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Vaxxy Joe Biden’s meeting with Vladimir Putin was mostly secret. There was no audio, but there were a few small clips of their sit down that were shown. At one point, Biden was seen checking his note cards.

During the solo press conference that Biden did after the meeting (the shared press conference was canceled), Biden referred to Putin as “President Trump.

There was a short lucid period there that the usual suspects are passing around, where he did the “it’s our values to force you to do things because our values is that we’re an idea” bit.

Also during that press conference – after attacking Putin for allegedly “not having a free press,” Biden explained that he would only be taking questions from reporters he was told to call on. (This didn’t even seem like a slip up – it seems like he was told to just say that part out loud now, to make it look like the other times he said it, it was on purpose.)

But you know what was truly epic? When he put his aviator sunglasses on at the end of that press conference.

So cool.

The most viral clip going around is from after the press conference. Biden is seen yelling at a CNN reporter, Kaitlan Collins. It made it clear why in the press conference setting, the old man only takes questions from reporters he’s told to call on.

Biden later apologized for “being such a wise guy.”

Biden then told reporters that he was not going to negotiate with them.

One of the journalists there outside the plane suggested Biden stop rambling and get on the plane, but he did not. It would have been better if he had. I’m not sure where Doctor Jill was.

Biden was then recorded being filmed arriving at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland, where he did a really good job of walking down the plane stairs. He remembered to salute the marine and everything.

All in all, this whole thing was about as big of a disaster as could possibly ever exist.

Biden is a complete mess, and it will be hard now for journalists to continue to cover up that fact.

It is likely that at this point, the media itself is going to start to shift into calling for Biden to step down and do the handover to Kamala Harris.

Immediately after the disaster, the media was trying to spin it as a win.

But I doubt that will be the narrative going forward. It’s just too silly. And I think everyone is getting nervous that the old man is getting caught slipping every other minute he’s on video.

(Republished from The Daily Stormer by permission of author or representative)
 
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  1. Cliff says:

    Biden reminds me of Frank Drebin played by Leslie Neison. Putin reminds me of James Bond.

    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  2. Poor bastard should be home with his grandkids. Shame on that asshole wife of his, The Fake Doctor Jill Biden. She knew damned well he wasn’t fit for this and pushed it along anyway, because what woman doesn’t want to be first lady? Robbed him of his last months of lucidity for her day in the sun. Doctor my ass. Treacherous she is. Joe Biden isn’t even in there anymore.

    The decline continues apace, without pause in the slightest. Events are riding us, not the other way around. Forget who made that point long ago. Anglin is right, they need to send him off, but after that,
    Kamala. Jesus.

  3. On June 4th, 1961, Kennedy met Krushchev at the Vienna summit. The Soviet leader left with a perception that Kennedy was bright but weak. This assessment led to the USSR deciding to place nuclear weapons on the island of Cuba within a year’s time.

    I wonder what Putin’s read on our senile figurehead is and what the consequences will be.

  4. Emslander says:
    @American Citizen

    Some American Presidents since Eisenhower have been bright, some not, but all were weak.

    • Replies: @animalogic
  5. JonL says:

    I believe Krushchev put nuclear weapons in Cuba because the USA (not necessarily Kennedy) had already put ours in Turkey. Even back then it was only atrocious when the commie’s did it.

    • Agree: VICB3
    • Replies: @Old Brown Fool
  6. I keep thinking back on the fake news media’s four year long coverage of the Trump presidency and the crazed almost insane anxiety of the press to pressure Trump with question after question not even allowing him to finish answering the previous questions. I compare it to how this same press, these same people, do nothing but ask Biden soft ball questions of no importance and even are careful not to upset the “great man”lest he lose his temper and become almost violent as happened with the news conference yesterday, when a reporter merely characterized Biden’s relationship with Putin in a way he didn’t like. I thought he was re-enacting his story of “corn pop”. What a disgusting display of American non-leadership. Compared to Trump, Biden is a frickin hot head who clearly hates the press as much as Trump, yet has hardly suffered from that presses lies and got ya questions the way Trump was

    • Replies: @VICB3
    , @Tom Marvolo Riddle
  7. @Jim Christian

    Wrong —dead Wrong. Amtrak Joe is going to conveniently have an accident and later Kamala will also have an accident and THEN —She’s back –and America will glad Hillary and Bill are on the platform —she as Pres and Bill as VP——Prince Andrew will arrive DC for Epstein memorial —Mr Roarke and Tattoo will be the ushers….

    • Replies: @MarkinLA
  8. Rich says:

    The “press” will coddle him forever. This is FDR running a marathon and JFK going to daily Mass. There’s no such thing as a free press in the US. Except, of course, for a few brave souls on the soon to be censored internet.

    • Agree: dimples
  9. anonymous[139] • Disclaimer says:

    Biden is just a ventriloquist’s dummy, being carefully managed step by step, told what he supposedly believes in, signs whatever paper is put in front of him. He’s slipped into early dementia. He, along with a chorus of alleged conservative types, are supposed to get tough on the Russians. He claims he’s the toughest yet while so-called conservatives claim he’s not confrontational enough. How many years has this ‘get tough on the Russians’ been playing in American life? I suppose all these idiots want war. I wish all these gung-ho characters would actually go off and fight the Russians themselves, leaving the rest of us alone. But no, they’ll send your children out to pay the price. Biden couldn’t get hired to be the principal of a public high school and yet here he is, the president.

    • Agree: Irish Savant, Pat Kittle
    • Replies: @Tom Marvolo Riddle
  10. UNIT472 says:

    The Democrats have to be rather pleased with Joe Biden’s carefully managed international debut. He didn’t fall down or asleep ( on camera anyway) and avoided any ‘Why, why why why why why’ or ‘lying dog faced pony soldier” style outbursts. This was Joe’s finest hour being the best he can be.

    The problem for the Democrats is this is the 78 year old Joe Biden. The 79 and 80 year old Joe Biden is yet to come. He’s not going to age like fine wine he’s going to decay and be useless to them for the 2022 elections. Will he even be able to attend fundraising dinners? I doubt it. Any public exposure is just too risky

  11. @American Citizen

    This assessment led to the USSR deciding to place nuclear weapons on the island of Cuba within a year’s time.

    That’s a very insightful assessment of the USSR’s motivation to place nukes just off the American coast in Cuba, I’m sure.

    However, the fact of American nukes being placed in Turkey just outside the USSR’s border and pointed directly at Moscow probably had more to do with it than Krushchev’s opinion of Kennedy.

    Of course, the majority of Westerners fed on a diet of America’s ineffable goodness by the free and open Western media and their impeccable education system have no awareness of those historical facts.

    • Replies: @UNIT472
  12. Samala says:
    @American Citizen

    As if it’s the president who’s in charge.

    • Agree: Alfred Muscaria
    • Thanks: Tom Marvolo Riddle
  13. VICB3 says:
    @Dr. Charles Fhandrich

    Temper tantrums – “Inappropriate outbursts of anger” – are one of the signs of early onset Alzheimer’s:

    https://www.nia.nih.gov/health/what-are-signs-alzheimers-disease

    That said, and to be absolutely fair, the press can be damned annoying with all their pushing, shouting and trying to ask gotcha’ questions whilst banging off a million photos in the hope that one might serve either to elevate or demean the subject, as editorial bias dictaates. A good slap down is doubtless what they need and deserve.

    Finally, and in sympathy, decline in cognitive ability is sad and scary for both the person and the families. (“Will I be next?”) Add politics and power to the mix, and as we all can appreciate, it can be downright terrifying.*

    Just a thought.

    VicB3

    *Stalin’s final years were similarly defined by a decline of cognitive ability exacerbated by alcohol abuse. (Ditto Henry VIII.) Add to that absolute power, and then imagine what life must have been like for close associates, wondering if a bad mood or sudden suspicion might result in their deaths.

  14. UNIT472 says:
    @Ultrafart the Brave

    The whole issue of IRBM in Turkey or Cuba had been rendered moot when in 1961 the US began deploying Polaris missiles on submarines. These were solid fueled nuclear tipped missiles that could be fired out of sight at anytime with no warning unlike land based liquid fueled missiles of that era.

    It took the Soviets 10 years to catch up and deploy a Polaris equivalent system.

    • Replies: @Ultrafart the Brave
  15. @UNIT472

    …in 1961 the US began deploying Polaris missiles on submarines.

    Thanks for this snippet of reality.

    It took the Soviets 10 years to catch up and deploy a Polaris equivalent system.

    This continued a pattern which persisted throughout the Cold War – the Soviets playing catchup with the agressive moves of the USA. The Cuban crisis was just one more example, although a completely inverted narrative was fed to the Western plebs.

    It begs the question – just who were the “good guys” and “bad guys” in all of this?

    • Replies: @MarkinLA
  16. gay troll says:

    Putin characterized Biden a bit differently:

    Russian President Vladimir Putin said his meeting with President Biden in Switzerland on Wednesday was hostility-free, adding that “on the contrary … it was very constructive.” Putin described Biden as a “balanced and professional man, and it’s clear that he’s very experienced,” and said “it seems to me that we did speak the same language.”

    https://theweek.com/russia/1001607/after-constructive-meeting-with-biden-putin-asks-whos-the-killer-now

    Moments like this you realize all the world is a stage. Kabuki theatre. Controlled opposition. A little circus to complement your bread.

  17. @Jim Christian

    Excellent observation, Jim. I’ve said before that DR.(lol) Jill is the real villain in talking Poor Old Joe into running, when she knew better than anyone that he was incapable due to senility. Jill is Lady Macbeth. It’s amazing to me that most on the Right don’t recognize this, or at least don’t talk about it. Joe got the democrat nomination thru massive voter fraud, with Bernie the victim, just as he was in 2016 against Hillary.

  18. sarz says:

    It’s sometimes amusing to read Anglin, but there’s no good reason for bringing him to Unz Review in big doses. There is zero substance to this article. If sometimes the wrong words pop out of Biden’s mouth, like President Trump instead of President Putin, does Anglin really think that’s because Biden doesn’t know the difference between the two?

    • Agree: Marshal Marlow
  19. Anonymous[233] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jim Christian

    If he was some ordinary impaired old man being trotted out for some publicity event (like they used to do with Muhammad Ali or Ted Williams), I’d feel bad for him. But Biden and his family are such pieces of shit, the quintessential example of the parasitical career politician/whore, that he’s getting exactly what he deserves. Funny thing is (sort of), I’m not sure they’re eager to swap him out with Harris, who appears to have some kind of personality disorder (eg how she giggles whenever she’s asked a serious question). Basically the liberals have nothing but repulsive freaks at this stage, which is an appropriate metaphor for the entire ideology.

    • Replies: @Sean
    , @Jim Christian
  20. @American Citizen

    The Soviet leader left with a perception that Kennedy was bright but weak. This assessment led to the USSR deciding to place nuclear weapons on the island of Cuba within a year’s time

    The ignorance is strong in this one.

    Khrushchev was responding to Kennedy’s aggressive positioning of missiles in Turkey.

    • Replies: @American Citizen
  21. Anon[159] • Disclaimer says:

    It’s all about the Jews.

    Jews hate Russia.

    Ergo… the USA Puppets of the Jews play their role.

    Politicians, Media, everybody.

    How hard is this to understand?

    • Agree: Irish Savant, Pat Kittle
  22. It was pleasing actually, watching him treat those reporters like the dust-eaters that they are. Servants and Puppets should be reminded of what they are.

    • Replies: @Dr. Charles Fhandrich
  23. “81 million” allegedly voted for this senile POS who was hidden away the last 6 months before the rigged election.

    • Replies: @Slim
  24. @UNIT472

    When you look at how much older presidents always look at the end of their terms, and Biden is already at that point now…

    The US government is like an Ed Wood film, with Biden as their Bela Lugosi.

  25. Sean says:
    @Anonymous

    He will not get to end of the year. When Putin feels he needs to assure the world that Biden has not lost it, as he did after their meeting, you know the end is nigh.

  26. nsa says:

    Senility is no bar to public office in an advanced welfare state. Ronnie Reagan was pissing in a diaper while moving toy battleships around his mahogany desk for most of his second term while Nancy, her astrologer, and Big Al Haig ran the country. No one noticed or cared, and the country got along just fine.

  27. TG says:

    As others have pointed out, the intelligence or lack thereof of Biden has no practical relevance. He’s a figurehead – and has been for half a century. He built his career being the most shameful whore to the rich and powerful imaginable, stabbing the working class in the back at every opportunity, and getting handsomely rewarded and supported for it. At this point Joe Biden the man could be stuffed and nailed to the chair in the Oval Office and it would not matter, Team Biden will continue on as directed.

    Although – perhaps it’s not a bug it’s a feature. One classical way to demonstrated power is to force people to repeat something that they know is a lie. By taking this corrupt senile shell of a lickspittle and forcing people to take him seriously, the ruling class is making their power even more obvious. They are breaking the spirit of everyone who is forced to play along.

    And as an example to other politicians: do what you are told and you will be showered with adulation and money no matter what. Don’t go with the plan, and you are clearly Putin’s homosexual over and a racist and a fascist and Literally Hitler.

    So maybe Biden’s incipient senility is by design. The ruling class often uses agents who spout nonsense, but the ruling class itself is vicious and amoral and very, very smart.

    • Replies: @animalogic
    , @Gerold
  28. @Bill Jones

    The agreement to send the missiles to Turkey was done in the fall of 1959. Eisenhower was the President at the time.

    Thanks for revealing your own ignorance.

    • Replies: @Curmudgeon
    , @Greta Handel
  29. Slim says:
    @American Citizen

    JFK was 65th in his class of 110 at Choate. At Harvard he earned a gentleman’s C average. If Nikita said he was bright he was speaking politically. Kennedy got into Harvard as a legacy.
    Of course he was weak. He was also the last Democrat worth a crap.

    He nailed a ton of trim despite a bad back too. 👏

    • Replies: @Jim Christian
  30. Slim says:
    @Sick of Orcs

    10 million of whom don’t exist.

    • Agree: Sick of Orcs
  31. MarkinLA says:
    @GomezAdddams

    I don’t know about that. That might have been the case 3 months ago. However, everybody realizes Kamala is worse than Joe.

  32. MarkinLA says:
    @Ultrafart the Brave

    This continued a pattern which persisted throughout the Cold War – the Soviets playing catchup with the agressive moves of the USA.

    Sorry, but this is just a dumb comment. If you aren’t developing the next technology, your potential enemy is. The US didn’t invent this, it has been going on as long as there have been armies and navies.
    If you want to fault the US, fault it for getting into unnecessary proxy wars but not for trying to stay at the edge of military technology.

  33. MarkinLA says:

    When is Tucker Carlson going to do a story on the real issue: that Joe’s election is a reflection of the people of the country and what it says about them that they could vote for this vegetable?

    I have read so many comments from people who voted for Biden without ever considering the actual issues facing this country. They hated Trump’s tweets, Trump was a racist, ….. They never spent even 5 minutes deciding who was going to have the enormous power of the US military and other government spending under his control. Probably a good 40% couldn’t read beyond “Run Spot Run” anyway.

    If there was ever any proof needed that democracy doesn’t work, Joe’s election should be part of that discussion.

  34. @Dr. Charles Fhandrich

    The tale of corn pop is my favorite thing about biden. He should wear the glasses during the recitation, and a leather jacket. It would definitely win my vote for 2024.

    Also, someone needs to dub that aviator video with the music from that show that boomers like. Crime acronym, sunglass guy version? I dunno the name. CIS or something.

  35. @anonymous

    NPC meme was a good meme. Biden’s boomer voting base is programmed to hate Russia. Doesn’t matter if it makes sense to, doesn’t matter that they get no benefit from it, doesn’t matter if it will likely adversely affect them and their kids. It is how they were programmed. Most Americans have been turned into something approximating cattle. The younger generations have it much worse. At least dislike of a geopolitical rival makes some sense, even if they didn’t understand the details of why. My generation and those younger…. I don’t even wanna talk about it. Birthrate’s gonna crater, I’ll say that much.

  36. Anonymous[633] • Disclaimer says:

    Biden referred to Putin as “President Trump”.

    L O L !

    I’m kind of speechless but now I’m thinking that the replacement is Kamala… which leaves me speechless again.

    Is it too late to “elect” Jim Carrey as the “president”?

  37. @gay troll

    You think Putin is controlled because he didn’t say mean things about biden? I don’t get it. Consider that Putin might want other countries to see him as taking the high road here instead of being the vitriolic aggressor. Seemed legit to me. I dunno if Putin is someone’s puppet or not (I don’t speak Russian) but he seems much less likely to be one than many world leaders. Biden, I am pretty much 100% on.

  38. @American Citizen

    He knows that Joe is just a doddering cypher and that the DS makes all the decisions.

  39. @MarkinLA

    While I have no illusions about the Pre-WWII Soviet Union wanting to conquer Europe, the post WWII Soviet Union was a different matter. Yes, they controlled a large swathe of Eastern Europe – because Roosevelt and Churchill gifted it to them, but their political system required them to refocus on the “promise” of a Marxist utopia. The US has never been under such “obligation”, because the system lets the poorest and most destitute suffer, as long as the profits roll in. The US chose the arms race to bankrupt the Soviets, who could not ignore the massive cost of rebuilding required post WWII. That, coupled with the “reformers” who had lived through the horrors of war, weren’t keen on starting any new ones. Soviet occupied Eastern Europe was there as a buffer zone to protect the USSR proper, i.e. Russia.

    • Replies: @MarkinLA
    , @Old Brown Fool
  40. @American Citizen

    Well Kennedy had not removed them at the time.
    Krushchev boasted that he helped Kennedy’s election, because of the way he engaged with Kennedy during his visit to the US, as opposed to the manner he engaged Nixon.
    Some might interpret that as seeing Kennedy as being weak.

  41. @MarkinLA

    If you aren’t developing the next technology, your potential enemy is.

    And therein lies the justification for pouring an ever-increasing proportion of a nation’s wealth into their military-industrial cash-cow – those “potential enemies”.

    Never mind that the Soviet, and now the Russian and the Chinese, “potential enemy”, are in fact being potentiated by deliberately hostile American foreign policy to provoke self-justifying reciprocal responses from those “potential enemies”.

    It’s no secret – at least, not any more – that no sooner was Exercise WWII completed, than American plans were being drawn up for nuclear saturation bombing of the USSR. Fortunately for the Soviet Union, some American citizens were motivated by conscience to leak the technology to the Soviets to enable their rapid development of the armaments to deter that planned American attack.

    It’s also no secret that now, in our present era, Russia was forced by the USA’s ongoing attempts to ring Russia with missile defence systems (to facilitate a long-planned nuclear first-strike on Russia) to develop and deploy hypersonic missile systems capable of wiping out continental USA – to deter the planned American nuclear first-strike attack on Russia.

    None of this was necessary. The collapse of the USSR might have led to an era of planetary peace and cooperation, but the Exceptional Nation has chosen to press on with its desired conquest of Planet Earth – and has now provoked an alliance of both China and Russia against its imposed hegemony.

    This statement “If you aren’t developing the next technology, your potential enemy is.” lays the reality bare – any country that presumes to develop its potential beyond the Exceptional Nation’s control is marked as an adversary to be crushed.

    • Replies: @MarkinLA
    , @Polemos
  42. MarkinLA says:
    @Curmudgeon

    The US had a period right before WWII where they were very conscious of how much money they were spending on the military. The result was the Japanese becoming the most advanced and capable country with respect to naval aviation. The US had a torpedo that did not work because it was never tested.

    The US learned it’s lesson. In addition, pretending the Soviets only developed weapons because the US forced them to is ridiculous.

    This is just nonsense: but their political system required them to refocus on the “promise” of a Marxist utopia. That must be why they had the largest tank force in the world prior to the start of
    WWII. That must be why they attacked Finland. The idea that they somehow threw away all those ideas is just your projection. You or I weren’t there with any Soviet leaders.

    • Replies: @Curmudgeon
  43. MarkinLA says:
    @Ultrafart the Brave

    None of this was necessary. The collapse of the USSR might have led to an era of planetary peace and cooperation, But the USSR decided to force Eastern Europe to forgo help from the west and kept the people there under their boot against their wishes.

    There fixed it for you.

  44. The sad spectacle of the demented POTUS is tempered by the anger against the Dems for putting him there and his wife for allowing him to be there. He has become a mockery and a joke where even reporters are telling him when he can take his plane.

  45. @American Citizen

    But do you concede that

    Khrushchev was responding to [Uncle Sam’s] aggressive positioning of missiles in Turkey.

    Which was Bill’s point, of course, as you and everyone else knows.

    • Replies: @American Citizen
  46. Mulegino1 says:
    @Tom Marvolo Riddle

    Also, someone needs to dub that aviator video with the music from that show that boomers like. Crime acronym, sunglass guy version? I dunno the name. CIS or something.

    POS would be more appropriate.

  47. Polemos says:
    @Ultrafart the Brave

    Fortunately for the Soviet Union, some American citizens were motivated by conscience to leak the technology to the Soviets to enable their rapid development of the armaments to deter that planned American attack.

    Did some Americans develop a conscience and leaked bioweaponry technology to the Chinese to enable their rapid development of armaments to deter planned American attacks, too?

    In Ursula Le Guin’s The Dispossessed, the protagonist Shevek gifts his formulation of instantaneous transmission of information not to the enemies of his own people, but to everyone: their enemies, their enemies’ enemies, and the strange aliens from planet Terra who witnessed their planet’s desertification and fall. His reasoning was this enabled everyone to have a level of equality preventing any power from becoming a greater Power. By eliminating the gap of distance inherent to communication, Shevek also tore down all the walls.

    When humans realize they are not alone on this planet, whether strangers from outside or from inside, will they also see the value in ceasing their conflicts and desire for all the walls to fall? Or will they believe the ever larger board for The Game just means more players, more combatants, more powers, more walls, more wars?

    • Replies: @Ultrafart the Brave
  48. @Greta Handel

    Yes. The response wasn’t made until after the Soviets had (erroneously) underestimated JFK’s ability to counter their moves. That’s my point.

    The bigger point is the current geriatric currently holding the office and how that is perceived by foreign adversaries. If JFK could be seen as someone who could be cowed or intimidated, what’s the word around the globe on “the big guy”?

  49. @Emslander

    “Some American Presidents since Eisenhower have been bright, some not, but all were weak.”
    Interesting observation. The only exceptions I can think of are Nixon & Reagan. Reagan certainly was not bright. But, both had at least a perception of some strength.
    Tricky question – worth more thought.

  50. @American Citizen

    Thanks for replying. However, the biggest point is that Uncle Sam — whether Team Red or Team Blue has the ball — maintains and cultivates “foreign adversaries … around the globe,” contrary to the interests of American Citizens and anyone else who wants peace and prosperity.

  51. @gay troll

    That’s called “diplomacy “. Adultsctend to employ it. (not that that denies the kabuki aspect. Sometimes appearances are important.)

  52. BuelahMan says:

    Who is more lost? Biden or the fools in America who elected him?

  53. @TG

    “So maybe Biden’s incipient senility is by design. The ruling class often uses agents who spout nonsense, but the ruling class itself is vicious and amoral and very, very smart.”
    Naturally there’s nothing I can disagree with here.
    I just raise this question — are there not many millions of Dem’ voters who actually believe in Biden? People who couldn’t see a sock puppet if it started to choke them?
    The ruling class are smart, but many voters are just cartoon intellectual level “believers”, all bound up in the “Red v Blue”
    Coyote v road runner sham ???
    Seems to me Elites are doing fairly OK here ….. given the mere children they have to train.

    • Replies: @TG
  54. Team Biden had to tread carefully in Geneva.

    Putin had a stack of cards to play if Biden got mouthy: America’s illegal occupation of Syria, the rape of Iraq, the humanitarian disaster in Yemen, the deposing and silencing of Trump, the political prisoners of 1/6, the murder of Ghaddafi, the imprisonment of Assange, the drone killing of a top Iranian…. and that’s just for starters.

    Putin was ready to deliver a humiliating smack down, and Team Biden knew they had no defense..

  55. bobert says:

    J.B. portrays an america that is failing fast.
    g7, nato, Putin – all show and no go.

  56. @MarkinLA

    I’m not following this. What you are saying applies to post-WW2 USSR. It does not apply to post-Gorbachev Russia.

  57. @Polemos

    Did some Americans develop a conscience and leaked bioweaponry technology to the Chinese to enable their rapid development of armaments to deter planned American attacks, too?

    How very insightful – I’ve not considered that as a possibility in the current Corona Chan insanity.

    On the one hand, it seems the WEF crowd were poised to exploit Corona Chan from the outset, deploying bioweapons disguised as “vaccines” for immediate injection into the entire Western population.

    On the other hand, China amongst all nations seems to have come out on top of this “pandemic” and has continued it’s economic progress relatively unscathed.

    I wonder if anyone might be able to illuminate us on this angle of the war for Planet Earth?

    Shevek gifts his formulation of instantaneous transmission of information not to the enemies of his own people, but to everyone

    That idea is born of genuine benevolence – if applied universally, I think it would go a long way towards solving the world’s problems.

    One example is the idea of free energy – debunked by conventional science, but such “science” is captive to the mindset nurtured by the Masters of the Universe to maintain their positions over the rest of us.

    Case in point – the Adams Motor invented by Robert Adams in New Zealand was suppressed by the New Zealand government as a “matter of national security”, with Mr. Adams being harassed by government stooges to keep him quiet. Similar in many ways to the experience of John Bedini, inventor of the Bedini Motor in the USA. Ditto the exotic inventions of Nikola Tesla and Thomas Henry Moray (also known as Henry T. Moray), also suppressed and consigned to the dustbins of history.

    “freely ye have received, freely give”

    Matthew 10:8

    Our ruling elites apparently feel otherwise.

    • Replies: @Polemos
  58. Polemos says:
    @Ultrafart the Brave

    Technology is inherently “democratic” in that it expands access to power by reducing labor costs, reducing time spent laboring —efficiencies allow for more opportunities in habitual or novel directions, right? So it makes sense from the perspective of those who hoard their power (“where moth and rust destroy . . .”) that inevitably some amount of access to technology is permissible (overall for the function of the society they wish to direct as though their own large organism) while reserving for themselves the technology that outpaces the accessible technology.

    So turning things around: free energy might solve some of the world’s problems, but then you will still have the same ethical and spiritual drives and vices within the people who benefit. Look at the large numbers of people who already right now have access to all the libraries of the world . . . and spend their time on TikTok catching knowledge in 20 second soundbites or arguing with neighbors on NextDoor rather than invite them over for pie. From our standpoint as losers in the pyramidal hierarchy, it seems as though we’d be better off if we had free energy, because we’d like to think we’d save lives, heal the sick, find the lost, thwart the criminals, and then sleep peacefully at the end of the day. We see ourselves as virtuous but weak, clever but impotent, uncompromising but out of touch: if only, if only, if only . . . Yet from the standpoint of the spiritually advanced looking upon the vast numbers of people lounging and indulging and whinging, would giving them free energy actually motivate enough people towards the noble, the true, the good, the just, the virtuous life of freely giving, freely receiving?

    Even Jesus closes the door on those who cannot, will not knock . . .

    I’m not sure free energy is what saves people. I think, kinda, it’s the opposite: having to work hard for something gives appreciation for it, value to it. But I come from poor folk and probably will die poor folk, and this is the propaganda I tell myself to feel better about my shitty life, right?

    Sometimes it’s not wise to let people have access to technology, especially when they haven’t done the work of honing, shaping, nurturing, and discovering the inner divine within their hearts and the outer divine threading through everything in existence. Children with iPads or cell phones, their heads down and their fingers swiping and their asses sitting and their noses dripping, what a sad and despairing way to end this eon —and a glorious invitation for anyone willing to take the kids outside, let them sink their hands into the ground, and show them how their friends the worms, the sow bugs, the protozoa and the fungi are there, always there, bringing new life and new joy out of the shit and filth of their fallen fathers, and encourage them to see how billions of years of overcoming death are so much more important and valuable and beautiful than the seven seconds it takes to watch a cat jump into a wall or a man slip on ice and hit his nuts on a railing.

    I know I’m guilty of spending too much time on the Internet, but I’m taking steps to rid myself of the need and the compulsion. The littlest things in the soil have freely given to me, and hopefully I make the right decisions so that they freely receive my care, my support, and my appreciation, in the hard work it takes to provide them —like a Platonic philosopher-king— the right environment, an enclosed philosophic paradise, where they can slither naked among each other, have sex to their aortic arches’ content, and darkly dream of greater things, free of predators and villains and tyrants.

    Also, Ultrafart, you know they are not elites. Stop calling them that. They are children and spiritually regressing. Have pity, have scorn, but they are not your elite, they are not chosen, nor elect.

    • Replies: @Ultrafart the Brave
  59. @Polemos

    So turning things around: free energy might solve some of the world’s problems, but then you will still have the same ethical and spiritual drives and vices within the people who benefit.

    I tend to assess things in terms of Maslow’s Heirarchy of Needs –

    https://www.simplypsychology.org/maslow.html

    The most pressing and fundamental human needs, the physiologic necessities, are sorely lacking for a great many of the planet’s population.

    I think free energy, especially from a simple contraption accessible to any community with the resources to assemble it, would greatly alleviate the daily burdens and suffering of literally billions of people.

    It would also neuter the monopolies of multinational corporations in the energy sector and free up resources to pursue otherwise neglected objectives.

    That’s not a panacea, of course, but less spent on keeping the house warm and powering machinery means more available to spend on food and clothing for those who need it.

    Have pity, have scorn, but they are not your elite, they are not chosen, nor elect.

    You and I might know this, but our betters are quite sure that they know better.

  60. Pericles says:
    @Jim Christian

    Please don’t paint the President-Legit as some tragic figure.

  61. Pericles says:
    @American Citizen

    Putin should discreetly support Biden with all he’s got, in a suitably kayfabe manner. Seriously, why push the US to replace him?

    Also, Biden will not be replaced by internal forces as long as he remains a suitable vessel for issuing the various bizarre and mendacious commands for which the nation now reportedly loves him, as well as (important!) taking the responsibility for the same. There was nothing anyone could do about his radical agenda. For heaven’s sake, he’s the fairly elected president!

  62. Pericles says:
    @UNIT472

    [Biden]’s not going to age like fine wine he’s going to decay and be useless to them for the 2022 elections. Will he even be able to attend fundraising dinners? I doubt it. Any public exposure is just too risky

    Why should he even leave his basement, a place from which he famously campaigned and won an election with a record result. Stay safe, stay masked, citizens!

  63. @Cliff

    Putin reminds me of Alec Guinness as Smiley.

  64. @American Citizen

    The Soviets won. The Jupiters were removed from Turkey, and Khrushchev and JFK agreed to a lessening of tensions, a process derailed by the hit on JFK.

  65. @MarkinLA

    Good God-are you insane? After collapse of the USSR, the USSR kept the Eastern Europeans under their boot, and forced them to forgo ‘..help from the west’? Are you from another, tangential, reality?

  66. @JonL

    And even after sixty years people are not wise to it. Nobody calls it Turkish Missile Crisis. So much propaganda.

  67. @Curmudgeon

    Yes, they controlled a large swathe of Eastern Europe – because Roosevelt and Churchill gifted it to them,

    Stalin wanted to put a buffer between Russia proper and western Europe, and Roosevelt agreed. It was not a gift certainly, because the Soviets won every mile of it with their lives.

    There has been a continuous war of attrition between the Teutons and the Slavs, for more than 1000 years; Slavs were losing for most of that time, till the WWII. More German cities are built on lands that were once Slavic than one imagines. Then at one stroke, Slavs captured all the lands they lost and then some more. That was why the war was so brutal and bloody. It was not a war between two nation-states or Fascism and Communism; above all it was a war between two huge cultures.

    The present decline of German population shows that they may not be able to advance eastward again; meanwhile, Poles, a Slavic people, are overrunning west Europe… So, the question has been settled in favour of Slavs, I presume.

  68. Da Judge says:
    @UNIT472

    Biden will last exactly two years, then he’s out. Why two years? If his replacement(Harris) finishes his term with more than two years remaining she can only serve one more term. If less than two years, she can serve the remainder of this term plus two more terms for a total of ~10 years. Brace for it. We will have a President Harris for 10 years.

    • Replies: @Resartus
  69. Anon[972] • Disclaimer says:

    The liberals supported Biden because as senile as he is, he was still better than any other candidate they had on their own side. The rest of their candidates were utter garbage.

  70. Resartus says:
    @Da Judge

    We will have a President Harris for 10 years.

    Hang on to a bit of what you are smoking…
    Harris has near zero chance of even getting the Dem Nomination, even as President….

  71. Gerold says: • Website
    @TG

    Excellent analysis TG. Soviet propaganda served the same purpose. It wasn’t to be believed; it was to humiliate and thus control those paying lip service.

  72. @Anonymous

    Laughing at inappropriate spots is a mental disorder is it not? They know she’s a fucking retard so what was the point? Liz Warren was a better pick, even if SHE’S a fucking retard too.

  73. @Slim

    Cunts like the chicks like Jack was getting chase money and power and fame, they were the honeytraps.

  74. @Tom Marvolo Riddle

    They used to tell the truth of orcs back then. Corn Pop was a super predator.

    • Thanks: Dr. Charles Fhandrich
  75. TG says:
    @animalogic

    Excellent point!

    However: as regards the idea that many voters are just cartoon intellectual level “believers” – I’m not so sure. I know a distressingly large number of very smart and very well informed academics who will just automatically spout the party line no matter how absurd. When I calmly try to point out that the party line is nonsense, they don’t rationally argue back, they just get agitated and angry with me and sometimes just end up screaming the same talking points over and over. It’s not because they are stupid – I think it’s just that it can be increasingly dangerous to dissent, and maybe people have kind of an internalized allergy to saying anything that might derail their careers.

    As I said, perhaps the incoherence of Biden is not a bug, but a feature.

  76. @MarkinLA

    I acknowledged that they had the conquest of Europe on the agenda pre WWII. I referred to post WWII. In the early 70s, I was at university with several students, male and female from the Eastern Bloc, including Russians. All of them more than willing to speak of the “wonders” of their system. Developing weapons wasn’t at the top of their list, unlike their American counterparts. In the late 70s, I worked with a Russian Jew, who, of course, was “persecuted” and allowed out. I called him the Deep Agent. We were on good terms. His view was “the old guys” in charge were entirely predictable, and had truly been reformers of Stalin’s world ambitions, but paranoid about being attacked by NATO. He thought “the young guys” were an unknown quantity, and could return to expansionism. The “young guys” were the Gorbachevs and Yeltsins. Paranoia does funny things to people. The US, which spends more on its military than the next 7 top spenders combined, claims it is always under threat of attack from places like Iraq, Iran, or Grenada. It is under attack, because their navy, sailing off the coasts of countries thousands of miles away, has vessels from those countries, patrolling their own waters. Their army is under attack by “terrorists” in the countries they have invaded.
    That has been the pattern since the Kangaroo Nuremberg show Trials that “Uncle Joe” played a big part in producing. Once he had served his purpose, he was the new enemy. Why wouldn’t the USSR develop weapons once NATO was formed and declared them the enemy? They had no option. However, they had very limited resources to work with, and understood the arms race was not sustainable for them. Had they not been required to spend so much on re-building, things would have been much more dangerous.

  77. @Boomthorkell

    Yeah, they sucked it up with Biden. Yet when Trump treated them half as bad as Biden, all hell broke loose among the shills of that fake news media.

  78. Is that Sergei Shoigu who is sitting opposite Victoria Nuland at the conference table? If so, it’s perfect.

  79. As the Saker pointed out recently, Biden was shadowed by Blinken, much as in his later years Ronald Reagan was shadowed by Donald Regan.

    It is probably a requirement for mentors to have names that echo their mentees’.

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