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Lowering in remotely detonated bombs seems to make the most sense. Otherwise, you’d either way to send someone down there in a scuba suit, or you’d have to shoot the pipes with some kind of torpedo.


The Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines may have been sabotaged by a remotely detonated underwater explosive device, Sky News reported on Wednesday citing a UK defense source.

The Russian natural gas pipelines might have been breached by mines lowered to the seabed on a long line, or explosives dropped from a boat or planted by an undersea drone, and the bomb may have been placed “months or even years ago,” the report says.

That’s interesting.

Brandon and his Jews announced months ago that they have the ability to blow up the pipeline. They assured us they have the ability to blow it up.

The source added that the explosives were unlikely to have been planted by a Russian submarine, as the Baltic Sea is relatively shallow, making such a clandestine operation not hard to detect.

However, the source said that “a suspected act of sabotage” was “possibly” carried out by Russia, without providing any evidence to support this claim.

Another “Western source” quoted by the outlet suggested that the Kremlin’s outrage over the damage was suspicious, quipping that Moscow “doth protest too much.”

Earlier, Russia voiced its concern over the rupture of its pipelines, saying it could have grave consequences for energy supplies to the “entire continent,” and called for an immediate investigation into the matter. It also denounced any allegations that it had orchestrated an act of sabotage as “stupid and absurd.”

Sky News asked one of the Danes about this “theory” that the Russians did the bombing. He flinched.

This war is being done by the US and the UK, and they are the ones pushing this crazy shit. Europe doesn’t have any interest in this war. Of course, that’s not to say that the people of the US and UK have any interest in this war, but we are the center of the Anal Empire.

This pipeline attack is an attack on Europe more than it is an attack on Russia. Russia has the gas. Europe is now without gas. They no longer have the option of negotiating to get the gas back, which was the goal of the US. They’re also forced to buy American LNG, which was also a goal of the US.

Europe has been an American vassal state since the end of World War II, but before they were at least prosperous. Now the US is telling them to freeze, and when they say they’re not sure they want to freeze, the US bombs their pipes.

A fourth rupture was just detected by Sweden.


The Swedish coast guard has said it’s discovered a fourth Nord Stream gas pipeline leak. The key infrastucture was damaged earlier this week in an alleged act of sabotage.

Initially, it was believed that the pipelines at the bottom of the Baltic Sea were damaged in three locations, with two strings of Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 being affected.

But Swedish coast guard spokesperson Jenny Larsson told the Svenska Dagbladet newspaper on Thursday that there were in fact four leaks in the undersea infrastructure. “Two of these four are in Sweden’s exclusive economic zone,” Larsson said, adding that the two others were in the Danish exclusive zone.

They are saying that this cannot be repaired.


If the damage is not repaired quickly enough, too much salty sea water could run into the pipes lying at the bottom of the Baltic Sea and irreversibly corrode them, German officials have warned, according to the news media outlet. Denmark said on Wednesday that its authorities would be able to launch a probe into the issue no sooner than in a week or two due to “safety concerns,” Tagesspiegel added.

The media outlet does not mention any plans for repair work by either Russia or Germany.

A group of senior German MPs were quick to point the finger at Russia and blame Moscow for the incident. “An attack on the energy supply infrastructure is intended to spread fear and terror,” Roderich Kiesewetter, a German MP and spokesman for crisis prevention for the Conservative Union parliamentary group, told the RND media group.

No one thinks the US didn’t do this. They all know that. If we all know that, there is no way that they don’t all know that.

The media is going to keep claiming that it was Russia, despite how nonsensical this is.

They can just keep saying it, and it will have an effect of muddying the conversation. It has this effect even when everyone knows it’s a lie. Simply blasting out a lie confuses people.

Along with Tucker Carlson and others, Marjorie Taylor Greene is saying that the US did it.

Apparently the global warming people do not care about this gas being pumped into the atmosphere. I have not seen Greta attack the US government for doing this pipe bombing.

I’m not an expert in piping, but this is clearly a massive amount of methane gas leaking into the atmosphere. It’s probably not good for the sea.

Maybe they should light it on fire, so there would be torches on top of the sea? Would that work? It would just be like a stovetop, no?

Just hours before the explosion, Germans were protesting, demanding that the pipes be turned back on.

The neocons are saying that Russian TV playing a clip of Tucker Carlson saying that the US did the bombing is proof that Russia did the bombing and proof Tucker is a Russian agent.

The US is now totally at war with Russia. No one can keep saying “oh well, we’re in a proxy war, which is somehow not a real war somehow.” When you’re blowing up a country’s pipes, you’re at war.

Of course, I was saying before this that we were at war with Russia. The Ukraine thing is such a moronic hoax. Joe Biden goes out there and says Russia is trying to exterminate the Ukraine race, but Vladimir Putin has said very frankly that Russia’s only goal is to liberate the Donbass and make sure the Ukraine doesn’t join NATO. They could have ended this before it started. It’s a totally voluntary war, an elective war, meant to hurt Russia, to try to do a regime change in Russia.

The stakes keep getting higher with every escalation.

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  1. You know war is the goal for the simplest of reasons.

    No one is calling for a cease-fire or armistice to get both sides at the negotiating table.

    • Agree: Wokechoke
  2. Jon 80085 says:

    There will be a response to this…

    Watch out for the cables and pipes being cut around the US and EU. A few spy satellites may also turn into shooting stars. The LNG tankers going into US ports may find a larger than normal limpets hitching a ride.

    The end of the empire is near. Good riddance.

  3. SteveK9 says:

    The US attacks Russia and Germany directly. Who would have believed this possible a few years ago. I can’t even understand our oligarchs. They will die as well.

    Environmental damage is inconsequential … that is a red herring of sorts. But, the effect on World politics will be huge. Beyond what the Germans think, this must be a shock to the Chinese and Indians as well. The US is willing to destroy billions of dollars of infrastructure of Russia and Germany in an attempt to maintain the empire.

  4. neutral says:

    It should be clear as daylight now that the US regime people are just a bunch of cockroaches, this includes the majority of the politicians, the alphabet agencies, the media propaganda machine and their state corporations (Google, Amazon, Raytheon, Monsanto, etc). This regime has zero redeeming qualities, so the question really is if this is the case why do the people in America tolerate this? The fact that they do tells me that the true rot lies in the majority of the American population itself.

  5. Danish Foreign Minister Jeppe Kofod says the “huge explosions” that caused leaks to the Nord Stream pipeline were “intentional” and that countries across the EU and NATO are working together to “cook up a narrative“.


    • Replies: @Z-man
  6. Wokechoke says:

    Bornholm was the site of one of the last battles in ww2 Europe. A Soviet flotilla landed there and battled the German garrison. How fitting that ww2’s embers extinguished there and that the flame of ww3 was ignited in the same place.

    The Danes and Swedes should be ashamed for allowing the US and UK to do this. Millions of Europeans are going to perish.

  7. Wokechoke says:

    The Baltic has a unique ecology. The sabotage will alter a segment of the chemistry there for some time.

    • Replies: @SteveK9
  8. The sites of the blasts are crime scenes. Explosive residue, parts of the bomb casings, and whatever means was used to attach them to the pipes remain. Russians should be part of any forensic investigation, or it can assumed to be illegitimate.

    Nobody could have pulled this off without being detected by Danish or Gazprom security, unless a bunch of NATO ships and underwater assets just happened to be holding exercises in that very location, providing distraction and noise.

  9. Dumbo says:

    and the bomb may have been placed “months or even years ago,” the report says.

    Yep, those charges were put up on the pipeline by the US or its minions way before. Maybe even before the invasion.

    Then, at a specific date and time – just after the end of the referendum, what a coincidence — they were remotely exploded. Kaboom.

  10. @Jon 80085

    Expect an uptick in the services of sub-sea inspections.

    The first order of business is to survey the NS lines for explosives which may have been planted but failed to detonate.

    • Replies: @anon
  11. Notsofast says:

    the u.s.s.r. fell because the people living under the system lost faith in their government and began to look to the west and buy into their propaganda, feeling that their own government did not have their best interest in mind. perhaps this winter of cold showers will sober up the average e.u. citizen and they will draw the same conclusion as their eastern counterparts did three decades ago. can you imagine german tanks shelling the reichstag? i can.

    • Replies: @Astuteobservor II
  12. SteveK9 says:

    I am a Chemist. Explain further.

    • Replies: @Wokechoke
  13. It’s the Russian Jews trying to destroy their old enemy. The devastation of the genocidal Bolshevik terror wasn’t enough to avenge a few hundred deaths due to a century of sporadic pogroms. The entire nation must be eliminated — the better to allow their vulture capitalist cousins to feast on its carcass.
    BTW, I have had cordial relations with most of the Jews I’ve met, except for those of Russian extraction. I can think of just 1 or 2 who were OK. The rest were obnoxious jerks.

    • Agree: Pop Warner
    • Replies: @Z-man
  14. Stop saying Russia did it. This is like someone burning down your house and then telling the cops you did it. its obvious who did it and they even threatened to do it so there is the motive.

    • Agree: HdC, Fred777, WhoaWaitaMinute
  15. @SteveK9

    The world might at last understand how batshit crazy America’s “leaders” now are.

    • Agree: sulu
  16. @neutral

    why do the people in America tolerate this?

    As someone who has never even been out of the USA, I can give you my observations.

    1. Too brainwashed by traditional and social media.
    2. Too dumbed down by 50 years of lowered standards and declining gene pools.
    3. Obsessed about being positive and happy and mindless toothy smiles.
    4. Distracted by idiotic entertainment and consumerism.
    5. Mind-clouding and misplaced patriotism.
    6. A general superficiality.

    And, although I have never been to Europe, I have to wonder if many or most of them aren’t plagued by these same flaws. Judging by current and recent events, I assume they they suffer from these defects as well.

  17. Wokechoke says:

    Methane is also consumed by ocean bacteria as it heads through the water column. Methane is not a toxic gas, but high concentrations can reduce the amount of available oxygen. Marine animals near the escaping gas will be caught up and killed — especially poor swimmers such as jellyfish.

    • Replies: @SteveK9
    , @Badger Down
  18. Emslander says:

    The fact that they do tells me that the true rot lies in the majority of the American population itself.

    Our last effective revolution was in 1861 and the dictator who smashed it is considered to be the most respected President in our short history. Revolution is off the table. Answer your question?

    • Agree: Carroll price
    • Replies: @Realist
    , @Johan
  19. neutral says:
    @Sir Launcelot Canning

    Obsessed about being positive and happy and mindless toothy smiles.

    At least this is not an affliction that one sees a lot in Europe, but in time with the cultural convergence, where everyone on the globe behaves the same, the Europeans will end up like this as well.

  20. Anonymous[259] • Disclaimer says:

    The US Navy has small submarines that can be used in harbors – they are about 20′ long, are not sealed, are battery powered, and usually operate with a crew of two SEALS. The crew uses self-contained breathing units. These harbor based submarines are used to look for mines attached to large ships – or to place mines on enemy ships. I worked on such submarines back in the 1980s and 1990s.
    Planting bombs on gas lines in relatively shallow water would be a natural task for them.
    Of course, the Danish Government would know if such submarines would be based in their waters. And, I am sure that the Russians would know also. I sadly expect that the silly, totally immoral fools in our State Dept. would think that they can get away with some stunt like this. They won’t.

  21. Derer says:

    And EU hierarchy blame Russia for it – an exhibition of pathological hate.

    • Agree: Decoy
    • Replies: @SteveK9
  22. Derer says:
    @Sir Launcelot Canning

    However they are not entirely comparable, excuse for Europe is partly in lack of unity stemming from strong multi-national interests.

  23. Derer says:

    No worry. “The EU and NATO are working together to investigate” – quite assuring.

    • Replies: @Kim
  24. Anymike says:

    The idea that movements and conditions come from the bottom up is one of the world’s great frauds. The Hitler movement in Germany is proof of the that. Hitler was selected early on by certain factions within the elite to be their front man. His base of mass support was within the lower middle class. The working class supported the social democrats to the end. They were the last to go, not the first.

    America’s lower strata is debilitated the way it is because elite forces have decided to make the lower strata be like that. The lower strata is further divided by race. Look at the situation. Advanced higher education for people of non-European descent. None for aspirants of European descent who are not middle or upper class, except for a few model individuals. Who decided that? It wasn’t the street. The elite also controls what background qualifies for the entry level for various careers and who is allowed to advance or not advance.

    The problem is, the situation potentially could explode. It almost did in 2020. The armed black nationalist NFAC (No F***ing Around Coalition) and an armed white patriot group were close enough to engage on the streets of Louisville in 2020. Maybe neither group would really have wanted to engage, but all it takes is for one fool to get a nervous finger and a firefight can break out.

    History is full of examples and precedents.

    • Replies: @tiger_road
    , @Johan
  25. Out of curiosity, would any ships sailing over the methane leaks automatically sink? Some theorize that natural methane leaks in the Bermuda Triangle are the cause of those disappearing ships and airplanes.

    • Replies: @tiger_road
    , @Anon
    , @Tom Welsh
  26. Brandon not having the means to smoke the pipeline is less realistic than John Holmes or Julio Gomez being overlooked in a gay sauna.

  27. @neutral

    Cockroaches are a feisty enduring lot. The first thing their tiny antlers ask while groping around in the crumbs is: Are you crumb or cockroach? They recognize no more complex distinctions. And thus: rule by cockroach. Eternally.

  28. @Anonymous

    Thanks. And I was thinking it was The Submariner. I didn’t collect those comic books. Just Classic Comix so I could pass my English tests. And then I met a beautiful wealthy .. . Unfortunately she was an under..

    I wonder if the toil companies still have some of those devices left over from hyena LyndeyLoon Baine of Humanity Johnson’s Tatums for Peace program where they used them for exploration.

  29. Teddy Cruz blew up the Russkie pipelines.

    Well, Teddy Cruz blew up the Russkie pipeline in the Baltic the other night.

    Teddy Cruz blew up the other one just for spite.

    A natural gas salesman from Canada named Teddy Cruz blew up both Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2.

    Canadian natural gas salesman Teddy Cruz has somehow wormed his way into the US Senate representing the great state of Texas.

    US Senator Teddy Cruz was assisted in his pipeline blowing up endeavors by a shady Polish character named Stanley Kowalski. The plot was devised by JR Ewing and financed by natural gas oligarchs in the USA.

  30. Their Rothschilds’ Plan Is A Monumental Disaster

    • Thanks: Agent76
    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  31. The Russkies responded to the Ukraine proxy aggression of the JEW/WASP Ruling Class of the American Empire by using military force.

    The Russkies know history. The JEW/WASP Ruling Class of the American Empire has pulled the proxy weapon stunt numerous times on the Russkies. In the 1890s and the early part of 20th century the JEW/WASP Ruling Class was using the Japanese as a proxy weapon to poke the Russian bear. The JEW/WASP Ruling Class cooked up some crud about a “Slav Menace” and they nudged the Nips towards war with Russia.

    Back then the ruling class of American Empire was wary of Russkies flowing down the Chinese coast out of the north and they used the Nips to halt the Russkies.

    Now it’s about oil and natural gas and keeping the Germans down and the Russians down and the US military in.

    Let the Krauts have a nuke and be done with it.


  32. SafeNow says:

    A commenter suggests that a winter of cold showers might anger Europe. Well, there is a convincing body of research showing that taking cold showers improves the immune system; leads to a 29% reduction in calling-in sick to work, said a Netherlands study. Any medicine having such effect would be hailed as a miracle drug. Thus, the commenter might have hold of the wrong end of the stick. (Does anyone still use that expression?).

  33. SteveK9 says:

    The solubility of methane in water is very low ~ 0.003% at 10 C. Whatever is dissolved will be diluted very quickly. There is methane in the ocean water already. If a few jellyfish are killed in the methane column that will be infinitesimal compared to the population. You may be greatly underestimating the size of the ocean and our World. It’s too much work (sorry) for me to put actual numbers on something like this, but I would be very surprised if this means anything at all from an ecosystem point of view. Later I may be able to find some analysis. Of course the climate grifters have filled the media with their usual disaster stories.

    • Replies: @shinealight
    , @Wokechoke
  34. SteveK9 says:

    I would say it is too ridiculous for anyone to believe, but the past 10 years have convinced me that people will believe anything they are told by an ‘authority’.

  35. anon[626] • Disclaimer says:

    The Dutch can fix those pipes before winter. Doing it all the time around the world.
    If indeed the area is safe.

    So it will be fun to watch how long it takes. If at all.

    • Agree: Jeff Davis
    • Replies: @Jeff Davis
  36. Notsofast says:

    i was suggesting that the cold showers might sober them up, because they, (like most americans as well), seem to be drunk on neocon propaganda.

    what you say aligns with what wim hof advises and he is an amazing individual, i tried cold showers on the advice of a good friend but unfortunately they did not help my autoimmune issues. wim’s breathing technique is quite useful and combined with rso has provided me with the first improvement in my condition in a decade. even though the cold showers didn’t help my condition, they did give me an all new appreciation of hot showers, you don’t know how much you miss something, until it’s gone.

    • Thanks: SafeNow
  37. Who owns the rulers of the West? The WEF? Could it be that the war between USA and Russia/China is a war against the human race? The WEF vs. the human race? Its no secret that the WEF wants to cull the human population.

    • Replies: @MarkU
    , @Harold Smith
  38. MarkU says:

    Mystery solved !

    A quick search of the sea bed near one of the breaches revealed a bag containing the passports of Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov, an Orthodox Christian bible and an operating manual for a Russian mini-sub.

    • LOL: Bro43rd
    • Replies: @anonymous
  39. MarkU says:

    I think their main priority is to remain in control, mass starvation would be just a fringe benefit.

    • Agree: Jeff Davis
  40. joohater says:

    I’m surprised Brandon didn’t say 6 bajillion joos died in the explosions

    • LOL: sulu
  41. BubbaTuff says:

    Hats off to Marjorie Taylor Greene, the only sane woman in Congress.

    • Agree: Thomasina, nokangaroos
    • Replies: @Jim Richard
  42. sulu says:

    The U.S. would have probably blown the pipeline up a month earlier but we had a rather mild hurricane season. Funny how it was blown up just before Hurricane Ian slams Florida, thereby allowing the weather to dominate the news cycle. By the time the news from Ian abates the pipeline sabotage will be largely forgotten. The C.I.A./Main Stream News certainly have their way of doing things.


    • Replies: @Rev. Spooner
  43. @WorkingClass

    Who owns the rulers of the West? The WEF?

    As I see it, the rulers of the West are theistic Satanists who’ve sold their souls to Satan; that is, they’ve made the deal with Satan that Jesus rejected (Luke 4:5-8).

    Could it be that the war between USA and Russia/China is a war against the human race?

    The Satanists have apparently launched a spiritual war against all of humanity, the apparent goal being to foster decadence and corruption everywhere on earth (i.e. to do to everyone in the world what Satan did to Eve), but a few powerful countries (Russia, China and Iran) are resisting the forceful imposition of such “Western values,” so those countries must be destroyed by any and every means possible.

    • Agree: 24th Alabama
  44. @Anymike

    “The armed black nationalist NFAC… and an armed white patriot group were close enough to engage on the streets of Louisville in 2020”

    Indeed. I always thought that was the most dangerous moment in the last 50 years in the US. I don’t think the tensions decreased, the opposite happened actually. A full blown racial war is a real possibility.

  45. @Hapalong Cassidy

    “… Some theorize that natural methane leaks in the Bermuda Triangle are the cause of those disappearing ships and airplanes.”

    That Berlitz guy and his book… no ships or planes have dissapeared in the last 50 years.

    • Replies: @Stephane
  46. Alrenous says: • Website

    Fundamentally a water drone with a bomb is a fancy torpedo.

    Europe doesn’t have any interest in this war.

    They also don’t seem to have any interest in resisting it either.

    Also Poland, at least, is a notable exception.

    I’m not going to care about them more than they care about themselves.
    That’s a joke, obviously I’m not going to care about them at all. It’s not my Europe. They’re not hiring me to make it not suck. Not my business. They can machine-gun themselves in the foot if it makes them happy.

    Simply blasting out a lie confuses people.

    People are pretty stupid, yeah. It’s best not to put stupid people in positions of responsibility. Luckily voting doesn’t work, so that’s already happened.

    It’s a totally voluntary war, an elective war, meant to hurt [Biden]

    Working pretty great too, it seems. Brandon not coming across as confident or playful, so probably butthurt.

  47. @SteveK9

    This has nothing to do with maintaining the American empire, and in fact that is the last thing that organized jewry cares about.

    All they care about is trying to screw Russia as a payback for kicking them out.

    Every citizen in the western world….all of Christendom should be in the streets demanding an end to the jewish domination of our nations.

    It’s so obvious that every political move is being done for jewish interests, while each move does great harm to whites all over the world.

    It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see what is going on.

  48. I confidently predict that if and when the facts come to light, I shall be proven correct.
    One might speculate that the perpetrator is the Zionist run state of USA, in support of the Zionist state of Ukraine. (doing what they have threatened to do) Or That it was the Zionist state of Israel. Since this terrorist state not only possesses the technical competence, but also a history of blatant, state terrorist acts against both ‘friend’ and foe worldwide from which it has always emerged blameless because of ‘Muh Holocaust’.
    I reject these and also Ukraine as direct perpetrators for various reasons. So whom do I suspect?
    Britain, that’s who.
    Furthermore, I suspect that the Brits also planned the operation. As a British nationalist, who loves my nation and it’s legacy, it pains me to write thus: But fact is, It’s just the kind of action Britain does and excels in. And should I subsequently learn that the British PTB planned it in secret from their allies in the ‘leak prone’ ZioUSA gov’t, this would not surprise me.

    • Replies: @TheTrumanShow
  49. chris says:

    Well, at least this time when the explosions went off they didn’t add a story of 19 Russian sailors high jacking submarines and running them into the two pipelines.

    • Replies: @TheTrumanShow
  50. Pontius says:

    Serves two purposes:

    It prevents Germany from buckling under and buying Russian gas when the shortages bite (Now youse can’t leave), while simultaneously letting German politicians off the hook, since they can no longer acquiesce to their citizen’s demands even if they wanted to. Although with some German politicians blatantly staying they do not care what the people want or think, this would have hardly seemed necessary.

    • Agree: chris
  51. P.T. says:

    This could reduce global warming!

  52. Jiminy says:

    I was thinking that there would be some sort of automatic valve system at different spots along the length of the pipeline. Some stand alone valves that react to a change in the amount of flow. It’s a shame to see so much infrastructure be ruined because of greed and stupidity.
    If we don’t see a full blown public uprising in Germany soon, then they are stuffed.
    The yanks have sent most of their manufacturing base offshore to China over the last couple of decades and now seek to replace it with German factories and technology. What a fantastic business model.

  53. @American Citizen

    This is odd. When MH 017 flight from Holland to Indonesai shot down over East Ukraine–FOX and CNN and other USA Mailine news were there within 10 seconds telling the viewing audience what they had to know. Same at Wuhan—they were there in 10 seconds KNOWING what had been the culprit–Kiev 2014 –they were there pleased to see people being shot and in Odessa people beijng torched alive —but a HUGE event as this ———no ariticles –no instant theory —–a non event —

  54. @American Citizen

    No one is calling for a cease-fire or armistice to get both sides at the negotiating table.

    This statement is correct – but only when considering the collective West in isolation from the rest of the global community of nations. China has been calling for a ceasefire now for months, as have many other halfway decent nations.

    For clarity, please keep firmly in mind, when Russia and Ukraine had actually hashed out a potential ceasefire and armistice brokered by Turkey, it was none other than the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson who traveled to Kiev specifically to destroy that agreement and direct Zelensky to perpetuate the conflict.

    It is the West – in particular, Washington and its clueless vassals – who want World War III. As do the Satanic Globalists fronted by that repugnant fat genocidal arsehole Klaus Schwab and his legion of stooges in the supranational cabal operating out of Davos.


    Although somewhat off-topic, the following video captures the essence of what we’re dealing with here (be patient – the first part of the video deals with the recent departure of Dr. Fuellmich from the Corona Investigative Committee, and his intention to start a new investigative committee – wait until the latter part of the video where Dr. Fuellmich articulates his perception of what’s happening across the Western world and what’s going to be necessary to recover the situation). World War III is just one more means to the end of the Globalists’ wet dream of a New World Order – humanity be damned.

    Video Link

    World War III is coming, whether we like it or not. Martin Armstrong says the Globalists will ultimately fail, but this shit won’t all be over until sometime around 2032 – another 10 years down the track. The billionaire psycopaths already know this – that’s why they’ve built their all doomsday bunkers in places like New Zealand and Argentina.

    • Replies: @Fred777
  55. @Harold Smith

    Good points, reading Job we find satan appearing and boasting of walking up and down the earth and ALL that is in it. ( over 700 military bases worldwide)

    Three temptations of Chist -1. Turn these stones inot bread 2. Jump from tower and your angels will protect you 3.Fall down and worship me and ALL this will be yours.
    Traits of a Hegemon.

    Satan fell with pride and is/was a murderer and liar from the beginning —eat this fruit and surely you will not die——

    By their fruits you shall know them—the united states of satan.

    • Replies: @Kevin Barrett
  56. The United States Navy and the CIA/NSA crowd have been dealing with undersea Russian cables for more than 50 years.

    “Operation Ivy Bells was a joint United States Navy, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), and National Security Agency (NSA) mission whose objective was to place wire taps on Soviet underwater communication lines during the Cold War.”

    These are the initial data/reports on US Navy activity in the Baltic near the NordStream LNG system-

    On 13 May 2022, Kearsarge took part in a PASSEX training with the Finnish and Swedish navies in the northern Baltic Sea.[17] From 17 May to 23 May, Kearsarge and her amphibious readiness group took part in the NATO vigilance activity, Neptune Shield 2022.[18] On 27 May, Kearsarge docked at Tallinn, Estonia ahead of the Exercise BALTOPS 22.[19] On 2 June, she arrived in Stockholm, Sweden.[20][21] On 20 August, she arrived in Klaipėda, Lithuania.[22]

    On September 27, the detachment of US Navy ships led by the amphibious assault ship USS Kearsarge announced the completion of work in the area of the alleged sabotage on gas pipelines. US ships completed their tasks in the Baltic Sea and were spotted heading to the Baltic Straits into the North Sea.

    The group of US ships was spotted 30 kilometers from the site of the alleged sabotage on the Nord Stream-1 gas pipeline and 50 kilometers from the threads of the Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline.

    Other US Navy vessels involved may be the USS Arlington and the USS Gunston Hall.

  57. Odyssey says:

    The island Bornholm and the nearby island Rugen have interesting history, hidden between wiki lines.

    Wiki: “In Old Norse the island was known as Burgundaholmr, and in ancient Danish especially the island’s name was Borghand or Borghund; these names were related to Old Norse borg ‘height’ and bjarg/berg ‘mountain, rock’ because it is an island that rises high from the sea.[3] Other names known for the island include Burgendaland (9th century), Hulmo / Holmus, Burgundehulm (1145), and Borghandæholm (14th century).[4] Some scholars[6] believe that the Burgundians are named after Bornholm.”

    Also, wiki: “All over Rügen are numerous stone monuments, such as megalithic tombs and altar stones that have survived to the present day. By the 1st century, the inhabitants of Rügen were part of the East Germanic tribe of Rugii, who occupied roughly the region that was later to become Western Pomerania and who gave the island its name. The Rugii may have originated from Scandinavia or evolved from autochthonous tribes. In the Migration Period, many Rugii moved south and founded an empire in Pannonia…Some scholars presented alternative hypotheses of Rügen’s etymology associating the name to the mediaeval Rujani tribe.[2][4] From the 7th c. Rujani built an empire on Rügen and the neighbouring coast. It decidedly affected the history of the Baltic Sea area and the surrounding Obodritic and Liutician occupied mainland for the next few centuries. Many traces of their life can be found today.”

    >>> When you remove rubbish from the previous paragraphs, it is easy to conclude that this area was inhabited by Serbian speaking tribes. All toponyms (and surnames) with HOLM and BERG are Serbian. ‘Holm’ is actually the original name of Balkan, changed fairly recently by Anglo/Germans to this Turkish word, which Turks themselves never used. Even wiki says that these tribes are autochthonous but immediately contradicts themselves, mentioning that they were East (!?) Germanic, although Germans originated in Asia. Mentioned are two Serbian tribes, from Liutician (i.e. Ljutici=hot) originated Leibnitz and Martin Luther.

  58. It’s more like IVAN MEETS G.I. JOE/JANE now.

  59. I long to be free from oppression, from lies, from sodomy, from pestilence, and from violence and senseless death.

    I long to be free from America.

    • Replies: @A B Coreopsis
  60. Pray for a bitterly cold winter in the EUSSR so Euro sheeple will get a good dose of what they voted for when they elected ZOG slimeballs like Macron and Scholtz. Mencken’s “good and hard”.

    • Agree: Realist
    • Replies: @GomezAdddams
  61. @Sir Launcelot Canning

    Totally agree with a perfect summary of the befuddled, stupefied state of the American mind or what’s left of it. It takes a special perspicaciousness for someone who has never left the country to see the bullshit for what it really is. As for the rest, it is where America’s fascism draws its support from. SNAFU.

  62. Kim says:

    I hope their investigation is up to the MH17 standard.

  63. zard says:

    How convenient that the energy/economic policies of the WEF are all being advanced/achieved after Schwab’s WEF agent (Putin) invaded Ukraine…lol

    Don’t worry about it, everything is going according to the WEF plans to further devolve western Europe into a techno-Communist slave society, as Chabad agent Putin follows the Rothschild script perfectly..
    Thesis (NATO/Ukraine) Antithesis (Soviet Russia/China) Synthesis (WEF Great Reset/Agenda 2030/Whiteocide)

  64. Anon[938] • Disclaimer says:
    @Hapalong Cassidy

    People have done tests on aerated water (see youtube), it lowers buoyancy but not enough to sink a normal ship.

  65. Odyssey says:

    Twitch bans Russian troll that burns cheap gas on his stove 24/7 and laughs at Europeans: “From Russia with love!”

    Channel “russiangas1” opened on September 11 on Twitch and broadcast the first 3 days with practically no viewers.

    From September 16th, the channel was discovered by some viewers: on December 17th things really got going. That stream lasted 94.5 hours, started going viral, and ended on the morning of September 21, apparently with a Twitch ban.

    The channel was on the air for a total of 131 hours – peaking at 2,595 viewers.

  66. @neutral

    This regime has zero redeeming qualities, so the question really is if this is the case why do the people in America tolerate this?

    What if American proles decided we will not tolerate this! Then what?

    They would march on Washington? And Washington would surrender?

  67. Stephane says:

    Well, some have, but nothing exceptionnal considering the weather patterns and air and sea trafic in the area.

  68. Boeing, Lockheed Martin Moving Forward with Navy XLUUV Acquisition Program
    By: Megan Eckstein
    October 17, 2017 11:47 AM

    The Navy selected Boeing and Lockheed Martin to pursue the Extra Large Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (XLUUV) program, which will test the Navy’s ability to manage a rapid-acquisition project and the Navy-industry team’s ability to develop and integrate an unmanned system that operates completely independently of manned ships.


    Lockheed Martin was awarded $43.2 million and Boeing $42.3 million for the design phase of the Orca XLUUV system and delivery of a technical data package

    Lance Towers, Boeing’s director of Advanced Technology Programs for Autonomous Systems, told USNI News that the extra-large UUV concept will ultimately cost the Navy less money than trying to conduct similar missions with a smaller unmanned vehicle due to the XLUUV operating completely independently of a manned ship or submarine. Smaller “tactical” UUVs not only require a manned ship to be nearby to serve as a host, but their operations can also be limited by bad weather or other factors that affect that host ship.

    “If you’re trying to do something like collect data on the ocean floor, taking a surface ship or a submarine and towing something to capture that data is very very expensive – you’ve got a lot of personnel onboard, things of that nature,” he said.
    “Having something that’s autonomous to go off and do something like the mow-the-lawn pattern collecting that data is far more cost-effective, but the only way to make it cost-effective is to make it operate on its own,” without the aid of a host ship.

    Boeing’s XLUUV entry will be based on its Echo Voyager, the company’s newest and largest UUV in its Echo family of systems. Towers said some alterations would need to be made to meet Navy requirements, but he said Echo Voyager has already proven itself in at-sea testing with Boeing’s own sensor payloads.

    “Echo Voyager is basically an unmanned diesel-electric submarine: it uses a generator to recharge batteries when it’s on the surface, and when submerged it runs off batteries. It’s basically an un-personed submarine,” Towers said.
    “It has the ability to go thousands of nautical miles, versus a tactical one may give you 100 to 200 nautical miles – so if you really want something that has the legs to be able to go the distance” and the capacity to carry the right payloads, Towers said the XLUUV program was the way to go for the Navy.

    The Navy is at the same time pursuing a Large Diameter UUV (LDUUV) – also as a rapid-acquisition program – that would be launched from a Virginia-class attack submarine or from surface ships, whereas XLUUV would be a pier-launched platform. Though both could conduct some similar missions – including intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) – the LDUUV would only be able to stray so far from its host. The Navy views LDUUV as a way to extend the reach of its SSNs and surface ships, whereas XLUUV would be an independent operator that would surface occasionally to provide data to the fleet as a whole.

    According to a Navy UUV systems vision chart, XLUUV will first focus on payload integration work and mine warfare missions, but it could eventually contribute to mine countermeasures, anti-submarine warfare, anti-surface warfare, electronic warfare and strike capability, as mid- to far-term payload additions. LDUUV will begin as an ISR platform but could eventually take on those same missions.

    The two XLUUV design contracts cover a 15-month work period, with a critical design review set for December 2018 and a downselect to one contractor taking place based on the CDR. Towers said the rapid timeline of this project was certainly a departure from other programs, which sometimes have design phases that span two or three years or more – but he said close communication with the Navy would be key to ensuring everyone was on the same page about not only the written technical specifications but also the Navy’s overall intent for the program, which can sometimes get lost in pages of technical documentation.

    As the XLUUV design phase moves on, Towers said Boeing would send its Echo Voyager back out to sea in early 2018 for a second set of sea trials, to continue to prove that the vessel holds up to the harsh underwater environment – significant pressure changes throughout the water column and corrosive salt water among them – and that it can take on whatever payloads potential customers might need.

    “We’re making it so that all the customers can use the application of Echo Voyager without having to spend a lot of money to participate,” he said, noting that Boeing has worked closely with potential customers to make sure the vehicle meets their payloads’ power, space, weight and other needs.
    “If you make it very difficult to get someone’s payload into a platform, that makes it kind of hard for them to want to use it as an approach.”

    The Navy’s specifications for its standard payload interface are outlined in the XLUUV’s statement of work, Towers said.

    The Lockheed Martin Marlin Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) System offers the ability to conduct structural surveys, pipeline inspections, bottom debris surveys, and subsea facility inspections. The 10-foot long submersible quickly generates accurate, hi-resolution, 3-D, geo-referenced models, giving users a clear view of subsea structures. Lockheed Martin photo.

    Lockheed Martin, the second competitor in the XLUUV program, told USNI News in a written statement that its bid was based on its Marlin Autonomous Underwater Vehicle and informed by “more than 40 years of experience developing and delivering advanced undersea systems and full ocean depth technologies,” including 28 manned submersibles and more than 150 remotely-operated vehicles.

    • Thanks: A B Coreopsis
  69. @Harold Smith

    Thank you H.S. Our rulers clearly are in the service of evil. And I share your Christian perspective. The nations of Iran and China would describe evil differently. Yet they come together with Christian Russia to resist.

    What of American Christians, dwelling as they do in the belly of the beast? How will they contribute to the resistance of evil?

    • Replies: @Minnesota Mary
  70. Tom Welsh says:

    USS Kearsarge was steaming up and down right over the crime scenes right at the time the blasts occurred. And flying off helicopters that patrolled the pipelines.

    Most unlikely any sabotage could have taken place without the US Navy knowing about it. Besides, what exactly were they doing right there at exactly that time? Looks to me as if they don’t care how obvious their guilt is. They just shrug and point to their thermonuclear arsenal.

    It has been plausibly suggested that the explosives were remotely detonated. Under 50 metres of water you couldn’t do that with a mobile phone (as in the movies), but I imagine there are means.

    The strongest analytical tool is “cui bono?” And it points directly at Washington. Russia shrugs (another few billion lost, to add to the gold reserves, etc. – but what is money when you own the world’s largest country, bulging with natural resources?)

  71. Tom Welsh says:
    @Hapalong Cassidy

    A ship or even a small boat sailing right through the methane bubbles would probably sink immediately. The design of all water vessels relies on (usually very safe) assumptions about water pressure. If the external pressure falls even a little, a ship is likely to sink – perhaps very quickly.

    On the other hand, the affected areas are quite small. The largest was about 1 km wide, from memory. And the local authorities have banned shipping from the vicinities.

    It shouldn’t be long before the pipes are full of sea water, and then the phenomenon will stop. Unless someone pumps some kind of gas (even air) in under high pressure to keep the water out – which doesn’t seem worth while.

  72. Jews did it. Jews control the US deep state.

    Video Link

  73. bispora says:

    The best proof that America carried out the terrorist attack will come from the fact that a fact-finding mission will find the remains of explosive devices used by the Russian army. The US navy has such Russian-origin explosive devices and, although this kind of fraud is obvious to the average person, the global media will use the headline ‘Russian naval explosives found near pipelines’ to perfectly mask the truth. And 90% of the people will believe their eyes and not their minds, which deep down will ask: qui prodest?

  74. sally says:
    @American Citizen

    A different of opinion as to who sabotaged the Russia to Germany lines (Nordstream 1 and Nordstream 2). Here is the best description and analysis I have yet seen.. It does not agree with the Andrew conclusion of this article by AA.

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @Poupon Marx
  75. Channel Four in the UK had the hatchet-mouthed (very rude expletive deleted) Fiona Hill on, to spew Russophobe venom. The banshee has had a makeover, and looks less like the banshee that lied like a pro during the Trump impeachment, but the same deranged Russophobe psychopathy was there, as vile as ever. The point, of course, is that utterly insane and blatant lying by the ruling nut-cases is simply accepted, not just without questioning, but with the most moronic tripe regurgitated by corpse maggot ‘journalists’, the lowest form of Life on Earth. That cancer is what will kill us all.

    • Replies: @C3OP
  76. @loner feral cat

    ‘At fifty, everyone has the face that they deserve’. Nudelthing is 61.

    • Replies: @loner feral cat
  77. Anonymous[243] • Disclaimer says:

    Europe’s fundamental agreement with the US is a US promise that:
    a) No more WW II or other industrialized war in Europe.
    b) European prosperity, or at least not widespread civilian deaths.

    Whether the US breached the pipelines or not, condition (a) has been violated by the act of breaching, which is a clear act of war in an area of European sovereignty. The breaching would not have been occurred had the US not pushed NATO eastward, and in particular had not tried to include the Government of Ukraine in NATO.

    If the Federal Republic of Germany does not repair the breached pipelines and reach an agreement with the Russian Federation this Winter, condition (b) will be violated. Germans will die from hypothermia and related diseases, and from lack of income due to shut down industries. Again, this would be the result of a chain of events initiated by the US.

    It is likely that the pipeline breaches are mark the historical marker of the beginning of a US retreat from Europe. Since the US has already retreated from Eastern Eurasia, Central Eurasia, Southern Eurasia, and of course from the Levant (barring a holding action in Syria), a retreat from Europe would be the final US retreat from Eurasia.

    How did this happen?

    The US government is currently controlled by a descendent of the urban political machines of c. a. 1900, which were controlled by professional politicians that regarded politics as a lucrative career. The urban political machines, with closely related labor unions and the Solid South, comprised the New Deal and the long FDR administration. WW II gave the FDR administration and its coalition control of the industrialized world less the USSR. Subsequent political fights between ethnic factions within in the New Deal ejected the labor unions and the Solid South from the New Deal coalition, and, after the deaths of RFK and JFK, the ejection of the Irish politicians that had dominated 1900 urban politics. This left the Jewish coalition with escalation dominance, starting in c. a. 1970. The Jewish coalition was, by 2009, effectively dependent on the Black vote, and was replaced as dominant coalition by President Obama’s Black/African coalition during his second term of office.

    The above explains why the US public is not an effective part of politics. The US public has been a spectator to American politics since the New Deal. An historical marker would be the dispatch by FDR of substantial US Navy forces to Pearl Harbor, which lacked the logistical capability to support that force.

    The pipeline breaching operation has a distinctly African political feel to it, in that it involves overwhelming force applied suddenly and without explanation before or after. I’m reminded of Zulu operational methodology and Zulu reliance on aggressive tactics. Note that recent FBI actions embody the same general tactics, as does the treatment of Trump’s administration. As for criticizing the US public for that, well, Shakespeare got it right in “Julius Caesar”: “The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars / But in ourselves, that we are underlings.”

    Again, this is not going to turn out well. Withdrawal of the US from Eurasia would end suppression of various conflicts that will escalate into warfare and suppress traffic along global sea lanes. The result will be a sharp drop in global trade and consequent “supply chain” problems, plus resource acquisition problems, much larger than today. Trading countries that are incapable of autarky will be most affected. Actual starvation seems possible, and on a wide scale if local fighting becomes general.

    Where the Hell have all the damned flowers gone? If Turchin is right, they’re gone with the Snowdens of yesterday.

    • Replies: @MarkU
    , @Anonymous
  78. @SteveK9

    The EVIL psychopaths who rule the West are prepared to destroy humanity in order to maintain the Empire. Billions of dollars, trillions even, are inconsequential. It is us, ie humanity, or them, the minions of the Great Evil.

  79. Karl1906 says:

    The US did it. Nothing will happen. MSM will not report the truth. People will believe the official version. The end.

  80. Sam Smith says:

    They say, a picture is worth a thousand words.

    It’s too bad that I don’t know how to post here a picture that Pepe Escobar has on he Telegram.

    It features the Twin Towers of 9/11 labelled “Nord Stream 1” and “Nord Stream 2”. There is a Germany flag on top of “Nord Stream 1” and a submarine drone with the false flags of the USA and that great democracy in the Middle East . . . flying directly at the Twin Towers. Bitchy Liberty stands between the Twin Towers with her torch lit . . .

    Funny as hell.

    • Thanks: GomezAdddams
    • Replies: @geokat62
  81. C3OP says:

    A German lawmaker says the world will change on Sept 24 and the chamber becomes disturbed by the odd statement. Was it conscience compelled?

    Sept 24 passes with no publicized world changing event and, so, the disclosure is forgotten. But 2 days later, gas pipelines blow up and conveniently absolve the German govt and Nato from fault while their citizens freeze, civilization collapses, and the ww3 contract is signed. “Did I do that?” becomes “it’s not our fault”.

    The pedo death cult benefits – all destruction benefits the globalist pdc. It’s their world, we just live here temporarily if they have their way.

    And the Germans knew…

  82. …countries across the EU and NATO are working together to “establish the facts”…

    That one’s a hoot. Just like the MH17 incident, eh? Sifting for clues. Ever sifting and ever obfuscating the obvious.

  83. @BubbaTuff

    Except that Greene, like Carlson, keeps beating the “democracy” drum. She has to qualify the limits of how far she will go.

    • Agree: Realist
  84. Tantrum says:

    The USA is at war with Europe.

  85. @SteveK9

    Cool so your saying that releasing these massive amounts of gas
    are no big deal. I agree with you, why the hell is everyone so
    worried about global warming then.

    • Replies: @MarkU
  86. They might be pushing that remote control story because the ‘Western intelligence failure and as such NATO uselessness’ one is inescapeably linked to the ‘the Russians did it’ one, and gaining traction.

  87. I get the impression that at the present conjuncture, all of the players know exactly who was responsible for the sabotage including non-decision makers such as the Danes and the Swedes.

    It is unnecessary to debate the combos of possibly who did the physical act, just to know that it was either Nato or the Russians. Period. This particular situation is particularly interesting because even the most rabid ‘Slava Ukraina’ zealot will not embrace the “Russia did it’ narrative because it is too patently ridiculous. The average American idiot won’t embrace it because it involves too much mental triangulation to explain so back to the couch and NFL.

    I don’t watch any MSM so I was shocked when I saw Carlson on Fox the other day by way of MOA. He couldn’t have done a better job if he was on the Kremlin payroll. I further found out that he has a viewership of approximately 4 million. There must be some serious cognitive dissonance going on there and when the PTB gets used to getting away with anything and everything, the hubris will eventually bite them in the ass.

    Maybe they lost sight of the fact that this time they are not rolling over some second world dictator but are actually facing a worthy peer who by all appearances has finally stood up to the proverbial bully in the schoolyard.

    This is where the black swans of war and Rummy’s “unknown knowns” can emerge, and the NATOistas, like the pudgy bully will find themselves at a distinct disadvantage.

    Back to my premise, I sense that this is the same situation when the Moskva was hit. There was a lull where everyone knew Nato participated but no one claimed responsibility, nor threw accusations because by international law a casus belli existed. Then it would be for all the marbles and I don’t think that even the crazies were ready for that.

    The Nordstream sabotage is Moskva to the 10th degree. The only clawback is that Nordsteam 2 is 50% owned/built by Western capital. But the action was like the legend of Cortez burning his ships as it applies to Germany. This is obviously meant to be a ‘last man standing’ conflict.


  88. Count-down for the next Internet cable rupture where banking transactions between the US and EU / UK are terminated

  89. Smollet says: • Website
    @Sir Launcelot Canning

    What would be a pragmatic and effective response from those of us who don’t tolerate it? The only one I can think of that might get their attention is for Ms. Nuland to meet Mr. Heydrich.

    • Replies: @Poupon Marx
  90. C3OP says:
    @mulga mumblebrain

    is Fiona Hill a banshee or banhee?

    • Replies: @Badger Down
  91. Wokechoke says:

    Luckily therefore there’s no reason Germany not to use Nat gas then.

  92. @neutral

    The fact that they do tells me that the true rot lies in the majority of the American population itself.

    See the UK/Great Shitstain? Now try to remember that the amerimutt “culture” stems from the monkey island itself. There you have your answer. The Negro Saxons are defective Sub-Human, and the only mercy to be afforded to them should be nuclear strikes.

  93. And with technology so advanced, it’s not surprising that explosives have been passed through the pipes.

  94. geokat62 says:
    @Sam Smith

    … a picture that Pepe Escobar has on he Telegram.

    • Thanks: Chuck Orloski, Al Liguori, MPJ
    • LOL: A B Coreopsis
  95. satya says:

    The European puppet states are going to see a DARK winter if they continue to side with the criminal Jewish mafia and evil empire. They can choose to continue to give their services or choose to be sovereign and fight back the International zionism, the enemy of humanity.,
    These states have to save money where ever is needed. Britain is looking hard to save pennies in order to servive. Since British BBC (MI6) a PROPAGANDA tool was not able to topple governments in Russia and Iran through lies and deception, then decided to topple themselves instead to survive.

    [BBC Arabic and BBC Persian services are among the 10 radio stations BBC World Service plans to scrap, the broadcaster said on Thursday.
    Nearly 400 jobs will be cut as part of a plan to shift from linear, broadcast content to digital — and in the process, trim £28.5 million from the service’s £340m annual budget.]

    Soon, the zionist run regime of joe Biden has to close ‘voice of america’ to survive. Wait for the COLD winter to watch more criminals falling to the ground.

    Down with Zionism, Down with imperialism.

  96. @Someonelse

    You’re missing the point. Both ‘The Brits” and “The US” are controlled by the Jews. So, who dunnit remains the same whether the hired help is British or American. The “doer” is the same.

    • Agree: Old and Grumpy
  97. geokat62 says:

    Telegram comment posted by Harry Vox:

    So the Jewish gas was a no go in January – Not economically viable because the price of gas was too low to justify the exorbitant investment to get that gas flowing to Europe.)

    Then “someone” blew up the Russian pipeline! How convenient!

    Now suddenly with the soaring price of gas, the Jewish gas project to supply Europe with gas is fast tracked.

    Who benefited from the “mysterious” terrorist attack on Russia’s pipeline?

    OK Lets all say it together one, two, three – THE JEWS!

  98. @chris

    “they didn’t add a story…” Not yet, but they’re working on it.

    • LOL: chris
  99. Fred777 says:
    @Ultrafart the Brave

    “The billionaire psycopaths already know this – that’s why they’ve built their all doomsday bunkers in places like New Zealand and Argentina.”

    Then so much for the Southern Hemisphere being allowed to sit any nuclear exchange out.

  100. Z-man says:
    @Fidelios Automata

    The Bolsheviks are in complete control of the Biden Administration and almost complete control of Congress. You can call it ZOG.
    These serpents must be defeated, either now or at The End of Times.

  101. Realist says:
    @Jon 80085

    There will be a response to this…

    Watch out for the cables and pipes being cut around the US and EU. A few spy satellites may also turn into shooting stars. The LNG tankers going into US ports may find a larger than normal limpets hitching a ride.

    This is always said when the West shits on Russia, but there is never a response.

    The end of the empire is near. Good riddance.

    I agree this would be a good thing, but again talk is cheap…action is what counts.

    • Agree: Old and Grumpy
  102. anon[173] • Disclaimer says:

    This had to have been planted by whoever DID attack the pipeline (US, UK, or Poland, or maybe a joint venture.). And I highly doubt any frogman is going to be carrying a passport when on an underwater mission.

    This trick is so dumb it has Biden and Harris written all over it.

    • Replies: @MarkU
  103. trontos says:

    Dunno about those pipes being irreparable. Most offshore structures are fitted with copious amounts of cathodic protection. I’m sure the pipes are too, since the concrete coating is not 100% impervious. cathodic protection should prevent damage until it itself is corroded. So there must be a window of opportunity, and I’m sure the Germans and Russians know this and the timeframe.

  104. Realist says:
    @Kolya Krassotkin

    The world might at last understand how batshit crazy America’s “leaders” now are.

    Some already understand what assholes are running the US, but no one does anything. The same can be said for the US populace who are continually under attack from the Deep State.

  105. Realist says:

    Our last effective revolution was in 1861 and the dictator who smashed it is considered to be the most respected President in our short history. Revolution is off the table. Answer your question?

    So your answer is bend over and take it???

  106. Anon[984] • Disclaimer says:

    It appears that linked site is down

    • Replies: @sally
  107. satya says:

    The Ukrainians must know who is their enemy, the Jewish mafia, who tried to capture their country using a Jewish clowns like zelensky and Victoria Nuland or Russia. As a result of the Neocon War on Ukraine,Ukraine was destroyed into pieces and Ukreanians became refugees like Palestinians, all by the criminal Jewish mafia members, the NEOCONS. The mafia gets bigger and bigger until is destroyed. Where will Zelensky end up? Isreael???
    Sharmine Narwani
    President Vladimir Putin just signed the documents for the accession of the LPR, DPR, Kherson, and Zaporozhye regions into the Russian Federation. Ukraine just lost a ton of territory.

    • Replies: @Old and Grumpy
  108. ld says:

    Definitely time for US to feel sum pain
    If anyone ever needed a hard slap it is Uncle Schmuel
    EMP over Warshington or the Pentagoon perhaps?

  109. geokat62 says:

    Telegram comment posted by Eric Striker:

    Putin annexation speech paraphrased:

    –After the fall of the Soviet Union, millions were stranded and separated from their Russian roots. They never voted for this breakup. After an attempted genocide, these people have expressed their will, they are now our citizens forever.

    –We call on Kiev regime to negotiate. But the people of Lugansk, Donetsk, Kherson, etc will not be discussed, they have made their choice.

    –Elite circles in the West have shown what they have in store for the people of the world. They thought Russia would never come back. They are not happy with our resource rich country that refuses to give up our culture. They are aggressive to traditional values and cultures.

    –Russia in the 20th century supported the anti imperialist movement, so that nations may follow their own destiny.

    –All countries must surrender their sovereignty to the United States, those who refuse to become vassals are destroyed. They are fighting this hybrid war against us because they want to make us a colony.

    –Japan, Germany, and South Korea are militarily occupied by the US. They pretend they are partners, but the US spies on and intimidates their leaders.

    –USA/ NATO are responsible for the mass immigration problems happening in the world today.

    –American elites are engineering the destruction of Europe so that they can weaken their competitors.

    –European elites understand this, but betray their own people by refusing to fight back.

    –The Anglo-Saxon nations attacked Europe’s infrastructure (nordstream), European leaders know this but are too afraid to say anything about it.

    –Russian resistance has broken those with global ambitions before, we will continue.

    –US dollar hegemony plunders the world’s riches, propping up its racket economy at everybody else’s expense.

    –Russians do not want our children to be made into sexual deviants.

    –Western governments subjugate their own people. They deny people their basic rights. Western elites are openly Satanic.

    • Thanks: CelestiaQuesta, Agent76, Avery
  110. barr says:

    Watching the tortured twisted wordsmithing of BBC,MSNBC,and CNN in an effort to pin the blame on Russia in such baldface leads one to conclude that nothing that US and its vassals have said over last 30 years from the sniper killing on Moscow square to Iraq’s invasion of Kuwait,to Kososvo to 911 and Syria ,IRan and Russia can safely be dumped as pure senstaional and misinformed garbage .

    “Russia is an unreliable energy partner ” BBC guest

    Russia is expected to serve entire EU free of charge . Russia is expected to tolerate the behaviors of the sanction enforcing countries and not respond . May be at best Russia could go to UN and complain to establsih the fundamental democratic just nature of the UN.

    US expects Russia to complain or worse isssue threat of sanction EU but not stop delivering free gas .

    It is like Iraq expecting America respond to atatck by IED and not by drones or F16 or depleted Euranium ,because in their view thats (IED) fair and not the high tech gadgets of murders.

    There is a question – is the IQ going down for those reading NYT or watching TV?
    IQ depends a lot for its real life utility how and when it is exercised .
    When NYT writes that Prague protesters are being told by EU that the gas price is due to Russian invasion , is NYT preventing the exploration of the inquisituve mind, preventing uses of reaosns and logic and skowly making peopel docile passive receptacle of the information ? Psychology of this nature eventually will define the personality ,motivation,ability and patience of mind to challenge assumsptions in other fields of disciplines – math, physics,chem,economy, and law or medicine.
    Blind following and blind acceptance will replace mental effort and lower the IQ.
    When deceived from a wrong and dangerous explanation, people would turn to vodoo science, absurd theories and emotional outrage based claims and be victim to false messiah like Trump or new Italain PM or to ISIS or Modi of India.

    America shows plenty of that already . This leads to accepting leaders like Theresa May,Jhonson and disapproval of Corbyn on the stump . This also explains why new German chanecllor can get away with one false assertion and reasoning after another false reasoning and explanation .

    So does EU’s cituzen from UK to Germany .

    • Replies: @Wokechoke
  111. MarkU says:

    Methane has a relatively short half-life in the atmosphere.

    The total volume of methane in the Nord-stream pipes, while very large, is obviously limited and is not likely to be a disastrous addition to the world’s methane emissions.

    • Replies: @Poupon Marx
  112. MarkU says:

    It is likely that the pipeline breaches are mark the historical marker of the beginning of a US retreat from Europe.

    Economically demolishing Europe as they leave, a variation on the scorched earth policy?

    I’m not convinced that was the original plan but it appears that it will end that way.

  113. @GomezAdddams

    Sheikh Imran Hosein’s eschatology looks increasingly accurate.

  114. @Notsofast

    no, it fell because the leader at the top decided it. I remember reading that more than 70% russians wanted to keep their old system.

  115. @satya

    Not feeling very optimistic about some old school karma befalling the Khazarian mafia. However should it indeed happen Zelensky will be killed immediately rather then rehomed in one of his many worldwide mansions. Dead men tell no lies. Also if the payback is to be stemmed, a dead Zelensky would then be the simple peace offering. Then in a couple of decades he could be the heroic martyred victim in the synagogues while we become yet another round of Rome. It is so predictable and tiring. Sadly it says nothing good about us for gifting them with our willing occupation. Hence the lack of optimism.

    • Agree: CelestiaQuesta
    • Replies: @CelestiaQuesta
    , @satya
  116. @Robert Dolan

    It isn’t America, it isn’t Russia, it is the global judeo-masonic cabal that is a threat not only to Europe but to planet Earth.

  117. MarkU says:

    It was a joke, though given the absurd stories they have given us in the past, one can be forgiven for the confusion.

    • Agree: Automatic Slim
  118. FifthDim says:

    The Baltic Sea is called the NATO Sea, not even a Russian kayak can navigate it without being detected an intercepted.
    NATO’s officials, be careful what you are parroting to the world, because it shows that your Baltic Sea surveillance system is a failure.
    Germany, you now know that the Baltic and Scandinavian countries are also your enemies.

    • Agree: MarkU
    • Replies: @Corrupt
  119. Megoy says:

    The Jews are destroying the white gentile world with their “divide and conquer” strategy. Hopefully they will be tortured to death by blacks and Asians once whites are gone as Jews have proven it is only way to deal with Jews.

  120. Anonymous[243] • Disclaimer says:

    For those who still believe that the Jewish coalition is dominant in the US Federal government and on the Left, here’s a complaint from that was cited in Drudge Report.


    Nine different law student groups at the University of California at Berkeley’s School of Law, my own alma mater, have begun this new academic year by amending bylaws to ensure that they will never invite any speakers that support Israel or Zionism.
    . . .
    Berkeley law students are not the first to exclude Zionists. At the State University of New York at New Paltz, activists drove two sexual assault victims out of a survivor group for being Zionists. At the University of Southern California, they drove Jewish student government vice president Rose Ritch out of office, threatening to “impeach [her] Zionist ass.” At Tufts, they tried to oust student judiciary committee member Max Price from the student government judiciary committee because of his support for Israel. appears to oppose these changes.

    • Replies: @inspector general
  121. Trumpeter says:

    Safenow, a cold shower may be good for you (and help you loose weight) all else held the same. But when added to colder living temperature, less food and nutrition, reduced sanitation, overwhelmed medical systems (both supply chain and staff,) more people living closer for warmth/cost and the biggest add on is damaged immune systems – you should up your estimate of deaths by a factor of ten or more. A lot more.

    – I am sorry to say this, but by the time people start paying attention…
    …The only relevant question will be “Are the vaxxed safe to eat.”

    • LOL: A B Coreopsis
    • Replies: @MarkU
  122. @Kolya Krassotkin

    US leaders has always been batshit. More batshit in the past. It is the proliferation of global internet access in the past 5 years that exposed all the current batshitsness.

    The “batshitness” today pales in comparison to the guano-fecalism of the 40s and 50s

    • Agree: Kolya Krassotkin
  123. If Germany ever regained it’s sovereignty, the holocaust narrative would quickly crumble within it. That is Israel’s nightmare. For Germany to reverse it’s position on Ukraine and activate the Nord Stream pipelines it would have had to withdraw from NATO and probably the EU. American hegemony over Europe would collapse. (What actually supports it now?) Even before the war the Nord stream pipelines presented this threat to Israel. Populist pressure within Germany as winter began to bite made this more and more likely.

  124. @anon

    Somehow, by mistake I submitted this reply to Mark U’s post #39. Here it is in its proper place.


    Exactly. Piece of cake.

    Stupid Americans. Psychopathic (((Neocons))). The US (((Neocons))) hate Germans and Russians with equal intensity. Now (((they))) are advertising to the German people the utter contempt (((they))) hold for them … as for all Goyim.

    In terms of long established undersea repair/maintenance capabilities, the damage is in very shallow water. And also limited to very short sections of pipe at each point of attack. Cut out the damaged sections, weld in new, flush the pipe. and get on with it. Easily doable before Germany runs out of its current winter supply of stored gas — if they jump to it.

    Though the ability to simply repeat the attack remains a challenge.

    Interesting times.

  125. @beavertales

    The sites of the blasts are crime scenes. Explosive residue, parts of the bomb casings, and whatever means was used to attach them to the pipes remain.

    Indeed. And so the drama unfolds.

    Whose naval forces will deploy “to secure(or-‘contaminate’) the crime scene”?

    Kaliningrad is right close by.

    Should get interesting.

  126. The same ones that bomb Nord Stream pipes are the same despicable rats that allow the illegitimate apartheid state of Israel to imprison, confiscate land, bomb and shoot kids in the head in Palestine, allow black hoodrats to burn loot murder and rape with impunity across America, allow millions of illegals to invade our border while they censor criticism and declare half the white population “white supremacists and domestic terrorists”.
    They want to kill a few billion of us, and will not stop until they’ve destroyed energy and food supplies with endless wars while they hunker down in private bunker paradise counting their billions.

    • Agree: Wokechoke
  127. Athena says:

    This pipeline attack is an attack on Europe more than it is an attack on Russia. Russia has the gas. Europe is now without gas.

    An attack on Germany, essentially.

    Reason : Didn’t the NS1 allow Germany to use its NATO’s veto to NOT participate in the war on Libya?

    (I.e., and therefore to continue to have gas from Russia without fear of punishment by the US and UK for not participating in safaris against the Blacks, whose lives supposedly matter except if they are located in Libya, or in other countries where the Western morons want uranium and other resources)?

    If so, Germany’s right to say NO to NATO when asked to participate in the next Western crusades (against Russia and Iran) will be limited more than ever.

  128. @MarkU

    “….remains in the atmosphere for 12 years”. Not so short, but then not anywhere as lethal as hyped by Green Whores and Psychotics.

  129. @Old and Grumpy

    You maybe Old and Grumpy, but you are a wise old sage.

  130. Anonymous[354] • Disclaimer says:

    Nutty Greta saw Putin in a wetsuit with a bundle of dynamite sticks jumping into the Baltic Sea … it must be the Russians!

  131. satya says:
    @Old and Grumpy

    Thanks for your comment. I am sure that these criminals will fall, but before that comes they are trying to destroy or capture the old civilization like Iranian civilization where no one allow these criminals to do that.
    These criminals never build their own civilization, always lived as parasite off of other civilizations but they tried to run them from BEHIND through deception and chaos, what they are going today.

    The world is sick and tired of the mafia’s deception, robbery, terrorism and assassination activities wanting them to be held accountable.

  132. @sally

    I agree. I have read and studied extensively on this whole issue. I spent my adult working life as and engineering officer in the US Merchant Marine-for 34 years, plus 3 1/2 years in engineering school. I have been almost exclusively a “deep water” mariner, on international routes to every continent and practically every port city. A good part of my career was spent as Chief Engineer on U. S. Navy/DOD research vessels with a team of scientists and technicians aboard. I had a Secret Clearance. There was an Operations Room that was off limits even to me. Same with the Polaris missile tracker.

    I have lived abroad and travelled abroad.

    The research vessels, among other duties and undertakings, mapped the ocean floor topography and of course did classified research. We spent a fair amount of time in the Straits of Hormuz and Arabian Sea. We used robot drones and towed sensoring devices.
    I have a very clear understanding what operations take for resources AND time to accomplish undersea operations.

    The explanation above is the best speculation that I-at this point-would endorse. “Russians ships were seen in the area” is like saying “Peanut butter is made from peanuts.” A completely worthless scap of bubble gum wrapper. The notion ( which is all that it can be considered) that Russian instituted this, is laughable. There is no material reason; like whodunit movies, what is the motive”. And Russia has shown itself by its behavior and communication to be at the top of the world’s countries in terms of sincerity, honesty, and honor. They don’t lie and they keep their word and commitments.

    Poland, it seems, as a nation is losing its collective mind. In a surreal fashion, the parallel of several science fiction movies where aliens, either through physical implants or imperceptible force, dominant the minds of the population, putting them on remote control.

    I am seeing Professor Mattias Desmet’s Mass Formation Hypnosis/Delusion forming like a somnambulistic haze over the whole country. What can account for such serial and repeated stupidity?

    Publicly, they have said that they want and will obtain a chunk of Ukraine that was formerly Poland. The are asking for a blank check of military and war resources in order to be on a permanent war footing against Moscow. Now they are demanding that Kalingrad be divided up and shared with Czechia and Poland. Just like that!!.

    To me, this is bizarre, again like a science fiction movie. To date, nobody I have read has found this behavior as out of the norm of the accepted boundaries and definition of mental health and hygiene.

    The amount of people that can think, cogitate, and evaluate is seemingly ever shrinking. This is extremely alarming.

    • Replies: @Wokechoke
  133. Johan says:

    The idea that movements and conditions come from the bottom up is one of the world’s great frauds


    Indeed, if it would be up to the people at large, societies would remain stagnant for millennia. Al revolutions come from the higher strata, and often just a handful of people ignite it, and sometimes it wasn’t the original intention. This idea of people’s revolution comes from democratic propaganda and the democratic mindset, and broadly from collectivist systems like democracy and communism. Moreover, changes brought about by big revolutions always lead to disaster sooner or later.
    People peddling ideas of revolution by the masses are just ignoramuses, they could as wel try to blow life into zombies.

    As said, it is not the world greatest fraud, it originates from the Western democratic church and Western born philosophy of communism, thus scum and fools under the direction of demagogues, often psychopaths.

    • Replies: @A B Coreopsis
  134. @SteveK9

    Let us not forget the downing of Malaysian Airlines MH17 over eastern Ukraine in 2014. Almost 300 fatalities, mostly Europeans. Lots of hue and cry at the time with a heavy implication that Russia was somehow responsible for the disaster.

    As it turned out, the wreckage was recovered in Russian controlled territory. The Russians handed over all evidence to the Western authorities to get a full forensic report on the matter. After a month of waiting, we get a nothing-burger report that informs us the plane was shot down from the outside by a missile (i.e. telling us what we already knew).

    The matter was quickly swept from the news and is hardly even mentioned today. You can bet your bottom dollar that if there was any evidence the Russians really did do the atrocity, you’d never hear the end of it. That dog didn’t bark then, and it looks like it isn’t barking now.

    Nobody in the EU did anything about that crime then. What are the chances they’ll do anything now about this terrorist act by the US?

    • Replies: @Wokechoke
  135. MarkU says:

    – I am sorry to say this, but by the time people start paying attention…
    …The only relevant question will be “Are the vaxxed safe to eat.”

    I can’t think of any reason why not. Cooking is a pretty reliable way of denaturing proteins, though the brain and spinal tissues should be avoided to reduce the risk of prion diseases. As I understand it prions are somewhat more resistant to high temperatures, which is why CJD (Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease – otherwise known as mad cow disease) was considered a hazard.

    I hope that helps.

  136. @sulu

    I think it was the fear that demonstrations in Germany would grow asking for the pipelines be restored that sparked the sabotage. Now that’s off the table.

    • Agree: MarkU
    • Replies: @sulu
  137. @geokat62

    Sounds good, except no mention of the unmentionables behind the Anglo-Saxon nations and their wars. But I guess that’s how it has to be for the time being, and we have yet another euphemism for the you know whos – “Anglo-Saxons”.

  138. Agent76 says:

    Sep 27, 2022 Dangerous Problem in Russian gas line | Mystery leaks hit raising European suspicions

    Sep 26, 2022.German Energy Apocalypse Update V

    Germany has nationalised the gas importer Uniper, to save it from insolvency in the face of the Gazprom gas stoppage. Robert Habeck’s earlier scheme to save Uniper and other importers involved the imposition of a gas surcharge of 2.4 cents per kilowatt hour on all consumers, but the government appears ready to scrap this plan just days before it was set to go into effect. Instead, some politicians are now talking of capping gas prices, though as far as I can tell, nobody has any idea how.

  139. Wokechoke says:
    @Hamlet's Ghost

    On top of that…the Moscow Apartment Bombings.
    Who is to say that the Chechens were not doing that on behalf of the CIA?

  140. Wokechoke says:
    @Poupon Marx

    Poles really might have mixed up too much with the Ashkenazis.

  141. Wokechoke says:

    Did Saddam even ignite those oil wells in Gulf Storm?

    It’s an honest question now.

    • Replies: @wormssnakesbrain
  142. pyrrhus says:
    @Jon 80085

    Yes, given that the US electricity network is extremely fragile, and that destroying a small number of transformers would wreak havoc, one would think that the crazies in State and the Pentagon would be reluctant to start this kind of war…

  143. Lurker says:

    America’s fascism

    America’s Bolshevism.

    • Agree: USGrant
  144. Alfred says:

    Tom Luongo has an interesting take on this. He reasons that the WEF persuaded the Neocons to carry it out. The objective of the WEF has always been to impoverish and feudalise Europe – after genociding 90% of the population. Millions are going to die in Europe this winter – from the cold and from the jab. They will blame it as usual on Covid. And our kind host will oblige by confirming it while seeking the source of the elusive “virus”. 🙂

    The Curious Whodunit of Nordstreams 1 and 2

    • Thanks: dogbumbreath
    • Replies: @Sir Launcelot Canning
  145. The US is now totally at war with Russia. No one can keep saying “oh well, we’re in a proxy war, which is somehow not a real war somehow.” When you’re blowing up a country’s pipes, you’re at war.

    I say:

    The USA is not at war with Russia.

    The JEW/WASP Ruling Class of the American Empire has used the Ukraine proxy to wage war against Russia.

    The JEW/WASP Ruling Class of the American Empire is using MASS IMMIGRATION as a DEMOGRAPHIC WEAPON against the European Christian ancestral core of the United States of America.

    Other ways of saying the ‘European Christian ancestral core of America’ is to say historic American nation or White Core America.

    The JEW/WASP Ruling Class of the American Empire is using White Liberals or White Upper Middle Class Snot Brats or Evil White Boobs of whatever class or type as minions and flunkies and dupes and apparatchiks and White Core Americans must use the Immigration Issue as a battering ram to completely and totally destroy the evil and treasonous JEW/WASP Ruling Class of the American Empire.

    I hereby call for the immediate arrest of Kamala Harris and Joe Biden for the crime of aiding and abetting the illegal immigration invasion of the USA and I hereby state that Biden and Harris have illegally and treasonously provided the illegal alien invaders with jurisdictional safe harbors designed to attack and destroy the territorial integrity of the USA and the sovereignty of the USA.

    Arrest Joe Biden And Kamala Harris Immediately For Crimes Against The USA

    Once Biden and Harris have been arrested and prosecuted and found guilty and imprisoned I propose that we all drink copious amounts of cold delicious ale in celebration of a return to justice in the USA.

    This so-called “diversity” just means less White people or no White people.

    White Genocide is accelerating and the JEW/WASP Ruling Class of the American Empire is pushing White Genocide in all the European Christian nations under its sway.

  146. anonymous[658] • Disclaimer says:

    He didn’t Name the Nose, but he did the next best thing. Most of the world knows how full of excrement ZOG is, but the next step is having the courage to carve out a new global currency system and trade system. Isolate the rogue empire and its masters in Tel Aviv. They can’t bomb or murder the whole planet without creating an existential crisis for themselves. Time for the world to stand up.

  147. Corrupt says:

    While I don’t discount the possibility that the US or other western aligned power is behind this, it is NOT ridiculous to think that Russia is not capable or have reason to do it. What better way to sow discord among allies than to blame the US for something that will greatly impact the EU? The Russians might have valves that could turn off the flow, but this is a much better way to break up NATO, as turning off the valves would only unite it.

    • LOL: chris
    • Replies: @MarkU
    , @Timur The Lame
  148. Johan says:

    It is your schoolbook ignoramus version of history which makes you believe that the masses ever did revolutions. No masses ever in the history of the world fought for freedom, justice, or anything above the level of basic necessities on their own initiative. What you can try is to confiscate all the bread in the country, then the people wil revolt, just long enough to get the bread. Perhaps today, if you take away their flatscreens, a revolt might stand a chance, to get the screens back.

    • Agree: Alden
    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  149. Corrupt says:

    That is downright false. Evidence of Russian mini-subs in the Baltic in other countries territorial waters has been available since the 1980’s.

  150. @Alfred

    I was looking at their 58 page list of participants in their last picnic:

    There are people from all over the world that went. I just don’t get this group. Very hard to pin down.

    I did notice that Wikipedia’s Jimmy Wales was there.

  151. @WorkingClass

    Christians will follow the Way, the Truth, and the Light.

  152. @mulga mumblebrain

    Without a doubt, coyote ugly.

    Like a black widow’s red hourglass.

    The creator’s way of warning potential suitors.

  153. @Wokechoke

    Did Saddam even ignite those oil wells in Gulf Storm?

    If I remember correctly from Ramsey Clark’s book, The Fire Next Time, US rocket parts found at oil wells.

    Where there’s a crime look first to US/Israel, then to Israel/US with US mostly also Israel.

    Small criminal/thug/gangster world.

    • Replies: @aandrews
  154. @Anonymous

    Very encouraging to see young people aggressively aware of the JQ.

  155. aandrews says:

    Timestamp 12:50
    “…I have no doubt that the U.S. committed one of the most extraordinary terrorist events against civilian infrastructure, against primarily an ally, Germany, in the history of the world since World War II. ”

  156. The inception of these attacks are revealing, as they tell us in so many words what they’ve plan days, weeks, months, even years before they’re implemented.
    Looking at planet/Star alignments, the worst has yet to arrive. October and especially November will be a turning point on humanity and life on this planet.

    • Replies: @loner feral cat
  157. aandrews says:

    You must mean War Crimes: A Report on U.S. War Crimes Against Iraq.
    The Fire Next Time is James Baldwin’s book.

    • Replies: @wormssnakesbrain
  158. Agent76 says:

    Sep 27, 2022 Russian FM Sergey Lavrov United Nations Press Conference – September 24, 2022 – English Subtitles

    Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov takes questions from the press at a news conference following his address at the UN General Assembly, September 24, 2022

  159. “No one is calling for a cease-fire or armistice to get both sides at the negotiating table.”

    If Ukrainians want to negotiate that is up to them. However, if you barge into my kitchen and demand I negotiate about which of plates you demand I give you —-

    be prepared for a fight.

  160. Does Western Europe want total war with Russia?
    The “German” [sic!] Marshall Fund, founded by a
    Jew named Goldman, thinks so, and provides a
    “study” to prove it. According to this, America is
    extremely “popular” in Europe and is considered
    to be the “absolute unchallenged world ruler”. In
    addition (as already the Jew Friedman “predicted”)
    Poland is granted a significantly higher world po-
    litical significance than, for example, Germany.

    This reminds me of an assignment I once had in school.
    I also did “surveys”. With 10 people. In the end, I just
    wrote everything myself and didn’t ask anyone at all.

    The “Visual Capitalist”, at least, thinks that not
    a single livable city exists in the United States.

    Man is not allowed to become a
    policeman because of back tattoo.

    You would never have seen his back
    tattoo on duty, but the state of Rhine-
    land-Palatinate rejected the police
    applicant anyway. Reason: the motive.

    The man had the words “Loyalty, Honor,
    Respect, Family” engraved on his back.
    The country therefore had “doubts about
    his “character suitability”: the tattoo with
    the font “Old English” gave the impression
    of a “code of honor”, which, among other
    things, could not be reconciled with the
    values of a “modern citizen police”.

    The rejected applicant objected, calling
    the decision arbitrary. The Trier Admini-
    strative Court did not agree with him.

    From last year: Man asks police to jail
    him because life at home is ‘unbearable’

  161. MarkU says:

    It is fairly ridiculous to think that the Russians would burn their last leverage with the EU and the Germans in particular by attacking their own infrastructure. It is even more ridiculous to imagine that the RF would dare to try something of that nature in what is probably the most closely watched part of the sea in the world, inside the exclusion zones of Sweden and Denmark It also opens them up to a huge variety of false flag shenanigans which would be routinely attributed to them as reprisal.

    The US was demonstrably in the area at the time, using exactly the sort of equipment required, had clearly threatened something of the sort on at least two occasions, had means, motive and opportunity and a well established record of criminal aggression.

    • Replies: @chris
  162. @CelestiaQuesta

    So be it.

    Let’s get this started.

  163. @Sir Launcelot Canning

    I don’t see a lot of smiling faces in my part of the country (even fewer now than a couple of years ago). Take a nice long drive through a black neighborhood if you’re sick of seeing Americans smiling at you… you’re saying the rest of us should be more like them?

    Meanwhile, the happiest bunch of folks that I’ve seen recently was a busload of Scandinavian tourists. I’d be willing to bet that they go back and tell their countrymen how sullen all the Americans looked…

  164. @Corrupt

    Hey, that be some good thinking Bro. Circles within circles, games within games and all that. I like the cut of your jib. You are kind of a Junior G Man like they had certified in the cereal boxes.

    There are some problems with your theory though. Right off the hop would be the fact that if the Russians did blow the pipelines, they kind of would remove their major trump card which coincidently happens to be the major bone stuck in the throat of NATO such that when populations suffer, people become uncontrollable and their leaders have visions of a mutilated Mussolini being urinated on by peasant women before being strung up. Unemployment and freezing in the winter can bring those things about.

    But still your theory that the Russians are so clever that they can fuck Europe and themselves up at the same time because no one would ever expect something so RIDICULOUS (your emphasis) makes sense if the blunt is thick enough.

    I’ll wait for your next installment where if the Kremlin were to explode, you would put forth the theory that Putin is ramping up the pressure to show the West that he really means business because if he can blow up the Kremlin, surely he could do the same to Washington.


  165. Anastasia says:

    Do they truly believe they are weakening Russia. They want war. Could there be any doubt? The hurricane was a distraction from their true plan to distract from the nordstre blow up by the US. Weather modification has been in place since the reign of JamesForresthal secretary of Defense . Read his hospital record on What is happening is an exact copy of WW2

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  166. gatobart says:

    During the Cold War the world grew accustomed to seeing these crisis between the two nuclear superpowers, the U.S. and the Soviet Union, from time to time. It could have been a big situation in the Third World like the Missile Crisis of October 1962 in Cuba or some other minor skirmish in Asia, Africa or even Latin America. And most of the times those crisis would end up with both governments meeting in secret and closing some kind of a deal that would accommodate the wishes and interests of both… usually also screwing up some third party in the process, most of the time some Third World country, regime, government. Because of course, for both superpowers to benefit someone else had to pay the tab.

    Paul Craig Roberts argues with a lot of reason that those times have past and such a thing is impossible now because the people calling the shots in Washington are either raging lunatics or hopeless imbeciles so there is no way that Putin could even start a fruitful discussion with them. But if we assume for a moment that sanity has prevailed in the corridors of power of the Amerrican government, or rather in the Kremlin, and that they are ready to close a deal with Moscow, one that takes care of the ambitions of the Amerrican Empire in Europe while giving Putin the assurance that he has at last a land shield in the West of Russia which will give his Russian soul tranquility, we may speculate how that could be achieved, what events need to happen to take them both on that road. And this event may pave the way for such an arrangement, whoever was who perpetrated it. But one last condition has to be meet and that concerns the main actor in this drama, the man who provoked all this after all, with his absurd, inexplicable and ultimately completely hopeless love for a girl who has never loved him and who will never will because she has already a love, the love of her life, a bad boy at that, a man she will never leave, no matter how badly he treats her, how much he abuses her and who may even go to the extreme of killing her because, as I said, he is a bad boy. But she doesn’t matter, because SHE LOVES HIM. And Putin, the good boy, has to stop dreaming about getting the girl Europe, cajoling and showering her with gifts and trying to make her happy because she has already has a love of her life, the U.S. and she will never stop being loyal and obedient to him no matter what. All it takes for a deal is for Vladimir Putin accepting what I have been saying for a decade in every web platform where I can put an opinion, parroting PCR more or less, that Russia has no friends west of her Western border, except some little nations who could be allies, Serbia, Hungary, Greece, etc. But the big fishes are ALL enemies, they hate him & Russia. He must forget about being their friend and act like the leaders of the Soviet Union always did, to keep showing their teeth to the collective West so they would respect Mother Russia. The greatest blunder in Putin’s foreign policy for two decades, and I may add the greatest insanity, has been to think that he could make the West love Russia and now we see the consequences of that disastrous attitude. He lost Ukraine, he almost lost Syria and the Middle East and he has brought the world to the brink of nuclear war. And anyway, Europe is a decadent continent anyway, is fast going on her way down, it won’t be long before it becomes part of the Third World thanks to her gringo paramour. When I was a university student in South America we used to worship European, we had them on a pedestal, and my dream was to graduate and go live in a room in the Paris Rive Gauche and mingle with French intellectuals, like many of us did. France was the center of the universe for us, the Mecca of universal culture,. But now I pity and despise the poor fools so I can’t see why Putin can’t do the same. The women she still sees as a young, beautiful angel is not anymore, just an old, smelly hag who nobody wants anymore and as a South American I can attest to that.

    So Putin, stop being stupid, let the Amerricans have Europe, they deserve each other and start working where the future lies, in the East and the South. And I am sure the gringos will be more than happy to give you all of Eastern Ukraine in exchange and you will never have to worry anymore for the Nazis over there as Poland and Rumania will be more than happy to step in and close that deal.

  167. “Ukraine doesn’t join NATO. They could have ended this before it started. It’s a totally voluntary war, an elective war, meant to hurt Russia, to try to do a regime change in Russia.”

    uhhh, excuse me. Russia initiated the war.

    • Replies: @MarkU
  168. The zionists control the ZUS and they proved it by blowing up the Russian pipelines to destroy the people of Europe by destroying their economy and guaranteeing a nuclear war with Russia which will destroy Europe and the ZUS while the zionists sit out the nuclear exchange in their DUMBs aka deep underground military bases, this in the zionist insanity will be a win , win for these satanists, they will depopulate the world and emerge as the absolute rulers over what is left.

    Zionists are destroyers of nations and humanity and they are destroying America.

  169. Almost nobody in Germany believes, that Russia has anything to do with the sabotage on Nordstream 1 and Nordstream 2. Only “our” media is telling the people, that´s in Russias interest to blow up the pipelines because of… yeah what!? Even they don´t know – but it was Russia. Alright.

    Interesting is, that the people in Germany start asking, how somebody [The US] can underminde the souvereignity of our Country.
    For you guys in the US it might be clear, that Europe is ruled by the US, but in Europe, specially in Germany it´s some kind of conspiracy theory.

    Let´s see whats coming next.

    Cheers from Germany.

    • Thanks: Automatic Slim
  170. German Ministry of Defence plan-
    ning Taiwan command in America.
    It’s said to be based in San Francisco.

    You don’t believe that? Why not? “Be-
    cause America is a sovereign state, de-
    nied any influence of foreign authorities!”

  171. Poland is the most likely suspect, and has the least to lose from anyone finding out. Russia or Germany are the most unlikely, since they own the pipeline. The US and Britain could have done it, but they know there is a lot of anti-US sentiment in Continental Europe, and that large numbers of Europeans are likely to put the blame on them.

  172. sally says:

    works fine for me. over and over again..

    what browser are you using.. ? some browsers are blocking all kinds of things..
    also what country are you in.. some countries are blocking all kinds of things..

  173. Brandon and his Jews announced months ago that they have the ability to blow up the pipeline. They assured us they have the ability to blow it up.

    Although it’s generally wise to ignore Brandon’s verbal excrement, this is one load of it that we can take seriously. Whenever Brandon (or one of his handlers or fellow Deep State stooges) brags about the American Empire’s ability to do something stupid and (self-)destructive, not only should we believe that it’s true, but also we should consider it a promise that will acted on imminently.

    • Replies: @Passing By
  174. BayAreaSkeptic [AKA "BayAreaSkeptic2"] says:

    The question of who actually destroyed the pipeline is uninteresting. Russia will be blamed by the western media and political class because the alternatives are counter to the prevailing narrative. They will not even allow their minds to go there.

    Just like Putin supporters will never allow their minds to ponder if this war is worth it.

    • Replies: @Passing By
  175. MarkU says:

    No, the US started the war. The RF finally decided to intervene directly in a civil war started by the US in 2014.

  176. Can a remote signal be sent down 40 fathoms? Wouldn’t it have to be tethered?
    Depth charges vs a large stationary target seems more plausible. Old tech but should still be effective.
    They can be dropped by plane, or by that US craft that was loitering in the area.
    I don’t think it would take anything more complicated than that, but does imply a state actor.

  177. MarkU says:

    What comes next is that they perform an investigation (excluding the Russians as far as possible) while darkly hinting at secret evidence that the RF did it. Next they cordon off the crime scene and destroy/tamper with the evidence. After that its simply a matter of announcing Russia’s guilt and then prosecuting them for damages in the nearest kangaroo court. And the press will print it all, without batting an eyelid, big tech will censor opposing voices for ‘misinformation’ and a sizeable proportion of the western population will lap it up, because the media can’t all be lying can they?

    • Replies: @SafeNow
  178. As I have emphasized time and again: capitalism knows neither borders nor nationalism.

    German companies continue to expand their locations in the USA Washington lures German companies with cheap energy and low taxes. This is especially true for the southern states. Berlin is alarmed – and wants to take countermeasures.

    In the wake of the Ukraine war and the energy crisis in Germany, the USA is stepping up its wooing of German companies. In addition to cheap energy, numerous US states are also offering tax breaks and other assistance. This is especially true in the southern states.

    “We recently had the lowest energy costs in the U.S. in eleven out of 14 quarters,” says Kevin Stitt, Governor of Oklahoma, for example, in an interview with Handelsblatt. Georgia’s Secretary of Commerce Pat Wilson argues similarly: “Our energy costs are low and the grids are stable.”

    A few Russians are fleeing the partial mobilization recently imposed in the country – at the moment mostly to Georgia and Kazakhstan. But the Germans are also on the run. However, they are not doing so on bicycles, but rather at the factory, plant and company level.

    The Wall Street Journal published an extremely curious article about the fact that the relocation of German chemical companies to the USA has begun. So – how do you …? After all, aren’t the chemical and pharmaceutical industries two of Germany’s most important industries? Similar information also appeared in the German Handelsblatt, except that the entire Volkswagen Group was the subject there instead. Its management declared that it would have to move to the USA if energy prices in Europe remained at the same level.

    And now imagine this: One of the world’s most famous automakers, a face if not the face of Germany, could leave the country.

    “Yes what’s wrong with you, champion?”, you might ask at this point. But now really: what exactly is going on here? First, since February, Europe has been forced to supply almost all of its weapons to Ukraine to fuel the war there. Second, Europe has been forced to impose sanctions on Russia, resulting in an unprecedented energy crisis. And now something “not yet clear” has happened to two natural gas pipelines at the bottom of the sea, for which, thanks to the U.S., Poland’s former foreign minister and MEP Radek Sikorski has already found time.

    “Who benefits?” is a hackneyed formula that has even discredited itself many times. But right now is the best time to remember it. Europe without heat, Europe without electricity and now without money. I wonder if EU citizens are ready to pay such a price for the Pax Americana? Of course they are ready. And if they become stubborn, they can always be exhorted to discipline with horror stories about a Russian threat.

  179. @gatobart

    There is ONE great problem with this. Thanatopia wants EVERYTHING. FOREVER. Because that is ‘God’s Will’. They don’t want Russia left alone-they want it DESTROYED and broken into pieces. Evil is implacable and insatiable. Moreover it leaves tens of millions of sane, decent, Europeans immured in the social, economic and spiritual Hell of ‘Western Moral Values’.

    • Agree: Harold Smith
    • Replies: @gatobart
  180. @Anastasia

    Weather ‘modification’ is EASY. Pump gigatons of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere every year and watch the carnage unfold.

    • Replies: @wormssnakesbrain
  181. @Johan

    The ubermensch pontificates, as ever.

    • Replies: @Johan
  182. @Wokechoke

    “poor swimmers”! How dare you? Can you swim 100 km? Get a backbone.

    • Replies: @GomezAdddams
  183. @Obertraubling

    Justin Trudeau and Chrystia Freeland will have a stop over en-route to visiting Zylenskyy this winter and in Germany will sing a duet ” Baby it’s Cold Outside” with Olaf Sholts and Liss Truss humming along—Christmas Eve Gala in Berlin —

  184. @SafeNow

    Anything that kills 29% of people is going to lead to a 29% reduction in calling-in sick to work, said a Neverlands study.

  185. @mocissepvis

    Just remember how he bragged about election fraud. He’s senile, he can’t help blurting stuff out.

  186. @BayAreaSkeptic

    No war is ever worth it. It’s just that sometimes there is no choice. Which is precisely the case with this war: Russia had no choice.

    • Replies: @BayAreaSkeptic
  187. Fumanchu says:

    Could art students have been responsible?

    • Replies: @Wokechoke
  188. gatobart says:
    @mulga mumblebrain

    I didn’t say this will end all problems, that it will be THE solution and bring universal peace. What I said is that this kind of arrangement between Russia and the U.S. (or rather the elite controlling it) will create a new status quo, some sort of armed peace like it was the case during the Cold War, a world order in which Moscow will stop paying attention to the “West”, meaning North America and Europe and will be able to focus on the East and the South, which will be a pretty good deal for them anyway because having won the East of Ukraine and leaving the Poles and the Rumanians and the rest of the pack of wild beasts taking care of the Nazis of the West will bring some sort of stability to their most vulnerable and sensible flank while they busy on the rest. A deal made even better as the U.S. will have now the unpleasant task of trying to keep peace and order, or rather submission, in an Europe brought centuries back in time, to its pre-industrialization era, to the bowels of what we call Third World, considering that half a billion or so Europeans wont suffer gladly such historical degradation. How can you control half a billion people after giving them the news that they have to forget about living the comfort and the pleasures of the XXI Century and prepare to dive back into the horrors of serfdom and slavery…? If I was Putin I would be seeing this as a pretty good deal, I would be jumping of joy! Let them sort out the living hell they have created for themselves while I focus in building a future with China, India, the Middle East, the global south.

    That is why I mentioned the secret deals and the forced arrangements between the U.S. and the USSR during the Cold War. they didn’t end the confrontation but at least prevented them from coming to nuclear blows so it was for the best of the world in the end.

  189. Jimmy1971 says:

    Thanks — that information might come in handy down the road…

    • LOL: MarkU, MarkU
  190. @mulga mumblebrain

    Weather ‘modification’ is EASY. Pump gigatons of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere every year and watch the carnage unfold.

    Gigatons of greenhouse gases meaning:

    lotta vegetation meaning lotta salad food meaning lotta wildlife meaning lotta meat food
    meaning lotta healthy, well fed people running around tanned and naked.


  191. Tyros says:

    The Group that hit Beirut With baby Tactical Bonb , can puncture the pipes No One Sees Nor hears .

  192. Pablo says:

    It is no real mystery who is responsible for the pipeline sabotage. Putin will pick the right time and place to even the score. But there will be a physical response. I suspect when the troops being currently mobilized can be trained and ready to engage with Enemies, they will be used in a Offensive not Defensive manner. i think the Russians are genuinely angry and will retaliate.

  193. @aandrews


    The Fire This Time: U.S. War Crimes in the Gulf – January 1, 1994
    by Ramsey Clark :

  194. BayAreaSkeptic [AKA "BayAreaSkeptic2"] says:
    @Passing By

    Russia had no choice but to:

    Recruit Finland and Norway into NATO
    Have the west seize $500 billion in Russian assets
    Wean Western Europe off Russian gas
    Cause thousands of western and Chinese companies to depart Russia
    Destroy its military
    Become a Chinese vassal
    Destroy the Donbas which it will now have to rebuild
    Strengthen NATO for a generation
    Turn Ukraine into the most militarized, battle hardened country in Europe
    Cause NS1 and NS2 to be blown up

    You really think if he could magically go back to the day before this stupid invasion, Putin would still have done it ?

    Russia had a choice. Invading Ukraine will go down in history as the biggest strategic blunder since Hitler invaded the Soviet Union

    • Troll: Notsofast
    • Replies: @HT
    , @Wokechoke
    , @Passing By
  195. “No, the US started the war. The RF finally decided to intervene directly in a civil war started by the US in 2014.”

    The record is very clear here. The ongoing struggles i Ukraine which essentially racks up a revolution against corruption ( leftover of the Soviet union and Russian Federation) almost every ten years. I fully agree that the US was involved in supporting one side and the Russians, with the inside track supported another. And the side supported by the Russians lost. Having lost that the region instead vied for independence an independence inspector Ritter had ben previously rejected, bit now supported and in the ensuing civil conflict began military action against Ukraine as they sought to maintain their territorial integrity.

    This issue has been rehashed repeatedly and doesn’t require a lot of digging. When the Minsk Accords were pressed. One of the primary expectations was that all foreign troops withdraw. Russia refused. That of course is one choice among several that violated the agreement — and as such Ukraine was under no obligation to abide by the same.

    The Russians have been intervening since 2015.

    Had Pres Putin not made a speech about Ukraine not being a real country — and all of that talk about “jews” and “nazis”, maybe. But his rhetoric belied an entirely different agenda.


    “No war is ever worth it. It’s just that sometimes there is no choice. Which is precisely the case with this war: Russia had no choice.”

    Absolute nonsense. Ukraine was no threat to Russia. The actions the Ukrainians took were defensive not offensive. Even the consideration of NATO was an act to defend against just this sort of behavior.

  196. haha says:

    Completely agree with your points. Yes, Europe has been the seductive Venus for much of the world. But that Venus has long since rotted. It is now diseased, putrefied, oozing pus and germs and every vice, depravity, and bad odor imaginable. Putin was very, very naive courting Germany throughout the Merkel era. But then Putin, like most East Europeans and Russians, was also infected with the “Western virus”; a desire for Russia to be a part of the “West”.

    The East European is like the cold and hungry passerby peeping in through the glass window front into “The Western Restaurant” in which diners are eating juicy prime steaks and sipping rare wines. What the poor clod did not see were the minimum wage maids and cleaners and potato peelers slaving away in the background to serve the already well-fed. These clods sold away their souls and countries for the imaginary western steaks. What they are going to get is kicks in the butt, unemployment, temporary jobs as potato peelers, and heavy doses of propaganda and “freedoms” – as in “free” to change genders at the drop of a hat, free to masturbate to porn 24/7, and free to buy cannabis at their favorite local store or more potent stuff at the nearest street corner.

    Congratulations to you for seeing through life “in the Paris Rive Gauche and mingle with French intellectuals”. It is all nonsensical chatter there – not the chatter of fresh arty decadence but that of advanced senility overlaid with multiple psychological pathologies. Now why could we not have explained all this to Putin and his compatriots and his East European neighbors?

    • Agree: Fred777
    • Replies: @gatobart
    , @Fred777
  197. @MarkU

    prions are somewhat more resistant to high temperatures

    They are far more resistant to high temperatures. Nothing short of incineration can be safely presumed to destroy them.

  198. HT says:

    Really? Putin is going to be wrapping this up soon. He is about to take his foot off the brakes and move additional forces into the key areas instead of the minimalist approach he has been using. And there is soon going to be more conventional bombing of Ukraine positions. We will see what Biden’s Wirepullers do with that.

  199. @neutral

    “The fact that they [tolerate this] tells me that the true rot lies in the majority of the American population itself.”

    I’m sick of what I can only assume are Jews denigrating the American people. Unz is becoming increasingly infiltrated by (((those))) who live to mock me.

    First off, any attempt to assemble a movement would quickly be 70% FBI moles. Second, the disparity between weaponry would be insurmountable and result in the death of any revolutionary in the first hour.

    An argument may be offered that the Taliban beat America in Afghanistan, but I don’t think they really won anything. We just got tired, and only after incalculable losses on their side.

    Every mofo on the internet wants to suggest we citizens should rise up, but (a) it ain’t 1776 and muskets, and (b) none of these Armchair Warriors wants to make the first move. Payton Gendron, anyone?

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @HeebHunter
  200. gatobart says:

    Thanks. So I guess you belong also to the club of those “who can see the future” which is actually nothing more than the present, and the recent past, open and obvious for all to see, but that for many reasons remains still obscure and mysterious for many. But this will be the prevailing collective thinking before long.

    As for Putin, I return to the image of the good boy still pining for the unreachable seductress that has preferred the bad boy over him because “he is more exciting, he makes her feel alive”. Like this guy, he will have to open his eyes, sooner or later, and see her as she really is. And nobody but him can do that for himself. And the same for all those Russians running now “for the safety of the West”, they will have their rude awakening also.

    As for French and European culture in general, philosophy, cinema, politics, etc., I have to say that I used to be a dedicated fan of all what was coming from the old continent until I realized, little by little, that this wasn’t really a group of free, independent, sovereign nations, but just an arrangement of vassal states that couldn’t even fart in their bathroom without having to ask first their boss and master across the Atlantic and that such hostage situation of them had to permeate everything they produced, from potatoes to poetry. That at least ever since the end of WW2. So I realized that I had to take a new and fresh look at everything that had come out, and I had digested, from Europe. And wow, what a discovery that was! The New Wave of French cinema, French literature; the great Italian movie directors, Pasolini, Fellini, Bertolucci; that and everything else had been produced by artists who had the same limitations, if not more, than those which they had under the Third Reich or under any other authoritarian regime. They were captive artists, not free creators by any stretch of the imagination, as I had always thought. Even their philosophical rants and adventures were being supervised and set in the “right course” by the powers upon them! Even a daring and crazy artist like Salvador Dali had his “craziness” under check by Western Commissars. There is where I got my divorce papers and my definitive break up with that lovely lady across the Atlantic.

  201. Wokechoke says:

    riiiiggghhhtttt. in your dreams.

  202. BayAreaSkeptic [AKA "BayAreaSkeptic2"] says:

    God, you are naive. Russia will be under sanctions for decades. It’s economy is going to be destroyed. China is going to pick its bones clean.

    • Troll: mulga mumblebrain
    • Replies: @HT
    , @Z-man
    , @Fred777
  203. HT says:

    Yeah, just like it’s being destroyed now. Turn off the MSM and get better information.

  204. Jiminy says:

    Funny thing about Cuba is I see on the news now that they are voting on legalising homosexual marriage. So it looks like Cuba may be forgiven and allowed back into the fold.

    • Replies: @gatobart
  205. Wokechoke says:

    The Artists Rifles might have done this.

  206. satya says:

    United against Zionism and Imperialism.

  207. Fred777 says:

    They were slow on the uptake but Russia and much of Eastern Europe has figured it out now.

  208. Z-man says:

    So far, sanctions are hurting the so called “West’ more than they are hurting Russia.
    Besides having a fall back with China, India and others for oil and natural gas they have a corner, a big corner, on precious metals needed by ‘Western’ industry, especially ‘green’ industry which give the Russians an ace in hole.

  209. Anon001 says:

    Both you and I see Putin as Western pleaser, but your understanding of how the world works today appears to be quite naive – no offense. To US, you are either an obedient servant or a problem. Even if Russia had given up everything in Europe, US still wouldn’t have been ok with Russia doing deals with India, China, etc. Don’t you see that China is targeted as well, although there’s no gas/pipeline deal with EU? Anyone anywhere who’s not towing the line and/or cannot be controlled is a target.

    The fact that they had deals many years ago, is only because, at the time, USSR had serious and dangerous leaders, unlike Putin, who’s seems to be just one clueless and spineless two-bit manager madly in love with the West, as well as Schwab’s apt pupil as it appears. Nobody takes his treats or warnings seriously, as he never followed up on any in the past. So why would they make any deals with a clown like that?

    For example, in 2014, Putin carelessly bragged about how he got to know Henry Kissinger in the early 90s, and in the process unmasked himself. At the time, Putin was just one unknown KGB apparatchik. One can’t help but wonder: why would a former US Secretary of State, of such high global profile, meet with some KGB nobody like Putin? Perhaps, grooming of the new puppet to “lead” Russia?

    Also, in 2019, Klaus Schwab spoke of Putin (1952), Tony Blair (1953), and Angela Merkel (1954) as his Young Global Leaders back in the 90s.

    • Replies: @gatobart
  210. Fred777 says:

    Sanctions imposed by a decaying west mean nothing. The future belongs to China and to Russia if they play their cards right, which so far they are doing.

    China picked America clean as our oligarchs wanted to slash labor costs. Putin drove his oligarchs out, no one left in Russia today to sell out to China.

    If China is smart, and they are, they will make mutually beneficial deals to buy what they need from Russia.

  211. @Jon 80085

    For each force, a counterforce.

    I’m confident that Russia will find the proper response (perhaps triangulating after consultation with China, which represents another tactical point of view) to liberate mankind from the scourge of the unholy.

  212. @The_Masterwang

    You are not alone. However, America was not always the country you see today — which is the product of Jews with the acquiescence of Anglo Protestants.

  213. @HT

    Really? Putin is going to be wrapping this up soon. He is about to take his foot off the brakes and move additional forces into the key areas instead of the minimalist approach he has been using.

    Wrapping it up soon? Have you gone mad?

    The Russians are literally grabbing men in the street and giving them a week of military training.

    What does that tell you? HINT: THEY ARE DESPERATE. Their losses are much higher than they are admitting if they have to grab random men.

    They are also locking down the borders to keep men from leaving. Is that not an admission that they lied about having only 5k casualties? No one believes the Russian government and especially not the Russians.

    This isn’t 1917. You can’t just send waves of men at the enemy in a war of attrition. The Ukrainians will sit there and pick them off. I hope the Ukrainians have their jungle clips ready and rifles set to semi-auto. It will be a target shooting contest for seasoned soldiers.

    Putin has watched too many movies. In 1917 most men had shot a rifle and gone hunting. Modern Russian men have never shot an AK and are too domesticated just like most American men.

    Russian morale is extremely low. Once they see Bob the baker’s head explode from a 7.62 round they will be even less enthused. Meaning they will be vulnerable to desertion and mutiny.

    And that will only be the beginning. Russian’s economy will collapse this winter from brain drain and losing too many workers. Then what?

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @Wokechoke
    , @HT
  214. 25 million in the regular forces so 300,000 is no real big deal –perhaps giving Zylneskyy time to escapt to Tel Aviv or New Yqrk and King of the United Nations??

  215. @gatobart

    What I said is that this kind of arrangement between Russia and the U.S. (or rather the elite controlling it) will create a new status quo, some sort of armed peace like it was the case during the Cold War, a world order in which…

    There can be no such arrangement (any kind of “armed peace”) because the Satanic cult which now has complete control over the corrupt West simply cannot coexist with Russia. The Satanists have launched a spiritual war against all humanity seeking to impose decadence and corruption everywhere on earth, and Russia is resisting. IOW this is an existential war between pure Satanic evil and imperfect good, and the evil will not stop until it’s successful or destroyed.

    • Replies: @gatobart
  216. gatobart says:

    Cuba stopped many years ago being a model, a pioneer, a leader or an example for anyone who cares about politics and the future even in Latin America. It doesn’t even come as a subject during national elections of political discussions anywhere so I don’t really care about the subject. In any case Cuba stopped decades ago trying to spread ANY ideology or political credo or system, I would say right after the demise of the Soviet Union and the loss of those badly needed $3B they received yearly from Moscow, as from then on their main worry has been to get enough hard currency to keep the system alive. Maybe this legislative measure is to attract foreigners around in which countries SMS is not allowed.

    • Agree: Notsofast
  217. BayAreaSkeptic [AKA "BayAreaSkeptic2"] says:

    It’s early inning yet in the economic war. Russia can inflict a lot of pain on Europe in the short term but in the long run, they ‘re f*cked and they know it.

    • Replies: @Passing By
  218. @Herman_ze_German

    German people rebel—-toss out Olaf and boot USA bases out and unite with Russia—-

    • Replies: @John Johnson
  219. Anonymous[210] • Disclaimer says:
    @John Johnson

    Nato hasn’t used 7.62 for a long time. Try 5.56

  220. @Badger Down

    Steve Austin can swim 100KM and did it once on TV —with explosives and with one breath was swimming breaststroke nnd set a World Record —“The Six Million Dollar Man” had some good storylines for bionic fanciers….

  221. Anonymous[243] • Disclaimer says:
    @Nancy Pelosi's Latina Maid

    There is an old saying among designers that “when fail-safe systems fail, they fail by not failing safe”. Every system has several failure modes, no matter how well designed. It is not possible to eliminate all failure modes.

    So if a government is designed to last forever, it will fail in an unanticipated way. The USSR’s failure amounted an industrial country that could not support itself through industry, although it had rational planning and sufficient resources for trade and autarky. Before the late 1980s everybody, worldwide, thought that the “immense productivity” of industry would make such a failure impossible. Samuelson, in his textbook _Economics_, stated for decades that the Soviet system, being “rationally planned”, would eventually out-produce that US.

    The US failure mode right now appears to be its ejection from Eurasia, something that the US establishment considers impossible. A secondary failure mode appears to be the large urban areas, which are essentially declaring their independence from the West while simultaneously being as economically non-viable as was Seattle’s CHAZ.
    And there are more failure modes because there are always more failure modes.

    Humility is not just a religious “nice to have”. It’s a way to avoid madness in the sense of “Those whom the gods would destroy they first made mad”. The “madness” in this case is hubris, the belief that anything is possible, that you can be anything you want to be, that all is possible through human will alone. Marx thought that, he was wrong.

    As for “what to do”, well, there is a time for letting a situation develop.

    Sitting quietly, doing nothing, Spring comes, and the grass grows, by itself.

    -Matsuo Basho

    • Replies: @John Johnson
  222. Wokechoke says:
    @John Johnson

    I think you’ve watched too many films.

    It’s pretty clear that the Russians are making sure they’ve got ample garrison troops for territory they bit off Ukraine. It’s the Ukies who are being forced into attacks on defended positions now. Much like the British threw themselves at the Somme and after that the Hindenburg line.

    They are probably making sure they have mechanics and technicians for trucks and tanks as well.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
  223. @BayAreaSkeptic

    Finland and Sweden are globalist run and were already members of NATO in all but name. The war in Ukraine is just a convenient pretext. Lest they choose to host US nuclear weapons, their membership changes absolutely nothing for Russia. If the US does decide to host nuclear weapons on their territory, then Russia will be entitled to a preemptive nuclear strike.

    If the price for decoupling from the West and showing the world what degenerate thugs the kikes running the West are, then half a trillion in Western currencies is a worthier price to pay than half a million dead Iraqi children. If you didn’t have you head up your ass, you’d realise that the West has plundered far more than half a trillion during the Eltsine years and yet Russia has managed to bounce back. The only means left to the West now in dealing with the rest of the world is the force of arms b/c the most important thing for trading in good faith is trust and trust in the West’s good faith is now officially dead.

    The West no longer has Russian gas, so what? The Russians will sell it to whom will buy it. Unless the West decides to start WW3, there’s no way to stop that.

    Ukraine was militarised before Russia intervened. It prepared for war for eight years. When this is over and given that Ukrotards are, well, retards dying in the tens of thousands in the current war, they won’t be able to wage war against Russians in the next two generations.

    Saying that he caused NS1 and NS2 to be blown up is like saying that if a psychopath shoots you, it’s your own fault. The US wanted to end NS1 and NS2 at all costs. Again, if the loss of NS1 and NS2 is the price to pay to save millions of Russian brethren, it is worth it.

    Western companies gone, you mean Russians won’t eat MacDonalds’ burgers, drink Starbucks coffee, drink Coke or spiced with fetus cells Pepsi and won’t be able to make selfies with the latest iPhone? What a loss!

    Chinese companies gone and become a Chinese vassal are somewhat contradictory arguments, don’t you think?

    Destroy its military? I don’t see the Russian military destroyed. What I see is no gas for Europe, no energy. No energy, no European industry. No European industry, no European arms industry. Which suits Americans just fine. If Europeans are total spineless morons, it is not a reason to let Ukrotards terrorise and torture millions of Russian brethren.

    Russia didn’t destroy the Donbass. The Ukrotards have been destroying it for eight years, killing 14000 people in the process, many in the most gruesome psychopathic ways.

    NATO is strengthened by this only in your wet dreams.

    If Putin could go back in time, would he still do it? Yes, he would, the lives of kinfolk are infinitely more worth than good relations with Western degenerates.

    The SMO in Ukraine will go down in History as the beginning of the end of Western hegemony.

    • Thanks: Harold Smith
  224. @Nancy Pelosi's Latina Maid

    First off, any attempt to assemble a movement would quickly be 70% FBI moles. Second, the disparity between weaponry would be insurmountable and result in the death of any revolutionary in the first hour.

    You are an absolute minority in the Jewnited States. If we were to judge niggers by statistics, your “people” certainly are several magnitudes more guilty of crimes against mankind. It is just a fact. Some for the Negro-Saxon island monkeys and the rest of the post ww2 allies faggots.

  225. @gatobart

    There can be NO peace or hope for humanity as long as the USA exists. To eradicate that incubus on humanity one need not conquer the USA or kill its people, but, rather, remove the ruling psychopaths, turns its MIC apparatus to more useful work, close ALL overseas bases, and introduce democracy to the land, rather than the long-standing pathocratic oligarchy. The only people who can do that are Americans, but we need to survive the collapse of the Yankee Reich, now in progress, first. Prospects are not very bright.

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  226. @BayAreaSkeptic

    Russia has the commodities and Russia has the brains. The USA has the former, Europe hasn’t. Both in the West have less and less of the latter. Though far from perfect, Russia is moving in the right direction with regards to the rule of merit. The USA and Europe increasingly look like idiocracies. Russia has no immigration problem. The West is flooded with immigrants whose culture and customs are antithetical to those of the West. Who between Russia and the West is laying foundations upon which a functional and prosperous society can be built and who’s mining the very foundations upon which society was built, making it increasingly dysfunctional and organising its collapse is pretty obvious to anyone with half a brain.

    That said, you are entitled to nurture wet dreams.

  227. chris says:

    It is fairly ridiculous to think that the Russians would burn their last leverage with the EU and the Germans in particular by attacking their own infrastructure.

    Agree with everything in your comment, I would just take out the word: “fairly.”

  228. @Herman_ze_German

    For you guys in the US it might be clear, that Europe is ruled by the US, but in Europe, especially in Germany, it´s some kind of conspiracy theory.

    Nah, it is just the shame of realizing they are the slaves of muttmerica.

    Imagine watching this and thinking Muttmerica doesn’t rule over Germany. But the nu-Germans are a product created from the huwhite bruthahood of NATO. This is by design.

    It is still funny though. Scholz is timid like a beaten dog. Can you imagine muttmerica doing this to any of the “third world” countries? They would slit his throat on stage. Imagine being so craven you let another country declare that they would end your billion euros infrastructure, with leverage on trillions of euros of value. Because…?

    But whatever. These shitbags hate our heritage and history. They should go down with muttmerica.

  229. @Anonymous

    Uh, dum dum… the Russians are not fighting NATO forces. They are fighting Ukrainians, and their standard assault rifle is the AK47.

    7.62mm, just as Mr. Johnson referred to. Pay attention.

  230. HT says:
    @John Johnson

    You are just reciting Jew media which is using CIA canned talking points. Remember when they said Putin was almost dead from cancer a few months ago? Everything they have told you is a lie yet you keep on believing and repeating it. Meanwhile Putin moves forward and has even held elections in territory he has captured which is mostly Russian anyway. When do you finally realize you are being lied to?

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  231. @Wokechoke

    I think you’ve watched too many films.

    No I read quite a bit about military strategy and warned early on that Putin can’t just ignore all those Javelins and NLAWs. But that is what he did and failed to take Kiev. I’m not the one operating on wishful thinking.

    It’s pretty clear that the Russians are making sure they’ve got ample garrison troops for territory they bit off Ukraine.

    They can’t feed and supply all those men. What do you expect them to do? Have them sit in trenches all winter? They can’t even get them enough helmets.

    They will have to start an offensive while they are fresh. This is madness but Putin can’t admit he was wrong.

    It’s the Ukies who are being forced into attacks on defended positions now.

    Yes and they are making progress

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  232. @Anonymous

    Nato hasn’t used 7.62 for a long time. Try 5.56

    Most of their weapons are Soviet era.

    They have huge stockpiles of 7.62 and there is the side benefit of being able to take ammo from the enemy.

    Ukrainian AR/AK hybrid in 7.62×39

  233. @HT

    You are just reciting Jew media which is using CIA canned talking points. Remember when they said Putin was almost dead from cancer a few months ago?

    Remember when the CIA got the invasion right while Putin was swearing that it was a training exercise?

    Meanwhile Putin moves forward and has even held elections in territory he has captured which is mostly Russian anyway. When do you finally realize you are being lied to?

    One of those cities is surrounded after holding fraudulent elections:

    I don’t trust information exclusively from any government source. Certainly not from a government that made it illegal to call it a war and bans independent media.

  234. @HeebHunter

    ” If we were to judge niggers by statistics, your “people” certainly are several magnitudes more guilty of crimes against mankind.”

    That may be true, but it’s not white people I’m avoiding after making a withdrawal from an ATM.

  235. Wokechoke says:
    @John Johnson

    Garrisons. They don’t need to be out in the field.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
  236. Weave says:
    @Jon 80085

    This may sound odd, but knowing the end of this shit show is near is making pretty much everything more tolerable for me. It’s almost over, God willing. Come quickly Lord Jesus.

  237. gatobart says:

    “Both you and I see Putin as Western pleaser, but your understanding of how the world works today appears to be quite naive – no offense. To US, you are either an obedient servant or a problem.”.

    I think the one who is being naïve is you. I made clear already I come from South America and if you knew the first thing about us you’d know also that in our common History we have had our share of leaders, political figures, dictators and caudillos of every kind and shape, especially when it comes to their relation with the U.S., which have been as varied and diverse as anyone can imagine. We have had our share of everything, from extremist “problems” like Che or Fidel Castro to more moderate “problems” like Daniel Ortega or Hugo Chavez, to the softer middle of the road dilettantes who had been more bravado than real “problems” like Salvador Allende or Joao Goulart to nationalist military dictators like Torrijos o Peron and then to the “friends and allies of America” from right wing politicians like Fujimori, Jair Bolsanaro and then the extreme right wing dictators, mostly military like Pinochet or Videla. So to assume that any South American would be so ignorant of all this as to put every leader and ruler in one of only two extreme categories is simply being ignorant.

    Do I need YOU to tell me that things are not that simple as countries being either a docile puppet or a “problem” for Washington (which is obviously the case for Europe where you either toe in line or you are angrily scolded, like Orban, or you are severely warned even before you have done anything like Meloni) when in South America this non-fact is disproven every day of the week…? Brazil’s Bolsanaro is a right winger and a “strong U.S. ally” but who has steadily refused to be part of their Anti-Russian crusade and has kept friendly relations with both Russia and China and who has even signed trade deals with both countries based on their national currencies, so bypassing the USD and Wall Street. The same with Argentina, governed by a Socialist. Chile nowadays has an idiot who is in bed with the Communists but who in only 7 months has managed to pick fights with China, Cuba, Russia, Israel, the U.S., Venezuela, Nicaragua, Brazil and Bolivia. Also, speaking of Chile, Gen. Pinochet was a “strong U.S. ally” who kept the friendliest relations with Communist China during all his regime and so China is now the main foreign trade partner of Chile, consuming 40% of Chilean exports. Pinochet also perpetrated the ONLY terrorist act of foreign manufacture that I know in Washington, the U.S, capital, when in 1976 his secret police, the DINA, blew up the car in which the ex-Minister of Defense of Allende Orlando Letelier was travelling, only a few blocks from the White House. So much for a U.S. puppet. Peru has had alternatively left and right wing presidents yet since the 1960s has equipped its army and air force with Soviet and then Russian tanks and warplanes, while remaining a “strong U.S. ally”. Which European country can do ANY of that…?

    In any case your comment reads more like an emotional rant than a serious analysis, considering that you have absolutely nothing solid to disprove or debunk mine. You raise isolated events that, far from contradicting my text, perfectly fit into the general analysis I have made which I will repeat for you benefit as I imagine all other readers understood well what I wrote:

    Putin was groomed by Western puppet Boris Yeltsin (and by the Kabala, as you point out yourself) to continue his work of keeping the doors of Mother Russia wide open for plunder by Western interests and Yeltsin knew Putin well enough to realize he was picking the right man. As himself, Putin adored the West and wanted Russia to do anything and everything the West wanted to be in its graces, like any random groupie waiting at the door of the dressing room of her rock idol. But still, Yeltsin made one mistake in the assessment of Putin’s character, one single error that changed History. Putin wanted from the West something that Yeltsin had never asked for, Respect. Putin didn’t have any problem with Russia living in a world dominated by the U.S., one where the USD would be king, and all he wanted in exchange was for Russia to be treated as a privileged friend of Washington, like the UK, France or Germany were, something he’d never get in the end. He even asked several times for Russia to be admitted into NATO, the greatest peace offering he could send, but still that wouldn’t be enough: he was told that if Russia wanted that, Moscow would have to get in the waiting line…like any country “that doesn’t matter” as he put it himself, bitterly. So this is a case that builds itself! Russian and World History of the last two decades can be encapsulated into that routine: Putin doing everything to be part of the Western club and be treated as equal by his pairs of London, Paris, Rome, Berlin, appeasing, yielding, offering but every time receiving the door in in face. Syria, Libya, Ukraine, is all explained by this simple situation. PCR resumed it all in a single image, that of Putin coming in peace over and over again, receiving a slap in the face every single time and still coming back again to receive more. And that is why we are here now and why Putin was forced to finally take this stand in Ukraine, let’s hope not too late. As I said, had he taken that stand in Syria in 2012, sending a few nuclear tipped Iskanders to Tartus, this problem would have been solved right then and there, but for that it would have been needed a cold headed, pragmatic, strong and no-nonsense Vladimir Putin who I don’t think we got even now.

    To finish, you seem to have difficulty understanding written texts as you didn’t get something I wrote more than once, that a US-Russia deal won’t be anywhere near the happy ending for this story, as everyone with half a brain knows that the US has wanted to destroy Russia from at least WW2, from even before they got the A-bomb, so why do you assume that I don’t know that either. Really, it becomes tiring after a while reading you.

  238. gatobart says:
    @mulga mumblebrain

    No argument there, as it doesn’t contradict anything of what I wrote.

  239. gatobart says:
    @Harold Smith

    Hold your horses there, Didn’t you notice that when I talked about a new status quo between Russia and the U.S. I intentionally left out dates, terms, deadlines…? And the reason why I did it is precisely because we are not living in the 1960s or even the 1980s anymore, things have become far more dynamic, events take place faster, these are like the 1960s in F.F. which means such a status quo could well last months or even weeks compared to the years it could last back then. For example the status quo established in 1962 lasted for more than a two decades. There is no way any balance reached right now by both nuclear superpower lasts anywhere near that as the elites of the Amerrican Empire know the clock is running for them, they are like Draculas at 5.00 AM and I think that answer your question.

    • Replies: @Harold Smith
  240. “Putin was groomed by Western puppet Boris Yeltsin (and by the Kabala, as you point out yourself) to continue his work of keeping the doors of Mother Russia wide open for plunder by Western interests and Yeltsin knew Putin well enough to realize he was picking the right man. ”

    Excuse the interruption, Pres Putin was groomed by the KGB

  241. @Wokechoke

    They can’t feed and supply all those men. What do you expect them to do? Have them sit in trenches all winter? They can’t even get them enough helmets

    Garrisons. They don’t need to be out in the field.

    And so what does that look like? They hang out in garrisons and wait? Until what?

    Let’s model this out.

    Ukraine starts shelling their supply lines and garrisons.

    Then what? Do they ring a town bell and the conscripts get on horses and charge with AK-47s? Or do they wait it out while their supply lines are hit? They clearly don’t have enough helmets or guns to go around so how long do you think they could survive a siege?

    The best move Putin has is a massive frontal attack in a last ditch effort to increase Ukrainian casualties and then sue for peace to take Donbass. A terrible hail mary type play but that is all he has and it needs to happen while the troops are fresh and fed.

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  242. @GomezAdddams

    German people rebel—-toss out Olaf and boot USA bases out and unite with Russia—-

    Please stop playing C&C Red Alert and join us in the real world.

  243. @Anonymous

    So if a government is designed to last forever, it will fail in an unanticipated way. The USSR’s failure amounted an industrial country that could not support itself through industry, although it had rational planning and sufficient resources for trade and autarky.

    Uh no they were basically a Marxist mafia gas station and they couldn’t even feed themselves.

    At the end they were importing chicken from the US:

    Your economic system has serious problems if you have to import chicken from the capitalist system that Marxists proclaimed would eventually collapse.

    Marx was a fraud and the Russians were suckers to go along with it. Even before WW2 was over it was clear that Marx was just plain full of s–t and didn’t know anything about economics. Astonishingly the Chinese continued to follow his teachings even though his theories failed in Russia.

  244. SafeNow says:

    Didn’t Biden say divers will be sent down “when things calm down.” I would think you would want to send divers immediately, before sea currents possibly sweep away a speck of crucial evidence. Karine, if you’re there, what does the calmness of news coverage have to do with sea currents?

  245. Wokechoke says:
    @John Johnson

    Around 5-6 million people there voted to join Russia as a raw head count, that’s a lot of people to exterminate there Mr Johnson. I don’t think there’s the will to do what you’d have to do to remove them.

  246. @gatobart

    Hold your horses there, Didn’t you notice that when I talked about a new status quo between Russia and the U.S. I intentionally left out dates, terms, deadlines…? <And the reason why I did it is precisely because…blah…blah…blah

    So basically you’re just fantasizing about some theoretically possible (in your view) future world, where we somehow avoid the looming nuclear war; we somehow eliminate jewish world power; we somehow dismantle the evil empire the jews have created; we reinstate the constitution; we round up jews and put them in camps (or jews somehow miraculously stop acting like jews); and there is no longer any such thing as Satanic evil in the world; etc…and everyone lived happily forever after? How embarrassing that I didn’t get your simple, obvious “point.”

    • Replies: @gatobart
    , @A B Coreopsis
  247. gatobart says:
    @Harold Smith

    I am not paying much attention to your rant because it has little if any relation which what I wrote, as it is obvious that it simply reflects your anger at me for not parroting your rallying call to arms and side with you in your fight against your chosen demons. I am just making here an analysis of the conflict between both nuclear superpowers at this point in time as I would have done it in 1962 about the Cuban missile Crisis so I have no pretension of having the recipe for eternal bliss, peace and love for humanity, for which reason I leave that kind of things to people who think they have them…like you. But the least I am entitled to ask from that people, people like you, is to have a minimum of decency and intellectual honesty as not going around completely misinterpreting what I wrote.

    “you’re just fantasizing about some theoretically possible (in your view) future world, where we somehow avoid the looming nuclear war”

    Only a moron or someone completely dishonest could interpret as such what I clearly wrote: that a deal reached at this point between Russia and the U.S. to end this crisis could bring a new status quo lasting as little as a few weeks giving the deep internal crisis affecting the Amerrican Empire. So, there you go. I have no time for people like you. Bye.

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  248. @Harold Smith

    The bearded cat has no point except to have his free associations read by people who take him seriously.

    • Replies: @gatobart
    , @gatobart
  249. @gatobart

    I am not paying much attention to your rant…

    Of course you’re not, as you’re obviously too full of yourself to consider any other viewpoint.

    …because it has little if any relation which what I wrote…

    As anyone here can see, knucklehead, “what (you) wrote” so far in this thread is tediously verbose and meandering, self-servingly vague/obscurantist, childishly contrarian, ignorant and utterly unrealistic and therefore irrelevant.

    “you’re just fantasizing about some theoretically possible (in your view) future world, where we somehow avoid the looming nuclear war”

    Only a moron or someone completely dishonest could interpret as such what I clearly wrote: that a deal reached at this point between Russia and the U.S. to end this crisis could bring a new status quo lasting as little as a few weeks giving the deep internal crisis affecting the Amerrican Empire.

    Seriously? In comment 252, for example, you said:

    Didn’t you notice that when I talked about a new status quo between Russia and the U.S. I intentionally left out dates, terms, deadlines…

    So which is it, goofball, are you talking about “a deal reached at this point to end this crisis (which obviously sets a “date” for the new “status quo” as sometime in the very near future and of course involves “terms” that would avoid the looming nuclear war), or are you referring to some imaginary future (as I mentioned in comment 260)? Apparently “only a moron or someone completely dishonest” would contradict themselves they way you’ve done here, knucklehead.

  250. gatobart says:

    I already say I don’t exchange with dishonest dolts who would turn around what I write and then start arguing with their own fake version of my comment, pretending it is what I said. The point is, you are angry because I didn’t call for the demise of all Jews in my post and I really don’t give a sheet if that bothers you. And I remember also saying Bye.

    • Replies: @Harold Smith
  251. @ld

    As a thought experiment, what would the reaction of America be if Russia leveled DC such that all major federal government buildings in the area were reduced to rubble?

    I would say a large part of America would not be upset by it.

  252. gatobart says:
    @A B Coreopsis

    Another mouth foaming fanatical wacko roaming the land like a diseased rodent in search of some particular species, race, to target, ostracize, isolate, gas, exterminate…?

    • Replies: @A B Coreopsis
  253. gatobart says:
    @A B Coreopsis

    And you imagine that I post my analysis and comments on web platforms looking for sympathy. for someone to agree with me, like I am some kind of dork needing a daily dose of validation by others…?

    FOR YOUR INFO,YOU IDIOT, I POST ALL MY ANALYSIS BECAUSE I THINK THEY ARE RIGHT AND ALMOST EVERY SINGLE TIME THEY ARE RIGHT. I don’t check them with other people because many times people are wrong and sometimes they are all wrong, I check them with unfolding History, with time, with facts. I predicted more than ten years ago that this policy of Putin towards NATO and Europe was stupid and that would lead him nowhere but to a final stand-off with them that could lead to nuclear war, i predicted in February 2003 that if Bush invaded Iraq it would turn into the worst foreign policy disaster for the U.S. , worse then Bay of Pigs and Vietnam put together, that it would mark the beginning of the end for the Amerrican Empire. Being still a teenager i predicted that the U.S, would lose in Vietnam because they didn’t have any solid social local base, like a bunch of White Europeans being the economic elites or something like that, being part of power. Do I need validation from others to check if I am right in what I write….?

  254. @gatobart

    I already say I don’t exchange with dishonest dolts who would turn around what I write and then start arguing with their own fake version of my comment, pretending it is what I said.

    So you’re finally going to stop contradicting yourself? Well that sounds like a good idea chumpy.

    The point is…


    …you are angry because I didn’t call for the demise of all Jews in my post and I really don’t give a sheet if that bothers you.

    LOL! Sorry but I don’t take you seriously enough to get “angry” with you. After all, it’s not your fault that you’re a congenital knucklehead, right?

  255. @gatobart

    You sound very well adjusted. Doubtless a leader among furries.

    • Replies: @gatobart
  256. gatobart says:
    @A B Coreopsis

    Far more adjusted anyway than a mouth foaming lunatic who checks under his bed every night for a Jew. And that will be all for you.

  257. sulu says:
    @Rev. Spooner

    Strangely enough now some media outlets are saying one of the pipelines is intact. So let’s see what happens.


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