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Reader Board owner 04/30/2018 (Mon) 23:01 Id: 3aeba1 [Preview] No. 8261 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
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Reader Board owner 03/15/2024 (Fri) 11:49 Id: 54233a [Preview] No.22351 del
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Here are the board rules:

1 : Threads and posts must not support jewish propaganda. Expose jews, don't empower them. This doesn't matter if you're not jewish.
2 : All jews and 'shabbos goy' cucks for jews will be banned.

If you submitted this report, explain how either of those are violated.

Reader 03/15/2024 (Fri) 14:09 Id: b5b16b [Preview] No.22353 del
That, and I would also mention
3: do not spam the board with nonsense or illegal content.

Reader 03/16/2024 (Sat) 03:09 Id: 54233a [Preview] No.22356 del
Well, yeah. I still enforce Global Rules.

1. Nothing illegal under US law.
2. No suggestive audio-visual content of underage children. Loli ok. Loli is not ok here if it's lewd.
3. No spamming; no flooding that compromises normal operation of the site.

Reader 03/31/2024 (Sun) 00:38 Id: d154b4 [Preview] No.22405 del
This board is really small and slow though. Wonder who even made that report to begin with?

Hmmm it also looks like OP posted a picture of that guy.
That guy who sets up botnet imageboards and spasms our board/s a lot. How did that OP even get that picture though?

Still, that was a weird thread.

Reader 05/31/2024 (Fri) 23:34 Id: b5b16b [Preview] No.22589 del



Europol Now Seeking To ARREST Pro-War/Anti-war Journalists In Europe Under "War Propaganda" Act!


Anna Neistat, the legal director of the Clooney Foundation's Docket Project, says that the criminal code of some European countries has an article on "spreading war propaganda."

The foundation is preparing requests to initiate proceedings in countries where such norms exist.

If an arrest warrant is issued, journalists will be detained throughout Europe by the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation (Europol).

Read that again: Journalists will be detained by Europol.

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Russia To Export Coal To India via Iran, Traded In National Currencies Reader 06/13/2024 (Thu) 22:33 Id: e4ce7e [Preview] No. 22638 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Russia To Export Coal To India via Iran, Traded In National Currencies

Hello sanction loving communists. What are you going to do about this?

Russia has announced plans to export coal to India using Iran’s railways. This announcement was made during the BRICS transport ministers’ meeting at the 27th St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF).

Russia will use the International North-South Corridor (INSTC) to send coal to India. Igor Levitin, Russia’s presidential aide, stated that the first coal shipments will travel through Iran and Bandar Abbas before reaching India.

Mehrdad Bazrpash, Iran’s Minister of Roads and Urban Development, emphasized the importance of the INSTC in enhancing transportation and transit among BRICS countries. During a video conference, he noted that this corridor could significantly boost synergy in the region.

In a meeting with Iran’s Ambassador to Russia, Kazem Jalali, Levitin reiterated that the first coal wagons would transit through Iran and Bandar Abbas en route to India. Both sides discussed cooperation, particularly the Rasht-Astara Railway construction project. This project is crucial for improving transportation links between Iran and Russia.

In a separate meeting, Oleg Belozyorov, president of Russian Railways, discussed expanding bilateral cooperation with Iran’s ambassador. They focused on implementing the INSTC and enhancing railway cooperation to boost freight transport between the two nations.

In 2023, Russia transported 600,000 tons of freight through Iran. This volume is expected to rise to 4 million tons per year in 2024, according to Russia’s deputy minister of transport. This significant increase underscores the importance of the INSTC for regional trade and cooperation.

Biden will have concerns about Russia, Iran, the environment, and the fact that an ally effectively told the USSA to go to hell.

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Reader 06/14/2024 (Fri) 03:01 Id: cca320 [Preview] No.22639 del
Nothing can be done, if West sanctions India it will hurt USD even more. BRICS is partly (or even mostly) rising due to the West's arrogance and sheer stupidity.

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Wapo LIED Claiming Trump Supports A Draft, No He Does Not Reader 06/12/2024 (Wed) 18:54 Id: 9ee1d1 [Preview] No. 22637 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Wapo LIED Claiming Trump Supports A Draft, No He Does Not

Former President Donald Trump on Tuesday slammed The Washington Post for suggesting he supports mandatory military service.

"The Fake News Washington Post came up with the ridiculous idea that Donald J. Trump will call for Mandatory Military Service," Trump wrote in a TRUTH Social post. "This is only a continuation of their EIGHT YEAR failed attempt to damage me with the Voters."

The Washington Post published an article entitled "In Trump's orbit, some muse about mandating military service."

The outlet reported that Christopher Miller, who served as the acting Secretary of Defense in November 2020, said mandatory service would reinforce "the bonds of civility."

Trump said he never came up with that idea and referred to the Post as a "former newspaper."

"Only a degenerate former Newspaper, which has lost 50% of its Readers, would fabricate such a tale. Just another Fake Story, one of many, made up by the DEAD Washington Compost!" he wrote.

Seems like the "Deep State" is getting desperate, as all these recent neo-con wars have started and have been escalating under Biden's regime. None of this crap happened when Trump was president for 4 years. All the sudden it seems like the neo-con establishment is desperate to shift blame from themselves, from their endless failed wars to high price inflation. Maybe this is why no one in their right minds reads the Washington Compost anymore?


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Agenda 2030: Strip Mining America To Pay Off Insolvent Federal Debts Reader 06/11/2024 (Tue) 20:36 Id: ecebe3 [Preview] No. 22636 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Agenda 2030: Strip Mining America To Pay Off Insolvent Federal Debts

War is a place where young people who don't know each other and don't hate each other, kill each other, based on decisions made by old people, who know each other and hate each other, but don't kill each other.

Corrupt politicians like Biden, Macron and Stoltenberg will, alongside their families, take a chopper to their underground Nuclear bunker. While YOU and YOUR sons and daughters will be expected to die for them. It doesn't have to be this way if We The People don't allow it.

We can expect a significant widening of the west's participation in the conflict before Putin will be forced to react. How far this will need to go to cause his response is hard to say.... but he will not take any proactive measures to prevent any of that from happening.

Putin is very determined to avoid an escalation with NATO "at any cost." This is clear from his words and body language. It is a misguided posture on his part as this will happen regardless of his desire.

Hopefully he is at least being properly prepared for that outcome, even if it is not his wish - and make no mistake he is VERY averse to any notion of any level of conflict with NATO. He knows this will rock the boat and he simply doesn't want that.

As such, we can expect LOTS of tolerance with whichever the US/NATO does, short of attacking Moscow directly with NATO missiles.

The US government needs and wants this war because they are $34 TRILLION IN DEBT, cannot pay it, and must get debt forgiveness. Without that, they would need to adopt austerity spending which would mean cutting the Welfare, Food Stamps Medicare, spending - which they KNOW would result in political suicide... they would all be voted OUT. To those politicians, losing power would be worse than dying ...for them.

They're like drug addicts who need a fix. The politicians would rather die than give up their drug, which is "power." They'd much rather have YOU and ME die, so they can keep their power.

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White House Builds Wall To Protect Themselves Against Anti-fascists Protesting Israeli Genocide Reader 06/09/2024 (Sun) 12:18 Id: adf084 [Preview] No. 22620 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
White House Builds Wall To Protect Themselves Against Anti-fascists Protesting Israeli Genocide

Thousands of demonstrators surrounded the White House on Saturday to protest President Joe Biden's response to Israel's military strikes on Gaza.

Chants of "Free Palestine!", "Genocide is our red line", and "Israel bombs, your taxes pay" could be heard from protesters - many of whom were bussed in from over two dozen cities.

Footage posted on X shows protesters getting rowdy as police attempted to make an arrest. As a crowd chants, "Let her go!" officers deployed pepper spray (at 17 seconds).

VIDEO THREAD: Police attempted to make an arrest this afternoon outside the White House in the middle of the pro-Palestine rally kicking off now.

A crowd surrounded them chanting "let her go!" and struggled with officers, who deployed mace against protesters and press.

— Ford Fischer (@FordFischer) June 8, 2024

The woman was not arrested, and the cops were chased away, with one protester saying "get out of here motherfuckers."

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Reader 06/10/2024 (Mon) 11:25 Id: 25261e [Preview] No.22632 del
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These don't look like Antifa to me. More like a bunch of Arabs and old Caucasians with their children.
One video, morons do shout fascist at a single cop. Not that the modern idiot knows what that means anyway.

Reader 06/10/2024 (Mon) 16:43 Id: 53d566 [Preview] No.22633 del
I realize that. I was more or less being facetious, hinting the kind of "fascism" the establishment often scream about they themselves actually engage in (such as a "holocaust"). They kvetch about Hitler mass murdering Jews yesterday while Jews are mass murdering Palestinians today. I was not in any way referring to Antifa as the "anti-fascists" here. It's a type of bitter irony, hypocrisy and lies I'm trying to point out in this Babylon Bee-style headline, just like pointing out they are "building a wall to protect the White House" while they lie and claim they cannot do that at our own borders during an invasion.

In the end it won't matter anyway, these war criminals do not care about truth, ethics or democracy. They'll continue to do whatever they want until they provoke some nation or enemy that has more power and the will to fight back. That day soon may come and when it does I'm hunkering down and laying low.

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Right, but that was for the sake of anyone who doesn't know what hypocrites and Zionists Antifa are. When the day comes, I'm not fighting for either side. I will cheer the invaders on. Be it invaders of Israel or the U.S.A. For the latter, being a traitor to a traitorous government cancels out. For the former, I just hope the Jeremiah 6 prophecy happens in my lifetime.

Reader 06/11/2024 (Tue) 13:31 Id: 53d566 [Preview] No.22635 del
>I'm not fighting for either side. I will cheer the invaders on. Be it invaders of Israel or the U.S.A.

Same here, as long as the invaders intend on toppling our corrupt government rather than us, our families and fellow citizens. I have no beef with fellow citizens, this is a governmental/political leadership problem we have. On the other hand, if some city like New York gets nuked, meh, collateral damage, the rest of the nation would live just fine without certain cities anyway.

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Anti-war Parties Surge In Recent EU Elections, Macron Faces Crushing Defeat Reader 06/10/2024 (Mon) 05:44 Id: 28365f [Preview] No. 22631 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Anti-war Parties Surge In Recent EU Elections, Macron Faces Crushing Defeat

Following a historic loss to Marine Le Pen’s right-wing party in European elections on Sunday, French President Emmanuel Macron said he is dissolving the French parliament.

Macron said France will hold new elections on June 30 and July 7, a high-stakes maneuver that the WSJ said "stunned" the nation after projections based on early ballot counts came in for Sunday’s elections for the European Parliament. The projections showed National Rally garnering around 31% of the vote, twice the support for Macron’s Renew Party.

Results in France look as bad as had been forecast, per exit polls. Macon's party barely gets 2nd place - and less than half the 31.5% of the National Rally of Marine Le Pen.

Will have consequences in France, but also Europe.

— Stanley Pignal (@spignal) June 9, 2024

Bardella and Le Pen humiliate Macron in European elections. Macron dissolves National Assembly and calls new elections in a month.

— RadioGenoa (@RadioGenoa) June 9, 2024

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New Arms Race! Biden Signs New Guidance For Using US Nuclear Weapons Reader 06/08/2024 (Sat) 08:37 Id: 41c1fd [Preview] No. 22607 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
New Arms Race! Biden Signs New Guidance For Using US Nuclear Weapons

Remember when the corrupt media and communist democrats were saying Trump was going to start WWIII because he was talking tough with China, Iran, and North Korea? Where are they all now that Biden is actually actively trying to start WWIII?

A new Arms Race is now kicking off. President Joseph Biden has signed "new guidelines" on the conditions for the US use of nuclear weapons.

This was announced by Special Assistant to the US President, Senior Director for Arms Control at the National Security Council, Pranay Vaddi.

"The updated guidance takes into account the realities of the new nuclear era. They emphasize the need to address the growth and diversity of China's nuclear arsenal, as well as the need to contain Russia, China, and North Korea, simultaneously," he said.

MY COMMENT: Contain? What is it that they need to "contain" exactly? I keep track of a lot of current events and news around the globe, and I can say with certainty it is our own governments in the West that are the ones being the most antagonistic today. All I see from our government is the obsession for endless war and non-stop escalation. America used to be a diplomatic country, even back during the Cuban missile crisis our government was willing to talk and negotiate for peace, contrary to what is happening today. What we need to "contain" is is all these foreign entanglements! We still have homeless American veterans dying in the streets while most of the youth can barely even afford rent or food anymore!

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Reader 06/09/2024 (Sun) 18:12 Id: 052a5c [Preview] No.22626 del
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Furthermore, I'd like to add something to clarify my honest opinion. I care less if America creates more nuclear weapons, we probably should just because they are a fail-safe deterrent for escalation. It wouldn't matter anyway because the world would be brought back to the stone age if they were actually used in a global war.

That aside, if Ukraine had negotiated a peace agreement with Russia, millions of Ukrainians would still be alive today and their economy would have recovered. More war only means more destruction for everyone involved. It's best for everyone to stay out of war and engage in diplomacy. That's what the UN was supposedly created for. If NATO decides to go to war I cannot stop them, but me, my family and friends can decide for ourselves whether or not to have anything to do with it and we made that decision. Every American and European needs to make a decision what to do (or not do) during an escalation and the sooner the better.

Reader 06/09/2024 (Sun) 18:47 [Preview] No.22627 del
>Surrender for PEACE!

Reader 06/09/2024 (Sun) 21:20 Id: 5a1378 [Preview] No.22628 del
Johnny huh? Thought he left after weeks of shitting on Hitler because he's a sad, pathetic kike.
Lies. I would see the report if you did that. Your ID changes though, so I can tell banning you would be fucking annoying.

Reader 06/09/2024 (Sun) 22:55 Id: 052a5c [Preview] No.22629 del
The only war I'd get involved with is if there is an imminent hostile threat to myself, family or nearby neighbors. Fighting for a corrupt government and their globohomo special interests that desire global hegemony? Give me a break! I think even Hitler would laugh at this pathetic scenario where whites die for the very governments trying to replace them.

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Hitler was referring to fighting to preserve your cultural heritage as opposed to interracial breeding. It was not a quote to participate in wars led explicitly by jews.

What reduces one race to starvation stimulates another to harder work. All the great civilisations of the past became decadent because the originally creative race died out, as a result of contamination of the blood. The most profound cause of such a decline is to be found in the fact that the people ignored the principle that all culture depends on men, and not the reverse.

In other words, in order to preserve a certain culture, the type of manhood that creates such a culture must be preserved, but such a preservation goes hand in hand with the inexorable law that it is the strongest and the best who must triumph and that they have the right to endure. He who would live must fight. He who does not wish to fight in this world, where permanent struggle is the law of life, has not the right to exist. Such a saying may sound hard, but, after all, that is how the matter really stands. Yet far harder is the lot of him who believes that he can overcome Nature, and thus in reality insults her. Distress, misery, and disease, are her rejoinders.

Whoever ignores or despises the laws of race really deprives himself of the happiness to which he believes he can attain, for he places an obstacle in the victorious path of the superior race and, by so doing, he interferes with a prerequisite condition of, all human progress. Loaded with the burden of human sentiment, he falls back to the level of a helpless animal. - Mein Kampf Volume 1 Chapter 11

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Disturbing! US-Taxpayer Funded Ukraine Agency Declared AMERICANS Enemies Reader 06/09/2024 (Sun) 17:47 Id: c6cff6 [Preview] No. 22624 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Disturbing! US-Taxpayer Funded Ukraine Agency Declared AMERICANS Enemies

A US, UK, and European government-backed Ukrainian publication called “Data Journalism Agency” (TEXTY) has released a new report labeling hundreds of Americans as adversaries due to their refusals to endorse more war and more funding for the Ukrainian government.

Titled “Roller Coaster: From Trumpists to Communists” the report identifies top U.S. politicians, journalists, and social media influencers, claiming all the individuals and organizations in question are Russian propaganda tools. The list includes former President Donald J. Trump, the Real America’s Voice network, Laura Loomer, Jack Posobiec, Ben Shapiro, Ron DeSantis, Matt Gaetz, RFK Jr, Elon Musk, Vivek Ramaswamy, Tucker Carlson, J.D. Vance, Ron Paul, Alex Jones, Gavin Wax, and dozens more.

One of the founders of TEXTY, Anatoly Bondarenko, is involved in the U.S. State Department’s “TechCamp” project. The National Pulse has also archived evidence that the group is deeply involved with USAID, UKaid, the Eurasia Foundation, the European Union, and more:

TEXTY is an “Implementing Partner” of the USAID’s Transparency and Accountability in Public Administration and Services (TAPAS) Project.

Ukrainians have been known to compile lists of their so-called enemies, with the infamous “kill list” by the Mirotvorets Center in Kiev leading to some even being targeted and murdered, including journalist Daria Dugina. The revelation that tax dollars may help fund such efforts to create “hate lists” and “kill lists” of American citizens raises significant concerns about US support for Ukraine.


I have just been notified that the US government-affiliated Ukrainian web publication “Data Journalism Agency” (TEXTY) has listed me on their official “enemy list”

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Substantial Chance Of A Major Financial Collapse Follows The End Of Offshored Industrialization Reader 06/08/2024 (Sat) 09:40 Id: 83ed49 [Preview] No. 22609 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Substantial Chance Of A Major Financial Collapse Follows The End Of Offshored Industrialization

Moving industrialization offshore can look like a good idea at first. But as fossil fuel energy supplies deplete, this strategy works less well. Countries doing the mining and manufacturing may be less interested in trading. Also, the broken supply lines of 2020 and 2021 showed that transferring major industries offshore could lead to empty shelves in stores, plus unhappy customers.

Industry is based on the use of fossil fuels. Electricity also plays a role, but it is more like the icing on the cake than the basis of industrial production. Industry is polluting in many ways, so it was an “easy sell” to move industry offshore. But now the United States is realizing that it needs to re-industrialize. At the same time, we are being told about the need to transition the entire economy to electricity to prevent climate change.

A transition to all electricity is not feasible without fossil fuel ironically. Instead, we seem to be headed for increased geo-political conflict and the possibility of a financial crash seems greater.

Economists and energy analysts have tended to assume that fossil fuel prices would rise to very high levels, allowing extraction of huge amounts of difficult-to-extract fossil fuels. For example, the International Energy Agency (IEA) in the past has shown forecasts of future oil production assuming that inflation-adjusted oil prices will rise to $300 per barrel.

Instead of rising to a very high level, fossil fuel prices tend to spike because there is a two-way contest between the price the consumers can afford and the price the sellers need to keep reinvesting in new fields to keep fossil fuel supplies increasing. Prices oscillate back and forth, with neither buyers nor sellers finding themselves very happy with the situation. The current price of the benchmark, Brent oil, is $81.

When world oil prices started to spike in the 1973-1974 period, the US started to move its industrial production offshore. The very low inflation-adjusted prices that prevailed up until 1972 no longer held. Manufacturing costs climbed higher. Consumers wanted smaller, more fuel-efficient vehicles, and such cars were already being manufactured both in Europe and in Japan. Importing these cars made sense.

More recently, coal prices have begun to spike. Before China joined the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 2001, coal prices tended to be below $50 per ton. At that price, coal was a very inexpensive fuel for making steel and concrete, and for many other industrial uses.

After China joined the WTO, China’s coal consumption soared, allowing it to industrialize. At present, coal prices are part-way back down, perhaps partly because higher interest rates are dampening world demand for coal.

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Reader 06/08/2024 (Sat) 09:40 Id: 83ed49 [Preview] No.22610 del
Having oil, coal, and natural gas prices spiking at the same time leads to inflation and to many unhappy citizens.

The 1997 Kyoto Protocol encouraged the trend toward moving industry to lower-cost countries.

At that time, an international treaty stating that the participating countries would limit their own CO2 emissions attracted a lot of attention. An easy way to limit CO2 emissions was by moving industry overseas. Even though the US did not sign the treaty until later, the treaty gave the US a reason to move industry overseas.

There were many reasons to move industry overseas besides spiking oil prices and concern over CO2 levels. With such a change, customers in the US (and European countries making a similar change) gained access to lower-cost goods and services. With the money the customers could save, they were able to buy more discretionary goods and services, which helped to ramp up local economies.

Furthermore, business-owners in the United States could sense the opportunity to grow to be truly international in size if they moved much of their industry overseas.

In a matter of a few years, the economy changed to provide fewer high-paying factory jobs in the United States. Increasingly, those without advanced education found it difficult to provide an adequate living for their families. The high incomes were disproportionately going to highly educated workers and the owners of capital goods.

China, with its growing industrialization, could outcompete whole industries, such as furniture-making and garment-making, leaving US workers to find lower-paid jobs in the service sector. Similar outcomes unfolded in the EU and Japan, as industrialization started moving to different parts of the world.

The indirect impact of the 1997 Kyoto Protocol was to move CO2 emissions slightly away from the Advanced Nations. Overall, CO2 emissions rose.

Reader 06/08/2024 (Sat) 09:41 Id: 83ed49 [Preview] No.22611 del
The indirect impact of the 1997 Kyoto Protocol was to move CO2 emissions slightly away from the Advanced Nations. Overall, CO2 emissions rose.

Anyone who expected that the 1997 Kyoto Protocol would reduce world CO2 emissions should have been disappointed.

Thanks to the direct use of fossil fuels, the world can have paved roads, bridges made of steel, and electricity transmission lines. It can have concrete. It can have pharmaceutical products, herbicides, and insecticides. Many of these benefits come from the chemical properties of fossil fuels. Electricity, by itself, could never provide these products since it has been stripped of the chemical benefits of fossil fuels. Electricity is also difficult to store.

With the benefit of fossil fuels, the world can also have high-quality steel, with precisely the composition desired by those making it. With only electricity, it is possible to use electric arc furnaces to recycle used steel, but such steel is limited both in quantity and quality. US production of steel amounts to 5% of world supply (primarily using electric arc furnaces), while China’s production (mostly using coal) amounts to 50% of world supply.

Today, with the US’s limited steel-making capability, the US needs to import most of its steel, including steel pipes from China to drill its oil wells. We cannot see how dependent we have become on other countries for our basic steel needs.

China and India have both based their recent growth primarily on rising coal consumption. This is what has kept world CO2 emissions high. The US is now exporting coal to these countries.

Citizens of Advanced Economies are easily confused about the importance of fossil fuel use because they have never been taught about the subject and because their worldview is distorted by the narrow view they see from within their homes and offices.

The thing that most people do not realize is that industrial use and transportation use are extremely large sectors of the economy, and these sectors are very low consumers of electricity. The thing that most people do not realize is that industrial use and transportation use are extremely large sectors of the economy, and these sectors are very low consumers of electricity.

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Reader 06/08/2024 (Sat) 09:41 Id: 83ed49 [Preview] No.22612 del
In my opinion, today’s world is a little like the “Roaring 20s” that came shortly before a major stock market crash in 1929 and the Great Depression of the 1930s. After the Great Depression, the world entered World War II. There is huge wage and wealth disparity, energy supplies per capita are stretched.

Today, NATO and Russia are fighting a proxy war in Ukraine. Russia is a major fossil fuel producer; it would like to be paid more for the energy products it sells. Russia could perhaps get better prices by selling oil and other energy products to Asian customers instead of its current customer mix. At the same time, the US claims primary leadership (hegemony) in the world but, in fact, it needs to import many goods from overseas. It even needs supply lines from around the world for weapons being sent to Ukraine. The Ukraine conflict is not going well for the US.

I do not know how this will work out. I am hoping that there will not be a World War III, in the same way that there was a World War II. All countries are terribly dependent on each other, even though there are not enough fossil fuels to go around.

I think that there is a substantial chance of a major financial collapse in the next few years. The level of debt is very high now. A major recession, with lots of collapsing debt, seems to be a strong possibility.


Reader 06/08/2024 (Sat) 22:35 Id: 7de17a [Preview] No.22617 del
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You'll never be 8KP™

Reader 06/08/2024 (Sat) 23:04 Id: a1056f [Preview] No.22618 del
who is that? He's so handsome.

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Japanese Leader Apologizes To Citizen Victims Over Mass Covid Clot Shot Deaths Reader 06/02/2024 (Sun) 22:13 Id: d58773 [Preview] No. 22596 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Japanese Leader Apologizes To Citizen Victims Over Mass Covid Clot Shot Deaths

Kazuhiro Haraguchi, the former Japanese Minister for Internal Affairs, has become the first major politician to apologize to the unvaccinated for the tsunami of deaths occuring among the vaccinated population.

Earlier this week, huge numbers of Japanese citizens took to the streets to protest against the crimes against humanity perpetrated by globalist organizations such by World Health Organization (WHO) and World Economic Forum (WEF) during the plandemic/scamdemic.

During an opening speech at the protests, Haraguchi delivered a powerful and emotional apology for the huge numbers of deaths now occurring as a result of the deadly mRNA roll-out.

Haraguchi began by addressing the grief and loss felt by families who have lost loved ones who were coerced into taking the COVID jab. With a deep sense of sincerity, he extended his condolences and took responsibility for the failings of those in power. “I apologize to all of you. So many have died, and they shouldn’t have,” he said.

Thelibertybeacon.com reports: One of the key points in Haraguchi’s speech was his criticism of the ban on Ivermectin, a drug developed by Dr. Satoshi Omura, which he believed could have played a significant role in combating the pandemic. Haraguchi questioned the motives behind the ban, suggesting that economic interests were prioritized over public health. “Why? Because they are cheap. They don’t want it because it will interfere with the sales of the vaccines,” he argued. This statement drew loud applause from the crowd, many of whom felt that corporate profits had taken precedence over human lives.

Haraguchi then shared a deeply personal story about his own health struggles. After receiving vaccines, he developed a severe illness, specifically a rapidly progressing form of cancer. “This time last year, I had neither eyebrows nor hair. Two out of the three supposed vaccines I received were lethal batches,” he revealed. This candid account of his battle with cancer, which included significant physical changes like hair loss, struck a chord with the audience. He recounted an incident where his appearance became a point of distraction in the Diet, with an opponent focusing more on his wig than the issues at hand.

In the conclusion of his speech, Haraguchi issued a rallying call for action. He urged the people to stand united in challenging the government and its questionable decisions. “Let’s overthrow this government,” he proclaimed, emphasizing the need for change and accountability. He called on legislators to continue fighting for the people’s lives and freedoms, “Let’s make it happen,” he concluded.


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