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The Return of Gookening / Pajeetening Strelok 09/22/2020 (Tue) 17:25:17 No.6086
2 for 1 Asian Special Fuck it I'm just going to clone the old OP. 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
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>>6086 Any recent news on the bending dam?
>>6091 Man the Quin dynasty could not fight for shit.
>>6091 >17th century Try since before the great wall was built, they were getting their asses kicked by much tinier populations of Mongols, Vietnamese, Koreans, and Tibetans for centuries. Especially by Koreans and Mongols.
>>6126 It's because they can never stop infighting. The Chinese did as much as the Mongols to bring about the fall of the Northern Jin and Southern Song dynasties, maybe even more.
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>>6091 That last storm had been a freak storm far later into the year than expected. That area is in its "dry" season now, so I wouldn't expect much. From what I understand most crops were flooded and ruined either during the flooding or after the flooding, and the late rains ruined the crops in the places that didn't flood and mold ruined the storehouses. I'd expect some sort of rationing if not outright famine in China in about three months max, though their government will be tight-lipped about it. The results for July was that overall food prices went up 13% in July with the cost of things like soybeans jumping 30%. Food damages in China are predicted to be to the tune of $1.7 Billion and China is expected to lose about 1% of its GDP (which is death for a country that feeds on nonstop growth unless everyone else also drops). It doesn't end with food getting more scarce either- Chinks are getting fatter/more gluttonous. You can blame some of it on Corona, but grain imports were 22% higher than in the previous year which is huge when you realize that we're dealing with tens of millions of tons (millions extra) while the Chinese government's releasing ~800k tons of grains right now in an unprecedented move. Their corn crops are being absolutely decimated by Army Worms while their other crops are being devoured by locusts, and swine fever forced them to kill (and dispose of) 40% of the pig population of China. All of this is happening while China is shitting on all of their trade partners that happen to deal with food to the point where I think even Brazil is fed up with them. The incoming food shortages are going to either literally starve China or figuratively starve them by crippling their economy, and the Chink-Poo conflict is just a side-show to the Chinese elite as a means of keeping the plebs in check.
>>6133 Some other highlights of China's Numbah Wan Agricultural policies: >Forced farmers to destroy their crops during Corona >Banned agricultural products from Australia for putting in an inquiry about their shit being sent back >Almost did something similar with Brazil >All agricultural trade with India, New Zealand, Canada, and Indonesia is at a halt >US agriculutral policy has always been willing to trade but anti-China >Now that China can benefit from those trade agreements to feed their people with imports, they decided to pick a trade war with the USA precisely over agriculture >Agricultural Science journals are basically in agreement that China's food issue is completely self-made and policy-driven >They only expect it to get worse even without any further flooding >Government have been extremely censorship-heavy about anything related to famines recently >But then Xi got on-stage and basically quoted the words that marked the start of the Great Famine(s) >Their response was to pass a China-wide law that requires any non-grocery foodplace to only serve N-1 plates to guests >Applies to gatherings of 1 person as well That is, one less dish than the total number of guests.
>>6134 >Their response was to pass a China-wide law that requires any non-grocery foodplace to only serve N-1 plates to guests >Applies to gatherings of 1 person as well What a clusterfuck holy shit. Also, what's to stop restaurants from just altering portion size so they don't lose all their customers? How the fuck do you even codify these rules? >>6133 A couple months ago I told a friend (a non-chinese, china numbah wan leftist) that I think it's possible that China could be Balkanized within 20 years, which blew his mind, it's not something he ever conceived of before, but now I think I might have been too generous with that timeline.
>>6144 Even if they surivive this without a collapse, Xi's in big trouble right now in the CPC since there's a broad anti-Xi coalition formed behind the premier, it'll likely be 50/50 on who wins. If Li wins we should see a reduction in the fighting, he's more pro-western (US) in the vein of "leave us alone and we don't give you shit". Or should be.
>>6144 China really should be balkanized. It's already many nations glued together Maoism and before that by the various Empires.
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>>6134 >one less dish than the total number of guests. >Applies to gatherings of 1 person as well
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Cao Cao did nothing wrong!
>>6166 It's pronounced "sao sao" nigger, and you're right, the Duke of Wei is fuckin' rad.
>>6086 What a coincidence one day after you renew the thread Best Koreans shoot a Worst Korean dead: North Korea shot dead South Korean in its waters >SEOUL: North Korean forces shot dead a South Korean fisheries official who disappeared off a patrol vessel and ended up in Pyongyang's waters, Seoul's defence ministry said on Thursday (Sep 24), calling it an "outrageous act". >The 47-year-old man had been on board a vessel near the western border island of Yeonpyeong, the ministry said in a statement. After analysing intelligence, the South Korean military had "confirmed that the North fired at a South Korean national found in the northern seas and cremated his body", it said. "We sternly warn North Korea that all responsibilities for this incident lie with it," it added. >It was not immediately clear how the man came to be in the water. Earlier reports said that his shoes were found on board the patrol vessel, leading to speculation he may have been trying to defect. The exact reason the official was shot is still unknown, but North Korean troops may have been acting under anti-coronavirus orders, Yonhap news agency quoted multiple sources as saying. https://archive.is/ByIO0 https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asia/south-korean-official-killed-shot-defect-to-north-13140478
>>6153 It's much harder to artificially raise your GDP when you can't steal raw materials from your outer provinces at a fraction of market value, strelok.
>>6177 Don't Norks periodically take pot shits at people along the border?
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>>6183 Pretty much from the moment that the war "ended".
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>>6177 >shooting a potential defector because of a fake virus
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So according to the Financial times China's current stockpiles of frozen Pork will run out in 3 months.
>>6190 Well yeah, when you're on the verge of a famine the last thing you need is some pampered snob traitor who doesn't understand austerity.
>>6192 Some of these are much less offending than others if you consider some of the shit Victorians did and that third worlders do.
>>6192 Time to buy pork cheeks and belly before they skyrocket then >Pork head being cooked What's wrong with that? i'm more worried about the black tar than the head itself. Eating cheap vanilla ice cream flavored with beaver anus sweat is worse than good old deep-fried pork belly or smoked cheeks. Nothing beats gutter oil in absolute hellish depravity tho.
>>6196 >Nothing beats gutter oil in absolute hellish depravity tho. What about transformer oil?
>>6192 That's three months too long. They will probably invade Taiwan for long pork.
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Even cute Nip streamers have apparently started shitting on China. Second (or First depending on source) top earner in Hololive publicly called out the bugs on "accident" shortly after an Aussie with the company did it. https://comisoku.com/archives/125196
>>6199 Transformer oil is just a recipe for death.
>>6192 This is an Ancap future btw
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>>6204 I hope Homolive's Indonesian branch gets involved.
>>6239 a paper tiger
>>6239 >have never once done an amphibioua landing in history >teeth
>>6209 >nation with the largest and most powerful government relative to it's private sector in the world and a history of questionable cuisine choices spanning millennia >has some questionable cuisine >ancaps did this Nigger how the fuck do you manage to be this retarded?
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>>6239 >Tiger with teeth The teeth is just rotting at this point with the caretakers desperately spray-painting em white.
China’s surging corn prices blamed on speculators as Beijing plays down fears of grain shortage >Corn price recently hit an eight-year high following typhoons and floods that damaged the nation’s corn belt. A trip to the area by the South China Morning Post this month found swathes of cropland had been flattened, fuelling concern among local farmers about a steep drop in output. >China’s imports of corn, which are mainly used in animal feed, hit their highest level in nearly three decades in the first eight months of 2020, adding to anxiety over a domestic supply gap. >But Han Changfu, the nation’s Minister of Agricultural and Rural Affairs, said the surging prices were caused primarily by “market speculation and irrational hoarding”, according to an interview transcript published on the ministry‘s website. >In the interview with state media, Han said the country had ample stocks of the grain and was set to have another bumper harvest in autumn, despite the impact of natural disasters in Heilongjiang and Jilin provinces, which together account for a quarter of China’s corn output. >“New corn will enter the market soon, the supply will further increase,” he said. “Corn prices have started to stabilise.” >China’s corn futures for January delivery hit 2,443 yuan (US$359) per tonne last week on the Dalian Commodity Exchange, the highest level since August 2012 and up more than 35 per cent from a year ago. But they declined by 2.06 per cent on Wednesday – the sharpest drop since the beginning of the year – after Han’s comments were published. >Meanwhile, the bidding price for new corn in Heilongjiang, the country’s largest corn producing region, was this month more than 30 per cent above what it was last year, the Post found after talking to traders. >The government’s Chinese Agricultural Outlook Committee this month cut the corn output forecast for the year by 1.8 million tonnes to 265 million tonnes, meaning the domestic supply gap will widen to 23.5 million tonnes. >Li Xigui, division director at China National Grain and Oils Information Centre, said at an agricultural conference in Harbin earlier this month that output last year may have been overestimated. >China’s statistics agency said production rose by 1.3 per cent to 260.77 million tonnes in 2019, but state purchases of the grain dropped by 118.4 million tonnes, according to the data from National Food and Strategic Reserves Administration. >That indicated traders are hoarding corn in expectation of further price gains, according to Li, who called on them to stop. >Feng Jilong, general manager of Dalian Northern International Grains Logistics Company, a corn trader, said the surge in corn prices was partly a result of speculation. >“New players are entering the market to stock up corn at state auctions,” he said at the same event in Harbin. >Although China has auctioned 560 million tonnes of corn reserves to calm supply concerns this year, only around 200 million tonnes had come into the market, Feng said. >The State Council, China’s cabinet, announced on Monday all traders would be banned stockpiling grains, except for China Grain Reserves Cooperative (Sinograin). >Sun Lige, vice-president of the Wellhope Agri-Tech Joint Stock, expected authorities to take stronger measures to intervene in the corn price. >“Now the corn prices do not depend on what the market says, but what the government says,” he said. “The current price is certainly not what the state wants to see.” https://archive.is/4VtJa https://www.scmp.com/economy/china-economy/article/3102907/chinas-surging-corn-prices-blamed-speculators-beijing-plays
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>>6250 >The State Council, China’s cabinet, announced on Monday all traders would be banned stockpiling grains, except for China Grain Reserves Cooperative (Sinograin). China will grow larger.
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>>6248 >Taking the obvious bait >Not even using an anime girl to upset him
>>6239 Isn't that guy just a journalist? I'll believe the threats when it's an official making them.
>>6128 Exactly and that's also the reason why giving them christianity, which spreads like wildfire there, is the single most dangerous thing. With a unifying moral code that puts truth before anything else and ends excessive lying to save your face they loose their biggest weakness and are able to fuck enyone up in 50-200 years down the line.
>>6248 Way to miss the point
>>6260 He's the editor of some official state newspaper so what he says is always an exaggerated version of the actual party line, which seems to be at the moment due to their insistence across multiple platforms that Taiwan should be integrated into Mainland China by 2025.
>>6265 What point? It was bait.
>>6261 Strelok, no matter what moral code or religion they follow, a chink will still be a chink.
>>6204 >Nip Strelok... she's from Atlanta, Georgia. Which explains why she venomously hates Nigs.
>>6250 >>6257 This really is The Great Leap Forward all over again. I'm starting to think that CCP actually believes their own propaganda and rewritten history.
Some news articles I skimmed. (Two days ago) Tensions rise across the Taiwan Strait as Taipei test-fires missiles https://archive.is/xsSgz https://www.scmp.com/news/china/military/article/3102990/tensions-rise-across-taiwan-strait-taipei-test-fires-missiles >Test programme follows multiple PLA Air Force flights near self-ruled island over past nine days >Taiwan has test-fired missiles off its eastern and southern coasts following military manoeuvres staged by Beijing near the self-ruled island in recent days. (Yesterday) Taiwan's armed forces strain in undeclared war of attrition with China https://archive.is/szFMT https://uk.reuters.com/article/taiwan-security/taiwans-armed-forces-strain-in-undeclared-war-of-attrition-with-china-idUSKCN26H08Z >Taiwan’s air force has repeatedly scrambled to intercept Chinese jets. Though they have not flown over mainland Taiwan itself, the flights have ramped up pressure, both financial and physical, on Taiwan’s air force to ensure its aircraft are ready to go at any moment. >Visiting the Gangshan air base in southern Taiwan’s Kaohsiung, Tsai received a detailed account of how the maintenance crew is making sure Taiwan’s F-16 and other fighters are operating at peak performance. >She appeared slightly taken aback when told the cost of one small component for the F-CK-1 Ching-kuo Indigenous Defence Fighter was T$380,000 ($13,000).
>>6293 Why don't they just buy some AA systems?
>>6294 Because then they'd have to actually fire the first shot instead of playing tag
>>6204 Both of those two have now been suspended for three weeks. In their Japanese and English press releases, the company never mentioned China, and claimed it was because the Analytics data they showed was considered confidential (even though multiple other Hololives have talked about it before without incident, not having mentioned Taiwan...). In the China press release however, the company said they strongly supported the One China Policy. Japanese and Western fans are outraged (even Reddit is fucking pissed) and China is not appeased at all, calling for them to be fired.
>>6291 That almost has to happen. If you tell the truth there at minimum you get a bad social credit score or at worse black bagged in the middle of the night. Eventually no one tells the truth out of fear and then after a time everyone forgets where the line between fact and propaganda lies. This sort of thing happens in the West as well to some degree as well but in places like China it reaches a terminal state.
>>6311 If Cover cucks here I think that will be the end of Homolive. Not as a company, they'll continue to exist, but as the concept they were for autistic girls to stream, they'll probably lose interest from future girls and a few girls might even quit if they do get fired. The three week suspension is just standard Nip posturing hoping the whole thing blows over (even though it's just pissing everyone off).
>>6287 Moral codes given time form the darwinistic environment that manifest in genes. How do you think Europeans got from tree hug nigger to I rule the world and rape subhuman pussy for lulz?
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Xi Jinping to reintroduce Mao style command economy distribution to rural China: China’s Xi urges revival of old rural distribution system to boost economy and enhance ‘ties with rural masses’ >President Xi Jinping has renewed his call for a revival of an old state-run distribution system to boost the rural economy, unite farmers and strengthen the ruling Communist Party’s power base in the countryside. >In a note to a conference hosted by the All China Federation of Supply and Marketing Cooperatives – also known as China Co-op, which supported the party’s rule in the countryside during the command-economy era from 1949-78 – Xi urged government officials to revamp the system to help modernise rural villages and to consolidate the party’s governance in rural areas, according to the official Xinhua news agency. >Xi said the cooperatives, which throughout their long history have been a driving force in the country’s agricultural and rural development, need to “become a comprehensive platform for farmers’ production and lives, as well as a bridge for the Communist Party to maintain close ties with the rural masses”. >The renewed attempt to inject new life into the decades-old co-op system came after Xi introduced a new dual-circulation strategy in May to rely more on the domestic economy as the country’s diplomatic relationship with the United States deteriorates. The model focuses on internal circulation – the domestic production and consumption cycle supported by innovation – while trade with other countries and regions, or external circulation, is regarded as secondary for economic growth. >From the days of Mao Zedong until the late 1970s, these cooperatives were the only place where peasants were able to access daily consumer goods and farming supplies, thus serving as an important institution in a Soviet-style command-economy system. >The role of China Co-op as the sole retail outlet for rural residents diminished in the 1980s as private producers, wholesalers and retailers mushroomed in the country. Xi, who became the party secretary in late 2012, has tried to remake the China Co-op system to serve the country’s rural development in a market economy and lift the rural population out of poverty. The primary objective of many rural cooperatives today is to help farmers find customers for their products by building e-commerce platforms and logistics centres. >Cooperatives are not state-owned enterprises but “collectively owned”. Unlike in other countries, where cooperatives are characterised by their democratic management and profit-sharing systems, in rural China they operate like state-owned industry. >A paper published in 2017 by Forrest Zhang, an associate professor of sociology at Singapore Management University, found that only two out of 50 Chinese rural cooperatives he visited and tracked from 2009 to 2016 were genuine. The rest were either private businesses controlled by individual owners rather than member farmers, or fronts for fraudulent operations set up for the sole purpose of cheating the state out of its money. https://archive.is/pCqgv
>>6364 Oh boy, get ready for Great Leap Forward 2: Famine Boogaloo
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>>6364 >Collectives Nao for Mao: Revengeance >Only 2 outta 50 coops were "genuine" compared to the rest being either privately operated or were fraudulent in a 2017 study. Next thing you know, China going to increase steel exports by having their farmers melt tools for pig iron again
https://archive.is/Jv6L3 >On September 28th, China began five military exercises simultaneously along different parts of its coast. >Two of the exercises are being held near the Paracel Islands in the disputed South China Sea, one in the East China Sea, and one in further north in the Bohai Sea, the Maritime Safety Administration said in notices on its website. >In the southern part of the Yellow Sea, drills including live-fire exercises will be held between September 28th and 30th, it said in another notice. >All ships are prohibited from entering the area, it said. >It is rare that several exercises happen at the same time, but it is likely a result of increased rhetoric from the side of Taiwan, as well as the approval of various weapons sales by the US. >In August, China announced four separate exercises, from the Bohai Sea to the East and Yellow Seas and down to the disputed South China Sea, in what Chinese military experts said was a rare arrangement of drills. >The United States sent spy planes into a no-fly zone over Chinese live-fire military drills. In response, China lodged “stern representations” with the United States. >On September 27th, a US state department statement said China has “pursued a reckless and provocative militarization” of disputed outposts in the South China Sea’s Spratly Islands, adding that China’s governing Communist Party “does not honor its words or commitments”. >In response, Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin on Monday said US military actions have made it “the biggest threat to the peace and stability of the South China Sea”. >China has also held frequent military activities near Taiwan, declaring that the drills were directed at the island Beijing considers part of its territory. >On September 25th, Taiwan’s defense ministry said China threatened to or entered its airspace 46 times in the past nine days. >In earlier September, an Indonesian patrol ship confronted a Chinese coastguard vessel that spent almost three days in waters Indonesia claims as an exclusive economic zone and are near the southernmost part of the South China Sea.
>>6288 Yeah she trys to hide it with intentional engrish but every now and then you can hear the twang.
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>Gookening/Pajeetening More like A Tale of Two Poos by A.A. Milne
>the vtuber cancer is spreading beyond /animu/ Fuck's sake.
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>>6523 >Using /animu/
>>6523 I don't like vtubers, problem is that's one of the only Winnie the Pooh pictures I have on this PC.
>>6554 . . . Yan-yan the Pooh is still alive?
>>6444 (checked) When will someone bomb the chinks?
>>6591 I'm waiting for Trump to call the nukes on them
>>6591 >>6596 Why waste resources? They've already got an incoming famine. Just blockade their food imports by sea (since the land countries hate them) and they'll either... >1) Capitulate from famines willingly or unwillingly >2) Invade a foreign country for resources spelling their demise similar to the Imperial Japan demise >3) Achieve a new record for decisive Tang victory strategies
>>6591 It'll happen if that try to take Taiwan by force.
>>6630 Current policy is reunification by 2025, so we've only got about four years left for them to get on it.
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>That moment when a Japanese dragon males it into political meetings Kiryuu-Kai represent! Although it appears to be a Haato secondary.
>>6682 I'm laughing over the fact fucking with vtubers has this sort of response.
>>6688 If 2chan is to be believed, the one with the blonde avatar is the daughter of an influential far-right Japanese politician who despises chinks. This is just the beginning.
>>6705 Oh, I'm really fucking laughing now.
>>6706 That 2chan family claim is very probably true, since her dad planned to actually appear by voice in one of her streams, but it was aborted out of concern it would reveal her identity too publicly. From what I've heard secondhand (I don't speak Nip to confirm it) that situation ended up with her identity pretty much confirmed by an old report card posted on social media that had personal info visible. Also, she's studying in Australia, and rumour goes that she does not get along will with her non-Japanese Asian (read: Chinese) classmates. Meanwhile, the orange-haired one is from Atlanta, which means she does not take shit lying down the way a lot of the meeker Japanese girls would. She was already known for pushing boundaries, and for not backing down. She's been banned from livestreaming by YouTube before, and when she was uploading pre-recorded videos until YouTube lifted the ban, she replaced the chat box with a large image of YouTube's logo being given the middle finger. She's also arguably the most dominant (and highest earning) girl in the entire cast. And while she mostly keeps quiet about political topics as a VTuber should, she is from Georgia, and since she's clearly not oversensitive we can take a guess what she really thinks. Case in point, her character in one of the games they play was an enormous black woman with a deliberately-grotesquely large ass and tits, alternating between calling it an "ugly monster" and sarcastically saying it's the ideal body. So now you've got the member with probable family political connections who hates chinks already, and the big-time money maker who doesn't back down easily and very possibly hates chinks already.
>>6736 The Dragon also had to live around Chinks and Zainichi while living as a foreigner in Japan while VTubing, though she claims it was before her career.
>>6739 Right, there was that too. That was probably the most political she's gotten, actually, since she was pretty clearly telling the Nips to be wary of uncontrolled immigration.
>>6736 >China gets fucked harder with its already collapsing birth rates, famines, plagues, & a govt desperately maintaining whatever power it holds because it dared to touch Vtubers for saying Taiwan. >The immense asshurt a simple country can cause to the chinks
>>6736 >Case in point, her character in one of the games they play was an enormous black woman with a deliberately-grotesquely large ass and tits I want to see that
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>>6736 Man, that is like looking at a bear trap, stomping on it then immediately putting your hand onto another one.
>>6177 >>6183 Update, the worst Korean was trying to escape gambling debts, brother denies the story: >A South Korean fisheries official shot dead and allegedly burnt by North Korean soldiers last week would never have defected, his brother said Tuesday, and appealed to Pyongyang to return his body. >North Korean leader Kim Jong Un issued a rare apology after what he described as the "unexpected and disgraceful" killing of the official, who Seoul said jumped ship during an attempt to defect. Citing intelligence sources, Seoul said the man -- named only as Lee -- was found adrift by North Korean troops who interrogated him in the water before shooting him and setting fire to his body as a precaution against coronavirus. >The coast guard said Tuesday an initial investigation had ruled out a suicide attempt or accidental fall from the vessel, adding Lee had huge gambling debts. But the brother, Lee Rae-jin, refuted the findings, saying there were no signs he was planning to defect and was proud of his job. >"They keep on bringing up my brother's family issues and debts... then should all 50 to 60 percent of ordinary South Koreans defect?" Lee said during a press conference with foreign correspondents in Seoul. "I talked to him two days before his death and he never once mentioned or gave signs to defect." >In an earlier news conference, the Coast Guard said an investigation suggested Lee had voluntarily jumped ship with the aim of reaching the North. "Some circumstances in which he expressed his intention to defect to North Korea have also been confirmed," a senior coast guard officer told reporters The possibility he had attempted to commit suicide was "extremely low" as he was wearing a life jacket. >The officer added Lee had some 330 million won ($282,000) in debts -- mostly from gambling. Lee's brother insisted, however, his sibling had been "devoted" to his job as a civil servant, noting he had once turned down his offer to work for his business. "I earnestly plead to Chairman Kim Jong Un of North Korea to return my brother," Lee said. >The South's coast guard and navy are searching for Lee's body after Pyongyang said the soldiers burned only a flotation device he was using over fears of the coronavirus outbreak. South Korea has demanded a joint probe with the North on the shooting. Pyongyang remains mum on the request but said Sunday it would begin its own search for the body. https://archive.is/RcbzZ
https://archive.vn/edVhf https://archive.vn/fWnpQ (author's Twitter with more details) Food shortages in Manchukuo and its occupier are are so bad even the Washington Compost has to admit it.
>>6915 I like the chinks in that Twitter feed insisting that everything is fine. >There's a "say no to waste" campaign in #China, but this has NOTHING to do w/ "food rationing". >China had a record summer crop harvest despite the flooding
>>6915 >lemme destroy all my country's farmland for industrial parks Commies, when will they learn?
>>6915 Didn't the Poos just test fire an ICBM?
>>6705 > the one with the blonde avatar is the daughter of an influential far-right Japanese politician who despises chinks So Haato went to Australia just to cleanse the red menace Nankin style?
>>6918 Never because they just deny all their failures as not real communism.
>>7001 Mao got pretty close to reducing the entire country to a bunch of starving, cultureless, penniless, indoctrinated worker drones.
>>6963 >cleanse chinks First off, you don't have a loicense mate Second off, ain't the aussies so cucked that they'd pull a reverse on that one and sell her off as a bride since the chinks need women anyways? I don't keep up with what goes on down under but last I checked christchurch did a number on them. In my part of the US mostly the nips and chinks children get along decently. The immigrant parents, well uh. Not so much lol, I say that as a mongoloid myself. God forbid we all hate the chinese children who immigrate to the US and are rich ass fucks with no respect or manners >>6745 > picture That slider bar is hilarious. >thigh size: Maximum >Hip size: Maximum, >hands size: Maximum >arm size: half >breasts: maximum >should width: maximum
Coup in Kyrgyzstan >Sadyr Japarov was appointed acting prime minister, hours after protesters freed him from jail. >President Sooronbai Jeenbekov has hinted that he is ready to stand down. This isn't a colour revolution like euromaidan or the rose revolution. Looks like a chinese power play to me since the kyrgs are closer to china and the fact that they had support from the police and internal troups. Either that or Putin sees current leader as a liability.
>>7014 >Kyrgyzstan Probably nothing. They have a coup or revolution roughly every couple years.
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>>7148 Nice nuke Kim. What's the range on this bad boy?
>>7148 Size comparison with previous ICBM models. >>7167 Speculation: >The new ICBM, presumably a Hwasong-16, appears to be approximately 25-26 m long and 2.5-2.9 m in diameter—about 4-4.5 m longer and about 0.5 m larger in diameter than the North’s Hwasong-15 ICBM flight tested once in November 2017. Indeed, the new missile has been correctly characterized as the world’s largest mobile ICBM—in part because countries with ICBMs generally seek to make their road-mobile ICBMs smaller so they can be more mobile and concealable. >That said, we estimate the new missile’s launch weight at roughly 100,000-150,000 kg, compared to some 80,000 kg for the Chinese DF-41 solid-propellant, road-mobile ICBM and about 104,000 kg for the former Soviet SS-24 rail-mobile solid ICBM. >The first stage of the new ICBM appears large enough in diameter to accommodate four of the Soviet RD-250-sized rocket engines believed to power the Hwasong-15 (which uses two in its first stage). The number and type of engine used in its presumed second stage are unclear, making the new missile’s throw-weight capability uncertain. Based on the assumption of four RD-250-type engines in the first stage, however, we estimate the new missile could, in principle, deliver 2,000-3,500 kg of payload to any point in the continental United States—much greater than the Hwasong-15’s assessed 1,000 kg payload capability to the same range (13,000 kilometres (7,000 nmi)). >In terms of larger payloads, the North may be working toward developing multiple independently-targetable reentry vehicles (MIRVs). Perhaps the North’s current nuclear RVs are larger and heavier than we expect, and so the Hwasong-15 cannot carry enough such RVs along with the size of post-boost vehicle (PBV) the North currently can provide to dispense them. Or perhaps the Hwasong-15 can be MIRVed but the North wants to be able to deliver more MIRVs per booster. >It should be noted that North Korea has not demonstrated a militarily useful MIRV capability, which is technically demanding. For example, it has yet to flight test a PBV, much less the deployment of MIRVs from a PBV. Given the technical demands of MIRVs, it might instead first deploy non-independently targetable Multiple Reentry Vehicles (MRVs) like the US, USSR, and UK did. Even in this case, the North might want more payload capability to deploy more or larger MRVs. >Another reason for having a bigger payload capacity is the desire to carry more and/or more RV-like (heavier) decoys to spoof US missile defenses than is possible with the Hwasong-15. Alternatively, the North may have decided that it wanted to possess or portray the capability to deliver a “super heavy” single large thermonuclear RV against US cities for political or deterrent effect. While this also is Khrushchevian in nature, one should recall that the Soviet SS-18, Chinese CSS-4 and US Titan-II ICBMs were deployed with massive single RVs having up to nine megatons of yield.[4] https://archive.is/5i8oI
>>7148 >pic 2 >Nork AKs held together with string and rubberbands
>>7218 I thought the same,but now i think it's just cloth so the AKs don't stain their white uniforms, they're not so dumb to make a close up shot of things they want to hide
>>7221 True, I see that now. However, they've shown some goofy shit before.
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Is it normal for the TGD reservoir water level to be this high during the season?
>>7439 Yes they are filling it to generate power during the winter.
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Xi Jinping seen with hacking cough in public. Has he been infected?
>>7439 Those numbers certainly don't add up on the graph. Official Numba Won state propaganda?
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>>7439 Three Gorges Dam is a gravity dam. During dry seasons (which they are in) with gravity dams, you are supposed to use any excess power you have to pump water from downstream back upstream so you can dump it back downstream if there's a sudden demand for power. I don't want to explain how water energy storage systems work in great detail, but with most power generation systems, they're not really on/off so much as they're "2-3 days to ramp up to full power" and then you really don't want to turn them off unless there's no need to keep them on. The idea is if you have to waste the power anyways since you can't turn the system off, so you might as well pump the water back in so you aren't wasting as much energy.
>>7483 >>7439 Ah right, you can actually track this with that chart you posted. In dry months, outflow represents water released downstream to provide energy and inflow represents water that's come into the system (whether by rain or by pumping). When outflow increases, water levels and inflow decrease since it means your energy demand is high and you don't have the spare power to power the pump to send the water back upstream. When outflow decreases and inflow increases, that generally means you're using spare energy to pump more water into the system and allowing buildup from upstream to power your stuff. In the rainy seasons you want to keep your water levels low to use the dam as a barrier, but in the dry seasons you want to let your water levels remain near capacity.
>Don’t miss this stark warning from NSA O’Brien on Taiwan: “Taiwan needs to start looking at some asymmetric & anti-access area of denial strategies of its own & really fortify itself in a manner that would deter the Chinese from any sort of amphibious invasion.” https://archive.is/OISYl

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