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    to Greg Tingey @1348: TWO countries which DO HAVE something appraoching Nazis in them, to everyone else's embarassment - are both in the EU. Poland & Hungary Good recollection, and I would like to note that Hungarians are less known...
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    to Martin @1340: Then insist that the "coup" means that any treaties or agreements are now invalid, and that they can invade "because it was always part of Russia"? Not until a self-declared government starts it first (which is certainly...
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    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/jan/14/vladimir-putin-claims-ebola-virus-vaccine-has-been-developed-by-russia https://tass.com/science/919498 Definitely not the first time history repeats itself. Doesn't seem like this pushed system to its limits. More like, nobody bothered to notice. to SFReader @1260: That's a lot of other nations' populations to put at risk. No,...
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    to Greg Tingey @1305: More Nazi agents of ... somewhere or other ... Since you are not that strong at history or at basic politology in general, it can't be helped to explain to you, but for other people out...
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    to Charlie Stross @1227: Worse, it may lead to sensitization of vaccinated folks so that a follow-on pandemic is much more lethal than one burning through an un-immunized community. But then we don't even know how long the "naturally" acquired...
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    to Elderly Cynic @1152: Which, to be fair, was/is also the SOP of many of the Western drug companies - hence a lot of the high-profile scandals. I think the reason for this is the actual method of application of...
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    to John Hughes @1058: "Literal retired clown"? Is it confusing Ukraine with Belarus? There's nothing to confuse because the method is pretty much the same. Only this time the candidate has the political career that can be measured in weeks...
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    to Greg Tingey @1011: Lukashenko is an old-fashioned smei-brutal dictator. That much anybody can admit, even Russian Foreign Ministry. People have been quite tired of his shenanigans for a while, and would prefer him to relinquish quite a bit of...
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    to Selene's Love With Orange Hue @967: Sea ports administration of Ukraine says that almost 10 000 tonnes of ammonium nitrate that is being stored at pier 1 and 2 of Yuzhi port near Odesa is totally safe cause of...
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    Greg Tingey @815: Some people are fighting China, because their government is racist, fascist, oppressive & colonialist - that do for (sufficient) justification? Can't refrain myself from noting that it is mostly opposite - people are being scared of China...
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    Poul-Henning Kamp @790: Hate to be the one to tell you this, but the EFFECTIVE subversion came from inside, as a second order effect of the owning class dismantling the power of the state. This man probably summed up...
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    to mdlve @725: Except there is a paper trail over years of people telling the authorities that this was dangerous and it should be removed, with nothing done Papers can be forged. More than that, papers can be forged beforehand,...
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    Scott Sanford @703: That is informative and well done. Yet I wish they could at least spend more time aligning the maps comparing destruction. It's good that they did not get all that hard on assumptions, because I would instantly...
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    Now that the voting is over, the reasons to calm down the population are pretty much gone and everything can go as usual, I guess. We are getting ready to a "second wave" of crisis and pandemic, it is very...
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    This is an "update" from my long hiatus due to being tied to bed and recovering, and also a rant, and of course I don't even expect anyone to challenge me with questions on this blog anymore. So there. I...
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    I remembered, here's the case when the broken clock shows right time: π’€­π’‹Ύπ’Š©π’†³ @1155: These fucks are the same kind who pretend Communism and the CCCP still exist. Or that CN is "Communist".... Go look up the "Museum of Communist...
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    Martin @1220: So... little change, then. The difference between 30% capacity and 0% is infinite still. AIUI (apocryphal tale.. Duly noted. And I assume all of that was picked up by his personal accounting from the back of the Embassy,...
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    Everybody ... are all about how For the sake of avoiding of misunderstanding, like it happened last time, I will have to elaborate once again. That means "everybody who is bearing responsibility" in US/NATO, or rather "who is in control...
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    Charlie Stross @1205: That should keep things busy for at least six months, right? And it's a start. You know what, I would agree. This actually goes into the line with the same assumptions laid out by some other economists,...
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    whitroth @1156: First, of course, it always bothered me, given that Russia got its name from the Rus in Kiev, for the Ukraine and Georgia to break away. I also not that the Baltics were part of Russia for almost...
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    Martin @1125: These statements are untrue. These statements, at least, have traceable basis in reality. What advice would you give to the NATO members Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia? For starters, it would be useful to get rid of segregation, russophobic...
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    sleepingroutine @289: | April 6, 2020 16:41 | If they're not, they probably very much wish they could be. Uh-oh, spoke too soon! https://www.scmp.com/news/china/military/article/3079303/us-military-researchers-call-use-privateers-against-china Martin @1039: You'll have to give some specific examples, because all of my experience points the...
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    Charlie Stross @978: Now, note the spread of alt-right memes via in-game chat, especially highly militaristic kill-lotsa-terrorists-and-by-terrorists-I-mean-anti-American games like, er, "Rainbow Six". Oh, so this is what it means, all these intro movies for the first season of R6S, about...
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    David L @951: Your use of "most" in the referenced sentence tells me the same is true of others watching us. I tend to notice a wide variety of US news sources and "most" is very much not true. Same...
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    Charlie Stross @875: You've been reading bad Tom Clancy novels, haven't you? Probably not, because this is just a logical step from several alt-right sources I've stumble upon. What you're describing is more like the sort of eco-fascism espoused by...
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    SFReader @828: No need to create a boogeyman when there's a real monster hiding under your bed. Uhh, there's no need to create boogieman when the purpose of the attack is to deal actual damage. Theoretically, there is a...
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    Talking about VR: I have a headset for almost a year and I am pretty satisfied of it. It takes time to setup and adapt, and it is not for everybody, but it has special advantages and properties that will...
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    whitroth @803: You think it was only the Soveits who'd weaponized stuff? They kinda did, that he mentioned too. blackanvil @800: Oh, and he also pointed out that both sides had, as the starting gun for their nuclear attack...
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    Greg Tingey @675: Most of the paranoia &n the USSR, like Tsarist regime .... Was all internal, repressing its own people ... The external paranoia was no that much different from what all the other countries were & are...
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    Greg Tingey @618: The USSR collapsed under its own weight - the weight of carrying all the supervision, internal spying, paranoia, suspicion & the sheer amount of people's time ( & money ) that that took. I wouldn't argue...
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