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People look at me and say “man, it must be great to be Andrew Anglin and be right about everything all the time.”

But it is not so.

It’s a great burden I carry.

The NATO is an organ of the US/ZOG machine. It’s possible that there are still people in the State Department trying to push this thing all the way to the end, but if the head of NATO is saying it’s time to concede to Russia, the show is over and it’s just a matter of how long it is going to take for the gears to move.

RT:

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said on Sunday that the US-led alliance aims to strengthen Ukraine’s position at the negotiating table, but added that any peace deal would involve compromises, including of territory.

Stoltenberg spoke at the Kultaranta Talks in Finland, following a meeting with Finnish President Sauli Niinisto. While the NATO chief said that the West was willing to “pay a price” to strengthen the Ukrainian military, Kiev will have to make some territorial concessions to Moscow in order to end the current conflict.

“Peace is possible,” he said. “The only question is what price are you willing to pay for peace? How much territory, how much independence, how much sovereignty…are you willing to sacrifice for peace?

Stoltenberg did not suggest what terms Ukraine should accept, saying that “it’s for those who are paying the highest price to make that judgment,” while NATO and the West continue supplying arms to the Ukrainians to “strengthen their hand” when a settlement is eventually negotiated.

The secretary general did not directly endorse the ceding of Ukrainian territory, but he did bring up the example of Finland, which gave up Karelia to the Soviet Union as part of a peace deal during the Second World War. Stoltenberg described the Finnish-Soviet settlement as “one of the reasons Finland was able to come out of the Second World War as an independent sovereign nation.”

Stoltenberg’s statement comes amid growing sentiment that Ukraine may soon be pressed into a peace deal by its Western backers. While US and British officials publicly insist that Ukraine “can win” its war with Russia, a recent CNN report suggests that officials in Washington, London and Brussels are meeting without their Ukrainian counterparts in an effort to plan a ceasefire and peace settlement.

This is the worst defeat in the history of America.

None of these people are saying how bad it is.

The Ukraine already lost all its negotiating cards. If they want to negotiate, they should have done it before the invasion, or at least in the first month. Now, they just have to do whatever Russia wants them to do. Putin is holding all the tickets, Zelensky is holding all the fines.

It’s done.

It’s finished.

Russia wins. Jesus wins. The Aryan race wins. Heterosexuality wins.

I win.

It wasn’t just the entire media against me – I had people “on the right” questioning my judgement in saying that it was an absolute fact of reality that the Russia-Ukraine border skirmish would end in Total Aryan Victory and deal a crushing blow to ZOG’s globalist agenda.

Well, well, well.

This is not simply a Total Aryan Victory for Russia, but a Total Aryan Victory for Andrew Anglin.

People ask me: “what is it like to live inside a brain that is right all the time about everything?”

Well, let me tell you: it’s sort of like living in a 1990s indie rock playlist, frankly.

(Republished from The Daily Stormer by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Foreign Policy • Tags: NATO, Russia, Ukraine 
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  1. Milly says:

    If there is one person to humor me when it’s all doom and gloom, it’s Anglin right here.

  2. I am sorry Anglin, but for example your “Elon” support (= Jew / Jewkraine support) is a failure not to forget (till you redeem).

    The above is fortunately another misjudgement:
    It is far from over. Russia will only “negotiate” total surrender. That is fortunate.
    All of Ukraine will get a Russian government; very fortunate.
    Russia is moving from strength to strength and will bring all Russians back home.

    Russia is taking all of Ukraine back home and Russia will not forget Jew & hyena’s ill doings.

    An “Aryan victory” will be if the Jews are not allowed back into the freed lands (freed from Jewish rule).

  3. There’s no doubt that Europe is ruled by a clique of insane people, but I don’t think their so insane that they want to go back to 1946 and have to rebuild everything again. The destruction of the economies of Europe and the rest of the western world would also destroy the narcissistic lifestyles that the likes of Jens Stoltenberg have grown to like so much and they don’t want to give them up. In WW2 the elites of Europe had to give up their luxury for 5 or more years and I don’t think that they want to do that again. Say what you will, cooler heads will prevail and we will see Europe (who has no desire to be poor and starving) decouple from the United States dictated alliance that might have served them well for the first 50 years after WW2, but now is going to drag them down the abyss.

  4. Are the people “standing with Ukraine” going to admit that Ukraine was the aggressor, bombing civilians who didn’t want to be a part of their kleptocracy?

    • Replies: @Chui
    , @Carroll price
  5. Ex-Marine Scott Ritter, the UN weapons inspector who confirmed Saddam had no “WMD’s,” called this one right on May 22:

    “US Military Expert:
    Russia to Score Major Victories in Donbass, Must Adapt to New NATO Game”:
    — (https://www.unz.com/article/us-military-expert-russia-to-score-major-victories-in-donbass-must-adapt-to-new-nato-game/)

    Behind closed doors (((Great Replacement types))) will toast all the Whites killed & maimed as (((Zelenskyy))) launders his loot. (I know, I know, I shouldn’t be cynical, this is about democracy!)

  6. Notsofast says:

    the new nato hive mind talking point is that it is up to the ukrainians to negotiate peace, after having told them to fight to the last ukrainian, they seem to have run out of ukrainians. biden’s now claiming zelensky didn’t listen to his warning. poor little zelensky, failure is an orphan. the question is will he brought down by his own people?

  7. Jim H says:

    ‘It’s done. It’s finished. Russia wins. Jesus wins. The Aryan race wins. Heterosexuality wins.’ — A Anglin

    This just in:

    ‘On Monday Ukraine’s military acknowledged for the first time that Russian forces have taken over the center of the key city of Severodonetsk, considered the last major place of resistance and holdout before pro-Moscow forces take the whole of Luhansk province.

    “In the Severodonetsk direction, the enemy, with the support of artillery, carried out assault operations in the city of Severodonetsk, had partial success, pushed our units away from the city center, the fighting continues,” the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine announced in a written statement.

    ‘Within hours, Ukraine’s military said the Russian advance had been pushed back; however, it’s clear to many US officials that the fall of Severodonetsk now looks imminent.’ — zerohedge

    Idiot Ukies. And idiot Clowngress for sending them 40 billion dollars, for nought.

    Now jealous little Israel is pushing a plan, via Senator Joni Ernst of Iowa, to arm Israel and the Gulf states. But of course, it’s all about Israel and its multi-decade obsession with Iran. This accounts for the panoply of usual-suspect Jewish groups endorsing the bill.

    It’s yet another abject sellout of America to the dual citizen lobby.

    Watch Clowngress whoop it through.

    • Agree: Irish Savant
  8. Total Aryan Victory

    Huh? Say what?? Just the opposite.

    The Aryan Nazis lost. The CIA-backed Neo-Nazis of Azov Battalion, Aidar Battalion, the Kraken Unit, et al., have been killed or captured by multi-ethnic, multi-confessional, multicultural Russia.

    Buddhist Buryats, Muslim Chechens, Christian Russians, Muslim Dagestanis, Jewish Russians, et al. Russia is the most multicultural nation on earth, naturally so.

    Putin last week with Patriarch, Chief Mufti, Chief Rabbi, Buddhist leader, et al.:

    Russia’s highest military honor is the ‘Hero of Russia’ medal. In this conflict it was first awarded to a Dagestanti Muslim hero.

    Olga Bulgutova, Miss St. Petersburg 2018:

    • Agree: RobinG
    • Replies: @neutral
    , @Lurker
    , @Kurt Knispel
  9. @Kurt Knispel

    I don’t see how Russia can conclude this thing until they have both the east AND the south coast all the way to the Trans-Dniester including the traditional Czarist city of Odessa. Odessa is a huge prize and always was an important part of the Russian Empire. I also don’t think Russia wants to leave the current administration running Western Ukraine nor allow it to be a den of US weapons. I’d want to control the western borders after demilitarizing it to make sure no more stingers and javelins pour in courtesy of the CIA.

    Russia does not look like the Soviet behemoth Reagan had us all spooked of though? Ready to pour a million tanks over the Fulda Gap to the English Channel in a split second. Perhaps they are holding back to prevent a Nato Counterattack through Belarus? Really are not that strong anymore? Or don’t want to show Nato their best weaponry and tactics they are holding back should it really come down to WW3?

  10. Andreas says:

    The outcome has never been in doubt.

    After the debacle in Afghanistan, no one in the Evil Triad – Pentagon, CIA, State Department – was ever held accountable, even though it was a spectacular and epic failure. There was a similar lack of accountability in NATO.

    It followed that the same US/NATO people were in charge of the vastly more complex situation in Ukraine against Russia.

    Therefore, the default expectation was that a group of people who have failed at an effort of given complexity and were not held accountable for their failure, will more than likely fail at an effort of greater complexity, especially if the increase in complexity is exponential.

    That is easy money.

    But that’s really the least of it.

    The lack of accountability is what is most important. A lack of accountability for leadership means that an organization has deep, systemic problems. These internal problems manifest themselves as a reduction in the ability to carry out the organization’s mission.

    Going once (Afghanistan), going twice (Ukraine)…

    So the thing to watch will be if there is any accountability for Miley, Austin, Nuland, Blinken, et al after the Russian victory becomes obvious and the former Ukraine is divided up.

    I’m betting on more lack of accountability. Why? Because more lack of accountability is completely consistent with an existing lack of accountability.

    That should be more easy money.

    • Agree: Protogonus
    • Replies: @Alrenous
  11. The US Empire is a homosexual pederast Empire……it must be defeated and destroyed……

    The break-up of the US Empire will end the wars overseas……

    After that, Tom Chittum’s Civil War Three Race War kicks in….

    100 percent inevitability……

    Scores will be settled…..A race war over land-soil-agriculture…….whether you want it or not-it’s a coming right around the bend…….

    The billionaires have a lot to lose…..They will be reduced to a food source for the roaming hungry bands of Cannibals on THE ROAD….

    “Comming up..round the bend…YEAAAH…”

    This not advocacy for the above….But I am describing the logic of Civilization Collapse-which is happening before our eyes….No “When Irish Eyes smiling” here….

  12. This is the worst defeat in the history of America.

    No, it isn’t. This was never even America’s war, nor in this war have Americans lost much of anything Americans should want, except the \$52 billion Congress has spent on Ukraine.

    Maybe this is this worst defeat in the history of ZOG…. but I had forgotten: ZOG is America, from your point of view.

    I live in America and am unacquainted with a single right-of-center American that still much cares how Ukraine fares in the war.

    For what it’s worth, I am unpersuaded that Ukraine has even been defeated. I mean, it is not particularly important to me, so I’ll not argue the point; yet I am unpersuaded.

    • Replies: @Verymuchalive
    , @Anonymous
  13. TG says:

    Putin is not my friend, but he’s not my enemy. My enemy is the western ruling class that is opening the borders to invasion by endless hordes of third-world refugees, propagandizing that I personally am evil because of the color of my skin, etc. So even though it won’t benefit me personally if he wins, I’m kind of rooting for Putin (though sad at all those people on both sides losing their lives for what could easily have been avoided if the western elites had allowed Ukraine to be neutral).

    With all the endless propaganda on both sides it’s vary hard to tell what’s really going on. Remember those 20 years of glowing reports of all the “steady progress” the United States was making in Afghanistan? (ROTFL). Still, just by looking at the maps, one can get some indication of what’s going on, and the Russians are not ten feet tall.

    It’s pretty clear that Putin initially wanted a lighting strike, like he pulled off in Crimea, and this was a colossal failure. He might have come closer than people think, but he still failed. Then he pulled back and focused on the Donbas. You don’t need to be a military genius to see that the obvious move for the Russians would be to envelope the Ukrainians, and from the map it sure looks like the Russians tried – and failed utterly! The Russians are simply unable to conduct any sort of war of maneuver against the Ukrainians! In my amateur opinion, that’s because the western powers have mastered multi-sensor fusion and can tell the Ukrainians the precise location of virtually every Russian unit.

    So now the Russians have been forced to fight in a way that can let them win no matter what the Ukrainians do, with overwhelming artillery fire. Is this working? I have no idea. It might be that the Russians are killing enough Ukrainian soldiers that, before too long, the Ukrainian army will break and Russia will be able to maneuver again. Or it might be that Russia is exhausting its forces on a strategically useless wasteland staffed by third-tier disposable troops and meanwhile the Ukrainians are raising a larger, fresh army with shiny new equipment in the west… We shall see.

    But in many ways the economic war may be more important. If Russia can at least carve out some sort of face-saving military achievement, and weather the sanctions against high-tech spare parts, and prosper even as the west is strangled into poverty, then long-term Russia wins big – maybe bigger than if they had succeeded in their initial lighting strike. But if the western elites can keep inflicting damage on Russia, and Russia has trouble coming up with things like advanced microprocessors and exotic alloy jet turbine blades etc., then Russia might end up back like it was in the Yeltsin days, and the western elites will reign supreme. High stakes.

    • Agree: peterAUS
    • Thanks: YetAnotherAnon, mark green
    • Troll: mulga mumblebrain
    • Replies: @Here Be Dragon
    , @Derer
  14. Given this scenario of an impending Ukraine defeat, perhaps both Finland and Sweden will come to their senses and revisit their impulsive and disastrous decisions to join a sinking NATO. If they do so, it will be the death knell of any further US-directed NATO expansion.

  15. Pattin yerself on the back for a sure thing? I fearlessly predict the sun will rise tomorrow.

  16. @Joe Paluka

    “ Say what you will, cooler heads will prevail and we will see Europe (who has no desire to be poor and starving) decouple from the United States dictated alliance that might have served them well for the first 50 years after WW2, but now is going to drag them down the abyss.”

    Not without a revolution. And so far, Europeans who have drank the kool aid for too long, are so lethargic that they swallowed the most humiliating lockdown to shield themselves from a bogus virus only to renew the mandate of their globalist puppet oppressors like it happened in France with Macron. For Europeans get back their fighting spirit, they should suffer more and much longer than the brief inconveniences of the last three months since the Russian SMO. But then, Andrew might be a little optimistic, for one should never discount the hubris and unlimited arrogance of the Anglo-Zionist empire leading it to double down despite the futility of resistance. If cooler heads prevail, then we will see the beginning of a Natostan disengagement from the Russian border and the East Mediterranean especially in Syria. Anything short of that will keep the cauldron boiling.

    • Agree: nokangaroos
  17. @Notsofast

    “ failure is an orphan”

    Thank you for nailing it. Now is the time to sit back and watch the blame game unfolding.

    • Replies: @SolontoCroesus
  18. TGD says:

    Anglin:

    Russia wins. Jesus wins. The Aryan race wins. Heterosexuality wins.

    And the sentient peoples of the world lose.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  19. anonymous[139] • Disclaimer says:

    They have to have regime change and Zelensky along with his gang of paid off NATO stooges should be put on trial. They are an illegitimate and unrepresentative dictatorship holding power through coup and intimidation by it’s gunmen. The Ukrainians themselves should do this once the dictatorship is overthrown. At the behest os US-NATO they pushed the country into disaster and got very many of their citizens killed for no good reason. They could have simply allowed a certain amount of autonomy for the eastern areas, agreed not to join NATO and have a stance of neutrality. They could have traded with anyone in the world, east and west, and developed their standard of living. But no, the greedy gang of criminals sold out their country for personal gain. Now that they’ve destroyed everything they’re not in a position to negotiate but will flee for their lives to the west. Stoltenberg is a particularly vile and disgusting swine with blood on his hands.

    • Agree: roonaldo
    • Replies: @Jim H
  20. @Milly

    Unlike so many members of the Tribe, I don’t judge by ethnicity, I judge by behavior. If 20% of Blacks need to go to prison for bad behavior, so be it. I won’t condemn the rest. If 20% of American Jews need to be deported for disloyalty and conspiring against the rest of us, likewise.

    • Agree: Bro43rd
    • Replies: @Richard B
  21. Anonymous[589] • Disclaimer says:

    Or don’t want to show Nato their best weaponry and tactics they are holding back should it really come down to WW3?

    Was the U.S. and Coalition forces (300k+ troops) holding back in its operation to seize Baghdad against a military 1/50 as strong as Ukraine and not backed up with NATO weapons, real-time satellite intel, and on the ground help??

    One of Russia’s Sarmat hypersonic missiles can wipe out a territory the size of France. Do you think a direct NATO v. Russia confrontation would be limited to a conventional tit for tat??

    I know a little something about the modern U.S. military (wink) and to a lesser extent NATO. The U.S. military of 2022 ain’t the military of even 2002. It has changed, almost radically. And the easy wars has hollowed it out and made people believe war is easy and the U.S. military is Superman. It’s now largely a job corps program and theatre.

    Let’s totally forget about the offensive punch Russia could bring. Forget Kinzhals, Zircons, TOS-1A thermobaric MLRSs, Sarmats, et al.

    Imagine how differently the Iraq war would’ve progressed if Iraq only had the ability to knock every GPS, intel, SATCOM satellite in the first minutes of the conflict??

    Imagine if Iraq only had the ability to sink all carrier groups and ships of the Sixth and Fifth fleets in the first minutes of conflict??

    Imagine if Iraq only had the ability to destroy any air base a Coalition aircraft took off from??

    Imagine if Iraq had had the ability to wipe out every— with conventional weapons— every forward operating base, logistics base, fire base, and main operating base??

    All within the first day of conflict and all with conventional forces.

    Any war with Russia would make the Battle of Verdun look like Operation Urgent Fury.

    • Replies: @Ronis
    , @bro3886
  22. Where’s Meamjojo with some links to communist english newspapers telling us Ukraine is kicking ass and taking names???

    • Thanks: Je Suis Omar Mateen, Bubba
    • LOL: Carroll price
  23. “…Jesus wins…”

    Yes indeed He does, in this triumph of Christian Russia over the nauseatingly decayed globohomo West.

    Mr. Anglin’s treatment by American society reminds me of His rejection in his own hometown. From Mark 6, verse 4:

    But Jesus said unto them, A prophet is not without honour, but in his own country, and among his own kin, and in his own house

    • Replies: @Robert Konrad
  24. Avery says:

    {and Zelensky …….should be put on trial.}

    It will never happen.
    Zelesky’s wife (?) and kids (?) are in Israel, safely ensconced in a multi-million dollar house. Zelensky (reportedly) has 100s of millions in various Western countries.

    When Ukraine finally blows up, Zelensky and the few dozen NATO compradors will be flown to Israel, UK, US,…..
    A bunch of Jewish-Ukrainian oligarchs have already fled to Israel.
    The little UkroNazi fry will be killed or captured.

    • Replies: @Passing By
  25. Jim H says:
    @anonymous

    ‘Now that they’ve destroyed everything, they’re not in a position to negotiate but will flee for their lives to the west.’ — Anon

    And now that the Ukrainian war is headed slowly toward a negotiated solution, the next war front is emerging into view.

    ‘Biden’ said Sunday that his trip to Saudi Arabia isn’t so much about oil, as pushing a US-sponsored air defense umbrella for Israel and its ‘Abraham accords’ neighbors … Saudi, UAE, Iraq (implausibly), plus perennial Jimmah Carter welfare cases Jordan and Egypt.

    Sell-out RINO ‘senator’ Joni Ernst has introduced the S.4366 DEFEND Act to shower billions more on the ever-chaotic middle eastern snakepit, courtesy of US taxpayers.

    Clearly it has top-level sponsorship, with ‘Biden’ making it the purported centerpiece of his trip.

    Implication for Americans perennially cucked by the dual citizen lobby: bend over, here it comes again!

  26. Bernie says:

    But Fox News kept telling me Ukraine was kicking Russian ass and about to invade Moscow.

  27. @Avery

    The little UkroNazi fry deserve a collective nomination for a Darwin award.

    • Agree: Avery
  28. @Sebastian Hawks

    “The Russian Armed Forces are forced to occupy four more regions of the former Ukraine…”
    https://military.pravda.ru/news/1718096-newregions/
    “Zelensky asks US Jews for offensive weapons”
    Just the way Russia was forced into Crimea and now into Donbass Russia is forced to engage to the outskirts of Warsaw of Pooland. And Pooland is probably silly enough to force Russia to turn right and up to the Baltics to directly connect up Kaliningrad. (Pooland is itching to get nukes).
    Jewmerica has the perfect strategy with “Stretching Russia”: Poking Russia endlessly is the end of Jewmerica. Jewmerica will not only be forced out of Europe. D-Day repeated; (D standing for Dunkirk. This time there will not be a freak Hitler to let the scum pass over).
    No more Passovers in Europe. Germany will yet again be a selfcreated pool of blood & misery. It might be the end of the Baltic states too, if they keep up their hostilities and prejudice towards their Russian speakers and The Motherland in general.
    (Hardly any compassion left for my own people; most are not even Germans anyway.)

  29. @V. K. Ovelund

    The worst defeat in American History ?
    Nowhere near. The worst defeat is happening as we write – the ongoing loss of the USD’s status as the world’s reserve currency. Once complete – shortly – economic, then political and social collapse beckon. Violence, civil war and partition – very likely. The end of America, and American History.

  30. “Jesus wins.”

    Andy Anglin, the great unteachable Christer!!! Andy, a remarkable combination of a shrewd political observer and an embarrassing religious moron. Go Andy, go!

  31. Dutch Boy says:

    This was an intra-Aryan conflict promoted by ZOGists in and out of Ukraine. The sooner it is over the better.

    • Agree: Adam Smith
  32. @Wade Hampton

    “Jesus said unto them, A prophet is not without honour …” Bla, bla, bla.

    Who the hell is Jesus?

    Did he publish anything? A book or an essay? Did he write anything? Could he even write?

    • LOL: Wade Hampton
    • Replies: @dthandle
    , @Rich
  33. Anonymous[395] • Disclaimer says:
    @TGD

    And the sentient peoples of the world lose

    So they do. “Sentient” means “able to feel things, or sense them”[1] and comes from the Latin for “feeling”. Sapient beings don’t think, they feel.

    Sapient beings, OTH, do not. “Sapient” means “acutely insightful and wise”, and comes from the Greek for “wise”. [2]

    In other words, the people of the world who do not think and are not wise, but only feel, have lost. Well, maybe so. They lose a pretty often.
    *************************

    1] https://www.vocabulary.com/dictionary/sentient
    2] https://www.vocabulary.com/dictionary/sapient

  34. Stoltenberg is like one of those annoying Pomeranian lap dogs that bark and yip at you and might even try to nip your ankles … a firm kick of the boot is usually enough to shake it back to reality … at least for a moment or two.

    • Agree: Adam Smith
  35. Renoman says:

    I was right all along as well! You can only sling shit at people for so long until they finally taste it and realize poor old Joe is just an idiot and Putin is a very smart man. logic and intelligence takes a lot longer to sink in that throwing feces. I’m now waiting for the squirming and ass covering show as America sinks into depression and eventual obscurity, I’m betting on a Civil War, people are mighty pissed at this shit show wrecking the World economy for a gay parade and black lives that no one gives a shit about. What a disaster.

    • Agree: CelestiaQuesta
  36. neutral says:
    @Joe Paluka

    cooler heads will prevail and we will see Europe (who has no desire to be poor and starving) decouple from the United States dictated alliance

    This is will not happen without massive bloodshed, a single European state that would want to declare independence from the American empire would not only have to deal with the US regime, but all the rest of the European satraps that will gang up on it. On top of that, no matter how bad living conditions get, the propaganda against anyone breaking free will be that they are racist and homophobic, very few will want to be seen as being that and will suffer poverty first before they are labeled a bigot.

    • Replies: @Alrenous
  37. rgl says:

    Lol … Anglin’s ego is bigger than both the Ukraine and Russia.

  38. neutral says:
    @Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme

    You are both wrong, everyone fighting in that conflict are not Aryans. Even if one could somehow ignore the fact that they were Slavs, those people with Swastika tattoos would not have been accepted in the Third Reich, tattoos such as that would not have been acceptable in society.

  39. dthandle says:
    @Robert Konrad

    @Robert Konrad
    It’s been 2,000 years now of people trying to get around the reality of Jesus Christ.
    Most specifically, His resurrection, which He foretold. And then it was documented, lock, stock and barrel.
    It’s been 2,000 years of people trying to get around that historical fact, or to negate it in some way.
    But what does it tell you that without publishing “a book or an essay,” He so completely altered the course of human events?
    2,000 years from now, ain’t no one gonna know who I was. You, too, along with everyone else reading these words.
    Why would any of us even know who Jesus was 2,000 years later?
    The answer is obvious.

    • Replies: @anonymous
  40. Anon[159] • Disclaimer says:

    From Wikipedia:

    After leaving the army, Stoltenberg enrolled at the University of Oslo, graduating in 1987 with the cand.oecon. degree in economics. The title of his thesis was Makroøkonomisk planlegging under usikkerhet. En empirisk analyse (“Macroeconomic planning under uncertainty. An empirical analysis”).[9]

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jens_Stoltenberg

    LMAO!


    Jens Stoltenberg outside of NATO headquarters (photo courtesy AFP)

  41. “Italy calls on the West to make territorial concessions to Russia”
    https://vz.ru/news/2022/6/12/1162695.html
    “Pope praises Russian classical music festival”
    (The First Hypocrite is getting cosy, because OP Z will be the end of the evil Roman Church in Ukr.).
    https://vz.ru/news/2022/6/12/1162752.html
    Russia is building a better world (by sacrificing many of its most loyal men) to give less power for popes & Poolish and (so God will) the end of Jewmerica, EUSSR, Israhell & Vatica(n).

  42. Oh, stop crowing, Andrew!

  43. @Anonymous

    I think you may want to edit your post–if possible. You first say, “Sapient beings don’t think, they feel.” This is presumably to set up some contrast with…”sapient beings”? Perhaps you meant something like “sensate beings” for the first term?

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  44. [ having to drink Gerolsteiner is apt punishment for Anglin´s rah-rah]

    When dealing with the Jew it is dangerous to impute what one wants to hear
    to be what actually was said; Stoltenberg didn´t really say a thing:
    In ZATOspeak “territorial concessions” means return to the status quo ante
    and negotiations over the status of Crimea i.e. set back Russia behind the
    situation before the start of the SMO.
    ZATO is temporizing … either they have given up but refuse to say so, or they
    are preparing something (hinted at by wanting a ceasefire “for this time”);
    in both cases it is imperative to physically take Odessa now, before any
    commitment.

  45. SafeNow says:

    People look at me and say “man, it must be great to be Andrew Anglin and be right about everything all the time.”

    But it is not so.

    It’s a great burden I carry.

    This strikes me as the stuff of a great play, a play like the ones they used to write 50 years ago. The “burdened” protagonist, Anglin, is confronted by an intervening event, which causes him to interrogate his conscience; to recognize his limitations; to strip away his moorings and candidly examine his self-described burden.

  46. Richard B says:
    @Fidelios Automata

    I don’t judge by ethnicity, I judge by behavior.

    A noble idea.

    I won’t condemn the rest.

    You would if you knew the rest were on the side of the 20% and against you.

    Which, of course, they are.

  47. Did anyone really believe the \$40 billion Joe CornPop aka the Big Guy, approved for ZioNazi’s was for aid? I mean, seriously???

    Once all that money is divided up after Joe’s 10% cut, a cease fire will occur, Zelenskyy will retire to New York to pursue his comedy routine as a SNL regular, and everyone will be wearing t-shirts that read “AA Was Right”.

    Move over Alex Jones, your demise is at end.

    • Agree: Bo Bo
  48. Alrenous says: • Website

    if the head of NATO is saying it’s time to concede to Russia, the show is over and it’s just a matter of how long it is going to take for the gears to move.

    Very plausible. Thus it is shown that the head of NATO outranks POTUS, who can’t get anything done even with a “historic” mandate even stronger than Obama’s.

    After reading Foseti, the question is not who outranks POTUS, but where exactly they hang out.

    Of course quite a few folk outrank Stoltenberg as well. Folk who aren’t dumb enough to have to issue press releases and let the hoi polloi know their name. Hard to demand the resignation of someone you don’t know exists, now isn’t it?

    Likewise, even if someone gets Stoltenberg fired, he was merely a secretary; you wanted to fire his boss, and he won’t tell you his boss’ name because his boss is a lot scarier than you are.

    People ask me: “what is it like to live inside a brain that is right all the time about everything?”

    Pretty boring. Real life is supposed to have plot twists.

  49. Alrenous says: • Website
    @Andreas

    Lack of responsibility is the whole point of the system and has been since at least Cromwell. Public costs, private profits.

    E.g. the Bank of England was invented because nobody would lend known deadbeat Orange any money, so he had to set up an Official theft ring to get funded.

    It’s okay, nobody much seems to mind. Looks like they all imagine themselves at the head of the theft ring one day. Can’t destroy your own future career by busting it up.

  50. @Joe Paluka

    You would have to be a GlobalHomo/BLM/Jihadist die hard idiot to believe you would survive a Hypersonic Nuke up your anal cavity.
    Putin called ‘Checkmate’ and they all squirmed in their Depends yelling “Hurry Hurry, get that damn January 6th trail on air ASAP, or else.
    Nothing more entertaining than watching their illegal shitshow trial and phony stock market pyramid scheme fall like wet shit from a mad cow’s ass.

    • Replies: @Joe Paluka
  51. Alrenous says: • Website
    @neutral

    Nobody is suggesting they break free de jure. Only de facto. Start to casually sandbag when Auntie Sammie demands something, instead of leaping to anticipate her whims.

    Did you know Belgium forgot to have a government for over 500 days? Of course we mean no “elected” government. Nobody much noticed the difference. Just do that, but in reverse. The elected “government” says all the right words, while the real government holds everything up in committee repeatedly.

  52. Chui says:
    @beavertales

    Of course, the muppets will never admit they were wholly wrong. They lack historical perspective and have an avulsion for geopolitics. Whatever “the TV Man/Woman/Thing” tells them is what they profess to believe. I’ve learned long ago not to ask what they “believe”. They believe nothing. They are transitory hedonists who we have allowed to destroy our nation.

    • Replies: @Alrenous
  53. ricpic says:

    God Bless Putin for standing up to the globalist shites. May this be the beginning of their downfall.

  54. @TG

    This TG person has been writing the same comment again and again. He is a concern troll. Here is his standard message.

    Putin initially wanted a lighting strike, like he pulled off in Crimea, and this was a colossal failure. He might have come closer than people think, but he still failed. You don’t need to be a genius to see that the Russians tried – and failed utterly!

    He reiterates this nonsense from time to time but the point is the same.

    The Russians are simply unable to conduct any sort of war of maneuver against the Ukrainians!

    So for those who don’t know what’s going on, here is the latest map from Donbas. A cauldron formation has been progressing as planned. Soon a large group of the Ukrainian forces will be encircled.

    And regarding that recurring argument that the Russians failed to take Kiev, consider this.

    Kiev is a big town – 800 square km. That means, to encircle Kiev would require enough personnel to be stretched along at least 900 square km perimeter. That’s a square with 30 km sides.

    Now count it.

    Keep it in mind that the Germans had to send 500 thousand men to do that, and then the Russians had to send 700 to undo that.

  55. 36 ulster says:
    @Sebastian Hawks

    Russia’s loss of its Central Asian satraps (referred to as Trashcanistan by some cruel types) and its own demographic bust have made it believing in the concept of ECONOMY of force, not just concentration of it. Thus the strategically- (liberation of the Donbass) and tactically-limited (encirclement of Ukrainian cities in rather than cage matches reminiscent of Stalingrad, Ortona or Arnhem). Rather than the Fulda Gap, I “prefer” to be worried about the Khalkin Gol Front. This is an area on the Mongolian border where the Japanese were defeated by the Soviets in 1939 (the Japanese called it Nomonhan). Thanks to our Globalist Quislings–apologies to that Norwegian gentleman–Russia faces the prospect of becoming a vassal state of China or the possibility of warfare if it opposes China’s economic or geographic (treaty-rooted) demands. Mongolia sided with the USSR during the Sino-Soviet rift during the Cold War, and the Caucasus and Central Asian “republics” provided the Soviets with additional men to pose a credible threat to Peking. Will these nations still prefer alignment with Moscow? Today’s Russia is down to some 145 million souls, with very few living east of the Urals. Europeans Putin and Lavrov may decide that discretion is the better part of valor and opt for a tighter alliance with China, with perhaps other Asian nations to follow. India may not be on board for a while; they have a border dispute with China in a Himalayan region known as Ladakh (or Aksai Chin, IYP). Long story short, our virtue orgasms over Gallant Ukraine will subside, and post-coitally, it will be revealed that China emerges as the real winner–merely by standing back and watching the tragedy-farce with grimly-efficient fascination and satisfaction.

  56. WATTBA says:

    Make no mistake, there will be no end until NATO is dissolved forever…
    Peacefully or not.

    • Agree: Jimmy le Blanc
  57. RobinG says:
    @Notsofast

    No one, including A.A., should underestimate the ability of our leaders to snatch catastrophe from the hands of defeat. (I.E., it can still get worse… much worse.)

    According to Col. MacGregor, this isn’t the time to celebrate (or to “sit back and watch”). He encourages a phone campaign to oppose Kinzinger’s stealth NDAA.

  58. Rich says:
    @Robert Konrad

    To answer your 1st question, Jesus is the Son of God.

  59. anonymous[137] • Disclaimer says:

    Sheesh!! Fuck the Ukraine!!

    You pagan godless vermin have a much more intractable issue at the very evilisational level… your fucking godmen!!

    https://fox5.news/german-catholic-priests-condemned-5700-sexual-abuse/

    When are you godless scum going to bring out these perverts and castrate the bastards?!! And, while you are at it, how about castrating the pagan polytheist ideology of Christianity?!

    1..2..3…

    Yes, I know, go on… R O T H E R H A M!!!!

    • Replies: @Kim
  60. MotGOD says:

    What a liar you are Anglin — and a piss-poor propagandist.

    Only true Raping Russian fanboys will just believe your spin and fail to examine what was actually said: https://www.nato.int/cps/us/natohq/opinions_196300.htm

    “Putin’s ambitions go beyond Ukraine. ”

    We must ensure that: “Aggression does not pay. Intimidation does not work. ”

    “It’s about hard power.” (i.e. effing the Raping Russians up in Ukraine and letting them know we will end them if they dare to try La Putina’s “Peter the Great” delusions).

    And as for “Ukraine must surrender” you, again, are pathetic.

    What he actually said:
    “So first to the question of whether peace is possible. Yes, peace is possible. The question is what kind of peace? Because if Ukraine withdraw its forces and stop fighting, then Ukraine will cease to exist as an independent, sovereign nation in Europe. If President Putin stops fighting, then we’ll have peace. So the dilemma is, of course, that peace is always possible. Surrender can provide peace. But as we have seen, the Ukrainians, they don’t accept peace at any price. They are actually willing to pay a very high price for their independence. And again, Finland is a country that really knows the price for peace and also the price for independence and being a sovereign nation. And it’s not for me to judge how high price the Ukrainians should be willing to pay. I mean, we pay a price because we provide support, we see the economic effects of the economic sanctions. But there is no doubt, as you said Sauli, that the highest price is paid by Ukrainians every day. And therefore it’s for them to judge, not for me, what is the price they are willing to pay, for peace and for independence?”

    And also:
    “Peace is possible, but the question, how much are you willing to forsake to pay for getting that peace? The absolute best way to achieve peace in Ukraine is for President Putin to end this senseless war. We have to remember, every morning, every day, every hour during the day, there is one man, one nation that is responsible for that – and that is President Putin. Then we have difficult dilemmas, difficult choices, but it is President Putin’s brutal invasion of Ukraine that has created those dilemmas. And they can be solved by . . . from his side by ending the war. Then, one more thing on this, is that as President Zelensky has stated many times, this war will end at the negotiating table. The question is what kind of position will the Ukrainians have when they negotiate a solution? Our responsibility is to make that position as strong as possible.”

    So that means Nato and Europe and USA are gonna keep Ukraine in the fight until your beloved Raping Russians are gutted, pushed back by the coming large counter-offensives, and beg to go to the negotiations to try and cheat their way into holding onto some sliver of their ill-gotten gains.

    There is no Surrender at all in what he said.

    In fact it is a dire warning to Putina the Great and his fanboys that Nato is gonna put them in check, make them bleed, cut of the grasping hand of any Russian attempts on Nato nations, and if the great peter Putina dares to act on his nuclear terrorism threats Nato will exterminate Russia.

    You mislead your fanboys about “Surrender” but in reality if Putina doesn’t get smart or get “removed” it is gonna be “Russia Delenda Est”.

    Wake up fanboys — Anglin is fooling you.

    • Agree: peterAUS
    • Replies: @WATTBA
    , @YetAnotherAnon
    , @Derer
  61. meamjojo says:

    Ukraine’s leader says his troops keep defying predictions
    “It’s already the 108th day of the war, already June. Donbas is holding on,” Volodymyr Zelenskyy said.

    06/12/2022 08:25 AM EDT

    [MORE]

    KYIV, Ukraine — Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said no one knows how long the war in his country will last but that Ukrainian forces are defying expectations by preventing Russian troops from overrunning eastern Ukraine, where the fighting has been fiercest for weeks.

    In his nightly video address, Zelenskyy said he was proud of the Ukrainian defenders managing to hold back the Russian advance in the Donbas region, which borders Russia and where Moscow-backed separatists have controlled much of the territory for eight years.

    “Remember how in Russia, in the beginning of May, they hoped to seize all of the Donbas?” the president said late Saturday. “It’s already the 108th day of the war, already June. Donbas is holding on.”

    After failing to capture Kyiv, Ukraine’s capital, early in the war, Moscow focused on seizing the parts of the largely Russian-speaking Donbas still in Ukrainian hands, as well as the country’s southern coast. But instead of securing a swift, decisive takeover, Russian forces were drawn into a long, laborious battle, thanks in part to the Ukrainian military’s use of Western-supplied weapons.
    ,,,
    https://www.politico.com/news/2022/06/12/ukraine-zelenskyy-war-predictions-00039007

  62. meamjojo says:

    Here’s something y’all can learn from:
    ———
    SURVIVAL
    2022, VOL. 64, NO. 3, 7-28
    https://doi.org/10.1080/00396338.2022.2078044

    A Brutal Examination: Russian Military Capability in Light of the Ukraine War
    Robert Dalsjö, Michael Jonsson, and Johan Norberg

    [MORE]

    ABSTRACT
    Russian armed forces’ lacklustre performance in Ukraine has surprised military analysts. Shortcomings have included breakdowns in logistics, poor equipment and morale, abysmal communications, and muddled command and control, as well as a weak showing by the Russian Aerospace Forces, air defence, and cruise and ballistic missiles. Chief among the contributing factors are wishful political thinking, overreliance on esoteric doctrine and endemic corruption. War, however, brutally exposes peacetime cheating. Consequently, estimates of Russian military capabilities – in particular, for large-formation combined-arms operations, logistics, air defence and intangibles such as morale – need to be carefully reassessed. Earlier analyses of a Russia–NATO conflict appear to have overstated the challenge of defending Europe. Looking ahead, the conventional threat from Russia seems less daunting than previously thought, and the country faces a formidable task in repairing depleted capabilities. That said, President Vladimir Putin’s appetite for risk is greater than anticipated.

    As Russian President Vladimir Putin made an all-in bet on invading Ukraine, most analysts expected Russian forces to be relentlessly effective and campaign plans meticulous, commensurate with the enormous risks the operation inevitably imposed on Russia in theatre and internationally. While the future of Ukraine hinges on the outcome of the war, so do Russia’s standing as an aspiring world power and the political future of Putin himself. But war can be a brutal examination that ruthlessly reveals peacetime cheating. Indications quickly mounted that little was going according to Russian plans, and that the plans, means and measures were not sound.

    While Russian paratroopers quickly took Hostomel Airport, they became an isolated target instead of a beachhead. The menacing convoy emanating from Belarus suffered nightmarish logistical failures; Russian troops in the Donbas region failed to break through; and Russian armour and logistics suffered mightily at the hands of Ukraine’s special-operations forces, territorial-guard units, drones and artillery.1 Initial Russian missile strikes, cyber attacks, electronic warfare and psychological operations were of a much lesser scale and efficacy than expected.2 Pre-war analyses of more than a decade’s worth of military reforms widely believed to have turned the Russian Armed Forces into an effective fighting machine gave Ukraine slim odds of putting up a serious resistance.3 But quickly mounting evidence of Russian shortcomings on the battlefield evoked questions of whether its army has been a ‘paper tiger’ or ‘rotten’ all along.4

    Prior assessments of Russian military capabilities, NATO–Russia war games, and analysis of the correlation of Russian and Ukrainian forces all clearly missed the mark on some important metrics, raising troubling questions for military analysts, including ourselves.5 A rethink of Russian military capability is clearly warranted, both to adjust for its demonstrable shortcomings and weaknesses and, equally important, to understand their causes and long-term strategic implications. Conducted in the fog of war, with biased sources and against a moving target – as Russian forces are continuously adapting – this is obviously a first assessment, not the final word. Military capability is context-specific, so the fierce Ukrainian resistance, extensive Western support (especially in the area of intelligence) and poor Russian strategic-level planning need to be factored in to avoid following an apparent overestimation with an equally gross underestimation.
    ….
    https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/epub/10.1080/00396338.2022.2078044?needAccess=true

    • Agree: peterAUS
    • Replies: @YetAnotherAnon
    , @peterAUS
  63. WATTBA says:
    @MotGOD

    Russia, in fact, has set forth clearly its strategic aims. In December 2021, Russia issued two draft treaties to the U.S. and NATO which included demands for a security architecture in Europe that would guarantee indivisible security for all, and a withdrawal by NATO to its former 1997 eastern limits. These documents underline that Ukraine is but one small part to Russia’s wider strategic aims. The two drafts were ignored in Washington.

    NATO is over for good… Peacefully or not

    • Replies: @MotGOD
  64. Anonymous[222] • Disclaimer says:
    @V. K. Ovelund

    Hardly the worst defeat in American history, but still a major defeat. The end state will be a US reduced from a world power to an oceanic power based on AUKUS [1]. Asia will be EastAsia and EurAsia/Russia. In other words, Trotsky called it back in the 1930s or so.

    The US will be helpless for quite some time, several decades, but will not be invaded because Eurasia [2] and EastAsia [3] will be fully occupied within their own borders. World trade will be greatly reduced as autarky becomes a practical necessity. Countries that are not self sufficient in food and fertilizer production will undergo population loss until they can feed themselves.

    The surviving US States will be those that can become highly results oriented.

    With the exception of WW II, the US has always suffered severe economic failures after a reorganization. This time will be no exception. “Severe economic failures” aren’t the end of the world. So you can look forward to severe poverty, and kids who see better days. Retirees, pretty much anywhere, can look forward to moving in with the kids. That is not the end of the US or the end of the world — just another bad hair day, by historical standards.

    ****************************************

    1] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=94FcknAsDpg
    https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/japan-verge-systemic-collapse-dramatic-unpredictable-non-linearities-financial-markets-bank
    A broke Japan will become a member of AUKUS. It would have no real alternative, as AUKUS a need for Japanese bases and industrial capacity and also has a deep-sea Navy, which EastAsia/PRC doesn’t.
    2] https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/pitchforks-soon-europe
    3] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OmKFt68sqQw

  65. anonymous[137] • Disclaimer says:
    @dthandle

    2000 years?!! Lol!

    The dot-dindoos have been writing and talking about their mangods, Shiva, Vishnu, Ram, Krishna, et el, for far longer than 2000 years. They still do, quite fervently too.

    In fact your deceitful religion was borne out of a copulation of the Judaic “in-his-image” mangods-worship and the Triple Deity mangods-worshipping faiths such as the dot-dindoo, Trimurthi.

    Does that mean the dot-dindoos have a stronger handle on the truth? The answer should be obvious, no? 😀

    Have you not wondered why Chrizzie pagan vermin have so pathetically been unable to logically explain the batshit idea of 3 persons in 1 god, the Trinity? And, I don’t mean infidels (in your faith) like me. I mean your own kind who simply can’t wrap their heads around this pagan abomination.

    But then, you are such a strong believer… I suppose, since you comprehend the 3 states of H2O, you must be so sure of the Trinity too, right?

    Rofl!!

  66. MotGOD says:
    @WATTBA

    Yes and a robber once demanded my wallet.

    I ignored both his “drafts”, disarmed him, and beat him down.

    Raping Russian delusions of grandeur are over for good… Peacefully or not.

    • Agree: meamjojo
  67. Alrenous says: • Website
    @Chui

    Anyone with decent social skills knew it was all a sham to start with. You can’t wake up someone who is pretending to be asleep. They’re not embarrassed for being wrong because you, too, were supposed to know it was all a lie. On the contrary, they’re embarrassed for you when you take it seriously, as if silly things like ‘the facts’ had anything to do with it.

  68. How many honest-on the ground reporters are there? Five, Six maybee?
    Patrick Lancaster. Vanessa Beely, . Who else?

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  69. Not everyone thinks the show’s over and the project of bleeding Russia is still alive, a Brit Globemaster has landed at Rzeszow from Burgas, where there’s obviously been a shipborne delivery of weapons. Yesterday a Ukrainian AN124 did the same run. It’s now heading back to the UK.

    https://www.flightradar24.com/RRR6423/2c3bb828

    • Replies: @YetAnotherAnon
  70. Got mush to say but just seeing how things work here first

  71. @meamjojo

    “Conducted in the fog of war, with biased sources and against a moving target – as Russian forces are continuously adapting – this is obviously a first assessment, not the final word. Military capability is context-specific, so the fierce Ukrainian resistance, extensive Western support (especially in the area of intelligence) and poor Russian strategic-level planning need to be factored in to avoid following an apparent overestimation with an equally gross underestimation.”

    Wise words. But I still can’t see any other result than a Ukrainian defeat, which means that

    a) the sooner Russia wins the better

    b) that weapons sent by Western powers are just prolonging Ukraine’s agony and getting Slavs on both sides killed to no good purpose

    The best-laid plans seldom survive contact with a motivated enemy. Russia aren’t unique in discovering this – it was taught them by the Finns in 1939-40.

    • Replies: @meamjojo
  72. @YetAnotherAnon

    “It’s now heading back to the UK.”

    I tell a lie, it looks as if it’s going back to Burgas (Bulgaria) for another load.

    https://www.flightradar24.com/RRR6423/2c3bb828

    The Ukrainian An124 is also heading Burgas – Rzeszow, and will land very soon.

    https://www.flightradar24.com/A124/2c3b5bc9

    • Replies: @Kratoklastes
  73. Stoltenberg wants Ukraine to concede territory in exchange for NATO keeping all its territory, brushing aside any reversal of NATO’s eastward charge.

    He needed to announce at an absolute minimum that Ukraine will never join NATO.

    • Replies: @Anymike
  74. Anonymous[159] • Disclaimer says:

    It would not have been possible without the solid backing of another economic and military superpower.

    Major props to China! 👊

    The future of civilization is the East.

    • Replies: @meamjojo
  75. Anonymous[104] • Disclaimer says:
    @Dealy Stormdrain Shooter

    How many honest-on the ground reporters are there? Five, Six maybee?
    Patrick Lancaster. Vanessa Beely, . Who else?

    Graham Phillips. He’s a Brit.
    https://t.me/grahamwphillips

    • Thanks: YetAnotherAnon
  76. Truth says:

    People look at me and say “man, it must be great to be Andrew Anglin and be right about everything all the time.”

    You predicted the Globetrotters were going to beat the Generals, and it’s still only the middle of the third quarter…

    What a talent you are.

  77. @beavertales

    No. There’s no need to explain or admit anything since the Jewish controlled press prevented most people from ever knowing that Ukraine bombed and shelled the civilian population of Donbass for 8 years.

  78. If the war in Ukraine is ending, it means only one thing – Another one to replace it has already been found and approved.

    Since it has to be a country with no air force, I’m betting it’s Nicaragua, Cuba or Venezuela.

    • Replies: @Carroll price
  79. @Joe Levantine

    “failure is an orphan”

    This particular orphan will be bailed out by Daddy Warbucks on quantitative easing.

    Over Miami,

    • LOL: Joe Levantine
  80. @Sebastian Hawks

    I don’t think Putin has any intention of stopping until Ukraine is completely occupied and neutralized, followed by the Baltic States and Poland forced to withdraw from NATO.

  81. @MotGOD

    “So that means Nato and Europe and USA are gonna keep Ukraine in the fight until your beloved Raping Russians are gutted”

    Or until Ukrainians are gutted. I personally would like to see neither gutted, but that depends on a Ukrainian government that’s not a wholly owned subsidiary of the US State Department.

    If and when Ukrainians are gutted, the Ukrainian government will all be in their Gstaad villas, paid for by US taxpayers.

  82. anonymous[403] • Disclaimer says:

    Ukraine Hasbara cheerleaders “meamjojo” and “peterAUS” are both laughing stocks with your desperate comments.

    Give it up. Ukraine is done.

    • Replies: @meamjojo
  83. Ronis says:
    @Anonymous

    “Imagine how differently the Iraq war would’ve progressed if Iraq only had the ability to knock every GPS, intel, SATCOM satellite in the first minutes of the conflict??”

    That’s why we learn land nav Marine!

  84. I remember over past years that Putin would be like “if you do that there will be big trouble” whenever it was suggested that Russia could be disconected from SWIFT. As if the one thing Putin feared was the ultimate sanction.

    Do with me what you will but please PLEASE don’t fling me in dat briar patch.

    Putin must have known when he invaded Ukraine that banning Russia from SWIFT would be the DEATH of King Dollar.

    Said king is now enjoying his weekend at Bernie’s. The former U S of A is now Brazil. The future belongs to China. And Russia. This is not what the WEF and the Builder Bergers had in mind. They will always be rich. But they will never be Gods.

  85. Mike-SMO says:

    If NATO will not assist in protecting their alternate fuel supply (gas, oil, coal) in the Ukraine, why would anyone expect NATO to defend Poland, Hungary, Finland, the Baltic States, or the Balkans?

    The Ukraine “wins” by not loosing. Russia has to occupy and control land. Both nations are stressed. “Winning” will be for the one able to bear the cost.

    Poland and others have been victims of Russian/Soviet occupation. If the Ukraine falls, they are next. Russia will always have some excuse ready. This time, the Ukraine has “bled” Russia for 10 days. I don’t think that the EU will want to waste that down payment.

    Everyone is being “careful” and “polite”. I doubt that the Russian leadership will go “nuclear” as long as (Rodina) Russia ia not threatened. Russia has ka-zoomy missiles but has seen the slower but precise NATO/US missiles in Syria. With precision, you don’t need nukes for rail yards, facilities, depots, etc. Destroying those could make Russia into third world country right next to an aggressive China. China is the terror weapon that has had its eyes on “reclaiming” Siberia for centuries. Russia has reasons to limit its losses in the Ukraine so as to be able to hold off China.

    The Russians/Soviets murdered 4-12 Million “Kulaks” during the 1930s and current Russian “law makers” have talked of killing 2+ million more. The Ukraine knows the stakes of this game.

    • Troll: antibeast, Gordo
    • Replies: @nokangaroos
  86. @Kurt Knispel

    Russia is taking all of Ukraine back home

    Nope. Not a chance. The Russians have no desire whatsoever to ‘integrate’ the shitty WEstern bits of Country 404.

    Western 404 is shit-ass poor – about 30% of the GDP of Country 404, and about 60% of the land area.

    Not for nothin’, but this also shows the weakness of GDP as a measure, because GDP includes government spending, and salaries of government bureaucrats in the main government metropolises are always ~1.3x the national average.

    This is a very significant reason why Kiev has a much higher per capita average output than the country as a whole: the parasite classes get paid much more than the polity, as do people who rely on government spending (most ‘tech’; all ‘defence’; all media… etc) – industries whose lobbyists infest national capitals like maggots on rotting meat.

    Western 404 is also very rural: ~60% of the population lives in villages – compared to DNPR and LNPR where 80% of the population lives in towns and cities. Being rural is no bad thing in itself – but it tends to be associated with low levels of industrialisation, which means low living standards.

    No, Russia does not want Western 404. They’ll probably have to take some land that they don’t really want in order to have a buffer.

    Poland will absorb everything west of Zhitomyr, and the bit between there and the Dniepr (let’s call it Rump 404 or maybe Kekistan) will be overseen by a neutral, non-NATO satrap of some form or other.

    Should look something like this:

    • Agree: Derer
    • Replies: @Alrenous
    , @nokangaroos
  87. @YetAnotherAnon

    They can airlift all the màtériel to fulfil the (conventional) masturbatory fantasies of [Z]Elenskiyyyyyy; that won’t help it get to the poor bastards stuck on the line of contact.

    And a lot of this stuff that gets to the line of contact, subsequently gets abandoned…

    https://t.me/intelslava/26934

    There’s a bunch of entertaining cracked screens from captured phones from former fighters for Country 404: search terms like “Why Javelin not work“; “How to fire Javelin” and so forth.

    [Z]Elenskiyyyyyy is conscripting women now. Maybe the Ghost of Kiev has finished refueling, and 404 is ready to launch the big push towards Moscow and final Glorious Victory.

    • Thanks: YetAnotherAnon
  88. Alrenous says: • Website
    @Kratoklastes

    Just use the Big Mac Index.

    Official BMI inflation in America is 40%.

    Don’t worry, turns out McDs managed to not, you know, lose any money on pulling out of Russia. (Pure virtue signalling lol.) It’s called the Vkusno & Tochka index there now.

  89. @Anonymous

    With the exception of WW II, the US has always suffered severe economic failures after a reorganization. This time will be no exception. “Severe economic failures” aren’t the end of the world. So you can look forward to severe poverty, and kids who see better days. Retirees, pretty much anywhere, can look forward to moving in with the kids. That is not the end of the US or the end of the world — just another bad hair day, by historical standards.

    Sure, I would agree, if modern Americans were like normal historical people. Or if they were more like modern Russian or Chinese people. They are not. These hypnotized globohomo puppets will not be able to handle the first stage of true hardship. What awaits Americans and their allies is utter chaos and destruction.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  90. Derer says:
    @MotGOD

    How about Ukrainian foreign government being overthrow by an inside coup. Ukrainian population is by and large antisemitic. Sacrificing Ukrainian life for foreign profiteers on unwinnable war has limit.

    • Agree: nokangaroos
  91. bert33 says:

    ‘Total aryan victory’..can’t wait to read the russian report on jewish neonazis and what they were up to in the ukraine for the 8 years preceding the russian invasion. Going to be a real page turner…NATO needs to make their peace with russia also, as russia has the military capability to shut the lights off in europe pretty much permanently. But first, a formal surrender to russian officers by ukranian officers, followed by the zelensky trial in moscow. AAAAAnd when it’s all done, a public govt. interview with elon musk concerning 1/2 million tons of ukranian lithium oxide.

  92. @Mike-SMO

    Copium.
    The Jew started this war, and it´s not going as planned [shrug] no plan ever
    survived contact with the enemy; the Ukies are fighting with a tenacity worthy
    of a better cause, but the Jews are already on thin ice (in German, there´s a
    saying about the too-well-fed donkey … ).
    Hope for the Chinese is eerily reminiscent of fantasies that “Prester John”
    would attack the Mongols from behind – the Chinese would have to be
    downright brain amputees to not notice the same Jew doing the same playbook
    in Taiwan (when the US/ZATO is burned to the ground it may be time
    to discuss Primorye/Priamurye).
    It is inevitable the posterity of the kulaks wise up to who murdered them –
    you better dress warmly.

  93. meamjojo says:
    @YetAnotherAnon

    Ukraine on its own could not stand-up to the resources that Russia has, no matter how mismanaged the Russian military may be.

    However, with the USA+NATO, Ukraine has a very good chance of kicking Russia’s ass, IF the west continues to feed them the weapons, ammunition and intelligence they need in a timely matter AND IF the West is able to politically maintain the support for Ukraine.

    A motivated fighter defending something dear to them (their country in this case) is worth much more than bunch of conscripts being horsewhipped to fight for false proclamations (e.g. “fighting Nazi’s”)..

    • Replies: @nokangaroos
    , @Anon
    , @j2
    , @Begemot
    , @JL
  94. meamjojo says:
    @Anonymous

    For the clueless Anon – China is just looking for a way to stab Russia in the back and get into Biden’s good graces.
    ———
    TYRANTS’ TIFF Vladimir Putin ‘slams Xi Jinping for not helping with sanctions busting & blames “a*****e” foreign minister for failure’
    Jun 7 2022

    [MORE]

    VLADIMIR Putin launched a foul mouthed tirade about Xi Jinping over his failure to help in sanctions busting, it’s been claimed.

    During his rant, the Russian tyrant called his foreign minister an “a*****e” as he blamed him for the failure to secure China’s support.

    At the beginning of the war in Ukraine, Russia was hit with wide ranging sanctions aimed at crippling its economy following the unprovoked invasion of its neighbour.

    China’s President Xi is one of Putin’s closest allies and has failed to condemn his invasion of Ukraine.

    But there have been reports that Russia has become frustrated at Beijing’s failure to provide financial and technological support subject to sanctions by the US, UK and other countries.

    According to the General SVR telegram channel, at a recent meeting Putin expressed his personal dissatisfaction with Xi Jinping “in harsh and obscene terms”.
    ….
    https://www.the-sun.com/news/5512939/putin-slams-xi-jinping-not-helping-sanctions-busting/

  95. @Kratoklastes

    Should look something like this:

    If the waterpolacks leave East Germany (= fat chance).
    Only Lemberg and Volhynia are historically Polish s.s. i.e. Polish settled
    (“Congress Poland”). Zhitomir is a moist fantasy of which they have many.
    And you forgot to return Bessarabia (that little appendix south of Odessa)
    to Romania.
    The Donbass is so “Russian” because it was the heavy industrial Heart of the
    Soviet Union – of course the coal miners, steel makers and engineers were not
    recruited locally; and even before that, Noworossija was built by Germans,
    Tatars and such sober Russians as could be found.
    The “rest”, whatever you call it, is a landlocked sunflower field.

    • Replies: @j2
  96. Anymike says:
    @Notsofast

    It’s an old saying. Victory has a thousand fathers. Defeat is an orphan.

  97. @meamjojo

    The Ukies do not believe they “defend something dear to them”
    (except astroturfed delusions of grandeur) or they wouldn´t behave like
    an occupying army (which in reality they are).
    They fully realize they are not wanted, or they wouldn´t be routinely
    using human shields (it is time the Ruskies treat that as a war crime).

  98. This war can’t end too soon…. And if Stoltenberg is right, it’s a ray of hope.

    I’m appalled that so many educated people have either forgotten or never learned what WW3 and NUCLEAR WAR are likely to mean! There seems so little concern about them–though they would almost certainly mean the end of European Civilization as we know it, with the principal death and devastation befalling Western and Eastern Europe (including European Russia, West of the Urals) and Euroamerica–the USA, which is still predominantly Europe-descended.

    If it weren’t for Kissinger, Pat Buchanan, Tucker Carlson and–lo and behold–the recent NEW YORK TIMES, there’d have seemed no well-publicized acknowledgement that the world has been brought to the brink of unprecedented catastrophe.
    Cf. “Is WW3 Nigh?” https://theeuropeanfamily.com/f/is-ww3-nigh and “Of Fears & Hope,”
    https://theeuropeanfamily.com/f/of-fears-hope

    May this tragic brothers’ war–fought by Indo-Europeans on the ancient I-E Homeland, the Pontic-Caspian Steppe–be over before these neo-Marxists can plunge us into the utter disaster which USA/NATO has made a distinct possibility, what with its hellbent expansion of a specifically anti-Russian alliance to the Russian border (!), a sinister folly against which dozens of foreign-policy experts, including Kissinger, had long warned….

    • Agree: Dnought, V. K. Ovelund
    • Replies: @HeebHunter
  99. @Carroll price

    I hope you’re right, that VVP is absolutely determined to obtain that outcome.

  100. Anymike says:
    @Ann Nonny Mouse

    This war is an object lesson in what has been wrong with Europe for many centuries now and why Europe long has been a cesspool of increasingly destructive internecine warfare. The present conflict needs to be settled by the continental powers on the periphery. That means, the United States and Russia.

    Russia has some wants and we (America) have some big cards to play. Russia, above all, wants the Crimea recognized by the West as sovereign Russian territory. To get that, they have to give too.

    What else do we have to bargain with. The reaffirmation of the Helsinki boundaries. That will a sop to Ukraine as well since the countries to their West have claims against small areas of present Ukrainian territory in the west. Reaffirming the Helsinki boundaries will be be a slapdown to the countries of the former Warsaw pact to the extent that they the still nurse territorial claims beyond the boundaries of the former Soviet Union. Russia will welcome that, but Russia will have to pay for that too.

    What do we get? We get guarantees of the independence of the Baltic States. Not that Russia has designs on them, but the guarantees are essential for our own domestic consumption. What else does Russia give to get, meaning get recognition of the Crimea as Russian territory and get the end of sanctions. Well, Russia has to agree to leaving a lot of Russian speakers and ethnic Russian behind in the future Ukraine. What goes with that is Odessa. Odessa has to stay with Ukraine.

    What we have to agree to in order to get is a definition of what NATO is and what its boundaries are. Above all, NATO does not belong beyond the boundaries of the former Soviet Union, with the limited exception of the the Baltic States. This term of agreement does not involve Ukraine at all. Whether Ukraine consents or not has nothing to do with it.

    One thing should be very clear about this model. It represent a second stage of the Postwar European strategic and geopolitical settlement, the first stage being the Helsinki Accords. It also is a dictated settlement. Dictated by whom? Dictated by Russian and the United States. And dictated to whom? Primarily, it would be dictated to Ukraine above all. But dictated also to the other countries of Eastern Europe. The settlement also has to encompass the elimination of the pro-Nazi elements in Ukraine politics. The big powers – the giants – have to tell the small powers of Eastern Europe, you cannot have grievance driven foreign policies or have the power over war and peace in your hands. Sorry about that, but history tells us it doesn’t work out very well when they do.

    Ukraine gets enough out of this deal, that they have no business complaining They keep their western boundaries. They keep Odessa. They should be allowed to keep the Azov coast too. How you work that out is an issue because Russia wants a land connect to the Crimea. But it will be worked because it has to be.

    All of this grow out of the big card we hold, recognition of the Crimea as Russian territory. The path to peace goes through the Crimea. We should not be sitting on the side waiting for Russia and Ukraine to make the deal so that we do not have to take a side. We do have to take a side and make a commitment. But we won’t because we have an ineffective leadership which is unschooled in world history. I hate to say it, but if Donald Trump was still president and the same war was going on, we might not be doing any better. The art of the deal might have been Trump’s forte but geopolitical comprehension probably was not one of his strengths.

    Some people might look at this template, and say, it concedes too much to Russia. When the Helsinki Accord were promulgated, some people said, they conceded too much to the Soviet Union. But in the end they gave Europe a long peace sadly broken only in the Balkans and now in Ukraine, both territories Helsinki did not cover. When the Helsinki Accords were reached, the Balkan nations that later warred were behind the boundaries of Yugoslavia. Ukraine was beyond the boundaries of the Soviet Union, and the internal boundaries issues within the Soviet Union were not part of the matter of Helsinki.

    That’s why I call Helsinki the first stage of the Postwar European geopolitical settlement. With the fall of communism and the dissolution of the Soviet Union, a second stage was needed, but the West under the (Bill) Clinton doctrine of broad-spectrum dominance has resisted right until today. Time for a change.

    • Thanks: V. K. Ovelund
    • Replies: @nokangaroos
    , @Levtraro
  101. Anon[380] • Disclaimer says:
    @meamjojo

    There is nothing more retarded than Cold War Patriot boomer cloth heads coming on here to bloviate about “kickin’ Russian ass.”

    Boomers gotta boom.

    Joomers gotta joom.

  102. j2 says:
    @meamjojo

    “However, with the USA+NATO, Ukraine has a very good chance of kicking Russia’s ass, IF the west continues to feed them the weapons, ammunition and intelligence they need in a timely matter AND IF the West is able to politically maintain the support for Ukraine.”

    USA+NATO will give the weapons, ammunition and intelligence Ukraine needs in a timely matter. This is assured by Pentagon:
    https://www.ukrinform.net/rubric-polytics/3506334-us-to-continue-supporting-ukraine-to-put-it-in-strongest-possible-place-white-house.html

    West is able to politically maintain the support for Ukraine. This position has now so wide popular support that the leaders of the Western countries cannot do anything else even if they wanted (and the majority of those leaders do want to stop Russia, a brutal armed attack on an independent country in Europe is not tolerated, it brings too many memories of the WWII).

    Ukraine has a quite reasonable chance of pushing Russian troops out to the borders as they were before 24. Feb. 2022 to the end of this year. The rest (Crime, Donbas separatist areas) is to be negotiated.

    • Disagree: Lucius Vanini
    • Replies: @Dumbo
    , @Derer
  103. Begemot says:
    @meamjojo

    Show more respect to conscripts. Conscripts filled most of the US military that defeated Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan. They were up against a highly motivated opposition defending their countries against a foe who demanded unconditional surrender.

    • Replies: @Carroll price
  104. JL says:
    @meamjojo

    Conscripts in Russia are not allowed to see combat, it’s a law. Why are you commenting on this war at all if you can’t even get basic facts straight? But I see your enthusiasm is now tempered with this “AND IF” nonsense. No hedging will save you.

  105. Anonymous[166] • Disclaimer says:
    @Ghan-buri-Ghan

    Sure, I would agree, if modern Americans were like normal historical people. Or if they were more like modern Russian or Chinese people.

    In the 1960s containerization moved shipping and light manufacturing (and eventually heavy manufacturing) out of cities and into the countryside. There is a full blown economy in the US, and the US was largely self sufficient in raw materials before Pres. Biden. This economy will adapt itself to the new conditions, as I mentioned in https://www.unz.com/aanglin/shows-over-folk-jens-stoltenberg-says-ukraine-must-surrender/#comment-5390812 .

    The people you mention exist, certainly, in the large cities. The cities and these people will be unable to sustain the loss of Imperial income that has thus far sustained them. A similar situation pertains world wide: political domination by large and uneconomic cities that contain people rejected by the countryside, and these cities, with their inhabitants, are again like the people you mention, and, again, have a very difficult or impossible future.

    The days of praise for singing “Doom to the sinful US, and the US alone” are over. The scam went on too long; it’s just a cover for asset stripping. I suggest that you strip your own asset.

  106. j2 says:
    @nokangaroos

    “The Donbass is so “Russian” because it was the heavy industrial Heart of the
    Soviet Union – of course the coal miners, steel makers and engineers were not
    recruited locally; and even before that, ”

    Correct. Russians in Donbass came there mainly in the time of the Soviet Union. The dialect map of the Russian Empire in 1915 shows quite clearly that Donbass was Ukraine speaking area in the Russian Empire, (Little Russia was the name of Ukraine)
    Most Russians in Ukraine are in a similar way fairly recent immigrants as Russians in all occupied countries that formerly belonged to the Soviet Union. No part of Ukraine belonged to Russia in the 14th century and the whole of Ukraine belonged to Russia only from 1793 (or even only since 1945 as a part was taken from Poland), that is not long in the time scale of a nation.

  107. @Notsofast

    Like Mussolini-hanging upside down in his leather kinky-boots? Poor buffoon.

    • Replies: @Kim
  108. Dumbo says:
    @j2

    Do you even believe what you’re saying? I guess you’re one of those people who believed that the vaccines were “100% safe and effective” too, and took 5 doses just in case?

    • Replies: @j2
  109. j2 says:
    @Dumbo

    “Do you even believe what you’re saying?”

    I have some understanding of military issues. It is the pro-Russians here who have ever since 24. Feb. 2022 claimed that Ukraine forces are beaten. If so, why the map shows very minimal changes for the last two months. See the detailed map in Wiki, it has some minor errors, but is in general quite correct:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Russo-Ukrainian_War_detailed_map
    In the last two months Russians made small advances in Donbas and Ukraine made small advances in Kharkiv and Kherson areas.

    “I guess you’re one of those people who believed that the vaccines were “100% safe and effective” too, and took 5 doses just in case?”

    No, I did not think so, especially of mRNA vaccines. I took astraZeneca as it is based on an older technology. Do you have any other strange ideas what I might believe?

    • Replies: @Passing By
  110. @Anymike

    Whatever it is you are smoking I want no piece of it.

    what has been wrong with Europe for many centuries now

    I cannot but notice the Blue Banana coincides with the zone of perpetual war.

    “War is the Father of all, the King of all;
    ones he shows as lords, others as serfs;
    ones he makes free, and others slaves.”

    That´s probably the reason the American Cultural History is the thinnest book in the world.

    – The appeal to Helsinki is of course rich; when has USrael ever honored an
    international agreement? Even a teensy UN resolution? Even after creating the UN
    for the purpose of perpetuating the cheaply-won world domination?
    Without USraeli meddling there would be no war Special Military Operation ™
    in the first place.
    USrael will never let up, meaning Vlad must take Odessa.
    – But the prize goes to the claim to the “Azov coast”; the large Greek colony there was decidedly unamused at being taken hostage and will tell you in no uncertain terms where you can stuff your Ukies.

    Here´s my counterproposal: Get out of Europe while you still can with a semblance of dignity; everything will become simpler and friendlier in an instant
    (except for the Poles, but that´s none of your business either).

    • Replies: @Anymike
    , @Alrenous
  111. Right all the time? What a hoot. You are almost universally wrong.

  112. PJ London says:

    Sorry Anglin, but you are being very dumb.
    In February I wrote that this war is ‘existential’ for both Russia and the US-UK-Nato west.
    Russia is not fighting against or fighting for Ukraine. It really does not care about Ukraine or Ukrainians except in a woolly “be nice” kind of way.
    From the beginning, Russian soldiers told the Ukrainians (on video) that they met, “You are not the enemy. The USA is the enemy and we will beat them.”
    After the Afghanistan debacle the USA had to show that they were not weak, defeated and useless, so they promoted an actor into some kind of hero and said that they repudiated all agreements with Russia and will put Nuclear weapons within 300 kms of Moscow. Putin’s only interest and only objective is to protect Russia.
    He allowed the people of the Donbass to be killed for 8 years. He allowed NATO to expand and expand and expand. Romania and Poland are irrelevant as a NATO-US war will not be fought on the grounds of Belarus or Ukraine but via missiles aimed at the heartlands of UK and USA. Finland and Sweden can do what they like, they are not within a few hundred kilometres of Moscow. But there is no way that Russia will allow for a 2 minute flight time on Moscow. 20 minutes or 30 minutes they can live with, but never 2 or 3 minutes.
    Russia doesn’t want Donbass or Ukraine or any new territory. They would just be an expense that Russia cannot afford (unless some idiot is so stupid as to cause the price of energy to double or treble).
    Russia could have humiliated Ukraine in the first week by using heavy weapons and doing to Kyiv what USA did to Fallujah. They could have slaughtered the Ukraine civilians as the US did in Mosul.
    But the enemy to Russia is London and Washington, these are the ones who must be defeated and will be defeated.
    Not with missiles but by a huge “climbdown” admitting that they do not and cannot dictate to the world any longer. 85% of the world has given the US the finger and whilst not actually siding with Russia has NOT aligned with USA regardless of the pressure. Losing in Ukraine is the end of the American Empire.
    Russia does not need or want the western Ukraine but when the fighting stops and USA is humbled, all Ukrainians will want to be aligned with the winners and like Belarus, tell EU and NATO to go fly a kite.

  113. Kim says:
    @anonymous

    Public School Teachers 100 Times More Likely To Abuse Children Than Are Catholic Priests

    https://go2tutors.com/teachers-more-likely-abuse-kids/

    • Thanks: V. K. Ovelund
  114. Kim says:
    @mulga mumblebrain

    Or like Ceausescu and his wretched wife cowering against a wall.

  115. Levtraro says:
    @Carroll price

    I think Russia will not seek to force the Baltic statelets and Poland out of NATO, but instead it will propose the removal of NATO missile systems in Poland and Romania in exchange for the removal of the Russian missile systems that will be located in the western border of the Ukraine.

    • Replies: @Carroll price
  116. @Anonymous

    Your comment is one of the better ones in the thread. It deserves a handle.

    At your discretion, consider adopting a more distinctive handle than Anonymous. Your handle need not mean anything: Septimus, for example, or Bronze Ballast, or X. Y. Smith, or whatever; but it helps other readers to follow a given commenter from comment to comment and thread to thread.

    • Agree: meamjojo
    • Replies: @Anonymous
  117. @j2

    Uh, no, AstraZeneca’s rDNA is not an older technology. The first jab using rDNA was developed by the Russians for Ebola. And it too is based on the immune system reacting to a protein rather than the whole virus. The difference with mRNA is that it uses unactivated adenoviruses with modified aka “recombinant” DNA. Both cause the cells that they infect to shed the protein that will be recognised as pathogenic.

    • Replies: @j2
  118. @Begemot

    Russia defeated Nazis Germany, not US and British forces who played a minor role pushing inexperienced, 3rd-rate German forces out of France and Belgium.

    • Replies: @Lurker
  119. Levtraro says:
    @Anymike

    I guess you deserve some replies, since you tried so hard.

    First, a thought. Consider that Russia doesn’t give a rat’s ass about western recognition of Crimea and that Russia also doesn’t care much about sanctions because it is fairly self-sufficient in critical sectors, it has many other trade partners, and it has a good macro position and capable management. So the “big card” you think you have with the recognition of Crimea, well, maybe you have nothing, maybe you think too much of western recognition of things, maybe it’s just hubris. Something to consider, right?

    We do have to take a side and make a commitment.

    No you don’t. Just mind your own business. There are plenty of things to take care of in the USA.

    Some people might look at this template, and say, it concedes too much to Russia.

    Now you are being naïve. Go ahead and offer the recognition of Crimea, Kharkov, the Donbass, Kherson and Nikolaiev and try to save Odessa. See how it goes.

    • Agree: Passing By
    • Replies: @V. K. Ovelund
  120. @Levtraro

    I would agree, but for the fact that Russia has finally learned from experience (I hope) that treaties and agreements made with the US government over missile/troop deployments, etc. are not worth the paper they’re written on.

    Meaning that any future agreements, written or otherwise, will be backed-up by military force.

  121. bro3886 says:
    @Anonymous

    Russian troll. The Russian military’s performance in Ukraine can only be described as abysmal. the Russian military is no match for the U.S./NATO and would be slaughtered like sheep in a pen in any conventional conflict. Even Putin has said so. That’s why he keeps waving his big erect nuclear missiles around.

    To Anglin and his others here – Putin’s a clown and nothing that happens in Ukraine is going to save you, you’re going to have to save yourselves if you’re to be saved at all. Stop engaging in childish fantasies. Fetishizing the Russian military and government as saviors is one of those fantasies.

    • Agree: meamjojo
    • Troll: Bro43rd, Alrenous
  122. Derer says:
    @Carroll price

    I think that Russia must insist on dissolution of the entire cold war relic NATO that Gorbachev neglected to demand when leaving East Germany. Continued existence of NATO means Russia remains in enemy status with the rest of Europe – insane relations.

    • Replies: @Carroll price
  123. @Levtraro

    @Anymike

    We do have to take a side and make a commitment.

    No you don’t. Just mind your own business. There are plenty of things to take care of in the USA.

    Conditionally correct, because it’s Ukraine and not, say, Panama.

    If Russia hypothetically intervened in Panama (a fanciful prospect, probably, but for discussion’s sake let us allow it), why, things would be very different.

    What the U.S. has refused to realize is that Ukraine lies even more intimately in Russia’s sphere of influence than Panama does in the U.S.’s. The mutual, tacit recognition of spheres of influence—even if the recognition was approximate and was given to debatable cases along the peripheries—was chiefly what forestalled World War III during the 20th century. It might be wise to try mutual, tacit recognition again during the 21st.

    • Replies: @Poupon Marx
  124. Derer says:
    @TG

    So far this is Russian velvet and methodical war in Ukraine, different from the American usual indiscriminate bombing. It is difficult to fight Slavic cousins that are controlled by their foreign government that banned any opposition. In time this puppet government run by the US embassy in Kiev will be hanging from the street lights by its own people.

  125. Derer says:
    @j2

    Consider Afghanistan defeat instead of Grenada “victory” on the US/NATO military resume. This operation and the Russian energy lacking Europe are causing utter suffering in consumerist West. The West is suffering economically more than Russia from the counter sanctions. It looks like this was anticipated by the effective Russian plan. Stop following CNN, MSNBC or NYT info/garbage.

    • Replies: @j2
  126. Two “dark” aircraft of unknown type circling Rzeszow together at 21k feet.

    https://www.flightradar24.com/AE22S/2c3e31f3

    https://www.flightradar24.com/AE21S/2c3e31dc

  127. j2 says:
    @Passing By

    “Uh, no, AstraZeneca’s rDNA is not an older technology”

    Splitting hairs? It is more traditional technology of using a carrier virus. AstraZeneca used a monkey flu virus.The carrier virus technology has been in use in vaccines intended for humans for some time, while mRNA of Phizer and Moderna is not technically a vaccine. That technology was not allowed for human vaccines, therefore it is experimental technology while a carrier virus is old and tried vaccine technology.

    • Replies: @Passing By
  128. j2 says:
    @Derer

    “Stop following CNN, MSNBC or NYT info/garbage.”

    I have never followed them. Maybe it is new to you but all people are not Americans and could not care less about American media. About the energy sanctions, I am against them. It is a bad idea, as sanctions what should be used are only technology and cultural sanctions. They are tried and do work, but in a time scale of decades. For the time scale of this war it is not sanctions that are needed, it is weapons, much cheaper and the best way for NATO to have a conventional war against Russia is that Ukraine fights this war with NATO weapons (and wins with those weapons as NATO is a much bigger military power than Russia). I do not comment the sense of this war. I only comment on the military situation of the war on the military plane, not about the wider aspect, like sanctions, or why this war was created, or what is the real role of Putin in this war, or what is the real role of Zelensky, or why this is such a very strange war, or who is trying to run the whole West into huge debts. From such stuff one can make a conspiracy theory as I suspect there is some hidden plan behind this war, but I do not want to go into this now and in this forum where there are too many hostile commenters.

  129. @j2

    No, rDNA hasn’t been around. Here, educate yourself:

    https://search.brave.com/search?q=recombinant%20dna

    • Replies: @j2
  130. Lurker says:
    @Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme

    The Azov ‘nazis’ are (((Hollywood))) nazis. A jewish caricature.

    • Replies: @Alrenous
  131. Lurker says:
    @Carroll price

    Its a bit more complicated than that.

    #1 US and British air forces ground down the Luftwaffe.

    #2 @10,000 88mm guns were deployed in Germany as AAA when they could have been on the Eastern front destroying Soviet tanks.

    #3 The real British contribution was the naval blockade of Germany.

    #4 US and Britain supplied thousands of tanks, aircraft, Jeeps, trucks, machine tools to the USSR.

    • Replies: @Kim
  132. @Kurt Knispel

    The problem with the word “Aryan” is that it means anything, meaning no one knows who the population is and can be applied so broadly it is meaningless.

    I’m telling my cats that they are Aryan, and they couldn’t care less. Aryan for Airheads; unite.

    • Replies: @Kurt Knispel
    , @Alrenous
  133. @V. K. Ovelund

    Why was it permissible for the JUSA to create an enforce the Monroe Doctrine that or hemisphere was our domain and the rest of the world should be cut out of any input or influence-for centuries. The amount of interference and sabotage of the JUSA, directly or indirectly on the governments of Latin America would take a terabytes of space to chronicle.

    And Russia? No comparison. Compared to the JUSA, they are pristine and moral by degrees of logarithms

    What hypocrites and worse is Amurka. Not my country. A turd on the dinner table.

    • Replies: @V. K. Ovelund
  134. anonymous[403] • Disclaimer says:

    The meamjojo troll says: “I spit on your post!”

    Yup, as expected. Like a petulant little child that can’t get what it wants.

  135. @Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme

    Shesler: in the Azov battalion the overwhelming majority are Russians, Jews and Greeks
    Читайте больше на https://www.pravda.ru/world/1714646-ukraina/

    (“Putin & religious leaders” is a photo from 2012)

  136. @Poupon Marx

    If Poopoo Chew says so;
    In order for Poopoo to say “no one knows” Poopoo has to know everyone and what everyone knows or does not know. Do you? Chew you?

    • Replies: @Poupon Marx
  137. j2 says:
    @Passing By

    “No, rDNA hasn’t been around.”

    I know that rDNA has not been around. What has been around for a long time now is using a carrier virus to plant a piece of something into your body. Please, educate yourself of vaccines. There are many technologies used in vaccines. I am referring to the method how to carry the vaccine to the body by a carrier virus. To you I say, you can safely assume that whatever you know, all other people have known it for ages. Following this advice you will not appear as a smart alex.

    • Replies: @Passing By
  138. Anymike says:
    @nokangaroos

    Get out of Europe? It’s an argument. Nevertheless, wars have to end. If we leave Europe, we have to leave something behind. I say, attempt to leave behind a structure that will endure. I have been considering lately the argument that it is the small powers which need to be kept under control, not the big ones. Above all, you don’t want small powers with less to lose and lots of historic hurts and grievances to have the power of war and peace in their hands. That means, right now, the historic nations of Eastern Europe.

    Think it out. So far, Helsinki, as a strategic settlement, has held up pretty well. That’s why I say, go to Helsinki 2.0. You have to start somewhere with a negotiating position. The West has tell Russia, our recognition of the recovery of the Crimea means something. What are you going to agree to get it.

    Of course they are going to start with the position that no your recognition doesn’t mean anything. You go from there. That’s how negotiations work.

    The only European wars since Helsinki have involved national boundaries not covered by Helsinki. Was Helsinki actually a settlement dictated by the big powers to the small ones? To a great degree, yes. It did settle the German question of the day. And it settled what the boundaries of Germany were, permanently and even after reunification, with the assent of the Germans themselves. Also the western boundaries of the Soviet Union and by extension, the western boundaries of Russia and the other constituent republics of the Soviet Union.

    The Helsinki boundaries have to be maintained. The boundary issues beyond the border of the former Soviet Union now have to be settled. The issue now is not Germany or restraining Russia. The issue is restraining the Eastern Europe states, including Ukraine and defining NATO, what it is and what its boundaries are. One thing Ukraine will get is Western and Russian guarantees of its western borders again the claims of other Eastern European countries. That’s what maintaining the Helsinki boundaries means.

    If the settlement has to be dictated by Russia and America, then dictate it. Germany will go along, and so will France and the UK, because France and the UK have no territory at stake.

    Do you know of a better peace plan? I haven’t heard of it.

    • Replies: @nokangaroos
    , @HeebHunter
  139. @j2

    Well, you see, the real purpose of my replies wasn’t to reason with you. One comment by you was enough for me to get a pretty good idea of your character: smug, unread and shallow. Since I think that your last reply proves my point just right, I do hope that our little exchange will convince at least a few of the people who bother to argue with you to stop feeding the troll. It definitely would make scrolling through the comments section for actually interesting posts a little less tedious.

    • Replies: @j2
  140. Alrenous says: • Website
    @nokangaroos

    Even after creating the UN for the purpose of perpetuating the cheaply-won world domination?

    Yes, exactly. Obviously the master can’t obey the commands of the servant. Indeed making a UN resolution is decent strategy for preventing the GAE from doing whatever was resolved.

  141. Alrenous says: • Website
    @Lurker

    I’ve never seen a neo-Nazi who wasn’t a feminine Fascist, like USG/FDR, rather than a masculine Fascist like Stalin or Hitler.

  142. peterAUS says:
    @meamjojo

    The material in that link is very good.
    As

    ….Small-unit leaders have not been able to break with the Soviet tradition of passively waiting for orders, which discourages initiative and punishes mistakes.
    ….a lower training priority accorded to ground strikes than to air to-air combat….
    ….dearth of specialist teams on the ground to guide pilots to targets, too few precision-guided munitions and technical limitations of Russian aircraft with respect to target acquisition….
    …the rot in the Russian Armed Forces revealed by the Russo-Georgian War in 2008 was never removed, but simply painted over….
    …the systemic effects of graft and embezzlement from top to bottom, and corruption in terms of false
    reporting, sleaze, cynicism and brutality…..

    Chapter “Drivers of delusion” is particularly good.
    Thx.

  143. @Kurt Knispel

    Well, what are you, a sour Kraut? You tell ME what precisely and who is Aryan. Cmon, put on your big boy pants and lay it out for me.

  144. @Alrenous

    That doesn’t make sense. What is the origin of the word, it’s people reference and region?

    • Replies: @Alrenous
  145. @Anymike

    I see your point …
    – Bismarck was – by his detractors – likened to a giant rock in the field;
    (“You can remove him – but there´s only worms underneath.”)
    And so it is with the Usual Suspects (it is BTW the reason they cannot
    win wars – the Reverse Midas Touch leaves only the stench of corruption
    and demoralization wherever they romp).
    The European Concert of Powers is so far out of sync it will take more than
    war …
    but I repeat: without USraeli meddling there would not be a problem –
    not in the Ukraine, not in the rest of Europe.
    Three quarters of a century of propaganda have turned Germany into
    a Lordbewithus to scare little children (this will take some time),
    but they are paying for everything and they know it.
    Again, USrael must begone for the healing to begin.
    Oh, the Ukraine? Tell the little homo to go finger himself, normalize
    relations with Russia, let Orban or Erdogan mediate et voilà!
    Tout ce bruit pour une omelette 😀
    Of course a return to the status quo ante is out of the question now;
    in the same vein another genocide in Europe cannot be tolerated,
    and you are the culprit.

    • Replies: @nokangaroos
  146. j2 says:
    @Passing By

    “Well, you see, the real purpose of my replies wasn’t to reason with you. One comment by you was enough for me to get a pretty good idea of your character: smug, unread and shallow. Since I think that your last reply proves my point just right, I do hope that our little exchange will convince at least a few of the people who bother to argue with you to stop feeding the troll. It definitely would make scrolling through the comments section for actually interesting posts a little less tedious. ”

    This text very clearly identifies you as a troll who has nothing to contribute to the topic and only wants to write hate comments.

    • Thanks: meamjojo
  147. @Poupon Marx

    Why was it permissible for the JUSA to create an enforce the Monroe Doctrine that or hemisphere was our domain and the rest of the world should be cut out of any input or influence-for centuries.

    Not permissible, but enforceable.

    Being an American, I am not here to bandy words with foreigners, nor with countrymen that take the side of foreigners. I’d not be tactless about it if you hadn’t forced the point but, since you have forced it: within the western hemisphere as elsewhere, the weak suffer what they must.

    • Replies: @nokangaroos
  148. @Derer

    That’s what Russia demanded back in December 2021 before the war started. Since Russia is not in the habit of making idle demands, the current war in Ukraine could very well be the 1st step toward achieving those results.

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/russia-demands-major-nato-pullback-in-security-talks-with-u-s/ar-AARV6w9#:~:text=%28Bloomberg%29%20--%20Russia%20demanded%20that%20the%20North%20Atlantic,derail%20efforts%20to%20end%20a%20standoff%20over%20Ukraine.

  149. Alrenous says: • Website
    @Poupon Marx

    Hajnal hadn’t drawn the line yet, but Hitler clearly intended to refer to Hajnal Europeans.

    I would have made it about descendants of proto-indo-Europeans, but then you’re talking about Brahmins in India. The name Aryan comes from the PIE’s name for themselves.

    But, well, look at the Greeks. Clearly Aryans like to become filthy mutts. It reliably doesn’t work out for them.

    By the way America is completely doomed for the same reason Greeks don’t produce any Socrates anymore. Slavery produces miscegenation with the slaves, and then Gresham’s law: bad genes drive out good.

  150. Anon[233] • Disclaimer says:
    @Sebastian Hawks

    The Salvation Army Academy + Gaming in Grandma’s Basement = Sebastian Hawks + Bullshit

  151. Anonymous[255] • Disclaimer says:
    @inspector general

    Right you are, and my apologies for my very poor proofreading. Here’s what it should have said:

    And the sentient peoples of the world lose

    So they do. “Sentient” means “able to feel things, or sense them”[1] and comes from the Latin for “feeling”. Sentient beings don’t necessarily think, they feel.

    Sapient beings, OTH, do not. “Sapient” means “acutely insightful and wise”, and comes from the Greek for “wise”. [2]

    In other words, the people of the world who do not think and are not wise, but only feel, have lost. Well, maybe so. They lose a pretty often.

    The point being, I suppose, that the time when feelings were primary, and appealing to feelings was enough to win almost any argument, is over. The reaction now is “You have feelings? Let me tell you about my feelings.” which is the prelude to a fight, an “ad baculum” argument. If you want to get a hearing, try something more, ah, sapient. If not, well, be my guest.

    *************************

    1] https://www.vocabulary.com/dictionary/sentient
    2] https://www.vocabulary.com/dictionary/sapient

  152. Anonymous[255] • Disclaimer says:
    @V. K. Ovelund

    That’s a good argument. Perhaps things have changed enough in the Unz comments that a handle would be a good idea. My postings do have a readily identifiable style, and perhaps obfuscation is pointless.

    The basic problem is that I’ve been through this before. I’m the classical genius type, IQ 140+, early birth and time in an incubator (I’m told), very low in agreeableness (friendly enough, but basically much more interested in truth that describes physical and social behavior as opposed to unsupported assertion) but very interested in physical and social reality. That means I tend to ignore social realities when I think that conforming to them would gain less for me and my dependents or relatives than would ignoring the social reality. And that really pisses people off.

    The result is things like my post — true enough, as far as I can tell — gets enemies (like that g-v-g commenter) . I’m here because I’m agile, not because the world is safe. I’ve lost so many friends to the social system that the falling bodies almost seem to beat out a steady rhythm, and I’ve narrowly escaped a few times.

    It’s not an easy life, I’ll tell you. Think of yourself (as a bit of hyperbole) in a conversation that goes like this:
    Me: “Nice day today. Sun’s up and not a cloud in the sky!”
    Response: “Aggghhhh!” (scream and leap).

    So, generally, I tend to stay inconspicuous. I post here largely to clear my own thoughts — criticism of the posts tends not only to let me improve them, but attacks like that of g-v-g help me recognize attacks in the physical world.

    Example of thought clearing and attack recognition: The realization that pilpul is a fundamental of Ashkenazi argument [1], and the argument of Ashkenazi imitators (good old cultural diffusion) was actually a revelation to me, and it was due to posting on unz.com. You might note that pilpul is a bit less common on unz.com since I started pointing it out. I was actually raised to be a conformist by relatives whose social matrix was that prevailing in about 1910, and who had been (the older ones) quite successful in that matrix. That left me trusting the the integrity of others, and anybody familiar with the post WW II world knows that was just not safe. I was lucky to survive my upbringing; the family itself is largely extinct, and my siblings and I as a group had 75% casualties and 50% mortality, neglecting the baby who was born dead. The family was caught in the New Deal’s great Anglo-Saxon purge during the WW II reorganization of the USA, and I alone escaped and evaded to an arguably successful adulthood.

    So you can see why I’d be a bit skittish [2]. Considering the above, do you have any promising courses of action?

    *****************************************

    1] chttps://www.huffpost.com/entry/what-is-pilpul-and-why-on_b_507522
    https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=pilpul
    and a more sympathetic view:
    https://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/articles/12153-pilpul

    2] “Lucky I’m sane after all I’ve been through. . .
    I can’t complain, but sometimes I still do. . .”
    Joe Walsh, “Life’s been good to me so far”, 1978.

    • Replies: @V. K. Ovelund
  153. @V. K. Ovelund

    I would call that a definite improvement over the trademark hypocrisy –
    embrace your inner communis hostis omnium
    (the Ukraine bungle gives promise of doing that anyway).

    • Replies: @V. K. Ovelund
  154. @nokangaroos

    Allow me to elaborate …
    I rate the Japanese constitution as MacArthur´s greatest achievement.

    Granted, he believed he was Drusus Germanicus.
    Granted, it was still cultural butchery (though minimally-invasive).
    Granted, it also put a corrupt Uniparty in power.

    But this marks the last time the Americans left anything behind that worked
    (probably owed as much to Japanese national character as to any genius, but still).

  155. Anglin is on the money and funny.

  156. @nokangaroos

    I would call that a definite improvement over the trademark hypocrisy – embrace your inner communis hostis omnium (the Ukraine bungle gives promise of doing that anyway).

    I am not actually hostile, and personally have no individual interest in invading various foreign countries. However, I had been conversing with other Americans on The Unz Review, an American web site, when this foreigner butts in and tries to shame me into trashing my own country’s policy.

    [MORE]

    Whether I support or oppose my country’s policy is an internal, domestic discussion, to be held within the United States between citizens of the United States. If a foreigner (or an American taking the side of foreigners) inserts himself into the conversation, then hostis will he indeed find me to be.

    The international accessibility of the Internet has its downsides, doesn’t it? Thirty years ago, we Americans could conveniently discuss such matters amongst ourselves, no foreigner being able to listen in. That was better.

    At any rate, I am glad that you have enjoyed the improvement.

    • Replies: @HeebHunter
    , @RadicalCenter
  157. @V. K. Ovelund

    >implying you have a country
    Never was yours, is being taken and will cease to exist.
    300 years of Satanism coming to an end.

  158. @Anymike

    Amerimutts are truly the most hilarious subhumans on this planet. Gas is hitting 10 USD a gallon over there, SHTF economically everywhere all over the world, especially muttmerica itself, people are itching to settle mostly righteous grievances with guns…

    But here they are

    Get out of Europe? It’s an argument. Nevertheless, wars have to end. If we leave Europe, we have to leave something behind. I say, attempt to leave behind a structure that will endure. I have been considering the argument that the small powers need to be kept under control, not the big ones. Above all, you don’t want small powers with less to lose and lots of historic hurts and grievances to have the power of war and peace in their hands. That means, right now, the historic nations of Eastern Europe.

    Bitch, feed your own people and give them back their constitutional rights first. Oh wait, your peasants are just as insane as your elite, evident by your comment.

    I will laugh again as Amerimutts dictate world policing to UNZ readers why eating gruels and literal shit-stained chicken meat, while the ATF goes door to door to confiscate guns. Oh, wait, your own “neighbors” would sooner red flag you and call the SWAT.

    Pffft…

    If we leave Europe, we have to leave something behind

    No, please don’t. If you are too lazy to clean up after yourself, as expected, we are more than happy to Zyklon B whatever you leave then send them on the Holocauster.

  159. CanSpeccy says: • Website

    Just came across this article so have not read every comment and apologise if this has been said already, but Ze needs surrender now before Russia takes more territory, or worse, before the Ukraine Armed Forces revolt, or even worse, change sides.

    Yep, hurry up Ze, go pay your respects to Putin before his guys take you away and deposit you in Moscow’s Lublanka jail, pending a war crimes trial.

  160. @V. K. Ovelund

    I’m a patriotic native-born American too, and I’ll join in the call for decent Americans like you to finally be ashamed of their government’s systematic murder, deceit, cruelty, and evil.

    Non-Americans have every right to condemn the evil done by any government or group of people, and it’s really too bad if Americans (or anyone else in denial) are irritated or offended by it.

  161. Protogonus says: • Website

    Confirmation of Mr. Anglin’s thesis is a very recent ukrainian admission, hardly noticed, that the Americans will be providing the coordinates for all long-range MLRS strikes that Kiev executes against Russia, which means (1) Kiev is no longer in charge if it ever was but (2) the war is by no means over. No, the real trajectory of the so-called Russo-Ukraine War, again hardly noticed, is a very slow march toward an inevitable nuclear war directed by the Talmudic Monster (some of you may have heard of this satanic killer) against the last bastion of national freedom (a naive idea of the goyim!), such as it is, which isn’t much. Unz.Com readers actually understand this very well.

    The steps toward the nuclear horrorshow have been orchestrated very finely, for the purpose of forestalling any significant anti-nuclear-war protest. No one notices (not even the Russians themselves!) that the outcome (nuclear war) is inevitable and all along (since 2013, thanks to Victoria Nuland) has been undertaken with total commitment by the American Zionist Empire. The united Eurasia that Russia and China have “agreed” with seeming wisdom actually shows zero awareness of the real enemy (the Talmudic Monster) and where exactly he is located (far away in occupied Palestine). For the 13th c. origin and world-subverting tendency of the Talmudic Monster, look here:

    https://www.academia.edu/76372363/To_Sevastopol_With_Love

  162. Anonymous[278] • Disclaimer says:

    Nevertheless, to me at least it remains unclear what, exactly, CAUSES sexual deviancy.

    See: Dutton, How to Judge People by What They Look Like, 2018; kindle edition in Amazon.com.

    Dutton indirectly points out that mammalian genomes are not particularly stable. From other sources, it turns out that the integration of anaerobes as mitochondria in eukaryotic cells is less than perfect. Mitochondria essentially execute metabolism that involves oxygen and ends in the production of ATP. Some of the compounds involved in this process lost to general cellular material, and cause various forms of cell damage. DNA is damaged along with every other cellular structure. [1]

    [MORE]

    DNA damage explains quite a bit about mammalian species, such as why they have sexual reproduction, why males have only one copy of the complete genetic heritance (the X gene) while women have two, and why fertility declines with age. It also explains why the “Red Queen” [2] of natural selection is necessary for the very continuation of mammalian life.

    The basic mechanism is that DNA becomes corrupted as people age [3]. Corrupted (mutated) DNA usually produces a dysfunctional result.

    What the mammals do to counter the creeping dysfunction is to rely on “natural selection”, both physical and sexual, to prevent the mutants from reproducing. In effect, mammals minimize birth of mutated mammals, and also rely on natural mortality. In the United States today, about 1 in 160 births are stillbirths, the young human had been unable to survive during fetal development[4].

    Leaving the subject of humans briefly, domesticated animal breeds require constant culling by breeders to maintain their characteristics [5] and even their genetic health. Absent such culling and selection of more “fit” or at least healthy breeding animals, breeds deteriorate [6].

    Same with humans. Dutton points out that mutations in humans quite often show up in the face and general bearing, which validates use of physiognomy to assess character and suggests why the pictures of Antifa members look so strange. Dutton further points out that the human brain is the most complex part of the human anatomy, and that about a third of human genes are involved in brain development during human lives [7]. This implies that about a third of mutations occur in that third of human genes, and that mutations would be expected to cause differences in brain function.

    Here’s a statistic that may shock you:

    The child mortality rate in the United States, for children under the age of five, was 462.9 deaths per thousand births in 1800. This means that for every thousand babies born in 1800, over 46 percent did not make it to their fifth birthday. Over the course of the next 220 years, this number has dropped drastically, and the rate has dropped to its lowest point ever in 2020 where it is just seven deaths per thousand births. [8]

    Assuming that those under 5 years old who died had a higher mutation load than those who did not, Dutton draws the obvious conclusion: the end of massive human culling before age 5 has vastly increased mutation load related to overall health in human population since AD 1800. About a third of that mutation is in the brain. Unfavorable mutations (almost all of them) in the brain were not tolerated even 50 years ago as they are today, and are accordingly accumulating in the human genome. Dutton calls politically active people who seem irrational and fail the physiognomy test “spiteful mutants”, and it would be surprising if sexual function were not affected by mutation load [9].

    Ganna and his colleagues also used the analysis to estimate that up to 25% of sexual behaviour can be explained by genetics, with the rest influenced by environmental and cultural factors — a figure similar to the findings of smaller studies. [10]

    Ganna refers, of course, to human sexual behavior other than that determined by XX or XY genes.

    So that’s it. The parsimonious explanation for the strange politics, and the strange political causes, since about 1960 is that they are partially the result of increasing mutational load on the human genome. It is at least plausible that homosexuality also results from increased mutation load.

    If that hypothesis is true, and we are nowhere near the deterioration of the human “breed”, then the only way that our existing human society could cope with the situation is radically increasing human culling for a few hundred years, probably by an involuntary end to industrialization and return to a pre-1800 peasant society with little medical care. Perhaps one could speculate that this reversion to harsh selection through involuntary civilizational collapse has been regular human practice since at least the Bronze Age collapse, which may have been a reaction to increased mutational of human genetics in the early civilizations.

    We are currently seeing that bad policies can bring down a society and cause food shortages/famine. More speculation: You might consider scanning a brief article about Pharaoh Unas, the last ruler of the Egyptian Old Kingdom’s golden age [11], who ruled long enough to become senile. Note the pictures of Egyptians dying of famine in the article. Anything sound familiar?

    ********************************************************
    1] https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35572138/
    2] The Red Queen in

    Through the Looking Glass

    was apparently intended by Dodgson (the author) to represent natural selection in practice. The Queen wandered around, friendly to most, but always in charge and also occasionally, for often trivial reason, yelling “Off with his head!”.
    3] Yes, there are effective DNA repair reactions, but they get corrupted also. Think of a robot that maintains equipment in a highly corrosive salt spray environment. Who repairs the corroded robot? There are also mechanisms other than simple oxygen related corruption, such as virus attack and unsuccessful attempts at RNA immunization.
    4] https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/stillbirth/facts.html
    5] https://breedingbetterdogs.com/article/maintaining-and-improving-breeds
    6] Turns out this is true for plants as well, and maintaining productive seeds for farmers to buy requires specialized, fairly large, and completely necessary “seed farms”. An attempt to “re-use” last year’s seeds eventually produces unproductive plants.
    7] https://www.ninds.nih.gov/health-information/patient-caregiver-education/brain-basics-genes-work-brain
    8] https://www.statista.com/statistics/1041693/united-states-all-time-child-mortality-rate/
    9] See also Dutton, Witches, Feminism, and the Fall of the West, 2021; amazon.com in which Dutton says a few more things about “spiteful mutants” and child raising.
    10] https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-019-02585-6
    11] https://www.worldhistory.org/Bronze_Age_Collapse/
    12] http://www.touregypt.net/featurestories/unas.htm

  163. anon[255] • Disclaimer says:

    This will become just another American failure. That was the most important thing ever. And after we say never mind, the global west will revert to just how little it cared about Ukraine.

    Rumor has its that the US has given permission to ignore sanctions. For confirmation, look at potash pricing. Germany just had its Russian gas shipment reduced to 60%. Germany is already squealing like a pig. We are giving up as fast as possible.

    Our insatiable Neo Con foreign policy elite fantasies of global hegemony for the US are once again thwarted. They got their beloved Russian proxy war for a few months.

    Fortunately, these adventures were never strategically important for the US. So we can just move on to the next.

  164. @RadicalCenter

    I’m a patriotic native-born American too, and I’ll join in the call for decent Americans like you to finally be ashamed of their government’s systematic murder, deceit, cruelty, and evil.

    I hope that you were not under the impression that I disagreed with you. Like most commenters at The Unz Review, I am on your side when it comes to this.

    It hardly matters at this point, nor is it important, nor need you waste time investigating unless you just wish to, but the earlier remark’s context may have escaped your attention.

  165. @RadicalCenter

    Non-Americans have every right to condemn the evil done by any government or group of people….

    … but not the right to butt into a conversation to which they were not asked.

    I will stipulate along with you that the United States has egregiously, flagrantly offended—or worse, unrightfully harmed—hundreds of millions of foreigners during the past 30 years. However, the non-American in question is a citizen or subject of a state and so am I. He can take up his grievance against the United States with his own legislators and magistrates, who can transmit the grievance to my legislators and magistrates, whose job it is to deal with these things.

    I do not even know why the presumptuous non-American in question has bothered to learn English if this is all he means to do with it. I obviously don’t control any damned policies, I didn’t ask the man’s opinion, and I don’t haunt his countrymen’s Internet forums to insert myself into domestic discussions within the man’s own country while borrowing the man’s language.

  166. @Milly

    iSteve is also quite entertaining at times – I often fail to pay attention to which part of the site I’m on, and waste my time writing a comment on an iSteve thread … which then sits in ‘whim’ territory for a fucking week.

    It strikes me as inimical to the whole notion of a comment system, to have comment approval in the hands of someone who is somewhat motivated by ensuring no butthurt for the people who respond to his periodic requests for funds.

    If Anglin was on Substack I would take out a paid sub almost immediately. I only have one paid Substack sub – Rounding The Earth – although I am thinking seriously about paying-unnecessarily for Postcards from Barsoom (‘John Carter’) and Tell me How This Ends (Chris Bray).

  167. @Lucius Vanini

    The wage of sins is death.

    Centuries of kike worshipping have consequences.
    Centuries of apostasy cry to heaven for vengeance.

    Europeans will learn to fear the LORD again, or they can go back to being pagan white niggers, through a nuclear fallout.

    • Replies: @Lucius Vanini
  168. @Anonymous

    So you can see why I’d be a bit skittish [2]. Considering the above, do you have any promising courses of action?

    No, I don’t think so. It’s up to you, of course.

    For information, I often (though not always) just skip over anonymous comments without reading them. Perhaps some other readers do likewise.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  169. Anonymous[264] • Disclaimer says:
    @V. K. Ovelund

    Right, I don’t have any promising courses of action either. I can’t ally with people who agree with me — I’m heterodox to most — and in this age of cancel culture a more or less hidden position seems a good idea for physical safety. Posting anonymously makes for a smaller footprint, which is less likely to draw a response. Also keeps me down to no more than 3 posts/day, which is a good limit in any case.

    Funny thing is that I ran into a proto-“cancel culture” on BIX, way back in the 1980s, and so managed to avoid the real thing. Luck, I guess. Sometimes being ahead of the curve means that you can break contact, clear the area, and continue to evade thereafter. Survival tip for anybody interested: if you have any choice, and sometimes if you don’t, move away from any area where you can see a dangerous situation developing. Examples: Democrat run cities, Blue states. Think of it as common sense, the metaphorical equivalent to leaving a beaten area during a mortar attack, or exiting the kill zone if you’re in an ambush.

    I’m essentially here on unz.com to gather information about state of the world, state of political conflicts, and to float new ideas. I’m getting enough feedback, although on this one subject, see: https://www.unz.com/jfreud/in-an-empire-of-lies-the-only-way-to-truth-is-to-be-mugged-by-reality-black-thuggery-in-the-us-and-the-lessons-from-maos-great-leap-forward/#comment-5396775 , I’m getting no feedback at all, and it’s an important subject.

  170. @HeebHunter

    I consider your Holy Bible to be of tremendous value! It’s thin pages, especially the KJV’s, make EXCELLENT toilet paper.

    Had diarrhea the other night in a motel. Got the Gideon, pulled off pages till I got to fucken LEVITICUS!

    The Babble’s the best heeb book I know of, Mr. honorary heeb.

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