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Sino-Russia vs the West

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For this post and its headline, start with the clip above. Despite its title, it’s centrally about China-Russia relations, which didn’t emerge out of nothing (below).

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America’s attempts to treat Hong Kong like Ukraine will run into the same response from China in five, ten years time, just as it has gotten from the Russians today. Here are the future consequences:

  • Speed up the creation of a bipolar world, China-Russia on one side, the West on the other. By bipolarity we mean everything, including the eventual removal of the US dollar hegemony in banking, finance and trade, a separate economic and trading bloc running from the Russian Arctic through the South China Sea and into the Antarctic spreading east and west into the Indian Ocean, Africa and Latin America.
  • China’s eventual and complete break with the US, in trade and technology especially. In this regard, Hong Kong enters the picture so a break means the decoupling of the US$-HK$ peg, the dismantling of the 2-systems (political, administrative and economic) model in HK. Hong Kong’s riots reaffirm a historical fact about the character of the West:
    • might is right;
    • westerners froth out of both sides of their mouth;
    • American friendship is never to be trusted;
    • shake hands, yes, but always, always carry a big stick.
  • China must strife for independence in every facet of life, including domestic and border security, food, military production and, especially, language, habits of thought and culture. Independence is the only sure way to guarantee Chinese sovereignty without which freedom and justice are impossible. You don’t demand for equality, one has to earn it; and, equality is only possible among equals.

China and Russia share exactly the same sentiments and principles in all three above. We will therefore share our respective strengths and make-up for our respective weaknesses, and doing so as equals. Why? Answer: ethics and history. Ethics because, repeatedly, Anglo-Americans have demonstrated themselves to unmitigated racists. As to history, see the video and the photos below.

The western attempts to break up the Sino-Russian alliance was answered not only in the Putin-Li Keqiang meeting last week but was also greeted by the Russian video below, one of a three-part series commemorating the alliance as well as the 70th anniversary of the PRC founding.

The clip is narrated in Russian but for almost the entire duration it contains films of China from Russia’s archives, pictures that you almost certainly haven’t seen before because of Anglo-America media propaganda dominance.

The following stills, all taken in China, are screen captures from the video above, in case, as Anglophile, you are adverse to all things Russian.

This is Shanghai circa 1949.

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This is also Shanghai, just outside an ‘American property’…

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Russia also released the clip below about Hong Kong and Xinjiang.

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China’s best reply to US sanctions threats:

Duterte

If only China has a leader who can speak English. Then we can tell Heiko Maas, his German fascists, and Anglo-America and Nancy Pelosi and Mike Pompeo and the CNN and BBC in the face, exactly the way Duterte says it:

“We don’t answer to you. Fuck you. And fuck your mother.”

https://youtu.be/Z6OBOeJ8AQQ

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FASCISM COMES TO HONG KONG

via Ukraine

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Hong Kong/Ukraine Compared

From the so-called ‘Color Revolution’ of Ukraine 2014, you see in the Hong Kong riots identical patterns, tactics, strategies, and political ideology.

They share the same American-style regime change methods, such as how to beat up the police, burn down an institution or a building, and how to spread propaganda for best effect and to stir up in order to spread popular anger.

Even regime change financing comes from the same clique: George Soros and the CIA front, the National Endowment for Democracy.

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Above and below: the US makes no apology for bringing fascism into Ukraine — so long as it is for ‘democracy and freedom’, and best of all, by regime change.

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More than 100 died in the Maidan Square 2014 riots in Kiev. What happens is that the rioters would, from a distance, with a rifle, shoot to kill a few of their fellow rioters. Pictures of the dead are circulated with the help of newspapers and the Internet. Police are blamed. Next day, more buildings are burned, police attacked with petrol bombs and bricks.

In Hong Kong, the rioters try exactly the same, dead-rioter method.

Every day for the past two weeks, wreaths and flowers are stacked outside a subway station on the claim that someone was killed by the police inside on August 31 (picture below). So who is this dead rioter? No protestor can tell you: That dead person has no name, no family nor relatives nor friends, no face, no corpse, no nothing, not even an Internet meme.

And the local newspaper, abetted by the foreign news services, by the BBC and CNN and Reuters, and their reporters and editors, continue to spread this propaganda at home and abroad.

In Ukraine they could at least produce a dead body, never mind who killed the person or how.

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Here’s the irony: the station is named after some motherfucker prince of the UK that rioters begged for help, recognition, and condemnation of China.

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Kiev's Maidan in surreal 'Before & After' images

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Above, the burned out building is shown in detail below.

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Maidan Square before and after.

In spite of its ‘democracy/freedom’ victory, Ukraine five years later remains no better off, still in a mess, in the grip of a civil war. (Remember MH17?) The result today is a dismembered country, it being a vassal US state.

Even the All-Ukrainian Union Fatherland, which five years ago was part of the ‘democrat and freedom’ forces, has pulled out of the governing coalition. Previously known as the Princess of the Revolution, Yulia Tymoshenko (image below), Fatherland’s leader and former prime minister, has come out in praise of… China, Russia’s most important ally, and saying so against all the Anglo-American media scripted narrative. (Clip below.)

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Like Annie,

they won’t — and dare not — touch a Whitey

The video above is a must see although Chan Yee narrates the incident in Cantonese Chinese.

The relevant part goes for about 2:30 minutes from the start wherein a young, blonde Caucasian woman is tearing off the ‘pro-democracy’ posters and bills that’s plastered all over Hong Kong today — such places are moralized and known as ‘Lennon Walls’. That is, the blonde, rather unusually, is also pro-China. In the video, you can pick up snippets of her English.

On the occasions when some local Chinese, including women, caught by the rioters doing exactly the same thing, they were beaten to a pulp.

Chan Yee asks the obvious question: Why don’t they touch her — beat her? One of the rioters is from the ‘independent, free’ Press, a “freedom not enjoyed in the mainland“, says Reuters each time it publishes about Hong Kong as a way to spit on China. The reporter and the two rioters with him are even deferential in speaking to the blonde. Chan Yee notes the distance kept by them.

[See Reuters screen capture below that show white man bigotry: (a) what exactly is this freedom called rioting? and (b) for the Press to manipulate reports, often openly, sometimes obliquely, and side with the rioters and their violence is, therefore, proof of … independence and freedom?]

The answer to Chan Yee’s question is self-evident, The woman is White. In other words, the obeisance to whiteness reaffirms a fundamental ethical and ideological trait that’s at the root of the rioting and about the rioters: Anglophiles — who love all things White, Anglo-Saxon — are intrinsically a bunch of imitation White racial supremacists and fascists.

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