Owning far-flung islands can never be map gore.
The protesters also called for Brazil's Congress and Supreme Court to be shut down, and for decree AI-5 – issued by the Brazilian military dictatorship in 1968 — to be reinstated. It had allowed the junta, which governed the country from 1964 to 1985, to shut down parliament and scrap civil liberties. Protesters also carried signs demanding a military intervention with Bolsonaro at the helm.
Historian Fico believes only a small minority of Bolsonaro's supporters are genuine radicals. "Even so it has a certain symbolic dimension when the president repeatedly meets with protesters who hold up such [anti-democratic] banners," he adds.
Except one side has a religious nationalist and the other has a Maoist Idealogue. They have had fairly reserves govts face off in the past.Really doesn't seem to be much on it on mainstream media outlets, which to me is likely a good sign.
A very brief read of news 12+ hours old (from the BBC, first few results when googling "bbc news china india") indicates that both nations are de-escalating the situation, so doesn't seem too hot at the moment. That border has been a bit of a flashpoint for a long time, I recall reading previously, so I'm assuming there is nothing unique enough about this incident as to allow for it to evolve into a significant conflict.
the problem here is that she is in fact definitely wrong, and literally flat out lying half the time. and otherwise insane, as jacob said.Yep, judged by the overly woke tossersphere who think they know it all, what an awful person who menstruates she must be. Daniel Potter with his patronising lecture on why she is definitely wrong, what a pillock.
Stuff like this has been common since the 1970s, the main difference is that it happened via post and not in a completely public arena.
Surely if you menstraute you would not consider yourself male - even trans male.“There are trans men & non-binary people who menstruate you absolute wilting head of lettuce,”