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    Trump pulled the trigger, but instead of a “bang!” what the world heard was a demure “click”. Considering that we are talking about playing a most dangerous game of potentially nuclear Russian AngloZionist roulette, the “click” is very good news indeed. But, to use the words of Nikki Haley, the US “gun” is still “locked...
  • @SteveM

    Frankly, the development of the Polish political system towards a totalitarian repressive regime doesn’t surprise me in the least.
     
    The Poles are no more "totalitarian" and "repressive" than the Russians. They have an open society with free elections. They are nationalists fully aware of their history with Moscow. Painting the Poles as crypto-fascists is insulting and condescending. Floating that kind of bile only aggravates the relationship between the two countries/cultures.

    I'm not saying that the Poles' interpretation of current Russian foreign policy is accurate. But it's up to the Poles and Russians to collectively work that out over time.

    The MASSIVE impediment to a productive and peaceful rapprochement between Poland and Russia is the Global Cop Gorilla in Washington that loves to stir the pot of conflict for its own ego's sake.

    P.S. I'm thinking the catalyst for improved relations between Poland and Russia would be visible exchanges between the Polish Catholic Primate and the Russian Orthodox Patriarch. Being brothers in Christ in what is largely a Post-Christian Europe should transcend political boundaries.

    Painting the Poles as crypto-fascists is insulting and condescending.

    Don’t say.

    Being brothers in Christ in what is largely a Post-Christian Europe should transcend political boundaries.

    Whoah…..
    Orthodox and Catholic, together, in Eastern Europe.
    Stunned.

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  • In March 2003, Pat Buchanan wrote a groundbreaking article entitled "Whose War?" in opposition to the Bush Administration fueled growing hysteria over Saddam Hussein’s alleged weapons of mass destruction which was producing demands for an armed intervention to disarm him. Buchanan rightly identified a number of prominent Jewish officials and journalists closely tied to the...
  • @tac
    Right on Rurik ....

    I am not sure if you'd seen the latest hit jobs by the Guardian and BBC on prominent social media/twitter voices who challenge the official narratives, but here it is in this thread (follow the subsequent comments as well:

    http://www.unz.com/article/tracing-the-rush-to-war/#comment-2296924

    thanks tac,

    we live in Abusurdistan

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  • In 2004 I published an article in the journal, Middle East Policy that was entitled “Drinking the Koolaid.” The article reviewed the process by which the neocon element in the Bush Administration seized control of the process of policy formation and drove the United States in the direction of invasion of Iraq and the destruction...
  • @Vojkan
    Israel can exist without the USA. Nukes are a pretty good life insurance. How it would fare without US taxpayers' money is another matter. You should bear in mind though that Jews rule the banks, the media, the entertainment, the justice, and the education in the whole Western world, not only in the US.

    Nukes aren’t defensive weapons and couldn’t be used to stop an invasion. Israel could be invaded and taken down much more quickly than any of its neighbors. Only having a defender like the US has allowed Israel to survive this long.

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  • Trump pulled the trigger, but instead of a “bang!” what the world heard was a demure “click”. Considering that we are talking about playing a most dangerous game of potentially nuclear Russian AngloZionist roulette, the “click” is very good news indeed. But, to use the words of Nikki Haley, the US “gun” is still “locked...
  • @EugeneGur
    Thanks for the information. I was wondering what happened to Dr. Pisorski after he was arrested more than a years ago, I think, on ridiculous charges of spying for Russia, and I believe China (!) was also mentioned. As ridiculous as it gets.

    Frankly, the development of the Polish political system towards a totalitarian repressive regime doesn't surprise me in the least. A rabidly nationalistic stance with extreme hostility towards any deviation from the official viewpoint in the interpretation of the historic or political events was to lead to repressions - this was inevitable.

    Frankly, the development of the Polish political system towards a totalitarian repressive regime doesn’t surprise me in the least.

    The Poles are no more “totalitarian” and “repressive” than the Russians. They have an open society with free elections. They are nationalists fully aware of their history with Moscow. Painting the Poles as crypto-fascists is insulting and condescending. Floating that kind of bile only aggravates the relationship between the two countries/cultures.

    I’m not saying that the Poles’ interpretation of current Russian foreign policy is accurate. But it’s up to the Poles and Russians to collectively work that out over time.

    The MASSIVE impediment to a productive and peaceful rapprochement between Poland and Russia is the Global Cop Gorilla in Washington that loves to stir the pot of conflict for its own ego’s sake.

    P.S. I’m thinking the catalyst for improved relations between Poland and Russia would be visible exchanges between the Polish Catholic Primate and the Russian Orthodox Patriarch. Being brothers in Christ in what is largely a Post-Christian Europe should transcend political boundaries.

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    Painting the Poles as crypto-fascists is insulting and condescending.
     
    Don't say.

    Being brothers in Christ in what is largely a Post-Christian Europe should transcend political boundaries.
     
    Whoah.....
    Orthodox and Catholic, together, in Eastern Europe.
    Stunned.
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  • @peterAUS

    This means that Russia is fighting a defensive war and the West the war of aggression, which by definition makes Russia right and the West wrong.
     
    Some people don't equate the regime in Kremlin with Russia.

    For the Russians “the turf”, as you put it, is our own country and we do defend it.
     
    Nobody was attacking Russia last time (5 minutes ago) I checked.
    Last time it happened '41. At least you people are fond of regurgitating that all the time.

    That we do not know.
     
    Some of us do. We also aren't bad in history either. Like remembering USSR expansion into Europe.We simply don't like to see another.
    "Do not trust Moscow". Short and simple. Keyword "trust".

    We made our positions clear.
    Let's move on.

    The “regime” — and a theocratic one — is in your beloved apartheid Jewish State. (“Israel does not have a written constitution,” “the Israeli government gives special preference to Judaism,” “Although Israel does not grant special privileges to any special Jewish group, many European Jews belong to higher social classes than Arabs and “Oriental” Jews”).
    And who are these “we” in your mysterious “We made our positions clear” – the US ziocons?
    The ziocons had attacked Russian interests in Ukraine (which borders with Russia) and arranged the NATO military bae there. The coup d’etat was to the detriments of the majority of Ukrainian people, including Ukrainian Jews that have been enjoying the triumph of banderism in Kiev and beyond since then. Nothing pleasures the Kagans’ clan more than a profitable cooperation with the followers of Bandera. “Lionized as a nationalist hero in Ukraine, Stepan Bandera was a Nazi sympathizer who left behind a horrific legacy,” https://www.jacobinmag.com/2015/09/stepan-bandera-nationalist-euromaidan-right-sector/
    The ziocons have been arming and providing with the logistics the “moderate” terrorists in the Middle East, where Russia has been defending her interests by the legitimate means, on the legitimate invitation from the legitimate Syrian government — unlike the ziocon coalition of the US/NATO + Israel + the oh-so-democratic Saudis + the CIA-trained head-choppers and liver eaters.
    Russia is just another unfortunate country where the militant Jews wanted to get the upper hand for the expense of the natives. What your tribe has been commemorating for centuries during Purim? — A mass slaughter of the native population provoked by the obnoxious Jewish guests. And this is what gives joy to your tribe: “Happy is the one who seizes your [Persian, Russian, German...] infants and dashes them against the rocks.” Psalm 137:9

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  • In 2004 I published an article in the journal, Middle East Policy that was entitled “Drinking the Koolaid.” The article reviewed the process by which the neocon element in the Bush Administration seized control of the process of policy formation and drove the United States in the direction of invasion of Iraq and the destruction...
  • @Z-man

    In short, Israel would exist without neocons and neocons would exist without Israel –
     
    Isruel would not exist without the USA and the fact that they have 100 nukes, the Samson option.

    Targeted assassinations, the Jews do it, the anti Zionist movement should do it also. Oye vey do I have a list. (Grin) Surprisingly many are shabbos goys.

    Israel can exist without the USA. Nukes are a pretty good life insurance. How it would fare without US taxpayers’ money is another matter. You should bear in mind though that Jews rule the banks, the media, the entertainment, the justice, and the education in the whole Western world, not only in the US.

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    Nukes aren't defensive weapons and couldn't be used to stop an invasion. Israel could be invaded and taken down much more quickly than any of its neighbors. Only having a defender like the US has allowed Israel to survive this long.
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  • @Anonymous
    It's a package deal. If they take out Russia, global domination is virtually assured and Israel will get the World's crown sooner or later. At the heart of it there's a messianic lunacy and that's why we're facing WW3 at, say, 90% probability.

    If they take out Russia, Russia will take out Israel so Israel will be a dead king. The Zionists should better reign in the neocons if they want there to be an Israel.

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  • @geokat62

    For neocons,... it’s global domination, for Zionists, it’s Greater Israel...
     
    Global domination for neocons is not an end in itself, it is a means to an end... and that end is the enhancement of the security of the Jewish state.

    ... but their obsession with subjugating Russia doesn’t help at all achieve the Zionists’ goals.
     
    Surely, you jest. The neocons like Robert Kaganovitch and his wife Victoria Nudelman, Willian Kristol, David Frum, etc, are obsessed with Russia as Russia is the sponsor of both Iran and Syria, which supply Hezbollah the means by which to keep Israel out of Lebanon.

    In short, Israel would exist without neocons and neocons would exist without Israel
     
    While the former is true, the latter isn’t.

    The Jewish grip on all aspects of public life, Zionism, neoconism are different processes. The first and the last need to be killed.
     
    On this, we both can agree.

    If the US and its suppletives take on Russia, Israel becomes fair game. So to take out Russia, neocons would have to sacrify Israel. That’s where the Khazars diverge from mainstream Zionism. What’s the use of being God’s “chosen people” if you don’t rule the world but then what’s the use of ruling the world if there is no Israel?
    Zionist support of neocon agenda may well terminate their beloved creature’s existence in the ME so they should think twice before pushing their US vassal to attack Russia.

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  • Disordered thoughts on the National Cockatoo’s latest antics. One: The aghastment and horrilation about the terrible, appalling, shocking etc nature of gas warfare is nonsense. There is nothing unusually hideous about the use of toxic chemicals. Hideous, yes, but not unusually hideous. Boring old workaday artillery, that nobody criticizes, leaves children watching as mommy frantically...
  • @Simply Simon
    JJ, I understand your anger, but I would be happy if just the major perps would be convicted. Sunday the Austin American-Statesman ran a comprehensive story commemorating the entire incident as it unfolded. Basically it was your Federal government at its worst. Yesterday the same paper ran an article concerning the lessons learned from that debacle, many years too late and millions of dollars too short. In the article one of the FBI agents there, now retired indicated he believed Hillary was the one who actually gave the go ahead to set fire to the compound.

    I would like every one of the the war criminals, from top to bottom, hanged.

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  • @Miro23

    Perhaps the next “click” will be some kind of catastrophic false-flag attack?
     
    To be "catastrophic" means that Russia gets false-flagged, not Syria or Iran. It could happen. The Zionists want "regime change" with the destruction of Syria and Iran, and they're not going to get it while the Russians remain in the area .

    False-flags need time, preparation and co-ordination, and a clue might be the current intense anti-Russian propaganda. Modern day Zionist false-flags always seem to start with a preparatory media barrage against the target, and there's no doubt that Russia is getting the treatment.

    They could sink a US Navy ship to get their war, but what would the subsequent US assault look like? and with what kind of Russian response? It's given that the US can't fight a ground war in Syria and Iran, and it's navy and air force are too exposed to modern weapons, so as Saker suggests it could quickly develop into a Middle East nuclear war.

    This would give Israel/US/Saudi Arabia their victory, with the bet that Russia would pull back from a full inter-continental nuclear engagement given that only Syrian and Iranian targets are hit with nuclear weapons.

    However, if the fated bullet happened to be in that fated chamber, the Russians would decide to get it over with, and flatten Israel, New York, Washington, Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, the Pentagon, Langley etc. with a few thousand warheads to spare.

    It’s given that the US can’t fight a ground war in Syria and Iran, and it’s navy and air force are too exposed to modern weapons….

    Wishful thinking.

    US can fight those ground wars and the other side is more exposed to modern weapons.
    Much more.

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  • In 2004 I published an article in the journal, Middle East Policy that was entitled “Drinking the Koolaid.” The article reviewed the process by which the neocon element in the Bush Administration seized control of the process of policy formation and drove the United States in the direction of invasion of Iraq and the destruction...
  • To Ptrick Lang:
    “The neocons believe so strongly that America must lead the world and mankind forward that they accept the idea that the achievement of human progress justifies any means needed to advance that goal.”
    This statement has thrown me for a loop. It raises a few questions, like:
    What are the neocons?
    Aren`t the neocons Zionists?
    What are the Zionists?
    The neocons/Zionists are for “the achievement of human progress”, now?
    What is “human progress”?
    If neocons are Zionists, how does “America must lead the world and mankind forward” play into this, shouldn`t it state Israel, instead?
    Why is “America must lead the world and mankind forward” seemingly equated with “the achievement of human progress”?
    Why wasn`t it explained that “the end justifies the means” is a fallacious concept, since, if used, “the means” BECOME “the end” (humans, after all, are creatures of habit, in other words, addicts)?
    Thank you.

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  • @Anonymous
    Very good post.

    Thanks

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  • In March 2003, Pat Buchanan wrote a groundbreaking article entitled "Whose War?" in opposition to the Bush Administration fueled growing hysteria over Saddam Hussein’s alleged weapons of mass destruction which was producing demands for an armed intervention to disarm him. Buchanan rightly identified a number of prominent Jewish officials and journalists closely tied to the...
  • @tac
    LOL (People are having enough of these anti-Russian propaganda campaigns and are venting their frustrations in various ways):

    https://twitter.com/michaelchildi/status/986418411696742406

    This is one of the poster's I was referring to in my previous reply:

    https://twitter.com/Ian56789/status/987231852959236096

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  • I have never ruled out the possibility that Russia is responsible for the attack in Salisbury, amongst other possibilities. But I do rule out the possibility that Assad is dropping chemical weapons in Ghouta. In this extraordinary war, where Saudi-funded jihadist head choppers have Israeli air support and US and UK military “advisers”, every time...
  • @tac
    The comment above only shows Ian56's link, but not PartisanGirl's ...

    I'm not sure what happened to the link to PartisanGirl's response to the Guardian article but here it is again:
    https://twitter.com/Partisangirl/status/987386740104036352

    Also RT has an article on these 'Russian Bots':

    https://www.rt.com/uk/424716-uk-government-accuse-bot-russia/

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  • During the bombing of Baghdad in January 1991 I went with other journalists on a government-organised trip to what they claimed was the remains of a baby milk plant at Abu Ghraib which the US had just destroyed, saying that it was really a biological warfare facility. Walking around the wreckage, I found a smashed-up...
  • Patrick Cockburn is the same guy who claimed without any evidence that the Syrian government was behind this year and last year’s chemical attacks. Now he says beware of people who claim to know what’s going on in Syria. Sounds like he’s trying to rehabilitate himself.

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  • @Anonymous
    It's a package deal. If they take out Russia, global domination is virtually assured and Israel will get the World's crown sooner or later. At the heart of it there's a messianic lunacy and that's why we're facing WW3 at, say, 90% probability.

    I saw this in the brochure:

    Refuge for the Jews..
    Guard the flank of the Suez for the British..
    Western capitalist power against the Arab Soviet back Socialists for the cold warriors..
    Democracy in the Middle East for Americans..
    Jesus is coming soon for the Evangelicals ..
    Access to oil for the Investment bankers ..

    Something in it for everyone, yay.

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  • Trump pulled the trigger, but instead of a “bang!” what the world heard was a demure “click”. Considering that we are talking about playing a most dangerous game of potentially nuclear Russian AngloZionist roulette, the “click” is very good news indeed. But, to use the words of Nikki Haley, the US “gun” is still “locked...
  • @Harold Smith
    "I honestly don’t know who in the US should get the credit for doing the right thing, but that person(s) deserves our collective gratitude. Rumors say that Mattis was the man, others point to Dunford and some even to Trump himself (I doubt that). Again, I don’t know who did it, but this action deserves a standing ovation."

    I believe the decision to scale back the missile attack on Syria was made by Orange Clown's jewish-supremacist handlers themselves. As I see it, Orange Clown and the "people" around him are nothing but props. The whole Orange Clown administration is pure political theater, IMO.

    I think the reason Bolton was appointed (and the reason Mattis has not been fired), is because the juxtaposition of the two – on either side of the arbitrary and capricious Orange Clown – gives our gamesmen maximum propagandistic flexibility in their psyop against humanity.

    When a bellicose Trump makes threats, we're to take it that he’s merely channeling Bolton. Then the gamesmen observe the response of the "system", and they’re free to appropriately follow up with anything on the spectrum from bloodthirsty psychopath (Bolton) to that of a somewhat more reasonable bastard (Mattis).

    I think this Bolton/Mattis dialectic is exemplified with the strike against Syria. Orange Clown was ordered by his handlers to marshal the naval strike group and make the necessary threats, i.e., to provide the stimulus, then the gamesmen studied the Russian response. And when the Russians put their ships to sea and the Russian Airborne Command Center took to flight or whatever, they assessed that Russia would respond militarily. Apparently not yet willing to start WW3, they had the flexibility to take a step back and attribute it to the influence of Mattis, thus limiting the loss of face.

    Anyway, the big picture here, as I see it, is that Orange Clown and his handlers are faced with the same problem that Obama and his handlers had: All the low-hanging fruit has already been picked. And any attempt to pick the fruit hanging at a higher level, e.g. Syria, is associated with some very serious risks.

    In the confusion that reigned immediately after Orange Clown’s inauguration, the opportunistic Orange Clown was able to quickly prop a ladder up against the tree, and start climbing (something that Hillary Clinton wouldn’t have been able to do). Despite Orange Clown's affectatious posturing, it has now become clear that Orange Clown intended to pick the fruit himself (of course for his handlers), rather than spray the insects threatening the fruit, as he had disingenuously intimated.

    So here we are now at a stalemate, albeit a very dangerous one, with Vladimir Putin trying to avoid a nuclear war (but already backed into a corner and ready to fight if forced), and Orange Clown’s handlers working day and night, interminably probing and pushing the limits, trying to come up with their next move.

    Perhaps the next "click" will be some kind of catastrophic false-flag attack?

    Perhaps the next “click” will be some kind of catastrophic false-flag attack?

    To be “catastrophic” means that Russia gets false-flagged, not Syria or Iran. It could happen. The Zionists want “regime change” with the destruction of Syria and Iran, and they’re not going to get it while the Russians remain in the area .

    False-flags need time, preparation and co-ordination, and a clue might be the current intense anti-Russian propaganda. Modern day Zionist false-flags always seem to start with a preparatory media barrage against the target, and there’s no doubt that Russia is getting the treatment.

    They could sink a US Navy ship to get their war, but what would the subsequent US assault look like? and with what kind of Russian response? It’s given that the US can’t fight a ground war in Syria and Iran, and it’s navy and air force are too exposed to modern weapons, so as Saker suggests it could quickly develop into a Middle East nuclear war.

    This would give Israel/US/Saudi Arabia their victory, with the bet that Russia would pull back from a full inter-continental nuclear engagement given that only Syrian and Iranian targets are hit with nuclear weapons.

    However, if the fated bullet happened to be in that fated chamber, the Russians would decide to get it over with, and flatten Israel, New York, Washington, Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, the Pentagon, Langley etc. with a few thousand warheads to spare.

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    It’s given that the US can’t fight a ground war in Syria and Iran, and it’s navy and air force are too exposed to modern weapons....
     
    Wishful thinking.

    US can fight those ground wars and the other side is more exposed to modern weapons.
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  • @peterAUS

    This means that Russia is fighting a defensive war and the West the war of aggression, which by definition makes Russia right and the West wrong.
     
    Some people don't equate the regime in Kremlin with Russia.

    For the Russians “the turf”, as you put it, is our own country and we do defend it.
     
    Nobody was attacking Russia last time (5 minutes ago) I checked.
    Last time it happened '41. At least you people are fond of regurgitating that all the time.

    That we do not know.
     
    Some of us do. We also aren't bad in history either. Like remembering USSR expansion into Europe.We simply don't like to see another.
    "Do not trust Moscow". Short and simple. Keyword "trust".

    We made our positions clear.
    Let's move on.

    Some people don’t equate the regime in Kremlin with Russia.

    This is not any “regime”; this is a government of Russia supported by more than 70% of the people. And if anybody is entitled to “remove” people in Kremlin, that would be citizens of Russia at the time and in the manner they see fit, and no one else. Whoever those “some people” are and what they think is of no consequence.

    Nobody was attacking Russia last time (5 minutes ago) I checked.

    Russia is under attack, albeit not yet with missiles. In case you missed that, economic sanctions is a form of warfare. The only reason missiles aren’t flying is that Russia can and will fight back, and you know it. And you aren’t good at fighting with an able adversary.

    Some of us do. We also aren’t bad in history either.

    You claim to be a psychic able to see the future? I sincerely doubt it. And you are pathetic in history, if you mean the real one, not the history you invented to suit your delusion of grandeur. USSR “expansion into Europe”, indeed! You conveniently forget that it followed a very bloody “expansion” of Europe into the USSR, my friend.

    We made our positions clear.

    Your position has always been abundantly clear. Pity it just doesn’t matter that much any more.

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  • @Heros
    Like the Yankee coward he is, Lang hightailed it out of the Unz comment section back to the safety of his own blog where he promptly bans and/or abuses anyone who he disagrees with. This is typical Yankee behavior, cowardly running away and then crowing about victory once they are certain their opponents can no longer reach them.

    http://turcopolier.typepad.com/sic_semper_tyrannis/2018/04/commenter-delusions.html#disqus_thread

    Lang lightly addresses a few comments in this post from the safety of his own blog, but he ignores the stinky pile of elephant dung following him where ever he goes: War Crimes.

    Every year they seem to drag up another poor conscripted German labor camp guard, who as a teenager in 1945 is still somehow guilty of war crimes now. These guys weren't even officers.

    Lang was in intelligence during Vietnam, when operation Pheonix was in force, which was the equivalent to the Nazi Einsatzgruppen. As the years have passed and the lies have slowly been pealed back about things like Tonkin and the secret bombings, it becomes clear to all non-Yankees that these were egregious war crimes and crimes against humanity. If we consider the complete aftermath of Pol Pot and the fall of Vietnam, the US army has more deaths and crimes to atone for than the German army did, without even considering what has gone on in the middle east since the US recognized Israel, a "country" with no official borders.

    The problem is that there are millions of Yankee war criminals in the US collecting pensions, getting paid for appearances on talk shows, and basking in all that gratitude for their service. Even worse, they form little clubs, like SST, where they pat each other on the back and exchange tidbits of war criminal manna. I am referring to "intelligence".

    This entire Comey/McCabe/Muller/Clinton kubuki theatre that we are forced to endure revolves around "classified" information. Information that only these insiders are allowed to know about, which is clearly sold and leaked at will by those at the top of the food chain. This is the military war criminal manna. They can use and profit from this secret knowledge for decades after they have left "service".

    In Lang's case, he can post juicy tidbits on his blog that he shares with other insider Yankee war criminals and know that the public will come to learn these great secrets, despite the abuse he heaps on anyone who questions anything they are told because of his deep insider knowledge.

    So now that we finally know what a sham all this "top secret" information is, I would propose that it be used a the criteria for determining war crimes when the US finally faces judgment on the misery she has created for humanity. Low level security clearance means a couple of very hungry years in a re-education camp. High level security clearance means testicle crushing to extract forced confessions.

    Whew! Thanks for the link. I’d like to claim the title of “more zany commenter” for coining the phrase ‘corpses in his closet’ … but that honor goes to bjondo. ["In addition to corpses in his closet, wonder how much looted Russian loot in his off-shore account(s)?"]

    Trouble is, bjondo and I were referring to Jeffrey Sachs. Pat Lang must believe every comment under his article is about him. Sad. One can only hope he reads his “top secret” “classified” information more carefully.

    Meanwhile, he chose not to respond to my genuine concern. Why is he entitled (if he did) to castigate Larry Wilkerson…[pot calling kettle].? Why should Lang be forgiven, Wilkerson not? And BTW, Lang seems to have no remorse, so why forgive him at all?

    As for the rest of his “Commenter Delusions” you’re quite right, Heros. Seems the man won’t tolerate to hear any other view than precisely his own.

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  • Anonymous[954] • Disclaimer says:
    @Heros
    Like the Yankee coward he is, Lang hightailed it out of the Unz comment section back to the safety of his own blog where he promptly bans and/or abuses anyone who he disagrees with. This is typical Yankee behavior, cowardly running away and then crowing about victory once they are certain their opponents can no longer reach them.

    http://turcopolier.typepad.com/sic_semper_tyrannis/2018/04/commenter-delusions.html#disqus_thread

    Lang lightly addresses a few comments in this post from the safety of his own blog, but he ignores the stinky pile of elephant dung following him where ever he goes: War Crimes.

    Every year they seem to drag up another poor conscripted German labor camp guard, who as a teenager in 1945 is still somehow guilty of war crimes now. These guys weren't even officers.

    Lang was in intelligence during Vietnam, when operation Pheonix was in force, which was the equivalent to the Nazi Einsatzgruppen. As the years have passed and the lies have slowly been pealed back about things like Tonkin and the secret bombings, it becomes clear to all non-Yankees that these were egregious war crimes and crimes against humanity. If we consider the complete aftermath of Pol Pot and the fall of Vietnam, the US army has more deaths and crimes to atone for than the German army did, without even considering what has gone on in the middle east since the US recognized Israel, a "country" with no official borders.

    The problem is that there are millions of Yankee war criminals in the US collecting pensions, getting paid for appearances on talk shows, and basking in all that gratitude for their service. Even worse, they form little clubs, like SST, where they pat each other on the back and exchange tidbits of war criminal manna. I am referring to "intelligence".

    This entire Comey/McCabe/Muller/Clinton kubuki theatre that we are forced to endure revolves around "classified" information. Information that only these insiders are allowed to know about, which is clearly sold and leaked at will by those at the top of the food chain. This is the military war criminal manna. They can use and profit from this secret knowledge for decades after they have left "service".

    In Lang's case, he can post juicy tidbits on his blog that he shares with other insider Yankee war criminals and know that the public will come to learn these great secrets, despite the abuse he heaps on anyone who questions anything they are told because of his deep insider knowledge.

    So now that we finally know what a sham all this "top secret" information is, I would propose that it be used a the criteria for determining war crimes when the US finally faces judgment on the misery she has created for humanity. Low level security clearance means a couple of very hungry years in a re-education camp. High level security clearance means testicle crushing to extract forced confessions.

    Lang hightailed it out of the Unz comment section back to the safety of his own blog where he promptly bans and/or abuses anyone who he disagrees with.

    Not before making an ass of himself in this comment section.

    His loss. That’s why unz.com is growing and the colonel’s blog is a tiny circle-jerk, like a thousand other circle-jerks on the WWW. The supply-demand ratio is not in his favour. Ah, well…

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  • Inspectors from the Organization for the Prevention of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) have finally arrived in Douma, Syria, to assess whether a gas attack took place earlier this month. It has taken a week for the inspectors to begin their work, as charges were thrown back and forth about who was causing the delay.Proponents of the...
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  • Anonymous[954] • Disclaimer says:
    @Vojkan
    Neocons would be neocons with or without Israel. The tribal aspect is undisputable, there are overlapping interests, but the goals are different. For neocons, as for Soros progressives who are also far from being all Zionists, it's global domination, for Zionists, it's Greater Israel, which does btw encompass more land than just the mythical Eretz Israel.
    Obviously, the neocons' God complex has a lot to do with being "the chosen people" and obviously their rise to prominence wouldn't have been possible without help from fellow "chosen people" so it's not such a bad idea to root for Israel, but their obsession with subjugating Russia doesn't help at all achieve the Zionists' goals. The latter don't put all their eggs in one basket, and they do in fact have a lot of activity in the back of their American protector but if the USA goes down, the neocons / Soros liberals are gone too.
    In short, Israel would exist without neocons and neocons would exist without Israel - though they'd have to find other ways to pominence than Zionist money -, they're both phenomenons of the same tribe but one can be contained and can be made to accomodate itself with that containment, the others represent a real threat to Planet Earth. The Jewish grip on all aspects of public life, Zionism, neoconism are different processes. The first and the last need to be killed.

    It’s a package deal. If they take out Russia, global domination is virtually assured and Israel will get the World’s crown sooner or later. At the heart of it there’s a messianic lunacy and that’s why we’re facing WW3 at, say, 90% probability.

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    I saw this in the brochure:

    Refuge for the Jews..
    Guard the flank of the Suez for the British..
    Western capitalist power against the Arab Soviet back Socialists for the cold warriors..
    Democracy in the Middle East for Americans..
    Jesus is coming soon for the Evangelicals ..
    Access to oil for the Investment bankers ..

    Something in it for everyone, yay.
    , @Vojkan
    If they take out Russia, Russia will take out Israel so Israel will be a dead king. The Zionists should better reign in the neocons if they want there to be an Israel.
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    @geokat62

    I think it far from absurd to make the distinction between neocons and Zionists, since neocons will certainly not disappear even if Israel disappeared.
     
    Nice try. Neocons, like most liberal Jews, were originally leftists who crossed over the political divide because they realized, especially after witnessing The Left's resistance to the Vietnam War, progressivism would lead to a non-interventionist US foreign policy, spelling disaster for the Jewish state. In other words, Israel is the neocons raison d'être... without it, they would rejoin most of their brethren who reside on the left of the political spectrum. If you require proof of this, just look at how the neocons easily switched over to the Democrats and HC during the 2016 presidential campaign, when Trump promised to end the regime-change wars. That's because the only thing conservative about the neoconservatives is their support for a more hawkish foreign policy, for the benefit of the Jewish state.

    Very good post.

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  • During the bombing of Baghdad in January 1991 I went with other journalists on a government-organised trip to what they claimed was the remains of a baby milk plant at Abu Ghraib which the US had just destroyed, saying that it was really a biological warfare facility. Walking around the wreckage, I found a smashed-up...
  • Trump pulled the trigger, but instead of a “bang!” what the world heard was a demure “click”. Considering that we are talking about playing a most dangerous game of potentially nuclear Russian AngloZionist roulette, the “click” is very good news indeed. But, to use the words of Nikki Haley, the US “gun” is still “locked...
  • @annamaria
    The US-style “democracy on the march” in Poland, the obedient vassal of the ZUSA: https://www.fort-russ.com/2018/04/breaking-polish-political-prisoner-mateusz-piskorski-to-be-charged-with-espionage-for-russia/
    “The Polish National Prosecutor’s Office has issued an indictment against the famous scholar, anti-NATO activist, and leader of the political party Zmiana, Dr. Mateusz Piskorski.
    The full case and details of the indictment remain classified… The National Council of ZMIANA calls for the immediate declassification of the indictment against the Chairman of ZMIANA, Dr. Mateusz Pisorski: “ We believe that this whole affair is unprecedented in the recent history of Poland and is evidence of a lack of freedom of speech and freedom of political beliefs in the Republic evermore often referred to as “NATO’s Eastern Flank” as if the only meaning of our Fatherland’s existence is protecting the interests of the United States." …
    Dr. Mateusz Piskorski has repeatedly warned against the dangers of a Third World War breaking out over NATO expansion in Eastern Europe and Poland’s degradation into a potential battlefield. …
    Piskorski has been dubbed contemporary Poland’s first political prisoner, and his indictment for alleged espionage behind closed doors could usher in a new era of political repression in NATO-occupied European countries…”
    -- There is no available information on the weasel Edward Zalewski, a current National Public Prosecutor, who produced the indictment

    Thanks for the information. I was wondering what happened to Dr. Pisorski after he was arrested more than a years ago, I think, on ridiculous charges of spying for Russia, and I believe China (!) was also mentioned. As ridiculous as it gets.

    Frankly, the development of the Polish political system towards a totalitarian repressive regime doesn’t surprise me in the least. A rabidly nationalistic stance with extreme hostility towards any deviation from the official viewpoint in the interpretation of the historic or political events was to lead to repressions – this was inevitable.

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    Frankly, the development of the Polish political system towards a totalitarian repressive regime doesn’t surprise me in the least.
     
    The Poles are no more "totalitarian" and "repressive" than the Russians. They have an open society with free elections. They are nationalists fully aware of their history with Moscow. Painting the Poles as crypto-fascists is insulting and condescending. Floating that kind of bile only aggravates the relationship between the two countries/cultures.

    I'm not saying that the Poles' interpretation of current Russian foreign policy is accurate. But it's up to the Poles and Russians to collectively work that out over time.

    The MASSIVE impediment to a productive and peaceful rapprochement between Poland and Russia is the Global Cop Gorilla in Washington that loves to stir the pot of conflict for its own ego's sake.

    P.S. I'm thinking the catalyst for improved relations between Poland and Russia would be visible exchanges between the Polish Catholic Primate and the Russian Orthodox Patriarch. Being brothers in Christ in what is largely a Post-Christian Europe should transcend political boundaries.

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  • With slight disappointment the public regarded the field. Just a minute ago, two knights were converging in fearsome joust, their spears pointing forth, plumage blowing, horses galloping, ladies out waving their handkerchiefs to their champions, - and now we see they have passed each other, both firmly in the saddle, plumage unruffled, spears unbloodied, horses...
  • @Thirdeye
    Hey fool,

    If you don't understand velocity, ascent angle (approximate), and time by now you never will. It doesn't matter how you try to puff yourself up by pontificating about elementary trigonometry.

    Still no answer from you about the hit rate on cruise missiles by 1960s-70s systems during the Kosovo war.

    Toodles

    Don’t bother debating with FB. He is a Mr. Know All, regards himself as the final depository of all knowledge and wisdom, loutishly rude for no reason, and given to hurling insults and abuse.

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  • Trump pulled the trigger, but instead of a “bang!” what the world heard was a demure “click”. Considering that we are talking about playing a most dangerous game of potentially nuclear Russian AngloZionist roulette, the “click” is very good news indeed. But, to use the words of Nikki Haley, the US “gun” is still “locked...
  • @EugeneGur

    Putin/Russia are fighting the “Anglo Zionist” empire because the same empire simply wishes to dispose of the regime in Kremlin and take over the country
     
    This means that Russia is fighting a defensive war and the West the war of aggression, which by definition makes Russia right and the West wrong.

    Two mobsters in a turf war.
     
    For the Russians "the turf", as you put it, is our own country and we do defend it. It's the oldest trick in the book - to equate the aggressor and the defender because they both use military means. In reality, there is only one mafia here, and it isn't Russia.

    should the empire goes down tomorrow, “Team Putin” will want to replace U.S. deep state in a second.
     
    That we do not know. The only thing we do know is what is going on right before our eyes: the US and the entire West behaving like a gangster disregarding any and every rule of civilized behavior and endangering everyone, and Russia acting as the only adult in the room. The rest is a transparent attempt to justify the West's behavior: the West isn't to blame, for"both sides are equally bad".

    This means that Russia is fighting a defensive war and the West the war of aggression, which by definition makes Russia right and the West wrong.

    Some people don’t equate the regime in Kremlin with Russia.

    For the Russians “the turf”, as you put it, is our own country and we do defend it.

    Nobody was attacking Russia last time (5 minutes ago) I checked.
    Last time it happened ’41. At least you people are fond of regurgitating that all the time.

    That we do not know.

    Some of us do. We also aren’t bad in history either. Like remembering USSR expansion into Europe.We simply don’t like to see another.
    “Do not trust Moscow”. Short and simple. Keyword “trust”.

    We made our positions clear.
    Let’s move on.

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    Some people don’t equate the regime in Kremlin with Russia.
     
    This is not any "regime"; this is a government of Russia supported by more than 70% of the people. And if anybody is entitled to "remove" people in Kremlin, that would be citizens of Russia at the time and in the manner they see fit, and no one else. Whoever those "some people" are and what they think is of no consequence.

    Nobody was attacking Russia last time (5 minutes ago) I checked.
     
    Russia is under attack, albeit not yet with missiles. In case you missed that, economic sanctions is a form of warfare. The only reason missiles aren't flying is that Russia can and will fight back, and you know it. And you aren't good at fighting with an able adversary.

    Some of us do. We also aren’t bad in history either.
     
    You claim to be a psychic able to see the future? I sincerely doubt it. And you are pathetic in history, if you mean the real one, not the history you invented to suit your delusion of grandeur. USSR "expansion into Europe", indeed! You conveniently forget that it followed a very bloody "expansion" of Europe into the USSR, my friend.

    We made our positions clear.
     
    Your position has always been abundantly clear. Pity it just doesn't matter that much any more.
    , @annamaria
    The "regime" -- and a theocratic one -- is in your beloved apartheid Jewish State. ("Israel does not have a written constitution," "the Israeli government gives special preference to Judaism," "Although Israel does not grant special privileges to any special Jewish group, many European Jews belong to higher social classes than Arabs and “Oriental” Jews").
    And who are these "we" in your mysterious "We made our positions clear" - the US ziocons?
    The ziocons had attacked Russian interests in Ukraine (which borders with Russia) and arranged the NATO military bae there. The coup d'etat was to the detriments of the majority of Ukrainian people, including Ukrainian Jews that have been enjoying the triumph of banderism in Kiev and beyond since then. Nothing pleasures the Kagans' clan more than a profitable cooperation with the followers of Bandera. "Lionized as a nationalist hero in Ukraine, Stepan Bandera was a Nazi sympathizer who left behind a horrific legacy," https://www.jacobinmag.com/2015/09/stepan-bandera-nationalist-euromaidan-right-sector/
    The ziocons have been arming and providing with the logistics the "moderate" terrorists in the Middle East, where Russia has been defending her interests by the legitimate means, on the legitimate invitation from the legitimate Syrian government -- unlike the ziocon coalition of the US/NATO + Israel + the oh-so-democratic Saudis + the CIA-trained head-choppers and liver eaters.
    Russia is just another unfortunate country where the militant Jews wanted to get the upper hand for the expense of the natives. What your tribe has been commemorating for centuries during Purim? -- A mass slaughter of the native population provoked by the obnoxious Jewish guests. And this is what gives joy to your tribe: "Happy is the one who seizes your [Persian, Russian, German...] infants and dashes them against the rocks." Psalm 137:9
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  • The April 14 missile attacks on Syria were a politically-motivated fireworks display that were largely designed to silence Trump's critics. The attacks-- which were coordinated with Moscow-- did not kill any Russian, Syrian, Iranian or Hezbollah combat troops. They did not kill any Syrian civilians. They did not impede the Syrian Army's ongoing military offensive...
  • @DC
    It may be that Trump knows exactly what he is doing and has tricked the neo-cons/noe-liberals in to thinking he’s tough on Syria and Russia while behind their backs colluding with Putin to avoid ww3 and working to pull out of Syria regardless.

    The strike was really just a $150million advertising opportunity for Russian missil defense systems. The idiot general that announced 100% success should be fired as spokesperson for the pentagon-deep state. His ploy might have had a chance at being credible with a 93% success rate but 100% was never going to be credible!

    As for Bolton and Pompeo, keep your enemies close so you know what they are doing, tell them what they want to hear, let them imagine they are powerful and then take them down when they least expect it.

    Anything is possible here. Ya can’t just mate the king in a castled position. Ya have to pin, skewer, fork and threat to win. Bolton could be neocon prophylactic . He could be Sheldon brand ,TM oven mitts for red hot neocon buttons. Maybe he will toss Bolton after this at some point. I mean to do neocon stuff without a Bolton would tend to stick more to Trump. That would be really Machiavellian stuff….

    It would also be really kind of funny if Russia baited this for their arms industry. What will really be telling is their sales of these systems in the next few years. It was a weapons demo.

    As for domestically?

    scenario #1
    Our missiles are crap and need to be updated?
    They are? Prove it.
    Fire some missile at Syria and see what happens.

    scenario #2
    Sheldon has some cash.
    for what?
    You have to take in Bolton and take his advice.
    Trump does so with disinterest , an lobs a few..

    scenario #3

    Trump had a spicy meal last night….

    scenario #4
    He has eyes for Bibi and his playboy life style is just a front….or he is a regular old crypto-zionist.

    I mean what is to make of lobbing a few in half hearted , neocon fashion?

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  • In 2004 I published an article in the journal, Middle East Policy that was entitled “Drinking the Koolaid.” The article reviewed the process by which the neocon element in the Bush Administration seized control of the process of policy formation and drove the United States in the direction of invasion of Iraq and the destruction...
  • Rumors about the intelligence and impeccable honesty of the Brits are highly exaggerated: “The Skripal Affair: A Lie Too Far? by Michael Jabara Carley” http://www.voltairenet.org/article200813.html
    “The Russian government, in fact, proposed that the alleged poisoning of the Skripals should be examined by the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in The Hague, according to procedures to which Britain itself had agreed when the OPCW was established in 1997. …

    The British attempted hijacking of the OPCW has compromised its independence… Moreover, since the BZ toxin is made by the US, Britain and other NATO countries, it begs the same questions, which the Tories put to Moscow: How did the perpetrators obtain the BZ toxin and bring it to Salisbury? Did MI5 or MI6 authorise a false flag attack against the Skripals, or was it authorised by the British cabinet or by the prime minister alone? Or did British authorities lose control of their stockpiles? The trail of evidence does not lead to Moscow; it leads to London.

    A prima facie case can be made that the British government is lying about the Skripal affaire. … British authorities are now saying that they have other top-secret evidence, which explains everything, but unfortunately, it can’t be publicised. …

    Given all the evidence, can any person with reasonable abilities to think critically believe anything the Tories are saying about the Salisbury affair?
    “They are liars. And they know that they are liars,” the late Egyptian writer and Nobel laureate Naguib Mahfouz once wrote: “And we know that they are liars. Even so, they keep lying….” Mahfouz was not writing about the British, but all the same, he could have been. Are not his well-known lines apposite to the present government in London?”

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  • Trump pulled the trigger, but instead of a “bang!” what the world heard was a demure “click”. Considering that we are talking about playing a most dangerous game of potentially nuclear Russian AngloZionist roulette, the “click” is very good news indeed. But, to use the words of Nikki Haley, the US “gun” is still “locked...
  • “I honestly don’t know who in the US should get the credit for doing the right thing, but that person(s) deserves our collective gratitude. Rumors say that Mattis was the man, others point to Dunford and some even to Trump himself (I doubt that). Again, I don’t know who did it, but this action deserves a standing ovation.”

    I believe the decision to scale back the missile attack on Syria was made by Orange Clown’s jewish-supremacist handlers themselves. As I see it, Orange Clown and the “people” around him are nothing but props. The whole Orange Clown administration is pure political theater, IMO.

    I think the reason Bolton was appointed (and the reason Mattis has not been fired), is because the juxtaposition of the two – on either side of the arbitrary and capricious Orange Clown – gives our gamesmen maximum propagandistic flexibility in their psyop against humanity.

    When a bellicose Trump makes threats, we’re to take it that he’s merely channeling Bolton. Then the gamesmen observe the response of the “system”, and they’re free to appropriately follow up with anything on the spectrum from bloodthirsty psychopath (Bolton) to that of a somewhat more reasonable bastard (Mattis).

    I think this Bolton/Mattis dialectic is exemplified with the strike against Syria. Orange Clown was ordered by his handlers to marshal the naval strike group and make the necessary threats, i.e., to provide the stimulus, then the gamesmen studied the Russian response. And when the Russians put their ships to sea and the Russian Airborne Command Center took to flight or whatever, they assessed that Russia would respond militarily. Apparently not yet willing to start WW3, they had the flexibility to take a step back and attribute it to the influence of Mattis, thus limiting the loss of face.

    Anyway, the big picture here, as I see it, is that Orange Clown and his handlers are faced with the same problem that Obama and his handlers had: All the low-hanging fruit has already been picked. And any attempt to pick the fruit hanging at a higher level, e.g. Syria, is associated with some very serious risks.

    In the confusion that reigned immediately after Orange Clown’s inauguration, the opportunistic Orange Clown was able to quickly prop a ladder up against the tree, and start climbing (something that Hillary Clinton wouldn’t have been able to do). Despite Orange Clown’s affectatious posturing, it has now become clear that Orange Clown intended to pick the fruit himself (of course for his handlers), rather than spray the insects threatening the fruit, as he had disingenuously intimated.

    So here we are now at a stalemate, albeit a very dangerous one, with Vladimir Putin trying to avoid a nuclear war (but already backed into a corner and ready to fight if forced), and Orange Clown’s handlers working day and night, interminably probing and pushing the limits, trying to come up with their next move.

    Perhaps the next “click” will be some kind of catastrophic false-flag attack?

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    Perhaps the next “click” will be some kind of catastrophic false-flag attack?
     
    To be "catastrophic" means that Russia gets false-flagged, not Syria or Iran. It could happen. The Zionists want "regime change" with the destruction of Syria and Iran, and they're not going to get it while the Russians remain in the area .

    False-flags need time, preparation and co-ordination, and a clue might be the current intense anti-Russian propaganda. Modern day Zionist false-flags always seem to start with a preparatory media barrage against the target, and there's no doubt that Russia is getting the treatment.

    They could sink a US Navy ship to get their war, but what would the subsequent US assault look like? and with what kind of Russian response? It's given that the US can't fight a ground war in Syria and Iran, and it's navy and air force are too exposed to modern weapons, so as Saker suggests it could quickly develop into a Middle East nuclear war.

    This would give Israel/US/Saudi Arabia their victory, with the bet that Russia would pull back from a full inter-continental nuclear engagement given that only Syrian and Iranian targets are hit with nuclear weapons.

    However, if the fated bullet happened to be in that fated chamber, the Russians would decide to get it over with, and flatten Israel, New York, Washington, Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, the Pentagon, Langley etc. with a few thousand warheads to spare.

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  • @EugeneGur

    Putin/Russia are fighting the “Anglo Zionist” empire because the same empire simply wishes to dispose of the regime in Kremlin and take over the country
     
    This means that Russia is fighting a defensive war and the West the war of aggression, which by definition makes Russia right and the West wrong.

    Two mobsters in a turf war.
     
    For the Russians "the turf", as you put it, is our own country and we do defend it. It's the oldest trick in the book - to equate the aggressor and the defender because they both use military means. In reality, there is only one mafia here, and it isn't Russia.

    should the empire goes down tomorrow, “Team Putin” will want to replace U.S. deep state in a second.
     
    That we do not know. The only thing we do know is what is going on right before our eyes: the US and the entire West behaving like a gangster disregarding any and every rule of civilized behavior and endangering everyone, and Russia acting as the only adult in the room. The rest is a transparent attempt to justify the West's behavior: the West isn't to blame, for"both sides are equally bad".

    The US-style “democracy on the march” in Poland, the obedient vassal of the ZUSA: https://www.fort-russ.com/2018/04/breaking-polish-political-prisoner-mateusz-piskorski-to-be-charged-with-espionage-for-russia/
    “The Polish National Prosecutor’s Office has issued an indictment against the famous scholar, anti-NATO activist, and leader of the political party Zmiana, Dr. Mateusz Piskorski.
    The full case and details of the indictment remain classified… The National Council of ZMIANA calls for the immediate declassification of the indictment against the Chairman of ZMIANA, Dr. Mateusz Pisorski: “ We believe that this whole affair is unprecedented in the recent history of Poland and is evidence of a lack of freedom of speech and freedom of political beliefs in the Republic evermore often referred to as “NATO’s Eastern Flank” as if the only meaning of our Fatherland’s existence is protecting the interests of the United States.” …
    Dr. Mateusz Piskorski has repeatedly warned against the dangers of a Third World War breaking out over NATO expansion in Eastern Europe and Poland’s degradation into a potential battlefield. …
    Piskorski has been dubbed contemporary Poland’s first political prisoner, and his indictment for alleged espionage behind closed doors could usher in a new era of political repression in NATO-occupied European countries…”
    – There is no available information on the weasel Edward Zalewski, a current National Public Prosecutor, who produced the indictment

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    Thanks for the information. I was wondering what happened to Dr. Pisorski after he was arrested more than a years ago, I think, on ridiculous charges of spying for Russia, and I believe China (!) was also mentioned. As ridiculous as it gets.

    Frankly, the development of the Polish political system towards a totalitarian repressive regime doesn't surprise me in the least. A rabidly nationalistic stance with extreme hostility towards any deviation from the official viewpoint in the interpretation of the historic or political events was to lead to repressions - this was inevitable.
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  • In 2004 I published an article in the journal, Middle East Policy that was entitled “Drinking the Koolaid.” The article reviewed the process by which the neocon element in the Bush Administration seized control of the process of policy formation and drove the United States in the direction of invasion of Iraq and the destruction...
  • Like the Yankee coward he is, Lang hightailed it out of the Unz comment section back to the safety of his own blog where he promptly bans and/or abuses anyone who he disagrees with. This is typical Yankee behavior, cowardly running away and then crowing about victory once they are certain their opponents can no longer reach them.

    http://turcopolier.typepad.com/sic_semper_tyrannis/2018/04/commenter-delusions.html#disqus_thread

    Lang lightly addresses a few comments in this post from the safety of his own blog, but he ignores the stinky pile of elephant dung following him where ever he goes: War Crimes.

    Every year they seem to drag up another poor conscripted German labor camp guard, who as a teenager in 1945 is still somehow guilty of war crimes now. These guys weren’t even officers.

    Lang was in intelligence during Vietnam, when operation Pheonix was in force, which was the equivalent to the Nazi Einsatzgruppen. As the years have passed and the lies have slowly been pealed back about things like Tonkin and the secret bombings, it becomes clear to all non-Yankees that these were egregious war crimes and crimes against humanity. If we consider the complete aftermath of Pol Pot and the fall of Vietnam, the US army has more deaths and crimes to atone for than the German army did, without even considering what has gone on in the middle east since the US recognized Israel, a “country” with no official borders.

    The problem is that there are millions of Yankee war criminals in the US collecting pensions, getting paid for appearances on talk shows, and basking in all that gratitude for their service. Even worse, they form little clubs, like SST, where they pat each other on the back and exchange tidbits of war criminal manna. I am referring to “intelligence”.

    This entire Comey/McCabe/Muller/Clinton kubuki theatre that we are forced to endure revolves around “classified” information. Information that only these insiders are allowed to know about, which is clearly sold and leaked at will by those at the top of the food chain. This is the military war criminal manna. They can use and profit from this secret knowledge for decades after they have left “service”.

    In Lang’s case, he can post juicy tidbits on his blog that he shares with other insider Yankee war criminals and know that the public will come to learn these great secrets, despite the abuse he heaps on anyone who questions anything they are told because of his deep insider knowledge.

    So now that we finally know what a sham all this “top secret” information is, I would propose that it be used a the criteria for determining war crimes when the US finally faces judgment on the misery she has created for humanity. Low level security clearance means a couple of very hungry years in a re-education camp. High level security clearance means testicle crushing to extract forced confessions.

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    Lang hightailed it out of the Unz comment section back to the safety of his own blog where he promptly bans and/or abuses anyone who he disagrees with.
     
    Not before making an ass of himself in this comment section.

    His loss. That's why unz.com is growing and the colonel's blog is a tiny circle-jerk, like a thousand other circle-jerks on the WWW. The supply-demand ratio is not in his favour. Ah, well...
    , @RobinG
    Whew! Thanks for the link. I'd like to claim the title of "more zany commenter" for coining the phrase 'corpses in his closet' ... but that honor goes to bjondo. ["In addition to corpses in his closet, wonder how much looted Russian loot in his off-shore account(s)?"]

    Trouble is, bjondo and I were referring to Jeffrey Sachs. Pat Lang must believe every comment under his article is about him. Sad. One can only hope he reads his “top secret” “classified” information more carefully.

    Meanwhile, he chose not to respond to my genuine concern. Why is he entitled (if he did) to castigate Larry Wilkerson...[pot calling kettle].? Why should Lang be forgiven, Wilkerson not? And BTW, Lang seems to have no remorse, so why forgive him at all?

    As for the rest of his "Commenter Delusions" you're quite right, Heros. Seems the man won't tolerate to hear any other view than precisely his own.
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  • @annamaria
    "PERSONALIZED, INDIVIDUALIZED punishment is needed for the neocon criminals and their MSM stooges"
    -- Agree. The ill-gotten fortunes must be reappropriated from the criminals' progeny and invested into the restoration of the damaged countries.

    IN ADDITION to the punishment of the criminals themselves.

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  • Inspectors from the Organization for the Prevention of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) have finally arrived in Douma, Syria, to assess whether a gas attack took place earlier this month. It has taken a week for the inspectors to begin their work, as charges were thrown back and forth about who was causing the delay.Proponents of the...
  • Russia/Syria: Send weapons inspectors because we have nothing to hide

    US/Britain/France: Bomb the sites before weapons inspectors arrive because we know there are weapons.

    Which seems more plausible?

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  • Trump pulled the trigger, but instead of a “bang!” what the world heard was a demure “click”. Considering that we are talking about playing a most dangerous game of potentially nuclear Russian AngloZionist roulette, the “click” is very good news indeed. But, to use the words of Nikki Haley, the US “gun” is still “locked...
  • @peterAUS

    The reason why most people chose to believe this soap opera,-Putin/Russia opposing , fighting the “Anglo Zionist” empire – is because they take their wish, hope for reality.
     
    Agree, up to a point.

    Putin/Russia are fighting the "Anglo Zionist" empire because the same empire simply wishes to dispose of the regime in Kremlin and take over the country as it's taken over all those smaller countries in its expansion to East.
    They are not fighting the same system. Say, should the empire goes down tomorrow, "Team Putin" will want to replace U.S. deep state in a second.

    Two mobsters in a turf war.
    Both criminals, still.

    My take anyway.

    Putin/Russia are fighting the “Anglo Zionist” empire because the same empire simply wishes to dispose of the regime in Kremlin and take over the country

    This means that Russia is fighting a defensive war and the West the war of aggression, which by definition makes Russia right and the West wrong.

    Two mobsters in a turf war.

    For the Russians “the turf”, as you put it, is our own country and we do defend it. It’s the oldest trick in the book – to equate the aggressor and the defender because they both use military means. In reality, there is only one mafia here, and it isn’t Russia.

    should the empire goes down tomorrow, “Team Putin” will want to replace U.S. deep state in a second.

    That we do not know. The only thing we do know is what is going on right before our eyes: the US and the entire West behaving like a gangster disregarding any and every rule of civilized behavior and endangering everyone, and Russia acting as the only adult in the room. The rest is a transparent attempt to justify the West’s behavior: the West isn’t to blame, for”both sides are equally bad”.

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    The US-style “democracy on the march” in Poland, the obedient vassal of the ZUSA: https://www.fort-russ.com/2018/04/breaking-polish-political-prisoner-mateusz-piskorski-to-be-charged-with-espionage-for-russia/
    “The Polish National Prosecutor’s Office has issued an indictment against the famous scholar, anti-NATO activist, and leader of the political party Zmiana, Dr. Mateusz Piskorski.
    The full case and details of the indictment remain classified… The National Council of ZMIANA calls for the immediate declassification of the indictment against the Chairman of ZMIANA, Dr. Mateusz Pisorski: “ We believe that this whole affair is unprecedented in the recent history of Poland and is evidence of a lack of freedom of speech and freedom of political beliefs in the Republic evermore often referred to as “NATO’s Eastern Flank” as if the only meaning of our Fatherland’s existence is protecting the interests of the United States." …
    Dr. Mateusz Piskorski has repeatedly warned against the dangers of a Third World War breaking out over NATO expansion in Eastern Europe and Poland’s degradation into a potential battlefield. …
    Piskorski has been dubbed contemporary Poland’s first political prisoner, and his indictment for alleged espionage behind closed doors could usher in a new era of political repression in NATO-occupied European countries…”
    -- There is no available information on the weasel Edward Zalewski, a current National Public Prosecutor, who produced the indictment
    , @peterAUS

    This means that Russia is fighting a defensive war and the West the war of aggression, which by definition makes Russia right and the West wrong.
     
    Some people don't equate the regime in Kremlin with Russia.

    For the Russians “the turf”, as you put it, is our own country and we do defend it.
     
    Nobody was attacking Russia last time (5 minutes ago) I checked.
    Last time it happened '41. At least you people are fond of regurgitating that all the time.

    That we do not know.
     
    Some of us do. We also aren't bad in history either. Like remembering USSR expansion into Europe.We simply don't like to see another.
    "Do not trust Moscow". Short and simple. Keyword "trust".

    We made our positions clear.
    Let's move on.
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  • With slight disappointment the public regarded the field. Just a minute ago, two knights were converging in fearsome joust, their spears pointing forth, plumage blowing, horses galloping, ladies out waving their handkerchiefs to their champions, - and now we see they have passed each other, both firmly in the saddle, plumage unruffled, spears unbloodied, horses...
  • @Kotlin
    @FB

    I agree. I also wanted to thank you for your great work on this website. I admire your scientific knowledge and your sense of humor. We learn a lot from you. BTW, How come you don't write a full article?

    Thanks for your kind words…glad to hear you enjoy my technical comments…

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  • Trump pulled the trigger, but instead of a “bang!” what the world heard was a demure “click”. Considering that we are talking about playing a most dangerous game of potentially nuclear Russian AngloZionist roulette, the “click” is very good news indeed. But, to use the words of Nikki Haley, the US “gun” is still “locked...
  • @eD
    "There are striking parallels between the collapse of the Warsaw Pact and the current paroxysms of NATO. In each case, the struggle is not between the hegemon and the satellites – the struggle is between hard-line satellites and soft-line satellites. Tsipras is NATO’s Dubchek. May is NATO’s Honecker. Corbin is NATO’s Mielke. Orban is NATO’s Grósz. Trump is NATO’s Gorbachev."

    This is a fascinating analogy. That would make Macron NATO's Ceausescu. I'm not sure what that would make Trudeau.

    “I’m not sure what that would make Trudeau.”

    I am not familiar enough with the old Warsaw Pact leaders. However, if you are known by the company you keep, Trudeau’s pals – John Dalglish and Christopher Ingvaldson – might lead some, who don’t like Trudeau, to consider the term, pedophile.

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  • Butcher of Damascus. Gasser of children. Baby Killer of Syria. Tool of Moscow. Cruel despot. Monster. These are all names the western media and politicians routinely heap on Syria’s president, Bashar al-Assad. He has now become the top Mideast villain, the man we love to hate. As a veteran Mideast watcher, I find all this...
  • @LondonBob
    Nothing fake about the German atrocities against Belgian civilians, see Dinant. Anyway Britain was allied with the Tsar so the media gatekeepers kept up a steady drumbeat of pro German propaganda so that Anglo-Saxon America could not aid her sister country sooner.

    Does Belgium exist for any reason other than to trigger British entry into Continental wars?

    Does Great Britain exist for any reason other than to import governing majorities of Pakistani Muslims and generate dossiers on American Presidential candidates?

    Great job drawing up the modern Middle East, by the way.

    Next time you decide to enter a war to keep Germany from becoming the top industrial power on the Continent I think we’ll sit that one out.

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  • In 2004 I published an article in the journal, Middle East Policy that was entitled “Drinking the Koolaid.” The article reviewed the process by which the neocon element in the Bush Administration seized control of the process of policy formation and drove the United States in the direction of invasion of Iraq and the destruction...
  • In short, Israel would exist without neocons and neocons would exist without Israel –

    Isruel would not exist without the USA and the fact that they have 100 nukes, the Samson option.

    Targeted assassinations, the Jews do it, the anti Zionist movement should do it also. Oye vey do I have a list. (Grin) Surprisingly many are shabbos goys.

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    Israel can exist without the USA. Nukes are a pretty good life insurance. How it would fare without US taxpayers' money is another matter. You should bear in mind though that Jews rule the banks, the media, the entertainment, the justice, and the education in the whole Western world, not only in the US.
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  • I have never ruled out the possibility that Russia is responsible for the attack in Salisbury, amongst other possibilities. But I do rule out the possibility that Assad is dropping chemical weapons in Ghouta. In this extraordinary war, where Saudi-funded jihadist head choppers have Israeli air support and US and UK military “advisers”, every time...
  • @RobinG
    Some good news on the home front.
    Yesterday, 30 pro-Palestinian-rights Jewish Americans with If Not Now demanded that Sen. Cardin condemn Israel's violence toward peacefully protesting Gazans.
    The way out of this doomsday spiral is that Israel fairly peacefully implodes, a la USSR.
    It could happen. 2021.

    https://www.haaretz.com/us-news/jewish-activists-storm-senator-s-office-as-lawmakers-sound-off-on-gaza-1.6008583
    Jewish Activists Storm Senator's Office as Lawmakers Sound Off on Israel's Conduct at Gaza Border

    The movie “Exodus” would receive a chilly reception if produced today,

    Arab terrorism was a ghastly mistake and yielded only considerable sympathy for Israel.

    But now that good will has evaporated and only fear of personal, economic, or political retribution controls.

    Now there is much clarity on AIPAC, SPLC, BB, ADL, AJC, HIAS, the Adelson Primary, the JDL, the Liberty, Pollard, Barbara the Spiller of the Beans, Soros, sayonim, neocons, Jewish representation in Bolshevism and radical leftist causes, media concentration and ownership, endless demonization of Nazis, dual citizenship, Jewish manipulation over The Holocaust but complete and utter silence about the Other Holocausts, destruction of basic rights in the name of fighting “anti-Semitism,” inordinate worldwide political and economic control, immigration fanaticism (remember 1965!), Gelbaum and the Sierra Club, the Frankfurt School, the content of the Talmud, supremacism, Rabbi Schneerson quotes, in-group loyalty, Ashkenazis, the Yinon Plan, monoethnic Israel but diversity for the goyim, the Sampson Option, aggressive war in Syria, the astronomical worldwide political distortions of Zionism, billions in aid to Israel for what exactly, fairy tales about Israel as our BFF in the ME, and now outrageous killing of demonstrators in Gaza with hogwash about mortal threats to the border.

    For the truth about Zionism as a non-Jewish phenomenon the thinking of some religious Jews is amazing. Intelligence and astonishing good sense.

    The long and the short of Israel is that the British promised Zionists land that was not theirs to dispose of to solve a problem the owners thereof did not create. Zionistas think some vaporous title to Israel is theirs because some completely different guys lived there 2,000 years ago and then moved or got absorbed somewhere. They have established this patent nonsense by force of arms and maintain it by force of arms. Thus they enjoy sovereignty for the moment but they are kidding themselves if “Live by the sword, die by the sword” doesn’t apply to them. Is there any good will left?

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  • The Yazidis, who were recently the target of massacre, rape and sex slavery by Isis, are now facing forcible conversion to Islam under the threat of death from Turkish-backed forces which captured the Kurdish enclave of Afrin on 18 March. Islamist rebel fighters, who are allied to Turkey and have occupied Yazidi villages in the...
  • Same old, same old story Islam is violent blood drenched nightmare. Every other religion has experienced their tender loving mercy.

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  • Introduction Political leaders and the mass media deluge the public with a constant stream of frightening incidents caused by the enemy-of-the-week: nerve gas killing dozens of little babies in Syria, Russian-directed poison assassination attempts in England and terror incidents throughout Europe, requiring an increase in domestic police state surveillance and spying. Extensively monitored bank records,...
  • @Isabella
    If you look up the 14 defining characteristics of Fascist states, taken from a comparative analysis of every identified and known Fascist state so far, you will see that [a] America ticks 13 of the 14 boxes, and the unticked is actually open to interpretation, and that [b] one of those 14 is to keep the people in a state of fear, usually by drumming up some imaginary threat i.e. in Germany 1930's it was , "the Jews, The socialists, the communists".

    What America is doing now, is only puzzling if you dont have your view finder set right. Just as, if, scanning the Serengeti, it is set to "near" you can't understand the lion suddenly in front of you because you failed to see where he came from - if you dont have your politico-socio viewfinder set to "Fascist" you might be puzzled by things America is doing. Just re-set it, go look again and WoW !! Suddenly it all comes clear.

    Caution to Unz readers: Do not, repeat, do NOT accompany Isabella on a trip to the Serengeti.

    If Isabella’s viewfinder is as accurate as the posted representation of “Fascism,” you may end up gobbled up by the same lion that devoured Germany and Italy in the 1940s.

    First, what’s this “Fourteen Points” checklist? It’s something published by one Lawrence Britt.

    Second, Who is Lawrence Britt?
    Take your pick:

    source: google

    Who was Dr. Lawrence Britt and how is he connected with fascism
    http://www.slader.com/…/who-was-dr-lawrence-britt-and-how-is-he-connected-with-fascism…;
    Lawrence W. Britt is not a doctor in any field but a novelist who compiled fourteen points which he believes define a Fascist regime. He is a novelist, with no formal training in political science or history and so his views on fascism should be viewed objectively and as an opinion rather than as fact or as a definition. He is widely known for using rhetoric to equate the modern Republican party with fascism and his work is largely deemed to be political opinion rather than analysis or study.

    source: google

    Lawrence Britt
    explorepdx.com/britt.html
    Dr. Lawrence Britt, a political scientist, wrote an article about fascism, which appeared in Free Inquiry magazine—a journal of humanist thought. Dr. Britt studied the fascist regimes of Hitler (Germany), Mussolini (Italy), Franco (Spain), Suharto (Indonesia), and Pinochet (Chile). He found the regimes all had 14 things in …

    source: Lawrence Britt himself, via https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/holocaust-museum-warning-signs-fascism/

    The list was originally created by Laurence Britt in 2003, for an article published by Free Inquiry magazine (a publication for secular humanist commentary and analysis). While subsequent postings of the list often attribute it to “Dr. Laurence Britt,” the author said that he was not actually a doctor (nor did he claim to be). Britt himself said that he could be more accurately described as an amateur historian:

    I’ve read this thread with interest. For your information I never made a claim that I was a “Dr.” Someone on the internet made that ASSUMPTION when they passed on the artice. I am a retired bsunessman with a life long interst in history and current events.
    I have a personal book collection on these subjects of over 3000 volumes. I’ve contributed chapters to three books, written another, and am working on a second. I’ve written aproximately 25 magazine and newespaper articles on political and econmic affairs.

    I spent about 200 hours researching the fascism article building on a lifetime interst in the subject.

    My novel, “June , 2004” was written in 1997 and published in 1998. It was a fictional treatment of a future of fascism in America, which has turned out quite predictive of actual events since it was published.Regards, Larry Britt

    Britt created this list during George W. Bush’s tenure as president of the United States. While he did not actually name Bush, he wrote in the original article that some of the early warning signs had already manifested in the United States . . .”

    The Snopes article is the outcome of fact-checking a claim that the USHolocaust Museum “displayed a poster with the 14 points of fascism . . .”; Snopes learned that someone named Sarah Rose tweeted a photo of a “poster” listing the 14 points; on Jan. 30, 2017, under her photo of the poster, Rose tweeted:

    “In the US Holocaust Museum.
    I’m shook.”

    Sarah Rose, who first shared the photograph on social media, confirmed to us that she took the picture in the museum’s gift shop. We reached out to the USHHM to confirm that it sold a poster showing “early warning signs of fascism,” and they told us that the museum no longer carries the poster. . . .

    In less than an hour, Rose’s photo-tweet wended its way through what is euphemistically called the social media tech- work; on Jan. 30, 2017 “Eboneezer Goode added this text to an enhanced photo of Britt’s 14 points and tweeted:

    @RaRaVibes There are two things he has left to do. It’s time for us to rise up and #resist #oppose and #impeach this monster.

    SO, Third, What are the real threats to the American and all other people? How should we set our “viewfinders?”

    The Number One threat is bigotry and ignorance.

    Lawrence Britt’s list is bigoted and stupid.

    USHMM is a temple to dissemination of disinformation for the purpose of engendering hatred, while simultaneously avoiding accountability. It is the centerpiece of bigotry in the Reception Hall of the US Capitol.
    American taxpayers spend more than $50 million each year on this misguiding “viewfinder.”

    Sarah Rose’s tweet was ignorant.

    Rose’s tweet snowballed into an unhinged ad hominem attack and advocacy for extreme political action.

    Isabella is a useful idiot.

    The fruits of bigotry, ignorance and hate-filled disinformation are death and destruction.

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  • In 2004 I published an article in the journal, Middle East Policy that was entitled “Drinking the Koolaid.” The article reviewed the process by which the neocon element in the Bush Administration seized control of the process of policy formation and drove the United States in the direction of invasion of Iraq and the destruction...
  • @Vojkan
    Neocons would be neocons with or without Israel. The tribal aspect is undisputable, there are overlapping interests, but the goals are different. For neocons, as for Soros progressives who are also far from being all Zionists, it's global domination, for Zionists, it's Greater Israel, which does btw encompass more land than just the mythical Eretz Israel.
    Obviously, the neocons' God complex has a lot to do with being "the chosen people" and obviously their rise to prominence wouldn't have been possible without help from fellow "chosen people" so it's not such a bad idea to root for Israel, but their obsession with subjugating Russia doesn't help at all achieve the Zionists' goals. The latter don't put all their eggs in one basket, and they do in fact have a lot of activity in the back of their American protector but if the USA goes down, the neocons / Soros liberals are gone too.
    In short, Israel would exist without neocons and neocons would exist without Israel - though they'd have to find other ways to pominence than Zionist money -, they're both phenomenons of the same tribe but one can be contained and can be made to accomodate itself with that containment, the others represent a real threat to Planet Earth. The Jewish grip on all aspects of public life, Zionism, neoconism are different processes. The first and the last need to be killed.

    For neocons,… it’s global domination, for Zionists, it’s Greater Israel…

    Global domination for neocons is not an end in itself, it is a means to an end… and that end is the enhancement of the security of the Jewish state.

    … but their obsession with subjugating Russia doesn’t help at all achieve the Zionists’ goals.

    Surely, you jest. The neocons like Robert Kaganovitch and his wife Victoria Nudelman, Willian Kristol, David Frum, etc, are obsessed with Russia as Russia is the sponsor of both Iran and Syria, which supply Hezbollah the means by which to keep Israel out of Lebanon.

    In short, Israel would exist without neocons and neocons would exist without Israel

    While the former is true, the latter isn’t.

    The Jewish grip on all aspects of public life, Zionism, neoconism are different processes. The first and the last need to be killed.

    On this, we both can agree.

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    If the US and its suppletives take on Russia, Israel becomes fair game. So to take out Russia, neocons would have to sacrify Israel. That's where the Khazars diverge from mainstream Zionism. What's the use of being God's "chosen people" if you don't rule the world but then what's the use of ruling the world if there is no Israel?
    Zionist support of neocon agenda may well terminate their beloved creature's existence in the ME so they should think twice before pushing their US vassal to attack Russia.
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  • I have never ruled out the possibility that Russia is responsible for the attack in Salisbury, amongst other possibilities. But I do rule out the possibility that Assad is dropping chemical weapons in Ghouta. In this extraordinary war, where Saudi-funded jihadist head choppers have Israeli air support and US and UK military “advisers”, every time...
  • @Sean
    Obama could have attacked the Alawite family dictatorship in Syria on his own authority without asking anyone. He didn't, Under Trump there have been attacks of little materiel significance that haven't done anything to halt the advance of the Assad regieme territory; victories won by Iranian infantry and Russian ground attack planes. The West would simply like him to meet his obligations and stop gassing people as there is an international agreement against killing people that way. Why can't he just stick to the normal use of high explosives to blast them to pieces?

    There’s also an international agreement prohibiting aggressive war. Perhaps you can alert the State Department. Nikki hasn’t heard of it either. Alert her too!

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  • @Sean
    If the US wanted to take on Russia it would have done it in the Ukraine. The US could have taken out Assad with one week of air strikes, before the Russian arrived. They didn't because Syria is not worth it.

    Assad regieme n authorities declared to the relevant international organisation years ago that they had a chemical and bacterial weapons program, and Russia cooperated in the hand over for destruction of all such declared Assad assets .There is a convention against use of chemical weapons and Assad has breached it repeated in the Syrian civil war( that started when he stupidly put up the price of basic necessities) . Anyway he got a second slap on the wrist, and he knows what to do if he wants another one.

    ** Syria is not worth it. **

    On the contrary, the US appears to be obsessed with Syria. And whatever the true interests of the US are, they are precisely what the elite wish to avoid at all costs.

    Sure Assad used chemical weapons. To achieve no tactical advantage ever and guaranteed to stir up Western liars, manipulators, and bed wetters to his strategic disadvantage. Sure. He’s THAT stupid. Let’s see now . . . a rational, gentlemanly medical professional used chemical weapons or jihadi terrorist scum used chemical weapons? Whoa. That’s a really tough one.

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  • Introduction Political leaders and the mass media deluge the public with a constant stream of frightening incidents caused by the enemy-of-the-week: nerve gas killing dozens of little babies in Syria, Russian-directed poison assassination attempts in England and terror incidents throughout Europe, requiring an increase in domestic police state surveillance and spying. Extensively monitored bank records,...
  • @Miro23

    This can only be because the majority of Americans are idiots.

    America’s problems cannot be corrected by elections.
     
    The US has always been more of an economic construct than other nations. It was built on people abandoning the Old World in search of economic opportunity. They weren't idiots, and they had great success - but it's a country without much of a history. Americans trace their "roots" back to other countries in Europe, Africa, South America or Asia.

    In other words the Chinese, Japanese, British or Russians are more homogeneous and ethnically defined, and have lived in and defended the same lands for millennia.

    Americans are more open to defining themselves economically (consumers), rather than national/historically (citizens), and "consumers" are about the most politically inactive group of people imaginable.

    Important insight.

    thanks.

    The Persian empire also offers interesting lessons: diverse ethnic groups were encompassed in the Persian empire and under the system of Cyrus, each conquered state continued its own cultural traditions. They were not melted into a pot of identity-less gravy but intermingled in a khoresh, a stew.
    Later, the Persian empire was conquered by alien invaders who imposed their mores and intermarried with the Persian people.
    Over the millennia, Iran has surrendered large chunks of territory, but a core of Iranian cultural identity, culture, and land mass persists, unified by realistic awareness of their history and a mindset that reveres their artists and poets greater than warriors.

    But to my mind, what most distinguishes Iranian culture is that at its heart, it is not of the Abrahamic root, it is Zoroastrian. The essential element of Abrahamism is intolerance and conquest to force compliance. The essence of Zoroastrianism is the individual’s monitoring of his moral behavior, in his thoughts, words and actions.

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  • Trump pulled the trigger, but instead of a “bang!” what the world heard was a demure “click”. Considering that we are talking about playing a most dangerous game of potentially nuclear Russian AngloZionist roulette, the “click” is very good news indeed. But, to use the words of Nikki Haley, the US “gun” is still “locked...
  • At last some sense. The US Army and IDF ground forces are useless in the ME theater and the US Navy and Airforce are technologically obsolete compared to Russia. Why is that a bad thing?

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  • During the bombing of Baghdad in January 1991 I went with other journalists on a government-organised trip to what they claimed was the remains of a baby milk plant at Abu Ghraib which the US had just destroyed, saying that it was really a biological warfare facility. Walking around the wreckage, I found a smashed-up...
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    We Should be Sceptical of Those Who Claim to Know the Events in Syria?

    This essay is ironic to the extreme, especially because this same “journalist” has also submitted another essay here;

    http://www.unz.com/pcockburn/yazidis-who-suffered-under-isis-now-face-forced-conversion-to-islam/

    I’ll take his own advice given above.

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  • The Yazidis, who were recently the target of massacre, rape and sex slavery by Isis, are now facing forcible conversion to Islam under the threat of death from Turkish-backed forces which captured the Kurdish enclave of Afrin on 18 March. Islamist rebel fighters, who are allied to Turkey and have occupied Yazidi villages in the...
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    This “journalist” bases this essay on one or two people’s testimony, and other nebulous “sources.” I can understand if only Islamist militants were involved… but, the Turkish?

    He says that many Turkish officials say that “if the Kurds live in a tent in Africa, that tent should be destroyed”.

    He says, she says… really? Shameful “journalism.”

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  • The immediate prospect for significant improvement in U.S.-Russia relations now depends on something tangible: Will the forces that sabotaged previous ceasefire agreements in Syria succeed in doing so again, all the better to keep alive the “regime change” dreams of the neoconservatives and liberal interventionists? Or will President Trump succeed where President Obama failed by...
  • Wow, of the many “predictive” articles I’ve read on U.S./Russia (aka Trump/Putin) relations and how much of this hinges on Syria, this one is the real deal. Written 9 months ago and with so much behind it to back it up, Mr. McGovern not only predicted what happened a week ago would happen, he has enough of a full-scale understanding of exactly what is involved here, from things in the past as well as things that are happening today, to be able to predict this would happen long before Trump’s publicing his “intentions” to pull out of Syria.
    I already knew Mr. McGovern knows his stuff; coming across this particular article 9 months later and oddly enough a week after what transpired in Syria, GOOSEBUMPS, and reinforcement of knowing I value his work as I do for a very valid reason.

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  • Disordered thoughts on the National Cockatoo’s latest antics. One: The aghastment and horrilation about the terrible, appalling, shocking etc nature of gas warfare is nonsense. There is nothing unusually hideous about the use of toxic chemicals. Hideous, yes, but not unusually hideous. Boring old workaday artillery, that nobody criticizes, leaves children watching as mommy frantically...
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    @Dagon Shield
    JD, you are so smart and well read yet they have accused of being an Indian... there is no justice!

    you are so smart and well read yet they have accused of being an Indian

    I see what you did there with the implication of that statement.

    I wonder if any hindoo nationalist degenerate with a sufficiently seared butthole will respond to that.

    :D

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    @jim jones
    I am going to enjoy reading Unz the day after Trump gets the Nobel Peace Prize for uniting Korea

    That would be further proof of the Evil Empire’s imminent demise. So, witnessing satan’s pussy slink away with its tail between its legs, should be something to rejoice.

    I am all for Trump getting the Hypocrites, er I mean nobel, Peace Prize.

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    @Steve Gittelson
    Goad is a vassal of TakiMag. Cutting and pasting from one webzine to another is considered gauche, if not outright illegal for various and sundry copyright reasons.

    Unz is an okay guy, and reasonably restrained with regard to the multitude of crazies who use his comment-sections for, sometimes, rather wackadoodley semi-hysterical ranting.

    Busy, busy, busy in the Vonnegutian sense.

    with regard to the multitude of crazies who use his comment-sections for, sometimes, rather wackadoodley semi-hysterical ranting.

    I do it all the time. That is what I love about The UR. :D

    See, it is one thing to be armchair crazies, generally quite harmless, just venting our feelings, than be the crazy racist mofers of your kind, who in stark contrast commit satanic evil, causing untold suffering to real people.

    Can your despicable self understand that basic difference?

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  • In 2004 I published an article in the journal, Middle East Policy that was entitled “Drinking the Koolaid.” The article reviewed the process by which the neocon element in the Bush Administration seized control of the process of policy formation and drove the United States in the direction of invasion of Iraq and the destruction...
  • @geokat62

    I think it far from absurd to make the distinction between neocons and Zionists, since neocons will certainly not disappear even if Israel disappeared.
     
    Nice try. Neocons, like most liberal Jews, were originally leftists who crossed over the political divide because they realized, especially after witnessing The Left's resistance to the Vietnam War, progressivism would lead to a non-interventionist US foreign policy, spelling disaster for the Jewish state. In other words, Israel is the neocons raison d'être... without it, they would rejoin most of their brethren who reside on the left of the political spectrum. If you require proof of this, just look at how the neocons easily switched over to the Democrats and HC during the 2016 presidential campaign, when Trump promised to end the regime-change wars. That's because the only thing conservative about the neoconservatives is their support for a more hawkish foreign policy, for the benefit of the Jewish state.

    Neocons would be neocons with or without Israel. The tribal aspect is undisputable, there are overlapping interests, but the goals are different. For neocons, as for Soros progressives who are also far from being all Zionists, it’s global domination, for Zionists, it’s Greater Israel, which does btw encompass more land than just the mythical Eretz Israel.
    Obviously, the neocons’ God complex has a lot to do with being “the chosen people” and obviously their rise to prominence wouldn’t have been possible without help from fellow “chosen people” so it’s not such a bad idea to root for Israel, but their obsession with subjugating Russia doesn’t help at all achieve the Zionists’ goals. The latter don’t put all their eggs in one basket, and they do in fact have a lot of activity in the back of their American protector but if the USA goes down, the neocons / Soros liberals are gone too.
    In short, Israel would exist without neocons and neocons would exist without Israel – though they’d have to find other ways to pominence than Zionist money -, they’re both phenomenons of the same tribe but one can be contained and can be made to accomodate itself with that containment, the others represent a real threat to Planet Earth. The Jewish grip on all aspects of public life, Zionism, neoconism are different processes. The first and the last need to be killed.

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    For neocons,... it’s global domination, for Zionists, it’s Greater Israel...
     
    Global domination for neocons is not an end in itself, it is a means to an end... and that end is the enhancement of the security of the Jewish state.

    ... but their obsession with subjugating Russia doesn’t help at all achieve the Zionists’ goals.
     
    Surely, you jest. The neocons like Robert Kaganovitch and his wife Victoria Nudelman, Willian Kristol, David Frum, etc, are obsessed with Russia as Russia is the sponsor of both Iran and Syria, which supply Hezbollah the means by which to keep Israel out of Lebanon.

    In short, Israel would exist without neocons and neocons would exist without Israel
     
    While the former is true, the latter isn’t.

    The Jewish grip on all aspects of public life, Zionism, neoconism are different processes. The first and the last need to be killed.
     
    On this, we both can agree.
    , @Anonymous
    It's a package deal. If they take out Russia, global domination is virtually assured and Israel will get the World's crown sooner or later. At the heart of it there's a messianic lunacy and that's why we're facing WW3 at, say, 90% probability.
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  • Butcher of Damascus. Gasser of children. Baby Killer of Syria. Tool of Moscow. Cruel despot. Monster. These are all names the western media and politicians routinely heap on Syria’s president, Bashar al-Assad. He has now become the top Mideast villain, the man we love to hate. As a veteran Mideast watcher, I find all this...
  • @LondonBob
    Nothing fake about the German atrocities against Belgian civilians, see Dinant. Anyway Britain was allied with the Tsar so the media gatekeepers kept up a steady drumbeat of pro German propaganda so that Anglo-Saxon America could not aid her sister country sooner.

    Nothing fake about the German atrocities against Belgian civilians, see Dinant.

    On the contrary. While there were German atrocities (don’t see Dinant, see German Atrocities, 1914 — A History of Denial), quite a bit of it was fake, some staged in Paris for best effect.

    so that Anglo-Saxon America could not aid her sister country sooner

    This was not “Anglo-Saxon” (more like Anglo-Protestant, amirite?) America’s war to wage, indeed it was not even Great Britain’s war to wage. Anyway the “sister country” lost its Empire (as well its population) while “Anglo-Saxon” America gained its, so a transfer between those “sisters” was a good, old, fat win-lose situation.

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  • Disordered thoughts on the National Cockatoo’s latest antics. One: The aghastment and horrilation about the terrible, appalling, shocking etc nature of gas warfare is nonsense. There is nothing unusually hideous about the use of toxic chemicals. Hideous, yes, but not unusually hideous. Boring old workaday artillery, that nobody criticizes, leaves children watching as mommy frantically...
  • @Pat Kittle
    Saddam was falsely accused of (specified) "WMD's" -- AND killing Kuwaiti babies.

    But most of all, Saddam was the "New Hitler!!" -- so we urgently had to save the poor Jews from another Holocau$t.

    Without missing a beat, Qaddafi became the next "New Hitler!!"

    And now Assad is the "New Hitler!!"

    "New Hitlers!!" everywhere, it seems -- everywhere Israel orders the goyim to fight its wars.

    Ahmadinejad was the "New Hitler!!"

    Rouhani is the new "New Hitler!!"

    Kim Song Un is the "New Hitler!!"

    Putin is the "New Hitler!!"

    Oy, it's anudda Shoah!!

    Please do us all a favour and rememeber to take your meds tommorow

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  • @SunBakedSuburb
    "... Russia and China have adult leadership."

    They are also non-democratic, authoritarian regimes.

    "By contrast, Trump is a loon, ignorant of practically everything, mentally chaotic, and easily modified."

    That's all true, especially the last bit. But give the Orange One some credit: he was a wrecking ball to the stagnant, hideous Clinton and Bush dynasties. He has also driven the DC establishment and media insane. Pure schadenfreude.

    Yup, regardless of what Trump does or doesn’t do, he has completely outed the globalist cabal and uniparty system.

    To be honest I’m not sure that he even knew why he had such a following. He does not seem like the most thoughtful man. He saw the crowds with thousands of Americans cheering his message, so he kept repeating it. He might not have seen himself in the same way that we “conspiracy theorists” did. So he’s confused and doesn’t see how he’s letting us down.

    Trump did the first bit, and quite frankly it’s up to the people whether or not our society will survive. Trump was a great push through the barriers, and it’s up to us to continue.

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  • Trump pulled the trigger, but instead of a “bang!” what the world heard was a demure “click”. Considering that we are talking about playing a most dangerous game of potentially nuclear Russian AngloZionist roulette, the “click” is very good news indeed. But, to use the words of Nikki Haley, the US “gun” is still “locked...
  • @seeing-thru
    If only the people living under "regimes" in all countries, big or small, powerful or weak, could put in place laws to screen all politicians for (a) basic sanity (mandatory sanity testing); (b) basic honesty (mandatory anti-crookedness testing); and (c) basic truthfulness (mandatory truth-serum testing) all problems of war and peace will be solved.

    Now why does my mind keep wandering off into utopian territories knowing fully well that no politician anywhere will pass all the three tests? So let us sit back and enjoy the games of Russian Roulette. Hell, if we bet and get the bet right we may even make a lot of money!

    I don’t believe the solution for a better world is more laws, better laws.
    We will never have a better world until people understand that the only thing one can change is oneself. The only revolution worth talking about and doing is the one one does with oneself.
    The only growth which has any meaning is “spiritual growth”. – Soljenitsyne.
    With laws you can get everything. Even the hell: Communism, Nazism, Capitalism, were and are legal.
    All Americans wars (mass murder) were and are legal.

    “Now why does my mind keep wandering off into utopian territories ?”

    Our thoughts are important.

    I would suggest you to read a masterpiece – ISLAND ( Aldous Huxley). It’s about “utopian territories”.
    “Island” should be mandatory reading in all countries. That of course won’t happen.

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  • TL;DR;BS!

    1) The new national anthum of (Alawite-Kurdish) Syria will be written by Acmed Scott Key (…..rockets red glare….),

    2) The Alliance of the Willing, but reluctant, without any annoying text, was approved by the signatures of fire in the sky (look at a map) (Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Israel, Egypt (?), U.K., France, U.S.),

    3) Rodina (Mother Russia) gets to declare victory over ISIS and gets to building their new warm-water naval base,

    4) The contract for the joint Saudi, Persian, Kurdish (Syrian), European pipeline has probably already been inked (all beaks will be wet),

    5) The Ottoman theme park in northern Syria will be under new management,

    6) Divine Punishment for doing exactly what was planned?, without the “Anglos”, “Honkies”, “Normies”, etc. you’all’d be sleeping in the mud with the pigs and killing each other with clubs. I am just hoping that we are on the call-up list for the next inning, especially the Scots, so I can see what comes after stills and steam engines,

    7) Back to the vodka and beach umbrella.

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  • anonymous[359] • Disclaimer says:
    @Seamus Day

    Sen. Gardner Calls for State Dept. to Look Into Labeling Russia as State Sponsor of Terror

    http://insider.foxnews.com/2018/04/17/cory-gardner-suggests-probing-russia-state-sponsored-terror
     

    Don’t you love it, these ziocons who have been supporting AQ/ISIS jihadis in Syria, and Israel who has been supporting AQ/ISIS jihadis in Syria, are now going to accuse Russia, who has been decimating jihadis and ISIS in Syria, of supporting terrorists?? What evil friggin SOBs these ziocon operatives like Cory Gardner and Nikki Haley are.

    ziocons… AQ/ISIS jihadis… Israel…

    Implying that normal white people are oh-so peace loving? Deceit of the white mind.

    The current rise of the Jihadis was primarily due to the evil of the western civilisation (when every one of you enjoys the spoils of that evil, every one of you is culpable for that evil).

    To be sure, those who fight and die against the armed enemies of Islam, refraining from transgressing the limits of just war, they are the blessed, the martyrs. Every other “jihadist” can go to hell.

    What requires decimation is the hegemony of the western civilisation, if required through self-”genocide” (see post above), and their implanted cancer in Islamic lands.

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  • anonymous[359] • Disclaimer says:
    @AriusArmenian
    Many Christians are not Christians.
    Turn the other cheek? Forgive, even the 'enemy'? Seek truth?
    They are too busy demonizing and wanting to throw bombs.

    Turn the other cheek or not, “Christians” are still pagan polytheist human worshippers.

    Christ(pbuh) and his virgin mother(pbuh) had nothing to do with such deceitful delusions. They were among the most blessed of True Monotheists.

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  • @Seamus Day
    Agree. Gardner looks like a televangelist creep.

    I’ve given up on politicians and government. While I’m still a registered as a Republican I am now convinced best thing for this country is to throw sand in the gears wherever possible. Slow this dangerous runaway train down to a coast. Increase social welfare, immigration, diversity. Increase regulation and “earth-friendly” policies. Increase pensions and benefits for the military and federal workers. Double the size of the Army and Navy in terms of personnel. Promote more to officer ranks. Increase government subsidy of higher education. Etc.

    All that might not even be necessary to bring on a crash. It looks as though it could come on its own at any time. Maybe the current bloat will be enough.

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  • anonymous[359] • Disclaimer says:
    @Greasy William
    It isn't over and it is.

    The missile attacks were pointless and mainly had to do with Trump needing to demonstrate a credible ability and willingness to use force in the interests of furthering his foreign policy goals re North Korea and Iran.

    The US strategy is publicly available: stay in Syrian Kurdistan forever to deny Assad the oil wealth. Keep Syria regionally and internationally isolated. Keep the fronts within Syria active so Syria/Iran/Russia keep getting drained. This was the strategy before last week's missile attacks and it remains the strategy today.

    The idea is not to remove Assad, per se, but rather to force Russia and Iran to spend unsustainable amounts of money propping Assad up. So far the strategy has been a huge success and we are yet to hear The Saker/Southfront/Magnier offer a realistic plan of how the US will be dislodged. So far all we have are fantasies from Magnier about how Hezbollah is going to infiltrate hostile Kurdish territory and inflict extensive casualties on the US troops. Back in the real world, however, we know that that isn't going to happen and might not even be attempted.

    So all in all, things are looking great for the Jewish people. Then again, it isn't a fair fight: we have G-d on our side.

    Then again, it isn’t a fair fight: we have G-d on our side.

    What you have is Satan on your side. Your minds and souls are too rotten to recognise the difference.

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  • @James Brown
    "And that suggests to me that the only real solution to this extremely dangerous situation is to find a way to remove the regime in Kremlin and replace it with something else."

    Very good idea indeed!

    I would also suggest that "the only real solution to this extremely dangerous situation" is to find a way to remove the regime in the White House.

    In fact, according to one of his "brilliant" former servant it is not a regime anymore but a mafia.

    Which of course is true. But it has always been a mafia. From the beginning. From George Washington to Obama. Unless you're a liar and a criminal, as the former head of FBI is, everyone knows that the mafia state didn't start with Trump.

    If we manage to "remove" this mafia state, I would suggest that the mafia and apartheid state in the ME will crumble within days and all the colonized European states will become independent.

    If only the people living under “regimes” in all countries, big or small, powerful or weak, could put in place laws to screen all politicians for (a) basic sanity (mandatory sanity testing); (b) basic honesty (mandatory anti-crookedness testing); and (c) basic truthfulness (mandatory truth-serum testing) all problems of war and peace will be solved.

    Now why does my mind keep wandering off into utopian territories knowing fully well that no politician anywhere will pass all the three tests? So let us sit back and enjoy the games of Russian Roulette. Hell, if we bet and get the bet right we may even make a lot of money!

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    I don't believe the solution for a better world is more laws, better laws.
    We will never have a better world until people understand that the only thing one can change is oneself. The only revolution worth talking about and doing is the one one does with oneself.
    The only growth which has any meaning is "spiritual growth". - Soljenitsyne.
    With laws you can get everything. Even the hell: Communism, Nazism, Capitalism, were and are legal.
    All Americans wars (mass murder) were and are legal.

    "Now why does my mind keep wandering off into utopian territories ?"

    Our thoughts are important.

    I would suggest you to read a masterpiece - ISLAND ( Aldous Huxley). It's about "utopian territories".
    "Island" should be mandatory reading in all countries. That of course won't happen.
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  • anonymous[359] • Disclaimer says:
    @ValmMond
    The West is beyond good and evil. Gleefully embracing self-destruction - moral, cultural and demographic is even beyond stupidity. It resembles more to some sort of divine punishment, whether you believe in G_d or not. By the way, "judeo-christian" is a contradiction in terms - an oxymoronic trap for gullible goyim. It's either Judeo or Christian, you have to chose.

    The West is beyond good and evil.

    Yes, indeed, it is Satanic.

    Gleefully embracing self-destruction – moral, cultural and demographic is even beyond stupidity.

    I suppose cultural and demographic “self-destruction” can be controlled, and at some point it will be. I have added the quotes because I am not sure about the level of this so called self-destruction as of now, nor do I give a rat’s ass.

    When I witness the evil and chaos perpetuated and sustained by the West (latest, Syria), evil which puts the existence of humankind in jeopardy, my heart bleeds. Even though I do not take any perverse pleasure is saying this, I would much prefer your kind’s comeuppance to be in the form of self-”genocide.” No, no, I don’t mean violence and death, the kind of fate you people rain upon others. More like, having fewer of those cuddly bundles of joy and thinning out naturally… unless the One has willed your kind a reprieve due to a ginormous course correction later.

    What is it I hear you supremacists say? How will we “low-IQ idiots” live without your brilliance? *shrug* Necessity is the mother of invention. We will educate ourselves and manage. Anyway, there will be other lesser-supremacist heathens who value worldly glory more, who will fill the void of your absence.

    Moral self-destruction… not much of a chance to avoid this, because given that the West has thrived on Greed and Psychopathy, it is clearly destined for Hell. And, pagan polytheist godlessness and supremacist self-worship does not offer hope that it will course correct in the foreseeable future.

    It resembles more to some sort of divine punishment, whether you believe in G_d or not.

    Yes, I am one of those who does believe in God… that of True Monotheism. Your statement reminds me of a verse from our Book, which even appeared in an earlier UR essay;

    [Surah 3:54] And the disbelievers planned, but Allah (God) planned. And Allah is the best of planners.

    If there is one group of people who deserve a most serious dose of divine punishment it will be the “Anglos,” the Satanic terrorists (which includes their abominable Juden cousins, of course).

    Perhaps many centuries hence a new generation of “palefaces” will come about who will shed their demon religion of White Supremacy, and humbly submit before the One God.

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  • Introduction Political leaders and the mass media deluge the public with a constant stream of frightening incidents caused by the enemy-of-the-week: nerve gas killing dozens of little babies in Syria, Russian-directed poison assassination attempts in England and terror incidents throughout Europe, requiring an increase in domestic police state surveillance and spying. Extensively monitored bank records,...
  • If you look up the 14 defining characteristics of Fascist states, taken from a comparative analysis of every identified and known Fascist state so far, you will see that [a] America ticks 13 of the 14 boxes, and the unticked is actually open to interpretation, and that [b] one of those 14 is to keep the people in a state of fear, usually by drumming up some imaginary threat i.e. in Germany 1930′s it was , “the Jews, The socialists, the communists”.

    What America is doing now, is only puzzling if you dont have your view finder set right. Just as, if, scanning the Serengeti, it is set to “near” you can’t understand the lion suddenly in front of you because you failed to see where he came from – if you dont have your politico-socio viewfinder set to “Fascist” you might be puzzled by things America is doing. Just re-set it, go look again and WoW !! Suddenly it all comes clear.

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    Caution to Unz readers: Do not, repeat, do NOT accompany Isabella on a trip to the Serengeti.

    If Isabella's viewfinder is as accurate as the posted representation of "Fascism," you may end up gobbled up by the same lion that devoured Germany and Italy in the 1940s.

    First, what's this "Fourteen Points" checklist? It's something published by one Lawrence Britt.

    Second, Who is Lawrence Britt?
    Take your pick:

    source: google


    Who was Dr. Lawrence Britt and how is he connected with fascism ...
    www.slader.com/.../who-was-dr-lawrence-britt-and-how-is-he-connected-with-fascism...
    Lawrence W. Britt is not a doctor in any field but a novelist who compiled fourteen points which he believes define a Fascist regime. He is a novelist, with no formal training in political science or history and so his views on fascism should be viewed objectively and as an opinion rather than as fact or as a definition. He is widely known for using rhetoric to equate the modern Republican party with fascism and his work is largely deemed to be political opinion rather than analysis or study.
     
    source: google

    Lawrence Britt
    explorepdx.com/britt.html
    Dr. Lawrence Britt, a political scientist, wrote an article about fascism, which appeared in Free Inquiry magazine—a journal of humanist thought. Dr. Britt studied the fascist regimes of Hitler (Germany), Mussolini (Italy), Franco (Spain), Suharto (Indonesia), and Pinochet (Chile). He found the regimes all had 14 things in ...
     
    source: Lawrence Britt himself, via https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/holocaust-museum-warning-signs-fascism/

    The list was originally created by Laurence Britt in 2003, for an article published by Free Inquiry magazine (a publication for secular humanist commentary and analysis). While subsequent postings of the list often attribute it to “Dr. Laurence Britt,” the author said that he was not actually a doctor (nor did he claim to be). Britt himself said that he could be more accurately described as an amateur historian:

    I’ve read this thread with interest. For your information I never made a claim that I was a “Dr.” Someone on the internet made that ASSUMPTION when they passed on the artice. I am a retired bsunessman with a life long interst in history and current events.
    I have a personal book collection on these subjects of over 3000 volumes. I’ve contributed chapters to three books, written another, and am working on a second. I’ve written aproximately 25 magazine and newespaper articles on political and econmic affairs.

    I spent about 200 hours researching the fascism article building on a lifetime interst in the subject.

    My novel, “June , 2004” was written in 1997 and published in 1998. It was a fictional treatment of a future of fascism in America, which has turned out quite predictive of actual events since it was published.Regards, Larry Britt
     

    Britt created this list during George W. Bush’s tenure as president of the United States. While he did not actually name Bush, he wrote in the original article that some of the early warning signs had already manifested in the United States . . ."
     
    The Snopes article is the outcome of fact-checking a claim that the USHolocaust Museum "displayed a poster with the 14 points of fascism . . ."; Snopes learned that someone named Sarah Rose tweeted a photo of a "poster" listing the 14 points; on Jan. 30, 2017, under her photo of the poster, Rose tweeted:

    "In the US Holocaust Museum.
    I'm shook."
     

    Sarah Rose, who first shared the photograph on social media, confirmed to us that she took the picture in the museum’s gift shop. We reached out to the USHHM to confirm that it sold a poster showing “early warning signs of fascism,” and they told us that the museum no longer carries the poster. . . .
     
    In less than an hour, Rose's photo-tweet wended its way through what is euphemistically called the social media tech- work; on Jan. 30, 2017 "Eboneezer Goode added this text to an enhanced photo of Britt's 14 points and tweeted:

    https://us-east-1.tchyn.io/snopes-production/uploads/2017/03/twitter-fascism.jpg


    @RaRaVibes There are two things he has left to do. It's time for us to rise up and #resist #oppose and #impeach this monster.
     
    SO, Third, What are the real threats to the American and all other people? How should we set our "viewfinders?"

    The Number One threat is bigotry and ignorance.

    Lawrence Britt's list is bigoted and stupid.

    USHMM is a temple to dissemination of disinformation for the purpose of engendering hatred, while simultaneously avoiding accountability. It is the centerpiece of bigotry in the Reception Hall of the US Capitol.
    American taxpayers spend more than $50 million each year on this misguiding "viewfinder."

    Sarah Rose's tweet was ignorant.

    Rose's tweet snowballed into an unhinged ad hominem attack and advocacy for extreme political action.

    Isabella is a useful idiot.

    The fruits of bigotry, ignorance and hate-filled disinformation are death and destruction.

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  • Trump pulled the trigger, but instead of a “bang!” what the world heard was a demure “click”. Considering that we are talking about playing a most dangerous game of potentially nuclear Russian AngloZionist roulette, the “click” is very good news indeed. But, to use the words of Nikki Haley, the US “gun” is still “locked...
  • @Seamus Day

    Sen. Gardner Calls for State Dept. to Look Into Labeling Russia as State Sponsor of Terror

    http://insider.foxnews.com/2018/04/17/cory-gardner-suggests-probing-russia-state-sponsored-terror
     

    Don’t you love it, these ziocons who have been supporting AQ/ISIS jihadis in Syria, and Israel who has been supporting AQ/ISIS jihadis in Syria, are now going to accuse Russia, who has been decimating jihadis and ISIS in Syria, of supporting terrorists?? What evil friggin SOBs these ziocon operatives like Cory Gardner and Nikki Haley are.

    Projection, once again..

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  • Disordered thoughts on the National Cockatoo’s latest antics. One: The aghastment and horrilation about the terrible, appalling, shocking etc nature of gas warfare is nonsense. There is nothing unusually hideous about the use of toxic chemicals. Hideous, yes, but not unusually hideous. Boring old workaday artillery, that nobody criticizes, leaves children watching as mommy frantically...
  • @EliteCommInc.
    The British are coming . . . .

    It’s OK if you don’t have a privately controlled central bank…

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  • Trump pulled the trigger, but instead of a “bang!” what the world heard was a demure “click”. Considering that we are talking about playing a most dangerous game of potentially nuclear Russian AngloZionist roulette, the “click” is very good news indeed. But, to use the words of Nikki Haley, the US “gun” is still “locked...
  • @Christian
    The photo shows a man holding an automatic pistol to his head. Russian Roulette requires the use of a revolver to make any sense.

    The photo shows a man holding an automatic pistol to his head. Russian Roulette requires the use of a revolver to make any sense.

    Not really, with an automatic everyone dies, which would be the case if nukes start flying.

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  • In 2004 I published an article in the journal, Middle East Policy that was entitled “Drinking the Koolaid.” The article reviewed the process by which the neocon element in the Bush Administration seized control of the process of policy formation and drove the United States in the direction of invasion of Iraq and the destruction...
  • @Parbes
    EXACTLY.

    PERSONALIZED, INDIVIDUALIZED punishment is needed for the neocon criminals and their MSM stooges. Nothing else will stop or dissuade them from continuing with what they have been doing. These psychopaths are the enemies of BOTH the Western peoples AND the rest of humanity.

    They have been getting off scot-free for three decades now. That scot-freeness has got to END.

    “PERSONALIZED, INDIVIDUALIZED punishment is needed for the neocon criminals and their MSM stooges”
    – Agree. The ill-gotten fortunes must be reappropriated from the criminals’ progeny and invested into the restoration of the damaged countries.

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    IN ADDITION to the punishment of the criminals themselves.
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  • Trump pulled the trigger, but instead of a “bang!” what the world heard was a demure “click”. Considering that we are talking about playing a most dangerous game of potentially nuclear Russian AngloZionist roulette, the “click” is very good news indeed. But, to use the words of Nikki Haley, the US “gun” is still “locked...
  • @ploni almoni
    The grapes are sour, are they?

    In his case, the question should be, the brain is dead, isn’t it?

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  • Butcher of Damascus. Gasser of children. Baby Killer of Syria. Tool of Moscow. Cruel despot. Monster. These are all names the western media and politicians routinely heap on Syria’s president, Bashar al-Assad. He has now become the top Mideast villain, the man we love to hate. As a veteran Mideast watcher, I find all this...
  • @Renoman
    It takes a firm hand to rule those mid East Countries, a lot of real crazy fanatics living there. The message here is "be careful what you wish for". just look at the trail of destruction the US hath rot. Syria was a SECULAR relatively modern civilized state before the West brought democracy, what a mess they made.

    After seeing film of the Syria of Assad jnr, and seeing it now, and listening to the voices of people suffering in the refugee hovels, I can add – Syria WAS a modern civilised state. The people were also, by and large, happy.
    Now, after America, it’s a moonscape of utter destruction, and the people are desperately, terribly miserable.
    And you, America, are going to have to live with this, as you should.
    I was watching and listening to a home video [iPhone} of the Syrian defences shooting down the American missiles. As well as the pleasure I got from their success, was the interest in hearing the cameraman’s quietly muttered comments “Yes, go, get damn American. Get damn American. Good, good”
    I dont think any of you are going to be welcome there for the next 100 yrs or more.

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  • The April 14 missile attacks on Syria were a politically-motivated fireworks display that were largely designed to silence Trump's critics. The attacks-- which were coordinated with Moscow-- did not kill any Russian, Syrian, Iranian or Hezbollah combat troops. They did not kill any Syrian civilians. They did not impede the Syrian Army's ongoing military offensive...
  • DC says:

    It may be that Trump knows exactly what he is doing and has tricked the neo-cons/noe-liberals in to thinking he’s tough on Syria and Russia while behind their backs colluding with Putin to avoid ww3 and working to pull out of Syria regardless.

    The strike was really just a $150million advertising opportunity for Russian missil defense systems. The idiot general that announced 100% success should be fired as spokesperson for the pentagon-deep state. His ploy might have had a chance at being credible with a 93% success rate but 100% was never going to be credible!

    As for Bolton and Pompeo, keep your enemies close so you know what they are doing, tell them what they want to hear, let them imagine they are powerful and then take them down when they least expect it.

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    Anything is possible here. Ya can't just mate the king in a castled position. Ya have to pin, skewer, fork and threat to win. Bolton could be neocon prophylactic . He could be Sheldon brand ,TM oven mitts for red hot neocon buttons. Maybe he will toss Bolton after this at some point. I mean to do neocon stuff without a Bolton would tend to stick more to Trump. That would be really Machiavellian stuff....

    It would also be really kind of funny if Russia baited this for their arms industry. What will really be telling is their sales of these systems in the next few years. It was a weapons demo.

    As for domestically?

    scenario #1
    Our missiles are crap and need to be updated?
    They are? Prove it.
    Fire some missile at Syria and see what happens.

    scenario #2
    Sheldon has some cash.
    for what?
    You have to take in Bolton and take his advice.
    Trump does so with disinterest , an lobs a few..

    scenario #3

    Trump had a spicy meal last night....

    scenario #4
    He has eyes for Bibi and his playboy life style is just a front....or he is a regular old crypto-zionist.


    I mean what is to make of lobbing a few in half hearted , neocon fashion?
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  • With slight disappointment the public regarded the field. Just a minute ago, two knights were converging in fearsome joust, their spears pointing forth, plumage blowing, horses galloping, ladies out waving their handkerchiefs to their champions, - and now we see they have passed each other, both firmly in the saddle, plumage unruffled, spears unbloodied, horses...
  • @FB
    Of course Doobie Jeff is the Ultimate Idiot...that is completely clear from viewing his asinine counterpunch site...

    I agree. I also wanted to thank you for your great work on this website. I admire your scientific knowledge and your sense of humor. We learn a lot from you. BTW, How come you don’t write a full article?

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    Thanks for your kind words...glad to hear you enjoy my technical comments...
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  • Trump pulled the trigger, but instead of a “bang!” what the world heard was a demure “click”. Considering that we are talking about playing a most dangerous game of potentially nuclear Russian AngloZionist roulette, the “click” is very good news indeed. But, to use the words of Nikki Haley, the US “gun” is still “locked...
  • Rumors say that Mattis was the man

    It was Mattis according to insiders. BUT…..he may not be around for much longer.

    I going to keep this simple:

    The casino Jew Adelson was the largest donor to Trump.
    The casino Jew Adelson also employs John Bolton.
    Adelson told Trump to bring in Bolton.
    Adelson is also the largest contributor and go to guy for the ZOA.
    Adelason and Bolton are the point men for the ZOA.

    The Jew has Trump by the balls because he needs the money.
    The Russian money launders have Trump by the balls because they can prove he knew the money they spent with him was being laundered.

    The ZOA got Trump to fire McMasters.

    The ZOA thus urges President Trump to remove General McMaster from his current position and reassign him to another position where he can do no further harm

    https://zoa.org/…/10343160-zoa-opposes-appointment-of-gen-james-mattis-as-secretar…

    Next you can expect Trump to fire Mattis on Bolton’s recommendation.

    ZOA Wants Mattis Out

    https://zoa.org/…/10343160-zoa-opposes-appointment-of-gen-james-mattis-as-secretar…

    Nov 21, 2016 – The ZOA is concerned about the appointment of Marine General James Mattis as Secretary of Defense,… …

    There is no “Western Team”, there is no ‘American policy’ there is only a Jew team operating out of the US.

    I would say Trump needs to be removed but that would still leave the ZOA and the Jewish Mob and Pence and the Jew congress….so what’s the point if the Jews will still control our government.

    Just keep your eye on and follow the Jew behind the curtain.

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  • Disordered thoughts on the National Cockatoo’s latest antics. One: The aghastment and horrilation about the terrible, appalling, shocking etc nature of gas warfare is nonsense. There is nothing unusually hideous about the use of toxic chemicals. Hideous, yes, but not unusually hideous. Boring old workaday artillery, that nobody criticizes, leaves children watching as mommy frantically...
  • @Pat Kittle
    Saddam was falsely accused of (specified) "WMD's" -- AND killing Kuwaiti babies.

    But most of all, Saddam was the "New Hitler!!" -- so we urgently had to save the poor Jews from another Holocau$t.

    Without missing a beat, Qaddafi became the next "New Hitler!!"

    And now Assad is the "New Hitler!!"

    "New Hitlers!!" everywhere, it seems -- everywhere Israel orders the goyim to fight its wars.

    Ahmadinejad was the "New Hitler!!"

    Rouhani is the new "New Hitler!!"

    Kim Song Un is the "New Hitler!!"

    Putin is the "New Hitler!!"

    Oy, it's anudda Shoah!!

    Saddam was falsely accused of (specified) “WMD’s”

    Great post, but not to be too pedantic, my post was meant to clarify that the WMD lie was used against Saddam during Gulf War II, not I.

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  • @UrbaneFrancoOntarian
    Precisely, Putin is not the saviour of the world. He is an opportunist, and the current globalist cabal is simply at odds with his administration.

    Well put.

    But, well, people do need a savior. That’s in our genetic makeup.
    As long as the “savoir” plays the game right (doesn’t step out of role) all is good.

    In practical terms, here, all Putin has to do is not to really disappoint them. Them being two groups, his own people and those Westerners fed up with The Empire. Of course his main focus is on his own people, Westerners are just a helping little tool there.

    On really practical terms I can’t really imagine a scenario where he could, really, disappoint his own plebs. He could leave Syria with ease. Properly managed, even ditch Donbass.
    As for Westerners, well, if/when he goes out of favor they’ll pick up somebody else. Probably a Chinese.

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  • @DESERT FOX
    Agree, Israel and the dual citizen ziocons control every facet of the U.S. gov and the Zionists were behind every war beginning with WWI and right down to the present day in Syria. The U.S. is Oceania and just as in Orwells 1984 the wars never end and are never meant to end and the killing goes on and on and as long as the Zionists control the U.S. this is our future.

    The Zionists are Satanists and war is a sacrifice to their ruler Lucifer, whose kingdom is hell on earth and controlled by Zionists.

    You are a total nut – please remember to start taking your meds.

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  • @peterAUS

    The reason why most people chose to believe this soap opera,-Putin/Russia opposing , fighting the “Anglo Zionist” empire – is because they take their wish, hope for reality.
     
    Agree, up to a point.

    Putin/Russia are fighting the "Anglo Zionist" empire because the same empire simply wishes to dispose of the regime in Kremlin and take over the country as it's taken over all those smaller countries in its expansion to East.
    They are not fighting the same system. Say, should the empire goes down tomorrow, "Team Putin" will want to replace U.S. deep state in a second.

    Two mobsters in a turf war.
    Both criminals, still.

    My take anyway.

    Precisely, Putin is not the saviour of the world. He is an opportunist, and the current globalist cabal is simply at odds with his administration.

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    Well put.

    But, well, people do need a savior. That's in our genetic makeup.
    As long as the "savoir" plays the game right (doesn't step out of role) all is good.

    In practical terms, here, all Putin has to do is not to really disappoint them. Them being two groups, his own people and those Westerners fed up with The Empire. Of course his main focus is on his own people, Westerners are just a helping little tool there.

    On really practical terms I can't really imagine a scenario where he could, really, disappoint his own plebs. He could leave Syria with ease. Properly managed, even ditch Donbass.
    As for Westerners, well, if/when he goes out of favor they'll pick up somebody else. Probably a Chinese.
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  • In March 2003, Pat Buchanan wrote a groundbreaking article entitled "Whose War?" in opposition to the Bush Administration fueled growing hysteria over Saddam Hussein’s alleged weapons of mass destruction which was producing demands for an armed intervention to disarm him. Buchanan rightly identified a number of prominent Jewish officials and journalists closely tied to the...
  • @anonymous
    Strenuously criticizing Jews -- even going to the pains of NAMING the nefarious evil-doer Jews, even those "many Jews [who] have attributes that are less than admirable," -- is WRONG, "insane," per Realist,

    but the reason "Jews . . .are allowed . . . to get away with all the nefarious things you don’t like" is that "gentiles are fucked-up dickheads . . .assholes [who] are off your meds…..insane."

    The metaphysical certitude one takes from Realist's rants is that realism rejects rationality.

    The metaphysical certitude one takes from Realist’s rants is that realism rejects rationality.

    Anonymous[107],

    Ya — it’s sad – what grade do you think he is in?

    Think Peace — Art

    p.s. He probably gets high marks in yeshiva hate Gentiles class.

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  • @Realist
    You're a weird little fuck.

    You’re a weird little fuck.

    Realist — shame on you – does your mommy know you use those words — Art

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  • In 2004 I published an article in the journal, Middle East Policy that was entitled “Drinking the Koolaid.” The article reviewed the process by which the neocon element in the Bush Administration seized control of the process of policy formation and drove the United States in the direction of invasion of Iraq and the destruction...
  • @Vojkan
    What we know as neoconism today has existed before Israel came into existence. I think it far from absurd to make the distinction between neocons and Zionists, since neocons will certainly not disappear even if Israel disappeared.
    Neocons have more to do with Trotsky than with Zionism, there are overlapping interests but I think Israel just happens to be a convenient anchor point and a way to enlist wealthy Zionist Jews rather than an end in itself. Leading neocons are Jews indeed but Trotsky too was a Jew and he was no Zionist. If neocons judge that Israel has become an impediment to the fulfilment of their ambitions, it is not implausible that they become much less supportive of Israeli policies.
    I'd say that neocons are simply the latest instance of men suffering from a God complex while Zionism is somewhat less ambitious. Neocons are the real threat to the world, Israel is merely an annoyance. It is far more important to stop the neocons than to stop Israel.

    I think it far from absurd to make the distinction between neocons and Zionists, since neocons will certainly not disappear even if Israel disappeared.

    Nice try. Neocons, like most liberal Jews, were originally leftists who crossed over the political divide because they realized, especially after witnessing The Left’s resistance to the Vietnam War, progressivism would lead to a non-interventionist US foreign policy, spelling disaster for the Jewish state. In other words, Israel is the neocons raison d’être… without it, they would rejoin most of their brethren who reside on the left of the political spectrum. If you require proof of this, just look at how the neocons easily switched over to the Democrats and HC during the 2016 presidential campaign, when Trump promised to end the regime-change wars. That’s because the only thing conservative about the neoconservatives is their support for a more hawkish foreign policy, for the benefit of the Jewish state.

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    Neocons would be neocons with or without Israel. The tribal aspect is undisputable, there are overlapping interests, but the goals are different. For neocons, as for Soros progressives who are also far from being all Zionists, it's global domination, for Zionists, it's Greater Israel, which does btw encompass more land than just the mythical Eretz Israel.
    Obviously, the neocons' God complex has a lot to do with being "the chosen people" and obviously their rise to prominence wouldn't have been possible without help from fellow "chosen people" so it's not such a bad idea to root for Israel, but their obsession with subjugating Russia doesn't help at all achieve the Zionists' goals. The latter don't put all their eggs in one basket, and they do in fact have a lot of activity in the back of their American protector but if the USA goes down, the neocons / Soros liberals are gone too.
    In short, Israel would exist without neocons and neocons would exist without Israel - though they'd have to find other ways to pominence than Zionist money -, they're both phenomenons of the same tribe but one can be contained and can be made to accomodate itself with that containment, the others represent a real threat to Planet Earth. The Jewish grip on all aspects of public life, Zionism, neoconism are different processes. The first and the last need to be killed.
    , @Anonymous
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  • Trump pulled the trigger, but instead of a “bang!” what the world heard was a demure “click”. Considering that we are talking about playing a most dangerous game of potentially nuclear Russian AngloZionist roulette, the “click” is very good news indeed. But, to use the words of Nikki Haley, the US “gun” is still “locked...
  • Well……with those two posts above, this

    https://www.stripes.com/news/uss-truman-strike-group-begins-operations-in-europe-1.523015

    does look as something could happen, rather soon, in Syria, again.

    Most likely, another, stronger, strike.

    Things are getting interesting.

    Not for the top players. They’ll play the usual game.
    Neither for the masses. They don’t care.
    Just for some of us who care a bit about what’s going on outside of social media, celebrity shows and shopping.

    As for Syrians, good luck.
    Probably the same for some Russians there too. Perhaps even for a couple of US/British/French military professionals too. Goes with job description, though.

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  • The Yazidis, who were recently the target of massacre, rape and sex slavery by Isis, are now facing forcible conversion to Islam under the threat of death from Turkish-backed forces which captured the Kurdish enclave of Afrin on 18 March. Islamist rebel fighters, who are allied to Turkey and have occupied Yazidi villages in the...
  • @Avery
    {......he is Armenian so he has issues with anything Turkish.}

    Why, Thank You Dr. Thalha, M.D., for the accurate remote psychoanalysis and diagnosis: now I know what's wrong with me.


    Yo, Talha: {You have to forgive Avery…}

    One thing I don't need is forgiveness (are you serious?) from a genocidal, nomad Türk.

    @avery
    It’s disgusting how the west has always thwarted efforts to take back Constanstinople and restore Hagia Sophia to its rightful owners, the orthodox church.

    As for the yadizis, they are suffering the same fate of Christians and other minority religions in this region – they are being wiped out, with our help, with our policies. Why else would we be going after Syria which is a last haven for many Christians.

    I can’t help but think to many secularlist neocons, this is actually a side benefit.

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  • Hagia Sophia was too visible, too central, and too beautiful to be kept as a Christian Church

    Here’s a solution: don’t invade someone else’s country

    Balkans all Islamic buildings were demolished and the local Islamic populations in the Balkans were totally exterminated

    see solution above.

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  • Trump pulled the trigger, but instead of a “bang!” what the world heard was a demure “click”. Considering that we are talking about playing a most dangerous game of potentially nuclear Russian AngloZionist roulette, the “click” is very good news indeed. But, to use the words of Nikki Haley, the US “gun” is still “locked...
  • “A false flag attack on a USN ship next?” http://thesaker.is/sitrep-a-false-flag-attack-on-the-usn-ships-next/
    “The USS Harry S. Truman Carrier Strike Group left the east coast Naval Station Norfolk, VA on 11th April.
    The aircraft carrier is accompanied by the guided-missile cruiser USS Normandy, the guided-missile destroyers USS Burke, Bulkeley, Forest Sherman and Farragut, and the destroyers USS Jason and The Sullivans. The strike group carries 6,500 sailors and Carrier Air Wing One. …
    …the US fleet is now nearing the coast of Syria, where it will met up with American and other NATO warships already in position. Together, they will make one big flock of sitting ducks.
    If the people pushing Trump menage to get him launch a new strike on Syria (and we must expect a new false flag attack) and if the massive increase in NATO firepower means that enough missiles get through to enough targets to kill Russians, then Putin really has no choice but to sink the US fleet.
    It might not go nuclear straight away, but even while it is conventional EVERYTHING will change:
    Dissident anti-war voices such as this will rapidly be silenced by blanket censorship and internment; your sons and daughters will be conscripted; your taxes will go through the roof – and you will have to live with the ever-present fear that, once China enters the war against Washington and its client states, the tide will run so fast against the ‘democratic allies’ that their ‘humanitarian missiles’ will end up with nuclear tips.”

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  • @Bennis Mardens
    I don't think the neocons are going to get what they want because too many people are awake now. People understand that we have been fighting stupid proxy wars for Israel. The MSM is no longer able to force consensus on the populace.
    And the false flag was way too stupid! It was obvious that Assad wouldn't gas his own people right at the moment Trump is pulling out. You'd think that Israel would do a better job in terms of making a more convincing false flag. It was rather pathetic.

    Everyone I know will march in the streets if we hear that we are having another war for Israel. We've had enough. Our own border isn't even secure, so why in the hell should we care about problems in the ME?

    The tribe always goes too far. If they really wanted to do what is good for their own group, they would do all they can do to make America strong instead of tearing it apart. If they want us to fight their wars, the least they can do is show some loyalty.

    “They” (the zionized neocons) cannot stop: https://www.fort-russ.com/2018/04/the-mediterranean-is-fired-sudden-mission-of-russian-navy-squadron/
    Russia is sending to the Mediterranean “two destroyer ships, along with ships of the Baltic Fleet and two nuclear-powered submarines. …
    The reason is, of course, the arrival of the US aircraft carrier along with USS Battle Team Harry S. Truman, which includes: USS Normandy (CG-60), and USS Class Arleigh Burke (DDG-51), USS Bulkeley (DDG-84), USS Farragut (DDG-99), USS Forrest Sherman DDG-68) and USS Winston S. Churchill (DDG-81).
    So Russia is preparing for every chance, either new chemical provocation and a new NATO intervention, or a destruction operation of the Syrian S-300 with Russian collateral losses…”

    http://thesaker.is/sitrep-a-false-flag-attack-on-the-usn-ships-next/:

    “…if things get that far (and we’re probably 48 hours and one White Helmets’ video away from it) then the only thing that realistically stands a chance of stopping the racist Anglo-Zionist psychopaths in their tracks is if the Russian attack and its result are such a devastating show of ‘shock and awe’ as to make it impossible for them to ignore a simultaneous public warning by Putin to Netanyahu that any further US hostile response will place Israel directly in the firing line as well.
    That might JUST be enough to make the Neocons back off. If not, then World War Three it will be. It might not go nuclear straight away, but even while it is conventional EVERYTHING will change”

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  • @Twodees Partain
    Cory Gardner reinforces my theory of politicians: If one is doing something an asshole would do, check his/her photo and see if they look like an asshole.

    https://www.gardner.senate.gov/

    He looks like an asshole; an asshole cousin of Lindsey Graham, in fact.

    Agree. Gardner looks like a televangelist creep.

    I’ve given up on politicians and government. While I’m still a registered as a Republican I am now convinced best thing for this country is to throw sand in the gears wherever possible. Slow this dangerous runaway train down to a coast. Increase social welfare, immigration, diversity. Increase regulation and “earth-friendly” policies. Increase pensions and benefits for the military and federal workers. Double the size of the Army and Navy in terms of personnel. Promote more to officer ranks. Increase government subsidy of higher education. Etc.

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    All that might not even be necessary to bring on a crash. It looks as though it could come on its own at any time. Maybe the current bloat will be enough.
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  • Disordered thoughts on the National Cockatoo’s latest antics. One: The aghastment and horrilation about the terrible, appalling, shocking etc nature of gas warfare is nonsense. There is nothing unusually hideous about the use of toxic chemicals. Hideous, yes, but not unusually hideous. Boring old workaday artillery, that nobody criticizes, leaves children watching as mommy frantically...
  • One small quibble Fred, Iraq, Iran, Turkey, Syria, and even brave little Israel the most wonderfulest country in the whole wide world (gag), are all Asian nations. So who cares if they “go with Asia”?

    Let the Chinese, Russians, and the Hindoos in India fight over the Middle East.

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  • @Johann
    I bin einverstanden .... “the catcher on the rye” has got to be the biggest fraud ever pulled on the so called literate America A story about a smarmy rich preppie and his angst was just so much dribble on the reading public. Then the/morons who teach in our public schools foisted this crap on the youth of America . Kein wunder that Salinger spent the rest of his life in seclusion ; he must have been ashamed .

    Kein wunder that Salinger spent the rest of his life in seclusion ; he must have been ashamed .

    I remember the gushing by teachers over its “deep relevance” to “today’s alienated youth”. A boatload, if not a shipload.

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  • In 2004 I published an article in the journal, Middle East Policy that was entitled “Drinking the Koolaid.” The article reviewed the process by which the neocon element in the Bush Administration seized control of the process of policy formation and drove the United States in the direction of invasion of Iraq and the destruction...
  • @Patrick Lang
    I have pointed at Zionist interest many times as the root cause of destructive US policy in the ME Have you ever read anything by me? I think not. nevertheles it is not the case that Zionism and neoconism are the same thing. Neoconism has a broader agenda than mere Zionism

    What we know as neoconism today has existed before Israel came into existence. I think it far from absurd to make the distinction between neocons and Zionists, since neocons will certainly not disappear even if Israel disappeared.
    Neocons have more to do with Trotsky than with Zionism, there are overlapping interests but I think Israel just happens to be a convenient anchor point and a way to enlist wealthy Zionist Jews rather than an end in itself. Leading neocons are Jews indeed but Trotsky too was a Jew and he was no Zionist. If neocons judge that Israel has become an impediment to the fulfilment of their ambitions, it is not implausible that they become much less supportive of Israeli policies.
    I’d say that neocons are simply the latest instance of men suffering from a God complex while Zionism is somewhat less ambitious. Neocons are the real threat to the world, Israel is merely an annoyance. It is far more important to stop the neocons than to stop Israel.

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    I think it far from absurd to make the distinction between neocons and Zionists, since neocons will certainly not disappear even if Israel disappeared.
     
    Nice try. Neocons, like most liberal Jews, were originally leftists who crossed over the political divide because they realized, especially after witnessing The Left's resistance to the Vietnam War, progressivism would lead to a non-interventionist US foreign policy, spelling disaster for the Jewish state. In other words, Israel is the neocons raison d'être... without it, they would rejoin most of their brethren who reside on the left of the political spectrum. If you require proof of this, just look at how the neocons easily switched over to the Democrats and HC during the 2016 presidential campaign, when Trump promised to end the regime-change wars. That's because the only thing conservative about the neoconservatives is their support for a more hawkish foreign policy, for the benefit of the Jewish state.
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  • Trump pulled the trigger, but instead of a “bang!” what the world heard was a demure “click”. Considering that we are talking about playing a most dangerous game of potentially nuclear Russian AngloZionist roulette, the “click” is very good news indeed. But, to use the words of Nikki Haley, the US “gun” is still “locked...
  • @Michael Kenny
    The author isn't really saying anything and that's what interesting. He'd obviously like to paint Trump's pseudo-attack as a victory for Putin but he deosn't really beleive it himself. That's easy to undertstand: Putin is still hopelessly bogged down in Syria. He still has to just sit there and take whatever the US doles out to him. If anything, if Putin sees the attack as a victory, he'll be all the more likely to push his luck and go too far in somewhere where it really matters, Ukraine, for example.

    The grapes are sour, are they?

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    In his case, the question should be, the brain is dead, isn’t it?
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  • In March 2003, Pat Buchanan wrote a groundbreaking article entitled "Whose War?" in opposition to the Bush Administration fueled growing hysteria over Saddam Hussein’s alleged weapons of mass destruction which was producing demands for an armed intervention to disarm him. Buchanan rightly identified a number of prominent Jewish officials and journalists closely tied to the...
  • anonymous[107] • Disclaimer says:

    Jimmy Dore interviews Carla Ortiz on Syria/White Helmets:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DCu8mNC1JyE&feature=youtu.be&a=

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  • @Seamus Day

    Sen. Gardner Calls for State Dept. to Look Into Labeling Russia as State Sponsor of Terror

    http://insider.foxnews.com/2018/04/17/cory-gardner-suggests-probing-russia-state-sponsored-terror
     

    Don’t you love it, these ziocons who have been supporting AQ/ISIS jihadis in Syria, and Israel who has been supporting AQ/ISIS jihadis in Syria, are now going to accuse Russia, who has been decimating jihadis and ISIS in Syria, of supporting terrorists?? What evil friggin SOBs these ziocon operatives like Cory Gardner and Nikki Haley are.

    Cory Gardner reinforces my theory of politicians: If one is doing something an asshole would do, check his/her photo and see if they look like an asshole.

    https://www.gardner.senate.gov/

    He looks like an asshole; an asshole cousin of Lindsey Graham, in fact.

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    Agree. Gardner looks like a televangelist creep.

    I’ve given up on politicians and government. While I’m still a registered as a Republican I am now convinced best thing for this country is to throw sand in the gears wherever possible. Slow this dangerous runaway train down to a coast. Increase social welfare, immigration, diversity. Increase regulation and “earth-friendly” policies. Increase pensions and benefits for the military and federal workers. Double the size of the Army and Navy in terms of personnel. Promote more to officer ranks. Increase government subsidy of higher education. Etc.

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  • @DESERT FOX
    Agree, Israel and the dual citizen ziocons control every facet of the U.S. gov and the Zionists were behind every war beginning with WWI and right down to the present day in Syria. The U.S. is Oceania and just as in Orwells 1984 the wars never end and are never meant to end and the killing goes on and on and as long as the Zionists control the U.S. this is our future.

    The Zionists are Satanists and war is a sacrifice to their ruler Lucifer, whose kingdom is hell on earth and controlled by Zionists.

    Revelation 2:9 and 3.9 describe false Jews as the synagogue of Satan.

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  • @hunor
    Why focus on a " bang "?

    Team west is not interested in any kind of bang, because team west has a plan !

    Full spectrum domination , or NWO. The whole world was told , but they are just not convinced yet.

    The plan is unfolding front of us in real time . Strategic positioning , if one look at the world map

    twenty years ago , and look at it today, it is clear as day the plan is unfolding , and no amount of

    analysis or clever arguments explain it away. Team east is being outplayed , outmaneuvered badly.

    Team west just scored an other important strategic positioning , they locked down eastern Syria.

    They bypassed team east , and let them chase jihadist in western Syria, and let them deploy more

    weapons there , because strategically it is meaningless. Team west is in position in Iraq and now

    in eastern Syria , they can block team east aviation , that was using via Iraq and Iran .

    Team west is only a small step away from the real important target. Iran, not the whole Iran

    they only need a small portion of northern Iran to reach the Caspian sea . If team west make it

    to that point the game is over! At that point there will be a " bang" , but not just one , but many.

    According to the plan or / " the great game " / when in position there will be " bang ", but

    simultaneously many , many places. Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Ukraine, Transnistria, Kosovo

    and all the Stan countries of former USSR. Team west is trying to pull something just now with

    North Korea. Anyway it is clear there is a working plan in place regardless who is the figurehead

    happened to be. The question is where is the plan for team east ? Is it to spend money on new

    weapons ? Is it to complain at the UNSC ? Is it to make empty threats ? Is it to pray ?

    It pains one to witness the incompetence of team east .

    Pray for Christ’s return and the destruction of all evil.

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  • anonymous[107] • Disclaimer says:
    @Art

    There is a cult of hatred for all things Jewish here. It is true that many Jews have attributes that are less than admirable, but many of you assholes are off your meds…..insane.
    As I have said who the fuck allows Jews to get away with all the nefarious things you don’t like?
    It’s gentiles….you dickheads. Gentiles vastly outnumber Jews
     
    My o my - this "Realist" guy is going bonkers - easy boy - you are going to blow a gasket.

    Accept the truth of Jew wrong doing - Jesus said "the truth will set you free."

    You do not have to live in consent fear - you can be free. Try it!

    One look at evil little Israel and its killer life force and we can see that we are on the right side of history.

    We are happy in our idealism. You are always to be angry and sad. Poor you.

    Think Peace --- Do No Harm --- Maintain Hope --- Art

    Strenuously criticizing Jews — even going to the pains of NAMING the nefarious evil-doer Jews, even those “many Jews [who] have attributes that are less than admirable,” — is WRONG, “insane,” per Realist,

    but the reason “Jews . . .are allowed . . . to get away with all the nefarious things you don’t like” is that “gentiles are fucked-up dickheads . . .assholes [who] are off your meds…..insane.”

    The metaphysical certitude one takes from Realist’s rants is that realism rejects rationality.

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    The metaphysical certitude one takes from Realist’s rants is that realism rejects rationality.

    Anonymous[107],

    Ya -- it's sad - what grade do you think he is in?

    Think Peace --- Art

    p.s. He probably gets high marks in yeshiva hate Gentiles class.
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  • The April 14 missile attacks on Syria were a politically-motivated fireworks display that were largely designed to silence Trump's critics. The attacks-- which were coordinated with Moscow-- did not kill any Russian, Syrian, Iranian or Hezbollah combat troops. They did not kill any Syrian civilians. They did not impede the Syrian Army's ongoing military offensive...
  • FB says:
    @gwynedd1
    In case it was not clear, I gathered you were making the points you were trying to make while they were fishing for weakness because they really don't like you. I gave the reasons why I have come to believe this in a few posts.

    You are exactly right…and your comments are appreciated…

    It is rather annoying when people jump in and start ‘sniping’ as you put it…but my annoyance is that they are sowing confusion where I am trying to bring clarity…

    I felt it was necessary to explain the self-contained guidance system of cruise missiles because laypeople generally do have these misconceptions that they rely on satellites only…they do make use of satnav for greater precision…but any radio signal can be interfered with and so there is a science behind that which I felt was worth explaining…

    I really don’t care about yahoos like Turdeye…except that they are disruptive mischief makers…and thanks for confirming that intelligent readers do in fact have an interest in discerning some scientific facts about these matters…

    Regards,

    FB

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  • Introduction Political leaders and the mass media deluge the public with a constant stream of frightening incidents caused by the enemy-of-the-week: nerve gas killing dozens of little babies in Syria, Russian-directed poison assassination attempts in England and terror incidents throughout Europe, requiring an increase in domestic police state surveillance and spying. Extensively monitored bank records,...
  • In other words the Chinese, Japanese, British or Russians are more homogeneous and ethnically defined, and have lived in and defended the same lands for millennia.

    Americans are more open to defining themselves economically (consumers), rather than national/historically (citizens), and “consumers” are about the most politically inactive group of people imaginable

    Shallow, petty, fools. Western civilization will fail

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  • In March 2003, Pat Buchanan wrote a groundbreaking article entitled "Whose War?" in opposition to the Bush Administration fueled growing hysteria over Saddam Hussein’s alleged weapons of mass destruction which was producing demands for an armed intervention to disarm him. Buchanan rightly identified a number of prominent Jewish officials and journalists closely tied to the...
  • @Art

    There is a cult of hatred for all things Jewish here. It is true that many Jews have attributes that are less than admirable, but many of you assholes are off your meds…..insane.
    As I have said who the fuck allows Jews to get away with all the nefarious things you don’t like?
    It’s gentiles….you dickheads. Gentiles vastly outnumber Jews
     
    My o my - this "Realist" guy is going bonkers - easy boy - you are going to blow a gasket.

    Accept the truth of Jew wrong doing - Jesus said "the truth will set you free."

    You do not have to live in consent fear - you can be free. Try it!

    One look at evil little Israel and its killer life force and we can see that we are on the right side of history.

    We are happy in our idealism. You are always to be angry and sad. Poor you.

    Think Peace --- Do No Harm --- Maintain Hope --- Art

    You’re a weird little fuck.

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    You’re a weird little fuck.

    Realist --- shame on you - does your mommy know you use those words --- Art
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