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Here’s the latest in each of the country’s affected by unrest

Protests have broken out in several countries across the world, with citizens unhappy for different reasons. Some are protesting over economic conditions, others are protesting over tax hikes and elsewhere protests are breaking out over controversial laws or prison sentences imposed by governments.

Here’s the latest in each of the country’s affected by violent clashes and unrest.

Chile

Chile’s president declared a state of emergency in Santiago on Friday night and gave the military responsibility for security after a day of violent protests over increases in the price of metro tickets.

“I have declared a state of emergency and, to that end, I have appointed Major General Javier Iturriaga del Campo as head of national defense, in accordance with the provisions of our state of emergency legislation,” President Sebastian Pinera said.

Throughout Friday, protesters clashed with riot police in several parts of the city and the subway system was shut after attacks on several stations.

A woman shouts in front of a police truck near the Santa Lucia subway station during a protest against the rising cost of subway and bus fares, in Santiago. AP Photo

Violent clashes escalated as night fell, and the ENEL power company building and a Banco Chile branch, both in the city center, were set on fire and several metro stations hit with Molotov cocktails.

The unrest started as a fare-dodging protest against the hike in metro ticket prices, which increased from 800 to 830 peso ($1.17) for peak hour travel, following a 20 peso rise in January.

Attacks on metro stations forced the closure of the entire subway system, which is the key form of public transport in the congested and polluted capital, carrying three million passengers a day.

“The entire network is closed due to riots and destruction that prevent the minimum security conditions for passengers and workers,” the metro operator said on Twitter, after attacks against nearly all the 164 stations where many gates and turnstiles were destroyed.

The Santiago Metro, at 140 kilometres (90 miles) the largest and most modern in South America, is expected to remain closed this weekend and could reopen gradually next week.

Hong Kong

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam took to the airwaves on Saturday to back the use of force by police ahead of a major anti-government march planned this weekend in the Chinese-ruled city, which has been battered by months of violent protests.

Following a week of relative calm, Sunday’s march will test the strength of the pro-democracy movement. Campaigners vowed it would go ahead despite police ruling the rally illegal.

In the past, thousands of people have defied police and staged mass rallies without permission, often peaceful at the start but becoming violent at night.

The trigger for unrest in Hong Kong had been a now-withdrawn proposal to allow extradition to mainland China, as well as Taiwan and Macau. The case of a Hong Kong man accused of murdering his girlfriend in Taiwan before fleeing back to the city was held up as an example of why it was needed.

Late on Friday the man, Chan Tong-kai, who is jailed in Hong Kong for money laundering, wrote to Lam saying he would “surrender himself to Taiwan” over his alleged involvement in the case upon his release, which could be as soon as next week.

Ms Lam said in an interview on Saturday with broadcaster RTHK that it was a relief as it could bring an end to the case.

She also said that police had used appropriate force in handling the protests, and were responding to protesters’ violence, amid criticism of heavy-handed tactics.

More than 2,600 people have been arrested since the protests escalated in June.

Protesters’ demands have, since then, swelled far beyond opposing the extradition bill, to take in broader concerns that Beijing is eroding freedoms granted when Britain handed the city back to China in 1997.

China denies the accusation and has blamed foreign nations such as the United States and Britain for inciting the unrest.

The crisis in the Chinese-ruled city is the worst since the handover and poses the biggest popular challenge to China’s President Xi Jinping since he took power.

Lebanon

Security forces fired tear gas and chased down protesters in Beirut on Friday after tens of thousands of people across Lebanon marched to demand the demise of a political elite they accuse of looting the economy to the point of collapse.

Riot police in vehicles and on foot rounded up protesters, according to Reuters witnesses. They fired rubber bullets and tear gas canisters, dispersing demonstrators in Beirut’s commercial district. Dozens of people were wounded and detained.

Prime Minister Saad Al Hariri blamed his partners in government for obstructing reforms that could ward off economic crisis and gave them a 72-hour deadline to stop blocking him, otherwise hinting he may resign.

Mr Hariri, addressing protesters, said Lebanon was going through an “unprecedented, difficult time”.

Lebanese from all sects and walks of life have come out on to the streets, waving banners and chanting slogans urging Mr Hariri’s government to go.

The rallies follow warnings by economists and investors that Lebanon’s economy and graft-riddled financial system are closer to the brink than at any time since the war-torn 1980s.

“There are those who have placed obstacles in front of me … and in the face of all the efforts that I have proposed for reform,” Mr Hariri said, without naming names.

“Whatever the solution, we no longer have time and I am personally giving myself only a little time. Either our partners in government and in the nation give a frank response to the solution, or I will have another say,” he said.

“The deadline left is very short. It’s 72 hours.”

Protesters poured through villages and towns as well as the capital Beirut for a second day. No political leader, Muslim or Christian, was spared their wrath.

Their chants called for leaders including Mr Hariri, President Michel Aoun, and Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri to step down.

Barcelona

Fires burn following an evening of rioting as a general strike is called after a week of protests over the jail sentences given to separatist politicians by Spain’s Supreme Court. Getty Images

Violent clashes escalated in Barcelona late on Friday, as radical Catalan separatists hurled rocks and fireworks at police, who responded with teargas and rubber bullets, turning the city centre into a chaotic battleground.

The deterioration came on the fifth consecutive day of protests in the Catalan capital and elsewhere over a Spanish court’s jailing of nine separatist leaders on sedition charges over a failed independence bid two years ago.

Around half a million people rallied in Barcelona earlier on Friday, police said, in the biggest gathering since Monday’s court ruling as separatists also called a general strike in the major tourist destination.

But while most marchers appeared peaceful, hordes of young protesters went on the rampage near the police headquarters, igniting a huge blaze that sent plumes of black smoke into the air, as police fired teargas to disperse them, an AFP correspondent said.

Other fires raged near Plaza de Catalunya at the top of the tourist hotspot Las Ramblas, where hundreds of demonstrators rallied in defiance of the police, who tried to disperse them with water cannon.

“Anti-fascist Catalonia!” they roared. “The streets will always be ours!”

Scores of police vans could be seen fanning out around the streets, their sirens screaming as the regional police warned people in a message in English on Twitter “not to approach” the city centre.

The situation later appeared calmer, according to a police spokesman.

Earlier, many thousands of “freedom marchers”, who had set out to walk from five regional towns on Wednesday, arrived in Barcelona wearing walking boots and carrying hiking poles.

The rally coincided with the general strike, prompting the cancellation of 57 flights, the closure of shops, business and several top tourist attractions, and slowing public transport to a trickle in a region that accounts for about a fifth of Spain’s economic output.

Activists also cut off Catalonia’s main cross-border highway with France.

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47 Comments on "violent clashes hit Chile, Hong Kong, Lebanon and Barcelona"

  1. makati1 on Sat, 19th Oct 2019 6:14 pm 

    Be patient Amerika! This is coming to your neighborhood soon. I see 2020 as a “hot” year for the US among others. Buckle up! (Prepare!)

  2. Davy on Sat, 19th Oct 2019 6:48 pm 

    CW2 in Eurotardland and Asialand. Poor makto and cloggo and their endless anti-American whining.

  3. Brent Georgeson on Sat, 19th Oct 2019 6:57 pm 

    We are all clowns now worldwide! https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/davidmack/lebanon-protests-photos

  4. Chrome Mags on Sat, 19th Oct 2019 8:02 pm 

    Welcome to the Seneca Cliff.

  5. juanpee on Sat, 19th Oct 2019 8:42 pm 

    Oops, sorry y’all. I meant to say makato.

    I’m such a dumbass.

    Dumbasess

  6. Davy on Sat, 19th Oct 2019 8:45 pm 

    Shut the fuck up juanpee.

    I put the dumb in dumbass.

    cunt

  7. Robert Inget on Sat, 19th Oct 2019 9:09 pm 

    EVERYTHING UNDER TRUMP’S CONTROL HERE

    “We’ve taken control of the oil in the Middle East,” President Trump claimed on Friday afternoon, in response to criticism over his handling of US troop movements out of Syria.

    “We’ve taken control of the oil in the Middle East, the oil that we’re talking about, the oil that everybody was worried about. We have the U.S. control of that,” Trump said, adding that America’s actions in Syria should have been made years ago under the Obama administration.

    The words echoed Trump’s earlier tweet, with similar oil-based claims. “The U.S. has secured the Oil, & the ISIS Fighters are double secured by Kurds & Turkey,” Trump’s tweet read in part.

    The President did not elaborate on what he meant by “securing the oil,” but speculations about the President’s statement assume he is referring to US special forces that have been—and will continue to be—in control of oil and gas fields in Deir Ezzor.

    The Syrian state has long argued that the oil and gas assets should be returned to it.

    Trump added that the Kurds are very happy with the deal the US has secured. If President Trump adheres strictly and completely with his promise to exit Syria, the question remains exactly how the US will continue securing this oil.

    (D.J. T. has lost control of his mind, it’s Putin that has gained control, we, the US got NOTHING)

  8. Cloggie on Sun, 20th Oct 2019 2:56 am 

    “D.J. T. has lost control of his mind, it’s Putin that has gained control, we, the US got NOTHING”

    Straight from Europe, rest assured of our heart-felt condolences, Bob.

  9. Cloggie on Sun, 20th Oct 2019 3:02 am 

    “CW2 in Eurotardland and Asialand. Poor makto and cloggo and their endless anti-American whining”

    CW2 in Europe? Libtard Barcelona? The city that formed the heart of the communist insurgence in the thirties, supported by Stalin and his Anglo fellow-travellers, against the nationalists in Madrid?

    And now they try to become independent from Madrid. I leave it to you as an exercise to figure out on whose side I am.

  10. Davy on Sun, 20th Oct 2019 4:06 am 

    California Dreamin: “How California Bested Texas”

    “These days, though, no one is talking about the lessons California should learn from Texas. California’s economy is improving, and its budget is finally balanced—partly because of budget cuts and a voter-approved tax hike in 2012, and partly because the stock-market boom has translated into more tax receipts from California’s wealthiest residents (the ones with those high income-tax rates). These changes happen to come as Texas, the nation’s biggest oil-producing state by far, is grappling with a collapse in oil prices, which has depressed the price of a barrel of West Texas Intermediate crude oil to under fifty dollars a barrel for the first time in more than five years. It will be several months before the government publishes figures on G.D.P. and business creation for the period coinciding with the drop in oil prices, but already there are signs of trouble. Michael Feroli, the chief U.S. economist at JPMorgan Chase, said in December, “We think Texas will, at least, have a rough 2015 ahead, and is at risk of slipping into a regional recession.” The Texas budget, too, could be hurt by lost oil and gas taxes.”

    https://www.newyorker.com/business/currency/california-bested-texas

  11. JuanP on Sun, 20th Oct 2019 4:14 am 

    More mindless comments by juanpee with ID theft and socks

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  12. Davy on Sun, 20th Oct 2019 4:20 am 

    “And now they try to become independent from Madrid. I leave it to you as an exercise to figure out on whose side I am.”

    AH, cloggo, did you just stutter? The real issue here is social unrest of a CW2 nature that you are constantly pointing fingers at the US in regards to. Instead of only a CW2 USA it is now in your backyard. I have said all along we have an administrative and ideological CW2 in the US.

  13. Davy on Sun, 20th Oct 2019 8:06 am 

    CW2 eurostyle

    “Dramatic Footage Shows National Spanish Police In Brutal Catalonia Protest Crackdown”
    https://tinyurl.com/y274zhf6 zero hedge

    “Increasingly violent protests continue to rage in the Catalonia region of Spain, with unrest bringing Barcelona to a standstill for a second day, after some 500,000 pro-independence marchers converged on the city Friday from other towns and the countryside, following nearly a week of ongoing protests against Monday’s supreme court verdict sentencing at least nine Catalan independence leaders to between 9 and 13 years in prison. Overnight Friday police used riot control measures, including water cannons and rubber bullets in attempts to disperse the large crowds, which according to the Associated Press were “throwing cobblestones and flammable bottles, building barricades and setting dozens of bonfires in large garbage bins. Seriously! What the hell is this? Whatever you think of #Catalonia I think we can all agree that this kind of violence is completely unprovoked and unjustified pic.twitter.com/LhJOE9Q29A — Thomas van Linge (@ThomasVLinge) October 19, 2019 As the clearest sign of growing violence in the protests, state sources cited around 400 people injured by the end of this week of growing chaos in the streets, many of them police officers. According to some estimates around 100 security personnel have suffered injuries; however, police were in a number of instances caught on video brutally beating demonstrators. Mainstream media will never show you this video.#PoliceBrutality #Barcelona #Catalonia pic.twitter.com/3mtyqlM1G2 — Oh boy what a shot (@ohboywhatashot) October 19, 2019”

  14. Cloggie on Sun, 20th Oct 2019 8:33 am 

    Catalonia wants to become an independent country… and member of the EU.

    Exactly like Scotland or Ukraine.

    This type of conflict can’t be compared to what is brewing in the US. There the conflict is racial; in Britain and Spain it is about devolution and local identity. A conflict between rather similar people.

    Of course a US style CW2 is also possible in Europe, only 20-30 years down the line.

    But it won’t come that far as Europeans have a far stronger sense of ethnic identity than “nation of immigrants USA”. A sentiment in the US also denounced as “racism” by George Carlin’s true oligarch owners of the US and treated by natural born virtue signaler empire dave as if he just found the social Holy Grail, where in reality he is holding a ticking IED in his clueless hands.

  15. Cloggie on Sun, 20th Oct 2019 8:34 am 

    This thread was ruined by a:

    Brent Georgeson on Sun, 20th Oct 2019 12:38 am

    Blame it on Goldstein.

    https://m.jpost.com/Diaspora/Antisemitism/Orwells-evolving-views-on-Jews-605033

  16. Cloggie on Sun, 20th Oct 2019 8:51 am 

    “’The EU want us to leave!’ Michael Gove insists Britain will quit the bloc on October 31 as Brussels considers which of Boris Johnson’s THREE letters to take seriously after Donald Tusk ‘accepted’ Benn Act extension letter despite Macron’s ‘no delay’ vow”

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7593011/EU-weighs-Brexit-Boris-Johnson-sends-three-letters.html

    The last trump card of the Brexiteers: changing UK EU-membership into an act of sabotage from within, to the tune that the EU gets so fed up with the UK that they will throw them out… only to discover that the UK will perpetuate their sabotage act from the outside. Expect EU-UK relations to develop into a match about who can dismember who first.

    A new Iron Curtain could very well be a third possibility,

  17. Davy on Sun, 20th Oct 2019 8:53 am 

    “This type of conflict can’t be compared to what is brewing in the US.”

    LMFAO at the cloggo stuttering through the reality of a euro-style CW2 BTW occurring all over the EU at different times.

  18. joe on Sun, 20th Oct 2019 10:05 am 

    Sending the letter as required by the Benn Surrender act,
    will not satisfy Bercow that BoJo had done enough
    for Bercow to permit the pm to have his desired 1st meaningful vote.
    my guess is that he will allow backbencher brewreckers to tack on amendments too unpalatable to make the deal worth voting for,
    such as another referendum or revoking art50.
    the eu has given bojo 48 hours to sort this mess out before it gives its answer to the extension request.
    imho its 48 hrs that merkel will need to make sure nobody gets off script for the next bit.
    the eu will grant an extension then say there will be no more (just like last time). at that point Bercow will be made pm for the last day of his carrear and revoke art50.
    then an election will be called. this plot imho is wild, treasonous and will in all likelihood result in widespread violence against symbols of remaining, such as european embassies and eu flags etc.
    the parliament would then have to choose a new pm on nov 1st to replace Bercow. Corbyn will be an obvious one but again he will not want to be seen as a dictator like his friend Stalin
    so he will turn it down. By this time the tories will be the most popular party in the uk.
    therefore an election will be set for maybe as long as six months away. at this point the uk economy will collapse, as will the german economy. the eu will cease to fuction as those in the eu parliament who supoort the treatment of tne uk become more vocal and the commission may be formed without much certainty of the future. at the moment three commissioners are lacking two were turned down by the eu parliament, the uk one has not been nominated. eu law cannot be proposed without a complete commission (yeah, sounds like the mafia doesnt it, ‘commission’)

  19. joe on Sun, 20th Oct 2019 10:20 am 

    eu commission delayed at least a month.
    “https://www.euractiv.com/section/
    eu-elections-2019/news/new-eu-commission-delayed-for-at-least-a-month/”
    a taste of ur own medicine Umm Merkel?

  20. Cloggie on Sun, 20th Oct 2019 3:42 pm 

    “Calls for Europe to block a Brexit delay grow: Exasperated EU politicians insist Britain must ‘finally reach a decision’ after MPs block deal and Boris Johnson refused to sign extension letter”

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7593747/Calls-Europe-block-Brexit-delay-grow-continent.html

    Come on mr Macron… the British said “A” but got afraid of their own courage and are unable to say “B”. Let’s do it for them.

    We have been far too lenient to a defector anyway, pull the plug. Dictate the terms of a binding referendum, otherwise no deal. Russia and China are waiting with open arms.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-07-04/europe-turns-down-chinese-offer-grand-alliance-against-us

    “Europe Turns Down Chinese Offer For Grand Alliance Against The US”

  21. I AM THE MOB on Tue, 22nd Oct 2019 7:10 pm 

    America’s economic stranglehold on the world is fading away as well, and who knows what the EU will do without their master.

  22. JuanP on Tue, 22nd Oct 2019 7:11 pm 

    America’s economic stranglehold on the world is fading away as well, and who knows what the EU will do without their master.

  23. Davy on Tue, 22nd Oct 2019 9:59 pm 

    Grate post JuanP!

    Saved to my notes to be copied and pasted on my own blog that I’ve been concentrating so much on lately that I am posting less of my bullshit on this lame unmoderated forum.

    dumbcunt

  24. joe on Wed, 23rd Oct 2019 11:54 pm 

    Merkel must be twisting allot of arms if they are waiting till Friday 25th Oct to announce extension. That gives remoaners the whole weekend to game plan their strategy for wrecking Brexit. By the end of next week Bercow must decide if he wants to stay on. If he doesnt go, theres plenty of salacious sex scandals and he also has a bullying case to answer. hoping for Macron to put his foot down is foolish too. the EU still thinks it can thawrt Brexit using its agents in Parliament.
    the simple fact is that even without Brexit the EU is in terrible trouble. the euro is on a lifeline and with a 2TRILLION euro asset purchasing program which will ensure that Europe is indebted to Germany forever will also prevent development in the eurozone outside Germany and increase the need for state handouts and increase hopelessness in European culture. Socialism is not the answer, free trade and competition is.

  25. Cloggie on Thu, 24th Oct 2019 2:43 am 

    “Socialism is not the answer, free trade and competition is.”

    joe esquire is doing the bidding of the oligarchs, at his own disadvantage. Brexit will give the final death blow to the “English biosphere”. It is going to be a low-tax, low-standards business heaven. Very good for rich people, very bad for the commoner, like joe esquire, the fools who voted for this.

    Trouble for joe esquire is that the Anglo countries suck at trade, bottom of the barrel and that the “socialist countries” are top of the bill:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_current_account_balance

    1. Germany
    2. Japan
    3. China
    4. Netherlands

    323. UK
    324. USA
    [EndOfList]

    joe esquire loves thinks that “Anglo-supremacism” will last for ever, where it is dying before our own eyes.

    joe esquire, like most English, is obsessed with Germany and white people in general. Celtic thingy. Law of Gary Lineker thingy.

    During my last night in London I watched another British Natzi-movie on the telly. One giant propaganda orgy, I had to switch it off. These people are entirely living in the past, like all old people do, shortly before their death.

    I picture joe esquire with the back against the virtual Hadrian Wall, while trying to fence off advancing muslims. The last words that joe esquire uttered were: “but we won WW2!”

    Goodnight joe.

  26. Davy on Thu, 24th Oct 2019 3:02 am 

    “Anglo countries suck at trade, bottom of the barrel and that the “socialist countries” are top of the bill”

    Why then is Europe the sickest of the large economies? LOL. Cloggo as usual cherry picks numbers and determines what numbers to use. He does this because they look good that that makes his side the winner. Cloggo, you are a fraud. When do you ever talk about your sides problems and failures? Hardly ever except where you want to emphasize your white supremacist bullshit.

  27. Davy on Thu, 24th Oct 2019 3:13 am 

    “Europe’s Spending Binge Is Slowing Its Economy”
    https://tinyurl.com/y55bxyjc mises

    “we have empirical evidence showing that massive government spending plans and tax hikes generate the opposite effect: weaker economic growth, higher debt and larger imbalances. The probability of attacking potential growth, worsening public accounts and breaching optimistic estimates is more than high. The empirical evidence of the last fifteen years shows a range of fiscal multipliers of public spending that, when positive, is very poor (below 1) and in most countries, especially with open and indebted economies, the fiscal multiplier of higher government spending has been negative. Fiscal multipliers are particularly negative in times of weakness in public finances, and nobody can deny that the eurozone has exhausted its fiscal space after more than three trillion euro of expansive budgets in a decade. More government spending will not spur growth in economies where the public sector already absorbs more than 40% of the GDP, and where the previous large stimulus plans have generated more debt and stagnation…The problem of the eurozone is not lack of government spending or taxes, but the excess in both. The string of spending increases announced daily in Europe disguise an extremely dangerous bet: that the ECB will bail out the eurozone forever, especially because the diminishing effects of monetary and fiscal policy are evident. Tax cuts will not work either if those are not matched with efficiency improvements and red tape cuts precisely to ensure that public services continue to exist within thirty years. Burdening the private sector with more taxes and increasing an already bloated government spending may lead the eurozone to the Argentine paradox. By ignoring the sources of wealth generation as well as job creation and expelling them with confiscatory and extractive policies all that is achieved is unemployment and stagnation.”

  28. Davy on Thu, 24th Oct 2019 3:25 am 

    This reflects also on China’s investments in the 3rd world like Venezuela and BRI. This is a classic case of spending sprees ending in a haircut. Malinvestment of debt is a bad combination and China has taken it to new levels.

    “The Next Big Seller Are Chinese Firms, Looking To Offload Western Companies”
    https://tinyurl.com/y3m2hvtd zero hedge

    “Before the next recession strikes and valuations reset, who around the world will be the next bagholder? The Chinese have understood in the last several years, it could be them. Their recent acquisitions of foreign companies were paid at hefty premiums, and now, it seems that with an imminent global trade recession, these folks are ready to dump. Bloomberg outlines a significant problem. Since the Chinese overpaid for many foreign companies in the last several years, volatile markets across the world have made it impossible at the moment to sell for the right price. It’s only a matter of time before Chinese firms become forced sellers of Western companies, only to realize that there will be no buyers at the valuations they paid several years ago, as forced selling will then crush valuations.”

  29. Davy on Thu, 24th Oct 2019 3:29 am 

    “Germany’s Economic Downturn Worsens as Job Engine Falters”
    https://tinyurl.com/y3ooog4m Bloomberg

    “Job losses were largely centered in manufacturing, where staffing numbers fell the most by nearly a decade. Service sector job creation also slowed to a 3 1/2-year low. “Hopes of a return to growth in Germany in the final quarter have been somewhat dashed,” said Phil Smith, principal economist at IHS Markit. “Perhaps most concerning are the signs of increasing strain on the domestic economy.”

  30. Cloggie on Thu, 24th Oct 2019 4:04 am 

    Oh dear, here is the true picture of Anglosphere:

    This is a picture of the “Sunswift” team from the university of Sydney. They ended up in the 2nd place in the cruiser class, a sort of family cars impersonation of the World Solar Challenge in Australia. They came behind the #1 Eindhoven, but I digress.

    For those who want to understand why the future of Australia is Asian, just look at the student team:

    https://tinyurl.com/y4xdbvce

    Asian: 36
    Euro: 6

  31. Cloggie on Thu, 24th Oct 2019 4:06 am 

    Regarding the picture im my previous post, it’s bye-bye Australia. You can have it China. Euro’s are strongly advised to return “home”.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BxcNbC64g40

    If Euro’s can go to Australia in the fifties, fleeing from impoverished Europe, a situation in no small measure thanks to imperial resource Australia, they can take the plane back, to Europe or North-America.

    With the picture above, you don’t deserve a country of your own.

    Colonizing Australia will keep the Chinese busy for half a century or so and keep them out of Siberia, giving Europe the chance to recover demographically after the end of the disaster known as empire.

  32. Cloggie on Thu, 24th Oct 2019 4:21 am 

    While empire dave loves to imagine that the economy is the most important aspect of society, the storm clouds are gathering over US society and empire dave his little head.

    In America whites are the new jews (the Hollywood variety jews that is).

    https://whyevolutionistrue.wordpress.com/2017/11/30/texas-college-newspaper-publishes-op-ed-calling-white-dna-an-abomination/

    “Texas college newspaper publishes op-ed calling white DNA an “abomination””

    Here’s an editorial from a Texas State University student newspaper that’s all over right-wing media (ignored by the Left, of course); it’s about why white DNA is “an abomination” and why white people shouldn’t exist.

    Written by a Rudy Martinez.

    For us in continental Europe it should serve as a signal that the Great North-American Land Grab isn’t very far off and that we should prepare to lustfully participate in it. Huge colonies are to be gained!

  33. Cloggie on Thu, 24th Oct 2019 4:34 am 

    “France wants Britain out of the EU ‘within 15 DAYS’ amid splits in Boris Johnson’s Cabinet over whether to call an early general election or try to pass a Brexit deal”

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7608261/France-wants-Britain-EU-15-DAYS-amid-election-splits-Boris-Johnsons-Cabinet.html

    France, Spain, Belgium and increasingly the Netherlands have enough of the eternal Brexit circus. The most loyal ally of the US Merkel, as well as Ireland, want to keep all options open in the hope that Britain can be tied to Europe in the softest possible terms.

    Personally I am gradually moving towards the position that a no deal Brexit risk can be taken and accept that hostilities between the EU and UK will start immediately. The Anglos are imploding anyway world-wide.

  34. Davy on Thu, 24th Oct 2019 4:55 am 

    “Personally I am gradually moving towards the position that a no deal Brexit risk can be taken and accept that hostilities between the EU and UK will start immediately. The Anglos are imploding anyway world-wide.”

    Euroland is already in very poor economic shape. It is the dirtiest shirt economically at the moment. A chaotic Brexit will only harm it that much more causing irreparable damage that could be avoided. Your position that Anglos are imploding is a very simpleton world view. Anglos are a diverse group and do not go together as a block. There is significant integration but no “Anglo”. You are just stuck in 20 century cold war mentality of “siding” when the 21st century is about globalism with interdependence and its end. No side is going to get the upper hand in decline. It will be those sides that adapt best to decline who will see less detrimental consequences. In some way Euroland is doing well in the face of decline but in other ways it is going down the wrong path. One way it is going down the wrong path is increased EU integration instead of decentralization. Financially the EU is at the end of the road of options for further stimulation. Further changes will be destructive with brick walls to further integration economically, socially, and politically. Good luck cloggo with your golden PBM Eurasian future and hello a chaotic dissolving of Eurasia into a mess of competing ideologies. BTW, the US is definitely in decline especially with global leadership where it is in a process of complete failure. Yet, other areas we are seeing strong soft power especially with alternative lifestyles.

  35. Cloggie on Thu, 24th Oct 2019 5:18 am 

    “Euroland is already in very poor economic shape. It is the dirtiest shirt economically at the moment. ”

    Back that up with data if you can. You can’t. You are just foul-mouthing. We are richer than ever before. Just observe the tourism plague.

    “A chaotic Brexit will only harm it that much more causing irreparable damage that could be avoided. Your position that Anglos are imploding is a very simpleton world view. Anglos are a diverse group and do not go together as a block.”

    WE WANT IRREPAIRABLE DAMAGE… to that empire of yours, that is killing white people.

    https://documents1940.wordpress.com/2019/10/24/whites-shouldnt-exist/

    The Anglo Five Eyes are about to be buried geopolitically. Anglos, who arrived at geopolitical pole position by accident, a windfall empire really, because the real giants of the white race, the Germans and the Russians, finished each other off.

    Contribution downfall Germany:

    USSR 80%
    USA 15%
    UK 5%

    (for every American 50 Russians died. Anglos merely made themselves “useful” by bombing defenseless German children).

    But when the empire is really put to the test, like in Afghanistan, Iraq and now Syria, you fail miserably. And everybody on the planet takes notice.

  36. Davy on Thu, 24th Oct 2019 5:26 am 

    “Euroland is already in very poor economic shape. It is the dirtiest shirt economically at the moment. ”Back that up with data if you can. You can’t. You are just foul-mouthing. We are richer than ever before. Just observe the tourism plague.”
    I do routinely. I posted an article today. Did you read it?

    “A chaotic Brexit will only harm it that much more causing irreparable damage that could be avoided. Your position that Anglos are imploding is a very simpleton world view. Anglos are a diverse group and do not go together as a block.” “WE WANT IRREPAIRABLE DAMAGE… to that empire of yours, that is killing white people.”
    Sounds like the cloggo is triggered! Getting upset does not change reality

    “But when the empire is really put to the test, like in Afghanistan, Iraq and now Syria, you fail miserably. And everybody on the planet takes notice.”
    Bid deal, cloggo, these are small events when compared to 21st century of growth. You are grasping at nothing IOW you are a fraud.

  37. Cloggie on Thu, 24th Oct 2019 5:35 am 

    “I do routinely. I posted an article today. Did you read it?”

    As I expected he has no data. I have. Just watch the passenger numbers from Schiphol Airport (80% tourists):

    https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luchthaven_Schiphol

    “Bid deal, cloggo, these are small events when compared to 21st century of growth.”

    The US getting its ass kicked in Vietnam, Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria are small events compared to “21st century of growth”.

    Empty sentence. Smoke screen. You are intentionally saying nothing, only to create the pretext for you to launch the “fraud” word.

    I’m going to enjoy your demise like a 20 meter long Cuban hand-rolled cigar. Give us a call, will ya, if you need help, so we can recolonize you, as you are unable to sustain a first world civilization on your own.

  38. Davy on Thu, 24th Oct 2019 5:50 am 

    “I do routinely. I posted an article today. Did you read it?” As I expected he has no data. I have. Just watch the passenger numbers from Schiphol Airport (80% tourists):”
    Come on cloggo, you are in denial. Big deal on 80% tourist WTF is that? You are a fraud
    Here are some raw numbers for your decline but there is much more if one digs deeper:
    https://tradingeconomics.com/

    “Bid deal, cloggo, these are small events when compared to 21st century of growth.”
    “The US getting its ass kicked in Vietnam, Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria are small events compared to “21st century of growth”.
    Not a big deal cloggo. You are 20 century minded. The US has won almost all its engagements at the tactical level the problem is with the politician’s strategic goals. You are just rasping for great war type battles that define an age. These military conflicts are sideshows to the real world. They are not defining. You are so far into your binary agenda you piece together junk science.

    “Empty sentence. Smoke screen. You are intentionally saying nothing, only to create the pretext for you to launch the “fraud” word.”
    Cloggo, you are here 20/7 saying the same thing over and over. That is fraudulent. There is zero balance and objectivity in your comments. These comments are almost all just cheerleading of a sports fan. You are a joke cloggo plain and simple.

    “I’m going to enjoy your demise like a 20 meter long Cuban hand-rolled cigar. Give us a call, will ya, if you need help, so we can recolonize you, as you are unable to sustain a first world civilization on your own.”
    There you go mr triggered. You are so upset there is steam coming out of your ears. What a fraud and a joke.

  39. Cloggie on Thu, 24th Oct 2019 6:24 am 

    “Come on cloggo, you are in denial. Big deal on 80% tourist WTF is that?”

    Proof that there was no recession in Europe since 2002, apart from that 2008-2009, entirely US-induced, dip.

    In a recession, non-essential air-trips are the first to be cancelled by households.

    I do admit that the economic outlook isn’t very good for Germany, but that is only since 2019.

    But again, it is irrelevant. In the coming few years (until 2030 max.) we are going to witness enormous geopolitical convulsions: the USSR-1991 style downfall of the US empire, CW2, the breakup of the US, EU-Russian rapprochement (enabled by Brexit), the founding of an EU army (enabled by Brexit), the rise of China to planetary pole position, the colonization of Australia by China, the downfall of the House of Saud, ending western colonization in the ME. China invading Taiwan, HK, Ps, Australia.

    The coming decade will be about war (WW3), not the continuation of the western libtard hedonistic consumer paradise.

  40. Cloggie on Thu, 24th Oct 2019 6:39 am 

    You ain’t seen nothing yet!

    https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/theatre-dance/features/wendell-pierce-interview-death-of-a-salesman-racism-trump-meghan-markle-a9168096.html

    “Wendell Pierce: ‘Right-wing nationalism is infectious – it’s going around the world right now like a chronic disease’”

  41. makati1 on Thu, 24th Oct 2019 6:43 am 

    Cloggie, I almost agree with you, with one exception. China is NOT going to invade the Philippines. They are already here. Many of my condo neighbors were Chinese. You know so little about the Philippines and what you do know comes thru the Propaganda mills. Come and visit. You can fly round trip, rent a furnished condo and sight-see for a month for less than 150 euros per day.

    China owns Hong Kong and Taiwan, just like Russia owns the Ukraine. They were and are still part of those countries after hundreds of years. Australia is questionable.

  42. Cloggie on Thu, 24th Oct 2019 6:46 am 

    Center for Immigration Studies – 2001 landmark article by the jew Stephen Steinlight:

    https://cis.org/Report/Jewish-Stake-Americas-Changing-Demography

    “The Jewish Stake in America’s Changing Demography”

    The article btw is a goldmine for Stormfront types, as it confirms everything they have said about j-power.

    Steinlight was warning his fellow heebs that sustained third world immigration could backfire against J-power.

    And he was right!

    Just compare empire dave with anonymouse to get the point.

    More proof that non-whites are not impressed by J-power. Jews are seen as white racists, nothing else:

    https://www.politico.com/news/2019/10/23/maxine-waters-facebook-zuckerberg-055642

    “Maxine Waters slams Zuckerberg, raises specter of breaking up Facebook”

    https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2019/oct/23/mark-zuckerberg-alexandria-ocasio-cortez-facebook-cambridge-analytica

    “Ocasio-Cortez stumps Zuckerberg with questions on far right and Cambridge Analytica”

    This is going to be good!

    #BeerAndPopcorn

    Finally a collapse one can believe in!

    Empire dave and I AM THE MOB going down together… for the benefit of mankind.

  43. Davy on Thu, 24th Oct 2019 8:43 am 

    Cloggo, I am going to laugh as you go down ahead of me. What will be so funny is the look on your face as reality smacks you in the face. LOL.

    #oolong tea and Wasabi Dry Roasted Edamame#

  44. Cloggie on Thu, 24th Oct 2019 8:56 am 

    Gonna be a long wait. You go down first because your demographics are far worse than ours (80% ethnic Dutch, 10% white foreigners, 10% non-whites).

    https://documents1940.wordpress.com/2018/05/21/european-america-is-over/

    The darkies are smelling blood, yours:

    https://documents1940.wordpress.com/2019/10/24/whites-shouldnt-exist/

    If I were you I would begin rehearsing some humility, like “yes, mr European, certainly mr European”, since we are your only hope for keeping you from the Gulag if the left would win.

  45. Hello on Thu, 24th Oct 2019 9:48 am 

    >>>“Euroland is already in very poor economic shape.”

    Not poor enough. Rich is dangerous, it builds sludge tolerance. Europe already has an unhealthy tolerance for sludge. It’s so rich, there’s sludge practically everywhere. It’s a shame. Europe used to be a beautiful place. Before the sludge.

  46. Cloggie on Thu, 24th Oct 2019 10:01 am 

    The Brexit drama continuous:

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7609153/We-stuffed-like-Christmas-turkeys-Tories-warn-Boris-Johnson-December-election-bid.html

    “‘We could be stuffed like Christmas turkeys’: Tory ministers warn Boris Johnson over his ‘Grinch-like’ bid for a December election as Labour finally looks set to back PM’s call for a snap vote if EU insists on a long delay”

    The country is divided 50-50 over the Euro-Anglo issue and that is not going to change, no matter what. BoJo, who I noticed was more than once affectionately referred to as “The Willy of the People” during the pro-EU demonstration in London, last Saturday, has a preference for an early election in which he hopes he will get a smashing victory and can push through any Brexit he likes.

    The former PM mrs May had the same thoughts, yet got an electoral hammering. Could happen to BoJo as well, as he is faced with a wild card in the form of the Brexit party, that has the potential to split the conservative vote.

    Hence the resistance by some Tories to get at least the Brexit done they can get, namely Johnson’s deal with several “amendments” still in the works.

    “A Cabinet minister told The Sun: ‘We’ll lose seats in Scotland and London if it’s all about Brexit, and I can’t see where we’ll pick them up. “

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