ずくなしの冷や水

2022年06月21日

中国企業がウガンダで金鉱脈発見、採掘権獲得

posted by ZUKUNASHI at 13:12| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

米英の兵士がイラクでやったこと

これは、世界の多くの人が知るところとなっています。日本人の多くは目を背けていますが。






posted by ZUKUNASHI at 12:13| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

再感染の結果はよくない




最初の感染者と比較して、再感染者は臓器系障害が増加しました:肺5.0%、心臓血管5.0%、血液障害2.6%、倦怠感3.3%、胃腸2.7%、腎臓1.4%、精神的健康12.1%、糖尿病2.2%、神経学的3.6%


・・・再感染する人は、それぞれに理由があると思わざるを得ません。注意不足が認められる行動パターンです。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 09:48| Comment(0) | Covid19

コロナ、ワクチン後遺症 mRNAワクチンは薬害事件

後遺障害に関する情報が増えています。時間が取れればまとめるつもりですが、とりあえず。





















Can long Covid lead to death? A new analysis suggests it could
The CDC is beginning to look at death certificates that indicate more than 100 people who died had long Covid.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is analyzing more than 100 deaths that could be attributed to long Covid by looking at death certificates from across the country over the last two years, according to two people familiar with the matter.

The National Center for Health Statistics, a division within the CDC, collects death certificates from states after they have been completed by a coroner, medical examiner or doctor. NCHS is now reviewing a batch of those files from 2020 and 2021.

The review at the CDC, the details of which POLITICO obtained, is the first of its kind and indicates that long Covid and the health complications associated with it could lead to death. NCHS is set to publish preliminary data from its analysis in the coming days.

It’s unclear whether the people who died had underlying health issues, whether long Covid was the cause of their deaths or whether it was a contributing factor.




厚労省研究班がまとめた新型コロナの後遺症調査結果によると、診断から1年後も何らかの症状を訴えている人は入院患者の3割以上に上った。




報告は氷山の一角!コロナワクチン接種後の副反応、死亡のツイートが多すぎて戦慄!vol.285


















2022年04月25日
コロナ感染者は1年以上経ってから心臓に異常が出る

2022年04月25日
ワクチンは、必ずしも、感染を予防するとか、重症化を予防するものではありません

2022年04月22日
コロナ後遺症は10%ではきかない

2022年03月21日
オミクロンでは精神神経症状が多い

2022年03月14日
コロナ後遺症

2022年01月28日
ワクチンでがん顕在化は確からしい ブーストで数日でリンパ腫全身転移も

2022年01月09日
後遺障害が長期にわたり持病グループを形成

2021年11月28日
コロナ後遺症で電磁波過敏症
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 09:24| Comment(9) | Covid19

少子化は福島原発事故で強まって今がある



移民受け入れは適切な回答か?
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 08:41| Comment(0) | 社会・経済

2022年06月20日

自分たちの矛盾した行動に気づいた時のショックはいずれ来る

自国政府の国内政策に深い不信感を抱きながら、中国、イラン、ロシアといった国々について言われたことは何でも簡単に信じてしまう西洋人の考え方は、信じられない。さらに信じられないのは、自分たちの矛盾した行動を見抜けないことだ。


posted by ZUKUNASHI at 22:28| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

こういうデマだけ見ていると現実世界から遊離してしまう


次のツイートが現実です。



米国に後押しされているクルドやテロリストは、収穫まじかの小麦畑に火を放ったりもしています。

テレビ朝日の記者は、家で子供にどう説明している? 嘘を信じ込ませて平気な顔をしている? 恥ずべき職業です。


posted by ZUKUNASHI at 22:24| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

大石あきこさんは手ごわいぞ



大石あきこさんは、世界的な視野で現実を踏まえて発言しています。これまでに見られない論客。共産党のような偏りもない。期待します。

「維新ぎらい」が届きましたが、読む時間がない。




大局的な観点から重要なことをはっきり述べています。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 21:46| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

ウクライナの捕虜に対する拷問が止まらない




ロシア側が捕虜に対しては人道的な扱いをしているのに対してウクライナは、市民や捕虜に対する残虐な行為が続いています。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 20:46| Comment(0) | ウクライナ

キンザルミサイル

posted by ZUKUNASHI at 19:16| Comment(0) | ウクライナ

これからも原発の大きな事故はある



・・・・

このツイートが何をもとにしているかわかりませんが、F1で地震により外部から電気を送る鉄塔が倒れましたし、その送電線に電気を送る変電所の接続部が地震で壊れています。

自家発電施設の水没や油タンクの流出だけではないのです。上に書かれているように「原発の緊急冷却系統の各種センサー配管は脆弱で地震動で破損した可能性」もあります。

大きな地震が来れば、原発は冷やせなくなるのです。これからも原発の大きな事故はあります。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 18:27| Comment(0) | 福島原発事故

コロンビアの大統領選結果 驚きと祝福の声






posted by ZUKUNASHI at 18:12| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

核シェルターにmasksと消毒液の備えがあるか心配するよりももっと大事なことがある



この方のホワイトハウス インサイダーリークシリーズはとぼけていて面白い。ジョークですが、一面では当たっている。
核シェルターに大勢が詰め込まれるようになったらもちろんコロナ感染防止でマスクも必要でしょうが、核の使用による災害よりもそちらに注意が向いているという点で、笑えます。

次のツイートは短いですが核心をついています。このウクライナ戦争を機にこの先世界は大きく変わります。米国や西側諸国の覇権は揺らぎます。西側諸国とロ中都が拮抗する世界に移行しつつあり、西側諸国は何年か後にウクライナ戦争を避けておくべきだったと過去を振り返るというのは、あると思います。



posted by ZUKUNASHI at 17:06| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

マリウポールでウクライナ軍が市民の車両を撃ったというのは嘘ではない

posted by ZUKUNASHI at 11:44| Comment(0) | ウクライナ

2022年06月19日

US willing to risk economic pain and global hunger to win in Ukraine − WaPo

US willing to risk economic pain and global hunger to win in Ukraine − WaPo
Washington prepared for a ‘protracted conflict’ in Ukraine even before Russia’s offensive, officials say

The US is ready to back Ukraine in the conflict with Russia for the long term, the Washington Post reported, citing administration officials who say the plans have been in the works for some time.

A senior State Department staffer told the Post on Friday that President Joe Biden would like to see an “eventual negotiated conclusion [to the fighting],” voicing hopes that waves of Western arms shipments to Kiev and the harsh sanctions campaign against Moscow would weaken the European power’s ability to fight.

“While it’s certainly challenging – we’re not certainly sugarcoating that – in terms of how to navigate these stormy waters, our guiding light is that the outcome of Russia being able to achieve its maximalist demands is really bad for the United States, really bad for our partners and allies, and really bad for the global community,” the unnamed official said.

They added that the Biden team had “discussed the possibility of a protracted conflict with global spillover effects” even before February, during a time when American officials repeatedly predicted an imminent attack by Russia.

Though support for the Ukrainian government has been costly for Washington – which has devoted more than $50 billion in various forms of aid since March – the Post noted that Biden is willing to risk “a global recession and mounting hunger” in order to prevent Russia from achieving its objectives.

Speaking during a recent meeting in Brussels, where officials from dozens of nations met to discuss ways to further bolster Kiev, US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said “we’re here to dig in our spurs,” adding “by working together, we can help Ukraine defend itself from Russia's cruel assault and we can strengthen Ukraine’s security for the long haul.”

General Mark Milley, the chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, has similarly stated that the hostilities could be “very protracted,” and may endure for “years.”

“This is a very extended conflict that Russia has initiated, and I think that NATO, the United States, Ukraine, and all of the allies and partners that are supporting Ukraine are going to be involved in this for quite some time,” the general said, though noted that it was unlikely Moscow could be deterred from its aims short of a US military deployment – a decision he said he “wouldn’t advise.”

米国はウクライナで勝利するために経済的痛みと世界的飢餓のリスクを負うことをいとわない - WaPo
ワシントンはロシアの攻勢以前からウクライナでの「長期的な紛争」を準備していたと当局者が述べた。

米国はロシアとの紛争でウクライナを長期的に支援する準備ができていると、ワシントン・ポストが、計画は以前からあったとする政権当局者の話を引用して報じた。

国務省の高官は金曜日にポスト紙に、ジョー・バイデン大統領は「最終的には交渉によって(戦闘が)終結する」ことを望んでいると語り、キエフへの欧米の武器輸送の波とモスクワに対する厳しい制裁キャンペーンがヨーロッパの大国の戦闘能力を弱めることを期待していると表明した。

「この荒波をどう乗り切るかという点では、確かに困難ではあるが、我々の指針は、ロシアが最大限の要求を実現できるという結果は、米国にとっても、パートナーや同盟国にとっても、国際社会にとっても本当に悪いことだ」と、無名の当局者は語った。

彼らは、バイデン氏のチームが2月以前にも「世界的な波及効果を伴う紛争の長期化の可能性について」議論していたと付け加えた。この時期、アメリカの当局者はロシアによる攻撃が差し迫っていると繰り返し予測していたのだ。

ウクライナ政府への支援は、3月以降、様々な形で500億ドル以上の援助が行われ、ワシントンにとってコストがかかっているが、ポスト紙は、バイデンはロシアの目的達成を阻止するために、「世界不況と飢餓の拡大」のリスクを負うこともいとわないと指摘している。

先日ブリュッセルで行われた、数十カ国の高官がキエフをさらに強化する方法を話し合う会議で、ロイド・オースティン米国防長官は「我々はここで拍車をかける」と述べ、「協力することで、ロシアの残酷な攻撃からウクライナを守ることができ、長期的にウクライナの安全を強化できるだろう」と付け加えた。"

米国統合参謀本部議長のマーク・ミリー将軍も同様に、敵対行為は「非常に長引く」可能性があり、「何年も」続くかもしれないと述べている。

「これはロシアが引き起こした非常に長期的な紛争であり、NATO、米国、ウクライナ、そしてウクライナを支援するすべての同盟国とパートナーは、かなり長い間これに関与することになると思う」と同将軍は語ったが、米軍の派遣(彼はその決定は「助言しない」と述べた)がなければモスクワがその目的を達成することを抑止することはできないと思われると指摘している。

www.DeepL.com/Translator(無料版)で翻訳しました。

posted by ZUKUNASHI at 19:56| Comment(0) | ウクライナ

ドネツクに支援の動き

posted by ZUKUNASHI at 18:21| Comment(0) | ウクライナ

ドル崩壊が始まったようだ

posted by ZUKUNASHI at 10:11| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

2022年06月18日

Ukraine wants West to stop pushing for ‘unacceptable’ peace terms

Ukraine wants West to stop pushing for ‘unacceptable’ peace terms
Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba says Kiev can defeat the Russians with enough Western support

Ukraine can defeat Russia on the battlefield if the West supplies enough artillery and other heavy weapons instead of pushing Kiev towards a bad peace deal, Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba wrote in an op-ed published by Foreign Affairs magazine on Friday.

“The West must therefore not suggest peace initiatives with unacceptable terms and instead help Ukraine win,” Kuleba wrote, calling for additional weapons for Kiev and more sanctions on Moscow.

The foreign minister criticized French President Emmanuel Macron for saying the West should not “humiliate” Russia, and former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger for suggesting that Ukraine should cede some territory for the sake of peace with Moscow.

“These declarations are premised on the idea that Ukrainians, no matter how well they fight, cannot defeat Moscow’s forces. But that notion is wrong,” Kuleba said. He insisted that “with sufficient support,” Ukraine can stop the advance of Russian troops and take back some of its land.

“[Russian President Vladimir] Putin is not suicidal; a Ukrainian victory will not lead to nuclear warfare,” Kuleba said. “Instead of focusing on Putin’s feelings, the United States and Europe should focus on practical steps to help Ukraine prevail.”

The op-ed comes at a time when Ukrainian officials are growing frustrated with the speed and quantity of Western arms deliveries.

“Either the world doesn’t quite understand what is happening, or it does understand, is tired, and is content with a few Ukrainians dying,” Defense Minister Alexey Reznikov told The Economist on Sunday.

Mikhail Podoliak, an adviser to President Volodymyr Zelensky, suggested this week that countries such as France and Germany are “hiding from the war.”

“If you think we should lose, just tell us directly: ‘We want you to lose.’ Then we will understand why you give us weapons at this level,” Podoliak told the New York Times.
"負けるべきだと思うなら、直接言ってくれればいい。負けてほしい』と。そうすれば、なぜこのレベルの兵器を与えてくれるのか理解できる」とポドリアックはニューヨーク・タイムズ紙に語った。
Several European leaders, including Macron, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, met with Zelensky in Kiev this week, pledging more support. Sergey Nikiforov, Zelensky’s spokesman, denied that the Ukrainian leader was pressured into holding talks with Russia.
マクロン大統領、ドイツのオラフ・ショルツ首相、英国のボリス・ジョンソン首相など、複数の欧州指導者が今週、キエフでゼレンスキー氏と会談し、さらなる支援を約束した。ゼレンスキー氏のスポークスマンであるセルゲイ・ニキフォロフ氏は、ウクライナの指導者がロシアとの会談を行うよう圧力をかけられたことを否定した。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 22:23| Comment(0) | ウクライナ

St. Petersburg International Economic Forum






Europe is committing energy suicide – Russian oil chief
Igor Sechin of Rosneft says European nations are losing its competitive power to the US
European states are shooting themselves in the foot by imposing restrictions on Russia, according to Igor Sechin, the head of Russian oil giant Rosneft.

“Europe is committing energy suicide by imposing sanctions on Russia,” Sechin said at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF). “They [European states] lose their identity and competitive power to the US.”

The Rosneft chief also said the sanctions have done away with the “green transition,” as the European leaders no longer need it for “market manipulation, since more blunt and radical approaches are being applied.”

According to Sechin, what remains of Europe’s “green rhetoric” completely contradicts actual practice, as the the nations across the region seek to find sources to replace Russian oil at any cost.

Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin called the sanctions a double-edged sword, saying Western leaders have caused significant damage to the economies of their nations by imposing the restrictions. Putin added that the EU’s direct losses from the sanctions could exceed $400 billion in one year, and the costs will be shouldered by EU citizens.

The old world is over: Key takeaways from Putin's first major speech since Russia's military offensive in Ukraine
Russian leader has buried the old world order and outlined his view on Russia’s and the world’s future, in a key address
New centers of power have emerged, the unipolar world order isn’t coming back, and the “colonial” way of thinking has failed, Russian President Vladimir Putin told the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) on Friday, in what the Kremlin described as an “extremely important” speech.

The old world order is gone with the wind

When the US declared victory in the Cold War, Americans designated themselves the “messengers of God on earth,” with interests that should be considered sacred and no obligations, Putin told the audience at SPIEF. New centers of power have since emerged, and have the right to protect their own systems, economic models and sovereignty.
These “truly revolutionary, tectonic changes in geopolitics, the global economy, in the technological sphere, in the entire system of international relations,” are “fundamental, pivotal and inexorable,” Putin said. “And It is a mistake to suggest that one can wait out the times of turbulent change and that things will return to normal; that everything will be as it was. It will not.”

Anti-Russian sanctions backfired on the West
When the US and its allies launched the campaign to “cancel” Russia over the conflict in Ukraine, they hoped to crash and undermine the Russian economy and society. The sanctions have instead boomeranged on their creators, aggravating social and economic problems, driving up the cost of food, electricity and fuel, and hurting the quality of life across the West, but especially in Europe.
“The European Union has completely lost its political sovereignty, and its bureaucratic elites are dancing to someone else’s tune, accepting whatever they are told from above, causing harm to their own population and their own economy,” Putin said.
EU citizens will pay the price for “decisions divorced from reality and taken contrary to common sense,” he added, as direct losses from the sanctions alone could exceed $400 billion in a year.
反ロシア制裁は西側諸国に裏目に出た
米国とその同盟国は、ウクライナ紛争をめぐるロシアへの「制裁」キャンペーンを開始したとき、ロシアの経済と社会を崩壊させ、弱体化させることを望んでいた。しかし、この制裁は、社会的、経済的問題を悪化させ、食料、電気、燃料のコストを引き上げ、西側諸国、特にヨーロッパでの生活の質を低下させ、その生みの親にブーメランのように突き刺さったのである。
「EUは政治的主権を完全に失い、官僚的エリートは他人の曲に合わせて踊り、上から言われたことは何でも受け入れ、自国の国民と経済に害を与えている」とプーチンは言った。
EU市民は、「現実から切り離され、常識に反して行われた決定」の代償を払うことになる。制裁による直接の損失だけでも、1年で4000億ドルを超える可能性がある、と彼は付け加えた。
Energy prices and inflation are self-inflicted
Blaming the high energy prices and inflation in the West on Russia – “Putin’s price hike,” as the White House put it – is a “stupidity” and “designed for people who can’t read or write,” the Russian president said.
“Don’t blame us, blame yourselves,” Putin said.
The EU “blindly believing in renewable sources” and abandoning long-term natural gas contracts with Russia led to the spike in energy prices last year, according to the Russian leader. Meanwhile, both the US and the EU addressed the Covid-19 pandemic by printing trillions of dollars and euros.

‘Elite change’ awaits the West
Policies undertaken by EU and US leaders are exacerbating inequalities and divisions in their societies, not just in terms of welfare but in terms of values and orientations of various groups, Putin said.
“Such a detachment from reality, from the demands of society, will inevitably lead to a surge of populism and the growth of radical movements, to serious social and economic changes, to degradation and, in the near future, to a change of elites,” the Russian leader said.

If there’s a famine, it won’t be Russia’s fault

US and EU sanctions against Russia – in particular fertilizer and grain exports – are one of the reasons for growing global food insecurity, Putin pointed out. If there is famine in the world’s poorest countries, “this will be entirely on the conscience of the US administration and the European bureaucracy."

Troubles with food supply have arisen over the past several years – not months – due to the “short-sighted actions of those who are accustomed to solving their problems at someone else's expense,” distorting the trade flows by printing money in a sort of “predatory colonial policy,” Putin said.

Russia is ready to send food to Africa and the Middle East, where the threat of famine is most acute, but faces “logistical, financial, transport” obstacles imposed by the West, he said.

Reasons for the Ukraine conflict

Russia sent troops into Ukraine in February because the West refused to abide by its obligations, and it was “simply impossible to reach any new agreements with them,” Putin said. The decision was “forced, but necessary,” as Russia had every right as a sovereign country to defend its security and protect its citizens and residents of Donbass from “genocide by the Kiev regime and neo-Nazis who received the full protection of the West."
ロシアが2月にウクライナに軍を派遣したのは、西側諸国が義務を守らず、「彼らと新たな合意を結ぶことは単純に不可能」だったからだとプーチン氏は述べた。ロシアには主権国家として、自国の安全を守り、国民とドンバスの住民を "西側の全面的な保護を受けたキエフ政権とネオナチによる大量虐殺 "から守るあらゆる権利があったので、この決定は「強制されたが、必要だった」のである。
The West spent years turning Ukraine into an “anti-Russia” state and pumping it with weapons and military advisers, Putin said, pointing out they “did not give a damn” about Ukraine’s economy or the lives of its people, but “spared no expense to create a NATO foothold in the east, directed against Russia, to cultivate aggression, hatred and Russophobia."
西側諸国は何年もかけてウクライナを「反ロシア」国家に仕立て上げ、武器や軍事顧問を送り込んだとプーチンは述べ、彼らはウクライナの経済や国民の生活については「どうでもよかった」と指摘し、「東部にNATOの足場を作り、ロシアに対して向け、侵略、憎悪、ロシア恐怖症を育てるために費用を惜しまない」のだという。
“All the objectives of the special military operation will be unconditionally achieved,” Putin said.

Economic development is an expression of sovereignty

In the 21st century, sovereignty can’t be partial, Putin argued. All of its elements are equally important and complement each other, and the economy is one of them. There are five key principles Russia will follow in economic development: Openness, freedom, social justice, infrastructure, and technological sovereignty.

Russia will “never follow the path of self-isolation and autarky,” but will expand interactions with anyone who wishes to trade, Putin said, adding there are “many such countries.” Moscow will also support private enterprise, build and repair its transportation infrastructure, seek to reduce social inequality, and ensure its key technologies are not dependent on foreign imports.

“Truly sovereign states are always committed to equal partnerships,” while “those who are weak and dependent, as a rule, are busy looking for enemies, planting xenophobia, or finally losing their originality, independence, blindly following the overlord,” he said.
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 21:21| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

2014年以降の8年間に双方は何をしてきたか





posted by ZUKUNASHI at 20:44| Comment(0) | ウクライナ