[-] yogthos@lemmy.ml 5 points 14 hours ago

How to say you're completely ignorant of the subject you're opining on without saying it directly.

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[-] yogthos@lemmy.ml 1 points 17 hours ago

Given how US efforts for reshoring chip production are going, I think we know who's going to win this race.

[-] yogthos@lemmy.ml 7 points 17 hours ago

The fact that you don't understand how embargoes hurt the economy clearly shows that your opinion can be safely discarded.

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[-] yogthos@lemmy.ml 25 points 17 hours ago

China was supposed to stay at the bottom of the supply chain, but they had the temerity to keep advancing.

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Funny how we went from talking about China collapsing economically to all of a sudden being a major economic threat for the US.

https://archive.ph/XKq7L

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[-] yogthos@lemmy.ml 16 points 22 hours ago

The reason DPRK is a "shithole" now is because the burger empire has been choking off their trade since USSR collapsed. The standard of living back in Soviet days war fairly high, and the economic growth there was solid. The very fact that DPRK managed to keep cohesion and make it through a hard period of sanctions shows that the system fundamentally works. Meanwhile, occupied Korea has no excuse for being a shithole.

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[-] yogthos@lemmy.ml 2 points 22 hours ago

I think that a direct war between NATO and Russia would ultimately lead to a nuclear holocaust. So, hopefully that never happens because we're all going to die horribly in that scenario. However, the key point of the article is that western industry simply isn't oriented towards this sort of war, so whether it unfolds within the territory of Ukraine or as a full on conflict between Russia and NATO, the advantage is on Russia's side in the long run. NATO might make some initial breakthroughs, but it's highly unlikely that NATO could outright defeat Russia quickly, if that doesn't happen then it turns into a logistics game.

The other aspect that's important to keep in mind is China. If Russia was somehow defeated by NATO, then China would be completely surrounded. This is an existential threat from China's perspective, so China would be supporting Russia in terms of logistics and possibly even directly militarily if push comes to shove. China absolutely dwarfs the west in terms of industrial capacity, so in a war of attrition there is no path to victory for NATO.

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[-] yogthos@lemmy.ml 21 points 1 day ago

feel free to go sign up for the foreign legion instead of shitposting here

[-] yogthos@lemmy.ml 24 points 1 day ago

Iran went to UNSC and asked for Israeli attack on their embassy to be condemned, and they stated there would be no response if that happened. Thanks to the burger empire UNSC failed to condemn Israeli attack. Claiming that this is Iran escalating is the height of dishonesty.

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[-] yogthos@lemmy.ml 39 points 1 day ago

It's demonstrably not, but westerners just keep clinging to their failed system lacking the courage and imagination to try anything different.

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