18 Pics: RACE TRAITOR: Charlize Theron is a piece of shit! She is HATED INTENSELY in S.Africa!
She grew up in S.Africa, but now that she‘s a big star in Jewish Hollywood she is utterly disgusting. Look at these photos and you‘ll see what a total TRAITOR she is to Boere-Afrikaners.
[This is some more weak Chinese crap. It's like their stupid balloons that they were using to spy on the USA. The Chinese are not as strong as the Russians despite their massive population size. As you will recall I have raised the issue of the Chinese and Taiwan many many times and I've told you that these weak Chinese fools are too weak as "The world's greatest super power" to invade a tiny island right near their coastline. Maybe I should do a video about the military side of this one day. So these weak Chinese communist assholes send lots of planes around Taiwan to harass the Taiwanese. But they KNOW that if they tried to fight the Taiwanese, they would be torn to shreds, especially if the USA is there. Plus you have Japan and Australia also on the Taiwanese side. The Japanese will hurt those worthless Chinese. So these stupid Chinese make these silly moves as a type of passive-aggressive way of trying to intimidate America. Yeah yeah … the Great Jewish Super Power of China! It's a house of cards. Don't worry about the stupid Chinese. THEY KNOW THEY WILL GET THEIR ASSES KICKED. That's why they are NOT invading Taiwan despite all the big talk about it for years now. Jan]
China’s Defense Minister, Gen. Li Shangfu, justified recent provocative naval actions in the Taiwan Strait during the Shangri-La Dialogue, a top-tier defense forum in Singapore. He framed these actions as a response to perceived attempts by the U.S. and its allies to assert maritime dominance.
Concurrently, U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin vowed to continue patrolling the Taiwan Strait and South China Sea, highlighting them as international waters, in contradiction to Beijing’s expansive territorial claims.
The debate has escalated after a Chinese warship crossed the path of a U.S. destroyer and a Canadian frigate, and a Chinese J-16 fighter jet executed an aggressive intercept of a U.S. Air Force reconnaissance aircraft. Such actions have amplified concerns about potential accidents that could incite a broader conflict.
Despite being under U.S. sanctions, Gen. Li remains engaged in international dialogues but declined private discussions with Austin. He emphasized that communication must be based on "mutual respect" and urged both nations to work on improving relations, stating they were at an all-time low.
Deeper Dive: The Implications
The escalation of such military posturing in the Taiwan Strait, particularly China’s justification for its recent maneuvers, underscores the potential for miscalculations and accidents that could rapidly deteriorate the already tense U.S.-China relationship.
These developments emphasize the criticality of mutual respect and communication in managing and mitigating risks. They also underscore the challenges in balancing the principle of freedom of maritime navigation with the complexities of geopolitical tensions in a region where national interests and territorial claims often collide.
Furthermore, these events highlight the significant role of diplomatic dialogues and engagements, such as the Shangri-La Dialogue, in defusing tensions, enhancing mutual understanding, and promoting peace and stability in the region. They also underscore the necessity for military professionals to remain vigilant, adaptive, and prepared for evolving strategic challenges.
Zimbabwe: Cops hunting for a Black man who had sex with his neighbours Donkey!
If you think we whites have problems, you have no idea what the blacks get up to. Some years ago I came across stories of blacks in Soweto, South Africa having sex with dogs. In this story, Police in Zimbabwe are looking for a Gutu man who was caught having sex with his neighbour‘s donkey.