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I watched some TV on Sunday, which was a mistake. But sometimes, you want to turn on the Sunday shows, just to check the tone.

The anti-Biden thing is real, and was a bit shocking. It seems to be getting more extreme. Apparently, some strategists in DC have decided that the Democrats will do better in the midterms if they all attack Joe Biden and say they have no relationship to his lunatic agendas. It’s obviously the opposite – Joe Biden has no relationship to his lunatic agendas, Joe Biden doesn’t even know where he is most of the time. But okay, whatever – maybe pretending Joe Biden is making all these horrible decisions himself without the input of the party at large will play well for them.

I think it’s basically an act of total desperation to throw Biden under the bus. I don’t think it was exactly planned. I don’t think they thought this would turn into this big of a disaster. At the same time, I think they knew it was possible, which is why they forced through Joe Biden as the nominee, even when they were going to cheat regardless so it didn’t really matter who the candidate was (except that they wouldn’t tolerate Bernie). Joe obviously can’t defend himself. Anyone else would be trying to push back against his entire party blaming him for a bunch of decisions he didn’t have any role in making.

This was from last Sunday, and is sort of the epitome of what is going on, as AOC is the face of the party:

It’s a bizarre plan, which I’ve never seen before, to have the party and the party’s media throwing the president under the bus as a midterms strategy. I’m trying to think if it’s what I would do if I were them, and I probably would. I don’t really see any other course of action to boost support other than to either completely change course (which they are not going to do) or just blame it all on Biden.

If Biden was conscious, he would probably pull something out like “it’s time to cancel all student loan debt.” That would actually be popular, and something that would make sense as a midterm promise. But that Democrat talking point that is actually popular is nowhere to be seen when they are actually in power – all we get is war, inflation, food shortages, and many other things people hate. The issues that play to the base are largely irrelevant to anyone’s normal life – gun control is purely emotional, and it doesn’t seem particularly important when you can barely pay for gas and food – or if you’re in an income bracket where tax and food don’t matter and you’re watching the stock market collapse. None of these emotional abstractions matter.

I think there is going to be a backlash against the war at some point, because the Democrats themselves have blamed rising prices on their own war. Republicans – who all also support the war – are saying that Biden is lying when he blames the war for rising prices. I wouldn’t go so far as to say “it’s complicated” – the biggest cause of inflation is the coronavirus money-printing bonanza, most of which happened under Trump’s government. Then you have the Biden spending and attacks on the energy industry. But saying that these anti-Russia sanctions are not causing a rise in prices is just wrong.

These sanctions are causing a rise in energy costs across the board, which is an “everything tax,” because everything is transported using trucks that use gasoline. And of course the energy markets are all tied together, so these sanctions mean that home heating/cooling explodes too. Everything goes up (except the stock market and crypto, lol).

This is the gas price chart:

So when Republicans say “it’s not Putin’s price hike” – that’s true, but not in the way they mean it. Obviously, Putin didn’t sanction Russia. Joe Biden sanctioned Russia. The claim that Biden had no choice but to sanction Russia in response to the Ukraine invasion is obviously wrong – he could have just done nothing at all.

But the Republicans who claim that the rising prices have nothing to do with Biden’s sanctions on Russia are just lying in the most ridiculous way imaginable.

It’s also funny that Biden can’t ever say “it was Trump who printed all that money for the coronavirus hoax!”

Anyway, it’s all just retarded. It’s too retarded to even think about, frankly.

But I was shocked yet again Sunday morning to hear these people saying “Keev” in reference to Kiev. It was bad enough when they changed “The Ukraine” to “Ukraine.” But changing the pronunciation of the word from the English pronunciation is just too much.

You know, we hear all of this stuff about the poor Mexicans. It’s a main talking point. Now, can you imagine, if out of respect for oppressed immigrants, the entire media, all at once, started calling Mexico “Meh-hee-ko”?

Because that would be the exact same thing. Literally, it would be the exact analog of saying “Keev.” Telling people that it is important to pronounce the locations of suffering people in their own language is like…. look, it’s like applying gender pronouns to geopolitics.

This is behavior programming – if you get people to start changing their behavior, including their language, they are more submissive to you after they’ve agreed to submit to the behavior change. Any person who actually started saying “Keev” instead of Kiev is going to be much more committed to the war than someone who refused to change the way they pronounced a word.

Honestly, I think they could do “Meh-hee-ko” at this point and no one would flinch. I kind of hope they do, just because it would be funny to me. “Keev” just makes me sick, but “Meh-hee-ko” would be funny.

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  1. And stop calling Hungary “Hungry”. It’s Magyarország!

    • Thanks: Ann Nonny Mouse
  2. Anon[202] • Disclaimer says:

    I notice no one has started saying “Muskva”

  3. anon[164] • Disclaimer says:

    Throwing the president under the bus? Bizarre, by world standards, but not unprecedented. There was Nixon, lest we forget.

    When you’re CIA and you get caught breaching jus cogens, sometime you got to throw a virgin into the volcano. CIA’s bombing of neutral Cambodia spurred the world to define aggression with explicit preambular reference to the risks of WMD. The message was clear to everyone except the US public: This will get you nuked, you fucking assholes. So they put the crime in Nixon’s impeachment articles, waved it around, then purged him. Tsk, tsk, bad apples. Whew, that was close.

    And CIA is busted again, only now the missile gap is real. Russian officials come out and say, SCO can decapitate you fuckers. Putin met with fucking Burns. CIA’s in deep shit. Mass medical experimentation. The most indiscriminate form of WMD, biological weapons unconditionally banned in jus cogens. Aggression by armed bands and irregulars on CIA’s behalf. Systematic and widespread torture. Four of the gravest crimes, unjustifiable in law, unprecedented and irreparable destruction down to our genes. Hang Bob Gates and Avril and Daszak at Khabarovsk and the crowd will go wild, whatever it takes. CIA needs some bad apples really bad.

    Watch. The jew York Times will be telling us how Biden cooked SARS2 up in Hunter’s meth lab with those crazy Ukies. CIA tried to warn them. Sigh.

    • Replies: @Old Brown Fool
    , @Ace
  4. Realist says:

    If Biden was conscious, he would probably pull something out like “it’s time to cancel all student loan debt.” That would actually be popular, and something that would make sense as a midterm promise. But that Democrat talking point that is actually popular is nowhere to be seen when they are actually in power – all we get is war, inflation, food shortages, and many other things people hate.

    I see this as a sign that the Deep State is past the point of trying to appear to give a damn about what the U.S. populace wants. They feel they have enough control to discontinue the sham of democracy and do not fear retribution from the Basket of deplorable…The Great Unwashed.

    By the end of this year, the U.S. will have made more drastic changes for the worst…the election will open many eyes.

  5. That’s actually good understanding of psychology Andrew is showing here.

    This is behavior programming – if you get people to start changing their behavior, including their language, they are more submissive to you after they’ve agreed to submit to the behavior change.

    And in the meantime – good news guys, good news.

    Russian forces targeted a Ukrainian command post while senior Ukrainian military officers were holding a meeting, Russian Defense Ministry said. Moscow said they used sea-launched “Kalibr” rockets in the attack.

    “Over 50 generals and officers of Ukrainian military were eliminated in the strike” including members of the high command, said Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov.

    The spokesman also said Russia destroyed a tank repair plant in Kharkiv as well as 10 howitzers and up to 20 military vehicles in Mykolaiv in separate missile strikes.

    And more news from the young free world.

    Ukraine’s Verkhovna Rada parliament passed the law banning music created by Russian citizens from the radio, TV, and public spaces.

    However, a separate list will be drawn up of artists condemning Russian aggression — their compositions will be exempted from the ban.

    Restrictions will apply until the liberation of all occupied Ukrainian territories and the cessation of Russian aggression.

    Verkhovna Rada also adopted a law banning the import and distribution of books and other publishing products from Russia, Belarus, and the occupied territories of Ukraine.

    Moldovan President Maia Sandu signed a law banning the broadcasting of news programs, political TV shows, and war films from countries that have not ratified European Convention on Transfrontier Television, such as Russia.

    Russia claims Ukrainian generals killed in missile strike
    https://www.dw.com/en/russia-claims-ukrainian-generals-killed-in-missile-strike-live-updates/a-62180427

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  6. No passage of the 1965 NONWHITE LEGAL IMMIGRANT INCREASE ACT….

    AOC never comes into existence on NATIVE BORN WHITE AMERICAN SOIL…..

    Who ordered this?

    It’s called contingency…

  7. When a Democracy falls, it falls to Mob rule, which leads to a strongman. After the strongman comes the Oligarchy.

    TPTB are trying to skip the strongman step in the process and go from Democracy, to anarchy, to the savior being an Oligarchy instead of one man.

    • Replies: @SteveK9
    , @Realist
  8. Anonymous[192] • Disclaimer says:

    But the Republicans who claim that the rising prices have nothing to do with Biden’s sanctions on Russia are just lying in the most ridiculous way imaginable.

    It’s also funny that Biden can’t ever say “it was Trump who printed all that money for the coronavirus hoax!”

    Anyway, it’s all just retarded. It’s too retarded to even think about, frankly

    That’s why I’ll never vote again and in January 2021 switched my voter registration from GOP to unaffiliated (because my town wouldn’t list The Cake and Ice Cream Party as my party affiliation).

    It’s almost as embarrassing to admit that I was once a faithful GOP party member and voter as it’s to admit that I was once a National Review subscriber.

    The GOP is the dumb party which plays the part as standing for traditional values while the Democrats are the evil party which plays the part as standing for the values of rootless cosmopolitans.

    But both parties are fully controlled by the oligarchs. Voting merely ratifies the Hobsen’s choice given to you by the oligarchs.

    Watching returns on election night is like fist-pumping and getting emotionally invested in a WWE character.

    Texas GOP Congressman Chip Roy was on Tucker last week. He’s about as good as it gets in the Congressional GOP. He then makes a statement, “I think we can both agree that Vladimir Putin is evil.” Chip Roy went from hero to zero for me in one sentence. I could never, ever like or trust this guy ever again. FTR: Putin is on the side of the angels. The only other great political figure of our time is Orban.

    Voting is the adult version of writing letters to Santa Claus (sans getting the new Lionel train set).

    • Agree: RoatanBill
    • Replies: @Ramstein
    , @Minnesota Mary
    , @Kim
  9. US Globemaster transport aircraft just arrived at Rzeszow from a German US base. Another delivery of weapons.

    Also an anonymous 737, been around the area a lot, heading north towards Belarus. Another spy plane?

    https://www.flightradar24.com/B739/2c524fa4

    Big Russian AN124 transport en route from Irktusk to Sochi or Crimea.

    https://www.flightradar24.com/RFF9931/2c517e0c

  10. SteveK9 says:
    @American Citizen

    I’ve heard this described in a different manner by Rolo Slavskiy on this website. For him the progression is:

    Democracy -> Oligarchy -> Autocracy -> Monarchy.

    We are obviously in the Oligarchy phase now, and people had hoped for Trump as the new Autocrat. For those who think monarchy has disappeared, look at the countries where the long-serving President, is succeeded by his son as ‘President’.

    • Replies: @nokangaroos
  11. @anon

    Quite plausible. Putin seems to have been fixated on the Ukraine biolabs.

    • Replies: @Emslander
  12. FowChee says:

    Funny, I hear the word, ‘Meh Hee Ko’ more on avocado commercials, than I ever hear from my neighbors, after 13 years, in MEXICO!!!!

    For anyone wondering, the choice to live here,……..ALMOST no blacks, muzzers, or jews!!!!

  13. Realist says:
    @American Citizen

    TPTB are trying to skip the strongman step in the process and go from Democracy, to anarchy, to the savior being an Oligarchy instead of one man.

    Agreed…a plutocratic oligarchy.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  14. Anonymous[773] • Disclaimer says:
    @Here Be Dragon

    And in the meantime – good news guys, good news.

    “Over 50 generals and officers of Ukrainian military were eliminated in the strike” including members of the high command, said Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov.

    Awesome news indeed! 👊🏻 They died serving their master, Globohomoshlomo.

    https://www.haaretz.com/world-news/europe/2018-08-14/ty-article-magazine/.premium/odessa-the-cradle-of-israeli-culture-enjoys-a-jewish-renaissance/0000017f-f562-d044-adff-f7fbdeb00000

    Odessa, the Cradle of Israeli Culture, Enjoys a Jewish Renaissance

    …Galvanized by Maidan – the 2014 pro-European revolution that ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych – the Davidzons were compelled to play their own part in the evolution of a new Ukraine: “A liberal and cosmopolitan Ukraine where Jews and Ukrainians stand as equals,” Davidzon wrote in an introduction to a recent Jewish issue of the magazine focusing on “the relationship between Ukrainians and Jews – past, present and future.”

    “From the Pale of Settlement to the Promised Land,” one headline reads.

    Enjoy your new culture, Ukraine!

    • Replies: @Passing By
  15. @Realist

    …the election will open many eyes

    I doubt it. Those who’s eyes can be opened already have been opened. Most have have their eyes wide shut, permanently.

    • Agree: Ulf Thorsen
    • Replies: @Realist
  16. Legba says:
    @Realist

    I agree. They’re not even trying anymore.
    Look at Brandon with the visible earpiece. It’s like ‘Yeah, we’re telling him what to say. Fuck you’

    • Agree: Ulf Thorsen
    • Thanks: Realist
  17. The “keeve” thing is another bit of virtue signaling. These things, like “Latinx” have nothing to do with actual linguistics. The names of cities and countries our words in OUR language, not theirs. Koeln is “Cologne” in English (actually French, I suppose) just like we have words for table and chair that aren’t like the ones Germans use. Same with pronunciation: Berlin is Berlin, not Bearleen.

    With Spanish, however, starting in the 70s, the NPR types began to use “native” pronunciations to 1. signal that they knew Spanish, as if that was some mark of higher education, and 2. by extension, they had the correct, educated, ie. Leftist opinions on Cuba, Nicaragua, etc. Anyone who supported the Contras was an ignorant rightwing buffoon who probably said things like “A-rabs” or “Eye-talians.” Although Cooba wasn’t heard much, it was KneekaWAGra all the time.

    I’ve heard that the “keev” pronunciation is actually Russian, not Ukrainian, so again, pure virtue signaling without any basis in fact.

    • Agree: Old Prude
    • Thanks: Greta Handel, Ulf Thorsen
  18. Emslander says:
    @Old Brown Fool

    Just watched latest Bond film. Interestingly, the world-threatening evil he was up against was a mad scientist who had cooked up a disease of nanobots that killed instantly. The relevant part is that the bots could be precisely targeted at people by distinguishing their DNA profile.

    That’s just what Putin thought the Ukraine biolab was doing, gathering Slavic DNA profiles for later infectious warfare.

    • Replies: @meamjojo
    , @Ulf Thorsen
  19. Realist says:
    @Just Some JB

    I doubt it. Those who’s eyes can be opened already have been opened. Most have have their eyes wide shut, permanently.

    Sadly you may be right.

  20. @Anonymous

    Wait, Odessa is the cradle of Israeli culture? Not Akkad, not Jerusalem, Odessa?

  21. Anon[369] • Disclaimer says:
    @James J. O'Meara

    Yeah, Russians with Attitude pronounce it “Keeev” so I guess that’s how it’s pronounced by native Russian speakers as well. Though it becomes virtue signaling when Westerners pronounce it that way when they used to pronounce it “Key-Ev”. The transliterated spelling in the West has also gone from Kiev to Kyiv.

  22. Franz says:

    The anti-Biden thing is real, and was a bit shocking.

    It’s deja vu all over again for history buffs.

    Jimmy Carter was getting it straight from the hose. Even before the midterm elections. There really was a newspaper calling one of his speeches MORE GUSH FROM THE WIMP. It was party time; Reagan was ready to rock & roll and it was open season on Jimmy the Wimp.

    The bad part is when the MSM gets the order to slime a guy, something worse is probably coming. And seen from now, Jimmy just wasn’t that bad. He’s the one who said he’d never upset the “ethnic purity” of American neighborhoods. Nobody’s said that since.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    , @Anonymous
  23. @Passing By

    Wait, Odessa is the cradle of Israeli culture? Not Akkad, not Jerusalem, Odessa?

    Of course! It wasn’t an Iraqi roof the fiddler was on.

  24. @SteveK9

    Every fourth US president was closely related to another 😛

  25. Ramstein says:
    @Anonymous

    An astute and incisive comment, sir. Thank you.

  26. anonymous[403] • Disclaimer says:

    Kiev, Keev

    Mexico, Meheeko

    Missouri, Missoura

    Cincinnati, Cincinnatta

    All the same, just depends on what part of the country you’re in.

    I had a relative that pronounced words ending it ‘et’ like ‘utt’. So ‘bucket’ sounded like ‘buckutt’ and ‘market’ like ‘markutt’. Even a word like ‘numeric’ she would say like ‘numeruck’.

    Once met a guy from Gardiner, Maine. I asked him where he was from and he said, “Gahdnah”.

  27. meamjojo says:

    We change words, phrases and language all the time. For example:

    Might as well – Mays well
    Picture – Pitcher
    Let me – Lemme
    Idea – Idear
    Avenue – Ave
    Ask – Ax
    That – Dat
    This – Dis
    Hell of – Hella

  28. meamjojo says:

    Meanwhile, the noose continues to tighten around Russia’s economic and technology neck.
    ———–
    Atom-smashing CERN to ‘terminate’ work with Russia, Belarus
    June 17, 2022
    GENEVA (AP) — The scientific lab that’s home to the world’s largest atom-smasher says it plans to terminate all cooperation with Russia and Belarus over their roles in the war in Ukraine.

    The announcement was made Friday, a day after CERN’s managing council made the decision.
    ….
    https://apnews.com/article/russia-ukraine-putin-science-belarus-4f5c6fafbd76bf715f32689aeb390d49

    AND

    The rich are fleeing Russia, and more than 15,000 millionaires — 15% of the country’s ultrarich population — are expected to leave this year
    Huileng Tan Jun 14, 2022, 2:08 AM

    – Over 15,000 millionaires are expected to flee Russia in 2022, the Henley Global Citizens Report said.

    – The number of rich people leaving Russia this year is expected to be three times as many as in 2019.

    – The top destination for wealthy individuals fleeing Russia is the United Arab Emirates.
    ….
    https://www.businessinsider.com/rich-people-leaving-russia-millionaires-invasion-ukraine-war-2022-6

    • Replies: @JR Foley
  29. Old Prude says:

    Biden on the bike. Off the bike. LOL! I know its not nice to laugh at the retarded, but that’s some funny sh** right there.

  30. meamjojo says:
    @Emslander

    This is a theme of numerous SF novels. Undoubtedly, state level military biolabs are/have been working on DNA targeting viruses for some time. Might not work too well though in a world with so much interracial marriage.

    • Replies: @ia
  31. @Realist

    Agree with you save for this

    “…the election will open many eyes. “

    As someone else already said about the eyes that aren’t open yet…

  32. @Emslander

    From page 60 of the PNAC(Project For a New American Century) manifesto (3 pages before call for “New Pearl Harbor”)

    “Information systems will become an important focus of attack, particularly for U.S. enemies seeking to short-circuit sophisticated American forces. And advanced forms of biological warfare that can target specific genotypes may transform biological warfare from the realm of terror to a politically useful tool.”

    And then there is also this –

    https://defence.pk/pdf/threads/israel-is-developing-ethnic-bomb-for-growing-biological-weapons-arsenal.279074/

    • Replies: @James J. O'Meara
  33. @anonymous

    I remember visiting a relative when I was a kid who was in Uncle Sam’s canoe club(The Coast Guard) and stationed in Chincoteague Virginia and distinctly remember the old couple he rented housing from. When the old man said words such as ‘about’ he pronounced it like ‘aboat’. His speech was peppered with similar pronunciations. I have since read that many of the people in certain areas of the East Coast, Virginia, North Carolina, etc still hold over accents from England, I believe from the southwestern parts of England(who settled in those US areas long ago). My hunch is most of those generations are all gone now and younger natives in those areas don’t speak like that anymore.

    • Replies: @Observator
  34. ia says:
    @meamjojo

    Might not work too well though in a world with so much interracial marriage.

    Well, of course. There’s no need in that case.

  35. And also “Zelenskyeeyee” or the spelling that makes it look like that’s how it’s pronounced.

  36. Alrenous says: • Website

    If you’re so weak that pronouncing a word differently changes you from independent to grovelling, you’re not gonna make it. Don’t waste your effort; just quit now.

  37. @James J. O'Meara

    The “keeve” thing is another bit of virtue signaling.

    I thought Keeve was the guitarist in one band and the drummer in another! In English, “Kiev” is pronounced like the chicken dish it was named after.

    The names of cities and countries [are] words in OUR language…

    The names of important cities. Cologne, Copenhagen, Turin, Venice, Vienna, Warsaw, Prague, Gothenburg, Syracuse, Athens. Less important cities keep the native name because, why bother? Boppard, Billund, Bologna, Bydgoszcz, Brno, Blåvik, Buscemi, Boeotia, and Fucking don’t change because nobody ever brings them up. Peking, Canton, Bombay, Calcutta, Rangoon, and Saigon have now joined that club.

    • Replies: @James J. O'Meara
    , @anonüm
  38. @Franz

    MORE GUSH FROM THE WIMP.

    Mush.

    There really was a newspaper calling one of his speeches…

    It was a backroom joke that slipped through the cracks.

    • Thanks: Franz
  39. @Anonymous

    You summed up my thoughts exactly!

  40. @Reg Cæsar

    More useless pronunciation trivia:

    Copenhagen: I took a course on Existentialism from a Kierkegaard specialist. Though American, he was fluent in Danish and pronounced Copenhagen as Cobenhagen; more interestingly, Kierkegaard was not Kierkyguard but Kurkugore. Apparently, the double aa or a with a circle on top is a long O, while all other vowels have deliquesced into “uh” and final d is silent. Lots of letters, few sounds. Interesting that despite the big postwar existentialist fad the “correct” pronunciation never caught on — unlike Sartre or Camus. French privilege? Supposedly Danish sounds like Swedish spoken with a hot potato in the mouth.

    Buscemi: I always assumed his name was pronounced Bushayme because that’s how the name of the pizza restaurant in Detroit was pronounced. Apparently he says it as Bushemmy.

    • Replies: @Wokechoke
  41. @Reg Cæsar

    But you can’t get theyre from hayer.

  42. @Ulf Thorsen

    “Information systems will become an important focus of attack, particularly for U.S. enemies seeking to short-circuit sophisticated American forces…

    As always, they tell you what THEY are doing by blaming others.

  43. @anonymous

    I notice no one has started saying “Muskva”

    The Danes did, long ago. Funny thing is that the final, accented syllable is pronounced “vah” in Russian, but the datskiy rhyme it with the English yeah.

  44. Wokechoke says:
    @James J. O'Meara

    If you mumble a lot and don’t pronounce the letter G you too can speak Dansk fluently. Say “Oh” a lot too.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  45. Wokechoke says:
    @anonymous

    Loughborough and Shrewsbury must be interesting for non English. But the Danes get it.

  46. Wokechoke says:
    @James J. O'Meara

    Berlin is more like Bay Leen Auf German.

  47. Whites are weak, or Wheaks.

    Jews tell them to worship blacks, and wheaks worship blacks.

    Jews tell them to kiss homo ass, and wheaks kiss homo ass.

    Blacks burn down Minneapolis, and wheaks go out of their way to kiss black ass.

    But no gratitude.

    • Replies: @CelestiaQuesta
    , @Wokechoke
  48. anonüm says: • Website
    @Reg Cæsar

    Bruenn and Bromberg.

    Fify.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  49. Biden is what what shit is to flies.
    Hey fellas, this is some good shit, let’s party.

  50. @Priss Factor

    Niggaz being Niggaz is about as Americana as shit is to flies.

  51. JR Foley says:
    @meamjojo

    For Zylenskyy a huge payout –he will soon be richer than Warren Buffet !!! Thanks America from Netanyahu in Tel Aviv—

  52. Anonymous[245] • Disclaimer says:
    @Franz

    It’s deja vu all over again for history buffs.

    I’ll say. Biden was just on the radio blaming the food shortages on a kulak strike.

    • Agree: Franz
  53. Kim says:
    @Anonymous

    So your politics have changed. Where are you on the JQ now?

  54. Sisifo says:
    @anonymous

    Was he Kiwi? Because that’s how they speak in NZ.

  55. @Wokechoke

    If you mumble a lot and don’t pronounce the letter G you too can speak Dansk fluently. Say “Oh” a lot too.

    Actually, it’s . Pronounced “naw”, it is something like “I see”, “oh, yeah”, or the Japanese Hai! Hai! Not agreement, but acknowledgement. Easy to be mistaken for a negative because it begins with N, leading to confusion.

  56. The Ukraine implies that it’s a territory, by the rules of the English language. So simply calling it Ukraine is more correct now. However, I’m still calling it Kiev. They’re trying to rebrand that country, but it’ll still be the corrupt Russia Jr country it always was. The country will be a used up husk of its former self when all is said and done.

    • Replies: @Peter D. Bredon
  57. @Realist

    Or as Oscar observed, ‘America is the only country that went from barbarism to decadence without civilization in between’.

    • Replies: @old coyote
  58. @Passing By

    Odessa was a great Jewish and Russian city, particularly in the field of music. Of course the grand-daddies of today’s Ukronazis were not really kind to Jews during the Nazi occupation. Odessa’s hideous massacres in 1941 were not their work, that being done by Einsatzgruppen and Romanians, but the idea of Odessa under Ukronazi control, just as Ukraine bans Russian culture, including music, is nauseating.

    • Replies: @Passing By
  59. “Keev” reminds me of one “Ron Keeva Unz”.

    And why would you want to care about midterm selections?
    Are you back into the usual Repoops-Democrats-BS?
    Forget about Jewmerican selections, forget about the midterm selections unless you want the show to go on.
    Must the show go on?
    Who needs it?
    Americans?
    Jewmericans!

    • Replies: @Shafar Nullifidian
  60. @Ulf Thorsen

    Years ago when I lived in western Maryland the locals commonly used the 17th century English insulting term “shitten,” which I heard as “shittin’” at the time, but years later discovered in early colonial MD documents in its original form and usage.

  61. @Realist

    My brother will still say that we just have to elect better Republicans and fewer Democrats, and then the world will be a better place.

    • Replies: @Realist
  62. @James J. O'Meara

    That seems about right. As for the point made that if you can make people change their use of language, you can make them believe or do anything, this seems crucial to me.

    Actually, I think the best examples are from the time when “Mainland China” was pulled back into the world economy, during the 1980s. Prior to that event, we in the “West” referred to the capital as “Peking,” as in “Peking Duck,” which is “Beijing” today and “Canton” for the city that is now “GuangDong.”

    I was amazed then at the ease and speed with which “Western” journalists and politicians switched to the new terms dictated by the Chinese government.

    “Who are they,” I thought then, “to tell us how we call them in our own language!?”

    This lunatic presumptuousness has now become common practice all over the “West,” as exemplified by all those transgenders (who really ought to be under psychiatric treatment) demanding to be called “ze” or whatever.

    • Replies: @old coyote
  63. BuelahMan says:

    It’s a bizarre plan, which I’ve never seen before, to have the party and the party’s media throwing the president under the bus as a midterms strategy.

    Well, it simply could NOT be that the Kabuki demonized your hero, Trump and has spent years trying to cover up for a failure they KNEW was being thrust upon the American public.

    The Problem- reaction needs a solution that will show Trump to have been cheated by the Dem system, giving Trump much sympathy and a landslide win in the upcoming election.

    And then the real authoritarianism begins, but with a willing public, and controlled by that other faction of Chabad jews (as opposed to the Marxist jews). But with jews you lose. Even Trump’s jews, whom Anglin loves.

    It couldn’t be anything like that.

  64. Wokechoke says:
    @Priss Factor

    This is why we are going to war with Russia.

  65. EdwardM says:

    If Biden was conscious, he would probably pull something out like “it’s time to cancel all student loan debt.” That would actually be popular, and something that would make sense as a midterm promise.

    I’m not so sure. It seems that Biden, or whoever is pulling his strings, is the one standing in the way of the objective articulated by people even farther to the left who are calling to forgive student debt.

    I think they may realize that the hard-working nurse’s aide or union pipefitter making \$35K (who used to be the Democrat base) would resent forgiving the student loan debt of the sociology/gender studies/Quechua basket-weaving major making \$35K working for a non-profit in Washington D.C. living in a nice condo paid for by her parents (who are now the Democrat base). There may be a few politically-aware people still strategizing in the Democrat party.

  66. @mulga mumblebrain

    The two most famous musicians from Odessa, the pianist Emil Gilels and the violinist David Oistrakh were Russian Jews. Heck, they considered themselves Russian and never, ever were said to be Ukrainian or Ukrainian Jews. Prior to WWII, 200,000+ Jews lived in Odessa, more than Russians actually, so it can be said that Odessa is as much a Jewish city as it is a Russian city.
    The evolution of the ethnic make-up of Odessa in the last circa 15o years is interesting in that it offers a glimpse of how predominantly Jewish Bolsheviks manufactured a Ukrainian nation, 200k Russians vs 40k Ukrainians around 1900, 160k Russians vs 70k Ukrainians 25 years later, 186k Russians vs 178k Ukrainians in 1939, and in that it offers a glimpse of the very organic Jewish inclination to cut off the nose to spite the face as the nation they first created, then starved to create a Ukraine / Russia antagonism, ended up cleansing them during WWII.
    What the Jews are doing today in Ukraine is absolutely consistent with what they did between the two world wars.

    • Agree: nokangaroos
  67. anon[286] • Disclaimer says:

    The little in-crowd shibboleths like Keeev are crucial. Langley is under a lot of pressure to hide objective viewpoints. The US is a pissant power faking it to make it. Russia and friends know it, and say it.

    https://gilbertdoctorow.com/2022/06/20/right-between-the-eyes-putin-to-the-west-at-the-st-petersburg-economic-forum/

    The US command structure in Langley has shit for legitimacy, shit for military force, and inverse influence. A laughingstock, as Iran says. All that remains is for the US population to get fed up with their nazi antics and hang them like Saddam.

  68. the biggest cause of inflation is the coronavirus money-printing bonanza

    Disagree. One of the most overlooked things that happened during the pandemic is that OPEC became OPEC Plus. The Plus is Russia. Russia is the worlds largest oil exporter and Saudi Arabia is the swing producer / price setter. In 2008 oil prices hit \$150 which broke the economy. This time oil may need go to over \$200 a barrel to break the economy.

    Russia and KSA are colluding to maintain high oil prices, because that is what cartels do. The last time we had a serious run-in with OPEC was the oil shock of the 1970s, which led to systemic inflation.

    Also, we don’t have surplus demand we have insufficient supply. Look at autos. Used car prices spiked due to COVID, and new car inventories are low also due to COVID.

    Basically the Economy is doing this:

  69. @mulga mumblebrain

    That prancing court jester knew nothing of the antebellum South; the last outpost of the Cavaliers. Of course, they had to be buried at the rubbing hands of the merchants.

  70. @H. Ph. Vogel

    Thankfully we can still order Peking duck and Cantonese chicken at our local cat recycling happy gardens diner.

  71. Realist says:
    @Jim Richard

    My brother will still say that we just have to elect better Republicans and fewer Democrats, and then the world will be a better place.

    Your brother appears to be a slow learner.

    • Replies: @Jim Richard
  72. Alfa158 says:

    You may be kidding about Mexico, and are probably not old enough to remember; but after the Sandinistas took over Nicaragua in the 1980’s, all the PC talking heads in media started pronouncing the country as Neee-haaaaaa-raaaa-waaaaa.

    • Replies: @Kolya Krassotkin
  73. Wielgus says:

    Vzglyad Russian website, Yandex translation edited plus my note
    A mercenary from the United States called the AFU a freak circus

    June 21, 2022, 08:58
    Photo: Global Look Press/Keystone Press Agency
    Text: Vera Basilaya
    An American mercenary fighting on the side of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, in a Twitter conversation with journalist Seth Harp, spoke about regular cases of “friendly fire” in the Ukrainian army, calling such a situation “a madhouse and a circus.”

    “People get injured and die in vain – it’s just a freak circus. We got involved in a two–hour battle – it turned out that it was with the Ukrainian special forces, which boggles the mind. If not for (the name is hidden. – note by Vzglyad), I would not participate in this stupid madhouse for anything,” RIA Novosti quotes the words of the mercenary.

    According to the militant, he visited many places of military operations in Ukraine and drew disappointing conclusions for Kiev, saying that nothing shines for Ukrainians “if they are going to continue to fight in the same way.”

    (Passage omitted: Briton detained in Donetsk Republic and Biden both advise mercenaries and US citizens not to come to Ukraine.)

    (My note: Irish troops who came to support Franco in the Spanish Civil War became involved in a friendly fire incident, which severely affected morale.)

  74. @brostoevsky

    So simply calling it Ukraine is more correct now.

    To which Vlad says, “You can kiss my Russian ass.”

  75. @anonüm

    Bruenn and Bromberg.

    Fify.

    I take it you wouldn’t die for Gdańsk!

    You realize that our currency, as many others are, is named for Jáchymov, under its “deadname”? When are we going to change that?

    Po stopách jáchymovského tolaru

  76. KDE1711 says:

    In Russian it’s KEE-yev but usually does sound like KEEV, so I see no problem here. Switching to the official Ukrainian transliteration, however, is just absurd. If Latin spelling is so important to them, then they should just fully Latinize, like the Uzbeks and Azeris have already done. What right do these khokhli have to colonize our language? Even the totally cucked Germans still write Kiew.
    Before the age of mass media and rapid communication, foreign place names were typically modified by the major languages. Due to the constant influx of information from around the globe, this became no longer practical. Moscow and St. Petersburg, for example, are the only Russian cities with English versions of their names.
    I’ve met many Ukrainians, and a pathetic victim complex is embedded in their national soul.

  77. fran says:

    Tucker brought up the liberal-enforced ‘ke-ev’ pronunciation in his opening monologue tonight. His writers 100% read your articles.

    • Replies: @Ace
  78. To paraphrase an old expression, Keep on Ki-eving on.

  79. @Realist

    More like a non-learner. His world exists as some kind of sports team competition.

    • Replies: @Realist
  80. Realist says:
    @Jim Richard

    More like a non-learner. His world exists as some kind of sports team competition.

    That is a sad way to go through life.

  81. Ace says:
    @anon

    The CIA never had and does not now have any B-52s.

  82. Ace says:
    @fran

    Tucker was happy to adopt the ridiculous “gutter.”

  83. …he could have just done nothing at all.

    Yep! They could have done nothing about Poland too, which would have been peachy with people like yourself.

  84. @Alfa158

    And Reagan’s CIA director, William Casey, showed his disdain for Nicaragua by pronouncing it “knee-gar-wa-wa.”

  85. @Kurt Knispel

    Most Americans have converted to Holocaustianity and become Jewges, i.e., Jews’ stooges.

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