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Gookening / Pajeetening Strelok 06/17/2020 (Wed) 04:14:42 No.2765
2 for 1 Asian Special Korea: >June 13th: Kim Yo Jong Severs Relations with South Korea https://web.archive.org/web/20200613152332/https://twitter.com/xhnews/status/1271824285703651328 >June 15th: North Korea Threatens to Advance Into DMZ https://archive.is/ycpZY >June 16th: >North Korea Demolishes the Inter-Korean Liaison Office https://archive.is/5xu42 >North Korea Declares Intention to Re-Militarize Kaesong and Mt. Kumgang https://web.archive.org/web/20200617032412/https://en.yna.co.kr/view/AEN20200617000200325 >Kim Yo Jong Lambastes South Korean President Moon for Pretending to be a "Cool Guy" https://archive.is/nyzoJ >South Korea Prepared to Retaliate Against Military Incursion https://web.archive.org/web/20200617032543/https://en.yna.co.kr/view/AEN20200617003800325 https://archive.is/8Y4H7 India: >June 16th: Indian and Chinese forces engage in hand-to-hand combat on a mountain ridge in the Himalayan Galwan Valley. 3 pajeets dead on the scene, 17 die later from injuries. Indian media claims 43 Chinese casualties. Chinks claim it was an Pajeet provocation while Pajeets claim they were attempting to de-escalate and came under attack. >New Delhi: Twenty Indian soldiers were killed in a "violent face-off" with Chinese troops at Galwan Valley in Ladakh, the army said on Tuesday, in the most serious escalation between the two countries along the border in five decades. News agency ANI claimed that sources had confirmed 43 Chinese soldiers have been killed or seriously injured because of intercepts, though the army's statement did not refer to this. A statement on Tuesday confirmed the death of a Colonel and two jawans and spoke of "casualties on both sides". India blamed the clashes on "an attempt by the Chinese side to unilaterally change the status quo there", rebutting China's claims that Indian soldiers crossed the border. https://archive.is/Lei0Y >PLA Death Squads Hunted Down Indian Troops in Galwan in Savage Execution Spree, says report >Furious hand-to-hand fighting raged across the Galwan river valley for over eight hours on Monday night, as People’s Liberation Army assault teams armed with iron rods as well as batons wrapped in barbed wire hunted down and slaughtered troops of the 16 Bihar Regiment, News18 cited a senior government official familiar with the debriefing of survivors at hospitals in Leh as saying. >The savage combat, with few parallels in the history of modern armies, is confirmed to have claimed the lives of at least 23 Indian soldiers, including 16 Bihar’s commanding officer, Colonel Santosh Babu, many because of protracted exposure to sub-zero temperatures the Indian Army said late on Tuesday, the report added. >“Even unarmed men who fled into the hillsides were hunted down and killed,” the report quoted an officer as saying. “The dead include men who jumped into the Galwan river in a desperate effort to escape,” it added. >Government sources say at least another two dozen soldiers are battling life-threatening injuries, and over 110 have needed treatment, the News18 report said. “The toll will likely go up,” the report quoted a military officer with knowledge of the issue as saying. https://archive.is/dcT9e >Chinese State Media: China is well prepared for and holds the advantage in a potential larger military conflict with India, which should not take China’s restraint as a sign of weakness. Both sides should maintain restraint as military clashes don’t fit each other’s interests. https://archive.is/26MzK >Editor of Chinese State Newspaper: This is definitely not Chinese people like me want to hear. Lives of Chinese and Indian soldiers are all precious. Indian political force that pushes those young soldiers to deadly physical clashes is responsible for their death. India must stop taking risks at border. https://archive.is/h0LNO >PLA Rocket Force Official "If we had to go to battle tomorrow, We are Ready !" https://archive.is/UsLpQ
apparently china is also having freak tornados (shitloads of storms to kinda expected) and hail shaped like corona. >inb4 jewtube again Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1PUBv2zng0&feature=youtu.be also has more of what has already been reported.
>>3379 Catapults would be a better weapon. A good sling will kill you and it's not difficult to say you were carrying it to kill small game for your supper if you're living in a remote area.
>>3386 >massive rock flies into Indian base >it was just a rockslide pajeet
>>3371 >What do you mean cargo ships having ran aground near Chongqing implies that some small unimportant dam got flooded further downstream near a few ruined settlements that haven't been inhabited since Nationalist reactionaries flooded them in 1938? >don't you know the glorious CCP is scrapping old ships from dumb dirty gweilo capitalist and turning their remains into natural reservoirs to stop climate change?
>>3365 >wuhan THAT wuhan?
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June 27th: India exploring military options to prevent total humiliation: >According to India Today, India is exploring all types of military options as a response if Chinese aggression continues. Some options being discussed are special operations to push the Chinese back from Pangong Lake or continue a military build-up at other sectors along the LAC. https://archive.vn/a5TXW Full article: https://archive.vn/vW8bO Chinese are building a helipad on the border region: >Chinese building helipad in Pangong Tso, massing troops on southern bank of lake >As tensions run high between India and China on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh, and no talks scheduled so far between military commanders, the Chinese army has started consolidating its positions in the Pangong Tso area. This includes undertaking construction of a helipad at Finger 4 and a sudden increase of Chinese troops on the southern banks of Pangong Tso. This has led to apprehensions that the Chinese are asserting their claims and conveying their rejection of status quo in the area. >An official told The Indian Express, “It is correct that the Chinese have started consolidating their positions on the north bank of Pangong Tso lake. There is a helipad that is now being constructed in the Finger 4 area, which is in addition to all the other infrastructure construction done by them in past eight weeks or so... PLA patrols are now regularly making small forays down the ridge of Finger 3 towards the bank of the lake and then returning to the ridge. They are essentially asking us to move back to Finger 2.” >A second official said this meant that “the Chinese are telling us that they have no intention of going back or restoring the status quo as in April. It is why they have not been interested in discussing any disengagement or de-escalation in Pangong Tso.” “We are also deployed in adequate strength but there are certain tactical restrictions imposed by the local terrain which we are cognisant of. Let me just say it is a challenging area for us,” the official said. >Pangong Tso and its northern bank have been a territory of contention between the two sides but before the current tensions arose, the Chinese had a permanent base at Finger 8. They have now deployed themselves eight kilometres to the west, at Finger 4 where they have also constructed shelters, pillboxes, bunkers and other infrastructure both on the bank and the ridgeline. >The Fingers are mountainous spurs jutting out from the ridge on the northern bank towards the lake. https://archive.vn/U3yio PLA demonstrates mine-clearing rocket: >PLA's Assault Breacher Vehicle launcheing rocket-projected mine clearing line charge (MICLIC) to clear a path on the high plateau of Northwestern China https://archive.vn/dltf3 Journalists no longer allowed in border region: >Due to grave situation on #China border journalists & media this time are not allowed to venture in eastern #Ladakh except the administrative capital #Leh #IndiaChinaFaceOff https://archive.vn/Xy4h1 FBI is investigation 2000 Chinese nationals for espionage: >FBI Director Christopher Wray said the bureau is conducting more than 2,000 active investigations connected to the Chinese Communist Party. Wray, who took over the FBI’s top spot in the wake of President Trump’s firing of James Comey, told Bret Baier of Special Report on Fox News that China is the greatest threat to the U.S. economy and its democratic principles, warning about the dangers posed by Chinese trade theft and espionage. >“There’s no country that presents a broader, more comprehensive threat to America’s innovation, to our economic security, and to our democratic ideas than China does,” Wray said in an interview that aired Wednesday. "The FBI has over 2,000 active investigations that trace back to the government in China," Wray said, noting that they represent “about a 1300% increase in terms of economic espionage investigations with a Chinese nexus from about a decade ago.” >Wray also claimed the bureau is "opening a new counterintelligence investigation that ties back to China every 10 hours." The Justice Department has increased its scrutiny of China’s activities recently, starting the China Initiative in 2018 and prosecuting Chinese nationals in espionage cases, cracking down on hacking schemes, prosecuting efforts to steal trade secrets, and going after the Thousand Talents Program, including Harvard professor Charles Lieber. >Wray said the Chinese government is “pursuing a campaign of intellectual property theft, economic espionage, cyber intrusions that target businesses — big and small — all across the country, and our academic research institutions.” Wray added that Beijing operates “not just through traditional government officials, which they certainly do, but also through what we sometimes call nontraditional collectors — which can be businessmen, high-level scientists, high-level academics ... all of whom are in different ways incentivized to steal American innovation and confidential information and take it back to China.” http://archive.is/b9Jft
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>>3392 Yes, pure coincidence. The chinks have a choice between shutting the dam locks and flooding upstream Chongqing or opening the locks and flooding Wuhan. Or they could shut the locks and the dam bursts anyway, or they open the locks but the flooding renders the ground around the dam unstable and washes it away. That is, if there is enough water. This is Gonggong, the Chinese God of floods, please say something nice about him.
>>3379 >>3378 >>3373 Maybe it was a different in trusting your other soldiers and working together? For all their flaws I suspect the average pajeet is more likely to work with another pajeet vs bugpeople who'll drive past someone lying in the street out of self preservation. Like when the combat got real would a chink back up another chink he wasn't related to at risk to himself? It seems unlikely.
>>3397 difference*
>>3382 How much do you want to bet all this convenient weather is being caused by top secret weather weapons? The corona shaped hail seems to be a slap in the face and now we've got the biggest recorded saharan dust cloud ready to kill off any hurricanes coming from the Gulf for the rest of the year. Conveniently good timing considering all the tropical storms we are looking forward to this year could really hurt the economy. Imagine all the property loss from flooding if the storms were left unchecked?
>>3382 >Jewtube link Back to cuckchan
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One month's buildup at Chinese military base. https://archive.vn/1RwMx https://archive.vn/eGbZd
>>3372 >>3378 >>3379 >>3380 EVERYBODY WAS KUNG FU FIGHTING Galwan Valley: China to use martial art trainers after India border clash >China has said it is moving 20 martial art trainers to the Tibetan plateau to train its forces. No official reason for the decision has been given, but it comes after at least 20 Indian troops were killed in clashes with Chinese border forces. >Under an agreement dating back to 1996, neither side carries guns or explosives in the area. China has not released any information about its casualties, while India says 76 of its soldiers were injured. >News of the army's new martial arts trainers was reported by official Chinese news outlets on 20 June, according to Hong Kong media. State broadcaster CCTV said 20 fighters from the Enbo Fight Club would be based in the Tibetan capital, Lhasa, although Chinese media had not confirmed they would be training troops on the border with India. >China and India - both nuclear powers - have exchanged blame over responsibility for the fighting in the Galwan river valley in Ladakhon on 15 June. The area, with its harsh climate and high-altitude terrain, is close to Aksai Chin, a disputed area claimed by India but controlled by China. http://archive.is/oXhEX I'm not sure how much this will help in preventing them from falling off a cliff however.
>>3425 Well that's going to backfire horribly. Military unarmed combat style is a form of mixed martial arts, since it takes stuff from this and that. Chinese will now be predisposed to using majorly or only kung-fu, which the military combat style always has a counter for.
>>3428 From what I can find the "Enbo Fight Club" is actually an MMA gym, it appears they were previously known for adopting orphans and abandoned children to train them in martial arts for some reason.
>>3429 >they were previously known for adopting orphans and abandoned children to train them in martial arts for some reason Hmmm
>>3428 Just a little wreslting could help their troops drive back Indians and keep themselves from gettting taken down and murdered on the ground. Imagine getting double legged on a Cliffside? If they do learn mma the Indians might have to step their game up a bit. I know they have some of the top wrestlers in the olympics.
>>3425 Kung Flu fighting*
>>3425 Wow the new Mortal Kombat Retro looks great.
>>3425 Imagine one of these guys going nuts to butts fly kicking into New Delhi and a street shitter just de-squats and shoots him
>>3385 >thinking google won't know so young, so naive >F12 >Network >video streaming from https://***.googlevideo.com/videoplayback?...
>>3472 wow much doge so meme I don't give a flying fuck if jewgle knows that I'm listening to Touhou-inspired eurobeat and like to watch military history videos. But the whole site is the creation of pajeets for niggers by now, so the interface is a horrible mess and the player itself is just shit. If you can't see it, then you clearly are the intended audience, you fucking double nigger.
>>3475 then why the fuck bother with YT proxies? is that what 1337 h4x0rs do?? <i read everything in a meme voice >autism intensifies
>>3477 >interface and player are shit <Oh, but why would you bother with a proxy that replaces the interface and the player? Aren't you part of le 1337 h4x0rs legion? No maymany pls :(
>>3478 strelok for the love of god stop responding to people like that, the only options are they're either retarded or trolling and it's a total waste of time to bother with either also chances are if the guy is being this much of an obtuse moron everyone else is already aware and you don't need to defend your position so vehemently against the sloppy onslaught of an idiot
>>3355 >officers with guns You really don't understand shitskins do you? Officers with guns threaten their soldiers in Africa all the fucking time. You know what also happens all the fucking time? The soldiers, who also have guns on top of being traitorous niggers, wait until they have an opportunity to shoot the officer and then start their own faction in the endless civil war that is the dark continent.
>>3425 >Chinese martial arts >vid The Indians will be pooping themselves before they get a chance to fight back. www.drsnysvet.cz/fake-mistri-bojovych-umeni-v-akci/
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BREAKING: NEW 'NATIONAL SECURITY LAW' MARKS END FOR AUTONOMOUS HONG KONG >HONG KONG (AP) — Hong Kong’s leader strongly endorsed the new security law China’s central government is imposing on the semi-autonomous territory in her speech marking Wednesday’s anniversary of its handover from colonial Britain. >“This decision was necessary and timely to maintain Hong Kong’s stability,” Carrie Lam said. >The law directly targets some of the actions of anti-government protesters last year, which included attacks on government offices and police stations, damage to subway stations, and the shutdown of the city’s international airport. Acts of vandalism against government facilities or public transit can be prosecuted as subversion or terrorism, while anyone taking part in activities deemed as secessionist would also be in violation of the new law. >The new national security law further blurs the distinction between the legal systems of semi-autonomous Hong Kong, which maintained aspects of British law after the 1997 handover, and the mainland’s authoritarian Communist Party system. Its passage comes after Hong Kong’s legislature in early June made it illegal to insult the Chinese national anthem. >President Xi Jinping signed a presidential order making the law take effect after its approval by the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress, China’s rubber-stamp legislature, and it has been added to the Basic Law, Hong Kong’s constitution. >Under the law, those found guilty of inciting secessionist, subversive, terrorist activities and colluding with foreign forces could face life imprisonment if they are deemed masterminds of such activities. https://web.archive.org/web/20200701024010/https://apnews.com/481e4051462954f6ddc3bb3079f14ad4
>>3536 >her <every time females have no place in any positions of authority outside the home. all according to """plan""" i'm sure, though.
>>3537 She is a puppet. Not the true power behind the seat.
>>3537 She isn't in a place of authority. She didn't even get to read the bill at first.
>>3536 Wonder what the numbers are on people leaving. It is clear that Hong Kong will no longer be the trade megalopolis it used to be, and will be just another chink city at best.
>>3545 >It is clear that Hong Kong will no longer be the trade megalopolis it used to be China may have fucked their own ass with this one.
Is there any way that HK citizens can all move to RoC and... salt the earth, so to speak?
>>3549 In the end they will. Although the alternative option for CCP is caving to the demands and and fucking themselves in the ass in front of their domestic audience instead.
>>3551 If by RoC you mean Rest of China the government will probably be able to track them. HKers have a lot to loose moving from HK to the mainland.
>>3551 >RoC Why the hell would Hong Kongers want to go to Taiwan and fuck things up over there?
>>3555 I think he´s talking about screwing up the most possible the chinks of the mainland and then move to Taiwan, not fucking up Taiwan.
>>3554 >RoC Look it up, my man. Republic of China (aka. Taiwan) =/= People's Republic of China. You see, one of them is for the people and I'll give you a (You) if you can guess which one first try. >>3555 >>3556 Yeah the second one. Soil the soil of HK when defeat becomes imminent.
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News dump: TikTok banned in India >India Bans Nearly 60 Chinese Apps, Including TikTok and WeChat >The move is part of the tit-for-tat retaliation after the Indian and Chinese militaries clashed earlier this month. >India’s government banned nearly 60 Chinese mobile apps on Monday, including TikTok, citing national security concerns, after a deadly clash between their militaries this month raised tensions between the two countries to the highest level in decades. >The fighting two weeks ago, along the disputed border between the world’s two most populous countries, left 20 Indian soldiers dead and an unknown number of Chinese casualties. While India has vowed to retaliate, it lags far behind China in military and economic power, leaving it with few options. But Chinese telecommunication and social networking companies have long eyed India’s giant market and its enormous potential. About 50 percent of India’s 1.3 billion citizens are online. >In addition to TikTok, the popular video-sharing social networking platform, the banned apps include WeChat, UC Browser, Shareit and Baidu Map. Analysts say up to a third of TikTok’s global users are based in India. >The Chinese apps were “stealing and surreptitiously transmitting users’ data in an unauthorized manner to servers which have locations outside India,” India’s Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology said in a statement Monday. “The compilation of these data, its mining and profiling by elements hostile to national security and defense of India, which ultimately impinges upon the sovereignty and integrity of India, is a matter of very deep and immediate concern which requires emergency measures,” the statement added. http://archive.is/E9jwE Chinese government posts video of Three Gorges Dam releasing water, a month before the flood season. >June 29 Three Gorges Dam discharges water first time in 2020, in response to potential flooding risk. https://archive.is/TBULO Wuhan (Hankou) water level hourly from Chinese government: first flood warning level breached at 25m. Next warning at 27m, critical warning at 29m. http://www.cjh.com.cn/swyb_sssq.html Nearly 3 billion US dollars of gold bars in Wuhan found to be counterfeit gold plated copper: >Chinese firm dumps 83 tonnes of fake gold on the market >Over $2bn of loans may have been backed by fake gold, finds corruption probe. >An investigation has uncovered one of the biggest gold counterfeiting scandals in recent history. >The probe, carried out by Chinese news outlet Caixin found that Wuhan Kingold Jewelry, the largest privately-owned gold processor in central China’s Hubei province, used at least 83 tonnes of counterfeit gold as collateral for loans amounting to 20 billion yuan ($2.8 billion) from over a dozen Chinese financial institutions. According to the report, the faked collateral is equivalent to 22% of China's annual gold production and 4.2% of the state gold reserve as of 2019. In short, more than four percent of China's official gold reserves may be fake. >The counterfeit metal was discovered in February when one of Kingold’s lenders, Dongguan Trust, decided to liquidate its collateral to cover defaulted debts. Following the discovery, three other Kingold creditors also performed tests on the gold in their vaults and found it was fake. http://archive.is/9a2rS >One of China’s largest gold jewellery manufacturers, Wuhan-based and NASDAQ-listed Kingold Jewelry, is being accused of depositing fake gold bars as collateral to obtain loans from 14 Chinese financial institutions. The 83 tonnes of gold were purportedly valued at 20.6 billion yuan (A$4.2 billion) but many of them have turned out to be gilded copper, according to reports from Beijing. >Two New York law firms have already begun investigations into securities fraud on behalf of investors in Kingold Jewelry Inc (NASDAQ: KGJI). The story broke after a Beijing-based website investigated complaints and then posted the news under the headline: “The mystery of [US]$2 billion of loans backed by fake gold”. >Kingold is denying it lodged fake bars with Chinese lenders such as China Minsheng Trust, Hengfeng Bank, Dongguan Trust and Bank of Zhangjiakou. The trust companies involved are largely what are known as “shadow banks”. http://archive.is/XGXhf Indian soldiers conduct chemical weapons drilll. https://archive.is/0nrm8
>>3562 At least some personnel at the lenders was probably complicit. There's no way anyone would take gold bars as collateral of a major debt and not bother doing spot checks on a few.
>>3562 >ES File Explorer SHIEEEEEEEET
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>>3562 Miscellaneous dam shit: Recent satellite imagery of the dam on June 24, 2020 from https://eos.com/landviewer/. Note it isn't warped as in the Google imagery, however there is obvious turbulence downstream from the dam indicating a large outflow of water. Map of the Chinese dam system. There are two smaller dams preceding the Three Gorges Dam, and a third following it. Weather forecast for Yichang, China, immediately downstream from the dam. Chink falls into manhole during flooding.
>>3583 >>3562 Just wanted to say thanks anon for dredging all this up and giving us regular updates.
>>3545 Hong Kong isn't so important in terms of sheer income anymore though it is more than the ~4% of GDP the official chink figures claim as they're generally exaggerated but what matters is that it's the conduit for foreign investment coming in and for corrupt officials hiding their money going out. Hong Kong worked on western-style business law and unlike the mainland you weren't inherently fucked investing from abroad: that's gone now. However much like the pajeet shit this is probably more to try and spark more protests to distract the mainland population from the coronavirus problems. Long term it's bad for the chinks since even if it shuts down opposition all they've got is an additional generic chink city but right now they need short term distractions.
>>3595 The Chinese Communist Party doean't care about the commerce at this point. The Chinese economy is slowing down either way, a wave of discontent is coming. It would rather shut down a loophole that could allow the CIA to funnel money to internal opposition groups or allow unreliable party functionaries to escape to the West with state funds (and large swaths of the economy are considered state-owned enterprises) than risk its fundamental hold on power for a few more scraps of profits it has all but exhausted from Western consumers at this point.
>>3583 LOL those manholes are made out of shitty plasic. Biggest issue with the TGD is that the area it's built is not very stable. I t would be better if they built the damns in Tibet (much lower water flowing on the upper flow of the river). I've been to XLD and XJB, damns are okay but there are going to be problems moving equipment if shit happens, that stretch of road is shit (read: dirt + potholes mainly). Fortunately in the US we don't need /have dams on the lower Mississippi since we don't have a shit ton of major cities along the length of it like we don't have a good 40% of the pop on the lower flow.
Strange noises in Guizhou, China have been occurring for the past 10 days. CIA psyops? Mining operation / natural phenomena? HAARP? Imminent seismic activity? Godzilla? Shitty editing?
>>3632 There are (three) likely causes of the whooping noise. An alarm, a bird (unlikely) or gas pockets escaping through narrow cracks in the earth. HAARP makes a different noise, much higher pitch, though the trembling remains. Does Guizhou have a history of earthquakes or a significant military/research presence?

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