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Posted in: Leaders of Russia and China tighten their grips, grow closer See in context

An awful choice for the Russian people

Please, don't worry about Russian people. When west becomes to "worry" about something usually it comes to war.

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Posted in: U.S. weighs Beijing Olympics boycott with partners, allies See in context

Remember the 1980 Moscow Summer Olympics?

Remember Los-Angeles Summer Olympics?

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Posted in: Putin signs law allowing him 2 more terms as Russia's leader See in context

This is a stupidity and it means he trusts no one, have no real friends and allies. Hence, when he'll go the system may and probably will fall apart.

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Posted in: All-time greatest anime song singer releases all albums, 41 singles for online streaming services See in context

One of. There are so many great artists who became known due to anime tracks: 志方あきこ, つじあやの, 新居昭乃, 松浦櫻子, 梶浦由記 and much much more. But I think that japanese female vocal deserves to be known to a far wider public.

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Posted in: Russian Foreign Minister says relations with West have 'hit the bottom' See in context

Let's face Russia and West are enemies always was. I see no signs it could be changed in future.

There are only two states - the first when Russia is weak enough and West is happy and the second, Russia is strong enough to keep sovereignty and fight for own interests when west countries establishment do what it usually do against the centuries old enemy: wars, proxy wars, foreign agents and, of course, lie the more lies the better.

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Posted in: Report finds COVID likely jumped to humans from bats through 'missing link' See in context

It's funny. The same persons who attack the USA elections conspiracy theories are ardent believers that China has created COVID.

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Posted in: West sanctions China over Xinjiang abuses; Beijing hits back at EU See in context

After reading comments I must say - Vivant M.A.D.! Vivant professores who made Nuclear Weapon real! If Russia and China haven't had it Third World War would be already started.

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Posted in: It's official: Spectators from abroad will not be allowed at Tokyo Olympics See in context

Olympics games as apolitical and world uniting movement is over what remained is only vanity fair and big companies advertising venue.

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Posted in: U.S. sanctions Russian officials over nerve-agent attack on Navalny See in context

I'm just interested when sanctions against some persons become sanctions against all Russians. I see that the process of dehumanization of the people who tolerate "vile Putin" already started.

P.S. I miss the old RikiWeb forum when moderators weren't part of discussion.

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Posted in: Rush Limbaugh, ‘voice of American conservatism,’ dies at 70 See in context

The simplest way to know what totalitarianism is to listen "liberals" when they disagree with you.

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Posted in: Chip shortage hurting production as Japanese automakers report results See in context

The pandemic and "chip shortage" are only pretexts for coming to all semiconductor products prices rise. Thanks to QE and worldwide currencies inflation.

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Posted in: Over 5,100 arrested at pro-Navalny protests across Russia See in context

Some foreigners dream about Gorbachev's and Yeltsin's times when Russia surrendered and gave almost everything. It's understandable but not acceptable for Russian people at least now - there're plenty of those who still remember what happened next.

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Posted in: Over 40% of Japan tech firms diversify supply chains from China: survey See in context

I'm extremely happy to hear that. I dread the day when a communist authoritarian dictatorship that jails people for thought crimes becomes the dominant economic force in the world.

Too late to worry. You're already live in the dystopia. Probably, one wouldn't jail for thoughts but it's more than enough to publicly say something not "politically correct" or against modern liberal agenda to meet unwelcome consequences.

For an example, some prof in an university would call oneself or be called a communist :). Do you know what will happen next.

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Posted in: Global chip shortage threatens production of laptops, smartphones and more See in context

The prices are already up but more than that. The some products are simply absent. Try to find new AMD CPU or any new video cards including their insane prices which are far from recommended they're just not available.

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Posted in: Declaring 'America is back,' Biden introduces nominees See in context

There is no difference who the president is the foreign policy will be the same - lapdog countries, enemies and some group fluctuating . Always was.

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Posted in: Japan, U.S. begin military exercise as concern about China grows See in context

Thinks which happened more then 70 years ago are irrelevant for today. The world has changed and China demonstrated in last 9 months that it is real threat for the whole planet.

Yep, The Evil China started the most wars since WWII. Or not.

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Posted in: Japan expects fewer newborns in 2021 as pandemic affects pregnancies See in context

I think the main reason of not having children now is the unknown consequences COVID on newborn health.

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Posted in: Russian hackers targeting U.S. political campaigns, Microsoft says See in context

Oh, those Russians...

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Posted in: Plane carrying comatose Russian dissident lands in Germany See in context

Does anyone think that your standard Russian in the street gets the same news we do?

This is hilarious. Some of them are even able to understand English.

the meantime he’ll bring Russia down with him.

It's so touching to see the foreigners worry about Russia.

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Posted in: U.S. counterspy chief warns Russia, China, Iran trying to meddle in 2020 election See in context

Look who says it, a representative of the country who could meddle into internal affairs of any country around the globe. And boast of it.

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Posted in: A-bomb survivor keeps up fight for nuclear disarmament See in context

Sadly, but nuclear weapon is the only deterrent against new global wars. In its absence, "The West" will try to "liberate" North Korea, Russia or China again, or "There can be only one" in case of India vs Pakistan or Israel vs Arabs.

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Posted in: China warns it must retaliate after closure of Houston consulate See in context


Communist China is rattled, and will crawl away like a dog with its tail between its legs.

There is so much love between asian countries' nationalists.

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Posted in: 'The Simpsons' ends white actors voicing characters of color See in context

Please, please, don't stop.

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Posted in: U.S. cuts WHO ties over virus; takes action over Hong Kong See in context

Good move. The WHO is a Chinese puppet and China needs to be checked and forced out of Hong Kong and then Taiwan.

Brilliant. Force China out of China.

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Posted in: Abe urges China to exercise self-restraint on Hong Kong See in context

Free Tibet? Why? To return "The Hell on Earth" it was before 1950s?

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Posted in: Russian boxers to boycott Olympics if sanctions not lifted See in context

Brothers Williams, Norway asthma skiers and many many others "clean" farma winners welcome it.

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Posted in: Russia carries out mass raids on Kremlin critic's supporters See in context


"Modern Russia is one of the best current examples of this political/economic system:"

"a regime that exalts nation and often race above the individual"

It's an arguable statement.

Russia has a very atomized society no fascio as you're trying to allude to.

If someone wants to find the places where "nation (ethnicity) above the individual" look at Balt states or Ukraine.

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Posted in: 30 years after Tiananmen, protesters' goals further away than ever See in context

The crossroad of History where China managed to escape the fate of USSR.

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Posted in: 13 teen boys caught peeping into girls’ hot spring bath during class trip See in context

Is it a problem? The real big problem will be when boys will not do that.

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Posted in: U.S. charges Assange after London arrest ends 7 years in Ecuador embassy See in context

The comments of U.S. supporters here are hymn to hypocrisy.

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