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#1 Atossa

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Posted 21 March 2017 - 03:30 AM



N.K. agrees with Russia to expand labor exports


2017-03-21


" The two countries intensively discussed an issue involving the North's labor exports during a meeting of their joint working group in Pyongyang Friday," Radio Free Asia said, citing a Facebook account of the Russian Embassy in the North Korean capital. The (North) Korean Central News Agency also made the same report Friday."


" SEOUL, March 21 (Yonhap) -- North Korea has recently concluded an agreement with Russia to expand the shipment of its workers to the Eurasian country despite the escalating U.N. sanctions on the North's nuclear and missile provocations, a U.S. broadcaster reported Tuesday.

Ri Kwang-gun, vice minister of the North's External Economic Relations, and Dmitri Demidenko, deputy head of the Russian Interior Ministry's General Bureau of Emigration Affairs, signed a protocol to that effect at the meeting, the broadcaster said.

One of the major agenda items was a language proficiency test for North Korean workers who are to be sent to Russia, according to the broadcaster.

To that end, the two sides agreed to expand cooperation between the Pyongyang University of Foreign Studies and Pushkin State Russian Language Institute, it added.

Russia has required migrant workers to take language and history tests for their entry since 2015.

Russia's move to expand the imports of North Korean workers, a main source of foreign currency for the North's nuclear development, is squarely contradictory to the international community's efforts to block such exports.

At present, some 30,000 North Korean workers are estimated to be in Russia, with most of them in the logging, mining and construction sectors.

The two nations signed a protocol on North Koreans' temporary work in Russia in 2007.
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#2 Atossa

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Posted 29 March 2017 - 09:17 PM





Not only does Putin praise and promote antichrist JEWS... and in addition
to Putin glorifying JEW-bolsheviks every year with a jew-bolshevik victory
red army parade... Putin promotes the jew-bolshevik love of third worlders,
fostering non-white invasion and destruction of Aryan Christian nations...
including his own.

Article at link says non-white Vietnamese are part of Poland's population...
and that is just the "biggest non-white ethnic group in Poland" so there
are other groups of non-whites in Poland. The article also says non-whites
invaded the country during the jew-bolshevik era... the western jew/nwo JEWS
and the eastern jew-bolshevik JEWS have that in common... both east and west
JEWS love to mongrelize and destroy Aryan Christian nations they rule.


The biggest non-white ethnic group in Poland are the Vietnamese
mostly a legacy of past ties and student exchanges during the Communist era



http://engforum.prav...i/#entry2681737


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#3 Zharkov

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Posted 29 March 2017 - 11:17 PM

Are there jobs that even a Russian won't do?

 

Or is it a matter of really cheap labor?

 

Possibly both?

 

In ancient times, adventurous North Koreans passed through Russia on their way across the Baring Strait to Alaska, to become our modern Eskimo population.   All the fat ones stayed home.   


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Posted 30 March 2017 - 01:10 AM

Are there jobs that even a Russian won't do?

Or is it a matter of really cheap labor?




If you can believe the western media...
Russians are too drunk or drugged out.

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Posted 30 March 2017 - 02:03 AM




That's how it starts... non-white cheap labor brought in by greedy capitalists
who care more for filthy lucre than the racial, religious and cultural foundation
of the nation. Then the jew/nwo cultural marxists will promote the non-whites
and they will take jobs away from White Europeans... then the non-whites will
hold official positions of power... and when Whites finally wake up, it will be
too late... they will have been totally disinherited in their own lands.

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Posted 30 March 2017 - 02:17 AM

Kind of amounts to a welfare scheme, doesn't it? Russia does this to give NK money so they can keep developing nukes and related tech. I don't see that Russia is getting much out of this, apart from spiting the US and others.


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Posted 30 March 2017 - 02:21 AM




JEW/nwo JEW-bolsheviks manipulate the non-white hordes of the earth...
and are using them to totally destroy Aryan Christian civilization.

In Bible prophecy... the last battle is when Gog/Magog sends the world's
hordes against God's People, Aryan European Christians.

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#8 Zharkov

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Posted 30 March 2017 - 02:32 AM

Russians need jobs too.   I don't agree with importing workers when you have unemployed people living on the streets and in poverty in small villages.

Most other countries have laws that require hiring their own citizens first before a foreign citizen can be employed.

America is an exception of course.   We don't care who has a job, as long as they work for slave wages.


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Posted 30 March 2017 - 03:22 AM

Russians need jobs too.   I don't agree with importing workers when you have unemployed people living on the streets and in poverty in small villages.

Most other countries have laws that require hiring their own citizens first before a foreign citizen can be employed.

America is an exception of course.   We don't care who has a job, as long as they work for slave wages.

 

Oh, we have laws, of course. It's just that they're not always properly enforced.


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#10 Zharkov

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Posted 30 March 2017 - 01:38 PM

 

Oh, we have laws, of course. It's just that they're not always properly enforced.

 

Sanctuary cities make that impossible.    The feds can't know who works off the books or not, because there is no reporting going on.

If a law is seldom enforced, is it still "a law"?    Only technically.    Laws that are not enforced are eventually ignored and then abolished.

That was the Obama plan for immigration - first refuse to enforce quotas and immigration law, order ICE to ignore it, and eventually Congress will abolish it.

The agenda to tear America down and then tear it apart has been interrupted by the Trump election.


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Posted 30 March 2017 - 01:43 PM

I think Atossa's question is whether Putin is doing to Russia what Obama did to America?

 

Has Putin become an agent for the dismemberment of Russia?

 

I doubt it.    The labor deal is more an economic one than a genocidal one.   

 

The Obama plan was genocidal.   He was flooding the country with foreign citizens, the very definition of genocide.

 

The inflow of aliens disrupted society, changed our culture, and brought in almost 60 million foreign citizens many of whom prefer socialism because that is the system from which they came.    So the plan would have virtually eliminated any chance of a Republican conservative getting elected.


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#12 Atossa

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Posted 30 March 2017 - 06:09 PM


Has Putin become an agent for the dismemberment of Russia?

I doubt it. The labor deal is more an economic one than a genocidal one.




Why do you separate money from politics from the evil cultural marxist social agenda...
jew-oligarchs and their toady politicians who misrule the planet certainly don't.

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Posted 30 March 2017 - 06:24 PM

Nikolai Starikov and the Problem of History
October 24, 2015 PaulR

 

The following is a guest post by Paul Grenier:

People who care about Russia – its culture, its history and traditions, and, most importantly, its people – have had reason to feel fearful and frustrated in recent years.  Among other reasons because the media in the United States has gotten into one of its by-now all-too-familiar campaigns of simplification and demonization of a foreign country and its leader. Such campaigns (remember Nicaragua? Iraq? Libya?) usually signal that the US government is getting itself ready for the attack.

 

It was in such a context, about a year ago, that Russia Insider came on the scene. Initially it shared lots of tongue-in-cheek articles, often ridiculing simplistic caricatures of Russia in Western media.  It also included thoughtful analyses — some of them reprints from other sources, others by its own regular writers.  Reprints of my own work have appeared there on a few occasions.

 

Here’s the thing, though.  A recent article in Russia Insider, Nikolai Starikov’s “Why Russia Should Not Repent for Her Past” (Russia Insider, October, 2015), has got me wondering about, first of all, whether Russia Insider isn’t straying into dangerous territory; and secondly, whether we think clearly enough about what it is in Russia that deserves our respect.

 

Problems of History

 

We all know that ‘history is written by the victors.’  Readers of Russia Insider doubtless include many who accept this well-known saying and are therefore skeptical of official narratives.   Indeed, I would include myself among the skeptical.  And why not?  After all, quite a bit that we have been told by ‘reputable sources’ in the United States over recent decades has turned out not to be true.  And for some reason we tend to find out only after such knowledge is no longer of any practical use (Tonkin Gulf, Contra drug running, weapons of mass destruction, etc.).

 

Pervasive skepticism, however, raises its own difficulties, especially for those of us whose understanding of history boils down to being a matter of whom we can trust.  How can the non-professional historian respond to the complex uncertainties of history?  There is a temptation to conclude that the search for historical truth is altogether vain; that history is a game to be played for political gain, and nothing more.  That what we need to do, instead, is accept whichever version of ‘truth’ is most advantageous to ‘our side’.

 

This latter course is the one chosen by Nikolai Starikov.  Let’s take a quick look at his historical methodology — for example, as regards the once-controversial question about who was responsible for the Katyn massacre of Polish officers during WWII.  Reputable historians in and outside of Russia have long been convinced that the evidence proves beyond reasonable doubt that it was Stalin’s regime that carried out the massacres.  Starikov calls this “a lie.”

His reasoning (if the word ‘reasoning’ is warranted here) completely ignores the question of evidence. He is concerned only with political consequences.

 

“Repentance” for Katyn, writes Starikov, “would bring nothing but problems.”  Accepting “the lie” that the Polish officers at Katyn were executed on Stalin’s order rather than by the Nazis has had a bad influence on Russia’s relations with Poland, Starikov writes.  The “lie” and the disadvantage, for him, are one and the same.

 

Indeed, his methodology is blatantly consequentialist. If “de-Stalinization” is harmful, then the right approach is to accept an extreme historicism which dismisses Stalin’s mass repressions as “triggered … by the realities of the period” in which he lived. For a ‘historian,’ Starikov demonstrates remarkable indifference to history. 

 

“Politics, especially international politics,” he writes, “is always a complicated matter. There is no objective morality here, just ourselves and our allies set against foreign and domestic enemies who wish to dominate and rob us [emphasis mine].” History is politics continued by other means, and an ugly politics at that.

It is true that Starikov is not the only one playing this game.  Machiavellis in the U.S. are also quite capable of picking and choosing which aspects of history to focus on, which demons to demonize, and then using this selective history as a political tool.

 

Political power does ‘complicate’ the quest for truth.  Does this mean that we cannot know who actually was guilty of the Katyn massacres?  Does it mean we cannot know the truth of any of the various other controversial incidents in history? To an extent, it depends on luck. Sometimes the right documents fall into the right hands at a propitious political moment, and we find out. Such was the case with Katyn. We know that this massacre was perpetrated by the USSR.  But at other times, as the pessimist Simone Weil once wrote, “ … according to the nature of things, documents originate among the powerful ones, the conquerors. History, therefore, is nothing but a combination of the depositions made by assassins with respect to their victims and themselves.”

 

The truth of history can only be known within an atmosphere that actually cares for the truth as the most important thing. It is only in such a milieu that the methods of professional historical inquiry can produce their results.

 

Without the Truth, Why Should We Care?

Is it possible that Starikov is right, then, after all? If all sides are playing political games, why shouldn’t Russia as well – and beat the others at their own game?

Well, for one thing, it is not true that other countries are always so eager to tell lies about their own histories. But let’s set all that aside. For the sake of argument, let’s assume that the cynicism is just as rampant as Starikov and his supporters (including many on the comment thread of his article appearing in Russia Insider) suppose. What then? According to this logic, all we need ever say about the history of Russia, is what is to Russia’s advantage. And all we need ever say, by extension, about the United States (or any other country) is what is to the advantage of those countries. The ‘truth,’ such as it is, in such a world, can only ever be determined by the victors, in other words, by the strongest. And as the passage from Simone Weil suggests, such is sometimes the only ‘truth’ we get our hands on: the ‘truth’ of the victors.

 

The question to ask at this point, however, is this: why should we care about such a ‘truth’?  Why should we care about a country concerned with nothing more than the extension of its own power?  Is it possible to love such a country?

 

History, the truth of history, is not a game, after all; it is our only contact with reality. Starikov far too lightly discards the truth as a matter of any interest. (In this respect too, unfortunately, he is far from unique.) But as a consequence of this indifference, there remains no Russia left that a person can love. For as Simone Weil also pointed out, love and truth form a unity. It is impossible to love a Russia woven of a fabric of lies. “What one loves is something which exists,” wrote Weil, and about which, therefore, one can know the truth. Starikov’s project, by contrast, depends on building Russia’s future on a foundation of lies and the praise of force.

Ironically, Starikov’s brand of Russian exceptionalism flounders on this very logic. As I have argued elsewhere, to the extent that a culture is merely liberal, to that same extent it reduces the political idea precisely to self-interest and force. Starikov’s Russia, far from presenting an alternative logic, serves up the same old same old, only this time with a collectivist tinge.

 

I can only speak for myself. What I find attractive in Russia is something very different. The Russia I respect is not merely and impractically anti-liberal (self-interest, after all, is not something to be simply rejected); it is a Russia that remains devoted to the best of its own traditions, which are more than merely liberal. Russia at its best is capable of admitting its past sins honestly, without rejecting its Christian and, if I may put it this way, its Platonic heritage.

 

Happily, such honesty can be found in the stance of the Russian government itself. To Starikov’s great chagrin, it was the Russian government that recently declared that “Russia cannot fully become a state governed by the rule of law and occupy a leading role in the world community without immortalizing the memory of many millions of its citizens who were the victims of mass repressions.”

 

It is worth noting, in this same connection, that Russian president Vladimir Putin has a well-known high regard for Ivan Ilyin, the Russian legal scholar and philosopher. At a recent conference held in Moscow and attended by Russian senators, one of the organizers quoted Ilyin on the subject of patriotism:

“There is no person, and there is no nation, who can be the unique locus of the spirit, for the spirit lives in all people and in all nations. To fail to see this is to be morally blind and therefore deprived of both patriotism and legal consciousness. Such a path of spiritual blindness is truly a non-ethical path, one having nothing in common with love for one’s native land; because true patriotism is not a blind but a seeing form of love … ”


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#14 Atossa

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Posted 30 March 2017 - 06:58 PM


I think Atossa's question is whether Putin is doing to Russia what Obama did to America?




Obviously you pay little attention to what Atossa posts... or you would already know
that the evil satanic antichrist jew/nwo jew-bolsheviks have been conducting their
global revolution to destroy God's Aryan European Christ-bearing people since their
20th century double-regicides [Nicholas and Hitler.]


Here is my detailed summary of how the USA was destroyed long before Obama...
Obama was the mongrel icing on the jew/nwo jew-bolshevik poisoned cake.


After WW2, after destroying Aryan Christian Germany... and stupid Aryan Christians who fought and died for the allied
jew/nwo... the satanic antichrist jew/nwo began the systematic destruction of God's Aryan Christ-bearing people worldwide.

Truman began with race-mixing the US military and schools on military bases.

After General Eisenhower destroyed German Aryans... President Eisenhower destroyed American Aryans
by using the same armed 101 Airborne he used to destroy Germans to FORCE race-mixing in US public schools.

Next came government ban of Christian prayer in public schools.

Next came government supported black civil rights.

Next, US immigration laws were changed from favoring European Christians to favoring mongrel third worlders.

Next came government legalization of miscegenation, abortion and homosexuality.

All this was accompanied by antichrist jew/nwo media promotion of anti-Christ anti-family race-mixing, immorality
and perversion.

The US conducted a foreign policy of no-win third world wars to destroy noble young Aryan Christian men
who should have been fighting the evil jew/nwo to save Aryan Christendom.

The US government fostered wars and revolutions to make the jew/nwo oligarchy rich while increasing public debt.

At the same time... US industry was outsourced to third world nations... US economy became service and consumer driven.
The US work force became service-oriented and consumerism led to personal indebtedness.

All this led to Aryan Christian middle-class decline and destruction... racially, morally, spiritually and economically.

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