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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
>>2765 can you give me a greentext summary of what happened? i dont even know why theyre at eachothers throats and the information is too scattered to put together a proper "story" of whats going on.
>>2766 The North Korean one started with propaganda leaflets being distributed by balloon from defectors in the South as an excuse. All the announcements have been from Kim's sister while Kim himself has been AWOL. China decided it was going to build forward bases within Indian territory in May to forestall possible Indian development in the Himalayas that they fear could lead to an Indian attempt to recover land they lost in their 1962 border war and promote Tibetan separatism. Indian forces have been trying to get them to leave to no avail. The two nations have a non-aggression agreement that bars the usage of firearms but patrols have been engaging in sporadic melee combat.
>>2766 India and China get a majority of their fresh water from the Himalayan ice pack, both are short on water already and it's getting worse year by year.
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>>2765 India to ring China with poo to blockade oil supplies >Navy given a free hand >Those familiar with the details told ET that the Indian Navy has also been given the go-ahead to deploy its assets near the Malacca Strait and, if needed, anywhere else in the Indo-Pacific to counter Chinese action. https://archive.is/yLXiu
Finally, about time for WW3 to start kicking off.
>>2771 >WW3 starting from this S. Korea is more valuable to China than North Korea, so North Korea would have zero allies in starting anything with this. As for India, both Russia and the US are allied with India. If anything kicked off dragging other major powers into that squabble - how do you like your China, spit-roasted or atomically fried?
>>2768 >>2769 so north korea distributed leaflets to south korea as an excuse for something. kims sister made announcements. china on a completely unrelated matter decided to build forward bases in india to stop india from advancing on land they lost to china. so india wants the forward bases to leave so they have military fist fight at the border. oh, interesting, but who cares?
>>2765 >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 >not allowed to use firearms Why not use medieval armor if you're LARPing as medieval soldiers anyway?
The North Korean case is nothing new. They always pull do this same shit when there is change in leadership. Yo Jong is doing this show of force thing to assert her dominance.
>>2781 >spoonfeed me >can't even be assed to realize which direction the leaflets were going >20 dead soldiers including commanding officers on both sides in the worst escalation of hostilities between the two nuclear armed powers in 50 years is nothing lol >the entire Indian population calling for war and both militaries having been placed on highest alert, air and naval assets ordered into forward positions >isn't aware of the US strategic pursuit of control over the Mackinder pivot
>>2773 Why not both?
>>2792 >spoonfeed me yea, whats going on? NK and india had a border brawl where soldiers beat eachother to death and now theyre angrily flexing at eachother? thats cool i guess. do we have any videos or anything?
>>2811 >NK and india had a border brawl That would be quite something.
>>2811 >NK and india had a border brawl That's some burger education right there.
>>2765 >Chinese propaganda pretending the PLA slaughtered the Poos I would hazard a guess and say they are about equal. Though that wouldn't be good for China's image, and simply reaffirm that China's military strategy is to just zerg rush its enemies until one side is completely dead.
>>2815 >simply reaffirm that China's military strategy is to just zerg rush its enemies until one side is completely dead. That won't work with India though because they can do the same.
>>2765 You have my attention. >Furious hand-to-hand fighting raged across the Galwan river valley over eight hours. It seems like a rarity when we see the armies of two world powers engage in direct war with each other let alone go "hand-to-hand", which was more sticks and stones than tooth and nail. The next logical step to this modern type of warfare is for each side to call over champions to fight in the border zone. Poos might have something to gain from using Gurkhas instead of their own troops.
>>2765 >3 pajeets dead on the scene, 17 die later from injuries. Indian media claims 43 Chinese casualties. >hand to hand combat I thought chinks knew kung-fu
>>2822 Kung Fu is of limited help when the poos are flinging biological warfare material.
>>2820 >sticks and stones According to reports I'm seeing, there were at least a few nail-bats used too.
>>2824 That's just Poopaganda, 'Kung Fu' isn't any particular fighting style and isn't actually any specific 'thing', it's literally just a very old term for self improvement in general.
>>2820 I can see this being a thing from two reasons, the chink ammunition commissar said lol no ammo for you and pajeets shit just doesn't work.
>>2834 It's deliberate by both sides. They have an agreement not to bring guns within 2km of the Line of Control. They're not even allowed to hunt within that area, nor use explosives for construction or demolition.
>>2765 June 17th, 2020: India Peace talks have failed. No agreement was reached. Chinese continue to insist India was the aggressor. Indian forces on highest alert. Chinese forces conducting high-altitude military drills. Pakistani military holding meetings. Indian government declares that the PLA walk-in days are over. https://archive.is/qMmOT https://archive.is/g5GEi https://archive.vn/SLYQT https://archive.vn/pHWk6 >Forces on almost war-like alert along LAC, ready to ‘impose costs’ on China >NEW DELHI: India will now impose costs on China whenever it tries its favourite salami-slicing tactics in a bid to incrementally grab territory, a move that marks a decisive change in India's long-standing border management policy to largely maintain “peace and tranquility” along the Line of Actual Control, said top official sources. >The “days of walk-in options for the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) are over” said the sources, even as Indian armed forces went on their highest state of alert along the 3,488-km LAC as well as the eastern seaboard after the bloody skirmish in the Galwan Valley region of eastern Ladakh left 20 Indian soldiers dead on Monday night. China has also further reinforced its military build-ups along the LAC, especially in the areas facing the Galwan Valley, Daulat Beg Oldi, Depsang, Chushul and other such areas of eastern Ladakh. >But the Indian defence establishment is not too perturbed, with an almost war-like alert being declared along the LAC from Ladakh to Arunachal Pradesh with the Army well-prepared to take care of any contingency. The LAC in eastern Ladakh, for instance, has well over 15,000 Indian soldiers deployed in forward areas, with more backing them in the rear. >“Our soldiers will not move back. There will be no compromise on our territorial integrity. China has played this game of cartographic aggression too many times for too long. They transgress into our territory, arbitrarily make claims, keep on repeating them as if they are true, and then paint India as the aggressor,” said a source. >This will no longer be allowed, with the PLA being made to “bear losses” for every attempt it makes to grab territory, he added. This tough new line comes after a flurry of meetings in South Block, which included PM Narendra Modi and defence minister Rajnath Singh reviewing the border situation in Ladakh with the top military brass on Tuesday and Wednesday. >The Indian defence establishment is also re-thinking the protocol followed by its soldiers of not carrying firearms in the forward areas along the LAC in the face of the continuing belligerence from the PLA. “The PLA has flouted all bilateral agreements and laid-down border management protocols, including specific provisions in the Border Defence Cooperation Agreement (BDCA) of 2013,” said the source. >Though the PLA has been needling Indian forces with repeated incursions across the LAC for long, the number has jumped up since the 73-day confrontation on the Bhutanese territory of Doklam near the Sikkim-Bhutan-Tibet tri-junction in June-August 2017. >From 296 such incursions or transgressions in 2016, they rose to 473 in 2017, 404 in 2018, and 663 in 2019. The PLA has also increasingly been showing aggressive behavior and assertiveness in some new areas like the Galwan Valley region and the Naku La sector in north Sikkim. >Soon after the violent clash between Indian and Chinese troops on the north bank of Pangong Tso (Tso means lake) on May 5-6, another had taken place in Naku La on May 9. The skirmish in the Galwan Valley region on Monday night, of course, surpassed them all in terms of violence and deaths on both sides, the first time in 45 years. https://archive.vn/VivKg The world's two largest armies are on the eve of war.
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>>2838 Good. Hopefully a double K.O
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India was just elected to the UN Security Council as well. Looks like it can buddy up with the US now to combat China on that front.>>2838
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>>2853 >Canada cucked by the UN after begging for that position for the last five years
>>2853 Russia will side with India on most any particular issue, India and Russia are far, far closer than India-US and Russia-China. The mere fact that the US has long supported India in this dispute even before the formal alliance only makes China's case worse.
>>2853 I'll say this for them, at least they're open about the bribes. Deciding who gets a seat on the UN Security Council based on how good a concert the ambassadors get sent to is retarded, but at least they're not pretending it's anything else.
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>>2765 Korea July 17th: North Korea occupies previously empty guard posts on the DMZ >SEOUL, June 18 (Yonhap) -- North Korea appears to have dispatched soldiers to some empty guard posts inside the Demilitarized Zone, sources said Thursday, following its warnings that it would beef up its military presence in border areas. >On Wednesday, the General Staff of the (North) Korean People's Army vowed to set up "civil police posts," which had been withdrawn from the DMZ under an inter-Korean military agreement, as part of next steps against South Korea after the demolition of the inter-Korean liaison office in the border town of Kaesong. According to the military sources, several soldiers were spotted being dispatched to empty sentry posts inside the buffer zone from late Wednesday. >North Korea is believed to have around 150 such posts, and some of them were vacated in accordance with the inter-Korean tension-reducing pact signed in Sept. 19, 2018. It is not clear as of now if the move is to station more guard soldiers in border areas or if it is part of the military's elevation of guard duty level to the top notch for front-line troops, they added. >Some local media also reported that around 100 North Korean soldiers were seen inside the Kaesong complex after the destruction of the liaison building. Earlier, the North Korean military threatened to send troops to the now-shuttered Kaesong complex as well as the Mount Kumgang tourist zone on the east coast. >"We are closely monitoring North Korean military movements related to those (warnings). But any direct and visible acts have not been spotted," Col. Kim Jun-rak, spokesperson of the South's Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS), told a regular press briefing Thursday. In response to the North's warnings, the JCS said the North will "pay the price" if it launches provocative military action against South Korea. https://archive.is/o9lMH >NEW: North Korea's official newspaper, Rodong Sinmun, said that the destruction of the inter-Korean liaison office was just the beginning... it warned there could be additional retaliatory steps against South Korea that could go "far beyond imagination." https://archive.is/dF4E4
>>2785 >Why not use medieval armor if you're LARPing as medieval soldiers anyway? Because Medieval Raj was way stronger than Medieval Chink peasants Also the Chinks have no idea about their history pre 1800s so they have to use fanfiction to come up with tools. >>2827 >>2822 This. It was popularized in the early 1900's because Chinks were tired of being called the sick men of Asia (lol) and wanted something they could bond together over.
>>2864 >retaliatory steps against South Korea are they on about something specific or just time for some prophylactic flexing?
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>>2881 >All strategic AIDS activated across the India.
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>>2881 >ADS Active Denial Systems?
>>2883 advanced indian defecation system ???
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>>2881 >>2883 Who will win: Kung Poo or Kung Flu?
>>2881 What kind of Air Defence Systems does India have? Did they buy any S-xxx missiles from Russia?
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>>2765 >>2838 June 18th: Russian Gambit Sinks Chink Hijinks >BIG: Russia expresses its strong support to New Delhi over the violent border clash with China in Galvan. Foreign Ministries of India & Russia have discussed the matter after Russian FM congratulated EAM Jaishankar for India’s UNSC membership. Russia welcomes India-China talks. https://archive.is/U9O5T >China says it has agreed with India to de-escalate border situation >BEIJING (Reuters) - China and India have agreed to de-escalate the situation at their border as soon as possible following a clash between the their troops, the Chinese foreign ministry said on Wednesday. >Senior Chinese diplomat Wang Yi told Indian Foreign minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar during a phone call on Wednesday that India should severely punish those responsible for the conflict and control its frontline troops, the Chinese ministry said in a statement. >China and India have blamed each other for the clash on Monday, which killed at least 20 Indian soldiers. https://archive.is/VCPaN >New Delhi: External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar will participate in the Russia-India-China trilateral dialogue on 23 June amid a spike in tensions between New Delhi and Beijing over Monday’s clash that claimed the lives of 20 Indian soldiers in the Galwan river valley in Lakadh. >The RIC meeting that was expected to take place in March this year will now be convened next week, at a time when New Delhi and Beijing are engaged in a bitter standoff due to tensions at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Eastern Ladakh. >Jaishankar will be joined by his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi at the trilateral dialogue to be chaired by Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Anurag Srivastava confirmed Thursday. https://archive.is/rdozX >Both armies continue to reinforce border https://archive.is/sHgsD https://archive.is/uMAt1 https://archive.is/IDUHo CHINA CUCKED BY RUSSIA, PUTIN FORESTALLS WORLD WAR >>2855 This Strelok was right.
>>2896 Would he be willing to pull the trigger, /k/?
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>>2765 Australia Under Cyber-Attack by State Actor Prime Minister Scott Morrison says Australia has been hit by a state-based cyber-attack which targetted all levels of government, including industry, political organisations, education, health and essential service providers. >Australia is currently being hit with a massive cyber attack by a “sophisticated, state-based cyber actor”, Prime Minister Scott Morrison says. “This activity is targeting Australian organisations across a range of sectors, including all levels of government, industry, political organisations, education, health, essential service providers and operators of other critical infrastructure,” Mr Morrison told reporters Canberra. “We know it is a sophisticated, state-based cyber actor because of the scale and nature of the targeting and the tradecraft used. Regrettably, this activity is not new. Frequency has been increasing.” >Mr Morrison says the Australian Cyber Security Centre has been “actively working with targeted organisations to ensure that they have appropriate technical mitigations in place and their defences are appropriately raised”. >Asked which nation was suspected to be behind the attack, Mr Morrison said the “threshold for public attribution on a technical level is extremely high” and that Australia “doesn't engage lightly in public attributions”. “When and if we choose to do so is always done in the context of what we believe to be in our strategic national interests,” he said. “What I can confirm is there are not a large number of state-based actors that can engage in this type of activity and it is clear, based on the advice that we have received, that this has been done by a state-based actor, with very significant capabilities.” >Mr Morrison would not be drawn on whether China was behind the attack. “I can only say what I have said,” he said. >“The Australian Government is not making any public attribution about these matters. We are very confident that this is the actions of a state based actor. We have not gone any further than that. I can't control what speculation others might engage in on this issue or, frankly, any other. I have simply laid out the facts as we know them and as we have disclosed today.” https://archive.is/9oQYS https://archive.is/TFDpb
>>2896 Ideally Russia would want to be neutral since it can sell arms to both China and India, in addition to major projects like the direct oil route to China. Though it must have been forced to deescalate the situation in fear of having to choose a side in war. Doesn't help that there doesn't seem to be much of a chance for a burger-vodka relationship so that if America got involved it would try to rip apart Russia and India.
>>2901 >if America got involved it would try to rip apart Russia and India. Strelok, India is the middle-man that the US uses to obtain Russian equipment. India is the middle-man that Russia uses to obtain US equipment. Both Russia and the US are well aware of this and clearly don't care and neither are going to jeopardize this arrangement.
>>2902 >Strelok, India is the middle-man that the US uses to obtain Russian equipment. India is the middle-man that Russia uses to obtain US equipment. Both Russia and the US are well aware of this and clearly don't care and neither are going to jeopardize this arrangement. Please continue.
>>2896 >Both armies continue to reinforce border Don't be so quick to call an end to the happening anon. China isn't quite stable internally, and an external war could whip up enough fervor to ensure Pooh bear stays in power. If Xi thinks he's definitely going to lose out if he doesn't start a war, he will probably do so even if his chances of victory are small. We'll see what happens over the next couple months/weeks. Hell, with many units in the area from both nations, all it'd take to kick off a full war is a small incident like a patrol getting turned around near the border.
>>2898 >Australia is currently being hit with a massive cyber attack by a “sophisticated, state-based cyber actor” Did Gus accidentally unplug the Router again?
>>2910 What's there to understand? China is out there for everyone's blood. Except they're not sophisticated enough to be covert about it like the two old guard superpowers so they'll be the first on the chopping block once they step over their spheres of influence.
Is India secretly reinforcing its border with Pakistan as well? No doubt the chinks would direct the pakis to attack at the same time and force India to fight a 2 front war.
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>>2765 >>2896 July 19th: Indian Prime Minister Attempts to Commit Country of 1.3 Billion to Cuckholdry INSISTS CHINA NEVER LEFT ITS OWN BORDERS Gives up despite Russian support https://archive.is/ahq9M If you surrender you win; my wife is not fucking other men, namaste Meanwhile Chinese post Pirates of the Caribbean themed propaganda. https://archive.is/iCJfk Korea NK to Start Mass Leaflet Campaign https://archive.is/6fgUD
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>>2936 wait, is the pirates stuff unedited footage? did chinese government just post a meme as official propaganda? >PM cucks out to the bug people shameful, I guess india super power never ever
>>2898 >Australia Under Cyber-Attack by State Actor Probably China or the US. Yes, US. CIA has already demonstrated that they have no problem killing, or having people killed that stumble upon NSA spyware. Cases of Vodafone Greece and some other Italian telephone company come to mind. In both cases, senior sysadmin of a telecommunications company ends up committing suicide soon after they stumble upon spyware on a key infrastructure systems.
>>2963 The US has zero reason to cyberattack Australia, a fellow Five-Eyes member. Any spook in the CIA that wants information from Australia just asks for it off the record and they get it.
>>2961 Can they copyright claim it?
>>2936 What would /k/ put on a leaflet for balloon distribution over best Korea?
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June 20th: Shelling along the Indo-Pakistani border: >- Intense cross-LoC clashes taking place between India and Pakistan armies at multiple locations. Unconfirmed reports of arty being used. >- Intense Indian AF activity noted over Jammu Kashmir region. https://archive.is/kKZ4u >Have seen this kind of artillery movement on Srinagar Kargil highway during 1999 #Kargil war and after 21 years now again https://archive.is/XcZGw Submarine activity detected off the coast of Japan >A foreign submarine was detected passing by Amami-Oshima Island while submerged off Kagoshima Prefecture, the Defense Ministry said Saturday. >The ministry did not specify the vessel’s nationality but confirmed it was traveling westward through the island’s contiguous zone on Thursday afternoon. The submarine did not violate Japan’s territorial waters and was determined to be west of Yokoate Island as of Saturday morning, it said. >In January 2018, Tokyo announced it had detected a Chinese nuclear-powered attack submarine near the Japan-administered Senkaku Islands. The uninhabited islands in the East China Sea are also claimed by Beijing, which calls them Diaoyu, and Taiwan, which calls them Tiaoyutai. The event — the first time a Chinese sub had been observed in the Senkakus’ contiguous zone — triggered alarm in Tokyo, which then complained to Beijing. >The contiguous zone is a band of water beyond the 12 nautical mile territorial waters surrounding any national territory and extends out to 24 nautical miles. >Defense Minister Taro Kono instructed officials to “do their best in collecting information and conducting surveillance.” The Maritime Self-Defense Force has deployed a patrol plane and a destroyer to the waters in question. https://archive.is/oVD7g North Korea Prepares Leaflet Distribution https://archive.is/eciVY Unrelated: Egyptian Army Prepares to Intervene in Libya >In an escalation, Egyptian president Sisi says Cairo is now prepared to intervene directly in Libya. He says an Egyptian intervention has become legal under international law to protect its borders, secure Libya & protect civilians there https://archive.is/feXWF >President Al-Sisi is now inspecting the armed forces troops stationed at Sidi Barani military base in the western military district near the borders with Libya. https://archive.is/7DBNs
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>>2982 A marriage proposal to the waifu in chief. >>2990 Looks like India expects China and Pakistan to mount a coordinated attack, if one comes. Now the only question is if China will also first-strike Japan at the same time, knowing that they'll get pulled in anyway, along with the rest of the world. Team Deathmatch 3 seems closer and closer each day.
>>2936 >webm The poos are fucked, they should surrender >PM denies chinese intrusion better to lose a bit of land than the whole country :^)
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>>2990 June 20th part 2: >Indian Army has given complete freedom to Commanders on the ground at Line of Actual Control with China to act in any extraordinary situation at tactical level. India has changed rules of engagement after the deadly Galwan Valley clash in which 20 bravehearts died. https://archive.is/L8P9K >From TASS, Pyongyang warns Washington that a new war on the Korean peninsula could lead to the destruction of the United States. This is stated in a message received on Saturday in TASS by the DPRK embassy in Moscow https://archive.is/gGKyd >DPRK threatens US with destruction in case of fomenting war on the Korean Peninsula >The republic’s diplomatic mission stated that Pyongyang possesses strategic missiles and nuclear weapons, "which are capable of mercilessly punishing those who dare to raise their hand in the DPRK." >MOSCOW, June 20. / TASS /. Pyongyang warns Washington that a new war on the Korean peninsula could lead to the destruction of the United States. This is stated in a message received on Saturday in TASS by the DPRK embassy in Moscow on the eve of the 70th anniversary of the outbreak of the Korean War. >As the diplomatic mission pointed out, over the decades the United States, instead of learning from the war on the Korean peninsula, launched new hostile actions. "So, this year, the US military is deploying all sorts of military maneuvers in South Korea and in the areas adjacent to it, the main purpose of which is the movement and deployment of the American armed forces on the Korean peninsula from abroad and from the mainland and the quick delivery of an attack on the DPRK ", the message said. >The embassy reminded in this regard that the DPRK today has strategic missiles and nuclear weapons, "which are capable of mercilessly punishing those who dare to raise their hand at it, in whatever corner of the <...> planet he may be." "A new round of the Korean war will add a particularly sensational event to the history of mankind, which will put an end to another empire, whose name is the United States," the diplomatic mission said. https://archive.is/cv6vr
>>3023 > a new war on the Korean peninsula could lead to the destruction of the United States. Riiiiiight
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Imminent Solar Eclipse over India and China. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2BIMJ3a7Hs
>>3042 >people in the US ready and willing to kill each other at any moment >get involved with a new war >try to send your incompetent muttified military to accomplish anything >when they not only hate each other but also have a bad habit of destroying their own million(s) dollar equipment >against a nation of religious fanatics except this time they have more than just AKs and IEDs >the nation you're going to "defend" is also full of people who hate you >every one of your NATO allies save for maybe France doesn't have shit to help you with >assuming they're even willing >China is also currently pulling psyops all over the place including in your own country >Russia is sitting there waiting for any opportunity to undermine you >they've both got nukes so you can't do shit against them directly No way this could go wrong lol
>>3060 The internal problems of the USA could be easily silenced/squashed if the country suddenly enters a war. This is why military operation with past Presidents have been so popular in the last century and early 2000s. With the internal problems on a backburner, the USA could easily human wave/out produce its North Korean enemy with mutts.
>>3072 That already stopped working by the time of the Vietnam war. Yes, the US can still invade countries that nothing more than lines on a map with, but that works because the government in those places only has the support of a relatively small group. E.g. Saddam lost the moment the Revolutionary Guard was defeated, because the regular army was nothing but conscripts who didn't want to fight for him. I don't say that the average Nork would be a fanatic, but he'd be at least brainwashed enough to only capitulate when defeat is certain. So to bring down Best Korea the US would have to bring back conscription, and that would lead to an anti war movement like the one in the 60s-70s. >inb4 but the left would support it Cultural Marxism is about breaking society apart into lots of competing groups that have no unity. In the ww3 scare the beginning of this year social media was already filled with people screaming about how they don't want to be conscripted. I'm sure all the various groups would come up with excuses as to why their members shouldn't be called in. For example, I'm sure niggers would start chimping out about how sending them to Korea is rayciss and it's just like slavery; spics who get called in would conveniently disappear en masse; fags, trannies and wymyn would start crying and having mental breakdowns without expections; and huwite and yerrow normalfags would also turn into experts of finding loopholes to avoid conscription.
>>3075 Btw, in case anyone here doesn't want to fight for the forces of Zog in WW3, read up on what disqualifies you and think it through properly before you do anything. More than one person has died because they forgot to bring a tourniquet to their accident site. In my country, losing the topmost digit of your index finger on your dominant hand in an unfortunate woodchopping accident is enough.
>>3079 No true Strelok would chop off his trigger finger
>>3079 >implying everyone here isn't special ed
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>>3047 >India calls for boycott of Chinese products super power now!
>>3079 If you're in the US just pretend you can't duck walk and at the very least they won't put you in a combat job. If you still get drafted you'd just wind up in a support job or some administrative bullshit where you can easily do some real damage via clever sabotage.
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June 21st: Despite Indian PMs attempt to cuck his entire nation, the Indian military is still on high alert and has authorized the use of firearms. As reported in >>3023 local commanders have been given free reign to respond to any PLA incursions. >Today Shishir Gupta @HindustanTimes reports that not only has there been no disengagement between India and China this week, both sides are beefing up ground and Air Force assets in theater. And rules of engagement now allow for firearms use. Don’t sleep on this crisis yet folks. https://archive.is/HUvNG North Korea continues sending patrols to sentry posts in the DMZ. >SEOUL, June 21 (Yonhap) -- North Korea keeps sending small groups of troops to border sentry posts for bush clearance and road maintenance, a government source said Sunday, amid concerns it could deliver on its threat of military action against South Korea. >The North has sent groups of up to five soldiers with shovels and sickles to small stakeout boxes in the Demilitarized Zone separating the two Koreas. But Seoul does not see the move as a step to make good on Pyongyang's threat of military action, the source said. >In anger over propaganda leaflets sent from the South, the North threatened to redeploy troops to the now-shuttered joint industrial complex in its border city of Kaesong and the Mount Kumgang tourist zone on its east coast, and restore border guard posts removed under a 2018 tension-reduction deal. >"Guard posts and stakeout boxes are obviously facilities for military utility," the source said on condition of anonymity. "So it is natural that there are such military movements. But we are keeping close tabs on them." >The military authorities here believe that an activity by at least a platoon-level number of forces could be seen as an unusual sign that requires their particular attention, the source said. >The source added that there have not been any activities spotted related to the restoration of the guard posts removed under the two Korea's Comprehensive Military Agreement, which was signed in September 2018 to build mutual trust and reduce border tensions. >The South Korean military is also closely watching two coastal artillery pieces on the North's border region of Gaemori, as their muzzles appeared open, spawning worries that they could be on standby for use. >"But those are things that the North often close and open. There seems to be a possibility that the muzzles were open to remove humidity or for ventilation work," the source said. https://archive.is/r6lmy >>3102 >/k/ plants cum in all the catering
>>3072 >The internal problems of the USA could be easily silenced/squashed if the country suddenly enters a war I really fucking doubt that since spics and niggers don't care about patriautism and not even the most delusional white boomer dumbass could forget about the self-hating commie anarchists actively trying to make whitey lick nigger feet.
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>>3105 >>/k/ plants cum in all the catering >not /k/ draws dicks on the local colonel's family photos Yeah I know it's an old cuckchan image but it's pre-moot backstabbing
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>>3060 >China is also currently pulling psyops all over the place including in your own country To be honest the biggest psyop the Chinese are playing is against their own people. Their army is actually embarrassing. >>3105 Based pajeet military LET'S TAKE THE POO TO THE WU
When does it start?
>>3109 And? Americans supposedly didn't want to intervene in WWII and yet the government easily got half of the population shipped out to die and the rest used to rations and working their assess off making weapons. Nuclear weapons might prevent a massive conventional war on the scale of the world wars from happening again, but it can happen again. After all, the government immediately assumed powers it never had before during the war and the population just took it.
>>3211 Th USA population at that time was mostly homogeneous racially and politically, now...you guess. Also Japan attack arguably american territory, pissing off people enough to break isolationism and with that excuse the kikes at the government send troops to Europe too. China and North Korea at best they would attack proxy/puppet states, that doesn´t give as much morale as an enemy invading your country. So expect at least Vietnam and Middle East War opposition where, even if they still send troops, they are unpopular wars that would damage the administration reputation and the incapability of unleashing your full recruitable population and might. Also the US army is now full of niggers, woman and trannies, making a downfall in quality that would be seen in any serious conflict.
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June 22nd news dump since it was missed yesterday: India Bridge collapses in India under weight of equipment being delivered to the Indian-Chinese border: >Dehradun: In a heart-stopping incident, a bridge near Indo-China border in Uttarakhand suddenly collapsed when a truck loaded with heavy equipment tried to cross it. Two persons on the truck, including the driver, sustained serious injuries and were taken to a nearby hospital. In a video that surfaced on social media, a truck can be seen trying to cross a bridge with a person walking just behind it. The truck successfully crosses more than half of the bridge's length but as it reaches closer to the road, the bridge collapses and the truck falls in the gorge. >According to reports, the truck was carrying heavy construction equipment and the bridge it was trying to cross is on Dhapa-Milam Road leading towards Indo-China border in Lilam Johar Valley. The construction equipment was to be used in the construction of 65 km motorway from Milam towards China border, reports said. https://archive.is/hd99N American intelligence claims Chinese general deliberately ordered attack on Indian troops: >A SENIOR CHINESE general authorized his forces to attack Indian troops in the Galwan River valley last week, resulting in a brutal skirmish that killed dozens and dramatically escalated tensions between the two Asian powerhouses, according to a U.S. intelligence assessment. >Gen. Zhao Zongqi, head of the Western Theater Command and among the few combat veterans still serving in the People's Liberation Army, approved the operation along the contested border region of northern India and southwestern China, a source familiar with the assessment says on the condition of anonymity. Zhao, who has overseen prior standoffs with India, has previously expressed concerns that China must not appear weak to avoid exploitation by the United States and its allies, including in New Delhi, the source says, and saw the faceoff last week as a way to "teach India a lesson." >The assessment contradicts China's subsequent assertions about what happened last week. And it indicates the deadly and contentious incident – in which at least 20 Indian and 35 Chinese troops died, and reportedly a handful on each side were captured and subsequently released – was not the result of a tense circumstance that spiraled out of control, as has happened before, but rather a purposeful decision by Beijing to send a message of strength to India. https://archive.is/pgipF China Confirms Commanding Officer Was Killed In Ladakh: Sources >New Delhi: A Chinese commanding officer was among those killed in the June 15 clash in eastern Ladakh, China's army confirmed during military talks with India at Galwan last week, according to sources. >This emerged at a time India and China held Lieutenant General-level talks at Moldo on the Chinese side of Chushul today to resume discussions on the disengagement process, which was stalled by the worst-ever border confrontation between the Indian and Chinese armies since 1967. >The first admission from China of any casualty has emerged a week after the clash in which 20 Indian soldiers were killed in action. Army sources have said 45 Chinese soldiers were killed or injured in the brawl that erupted near Galwan River 15,000 feet high in the Himalayas. However, Beijing has not given any casualty figure so far, claiming it does not want any escalation. https://archive.is/5EikU Another fistfight breaks out at the Indian-Chinese Border: https://archive.is/DeLIT
>>3211 1940s America isn't 2020s America, they didn't have near constant chimping and spic fuckery to deal with, not to mention general anti-American and anti-white sentiment wasn't shoved down everyone's throats. You think they'd be able to successfully draft anyone without having to go full on October revolution tier commie takeover if the population all hated themselves and their own fucking country?
>>3213 >Also the US army is now full of niggers, woman and trannies, making a downfall in quality that would be seen in any serious conflict. Yeah, it's pretty insane. It's almost like there are """interests""" involved that want to see the downfall of the US. Really makes you think.
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>>3226 East Asia American command in the Philippines believes it can glass Chinese base in event of war: >Regarding China’s occupation of the Scarborough Shoal, Locsin said: “They have reclaimed it and they have weaponised it.” “One thing is sure, they already have a landing strip for fighter jets,” he said. “It is virtually a – I was going to say an unsinkable aircraft carrier, but the Americans are assuming they can erase it in the first 30 minutes of conflict. But it’s there. We call that in the business an ordnance platform. And it’s complete.” >Locsin recalled a briefing at the US Indo-Pacific Command (CINCPAC) where he had inquired repeatedly about the projection of Chinese power using the shoal. >“And the guy [doing the briefing] said … ‘In the first 30 minutes of conflict, we’ll send a missile there’,” Locsin said. “‘And that missile is a heat missile. And we’re gonna turn that sand into a Coca-Cola bottle.’ So that’s their response to it.” https://archive.is/Dl4bQ Beijing protests after Okinawan government passes bill to rename area of Senkaku Islands: >China condemned a Japanese decision to rename an area that included the disputed Senkaku or Diaoyutai Islands, calling the move a "serious provocation." Beijing foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said Monday at a press briefing the "renaming attempt" by Japan's Ishigaki city assembly is an illegal act that has no validity. >On Monday, the city assembly in Okinawa passed a bill to rename an administrative area that includes the territory in the East China Sea, Kyodo News reported. Ishigaki Mayor Yoshitaka Nakayama had submitted the bill after Japanese boats were reportedly chased by Chinese patrol boats in Japan-claimed waters, according to the report. The city agreed to change the administrative area's name from Tonoshiro to Tonoshiro Senkaku. The islands are claimed by Beijing and Taipei. The city said the renaming would take effect on Oct. 1, and is aimed at "resolving administrative confusion between a place in downtown Ishigaki also called Tonoshiro." >In Beijing, Zhao said the Diaoyutai Islands have long been China's territory. "China's determination and will to protect its territorial and sovereign rights remain unchanged," the Chinese spokesman said. "The attempts by the Japanese side do not change the fact that the Diaoyutai Islands belong to China." >China could be stepping up operations near the disputed territory, according to Kyodo. Four Chinese Coast Guard vessels were detected Monday in waters near the islands for the 70th consecutive day, the report says. China's Coast Guard confirmed deployment on Monday and said its Shoushi-II class Haijing 2502, a patrol cutter weighing 5,500 tons, was on duty in an area near the islands. >Earlier this month, the Yomiuri Shimbun reported China is pursuing an amendment to the law that would allow its Coast Guard to receive instructions from Beijing's military during wartime. The U.S. Department of Defense has previously said the Senkakus are covered under the U.S.-Japan Security Treaty. https://archive.is/cPJT6 Korean liaison office confirmed destroyed: https://archive.is/xRdoH South Koreans continue sending propaganda over North Korean border: >Activists in South Korea went ahead with a plan to airlift propaganda leaflets over its shared border with North Korea this week despite growing tensions over the campaign. The Associated Press reported that the group, which is led by North Korean defectors, launched leaflets by balloon from the border town of Paju on Monday. The campaign reportedly involved a half-million messages, delivered by about 20 balloons. “Though North Korean residents have become modern-day slaves with no basic rights, don’t they have the right to know the truth?” said Park Sang-hak, the leader of the organization, according to the AP. His campaign, he added, was "a struggle for justice for the sake of liberation” of his home country. >North Korean officials moved to cut off diplomatic contact with South Korea in recent weeks because of the leaflet distribution, and a top official warned of the possibility of military action as relations have declined. “Getting stronger day by day are the unanimous voices of all our people demanding for surely settling accounts with the riff-raff who dared hurt the absolute prestige of our Supreme Leader representing our country and its great dignity and flied rubbish to the inviolable territory of our side and with those who connived at such hooliganism, whatever may happen,” said Kim Yo Jong, sister to Kim Jong Un and vice director of the Workers’ Party’s Central Committee. >South Korean officials, meanwhile, announced earlier this month that charges would be filed against the North Korean defectors for future leaflet drops. https://archive.is/mXCWG >The leaflet reads: "How can we forget Kim Il Sung the invader, the murderer of people on June 25 — the grandfather of Kim Jong Un and Kim Yo Jong? Rise up, people!" https://archive.is/W1zsY Kim Jong Un breaks silence to "suspend military action against the South." https://archive.vn/FqN4O
>>3230 Bonus | Southern China experiencing massive torrential rains; city of Chongqing facing greatest flooding since 1940 -- possible risk to the Three Gorges Dam: >As southern China sees some of its worst flooding in 80 years, videos have surfaced showing extreme quantities of water inundating 10 provinces and cities, threatening the vaunted Three Gorges Dam. >As China's Yangtze River Basin enters its flood season, the upper reaches of the Three Gorges Dam are seeing the highest flood levels since 1940. Weather China has issued its highest warning for flooding and rain for the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River to Guizhou. The rainfall is expected to peak on Tuesday and Wednesday (June 23 and 24). Flood warnings have been issued in more than 10 provinces and municipalities in China, including Guizhou, Chongqing, Hunan, Hubei, Jiangxi, Anhui, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Shanghai, and Guangxi. >In Guizhou, torrential floods have inundated farmland and houses, with 6 counties submerged. Injuries and deaths are unknown, with reports ranging between three to 20 people. The Chongqing Municipal Hydrological Monitoring Station on Monday (June 22) issued its first red alert flood warning in 80 years for the Qijiang River. It is predicted that there will be severe flooding in the area within 8 hours. >Based on live Chinese news broadcasts, it seems that the flood is currently passing through Qijiang District. Gas stations, street lights, and telephone poles have disappeared beneath a brown soup of floodwaters. In the areas of Zunyi and Tongren, Guizhou Province, there have been reports of continuous rains over the past week, resulting in floods, mountain slides, power outages, and road closures. Some Chinese media outlets report that the death toll has exceeded 20, but the official Chinese government statistics only list 3 deaths. >Reports from various local media outlets have been chaotic, with some having lost communications due to the floodwaters. Other outlets have seen their vehicles washed away by the deluge, with actual casualties likely much higher than official government statistics. One of the worst-hit areas is Mugua Township in Guizhou Province. It is seeing the worst flooding in four decades with roads buried beneath up to four meters of water. Many people are believed to be trapped by the floodwaters in the province's Bajiao Township. In Tongren City in Guizhou's Yanhe Tujia Autonomous County, a landslide has sealed off the highway tunnel to Guanzhou Township where houses and shops are also swamped with floodwaters. >The Guizhou Meteorological Bureau has continued to issue red warnings for torrential rain in Wuchuan County, Zheng'an County, Yanhe County, and Tongzi County. In addition, 13 counties under the jurisdiction of Zunyi City and Tongren City have issued yellow flood warnings. >Given that the Qijiang is a tributary of the Yangtze River, the Three Gorges Dam will be facing its biggest test since it opened in 2003. At least one Chinese scientist, hydrologist Wang Weiluo (王維洛), is questioning the dam's integrity, given numerous cracks observed and substandard concrete used in construction. In the tweet below, a massive cascade of water can be seen plunging off the side of a city floodwall. The Chinese netizen who posted it wrote: "The mountain city of Chongqing becomes a water city. The Three Gorges Dam is in danger." https://archive.vn/cttTy 24/7 fighter presence over Indian-Chinese border: https://archive.vn/oGGXw
>>3220 >The leaflet reads: "How can we forget Kim Il Sung the invader, the murderer of people on June 25 — the grandfather of Kim Jong Un and Kim Yo Jong? Rise up, people!" My god, worst cuckrea propaganda is some of the worst I have ever seen. The north surpass them in that regard with only the typical 1950s commie propaganda.
>>3230 Miss in that last comment.
>>3232 tfw don't even need to knock down the dam Mother Nature will do it for me.
>>3243 Having read some recent north korean propaganda, you have to realize those leaflets were in fact written by the north koreans. Come to find out, the 1950s propaganda the norks had was actually written by the soviets. The south's 'propaganda' is blasting k-pop across the DMZ broken up by 'THE NOISE WILL CONTINUE UNTIL YOU LEAVE'. While most people would call that torture, not propaganda, the south's military insisted it was just propaganda.
>>3245 Damn, and here I was hoping to blast holes in it with SLRC in a few years.
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>>3232 Here's what the Three Gorges Dam looks like when it was finished compared to now. Also sorry for my shitty job in paint.
>>3248 Is that some trick of the camera or is it actually going... wobbly? I didn't think a giant mass of concrete could go wobbly, but it sure looks like it.
>>3249 Speaking as a non-professional engineer, Dams absolutely can do what you see in those photos. That means they're about to burst. Also means the engineers who built the thing were short-sighted. What can you expect from chinks, though?
>>3213 >Also the US army is now full of niggers, woman and trannies, making a downfall in quality that would be seen in any serious conflict. To be fair the US military didn't do so hot in the Middle Eastern Wars before they were filled with niggers, woman and trannies. >>3227 >You think they'd be able to successfully draft anyone without having to go full on October revolution tier commie takeover if the population all hated themselves and their own fucking country? They did manage to do this shit with their German population during the World Wars and they repeatedly did it before. Chaos makes things difficult, but not impossible.
>>3248 The 2018 and 2020 images seem to be taken at the same time.
>>3262 >To be fair the US military didn't do so hot in the Middle Eastern Wars before they were filled with niggers, woman and trannies. No, they were a fixture even then. Remember the Jessica Dawn Lynch debacle? Though in all fairness, transfaggots weren't openly acknowledged in our military until King Nigger did his damage.
>>3262 I think you have a grave misunderstanding of the difference between Europeans and shitskins.
>>3269 Shitskins get shit done. Europeans are only capable of being killed like wretched dogs by shitskins. >>3232 It'll be pretty amusing to see what will happen if those dams will fail. Which most likely won't happen unfortunately since chinks will just reinforce it somehow. >>3249 Could be the result of how the image was created from satellite data. But, it does look how you'd expect fluids to work. Left side is slightly more shielded so it hasn't moved as much as the parts that are furthest away from supporting features. >>3262 Well US military did exactly what it was supposed to do and eliminate Iraq as a potential future regional power back in 2003 for Israel. Coalition militaries in Afghanistan and Iraq ofcourse shat the bed the moment they were essentially just left there with no instructions or strategic goals from political leadership as to what to do after the invasions of those countries. Ofcourse, now that western militaries are throughoutly demoralized, I wouldn't trust in their sustained fighting capabilities. I suspect that fighting morale would be either equal or worse to a conscript force, but unlike conscripts, you can't replace professional soldiers in a rapid fashion, and thus you will likely lose a greater part of your forces in the learning phase of a new war.
>>3276 >Shitskins get shit done. Europeans are only capable of being killed like wretched dogs by shitskins I see you're taking the "I refuse to admit I'm wrong so I'll say some retarded and inflammatory bullshit instead" route.
>>3249 >>3265 >>3276 I grabbed the images from some jewtube video someone sent me that had more news from china that you never really hear about. Jewtube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OWdin109fY0&feature=youtu.be The Three Gorges Dam is at about 10 minutes in and details a lot of china trying to cover up the fact the dam is SHIT.
June 24th: Kim Jong Un's "suspension" of military action better translated as "deferral". https://archive.is/JCIFJ Military outposts on Indian-Chinese border growing rapidly https://archive.is/GDdrh Indian positions being flanked as Chinese try to open new front >China attempts to open new front in Ladakh's Depsang, inputs confirm movement on ground >Expecting Chinese movement in Depsang and the area east of Daulat Beg Oldie (DOB), the Indian Army has been mobilising in these parts of eastern Ladakh since late-May. >Sources tell India Today that data has confirmed Chinese mobilisation east of DBO. Camps and vehicles were spotted near the Chinese base in June. The Chinese base in question was erected prior to 2016 but new camps and vehicle tracks in the region were seen only this month in satellite images and the same was confirmed by tracking movement on the ground. https://archive.is/997kR Chinese financial system experiencing bank runs >China’s banking system begins to crack at its grass roots as two bank runs take place within a week >Local governments and police in both Hebei and Shanxi provinces were forced to intervene after rumours concerning Baoding Bank and Yangquan Commercial Bank >China’s US$40 trillion banking system is seeing growing signs of trouble at its grass roots with bank runs happening at two small local lenders last week, a sign that a mountain of debt and an unprecedented economic contraction has started to take a toll. Local governments and police in both Baoding city in Hebei province and Yangquan, a coal mine town in Shanxi province, last week pleaded with customers not to withdraw cash from local banks despite various unsubstantiated rumours. >On Saturday, the city of Baoding said on its official WeChat account that Baoding Bank was operating normally and people “should not believe in or spread rumours … and should jointly be safeguarding good financial and social order” after a group of depositors rushed to withdraw money from the bank. >Local police issued a statement saying it had arrested two individuals for spreading rumours that led to “panic among the public”. >Three days earlier, the government and police in Yangquan were forced to issue a similar statement after local depositors rushed to Yangquan Commercial Bank. >According to a local government notice on Wednesday, the local government pleaded the public not to withdraw cash from the bank in groups and “be watchful of risks of holding a lot of cash”. >Local branches of China’s central bank and the banking regulator also issued statements seeking to assure the public that their savings at the banks were safe. >Phone calls made to both banks went unanswered on Tuesday. https://archive.is/WpCpj Chinese government issues statement that Three Gorges Dam is fine >Three Gorges Dam ‘not at risk of collapse,’ safe for rainfall >Chinese experts have dismissed rumors hyped by Western media that the Three Gorges Dam, the world's biggest hydropower project, is at risk of collapse, noting the dam is intact and has spare capacity to hold the inflows of water after parts of Southern China experienced heavy rainfall and the Three Gorges reservoir's water level exceeded the flood control line. Since China entered the flood season in June, southern and eastern regions of the country have experienced heavy and extensive rainfall. Floods have affected more than 2 million people and caused economic losses of billions of yuan. >The water level in China's massive Three Gorges Reservoir reached 147 meters on Saturday, two meters above the flood warning line. Meanwhile, the inflow increased to 26,500 cubic meters per second from 20,500 cubic meters per second on the previous day. The alarming water level gave rise to rumors that the dam is under structural strain and nearby residents should evacuate. Some Western media hyped claims that the dam is at risk of collapse, which was not new in their discredit of the project. >Guo Xun, a research fellow at the Institute of Engineering Mechanics at the China Earthquake Administration in Beijing, refuted the speculation, saying that the dam is capable of holding far larger inflows than it is seeing now. The dam is designed to meet "once-in-a-millennium" water level at 175 meters or flow up to 70,000 cubic meters per second. Currently, the 147-meter water level and 26,500 cubic meters per second levels are absolutely safe for the dam to bear, Guo told the Global Times on Monday. >Speculation that the dam is an impending disaster have long circulated online both at home and abroad. In July 2019, a satellite image of Google Maps appeared to show that the Three Gorges Dam was distorted, sparking concerns that it is at the edge of breaking. >The operator of the dam, the China Three Gorges Corp (CTGC), said in a statement then that monitoring data showed the dam was in normal working condition and the project was safe and reliable. Minor deformation happens all the time and it will not affect the dam's safety as long as it's within an elastic range, analysts explained then. https://archive.is/SHKwR
>>3296 *Slap* This dam can fit so much wat--
>>3278 I will maintain that stance of europeans being worse than wretched dogs until proof is provided that europeans are doing something other than being raped, being killed, or being "led" by Israel-first-Zionist-kosher-"nationalist". >>3281 >>3296 Yea that dam is properly fucked then. >said in a statement then that monitoring data showed the dam was in normal working condition It's not like dam can be in partially normal working condition now can it?
>>3296 Why are the Chinks taking money back from the banks?
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>>3248 >>3296 Everything is fine, nothing to see here comrade.
>>3305 The Chinese Virus has likely shaken their belief in the CCP. Economy is guaranteed to have slowed down massively, and there's the possibility of lacking food due to massive herds of animals having been culled and locusts eating the fields, and now the plague is in the capital. To your average chink, it's going to look mightily like the Heavens have withdrawn their mandate from the CCP, and so they're scurrying to save themselves. If the CCP doesn't manage to unite the people behind them by starting a nationalistic war, they're probably going to see a civil war as some faction/warlord or other tries to usurp the Dragon Throne.
>>3060 Kim wouldn't allow the destruction of the U.S. to happen. No America means no more NBA games for Glorious Leader to watch.
>>3269 >I think you have a grave misunderstanding of the difference between Europeans and shitskins. Nah I am right. I know that shitskins don't give a fuck about the fellow shitskins and this isn't the first time that Western Countries with access to shitskins have used them as cannon fodder and terror troops in war. If the US army give its nigger soldiers the order to gun and beat down dissidents they will gladly do so, as despite all the Lefts attempts at showing unite there is no loyalty between these people. The protest in the last weak and over the years have showed that the left is made up of weak slack-jawed faggots, who cannot survive against adversity and only do so, because they are currently cuddled by the establishment. If that support from the establishment vanishes, their whole movement falls like a house of cards. >>3276 >Well US military did exactly what it was supposed to do and eliminate Iraq as a potential future regional power back in 2003 for Israel. Which created a power vacuum that was filled by other actors who could be a bigger threat to Israel than Iraq under Saddam was.
>>3323 >If that support from the establishment vanishes Aka if the jews are purged. I mean you're not wrong, but the only way that would happen is something like a full fascist/Nat Soc takeover. Either by force, or arising out of a power vacuum created by a total collapse of the state where it's no longer able to provide even basic services. In other words, it's a bit hand-wavy to say that the left only has power because they are blessed by the establishment, when the establishment will ALWAYS bless the left as long as they exist in anything remotely resembling its current form.
>>3316 Shit, you have a point there. If Best Korea conquers the entire Korean Peninsula and defeats Amerigga by virtue of Antifa&BLM who will they shift the blame to when the rice runs out?
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>>3325 Japan.
>>3323 So if you agree with me about shitskins and their lack of loyalty what in god's name makes you think they'd stick around to help out during an actual war? That's why I was saying it's retarded to compare 1940s burger military to 2020s burger military, despite the propaganda there were virtually no brave totally patriotic shitskins in the US military during WW2 compared to today's muttified and generally useless gaggle of dumbasses. Did we get our conversations mixed up somewhere? >>3300 I see where you're coming from but your statement that shitskins get anything done is still retarded. Destroying shit isn't "getting things done" when you don't rebuild anything afterward, it's just being a destructive animal with no one around to cull you.
June 25th: Indian news reports that the PLA has deployed an S-400 in the border region, rendering the entire Indian Air Force obsolete. Pajeets think this means they are "scared": >Media Reports indicated that the Chinses have moved their S-400 AD missile system to Ladakh. This is currently The worlds most advanced system and Indicates that the Chinese are Now really mortally scared after 15-16 June Clash https://archive.is/lYTdH Forecast for Chongqing, upstream from the Three Gorges Dam: two weeks of additional rainfall on top of the previous torrential rain. https://archive.is/VJ6FD >the site has reached its total file capacity What the shit is this?
>>3339 >So if you agree with me about shitskins and their lack of loyalty what in god's name makes you think they'd stick around to help out during an actual war? Officers with guns that force them to stay. What do you think these apes fear more their military superiors or a bunch of hoodrats? In times of war deserting an army is not tolerated.
>>3248 >>3249 >>3250 Holy shit if that thing goes then the level of destruction will be damn near uncalculable.
>>3359 cant fucking wait.
>>3359 I enjoyed watching that dam in california eat it's own spillway a couple years ago, the anticipation was good enough to outweigh the disappointment. Unfortunately I doubt there will be any live streams for this one.
>>3363 >I doubt there will be any live streams for this one. There are literally millions of people living downstream from the dam all the way to the Yangtze's mouth. Shanghai will be inundated as well. If it ever goes, it will be well-documented Anon.
>>3365 Internet has already gone out in the area around the dam, either from the weather or CCP shutdown. No new media in the past several days.
>>3367 are you mostly concerned with munching popcorn live as it happens, or with the fact it's recorded in detail at all?
>>3369 Watching the Chinese try to memory hole 10s to 100s of millions of lives and dozens of towns and cities will be fascinating. >modern Nanking never existed, it wasn't destroyed in a flood, it was destroyed by the Japanese >how could coronavirus come from a place that isn't on any maps laowai
>>3226 >Chinese planned the attack, seem to have stockpiled weapons for it too >still somehow end up with more deaths Amazing.
>>3372 It's things like that which make me wonder why people keep insisting the US would lose a conventional war against China. Even with an army of niggers and spics, all the guy in charge would have to do is point at the chinks and say 'THEY CALLED CHICHI A RATWOMAN'/'THEY CALLED YOUR WAIFU A SHIT' and the entire horde would descend upon chinkdom like a tyrannid hivefleet upon the squats.
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>>3372 Historically, before firearms any mongol horde was just as militarily capable as a civilization with trigonometry. The introduction of firearms were what made being civilized superior to barbarians. The mutual banning of arms on their boarders has flipped the script, and they don't seem to have realized it.
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>>3378 It doesn't help that they used nailed clubs. If I'm China and I'm planning an attack in a zone where my soldiers aren't allowed to use guns, I'm going to train up a unit with whatever my country's equivalent of HEMA is, and they're gonna get actual medieval-style arms and armor instead of nailed clubs. And if there is no local equivalent, that unit is going to learn HEMA and LARP as Landsknechts. Same with India: They knew there was a zone where their soldiers couldn't carry guns. So why not outfit them with medieval equipment rather than nothing? Whoever thought just sending in unarmed soldiers was a good idea is retarded.
>>3379 The reason for not giving them martial weapons such as swords/pikes/spears and proper armor or whatnot is plausible deniability. Nail Bats could theoretically have been fashioned by the soldiers at the scene. Pole Axes and Platemail? Hardly. As for the lack of training for hand to hand, there is no excuse at all. Even the US Marines give lip service to training for improvised hand to hand.
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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>>3562 July 3: the Chinese government has not updated the Wuhan (Hankou) water level for three hours. Are they manipulating data again? Comparison of the current water levels in Wuhan to previous floods in 1998 and 1954. Keep in mind, they did not have the dam operational until 2006. >>3634 It had an earthquake just two days ago.
>>3634 >>3632 Guizhou has quite some geotherman/natural gas and significant cave systems which are under a tectonic fault line. lol at that chinese subtitle > (ten) thousands of people come to listen It's gonna end like the 2008 Sichuan earthquakes lads.
>>3632 >Godzilla Persecution of the Masses is exceptionally apropos in this particular situation.
July 4th news dump: China, thinking it has too many allies, protests Russian celebration of the founding of Vladivostok as it was "land stolen by the unequal Treaty of Beijing." >The Russian embassy in China has been pilloried on social media by Chinese diplomats, journalists, and internet users after it held a celebration of the founding of Vladivostok – because it is on land that used to be part of China. >The modern-day territory of Primorsky Krai, whose capital is Vladivostok, was formerly part of the Qing’s Manchurian homeland but was annexed by the Tsarist empire in 1860 following China’s defeat at the hands of Britain and France in the Second Opium War. It was handed over under one of three “unequal” treaties China was forced to sign with Russia, France and Britain that year. >When the Russian embassy posted a video on Weibo of a party held on Thursday to celebrate the 160th anniversary of the founding of the city, whose name means “ruler of the east” in Russian, it prompted an online backlash. >Shen Shiwei, a journalist for state-owned broadcaster CGTN, tweeted that the post “recalled people’s memories of those humiliated days in 1860s”. Zhang Heqing, a Chinese diplomat working in the embassy in Pakistan, commented “isn’t this what in the past was our Haishenwai?”, referring to the Chinese name for the area before its annexation. Meanwhile, one Weibo user posted: “Today we can only endure, but the Chinese people will remember, and one generation after another will continue to remember!” and another wrote “We must believe that this ancestral land will return home in the future!” https://archive.is/V9lZu >>3564 >Chinese spot checkers They probably stole them in the first place while "auditing". >>3634 Chinese government is officially shilling the bird theory after cordoning off the area and arresting people, claiming it to be a yellow-legged buttonquail. >Guizhou officials sent a team of experts to search the area after the videos became viral online. >Zoologists later revealed that the sound was, in fact, coming from a type of small bird called the yellow-legged buttonquail. Hardly bigger than a sparrow, the little ground birds have a disproportionately loud song. During the breeding season, the females repeatedly utter the booming hoots which can be heard at a distance as far as 100 metres (328 feet). >The expert's conclusion was confirmed by some villagers who had spotted the animals while they were making the noise. Liu Fuqiong, a local primary school teacher, told Pear Video: 'It hummed twice or three times repeatedly every six or seven minutes. The sound was very deep. I thought it was quite strange as well. 'A dozen of villagers followed the sound to the cornfield and chased down a yellow bird with a really short tail.' >Ran Jingcheng, director of the provincial wildlife protection centre, told reporters: 'Residents in other areas had heard similar sounds before. They just didn't think too much about it.' Local police said that they had detained at least four residents for spreading rumours online, claiming the sound was a dragon's humming. https://archive.is/zUYdt Chinese government has been issuing rainfall warnings for 32 days straight. When does it get biblical? https://invidio.us/watch?v=nKU9G6t7cPw Chinese meteorology forecasting 600mm (2 feet) of rain in Wuhan over the next week: >【Forward】EC's latest report further increased the amount of rain along the river, giving Wuhan a forecast of torrential rain across the river 600mm in the next week. Even the U.S. GFS figures also report rainstorms along the entire river, and the storm center is in the downstream area. https://archive.is/I6UzT Reminder: The PLA stores its ICBMs in tunnels. Indian prime minister unexpectedly visits the Chinese border: >Modi takes veiled dig at China on visit to disputed border area >Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said the "age of expansionism" is over, as he paid tribute to soldiers killed in last month's border skirmish with China on a surprise visit to the northern Himalayan region of Ladakh amid escalating tension between the Asian giants. >"Age of expansionism is over, this is the age of development. History is witness that expansionist forces have either lost or were forced to turn back," Modi said without naming China during his first trip to the disputed region since June 15 deadly border clash, in which at least 20 Indian soldiers were killed. Modi, who has been under pressure to respond to what India deems Chinese incursions, met troops at a base in Ladakh's Nimu area, pictures from Reuters partner ANI showed. >"Your courage is higher than the heights where you are posted today," he said in his address to soldiers in Ladakh. "The bravery that you and your compatriots showed, a message has gone to the world about India's strength." >India buys fighter jets >Meanwhile, India's Ministry of Defence on Thursday approved the purchase of 21 Russian MiG-29 and 12 Sukhoi Su-30MKI fighter aircraft costing $2.43bn to augment its air force in the wake of the border standoff with China. http://archive.is/zosWc
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>>3659 In this high resolution image of the Three Gorges dam published by Chinese state media two days ago, there appears to be debris buildup at its center and at its edges. http://archive.is/ePCeP >>3395 Looking at the mythology behind the Chinese god of floods, he has an incredibly relevant tale: >In the Book of Documents, they are defined as the "Four Evildoers" (四罪; Sì Zuì):[1] >Gonggong (Chinese: 共工; pinyin: Gònggōng; lit.: 'all-powerful'), the disastrous god; >Huandou (驩兜; Huāndōu; 'happy armor'), a chimeric minister from the south who conspired with Gonggong against Emperor Yao [2] >Gun (鯀; Gǔn; 'emperor's father'), father of Yu the Great whose poorly-built dam released a destructive flood; >Sanmiao (三苗; Sān Miáo; 'Three Miao'), the tribes that attacked Yao the Great's tribe. >Gun was appointed to the task of controlling the Great Flood by Emperor Yao on the advice of the Four Mountains. Gun used dykes to try to stop the flooding but the dykes collapsed, killing many people. >In many versions of the mythology, Gun appears as a demi-god. In legends, he even discovered some of the secrets of the gods. In order to make dykes that would ward off floods, he stole Xirang (Chinese: 息壤) (self-renewing soil) from the gods. After the dykes were finished, when the water levels rose, the magical earth of the dyke also rose to keep the water out. It worked very well at first, but when the dykes rose too high (in the legend, they rose to nine rèn 仞 (an ancient Chinese measure of between 1 and 3 meters), they collapsed, resulting in the death of many people in the subsequent flood. Some legends say that Gun was executed by Shun on Feather Mountain with the sword of Wu, other sources however state that he committed suicide by jumping into an abyss, transformed into an animal and became the god of the abyss. Before his death he told his son, Yu the Great, to finish his job.
It looks like Straya might seriously be entering the fray. Get ready for war ya cunts. https://www.invidio.us/watch?v=0oQExE1E_FM
>>3659 >China, thinking it has too many allies, protests Russian celebration of the founding of Vladivostok as it was "land stolen by the unequal Treaty of Beijing." China and Russia aren't really allies and haven't been since the Sino-Soviet split. They alternate between allies of convenience at a global level and serious regional rivals at a local level, which is also why Russia-India and China-Pakistan in the Cold War era USA-Pakistan with China sort of there too is a thing.
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What did Poseidon mean by this?
>>3670 It's a very weird thing that, with this recent China-India flare up, both the US and Russia purportedly pledged to put aside their differences and militarily support India if things escalated. Who knew that China was so generous as to thaw Russio-American relations for the world?
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In a bold new move out of Beijing, the Chinese communist government has stepped up plans to piss everyone off everywhere.
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>>3680 >Talk shit about local mayor being corrupt and in cahoots with the cartel in your town up in the mountain >Instead of executing you and your dog, the cartel detains and sends you and your mom to a slammer on the other side of the world for making a Jackie Chan joke
>>3680 >Ukraine >Spain >Romania >Portugal >France >Italy Do they want to get rid of their local bug colonies that way?
>>3679 >>3680 It's like they're deliberately trying to destroy themselves. I thought the Japs were supposed to be the suicidal ones?
>>3684 Asserting power isn't destroying themselves. Who cares if people are "pissed off". They won't do shit, nigger.
>>3660 >whose poorly-built dam released a destructive flood Not even in their legends can they do anything right.
>>3659 >Dragon Humming I'm laughing at that.
>>3659 >>3704 >Local police said that they had detained at least four residents for spreading rumours online, claiming the sound was a dragon's humming. If I remember correctly, the appearance of a Chinese Dragon marks the end of a dynasty.
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>>3659 >When does it get biblical? Back in my day they called those "monsoons"
>>3679 >Who knew that China was so generous as to thaw Russio-American relations for the world? Works for me honestly. Russia being able to engage with Europe as an equal instead of an enemy would be a good thing and removing the legacy of the cold war is a start to that.
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>>2936 Something you have to understand about the Indian military is that Indian politicians have severely cucked them over the last fourty years due to failed military coups. The people in charge of India WANT a spineless, dickless military because they are well aware that they will be overthrown the moment they actually give them decent guns or equipment. If they can de-escalate the situation to keep Indian military leaders from requesting more weapons, they will every time until the country is literally invaded and it's too late.
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>>3072 A war with NK means a war with Pakistan and China too, by proxy if not directly. It would also give Russia an excuse to sell shit to both sides and take even more islands from Japan while everyone is busy infighting. Also the country (America) is more bankrupt than ever/more fat than ever with a more fed-up populace than ever. In the past you could rely on the children of Boomers/Gen X-ers to fight the wars for you because they were brainwashed. Those boys are either dead, or learned their lesson and largely turned on their parents. America couldn't get the conservative populations to fight a war for them because they'd be worried about their families back home being in the care of the government that they are not very fond of/only putting up with because of the Orange man right now, and a conscription could actually lead to a civil war this time. War isn't going to save America from dealing with it's domestic issues back home this time.
>>3213 >Spoiler Niggers, women, and trannies are actually not a big deal in war-time. From a civilian standpoint the economic losses will be egregious, but from a military standpoint, you'll lose a couple strategic positions, maybe a handful of boats/aircraft, and then suddenly you're allowed to whip everyone into shape, kick out the women/trannies/unresponsive niggers, and thrash a few "I'm just here for the military retirement" college kids in charge of planes into actually doing their fucking job or you'll hand his shiny flying car to Sergeant Cletus to fly.
>>3249 >I didn't think a giant mass of concrete could go wobbly Anon, the reason we use concrete for so many things instead of stronger/tougher materials is specifically because despite being rather solid, concrete has some great tensile properties that allow it to get bendy without breaking, doubly so when you run some iron or steel wires/pipes through it.
>>3363 See >>3365 This is the dam that turned the sustenance-farming portions of China into a desert because the massive ecological damage was worth it to increase farming production in the other regions.
>>3562 >>Chinese firm dumps 83 tonnes of fake gold on the market What? There's basic fucking measures we take to basically scan any metal in our facilities for deep impurities and that tool only costs a couple thousand bucks without damaging the product in question. How did no one even think of checking that shit out to make sure it was legit?
>>3679 Russo-American relationships have been damaged since the commies came into power (Russia and America used to be friends before the cold war at about the same level as America and Morocco were when America signed that treaty of friendship). I know some people aren't happy about it, but I welcome the day Americans and Russians can be friends again.
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>>3722 >Implying today's US politicians would actually make competent decisions even at war time (though they are tecnically already are in various wars). Most, ZOGnald and cuckservatives included, would rather lost a war than remove the diversity hires from the army because they are more loyal enforcers of Globohomo too, if less effective on that, because an actual unfucked military would likely made a coup if they are send to another hellhole and unnecesary war while the US are in the state they are. Like >>3719 said about the poojets.
>>3728 >Implying today's US politicians would actually make competent decisions even at war time (though they are tecnically already are in various wars). The wars we've been in have mostly been little skirmishes with goat herders armed with Cold War-era gear that was already outdated during said Cold War. I'd go so far as to say the last time the US faced a legitimate threat was the reason North and South Korea exist (due to Chinese interference/wave tactics) if not WWII. >Because an actual unfucked military would likely made a coup if they are send to another hellhole and unnecesary war while the US are in the state they are. I think there are many factors to consider on why the US wouldn't unfuck their military and couldn't persist in a major war in the state they are in unless that major war is China with the intention of arming other countries at a profit to fight for them, which they could do. However, a military coup is not one of those factors. At least not in my eyes. The entire point of having the leader of the executive (military) branch of office in charge of signing off on shit congress wants to do outside of super-majorities has always been to prevent a military coup which is why the president is supposed to have stronger ties to the military than they do to politicians. This creates its own problems, but I won't get into that. The main takeaway is that only 12 of the USA's presidents have not been veterans, and most of those were either during long-lasting times of peace or are otherwise regarded as some of the worst presidents in US history. India does not have a direct military tie between their Prime Minister and President the way the US does with our president and majority leader. India's president cannot veto to force a supermajority- he can only send a bill back with recommendations at which point whether changes are made or not, it will become law when passed again. He elects the Prime Minister, but he's expected to elect the majority leader as the PM, and while he is considered the "head of the military" that power is actually invested in the PM for all practical purposes. In effect, the President of India who's supposed to be the military leader is a purely ceremonial position comparable to England's Queen or Japan's Emperor. tl;dr- it's complicated but the US military won't coup unless a Democrat without veteran status (such as a woman) is elected.
>>3712 Somewhere in this soup, there's a chinese-built bioweapons lab. This has potential.
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July 5th: The U.S. is sending two aircraft carriers into the South China Sea as China conducts military exercises there. Vietnam and the Philippines have both denounced the exercises, which Hanoi says are detrimental to China’s relations with ASEAN. > Two U.S. aircraft carriers were conducting exercises in the disputed South China Sea on Saturday, the U.S. navy said, as China also carried out military drills that have been criticised by the Pentagon and neighbouring states. China and the United States have accused each other of stoking tension in the strategic waterway at a time of strained relations over everything from the new coronavirus to trade to Hong Kong. >The USS Nimitz and USS Ronald Reagan were carrying out operations and exercises in the South China Sea “to support a free and open Indo-Pacific,” the navy said in a statement. It did not say exactly where the exercises were being conducted in the South China Sea, which extends for some 1,500 km (900 miles) and 90% of which is claimed by China despite the protests of its neighbours. “The purpose is to show an unambiguous signal to our partners and allies that we are committed to regional security and stability,” Rear Admiral George M. Wikoff was quoted as saying by the Wall Street Journal, which first reported the exercises. Wikoff, commander of the strike group led by the Ronald Reagan, said the exercises were not a response to those being conducted by China, which the Pentagon criticised this week as “counter-productive to efforts at easing tensions and maintaining stability”. >China dismissed the U.S. criticism of its drills on Friday and suggested the United States was to blame for increasing tensions. U.S. carriers have long carried out exercises in the Western Pacific, including in the South China Sea, according to the U.S. navy. At one point recently, the United States had three carriers in the region. >China announced last week it had scheduled five days of drills starting July 1 near the Paracel Islands, which are claimed by both Vietnam and China. Vietnam and the Philippines have also criticised the planned Chinese drills, warning they could create tension in the region and impact Beijing’s relationship with its neighbours. https://archive.is/DN9J2 >(Chinese) Southern Theater Command, Northern Theater Command, and Eastern Theater Command, launched real-combat level exercises in South China Sea, Yellow Sea, and East China Sea. https://archive.is/hJ1eK >In another message to Beijing, U.S. B-52 bomber from Louisiana trains with jets from aircraft carriers Reagan and Nimitz in South China Sea https://archive.is/CTYwY Thousands of US troops will shift to Asia-Pacific to guard against China. German contingent to redeploy to Guam, Hawaii, Alaska, Japan and Australia >Facing what a Trump administration official recently called "the most significant geopolitical challenge since the end of the Cold War" in the Indo-Pacific theater, the U.S. military will embark on a realignment of its global posture. Several thousand of the troops currently posted in Germany are expected to redeploy to American bases in Guam, Hawaii, Alaska, Japan and Australia. >Priorities have changed. During the Cold War, American defense strategists thought it important to maintain a massive land force in Europe to keep the Soviet Union at bay. In the 2000s, the focus was primarily on the Middle East as the U.S. waged its "war on terrorism" in Iraq and Afghanistan. >Now the game planning centers on China. >To counter the "two great-power competitors" of China and Russia, "U.S. forces must be deployed abroad in a more forward and expeditionary manner than they have been in recent years," wrote Robert O'Brien, President Donald Trump's national security adviser, in a Wall Street Journal opinion piece late last month. >Toward this end, the administration will reduce its force permanently stationed in Germany from 34,500 troops to 25,000. The 9,500 who are leaving will be reassigned elsewhere in Europe, redeployed to the Indo-Pacific region, or sent back to bases in the U.S. >On the Indo-Pacific, O'Brien wrote: "In that theater, Americans and allies face the most significant geopolitical challenge since the end of the Cold War." Beijing continues to pour money into its forces, for instance. The Japanese government's defense white paper estimates that China's true defense spending exceeds its announced annual budget, which amounts to roughly triple Russia's. >The crux of the Chinese defense strategy is anti-access/area denial, or A2/AD -- an effort to keep American ships and fighter jets from approaching the shores of China. Toward this end, the Chinese have been strengthening their precision missile systems and sophisticated radar capabilities. >Analysts see three trends in the U.S. military's global operations. One is the geographical shift from Europe and the Middle East to the Asia-Pacific. Second is the shift from land-based combat to an "Air-Sea Battle" concept. The third, and perhaps most characteristic to Trump, is a desire to hold down defense spending. https://archive.is/u1axx
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>>3740 Three Gorges Dam flood risk map. >Some of You Guys are Alright, Don't go to Yichang Tomorrow
>>3741 >Wuhan in the flood path How is one city so fucked so quickly? Did a chink break a Buddha statue or something?
>>3745 Revenge of the river dolphins.
>>3745 Dude Wuhan floods REGULARLY. Like every 2 years. Hell, that's 90% of the cities in southern/ Western China because they are built literally on top of rivers because of the topography. You want to see a worse one? search up any Chinese city on a river west of Chengdu on the highway G318, G317, (ex: Luding, Kangding, Makram, Batang, etc). It's literrally a city build carved smack in a valley which floods yearly. God forbid the city itself hasen't fucking collapsed into the river. Imagine if New Orleans was hemmed in by mountains in the valley on the main branch of the Missiippi and you can see how that's not gonna end well.
>>3741 Realistically speaking the mass panic in the further out cities will be almost as dangerous as their being flooded. Evacuating 10s of millions of people who are terrified, without having plans/drills in place politically unacceptable to do that and with a culture of my family first/no trust in authority will result in utter chaos. Throw into that the fact China is a huge rumour mill and all it would take to spark this is even a minor flood upriver.
>>3712 China will grow larger! >>3719 Wouldnt that mean that the indian military will do anything to get into a fight against chinkland?
>>3781 Depends on the general. Some of them understand that a war with China would mean a fuckton of deaths on their side and they're relatively sure they can stand toe-to-toe with the bugmen. Others really want to go to war with them for one reason or another though that's the main one.
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>>3781 >>3784 So you've got two countries both with nuclear weapons AND with excess populations that they'd like to burn off. WHAT COULD POSSIBLY GO WRONG!
Found something new that someone else sent to me: Bubonic Plague: Chinese city issues black death level three plague warning >The Inner Mongolian Chinese city of Bayan has been placed under a level three warning for epidemic control. This is the second-lowest in a four-level system and the hunting and eating of wild animals has been forbidden. http://archive.is/x1HJz Can't tell if it archived it properly so here's the source: https://www.express.co.uk/news/world/1305663/Bubonic-plague-China-city-black-death-warning-epidemic-health-latest-herdsman
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>>3806 The disease vector of fleas (vs. the airborne-AIDS) makes the plague much less of a threat of becoming a new pandemic. But I'm sure the usual-suspect fear-mongers will be greedily trying to get as much mileage as possible from this ofc. In the meantime, I'd advise any Streloks frequenting the inner-China area this year to avoid eating any of the Marmots there. :^)
>>3806 This should've gone in the pandemic thread.
>>3723 >concrete has some great tensile properties that allow it to get bendy without breaking >concrete >great tensile properties >bendy without breaking steel. structural steel has great tensile properties and malleability (aka can get bendy without breaking) concrete on the other hand is brittle (aka not bendy) but has great compressive properties.
>>3847 I fucking hate marmots.
>>3865 From an average Joe standpoint concrete is brittle. From a Materials Engineer/Civil Engineering standpoint, concrete is incredibly elastic/flexible compared to other stone materials with similar properties.
>>3874 Surely residue from all the funny disinfectant sprayed on Wuhan's streets earlier this year won't have any negative effects on the Yangtze river water?
>>3877 Not at this point it won't. River's pretty much already dead.
>>3877 No, not any noticable. The river, as largely any habited region in China is polluted dead zone ecologically speaking. Whatever Chinese touches it dies or becomes pollution.
>>3877 IT's probably also evaporated. Chinese were using highly concentrated chlorine or Sodium hypochlorite based shit. And Wuhan is hot as fuck. Also, any wild life in the river, is only existant west of the provience of Sichuan in Ya'an.
>>3877 >funny disinfectant sprayed It's called Decon7. They had been importing it like crazy. Chinese rivers are dead. There's probably 30 different factories dumping battery acid in it downstream.

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