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After missing the posting of this column last week, it feels like homecoming to publish today's musings. Last week we managed to avoid WWIII, as the missile that hit Poland was confirmed to be Ukrainian. Gonzalo said (5 min) thank God for the Polish potato farmer and his posted photograph of the missile, without which the war mongers might have called on article 4 of the NATO alliance. Both Gonzalo and Scott Ritter speculate the missile was fired as a false flag to escalate the current conflict. And so the NATO proxy war with Russia continues...

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Scott's article supports his false flag hypothesis with several bits of evidence.

Caity explains how this almost went very bad...

AP’s anonymously sourced report which said, “A senior U.S. intelligence official says Russian missiles crossed into NATO member Poland, killing two people” went viral because of the massive implications of direct hot warfare erupting between Russia and the NATO alliance.
AP subsequently retracted its story as the mainstream political/media class came to accept that it was in fact a Ukrainian missile that had struck Poland. AP’s firing of reporter James LaPorta looks at this time to be the end point of any accountability for the circulation of this extremely dangerous falsehood.

Like Gonzalo said, God bless the polish potato farmer that photographed the missile.

Excellent conversation with:
In Moscow: Mark Sleboda, IR & Security Analyst & U.S. Navy veteran in Nuclear Engineering; in New York State: Scott Ritter, former U.S. Marine Corps intelligence officer & U.N. weapons inspector; and in Canberra, Australia: Tony Kevin, Ret. Australian ambassador to Poland & diplomat in Moscow

Comment under the clip:
This is probably the most intensively thoughtful, comprehensive, historically influenced and up-to-date discussion regarding the Ukraine conflict I have ever watched.

Douglas MacGregor thinks Ukraine is about to be annihilated (38 min)

Mike (aka iEarlGrey) just finished a trip to the Donbass where they deliver aid plus, he interviews many people who have dealt for years with this conflict. (clips at link) The trio that went shares their adventures on the road. War has real consequences for real people, and it is easy for those stories to fall through the cracks.

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The Ukraine conflict is just one of many US sponsored aggressive acts...
Brian explains the Anti-China Protests in Thailand: Who is Behind them & Why? Searching for Asia's "Zelensky" (35 min)
As the US proxy war against Russia in Ukraine destroys a nation and destabilizes a region, similar meddling that preceded the 2014 coup in Kiev is unfolding across Southeast Asia and in particular, in Thailand. Who is the “Zelensky” of Thailand? Documented evidence exposes the Thai opposition as a product of years of US interference all in a bid to pivot Thailand away from its largest economic and trade partner - China - and transform it into a belligerent proxy against Beijing on Washington’s behalf.

As we discussed a few weeks ago the balance of power has shifted away from the US and toward the BRICS+ Alliance. Pepe Escobar and Danny Haiphong explain...

Goodbye G20, hello BRICS+ - The increasingly irrelevant G20 Summit concluded with sure signs that BRICS+ will be the way forward for Global South cooperation.

Pepe refers to US/collective west as NATOstan. Cross Talk debates NATO vs world. (25 min)

The World Order is Changing | The USA are losing control (14 min) "I meet up with my friend Tony and we discuss the upcoming meeting between Xi Jinping and MBS (Mohammed bin Salman) of Saudi Arabia and what it will mean for the changing world order."

Michael Hudson suggests a new bi-polar world is emerging...
Michael Hudson: A New Bipolar World. US finance capitalism vs. China's mixed public/ private economy

Others see the world evolving along more controlled guidelines. I find this vision frightening...
Klaus Schwab: Eye on global governance

The #APEC Economic Leaders' Meeting and the APEC CEO Summit are taking place this week in Bangkok. As the region is one of the most dynamic regions of the world today, the annual APEC events have also become hubs for movers and shakers around the world. Among them is Klaus Schwab, the founder of the World Economic Forum. He sat down with CGTN's Tian Wei and shared his observations about whether major economies of the region and the world can shore up global governance.

Russell Brand does a great Dr. Evil imitation of Klauss.

Why are unelected leaders speaking at the G20 conference? The G20 is a summit for global elected leaders, yet Bill Gates and Klaus Schwab are both there. As one person put it on Twitter: It is no longer a conspiracy theory to ask why those unelected leaders are there talking about a new world order!
Klaus Schwab announces NEW plan to rule the world | Redacted with Clayton Morris
What a power grab that's underway.

I posted several longer videos today so I'm going to wrap it up here.
I guess the holiday season celebrates homecoming, and today feels that way to me...

I hope you all had a happy Thanksgiving Holiday. We went to Birmingham and celebrated with both our families. Met a new 3 month old niece. I can't help but wonder what sort of world we'll leave for her. We live in interesting times! I look forward to your thoughts and insights below...

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the idiots running the EU declared Russia a state sponsor of terror
https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2022/11/23/eu-parliament-declares-russia-...
European Parliament declares Russia ‘state sponsor of terrorism’
Ukrainian President Zelenskyy welcomes the designation, a move Washington has so far resisted.

Clare calls out the BS...

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There's a wonderful photo of Buster Keaton standing at or on the rail of a ship as he looks through a telescope. He's in profile so we can see that he's holding the thing in reverse as the lens points at his own eye.
It's helpful to see this prove out. Also awful.

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I see the ruling party was voted out in Taiwan.
The opposition party stands for one china relations.

Thanks for hosting LO!

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Thanks for the update.

Taiwan president quits as party head after China threat bet fails to win votes
By Sarah Wu and Yimou Lee

TAIPEI, Nov 26 (Reuters) - Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen resigned as head of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) on Saturday after her strategy to frame local elections as showing defiance to China's rising bellicosity failed to pay off and win public support.

Hope all is well in your world!

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Last week I was befuddled all day because I didn’t get to read the weekly watch and it just didn’t seem like Sunday. Boy did we dodge a bullet.

I had something to say but I forgot it. Might be back later. We’re heading home soon. It snowed yesterday but we still had a good time on the island. Got to see the buffalo roaming again and boy are they magnificent animals.

Ahem…. Ain’t that right.

I remember Biden saying during Trump that any president that allows Covid to run amuck should step down. It’s funny how shitlibs blamed Trump for every death but then blamed republicans and ‘anti vax’ for every one that happened during Biden’s watch. It’s the fcking hypocrisy.

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Rhett Butler contemptuously reminded Southern secession hot heads “There’s not a cannon factory in the whole South.”

It is not until the tide goes out that you discover who has been swimming naked.

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@snoopydawg
Some people raise them on fenced in pasture around here, but at one time there were herds here. Now long gone, as are the elk. However, I see deer and turkey on the regular. Guess we just have to appreciate what we have.

Glad to hear from you and Sam. I missed you and everyone last week. Sounds like a great camping trip!

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6 of them walked by just 20 yards from the trailer while I was out cooking on the grill. I made some noise and got ones attention.

Meryl brings this essay on the great reset and how it’s been planned since the 70’s and David Rockefeller was the one who got it started. Klaus is just the PR man for the globalists. I certainly don’t think they should be in charge anymore since they have fck’d up the world so badly. Let we the people take over.

Sage also has some videos on the great reset too. Yeaden and Whitney Webb discuss it. Nope they shouldn’t be in charge. And I definitely don’t like their solutions!

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Rhett Butler contemptuously reminded Southern secession hot heads “There’s not a cannon factory in the whole South.”

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Russell Brand does a great Klaus imitation.

from your 1st link...

Klaus Schwab is little more than a slick PR agent for a global technocratic agenda, a corporatist unity of corporate power with government, including the UN, an agenda whose origins go back to the beginning of the 1970s, and even earlier. The Davos Great reset is merely an updated blueprint for a global dystopian dictatorship under UN control that has been decades in development. The key actors were David Rockefeller and his protégé, Maurice Strong.

In the beginning of the 1970s, there was arguably no one person more influential in world politics than the late David Rockefeller, then largely known as chairman of Chase Manhattan Bank.

Kinda reminds me of Project Lockstep in 2010 too...
https://themillenniumreport.com/2020/07/rockefeller-lockstep-2010-was-bl...

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At the end of the 1960s and into the early 1970s, the international circles directly tied to David Rockefeller launched a dazzling array of elite organizations and think tanks. These included The Club of Rome; the 1001: A Nature Trust, tied to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF); the Stockholm United Nations Earth Day conference; the MIT-authored study, Limits to Growth; and David Rockefeller’s Trilateral Commission.

Sad to see that about the wildlife fund. I had heard that it wasn’t what I thought it was but now knowing that he created it I’m really bummed. My mom used to buy me subscriptions to it every year for Xmas and it’s why I fell in love with animals. I don’t know if it had a political bent to it cuz it’s been so long since I’ve seen it. Anyone else know about it?

The club for Rome has been evil since I’ve been aware of it. You can’t get any more evil than this:

You can go first Dennis! Go right now in fact.

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is a ruse to get us to willingly change our lifestyles that don’t need to be changed.

CO2 global warming claim was merely an invented ruse to force change:

“The common enemy of humanity is man. In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill. All these dangers are caused by human intervention, and it is only through changed attitudes and behavior that they can be overcome. The real enemy then, is humanity itself.”

Yes pollution is bad for us physically and environmentally, but is CO2 actually as bad as they tell us it is? Seems to me that plants need it so they can change it into oxygen. They need it to help them grow. And are droughts actually happening or are they being engineered? Seems strange that all of a sudden there were droughts all over the world this year. I’m going to start questioning everything I’m being told is bad for me. Farmers have to get rid of their cows but big factory farms don’t cause any problems? Kinda like small stores had to close down while Amazon and Costco got to stay open.

“Land, because of its unique nature and the crucial role it plays in human settlement, cannot be treated as an ordinary asset, controlled by individuals and subject to the pressures and inefficiencies of the market. Private land ownership also is a principal instrument of accumulation and concentration of wealth and therefore contributes to social injustice…Social justice, urban renewal, and development, the provision of decent dwellings and healthy conditions for the people can only ‘be achieved if land is used in the interests of society as a whole.”

Gee anyone want to bet that doesn’t apply to Bill Gates and his thousands of acres of farmland? I hope people will read this because the next part is their plan for us to eat less meat. It’s all being rigged and we need to wake people up to their plans.

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@snoopydawg  

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...and poor Europeans. The collective west has bankrupt leaders that are more supportive of Klaus than their own people.

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...of climate change. Micheal Moore's documentary got me thinking along those lines.

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is not a ruse, nor is it a conspiracy or psyop. It is very real, and will result in many deaths, and mass displacements as large areas really do become completely unlivable. Since we are well on our way to third world status here in the US, it is going to be very bad indeed here- primarily and exactly because we think that it won't/can't/wouldn't dare affect us. We're already seeing it, and it won't be long until major swaths of the southwest will be pretty much uninhabitable as the fossil water is consumed, the aquifers dry up, and the changing weather patterns move the usual and expected precipitation events elsewhere.

We were studying this in detail way back when I was still in college, back when the earth was still solidifying. There are lots of deniers popping up here lately with lots of money funding lots of papers and paying talking heads to cast doubt upon whether it is real or not. And it doesn't take much doing to trace the bulk of the money back to the industries that have done and continue to profit by doing the most damage. They really don't like seeing their gravy train threatened.

They are now capitalizing on the current climate of distrust of literally *everything* that smells like either a government statement or a claim of science-based understanding, to gain traction. And like all propagandists, they'll grasp at straw fringe cases to provide a little sheen of truth around the edges to support their favored positions. They have literally gutted public belief in science altogether. There are people who now believe that science can't identify Truth. They (whoever they are) have deprecated the entire concept of objective Truth, and I find that to be the most unforgivable sin of all.

Definitely do be skeptical about things. Definitely do become informed, and make decisions for yourself based upon the best information available. But don't let yourself fall into the trap of dismissing everything that source A says because source B says otherwise: reality is already rearing its ugly head, and will smack *both* A and B down in equal measure. And soon. Let's not reward them by buying into the distractions and being at each other's throats as the waters rise and begin to boil...

Peace. And be safe out there, as much as you can, for as long as you can.

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@usefewersyllables

but it is the way we are approaching the problem with a for profit mind set which is the grift, IMO. YMMV.

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The business of 'Murika is business, doncha know. This is just the new model that's all the rage at the best MBA schools:

DAAS. "Death As A Service". We'll each have our own SKU number, and our own expiration date...

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I do believe that something is happening with climate change and I didn’t mean to imply that it was all a ruse. But I’m thinking that the PTB are taking liberties with what is actually happening and installing their own agenda. Take kicking farmers off their land because of it but letting the huge factory farms stay in existence. Small farmers are the bane of existence and yet Gates gets to buy more and more but that’s okay because he’s one of the good guys. Right? Only oligarchs know how to keep it safe.

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@snoopydawg  
people who reach the age of 75 should be satisfied and content to call it quits.

https://www.qwant.com/?q=ezekiel+emanuel+atlantic+article+75+years&t=web

“Ask your Democrat president’s health advisor if euthanasia is right for you.”

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so I sure hope that they take his advice and take a trip to Canada when their 75th is approaching. Goose and gander. What’s sad is that Newsweek posted his essay.

There are plenty of resources available for all to have, but the parasites think that they are more important than the rest of us and have rigged it so they keep most of the marbles. Money is a made up concept and I so long for the world that Star Trek imagined. One of my favorite episodes is where 3 people from the 20th are found in stasis and one guy is so worried about his money. The look on his face when Picard tells him that they don’t use money anymore. Everyone is equal. Yeah I was naive enough to think that world was possible.

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Rhett Butler contemptuously reminded Southern secession hot heads “There’s not a cannon factory in the whole South.”

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the elites are at war with everyday people, that's the real war in my opinion
and according to this guys 2 minute 20 second video on JD it's how amerikkka
comes to an end. My fingers are crossed that he's right

Billions upon billions to Ukraine while the homeless problem in amerikkka
grows and grows

thanks for the WW LO, it's good that C99 is apparently back to normal!

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Why is it amerika's the only country in the world who
has a military that's based on a profit motive.

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@ggersh

Nice shift back and forth between Ukranazi money and needs at home.

Almost like a Matt Orfalea style. I think he has been suspended from YT.

https://taibbi.substack.com/p/meet-the-censored-matt-orfalea

Today's edition...
https://www.theautomaticearth.com/2022/11/debt-rattle-november-27-2022/
features a Vermeer painting. I saw a movie, Tim's Vermeer, an interesting hypothesis about how he painted.

Nice to "see" you this Sunday!

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@Lookout it was an eye opener to seesay the least

Also at AE

hopefully this is an upcoming trend

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Why is it amerika's the only country in the world who
has a military that's based on a profit motive.

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@ggersh

Nice cartoon!

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Now there are advertisements to let people know that it’s okay to kill yourself. Talk about a dystopian nightmarish future. “Hey can’t make rent this month? Check here for what options are available for you.” In fact one woman in Canada is going to do just that because she can’t find an affordable apartment that has accommodations for her disability after 9 years of looking for one. Oh and she has gotten some help from kind hearted souls but the money ran out.

It’s none of my business if someone who has life ending diseases wants to end their suffering but that’s between them, their family and their doctor. But for social problems that are easily fixed? Yeah I definitely do have a problem with that. How long until America offers that to us? Hey they already paid for funerals but only if you died from the Rona. Died of cancer? Tuff luck.

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@snoopydawg
of the elite? Less of us, more for them. I can't help but be cynical given the circumstances.
https://www.counterpunch.org/2021/03/19/congruence-of-the-great-reset-wi...

The implications of ‘surplus population’ were always on the cards Empirical as deterministic. ‘Technological Displacement’ as to capital intensity demanded under the profit incentive as demands short term perspective unmoderated/neoliberal is as a death sentence for ‘biodiversity’?

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@snoopydawg @snoopydawg was the product in Children of Men. Citizens of a desolate England were encouraged to kill themselves. Great film based on a Margaret Atwood novel, IIRC.

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@Lookout

but we shouldn’t help them accomplish it. Speaking of who has been helping them it’s been our government with them writing laws that go along with what their goals are. Most of the legislation has been written in secret but they still have to post it for us to see. Everything Hitler Fauci did was legal according to legislation written decades ago.

@NYCVG

Another fictional story coming true. The handmaiden tails doesn’t seem to be quite so fictional anymore.

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https://www.investmentwatchblog.com/not-a-single-person-in-congress-actu...
We've known this for a long time. This piece is 2020.

1984 has become a plan not a warning.

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We were trying to come up with a scheme to pre-sell body parts before one expires.
He has looked into it. His thought was to donate his body to "medical science",
but now they charge you $$ for that option. Good grief Charlie Brown. Living is not
much easier than dying.

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...even in death. Soylent green anyone?

The is the year 2022. Overcrowding, pollution, and resource depletion have reduced society's leaders to finding food for the teeming masses. The answer is Soylent Green-an artificial nourishment whose actual ingredients are not known by the public. Thorn (Charlton Heston) is the tough homicide detective who stumbles onto the secret so terrifying no one would dare believe him.

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you are right, we have no value. But intrinsic worth, that's another topic.
We would like to think our bodies and minds are worth something, either
dead or alive. To our families and friends, the mortal coil left behind is only
a physical representation of the spirit that moved us during our lifetimes.
The spirit lives on, if only in our memories and dreams. This I know.

The Soylent theme is cutting close to the new reset. Thanks for the vid.
Have never watched it, but will try. After I assemble the advent thingy ..

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@QMS

you might enjoy it, plus it is a cultural descriptor.

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Heston was pretty good in that.
2022? Not far off. Will probably dream tonight
of the poor people of NYC scrambling for chits.

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Probably because no one can afford a funeral. Well Fck the upcoming doctors who won’t have cadavers to work on. "Here read this book on anatomy." That will go great for surgeons. Stupid government bringing this 3rd world to America. Good grief.

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would come without charging the donator for their donation but
capitalism is always looking for a way to profit, even from death.
Wasn't DeSantis caught stealing from medicare?
To the tune of millions. And he is the elected governor of FL.
Soon to be nominated by the rebubs challenger
for brain dead Biden. Sheesh, what a world.
If you can make money on old, sick people, then
by golly, the govt. has got a job for you!

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Then the people of Florida elected him to congress. Who says that crime doesn’t pay?

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As long as you don't get caught, you can come out pretty good.

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Here in AL you can be wrapped in a shawl and buried. Every state is varied.

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thrift shop feather comforter that no laundry here will risk cleaning for fear of its bursting.
My idea: be wrapped in it, set that on a couple of boards, and put in a shallow grave (four feet is what the place I have in mind goes for, not six), planted under a tree. But what goes with me must be biodegradable, so I'll need to find someone who needs a great old non-stainless paring knife and a jacknife from Eskilstuna ca. 1968. Maybe a Cedar seedling too?

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One way to insure reincarnation. Guess it's getting to be time to start planning. We have an old cemetery on our place, and we've got a spot picked out but have not planned farther.

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The iearlgrey stuff from Donbass is fun. Here's one example -

I spoke to Igor Gomolsky aka 'Dirty Harry' (Telegram channel: https://t.me/harry_homolsky) to find out the TRUTH of life in Donbass over since the start of Ukraine's campaign of Terror against the people there following the events of Maidan.

Thanks for the clip!

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Ukraine, the second largest nation in Europe, has gone dark for the winter.

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...is an appropriate theme I fear. Thanks for the photo.

Edit to add:
Gonzalo talk about the reality of lacking electricity.

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At least from what I remember about him he was a kind man. Why do people think it’s funny to deride those that they don’t like?

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It is not until the tide goes out that you discover who has been swimming naked.

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Kinda sad really. TDS still reigns supreme. Unhinged from the thought process unfortunately.

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People probably showing their solidarity with their former comrades. Besides Shanghai, Beijing, Hong Kong etc also the less famous Wuhan, Chengdu, universities, etc. China market tanking at opening, oil down a dollar, we'll see how things go through the day. BBC reporters arrested, I expect truthful unbiased reporting from The People's Daily.

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@ban nock

...and surprise surprise...promoted by the West.

Edit to add a view from China...

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with fellow Alabama musicians...

Blues Stay Away From Me (1949)

see you tomorrow!

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https://www.politico.eu/article/rioting-in-brussels-after-belgium-loses-...

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11474731/Rioters-set-blazes-pel...

Moroccans rioted in Amsterdam, The Hague, and Rotterdam too.

I worry about my blind friend in Amsterdam.

So many come to Europe only for the material benefits while in their hearts they hate Europe and Europeans.

People already split by class and ethnic origin are pitted against each other.

Can only imagine how quickly order will break down when society comes under real pressure, conditions worsen, and there is real hardship.

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