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The thing about the Ukraine conflict is that Russia has not gotten caught in a lie. People have said that they’ve lied, but thus far, there is no single lie they’ve gotten caught telling. Smug leftists claimed that it was very silly for Russia to claim that Hunter Biden was running biolabs in the Ukraine, but Victoria Nuland admitted that this is at least half true.

Maybe Russia did lie about something. I don’t know. I don’t work for the Russian government, so I have no reason not to say it if I think they’ve lied. But it’s simply a matter of fact that if they have told a lie, it hasn’t been exposed. You would think that they might lie about their casualties, but even when the US/Ukraine is saying this constantly, they’ve provided no compelling evidence that Russia’s stated numbers are inaccurate.

Meanwhile, basically everything the Hohols have said has been a lie. They get exposed for multiple lies weekly, many of which are so ridiculous you can’t even believe they said it (“Russia is shelling their own nuclear power plant, we are only shelling in the parking lot to stop the Russians who are there shelling the plant they are operating”).

Given this very obvious dynamic, the people in the area, even if they support the Kiev Jew terrorist neo-Nazi government, are more likely to believe the Russians about something of serious consequence. When Moscow and Kiev are both accusing the other of developing a dirty bomb false flag, everyone in the Ukraine who knows anything at all knows which party is telling the truth.

It’s an “I know you’re a liar because I lie for you” situation.

RT:

Kiev might be shelving its alleged ‘dirty bomb’ program after Russia exposed it, Moscow’s deputy permanent representative to the UN, Dmitry Polyansky, claimed on Tuesday. He added that Ukraine may well have time to do this before the upcoming nuclear inspection.

Over the last few days, Russian officials, including Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu, have been accusing Kiev of preparing a false-flag attack with the use of a ‘dirty bomb’, a device combining conventional explosives with radioactive material. Ukraine has categorically denied Moscow’s claims.

If you read the Ukrainian Telegram channels, you would see that there is a lot of fuss in the Ukrainian ruling circles now because of the campaign that we have started to launch, and there are many signs that they are trying to sort of wind down this program,” Polyansky said, as quoted by RIA Novosti.

In his opinion, Ukraine has enough time to scale back the ‘dirty bomb’ plans before the upcoming visit of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) inspectors.

“They can come, but I am telling you that a ‘dirty bomb’ is not a very complex device,” Polyansky explained, adding that there is no guarantee that Kiev will not resume its alleged activity after the inspectors depart.

At the same time, the official claimed that the danger of Kiev using a ‘dirty bomb’ remains “very high,” and that Ukraine “has the opportunity” and “has every reason to use it.”

Earlier on Tuesday, in a letter to UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, the Russian mission’s head, Vassily Nebenzia, said that Moscow would consider the use of a ‘dirty bomb’ by Ukraine “an act of nuclear terrorism.”

Meanwhile, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba earlier called the Russian allegations “as absurd as they are dangerous.” He also noted that “Russians often accuse others of what they plan themselves.”

Western governments also backed up the claims by Kiev, issuing “I know you are but what am I?” type statements, which basically proves Moscow is telling the truth. Accusing Moscow of planning a dirty bomb is necessary for the false flag narrative to work.

There is a narrative already that anything bad that happens in the Ukraine is done by Russia. Remember when they were claiming that Russia was assassinating Western journalists outside Kiev, where there were literally zero Russian troops? Remember when the Hohols blew that Fox News journalist’s legs off at a Ukraine checkpoint and they just sort of vaguely implied Russia did it somehow? Like, Russia was camping with snipers deep behind enemy lines with the exclusive mission of killing and maiming Western journalists?

If they can get away with that, they can get away with anything. I was shocked that the guy who got his legs blown off allowed them to say this, but he never came out and complained. These shills will give their body parts to the Jews.

If you turn on the TV, it is nonstop accusations that Russia is planning to nuke the Ukraine. They cite Putin’s statements about nuclear weapons – which he’s been making for years on end – which are actually threats to America and Europe, not the Ukraine.

If Putin wanted to escalate in the Ukraine, he could simply use normal bombs. We’ve seen in the last weeks that Russia can ravage Kiev, and has the total ability to shut the power off across the Western Ukraine at will. There is no reason to use a nuke in the Ukraine. There is a reason to nuke Washington and/or Berlin, and that’s what the threats are explicitly about, but the media makes it about the Ukraine because they are building a narrative for this false flag.

It’s a nonstop narrative. Joe Biden just made a statement on Tuesday about the Russian plan to “deploy a tactical nuke” in the Ukraine.

The UN doesn’t care if the Ukraine detonates a nuclear bomb. People linked to the UN support this as it’s a reason to escalate and ultimately wipe out Russia so that the UN can enforce their child mutilation/weather-changer/bug-eater agenda across the entire globe.

The people in Kiev, however, have a dog in this fight. So they’re likely to complain on Telegram. The control Kiev has over their own goyim is limited, so if they see an uprising, they’re going to back down.

In the long term, however, this does not matter. It seems probable that this entire “dirty bomb” thing was designed to provide a pretext for American troops to enter the Ukraine after the midterm elections next month. But if this hoax gets quashed, they will just do another hoax. The US can do hoaxes faster than Russia can debunk them.

It’s in some ways a fool’s errand to try to prevent this. The United States is a democracy, so the population has no ability to influence the government in any way, no ability to petition grievances. The government can and will do whatever it wants. The pretext for an invasion doesn’t have to be anything so spectacular as a dirty bomb false flag hoax. The media could claim that a much lower-scale hoax, like that time the Ukraine blew up a theatre full of civilians and said Russia did it, could justify US troops going in.

(That was proved 100% to be a false flag by the Ukraine, by the way – the media just totally dropped it after several prominent Substack journalists demolished the media narrative.)

Remember, whatever the pretext is, by the time they announce it, US troops will already be doing operations in the country. One some level, they already are – the US is deploying PMCs, and they are apparently encouraging people to leave the Marines and join these PMC groups to go fight in the Ukraine. There could also be entire units operating in the Ukraine. You would not know if they got in trucks and crossed the Polish border. By the time they tell you, it will be too late to complain.

It is absurdly obvious that things are going in this direction. Possibly even more than they need a war to defeat Russia, they need a war to crush dissent on the domestic front. You should be ready for this. Don’t worry about it, don’t freak out, but understand that every single sign we can see shows that the US is in the process of setting the stage for a full-on war with Russia, first inside the Ukraine, and then elsewhere.

Just be aware. It’s not going to happen tomorrow. But at this point, unless something very serious changes, it will happen. That is to say: it is very obviously the current plan, so you would need a very serious thing to change in order for it to stop being the plan. This is going to affect your life, so you need to be aware and be prepared however you can be.

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  1. SteveK9 says:

    Paul Craig Roberts (on this website) has been stating for the past 8 months his main fear is that Putin’s lack of response to the US constant escalation, will lead to nuclear war, when the US finally threatens Russia’s existence. I’m still not that pessimistic, but you cannot dismiss this fear out of hand. And, it looks more real every day. I’ve been pointing out for weeks on various sites, that Putin was threatening to nuke … NYC and London, not the Ukraine … thanks Andrew for spelling that out here.

  2. To the contrary. Aiding Ukraine helps to avoid war directly with Russia. If it comes to a US-Russia war, Putin will have precipitated it. Putin stupidly started a war he can’t finish without destroying his own country.

  3. Your title needs edited:

    By Hooked Noses or Crooked Department of State, the US Will Create a Pretext for Open War with Russia

    • LOL: Kolya Krassotkin
  4. As long as the Democrats win the midterms, I’m ok with World War 3. Anything to stop Trump.

    • LOL: WorkingClass
  5. The jewing will continue unabated until every last white man has been slaughtered.

  6. Why does Washington need a pretext? I don’t get it. And why would you set off a real dirty bomb when any old lie would do? I’m telling you the Biden Administration is deep down dick in the dirt stupid. Every thing they do is stupid. Every thing they say is a lie. And what of the American people? Half of them are barking mad. If decadence is the final chapter of the life of a society this must be the final page.

  7. Andrew I think you hit the nail on the head. However, I think you missed one important point. A US military move in Ukraine is likely to happen just days before the midterm election. Biden could use a war with Russia to declare a state of emergency and postpone the upcoming election. The question is can they find a legitimate excuse to use to get the American people to support the war. On the Russian side of things I wouldn’t expect any major escalations until after the G20 meeting in Bali. The ground still has yet to freeze. I think that summit will be fascinating. Moreover, I’m getting the feeling based on sentiments from Ramzan Kadyrov that maybe there’ll be another partial mobilization soon. Maybe after the New Year. This time it might include some men without military experience, and they’ll go through extensive training. I simply see no avenue for de-escalation unfortunately. BTW Ramzan declared Jihad on the enemies of Russia.

    • Agree: Dr. Rock, Bo Bo
  8. @Quartermaster

    If it comes to a US-Russia war, Putin will have precipitated it.

    Perhaps you’re right – Paul Craig Roberts certainly thinks so, but only because President Putin has been so reticent to bomb Ukraine back into the stone age (an American specialty, BTW, but only for poor third world countries that have no capacity to fight back).

    Putin stupidly started a war he can’t finish without destroying his own country.

    Be careful what you wish for. Putin is a moderate, and a painstakingly patient and strategic thinker. Martin Armstrong has stated repeatedly and emphatically that if Putin is removed, he will be replaced with Russian hardliners who would jump at the opportunity to obliterate both Europe and the USA.

    And the fact is, they could do that, and there’s very little that the collapsing Western Empire could do to save itself, let alone respond in any ultimately meaningful way.

    • Agree: JR Foley
    • Replies: @Emslander
    , @MarkU
  9. Emslander says:
    @Quartermaster

    Putin stupidly started a war he can’t finish without destroying his own country.

    Nothing Putin could have done or not done to have avoided the eventual US police action, color revolution or “defensive” attack by US/UK trans genderists. They hate Russia for throwing off the Bolshevism they’ve been planning for the West since 1920.

    • Replies: @Kolya Krassotkin
  10. Emslander says:
    @Ultrafart the Brave

    Does anybody know where that tsunami bomb submarine is currently located? I’m guessing the Western Atlantic.

    • Replies: @Kratoklastes
  11. @WorkingClass

    Why does Washington need a pretext? I don’t get it.

    This is a good question – they always seem to pull some BS excuse out of their Satanic arses to invade and destroy other countries (which invariably turn out to be a pack of bald-faced lies 10 years down the track, when it’s far too late to do anything about it). Maybe they’re cautious about doing anything that might wake the masses out of their slumber, so they always keep a fake narrative running up front while they get up to their mischief behind the curtain.

    The common folk do outnumber them about 10,000 to one, after all. They can’t actually do anything without the people’s cooperation.

    So maybe it has something to do with consent – which BTW makes the lemmings complicit and thereby accomplices in all the war crimes and atrocities.

    In any case, it’s all very Luciferian, which goes some way to fingering the hidden puppet-masters orchestrating all of this mayhem.

    • Replies: @WorkingClass
  12. @brostoevsky

    Biden could use a war with Russia to declare a state of emergency and postpone the upcoming election.

    I have long assumed that the elections will not be held as scheduled if ever.

    I am a separatist. Not letting us vote is good for my cause.

  13. Dr. Rock says:

    Well, now that the US has foolishly placed the 101st Airborn just over the border of the Ukraine, I expect that any minute now, the ((Russians)) will (contrary to their every interests) attack those US troops somehow (a well placed mortar round, maybe a terrorist attack of some ilk) and draw us into said conflict, as the world reacts in shocked horror, because it won’t make any goddamned sense to anyone on the planet except for the desperate fools in Kiev, but it will give all the warmongers what they want.

    It would all be funny, if it weren’t so serious.

    I guess the ((banksters)) are overdue for another world war between the historically white nations of Europe, whereby we go about killing each other, again, for the third time in just over a century, because that’s how ((they)) work.

    This one is just so obviously contrived and unnecessary, that for those of us paying attention, it’s utterly ridiculous to witness.

    No people anywhere want it, i.e. the actual citizens of these various nations. Ukrainians don’t want it, the Russians don’t want it, neither do Germans, Americans, or the Poles… NOBODY WANTS IT, except for the lunatics that are playing a game of Stratego with the lives of hundreds of millions, so they can profit, sacrifice lives to ((their)) satanic god, and crash the global economy, again…

    The tragedy is that if ((they)) didn’t control the world media, the real narrative of what’s happening could reach the eyes and ears of every person on the planet, and prevent it, but we all know “the why” and the ((who)) that doesn’t let that happen.

    Hopefully, in the coming chaos, we can “fix” ((them)), once and for all.

  14. @Ultrafart the Brave

    The common folk do outnumber them about 10,000 to one, after all. They can’t actually do anything without the people’s cooperation.

    Agreed. If I was interested in preserving the Union I would be calling for a general strike. Even though doing so would be a waste of time and the coming depression would render the concept mute.

    But I prefer to see the lower 48 balcanize. I want to remove myself from Washington’s jurisdiction. The EU and the UK are coming apart. Why not the US?

    • Replies: @Ultrafart the Brave
  15. Dr. Rock says:
    @brostoevsky

    On this point we agree- The Democrats HAVE to do something before the election on Nov. 8th, because they can’t steal every election across the country, and there is no way that they are going to just lose control of the House and Senate, after stealing the 2020 election in front of the entire world.

    I still think a domestic false flag event bigger than 9-11, something they can blame on “the Right”. Anything to declare a national state of emergency, and now, that could be a flash point event relative to the Ukraine, i.e. our troops in Romania getting magically attacked.

    Perhaps a “Russian Cyber attack” on the US energy grid, or an internet black-out, but whatever it is, it must totally disrupt the “election”.

    Basically, we are at one second before midnight, and that second is 3/4’s over.

  16. Thank God that young American men can now legally claim to be women and thus avoid the inevitable conscription that will be needed to defend Ukraine’s borders

  17. @Emslander

    The prospect of nuclear war with Russia leaves the neocons breathlessly panting with excitement. They are still desperate for revenge for Stalin’s liquidating great Uncle Shmuley’s Trotskyite ass back in the ’30’s and for expelling Grandpa Yitzhak and Grandma Esther.

    Our country is now run by homicidal maniacs trying to implement their personal agendas.

    • Agree: sulu, Kratoklastes
  18. but Biden pulled us out of Afghanistan, doing it quickly so that the deep state could do nothing about it…

    • Replies: @Ultrafart the Brave
  19. Chris Moore says: • Website
    @SteveK9

    Ultimately, these ((jews)) who are running things are suicidal psychopaths. Let me start on some of the possible reasons: their “chosen” delusions of grandeur and megalomania that they’ve been forever brainwashed into believing do not comport with reality; the “mindless goyim anti-Semite terrorists” narrative they’ve been forever brainwashed into believing does not comport with reality; they are not the noble, upstanding and elite creatures they’ve been forever brainwashed into believing, but actually low class parasites and unethical, immoral cut throats, liars, killers and thieves. They are not descendants of Moses and his Ten Commandments, but actually degenerate descendants of the Golden Calf — the greatest enemy of Moses whom he sought to physically eliminate from the face of the earth…

    In short, basically the opposite of the narrative that their conniving, sick, evil, mentally ill rabbis crafted about them and spoon-fed them from birth is the real truth, and Jesus Christ was right about them all along.

    Boy, that’s a tough pill for anyone to swallow, but most especially for a cult that’s been laboring under Stockholm Syndrome for centuries, which has cultivated their own cults of “secular-liberal” (Marxist-Neolib) and “conservative-religious” (Zionist/Neocon) useful idiots to keep the illusion alive — all ultimately the slaves of these same Satanic “rabbis” who are pulling the strings.

    In short, they can’t process this reality. Their little pea brains and reptilian “engineer” brains aren’t equipped to process this reality. And so they retreat into comfortable narratives that are easily proven lies, and then simply deny that they are lying and go about robotically and absently repeating the dogma that “the goyim are lying… the goyim are lying… the goyim are lying…”

    Truly pathetic, isn’t it? This is clearly a “people” who belong in an insane asylum at best, and probably in a lot of cases deserve a death sentence for their centuries of conspiracy and mass murder.

    Moses was right about them all along. Jesus was right about them all along, the “anti-Semites” were right about them all along. They’ve just been wasting everyone’s time for centuries, leading the People into this dead end and that — deliberately and malevolently, mindlessly running from the truth about their Satanic selves, even as their top ((jews)) embraced it, and have now basically acknowledged it.

    How sad. How pathetic. How noxious. How ugly. In fact, maybe there is a certain logic to the ((jews)) and their mass murderous misanthropy — but not the logic of the mass genocide of goyim, which is their modus operandi, but rather the mass extinction of ((jews)) and their stooges.

    • Agree: Passing By
  20. The Russians are constructing a fortified defensive line along the edges of their annexed territories. Maybe they know that “The Yanks Are Coming!” – not if, but when.

  21. Alrenous says: • Website

    Radiation is a nutrient. Nearly everyone is deficient. A “dirty” bomb would significantly lower all-cause mortality. This is the actual reason it was shelved; in other words radiation is holy and therefore Satanists can’t use it.

    The only thing more holy in the vicinity is the Sun bomb, which produces a purifying blast of pure sacred fire.

    There is a narrative already that anything bad that happens in the Ukraine is done by Russia.

    Women always blame the nearest man. It is indeed Russia’s fault – Ukraine can’t control itself, Russia should have realized this and annexed the whole place years ago.

    I was shocked that the guy who got his legs blown off allowed them to say this

    I would say I’m shocked you haven’t read Nietzsche yet, but of course I’m not. He was talking about you, after all, Last Man.

    The United States is a democracy, so the population has no ability to influence the government in any way

    Nope. Intent matters. Plus or minus some laws of Cnut, Americans get exactly the government they demand. It is popular – witness vaccination rates. They do consent.

    “But they threatened to fire Americans.” Now imagine they had Amish-like sub-1% vaccination rates. What do you suppose would happen? Americans have to backhand agree to be oppressed, and they do.

    The [American voters] can and will do whatever [they] want.

    On the surface the nuclear war thing is groupthink. Everyone is afraid of something, and to “validate” that “lived experience” the group all agrees to talk as if it’s true.

    What’s actually going on is that nuclear weapons symbolize heavenly wrath, and the Last Man is terrified of the fact that Satan is no longer protecting them from divine justice.
    It won’t go nuclear if it would be bad for Russia. It’s entirely possible America is too pussy to actually retaliate should Putin nuke Ukraine.
    If they’re not that pussy, then Putin won’t do it. The result prevents the causal pathway.

  22. Realist says:
    @SteveK9

    Paul Craig Roberts (on this website) has been stating for the past 8 months his main fear is that Putin’s lack of response to the US constant escalation, will lead to nuclear war, when the US finally threatens Russia’s existence.

    PCR has been stating many things and he is almost always correct.

  23. @propagandist hacker

    but Biden pulled us out of Afghanistan, doing it quickly so that the deep state could do nothing about it…

    That’s an interesting take on the subject.

    If we entertain that outlook, then it raises the question – given that he’s literally a senile, sleepwalking, child-groping sock-puppet, then who exactly are Biden’s handlers and what are their objectives?

    I’d suppose a corresponding question might be – which Biden are we talking about? There seem to be a few models doing the rounds. Do they have any function at all beyond being a public front for wheeling and dealing in some shady hidden elitist bunker?

    • Replies: @CelestiaQuesta
  24. @WorkingClass

    If I was interested in preserving the Union I would be calling for a general strike.

    The Second Amendment is a huge advantage for the American people – and FWIW all those personnel in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, National Guard etc etc also have families and lives in the real world.

    You probably just need a charismatic leader to unite and organise all those people against the unfolding tyranny. If and when that happens – game over.

  25. It’s entirely possible America is too pussy to actually retaliate should Putin nuke Ukraine.

    This sentence reveals that you have not read or apprehended sufficient knowledge, contemporary or historical, to make speculative comments. I prescribe the full set of videos by Col Doug MacGregor, Scott Ritter, writings of Pepe Escobar, “Redacted” YouTube vids, just to start. Then read Moon of Alabama, the full range of pertaining articles here on Unz.

    This comment is a service and gift for you.

    • Replies: @Alrenous
  26. Mulegino1 says:

    I hope that the 101st Airborne is not playing the same role as those obsolete battlewagons on Battleship Row in December, 1941.

    As an iconic American unit (“Band of Brothers”) an attack on the Division would probably serve as a catalyst to ignite that portion of the American public whose event horizon extends no further back into history than the last Super Bowl or Kardashian episode.

    • Replies: @pyrrhus
    , @Bo Bo
  27. MarkU says:
    @Ultrafart the Brave

    Be careful what you wish for. Putin is a moderate, and a painstakingly patient and strategic thinker. Martin Armstrong has stated repeatedly and emphatically that if Putin is removed, he will be replaced with Russian hardliners who would jump at the opportunity to obliterate both Europe and the USA.

    That is something that cannot be emphasised enough.

    The corporate media would have us believe that Putin is some sort of hard-line dictator oppressing the majority of Russians who are presumably gagging to learn newspeak pronouns and start sterilising their own children. It certainly wouldn’t occur to them to imagine that Putin is actually popular because he has raised the standard of living of his people (something that has become almost unimaginable in the West) The plain fact is that Putin has done everything in his power to prevent this conflict and only acted when he had no other choice, his replacement would certainly be no Western-aligned liberal.

  28. “ By Hook or by Crook”, I think we know it’s those hooked nose crooks who are about to be booted out of a few more countries after being exposed as the real criminals of civilization.

    Lets not kid ourselves, it’s get’n real and GlobalHomo, Magic Negroz, Holocaust Survivors and Woke Wiggers are about to go gangsta with def con 10.

    That’s why I bought some iodine and a Geiger Counter aka Radiation Meter to test the air, food and peepooz that come near me.

    I’m not taking any chances, they could set off a dirty bomb that is undetectable until you’re a goner.

  29. pyrrhus says:
    @Mulegino1

    No one cares about WWII, and hardly any veterans of that stupidity are still alive…

    • Agree: meamjojo
    • Replies: @Mulegino1
  30. @WorkingClass

    Why does Washington need a pretext? I don’t get it.

    Most likely because there are some areas in the chain of command which are populated by moral cowards who need and want to be lied to (in support of the lies they tell themselves when they do their deep state dirty work).

    And why would you set off a real dirty bomb when any old lie would do?

    Since in this case the Satanists would be demanding that their servants take action which clearly risks TEOTWAWKI, they may feel that the pretext needs to be more substantial.

  31. Ukraine is just a sideshow, the real conflict is between Russia and NATO. Both NATO and Russia want to get at each other but neither wants to be the one to start this direct war. Don’t forget the Russian ultimatum to NATO late last year which NATO refused to comply with. Obviously that means war between the two is inevitable. Russia has long been preparing for this and its leadership is not stupid. So if it issued that ultimatum, and Russia probably knew what the response would be, then that can be considered as a declaration of war of each side on the other. Presumably Russia gamed this many times and thinks it has a reasonable chance in a war against NATO, although in terms of population numbers, finances, industry, and military strength that would seem unlikely. In terms on nuclear weapons they’re about on par. Perhaps Russia wants to draw NATO into the Ukraine and fight it there rather than on broader fronts all over Europe.

    I am not surprised that the attention is shifting to the Romanian border. This is where the US/NATO missile shield is based, which is the main complaint by Russians, and they have repeatedly demanded that this shield be dismantled. So if US doesn’t comply Russia sure will try to use force to remove it. The deployment of American troops there could be preparation for a pre-emptive strike, or to bolster Romanian defences.

    • Agree: Odyssey
    • Disagree: dimples
  32. @Ultrafart the Brave

    I suspect that’s what January 6th witch hunt and trials were all about, they’re sending a message that anyone who dare exercise their 14th amendment right to address grievances shall be sent to federal gulag’s.
    That alone is reason for citizens to target those heading J6 trials, along with DOJ/FBI, basically the whole damn local, state and federal government ad swamp vomit, followed by GlobalHomoZioBIGsRxMIC3BLM.

    I’m not advocating violence (hehehe), just primal justice like they’ve shown the rest of us.

    • Replies: @Ultrafart the Brave
  33. @Ultrafart the Brave

    What we are experiencing is a Walt Disney/Pixar Deep Fake Animation production to sell us idiots like CornPop, GlobalHomo, Magik Negroz, Woke Wiggers and Holocaust Survivors 24/7/365 until we bow, take a knee and submit to our GlobalHomo Gods.

  34. We welcome this. It’s time for WWIII.

    Only then maybe Putin will name the Jewish Power, that coward.

    • Replies: @tinkerer
  35. Not true Andy. Jewish Americans do not want to sacrifice their sons and daughters ….they might for Israel but not for us.

  36. @SteveK9

    Paul Roberts says that because he carefully positions himself in a spot where the trees block his view of the forest.

    Imagine if Russia had attacked Ukraine with a massive, no-holds-barred, semi-indiscriminate bombing campaign, followed by an invasion with 750,000 troops, and that Russia was able to crush Ukrainian resistance and topple the Ukrainian puppet government in a month or something like that.

    Knowing what we know about the nature of the madmen running the U.S. “government” and their apparent ultimate goal, would that display of raw Russian military power somehow cause the madmen to have some kind of spiritual epiphany, graciously accept defeat and abandon forever their agenda of complete world domination and control? I don’t think so; they’re not going to join hands and sing Kumbaya; rather, they’re just going to take a different approach if need be, yet this is what Roberts is clearly implying.

    What we have here (IMO) is a situation where Russia is never going to surrender and the madmen are never going to give up, so a showdown seems inevitable at some point, regardless of Russia’s strategy in dealing with the Ukraine problem.

  37. @CelestiaQuesta

    I’m not advocating violence (hehehe), just primal justice like they’ve shown the rest of us.

    Neither am I, nor any other law-abiding citizen – but I think he was onto something in the movie.

    In any case, I’d fight my way to the head of the queue to pull the lever on the gallows (or better, the guillotine), as many times as it takes.

    • Agree: Kratoklastes
  38. @Robert Dolan

    Someone figured it out. At last. I wonder if you know how right you are. They make an inferno overflowing with devils and illness look like paradise.

  39. @Commentator Mike

    Both NATO and Russia want to get at each other but neither wants to be the one to start this direct war.

    You misrepresent the situation; Russia and NATO are not on the same moral plane. Russia doesn’t want to “get at” NATO. Russia wants to defend itself and its legitimate interests while NATO wants to destroy Russia.

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  40. @Robert Dolan

    Hat tip again.

    The Jews are often quite correctly called Satanists. It is probably more accurate to say that either Satan is a Jewist or simply that he is a Jew.

  41. John1955 says:

    “TAFT CONDEMNS HANGING FOR NAZIS AS UNJUST VERDICT”

    https://www.nytimes.com/1946/10/06/archives/taft-condemns-hanging-for-nazis-as-unjust-verdict-action-at.html

    No matter how I searched – I could not find the full text of US Senator Taft (R) speech “Equal Justice under Law” on October 16, 1946. Discussion of it can be found in Chapter 11, “Profiles in Courage” book by JFK.

    VLAD – WIN THIS WAR, CHOP OFF AT LEAST ONE HYDRA’S HEAD ! STAND UP AND SAY THIS WAR IS NOT ABOUT STUPID UKIES OR CLUELESS RUSSIANS !

    Don’t make any deals with the Devil. Because all those deals will be shoved up your a$$ at the very moment you surrender your nukes.

    If you lose – Nuremberg Trial #2 will last ≥100 years, Mother Russia will be split into 30
    Bantustans and flooded with Jewy Bioweapons aka “refugees”, her natural resources will be used to support Khazarian Kaganate #2, when Arabs eventually kick them out of the Middle East.

  42. @Dr. Rock

    You might be right but you might be overlooking their actual power (will they overlook it?). By which I mean that they will simply announce the outcomes they desire on the morning of November 9th.

  43. meamjojo says:

    Russia is weak. Their image of a robust military has been proven to be a mirage. NOW is the best time to continue to work with Ukraine to take advantage of a weaken opponent. Send the 101st in!
    ———
    October 24, 2022
    Most Ukrainians back continued armed resistance to Russia – poll

    KYIV, Oct 24 (Reuters) – An overwhelming majority of Ukrainians believes the country should keep up its armed resistance to Russia’s invasion, according to a survey published on Monday after two weeks of heavy shelling of cities including the capital Kyiv.

    The survey, conducted by the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology (KIIS) on Oct. 21-23, showed 86% of those polled said it was necessary to continue fighting the invaders even if missile and drone attacks on Ukrainian cities persist.
    ….
    https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/most-ukrainians-back-continued-armed-resistance-russia-poll-2022-10-24/

    • LOL: Decoy
  44. meamjojo says:

    Putin’s fanboyz here read this and learn about the sad sack Russian military. So sorry….
    ========
    Abandoned Russian base holds secrets of retreat in Ukraine
    When Russian troops fled the Ukrainian town of Balakliia last month, they left behind thousands of documents that detail the inner workings of the Russian war machine.

    Filed: Oct. 26, 2022, 11 a.m. GMT

    BALAKLIIA, Ukraine – The Russian soldiers had fled weeks before. But they left their traces everywhere.

    Concrete steps led into the basement of their hastily abandoned headquarters in this small riverside town in eastern Ukraine. A bunker smelling of damp lay behind a steel door marked “Command Group.” Papers, some charred, were stuffed into a furnace. Others were scattered across the floor.

    In a floral notebook, an unnamed staff officer left a sketch of a cartoon soldier and mused about going home. The book’s 91 handwritten pages contained other information, too: coordinates of Russian intelligence units, records of calls from commanders, details of battles, men killed and equipment destroyed. And accounts of a breakdown in morale and discipline.
    ….
    https://www.reuters.com/investigates/special-report/ukraine-crisis-russia-base

    • Replies: @Decoy
  45. meamjojo says:
    @MarkU

    And that standard of living is on a very steep decline now and will continue to trend lower as Putin runs out of resources to purse his folly. He’s also lost hundreds of thousands of his smartest citizens who have bailed to other countries, which will make any future recovery more difficult.

    Perhaps Xi will offer to help, maybe in exchange for the Siberian lands?

    Rumor has it that Putin has 200 billion stashed away. He should start pumping that money back into his economy to support it as the West sanctions continue to strangle Russia.

    • Replies: @Decoy
    , @obwandiyag
    , @Bo Bo
  46. actually, Anglin et al.,

    Putin lied when he stated his purpose was to “de-Nazify” the Ukraine.

    But to do so,

    he would have to liquidate Zelensky and his entire Zionist regime.

    which, as a Zionist himself, Putin will not and cannot do. And

    that is why, after 8 months of Kremlin bloviations,

    babyface Tsar’s fake and gay little war continues to go nowhere

    but backwards.

    PS: eagerly awaiting babyface Tsar’s Great Winter Offensive.

  47. H. L. M says:
    @Robert Dolan

    Looks like it.

    They will never run out of money to pay for the slaughter.

  48. Decoy says:
    @meamjojo

    Rumor has it that Putin has 200 BILLION” stashed away “. You need to up your game or stop commenting.

    • Replies: @inspector general
  49. Mulegino1 says:
    @pyrrhus

    Sure they do.

    Most “conservative” legacy Americans- one of the demographics least likely to favor a war with Russia- had a father or grandfather that was in the military during the Second World War. So they at least have some connection to that conflict, albeit nowhere near as deep and passionate as the Russians with respect to the Great Patriotic War.

    The question is if a sufficient number of the aforementioned are dumb enough be duped yet again by an obviously provocative act on the part of the Atlanticists (sending in a light infantry division into a heavy combat zone as the military equivalent of a tethered goat).

    • Replies: @WorkingClass
  50. Decoy says:
    @meamjojo

    No doubt reliable info from the same group that foisted the Ghost of Kiev and the Dead (but later resurrected) Heroes of Snake Island upon the world. You probably still believe that Russia shelled a nuclear power plant under its control; shelled a prisoner of war camp under its control; and blew up $20 billion dollars of undersea pipeline that it was using as leverage against Germany. Good grief! Take your meds.

  51. @Harold Smith

    OK, maybe I didn’t phrase it well. NATO is the aggressor but Russia demanded that NATO move back to its 1991 borders, and as it refused to do that, it implies that Russia will have to push NATO back so “get at it”. NATO’s response to Russia’s demands has been even further enlargement of NATO with Sweden and Finland poised to join and sending even more troops to Russia’s borders. So yeah, direct conflict is inevitable, which could eventually lead to nuclear war, unless NATO complies with Russia’s demands.

  52. @Commentator Mike

    Maybe you’re right, but we all know this ends when Israel and the American empire are destroyed and dismantled. I don’t believe that the Kremlin wants to start this shit by attacking NATO. Many people I know in Russia left to avoid this war. When you add up the score Washington has more reasons to start this shit before Moscow does. Cheers from Moscow!

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  53. tinkerer says:
    @Priss Factor

    “Only then maybe Putin will name the Jewish Power,”

    He has, he called them out..as Satanists!

    • Replies: @Priss Factor
  54. Anonymous[358] • Disclaimer says:

    CIA is going to stuff a lot of ballot boxes for Fetterman because he’s the perfect legislative puppet. Now that CIA perfected vegetative head-of-state puppets in the Biden, they will need puppets in Congress to declare war for no reason, even if it means we all get vaporized in plasma shockwaves.

    Lindsay will do what they say, but if it means pubescent boys won’t suck his balls anymore because Russia nuked the beltway and he looks like this,

    Miss Lindsay might become somewhat insubordinate. To win this general nuclear war you need a brain-damaged vegetable who doesn’t know what’s going on. A guy who’ll listen to his orders, try to figure them out for fifteen minutes, then vote, Got of yinny boov – yagh! And the Parliamentarian puts down, Aye, because he got the anthrax letter.

    • Replies: @bombthe3gorgesdam
  55. @tinkerer

    He called out the ‘nazis’, the NATO, the EU, the ‘Anglos’, but he won’t call Jewish Power by its name.
    ‘Satanists’ isn’t good enough.

  56. Cook says:

    Once the U.S has spent all the money they stole off Russia thats when the war ends.

    The U.S is just a gangster nation, the rest of the world will one-day learn you only do trade with U.S when they pay in precious metals…and you keep the proceeds in your bank, none of these worthless IOU greenbacks.

  57. @Ultrafart the Brave

    Noam Chomsky once said, “if a true and honest fascist leader ever appeared in America, we’d be in real trouble…so far they’ve all just been charlatans and frauds who have exposed themselves and imploded”

    guess he’d seen Richard Spencer types before…and Dickey doesn’t scare them, for good reason.

  58. @Ultrafart the Brave

    We are entering a time of want and lawlessness my brave friend. Where will we find legitimate leadership? What will post imperial America look like when it emerges from the rubble? I don’t know but I’m pretty sure it will not be “united”. The sooner we begin to think and act locally and regionally the better our chances for survival after the crash.

    The Anglo/Zio Empire is a dying beast. There is no need for us to fight against it. Our job is to survive the crash. Turn your back on the District of Corruption. Nothing good can come from there. If you are living in the City consider coming home to Red America while there is still time. The hard times will be hardest in the City. Where Soros goes nothing grows.

    • Replies: @c matt
  59. @Commentator Mike

    Presumably Russia gamed this many times and thinks it has a reasonable chance in a war against NATO, although in terms of population numbers, finances, industry, and military strength that would seem unlikely.

    Agreed. Unless China enters the war against NATO.

    • Agree: Commentator Mike
    • Replies: @Avery
  60. I never thought I would say this, but if America gets in a war with Russia, I hope it gets its ass kicked.

  61. @Mulegino1

    (sending in a light infantry division into a heavy combat zone as the military equivalent of a tethered goat).

    Thanks. The hundred and first deserves better. They should deploy Nancy and Liz to the border.

  62. @brostoevsky

    Thanks. But maybe you can explain why Russia issued that “ultimatum” to USA and NATO unless it plans to see it through to the end. Surely it wasn’t joking. Events have overtaken that by now old news with great rapidity and I have forgotten the details so let’s revise them, as they were presented in the form of a proposed “agreement” rather than an “ultimatum”.

    Article 1: the parties should not strengthen their security at the expense of Russia’s security;

    Article 2: the parties will use multilateral consultations and the NATO-Russia Council to address points of conflict;

    Article 3: the parties reaffirm that they do not consider each other as adversaries and maintain a dialogue;

    Article 4: the parties shall not deploy military forces and weaponry on the territory of any of the other states in Europe in addition to any forces that were deployed as of May 27, 1997;

    Article 5: the parties shall not deploy land-based intermediate- and short-range missiles adjacent to the other parties;

    Article 6: all member States of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization commit themselves to refrain from any further enlargement of NATO, including the accession of Ukraine as well as other States;

    Article 7: the parties that are member States of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization shall not conduct any military activity on the territory of Ukraine as well as other States in the Eastern Europe, in the South Caucasus and in Central Asia; and

    Article 8: the agreement shall not be interpreted as affecting the primary responsibility of the Security Council of the United Nations for maintaining international peace and security.

    https://www.intellinews.com/russia-issues-a-eight-point-list-of-demands-229829/

    • Replies: @brostoevsky
  63. Andreas says:
    @Quartermaster

    I think you need re-education, QM.

    What many analysts have yet to grasp – and which the Russians, in their usual modest style, have yet to state openly – is that Russia has succeeded in drawing the Ukraine into the very type of protracted bleed the Neo-cons were hoping to draw Russia.

    The Ukrainian military is suffering horrendous casualties. Hospitals are overflowing with the grievously wounded. Families of the dead and wounded are intimidated into silence. Press-gangs are being used to force people into conscription. The mood on the streets couldn’t be any more cynical.

    Sadly, it’s also entirely consistent with the type of dire circumstances that would breed a dirty-bomb option.

    What more do you need? These people are losers. Look whose running the show.

    Let’s face it. The least desirable circumstance that anyone could be in is to be in the Ukrainian military. I’d like to see you puff it up. It is said that their drug-of-choice before being sent to their deaths or crippling injury is a methamphetamine-methadone cocktail, a marvelous speed-ball. I can’t pronounce what they call it. But it’s how they cope. Suicide missions are tough.

    The Russian military is not even breathing hard.

    The Russian tactic during this stage of demilitarizing the Ukraine has been to use their so-called maneuver groups to draw Ukrainian forces into slaughter boxes where they are decimated by ATGM’s, artillery and drones. Drones are being effectively used to harass them day and night no matter where they are, with some being operated by highly motivated Iranians who are gaining invaluable operational experience. I’ll leave the implications for you to ponder.

    And then there are so many other dimensions to this conflict other than military that portend doom for the Neo-con regime in Kiev.

    The only real question is how much longer the regime can last.

    • Replies: @Folkvangr
  64. Stars and stripes, skull and crossbones, what’s the difference?

  65. @Anonymous

    what’s going on in this photo?

  66. Avery says:
    @WorkingClass

    {Agreed. Unless China enters the war against NATO.}

    China will not enter the war against NATO — meaning in Europe: China will not join Russia against NATO there.

    It is not in China’s character: they will fight to the death in their neighborhood (e.g. Korean war), but have no history of fighting wars 1,000s of miles from their homeland.

    Unless of course US succeeds in creating a “NATO-East”, which they are trying to do.
    Then China will have a chance to show what it can do against “NATO”.

    OR, GloboWest gets inpatient and stirs up something in Taiwan: then China will move.
    In the meantime, China will back Russia anyway it can, short of military intervention.
    Political, economic, technological,…..

    Russia does not need military help: she can fight on her own.
    But she needs the moral and economic support of the world outside GloboWest.
    Which she is getting now.

    • Replies: @brostoevsky
  67. Anonymous[338] • Disclaimer says:

    Bombthe…, anent 65 that’s a fella felicitously named Ouchi, the longest-lived victim of massive radiation poisoning. His Mengeles kept him alive to experiment on treatments while he begged for death. Best use metager or yandex to look him up.

  68. Rurik says:
    @Commentator Mike

    Ukraine is just a sideshow, the real conflict is between Russia and NATO.

    well, if you want to go one more towards reductus, I’d say this ia a conflict ultimately between these two men

    and the dynamic was perfectly illustrated by these scene

    • Replies: @Ultrafart the Brave
  69. Bo Bo says:
    @Mulegino1

    “I hope that the 101st Airborne is not playing the same role as those obsolete battlewagons on Battleship Row in December, 1941.”

    Maybe an attack on the 101st will be a “false flag” event used to provide a pretext to get the upcoming war with Russia started?

    • Replies: @Mulegino1
  70. Bo Bo says:
    @meamjojo

    “Rumor has it that Putin has 200 billion stashed away.”

    Don’t be surprised if Putin, Zelensky, and Biden, with all their money, buy mansions in a gated community in Switzerland where they will be neighbors.

    Putin has “200 billion stashed away, ” Zelensky probably has millions if not more provided by American taxpayers, and Biden probably has millions provided by Hunter Biden by the Ukrainian intelligence service funneled through Burisma, the Ukrainian company where Hunter was on the board of directors courtesy of the Ukrainian intelligence service so as to have access to his dad, the US vice president- at the time.

  71. Folkvangr says:
    @Andreas

    Drones are being effectively used to harass them day and night no matter where they are, with some being operated by highly motivated Iranians who are gaining invaluable operational experience.

    And what did your country Iran receive from Russia in exchange for drones? Technologies to develop a nuclear bomb? Uranium? Then Russia is in violation of every conceivable nuclear nonproliferation convention and must be held accountable.

  72. Wokechoke says:
    @Folkvangr

    There’s a good chance, that Russians were sent to Iran to develop conventional aerospace tech. Machine shops etc. There’s a lot of underlying conventional gear that Iran can’t buy. I doubt that Russians have given Iran nuclear bombs. Much more likely that the Russians gave Iran stuff like this so they didn’t develop a bomb. That could explain Israeli reluctance to attack Russland.

  73. @Folkvangr

    And what did your country Iran receive from Russia in exchange for drones? Technologies to develop a nuclear bomb? Uranium? Then Russia is in violation of every conceivable nuclear nonproliferation convention and must be held accountable.

    And what did your country Wankersville receive from Middle Earth in exchange for the freedom to post blatantly groundless BS on public forums? Gold? Silver? A bucket of road kill? Technologies to stimulate yourself? Then Middle Earth is in violation of every conceivable measure of decency and must be banned from the Universe forever!

    And so should you.

  74. Mulegino1 says:
    @Bo Bo

    If history is any indicator, this is entirely possible.

    • Agree: Bo Bo
  75. Alrenous says: • Website
    @Poupon Marx

    I’m already aware that Ingroup isn’t supposed to believe this, thanks. I can repeat the catechism myself, I don’t need you to repeat it for me.

    I’m not afraid of master whipping me for heresy because I don’t have a master.

  76. @Quartermaster

    Putin didn’t start anything. Entering Ukraine wasn’t a start but a continuation of an ongoing struggle against NATO.

    And he only entered Ukraine because sitting on a fence, and allowing NATO to gain a foothold there, is what would have been actually stupid. Even if this was a bad choice, the alternative was far worse. Not only for Russia but for all of us. What do you think having NATO’s nukes on Russian borders would’ve ended with?

    Whether he can win this war against NATO or not is an open-ended matter for now. Since it probably will never come down to a nuclear exchange, it all hinges on how much capacity for a protracted conflict does Russia really have. By all counts Russia is only warming up, while NATO is already spent. Europe is done. Europe has neither the resources nor the capacity to wage any kind war. If the Yanks decide to join the theatre officially, they’ll be alone. Just like Von Paulus’s army at Stalingrad. And from what I hear, the US is also already done anyway, so forget about it.

    • Agree: nokangaroos
    • Replies: @acementhead
  77. Do Americans realize the US government pays Americans lots of money to train Ukrainians soldiers in Ukraine, and man equipment like the HIMARS launchers? Yes these are veterans, but also mercenaries.

  78. @Rurik

    and the dynamic was perfectly illustrated by these scene

    … except that the Spartans were outgunned by the Persians in that particular encounter, and in the current fracas the Persians have Russia’s back (or are you trying to say that President Putin has really big hands?).

    IMO here’s a better picture of the real dynamic (once President Putin finally gets really pissed off)…

    • Replies: @Rurik
  79. Cook says:

    The U.S will-not get directly involved unless it wants to hand hegemony to China.

    If the U.S got directly involved then shipping to Europe is a target, now what shipping line wants their ships sunk?

    So trade between Europe and U.S will stop…except for aircraft cargo.

    All that shipping will have to find work elsewhere.

    Also direct conflict with Russia will mean a conventional war because all those eye’s in the sky and high-tech toys will be next to useless when you knock out their support networks.

    No the U.S is relegated to dirty tricks on the side-lines.

    • Agree: Boba Lazarević
  80. @Decoy

    Because of a rumor? You’ll have to do better than that…

  81. @brostoevsky

    Ramzan declared Jihad on the enemies of Russia

    It seems pretty clear that Kadyrov is going to have to ‘walk back’ that statement.

    From what I’ve read, he was more agitated than usual when he wrote the Telegram post in question, because one of his relatives was among the casualties during the recent VSU counter-offensive operation that killed a bunch of ‘his’ folks.

    It seems that when an otherwise-based Muzzie gets agitated or excited, they babble about Allah and rivers of blood of the infidels and that sort of primitive bullshit.

    He’s got to be careful though. He’s a bit like a rugby coach trying to motivate his forwards: if you get them too excited the front-rowers will do stupid shit and the team winds up getting penalised. Front rowers are the only people on a rugby field as stupid as soldiers.

    The entire western media is salivating at the prospect of just one video clip of bearded ‘Allahu Akhbar’ numbskulls killing surrendered VSUniks. Kadyrov’s smart enough to know that. He’s got a nice thing going – for the moment.

  82. @Emslander

    Belgorod is more likely to be off the Pacific coast of the US. It’s a straight shot (and with nice deep water) from “last known”.

    The US is actually much deeper into the “Fuck around and find out” phase than most people realise.

    Putin’s speech last night had about 25% Medvedev-esque content, which is a slight concern given that Medvedev’s been playing ‘Bad Cop’ lately.

  83. Rurik says:
    @Ultrafart the Brave

    … except that the Spartans were outgunned by the Persians

    well in my little analogy, I wasn’t referring to the Persians per se, but the current imperial power that can countenance no dissent to its unilateral power over all, without exception.

    And Putin is mocking him, saying ‘fuck off zhid’, and it’s driving the Baron insane with rage.

    Just like Xerxes

    Or Agamemnon, ‘king of kings’, and driven to despair because he’s mocked by Achilles, who he does not control.

    It’s kind of funny in a way. It’s like when you become president of the free world, and suddenly you have to eat more shit than you ever had to in your life. And if you’re the modern king of kings; ‘The Baron’, you never have one contented moment in your life, just being, and listening to birdsong, and feeling the sun on your face, and enjoying the simple pleasure of just breathing clean air.

    Instead every second of your waking life, is obsessed with suspecting some tiny hint of dissent to your absolute rule. You never enjoy life, you’re a slave to your power- and keeping it.

    The Damocles sword dangles above your beanie, with not a second of respite.

  84. @Commentator Mike

    These points all sound right. There’s plenty of support on the ground for the SMO. If US troops commit that’ll be higher. There’d likely be a few defeatists, I’ve had the displeasure of meeting such cowards, but they all tucked tail and ran long ago. Russia will see this through to the end. Putin barely mobilized a small part of the eligible people to fight. He wants to keep his economy running and not sacrifice his best people. Somebody has to continue the Russian project when the war is over

  85. @Avery

    If America joins the fray in Ukraine, China may make their move on Taiwan. America would be in chaos and in a two-front war against Eurasia. The Chinese would decimate the US Pacific fleet. I wouldn’t rule China out in a global conflict, but they definitely won’t send troops to Europe to fight. They could do plenty to harass the American jackals in their own backyard. As with anything only time will tell.

    • Agree: Avery
  86. @MarkU

    Having lived in Russia for roughly 8 years I can tell you Putin is much more moderate than the Western MSM portrays him. I’ve listened to many of his speeches in the original Russian and they all seemed level headed. Russian chess players are known to be painfully methodical and don’t give into rage making stupid moves. He seems to play the geopolitical game the same way. If Putin makes one wrong and rash move he could undo the whole operation. The people who are calling for blood in the streets will soon see it. Fun it will not be.

  87. Wj says:
    @Quartermaster

    Putin was more justified in invading Ukraine than the US was in invading Iraq

  88. @Rurik

    And Putin is mocking him, saying ‘fuck off zhid’, and it’s driving the Baron insane with rage.

    I am not an educated man. I am a truck driver and a factory worker. A Union man. I know nothing of Xerxes or Agamemnon. But I understand perfectly what you are saying and I thank you for saying it.

    • Thanks: Rurik
  89. @Boba Lazarević

    “If the Yanks decide to join the theatre officially, they’ll be alone.”

    I’m pretty sure that you are wrong, but we’ll see, because I’m also fairly sure that the US will join in physically(I don’t know what “officially” means(the US carries out wars without complying with law, either domestic or international)). I believe that all the Anglophone world will join in. New Zealand is ruled by an insane youngish woman. New Zealand broadcasts Ukrainian propaganda every day on its government owned TV station. New Zealand is at present whinging that the body of a New Zealand mercenary, who was killed in Ukraine, has not been returned by the Russians.

    Canada is ruled by Banderites. UK(specifically The Great White Whale) kept the war going, twice, when there was a chance for it to stop. Australia is at present ruled by left-wing loons, who recently replaced even loonier(Christian fundie Morrison) right-wing loons. Both parties providing military aid to Ukraine without consulting the people(parliament). Australia does have one good thing – The Aussie Cossack.

  90. @Rurik

    well in my little analogy, I wasn’t referring to the Persians per se, but the current imperial power that can countenance no dissent to its unilateral power over all, without exception.

    And Putin is mocking him, saying ‘fuck off zhid’, and it’s driving the Baron insane with rage.

    Fair enough, I’ll grant you that angle.

    For full fidelity to present circumstances, though, I would suggest replacing King Leonidas with Bruce Banner (or Kaeloo)…

    • Agree: Rurik
  91. Anonymous[171] • Disclaimer says:

    Mark Crispin Miller, who got himself unpersoned for saying blindingly obvious stuff, digs himself in deeper saying the most blindingly, deafeningly obvious thing of all:

    CIA steals elections. Not Dems, not Republicans. CIA picks the winner and the pols knuckle under or get RFKed.

    https://markcrispinmiller.substack.com/p/what-do-bob-saget-taylor-hawkins

    CIA has been running the Dem party into the ground, fucking Americans over, ever since they ran the GOP into the ground fucking Americans over. In 2016 they switched horses and appointed 3rd-generation CIA spook brat Obama as presidential puppet ruler, then stole 2020 to purge the unauthorized candidate Trump.

    Now, to finish blowing up the world with nukes, CIA needs to keep their reliable vegetables, blackmailed pervs, and crooked Zionazis. So CIA really needs to steal the election for Dems this November, no matter how obvious it is.

  92. c matt says:
    @WorkingClass

    The Dist. of Corr. won’t end, and regional power will not rise until employers stop withholding payroll taxes. At that point, the Dist. of Corr. won’t have resources nor the ability to collect them. Right now, employers do the hard part for them – collections.

  93. @Folkvangr

    My guess would be S-400 and SS-N-25 …
    maybe something to drop in the Izzies´souppots as a bonus, but the Iranians
    have their own – this will be about facing the Great Satan in their own bathtub
    (there´s a reason the Gulf is called “Persian”).
    Clearly you do not understand the Russian-Israeli under-the-table dealings –
    the (((Ukies))) do not get Iron Dome and Harop in exchange for oil and diamonds
    and a (comparatively) free hand in Syria; the understanding is shaky and unwritten
    but mutual. Only a braindead American (but I repeat myself) would believe
    a nuke deal.

    • Replies: @Folkvangr
  94. Folkvangr says:
    @nokangaroos

    Israeli get nuclear reactors from Russia. That should tell you something about their “special relations” with the Russkis.

  95. @acementhead

    Physically, the US already is in Ukraine, along with the rest of NATO, via privateers and “volunteers”. “Officially” (or “formally”, as perhaps it would be better put) would mean if they sent in actual active troops, accompanied by the public admission that they did so.

    I agree that the anglophone countries are the only countries that are both insanely zealous and able to do something about the situation in Ukraine.

    But the UK is in a terrible shape right now economically, so I’m not sure they’d be able to sustain deploying a significant number of troops abroad long enough to make a difference.

    Canada, Australia and New Zealand all have to worry about China as well. I think that’s their priority over anything in Europe. That doesn’t mean they couldn’t contribute even more resources than they’re doing now, to help the US in Ukraine, but I doubt it would be in manpower.

    But, as you said, they’re all insane, so one cannot exclude any possibility, really.

  96. @acementhead

    I doubt that New Zealand has pro-Banderite propaganda as overwhelming and universal as in Austfailia. The very nadir is the multi-culti SBS, set up when our immigrant communities were dominated by fascistic trash who fled here after WW2, including many Banderites.

  97. @Folkvangr

    Dear me-the Russians must be quaking as our little Fuhrer issues his demands.

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