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Earlier this week, Vladimir Putin bombed his own gas pipeline, destroying a critical piece of Russian infrastructure that the country spent billions of dollars building. Putin has been lying and saying that the Americans did it. He provides no evidence for his claims, simply citing the fact that the US repeatedly threatened to destroy the pipeline.

US and NATO officials have both determined that Putin blew up the pipeline. It’s unknown why he would be doing things to harm his country, especially specifically doing things to himself that Joe Biden threatened to do to him. However, experts believe he probably did it so he could blame the US. It’s called a “false flag.” You may have heard that term before: it’s what Al-Qaeda did when they blew up the World Trade Center towers so they could blame Israel.

The New York Times quoted a Kremlin insider who claimed that Putin told staff: “it’s not about the pipeline. It’s about sending a message.”

Today, Putin is continuing his campaign of lies. This morning, Putin poured hot coffee on his lap, scalding his penis. Russian officials issued a statement blaming Joe Biden for the spill, and alleging that Putin may have to have a skin graft. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Petrov pointed to a speech in March of this year at a trans youth event where Biden told a crowd of American patriots that if Putin ever annexed any more of the Ukraine, “he would need a skin-graft on his penis.” At the time, a reporter asked Biden how he would burn Putin’s penis, and Biden replied: “trust me, we’re gonna burn that Russkie dong.” White House spokesperson Karine Jean-Pierre said that Putin had burned his own penis in order to blame America. “No one benefits from Putin’s penis being burned,” the Frenchwoman said. “However, we are glad it happened, because it is a victory for democracy.”

In the early afternoon, Moscow time, Putin’s lies continued after he was in a car crash. Putin said that the US probably caused the car crash. Putin provided no evidence for the claim, simply citing a misleading video of Joe Biden saying, “on the afternoon of October 1, at 1:07 PM Moscow time, Putin is going to be very surprised when his car crashes. Trust me, we’re going to make that happen. It’s gonna happen, folks – on October 1, at exactly 1:07 PM Moscow time.” Responding to the false claims by Putin, State Department spokesperson Ned Price said that Putin purposefully crashed his car in order to blame it on America, adding that America was very happy he did that to himself.

Experts expect that Putin will continue to purposefully hurt himself and his country in order to try to blame America. Sources at the Pentagon believe that Putin may go so far as to nuke every major city in Russia to try to make America look bad. Putin has previously shelled his own nuclear power plant in the Ukraine to try to make it look like Ukraine is doing it. Another insider said that Putin may poison Moscow’s water supply with toxic nerve gas. The officials warned that Putin could go so far as having himself assassinated to try to confuse people and make America look bad.

“Putin’s key strategy is attacking himself to make it look like someone else did it,” said National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan. “We expect that he will continue to do many things against himself to try to blame others. However, we support him doing these things.”

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  1. Kim says:

    Putin cries out in pain as he strikes himself.

  2. Lyman has now been occupied by the Ukrainian army. I don’t think it’s relevant to this post, but it sure looks bad for Russia to annex a territory one day and then have a major city fall to the enemy the next. Maybe the Russians are planning a massive counterattack to retake the place.

  3. SteveK9 says:

    Not a big fan of sarcasm as humor, but this is worth a few chuckles.

    • Agree: 36 ulster
  4. Wokechoke says:

    https://twitter.com/kebumen_daimyo/status/1575970567932387329/photo/1

    Interesting that Putin did tackle abortion rates. Very high in 2000 under peak Yeltsinism.

  5. Wokechoke says:
    @Diversity Heretic

    Lyman is probably a deserted smear of bricks at this point.

    However, the rivers will swell up and the Ukies will be cut off and counter attacked. I’d guess they took significant infantry casualties recapturing Lyman.

  6. 36 ulster says:
    @SteveK9

    I myself prefer fine irony to mere sarcasm, but, yeah, this was whimsical.

  7. Wokechoke says:

    About those referendum votes.

    https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2022/09/putin-russia-referendum-election-results-domestic-propaganda/671595/

    I’ve heard a lot about the percentages of votes from western media but can’t find any analysis of raw vote totals. Would like to see what the head count was tbh. It’s approx the same number of people the Kievans will kill if they get to take back any of this land.

    • Replies: @meamjojo
  8. It is clear that the G-dless Zionists are behind this evil.

    • Replies: @Timmy75
    , @Pat Kittle
  9. Timmy75 says:
    @Prof Watson

    “G-dless Zionists” ‘I believe in The-Invisible-Man-in-the-Sky, and if you don’t, you’re a big meanie.”

    • LOL: Realist
    • Replies: @Kim
  10. @SteveK9

    Not a big fan of sarcasm as humor, but this is worth a few chuckles.

    It is certainly true that a little sarcasm, even of the good sort, goes a long way. As with other forms of dessert, sarcasm is best when served and consumed in moderation.

    The thought that I couldn’t shake as I read was as follows. If someone—say, Ron Unz—had, either for laughs or as an experiment, posted this column with the byline Steve Sailer instead of Andrew Anglin, there would already be 280 comments (mostly attaboys acclaiming Sailer’s genius) from Corvinus and the rest of Sailer’s army of worshipful puppy dogs, all of whom would mistake the sarcasm for fact.

  11. JeanL says:

    Sadly this kind of humor isn’t always recognized as humor when written. I’m sure a part of the readers think the author really seriously thinks that Putin did it.

    • Replies: @meamjojo
    , @dogbumbreath
  12. Notsofast says:
    @Diversity Heretic

    once the rivers and mud freeze the russian tanks will roll and it’s going to be a much different war when they are defending the russian homeland, than the smo to protect russian speaking ukrainians.

    • Replies: @meamjojo
  13. @Diversity Heretic

    A “major city” that had circa 20,000 inhabitants before the war. That’s about half the population of the town district where I live, a fifth of a district in Paris, and 1% of the whole city of Paris or of Manhattan. That’s not what I’d call a major city.
    Losing hundreds of soldiers to take a town of 20,000 is not what I’d call a great military victory. It’s a war, that Ukrainians will take a small town here and there is something inevitable. And by losing several hundred men each time, they make a valuable contribution to the Russian objectives of demilitarisation and de-nazification of Ukraine. Besides, they’re easier targets when they’re moving than when they’re hiding in forests or dug in. Though forests soon won’t be good hideouts any more.

    • Agree: Notsofast
    • Replies: @Kratoklastes
  14. Anonymous[425] • Disclaimer says:

    apologies for an extended Wikipedia quote but:

    Causerie (from French, “talk, chat”) is a literary style of short informal essays mostly unknown in the English-speaking world.[1] A causerie is generally short, light and humorous and is often published as a newspaper column (although it is not defined by its format). Often the causerie is a current-opinion piece, and it may contain more verbal acrobatics and humor than a regular opinion or column. […]

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  15. Sailer thinks it was the Russians. He is that stupid.

    • LOL: Kratoklastes
  16. @obwandiyag

    Sailer has repeatedly said he thinks the Ukrainians are the most likely culprit, and that it’s unreasonable to suspect the Russians. Your comment is a blatant lie.

    • Replies: @Wokechoke
  17. whatt says:
    @Diversity Heretic

    Think about it: These guys invaded RUSSIA!!!
    It’s not a very good idea.
    Good luck, guys !

  18. @Passing By

    The Western media and /uhg/ on 4chan/pol/ have been doing this for months.

    Peski has about 20 people on a good day. Its formal population is SIX (not six thousand… six people)… but during the recent counteroffensive you would seriously have thought that it was a major agglomeration on the outskirts of Moscow.

    Redditors gonna reddit.

    Unz Review needs a KEK button.

    • Agree: Pop Warner
  19. meamjojo says:
    @Notsofast

    Politicol posted in an article yesterday that:

    Videos have emerged online of Russian officers telling conscripts to bring their own medical supplies and sleeping bags to the front, as Moscow is expected to leave its troops unsupported in the field.

    https://www.politico.com/news/2022/09/30/putin-tries-to-annex-his-way-into-a-different-reality-00059873

    haha haha haha…

    • Troll: Lurker, Polistra
    • Replies: @Notsofast
  20. @Diversity Heretic

    Apparently Ukrainians have launched a big tank offensive in the Kherson region. Russia shouldn’t have handed the initiative over to the Ukrainians. Kadyrov is fuming at the mismanagement of the SMO in its latter stages.

    There was so much promise in the early stages with talk of all those cauldrons and a straight sweep over flat terrain after destruction of the Ukrainian army in the Dombas which never materialised. Russians achieved a lot with a small force because they had the element of surprise but that’s gone now. They should have been ready with reinforcements to put in the theater when required instead of now waiting to train them. They could lose more territory still if they quickly don’t throw in more forces. And there should have been some carpet bombing of all those Ukrainian forces when they were assembling but no, nothing, they were just allowed to press on.

    • Replies: @frankie p
    , @j2
  21. meamjojo says:
    @Wokechoke

    If the Ukies can get the ballots with the names of the voters on them, they can strip them of Ukrainian citizenship, take their houses/cars and formally deport them to Russia. Exactly what they wanted, no?

    • Troll: Lurker
    • Replies: @Wokechoke
  22. meamjojo says:
    @JeanL

    Putin did do it. He wants to show how crazy he is. It’s called cutting off your nose to spite your face.

    • Troll: Lurker
    • Replies: @Notsofast
  23. Kiza says:

    The expensive Western troll army has an official version that Putin blew up the pipelines to increase the price of natural gas which now he cannot sell to the Europeans any more. This is how stupid Putin is or rather how stupid anyone consuming any media crap that comes from the West is.

  24. @obwandiyag

    Sailer thinks it was the Russians.

    Pace James Hoffman, let’s just go for the charitable diagnosis and say that this sentence embodies an error in attribution from which I trust you are prepared to back away.

    He is that stupid.

    Perhaps you’re correct here, but my own sense is that Sailer is consciously misleading his army of puppy dogs. As I type, there are already 179 comments in his tiresomely tongue-in-cheek “Americans Warned Germans …” column (1 Oct 2022), and the agreement with his “Ukrainians are fearless patriots” and “pay no attention to the (((man))) behind the US curtain” lines of deception is running at something like 80 percent. I tip my hat to the 20 percent who decline to drink the proverbial Kool-Aid and denounce it for rotting the brain as much as the commercial concoction rots the teeth.

  25. @Kim

    Putin is immunized against all dangers: One may call him a scoundrel,parasite,swindler,profiteer,it all runs off him like water off a raincoat. But call him a pipe destroyer and you will be astonished at how he recoils,how injured he is,how he suddenly shrinks back,” I’ve been found out!”

  26. Notsofast says:
    @meamjojo

    laugh while you can, monkey boy. sealed with a curse as sharp as a knife, doomed is your soul and damned is your life.

    • Replies: @meamjojo
  27. @JeanL

    Sadly this kind of humor isn’t always recognized as humor when written. I’m sure a part of the readers think the author really seriously thinks that Putin did it.

    Perhaps, that is who the mRNA Vax and boosters are for…”useless readers”.

  28. frankie p says:
    @Commentator Mike

    Russia has been surprised that NATO would take such an overt role in this conflict, basically running Ukrainian strategy from Kiev and using ALL US and NATO intelligence gathering satellites to try to even the scales. There will be a retaliation for this, but it will NOT be a knee-jerk response without proper planning. The Russians don’t work that way. The Russian response will be calculated, well-planned, and costly, most likely very costly in NATO military lives. We know that MANY Ukrainian lives will be lost, but let’s be honest, that’s not of ANY importance to NATO, the US, or (((western elites))) that are pushing this thing. I for one am looking forward to Russia’s response.

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  29. There is visual evidence for the sabotage.

    • Replies: @Wokechoke
  30. Alrenous says: • Website

    Don’t forget how Putin keeps shelling his own ammo dumps and firing loitering munitions at captured cities. Not to mention the black ops he sends over to tape up Russian loyalists in not-yet-captured cities.

    Really Ukraine and USG literally can’t do anything but wet themselves and let Putin do whatever he wants. All hail Democracy™.

  31. Wokechoke says:
    @Philip Owen

    There’s certainly Norman Propaganda.

  32. Notsofast says:
    @meamjojo

    could you please give us a demonstration of this. a picture is worth a thousand words and will help you make the point (on top of your head a little sharper).

  33. Wokechoke says:
    @James Hoffman

    On its face that’s what he is saying. Only he’s not calling it terrorism that should mean Ukraine ought to be sanctioned now.

  34. Wokechoke says:
    @meamjojo

    Deportation in this context means killing of course.

  35. Roger T. says:
    @Diversity Heretic

    It’s not a major city, it has a population of only 20,000. 85% of that is ethnic Ukrainian which likely made it much easier to take over.

    Keep in mind that there are 300,000+ reservists that are going to be flooding these annexed regions soon so this is just getting started. Russia will have enough leverage to make counter advances once that happens.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
  36. Kim says:
    @Timmy75

    And they do in fact have a god. Shekels.

  37. @Kim

    First real laugh from the comments here in a very long time. Thanks, and yes, its a sad reality at best.

  38. @Prof Watson

    It is clear that the G-dless Zionists are behind this evil.

    FACTS:

    Some Zionists are “godless,” some aren’t.

    Some anti-Zionists are “godless,” some aren’t.

  39. @Roger T.

    Keep in mind that there are 300,000+ reservists that are going to be flooding these annexed regions soon so this is just getting started

    Yes get ready for an army of bakers and barbers with rusted AK-47s. That will change everything.

    Unreal that you guys are still defending this half-pint dictator and his disastrous war.

    • Replies: @Wokechoke
  40. @Pat Kittle

    Can one be both a Zionist and and anti-Semite? I say deport all the Neocons to Israel then cut the “Welfare Queen of the Middle East” adrift. (And go Palestine!)

  41. @frankie p

    Prior to the SMO Russia addressed an ultimatum to NATO and it got an unfavourable response so it should have known what it was getting into – a conflict with NATO. Of course NATO would throw everything at it.

    Kadyrov has long called for tactical nukes and especially now since the latest fiasco. He blames the incompetence of certain generals for the recent losses.

    • Replies: @frankie p
  42. @Diversity Heretic

    A ‘major city’ with a whopping 20,000 population, from which Russian forces withdrew. Another hollow victory for the West’s Nazi idols.

  43. @Pat Kittle

    All Zionazis are racists, however. Ask any Palestinian.

    • Agree: Notsofast
  44. meamjojo says:
    @Notsofast

    Get on your knees and kiss my tuchus boy.

    • Replies: @Notsofast
  45. meamjojo says:

    Here’s a dose of truth:
    ———–
    Russian Armed Forces suffer over 60,000 casualties in military personnel
    SUNDAY, 2 OCTOBER 2022,

    The Russian occupying forces have lost over 60,000 soldiers since the beginning of the war, suffering losses of 500 on 1 October alone.

    Details: Total combat losses of the Russian forces between 24 February and 2 October 2022 are estimated to be as follows [figures in parentheses represent the latest losses – ed.]:

    approximately 60,110 (+500) military personnel
    2,377 (+23) tanks
    4,975 (+26) armoured combat vehicles
    1,405 (+8) artillery systems
    337 (+1) multiple-launch rocket systems
    176 (+0) air defence systems
    264 (+0) fixed-wing aircraft
    227 (+1) helicopters
    1,015 (+6) operational-tactical UAVs
    246 (+0) cruise missiles
    15 (+0) ships/boats
    3,796 (+10) vehicles and tankers
    131 (+0) special vehicles and other equipment

    Russian troops have suffered their heaviest losses on the Kramatorsk and Bakhmut fronts.

    https://www.pravda.com.ua/eng/news/2022/10/2/7370012/

    • LOL: Verymuchalive
  46. That part about Putin burning his pee-pee had me blowing on my coffee.

  47. j2 says:
    @Commentator Mike

    “There was so much promise in the early stages with talk of all those cauldrons and a straight sweep over flat terrain after destruction of the Ukrainian army in the Dombas which never materialised. ”

    Your pro-Russian analysts were cheating, Ukraine counter-offensive started very much as predicted, and East from Kharkov was the original logical direction already in the end of April, though Ukraine did manage to confuse its intentions by the offensive in Kherson, but now it is like in the textbook. But it is interesting if they will make an offensive towards Mariupol to cut the corridor, it may be so.

    “And there should have been some carpet bombing of all those Ukrainian forces when they were assembling but no, nothing, they were just allowed to press on. ”

    They cannot. Not much Russian artillery there. Russians moved all to Donbas and then to the South and when Russians fled Izium, they left much of their heavy equipment that still was in the North. If they now bring artillery there, it is destroyed by MLRS since Ukraine now has SAR satellite images that spot equipment very nicely. Russia is losing too much equipment each day even if they bring in more men. Ukraine will not run out of anything.

  48. @Bardon Kaldlan

    You write.
    Putin is immunized against all dangers: One may call him a scoundrel,parasite,swindler,profiteer,it all runs off him like water off a raincoat.

    Personal abuse is precisely that. It contains no details of fact. It comes from your enemies. If you are an experienced politician, as Putin certainly is, you are wise to just ignore it, which he does.

    When the pipelines were sabotaged, the West remained quiet. They did not immediately accuse Russia of doing it because they knew Russia hadn’t. They have no evidence of the Russians doing it, otherwise they would have produced it by now.

    The pipelines were blown up in Danish territorial waters adjoining Polish and Swedish waters. Russian naval movements in the Baltic have been monitored very closely by NATO for many months now. The Baltic is shallow and Russian submarine movements would be easily detected.

    If Russia wanted to close these pipelines permanently, it didn’t need to perform a difficult military operation where it could be easily detected by its enemies, and its actions exposed. NOTE If Russia had done so, the West would have produced the evidence by now. All it had to do was shut the pipelines permanently at the terminals in Russia. This could be done safely and quickly.

    Of course, Russia may do exactly that – permanently close all the pipelines sending gas to Europe. Indeed, that may well be the aim of those who actually did it. If so, the vast majority of European countries are going to face cold winters, declining living standards and financial hardship for many years to come.

    • Replies: @Wokechoke
  49. Avery says:

    {After Falsely Claiming He Is Not Blowing Up His Own Infrastructure, Putin Continues to Lie}

    Anglin’s got something there.
    The NATO/MSM GloboLie Machine in overdrive.

    Check this out*:
    [NATO has sent an intelligence note to its member countries warning of the mobilization of the Russian nuclear submarine ‘K-329 Belgorod’, carrying the Poseidon nuclear missile, also known as the Weapon of the Apocalypse, the Italian daily ‘La Repubblica’ reports Sunday.
    The new submarine was launched in July and is now reportedly submerged in Arctic waters after its possible involvement in the sabotage of the Nord Stream gas pipelines, according to several unofficial sources.]

    Wow ! These guys are good.
    Blow up the Russian pipelines and blame it on a Russian sub.
    Millions of brainwashed sheeple in the West will believe it.
    ______________________________________________
    *
    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/nato-warns-of-mobilization-of-russian-submarine-belgorod-carrier-of-the-weapon-of-apocalypse/ar-AA12vwWP?ocid=msedgntp&cvid=702280b72ae145a09ba573a2eed5c52b

  50. @meamjojo

    If that isn´t a textbook example of Jewish projection my name is Stirnimann
    (the upside is it provides a reliable estimate of (((Ukie))) losses, the logic
    being the purported Russian ones have to be higher; I´ll concede that the
    Russian numbers are certainly too low).

    • Replies: @Passing By
  51. Wokechoke says:
    @Verymuchalive

    It’s a Hitler or Goebbels quote.

    You may call him a swindler cheat thief or liar it’s like water off a ducks back, call him a Jew he’ll recoil and say “I’ve been found out”.

  52. Wokechoke says:
    @John Johnson

    7 Mechanics and machinists servicing vehicles manned by 3 hotshot 19 year old gunners and drivers and a 26 year old sergeant.

    More likely.

  53. @nokangaroos

    MemeJooJoo is a living meme representing the perfect Jewish hateful moron. If you weren’t an anti-semite before meeting him, the probability that you will become one afterwards is about 99.75%. If you are in the 0.25% remining, it means that you are Jewish yourself.

    Some British folks have browsed through all obituaries published throughout Russia and have compiled ~6000 Russian soldiers KIA, which coincidentally matches the official number published by the Russian ministry of defence.

    • Thanks: nokangaroos
    • LOL: meamjojo
    • Replies: @Wokechoke
  54. godzilla says:
    @Bardon Kaldlan

    I am downgrading you to below Quartermaster

  55. Wokechoke says:
    @Passing By

    6,000 sounds about right. Around 1000 per month.

  56. meamjojo says:
    @Verymuchalive

    Pravda means “truth”. D’oh.

    • Replies: @Verymuchalive
  57. Notsofast says:
    @meamjojo

    tuchus is a dead give away. i thought they told you to stay away from the yiddish in your 50¢ troll school. you really should go back to your troll academy for a refresher course, you’re failing miserably at your task.

  58. I realize this article is a joke but false flags are a huge danger to the world. Maybe NATO will nuke moscow and say putin did it so he could blame NATO and nuke kiev. Everybody knows about false flags today and they will say ” that’s possible.”

    The knowledge of false flags makes it easy to bomb a country and get away with it.

  59. frankie p says:
    @Commentator Mike

    NATO has NOT thrown everything at it. There are supposedly NO NATO TROOPS fighting against Russia in Ukraine, officially anyway. Russia’s ultimatum to NATO was in reference to security guarantees and perhaps the enforcement of Minsk 1 and 2 agreements. Of course the Russians got an unfavorable response; the US planned on and required military belligerence between Ukraine and Russia. Why else would the US have pushed Ukraine to increase the shelling of civilian targets in the Donbass in December 2021 and January/February 2022. They goaded Russia into taking military action; it was entirely by design.

    Kadyrov is a worthwhile asset for any nation and army. Kadyrov fights without judgement. He is like the brothers of Hezbollah, the Houthi Shiite forces/Ansarallah in Yemen, the Iranian Republican Guards. They are filled with will, and they believe in God. More importantly, they believe that they are doing to the work of God. How can the shallow, materialistic soldiers of the west compare with these men? What was the speech from Kurtz in Apocalypse Now?:

    “I remember when I was with Special Forces. Seems a thousand centuries ago. We went into a camp to inoculate the children. We left the camp after we had inoculated the children for Polio, and this old man came running after us and he was crying. He couldn’t see. We went back there and they had come and hacked off every inoculated arm. There they were in a pile. A pile of little arms. And I remember… I… I… I cried. I wept like some grandmother. I wanted to tear my teeth out. I didn’t know what I wanted to do. And I want to remember it. I never want to forget it. I never want to forget. And then I realized… like I was shot… like I was shot with a diamond… a diamond bullet right through my forehead. And I thought: My God… the genius of that. The genius. The will to do that. Perfect, genuine, complete, crystalline, pure. And then I realized they were stronger than we. Because they could stand that these were not monsters. These were men… trained cadres. These men who fought with their hearts, who had families, who had children, who were filled with love… but they had the strength… the strength… to do that. If I had ten divisions of those men our troubles here would be over very quickly. You have to have men who are moral… and at the same time who are able to utilize their primordial instincts to kill without feeling… without passion… without judgment… without judgment. Because it’s judgment that defeats us.

  60. @meamjojo

    You say.
    Pravda means “truth”. D’oh.

    Actually, dimwit, it doesn’t. Ukrainian and Russian share 2 words with the same meanings in both languages. Pravda means that which ought to be – which might be extrapolated as philosophical or moral truth. Istina, by contrast, means that which is – actual or empirical truth. It is significant that the website owners do not call it istina. They want to tell you what should be happening – according to them – rather than actual reality.

    • Replies: @meamjojo
  61. meamjojo says:
    @Verymuchalive

    Loser!
    ———
    “The word for truth in Russian that most Americans know is “pravda” — the truth that seems evident on the surface.Dec 15, 2016”

    https://languagelog.ldc.upenn.edu/nll/?p=29814

    • Replies: @Verymuchalive
  62. @Bardon Kaldlan

    People recognize the above quote…right?😮

    • Replies: @Passing By
  63. @meamjojo

    Hasbara boy, he think he can get away with partial quotation. Here is the full quotation.

    The word for truth in Russian that most Americans know is “pravda” — the truth that seems evident on the surface. It’s subjective and infinitely malleable, which is why the Soviet Communists called their party newspaper “Pravda.” Despots, autocrats and other cynical politicians are adept at manipulating pravda to their own ends.

    But the real truth, the underlying, cosmic, unshakable truth of things is called “istina” in Russian. You can fiddle with the pravda all you want, but you can’t change the istina.

    Gotcha!

    Verymuchalive 1 meamjo 0

  64. JBond says:

    The war hasn’t even started yet..
    Stay tuned, enjoy the fireworks, and keep your radiation pills handy.
    Dementia Joe’s gone mad.

  65. @Bardon Kaldlan

    Funny that you hate them so much given that your ilk is every bit as morally disgusting as they are.

  66. Derer says:
    @Kim

    Anglin must be getting advise from a monkey. The builders and investors of this project want this pipeline to be ready after this temporary storm will pass on. This filthy act of destruction was undoubtedly carried out by the evil people of Washington trembling from the approaching collapse.

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The Surprising Elements of Talmudic Judaism
Analyzing the History of a Controversial Movement
Shouldn't they recuse themselves when dealing with the Middle East?
The Shaping Event of Our Modern World
From the Leo Frank Case to the Present Day
The JFK Assassination and the 9/11 Attacks?