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You know, when I saw the media starting to say that victory in the Ukraine is impossible, with the New York Times Editorial Board coming out and saying it, and then Joe Biden’s initial refusal to send the HIMARS, I thought that we were really going to see a backtrack, where the US admitted the Donbass was lost, but claimed victory because Kiev is still in State Department control.

But no.

Guess not.

RT:

Kiev has given Washington assurances that US-supplied rocket launchers won’t be used to attack targets inside Russian territory, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Wednesday. He was the latest US official to raise the issue, as Moscow voiced concerns over the escalation of hostilities in Ukraine.

Speaking to reporters after a meeting with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, Blinken was asked about the HIMARS multiple launch rocket systems, the latest high-tech weapon the US has committed to sending Ukraine.

“The Ukrainians have given us assurances that they will not use these systems against targets on Russian territory,” Blinken said, adding, “There is a strong trust bond between Ukraine and the US, as well as with our allies and partners.”

He also dismissed Moscow’s warnings and concerns that Washington’s weapons deliveries to Kiev risked further escalating the conflict.

“The best way to avoid escalation is for Russia to stop the aggression and the war it started,” Blinken said, arguing that it could be “over tomorrow” if Moscow so chose, but is likely to go on for “many months” instead.

Okay, well, they’re not going to do that.

So now what?

“The only way to end this war is if the enemy offers an unconditional surrender” is an insane statement by any metric. In this case, it’s much worse than insane. The Ukraine military is destroyed, Russia is already occupying virtually all of the territory it claims, and there is just nowhere to go with this.

The Ukraine is suffering nonstop losses. Missiles are not going to make any difference to anything. The only thing that would make any difference to anything is a Western invasion of the country. From what I’ve read, as of right now they’re only planning on sending a few HIMARS systems anyway, which are going to get taken out quickly like all of the Ukraine’s other gifted equipment has been. So this is some kind of game that I don’t really understand.

US President Joe Biden officially announced the dispatch of HIMARS systems to Ukraine, along with other military equipment valued at \$700 million, on Wednesday afternoon. According to Deputy Defense Secretary Colin Kahl, the launchers were “pre-positioned” in Europe pending the announcement, and the first batch of four will be handed over this week – though it may take three weeks to train Ukrainian troops in their use.

HIMARS fires barrage rockets with an effective range of around 30 km, but can also deploy tactical ballistic missiles with a range of up to 300 km. Russia has raised concerns with the US over the latter possibility.

Biden himself, his UN envoy Linda Thomas-Greenfield, and now Blinken have all insisted that Kiev will not be provided with the long-range missiles. Blinken is the first to mention the Ukrainian promises, however.

The Ukraine has already attacked inside Russia. They probably will again. But none of this even matters. The Ukraine does not have anything close to a path to taking back the Donbass, and the US State Department and Ukraine government are claiming they are also going to launch an invasion of Crimea.

The idea that these missile systems are some kind of game changer – it’s just utterly baffling. There is no amount of equipment that could be a game changer, because the Ukraine lacks the military personnel.

This is all just like a psychedelic nightmare scene. What are they even talking about? It doesn’t make sense.

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  1. Wielgus says:

    Colonel Cassad’s Russian website has a new Cyrillic alphabet (Yandex translation edited, Cyrillic letters transliterated)

    [MORE]

    A – Arestovich stated
    B – Bayraktars
    V – Export grain to Europe
    G – Holodomor of the XXI century
    D – DeRussification
    E – EU will consider the application
    Zh – Creepy images
    Z – Zelensky wants to meet with Putin
    I – Raped with a spoon
    Y – Iodine tablets from Denmark
    K – Fortress of Severodonetsk
    L – Lend-lease from the USA
    M – Mariupol is holding on
    N – NATO will help
    O – Withdrew to more advantageous positions
    P – Putin
    R – Ruble for 200
    S – Old video
    T – Territorial defence
    U – Ukraine is a sea power
    F – Fascism does not exist in Ukraine
    X – Chemical weapons
    Ts – This is Europe
    Ch – Chechens
    Sh – Scholz’s offended sausage
    Shch – Shield of Europe
    Eh – Extraction from Azovstal
    Yu – YouTube blocked Solovyov
    Ya – Yanukovych wrote a letter

    • Replies: @Richard B
  2. Andreas says:

    Ukraine is being crushed.

    The Russians destroyed all of Ukraine’s military offensive capability within a few days after the initial invasion. The operational capability of the Ukrainian air force was destroyed within hours.

    Since then Ukraine’s military has been in an entirely defensive posture. It has been pinned down and out maneuvered. And what is left is being systematically annihilated by artillery and discrete air strikes and then rolled up with tanks and infantry.

    Russia is not fighting an America-style war with no conclusive ending. Russia is fighting this war to win and that means bludgeoning Ukraine into bloody submission and occupying the contested ground. Once the type of fighting that is going on has concluded there is never any question over which party has won. It’s not fought from 30,000 ft and behind a computer screen. It’s up close and personal. And that is the whole point.

    Does that make sense, you American faggots?

  3. Wielgus says:

    Colonel Cassad Russian website, Yandex translation edited with my notes

    Poland stops paying benefits to Ukrainian refugees from July 1

    June 2, (2022) 11:43 a.m.

    [MORE]

    Poland stops paying benefits to Ukrainian refugees from July 1. Now they have to go to work and earn their own living.
    Lafa (meaning unclear) is expected to end, the harsh everyday life of the already traditional work of the Ukrainian serfs for the pan is gradually coming. (My note: pan is “Mister” in both Polish and Ukrainian but is also a term for a Polish landlord.)

    The story of the gradual abolition of benefits (and not only in Poland) is certainly not new, at one time, the first flows of refugees from Syria were also met with various benefits and allowances, as it was expected that Assad would soon be defeated and they would return home to a “free and democratic Syria without dictator Assad, who must leave”. But months and years passed, and Assad did not leave and did not leave. And the refugees did not leave and did not leave.

    And a few months after the start of the war in Syria, the countries that accepted Syrian refugees began to think about how they would not be allowed to come to them anymore (including by paying billions of euros to Erdogan so that he would not let them into Europe) or send them back to Syria or Turkey. The “Fairy tale about free cookies” then ended in 2012. The same thing is happening with Ukraine as part of its Syriasation. Refugees are a short-lived toy that gets bored very quickly and not issues of assistance come to the fore, but issues such as “limiting the migration flow”, “exploitation of cheap labour”, “minimising costs for displaced persons”.

    For example, do you hear a lot now about refugees from Afghanistan, who in August 2021 fled the country after the American troops left against the background of the rolling tide of the Taliban? There, the “fairy tale of Western aid” ended even faster.

  4. anon[413] • Disclaimer says:

    There is nothin sadder than a dumb Jew. Next he’ll get his Izzie handlers to scoop up all the rocks that youngsters in Gaza throw at tanks, and send special forces to instruct Ukies how to bounce em off the turrets, bink! bink!

  5. Funny how all “anti-semitic conspiracy theories” inevitably turn out being 100% correct.

  6. This one is real simple. We have an excuse to send expensive military hardware somewhere where it will get used up or destroyed. It’s not getting returned.

    So that means we (the American Government) need to spend more and more to buy more and more expensive military equipment to replace the stocks we’ve given away.

    I wonder if anyone makes money from all this?

  7. Emslander says:

    It only makes sense when you accept the full consequences that follow from a phony world flu shutdown, a stolen election, a civilization on its last legs, governmentally enforced preferences for militant minorities and ugly women (including transgenders), counterproductive use of banking mechanisms and a blithering idiot as main spokesmodel.

    They’ve just got to keep everybody guessing as to the next cockamamie crisis, pretending to have public support through faggot journalism, thereby hoping to knock the psychically sure-footed off balance.

    They’re being felted.

    • Replies: @Sir Launcelot Canning
  8. This sad clown show will continue through the summer so that the Dems don’t have to go into the mid-terms as the party of losers. It won’t help them.

    Soon, Russia will unleash Phase 3 to consolidate it’s win. Once they’ve liberated all the ethnically-Russian territory, they will defend it with a nuclear red line.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
    , @JR Foley
  9. Anonymous[118] • Disclaimer says:

    Col. Douglas Macgregor was on Tucker last night.

    Key points:

    •The missile and weapon system being provided will be of no significance. It’s like throwing a life preserver to someone on a beach when a 100-foot tsunami waves are ready to crash on them.

    •The Administration doesn’t understand that this war was lost a long time ago.

    •In this conflict in the final analysis Russia will come out of it looking pretty good while Ukraine is destroyed and is a failed state.

    • Thanks: Mark G.
    • Replies: @follyofwar
  10. So this is some kind of game that I don’t really understand.

    Well, if I were conspiracy minded, given that the West knows that its weapons won’t change the outcome of the war, I’d say that for some reason, it wants Ukraine depopulated.

    • Agree: Adam Smith
  11. anon[618] • Disclaimer says:

    Blinken making fathead speeches about stupid shit is just cover for the real program. CIA is staffing Phoenix/Condor torture-terror centers in Ukraine. Same as when Snepp exposed it in Vietnam, it enlists brain-damaged psychos, pedos, and PTSD zoomers to torture Ukies who want the war to end.

    https://niqnaq.wordpress.com/2022/06/02/grayzone-15/

    https://ukr-leaks.com/en/Investigation/iz-ameriki-s-lyubovy-ssha-rassleduet-prichastnost-naemnikov-k-prestupleniyam-na-donbasse

    This new torture gulag is Cohen’s #1 priority program.

  12. Maybe the game is to keep lying big enough such that the Russians wake up one day and decide resistance is futile and retreat from DonBas and Crimea is the only wise move.

  13. Jim H says:

    “The only way to end this war is if the enemy offers an unconditional surrender” is an insane statement by any metric.” — Andrew Anglin

    With the artillery and infantry war at a near stalemate, the intelligent bet would be that when one side finally gets sufficiently ground down to call a halt, a negotiated settlement will locate de facto new borders at the current lines of military conflict.

    Any other result requires a deus ex machina to change everything, such as a massive NATO incursion into Ukraine, or fulminating mushroom clouds from Russian nukes.

    Outside such long-shot possibilities, the eventual new border arising from a future peace settlement is already obvious to everyone except pinhead Blinkey.

    • Replies: @Anymike
  14. @Anonymous

    It’s almost not worth watching when Tucker brings on Col. McGregor (or Tulsi Gabbard) for a one-minute segment in the middle of his show. After McGregor, Tucker had a second segment with Brett Farve (he also had part of Farve’s Fox Nation interview on the night before), who seems to have suffered one too many concussions. Farve received a full 4 minutes and 4 minutes the previous night. That gives Farve eight times as much as time as McGregor. I guess American have their priorities in order. Football MUST survive! It is more important than nuclear war.

    • Replies: @follyofwar
    , @RadicalCenter
  15. Ross23 says:

    The US objective is to make Russia commit deeper into Ukraine beyond the Donbas where the population is less pro Russian.

    Ukraine will not surrender because it’s been controlled by Washington it’s not acting in its interests but in the interests of the US which is to create a quagmire for Russia ideally leading to its downfall.

    The tactic will be to keep moving the front line back west from Donbas while still firing at Russian positions.

    A tactical retreat but not surrender

    The Russians will have no option but to keep moving forward. Now the US have supplied long range missiles and artillery so this is how it is.

    The Russians will have to advance west through unfriendly cities taking high casualties fighting street to street with many angry demonstrations in these cities including the capital and western part of Ukraine.

    All in front of the worlds cameras and CNN

    Expect some tianeman sq style pictures of Russian aggression along with this heavy fighting

    If Russia does all this and it’s by no means certain they have the capability ( since it’s taken over 3 months and they don’t have Donbas yet)

    They’ll face a full on insurgency war while under sanctions.

    The US have this all worked out but it’s quite transparent.

    What will Russia do to stop this I don’t know

    One idea comes to mind:

    Take the whole south coast and blackmail Ukraine to surrender or they won’t get some back

    They rely on coastal access for their exports.

    • Thanks: beavertales
    • Replies: @TG
    , @Badger Down
    , @Vaca
  16. @Andreas

    Until your last sentence, I was going to give you and “Agree”. You’re obviously convinced that the US population controls the US gov’t; it doesn’t, and hasn’t since 1913 at least.

    Consider thinking a bit more before hitting the keyboard.

    • Replies: @Poupon Marx
  17. @American Citizen

    You should also consider that lots of that US equipment will fall into the hands of the Russians and Chinese so they can reverse engineer them to discover what’s novel and interesting and to also determine how to counteract them.

    The US loses twice. Once by wasting resources on a failed state and second by giving away any technological advantage those weapons systems represented.

    • Replies: @Realist
  18. @follyofwar

    My comment was written too soon. I was incorrect. McGregor was on for 2:45 and made many important points. I tried to delete it but know of no way to do so after 5 minutes have elapsed. My points about Farve and football still stand.

  19. @beavertales

    Russia should extend that nuclear red line into Iran and Syria by putting their nuclear missiles on Iranian and Syrian soil completely controlled by Russian military. That makes those nations nuclear powers by proxy and sends a clear message to that shithole Israel that there’s a new sheriff in town.

    • Agree: Ann Nonny Mouse
  20. @American Citizen

    Isn’t it great that we are conserving so many mineral resources in the earth so that they might be there for future generations? I mean – the Earth will never run out of these minerals, right?

  21. @Emslander

    governmentally enforced preferences for militant minorities and ugly women (including transgenders)

    I guess you all have seen the tranny Barbie that came out (no pun intended) recently:
    https://shop.mattel.com/products/barbie-tribute-collection-laverne-cox-doll-hcb99

  22. @follyofwar

    I’m sure that I’d feel the same way if I watched FoxNews. But the bigger question — serious and not sarcastic — is when are we all finally going to stop subsidizing the enemy? That means establishment TV studios and the FoxNews / CNN / MSNBC channels and their underlying corporate/plutocrat owners.

    Watch Tucker on rumble or wherever you can find his clips the day after the show. Please join us in ditching TV and where possible, YouTube.

  23. Truth says:

    Anglinstein, Zelenzky is going to quit any day now!

    The gay, satanic terrorists have just about had it!

    https://worldstarhiphop.com/videos/wshh9yX9c81L81t6n0v3/ukrainian-drone-dropping-munitions-on-russian-soldiers

  24. @RoatanBill

    I believe you are correct, but conditionally. The US population back before the turn of the century was in a position to affect changes to the Feral Grubmint. Lincoln should not have been elected. He destroyed the Constitution and forever dashed hopes that individual states could leave the Union on Constitutional grounds. The usurpation of power toward centralization and the dominance of the financial and industrial elites of the Northeast went ballistic after that. IOW, “Is it good for the Jews? Nothing else matters.”

    Besides elections, Whites should never have imported Africans for slavery-or any reason. The bitter fruit of that is now obvious. It was not necessary, but served to accelerate and gain more individual wealth, opulence and lavishness. Second big mistake was the huge Jewish Yiddish immigrations from East Europe and Russia from the Pale of Settlement. Every Yiddish kike was a communist. As David Cole has admitted, it was in the DNA with a fervent and ferment like Christian bible thumpers. But add 25 IQ points.

    People get the political scata they deserve. One man-one vote destroys all societies eventually. I have pounded the table for YEARS on this at the Occidental Quarterly, Amren, and here. Recently, another commenter and I discussed weighted voting.

  25. It is nonobvious to me that Ukraine is yet losing the war. Quite plausible, but nonobvious.

    [MORE]

    One dislikes seeing white men slaughter one another but I am an American, so the Ukraine war is not my fight. Meanwhile, I still believe in the practical, old Cold War doctrine that great powers ought tacitly to recognize one another’s approximate spheres of influence, and I believe to this extent that America’s arming Ukraine is a blunder.

    Yet I would be loth to advise the men of Ukraine to cease fighting for territory their country has administered during recent decades, territory they believe to be theirs by right. To fight, to kill and to die in such a cause is every man’s primitive prerogative.

    The U.S. has treated you with grave injustice, but your ardent wish for catastrophe to fall upon her would mean only ruin for me and mine. Is this really what you want?

    I would restore your unimpeded access to the Internet, permanently quash all past political charges against you, and sack your past persecutors if I could, but I cannot. I will not however condone your grand hex and curse upon my country. I live here, my ancestors died here, and my descendants shall have to make the best of that which I can contrive to leave to them here. Though I have admired Vladimir Putin almost as long as you have, your pro-Russia cheerleading goes over poorly with me for the aforementioned reason.

  26. Unit472 says:

    Gotta stop listening to “Joe Biden”. He’s not running this show. NATO is.

    Russia is not doing well. It is in the 4th month of its ”offensive” against a 2nd rate middling power that is still fighting back. To use WW2 as an analogy, Russia is Germany who failed to deliver a knockout blow in 1941, regrouped to relaunch its offensive in 1942 and, again failed to deliver the knock out and is now in 1943 launching operation Zitadel with less combat power than it had in 41 or 42. Russia is going nowhere and losing the ability to launch offensives.

    OTOH Ukraine is having its armed forces re-equipped with weapons Russia cannot match and has shed its dependent civilian population to Europe. It has millions of military age men who do not have to worry about feeding their wives and children. It is fully mobilized to fight now.

    Russia could win this easily if it had the airpower but it doesn’t. It has only been able to generate 1000 sorties per month even though it is not facing much Ukrainian opposition. The Russian Air Force is crap and generating even 1000 sorties per month will be a highwater mark as its aircraft wear out. Its industrial base was shoddy to begin with and will deteriorate even more.

    • Agree: peterAUS
    • Disagree: Badger Down
    • LOL: RoatanBill
    • Replies: @V. K. Ovelund
    , @Dumbo
  27. @Poupon Marx

    Governments throughout the world declare that they are servants of the people. The facts on the ground are quite different. The political class is always propounding new rules (laws) that benefit them and their partners at the expense of the remainder of society. This will never change and is why I’m an anarchist. Give people power, especially the sociopaths that gravitate toward gov’t, and they will invariably use it to better their position.

    I don’t believe in gov’t or voting as currently practiced since it is always a scam, if not initially, then eventually. I want gov’t to be completely subservient to the individual as a service they provide and then send me a bill for service as opposed to a blank check that we are all forced to submit under the rubric known as taxes where they set the amount. Gov’t should be a brain trust that looks around for potential problems or possible opportunities that the people should be made aware of and have absolutely no ability to project force. The people should be armed to the teeth to be their own police force.

    Gov’t buildings are extravagant edifices that proclaim that they don’t give a shit about the population as a symbol of just how smug they are. All the militaries of the world are just the private murderers the political class use for their squabbles that normally have little to nothing to do with their respective populations. Gov’t invents the things that cause the friction and then demand the population pay for their mistakes many times with their lives. This is moronic.

    • Agree: Adam Smith, Bro43rd
    • Replies: @Notsofast
  28. Agree. Very general much like a title or topic sentence of a paragraph. Details do matter, as does structure. I don’t know about you but my professional experience was built on competency, ranking, and order. Responsibility goes to the leaders, for which all associations, groupings, aggregates of people are necessary.

    The 1960s were such an anarchic time, as befits your descriptive outline, and it was a lot of fun. But eventually to get things done, there has to be hard decisions made. As a Buddhist, I am for personal and individual freedom to the maximum. But that comes from the inside. I will for brevity merely refer to C G Jung, where Inner Conscious gives rise to a Collective Consciousness and the Outer World does then conform and reform.

    Weighted voting. Think about it.

    • Replies: @Bro43rd
  29. You know, when I saw the media starting to say that victory in the Ukraine is impossible, with the New York Times Editorial Board coming out and saying it, and then Joe Biden’s initial refusal to send the HIMARS, I thought that we were really going to see a backtrack, where the US admitted the Donbass was lost, but claimed victory because Kiev is still in State Department control.

    Not quite. This is what I call a “Cronkite Moment.” Us Boomers remember when Uncle Walter, the most trusted man (not just journalist) in America, went to Viet Nam and came back telling us we were losing. At that point, the “antiwar” movement began to gain some traction.

    What happens is that the Elite develops a split, and the dissident side begins to try to shift public opinion, usually via “leaks.” As ex-CIA Larry Johnson said last week, when the Elite is in agreement, there are NO leaks.

    CBS, the NYT, Wash Post, Daniel Ellsberg, etc. weren’t “dissident” folks like Abby Hoffman or Noam Chomsky, but a part of the Elite that decided the war wasn’t worth the cost and wanted to pull out.

    Hence, all the conflicting stories coming out of Washington. Even Biden contradicts himself from day to day, since different handlers give him different stories (he doesn’t know the difference anyway).

    Of course, it still took a decade to “withdraw” from Viet Nam, so don’t hold your breath now.

    • Replies: @map
  30. TG says:
    @Ross23

    Yes, excellent points.

    One is reminded: what is really killing the Russians is that US satellites/drones/EW resources etc. let the Ukrainians see everything, and pummel the Russians with precision artillery strikes. That prevents the Russians from having any sort of tactical surprise, and makes any sort of armored thrust impossible. The Russians can only grind forwards behind massive artillery barrages, very slowly, not being able to encircle the Ukrainian forces so they can always beat a fighting retreat to new lines, and also destroying what they would like to hold.

    Of course, it could be that the Ukrainian army really is on its last legs, and will soon collapse and the Russians will be able to maneuver again. It’s possible, but given the propaganda on both sides, none of us know that. We will see. But as long as the Russians continue to be held to snail’s pace gains, it clearly has not happened yet.

    These new longer-range missile systems could in fact be a game changer. Imagine that the Ukrainians/Americans, can accurately target and destroy ANY Russian target 40 miles from the front lines – and scoot fast enough away after launching so as to make counter-battery fire nearly impossible. The Russians might still ‘win,’ but that’s gotta hurt.

    And yes, suppose the Russians decide that enough is enough, the current lines are OK, let’s have peace. Why would the western elites allow that? Imagine that the Ukrainians keep raining down accurate missile fire, taking out targets within 40 miles of the front lines – troop concentrations, ammo dumps, electrical generating stations, even civilian targets, anything. Russian retaliation won’t matter, because the western elites don’t care if Ukraine is flattened.

    I am skeptical that the Russians taking the entire south coast would work, Ukraine is already blockaded on the coast and anyhow the western elites don’t care if the Ukrainian economy collapses. But I do agree with the overall idea: ultimately the Russians may have to up the stakes, or the pressure will never end.

  31. Wielgus says:

    Deepl translation from Russian
    Former commander of Kherson Territorial Defence Battalion wants Russian citizenship

    Dmitry Kuzmenko, former commander of the 124th separate battalion of territorial defence in the Kherson region, in a conversation with RIA Novosti said he wanted to apply for Russian citizenship for himself and his family.
    “At the moment people (residents of Kherson. – Ed. note) feel confident. Kherson itself has become cleaner compared to previous years. I will also apply for Russian citizenship and will ask my family to do it,” he said.
    (My note: I don’t know if he was captured or defected. The territorial defence, referred to by the Russian as Volkssturm, are probably the least motivated Ukrainian troops. A change in the law meant they can be deployed away from their home areas, which seems to be widely unpopular.)

    Translated with http://www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

  32. @Passing By

    If the long-term goal is a second Israel (Khazaria, doncha know), then “people with no land meets land with no people” works…

    • Replies: @Passing By
  33. HAVE YOU HEARD!!!!!

    The ADL

    Jonathan Greenblatt

    Leo Frank

    Anthony Blinken

    13 year old Mary Feigin’s autopsy photo

    Dancing Israeli Art Students on a Hoboken NJ Rooftop on 9/11

    The slaughter of the crew of the USS Liberty 9/11

    Anthony Blinken

    The Israeli Fifth Coulumn in our America

    13 year old Mary Feigin’s corpse….mutilated corpse….google the autopsy photo

    Anthony Blinken….

    600 slaughtered Slavic Russian Infants in Donbass…..

    Leo Frank

    The ADL

    Allegiance only to Israel

    Anthony Blinken

    Man…that’s quite a racket…don’t you think…..

  34. Dear Comrades

    Did I mention anything about 13 year old Mary Feigin’s mutilated corpse….and the autopsy photo?

    Dead Slavic Orthodox Christian Russian Infants in Donbass….

  35. Wielgus says:

    https://www.facebook.com/LatestNewsFromDonbass/videos/760308388477384

    It seems a video was broadcast onto the outside of the US embassy in Moscow last night blaming the Americans for children killed in Donbass.

  36. @TG

    Russian will destroy Kiev and any and all transportation artery coming into Ukraine. If they unleash full scale war, parts of Ukraine will be Dresden. Probably the most effective action would be to locate Zelensky and obliterate him. Prophylactic action against a parasite and pathogen.

    • Agree: RoatanBill
  37. @Unit472

    Russia is not doing well. It is in the 4th month of its “offensive” against a 2nd rate middling power that is still fighting back….

    One must admit, to my surprise, that your conclusion is turning out to be consistent with known facts.

    I lack the basis to make predictions regarding the war—a gruesome, deadly business (for it is hard, not only for others but as well for me, to remember to refrain from vacuous cheerleading from afar)—yet it is clear that the war is not at all progressing as many of us had back in February expected that it would.

    The war is not even progressing as Putin or Zelensky had expected that it would.

    Time will tell, but meanwhile I think that yours is probably the best comment in the column.

    • Replies: @animalogic
  38. Notsofast says:
    @RoatanBill

    …..servant(s) of the people….we see how that worked out in ukraine. lol

  39. Anon[191] • Disclaimer says:

    Blinken is the poster child of the limitations of ethnic nepotism.

    He comes from a family of grifters, black marketeers, Whorehouse owners, and weapons merchants.

  40. anon[191] • Disclaimer says:
    @TG

    9 of Kiev’e 25 regular army combat brigades have posted videos saying they ain’t fighting anymore.

    when 36% of one’s Order of Battle is capitulating, demilitarization is on its way

    • Replies: @Wielgus
  41. Bro43rd says:
    @Poupon Marx

    Anarchy is weighted voting in a sense. The more gov services one uses the more one pays. The money is the votes. But instead of everyone being forced into one system, there would develop competing systems. Another way to describe it is volunteerism.

    • Agree: RoatanBill
  42. For volunteerism to be the norm, there must be a people who feel homogenous, a sense of kinship, and common destiny. Weighted voting should have a thorough vetting and acceptance by the polity. It should be based on who and what are the best choices for perpetuity, fairness, and advancement. Any government is by definition parasitic. And outsized government is the admission and commission of failure of a society. It correlated with the degree of social pathology. And indication, concretely of the overall health of the milieu, culture, and society.

    That is what Buddhism is about, unifying all that is important, individually and collectively. These are empirical principles primarily that are extended beyond. Buddhism starts and is anchored from the inside, inner consciousness, while Abrahamic religions are all based on externals and anthropomorphism.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
    , @Drapetomaniac
  43. Derer says:

    There is nothing left for the Washington unelected backroom bunch but to bark from a far how powerful they are…true Ukies are too slow to comprehend this deceit in getting rid of the J yoke.

  44. Wielgus says:

    https://colonelcassad.livejournal.com/#post-colonelcassad-7653353
    Eight years ago UAF attacked Lugansk regional state administration

    Eight years ago, the Ukrainian Air Force struck the Lugansk Regional State Administration, after which Ukrainian propaganda launched a “joke” about “exploded air conditioners”.
    After eight years, the explosions of “air conditioners” continue throughout Ukraine. And those who joked then about the dead people in Lugansk are not so amused any more.
    (Yandex translation edited – includes Youtube from back then – at about 1 minute 40 at least one explosion can be seen)

  45. Wielgus says:
    @anon

    In 1917 it was called “voting with their feet”.

  46. Realist says:
    @RoatanBill

    You should also consider that lots of that US equipment will fall into the hands of the Russians and Chinese so they can reverse engineer them to discover what’s novel and interesting and to also determine how to counteract them.

    The main loss is the discovery of how to counteract them. I imagine both Russia and China are pretty much on parity with the U.S. in technology.

    • Agree: 36 ulster
  47. Stan says: • Website

    Blinken is the head of the insane ne0clown posse destroying America.

  48. Anymike says:
    @Jim H

    It’s very simple. The path to peace goes through the Crimea. everything else negotiable, potentially. Particularly, the future status of the border territories is negotiable. They could become independent states. They could become part of Russia. They even could remain part of Ukraine. I don’t advocate a binding referendum in the Russian-language majority territories but an advisory referendum could provide the parties with some guidance.

    Why do I as an American have the right to an opinion? It’s simple. We won the war. So did Russia. We make the peace. It worked with the Helsinki Accords. It can work again.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  49. @Andreas

    YOU’RE the faggot! Your probably a trannie!😮

    • LOL: Truth
    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  50. Anonymous[245] • Disclaimer says:

    From what I’ve read, as of right now they’re only planning on sending a few HIMARS systems anyway, which are going to get taken out quickly like all of the Ukraine’s other gifted equipment has been. So this is some kind of game that I don’t really understand.

    I wonder if these HIMARS systems are simply an excuse for the West to get directly involved in the fighting?

    “Look! The Russians destroyed ‘our’ missile launchers that were on loan to the Ukrainians! We have no choice now but to drag NATO into this and show those Russians who is boss!”

    (I hope I am wrong about this.)

    • Replies: @j2
    , @Old Brown Fool
  51. Chris Moore says: • Website

    “The only way to end this war is if the enemy offers an unconditional surrender” is an insane statement by any metric. In this case, it’s much worse than insane. The Ukraine military is destroyed, Russia is already occupying virtually all of the territory it claims, and there is just nowhere to go with this.

    ((Blinkin)) is a good confidence man, like so many of his criminal tribe. They ancestrally learn their tough-talk from so much time in the ghetto, bargaining, grifting, haggling — a real rat’s nest of thieves.

    Israel would just be another ((Jewish)) ghetto if it didn’t have the Palestinians and surrounding Arabs to direct their ((Jewish)) rage at, and dump on. That’s why the top ((Jews)) cultivate enemies — they know that due to the nature of their dreg “faith,” the people would be at the rabbis’ throats if they didn’t shill, jive and scapegoat.

    So top ((Jews)) in the U.S. use the same belly-crawling ploys as their Zionist rabbis and gurus in Israel.

    You can take the ((Jew)) out of the ghetto, but you’ll never take the ghetto out of the ((Jew)). Their ghetto-rat culture is ingrained in their brains by the warped rabbis and by all of the ((Jew)) stooge useful idiots who pander to them.

    ((Blinkin)) should have stuck to strumming his electric guitar for therapy. His tough guy act just looks ridiculous, and has already cost a lot of Ukrainians their lives. But tough guy ((Blinkin)) doesn’t care, because his rabbis molested him into sociopathy, as they do most ((Jews)). And if the rabbis don’t get them, the ((gurus)) will.

    Oy! Oy! To make an omelet, you’ve got to break eggs!
    — Trotsky

    It’s really pathetic that they’ve never been called on twisted brainwashing ploys, even to this day when they’ve put the world on the brink of nuclear war.

  52. @V. K. Ovelund

    “To fight, to kill and to die in such a cause is every man’s primitive prerogative” and this delights the political and financial elites that count on the ability to unleash the bestial forces in their populations.

    Fortunately, this “prerogative” is not an assumption of Russia or China.

    Between watching pro sports on tv, you might try to read some Schopenhauer.

  53. Not you says:
    @Poupon Marx

    IOW, Lincoln destroyed federalism and it has been downhill ever since.

    Image from Communist Party USA convention in the 1930’s:

    There’s a reason Communists have always revered and admired Lincoln.

    • Replies: @Wielgus
    , @Anymike
  54. @TG

    You keep repeating the same lines every day. And you are wrong.

    One is reminded: what is really killing the Russians is that US satellites/drones/EW resources etc. let the Ukrainians see everything, and pummel the Russians with precision artillery strikes.

    No, the problem is that the Russians are fighting against an enemy using very well built fortifications. The entire area is an industrial zone, so the advancement is slow.

    Imagine that the Ukrainians/Americans, can accurately target and destroy ANY Russian target 40 miles from the front lines – and scoot fast enough away after launching so as to make counter-battery fire nearly impossible.

    This implies that the Russians don’t have the same capabilities which is wrong. They have sattelites and drones as well, and they have been doing exactly that.

    Imagine that the Ukrainians keep raining down accurate missile fire, taking out targets within 40 miles of the front lines – troop concentrations, ammo dumps, electrical generating stations.

    And why would the Russians allow that?

    Your entire reasoning is “western this, western that” – as if you have something the Russians don’t, when in reality it’s rather the other way round.

  55. Dmitry Medvedev: “The riders of the apocalypse are already on their way

    What did he mean?

    Today, June 2, Dmitry Medvedev made a strange statement. He said that “the riders of the apocalypse are on their way

    “These are not forecasts. That’s what’s already happened. This can be treated in different ways, but it can be considered that the “leaders of the Apocalypse” are already on the way and all hope is only in the Lord God, in the Almighty,” Medvedev said.

    Perhaps it has something to do with Ukraine. After all, now a large supply of weapons from the United States is expected

    • Thanks: V. K. Ovelund
  56. bert33 says:

    Russia’s far from beat and apparently the people in their govt are way smarter than in ours…zelensky needs to be en route to moscow to negotiate peace and his surrender to their authorities pretty much

  57. @Ross23

    The Russians have other options than to keep moving forward.
    The Russians will not have to advance west through unfriendly cities.

    Now that the civilians have had plenty of time to move away, Russia can flatten any city. Yes, that includes Kiev. US weapons cannot stop that.

  58. @V. K. Ovelund

    I sort of agree with you, and wish you and yours a nice life, but while Yanqui blunders all over Asia with vile poison and lethal weapons we can expect millions to hex and curse the US.

    And it is obvious to me that Ukraine is losing this US war.

    • Replies: @V. K. Ovelund
  59. SafeNow says:

    The U.S. announced the launchers would be sent using the following sentence. It seems to be internally inconsistent. I don’t get it:

    We are not encouraging or enabling Ukraine to launch these rockets into Russia.

    Now, isn’t it implicit in “encouraging” (or discouraging ) an act that the act is possible. Yes. Therefore, the first half of the sentence implies that launching into Russia is technically doable.

    The second half of the sentence, by using “not enabling,” says it is NOT technically doable.

  60. Wielgus says:
    @Not you

    Over-interpretation. The German-American Bund put up a huge picture of Washington at their main rallies, not Hitler, although the German government gave them much of their funding.
    The point in both cases is for political formations essentially under foreign control to look more American. After WW2 in Eastern Europe, it would actually have been considered counter-revolutionary for the new Communist ruling parties to hold a congress or rally with pictures of any local more prominent than the pictures of Lenin and Stalin. For example at the 1952 60th birthday celebration in Hungary for Matyas Rakosi, Rakosi’s picture on the front of the building is placed at a slightly lower elevation than those of Stalin and Lenin.

    • Disagree: Not you
    • Replies: @Not you
  61. Splinter says:
    @V. K. Ovelund

    Then you’re not looking at it objectively.. they’ve lost.

  62. @American Citizen

    This is correct – we can understand even the Iraq & Afghanistan conflicts as ultimately exercises in money laundering. The politicians bring wars that feed the military industrial complex and receive massive payback in the form of investments and sinecures for their cronies and friends (and even themselves), and not to mention that this leads to donations to their campaigns.

    The State Department, the intelligence community, the DoD contractors, field grade military officers, congressmen, they all eat from the same trough, and they are encouraged by even other industries still who reap their own benefits by harvesting national resources or even just fulfilling contracts in wars that aren’t even directly connected to blowing things up.

    It’s a racket, and once it lies dormant for too long, or has to cut its production too much, they will find the first excuse to either go to war or to become the chief financiers of another’s war.

  63. map says:
    @James J O'Meara

    Please. Hoffman and Chomsky were so CIA they glowed.

  64. Dumbo says:
    @Unit472

    The idea that Ukraine is “winning” is so stupid, that a person must be a complete moron to say such thing. Unless “winning” means having their own country destroyed and depopulated and divided and in debt forever.

    The NATO strategy of “grinding down Russia” by sending weapons and using Ukrainian young men as cannon fodder is dumb, dumb, dumb. The Russians have time on their side. The Ukrainians and NATO don’t. It’s just a stupid waste of time and lives.

    • Replies: @Passing By
  65. Richard B says:
    @Wielgus

    “The only way to end this war is if the enemy offers an unconditional surrender” is an insane statement by any metric. In this case, it’s much worse than insane. The Ukraine military is destroyed, Russia is already occupying virtually all of the territory it claims, and there is just nowhere to go with this.

    Some people just can’t accept defeat.

  66. Richard B says:
    @BuelahMan

    Always good to see something from DC Dave.

    • Replies: @BuelahMan
  67. j2 says:
    @Anonymous

    “Look! The Russians destroyed ‘our’ missile launchers that were on loan to the Ukrainians! We have no choice now but to drag NATO into this and show those Russians who is boss!”
    (I hope I am wrong about this.)

    I think you are wrong. There is a very simple explanation why Ukraine has asked for Western howizers and rocket launchers. They uses the ammunition for Soviet era weapons. First they had a quite a stockpile of 152 mm howizer ammunition and lots of Soviet era howizers. With them they were bombing day and night and they did manage to push Russia out of Kiev and Mykoliyv areas. But this stockpile ended. They got Soviet era ammunition and also some howizers from former Eastern block countries, but used also this ammunition. Therefore the decision was made that rather than produce ammunition for old Soviet howizers, Ukraine must switch to 155 mm ammunition. For that reason they needed Western howizers. The situation with multiple launch rocket systems (MLRS) is the same. Ukraine has the Soviet era MLRS systems, but e.g for Smerch it already has used all ammunition. Therefore it needs either ammunition for Soviet era weapons or Western weapons. There is not enough old Soviet era stuff in the West. Therefore they are getting and buying NATO compatible weapons.

    Putin has succeeded in demilitarization and pushing Ukraine further from NATO in a remarkable way, as he is a remarkably intelligent person. Instead of Ukraine having old Soviet era stuff, it now has remaining old Soviet era stuff complemented by modern NATO stuff. Thus, Putin is speeding up the transformation of Ukraine equipment to NATO standards and in this way speeding up the time when Ukraine can join NATO. (It could not do it as long as it mainly had Soviet weapons). I am sure that Putin will get a medal from NATO.

    • Thanks: V. K. Ovelund
    • LOL: RoatanBill
    • Replies: @Badger Down
    , @Hitch
  68. Vaca says:
    @Ross23

    The West is hoping to turn West Ukraine into a vietnam for Russia. Western Ukraine is more hostile to the Russia. The right way to fight it is the American way of indiscriminating bombing of all their military positions before sending troops to mop up the residual resistance. Nothing good is going to come of the way the Russia are fighting the war now if applied to Western Ukraine. Either Russia go bankrupt or WW3.

  69. Alrenous says: • Website
    @Passing By

    Except Putin isn’t cooperating, refusing to kill every Iraqi Ukrainian in sight. Death toll won’t be great for Ukraine, but hardly catastrophic. Same way BLM is trying to wipe out Bantu-Americans but barely pulling like 1/20th of a Stalin.

    • Replies: @Passing By
  70. @V. K. Ovelund

    Progress is relative — even the Ukraine is admitting that Russia has 20% of its territory.

    • Agree: V. K. Ovelund
    • Replies: @nokangaroos
  71. Alrenous says: • Website
    @Poupon Marx

    Plato was right about democracy.

    The democrat is desirous of all things and treats all, good and bad, equally

    The enormously wealthy people in a declining oligarchy will probably lend out money to the poor at exorbitant rates of interest. The debtors will spend and spend; they will be encouraged to borrow and borrow.

    In such a democratic state, everyone is more or less equally free of any responsibility to anyone else, including service to the state. No one is obliged to give orders; no one is obliged to take orders; no justice can be respected or meted out.

    Although the son may not even respect money, he will probably not respect anything else; he will become shiftless, kind of a reed in the wind, unable to control his desires, which will probably fluctuate wildly. Lacking any ability to discern differences in appetite, he will probably live solely for the moment, and he will be rudderless. His will be a life without order.

    democracy greedy for absolute freedom; it recognizes no authority whatever, neither familial nor militaristic nor academic.

    [The tyrant] will surround himself with criminals, and he will finally do criminal acts against the very democrats who elected him. The tyrant will despotically rule his unhappy and fearful state.

    In short, good government is unpopular government. Responsible government is based on property rights. You can always irresponsibly gain votes by stealing property from one person and distributing it to two other people. Democracy implies Communism; robbery is always popular. The envious outnumber the rational.

    • Agree: Drapetomaniac
    • Thanks: Malla
    • Replies: @Malla
  72. meamjojo says:

    U.S. Technology, a Longtime Tool for Russia, Becomes a Vulnerability
    Global restrictions on sending advanced technology to Russia are hampering the country’s military capacity, U.S. officials say, though Russia has stockpiled American equipment for years.

    June 2, 2022

    WASHINGTON — With magnifying glasses, screwdrivers and a delicate touch from a soldering gun, two men from an investigative group that tracks weapons pried open Russian munitions and equipment that had been captured across Ukraine.

    Over a week’s visit to Ukraine last month, the investigators pulled apart every piece of advanced Russian hardware they could get their hands on, such as small laser range finders and guidance sections of cruise missiles. The researchers, who were invited by the Ukrainian security service to independently analyze advanced Russian gear, found that almost all of it included parts from companies based in the United States and the European Union: microchips, circuit boards, engines, antenna and other equipment.
    ….
    https://www.nytimes.com/2022/06/02/business/economy/russia-weapons-american-technology.html

    • Replies: @Dorfbinf
  73. meamjojo says:

    If it comes to war between the est and Russia, look for all the hidden trojans in their computer software to surface and wreak havoc on Russia’s ability to fight back. I wouldn’t be surprised if the NSA has a way to disable the launch of Russia’s nukes so the West can smash them.
    =========
    US military hackers conducting offensive operations in support of Ukraine, says head of Cyber Command
    Wednesday 1 June 2022 13:03, UK

    US military hackers have conducted offensive operations in support of Ukraine, the head of US Cyber Command has told Sky News.

    In an exclusive interview, General Paul Nakasone also explained how separate “hunt forward” operations were allowing the United States to search out foreign hackers and identify their tools before they were used against America.

    Speaking in Tallinn, Estonia, the general, who is also director of the National Security Agency (NSA), told Sky News that he is concerned “every single day” about the risk of a Russian cyber attack targeting the US and said that the hunt forward activities were an effective way of protecting both America as well as allies.

    General Nakasone confirmed for the first time that the US was conducting offensive hacking operations in support of Ukraine in response to the Russian invasion.

    He told Sky News: “We’ve conducted a series of operations across the full spectrum; offensive, defensive, [and] information operations.”
    ….
    https://news.sky.com/story/us-military-hackers-conducting-offensive-operations-in-support-of-ukraine-says-head-of-cyber-command-12625139

  74. @Dumbo

    Not so dumb if the goal is to have as many Ukrainian men killed as possible. Bear in mind that the most vocal supporters of the Ukraine in the US consider Odessa to be neither Russian nor Ukrainian but theirs.

  75. @Alrenous

    Putin’s disinclination to mass murder is the reason why the West is pouring more and more lethal weaponry into Ukraine. The West knows that Ukraine can’t win but the death toll is unsatisfying. There are voices in Russia already who want an approach that is much less caring of enemy lives. The West hopes that those voices will grow louder if a few more Russians get killed by the weapons it sends.

    • Agree: V. K. Ovelund
  76. @j2

    I am sure that NATO will not give a medal to Putin.
    And your “very simple explanation” was absurdly complex.
    Did you say Ukraine threw away its guns because it ran out of bullets?

    • Replies: @j2
  77. @Poupon Marx

    Feral Grubmint

    Delicious!

    • Thanks: Poupon Marx
  78. j2 says:
    @Badger Down

    “Did you say Ukraine threw away its guns because it ran out of bullets? ”

    They have not run out of bullets for an assault gun, if that is what you are asking. But they did run, or nearly run, out of ammunition for 152 mm Soviet howizers. I doubt that these howizers are thrown away yet, but instead of producing more ammunation for them (which is not that difficult, but may be difficult as Russia still can destroy such efforts with cruise missiles) it very much seems that Ukraine made the decision to switch to Western 155 mm howizers that take ammunition they can easily get from the West. Meaning indeed that Soviet howizers will be thrown away at some point. It is not only M777. It is self-propelled or towed 155 mm howizers from many countries (FH70, CAESAR SPHs, Krab, Zusana2), either there already or bought and coming in some months. But Russians have abandoned many of their howizers, so Ukraine got them also, but usually without ammunition. Do you have any other questions you cannot answer yourself?

    • Replies: @Stephane
  79. @animalogic

    Elendski is still counting Crimea and the Donbass as his;
    the LNR is as good as liberated but Donetsk is still in artillery range
    (this is what the HIMARS are for – it is “not Russia” but full of “Russians”-
    with cluster munitions and not the guided stuff, setting Russia´s next priority).
    Elendski´s claim of having taken the initiative on Kherson is ridiculous –
    the Ruskies are already handing out passports and repudiating Ukie debt –
    he should drop to his knees if they manage to hold Nikolaev;
    but the Harpoons have made Odessa somewhat safer (alas).

  80. @Poupon Marx

    For volunteerism to be the norm, there must be a people who feel homogenous, a sense of kinship, and common destiny.

    When your first sentence is bullshit, the rest doesn’t matter. Your assertion does not make it a fact.

    • Replies: @Poupon Marx
  81. @Anymike

    The Ukraine will be another Korea where there is no deal between parties except to stop the violence at some point and form a no mans land buffer between combatants. Ukraine is incapable of making a deal that they’ll stick with.

    • Replies: @Anymike
  82. Stephane says:
    @j2

    Also, switching to western 155 mm may allow the use of more advanced ammuntions like the BONUS ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bofors/Nexter_Bonus ).

    • Replies: @j2
  83. j2 says:
    @Stephane

    “Also, switching to western 155 mm may allow the use of more advanced ammuntions like the BONUS ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bofors/Nexter_Bonus )”

    That’s a nice munition especially for T-72, which blows all up and kills the crew from a single shot from above.

    • Replies: @Badger Down
  84. @RoatanBill

    What a strange comment. “Bullshit” implies or infers that something is universally wrong, deliberately wrong, has no factual or empirical basis. It is used for extreme disagreement with prejudice.

    Please explain the basis and foundation of your assertion.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  85. @Poupon Marx

    No, first you prove that your bald assertion has some logical backing and is true.

    You can’t do that because it’s just your opinion.

    • Replies: @Poupon Marx
  86. Hitch says:
    @j2

    LOL. J2 you are in a hole, stop digging.

    History Legends drills down into what is happening to the Ukrainian Army, and they are precisely the same lies that J2 (the one man shill for Ukraine) has been claiming about the Russia Army for months now. J2 has about as much credibility now as Baghdad Bob.

    The Ukrainian army is behaving just like the Soviet army in 1941. They have brought out the barrier guards and they are murdering and torturing their own who might dare to retreat or surrender, to encourage the others to remain loyal cannon fodder. The Ukrainian “Nazis” are behaving just like the Judeo-Soviet Kommisars during WWII, and J2 couldn’t be prouder of them.

    • Replies: @j2
  87. Dorfbinf says:
    @meamjojo

    You mean it was Chinese?

  88. @RoatanBill

    How stupid. I make a statement that you say is “bulllshit”. Then you think that I am obliged to negate your accusation? Do you think that normal intercourse works like this? Usually a statement that one disagrees with requires a question for clarity, edification and honest inquiry. Or a refutation or rebuttal. Your inference is that everyone who says anything must simultaneously give a justification.

    Do you have a child at home that is sneaking comments in your name on here?

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  89. Not you says:
    @Wielgus

    Over-interpretation? I think not, although I would perhaps be willing to allow a dual-purpose in optics by choosing “Honest Abe”.

    As I alluded to in my post, Communist admiration for Lincoln’s destruction of the federalism of the United States and the centralization of federal power through usurpation of rightful, constitutional authority, force and violence over the individual states, ultimately allowing the enslavement of all men, leaving the federal government unchecked is Communisms wet dream.

    In short, Lincoln was the perfect optic to those in the know and still is.

  90. j2 says:
    @Hitch

    “The Ukrainian army is behaving just like the Soviet army in 1941. They have brought out the barrier guards and they are murdering and torturing their own who might dare to retreat or surrender, to encourage the others to remain loyal cannon fodder. The Ukrainian “Nazis” are behaving just like the Judeo-Soviet Kommisars during WWII, and J2 couldn’t be prouder of them.”

    You know, there are these intercepted phone calls by Russian soldiers. Of course you claim that they are fake, but maybe they are not fake. Listen to them and check if their Russian has an Ukrainian accent or not. They can be quite interesting for you, so search for
    youtube SSU intercepted Russian communication Ukraine

    The back shooters, like Soviet Komissars, here is one

    [MORE]

    Killing and raping civilians

    Going to kill their commander

    Looting, killing children

    But Russians are not racists, they also rape Russians

    Which side are the Nazis?

    false flags

    Russian losses

    • Disagree: Badger Down
    • Replies: @Hitch
  91. @Poupon Marx

    Your sentence is pandering, political correctness and virtue signaling without a shred of proof that the statement is accurate. I’m asking for you to provide some proof that what you said is in fact true.

    If I claimed the moon was made of green cheese, I should be able provide some truth of that assertion – right?

  92. Hitch says:
    @j2

    LOL. You will post any drivel supporting your war-wongering, J2.

    Anyone can spread lies, the problem is that lies have a hard time standing the test of time.

    You have been marching around with a boner in your pants linking to Oryx and declaring that Russia was losing thousands of tanks and was going to get obliterated by Nato trained Ukrainian army. The funny thing is that months later, it is Ukraine who is whoring herself out for any old excess Nato hardware that she get her hands on while any Ukrainian with half of a brain deserts the army and the country. Ukraine is so pathetic it has even started acting like the whores running your beloved Finland who are dragging her into WWIII:

    This article really illustrates what morons the Finns have become ever since the jumped onto the globo-homo cock parade with fully spread cheeks:

    Finland compares joining NATO to ‘purgatory’ — Analysis

    Turkey’s opposition has made NATO membership impossible. “purgatory” Pekka Haisto, Finland’s foreign minister, made a complaint on Wednesday.

    LOL. Poor Finland, Nato war-whores for Globo-homo. How far they have fallen. And to think they could have remained neutral and not only served as a peacemakers for the planet, Finland could have benefitted from being a gateway between a polarized world. Instead Finland has chosen to become Nato’s faggy bitch.

    • Replies: @Badger Down
  93. Hitch says:

    In this Channel 4 News investigation, we hear the previously untold accounts of chaos in Ukraine’s Foreign Legion – with claims of poor organisation, a lack of training and kit and unverified claims that more British volunteers have been killed, than reported by officials.

    These virtue signaling brainwashed idiots volunteered to be cannon fodder for armchair war mongers like J2 and peterAUS.

    • Replies: @HeebHunter
    , @Wokechoke
  94. @Badger Down

    … while Yanqui blunders all over Asia with vile poison and lethal weapons we can expect millions to hex and curse the US.

    Not only do I agree with your statement now, but would have agreed with it even as long as 12 or 15 years ago (and should have agreed with it even longer than that, except that there was a time during which U.S. propaganda took me in). You are quite right.

    Andrew Anglin however is a natural-born citizen of the United States, descended like me from old American stock. He has been grotesquely abused by the United States, and does not as far as I know have children (as I do) that reside in the United States; but he is still an American. I don’t exactly blame him, but was only explaining why I am unlikely to climb up to join him aboard his Raft of Bitterness.

    There is little aboard that Raft that does me and mine any good. The Raft is careening toward a place I would rather not go.

    • Thanks: Badger Down
  95. Anymike says:
    @RoatanBill

    I think you are very close to the truth. The idea that the party that is attacked can be the instigator is over most people’s heads. I am working on the idea right now that small countries with historic grievances can be the most transgressive. Great powers should never leave the great issues of war and peace in the hands of the small powers with irresponsible leadership. Relatively, the small countries have nothing to lose.

  96. Anymike says:
    @Not you

    Give ’em credit. They knew how to put on a show back then.

    • Replies: @Not you
  97. @Anymike

    I keep wondering why some flyspeck country like Finland, for example, even has a military when faced with the other Scandinavian countries on one side and Russia on the other. Norway and Sweden aren’t going to attack Finland. If Russia decides to attack, having a military just means lots of dead Finish soldiers and more infrastructure destruction inside the country before the fighting is over.

    Same with Ukraine. Shelling the Russian speaking population in the east and not living up to the Minsk agreement was bound to lead to some confrontation. Once Russia decided to step in, the smart thing to do was to surrender immediately if not sooner to avoid lots of death and destruction since the outcome is a foregone conclusion given the relative sizes and weapons system involved.

    Wasting money on a military that can’t possibly do any good is just stupid. Better to announce to the world that the country is ditching its military and going non aligned as a neutral country and have their economy boom due to lower taxes and manpower not wasted playing in the dirt pretending to prepare for a war they are sure to lose.

    • Agree: JR Foley
    • Replies: @Truth
    , @Anymike
    , @Dorfbinf
    , @Anymike
  98. Truth says:
    @RoatanBill

    If Russia decides to attack, having a military just means lots of dead Finish soldiers and more infrastructure destruction inside the country before the fighting is over.

    Great attitude there, Audie Murphy.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
    , @Anon
  99. Not you says:
    @Anymike

    True. Now they fill the halls and offices of the White House, Congress, CIA, FBI, NSA, etc., etc., etc., ad infinitum.

    • Replies: @Anymike
  100. Anymike says:
    @RoatanBill

    For people who are nursing historic grievances, going neutral is just no fun. If anything is coming out during this war, it is the fact that every even medium-sized country in the world is to some degree multicultural and multilingual. Being neutral means getting along with the people inside your own country after all. Who wants that?

  101. @Truth

    Explain how I’m wrong.

    Go ahead, lets see what you’ve got besides a shallow remark.

    • Replies: @Truth
  102. @Anonymous

    NATO has had a thousand excuses to get involved in this war so far. but it has refrained. Therefore, supplying this missile launcher is not for it; the only reason is to hit 300 km deep into Russia – to test if the Russian missile shields are really effective.

    Nothing changes unless Russia blinds a couple of NATO satellites.

  103. Henry Kissinger:

    In 2011, hitherto secret U.S. State Department documents from late 1972 were likewise published, revealing that Kissinger was irked by the concern expressed by American Jews about the fate of Soviet Jewry, calling the former “self-serving…bastards.”

    Kissinger also mocked those who defended Jews, especially Israelis. One such target was presidential adviser Daniel Patrick Moynihan, whose pro-Israel stance evoked this comment from Kissinger: “We are conducting foreign policy. … This is not a synagogue.”

    Walter Isaacson explains that at a contemporaneous meeting of the Washington Special Actions Group, a government crisis task force, Kissinger grumbled, “If it were not for the accident of my birth, I would be antisemitic.” He added: “Any people who has been persecuted for two thousand years must be doing something wrong.”

    https://forward.com/culture/470300/kissinger-at-98-if-it-were-not-for-the-accident-of-my-birth-i-would-be/

  104. JR Foley says:
    @beavertales

    40 billion divided by 6 million —6,667 Steven Austins dispatched to Moscow –not that will likewise supplement Canada’s 1 trillion towards Ukraine –Freedom Democracy and Human Rites !!!

  105. @Anymike

    Just look at the Balts. The Lithuanians in particular seem natural Nazis, longing for their vast Empire in the 14th century. They were so vicious in their atrocities during WW2 that they shocked even the Nazis, then those who the Red Army didn’t obliterate, hid out in the West for forty years, then returned, thanks to Gorbie and Yeltsin. Their ‘leadership’ seems intent on getting the country obliterated, again, even picking fights with China.

    • Replies: @Anymike
  106. Anymike says:
    @Not you

    Yes, and because of it, they’re no fun anymore.

  107. @Hitch

    This is why I don’t agree with “muh poor peasants of muttmerica and monkey islands are totally innocent and oblivious to the crimes of their rulers”.

    In both WW1, WW2, and Vietnam and their Civil war, the amerimutts who joined the causes of the Jews voluntarily have always been the majority. The poor, “innocent” draftees were never the lion’s share.

    In the case of the negro-sickxon island monkeys subhumans, they have always been eager to kill Euros with a spine. The motto of the monkey island is literally “keep the continentals down”.

    Bullshit. The Negro-Sickxon Race and the kikes are peas in the same pod. I thank God for taking care of the anglo menace first. Without these golems, the kikes will be toothless.

    Pay back for 1919, 1945, the Euros, and the EU, scum!

    • Replies: @Hitch
  108. Dorfbinf says:
    @RoatanBill

    Mexico knows this. They haven’t a chance to outfight the U.S., so they have a glorified police force to keep the Guatamalans out.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  109. Anymike says:
    @RoatanBill

    Small countries need a military to have personnel for the honor guards and officers to send to the international conferences and what not. And of course you do have your young men, and women also, who want military careers in either enlisted or officer service. But what does even a prosperous country of say 15 million need? Maybe some coastal vessels. A squadron of jet fighters. A few transports. Some helicopters. A regiment of marines. Two regiments of infantry. An armored regiment. An artillery and heavy weapons regiment. A missile battalion. It adds up to a military of 50,000 at the most including support troops. That’s about one-third of one percent of the population in the military and maybe one in 50 of the men of military age serving at any given time.

    I looked recently at the equipment operated by the Mexican air force. Mexico is exemplary. They have exactly what they need for the actual missions they might need to undertake, mostly domestic ones. They have no pretensions about defending themselves internationally. They depend on America for that.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  110. @Hitch

    Being IN NATO is purgatory, Typerys. You think Germany is happy? Everything was fine, with Nordstream2 nearly ready. Then (((NATO))), aka USUK, says NO, and Germany’s economy is in deep trouble. Mutta entä Ukraina? Riiight! You watch as Ukraine tries to join NATO and incurs Russian disapproval, and what do you do? Try to join NATO! I thought Finns were smart.

    • Agree: Kolya Krassotkin
  111. @Dorfbinf

    Compare that to the US and its bloated military and is incapable of keeping anyone from traversing the border.

    • Replies: @Kolya Krassotkin
  112. @Anymike

    The Falklands war should have terminated the navies of the world in one go. All military surface ships are just floating coffins waiting for a missile to arrive. All the defensive gear isn’t 100% effective so sooner or later one missile will get past the defenses and it’s all over.

    The demise of the navies should have terminated production of fighter jets destined for overseas combat roles since there would be no reasonable way to get them there. Flying them from the US to China, for example, can be done, but by time they get there, they’d be in need of so much maintenance as to be near worthless and their crews would be physically spent.

    The current Ukraine fiasco shows that the major power don’t want to antagonize a nuclear adversary, and for good reason. A bullshit organization like NATO was never meant as anything but the marketing arm for the US weapons manufacturers at least in recent decades. It also offered has been politicians and faux generals a make believe job that offers lots of perks. Against a nuclear missile equipped nation, there is no military option that isn’t also suicide and hence everything but the nukes are largely obsolete for defense. Offense is another matter where the intended target hasn’t got nukes.

    Why Finland and Sweden think that the US and NATO will come to their rescue should Russia decide to invade shows that posturing without thinking is what politicians do; it’s their nature.

    • Replies: @Anymike
    , @Badger Down
  113. Renoman says:

    Man’s an idiot, pay no attention to him.

  114. Hitch says:
    @HeebHunter

    Your average GI grunt in those wars was brainwashed, and it was not just by Jews. The Freemasons were also involved in instigating those wars, they profited immensely through foreknowledge of coming events, and they still do today.

    NASA was formed by the Southern Jurisdiction of the Scottish Rite, and was virtually one of their lodges. Young draft age Freemasons selected to serve in NASA were given military deferments. One of the reasons the Southern Jurisdiction was so able to keep the moon hoax secret was through the leverage provided by being able to threaten with draft and a transfer to Vietnam any Freemason not willing to go along with the hoax or even thinking of spilling the beans.

    Today the entire upper echelons of the armed forces are all masonic, and they are practicing acute MKUltra style mind control. Take this for example:

    Navy Recruiters Stalking “Top Gun” Moviegoers

    The Masonic Military and Jewish Hollywood working in tandem to sucker stupid goyim into becoming cannon fodder. Its been going on for centuries.

    • Replies: @HeebHunter
  115. Anymike says:
    @RoatanBill

    You make a point which in line with one I like to make. Some people like to talk about the reliability and state of maintenance of Russia’s nuclear arsenal. What does that have to do with anything? The one liberal bumper sticker that is no b.s is the one that says, “One nuclear bomb can ruin your whole day.”

    Yeah, that kind of the idea. Isn’t it? There is no such thing as an obsolete nuclear weapon. If it gets to the target and detonates, it’s still a nuclear weapon.

    The point is, suppose a nuclear salvo is fired and it is relatively ineffective, meaning that some of the missiles fail, some of the bombs are duds and some are intercepted by defensive missiles. Nevertheless, the ones that are effective inevitably degrade the defenses and command and control. A second salvo will be more effective. Eventually, you will get to the point where you will be able to send in the manned bombers and there will little effective defense against them left.

    The fools for the ages are the idiots who say, Ukraine should never have given up their nuclear weapons. Leave aside the issue of whether the Soviet-era devices would still be functional more than 30 years later. Why do you want a minor power with a grievance-driven foreign policy to have the ability to ignite a nuclear war?

  116. Truth says:
    @RoatanBill

    Well, let’s just scale your theory down a bit; let’s say that you, at age 20 went to prison. Now you have insinuated multiple times on this thread that you were victimized a few times on the streets of Brooklyn, and hand-to-hand combat is probably not your metier in life which is fine.

    But 20 year old Roatan Bill goes to prison, and you consider sex with men to be a distinct possibility, do you proactively choose, on day one, to don improvised makeup and make yourself attractive to the biggest, strongest buck on the yard, as a matter of logical choice (I’m only going to have to service this one guy, and I will not struggle as he is going to have his way with me anyway and I will not take beatings)? Heck, who knows, in terms of pure logic, you might even learn to enjoy it!

    Or do you fight, bite, kick, thumb, headbutt and do anything you can to repel these brutes knowing that this is not the logical decision for your future health?

  117. @RoatanBill

    The bloated US military could control the border, albeit not perfectly, if it were allowed to.

    The invasion of the United States and its deliberate destruction are engineered by its “elites,” which is a discussion for another time.

  118. @Truth

    I said explain why I’m wrong, not come up with some stupid shit.

    • Replies: @Truth
  119. Truth says:
    @RoatanBill

    You’re wrong because you don’t willingly give up your wife to a batallion of Russian Soldiers, just because it might mean “more infrastructure destruction inside the country before the fighting is over.”

    Sometimes a group of men make an “irrational” decision that may cost them their lives.

    Not complicated.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  120. @Truth

    Where did a woman come from?

    No professional military would continue after their adversary surrendered. It’s part of International law and a code between militaries. The Russians, in particular, even treated the Azov characters with medical attention and humane treatment.

    You are just making stuff up with various degrees of inanity.

    • Replies: @Truth
  121. @RoatanBill

    Flying [fighter jets] from the US to China

    True, but why not park them in Japan? That way them and him fight.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  122. No wonder the Biden Administration is flooding Ukraine with American \$\$ and support. George Soros is directing American tax dollars to the Ukraine through the Biden administration:

    Amid a dizzying blizzard of contradictory narratives about Russia and Ukraine, George Soros wants to make one thing perfectly clear: He supports Ukraine in its conflict with Russia.
    https://www.worldtribune.com/globalist-soros-backs-ukraine-appears-to-push-for-wider-war/?fbclid=IwAR2-brJB7E3EDCjB_97g88YU6gq2r6K_m317RQTRREoe50wHXVqESMhl1xE .

    George Soros also helped Zelenskyy to become President of Ukraine through massive propaganda campaign just like he does in American elections.
    https://noqreport.com/2022/03/03/george-soros-helped-zelensky-become-president-of-ukraine-through-massive-propaganda-campaign-now-he-backs-puppet-regime-he-installed/

  123. @Badger Down

    Once there’s no reasonable way to move men and materials from the US to anywhere else, why would Japan, South Korea, or any distant country rely on the US? Once the ships are gone, the bases become islands without the necessary support to keep them in operational shape for long. Trying to use non military ships for military purposes just gets them sunk. Planes can’t supply the volume required and have maintenance requirements that will rapidly degrade them if pushed too hard.

    The US navy was always about force projection, a euphemism for naked aggression. Once there’s a technology that can simply terminate the ships when the time comes, everyone knows that all the posturing during peacetime is just strutting tolerated till a conflict starts. For the US, the strutting is to keep the appropriations high.

    At the first sign of a real war, all the surface naval ships get sunk regardless of whose flag they fly; they’re all scrap metal on the ocean floor. The only ocean going military vessels that aren’t currently obsolete are the submarines.

    When I first heard about China’s new aircraft carrier, my immediate thought was they are pretending to be stupid to build a floating coffin just to keep the US plowing resources into their fleet. If I were the Chinese, that vessel would be loaded down with rock ballast and phony everything just enough to make it look good. It’s a useless piece of kit in any confrontation with the US, the only possible reason for its existence.

    • Agree: Drapetomaniac
  124. Truth says:
    @RoatanBill

    No professional military would continue after their adversary surrendered. It’s part of International law and a code between militaries.

    Oh yeah, Mr., “the cops are all criminals!” No guy in uniform has ever disobeyed a piece of paper before.

    That does it Bro. I’m going to tell Lou Ferrigno that you are destroying the reputation of his high school. II hear Big Lou is quite proud of being an Engineer. When he tracks you down he’s going revert back to Benson-Hoist and you’re going to look like a negro to him.

    In the mean time could you please start telling people you went to Stuyvesant?

  125. Anymike says:
    @mulga mumblebrain

    Whites in the West seem to understand that at the bottom of it, the non-European descended world lives by different rules. A Hobbesian world view. Thirst for vengeance and retribution. Tribal and clan loyalty above national loyalty. Acceptance of violence and the risk of violent death as the natural order of life.

    What whites in the West not understand is that east of a certain line, white culture is like that too. It is only the Russians, with their experience of being a great power and their experience of coping with great power responsibilities who are different. The West cannot allow the small powers of the East to decide the issues of war and peace. It’s a proven fail, not a postulated one.

  126. Anon[275] • Disclaimer says:
    @Truth

    Sure thing, St. McKeon.

    The damn fool said to go on! Yee haw dude!

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ribbon_Creek_incident

  127. @Hitch

    Is wilful ignorance a sin? Can stupidity leads one to damnation? It is one thing to be fooled. It is another thing to come back and pretend nothing bad is going on.

    Each passing day proves to me that only God can save us. Betraying him is the worst offence. The (((west))) deserves this fate.

    • Replies: @Drapetomaniac
  128. @Poupon Marx

    “That is what Buddhism is about, unifying all that is important, individually and collectively.”

    What is important collectively is that other people are not your property and other people’s property is not your property. That sets limits on what can or cannot be important individually.

    Otherwise you are still an animal.

  129. @HeebHunter

    No religion prevents man from being an animal.

    Many extol it.

  130. @Anymike

    You lost me at national loyalty. What do you think is the scourage of man? It is the death and destruction by nations and their governments.

    The individual is the most important. Goverment is a non-living lifeform. It is heartless, brainless, and soulless – it is mankind’s ant colony.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  131. @Truth

    You have prisons by governments because violent less than human individuals are useful to governments.

    There are eight billion people on this planet. Any sane society would cull or kill those disinclined to be civilized.

    Not put them in a graybar hotel.

  132. Atle says:

    The fact that none of this makes any sense seems only to inflame people.

  133. Truth says:

    There are eight billion people on this planet. Any sane society would cull or kill those disinclined to be civilized.

    …And they do, Nazi Germany, the USSR, Communist China, Iran…

  134. Malla says:
    @Alrenous

    Democracy implies Communism;

    Didn’t Hitler also say that democracy would eventually lead to Communism?

    • Replies: @Alrenous
  135. Alrenous says: • Website
    @Malla

    If he did, he was right.

    Nazism also leads to Communism, though.

  136. @Drapetomaniac

    I’d say that society is more ‘important’ than the individual. Society means ALL individuals and their connections with others. ‘Individualism’ inevitably means ME, and, often enough, to Hell with others. And individuals are transient, whereas societies go on, even as States and Empires come and go.

    • Replies: @Drapetomaniac
  137. @Anymike

    Lunatic racist stupidity and ignorance. As Dietrich Boenhoffer observed, malevolence is bad enough, but stupidity is worse, and intractable.

    • Replies: @nokangaroos
  138. Wokechoke says:
    @Hitch

    Missile Meat and Rocket Roast Beef.

  139. @mulga mumblebrain

    I dunno – it was a rather fitting description of Poles, Czechs and Serbs 😛
    From the Antipodes´POV, some detail may be lost.
    (oh, and it´s “Bonhoeffer”)

  140. @mulga mumblebrain

    Absolute nonsense.

    Societies kill others by the thouands, hundreds of thousands, or millions and can persist in doing so for long periods of time.

    Individuals may kill a few and are often caught and punished. Preferably by execution.

    As for importance, individuals are the creative source – societies just aggregate the result of that creative intelligence.

    There isn’t any hive intelligence. That plateaus at low intelligence.

  141. BuelahMan says:
    @Richard B

    I don’t think that Unz likes Dave much and will not publish his work here.

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