside the West. There is no shame in that – it was a very distinctive set of circumstances and attitudes that led to its flourishing for a few centuries.

    But it is dying across the globe now, and instead of a futile effort to slavishly imitate the Old West, China can play to its strengths and pioneer a new approach to technology rooted in respect for nature, while remaining technologically competitive and modern.

    China can pioneer a new kind of modernity rooted on its nature loving traditions.

    As for ecological recovery, New England experienced tremendous reforestation since the 19th century, when it was massively deforested. So there is nothing irreversible about ecological decline.

    • 同意: Godfree Roberts
    • 回复: @Anon
    , @thetruth
  126. mike99588 说:
    @450.org

    Interesting how your general is showing a new built Chinese tower collapsing….
    Happens all the time but they hush it up.

    • 回复: @denk
  127. Trinity 说:
    @ThreeCranes

    NOPE, it is no accident. The Klitschko brothers DOMINATED the heavyweight division of boxing for a decade and now we have a giant Irishmen, Tyson Fury, who is THE REAL HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION OF THE WORLD. But boxing suddenly went from a mainstream sport to a third tier sport when the Eastern Europeans started dominating the boxing scene in various weight division. Boxing went from receiving major coverage on ESPN to only minor coverage unless a negro like Floyd Mayweather fights. The heavyweight boxing champion USED to be the most important title in all of sports. Of course now that a White man owns it, an Irishman who has publicly criticized the Jews at that, boxing no longer matters and is only slightly more popular than NASCAR and lacrosse.

    • 同意: YetAnotherAnon
  128. @Adûnâi

    欠发达的国家(讨厌PC术语为“发展中国家”)甚至想要疫苗吗? 无论如何,他们有太多的人,任何适度的死亡对他们的社会都是有利的。

    That is not exactly true; the Global South does not have “too many people”. The land size of Africa alone is equal to that of the USA + China + India + half of Europe. 60% of the world’s arable land is inside Africa. Yet Africa’s population, at 1.34 billion (or 16.72% of the world population), is smaller than China’s 1.4 billion people (or 18.47% of the world population). And on top of that, China is capable of feeding itself with only about 10% of the world’s arable land in its possession.

    The truth is that the Global South has been, as you said, severely underperforming. It CAN house a lot more people if the governments were less corrupt, if there was less mismanagement of its resources, and if there was less war and violence to disrupt its societies. Whether it SHOULD be housing more people is a different matter…

    • 回复: @Adûnâi
  129. denk 说:
    @mike99588

    笨蛋。

    Do you even understand what’s
    控制拆除。 ?

    • 回复: @denk
  130. denk 说:
    @denk

    如果您没有意识到,这就是FUKUS如何启动其生物武器计划的方式。
    Washington granted amnesty to Jp war criminals who ran unit 731, in exchange for their experiment data, done on live Chinese civilians ……and murikkan战俘。

    https://ahrp.org/scholarly-analyses-confirm-u-s-complicity-in-creating-a-sense-of-collective-amnesia/

    虚假的叔叔不遗余力地测试了朝鲜战争中有关中国/朝鲜平民的新发现知识。

    FUKUS went on to build the world’s largest bio weapon program, true to form, on the false pretext of ‘减少威胁‘ purpose, with hundreds of bio weapon labs all over the world, including many right at Russia/China’s doorstep., the same way [[[they]]] deploy missiles all around Russia/China’s front yard.

    • 同意: Patagonia Man
  131. @John Hagan

    I never understood why Americans continue to vote in such idiots after 40 years of stagnation/decline. Is there nothing else besides Democrats and Republicans? Why not vote Green or Libertarian, or basically anything that is not those two parties (who are two sides of the same coin anyway) for a change?

    • 回复: @Wielgus
    , @Parfois1
    , @mark tapley
  132. Adûnâi 说:
    @Poco

    > “It’s definitely raysiss to not love China and not want to be just like them.”

    Is that true? Do Western media propagate the ideas of expelling all non-Whites from America? Because there are no non-Chinese in China.

    • 回复: @Astuteobservor II
    , @Poco
  133. denk 说:
    @Just Passing Through

    帕特尔(Patel),您是所谓的HIQ Indian吗?

    1997年的第一个链接
    2003年的第二个链接
    你一直在向垃圾邮件发送垃圾邮件

    第三个链接告诉我们
    自2005年以来,福克斯就禁止以色列向中国出售武器。
    [对于 尾巴摇狗 嗯?]

    福库斯和以色列都毫无问题地向印度出售高科技武器。 特殊关系。

    https://www.outlookindia.com/newsscroll/israeli-foreign-ministers-first-call-abroad-is-to-india-vows-to-strengthen-ties/1839829

    https://indianexpress.com/article/opinion/why-are-india-israel-ties-so-special-narendra-modi-benyamin-netanyahu-4732652/

    https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/politics-and-nation/narendra-modi-describes-indias-ties-with-israel-as-special/articleshow/59427894.cms

    https://www.jpost.com/Israel-News/Defense-ties-with-India-booming-like-never-before-492237

    所以你度过了整个他妈的夜晚,那是你最好的选择吗?

    摆脱我的视线愚蠢的混蛋
    我的时间很宝贵

    • 回复: @Just Passing Through
  134. Adûnâi 说:
    @Mary Marianne

    > “The truth is that the Global South has been, as you said, severely underperforming. It CAN house a lot more people if the governments were less corrupt, if there was less mismanagement of its resources, and if there was less war and violence to disrupt its societies.”

    But when it is “underperforming” (to what metric?), does it require less people? The moment America erupts into civil war, Africa will experience a great dying.

    Also, do you mean massive deforestation as part of those efforts to feed the Negro population? Or just the current level of agricultural development? I’m actually ignorant in these matters.

    Still, by the underdeveloped countries, I did not merely mean Negro Africa (which doesn’t even house that many humans, just Negroes), I meant India, Egypt and Brazil, which are certainly hugely overpopulated.

  135. @denk

    中国不应该感谢Patels吗? 或更准确地说,是“ Gowadia”的?

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noshir_Gowadia

    https://abcnews.go.com/Technology/story?id=2645205&page=1

    新的 印中以色列 连结再次出现

    Gowadia被指控向中国以及德国,以色列和瑞士的个人出售机密信息。

    你说;

    福库和以色列都毫无疑问地向其特殊关系公司出售高科技武器给印度。

    这都是戏剧,以色列及其在美国的经纪人主持了这场演出,当他们与不同的实体对抗时,他们笑得很厉害。 以色列与中国也有非常特殊的关系。

    以色列向中国提供了军事援助,专门知识和技术。 美中经济与安全审查委员会的一份报告指出,“以色列在向中国提供武器系统和先进尖端军事技术的渠道方面仅次于俄罗斯,其次是法国和德国。”

    PLAN海军甚至在4年前进行了为期8天的友好访问,访问了蓬勃发展的海法港口。 很多时间转移秘密方法。

    然而,中国精英人士似乎变得粗暴,因此以色列摩萨德不得不通过对中国驻以色列大使杜唯进行有针对性的杀戮,将中国置于自己的位置。 中国,尽管拥有强大的力量,却对犹太国家的这种残酷的战争举止感到非常镇定,但是话又说回来,我也不想咬我的手。

    你说;

    所以你度过了整个他妈的夜晚,那是你最好的选择吗?

    摆脱我的视线愚蠢的混蛋
    我的时间很宝贵

    为何如此亵渎,因为人的名字始终是一个迹象,表明人们感到沮丧和凌驾。 另外,您的时间也不是那么宝贵,因为您一直在回答我的“愚蠢”评论。 哈哈

    最后,这是一篇有趣的文章,它确实是个问题。 汉族人能把犹太人赶出去吗? 还是它们会像其他尝试简单地模仿它们的小组一样失败?

    https://signal.supchina.com/why-does-china-admire-the-jews/

    只有时间会给出答案。

    • 回复: @denk
  136. bluedog 说:
    @Cowboy

    By golly boy you’ve been on the range to long talking to no one but yourself, and that’s been proved to be delusional as you post all your little one liners, as if that ‘s as far as your thought process goes….post less read more until you can come up to speed with rest>!!!!!!!!!!

    • 回复: @Cowboy
  137. AaronB 说:
    @Anon

    This is indeed good news and I will have to keep an eye on it. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.

    If it turns out it is sincere and not just an attempt at “greenwashing”, then I will certainly change my attitude to modern China. Although it isn’t the only factor affecting my attitude to China.

    We will see as time passes.

    Changi Airport in Singapore iirc recently redesigned itself as this fantastic forest like theme, I believe, which sounds very cool and rooted in ancient Chinese attitudes to nature.

    I remember reading about it in the NY Times last year.

  138. denk 说:
    @Just Passing Through

    因此,还有2006年的另一个链接。

    stupid cunt still dunno who’r the
    masters of universe…?

    https://www.jpost.com/Opinion/India-US-Israel-trilateral-ties-can-be-guiding-force-in-the-world-534633

    胜过

    罗特劳

    If this is a boxing match, you’d already been declared ed 五次。

    现在你进去了
    愚蠢的混蛋文件。

  139. @Adûnâi

    Don’t reason with racist, he is just the way he is.

    Same with religious people. Reasoning doesn’t work.

    • 回复: @Adûnâi
    , @Poco
  140. @HeebHunter

    真的吗?
    Then why do both China and Russia rely on Israel to steal American high-tech? Why did Israel go to great lengths to infiltrate Intel’s chip manufacturing in order to back door the Xeon server chip (please note how Intel stock has dropped as the server market dumps Intel and moves to AMD).
    You provide no counterpoint. Just hot air.
    Show me Chinese creativity.
    All I see is Western contractors hired to manage China’s economic rise since the 80’s. All financed by Jewish bankers. China has had no organic industrial development; all a creation of the West.

    • 回复: @showmethereal
  141. Adûnâi 说:
    @Astuteobservor II

    > “Don’t reason with racist, he is just the way he is.”
    “Same with religious people. Reasoning doesn’t work.”

    But I am racist! I love China for its being Chinese – as a concept. Obviously, I hate China for its being Chinese if I speak from the PoV of a European racist. Or I love them even as a racist – because having an entire race lose their will to live is scary.

    • 回复: @Astuteobservor II
  142. 这篇文章的日期是无关紧要的,事实是,印中在敏感技术上以及在无处不在的犹太国之间一直存在合作,尽管前者无意暗杀了他们的大使,但中国人似乎非常敬佩。真正的目的是,一个真正的民族主义中国会抓住这一时刻发动一场反PR进攻,但可惜的是,他们将继续随风而动,就像美国政府如何掩盖对美国自由号的令人震惊的攻击一样。

    记录下您的愤怒和恼怒。

    • 回复: @Adûnâi
    , @denk
  143. KA 说:
    @thetruth

    That is unfortunate but having seen the scores and impacts of inspection,evaluation and pontification with half truths and baldfaced lies from 1991 to 2019 on Iraq and Iran by UN and IAEA and noticing planting of evidence,,witnessing murder of scientists ,,China has secured a valid, legal and moral point . You can’t trust USA Germany Australia to get to Wuhan lab . Actually it shouldn’t allow anyone from India or Nigeria or Israel as well.

    • 回复: @thetruth
  144. Trinity 说:

    Did the Asian flu in the 1950’s and the Hong Kong flu in the 1960’s kill more people than the (((coronvirus?)))

  145. Wielgus 说:
    @Mary Marianne

    The US political system is designed for two parties, and third ones do not get traction and are probably not allowed to.
    During the postwar Red Scare, amid discussion of banning the Communist Party, one local politician actually called for banning every US political party except the Republican and Democratic parties. Not carried out in formal terms but these are the only ones allowed to count.

  146. @Adûnâi

    Just FYI, it wasn’t even meant to be a criticism, just an observed fact.

    You don’t reason with emotions or beliefs.

  147. Adûnâi 说:
    @Just Passing Through

    > “…the ubiquitous Jewish State, whom Chinese seem to admire very much despite the former having humiliated them by assassinating their ambassador without any real repurcussions, a truly nationalist China would seize upon this moment to launch a counter PR offensive…”

    Du Wei’s cause of death is unknown. Why do you claim Israel to have assassinated him? Wikipedia says there are conspiracy theories – is that the reason? The moment someone talks about conspiracies, you conspiratards are attracted? And what “PR offensive” is to be mounted? China is a capitalist nation. They recognized Israel in the 1990s, when the revisionists rejected Mao Tsetun’s legacy.

    朝鲜或古巴等真正的共产主义国家不承认以色列。

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Du_Wei_(diplomat)

  148. Anonymous[304]• 免责声明 说:
    @denk

    Why’r they picking fight at this moment

    As the US ability to field expeditionary forces lessens, and international trade lessens, you’ll see quite a few regional fights to settle local questions about pecking order.

    India was conquered by what used to be called “Aryans” (whose descendants are supposedly still the upper castes), then later by Moslems (who also ruled apart) {See: Naipaul, _India: A Wounded Civilization_; first published 1978}. India has been a conquered country for thousands of years. It doesn’t quite know what the rules of regional warfare are, as Japan didn’t quite understand the game of Empire in the first half of the 20th Century. Like Japan, they’re going to get themselves in over their heads. As are many other countries.

  149. Poco 说:
    @Astuteobservor II

    Was it hate speech too? Please tell me it was hate speech.

  150. Poco 说:
    @Adûnâi

    I don’t want there to be no non-chinese in the US.

  151. @denk

    Hear me out, the SARS-CoV2 outbreak could well have been 设置 right from the word ‘go’!

    1.完成 in collaboration with the French government’s CIRI lab in 2015, the Wuhan Institute of Virology’s (WIV) bio-safety laboratory (BSL4) opened in 2015;

    2. Ex-Rothschild banker Emmanuel Macron became French President in MAY 2017 (the French people know that alternative Presidential candidates were 积极劝阻 from running – leaving the two most unpopular candidates standing.
    NOTE: This may sound familiar to our American friends re: Trump and Killary);

    3. The Military World Games, held in Wuhan OCT 2019, is organized by the International Military Sports Council (CISM);

    4. Since 21 APR 2018, the CISM President has been Commissaire aux sports militaires Frenchman Hervé Piccirillo;

    5. The General Secretariat is under the management of the Secretary General, Colonel Mamby Koita of Guinea (formerly known as French Guinea).

    Whilst the above doesn’t 证明 anything, if France-United Kingdom-United States (F-UK-US) wanted to pull off a false flag, i.e.pretext, to blame on China – all it requires is a phonecall from ol’ man Rothschild to his boy in Paris – and the French deep state organizes the rest.

    • 回复: @denk
  152. denk 说:
    @Just Passing Through

    You’r really dripping with shits, asshole’

    莫萨德,所有他妈的东西都是以色列,莫萨德。

    Who’s the most likely killer of ambassador Du , ?

    https://www.moonofalabama.org/2020/05/chinese-ambassador-to-israel-found-dead-in-his-home-a-timeline.html#comments

    One more point, you miss my friendly warning to others, dont ever come here to preach human rights and all that jazz, …it wont be pretty.

    蒙古人竖起了成吉思汗的大雕像,这是历史上最伟大的大规模杀人犯之一!

    一个人需要一个吗?

    Navy Admiral Timothy Keating, Commander, US Pacific Command recently told the media, “They’re in, of course, a strategically critical spot for us, with Russia to the north and China in the south. They have some marvelous natural resources upon which they intend to capitalize. So 他们是我们的好伙伴,他们是好朋友,我们喜欢与他们紧密合作设立的区域办事处外,我们在美国也开设了办事处,以便我们为当地客户提供更多的支持。“

    https://space4peace.blogspot.com/2009/09/here-we-go.html

    摇铃 ?
    克林顿致电苏哈托 我们这种家伙

    里根称对立
    They’r kinda like our founding fathers

    No wonder Dr Mahathir called fukus the world’s no 1 terrorist state.
    在接下来的六个月中
    马来西亚损失了三架客机,其中一架失踪,另一架直升机在空中爆炸。

    一定是莫萨德吧?
    愚蠢的混蛋。

    亵渎

    我没有遭受分叉的舌头混蛋。

    • 回复: @Just Passing Through
  153. thetruth 说:
    @KA

    yes, very well said! China’s stand is this, UNLESS the U.S. opens ALL their Bio-weapon labs within the U.S. As well as the 200+ strong all over the world for the International inspection, China will NOT allow anyone to inspect the one in Wuhan!

  154. Justsaying 说:

    有毒的种族主义-集会-反共主义矩阵是全美主要的反华情绪的来源,至少占总人口的66%。

    Bingo! The lazy idiots’ bigoted response trumps all ideological pretensions driven by demagoguery. Therein lies the fuel that has driven Eurocentric empires from the age of “discovery and expansion”. And now the Ziocrooks have quietly sneaked in and taken full control.

  155. Half-Jap 说:
    @Hiram of Tyre

    的确。
    Seems humility has been lost to many Americans (don’t know many others from UK or Continent so won’t include them for now). Even those ancient Egyptians informed Solon that they too owe their knowledge to those before them. Which reminds me of the Adam and Eve Store by Chan Thomas, and works by many others on antediluvian peoples and civilizations.

    • 同意: Hiram of Tyre
  156. @denk

    是的,是摩萨德。 如果您已经阅读了一段时间的网络杂志,您将意识到犹太人对世界所有国家都有强大的权力,并将在他们之间引起战争,使他们受益。 以色列很可能暗杀了美国太空部队司令托马斯·C
    法萨拉诺(Falzarano)并把责任归咎于中国,以便美国将暗杀杜大使(Dass大使)交给以色列

    https://www.peterson.af.mil/News/Article/2185807/team-pete-mourns-unexpected-death-of-wing-commander/

    一个47岁身体状况良好的人如何突然死亡?

    • 回复: @denk
  157. denk 说:
    @Patagonia Man

    aGREE,

    The plot ?

    First [[[they]]] get Xi Zheng LI to participate in a ‘joint research’ on coronavirus 高尔夫球 研究。
    Half way thru, they told Xi ‘this is too dangerous, you’d have to go it alone“。

    Then they crapped that shit in Wuhan, tell everybody ‘the Chinese have been doing this kind of stuff for years, look at these reports,.
    Xi’s name is right there’
    .

    Looks like my hunch is being reinforced with each new discovery.

    F UK US

    是的!

    LIke I say, FUKUS is very versatile,
    Usually it means FUK US
    in this case, its …

    F Uk US

    bUT looks like Oz is also up to its eyeballs in this 跳跃,

    How about FUKUSA ?

    • 同意: Patagonia Man
  158. denk 说:
    @Just Passing Through

    我唯一同意你的是
    自然原因 你的屁股。

    新的 逻辑 如此令人费解,只有你一个人 口径 可以梦到它。

    一个 非常好 CT deserves another….

    The Chinese are wondering about their two successive space launch failures in Apr, unprecedented in their track record., …..right after FUKUS space force deployed its first 进攻 卫星干扰器。

    对此感到非常满意 武力显示, Peterson was having a cup too many at the bar, so he mumbled to the guy sitting next to him…
    know something, we just knock off two chicom satellites , hehehehe’

    中央情报局 湿工作 这些天,手术人员似乎正在使用类固醇。

  159. Anonymous[798]• 免责声明 说:
    @Change that Matters

    I have no intention of letting my tribe be overrun by Chinese

    I don’t need to ask you your tribe. But one thing I do know: the Chinese have no interest in “overrunning” anyone.

    I travel often to South East Asia. In speaking with the locals, one thing becomes clear. Unless you are some sort of crusader for “human rights” or your tribe’s particular values, or are obsessed with some notion of “making the world a better place”, what happens in China need be no concern of yours, mine, or anyone outside of China.

    I spend time in a small South-East Asian country. The “country” lacks cohesion, identity, effective administration or a capable military. Their economy is small. You would think that they would be a very tempting, very easy target for Chinese subversion and domination.

    Yet, the locals all agree that their only issue with China is one that has almost no real effect on their lives – some reefs in the sea.

    No hint of Chinese money flowing to local politicians to affect policy, no peep or objection from China when their citizens are sentenced to prison for running afoul of local laws, to pressure tactics for basing rights – nothing. The Chinese hate the idea of infringement of sovereignty, so they pressure from the outside, never from the inside. They take a hands-off approach to your house, as it were.

    As far as the locals are concerned, Chinese are just some people who “make stuff”, “buy stuff” and respect their tribe’s rules where it counts, in their domestic affairs.

    As far as I know, this is the modus operandi of the Chinese world wide. You want them gone from your space? Just say so, and they’re gone. Their effect on your affairs stops exactly on your border, not a millimeter beyond.

    I can live with the approach of China, easily. It has zero effect on my people, or my life.

  160. @Parfois1

    The Cabal of dual passport holders may want a war, I think they probably do, but they have to get the generals to agree and that seems a bit harder than it used to be.

    War devastations (and pandemics) are the greatest source for immiserating and culling the masses and channeling wealth to the banksters.

    I don’t think this is true. “immiserating” and channeling wealth to the banksters? Yes, but culling? Doesn’t seem to have worked well recently. In any case, though I am not in the USA it seems that it would not take much to cause (Ahem!) civil disorder and who know what effect a war would have at the moment, while channeling wealth to the banksters seems to be proceeding very smoothly without.

  161. c matt 说:
    @denk

    Married couples can only make love once a week.

    How would increasing sexual congress in married couples help them?

    • 回复: @denk
  162. @JohnPlywood

    Plastic Pollution is not a non-issue. It is exterminating too many animals for that to be true.

  163. @Curmudgeon

    I think it is worth pointing out that internal combustion engines depend on photosynthesis for the oxygen they use.

    • 同意: Curmudgeon
    • 回复: @Miro23
  164. Miro23 说:
    @foolisholdman

    I think it is worth pointing out that internal combustion engines depend on photosynthesis for the oxygen they use.

    True, that photosynthesis produces an oxygen byproduct that internal combustion engines (and ourselves) use. Hopefully human adaption, and human inventiveness, will reforest Europe and Asia (Indian and China) to maintain the oxygen supply.

  165. Curmudgeon 说:
    @Hiram of Tyre

    Webster Tarpley says a lot of things, a lot of them makes me wonder what he’s smoking. Of course the Venetians were interested in the Silk Road. I don’t understand how that would make them “intelligencers for the Mongol army of Ghengis Khan and his heirs,” for the massacres going on across the Northern part of Europe, or how that differs from what I described the Mongol tactic as being – surrender or be massacred. Obviously, the Islamic forces in the East chose not to surrender. My comment about Baghdad was “allegedly”, not factually.
    I don’t agree with all of the conclusions in this video, but the mapping of wars of conquest speak for themselves. They slowed in the East at the time of the Mongol invasions.
    https://www.politicalislam.com/why-we-are-afraid-a-1400-year-secret/

    • 回复: @Hiram of Tyre
  166. Agent76 说:

    May 22, 2020 The End of Hong Kong?

    China’s National People’s Congress (NPC) has struck what might be the final blow to Hong Kong freedom—pushing forward a national security law that could make criticizing the Chinese Communist Party.

    • 回复: @showmethereal
  167. @thetruth

    The Carter Center has been overseeing Chinese elections for decades.

    Guess what happened when the UN wanted to inspect American elections?

  168. @Wielgus

    The Chinese have probably published more on military logistics than the rest of the world combined and Mao’s feats in that regard are legendary.

    I doubt that logistics limited the Chinese volunteer army. I suspect it was mercy.

    • 回复: @Astuteobservor II
    , @Wielgus
  169. denk 说:
    @c matt

    It wont help the couple, it’d please [[[them]]], those de-population gurus.

    今年 预测编程 do we need ?

    https://www.businessinsider.sg/bill-gates-warns-the-next-pandemic-disease-is-coming-2018-4?op=1&r=US&IR=T

  170. @Mary Marianne

    这是一篇好文章:

    中国尝试打造世界上最大的国家公园系统
    凯尔奥伯曼,中超。 22 年 2020 月 XNUMX 日

    自中国 2015 年宣布以青海省三江源国家试点公园为起点的新的国家试点公园制度以来,中国已经创建了 10 个新的试点国家公园,从海宁、黑龙江、福建到青藏高原。 加起来,这些新公园的土地面积已经是 1916 年建立的美国公园系统的三分之二。然而,中国的国家公园系统看起来与美国模式完全不同——这是设计使然。
    近十年来,中国的自然资源和土地保护工作正式遵循“以国家公园为主体的保护区体系”和“中国特色保护区”的原则。 中国发展中的国家公园系统与西方国家许多人认为的野外通行证和露营地系统相去甚远。 中国国家公园体系的主要重点是精简和巩固已有保护区的治理,加强野生动物走廊和核心栖息地,推进习近平的福贫扶贫战略。
    传统上,中国对保护区的治理和定义遍及自然保护区、森林公园、风景名胜区、湿地公园和其他类别,没有单一的管理体系,混淆了有效管理相连生物群落或物种栖息地的尝试——比如大熊猫。 现在的大熊猫国家公园由新成立的国家公园管理局监管,实际上是对最初分为国家、省和县治理层的六个不同类别的 77 个不同保护区的整合和精简。 全国其他公园的情况也类似。 中国国家公园系统远不是增加新的保护区,因为它是对曾经因官僚主义混乱而受到阻碍的关键生态系统的更新和简化的管理计划。
    为了积极推动建立不受人类干扰的野生动物走廊和栖息地,许多新的国家公园正在为居住在新公园“核心区”内的人们进行一个称为“生态迁移”的过程。 在甘肃和青海交界的祁连山国家公园,目标是到54,665年“自愿”搬迁居住在核心区的2025人中的大部分或全部。而在大熊猫国家公园内搬迁170,000万人的消息传出眼看2017年,官方搬迁人数仅为5,553人。

    Conservation China is a five-part series in which environmental photographer Kyle Obermann brings us through glaciers, remote forests, and dusty villages to the gritty and stunning frontlines of Chinese conservation efforts. This is part 3. (Previously: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3.) supchina.com/tag/conservation-china

    • 谢谢: FB
    • 回复: @Grahamsno(G64)
  171. @Anonymous

    You are not suppose to be level headed.

    You were suppose to buy into the debt trap fantasy.

    Good comment by the way.

    • 同意: Patagonia Man
  172. @Godfree Roberts

    That I partially disagree. If the Chinese army had no supplies problems, the Korean war would have been over really fast. Every Chinese offensive in that war had to wait for supply stockpiles to fill. They also had no air or naval support. If that army had American level of supplies, it was game over really fast.

  173. @JohnPlywood

    I think you should be forced to drink Flint water till your death.

    • 回复: @JohnPlywood
  174. @Astuteobservor II

    The Chinese were careful not to add massacre to their humiliation of US forces. To have done so would have guaranteed a nuclear strike, against which they were defenseless.

  175. thetruth 说:
    @AaronB

    talk about reverse ecological damage, here has some videos to show how China uses about 50 years to turn deserts of a thousand years into fertile land, “Miracle in Maowusu desert ”

    https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Miracle+in+Maowusu+desert+

  176. Anonymous[798]• 免责声明 说:
    @Godfree Roberts

    What always struck me about accounts of the Korean War was how correctly, even properly, Chinese forces behaved off the battlefield, when not in direct combat (they were violent, brutal and effective IN combat, clearly).

    Chinese behavior must have come as somewhat unexpected for American, British and Australian veterans of the Pacific War, who were exposed to the casual cruelty and vicious atrocity of the forces of Imperial Japan.

    Basically, once you were no longer a threat, you could expect reasonable treatment from the CPV (Chinese People’s Volunteers). Within the extremely limited resources of China, prisoners got enough food (mostly just rice with a little pork), medical treatment, and accommodations (peasant-grade blankets and bed rolls, mostly in unheated buildings or just tents).

    But, these were in turn expected of prisoners: no escape attempts, no giving the guards a hard time, no brawling within the ranks, and obedience to instructions. A prisoner was a prisoner, period.

    Interrogation and torture did take place. The Chinese seemed to have expertise in getting as much information for as little pain inflicted as possible; any such instances were always ordered from, according to prisoner impressions, higher up the chain of command.

    Combat soldiers did not indulge in unprofessional cruelty, but obeyed their intelligence officers in efficient, machine-like fashion, when specifically ordered to inflict agony. Allied veterans of the European War compared their prisoner experience with the Chinese to being captured by the German Army, minus of course the cultural compatibility.

    The experience of surrendering to the North Koreans was very different. There were widespread accounts of beatings, being strung up, water torture, and worse nastiness. North Korean soldiers seemed to have actual hatred for the Allied prisoners, and to derive enjoyment from their suffering. The lower ranks indulged in casual torture, orders or no.

    Whether North Korean behavior was the result of seeing their land ravaged by Allied armies, a different sort of indoctrination, or (probably) less discipline and leadership in the lower ranks, as compared to the Chinese, who knows? Probably a combination of all three.

    • 谢谢: Godfree Roberts
    • 回复: @Half-Jap
  177. @Godfree Roberts

    他们所有的城市都有广阔美丽的公园和公共广场,每一个城市,无论多么贫穷。 世界其他地方对他们的城市规划的所有权力都应该效仿他们。

    • 同意: Godfree Roberts, Ber
  178. Parfois1 说:
    @Mary Marianne

    I never understood why Americans continue to vote in such idiots after 40 years of stagnation/decline.

    Easy. The US is a single-party state: Money Party. (and why the Jews like it.)

  179. Biff 说:
    @Godfree Roberts

    Who in the world would ever massacre a defenseless military? That is just sick! and wrong!
    https://www.liberationnews.org/george-h-w-bushs-complicity-in-the-1991-highway-of-death-massacre/

    • 回复: @Godfree Roberts
  180. Anonymous[413]• 免责声明 说:
    @Anonymous

    You do realize that ethnic Chinese own most of South East Asia, right? And well on their way to doing so in Australia?

    • 回复: @Godfree Roberts
  181. @Change that Matters

    Good points. Part of the issue in Europe now is the EU bigger heads are claiming China is “trying to divide the EU” because they are dealing directly with European countries. Central and Eastern Europe are becoming very connected to China through it’s west.. Freight train traffic grows year by year. As China is the biggest market – will they be able to manufacture to sell to China in 30 years. Central Asia is doing good business selling local delicacies into China using the same route. So they benefit too from an agriculture – rather than manufacturing perspective.

  182. @Anon

    Funny enough the unofficial line as to why India is taking land from Nepal is the same line they used on Bhutan a few years ago “well China is going to take it from you so we are protecting you”. Unlike Bhutan (which is a vassal and can’t conduct foreign relations without India’s approval) – Nepal is independent and speak for itself. That blockade a few years ago by India is fresh in their mind. But part of the reason India is willing to betray Russia and become a US vassal is because all the neighboring countries have become very friendly with China.

  183. @Hegar

    Well as Pepe noted – in the original “destroy America” wasn’t part of the title of the book…. It was added (by whom is a good question). The Breitbart crowd of course wouldn’t recognize that. Neither would the Fox News crowd… But honestly – neither would the CNN and MSNBC crowd. That’s why we got to this level.

  184. @Anonymous

    I live in SE Asia. What you allege is nonsense about SE Asia and ridiculous about my native country, Australia.

  185. bluedog 说:
    @Astuteobservor II

    A very good book out there called “The Coldest Winter” all taken from those that fought all the way back up Korea.The screw ups by those directing the war 100 miles back from the front,as the U.S. Troops were still fighting in summer uniforms at 40 below, many just gave up and waited for death either from the Chinese/Koreans or the cold.It seems no one back in Washington knew that Korea had a winter too.!!!

  186. bluedog 说:
    @Godfree Roberts

    You know that’s interesting for in that book one who was there told about how he and others were wound and the Chinese carried them on stretchers in a round about route and left them on the road two days later not to far from American forces.where they were found the next morning by an American patrol..

    • 回复: @Ber
  187. @Biff

    I had a calculus professor say “I bet you all think Algebra came from Greece”…. Most of us sat there like “didn’t it?”…. Yeah I had to explain to a guy the other day that ideas of chivalry and also the scientific method got there from “the middle east”… He swore Europe invented them.

    • 同意: Hiram of Tyre
  188. @steinbergfeldwitzcohen

    Except that’s false. It was ethnic Chinese in Hong Kong – Taiwan – ASEAN that did. How many Mandarin speakers do you think Western companies had in the 80’s??? I bet you don’t even know Apple doesn’t make their phones in China – Foxconn does.

    • 回复: @antibeast
  189. @Agent76

    That video is stupid propaganda. Hong Kong was NEVER allowed to question the British – but had to be an obedient colony “or else”. As to what China is doing…. It is written in the Basic Law negotiated with the British. Read all the articles. The NPC is allowed to add laws addressing foreign affairs and such… Likewise the Basic Law states Hong Kong was supposed to implement a national security law… It’s been 23 years and it hasn’t happened. Meanwhile Macau did it a decade ago. The anti China talking heads are just upset their spy rings can be more easily outed. They know most people would never read the Basic Law to know China is within its rights….

    • 同意: Erebus, antibeast
  190. @Curmudgeon

    I don’t agree with everything Tarpley postulates either but his thesis/work on the Venetian Oligarchy is based on Venetian and Italian historical records. I invite you to read the entirety of his “Against Oligarchy” to see for yourself. I have cross-referenced virtually everything presented in it with dozens of references over the course of the years and it checks out.That said, my comment was/is not to whitewash and/or belittle the Mongols and/or Muslims’ invasions/conquests but to highlight the (unknown and/or unspoken) role the Venetian Oligarchy played in the sacking of Baghdad. The Venetian Oligarchy is the “invisible hand” (for lack of better word). They played a similar role during the Crusades when the knights sacked Constantinople.

    p.s. Thanks for the video.

  191. @Astuteobservor II

    Flint, MI lead pollution in water was just as bad 100 years ago as it is today. The lead pollution is caused by the lead pipes that were installed in Flint homes when they were built 120 years ago. The difference is, back then, no one gave a shit and drank their leaded water with a smile. I guarantee you the water in flint also had more arsenic, bacteria, etc in it back then as well. Not to mention the absolutely horrid smokestack exhaust, factory acid discharge, heavy metal freshwater pollution, etc. Earth just keeps getting cleaner!!!!!

  192. Ber 说:
    @bluedog

    我倾向于认为这是他们的儒家仁爱伦理。

  193. @Godfree Roberts

    That I disagree again. Back in the 1950s, USA had no intention of nuking anyone, just the single retarded general who got his ass kicked. It ruined his chance of running for president.

    Remember, 1950s is very different than now in 2020.

    • 回复: @Godfree Roberts
  194. @Astuteobservor II

    U.S. PAPERS TELL OF ’53 POLICY TO USE A-BOMB IN KOREA
    By Bernard Gwertzman
    8年1984月XNUMX日

    Documents released today give details on a decision by President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s Administration in 1953 to use atomic bombs in North Korea and Communist China, if necessary, to end the Korean War.
    Once the armistice was achieved, on July 27, 1953, the Eisenhower Administration continued to define plans to use nuclear weapons if the Communists renewed the war, which the North Koreans started in 1950.
    President Eisenhower took office in January 1953 after talks for a cease-fire had dragged on for two years and the war had settled into a standoff, with casualties being incurred but with no change in the front line, which today still separates North and South Korea.
    The fact that the Eisenhower Administration was ready to use nuclear weapons is not new. President Eisenhower, in his memoirs, said he came into office prepared to use them, if necessary, to break the deadlock. What is new in the 2,000 pages of documents now made public is the high level of planning and the detail of discussion on possible use of these weapons, and Mr. Eisenhower’s interest in overcoming reluctance to use them.

    https://www.nytimes.com/1984/06/08/world/us-papers-tell-of-53-policy-to-use-a-bomb-in-korea.html

    I’m sure we would have used them humanely, though, for democracy, freedom and Jesus.

    • 谢谢: Astuteobservor II
    • 回复: @Astuteobservor II
    , @d dan
  195. @Godfree Roberts

    Well fuck me side ways.

    I stand corrected sir.

    I guess we have always had crazy fucks running this country. And another reason why China should get nuclear parity.

  196. d dan 说:
    @Godfree Roberts

    “The fact that the Eisenhower Administration was ready to use nuclear weapons is not new.”

    Besides Eisenhower, Truman never ruled out the use of atomic bomb also. He fired MacArthur not because the later’s suggestion to use atomic bomb, but because of the general’s incompetency in directing Korean war, arrogance and being big mouth.

    Additional note for Astuteobservor II: Soviet also did consider launching a nuclear attack on China in the 1960s. In fact, they asked US to join them. US refused to join in.

    • 回复: @bluedog
    , @showmethereal
    , @FB
  197. bluedog 说:
    @d dan

    Indeed I believe they called it surgical strike.but move ahead into the 1960 area and who was planning a first strike on Russia,the JCS were foaming at the mouth against JFK because he wouldn’t allow it,even tho they had been told by their own people that the return strikes would kill up to 35 million Americans and millions more who would be better off dead,that to them was acceptable.Part of the cabal to kill JFK came right out of the JCS as they said he was a traitor for not killing 35+ million Americans and these people are in power today,so put nothing pass them and that includes Trump and the rest of his neocons,!!!

  198. Half-Jap 说:
    @Anonymous

    What always struck me about accounts of the Korean War was how correctly, even properly, Chinese forces behaved off the battlefield, when not in direct combat (they were violent, brutal and effective IN combat, clearly).

    Chinese behavior must have come as somewhat unexpected for American, British and Australian veterans of the Pacific War, who were exposed to the casual cruelty and vicious atrocity of the forces of Imperial Japan.

    As if Americans were angels (War Without Mercy is an excellent book). Also, all accounts during the war, outside Nationalist propaganda, about the Jap. Imp. Army was along the lines of your first paragraph. Not that the death march didn’t happen, although part of the blame is on MacArthur for taking much supplies with him in his escape. You can find tons of third party accounts, even by the very people we occupied. But nobody has a sense for evidence, as anything the victors say about the defeated is ipso facto or a priori true. Although indeed, the Army was brutal or pitiless towards their prisoners, as they were towards their own PFCs and NCOs.

    I might also add that my grandfather faced summary execution by the commies, being ordered to dig a hole, but him being fluent in Mandarin and eminently friendly (and lucky, eh?), befriended his guard and executioner, who told him to run after dark and he’ll shoot in the air after. Others were not so fortunate, but such were the times, and there is no virtue in showing one group or another to be above others in goodness. We are all mere mortals.

  199. @d dan

    Indeed – I remember reading that the Soviets decided against nuking China because they said that the amount of nukes it would take to cause China to surrender would cause too much potential for the nuclear fallout to impact severely Russia.

  200. FB 说: • 您的网站
    @d dan

    Soviet also did consider launching a nuclear attack on China in the 1960s. In fact, they asked US to join them. US refused to join in.

    That’s the first I’ve heard of this…any links…?

    Every military plans for ANY possibility…that’s their job by definition…I wrote here recently about US plans to go to war against Britain in the 1930s, and vice versa…and even Canada had a plan to invade the northern US…

    You have to place these kinds of *contingency* plans into their proper context…

    • 回复: @d dan
  201. Cowboy 说:
    @bluedog

    Haha I’m just plowing the ground and fertilizing it with the excrement from douchedogs and it’s not necessarily a speedy job but its satisfying to see how effective it is

    • 回复: @bluedog
  202. d dan 说:
    @FB

    “That’s the first I’ve heard of this…any links…?”

    https://www.scmp.com/article/714064/nixon-intervention-saved-china-soviet-nuclear-attack

    “The most serious came in 1969…. The Soviets moved thousands of troops to its far east and prepared missiles armed with nuclear warheads. It told its allies in eastern Europe that it planned a nuclear attack ‘to wipe out the Chinese threat and get rid of this modern adventurer’.

    On August 20, the Soviet ambassador in Washington told Kissinger of their plans and asked the US to remain neutral. Wishing to stop the attack, the White House leaked the story to The Washington Post. Its edition of August 28 reported that the Soviet Union planned to launch missiles with hundreds of tonnes of nuclear material on Beijing, Changchun, Anshan and its missile-launch centres of Jinquan, Xichang and Lop Nor.”

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  203. To truly make America Great again America must again becime self sufficient in strategic areas. Is it possible? That depends. If we leave it to Wall Street and the markets it won’t happen. But, if a young, strong American leader were to suddenly emerge, one with a keen insight into what truly ailes us, someone who can capture the public’s heart and mind by speaking truth to power, someone who can get around the media blockade that will surely stand in his way, then we are 5 years away from a new dawn. American’s are getting tired of the liberal left, but they also won’t back a bigotted retread. We need new, and honest blood. A real home grown grass roots alternative to the Hollywood drek we’ve been fed for the past 5 decades.

    • 回复: @bluedog
  204. @Change that Matters

    你说得对
    I can’t help but think about how the neocons have fatally wounded America. It’s obvious that this was their goal. WW2 bankrupted England, and that was the doing of their own set of neocons, and then they moved west. So here we are today.

  205. These pieces always seem to take a such a benign position on Chinese ambitions and methods.

    It is undeniable that the Chinese have been stealing research and IP from US business and educational institutions for decades. They have also expanded their territorial claims over the SCS to the point of absurdity. Their response to the COVID pandemic – hiding all evidence and censoring data – is not the behavior of a responsible or well meaning superpower.

    Whether the author wants to admit it or not, Chinese growth is going to be at the expense of its neighbors.

  206. Wielgus 说:
    @Godfree Roberts

    No, they had logistics problems and quite serious ones. Mao organised a campaign for Chinese households to fry flour for the troops in Korea, probably creating something like the Latin American 馅饼 – it would keep for a while and could be sent to the troops. Air attacks made it difficult to move supplies down roads by day using vehicles, and in fact Chinese and KPA troops often had to hole up in daytime in the winter of 1950-1, moving at night. The further south they were, the harder they were to supply. It was no surprise that their offensive died out south of Seoul.
    They also lacked adequate winter footwear – better-equipped ones had fur-lined winter boots but many wore their summer shoes, which gave about as much protection against the cold as sneakers or plimsolls. Even Manchurians were sometimes shocked by how cold the Korean winter could be, and the Chinese had heavy casualties from frostbite.

  207. antibeast 说:
    @Astuteobservor II

    They also had no air or naval support.

    You must have been watching too many reruns of M*一个*S*H. The Korean War was the first time jet fighters were deployed in aerial combat with the Soviet MiG-15 vs the US F-86 fighting over the “MiG Alley” near the Yalu River. See link below:

    https://www.airforcemag.com/article/0410alley/

    • 回复: @Wielgus
  208. antibeast 说:
    @showmethereal

    Except that’s false. It was ethnic Chinese in Hong Kong – Taiwan – ASEAN that did. How many Mandarin speakers do you think Western companies had in the 80’s??? I bet you don’t even know Apple doesn’t make their phones in China – Foxconn does.

    Westerners love to white-wash the history of Western antagonism to China, ignoring Western sanctions against China after TAM’89. The only thing that the West gave China was access to its markets via the WTO. Everything else either came from East Asia or were developed organically by mainland Chinese with the exception of a few Western MNCs willing to transfer their technology to China. Even the business/economic models adopted by China came from East Asia: contract manufacturing, industrial townships, science and technology parks, transit-oriented development, industrial supply-chain clustering, etc.

    Your example of Apple is apropos as Apple hardly owns any factories anywhere in the world with the exception of the USA. The making of Apple’s products including its Ax chips are mostly outsourced to contract manufacturers such as Foxconn and TSMC, both of which are Taiwanese companies who’ve created their own industrial technology to manufacture electronics and semiconductors respectively.

    • 谢谢: Showmethereal
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  209. bluedog 说:
    @Cowboy

    Hmm it sure sounds like that’s the same ground you grew in so its contaminated, so we all will pass well except for the few others that grew along with you in that contaminated soil.!!!

  210. bluedog 说:
    @the grand wazoo

    We had one but they killed him back in 63 and they only come about in generations, so that’s a long way down the road,sorry but the right is no different just because they carry a different brand on their ass don’t mean that they are any different,and that’s what they use to divide the people.!!

  211. Wielgus 说:
    @antibeast

    They were not in a position to give close support to Chinese troops, and MiGs mainly contested US aircraft that ventured north of Pyongyang. At night Chinese or North Korean biplanes occasionally carried out harassment bombing of UN positions when the war reached its static stage – they flew too slowly to be easily intercepted by jets. Finally one jet shot down one of the biplanes by lowering flaps to slow itself down, but slowed down too much, stalled and crashed.

  212. @Mary Marianne

    The Zionist Jews have long controlled both the major parties. It his hard for the small parties to get any traction in our 2 party system and since the same Zionists control all of the MSM they control the narrative that is fed to the goyim. That is why they can sell a fake virus as a cover for another wealth transfer as in 08-09. The zionists are always peddling some kind of scam. Remember WMD’s, the new ice age, then global warming-I mean climate change. How about Peak oil and acid rain and mercury was destroying the oceans.

    If the Libertarians or the Greens or whatever were any threat to the elites they would just have the rich Jews like Trump’s top donors Adelson, Kushners, Singer and Marcus (or the Jews that fund the left) fund them too and own another puppet politician. It’s all a show for the Goys. Instead just try to vote some real limited gov. people to the House off Representatives.

  213. antibeast 说:
    @HeebHunter

    Lol, muttmerica is truly a slave nation.

    No, muttmerica is a slave plantation. There fixed it for you.

  214. antibeast 说:
    @Poco

    It’s definitely raysiss to not love China and not want to be just like them. To not want to be dependent on manufacturing from China. To not want their government. To not want their citizens here. To not acknowledge their inevitable superiority in every way. Raysiss, raysiss, raysiss.

    No, it’s definitely NOT raysiss to leave China and Chinese alone. To give your own people the chance to work in factories making things for your own needs. To want a government that takes care of your own people. To want a nation of citizens not a plantation of slaves. To acknowledge that the time has come for the USA to run America for Americans. And leave everybody else alone. That’s not raysiss. That’s reason.

  215. @antibeast

    Agreed. Though your last sentence there is a new issue. TSMC is now being extorted by the US regarding Huawei since that became their biggest customer. Apparently they us some US tools in their manufacturing process. Nothing abnormal in that – except when gangsters disguisex as politicians want to extort you. My guess is there will be a push now to remove US tools in South Korea – Japan – Taiwan. Its touchy because they are all beholden to US extortion on a military level – but they make far more money doing business with China. This will be very “interesting” going forward. More and more of Taiwan’s semiconductor talent is moving to the mainland. Top TSMC guys have left for SMIC. Top Mediatek guys have left for OPPO. UMC guys have gone to work at memory companies on the mainlamd. I wonder what slimy way the DPP will retaliate against them..?? This will be very interesting.

    • 回复: @antibeast
  216. FB 说: • 您的网站
    @d dan

    哇…

    What an absolute piece of completely made up bullshit…from the colonial fish wrap out of Hong Kong, known as the South China Morning Post…

    Not one thing mentioned in that ‘article’ is historically accurate…some of it is just off the wall bullshit, like that Nixon ‘threatened’ to nuke the Soviets, if they nuked China…

    Even wikipedia has a fairly decent article on the Sino-Soviet border conflict of 1969…

    It was the Chinese that started this, with a blatant act of aggression…and the Soviets were genuinely worried about the huge Chinese ground forces, which they could not hope to withstand without a nuclear response…

    The US had hoped to get the Ooviets onside with taking out jointly the Chinese nuclear facilities several years prior…but the Soviets declined, reasoning that the Chinese nuclear capability was not a threat…

    Now this SCMP fool is trying to get us to believe that Nixon actually threatened to nuke the Soviets if they moved against the Chinese nuclear sites…?

    Pure Bullshit…and this while the US and USSR were in the middle of the Nixon-Brezhnev detente talks, and what would become the first nuclear arms limitation treaty…?

    This is how stupid the colonial fish wrapper SCMP thinks that you Chinese are…

    Obviously you have nothing to do with mainland China…just like your Singaporean buddy ‘showme’…

    You two are on every thread here on UNZ squawking about anything having to do with China, yet you are not even Chinese nationals…ridiculous…

    • 回复: @antibeast
    , @d dan
  217. antibeast 说:
    @Showmethereal

    Agreed. Though your last sentence there is a new issue. TSMC is now being extorted by the US regarding Huawei since that became their biggest customer. Apparently they us some US tools in their manufacturing process. Nothing abnormal in that – except when gangsters disguisex as politicians want to extort you. My guess is there will be a push now to remove US tools in South Korea – Japan – Taiwan. Its touchy because they are all beholden to US extortion on a military level – but they make far more money doing business with China. This will be very “interesting” going forward. More and more of Taiwan’s semiconductor talent is moving to the mainland. Top TSMC guys have left for SMIC. Top Mediatek guys have left for OPPO. UMC guys have gone to work at memory companies on the mainlamd. I wonder what slimy way the DPP will retaliate against them..?? This will be very interesting.

    Yes, I’ve read about that. Both TSMC (Taiwan) and Samsung have surpassed Intel which is still stuck at 14nm. That’s why the Trump Administration asked TSMC to invest in a semiconductor fab in the USA.

    • 回复: @showmethereal
  218. antibeast 说:
    @FB

    What an absolute piece of completely made up bullshit…from the colonial fish wrap out of Hong Kong, known as the South China Morning Post…

    SCMP stands for “Stupid Capitalist Moronic Propaganda” rag.

    It was the Chinese that started this, with a blatant act of aggression…and the Soviets were genuinely worried about the huge Chinese ground forces, which they could not hope to withstand without a nuclear response…

    The US had hoped to get the Soviets onside with taking out jointly the Chinese nuclear facilities several years prior…but the Soviets declined, reasoning that the Chinese nuclear capability was not a threat…

    Now this SCMP fool is trying to get us to believe that Nixon actually threatened to nuke the Soviets if they moved against the Chinese nuclear sites…?

    That story is not even credible as both the USA and Soviets were geopolitical rivals fighting a proxy war in the midst of the Vietnam War. And China was already a nuclear power by that time.

  219. @antibeast

    Indeed Intel is behind… Many in the semiconductor industry are stating that this is a “wait and see” (plans for TSMC to build a plant in Arizona). For the wafer production quoted – many surmise it would be a money losing venture. As noted – there was a reason in the first place even Intel itself moved a lot of production offshore. Aside from that – if Huawei loses what had just become their biggest customer (Huawei) – how can they even afford to build it while losing 14% of their revenue. Even more ironic is that many semiconductor analysts state that the loss of Intel being able to sell certain chips to China (under Obama) to make super computers – meant Intel had less money for R&D – which is part of the reason they fell behind TSMC and Samsung. Interesting times ahead indeed.

  220. d dan 说:
    @FB

    “Now this SCMP fool is trying to get us to believe that Nixon actually threatened to nuke the Soviets …”

    I don’t believe that part too. But I do believe Soviet was considering launching an attack on China. How seriously is hard to tell without declassified info.

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