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Generic News Thread -NTDDIOT Strelok 03/18/2022 (Fri) 04:01:04 No.29184
News That Doesn't Deserve Its Own Thread Generic news thread for things related to /k/ or global conflicts that doesn't deserve its own thread but is worth keeping an eye on in case it might be worth making a thread about later.
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No Breakthrough at 15th Round of China-India Talks https://archive.is/qkBoO An agreement on disengagement of troops at Hot Springs, Demchok and Depsang remains elusive. >Indian and Chinese military commanders met on March 11 for the 15th round of talks on disengagement of troops from “friction points” along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh. >The talks, which were held at the Chushul-Moldo border meeting point on the Indian side of the LAC, ended without yielding a breakthrough. >This was the first meeting between Indian and Chinese officials since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, which many in India’s security establishment fear could have implications for the border dispute with China. >Relations between India and China have deteriorated significantly since May 2020, when Chinese soldiers ingressed into the Indian side of the disputed border in Ladakh. >Fifteen rounds of talks have taken place over the last 22 months. These have resulted in disengagement of troops from Galwan Valley (July 2020), the north and south banks of Pangong Tso (February 2021) and Gogra Post (August 2021). Agreement on pullback of troops from three other “friction points” – Hot Springs, Demchok, and Depsang Plains – remains elusive. >Hot Springs or Patrolling Point (PP) 15, which lies close to the Chang Chenmo river in the Galwan sub-sector of the LAC, was high on the agenda of the 15th round of talks. >Indian analysts cite military sources as describing Hot Springs as “low hanging fruit” on which a settlement is within reach. >Apparently, India and China had agreed on disengagement from Hot Springs in July 2020 and although the process of pulling back troops began, the Chinese did not complete the process. As a result the two sides have “two small groups of soldiers camped opposite each other at PP 15.” >Apparently, “a broad understanding on resolution” of the conflict at Hot Springs was reached during the 14th round of talks in January. That feed the heightened expectation that an agreement on Hot Springs would be achieved at the 15th round. >However, that did not happen. Doesn't deserve a new Pajeet thread yet but it looks like talks have stalled between India and China at a time when Russia and America are both vying for the grace of the poos.
>>29184 Good thread idea cum face, but you should have just titled it as news not about Russia. It's just a placeholder until we all get nuked or conflicts settle.
>>29184 By the way, I asked like a month ago the ZZZ guys to give me a board, sent a mail and never got replied back. The admin seemed to like the idea, too.
Iran ready to meet India's energy needs, Tehran envoy tells New Delhi https://archive.is/8LEXo Iran is ready to meet India's energy security needs, its ambassador to India was quoted as saying on Friday, as negotiations continue between the world powers and Tehran on the lifting of sanctions against the OPEC-member. >Iran used to be the second largest oil supplier to India but New Delhi had to halt imports from Tehran after former U.S. President Donald Trump withdrew from the nuclear deal with Iran and re-imposed sanctions on its oil exports. >"Rupee-rial trade mechanism can help companies from both the countries to deal with each other directly and avoid third party intermediation costs," Ali Chegeni was quoted as saying by Indian facilitation body MVIRDC World Trade Center. >India, the world's third biggest oil importer and consumer, covers over 80% of its crude oil needs with imports. >India and Iran had devised a barter-like mechanism to settle trade where Indian refiners were paying for Iranian oil in rupees to a local bank and the funds were used by Tehran to pay for imports from India. >Due to sanctions, the India-Iran trade declined sharply from $17 billion in the fiscal year to March 2019 to less than $2 billion in April-January, the first 10 months of this fiscal year. >Chegeni said, "If both countries launch rupee-rial trade mechanisms, the bilateral trade could grow to $30 billion".
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>IRBIL, Iraq (AP) — Once a lavish mansion, the sprawling home of an Iraqi Kurdish oil tycoon was laid to waste in a barrage of missiles that struck near a U.S. consulate complex in the northern Iraqi city of Irbil earlier this week. >Iran’s powerful Revolutionary Guard said it launched the attack last Sunday, firing off 12 cruise missiles at what it described as a “strategic center” of the Israeli spy agency Mossad — in retaliation for an Israeli strike in Syria that killed two of the Iranian paramilitary force’s members the previous week. >Baz Karim Barzinji, CEO of the Iraqi Kurdish oil company KAR group, denies any links to Mossad. The missiles gutted his beautiful home but he says he is grateful his family was unharmed. >The consulate was undamaged and no injuries were reported in the attack. The United States said it did not believe it was the target. But the barrage marked a significant escalation between the U.S. and Iran. Hostility between the longtime foes has often played out in Iraq, whose government is allied with both countries. >Barzinji pointed to a large crater where once his home office stood as he took The Associated Press on a tour of the ruins on Friday. The tycoon, his wife and two teenage children were visiting a nearby farm when the attack took place, he said. >Once plush sitting rooms, where government officials rubbed shoulders with diplomats and other figures of influence, are now strewn with glass, pieces of concrete and piles of debris. The windows and the roof are gone, remnants of the mansion walls barely stand, and floors are covered with rubble. >“This is my family house, all the photos and our belongings” were here, he said. “It was horrifying.” >His daughter, Ban Karim, recounts how she huddled in the garden with the family dogs as the thundering missiles whizzed overhead. “We do not know if they can see us, we do not know if they are drones, we do not know anything about ballistics, what is going to happen right now,” she said, speaking in English. >Observers speculate the timing of the attack was significant as the world’s focus is on Russia’s war in Ukraine. >Iraq’s northern semi-autonomous Kurdish region maintains discreet links to Israel through the selling of its oil. Barzinji’s KAR group built and operates the export pipeline to Ceyhan in Turkey through a joint venture with Russia’s Rosneft. >“It is clearly nonsense, what the Iranians are talking about. This can be anything but an Israeli base,” Hiwa Osman, an Iraqi Kurdish political analyst, said of Barzanji’s villa. >An Iraqi intelligence official, speaking on condition of anonymity to discuss the attack, also rejected claims the house was an Israeli spy center, adding it was a place where diplomats often held social gatherings. >The attack was Iran’s first assault on Iraqi soil since the January 2020 missile strike on Ain al-Assad air base housing U.S. forces, which was in retaliation for the U.S. drone strikes that killed a top Iranian general, Qassem Soleimani, outside the Baghdad airport. >“This is a message (by Iran) to their base, their people. They needed to boost their morale because they have been humiliated for a long time,” said Hamdi Malik, an associate fellow with the Washington Institute who specializes in Shiite militias. >Malik believes Sunday’s attack was carefully plotted to minimize casualties and cause no direct harm to U.S. interests — but also sent a message to the Americans amid stalled nuclear talks between Iran and world powers in Vienna: next time could be bigger, and more dangerous, >The attack also served to remind Baghdad, where talks on forming a government are languishing and where Moqtada al-Sadr, the winner of Iraq’s 2021 parliamentary election, is threatened to exclude Iran-backed parties by forming an alliance with the Kurds and Sunnis. >Iran’s “message to Iraqi partners is that no matter who wins the election …. Iraq is our backyard and we can do what we want, whenever we want,” Malik said. https://www.kxan.com/news/international/iraqi-kurdish-oil-tycoons-home-in-ruins-after-iran-strike/
>>29209 fucker is lazy as fuck, but if you pester him enough he'll come through
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>China has fully militarized at least three of several islands it built in the disputed South China Sea, arming them with anti-ship and anti-aircraft missile systems, laser and jamming equipment and fighter jets in an increasingly aggressive move that threatens all nations operating nearby, a top U.S. military commander said Sunday. U.S. Indo-Pacific commander Adm. John C. Aquilino said the hostile actions were in stark contrast toChinese President Xi Jinping’s past assurancesthat Beijing would not transform the artificial islands in contested waters into military bases. The efforts were part of China’s flexing its military muscle, he said. >“I think over the past 20 years we’ve witnessed the largest military buildup since World War II by the PRC,” Aquilino told The Associated Press in an interview, using the initials of China’s formal name. “They have advanced all their capabilities and that buildup of weaponization is destabilizing to the region.” >There were no immediate comments from Chinese officials. >Aquilino spoke with the AP onboard a U.S. Navy reconnaissance aircraft that flew near Chinese-held outposts in the South China Sea’s Spratly archipelago, one of the most hotly contested regions in the world. During the patrol, the P-8A Poseidon plane was repeatedly warned by Chinese callers that it illegally entered what they said was China’s territory and ordered the plane to move away. “China has sovereignty over the Spratly islands, as well as surrounding maritime areas. Stay away immediately to avoid misjudgment,” one of the stern radio messages said in a veiled threat. >But the U.S. Navy plane dismissed the multiple warnings and pressed on defiantly with its reconnaissance in brief but tense moments witnessed by two AP journalists invited onboard. “I am a sovereign immune United States naval aircraft conducting lawful military activities beyond the national airspace of any coastal state,” a U.S. pilot radioed back to the Chinese. “Exercising these rights is guaranteed by international law and I am operating with due regard to the rights and duties of all states,” he said. >Navy commanding officer Joel Martinez, who led the P-8A Poseidon’s crew, said there has been an incident when a Chinese jet flew close to a U.S. aircraft in a dangerous maneuver in the disputed region. The U.S. flight crew calmly reminded the Chinese to comply with aviation safety regulations, he said. As the P-8A Poseidon flew as low as 15,000 feet (4,500 meters) near the Chinese-occupied reefs, some appeared to be like small cities on screen monitors, with multi-story buildings, warehouses, hangars, seaports, runways and white round structures Aquilino said were radars. Near Fiery Cross, more than 40 unspecified vessels could be seen apparently anchored. >Aquilino said the construction of missile arsenals, aircraft hangars, radar systems and other military facilities on Mischief Reef, Subi Reef and Fiery Cross appeared to have been completed but it remains to be seen if China will pursue the construction of military infrastructure in other areas. >“The function of those islands is to expand the offensive capability of the PRC beyond their continental shores,” he said. “They can fly fighters, bombers plus all those offensive capabilities of missile systems.” >He said any military and civilian plane flying over the disputed waterway could easily get within range of the Chinese islands’ missile system. >“So that’s the threat that exists, that’s why it’s so concerning for the militarization of these islands,” he said. “They threaten all nations who operate in the vicinity and all the international sea and airspace.” China sought to shore up its vast territorial claims over virtually the entire South China Sea by building island bases on coral atolls nearly a decade ago. The U.S. responded by sending its warships through the region in what it calls freedom of operation missions. The United States has no claims itself but has deployed Navy ships and aircraft for decades to patrol and promote free navigation in international waterway and airspace. >China routinely objects to any action by the U.S. military in the region. The other parties — the Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Taiwan and Brunei — claim all or part of the sea, through which approximately $5 trillion in goods are shipped every year. 1/2
cont. >Despite China’s aggression, the long-simmering territorial conflicts should only be resolved peacefully, Aquilino said, and cited the Philippine government’s successful move to bring its disputes with China to international arbitration in 2013 as a good template. >A U.N.-backed arbitration tribunal that handled the case invalidated China’s sweeping historical claims in the South China Sea under the U.N. Convention on the Law of the Sea. Beijing dismissed the ruling as sham and continues to defy it. >Washington’s main objective in the disputed region is “to prevent war” through deterrence and promote peace and stability, including by engaging American allies and partners in projects with that objective, Aquilino said. https://www.cbs17.com/news/ap-exclusive-us-admiral-says-china-fully-militarized-isles >>29516
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What did he mean by this?
>>29645 >If the bitch didn't want to die, she shouldn't have gotten into the path of my bullet.
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>>29645 >She killed herself >mfw What the fuck is he doing? If this whole drama doesn't end with a "He killed her because they were having an affair" I will be desappointed.
>>29669 No, he really is that sociopathic. This is the fourth or fifth time he has changed his story to try and get out of homicide charges because the known data suggests it was premeditated homicide.
>>29645 I remember someone mentioning that her family is stuck in ukraine maybe thats why he is going with that story because the family member cant give evidence that said otherwise
>>29645 "I'm paid really well to pretend to be fictional characters so I shouldn't face consequences for my actions, in fact it's the person Ishot's fault, I'm the victim here". Alec Baldwin is basically how globohomo elite think and behave, only he's just some easily replaced recognizable face instead of someone with actual power.
>>29955 except it's not his fault at all, the only one who should be at fault is the retard that didn't check the prop gun. there was nowhere near this level of insanity when it was The Crow, and that was the main actor that got killed.
>>29980 >except it's not his fault at all, the only one who should be at fault is the retard that didn't check the prop gun. He was a producer and so had input on the decision to hire her.
>>29645 Does he mean that she effectively killed herself by doing a shoddy job or that she literally snuck live rounds into the gun so that she or someone else would get shot?
>>29910 How is that position the slightest bit relevant? This stronk, independynt filmmaker's family wasn't in New Mexico on set--being on the other side of the world, and so wouldn't have the slightest bit of 'evidence' to present Anon.
Question; since he apparently shot the director in the same incident, wouldn't that be 'breaking the 4th wall'? I'm presuming they both were near the camera. Doesn't sound like a legit writing scenario for a Western tbh. What were the physical conditions on set that day, anyone know?
>>29980 >the only one who should be at fault is the retard that didn't check the prop gun So... himself? the chick who does the gun handling was not qualified other than being the daughter of someone who does, someone who is also known to be shady in Hollywood. >there was nowhere near this level of insanity when it was The Crow A guy involved in that movie was also involved here for some inane coincidental reason, also Lee got killed by a real bullet not a bogus fragment inside the blank bullet composition.
>>29991 It was supposed to be a scene where he draws and points the gun at the camera. Director was not in the shot but in the trajectory of the bullet.
>>29980 >the retard that didn't check the prop gun you mean the multiple retards including himself. also he hired the other retards, so at best he had a shitty armorer on set who left live fucking rounds whoch didn't need to be there at all just sitting around and at worst he brought his own live round put it into the gun and shot the bitch and has been trying to play it off as an accident. no matter how you spin this he shares at least half of the blame. the fact he's acting so smug about it makes me think he deliberately shot her and is expecting his money and connections to get him out of it. you have to ignore a lot of shit to even attempt to spin this in his favor.
>>29992 >that animation I thought they were outside because of that photo of the aftermath where Baldwin was on the phone talking to his lawyers, and assumed it was some kind of duel scene because it was a Western but this makes it look even worse. So they had no bulletproof shielding of any kind for the film crew while staging a shootout and even though they were just discussing how to go about it, Baldwin just pulled out the gun and straight up fired it in the direction of the crew (or it "went off" as he claimed). In addition, assuming that they didn't have precautions set up yet because they were in the middle of discussions, why have the bullets in the gun, and upon being handed a "cold gun" he somehow didn't question why bullets were in it when they weren't ready to shoot (pun intended) nor notice a weight difference, before getting into questions of whether he actually pulled the trigger.
>>29980 More evidence came out making a clear-cut case for him shooting her. The police started a homicide investigation after reviewing the footage.
>>30000 Not only did it happen like that, he insisted "he didn't know" it happened and left the scene for 45 minutes.
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>>29992 Thank God that they were wearing their masks.
>>30004 >after reviewing the footage Oh snap, the camera was really rolling like i suspected then. That must be a hell of a watch for some peeps out there.
>>29645 >>29987 >Those whose directions Baldwin followed included Hutchins herself, the filing stated, calling it “the worst day in Alec Baldwin’s life” that “will continue to haunt” him. >Hutchins “directed Baldwin” in the rehearsal scene to “determine how best to angle the camera and what movements Baldwin should make for her to capture the cocked gun that the script had called for,” it said. >“Hutchins described what she would like Baldwin to do with the placement of the gun … She directed Baldwin to hold the gun higher, to a point where it was directed toward her,” the filing detailed. >“In giving and following these instructions, Hutchins and Baldwin shared a core, vital belief: that the gun was ‘cold’ and contained no live rounds. >“Baldwin asked Hutchins whether she wanted to see him cock the gun, as the script required. She responded yes,” the filing stated. >On her instructions, “Baldwin then pulled back the hammer, but not far enough to actually cock the gun. >“When Baldwin let go of the hammer, the gun went off,” the filing noted. >“As later became known, a live bullet discharged from the gun and struck Hutchins, traveling through her body and striking [director Joel] Souza in the shoulder. Both Hutchins and Souza fell to the ground,” it said. https://nypost.com/2022/03/11/alec-baldwin-denies-responsibility-for-killing-halyna-hutchins/
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>>30009 >“When Baldwin let go of the hammer, the gun went off,” the filing noted. Did he do it on purpose because he was annoyed at her (with plausible deniability) or was he genuinely that stupid?
>>30010 Why not both?
>>30010 She was a union rep, and that set was having Union trouble. Baldwin being a producer, so potentially the one dealing with said trouble. Troubleshooting it, so to say. You decide.
>>30013 >Troubleshooting it, so to say. >not Carlos posting this w/ spoler You had one job
>>30013 >Union rep I'm a Union rep. Anyone can be one. It's actually a job usually assigned to the bottom of the barrel. Alec Baldwin is a narcissistic, egotistic, sociopathic, well-paid actor who thinks he's god and could get away with murder and very likely is trying to. You decide.
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Japan OKs bigger budget to host US forces, step up alliance https://archive.ph/T9r9i >Japan’s parliament on Friday approved a new agreement with the United States, endorsing Japanese government spending exceeding 1 trillion yen ($8 billion) for hosting U.S. troops as the two sides strengthen their military alliance in the face of growing threat from China and North Korea in the region. >The 1.05 trillion yen ($8.6 billion) host nation support budget covers the purchase of advanced arsenals used in their joint military exercises, as well as utilities and facilities used by the U.S. troops and their Japanese employees working on American bases in the country through March 2027. >The upcoming five-year budget includes a new funding category of up to 20 billion yen ($164 million) for the purchase of advanced virtual combat training systems for joint exercises between the two forces. >The roughly 200 billion yen ($1.6 billion) for the first year is included in the fiscal 2022 national defense budget — a record 5.4 trillion yen ($44 billion) — beginning in April. >Japan’s government now describes the host-nation support budget as necessary for strengthening the alliance, rather than for “kindness” as it used to be considered. >Japan has significantly expanded its joint drills with the United States as well as other partners including Australia, India, France, Britain and Germany that share concern about China’s push for its territorial claims in the region, which has some of the world’s busiest sea lanes.
>>30343 >>Japan’s parliament on Friday approved a new agreement with the United States >Friday I'm betting this has to do with the very recent lobbing of a Best Korea ICBM into the Sea of Japan? >>30295 >>30333
>>30346 This thread is for generic news. Where does news like this go?
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Questions swirl as Canada chooses to buy F-35 stealth fighter https://archive.is/l4g4O >Canada's decade-long search for a new fighter jet to replace its aging CF-18s came full circle on Monday as the Liberal government announced negotiations with U.S. defence giant Lockheed Martin to purchase the F-35. >Procurement Minister Filomena Tassi and Defence Minister Anita Anand confirmed during a news conference that Lockheed Martin's stealth fighter beat out Sweden's Saab Gripen in a competition many had long considered the F-35's to lose. >The government will now launch formal negotiations with the company this week for the purchase of 88 F-35s to replace Canada's CF-18s, with officials anticipating the talks will take about seven months and result in a final contract by the end of the year. >Despite what Anand described as a “rigorous” competition designed to ensure Canada gets the best fighter jet at the lowest cost with the most economic benefits, a senior procurement official indicated the scope of the negotiations will be broad. >As for the anticipated $19-billion cost, Anand said that will be “further refined.”
Looks like the kikes are tightening their grip on the throats of the Oz-landers yet further today.
>>31322 >surely this will stop them
https://archive.ph/AOPaS >Be Afghanistan >Experiencing famine >Wait until crops are almost ready to harvest >Ban poppy harvesting right as harvest is supposed to start >With death penalty for defiance >Drug cartels (legal and illegal) aren't getting their Opium this year with no clue until just now Heh.
Peru seems to be having a bit of a meltdown over inflation, anyone know anything else?
>>31530 They voted a commie guerrilla president who was once persecuted by Fujimori, just because they wanted to try something new. Amid some scandals in the voting process, as the education system syndicates rigged something here and there, they won and in the first day of presidency the old Shining Path leader aka their old boss "died" and his body cremated immediately without official authorities present. Inflation bombed up later on and in the midst of street riots, mostly mountain folk and many venezuelan immigrants (mostly poorfags who were send by their commie gov) flinging rocks at city slickers, it seems the building of the investigation bureau's special section regarding economic crimes burned mysteriously. So, commies being commies and people never learning about history.
>>31545 >>31530 A few days after Pedro Castillo was elected, a truck strike was called, there isn't any food coming in because of the strike, it gotten so bad that Castillo said we have to replace chicken with fish because nothing is coming in from the mountains due to the strike.
>>31654 Decent article if true, but i am more alarmed at those reports about the vaxx being effectively a controlled form of AIDS
>>31656 >despite over 6'000'000 gorillion shitposts warning him not to >Anon still took the kike clotshot F We hardly knew ye, lad.
>>31659 Don't be silly, i didn't take a single jab nor even put myself into getting tested or wear gov-given masks, i just feel for my mom who was forced due to working in the health sector and always looking after herself. All good habits down the drain if minus 391% less immune system efficacy is to go by.
>>31660 My condolences on your loss Anon. But of all ppl, anyone in the health sector of all places should know better than to allow themselves to become a guinea pig in history's largest genetic mutation testing skam. The majority refused to, AFAICT. The globohomo evil is real, and I'm sure you warned her in advance. Again sorry for your loss, but you weren't really in control of her choices anyway Strelok.
>>31663 She refused initially for the reasons you mention, knowing better, and my dad didn't mind her not getting money as he could support the house with his better job but women are mules and nowadays dislike the fact of men providing every need, what can be said.
>>31654 As far as specifics on the Ukrainian's military current status It can't be independently confirmed so his word will just have to be taken as is. Everything else he claims though is just confirmation of what is already known, such as the destruction of Ukraine's air force and these sanctions being even more harmful to the west than Russia. He even addresses the most important thing currently happening, the collapse of western hegemony. >the U.S. dollar’s role as the international reserve currency will show up in the dustbin of history >the Biden Administration is trying to bully China, India and Saudi Arabia. I do not see any of those countries falling into line While he's a glownig it's still accurate to what public evidence supports so I would say it's an acceptable article to use.
Goatfuckistan's PM got voted out after a pretty big shitshow between their Supreme Court and Parliament. Probably backed by USA in some way but not entirely sure, it's possible their country was fucked either way and didn't necessarily need a push to make it go under.
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>>31654 >What think you? I think it's 2spooky4me when a Colonel has repeated almost verbatim what I've been saying since about last June during the previous Ukraine scare and question if he browses /k/.
Oh sorry, former CIA agent. The quoted guy who also agrees with me is a Colonel.
>>31665 Sounds like her own fault then. You reap what you sow. Tough love is love too.
Uberbau erhebt, wandte er seine Aufmerksamkeit vor allem dem Studium dieser okonomischen Struktur zu.« (W.I. Lenin, Werke, Band 19, Berlin 1962, S.5.) 2.Mit dem systematischen Studium der politischen Okonomie begann Marx Ende 1843 in Paris. Er setzte sich das Ziel, eine umfassende Arbeit zu schreiben, die die Kritik der bestehenden Ordnung und der biirgerlichen politischen Okonomie enthalten sollte. Seine ersten Forschungen auf diesem Gebiete widerspiegelten sich in solchen Arbeiten wie: "Okonomisch-philosophische Manuskripte aus dem Jahre 1844", "Die deutsche Ideologie", "Das Elend der Philosophie", "Lohnarbeit und Kapital", "Manifest der Kommunistischen Partei" und anderen. Schon in diesen Arbeiten wurden die Grundlagen der kapitalistischen Ausbeutung, der unversohnliche Gegensatz der Interessen der Kapitalisten und der Lohnarbeiter, der antagonistische und vergangliche Charakter aller okonomischen Verhaltnisse des Kapitalismus aufgedeckt. 3.Nach einer Unterbrechung, hervorgerufen durch die stiirmischen Ereignisse der Revolution von 1848/49, setzte Marx seine okonomischen Forschungen in London fort, wohin er im August 1849 emigrieren muBte. Hier studierte er griindlich und allseitig die Geschichte der Okonomie und die derzeitige Wirtschaft in den verschiedenen Landern, insbesondere in England, dem damals klassischen Land des Kapitalismus. Ihn interessierten in dieser Periode die Geschichte des Grundeigentums und die Theorie der Grundrente, die Geschichte und die Theorie des Geldumlaufs und der Preise, die Wirtschaftskrisen, die Geschichte der Technik und der Technologie und die Fragen der Agronomie und der Agrochemie. 4. Marx arbeitete unter unwahrscheinlich schwierigen Bedingungen. Er muBte standig gegen die Not kampfen und sich nicht selten vom Studium losreiBen, um den Lebensunterhalt zu verdienen. Die lang dauernde Uberanstrengung seiner Krafte unter materiellen Entbehrungen blieb nicht ohne Folgen - Marx erkrankte ernstlich. Dennoch waren bis 1857 die umfangreichen Vorbereitungsarbeiten so weit gediehen, daB er mit der Systematisierung und Verallgemeinerung der gesammelten Materialien beginnen konnte. 5. Von August 1857 bis Juni 1858 schrieb Marx ein Manuskript von etwa 50 Druckbogen, das gewissermaBen den Entwurf des kiinftigen "Kapitals" darstellte. Diese Arbeit wurde erstmalig 1939-1941 vorn Institut fur Marxismus-Leninismus beim ZK der KPdSU in der Originalsprache unter dem Titel "Grundrisse der Kritik der politischen Okonomie" veroffentlicht. Im November 1857 entwarf Marx einen Plan seines Werkes, der spater detailliert und wesentlich prazisiert wurde. Seine wissenschaftliche Arbeit, die der Kritik der okonomischen Kategorien gewidmet ist, gliederte er in sechs Biicher: 1. Vom Kapital; 2. Vom Grundeigentum; 3. Von der Lohnarbeit; 4. Vom Staat; 5. Internationaler Handel; 6. Weltmarkt. Fiir das erste Buch sah Marx vier Abschnitte vor: a) Das Kapital im allgemeinen; b) Die Konkurrenz oder die Aktion der vielen Kapitalien aufeinander; c) Kredit; d) Das Aktienkapital. Der erste Abschnitt sollte aus drei Kapiteln bestehen: 1. Wert, 2. Geld und 3. Kapital. Das dritte Kapitel sollte sich wiederum in drei Abteilungen aufgliedern: ProduktionsprozeB des Kapitals, ZirkulationsprozeB des Kapitals; Einheit von beiden oder Kapital und Profit, Zins. Diese letzte spezielle Gliederung bildete spater die Grundlage fiir die Einteilung des ganzen Werks in die drei Bande des "Kapitals". Die Kritik und Geschichte der politischen Okonomie und des Sozialismus sollten Gegenstand einer andren Arbeit sein. 6.Marx nahm sich vor, das von ihm geschaffene Werk in aufeinanderfolgenden Heften herauszugeben, wobei die erste Lieferung unbedingt ein relatives Ganzes und die Grundlage der gesamten Arbeit bilden muBte. In ihr sollten die Abteilungen 1. Die Ware, 2. Das Geld oder die einfache Zirkulation und 3. Das Kapital enthalten sein. Aus politischen Griinden wurde jedoch in die endgiiltige Fassung der ersten Veroffentlichung in das Buch "Zur Kritik der Politischen Okonomie" - die dritte Abteilung nicht aufgenommen. Marx wies darauf hin, daB gerade mit dieser Abteilung » die eigentliche Schlacht beginnt« und es bei dem Bestehen der offiziellen Zensur, der polizeilichen Verfolgungen und der Hetze jeder Art gegen Autoren, die den herrschenden Klassen un erwiinscht sind, nicht ratsam ware, ein derartiges Kapitel gleich zu Beginn zu veroffentlichen, noch bevor die breite Offentlichkeit etwas uber das neue Werk erfahrt. Fiir die erste Veroffentlichung schrieb Marx speziell das Kapitel uber die Ware und uberarbeitete griindlich das Kapitel iiber das Geld aus dem Manuskript von 1857/1858. 7."Zur Kritik der Politischen Oekonomie" erschien 1859. Es war beabsichtigt, bald danach auch das nachste Heft herauszubringen, d.h. die erwahnte Abteilung iiber das Kapital, die den Hauptinhalt des Manuskripts von 1857/1858 bildet. Marx nahm seine systematischen Forschungen iiber politische Okonomie im Britischen Museum wieder auf. Er muBte jedoch bald diese Arbeit fiir eineinhalb Jahre unterbrechen, um die verleumderischen Angriffe des bonapartistischen Agenten Karl Vogt zu entlarven und andere dringende Arbeiten in Druck zu geben. Erst im August 1861 begann Marx wieder mit der Niederschrift des umfangreichen Manuskripts und beendete es gegen Mitte des Jahres 1863. Das Manuskript, das aus 23 Heften besteht und einen Gesamtumfang von etwa 200 Druckbogen hat, ist die Fortsetzung des 1859 erschienenen ersten Heftes "Zur Krjtik der Politischen Okonomie" und tragt den gleichen Titel. Der iiberwiegende Teil dieses Manuskripts (die Hefte VI-XV und XVIII) behandelt die Geschichte der okonomischen Lehren. Er wurde zu Lebzeiten von Marx und Engels nicht veroffentlicht. Das Institut fiir Marxismus-Leninismus beim ZK der SED gab diesen unter dem Titel "Theorien iiber den Mehrwert (Vierter Band des Kapitals)", 3 Teile, heraus. In den ersten fiinf Heften und teilweise in den Heften XIX- XXIII werden die Themen des ersten Bandes des "Kapitals" behandelt. Hier analysiert Marx die Verwandlung von Geld in Kapital, entwickelt die Mehrwerttheorie und beriihrt eine Reihe anderer Fragen. Insbesondere ist in den Heften XIX und XX eine solide Grundlage fiir das 13. Kapitel des ersten Bandes "Maschinerie und groGe Industrie" gelegt; in ihnen wird ein iiberaus reiches Material zur Geschichte der Technik angefuhrt und eine griindliche okonomische Analyse der Anwendung von Maschinen in der kapitalistischen Industrie gegeben. In den Heften XXI-XXIII werden einzelne Fragen beleuchtet, die sich auf verschiedene Themen des "Kapitals" beziehen, darunter solche des zweiten Bandes. Den Problemen des dritten Bandes sind die Hefte XVI und XVII gewidmet. Auf diese Weise beriihrt das Manuskript von 1861- 1863 in groBerem oder geringerem MaBe die Probleme aller vier Bande des "Kapitals". 8.1m Verlaufe der weiteren Arbeit entschloB sich Marx, sein ganzes Werk nach ienem Plane aufzubauen, den er friiher fur den Abschnitt "Das Kapital im allgemeinen" mit seinen drei Abteilungen ausgearbeitet hatte. Der historisch-kritische Teil des Manuskripts sollte das vierte, abschlieBende Glied bilden. »Das ganze Werk«, schrieb Marx in seinem Briefe an Kugelmann vom 13.0ktober 1866, »zerfallt ndmlich in folgende Telle. Buch 1) Produktionsprozefi des Kapitals. Buch II) Zirkulatlonsprozefi des Kapitals. Buch III) Gestaltungen des Gesamtprozesses. Buch TV) Zur Geschichteder Theorie.« Marx ging auch von dem friiheren Plan ab, das Werk in aufeinanderfolgenden Heften herauszubringen, und nahm sich vor, die Arbeit im ganzen fertigzustellen und sie erst dann herauszugeben.
>>29313 So... is this the beginning of the end for petrodollar? I can't imagine Iran getting Saddamized in the current situation. No matter what stories about literally eating babies CNN would see fit to spout. Who exactly would go there while trucks still stand and the dumpster fire of the fake missile crisis is still smoking? Also, teh Kremlins finally can just stop playing stupid games, shrug and go with it.
>>32029 If by "this" you mean the response to Europe screeching about sanctions with their boot on Biden's neck? Yes. Not that CNN is any position to do anything since most of their remaining licenses are in the form of Airports, Gyms, Bars, etc. I was laughing when Timcast had more subscribers in the same timeframe that CNN+ has sliced their prices in half.
North Korea said Sunday it has successfully test-fired a newly developed tactical guided weapon, the latest in a spate of launches that came just after the country passed its biggest state anniversary without an expected military parade, which it typically uses to unveil provocative weapons systems. The latest testing activity came amid concerns that North Korea may soon conduct a larger provocation like a nuclear explosive test in an effort to expand the country’s nuclear arsenal and increase pressure on its rivals amid stalled diplomacy. The official Korean Central News Agency said leader Kim Jong Un observed the launch, which it said would bolster the effective operation of the country’s tactical nuclear forces and firepower of its long-range artillery corps. The dispatch suggested the weapon tested is likely capable of carrying a nuclear warhead, but KCNA didn’t elaborate. It also didn’t say when and where the launch occurred. South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement Sunday that it had detected two projectile launches from the North’s eastern coastal town of Hamhung early Saturday evening. It said the projectiles flew about 110 kilometers (68 miles) at an apogee of 25 kilometers (16 miles) and at a maximum speed of Mach 4. The statement said South Korean and U.S. intelligence authorities are analyzing additional details of the launches. It said South Korean officials separately held an emergency meeting to discuss the launches. North Korea has started this year with a slew of weapons tests, including its first flight test of an intercontinental ballistic missile since 2017. South Korean and U.S. officials said Pyongyang could soon launch additional provocations like another ICBM test, a rocket launch to put a spy satellite into orbit or even a nuclear test explosion that would be the seventh of its kind. South Korea’s military said it has detected signs that North Korea is rebuilding tunnels at a nuclear testing ground it partially dismantled weeks before it entered now-dormant nuclear talks with the United States in 2018. Sunday’s KCNA dispatch quoted Kim as presenting unspecified tasks to boost North Korea’s nuclear fighting and military capability after praising what he called successive progress in its efforts to reinforce the country’s war deterrence power. On Friday, Kim attended a massive civilian parade in Pyongyang that marked the milestone 110th birth anniversary of his state-founding grandfather, Kim Il Sung. It appeared the country passed its biggest holiday without an expected military parade to showcase its new weapons systems. https://www.staradvertiser.com/2022/04/16/breaking-news/north-korea-says-it-tested-new-tactical-guided-weapon/
U.S., S. Korea urge North's return to talks after missile tests >The U.S. special envoy for North Korea said Monday that Washington and Seoul agreed on the need for a strong response to Pyongyang’s recent spate of missile tests, though they remain open to dialogue with the country. >We agreed on the need for a strong response to the destabilizing behavior we have seen from” North Korea, Kim told reporters after a meeting with his South Korean counterpart. “(We) also agreed on the need to maintain the strongest possible joint deterrent capability on the peninsula.” >South Korean nuclear envoy Noh Kyu-duk said he and Kim shared concerns that North Korea will likely continue to engage in acts that raise regional tensions. He urged North Korea to return to talks. >Kim said the allies “have not closed the door on diplomacy” with North Korea and have “no hostile intents toward” the country. He repeated his earlier statement that the United States is ready to meet North Korea “anywhere, without any conditions.” >North Korea has so far rejected Kim’s outreach, saying the United States must first drop its hostile policy before talks can resume. Some experts say North Korea wants the U.S. to relax sanctions or suspend its regular military drills with South Korea, which it views as an invasion rehearsal. >Earlier Monday, the U.S. and South Korean militaries kicked off their springtime computer-simulated command post exercise. North Korea has previously responded to such drills with missile tests and warlike rhetoric. https://www.mprnews.org/story/2022/04/18/us-s-korea-urge-norths-return-to-talks-after-missile-tests
>>32414 The good old psychological warfare schtick. I don't think it's gonna work on anyone anymore, pedo Joe.
Alex Jones’ Infowars files for bankruptcy following Sandy Hook lawsuits https://searx.fmac.xyz/morty/?mortyurl=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.cnbc.com%2F2022%2F04%2F18%2Falex-jones-infowars-files-for-bankruptcy-following-sandy-hook-lawsuits.html&mortyhash=58b3b688076346e5a9d318314cc07d98d4063a16d8211813ca78c121d197c0ba >Infowars on Sunday filed for voluntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas in the face of multiple defamation lawsuits. >Chapter 11 bankruptcy procedures put a hold on all civil litigation matters and allow companies to prepare turnaround plans while remaining operational. >Alex Jones, founder of Infowars, was found liable for damages in a trio of lawsuits last year filed after he falsely claimed that the 2012 Sandy Hook school massacre was a hoax. >Jones claimed the shooting, in which 20 children and six school employees were shot dead at the school in Newtown, Connecticut, was fabricated by gun-control advocates and mainstream media. >Sandy Hook families in late March rejected Jones' offer to settle their defamation lawsuit and reopened the case. Jones had offered to pay $120,000 to each of the 13 plaintiffs to settle the case. >Each of the plaintiffs turned down the settlement offer in court documents, saying, "The so-called offer is a transparent and desperate attempt by Alex Jones to escape a public reckoning under oath with his deceitful, profit-driven campaign against the plaintiffs and the memory of their loved ones lost at Sandy Hook." >According to Sunday's court filings, Infowars listed its estimated assets in the range of $0-$50,000 and estimated liabilities in the range of $1 million to $10 million. >Jones, a vocal supporter of former President Donald Trump, was previously subpoenaed by the House of Representatives committee probing the January 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol by Trump supporters.
>>32461 >"The so-called offer is a transparent and desperate attempt by Alex Jones to escape a public reckoning under oath with his deceitful, profit-driven campaign against the plaintiffs and the memory of their loved ones lost at Sandy Hook." Doesn't there come a point in a court of law where the judge says "you are no longer pursuing damages you are pursuing personal harm of the other party" with this shit? Not that an leftist judge will give Alex Jones a break if their life depended on it, but come on. I feel bad for the water purifier salesman at this point.
>>32466 No, because (((they))) control the courts. It's not about justice, it's about making an example out of people.
>>32466 >you are no longer pursuing damages you are pursuing personal harm of the other party Have you never heard of "punitive damages"?
>>32466 >>32487 And if you actually haven't, the summary is that American courts have the power to issue de facto fines for things that are not actually crimes and have no written law prohibiting them, if they consider it "reprehensible" enough. And they can do this in a court system that does not operate on the principle of "innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt" the way real criminal courts do but instead uses a standard of "preponderance of the evidence", aka "balance of probabilities" — that is to say, "I'm 51% sure he did it" is enough for a guilty verdict.
>>32487 >>32488 Yes, I'm aware. Common law which predated the military law of America from the 20s onwards also had such clauses. Such clauses should still be wielded carefully to ensure trust in the system. At a time in history when national divorce is not far away, one can only wish that judges would find themselves thinking about the future of this nature instead of getting drunk on the corruption of their party affiliations. Then again our nation's 250th anniversary will be in four years, and they say that is how long it takes for an empire to collapse so I've lost most hope in cooler heads prevailing in this very public case of the courts lynching a media personality.
>>32488 And due to the awesome powers of Common Law, if a single judge makes one retarded decision once, then all the other judges can point to that one case and use it to justify additional retarded decisions.
White House stops asking Saudi Arabia to pump more oil >The White House has given up asking Saudi Arabia to pump more oil after being repeatedly rebuffed by the kingdom, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday, the latest sign of a growing rift between the two nations. >The US banned imports of Russian oil and gas after Russia invaded Ukraine, helping to send prices at the pump soaring. In turn, the US turned to Saudi Arabia to boost production with the goal of driving down prices. >But the Saudis declined, with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman — the kingdom's de facto ruler — reportedly ignoring President Joe Biden's phone calls. Saudi Arabia and Russia are key members of the OPEC+ alliance of oil producers, which decided on only a tiny increase in production in late March, despite global price rises. >A senior US official told The Journal that, having abandoned efforts to get Saudi Arabia to up oil production, the US instead started asking the Saudis not do anything that would hurt the West's efforts in Ukraine. >The Journal report didn't give further details, but Saudi Arabia is among the nations that have not condemned Russian President Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine, with Crown Prince Mohammed recently offering to mediate peace talks. >The White House and the State Department didn't immediately respond to a request for comment from Insider. >Saudi Arabia's decision to avoid angering Russia and let down the US is significant, and exemplifies the growing rift between Biden and Crown Prince Mohammed. >The US-Saudi relationship has long been underpinned by the exchange of US arms and security guarantees for access to Saudi oil. But that relationship is being tested. Saudi Arabia is upset with Biden's sidelining of Crown Prince Mohammed, Biden's hardline rhetoric on the country's human-rights record, and the US failure to guarantee its security following a string of attacks on the Arabian Peninsula led by Iran-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen. >In a clear show of US intentions to improve relations, the US hurriedly sent additional Patriot antimissile interceptors to Saudi Arabia last month, just as the effects of the Russia oil crisis began to bite, The Journal previously reported. >More than a year into his presidency, Biden has yet to meet Saudi King Salman or Crown Prince Mohammed in an official capacity. >After the CIA concluded that Crown Prince Mohammed most likely ordered the murder of the writer Jamal Khashoggi in 2018, the White House effectively demoted Crown Prince Mohammed to defense minister, one of the titles he holds, and marked his father King Salman as Biden's equal. >In turn, Crown Prince Mohammed made clear his disdain for the Biden administration in an interview with The Atlantic published last month, saying he didn't care what the US president thought of him. >Citing people familiar with the matter, The Journal also reported Tuesday that shortly after Biden became president, Crown Prince Mohammed yelled at the White House national security advisor Jake Sullivan after Sullivan brought up Khashoggi during an informal meeting. https://www.businessinsider.com/white-house-stops-asking-saudi-arabia-pump-more-oil-russia-report-2022-4
>>32488 Thats basically probation violation hearings in a nutshell.
Pentagon, industry wrestle with how to boost weapons production for Ukraine WASHINGTON —As Pentagon officials gauge the defense industry’s ability to ramp up arms production in response to the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict, firms are still grappling with pandemic-related supply chain and workforce woes. Top defense executives are likely to face questions starting this week during quarterly earnings calls about how they’ll be able to overcome those issues. Experts say the answers are unclear. According to Bill Greenwalt, who served as deputy undersecretary of defense for industrial policy during the George W. Bush administration, it has historically taken the U.S. defense industrial base 18 months to 3 years to get ready for conflicts. “Our budget, appropriations, requirements, and acquisition systems are stuck in a peacetime mode where time doesn’t matter, and it will be difficult to pivot out of those processes quickly,” Greenwalt, now with the American Enterprise Institute, said in an email. “The U.S. will face start-up production line issues, labor issues, supply chain issues, parts and machine tool obsolescence issues, time constraints certifying new suppliers and technical approaches, plus time waiting for budgets and contracts to be issued,” he added. Last week, Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen Hicks convened a meeting with representatives of eight major defense firms to discuss industry proposals to accelerate production of existing systems. The meeting was focused on satisfying the needs of the U.S., Ukraine and other allies, according to an official readout. Andrew Hunter, who was performing the duties of undersecretary of defense for acquisition and sustainment, led a roundtable during the meeting to discuss ways of boosting production capacity for “weapons and equipment that can be exported rapidly, deployed with minimal training, and prove effective in the battlefield,” the readout said. Boeing, L3 Harris Technologies, Raytheon Technologies, BAE Systems, Lockheed Martin, HII, General Dynamics and Northrop Grumman all attended, according to DoD. Long-term planning Meanwhile, as industry weighs investments in its production lines, the Pentagon has yet to release detailed and long-term spending plans for FY23. Industry should be wary of the government’s ability to finalize those plans in a timely way, according to Greenwalt. “The department sometimes has a history of leaving industry holding the bag when the money doesn’t show up from the appropriators,” he said. “When it comes to DoD’s relationship with industry, no good deed ever goes unpunished.” In a note to investors Monday, Capital Alpha Partners Managing Director Byron Callan cautioned against factoring demand from the Ukraine fight into predictions for the defense outlook. “It’s going to take months to see how the changed security environment in Europe will translate to changes in defense demand in 2023-25,” Callan said. “For analysts, it’s best, for now, to build scenarios as there could still be downside risk (Russian defeat, Putin falls).” Even if it makes financial sense for industry to ramp up production, there’s a question of how. The National Defense Industrial Association’s “Vital Signs” survey of defense firms recently gave a failing grade to the defense industrial base and its ability to surge production capacity, as the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic continues to roil the sector. The diversity, productivity and compensation of the industry’s workforce was the No. 1 concern in the survey, with the availability of materials right behind it. Asked what issues could have been raised in the recent meeting between industry and Pentagon leaders, NDIA representatives said those concerns, among others, have not gone away. “We asked, ‘Where is your supply chain most vulnerable?’ and the No. 1 answer was ‘gap in U.S.-based human capital,’ and ‘constrained supply chain’ was the No. 2 response,” said Nick Jones, NDIA’s director of strategy. Among the top 100 publicly traded defense contractors, the cash conversion cycle — how long it took for firms to buy parts and turn them into a system and sell it — rose from 56 days in 2019 to 128 days in 2020. “If it takes you 128 days from start to finish, that really hampers your ability to surge,” said NDIA Regulatory Associate Robbie Van Steenburg. Callan, in his note, also said workforce issues could hinder the defense sector’s ability to meet higher demand. Whether defense firms can find the workers needed to build more weapons, if required, remains an open question. “It’s been tough to hire people, particularly in engineering and skilled trades, and extremely challenging to hire people with clearances,” Callan said. “These sorts of issues are not new for the sector, but they raise a fundamental issue — can capital investments and workforce expansion earn acceptable returns, or is there a view that surging demand in 2022-23 could ebb away in 2024-26?” https://www.defensenews.com/industry/2022/04/18/pentagon-industry-wrestle-with-how-to-boost-weapons-production-for-ukraine/
>>32660 >The diversity, productivity and compensation of the industry’s workforce was the No. 1 concern in the survey That's news to me, you fucks have been adamantly refusing to raise defense manufacturing wages above poverty levels for twenty fucking years now. You reap what you sow!
>>32660 >Russian defeat, Putin falls Kek. They really have drunk their own koolaid. Realty plainly has little bearing on the minds of these 'analysts'. Is this some of the mental-debilitation of the deadly vaccine (tm) we've been hearing about?
>>32674 To be fair Russia isn't entirely out of the woods yet. They have the overwhelming advantage, but all it would take is a few shitty battles/tactical losses for public support to falter which could ultimately cost them the war long-term. With how badly Ukraine has and continues to blunder everything, these sorts do feel like they have drank the koolaid though.
Some mad hapa shot up somewhere in DC, got only four injured, and an heroed. Looks like hey may have drilled the third pin on two of his guns. Now tell me this ain't a gayop
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Someone should make a new naval thread. Japan Commissions the Name-ship of New Mogami-Class Multirole Frigate Notably, the Mogami class will boast the first unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV) and unmanned surface vehicle (USV) deployed on a Japanese frigate. https://archive.is/ZDYrt >The Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) commissioned into service the name-ship of a planned fleet of 22 Mogami-class multirole frigates in a ceremony held on April 28 in Nagasaki City in western Japan. >Named Mogami (with pennant number FFM-1), the 133 meter-long vessel was inducted into the Mine Warfare Force, whose headquarters is located at the Yokosuka naval base in Kanagawa Prefecture, shortly after being handed over by shipbuilder Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) at its facility in Nagasaki. >As neighboring China expands the activities and capabilities of its naval forces, Japan plans to defend the southwestern Nansei Islands, including the disputed Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands in the East China Sea, by increasing surveillance missions in Japanese coastal waters. The Senkakau/Diaoyu Islands are controlled by Japan but also claimed by China and Taiwan. >Equipped with compact hulls, JS Mogami was built for about 46 billion yen ($352 million) under a contract awarded in October 2018, according to the JMSDF. As with the other ships of the class, the 3,900-tonne vessel will have a crew complement of about 90, a beam of 16.3 meters, and a hull draught of 9 m. >JS Mogami is the first vessel of the class to be ordered by the JMSDF, although MHI’s subsidiary Maritime Systems already commissioned the Mogami-class frigate JS Kumano (pennant number FFM-2) last month at its facility in Tamano City of Okayama Prefecture. >JS Mogami was launched by the MHI in March 2021 and also originally scheduled to be commissioned last month, just like JS Kumano, but construction of the ship at the MHI’s facility in Nagasaki was delayed due to an issue with the frigate’s gas turbine engine. Despite the status of the name-ship of the class, the JS Mogami thus became the second to the commissioned. >Powered by a combined diesel and gas (CODAG) propulsion system featuring two MAN 12V28/33D STC diesel engines and one Rolls-Royce MT30 gas turbine, the ships are expected to be capable of attaining a top speed of at least 30 kt. >Armament on the frigates include a BAE Systems 5-inch (127 mm)/62-caliber naval gun in the foredeck of the ship, two missile canisters for a total of eight MHI Type 17 anti-ship missiles, and a Raytheon 11-cell SeaRAM close-in weapon system (CIWS) that can deploy RIM-116C Block 2 Rolling Airframe Missiles (RAMs). >The frigates will also be equipped with variable depth sonar and towed array sonar systems for anti-submarine warfare (ASW) operations. >Besides anti-air, anti-surface and ASW capabilities, the Mogami class has also been designed to undertake operations as a “mother ship” for an unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV) and an unmanned surface vehicle (USV), both of which will see the first installment on any Japanese frigate ever. This aims to enhance the UUV’s mine countermeasure (MCM) functions. >A spokesman at the Japanese Ministry of Defense’s Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics Agency (ATLA) has confirmed to The Diplomat that the Mogami class will be equipped with MHI’s OZZ-5 MCM autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV), used for MCM operations as a UUV. >French defense and electronics group Thales has supplied MHI with its SAMDIS Synthetic Aperture Sonar (SAS) for integration on the OZZ-5 UUV. It is being supplied by MHI to the JMSDF as part of the defense cooperation agreement between Direction Générale de l’Armement (France’s defense procurement agency) and Japan’s ATLA. >SAMDIS is a high-frequency, high-resolution SAS payload designed specifically to perform detection, classification, and localization of mine threats at sea. >The system serves an automatic detection and classification function to alleviate operator workload in processing collected data. >The OZZ-5 UUV, which measures 4 m long and 0.5 m wide with a displacement of 950 kg, is equipped with Japan’s NEC-made low-frequency SAS and France’s Thales-made high-frequency SAS combinedly, which is designed to ensure a robust MCM capability for the detection and classification of different mine threats in a range of environments.
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Supreme Court has voted to overturn abortion rights, draft opinion shows "We hold that Roe and Casey must be overruled," Justice Alito writes in an initial majority draft circulated inside the court. https://archive.ph/v87pd >The Supreme Court has voted to strike down the landmark Roe v. Wade decision, according to an initial draft majority opinion written by Justice Samuel Alito circulated inside the court >The draft opinion is a full-throated, unflinching repudiation of the 1973 decision which guaranteed federal constitutional protections of abortion rights and a subsequent 1992 decision – Planned Parenthood v. Casey – that largely maintained the right. “Roe was egregiously wrong from the start,” Alito writes. >“We hold that Roe and Casey must be overruled,” he writes in the document, labeled as the “Opinion of the Court.” “It is time to heed the Constitution and return the issue of abortion to the people’s elected representatives.” >Deliberations on controversial cases have in the past been fluid. Justices can and sometimes do change their votes as draft opinions circulate and major decisions can be subject to multiple drafts and vote-trading, sometimes until just days before a decision is unveiled. The court’s holding will not be final until it is published, likely in the next two months. >The immediate impact of the ruling as drafted in February would be to end a half-century guarantee of federal constitutional protection of abortion rights and allow each state to decide whether to restrict or ban abortion. It’s unclear if there have been subsequent changes to the draft. >No draft decision in the modern history of the court has been disclosed publicly while a case was still pending. The unprecedented revelation is bound to intensify the debate over what was already the most controversial case on the docket this term. >The draft opinion offers an extraordinary window into the justices’ deliberations in one of the most consequential cases before the court in the last five decades. Some court-watchers predicted that the conservative majority would slice away at abortion rights without flatly overturning a 49-year-old precedent. The draft shows that the court is looking to reject Roe’s logic and legal protections. >“Roe was egregiously wrong from the start. Its reasoning was exceptionally weak, and the decision has had damaging consequences. And far from bringing about a national settlement of the abortion issue, Roe and Casey have enflamed debate and deepened division.” >A person familiar with the court’s deliberations said that four of the other Republican-appointed justices – Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett – had voted with Alito in the conference held among the justices after hearing oral arguments in December, and that line-up remains unchanged as of this week. >The three Democratic-appointed justices – Stephen Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan – are working on one or more dissents, according to the person. How Chief Justice John Roberts will ultimately vote, and whether he will join an already written opinion or draft his own, is unclear. >The document, labeled as a first draft of the majority opinion, includes a notation that it was circulated among the justices on Feb. 10. If the Alito draft is adopted, it would rule in favor of Mississippi in the closely watched case over that state’s attempt to ban most abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy. >A Supreme Court spokesperson declined to comment or make another representative of the court available to answer questions about the draft document. >The mainstream news received a copy of the draft opinion from a person familiar with the court’s proceedings in the Mississippi case along with other details supporting the authenticity of the document. The draft opinion runs 98 pages, including a 31-page appendix of historical state abortion laws. The document is replete with citations to previous court decisions, books and other authorities, and includes 118 footnotes. The appearances and timing of this draft are consistent with court practice. >The rest of this article drones on repeating the same things or providing nuance, see the link Civil war soon, friends.
>>33599 Epin. That's very good news Strelok, thanks!
>>33599 lmao roasties get rekt
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Croatian President to block Finland's and Sweden’s accession to NATO https://archive.ph/CeYTL >Croatian President Zoran Milanović intends to use his veto power at the NATO summit in Madrid to block the entry of Finland and Sweden into the military-political alliance >"I, as the representative of Croatia at the NATO summit, will veto (the invitation of Finland and Sweden to join the alliance), if it is at this level," he said. >At the same time, the President expressed doubt that he will be able to influence the situation if the invitation to Helsinki and Stockholm is sent at a lower political level. Milanović Says He Will Veto Finland's Admission to NATO https://archive.ph/jiPqy >"In my capacity as the head of state representing Croatia at the NATO summit, I will veto the invitation, if it is extended at that level," Milanović told the press in Vukovar. >If the invitation is sent through lower levels, he said he was not sure he would be able to make the Croatian ambassador accept his position and veto the invitation. >Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev said in his channel in the Telegram messenger on Monday that Milanović risked Kyiv's retaliation over his views and messages about Russia and Ukraine. >In reference to Medvedev's statement, Milanović said he did not want to "bite that hook", insisting he was not taking Russia's side. >"The Russians are playing their game. [. . .] We have our own clique working actively against the interests of the Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina. I took the oath to protect them, too, and I will die a political death for them, if necessary," said Milanović >Milanović added that he was not afraid either of Russia or of Ukraine, and claimed that he was on the Croatian side and was fighting "for the Croatian state and nation." >"We are being treated like fools and a third-class nation," he said, accusing Prime Minister Andrej Plenković of supporting all that "like a scoundrel". >Milanović reiterated his accusations against the Plenković government, claiming that it was pursuing "a treacherous policy" towards the Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina. tl;dr- Croatia is pissed that election reform in Bosnia/Herzegovina that would protect Croat minorities is being ignored/put on the backburner because of the war and will veto any attempts to put Sweden/Finland in NATO until this issue is dealt with.
>>33652 Slavs should have been kept out of NATO.
>>33654 Yes but that cat has been out of the bag since 1990. He's not wrong; Bosnia/Herzegovina is up for NATO membership eventually, and this puts pressure to make them fix their shit. What's the point of a military alliance with nations you perceive as hostile to you? Finland/Sweden might seem like a distant problem but this is Croatia defending Croatian interests now.
>>33652 >local man ruins everything there's putting your people before politics but for cases like this you need to pick your battles more carefully. is letting two nations and millions of civvies get buttfucked a legitimate reason for doing this? or is this just him posturing like how some members of congress think they run the place?
>>33657 >Bosnia >fix their shit
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>>33660 >is letting two nations and millions of civvies get buttfucked a legitimate reason for doing this? Yes. Sweden and Finland might as well be two countries in South America or Africa to Croatia. No different than an America first > fixing Mexico's shit argument. It's putting localized pressure on NATO to meet Croatian demands to stabilize future NATO members on their borders if they want a compromise of inviting new members to the party that could put the whole group at risk. "You scratch my back, I scratch yours." More NATO states should be doing it. >is this just him posturing IIRC he has the right to veto outright membership but he can't veto NATO cooperation or other "lower level" political treaties that NATO acts on. That being said NATO has very rarely done such lower level treaties since they tend to piss off existing members who then threaten to leave whenever it happens.
>>29198 Can't wait to get nuked by a bunch of pedophiles.
>>32029 Yes, it is. It's the end.
>>33664 can NATO kick him out for pulling this stunt? can they say "you are doing this not because you think it's right but to play politics in your own country, gtfo"?
>>33657 The books are clear, nato membership requires all applicants to have no ongoing border disputes and or major internal conflicts (The UK and the US have tons of those I know but bear with me).
>>33667 There is no legal policy in the NATO charter for expulsion of a member nation. That being said it has been talked about between member nations and deemed "legal" to do so. America will never do so since France formally comes up on their 20 year mark (NATO nations may voluntarily leave after 20 years) in 2029 and are expected to do so if America makes any sudden moves in favor of trying for an EU army. If they kick out Croatia over utilizing their veto power, it would create a slipper slope where Greece or one of the other nations that hate the Turks would demand that Turkey be removed from NATO for breach of article 2 over human rights violations which would likely cause several central European nations to withdraw at the same time. Keep in mind Turkey almost got kicked out of NATO back in 2019 for playing dirty. NATO doesn't need to expel members in the first place since being a recalcitrant member de facto strips you of the privileges granted by article 3 and article 8. That's why Poland was so cautious (legally) in getting US authorization at the beginning of the war before going full anti-Russia.
>>33652 >>33654 >>33657 Yeah NATO/EU/US should first and foremost solve peacefully or not so peacefully the internal struggles of their member states, allies and satellite states, it's inconceivable that Cyprus is still pretty much split between UK, Turkey and EU and we just gotta pretend that it's normal. >>33661 I mean, they won their own war on drugs by having roads so bad drug dealers and organized crime don't even bother passing through them
https://archive.ph/k8WDN Apparently the truckers are "coming back to DC with teeth" after filing a lawsuit against the city. Why does this feel like a GlowOp?
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>>33837 > Why does this feel like a GlowOp? B/c you're a glownigger trying to gaslight it here early on?
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>>33843 >Trying to gaslight The way I look at it... >Lockdown mandates got BTFO in court at the federal level >The group had every opportunity to push boundaries and they did not >They don't have a real reason to go back other than to fight a lawsuit over being denied entry to DC >Another protest will get the lawsuit thrown out as a conflict of interests >They are asking for money (tracing who would donate to this sort of event) >They are implying violent protests with the new rally It screams GlowOp.
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US judge forced to allow extradition of ex-Marine to Spain fears he’ll be killed >A California federal judge appealed this week for a higher court to overturn her order allowing the extradition of a former US Marine to Spain, citing fears he will be abducted and murdered by North Korea for taking part in a raid on Pyongyang’s Madrid embassy three years ago. >US Magistrate Judge Jean Rosenbluth wrote in her order that Christopher Ahn could face death if sent back to Europe to face trial for taking part in the daring February 2019 operation. >“In part because of his participation in the embassy incident, North Korea wants to kill Ahn. I must decide whether to certify his extradition to Spain, where North Korea can much more easily murder him,” ​she said in the order issued Monday in US District Court in the Central District of California. >“Although I conclude that the law requires me to certify, I do not think it’s the right result, and I hope that a higher court will either tell me I’m wrong or itself block the extradition​,” Rosenbluth​ added. >Ahn will be placed in the custody of a federal marshal to await the final decision on his extradition by the secretary of state, according to NK News, which first reported on the order. ​>US authorities arrested Ahn in April 2019 in response to a request from Spanish law enforcement. >According to Spanish authorities, Ahn was among a group of 10 people who stormed the North Korean embassy, beat some of the personnel and removed computers and hard-drives before fleeing to the US. >Ahn and Adrian Hong, the leader of Cheolima Civil Defense — a group also known as Free Joseon that seeks to overthrow North Korean leader Kim Jong Un — disputed the contention that they intended to raid the embassy, saying they were there at the invitation of someone who wanted to defect. >​In her order, Rosenbluth noted that while Spain has an extradition agreement with North Korea, the US considers the Kim regime a state sponsor of terrorism. >“I hold out some hope that this court will not become an ‘accomplice’ to Ahn’s otherwise inevitable extradition,” the judge wrote, adding: “I regret that I am too weak, in power if not in will, to save him from the threat of torture and assassination by that outcast nation​.” https://nypost.com/2022/05/10/us-judge-forced-to-allow-extradition-of-ex-marine-christopher-ahn-to-spain-fears-hell-be-killed/
>>34137 No American is above the law. I don't care what their background is or who they were attacking, facts are facts; They went to a foreign country and staged an attack on a third party's embassy creating an international crisis. It's terrorism whether it was a North Korean, Russian, Canadians, etc. embassy. This shouldn't even be a question and while the judge did the "right" thing by appealing it to a higher court I'm still disgusted. You have one of two options in this situation when a "former hero" causes an incident of international terrorism. You turn them over to the offended party (Spain) as a sacrificial pawn knowing that the offended party will have to deal with the incident themselves, or you work through international diplomacy to try and bribe them out of a death sentence. Anything else is wrong on an ethical and moral level no matter the circumstances. Yes it was North Korea which America considers a "terrorist state" however international law exists for a reason. If America pardons the ex-marine for this incident, they create an international precedent for the Chinese or Russians to do the same thing against political enemies via an attack on a foreign embassy in America. Diplomats have political immunity and embassies are considered foreign soil for a reason.
>>34140 Especially the claim that it would be "easier to kill him in Spain" is a great fucking joke. Spain may have an extradition agreement with North Korea, but like all European countries should be against the death penalty and no Spanish judge would send someone to North Korea if there was even a slight chance of that happening. On top of that considering the 3rd world country living situations in the USA, it is easier to kill US citizen inside the USA than in Europe.
>>34141 Under normal circumstances I would agree that Spain would protect the ex-marine and just dish out a sentence that would let North Korea save face without physically harming the American (beyond being in prison for several years anyways). However, given the group he was part of is essentially a terrorist group and the ex-marine is entirely unapologetic, I could see them chucking it in the fuck it bucket and extraditing him to the Norks to wipe their hands clean of the problem too. Usually when you have foreigners involved in these matters and they avoid extradition, it's because the foreigner actually seems to be apologetic and didn't knowingly commit an international crime so they are trying to protect said foreigner's dignity and life.
>>34140 >194,619 Best Korea dollah add to account Glorious Leader approve
>>34142 The way of thinking has only one problem: This way of political meddling into the legal process does usually not exist in Europe and when it's done, it is usually not done for a 3rd world country like North Korea. All this guys lawyer has to do is show how substandard and inhuman North Korean prisons are compared to Europeans and this guy will never be extradited. This is all American paranoia and egotism about not having their guys judged publicly by another country for the crimes they have done.
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Riots are happening in Sri Lanka because of an "economic crisis" but it really has something to with whatever the fuck ESG farming is and all I found on it was a buzzword salad about effective farming so I'll just write it off as another plan part of the Great Reset.
Is china going to attack taiwan? Just wondering
>>34334 They banned using any and all chemicals in agriculture, and that alone would cause problems, even if in general I'd approve the idea of a more natural form of agriculture. But that is ought to be a gradual process, instead they seem to have banned them overnight. Then Corona-chan descended upon the world, causing all kinds of problems, and although they backtracked on the ban, these two things still collided. And then when they were about to start recovering, this current war in Ukraine managed to cause both a food and an energy crisis. So it's less about the great reset, and more about one retarded decision causing a small internal crisis, immediately followed by two rather large external crises.
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Happening So apparently some discord tranny non-even worthy of a newfag sperg from cuckchan's /k/ went on a highscore spree >quite literally plagiarizes Tarrant's manifesto >posts his gay manifesto on discord like the vapid normalnigger he is He namechecks /k/ several times in his rip-off of the Tarrant manifesto. This is on the heels of vid related who was arrested and openly wore a /k/ patch to the capitol spergout of 2020. Don't be shocked if there's going to be bills on banning armor and etc. Fuck's sake, these glowniggerfaggots are getting lazy. Be aware there will be likely more glownigger activity from here on out.
>>34355 10 reported dead so far. >Don't be shocked if there's going to be bills on banning armor and etc More like bans on "disinformation" and anonymity, given the second of the pages you posted. Shit sounds like it was written specifically to give them something to point to and say "ban this". >some discord tranny A reddit tranny, you mean. He open admits he's a redditor in the manifesto.
>>34351 I appreciate you for clearing that up. Restricting usage of pesticides and chemical fertilizers does help as at some point the only bugs that are dead are those that were too weak to survive them and insects higher on the food chain get depopulated to where they can't handle the population size of their pesty prey. >>34355 >>34359 I think plan has changed to increase surveillance on the whole country as a new bill was passed some weeks ago that will require all new cars by 2026 to have a computer chip GPS implemented in them. More things in the vein of the Patriot Act and less attacking gun rights because people aren't falling for it and both sides of the autistic corn syrup political spectrum in America are armed.
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>>34355 Following 8ch thread, apparently the manifesto is even verbatim the Christchurch one.
>>34355 https://twitter.com/JoMiMi_h/status/1525552992497246208#m >kept a todo list on discord https://archive.ph/UrRSf >rust + forest gaymer he seems so zoom zoom
manifesto: https://archive.org/details/yeah.docx-1 torrent hash - 1FA884756A093B94BB712FAC680D73D603119B7B it is downloading rather slowly
Wake me up when the canadian who is apparently the only one with the FULL video (kinda fishy that he was recording the stream when only 22 or so people were watching, he might have been connected to the shooter in some loose way) actually posts it somewhere.
>>34382 Got the partial video with the Suika Ibuki edit here >>>/k/34381
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>Official: Security guard, a retired police officer, engaged the shooter and shot him—but ‘armor plating’ stopped the rounds. He was ultimately killed. Wow can't wait for Biden to ban body armor now. It's almost as if this is all a fucking false flag.
>>34385 Did they try to do any shit with body armour after the North Hollywood Shootout in 1997?
>>34386 Nigger the AWB was signed into law in 1994 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federal_Assault_Weapons_Ban They are absolutely going to try to go after body armor now. It doesn't matter because you can DIY ceramics with compressed milk cartons if you wanted to. But it's just another way to erode the Second Amendment one piece at a time and let the frog boil.
>>34387 >you can DIY ceramics with compressed milk cartons Damn, I didn't know that. Plastic milk jugs or the card cartons? >But it's just another way to erode the Second Amendment one piece at a time and let the frog boil. I don't think they're slowly boiling the frog anymore, I think they're panicking.
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I think we can all be grateful he's a responsible citizen and wearing his mask! Otherwise he would be ebil nahdzee-tier bad, bad, bad. This whole thing glows like a thousand suns. I suppose this is another "crash the site with no survivors" redflag gayop like the one that destroyed 8ch?
>>34401 >'...Meanwhile, there is a black mass shooter on the loose in Texas who is targeting Asians by rushing their businesses and opening fire on random people with a semi-automatic rifle. This has barely been mentioned in the national media." Nothing to see here goy...citizen. move along, move along.
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>>34385 Correct me if I'm wrong but wasn't American Police completely militarized after a couple of robbers wore so much body armor that local law enforcement could not put a dent in the perpetrators' rectums? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_Hollywood_shootout >The North Hollywood shootout was a confrontation between two heavily armed and armored bank robbers, Larry Phillips Jr. and Emil Mătăsăreanu, and members of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) in the North Hollywood district of Los Angeles, California, United States on February 28, 1997. Both robbers were killed, twelve police officers and eight civilians were injured, and numerous vehicles and other property were damaged or destroyed by the nearly 2,000 rounds of ammunition fired by the robbers and police.[1] >At 9:17 a.m., Phillips and Mătăsăreanu entered and robbed Bank of America's North Hollywood branch. The two robbers were confronted by LAPD officers when they exited the bank and a shootout between the officers and robbers ensued. The robbers attempted to flee the scene, Phillips on foot and Mătăsăreanu in their getaway vehicle, while continuing to exchange fire with the officers. The shootout continued onto a residential street adjacent to the bank until Phillips, mortally wounded, succumbed to a self-inflicted gunshot wound; Mătăsăreanu was incapacitated by officers three blocks away and subsequently bled to death before the arrival of paramedics more than an hour later. >Phillips and Mătăsăreanu are believed to have robbed at least two other banks using similar methods for entry past "bullet-proof" security doors, taking control of the entire bank, and firing weapons illegally modified to enable fully-automatic fire. They were also suspects in two armored car robberies.[2] >Standard issue sidearms carried by most local patrol officers at the time were 9mm pistols or .38 Special revolvers; some patrol cars were also equipped with a 12-gauge shotgun. Phillips and Mătăsăreanu carried Norinco Type 56 rifles (a Chinese AK-47 variant), a Bushmaster XM-15 Dissipator with a 100-round drum magazine, and a Heckler & Koch HK91 rifle, all of which had been illegally modified to be select-fire capable, as well as a Beretta 92FS pistol. The robbers wore homemade body armor which successfully protected them from handgun rounds and shotgun pellets fired by the responding officers. A law enforcement SWAT team eventually arrived with higher-caliber weapons, but they had little effect on the heavy body armor used by the two perpetrators. The SWAT team also commandeered an armored car to evacuate the wounded. Several officers additionally equipped themselves with AR-15s and other semi-automatic rifles from a nearby firearms dealer. The incident sparked debate on the need for patrol officers to upgrade their firepower in preparation for similar situations in the future.[1] >Due to the large number of injuries and rounds fired, equipment used by the robbers, and overall length of the shootout, it is regarded as one of the most intense and significant gun battles in U.S. police history.[3] Combined, the two men had fired approximately 1,100 rounds in total, while approximately 650 rounds were fired by police.[4] Another estimate is that a total of nearly 2,000 rounds were fired collectively.[1] >>34402 Where are our stalwart heroes when you need them?
https://files.catbox.moe/8q1fys.mp4 6 min 52 s vidya is here btw, no goblins >>34402 Ordinary shootings that have clear actors and motives are not worth mentioning, shootings committed by 18 year olds for reasons that are so incomprehensible are.
>>34404 >btw, no goblins Speaking of goblins, does anyone have the 108mb 1280x1280 rick roll version with Suika Ibuki? I had it but I fucked it up with ffmpeg when I was trying to do something, and the old catbox link for it was removed some time ago.
>>34406 Should add that I'd like it just for my own personal archival purposes.
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>>34404 >Ordinary shootings that have clear actors and motives are not worth mentioning, shootings committed by 18 year olds for reasons that are so incomprehensible are. Or maybe -- just maybe -- kike media managers have explicit directives not to impugn niggers in any way whatsoever? Food for thought.
>>34406 it's on 8/pol/
>>34412 The 480p webm? I made that. I'm looking for the source file that I used to make it, the one that I fucked up.
Day after banning wheat exports, Centre extends procurement season >A day after imposing ban on exports, the Centre on Sunday asked wheat producing states and UTs with procurement closing dates expiring early to continue purchases till May 31. >Wheat procurement under the central pool has been less during RMS 2022-23 as compared to previous RMS 2021-22 due to the higher market prices than MSP with farmers selling to private traders, officials said. >The Ministry of Food and Public Distribution and Consumer Affairs has also directed FCI to continue with wheat procurement under the central pool. The extended period is expected to benefit farmers, they added >The decision comes in the wake of requests by state governments and UTs to continue the procurement process amid rising prices of the grain and byproducts as ‘atta’. >Till Saturday, 180 LMT (corresponding purchase of 367 LMT during RMS 2021-22) of wheat has been procured, benefiting about 16.83 lakh farmers with MSP value of Rs.36,208 crore. >State-wise revised closing date for procurement of wheat during RMS 2022-23 are: >Punjab: May 31 >Haryana: May 31 >Uttar Pradesh: June 15 >Madhya Pradesh: June 15 >Bihar: July 15 >Rajasthan: June 10 >Uttarakhand: June 30 >Delhi: May 31 >Gujarat: June 15 >Himachal Pradesh: June 15 >Jammu & Kashmir: May 31 https://www.tribuneindia.com/news/nation/day-after-banning-wheat-exports-centre-extends-procurement-season-395111 tl:dr, India is imposing export restrictions on wheat.
>>34419 Pooper power's time to shine?
>>34355 this retard falls on the same spectrum as the El Paso goblino, if you are retarded enough to believe that killing a dozen nonwhites will in any way save the white race, either through accelerationism (which only works if there are consistent attacks one after another) or somehow spiking white birthrates/curbing nonwhite ones, please do the world a favor and kill yourself. killing 10 black churchgoers of all people makes this scream glow, similar to Dylann Roof, like it was specifically chosen to bitchslap the bear and provoke outrage. i really have no choice but to believe that this is either a desperate glowop to distract from king joe's senile retardation or yet another ultra-retarded edgelord that drank the koolaid without actually taking a close look at the ingrediants first. you really want to save muh white race? find a white wife, have a dozen kids together and raise them to be good people. don't sperg out against 10 literal whos that will be replaced by the end of the day by nonwhite newborns. fuck im angry, angry that people are either falling for this retarded glowop or that there are reddit rejects out there that are completely incapable of critical thinking.
>>34527 What people besides total hylics are falling for this one? I feel like no one cares about this shooting due to the news media's strategy of focusing on one story to outrage people then move to the next and there's one too many stories concurrently going on to capture the attention of the normalfag's emotions as they've been groomed to comply with. After such a long time the alphabet agencies didn't orchestrate one and how the Las Vegas shooting was so blatantly done by them that they had to reel them back for a while. Also if you're going to kill random pedestrians at least get a body count of 50.
>>34527 Thank god that glownigger psyop board has left this site. If you still want to stimulate your blood pressure I recommend going to 16chan/fascist.
>>34646 >that glownigger psyop board This is the same board that was BO'd by a literal glownigger. You have no room to talk.
>>34653 *was* It would surprise me if there still existed an anti gh online community that hasn't been glownigger monitored in some way. At least anons here aren't chinese SS uniform wearing LARPers.
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>>34661 >At least anons here aren't chinese SS uniform wearing LARPers Are you absolutely certain of that?

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