Fooled Ya! Sexy White Dragon Maid Cosplayer is Actually a Chinese Guy

DRAGON MAID.

The following photos are published as a warning to men the world over who wish to avoid being fooled by transgender “women,” who are becoming more numerous with each passing day.

There is a mass insanity that has the West in its grip. These photos, apparently out of China, show that the East is experiencing the same thing.

The cute white girl here is an Asian male. Enough said.

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Not that I ever prefer trannies, but when they come into view, I prefer them to have a distinctly masculine look, like this one:

It’s just an opinion, but mine is that cosplayers are mentally off.

Shocking Revelations about What Would Happen if a New Korean War Broke Out

Eric Margolis, who has been to Panmunjom, offers a scenario in which 250,000 Americans are killed and Tokyo is hit be a nuclear missile, among other things.

Excerpt from Lew Rockwell

What would war between the US and North Korea mean? A very grim scenario if it occurs.

The US has nearly 80,000 military personnel in South Korea and Japan, as well as more war-fighting units in Guam, which the US conquered from Spain in 1898. The US 7th Fleet patrols the region, armed with tactical nuclear weapons. US nukes are also based in South Korea and Guam. As we recently saw, US heavy B-1 and B-52 bombers can fly from North America to Korea.

South Korea has a formidable, 600,000-man army equipped with state of the art weapons. I’ve been up on the DMZ with the 2nd ROK division. As an old soldier, I was very impressed by their skill and warlike spirit.

North Korea’s one million-man armed force is large but obsolescent. Its great strength in heavy artillery partly compensates for its totally obsolete, 1960’s vintage air force. Key combat elements of the DPRK army are dug deep into the rocky hills just north of the DMZ, with thousands of heavy North Korean guns facing south. In the event of war, the North claims it will destroy South Korea’s capital, Seoul, that is only 30km away and has 20 million residents.

US estimates of war in Korea made a decade ago, suggest America would incur 250,000 casualties in a war that would cost one million Korean deaths. That’s why the US has shied away from the direct attack on North Korea. Unlike Iraqis, Syrians, Libyans and Somalis, North Koreans know how to fight back and are amply armed for a defensive war.

The US would certainly be tempted to use tactical nuclear weapons against North Korean troops and guns deeply dug into the mountainous terrain. Without them, air power, America’s usual trump card, would lose much of its destructive potential. No doubt, all North Korea would be ravaged by US air power, as it was during the 1950’s Korean War. South Korea plans massive air, missile and commando attacks on North Korean military HQ and against leader Kim Jung-un’s hideaway.

US war plans call for amphibious landings along North Korea’s long, vulnerable coastline. This threat forces the North to deploy large numbers of regular army and militia troops on both coasts.

North Korea’s air force and little navy would be vaporized on the first day of hostilities. But it is likely that the DPRK would be able to fire a score or more of medium-ranged missiles at Japan. If the war goes nuclear, Japan looks almost certain to suffer a nuclear attack, along with Guam. Tokyo and Osaka are prime targets.

North Korean forces might be able to push south to Seoul, but likely no further in the face of fierce attacks by the US and South Korean air power operating from bases further south. The North’s powerful commando force of some 100,000 troops would attack key South Korean targets, including its vital air bases shared with the US. Such raids would be highly disruptive but not decisive unless the DPRK used chemical and/or biological weapons to shut down South Korea’s air bases and its ports at Busan and Inchon.

The US and South Korea could certainly win such a war but it would be very bloody and expensive. There would be the threat of Chinese military intervention if it appeared the US was about to occupy North Korea. Russia is right next door.

Secretary Tillerson, please leave war threats to the generals and start practicing some active diplomacy with the North. If ever a war was not needed, it’s here.

Sputnik News just published an article detailing American military strategy in the event of war.

Link to Wikipedia entry on Korean War

Tillerson Talks Tough on North Korea

U.S. SECRETARY OF STATE REX TILLERSON VISITS THE BORDER BETWEEN THE TWO KOREAS.

Sabre rattling has been the order of the day in Asia.

War with North Korea does not appear to be imminent, but is in no way ready to be ruled out.

The difficulty is whether an American attack on North Korean military facilities would lead to deadly retaliation against South Korea. Then, there’s the question of whether China would join with North Korea. If so, we could be staring at World War III.

CBS News

In South Korea, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the U.S. would not rule out use of force to confront a growing nuclear threat from North Korea.

The last two times North Korea fired off missiles – a multiple launch earlier this month and a more advanced model in February – U.S. intelligence was caught by surprise. North Korea’s increasing ability to launch without warning is one reason Secretary of State Tillerson overturned two decades of U.S. policy toward North Korea.

“Let me be very clear: The policy of strategic patience has ended. We are exploring a new range of diplomatic, security and economic measures,” Tillerson said Friday after visiting the heavily militarized border between the rival Koreas.

Strategic patience is the diplomatic way of saying the U.S. has relied on economic sanctions, covert sabotage, and cyber attacks to make it difficult for North Korea to develop nuclear weapons.

But as President Trump put it in a tweet: “North Korea is behaving very badly. They have been ‘playing’ the united states for years.”

Following a visit to the DMZ dividing the two Koreas, Secretary Tillerson said in effect “no more games” — and raised the threat of a pre-emptive strike against the north.

“If they elevate the threat of their weapons program to a level that we believe requires action, that option is on the table,” he said.

But a preemptive strike would almost certainly result in massive loss of life by triggering a North Korean artillery barrage on the South Korean capital of Seoul.

Secretary Tillerson will travel next to Beijing in an effort to convince President Xi to use his country’s economic leverage to pressure North Korea into giving up its weapons program.

But, according to the president’s tweet, “China has done little to help.”

Secretary Tillerson said “all options are on the table.” But a Defense Dept. official added “none of them are good options.”

This video offers the testimony of a North Korean woman about life in her country. Is she for real or an actress?

Henry Makow lays out Korean history and explains why the globalists have created the Korean schism in order to advance their cause.

Here’s a question for you to consider. Is this little fat boy really crazy or is he an actor playing a role, bought and paid for by (((them?))) Or do (((they))) want him gone in order to exploit his country?

Given what we’ve learned through Wikileaks, it’s clear that there’s layer upon layer of deception in the Deep State. It seems there’s no way to determine if we will ever reach the ultimate truth.

One more thing. This CNBC op-ed raises the question of whether the tough talk is aimed at China. The author notes that tougher sanctions on North Korea will force China to expend its resources on keeping North Korea afloat.

China’s Government Works to Preserve Chinese Identity from Islam

The Chinese Communists like American President Donald Trump’s policies to prevent Islamic extremism from taking further root in America.

They also recognize that promoting a Chinese racial identity is important to keep Eastern civilization from being corrupted by a foreign ideology, the ideology of Islam.

If only the American government and European governments were so wise. White identity is a cause that we must speak of only in whispers lest we be labeled racist hate mongers. China marches to the beat of its own Chinese supremacist drummer.

Al Jazeera

China’s ruling Communist Party has hardened its rhetoric on Islam, with top officials making repeated warnings about the specter of global religious “extremism” seeping into the country, and the need to protect traditional Chinese identity.

Shaerheti Ahan, a top party official in Xinjiang, on Sunday became the latest official from a predominantly Muslim region to warn political leaders gathered in Beijing that the “international anti-terror situation” is destabilising China.

Officials from Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, which has an ethnic Hui population that is predominantly Muslim, warned similarly this past week about the perils of “Islamic extremism”.

Speaking at a regional meeting open to the media, Ningxia Communist Party secretary Li Jianguo drew comparisons to the policies of US President Donald Trump’s administration to make his point.

“What the Islamic State and extremists push is jihad, terror, violence,” Li said. “This is why we see Trump targeting Muslims in a travel ban.

“It doesn’t matter whether anti-Muslim policy is in the interests of the US or it promotes stability, it’s about preventing religious extremism from seeping into all of American culture.”

Over the past year, President Xi Jinping has directed the party to “Sinicise” the country’s ethnic and religious minorities.

Regional leaders in Xinjiang, home to the Muslim Uighur ethnic minority, have also ramped up surveillance measures, police patrols and demonstrations amid fear of violence blamed on Muslim groups.

Although some scholars question whether global armed networks have penetrated China, top Chinese officials are increasingly echoing calls to counter “extremism”.

News of growing anti-Islam sentiment come as the South China Morning Post published a story about the growing popularity of similar anti-Islam expressions online targeting young Chinese Muslims.

Wu Shimin, a former ethnic affairs official from Ningxia, said that ideological work must be strengthened in the region to promote a Chinese identity among its Hui population, the descendants of Muslim traders plying the Silk Road centuries ago.

“The roots of the Hui are in China,” Wu said. “To discuss religious consciousness, we must first discuss Chinese consciousness. To discuss the feelings of minorities, we must first discuss the feelings of the Chinese people.”

THESE HUI MUSLIMS IN CHINA LOOK CHINESE TO ME.

The Uighar Muslims of China also look like the Chinese. However, the Chinese government has had to deal with unrest among that group too.

UIGHAR MUSLIMS IN CHINA.

Report: Trump Sees Opening to Work a Deal with North Korea!

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Well, this is a surprise.

How would the Trump administration approach making peace with North Korea? It’s not been on top of the news cycle because President Trump hasn’t talked about it much.

NOLA

By The Washington Post
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia – Preparations are underway to bring senior North Korean representatives to the United States for talks with former American officials, the first such meeting in more than five years and a sign that Pyongyang sees a potential opening with the Trump administration.

Arranging the talks has become a lot more complicated over the past eight days, with North Korea testing a ballistic missile and the assassination of Kim Jong Un’s half brother in Malaysia, an act that many suspect was ordered by the leader of North Korea. Malaysian police on Sunday named as suspects four North Koreans who left the country on the day of the attack.

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China Men Fight Muzzie P*ssy Grabbers on Train (Video)

Follow up: Police arrest the Muzzies. In the West, the white guys fighting the Muzzie vermin would be arrested.

Inspirational Proverb of the Day: One from China