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Turns out, Pelosi was only going to Taiwan for the beaches. When she realized there were beaches in Indonesia, she changed her plans. This had nothing to do with menacing China with claims of US sovereignty over parts of China. Jeez. Let a bitch take a dip.
Turns out, Pelosi was only going to Taiwan for the beaches. When she realized there were beaches in Indonesia, she changed her plans. This had nothing to do with menacing China with claims of US sovereignty over parts of China. Jeez. Let a bitch take a dip.

This should really be published as an update to the China article I already published before this statement was released, but this morning I spent 5 hours writing down a cinematic dream I had, and the staff is gone because it’s Sunday.

So I’m publishing this as a separate article.

Bloomberg:

US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will visit Asian countries including Singapore and Japan in her trip to the region, according to a statement from her office that skipped any mention of a possible stopover in Taiwan.

Pelosi will lead a congressional delegation that will also visit Malaysia and South Korea, according to the statement on Sunday. The trip will focus on mutual security, economic partnership and democratic governance in the Indo-Pacific region, it said.

Reports that her travel would include a stop in Taiwan had sparked a furious reaction in China, which regards the self-governing island as part of its territory. Beijing has warned there will be consequences if Pelosi visits, including a Defense Ministry statement that implied China might use military force in response.

China held live-fire military drills in the Taiwan Strait on Saturday. The exercises took place off the coast of Fujian province opposite Taiwan.

Bloomberg reported last week that Pelosi would also stop in Indonesia, which is set to host a Group of 20 leaders summit in November. Yet Sunday’s statement contained no mention of a stop in Southeast Asia’s biggest economy.

This was the most retarded possible series of events by the United States government, yet again. Why leak that you are planning to visit Taiwan and then back down when China responds in the most predictable possible way? Why purposefully put yourself in a position where you have to cower on the world stage?

This is like asking “why demand that all of Europe pretend that Russia sent rockets at its own POW camp full of war criminals who have agreed to testify about their behaviors?”

These are just this week’s examples of what I like to call “unforced errors.”

These are situations you just as easily could have not created. You can go to Asia and threaten China, you don’t need to claim you’re going to Taiwan, especially if you’re not willing to go through with an obvious game of chicken you’re creating. You can simply denounce any war crimes tribunal in the Donbass as a result of torture. If, separately, you want to bomb something in a reverse false flag to claim that Russia is doing false flags against itself, you can pick a more logical target than an Azov POW camp. You don’t have to hit the POW camp with the HIMARS.

This behavior is ridiculous, and it is getting more ridiculous by the day and perhaps by the hour.

Part of it is obviously that there is a “downward spiral effect” happening. There is no solution to the China problem just as there is no solution to the Russia problem. There probably were solutions a few years ago, possibly even at the beginning of the Biden Administration, but there aren’t now. If the US hadn’t planned a delegation to Taiwan and backed down, or hadn’t allowed the “Ukraine” people to blow up a POW camp full of their own elite soldiers, the US would only be in a slightly less bad but still totally unwinnable situation.

Desperation always leads to worse decision-making, hence the term “desperation.”

People have accused me of doom-mongering, but lately I feel like I’m coming on here and saying “I don’t really think this is as bad as it actually looks…” a whole lot. I don’t think that “cooler heads will prevail,” but I also don’t think it is actually as bad as it looks.

I’m sticking with “increasingly dumber decisions leading to increasingly less power of the US government.” Of course, the big deal is if the dollar falls off a cliff. But even if that happens, it doesn’t mean nuclear war and it doesn’t really necessarily even mean calorie shortages in the US, let alone starvation. It would mean general “food shortages” and “power outages” and “homelessness” and “rampant public violence” – but we already have all of those things!

The fact is, history is going to recount 2022 as a year of “apocalyptic falloff.” You’re right in the middle of it right now. This is what it feels like. Yes, maybe the dollar collapsing will be worse by some measure, but I think the tone is already set. Think of it like the song “Hotel California.” It has a guitar solo. You can check, it has a guitar solo. It’s worse than the rest of the song, but the song is so horrible that you don’t really notice that this particular part of the song is more horrible than the rest of the song.

>Don Felder was like “this song isn’t shitty enough. Bring out the double guitar and let’s turn it into double dog shit.” But you didn’t know it was double dog shit because you just heard dog shit. Hotel California is the song of our lives.
>Don Felder was like “this song isn’t shitty enough. Bring out the double guitar and let’s turn it into double dog shit.” But you didn’t know it was double dog shit because you just heard dog shit. Hotel California is the song of our lives.
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  1. Shame on Ron Unz for publishing this instead of Andrew’s magnum opus about the dream he had last night. That was his best article in months, and truthfully, one of the most riveting reads I’ve ever experienced.

    • Replies: @Dumbo
    , @fran
  2. Well, Felder kind of sucked as a guitarist, so that explains it.

    BTW, Pelosi represents the roach hotel known as California. Coïncidence?

    • Replies: @Wade Hampton
  3. Emslander says:

    “Hotel California” isn’t so bad.

  4. Athena says:

    Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity: Military Clash With China Over Pelosi Visit?
    by Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity Posted onJuly 30, 2022
    ALERT MEMORANDUM FOR: The President
    FROM: Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity
    SUBJECT: Military Clash With China Over Pelosi Visit?
    REFERENCE: VIPS Memo to You, May 1, 2022
    https://www.antiwar.com/blog/2022/07/30/military-clash-with-china-over-pelosi-visit/

    ”China-Russia; and Bluffing’’

    ”You were so poorly advised before your June 16, 2021 face-to-face summit with President Putin that you apparently told him you understood that Russia was being “squeezed” (your word) by China. We can only hope that you and your advisers have since learned that the so-called “squeeze” is, rather, an unprecedentedly tight embrace between two countries, each of which now confront the US as threat #1. The balance of power has shifted; we wish we could be more confident that your political advisers have slowly become aware of that tectonic shift.

    Your military advisers, at least, should have briefed you of the possibility of a two-front war with two nuclear-armed powers. Could a Pelosi visit to Taiwan provoke something like that. Surely, that game is not worth the candle.

    As for China’s record for “bluffing”, we call to mind that on Oct. 2, 1950, China’s Premier Zhou Enlai warned that China would intervene in Korea if American troops went north of the 38th parallel. We all know what happened when that warning went unheeded. We also know that top U.S. military advisers at that time had nuclear strikes on China high on their list of options. China knows that too.”

  5. Business Insider had a story yesterday that some Chinese general posted on social media, then deleted yesterday that they would shoot down her plane before permitting it to land in Taiwan. None of those fools saw that one coming.

    You cannot trust those sneaky china-men.

    • Replies: @luba
  6. The French were really, really fond of that song in the mid 1980s, several years after it was released. Every radio aired it like five times a day. Never really thought about it but now that you mention it:

    Last thing I remember, I was
    Running for the door
    I had to find the passage back
    To the place I was before
    “Relax,” said the night man
    “We are programmed to receive
    You can check out any time you like
    But you can never leave”

    Yep.

    • Replies: @pyrrhus
    , @Gary Sudder
  7. Notsofast says:

    the secret to neocon power is the ability to lie with a straight face and then force everyone to accept this as truth. they create their own reality, as carl rove once boasted and this gives them a giddy thrill, when they force the world to accept their lie as reality. they have been doing this for so long, i think they have convinced themselves, they have some magical power to control and shape reality, when in fact it’s nothing but the mockingbird media and strong-armed tactics of an overfeed military, that has been hollowed out by corruption and graft. i wouldn’t be surprised if they pull out their magic wands and try to lay a few harry potter spells on them.

  8. roonaldo says:

    Aw, hell….the Chinese merely threatened to release their records of Hunter’s and Joe’s financial deals, and video of them screwing Asian transvestite whores and Nancy giving knob jobs for insider trading purposes.

    • Agree: Lee
  9. Dutch Boy says:

    I suppose it was cucking but the image of Pelosi swimming instead of flying to Taiwan kind of gripped me.

    • Replies: @schnelladine
  10. Trinity says:

    Cue: Theme from Jaws

    • Thanks: Sir Launcelot Canning
  11. Alrenous says: • Website

    These are just this week’s examples of what I like to call “unforced errors.”

    If it turns out a bunch of the Thousand Emperors were killed by ncov, my sides will enter orbit.

    They’re inconspicuous. You’re not supposed to know they exist, so there’s no apparent change if they suddenly stop existing. Certainly doesn’t show up in the news. Obit reads “local baker dies” or something.

  12. A123 says: • Website

    It has been known for some time the Not-The-President Biden is a CCP franchise. Search on “beijing biden meme”, see [MORE].

    Anyone expecting backbone from the illegitimate White House occupant is delusional.

    PEACE 😇

    [MORE]

      
     

    • Replies: @Cohen
    , @Cohen
  13. Athena says:

    Russia should back Quebec’s unilateral declaration of independence.

    US pushers of war with China find Canadian allies

    https://yvesengler.com/2022/07/26/us-pushers-of-war-with-china-find-canadian-allies/

    ”Major Canadian media and think tanks are pressing for this country to join the conflict. They have recently offered suggestions on how to “win the new Cold War” with China (Globe and Mail), called for promoting Taiwanese independence (McDonald Laurier Institute) and accused the country of “committing mass atrocity crimes and grave human rights violations against the Uyghurs and other Turkic Muslims” (Toronto Star).”

    • Replies: @showmethereal
  14. pyrrhus says:
    @Passing By

    Hotel California brilliantly foresees the prison lockdowns of whole countries, including Canada, using the excuse of Covid…The Eagles were prophetic!

    • Replies: @Joe Paluka
  15. pyrrhus says:
    @Notsofast

    Like Karl Rove claiming the Bushites could create their own reality….

  16. Roger says:

    Well, as they say, opinions are like assholes. Everybody has one. This one apparently is Anglin’s, for what it’s worth, which is to say nothing. It stinks.

    I like Hotel California. I love the guitar riff. I am not alone. The song was a smash hit when it came out and the album became one of the top selling of all time. That is a lot of people who really don’t have a clue when it comes to “horrible” music.

    Eagles, Skynyrd, Allman Brothers, ZZ Top, Tom Petty, Joe Walsh himself…I’ll listen to them anytime.

  17. I disagree with the end, Don Felder was awesome. Why do the Eagles get so much crap?

  18. anon[132] • Disclaimer says:
    @Notsofast

    Magic weeds, hairy tongues, then straight to Hell.

  19. It would have been funny if Cunt Nancy had started a nuclear war. Just by doing Cunt Nancy stuff.

  20. @Charles Britannia

    The Eagles made corporate music before the corporations got involved. The band leader Frey could just as easily have been a car salesman and the other one, Henley, is an empty shell of a man with a rape allegation hanging over him. He’s the kind of guy you see and immediately think “I don’t want to be in the same room with this man”.

    Don Felder was awesome and he never got along with those guys.

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  21. Dumbo says:
    @Ghan-buri-Ghan

    I had dreams like that but not as detailed or coherent. That one was pretty much like a movie or a novel, but what was interesting about it is that the utopian/dystopian society seems to be spot-on, regarding what the WEF and similar want for us.

  22. @Roger

    The problem with HC is the same problem a lot of pop music has. It doesn’t have staying power. The first time I flipped over to side 2 and heard the Joe Walsh intro on Victim of Love I was gobsmacked. That was a long time ago.

  23. @Passing By

    “You can check out any time you like
    But you can never leave”

    Just like US empire FATCA and taxation based citizenshit—the US empire is the only country in the world that does this excremento. (The African country, Eritrea does a similar thing, however, in a very different way that is NOTHING like what the vile US empire does to its’ slaves). The US does this to control its’ tax and debt slaves, sometimes known as citizens.

    You can ‘leave’ the US, but never ever check out unless one expatriates/renounces their citizenshit.

  24. Pelosi is really just a big saggy breasted attention whore. Remember when the bwitch tore up Trumps SOTU speech on live TV?
    If anyone is running the DNC, that despicable PIG is. When your fortunes are based on insider trading and you have government immunity from prosecution, she really does feel invincible.

    Poor Illegitimate Joe, had a fever and now diagnosed with C19. Get well Joe, and remember, Depends are good for your image.

  25. I’m just impressed by the picture to see the old bag swimming from South Korea to Japan to Singapore. 82 is the new 22, I guess.

  26. @Notsofast

    Yes, the odious neocons have left a trail of lies over the years. But this is the golden age of untruth. People actually believe that men can become women, or that blacks are just the same under the skin. One of the more noxious lies that Americans are believing now is that dogs are human. I see this shit on bumper stickers about “my child has four paws.”. Last week, in Florida, I saw a whole bakery store just for fucking dogs. People are taking dogs into restaurants, even fancy ones. SMDH. I was invited to go out to dinner with my parents, aunt, uncle, and uncle’s “service” dog. To a nice place. I said to my mom, “Is he such a mental cripple with PTSD from Vietnam that he can’t go out to eat for two hours without the damn dog?”. I was too embarrassed to go.

    What is going to happen (is happening) when people believe lies is that anything is acceptable and justifiable. There are no rules or standards. I expressed my disgust to my boomer-in-law when we saw dogs in a restaurant, and he said, “Whatever makes them happy. If it makes them happy let them do it.” Is that what he would say about someone who tries to have sex with children? Or go to a restaurant in the nude? No truth, no standards!

    • Agree: Female in FL
    • Replies: @Nervous in Stalingrad
  27. Republic says:

    “Is he such a mental cripple with PTSD from Vietnam that he can’t go out to eat for two hour without the damn dog?”.

    Getting PTSD from killing unarmed peasants

  28. @Roger

    The Eagles of course are one of the Four Pillars of the essentially White genre known as Yacht Rock.

    https://counter-currents.com/2019/09/white-rock-iii/

  29. @Charles Britannia

    Like “New Age” music, Yacht Rock gets hated because of its essentially White nature. New Age “has no rhythm” such as pounding drums. Yacht Rock emphasizes musical competence and studio technology.

    Both are attacked by those who fetishize some bullshit idea of “street cred”, “keeping it real,” “funk”, etc.

    https://counter-currents.com/2019/09/white-rock-iii/

  30. mijj says:

    > “There is no solution to the China problem just as there is no solution to the Russia problem.”

    The US Empire is taking the only solution available .. mindless panic which dulls the pain of slow suicide.

  31. @Emil Nikola Richard

    “The problem with HC is the same problem a lot of pop music has. It doesn’t have staying power. The first time I flipped over to side 2 and heard the Joe Walsh intro on Victim of Love I was gobsmacked. That was a long time ago.”

    Left, right. White, black. Nazi, communist. Whatever. We can all agree that “Victim of Love” kicked total ass.

  32. @Sir Launcelot Canning

    What is going to happen (is happening) when people believe lies is that anything is acceptable and justifiable. There are no rules or standards.

    This essentially describes the UK in the present day.

    I am convinced that electing Tony Blair a quarter century ago was the UK’s way of saying, “we don’t care anymore” and it has been downhill ever since. Any remaining standards today are purely nominal and no one is ever actually held to anything.

    In fact, I am almost starting to think the UK is a sort of test bed for the US. The politicians in the UK seem to test drive the latest nonsense here, first. If the population tolerates it, off it goes to America to torment the Yanks.

    • Replies: @Sir Launcelot Canning
  33. Jimmy1969 says:

    I read lots of little guy comments on here from clowns mouthing off but saying nothing. …as is usual. I do not see any specific recommendations

    • Replies: @Notsofast
    , @Bro43rd
  34. Pelosi should not visit the renegade providence of Taiwan. How would we like it if Russia helped Cuba to retake Guantanamo Bay? Look at Israel occupying its neighbors land illegally. Jerusalem would make a fuss if Russia helped Israel’s neighbors to get back their stolen territory.
    Americans are tired of wars. With Hunter in Chairman Xi’s pocket, Biden will behave. Chairman Xi has the goods on Joe Biden working for the Chairman.

  35. RestiveUs says:
    @Emslander

    Why even bring it into the discussion??

  36. Notsofast says:
    @Jimmy1969

    do you understand that you have just described yourself… perfectly?!

  37. @Alexandros

    But how original was that song?

    https://rockcelebrities.net/when-the-eagles-were-accused-of-ripping-hotel-california-off-from-one-of-jethro-tulls-songs/

    Jethro Tull, who headlined a tour with the Eagles opening for them, didn’t think much of them or like them at all.

    • Replies: @Notsofast
  38. @Roger

    you left out Mandrake Memorial and Renegade Roosters.

  39. fran says:
    @Ghan-buri-Ghan

    I was getting into the story but the ending was kind of rushed and left me wanting more. Hopefully he expands it into a book.

  40. @The Alarmist

    The Iggles? Weren’t they Joe Walsh’s backup band? I guess with Walsh you really don’t need another guitarist. By the way, my brother and I saw King Crimson open up for the Iggles at the Greek Theater in Berkeley. We left after King Crimson.

    • Agree: Notsofast
    • Replies: @Notsofast
  41. Notsofast says:
    @Emil Nikola Richard

    agree totally on joe walsh, the man never gets the credit he is due. imo his work with the james gang is far superior to anything the eagles ever did, their music was too much coked out 70’s hedonism, for my taste. his solo work after the eagles, by far exceeds any other members solo work, compare “life of illusion” to “dirty laundry” for example. with that said joe walsh is still proud of the guitar solo, in hotel califorina, which he played in unison with felder, perhaps andrew may have a point about the double neck gibson, a very heavy, awkward guitar (although jimmy page played one occasionally, more of that 70’s hedonistic excess).

  42. Notsofast says:
    @Wade Hampton

    robert fripp, another genius that doesn’t get the credit he is due.

  43. @pyrrhus

    Hotel California was written about a night in a roach motel in Merced off I99, the writer of the song wanted his money back, but the hotel manager a Mr. Bhupinder Patel, told him he wouldn’t get his \$200 damage deposit back until morning. It’s really a rant against paki motel owners.

    • Replies: @anon
  44. Notsofast says:
    @Commentator Mike

    thanks for that link, it’s an almost identical situation to the led zeppelin, stairway to heaven and spirit, taurus, case that dragged on for years and was finally settled in favor of zeppelin.

  45. @Notsofast

    Yes, Fripp was always a very versatile fellow, full of surprises. Enjoyed his League of Gentlemen, and Exposure albums, as well as I Advance Masked, and the first two King Crimson albums with Adrian Belew. Had I more money, I doubtless would have enjoyed other of his albums/collaborations, but it was often in short supply.

    • Replies: @Notsofast
  46. @Nervous in Stalingrad

    Did you ever think that it wasn’t this way when the UK was a masculine society 100 years ago? And this business of treating a dog like a son is a sign of the femininization of Western Civilization as well.

  47. Rogue says:
    @Roger

    I like the Eagles, though Hotel California not one of my favorites. Anglin’s opinion on the latter of course just bollox.

    Off topic anecdote: 2 Black guys I knew in the UK (one British born of Caribbean descent and the other Eritrean) went to an Eagles concert in London.

    They were huge Eagles fans and said that most likely they were the only Black dudes at the event.

    Just to be clear, they weren’t saying this as a racial whinge, but making a laughing observation.

    I know the Caribbean-descended dude was big time into Rock and Roll classics – and couldn’t stand rap or hip hop “music”.

    Not everybody fits neatly into categories.

  48. Altai says:

    I’ve been saying elsewhere but the biggest consequence of the proxy war in Ukraine is convincing China and the non-Western world that the US has been deeply reckless as it’s grip on global hegemony declines.

    The Chinese now have had to reformulate their calculations of how far and how much risk the US will take in confronting nuclear-armed adversaries. IE, how much the US respects others’ nuclear deterrents.

    By stupidly starting a new Cold War with Russia and running up to the edge of the cliff of nuclear war for literally no good reason the US has pushed Russia and China to form a military alliance that has been considered for decades to be the worst case outcome. An entity that simply cannot be challenged by the West. The logical strategy is to let Russia be with the West where it wanted to be, peeling it off from China, whom it should be in conflict with and helping to counter-balance China with the West. Now the two will build alternative financial and other institutions with the full cooperation of the non-Western world and be totally free from Western control and unlike the first Cold War, they have enough of the money in their system to prosper.

    It has also spooked the Chinese into thinking a conflict with the US is sooner than it thought and made it start to prepare. There was never anything Russia could give to the US, it simply kept demanding total submission. It was start this war or surrender, those were the terms offered a country that posed no threat but which had thousands of ICBMs. The US never sought peace with Russia, the Chinese fear it won’t seek it with it either.

    It’s over now, the new Cold War has been lost before it has even begun. Late stage democracies, riven with a suicidal ideology of oikophobia and embrace of mass migration along with crappy neoliberal economic policies cannot defeat authoritarian regimes with a deep sense of common history and destiny and long term planning.

    The proxy war in Ukraine is a new Pearl Harbor but with the US as the Japanese and China as the sleeping giant.

    • Agree: Kolya Krassotkin
    • Thanks: CelestiaQuesta
  49. this morning I spent 5 hours writing down a cinematic dream I had

    It’s just graphene oxide trying to connect you to Skynet. People all over the world are increasingly having weird «cinematic dreams», don’t you see it’s happening?

    J/k, I don’t actually buy those graphene oxide theories, and neither should anyone having a slightest clue about thermodynamics.

    Most likely it’s just us overthinking things.

  50. Andreas says:
    @Notsofast

    What is the character and integrity of those who run their mouths from across the street but who are too terrified to ever cross over and confront their opponents directly.

    By these traits the Russians and Chinese know the Neo-Cunts. By these traits ye shall know them, too.

  51. China is trying to help Pelosi win in the midterm elections and keep control of the gavel.

    China will cave, Xi will lose face and be replaced with someone hostile to Putin.

    This is the jew hail nancy play.

    Nancy will enter Taiwan with help from China.

    • Replies: @A123
  52. neutral says:

    I was hoping that she would fly to Taiwan and then was shot down.

    • Replies: @Raki Rakkoon
  53. Cohen says:
    @A123

    123 with peace with fake peace sign is back. A demonic sign is more appropriate for cryptic Jews like you.
    So how are little Talmudist or future survivor of holoxhox are doing. At what age they will start getting their compensation from German govt.?

    Hey I saw few interesting things a few weeks ago in Warsaw. The small section of Warsaw/Jewish uprising. How the Poles are skimming the innocent tourists. Talk to old Polish area resident and get the real riots and not uprising. The so called Ghettos were formed by Jews themselves who refused to all non Jews in their neighborhood for purity for their women.

    And there was uprising of young Jews. A total crap made up. These young thugs were terrorizing the neighborhood.throwing rocks at residents and rival gangs at night. Wow that is history.

    And the big winner is the day tour to Auschwitz. very expensive, I forgot the real number, may be around 200 Euros. Exclusive rights for a Jewish company.

    • Replies: @Emil Nikola Richard
  54. @neutral

    I have been hoping that she will be busted for illegal narcotics in Singapore and end up on the gallows.

  55. Notsofast says:

    just when you thought it was safe to go into the water…. she’s back….now it appears the old crone is planning her amphibious landing on tuesday, just in time for the fireworks display on the mainland.

  56. Thekid says:

    I find it hilarious this essay has generated as many negative comments on the awful “Hotel California” as on the Old Hag herself. The corporate radio we are forced to endure at our workplace plays this piece of shit every day along with that other Eagles “classic”, Boys Of Summer. Ugh. I thought it was just me. Nice to see others feel the same way.

    • Agree: CelestiaQuesta
    • Replies: @CelestiaQuesta
  57. @Dutch Boy

    She has tiddies to die for.

    • Replies: @Kolya Krassotkin
  58. Cohen says:
    @A123

    What is your or your Israeli handler’s knowledge of a possible new mass grave in Krakow of Hyenas.
    Satellite imagery postulates they lived in packs and were ferocious predictors though not brave.

    I guess the on going jews death will be revised again. first 4 million than 1.1 millions and then after Krakow excavation back to magic 6 millions. or soon to be 6 billions with factoring inflation. It is just a number.
    Check with your super Rabbi in London who Royaly smeared Jeremy Corbyn. The Grand Mufti/Rabbi or grand wizard turned politician and TV personality interviewing politicians. Wow and big Wow

  59. Yee says:

    Taiwan media reported Pelosi will be arriving tomorrow evening, meet Tsai day after tomorrow at 8 am.

    I wonder whether Pelosi will be on board as promised when the PLA shot the plane down…

  60. @Cohen

    And the big winner is the day tour to Auschwitz. very expensive, I forgot the real number, may be around 200 Euros.

    1. LOL
    2. They don’t want useless eaters like you and I upsetting the vibe. It’s an upscale establishment!

    • Replies: @cohen
  61. Ronnie says:

    She may enter Taiwan on a commercial flight – put on last minute in 1st class with her entourage –
    China won’t know – the other passengers wont know – but the Chinese will stop her leaving Taiwan – dangerous.

  62. @schnelladine

    Nancy’s lovely tiddies were paid for by you, the American taxpayer, through her congressional benefits package.

    • Replies: @schnelladine
  63. Bro43rd says:
    @Jimmy1969

    Jimmy/physician first heal thyself.

  64. “Why leak that you are planning to visit Taiwan and then back down when China responds in the most predictable possible way? “

    Why not also ask, “Why should Congress members be allowed to go outside the US on quasi-diplomatic missions, anyway?” or: “What Congressional power allows all of this spending on publicity tours by Congress members who are campaigning for reelection?”

    The news media simply presents the reports of this kind of tour as a normal function of the majority party’s politicians. No such function is listed anywhere in the US Constitution. If Congress has such a legitimate function, then what is the point of the duplicate function of the Executive branch for diplomacy, both in the offices of president and VP and the US State Dept?.

    Pelosi should keep her wrinkled old ass at home instead of globe-trotting at the expense of taxpayers. I suppose that the news media would consider that statement as “hate speech/disinformation”.

    • Agree: Bro43rd, nokangaroos
  65. A123 says: • Website
    @Smashed Squash

    China is trying to help Pelosi win in the midterm elections and keep control of the gavel.

    This was my initial suspicion. Somehow, Xi was going to give way gracefully in an attempt to prop up his puppet Not-The-President Biden.

    However, that does not appear to be the case. Apparently, the CCP realizes that the illegitimate Biden regime will become valueless after the midterms.

    There probably is a goal associated with throwing the White House occupant over board now rather than later. However, it is not immediately apparent. Perhaps tossing him while the European Empire’s attention is focused on Ukraine is an effort at generating a clean break?

    PEACE 😇

    • Replies: @cohen
  66. I’ve decided that the picture at the top of the article is a preview of Nancy swimming in the South China Sea after the Chinese shoot her plane down.

    • Replies: @Avery
  67. Dr. Rock says:

    Well, speaking only for myself (as if there is anything else), I find this to be a most invigorating time to be alive!

    Just think of it: World War III is going to make WWII look like WWI. “I remember when there was 8 Billion people on the planet!”

    As the old saying goes, I couldn’t be there for the start of human history, but I can be here for the end. The legendary “great culling” was always supposed to kill 90% of the Earth’s population, so I guess, in a way, it doesn’t really matter how.

    Looking on the bright side (funny, eh’?) the coming calamity will give us ample opportunity to do some local clean-up. Like Adopt a Highway, but with people.

    I guess, in a way, it was always inevitable: Either Zombie Apocalypse of Post-Nuclear War Hell-scape, and I don’t mind saying that I think the latter was a wise choice. I don’t want to spend the rest of my worthless existence trying to out-run brain eating undead, I’m just not in that kind of shape anymore.

    However, creeping around in my ghillie suit, scrounging for food, while occasionally doing some “work” doesn’t sound that bad right now. Also, nuclear winter sounds rather refreshing, and it affords me full use of a more comprehensive wardrobe.

    You know how people like to say “it’s always darkest before the dawn”? Well, it isn’t true, as anyone that’s ever watched a sunrise can attest, but despite that fallacy, it’s pretty dark right now, maybe 9:00 pm on a summer evening, and the sun is about to set, and then, it’s going to get really dark at midnight, but by 2:00-3:00 am, our eyes will have adjusted, and we’ll be pretty used to it.

    Most of us won’t live to see the sunrise, and that’s ok, because it’s all about what we do “tonight” that truly matters. Adopt a Highway, but with people.

    Cheers!

  68. Republic says:

    She will be in Taiwan Tuesday night according to many sources

  69. @Thekid

    I wear noise canceling EarPods when out shopping and refuse to dine at any establishment that plays that crap. They buy these low cost royalty oldies playlists designed to drive customers in and out faster than a speeding poleez car on a donut run.

  70. @Athena

    Canada has no independent foreign policy. It simply follows whatever Washington does… Been that way at least for several decades.

    • Replies: @Athena
  71. Avery says:
    @Sir Launcelot Canning

    One of the best captions for that pic.
    Kudos.

  72. Rich says:
    @Charles Britannia

    All rock music is “crap”. Just catchy jingles from our childhoods that bring back fond memories. None of it is any good. But there’s a place in the world for catchy jingles.

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  73. Athena says:
    @showmethereal

    I agree. Washington and the UK (Chatham House) control Canada, using the 5 eyes.

    Canada’s NSA
    yvesengler.com/2021/12/10/canadas-nsa/

    ”The main contributors to the Washington-led Five Eyes are the US’s NSA, Australian Signals Directorate, New Zealand’s Government Communications Security Bureau, British Government Communications Headquarters and CSE. A series of post-WWII accords, beginning with the 1946 UKUSA intelligence agreement, created the “AUS/CAN/NZ/UK/US EYES ONLY” arrangement.”

    • Replies: @dogbumbreath
  74. anon[354] • Disclaimer says:
    @Joe Paluka

    Bhuipnder is quintessential Indian and Hindu name .
    Patens won motel, hotel ,7 Eleven and MAGA Trump.

  75. I’ll tell you what, I’m not a big fan of the Commie Chinks, but If those zipperhead monkeys shoot down Pelosi’s plane, and send that dirty treasonous whore to Hell, I may very well be forced to send them a significant sum as a donation along with a letter of thanks…lol

  76. Yeah, most pop and rock is mediocre and degenerate, no argument there.

    But compared to the absolute SHIT I hear most kids listening to today, it sounds like Bach, Beethoven or Mozart.

  77. jimmy1969 says:

    Andrew is dreaming up fantasies in his head right now to publish …one is how he always wanted Nancy Pelosi

  78. luba says:
    @Emil Nikola Richard

    1. It’s Hu Xijin, ex editor in chief from a Chinese nespaper, posted on his twitter that China’s People’s Liberation Army should shot down American army airplane carrying Pelosi into Taiwan, which is regarded as invasion as US recognise Taiwan as part of China.

    Twitter then locked his twitter account and he was forced to delete his twitter in order to unlock it.

    2. If China’s Prime Minister is flying in Hawaii in Chinese army airplane to visit Hawaii independent movement activists, sell billions of chinese fight jets and missiles to support their indenpent movement and pledge to defend them if US dares to intervene, do you think it is legitimate for US army to denounce China and vow to intervene?

    • Replies: @bombthe3gorgesdam
  79. @Kolya Krassotkin

    Nope. All natural. You must not have much tiddie experience. Bummer.

    • LOL: dogbumbreath
    • Replies: @Kolya Krassotkin
  80. @Notsofast

    One of the greatest bands of musicians that ever lived and had more hit records than anyone, we’re ‘The Wreaking Crew’.

    https://www.udiscovermusic.com/stories/the-wrecking-crew-musicians-history/

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  81. @Athena

    Canada has never been Sovereign…it’s still a British colony.

    https://www.themythiscanada.com/

    “Canadian Patriot Review” describes Canada’s origin as a hoax:

    https://matthewehret.substack.com/p/why-canadas-origin-story-is-a-hoax?utm_source=substack&utm_medium=email

    • Replies: @Athena
  82. A123 says: • Website

    BREAKING NEWS!!!

    Pelosi replenishment captured in flight.

    PEACE 😇

     

     

  83. cohen says:
    @Emil Nikola Richard

    So you were the one who was nominated as asshole of the month. Did you get the award.
    FYI I have worked as a consultant in the largest chemical plant near Katowice. Not far from Holohox prison. My first comment to myself was that those Chimney were awfully small to burn 4 million. In those days the paque use to read 4 million Jews died which was later changed to 1.1. million.

    I know yuo are full of energy and very eager individual but please dont dont be too zealot and stand up when ever they make announcement if the real asshole please stand up. And you are only one standing up qucily. See you around. Get ready I got your number

  84. Athena says:
    @dogbumbreath

    Thanks! This one from Matthew Ehret is great, as always.

    Blocking US-Russian cooperation is not surprising.

    The Brits, France, and now the US, all tried to conquer Russia.

    1763: the Brits conquered the French (lower Canada). The Rothchilds reportedly went to Rome to establish economic ties between London and Paris bankers (and therefore with the Vatican, considered by many as THE ”weapon” of choice against Russia).

    1812: Napoleon tried to invade Russia, and ruined Europe. My ancestors had to quit Europe and emigrate to Canada.

    1853: the Brits tried to conquer Russia during the Crimean war. Scientists like Michael Faraday opposed the war, and asked the Crown not to use their works to wage the war.

    Today: the Brits, US, and France all want to plunder Russia (and Europe). I read that the Siemens (RollsRoyce) turbines required to restart gas flow through Germany are hold by the BRITS. Canada is just a valet that does the maintenance, and doesn’t have the fundamental right to protest against the canadian support of nazis monsters in Ukraine, like a total idiot. Infuriating.

  85. cohen says:
    @A123

    Since when you chose to cutting down your Israeli propaganda againt Palestinians. Your turning into old tricks of turning into cryptic jew. Trying to blend in among common and ordinary. Stick with your satanic operating manual.

    You avoid one of my question? why the Jews act humping in front of wailing wall. Check with your Israeli handlers or grand dragon Rabbi

  86. @luba

    It’s not an analogous situation. The important difference is that Taiwan is an independent nation from China, while Hawaii is not independent from the United States.

    • Replies: @Athena
    , @Commentator Mike
  87. @Rich

    Something that you have in rock and jazz but which classical lacks is improvisation. In classical it doesn’t matter much who is playing the music as long as they’re competent musicians but individual virtuosity shines more in the rock and jazz genres. Some of the rock musicians who are trained classical musicians and can read sheet music could have easily been members of some classical orchestra. Even a self-taught musician like Ian Anderson can play and rearrange Bach. Then you get multi-instrumentalists in rock who can play several instruments. I don’t know, are we comparing apples and oranges?

    • Replies: @Rich
  88. @CelestiaQuesta

    Members of Toto were also behind a lot of music that went under the names of other bands and rock stars. There must be a lot of incompetent bands and stars that were manufactured by producers using session musicians, although some did eventually master the instruments to give a decent live performance, apparently even the Monkees. It’s hard for us untrained musical fans to really judge what really went on behind the scenes. Ray Manzarek of the Doors or Jon Lord of Deep Purple are clearly better musicians than any of the Beatles, or the Beach Boys, given that they are trained classical musicians. But then didn’t Theo Adorno of the Frankfurt school write most of that pop and rock music? (so some claim, not that I believe it, but then anything is possible … it is quite weird that sometime after his death that pop and rock genre declined and none of those great bands were able to write any memorable hits again but just continued living on past glory and re-playing their old songs on tours as they got older. Could it be that they lacked creative talent and that it was someone in the shadows creating their hits while still alive? I mean just look at the Rolling Stones: they’re still around but have they really written a pumping thumping memorable hit since the early 1970s? This raises the question if Jagger/Richards ever really wrote those songs they’re credited with, and the same could hold for Lennon/McCartney, and others).

    • Replies: @CelestiaQuesta
  89. If Pelosi were to be shot down; America should just look the other way and pretend that nothing had happened.

  90. If Nancy Pelosi makes a secret visit to Taiwan and is filmed and photographed there won’t that embarrass PR China that they were unable to prevent her visit despite all the threats? What sort of retaliation could they pull to compensate for that loss of face?

  91. Renoman says:

    I played in cover bands for years and I’ll tell you it’s a monster hit. People that don’t like it are a tiny minority. Structurally it’s a difficult and interesting song to play and sing, a huge hit and more true every day. You’re wrong, suck it up.

  92. @schnelladine

    If I had personal and up-close experience with Nancy’s tiddies, I wouldn’t go around boasting about it.

  93. Athena says:
    @bombthe3gorgesdam

    Most Taiwanese want to stay economically tied with China, not the US or UK. When Ma was there, only a few hundreds protesters backed by Geroge-Soros and US-UK NATO used to attend protests against Ma and China.

    Same thing for the Chinese refugees in Australia. They don’t want the US and UK Nato to intervene in their life. US-UK Nato are despised everywhere on the plantet.

    • Replies: @bombthe3gorgesdam
  94. @bombthe3gorgesdam

    Hawaii was an independent monarchy that was conquered by the US while Taiwan is a part of China unrecognised by the UN or anyone except 13 minor tiny nations. In fact even USA doesn’t recognise Taiwan yet threatens to support it in a war against PR China.

    • Replies: @bombthe3gorgesdam
  95. @Commentator Mike

    As a creative, I believe all art forms are inspired first, then interpreted as to your artist skill. Not all are classically trained or simple self taught geniuses in the arts.
    Take for example CQ, a great natural talent years ahead of those current computer based sample/loop charlatans creating endless noise via sound manipulation with software plugins.
    cRap is 100% computer generated and vocals are processed with AutoTune and other audio shaping tools to correct pitch and extend notes.
    Most all major film scores produced by the Film Actors Guild (((FAG))) are rip offs of Wagner and his German/Russia counterparts. Since their music is now public domain, they can’t get sued for copyright infringement or have to pay royalties. (John Williams, Hans Zimmer for example)
    Peace

  96. Old Prude says:

    Hotel California is one of the most awesome rock songs ever. Anglin is wacked. But we already knew that.

  97. anonymous[403] • Disclaimer says:

    So obviously Anglin doesn’t like Hotel California by the Eagles, calling it “horrible” including it’s guitar solo by Joe Walsh. As compared to what, Andrew?

    I wonder if he’s aware of the complete and utter garbage that comprises most of today’s “music”?

    Today’s (c)rap doesn’t even come close to what he’s calling “horrible”.

  98. Piglet says:

    Well, well, well.

    US House Speaker Pelosi arrives in Taiwan, defying Beijing
    https://wtop.com/asia/2022/08/pelosi-arrives-in-malaysia-tensions-rise-over-taiwan-visit/

    In any case, I suspect her trip through Asia has nothing to do with defense matters but instead she’s just collecting her bribe money.

  99. @Athena

    You don’t know what you’re talking about. A majority of Taiwanese wish to keep their independence from china, and they understand that the US is the only thing standing in the way of a chinese invasion of their isalnd.
    the Chinese in Australia will be lucky to escape internment camps or even mass extermination for siding with their ethnic homeland against the nation which took them in. what the chinese in australia want is antithetical to what white australians want, which is a strong alliance with the US against china.

  100. @Commentator Mike

    All of the United States, including Hawaii used to be under the control of indians or natives, but their rule was displaced by white americans. so it doesn’t matter what hawaii used to be, it matters what hawaii is today, which is undisputed part of the US. Hawaii is no longer under the control of the hawaiin royal family, it is US territory. Taiwan on the other is not part of china. whether it waspart of china at certain points in the past doesn’t matter because today it is an independent nation. Who cares what the official statements of the UN say about it? Taiwan exists as a separate nation right now with the actual backing of the US military, as Joe BIden has made clear, regardless of what any official statements say.

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  101. Rich says:
    @Commentator Mike

    There are some very talented musicians among the rockers, not all, but many. But they make their livings playing catchy jingles that stay in your head for a while. When I go back to the stuff I thought was great when I was a kid, I get a little embarrassed.
    Classically trained musicians are more than capable of improvising, that’s just not how they butter their bread.

    • Agree: Commentator Mike
  102. @bombthe3gorgesdam

    One of the things I actually appreciate about Taiwan is that it is not a member of the United Nations. The UN is just the prototype World Government of the NWO, although I suppose it does occasionally do something useful but I’d have to think hard to find an example of this: perhaps some UNHCR financial assistance to Palestinian refugees. More countries should leave the UN.

  103. Well, now that Pelosi has landed, reunification between Taiwan and the mainland will likely be imminent. Thank you for your hard work, ma’am.

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