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OrangeElvis [S] 3 points ago +3 / -0

The allegations are not "vague". They list names, companies, government agencies and non-profits. They have receipts. Are they legit? Won't know until it is investigated by some neutral parties. However, the accusations are noteworthy and the blackout by the media is total.

Neonentity 2 points ago +2 / -0

And the panic from the derpstate is something to behold. U2 concerts! Every asshoe in dc parading back and forth…unquestioned spending…

gillonba 0 points ago +1 / -1

I asked

What are the violations?

and you provided none of those things. I'm not getting upset over info I don't have

OrangeElvis [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

I see. This is the tactic of the left - "show me a double blind, peer-reviewed study proving ___". I give you the actual report presented to the UN security council and cite the international treaty that spells out what is illegal. You have what you need to connect the dots.

I really couldn't care less what you get upset about because you seem fairly motivated to shit on any evidence that our government has been behaving like an evil regime.

gillonba 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'm asking for the tldr; because I'm not spending my time reading your study unless it has something interesting to say, and it sounds like it doesn't. Considering you don't seem to be getting much engagement from anyone else here, it sounds like no one else things you've made that case either. But good luck with your crusade, it's good someone's paying attention to this kind of thing in case something interesting does pop up

OrangeElvis [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

There has been plenty of traffic on the Ukrainian biolabs bombed by Russia at the outset of the war in Ukraine. This is the supposed result of what Russia gathered from some of those sites.

My experience is that link posts get less traffic than pictures, so perhaps I will try again - and add a "BOMBSHELL" to the title. It is pretty "reddit" of you to care about the number of likes and comments rather than the actual transcript of the presentation (which you didn't read).