Ayjan Ibrahimov


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Cake day: Thg 12 28, 2022

Brian Berletic discusses why the US is making a fatal mistake provoking China over Taiwan.

Foreign ministers from BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) met to discuss expanding the Global South-led bloc and creating a new global reserve currency to challenge the US dollar.

Tashakkur Rafiq aziz (thank you dear Comrade) 😄❤️

Political economist Radhika Desai discusses how capitalism is inherently imperialist, what the class struggle looks like at the international level, and how "the dominant ideas are the ideas of the ruling classes of the dominant nations". This is a discussion of chapter 3, "The geopolitical economy of capitalism and socialism", from Radhika's book "Capitalism, Coronavirus and War: A Geopolitical Economy".

The military countermeasures China has taken around the Taiwan region are aimed at separatist activities seeking "Taiwan independence" and foreign interference, which are fully justified and beyond reproach, Lieutenant General Jing Jianfeng, deputy chief of staff of the Joint Staff Department of the Central Military Commission, said in response to repeated false accusations made by U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin. Jing made the remarks on Saturday at a briefing for media held by the Chinese delegation at the 20th Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore.

The United States is stirring up confrontation for its selfish purposes by making false accusations against China at the Shangri-La Dialogue, a Chinese military official said on Saturday. At a briefing for media held by the Chinese delegation, Lieutenant General Jing Jianfeng, deputy chief of staff of the Joint Staff Department of the Central Military Commission, said U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin is trying to consolidate the U.S. hegemonic position and provoke bloc confrontation by advocating the Indo-Pacific strategy in his speeches.

China's senior military expert Zhang Chi said, "During the past 40 years, the U.S. and NATO caused a series of conflicts, turmoil, and even wars in the Middle East and Europe, resulting in severe humanitarian crises and disasters. We have reasons to be concerned that the U.S.-led NATO intervention in the Asia-Pacific region may bring about instability and unrest, and may even lead to conflicts and chaos."

BRICS nations announced a new currency designed to replace the dollar.The creation of this new gold and commodity backed currency will be discussed at the BRICS summit this August. BT's Kei Pritsker explains how this new currency could overturn the hegemony of the US dollar.

Brian Berletic of The New Atlas and Mike Jones of iEarlGrey joined the program to discuss the growing unrest in Serbia and NATO's role in fueling it.

Well … I prefer Cuba because they speak the same language as me ( both dialects of the Spanish are very similar ) we share a big history with them and I always wanted to be part of the Partido Comunista de Cuba .

We in my country call Cuba ‘Hermana Mayor’ ( Big Sister ) and us ‘Hermana menor’ ( Little Sister ). We have a lot of things in common and we share the same culture, traditions , folklore, gastronomy, music and dances and more.

As my people say in the island : ‘ A Cuba hay que seguir ’ ( Cuba must be followed ).

Twelve-year-old Bangladeshi girl Alifa Chin has a unique story. In 2010, her mother was diagnosed with a serious heart disease. Local medical conditions were poor but luckily a hospital ship from China visited Bangladesh at the time, and they managed to successfully deliver the baby. Sheng Ruifang was one of the Chinese doctors who treated Alifa's mother. She now works at No. 1 Hospital Affiliated with the Naval Medical University in Shanghai. Alifa calls Sheng her "Chinese mom." This March, Alifa wrote a letter to Chinese President Xi Jinping, telling the story of her birth. At the Chinese Embassy in Bangladesh, Alifa received a reply from President Xi. In his letter, Xi encourages Alifa to work hard and study medicine in China in the future.

The 21st Chinese peacekeeping detachment to Lebanon on Wednesday commenced Chinese language courses and traditional Chinese cultural activities. The move is to enhance cultural exchanges with the other foreign peacekeeping units on the UN peacekeeping mission in Lebanon.

US politicians from both parties agree: the deficit doesn't really matter. In their bipartisan deal to raise the debt ceiling, Biden and Republicans agreed to boost military spending to $885 billion, while making it more difficult for poor struggling families to receive food stamps and welfare.

thank you 😊 I’m very glad that the comrades like it . I will be doing more posting weekly landscape images.

Shalom i venidos buenos a Lemmygrad havér.😊

(Hello and Welcome to Lemmygrad Comrade)

In the U.S. we’re taught that North Korea is a horrible backwards dictatorship where every person is captive to an evil regime run by a mad man who has an inexplicable hatred of the U.S., freedom and democracy – and is always on the edge of launching a nuclear missile to destroy the world. This, we’re told, is the reason we have to isolate the country and occupy South Korea with thousands of U.S. soldiers. The purpose of such a simplistic narrative is to prevent Americans from getting curious about what’s really happening there. Why is North Korea so closed off? What's the relevant history of that region? Why did the U.S. go to war there in the 1950s? What were the consequences? Why is Korea split into two? And is the country really as evil as the mainstream portrays? To help break it all down, Rania Khalek was joined by Ju-Hyun Park, a member of Nodutdol for Korean Community Development, an anti-imperialist organization of Koreans in the U.S. struggling for Korean reunification and national liberation. They are also engagement editor at The Real News.

It’s a new era of global power dynamics where countries sometimes have the option to say no to the U.S. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the Middle East. Almost 12 years after being kicked out of the Arab League, Syria has been welcomed back into the fold by many of the U.S.-allied countries that tried to destroy it. All this time Israel was banking on normalization with Saudi Arabia and the opposite happened, with China overseeing a Saudi peace deal with Iran. Why? What does this multipolarity mean for the region? And how might it impact Palestine and the broader resistance axis? To discuss this and more Rania Khalek was joined by Ali Abunimah, executive director of the Electronic Intifada and author of The Battle for Justice in Palestine.

No not at all Comrade. it’s not that “hard” as some people say.

is it difficult ? Yes !

I started learning it since I was little, so. that is why is very easy for me to read and write it but I don’t know how to speak it.


英文:"Strikes in various industries across Italy to protest high inflation„

In Uyghur language ( classical Uyghur and modern Uyghur ) :

Uyghur (classical writing ) : تورفاننیݣ اوزوم جیلغیسی .

Uyghur (modern writing) : تۇرپاننىڭ ئۈزۈم جىلغىسى .

Uyghur Transliteration : Turpanning Üzüm Jilghisi .

English meaning : Turpan’s Grape Valley or Grape Valley of Turpan .

The Grape Valley in Turpan , Xinjiang Uyghur autonomous region .

F*ck Isn’treal !

Korean :


용산 기밀.

대아메리카제국 만세!

English meaning :

“Do as you are told”

The paper that Biden is holding : “Yongsan (District) Confidential.”

Yun Seok Yeol says : “Long live the Great American Empire!”

The Sanaa Ministry of Oil and Minerals signed Saturday a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with China's Antonoil oil company and a representative of the Chinese government to invest in oil exploration in Yemen. The MoU was signed "after many negotiations and coordination with several foreign companies to convince them to invest in this field in light of the available investment opportunities and the advantages and facilities that investment companies will enjoy in this vital and important sector," the SABA news agency reported.

China-Central Asia Summit is held in Xi'an, China from May 18 to 19. Earlier on Wednesday afternoon, Xi wished visiting Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev a happy birthday and vowed to further strengthen China-Kazakhstan ties during their talks. Tokayev, who turned 70 on this very day, expressed his will to bring the long-lasting friendship between the two countries to a new level. While holding talks with visiting Tajik President Emomali Rahmon, Xi Thursday said China stands ready to work with Tajikistan to build a China-Tajikistan community with a shared future featuring everlasting friendship, sharing weal and woe, and mutual benefit. Rahmon said the “development of bilateral relations featuring good-neighborliness, sincere friendship, and concerted efforts to maintain regional peace and stability”. On Thursday afternoon, Xi recalled his state visit to Uzbekistan last September and the hospitality of Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev. President Xi reiterated the vision of a community with a shared future at the bilateral level. Mirziyoyev believed the meeting today is a follow up of “candid exchanges in Samarkand” and spoke highly of President Xi’s leadership. As China and Kyrgyzstan met twice last year, Xi reiterated China-Kyrgyzstan relationship of 31 years, and said China is willing to build a China-Kyrgyzstan community with a shared future. Japarov expressed his pleasure to meet President Xi in Xi'an and high expectation for the upcoming summit. During his meet with Turkmen President Serdar Berdimuhamedov, Xi recalled Berdimuhamedov's successful state visit to China in January this year. President Xi said bilateral relationship will be elevated to a comprehensive strategic partnership.

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday delivered a keynote address at the China-Central Asia Summit held in the city of Xi'an, northwest China's Shaanxi Province. The summit, which runs from Thursday to Friday, was attended by Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, Kyrgyz President Sadyr Japarov, Tajik President Emomali Rahmon, Turkmen President Serdar Berdimuhamedov and Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev. China and Central Asian countries have joined hands over the past decade to usher in a new era of their relations, Xi noted.

Xinhua News Agency: We noted a report titled “America’s Coercive Diplomacy and Its Harm” published by the Xinhua News Agency yesterday, which has been reposted on the website of the Foreign Ministry. On the same day, a senior US government official said that concerns would be expressed over what they call China’s “economic coercion” in the joint statement to be released by the G7. Do you have any comment? Wang Wenbin: The US often accuses other countries of using great power status, coercive policies and economic coercion to pressure other countries into submission and engage in coercive diplomacy. This is how the US projects its own poor track record onto others. The fact is, the US is the very origin of coercive diplomacy. It is the US and the US alone who owns the copyrights of coercive diplomacy. Coercive diplomacy has now become an essential part of the US foreign policy toolbox. The US would resort to all kinds of political, economic, military, cultural or other types of measures as tools for coercive diplomacy to curb and bludgeon countries around the world for selfish interest. Victims to US coercive diplomacy are found across the world, with developing countries bearing the brunt of it. By enacting the “CHIPS and Science Act”, the US government forbids semiconductor companies that receive federal financial aid from making substantive expansion in China,forces allies into imposing export restrictions on China and seeks to split up the global chips industrial and supply chains. The US uses state power to suppress China’s high-tech enterprises and even intimidates countries into not cooperating with Chinese 5G suppliers. Not even US allies have been spared from such ruthless coercion. Companies such as Toshiba from Japan, Siemens from Germany and Alstom from France, are all its victims. If the G7 Summit is to discuss response to economic coercion, perhaps it should first discuss what the US has done to the other members of the group. The report issued by Xinhua News Agency contains abundant facts and data that reveal the deplorable US record of coercive diplomacy on the world. It shows the world the hegemonic, domineering and bullying nature of US coercive diplomacy, and the serious damage it does to countries’ independence and development, to regional stability and to world peace. The report is worth a good read. China has no taste for coercion and bullying. We have always taken a clear-cut stand against hegemony, unilateralism and coercive diplomacy. We urge the G7 to adapt to the prevailing trend of openness and inclusiveness in today’s world and stop carrying out coercive diplomacy or building small, exclusive circles. 

A massive protest erupted in South Korea's capital Seoul on Saturday against Japan's push for its controversial nuclear-contaminated water ocean discharge plan from the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant despite intense international outcry.

10 years ago, the revealed NSA documents from Edward Snowden shocked the world. From PRISM to recent leaked Pentagon documents, US espionage activities continue to threaten global peace and stability. In this Z-Talk show, Yang Sheng will tell you what the US did and how it threatens world peace.

Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad in his speech at the Arab League summit covered various topics reaffirming Syria's Arab belonging and the Arab League's anticipated role as an outlet for its members in the face of siege.

The US military arms and trains foreign fighters as "proxies" to wage "irregular warfare" against adversaries, and the Pentagon does not vet them to see if they have committed atrocities, according to documents obtained by the New York Times.

Two thousand years ago, silk merchants made Kashgar in southern Xinjiang a major hub on the trade route between Central Asia and Europe. Other than silk, one of the most popular products traded along what became known as the Silk Road was tea. Still today in the old city of Kashgar, teahouses are popular meeting places. It's common for the elderly locals to bring their own naan bread, buy a three-yuan pot of tea, and stay for many hours. An old man named Ubul is a daily visitor to his local teahouse, where chatting with people is a way of escaping his loneliness.

Chinese President Xi Jinping chaired the first China-Central Asia Summit and delivered a keynote speech themed "Working Together for a China-Central Asia Community with a Shared Future Featuring Mutual Assistance, Common Development, Universal Security, and Everlasting Friendship" in Xi'an, northwest China's Shaanxi Province, on Friday.

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday delivered a keynote address at the China-Central Asia Summit held in the city of Xi'an, northwest China's Shaanxi Province, and set out an eight-point proposal for China's cooperation with Central Asian countries.

What the world truly needs to get rid of are ideology-based mentality, opposing blocs and exclusive circles, said Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin at a press briefing in Beijing on Friday. Wang made the remarks in response to a Group of Seven (G7) Summit bulletin saying that their strategy is aimed at "derisking, not de-coupling" with China.

The U.S. State Department released its annual International Religious Freedom Report on May 15, criticizing China on religious issues with biased summaries and unverifiable data. What's the real intention of the U.S.? Why does the country keep playing the old tricks of crying “wolf” while eating the sheep? In today's Reality Check, Einar Tangen, current affairs commentator, shares his views.

I heard this one before 🤣🤣🤣👍🏼

I too hear them but I hear those type of songs in Azeri Torkchasi Dialect .

I hear mostly old ones from the former Azerbaijan SSR .


This one is my favorite song and it’s in Punjabi .

And yes the other one you sent was too in Punjabi language . 👍🏼

Yes this song is in Punjabi . 😁

it’s very sad indeed 😭

I wish there were more Bhagat Singhs .

The only thing is that I can’t understand Hindi very well 😅 but I can still know the meaning of the song by some words and phrases that are similar to Punjabi .

Yo … I remember that song . 🥲 Oh the good times 😁

Well I learned it like 10 saal ago . very long time . ☺️

Oh my bad I thought you were from Telangana 😅 maafi Ji ☺️

If you are from MP does that means that you can speak Telugu too ?

Eh ek classic hai bahut vadhiya classic hai ji 😄👍🏼

Tuhanu Mil ke khushi hoi ji ☺️🙏🏼

Oh thik hai … ki tusin Madhya Pradesh ton ho ?

Nahi ji … main yahuudi ( Sephardic ) haan. par main punjabi language bol karde han.

Ki tusin punjabi ho ?

Sat sri akal comrade ji , tuhada ki hal hai ? .

During WWII, tens of thousands of European Jews, mainly Austrian and German, fled to Shanghai to escape the Nazis and seek refuge. They were welcomed and helped by the Chinese people who were themselves suffering from Japanese aggression. Decades on, some of the descendants of Jewish refugees returned to Shanghai, the city that once warmed their hearts, to reminisce about the good old days in Shanghai and cherish the memories with their Chinese friends, who helped them during those difficult times.

Ermozo kabayo 🐎 😊

Karl Marx Peak in Pamir Mountains, in the south-west of Tajikistan’s Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Province .

South Africa excoriated Biden's ambassador for suggesting Pretoria was supplying arms to Russia. This comes as South Africa is set to host the next BRICS Summit in August where an alternative to the US dollar will be debated and introduced.

We need to purge these right-wing bastards immediately .

Oh they did it to me too 🤣 f*ck libs .

what the heck ? 128 downvotes ?

But why ? 😳

Lives in Xinjiang uygur autonomous region are much better thanks to the cpc .

Good music. dear comrade. 😁👍🏼✊🏼

Muerte a el imperialismo yankee !

Viva la revolución !