"China Will Not Hesitate To Protect Iran Even With A Third World War"

Tyler Durden's picture

Fast forward to 2:08: "It is puzzling to some that Major General Zhang Zhaozhong, a professor from the Chinese National Defense University, said China will not hesitate to protect Iran even with a third World War... Professor Xia Ming: "Zhang Zhaozhong said that not hesitating to fight a third world war would be entirely for domestic political needs...." And don't forget Russia, which recently said it is preparing to retaliate against NATO and has put radar stations on combat alert: "Russia is another ally of Iran, with similar policy to that of China. Toward Iran." Watch, and please forward the entire video, for an explanation of how China is approaching the situation not only in Iran, but a perspective of how they view the western "threat", as well as what tensions they face domestically.

h/t Scrataliano

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Zero Govt's picture

Let's friggin hope so

i for one am sick to the back teeth of one gobby spineless twat (US President) after another calling on God to "bless" them starting yet another illegal false-flag war against yet another weak low-tek defenceless country

the best deterrent is muscle ...China and Russia are big enough to keep the retarded Yank war machine in its seats thinking long and hard ...looks like Americas bully boy days are over (fingers crossed)

onthesquare's picture

If US screws with China then it will be so long to made in Chinese crap.  The US will have to make everything themselves or get it from their friends, if they have any.  North America will have to support itself.  No exporting and no importing...Hey this may be worth a try.

prole's picture

Since (my guess- 25%?) of the productive Americans (the Americans who are productive) already support multiple redundant armies of parasites:

1- Actual Military or Foreign legion

2- Police state apparatus.

3- Those beaurocrats who are unarmed=  paid by the .gov who pretends to work and does not carry a gun.

4- Welfare State which means those paid by the .gov who do not have to pretend to work

5- Our overseas masters and their little oasis.

So considering 25% of Americans can support multiple layers of harmful parasites and themselves, I think they could support America itself, if they suddenly had to. (like they don't already?)

Westcoastliberal's picture

Uh Oh.  Here comes the Mother of all EMP's.

scatterbrains's picture

could an EMP repel a PPT HFT ?


CClarity's picture

I certainly hope there is some mis-translation if this is a legit video.

OT - What the hell is that dingleberry hanging around Maria's neck today?  Symbol of . . . . ?

Cleanclog's picture


  1. vulgar. A particle of fecal matter attached to the anal hair.
  2. vulgar. A foolish or inept person.
CrockettAlmanac.com's picture

Q. Why are there no toilets on Star Trek?

A. Because they use phasers to zap the Klingons.

Joeman34's picture

What do toilette paper and the starship enterprise have in common?


They both circle Uranus looking for Klingons


smiler03's picture

How quaint, "toilette" paper ;O)

smlbizman's picture

she seems to have more shit in her mouth today than usual.......

TeamDepends's picture

The essential act of war is destruction, not necessarily of human lives, but of the products of human labor.

Orwell  1984

NotApplicable's picture

As once the products are all gone, the lives take care of themselves.

lolmao500's picture

So Orwell was like Krugman? War and destruction of goods is bullish since it means you need to replace the stuff, creating jobs!

Krugman and Keynesianism, right out of 1984!

CrockettAlmanac.com's picture

No. Orwell was saying that those who think like Krugman are wrong about war.

knukles's picture

Those who think like Krugman are just plain fucking wrong.

BKbroiler's picture

Zorg: Life, which you so nobly serve, comes from destruction, disorder and chaos. Now take this empty glass. Here it is: peaceful, serene, boring. But if it is destroyed 
[Pushes the glass off the table. It shatter on the floor, and several small machines come out to clean it up
Zorg: Look at all these little things! So busy now! Notice how each one is useful. A lovely ballet ensues, so full of form and color. Now, think about all those people that created them. Technicians, engineers, hundreds of people, who will be able to feed their children tonight, so those children can grow up big and strong and have little teeny children of their own, and so on and so forth. Thus, adding to the great chain of life. You see, father, by causing a little destruction, I am in fact encouraging life. In reality, you and I are in the same business. 



Manthong's picture

Thanks for bringing that up..

I did not immediately associate Zorg with the Krugmanian flood fallacy. 

Ricky Bobby's picture

That was a great scene but I could never get milla jovovich out of my mind.

prole's picture

Zorg is championing the broken window fallacy perfectly non?

The act of breaking a glass or window, actual loss is the only result. After all the robot maids dance, the only result is productive robot time wasted and a perfectly good item, a glass, is lost.

Digging holes and refilling them would be better, only wasting time (like government work lol) but causing no actual harm. (Of course I'm wrong on that last point)

Zorg is a total idiot and 100% wrong. Destruction, disorder and chaos bring poverty famine and death. If people who think like him would smash their own head that would be the only destruction that actually helps the world.

Work labor and toil build roofs to cover heads from the rain and grow crops that feed hungry mouths.


el Gallinazo's picture

Read the god damn book! It is the training manual for the NWO.

Coronal Mass Ejaculation's picture

1984...sigh...almost 30 years ahead of it's time...

muckraker's picture

Have you even read 1984? It was Orwell's scathing indictment of what he saw as the emergence of totalitarian societies throughout the world and how he envisioned the world in the year 1984 (written in 1949). Believe it or not Orwell was not advocating for the dystopia he portrays in his novel. 1984 is didactic rather than exemplary.

1835jackson's picture

Long Nuclear War Heads....gulp!

Minoan's picture

Only roaches and bankers will survive.

Sweet Chicken's picture

There's an extermination service for roaches?!?

Milestones's picture

Franz Kafka will never write a book about one of them (Actually I think in the Metamorphosis it was a beatle)    Milestones

Global Hunter's picture

Keith Richards too but for different reasons.

Zero Govt's picture

his immune system is hardened like no other to any chemical or biological weaponary... par excellence from 40 years of the Stones (Stones by name, stoned by nature)

GOSPLAN HERO's picture

just a shit talker.

Thomas's picture

Fastest moderator delete in history. Hardly had time to give that guy a thumbs down.

Messianic's picture

That was about the most hilariously retarded post i've ever seen here.

Coronal Mass Ejaculation's picture

That is definitely what I would call a severe case of adult ADHD...LOL

DavidPierre's picture



Bon débarras... poubelles mauvaise!

Black Forest's picture

Good news. Buy AAPL.

wisefool's picture

Can we please find the price it will take to get Krugman to retire from public life? I feel like my avatar from a different movie... Paul "we need a war" Krugman is basically the Joker in Batman The Dark Knight.

el Gallinazo's picture

Yeah, we need the war, but he has to be politically correct as well, writing for the Toilet Paper of Record and "teaching" in Princeton.   So the war has to be with really ugly fucking aliens with testicles, I mean tentacles, bigger than Lord Blankfein's.  

wisefool's picture

@ Ms. Erable (below) I am one of these ultraNONviolence types. But I can understand peoples rage. I would offer for the agressive types that it is better to stop bad actors, but let them suffer the exposition of their acts as long as possible. 

@ el Gallinazo

Wait a minute. Thats it! Can we get some Ivy League economics/law review to

Publish the following article:

Macro Economic Aspects of when a person wins two Nobel prizes in Econ will basically save the world.

Chapter 1. I retire

The End. Paul Krugman, PhD.

Get the Nobel committee to rubber stamp it, Give him the prize for 2012. The aliens do nasty probes on human during recon missions. I do not want to know what they would do to us during Krugman's war.

Ms. Erable's picture

It'd cost about 40 cents to retire Krugman, but only if you use the cheap .30cal rounds.

Sudden Debt's picture




alagon's picture

If WW3 occurs, I'll move to Canada with my chest of gold.

Al Huxley's picture

Yes, nuclear winter will be much more bearable in Canada.