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Re: Western civilization = sustainable evil
« on: November 15, 2020, 08:58:31 pm »
The sad story of Laika the Soviet "space dog" (Historical example of Soviet subhumans expressing their Turanian blood memory):
https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smithsonian-institution/sad-story-laika-space-dog-and-her-one-way-trip-orbit-1-180968728/

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The noises and pressures of flight terrified Laika: Her heartbeat rocketed to triple the normal rate, and her breath rate quadrupled. The National Air and Space Museum holds declassified printouts showing Laika’s respiration during the flight. She reached orbit alive, circling the Earth in about 103 minutes. Unfortunately, loss of the heat shield made the temperature in the capsule rise unexpectedly, taking its toll on Laika. She died “soon after launch,” Russian medical doctor and space dog trainer Oleg Gazenko revealed in 1993. “The temperature inside the spacecraft after the fourth orbit registered over 90 degrees,” Lewis says. “There’s really no expectation that she made it beyond an orbit or two after that.” Without its passenger, Sputnik 2 continued to orbit for five months.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOS-rxXP3GM&lc=UgzNRJwZzsQs9SXeuap4AaABAg

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So they literally sent her to die.
Video says it’s “a suicide mission for Laika,” no, that is not suicide. She didn’t choose to go there.

And then to add insult to injury, those subhumans had the audacity to erect a "monument" to "honor" Laika. Then again, given the prevalence of animal sacrifice in prehistoric Turanian cultures, it should come as no surprise.

Of course, this is not to say Atlantic Westerners are much better:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bv5uwxpdp7o

But at least they had the intention of bringing the chimp back, as opposed to the Soviets who had no such intention to begin with.
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