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Vice President Joe Biden meeting with Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko in New York, Sep 29, 2015

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The Borderlands of the Ukraine have been a decisive battlefield for centuries. Here Stockholm, Berlin and Moscow vied for dominance. Karl XII had lost here to Peter the Great; Stalin defeated Hitler; now the Clintonites are likely to suffer in the Ukraine their ultimate defeat. The Democrats had made their biggest political mistake of the century in attacking Trump for the Biden affair — that is, if the Americans retain any common sense.

Vice-President Biden extorted millions of dollars in personal bribes from the vulnerable Ukrainian client state. When this sordid affair came under investigation, he blackmailed Ukrainians, using his position and American taxpayer money to force the sovereign state to fire its Attorney General for investigating the bribes.

Instead of covering their face in shame and dismissing Biden as a potential party candidate in the 2020 race, the Dems led by the superannuated Mrs Pelosi decided to impeach the President for uncovering this rogue. In the well-remembered flick Dirty Harry the lawyers tried to save a criminal by attacking the policeman who didn’t observe the niceties of a Miranda warning. This was the model for the Dems in their impeachment attempt.

Biden’s criminal extortion wasn’t a secret. He boasted of this racket at a public occasion. He famously admitted that:

I said, I’m telling you [the Ukrainian leaders], you’re not getting the billion dollars. I said, you’re not getting the billion. I’m going to be leaving here in, I think it was about six hours. I looked at them and said: I’m leaving in six hours. If the prosecutor is not fired, you’re not getting the money. Well, son of a bitch. (Laughter.) He got fired. And they put in place someone who was solid at the time.

The Ukrainians put in place someone who was solid at the time, so solid that he terminated the investigation of Burisma oil company. This company was the vessel to transfer bribes to VP Biden, via his son Hunter Biden. John Solomon of The Hill wrote:

“U.S. banking records show Hunter Biden’s American-based firm, Rosemont Seneca Partners LLC, received regular transfers into one of its accounts — usually more than \$166,000 a month — from Burisma from spring 2014 through fall 2015, during a period when Vice President Biden was the main U.S. official dealing with Ukraine and its tense relations with Russia.”

The fired prosecutor Mr Viktor Shokin said that Biden fils had been under investigation. After he was dismissed due to Biden père interference, the money continued to pour out of poor Ukrainian pockets to well-stuffed Biden coffers. My Kiev acquaintances had a memory of a good-for-nothing young man, keen on coke and broads, who by himself would never get such a salary.

You would ask, why Biden admitted to the crime? He considered himself untouchable like Mrs Clinton and other people of her circle. Mischievous President Trump decided to prosecute Biden for bribery and extortion, as if he were an ordinary mortal. This was a direct threat to the Clintonites (let us use this nickname for the power variously described as Democrats, Liberals, Internationals, financiers, Masters of Discourse or Deep State). This challenge caused them to abandon caution and to start a furious pre-emptive campaign against cocky Trump.

Their accusation is outright ridiculous: they claim Trump’s intention to bring Corrupt Joe to justice was criminal per se, as Biden was a likely contender for the Dem nomination. As it happens, the US Constitution didn’t find it fit to provide likely contenders with full immunity for past and future crime prosecutions. It’s just the Clintonites were used to be above the law. Indeed, for three years President Trump avoided to touch them. Crimes of Mrs Clinton were well known, from the simple affair of the email server to the Libya murders.

It was expected victorious Trump would unleash the law against the defeated dowager for Mrs. Clinton’s role in the Obama administration’s decision to allow the Russian nuclear agency to buy a uranium mining company. Conservatives have long pointed to donations to the Clinton family foundation by people associated with the company, Uranium One, as proof of corruption, reported the New York Times. The Clintonites saved the old lady’s skin by starting the Russiagate hoax. In 2016 election debate Trump told Clinton that, if he was in charge of the nation’s laws, “you’d be in jail”. But a year later he was in charge, and she wasn’t in jail, not even charged. The ruse of Russiagate worked wonders: the President accused of collusion with Russia did not dare to charge his adversary with this very offence.

Now the Clintonites decided to repeat their feat and began impeachment procedure hoping it will keep Trump busy and away from uncovering the Ukrainian Hell’s Kitchen.

What actually had happened in the Ukraine? In 2014, Clintonites had managed the regime change in this former Soviet republic. They removed the legitimate president by using the full spectre of illegal operations. The Ukraine became a Clintonite colony, and Joe Biden their viceroy in the Ukraine. Biden’s involvement in the coup d’état was his biggest crime, but nobody speaks of that, noticed Joe Lauria. They had turned Ukraine against Russia and instigated the civil war in the East of the poor country, despite strong efforts of president Putin to keep Russia out of Ukrainian turmoil. But they also gave a thought to personal profiteering, like they did in Russia in 1990.


Joe Biden had been treated royally in Kiev. He was asked to chair government meetings and proudly sat on the Presidential seat. The Ukrainians are not famous for their subtlety. Nice people, but rather simple ones, even by East European measure. They became involved in 2016 election campaign on the Clintonite side. There is no doubt VP Biden was the man who directed this “foreign involvement in the US elections”. The obliging Ukrainians delivered to him the dirt on Paul Manafort, and Manafort went to jail.

The Ukraine is the second home for CrowdStrike, the cyber-security company that was instrumental in accusing Russia of meddling. Its founder and head, a Russian Jew and American citizen Dmitry Alperovich is a pathological Russia hater on the model of Masha Gessen and Max Boot. People in Kiev say he had built the case against Russia on the strength of a single server allegedly used for hacking the DNC. The server is located in the Ukraine, not in Russia. President Trump asked for its whereabouts in his conversation with the Ukrainian President Mr Zelensky.

The subject of the server makes many people in the Clintonite camp extremely nervous. They already marked it with “conspiracy” marker, meaning you may not touch it. In another “conspiracy debunking” item they created a straw man, saying “the notion that there is some missing “server,” and that the server might exist somewhere—like in Ukraine—has no basis in reality. The DNC’s network consisted of many servers and computers”. However, the server Trump asked about is not the DNC server, but the server allegedly used to hack DNC server. It had left some Russian-language traces, and it was presented as a proof of Russian involvement. But Alperovich’s hackers in the Ukraine also use Russian as their working language, and this allowed the Russia-hating Jew an opportunity to create the whole chain of “proofs” of Russian hackers’ activity with fancy names. Recovery of the server would put paid to the whole myth of Russian hacking, and would make the Clintonite case untenable.

Alperovich, obsessed with his hatred, could cook the case of Russian meddling, but it had to be ordered and utilized by somebody up the feeding chain, most probably Joe Biden. And now Joe Biden, the real criminal, who took bribes and blackmailed the friendly state officials, who orchestrated foreign involvement in the US elections, went on to become the leading contender for Dem party.

The Dems claimed Trump threatened to withdraw funds from the Ukraine if they won’t cooperate with the US enquiry. This claim had been debunked after the full transcript of two Presidents’ chat had been published. But even if it were sterling truth, it would be business as usual for the US. You probably remember the threats of cutting aid that were issued by the US representative in the UN in order to force sovereign states to vote for Israel. The execrable Nicky Haley said, ‘The US will be taking names’, and Donald Trump added his own threats to cut aid.

How could they find fault in Trump allegedly threatening to cut aid to Ukraine if they think Biden was perfectly all right for doing exactly that? But these guys aren’t playing cricket.

The forthcoming Presidential race is becoming a global affair, it seems. In so many countries the US influence had been delivered by agents of Clintonite clan, and all of them are tempted to do what the Clintonites ask, that is to help them to undermine President Trump. In the Ukraine, the struggle of Clintonites and Trumpers is far from over. President Zelensky promised President Trump to help him; but the oligarchs of the Ukraine are in Clintonite camp.

All but one: Igor (Benny) Kolomoysky, a maverick Jewish oligarch and a friend of the President, is an enemy of Clintonites. He also stands against IMF, International Monetary Fund, the powerful bankers’ body that issued many loans to the Ukraine. Just this year, Kiev has to pay six billion dollars to the IMF to remain solvent, and IMF refused to refinance it. The loans were mainly stolen by the gang of the former President, Mr Poroshenko. People in Kiev say that about 1.7 billion dollars of the latest loan had been pocketed by the American supporters of Poroshenko, meaning Joe Biden and his ilk. Now Mr Kolomoysky suggests the new Ukrainian president may default on IMF loans.

Kolomoysky is also the only oligarch who is not in bed with the liberals. The balance of power in the Ukraine is not in favour of Trumpers. The Ukrainians like to back winners; once they made a mistake supporting Mrs Clinton, as they were sure she would win. Perhaps they will make this mistake again. It would depend on the actual Dem contender. Joe Biden had cooked his goose by taking too many bribes in the Ukraine, but another contender may have a better chance, the Ukrainians think. Mrs Warren, perhaps?

They even fiddle with the idea of Mrs Hillary Clinton running again and winning this time. The Ukrainian oligarchs, and first of all Mr Victor Pinchuk, a Jewish billionaire from Dnepro city, No. 1 among the rich Ukrainians, would do anything for her. He contributed many millions to her fund; he finances the Atlantic Council, the Clintonite think-tank, fighting against Russia and Euro-sceptics. He is ‘the wealthy businessman’ Trump referred to in his talk with Mr Zelensky. Judging by Trump’s interest in the Ukrainian server, the President is aware that the old lady is still able to do some mischief, and his promise to take her to jail is still unfulfilled.

It is possible in the presidential race 2020, the Dems will use drafting technique, as the long-distance runners (or bikers, or cross-country skiers) do. The first leading contender (in our case, Biden) would get the flak, get exhausted, and in the last moment he would withdraw from the race yielding the nomination to his well-rested comrade, be it Warren or Clinton or whoever. Bearing that in mind, Trumpers could keep some of the ammo they have on Biden (and there is a lot to find in the Ukraine) until (or rather if) he gets the nomination.

Israel Shamir can be reached at [email protected]

This article was first published at The Unz Review

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  1. If this depiction of events is remotely true (I haven’t personally researched it), one might conclude that the cunning, ruthlessness, brazenness, greed and malice of the Clintonite Democrats is off the charts — of Mafia or Stalinist caliber.

    One might also conclude that, with their command of the Deep State (especially the CIA and FBI) and mainstream media, they will come out the winner in this game.

    The key mode of operation: aggressively, and very loudly, accuse your opponents of whatever crimes you are committing. Flip reality upside down.

    The mainstream media have thoroughly obstructed all lines of investigation into facts which contradict the Clintonite narrative. And Silicon Valley is working furiously to shut down any discussion in alternative media on the Internet which addresses these issues.

    Are we moving towards the consolidation of a Soviet-style regime in the United States?

  2. Great summary. There is also that one billion dollars the Biden clan got from China. More from my blog:

    Jun 7, 2016 – The \$5 Billion Coup

    I thought the claim that the USA spent \$5 billion to organize a coup to take control of Ukraine was a wild estimate. I recently found this 2013 video where the semi-covert coup manager from Hillary’s State Department, rabid neocon Victoria Nuland, spouts nonsense and states that \$5 billion was spent! I love the Chevron sponsorship symbol in the background.

    • Replies: @Johnny Walker Read
  3. @Sean McBride

    How Clintonite Democrats are using YouTube to subvert American democracy. Sinister stuff. They can’t survive on a level playing field:

    # REVEALED: YouTube’s NEW, Hidden Censorship Tactics

  4. For those unfamiliar with the massive Uranium one Clinton bribery scandal, here is a hot story that disappeared from our news, from my blog:

    Dec 16, 2018 – Rogue FBI

    As a follow-up to my December 2nd blog post, our major media failed to report that last week:

    “The Justice Department and FBI have missed a Wednesday deadline to provide information about the government’s mysterious raid on a former FBI contractor-turned-whistleblower’s home last month. Sixteen FBI agents on Nov. 19 raided the home of Dennis Nathan Cain, who reportedly gave the Justice Department’s Inspector General (IG) documents related to the Uranium One controversy and potential wrongdoing by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

    The documents in question allegedly showed that federal officials failed to investigate possible criminal activity related to Clinton, the Clinton Foundation and Rosatom, a Russian nuclear company. Its subsidiary purchased Canadian mining company Uranium One in 2013.

    Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, whose panel has oversight of the Justice Department, penned a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray and Justice Department IG General Michael Horowitz, requesting information on the justification for the raid. Grassley gave Wray and Horowitz until Dec. 12 to respond to his request. That deadline has come and gone, and neither the FBI nor DOJ has produced any documents or response.”

    • Replies: @Rev. Spooner
  5. @Sean McBride

    Are we moving towards the consolidation of a Soviet-style regime in the United States?

    Short answer: Yes. Long answer: We were already there.

    • Agree: annamaria, Rurik, Wally
  6. renfro says:

    Biden has no defense.

    Why would a coke head like Hunter Biden, with a string of failed ventures with shady characters and living in the US have been sought out for a position on the board of a Ukraine gas company?

    Even “if” Biden did not secure that job for is son and his son was ‘sought out’ by the Ukraine gov or the company owners because they thought that contact would help them……
    Then Biden is still guilty of putting his son’s advancement above obvious ‘conflicts of interest’ in letting him assume the job.

    Don’t know about others but when I was growing up in teen years I was constantly schooled by my father to ‘not put myself in ‘ company or situations’……that could lead to my being associated with anything questionable that might happen.

    I would think that should have been how Biden viewed his son taking the Ukraine company position..

    But then again Biden is both stupid and without any ethics. And so much for his free speech support…LOL

    The Biden Campaign Is Demanding That TV Execs Stop Booking Guiliani

    • Replies: @Realist
    , @Skeptikal
  7. renfro says:

    Biden Inc.
    Over his decades in office, ‘Middle-Class Joe’s’ family fortunes have closely tracked his political career.

    During this time, Hunter Biden was busy making a living in his father’s wake.
    He began working at MBNA bank, one of Delaware’s largest employer, in 1996. He left to become a lobbyist in 2001, though he continued receiving consulting fees from the bank. For years, beginning in the late ’90s, Joe Biden had been a top Democratic supporter of a controversial bankruptcy bill that aided issuers of credit card debt, like MBNA, by making it harder for borrowers to seek bankruptcy protections. The consulting fees to Hunter continued until 2005, when the bankruptcy bill finally passed with Joe’s support.

    At his new firm, Oldaker, Biden & Belair, Hunter also lobbied for the music-sharing service Napster while the Judiciary Committee, on which Joe sat, took on digital music piracy and represented public universities seeking congressional earmarks. The Bidens have said that Hunter avoided lobbying his father. In 2008, The Washington Post reported that, as a senator, Obama had sought more than \$3.4 million in earmarks for Hunter’s clients before Joe became his running mate and that another lobbyist at Hunter’s firm had successfully lobbied Joe for an earmark for the University of Delaware

    Biden and his wife, Jill, have set about providing for themselves, earning more than \$15 million in the two years following the end of his vice presidency in early 2017”’

    Do me a favor…did Biden say to Obama ?????…..” Obama had sought more than \$3.4 million in earmarks for Hunter’s clients before Joe became his running mate and that another lobbyist at Hunter’s firm had successfully lobbied Joe for an earmark for the University of Delaware”

    • Replies: @anon
  8. So some Jewish oligarchs are for the Clintons (Biden Dems etc) and other Jewish oligarchs are for Donald the Orange (Repugs etc) It seems uncannily just like the situation in the US with good ole Sheldon and Haim. A cynic might even suggest that it was a type of a pincer movement or a case of good cop/bad cop. Either way I suspect than none of the aforementioned characters give a rodents patootie about Joe Six-pack and the American people.

    • Agree: ChuckOrloski
    • Replies: @J. Gutierrez
  9. It’s “Ukraine” not “the Ukraine.”

  10. utu says:

    Igor (Benny) Kolomoysky, a maverick Jewish oligarch and a friend of the President, is an enemy of Clintonites. He also stands against IMF, International Monetary Fund, the powerful bankers’ body that issued many loans to the Ukraine.

    Really? Sure he is agains bankers. Who are you fooling Shamir? Come on, get real. This is intra-Jewish affair. Kolomoysky is as bad for Ukraine as the Clintonites.

    World’s Largest Jewish Community Center,_Dnipro

    • Replies: @anon
    , @Israel Shamir
  11. “In the well-remembered flick Dirty Harry the lawyers tried to save a criminal by attacking the policeman who didn’t observe the niceties of a Miranda warning. This was the model for the Dems in their impeachment attempt.”

    I want to be careful here because many people don’t grasp the value of what the justice is really all about. At it core the Constitution is by design intended to limit government intrusion. The Miranda expectation is not a dodge. Its primary if fencing the abridgement of a citizens personal space on a whim. In reality Miranda is probably not strong enough. It is not a trick to cover up criminal behavior.

    And the democrats call for impeachment is not in any way related to Miranda, not as simile or metaphor.

    ” The ruse of Russiagate worked wonders: the President accused of collusion with Russia did not dare to charge his adversary with this very offence.”

    Miranda is not a “ruse”.

    Not even in the ballpark of Miranda.

  12. Smith says:

    The only thing noteworthy about this news is how deep the Obama administration was in Ukraine.

    • Replies: @Skeptikal
  13. Anon[424] • Disclaimer says:

    it seems that the US Navy was planning to set a military base in Sevastopol , what triggered the anexation of Crimea to Russia in 2014

    • Replies: @Skeptikal
  14. Hail says: • Website
    @Sean McBride

    If this depiction of events is remotely true (I haven’t personally researched it), one might conclude that the cunning, ruthlessness, brazenness, greed and malice of the Clintonite Democrats is off the charts — of Mafia or Stalinist caliber.

    One might also conclude that, with their command of the Deep State (especially the CIA and FBI) and mainstream media, they will come out the winner in this game.

    “I now think that Trump WILL be impeached in the House.”
    — Richard Spencer, Sept. 27, 2019

    More from Richard Spencer on the Ukraine impeachment matter:


    “[Trump] still has 90% approval among Republicans. These Senators, though, they’ll go with the wind. They certainly could do it [vote to remove Trump from office], but something dramatic would have to change.”

    “Trump will be impeached but will be let off by the Senate, and he will likely benefit from this process because we’re going to be talking about this [impeachment drama] and kind of defending him, not criticizing him. So I think Trump ultimately will benefit.”

    “I’m rather shocked. This whole Ukraine thing is so weak. The Mueller and Russia hysteria has apparently gone out the window, or it’s kind of background to this. We’ve now moved on to this — phone call.”

    “I’ve seen this transcript…I can only look at and laugh. It’s basically Trump being Trump. He is praising this comedian that won a miraculous victory…”

    • Replies: @Johnny Walker Read
  15. David says:

    My Kiev acquaintances had a memory of a good-for-nothing young man, keen on coke and broads, who by himself would never get such a salary.

    OMG, so plugged in! But it seems like a fake detail.

  16. annamaria says:

    “In 2014, Clintonites had managed the regime change in this former Soviet republic. … Ukraine became a Clintonite colony, and Joe Biden their viceroy in Ukraine.
    They … instigated the civil war”

    — Let them rot in hell for the destroyed lives of the innocent civilians.
    In a morally healthy society, these criminals would suffer anathema and ostracism. In a morally unhealthy society… well.

  17. Alfred says:

    Kolomoysky is the beneficial owner of the company, Burisma Holdings, that Hunter Biden supposedly worked for. All the MSM is pretending that the previous owner, Mykola Zlochevsky, is the one who hired Biden – an obvious lie. The Wikipedia supports this Zionist lie:

    Burisma Holdings

    That suggests that the thesis of this article about Kolomoysky being against the Democrats untenable.

    In Ukraine, Joe Biden’s son mixes business with pleasure (2014)

    Here is the dirt Trump wanted from Zelensky about the Bidens and why Zelensky doesn’t want to give it to him — hidden by rampant falsehoods in the press (2019)

    It is important to realize that this company has acquired licenses to exploit Ukraine’s largest gas field through dishonest means. The bribes paid to father Biden are much greater than what the son received. In any case, these bribes are a tiny fraction of the value of these gas fields.

    This gas company is in a position to greatly profit from any deterioration in Russian-Ukrainian relations.

    An extension and exacerbation of the civil war in the east of that country will lead to a shortage of gas. Shortage of gas leads to higher prices for consumers. War-profiteering at the expense of the poorest country in Europe.

    • Replies: @anon
  18. Tom Welsh says:
    @Sean McBride

    Sean, I agree with what you say – mostly. The fact that we are reading Mr Shamir’s excellent appreciation here shows that not all Westerners are mugs, though.

    The bigger question is: how much does it really matter what crimes and tricks are played in Washington? I am reminded of J.G. Ballard’s superb short story “Manhole 69”, about an experiment to see if men could be treated and trained to do without sleep. They succeed, but are found one morning in a state of catatonic withdrawal. To them, the whole world has shrunk and collapsed down to a tiny bubble surrounding each person’s body, so that – with no external source of stimuli – their minds shut down.

    Similarly, the more fascinated the Swamp creatures get with their own navels, the less their intrigues matter to anyone outside their little personal bubble. By and by, they may look up to notice that the world has gone on without them.

  19. Realist says:

    But then again Biden is both stupid and without any ethics. And so much for his free speech support…LOL

    Yes, he is a corrupt bastard and should be in prison…but he won’t be.

    • Replies: @Emslander
  20. onebornfree says: • Website

    Because they are all ultimately funded via both direct and indirect theft [taxes], and counterfeiting [central bank monopolies], all governments are essentially, at their very cores, 100% corrupt criminal scams which cannot be “reformed”,”improved”, nor “limited” in scope, simply because of their innate criminal nature.” onebornfree

    “Taking the State wherever found, striking into its history at any point, one sees no way to differentiate the activities of its founders, administrators and beneficiaries from those of a professional-criminal class.” Albert J. Nock

    “The kind of man who wants the government to adopt and enforce his ideas is always the kind of man whose ideas are idiotic” H.L.Mencken

    “Government is a disease masquerading as its own cure” Robert LeFevere

    Over and out…. Regards,onebornfree

    • Agree: GomezAdddams
  21. onebornfree says: • Website

    Almost forgot :

    “Why should any self-respecting citizen endorse an institution grounded on thievery? For that is what one does when one votes. If it be argued that we must let bygones be bygones, see what can be done toward cleaning up the institution of the State so that it might be useful in the maintenance of orderly existence, the answer is that it cannot be done; you cannot clean up a brothel and yet leave the business intact. We have been voting for one “good government” after another, and what have we got?” Frank Chodorov, Out of Step (1962)

    Over and out…again.

    Regards, onebornfree

    • Replies: @APilgrim
    , @Nik
  22. “Joe Biden , the Hawk ” by Branko Marcetic in the Jacobin Magazine , ” If you’re looking for a president with a track record of foreign intervention , expanding the surveillance state and steadfastly backing Israel despite its war crimes Joe Biden is your guy .”

  23. Hunter? Joe should have named the kid Bagman.

    • Replies: @Twodees Partain
    , @APilgrim
  24. @EliteCommInc.

    Shamir isn’t saying that the Miranda ruling itself is a ruse. Clearly, the article states that Clintonites are using misdirection as a ruse. Russiagate is also a ruse, and is unrelated to Miranda.

    The mention of Miranda is in reference to a fictional screenplay. What else you got over there?

    • Agree: ChuckOrloski
  25. @NoseytheDuke

    True (and funny). George Eliason has written a couple of pieces concerning the recent history of the Ukraine connection with the US deepstate and its campaigns such as Russiagate and the current impeachment push:

    Ukraine has been deepstate occupied territory for a long time, according to Eliason’s articles.

  26. geokat62 says:

    [Crowdstrike’s] founder and head, a Russian Jew and American citizen Dmitry Alperovich is a pathological Russia hater on the model of Masha Gessen and Max Boot.

    Try as I might, I was hard pressed to confirm the ethnic origin of Dmitry Alperovich. But Israel Shamir was kind enough to put that mystery to rest. Thanks Israel!

  27. APilgrim says:

    Violent anarchy is the worst form of interaction.

    Bar none

    • Replies: @onebornfree
  28. APilgrim says:

    Now that he is banging his dead brother’s widow, HUMPER is a more apt description.

    “Say it ain’t so, Joe!”

  29. “Make no mistake about it: UKRAINEgate is very real, but not the false narrative pushed by the media. Trump tricked the Democrats into blowing wide open their own Ukraine scandal under Obama. Just how big is that? It will expose BIDENgate. Which will expose the real RUSSIAgate conspiracy. Which will then expose Clinton’s EMAILgate and SERVERgate
    scandals. Which will in turn expose Deep State and their International Banking Cartel sponsors. Even the Illuminati hidden hand may be revealed as never before along with the forever veiled Black Nobility.”
    — Intelligence Analyst & Former U.S. Army Officer

    I’m not a “Q” follower or one who believes Trump is some kind of 5D chess player, but for the life of me I could not see how UKRAINEgate would not come back to bite the Democrats in the ass. I guess we’ll just have to wait and see if the above statements are true.

    • Agree: Desert Fox
    • Replies: @APilgrim
  30. The Ukraine is a corrupt zionist controlled government just like the zionist corrupt ZUS government so it is no surprise that the zionist backed Bidens would be feeding at the trough just as they feed off the American taxpayers, corruption is as corruption does and that is how zionists control governments.

    • Agree: Johnny Walker Read
  31. Arnieus says:

    Why would a coke snorting loser like Hunter Biden be given millions from a Ukrainian company when he doesn’t even speak the language? Same reason the Clintons used to get \$500k for “speeches”. Give us a millions to our fraudulent charity and we will give you millions of tax payer money.

  32. @Carlton Meyer

    Took a short trip to your web site. Looks like a large amount of great information. I have book marked it for further reading.

  33. onebornfree says: • Website

    “….There are two possible ways for people to relate to each other: either voluntarily or coercively. The State is pure institutionalized coercion. As such, it’s not just unnecessary, but antithetical, to a civilized society. And that’s increasingly true as technology advances. It was never moral, but at least it was possible in oxcart days for bureaucrats to order things around. Today the idea is ridiculous….”:

    See:”The “Government Is Necessary” Scam” [halfway down page]:

    Regards, onebornfree

  34. Whitewolf says:
    @Sean McBride

    Are we moving towards the consolidation of a Soviet-style regime in the United States?

    No it’s already an upgraded Owellian regime that relies on 24/7 brainwashing. The Soviet regime could repress people through violence or the threat of it. They could never convince people that there really are 52 sexes or the need to bring in tens of millions of illegals and replace the population with foreigners.

    • Replies: @Jake
    , @annamaria
    , @voicum
  35. Bidengate is killing the blind Dems. Will he be in the Oct 15 debate or forced out before that? For once, it may be worth watching as the other Dems will profit when he is out. Like vultures they will seek his campaign donors and voters. The lying mainstream media can’t make this pig look pretty. Biden was already going to lose based on his failing mental abilities. Now, he is really toast. The phony impeachment claims are killing the Dems also. It seems they are suicidal this election and want to make SURE Trump wins in a landslide.

  36. Jake says:

    An ‘independent’ Ukraine is nothing more than a preponderantly Jewish directed outpost for the Anglo-Zionist Empire. It is always going to be raped, and then charged for the service of the rape, by those who run the Anglo-Zionist Empire.

  37. Jake says:

    Correct. The WASP-created and currently WASP+Jews administered Anglosphere, the Anglo-Zionist Empire (which controls Western Europe and all of Latin America it wants to control), is today much worse off in many ways than the USSR ever was.

  38. Am I the only one who finds it strange Obama was never mentioned by Mr. Israel?

    What no one is talking about here is the much bigger crime against humanity that the Obama administration committed by engineering the catastrophic Ukraine Civil War. Not only did Biden’s warmongering tear apart that country, that continuing war served to re-start the Cold War with Russia. How calamitous for the world community of nations is that intentional outcome designed by the Obama-Biden-Clinton-Nuland war-making team?!

    Which means that the recent UKRAINEgate is really about stifling Trump’s initiative to get to the bottom of BIDENgate because that will inevitably lead to the root cause of the real UKRAINEgate, not the current fake one. It ought to be apparent how the Left is co-opting real scandals with fake scandals by even using the same memes and MSM emotionally-charged language. Deep State knows that the ensuing confusion is simply far too great for the average American voter to comprehend as the true story is so obfuscated by the CIA-controlled Mockingbird Media.

    • Agree: Robjil
    • Replies: @Skeptikal
  39. Truth3 says:

    New Khazaria on the Dnepr is a wholly owned Jewish project.

    Kolomoisky is one of Rothschild’s front men.

  40. Clintonites? A clintonite would be a follower and not an equal partner in crimes. And Clintons maybe everything else but powerful they are not. Let’s call it the Cabalites. For they are members of a cabal (not to be confused with Jews though certainly there are Jews in it along with a ton of non Jews) and equal participants in crimes such as Biden corruption. Biden was/is Obama errand boy and as such got paid his share of the thirty pieces of silver. It’s a cabal, deep and secretive with octopus like reach that has the government cornered with Democrats and their counterparts, the Republicans!

    • Agree: NoseytheDuke
  41. anon[113] • Disclaimer says:

    Who are you fooling Shamir?…. Kolomoysky is as bad for Ukraine as the Clintonites.

    2nd that.

    • Agree: Rurik
  42. anonymous[322] • Disclaimer says:

    if the Americans retain any common sense.

    This remains to be seen. I’m not optimistic considering the massive propaganda loudspeakers being brought out to steer the narrative. The Clintons and Biden, among others, have been irredeemably corrupt their entire lives yet have had a sense of impunity throughout, a well grounded sense since nothing has ever touched them. The rottenness of all of it makes one’s head swim. All of them have also been fond of committing war crimes overseas, killing and displacing millions of people everywhere, which is even worse than their financial flimflam. American democracy, what a joke, way different in reality than the garbage they taught us in school.

  43. Only slow people, aka the willing slaves called the voting class, believe a difference exists between democrats and republicans. The rich know better.

    The US staged a Nazi coup in Ukraine and wanted to station the navy in the Crimea. Before that, the US had the dying Soviet Union hand over Crimea to Ukraine for free, out of love of Russia.

    Clearly both Republicans and Democrats see the law as a tool to enrich themselves and harm their “enemies.”

    • Agree: Desert Fox, Agent76
    • Replies: @Smith
  44. anon[113] • Disclaimer says:

    Shamir, and now you, mention bribes to Joe Biden. Is there documentation in one of your links about those bribes? (Shamir cited nothing.) I don’t doubt it, but can’t share empty allegations. (D0es Shamir think this is common knowledge? Or does he just never back up his claims.)

    • Replies: @Alfred
  45. APilgrim says:
    @Johnny Walker Read

    I think that one of the Democrat candidates for president started this ruckus.

    Neither Quid Pro Joe, nor Trump would have intentionally started this scrum.

  46. Anonymous[102] • Disclaimer says:

    This is such a hoax conspiracy that I question why they allow this op-ed to be printed. Without bank and tax records to prove it , why would you make these fictitious claims? You’ d be better off tracking Trumps financials and building on those facts. Good luck with that.

    • Replies: @Melotte 22
  47. Smith says:
    @Bastien McCormick

    Was the de-nuclear treaty enforced by both US and Russia over Ukraine a US plot as well?

    Face it, a jew currently runs Ukraine, the national socialists are bidding their times in every parts of the world, waiting for a chance to save this post-1945 world.

  48. Hail says: • Website

    the Clintonites decided to repeat their feat and began impeachment procedure hoping it will keep Trump busy

    They seem rather angry and willing to lash out at anything, like a spoiled child.

    • Replies: @Haruto Rat
  49. Anonymous[102] • Disclaimer says:
    @Johnny Walker Read

    We all want our opinion to be heard but when the only ones listening are in the room with you the smell isn’t so pleasant.

  50. anon[113] • Disclaimer says:

    ‘Middle-Class Joe’s’ family fortunes…. “Quid pro Joe.” (h/t – @APilgrim)

    Very good pinned thread here about Ukraine/Biden/CIA coup against Trump/etc.

    • Replies: @AnonFromTN
  51. Anonymous[110] • Disclaimer says:
    @Richard of Fallbrook

    Frontier, Backwater
    The Frontier, Backwater
    I got the memo.

  52. Begemot says:
    @Richard of Fallbrook

    The Russians call their capital Moskva. We call it Moscow.
    The Russians call their country Rossia, We call it Russia.
    The Italians call their capital Roma. We call it Rome.
    The Italians call their country Italia. We call it Italy.
    The Germans call their country Deutschland. We call it Germany.

    Getting my drift?

    If we want to call it “The Ukraine” we can. After all, we call it “The” United States. What’s good enough for America is good enough for “The” Ukraine.

    • Replies: @Biff
    , @ThreeofSwords
  53. “Shamir isn’t saying that the Miranda ruling itself is a ruse. Clearly, the article states that Clintonites are using misdirection as a ruse. Russiagate is also a ruse, and is unrelated to Miranda.”

    There is nothing in this matter that can be remotely associated with Miranda. By referencing Miranda as like the collusion accusations the author is making the comparison between the two. Such as lawyer uses Miranda to draw attention away from the case.

    That is a false comparison, even if the person is actually guilty of the accusation. Miranda says, the state cannot proceed to abuse a citizens ignorance of the process to prosecute, The citizen is entitled to know how to protect himself/herself from state authority – period. It is a legal standard.

    There is no legal standard for the collusion accusation. It is not linked even remotely to the Constitutional protections of citizens. Your response is circular self reinforcing and flawed logic coming and going. The liberals are not claiming a legal standard — they are merely slinging mud. Because even if the president were in fact colluding, it would not provide a legal basis that the liberals and democrats lost the election as result.

    Furthermore, even if they colluded by sharing information that alone is not a crime.

    Unlike collusion, Miranda is a legal standard that upon violation moots a case because of the governments abuse of power —

    nothing at all like manufacturing a lie to cover incompetence, face saving or illegal activity (including conspiring with foreign powers to start violent revolutions among sovereign nations, i.e. Syria, the Ukraine, Libya, etc.) in office, or ineffective campaign choices.

    The collusion argument does reflect the kind of circular rhetoric in defending this authors false comparison.

  54. Anon[424] • Disclaimer says:

    For the lovers of the IQ : the collective , national , IQ of white blond ukraruinas , polacks , and other ex-soviets specimens is much much lower than mexicans . Puro pendejos .

    • Replies: @Johnny Walker Read
  55. Did anyone actually believe that Biden is not corrupt? Or that Ukraine is not corrupt? Or that Porky and his appointees are not corrupt? If these people exist, they must be either remarkably naïve or simply retarded.

  56. @anon

    It’s untrue that Lutsenko, appointed by his buddy Porky, has no legal experience. Yes, he has no legal education. But he spent some time in jail, which counts as legal experience.

  57. @Johnny Walker Read

    In a world in which the left has defined politics as a holy war of “people of color” (non-Western cultures) against “whites” (Western civilization), an alliance between European and Jewish nationalists in defense of their shared values might make a great deal of sense from a strategic standpoint.

    It’s possible that Spencer’s views on this subject are the harbinger of a major historical wave. He’s done the political math.

    By the way, a few wish list items for the Unz Review interface: the ability to

    -mark comments as of interest from one’s personal/private view


    -browse marked comments
    -sort marked comments
    -filter marked comments
    -search marked comments
    -share marked comments
    -tag marked comments

    • Replies: @Whitewolf
  58. I would like to see the complete receiving account of that Ukraine’s gas company’.

  59. annamaria says:

    “it [the US} is already an upgraded Orwellian regime that relies on 24/7 brainwashing.”

    — true.

  60. Rurik says:

    Clintonites (let us use this nickname for the power variously described as Democrats, Liberals, Internationals, financiers, Masters of Discourse or Deep State).

    All but one: Igor (Benny) Kolomoysky, a maverick Jewish oligarch and a friend of the President, is an enemy of Clintonites.

    a “maverick” eh?

    Kind of like John McCain, huh?

    As Truth3 mentioned,

    “Kolomoisky is one of Rothschild’s front men.”


    However, the server Trump asked about is not the DNC server, but the server allegedly used to hack DNC server. It had left some Russian-language traces, and it was presented as a proof of Russian involvement. But Alperovich’s hackers in the Ukraine also use Russian as their working language…

    What’s with all this misdirection?

    Assange has all but said the DNC data was given to him by Seth Rich, [RIP]

    There was no ‘Russian (or Ukrainian) hacking. Rich was pissed that ‘corrupt Hillary’ had shut out Bernie in the primaries. He had a motive.

    What, pray tell- would be the motive of the corrupt, Obama State Dept. installed- Ukrainians, (working for the Clintonites) to expose Hillary’s corruption? (and their own)?


    “Maverick” Kolomoysky is a Zionist, Jewish supremacist, unhinged Putin-hater- in the mold of Khodorkovsky . A couple of Rothschild stooges installed to loot Ukraine and Russia respectively.

    The “maverick’ is conducting himself in perfect, parallel alignment with the “Democrats, Liberals, Internationals, financiers, Masters of Discourse or Deep State”, (i.e. the Clintonites) that hate Putin’s guts, and would like to see him dead.

    In fact, there are deep ties between Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, and the ‘Maverick’.

    The Maverick owns the television station where Zelensky performed his comedy routine.

    I’d say in all probability that Zelensky is the Maverick’s boy. Which would go a long way toward understanding why Putin is staying at arms length from the comedian.

    All of this rot and corruption and its effects on ZUS politics is why I looked forward to getting some insights from Mr. Shamir.

    Not happening today, I guess.

    • Agree: Desert Fox
  61. Skeptikal says:

    Or, as a judge intoned one day a few decades ago, in a decision that had very unpleasant consequences;

    “I don’t believe there is a conflict of interest, but there could be the *appearance* of a conflict of interest. You are removed from this case.”

    Actually, that logic doesn’t seem quite kosher to me—doesn’t the actual truth/reality count for something?

    Maybe the judge was watching his own back.

    • Replies: @renfro
  62. Whitewolf says:
    @Sean McBride

    Spencer might say some things that are valid and even things that pro-Whites agree with but he’s still controlled opposition just like David Duke.

    • Replies: @Sean McBride
  63. buckwheat says:

    Its common knowledge that most politicians are crooked lying thieving bastards but the brazenness of Biden is truly astounding. His boasting about the Ukraine affair should cost him 10 years in prison if there was truly justice in America. But just like Hildabeast Clinton they know no matter what they say or do they are a protected class in this God forsaken country.

  64. altay says:

    congrats issy, marvelous work.. while i read your column, i was also watching the clive owen film “the international”. i couldn’t tell which one’s more thrilling; possibly yours, because your story is real!

    all these show, that the fight between “patriots and globalists” (as pres. trump put it in his UN speech: “the future belongs to patriots, not to globalists!”) is flaring up.

    globalist agendas like climate change and the EU are on the retreat, nevertheless globalists seem not to leave the arena without bitter fighting.

    patriots may be the last hope for earth to survive in the form known to us, but they are more vital for america herself. why? — because the “democraps and rebloodicans” with their globalist agendas were growing to be disgusting in the eyes of many ordinary american people before trump. remember, trump is a guy from the outside of the “political establishment”, don’t get fooled by that he imitates the “rebloodican”! 😉

    for many american people, and for reasons above, the american federal government had morphed into an alien body, regardless of the voters’ political will, pushing its own alien globalist agenda… and endless wars.

    4-5 years ago, there was the talk of secession.. american states should leave the union en masse to cancel a useless federal govt. and summon a new continental convention. a new constitution will be proclaimed which allows the states to fire any president or congress, who don’t heed to states’ (people’s) calls to come to senses, by a majority vote. i don’t know how widespread that discussion was.. i know, it exists. and if trump is unsuccessful somehow or gets imprisoned, that danger still looms.

    it may seem unimportant, what happens to america; but remember, she is the flagship of the western civilization. for all people on earth, what happens to the u.s.a. will this or that way affect what happens to them. regards..

    • Replies: @Israel Shamir
  65. Alfred says:

    You would have to ask the NSA for that information. To me, it seems pretty obvious. The job for his son was the sweetener.

  66. @Whitewolf

    Spencer might say some things that are valid and even things that pro-Whites agree with but he’s still controlled opposition just like David Duke.

    Witting or unwitting controlled opposition?

    Is there anyone who isn’t a member of the controlled opposition? How would you know?

    • Replies: @Herald
  67. Skeptikal says:

    I would love to see BO hoisted on this petard along with Biden.
    Why should Biden be the only one to take the fall for BO, the Clintons, Nuland, etc.?

  68. Skeptikal says:

    Crimea was not “annexed” to Russia.
    Crimea rejoined Russia by means of a legitimate referendum.

  69. renfro says:

    Actually, that logic doesn’t seem quite kosher to me—doesn’t the actual truth/reality count for something?

    Its quite logical……the ‘appearance ‘ of a conflict of interest can lead to questioning motives…that’s why judges ‘recluse’ themselves in cases where they have ties to anyone or anything involved in the case.
    Since you cant peer into the mind of someone who has the ‘appearance ‘of conflicting interest the best approach is to remove said person from any involvement in the search for the truth.

  70. TKK says:
    @Sean McBride

    One issue that stuns me is that snarky comments of Chelsea Clinton to the President, publicly made and without one ounce of fear. He tweeted something about the Biden/Ukraine impeachment hoax was part of the biggest political scam, and this repellent little beast shot back:

    Yes, you are.

    Readers here know, and certain members of the media know (Ammanpour, Anderson Cooper who have actually traveled without fixers and entourages)

    that if the daughter of a past PM or President smarted off to Erdogan, Xi or Rouhani on a social media account,

    she would likely disappear, be tortured or her children would be snatched for a few weeks, to get her “mind right”.

    Chelsea Clinton is a repulsive slob who has no achievements other than inviting an actual human sex trafficker to her marriage to a fat, sullen Jew that is unemployed.

    Trump needs to go full thug. He needs to go completely bananas bat shit and have Biden’s son indicted TODAY.

    From his first day, I was certain that it was a catastrophic error not to indict Hillary Clinton and her accomplices. She never let up, and it appears she may just win yet.

    • Replies: @eah
    , @Authenticjazzman
  71. Skeptikal says:
    @Johnny Walker Read

    “Am I the only one who finds it strange Obama was never mentioned by Mr. Israel?”

    No! Not the only one.

    But in the case of Shamir I chalk it up to his focusing on the Biden details—not on the big Barry picture. Surely the buck for this whole thing comes to rest like a stinking turd on Barack Obama’s desk. It all occurred on his watch, overseen by his State Dept.

    Or perhaps not on his desk.

    Obama must owe major Jewish chits in Chicago. Rahm Emanuel, anyone?

    I am kind of flailing here, but when I think Chicago and Dem party and Obama I think Rahm Emanuel and Penny Pritzker, and when I think Rahm Emanuel I think dual citizen and dad was a Zionist terrorist. What does all of that have to do with the Ukraine? I don’t know!!
    Plenty of Jewish oligarchs there . .

  72. d dan says:

    Biden is corrupted. Clinton is corrupted. But Trump is corrupted too for the following reasons (among others):

    1. Timing: He has not investigated Biden nor Clinton for almost 3 years. Now that Biden seems likely Democrat nominee, he suddenly becomes so keen to investigate, while still ignoring (or not pushing for) investigation of Clinton (who is not running).

    2. Corruption: Trump appears corrupted too when he tries to use US aids as leverage to get Ukraine to start the ball rolling on something that can benefit his re-election. This is almost no difference than what Biden did.

    3. Vengeance: Instead of letting the machinery of Justice and State departments work at their own pace, Trump looks vengeful when he and his personal lawyer Giuliani are intimately involved.

    The end results is that Trump supporters becomes more convinced of Biden/Clinton/Democrats wrong doing, and the Democrat supporters becomes more convinced of Trump’s corruption and guilt. So, the country hardens the divide and more people lose confidence of politicians.

    • Replies: @Desert Fox
  73. renfro says:

    Here’s Scott Ritter , Iraq weapons inspector who objected to calling off the Iraq inspections. .

    My Letter From Joe Biden

    Author’s note: The 2003 invasion and subsequent occupation of Iraq by a U.S.-led coalition will go down in history as one of the greatest geopolitical disasters in modern history. Then-Sen. Joe Biden was in a unique position to prevent this war from happening. That he chose not to speaks volumes about the man who now seeks to become the next president of the United States. My personal experiences with Biden from 1998 to 2002 provide a window into the character of the man that Americans should familiarize themselves with before considering whether to give him their support.
    Scott Ritter


    “I envy your position. I sincerely do. I envy the ability to have such clarity on this issue.”
    Listening to those words, coming as they were from Sen. Joe Biden, one of the most vociferous defenders of the policies of Bill Clinton’s administration, I knew I was in for a grilling. It was Sept. 15, 1998. I was seated, alone, at a table reserved for witnesses, giving testimony to a joint session of the Senate foreign relations and armed services committees about the reasons behind my resignation as a chief weapons inspector with the United Nations Special Commission (UNSCOM), charged with overseeing the disarmament of Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction (WMD) programs. Arrayed before me were some of the most powerful people in the United States, if not the world. The combined membership of these two committees totaled 36 senators, a little over a third of the entire membership of that esteemed body. More than 20 were present at the hearing and, over the course of the next hour and a half, I was questioned in detail by 17 of them, none of whom seemed to object to my presence more than Biden.

    “Let me ask you a question,” Biden continued. “Do you think you should be the one to be able to decide when to pull the trigger?”
    By Aug. 28, I had received a call from the staff of the Senate Armed Services Committee, requesting my presence on Sept. 3 before a joint session of that committee and the Committee on Foreign Relations.
    Biden, however, had taken umbrage over the fact that the hearing had been allowed to go forward without the presence of either the secretary of state or secretary of defense to offer balance, especially when, as he couched the issue, I was trying to push the United States to war with Iraq. “Isn’t that what this is about?” he demanded. And despite my answers to the contrary, Biden proceeded to lecture me on the limitations of my position as an inspector. “I respectfully suggest that [the secretaries of state and defense] have responsibilities slightly above your pay grade … that’s why they get paid the big bucks. That’s why they get the limos and you don’t.” The issue, Biden said, was more complex than simply a question of “Old Scottie Boy didn’t get in.” It was a decision “above my pay grade,” and the jobs of those charged with making that decision were “a hell of a lot more complicated than yours.” It was about as insulting an experience one could imagine, and it took all my willpower to sit there and take it unflinchingly

    Sen. Chuck Hagel, a Nebraska Republican, who said, “We realize, Major Ritter, as far as we know, that you did not have a limousine; you did not make the big bucks … we understand that, like sergeants and junior officers and people who carry the rifles and actually do the fighting and do the inspecting, that you may have a perspective that the big-bucks people don’t.”

    But rather than allow the inspections to run their course, the Clinton administration instead used the work of UNSCOM to deliberately provoke a confrontation, seeking to inspect a sensitive facility belonging to the Baath Party based upon old intelligence information that had long since expired. The goal was to get the Iraqis to deny inspectors access to the site. When Iraq instead agreed to allow inspectors inside the facility, the Clinton administration immediately ordered all UNSCOM inspectors out of Iraq, before initiating a 72-hour bombing campaign, Operation Desert Fox,

    Biden, later declined to talk to me directly, instead dispatching a senior member of the minority staff of the Foreign Relations Committee to meet with me. This meeting was a singular disappointment. The staffer began by calling me a traitor for speaking out about Iraq and took umbrage when I backed up my claims with documents. “You are not supposed to have these materials,” he said. “They are classified, and you are a traitor for publicizing the information they contain.”
    After reminding the staffer that he was walking a very dangerous line in calling a former officer of Marines a traitor, I pointed out that the information I cited was from my time as an inspector, and was not classified in any way.
    The staffer agreed that the article was fact-based, even if he disagreed with its conclusion. “But this isn’t about facts. This is about politics, and Senator Biden will not go against the policies of the Clinton administration, even if those policies are failing.”
    Biden convened his hearing, which sought the testimony of witnesses hand-picked to sustain the desired conclusion that Iraq was a threat worthy of war. He then went on to vote in support of the use of military force against Iraq—a sharp contrast to the position he took in 1991.

    • Replies: @Ilyana_Rozumova
  74. Robjil says:
    @Richard of Fallbrook

    If that is the case then its “US” or “Netherlands” not the US or the Netherlands.

    Ukraine means borderlands in Ukrainian and in other Slavic languages.

    This is the reason for “the”.

    No other republic had “the” before its name. It has nothing to do with it being a republic in the USSR.

    • Replies: @ThreeofSwords
  75. Cyrano says:

    You are 100% bang on with this article, Mr. Shamir. If anyone should be impeached, it’s Joe Biden and his criminal enterprise, otherwise known as his family. Joe Biden should be pre-emptively impeached before he has even bigger chance to do even more damage to his country and the world.

    I also agree that all of this is a deep state operation against Trump. Why the deep state doesn’t like Trump? Because they are afraid that he is going to blow their cover about the supposedly “liberal” US. It’s all phony, but that’s all they got, fake liberalism to keep the proles quiet in order not to demand real social improvements in their “democracy”, instead of senseless voting in fixed elections.

  76. @EliteCommInc.

    In the future the Presidential office taker will need to be Mirandized as they take the oath of office:

    “Anything you say can and will be used against you in an impeachment trial. …Do you understand your rights?” 😉

  77. @Carlton Meyer

    Every day more and more mud is being shoveled over Jeffery Epstein’s case and BARR has an iron insert in his fundament.

  78. eah says:

    a catastrophic error

    The “catastrophic error” was allowing the Mueller/Russia farce to drag on and on, with the media and hack political/pundit class shitting on him daily, questioning the legitimacy of his election and robbing him of nearly all presidential authority — he showed himself to be an easy mark, which is one reason they haven’t let up — he should have given Mueller six months and not a day more, then very publicly fired the lot of them — but he didn’t have the balls and this is the result — instead he kisses Jew ass and bleats on and on about low black and Hispanic unemployment — then he acts surprised when they still hate his guts and show him zero respect — what’s the point of being President and having the power of the presidency if you’re not going to use it?

    • Agree: Robert Dolan
  79. @d dan

    This a zionist tactic, divide and conquer, it is not good enough for the zionists that they control the ZUS government, the zionists like to see their puppets tear each other apart, is a continual zionist recreation.

    Read The Protocols of Zion, it is all there.

  80. Agent76 says:

    September 25th, 2019 Joe and the Giant Impeachment

    Dems aiming for Trump may hit Joe Biden instead.


    The mockingbird mainstream whore media is unrelenting in its coordinated effort to coverup the crimes of creepy Joe Biden and his son Hunter, whilst hoisting the blame for said crimes on President Trump who had the audacity to request that the crimes of Joe and Hunter be investigated.

    September 20, 2019 Video of Joe Biden admitting that he bribed the Ukrainian President with \$1 billion dollars to fire lead prosecutor investigating his corrupt son

  81. @eah

    I see Trump’s tactical error differently. He needed to take a shot at the big money with a series of antitrust cases against big tech, big banks and investment banks, big media.

    It would have been very popular, and he would have been hitting the correct targets.

  82. @eah

    Trump is a stupid cuck, a miserable pussy.

    That’s why he can’t get anything done.

    He TALKS big…..but then he rolls over every time.

    The biggest loss is on immigration/demographics. He isn’t going to do anything about it.

    He responds to jewing by bending over more….and the jews respond by reaming his ass even HARDER.

    If he’d just stand up to them and tell them to fuck off, the whole world would be better for it.

    • Agree: Desert Fox
    • Replies: @AnonFromTN
  83. @Hail

    I used to be 2/3 sure about Hillary but now I’m starting to doubt another 1/3.

  84. @Robert Dolan

    Yea, Trump is not very good, but the cackling hyena would have been atrocious. It’s too bad we are reduced to choosing between shit and even bigger shit, but is it quite clear which shit was bigger in 2016. It looks like it’s going to be just as clear in 2020, as Dems did everything to remove even half-decent candidates.

  85. renfro says:

    Best damn thing said about the Trump and Biden corruption fight..
    Its everybody pilgrims…everybody.
    Just read thru to see ALL the US politicos and Elites involved in the huge money pit corruption that is Ukraine. There are dozens of them. Protecting the Ukraine from Russia is the guise for getting stinking rich for those using their office or connections to congress or the StateDept.


    Don’t waste your time with partisan bullshit defending Trump or Biden.

    Hunter Biden’s Perfectly Legal, Socially Acceptable Corruption

  86. renfro says:

    You’re right.

    Notice how Eliz Warren is skyrocketing.
    Because she’s talking about government corruption and the middle class.
    Most people….that have a brain at all …will unite against corruption… matter which party they support….there will be tunnel vision knuckle draggers who wont ….but most people will.
    No one likes being cheated or betrayed.

    • Replies: @AnonFromTN
  87. There was little chance that the Trump Administration could prosecute Clinton Inc. without a widespread hue and cry of political vengeance being levelled: Likewise with the Bidens.

    As I’ve commented in UR a few times before, Trump should hand out Presidential Pardons to the scurvy lot of them; they’ll never be prosecuted for their misdeeds, so why not tar them with pardons that spell out those misdeeds in gleeful detail.

    What are they going to do, impeach him?

    • Replies: @Olorin
  88. @renfro

    No one likes being cheated or betrayed.

    Yet we in the US are continuously cheated and betrayed for decades now. A lot of sheeple do not seem to notice.

  89. BUYOP says:

    This isn’t partisan oppo war. Kurt Volker, the virgin they threw into the volcano when Biden got burned? I knew him back when he disappeared into CIA. Think he quit, and just happened to show up in all these sensitive jobs? McCain’s ventriloquist, then senior ratfuck officer assigned to Dmytro Firtash? This is just more of the same shit, CIA picks up their presidential Ken dolls and shakes them around like they’re talking to each other. Biden’s role as poster boy for corruption is all-you-can-steal, but don’t imagine he has agency or discretion or anything.

  90. typeviic says:

    We aren’t allowed to talk about Joe & Hunter Biden? This is insane!

  91. typeviic says:
    @Sean McBride

    Dont forget about the Bush crime family and the neocons………..

    • Replies: @Desert Fox
  92. Anonymous[119] • Disclaimer says:

    The forthcoming Presidential race is becoming a global affair, it seems. In so many countries the US influence had been delivered by agents of Clintonite clan, and all of them are tempted to do what the Clintonites ask, that is to help them to undermine President Trump. In the Ukraine, the struggle of Clintonites and Trumpers is far from over. President Zelensky promised President Trump to help him; but the oligarchs of the Ukraine are in Clintonite camp.

    The Clintonite clan can be better described as the Western Global(ist) Deep State. Whether it’s the global white genocide project or the global CO2 control initiative, it’s glaringly obvious that a lot of “our” political representatives are getting their marching orders from a half-hidden group of wannabe masters of the universe.

    The scary part is that a lot of those politicians are unflinchingly pushing unpopular and ultimately political-career-ending policies. That’s how much their loyalty lies on the side of these enemies of humanity.

  93. Agent76 says:

    Sep 29, 2019 Russian TV Reveals The Facts Behind Trump’s Accusations About Biden And His Son Hunter

    Are true American President Donald Trump accusations about former US vice-president Biden And His Son Hunter Biden? Watch real news to found out!

  94. @renfro

    I would only insert the note that all this mess started by Carter moving into Somalia.
    I was really puzzled by that. Only years after I did realize that it was long term plan for destabilization of Muslim power

  95. Emslander says:

    I guess you don’t have the proper reverence for “Bite-Me”. Every other story ever written about that slimeball mentions that he lost a wife and child in an auto accident right after he won his first election to the US Senate. He’s been trafficing off of it for nearly fifty years now. Sometimes he says the accident was caused by a drunk driver (not true). The family of the other driver has been trying to get him to stop making that claim, but I guess it brings more sympathy.

  96. Nik says:

    Well I just went to your website Bornfree…

    And what brilliant work you do

    Keep it up my brother

  97. @typeviic

    Who could forget their role with Israel in the attack on the WTC on 911, these traitors got away with murdering 3000 Americans!

  98. renfro says:

    If you love Jews for Israel Vote for Joe.
    Did you know that our constitution is based on Jewish values?
    I didn’t know that but Joe says it is.
    Strange there’s not a single Jew among the signers of the Del of Indep. or the Constitution.

    Biden: ‘Jewish heritage is American heritage’


    “The truth is that Jewish heritage, Jewish culture, Jewish values are such an essential part of who we are that it’s fair to say that Jewish heritage is American heritage,” he said. “The Jewish people have contributed greatly to America. No group has had such an outsized influence per capita as all of you standing before you, and all of those who went before me and all of those who went before you.”
    “So many notions that are embraced by this nation that particularly emanate from over 5,000 years of Jewish history, tradition and culture: independence, individualism, fairness, decency, justice, charity.
    Jews have also been key to the evolution of American jurisprudence, he continued, namedropping Brandeis, Fortas, Frankfurter, Cardozo, Ginsberg, Breyer, Kagan. “You literally can’t. You can’t talk about the recognition of … rights in the Constitution without looking at these incredible jurists that we’ve had.”

    “Jewish heritage has shaped who we are – all of us, us, me – as much or more than any other factor in the last 223 years. And that’s a fact,” he said.

    “We talk about it in terms of the incredible accomplishments and contributions” of Jews in America, Biden added, but it’s deeper “because the values, the values are so deep and so engrained in American culture, in our Constitution.”

    “So I think you, as usual, underestimate the impact of Jewish heritage. I really mean that. I think you vastly underestimate the impact you’ve had on the development of this nation. We owe you, we owe generations who came before you,” he said.”

  99. voicum says:

    That’s because the citizens of the Soviet Union were educated people not brain dead automatons , like the majority of the US citizenry.

  100. I don’t think Nancy would impeach if she could not get a conviction. Why would Republican Senators say no to Trumps head on a platter? He’s not one of them. The House will impeach and the Senate will convict.

    Then what? Then the Clinton/Bush/Obama crime family and their paymasters will remain safe and in charge of the Federal Government. Safe from Orange Man and the Deplorables I mean. Russia, China and Iran are another matter.

    Unless U.S. Atty Barr has something really good up his sleeve. Does anybody here think Barr will actually do anything? Other than not inditing Comey?

    • Disagree: Robert Dolan
  101. You are insanely wrong.

    The Senate would NOT impeach.

    And Stupid Nancy WOULD impeach for no reason at all, simply because she’s
    Stupid Nancy.

    But I doubt that it will even happen.

    And their antics assure that Trump will win in 2020.

    Like Ann Coulter says, “I don’t even like Trump but I’m forced to defend him because they lie so much about him.”

    • Agree: AnonFromTN
  102. Dannyboy says:

    Do the elites have any idea what is going to happen to them and their families/children, when this racket is exposed once and for all?

  103. Biff says:

    The Russians call their capital Moskva. We call it Moscow.
    The Russians call their country Rossia, We call it Russia.
    The Italians call their capital Roma. We call it Rome.
    The Italians call their country Italia. We call it Italy.
    The Germans call their country Deutschland. We call it Germany.

    Getting my drift?

    If we want to call it “The Ukraine” we can. After all, we call it “The” United States. What’s good enough for America is good enough for “The” Ukraine.

    And Led Zeppelin is called Led Zeppelin, not “The” Led Zeppelin, and Who do you call “The Who”?

    • Replies: @NoseytheDuke
  104. What has yet to hit the Fake Media but is widely discussed by citizen journalists on Youtube, Patreon,etc:
    1. Adam Schiff received campaign contributions from a Ukrainian donor/host at a fundraiser. All solid citizens, especially the host, an arms dealer.

    2. Nancy Pelosi also received funding for her campaign in the Ukraine and other Democrats may have as well.

    3.There is more dirt in Ukraine and China to come out on Quid pro Joe Biden, Barry Soetoro/Hussein/Renegade/Mr. X, other Democrats and RINO’s.

    2020 will be very interesting to say the least.

  105. @renfro

    Hi renfro!

    For your consideration, to follow, an embarrassing confession

    Given my “Homeland’s” Jewish Corporate Media advanced news-spin capability, I initially found it kinda’ hard to digest Israel Shamir’s unique presentation of many de-Zionized facts regarding the present impeachment-abomination display.

    Nonetheless, am left with good “feelies”* with my job as a Scranton School District bus driver,👍and my not serving as a brainy but theatrical political staff-advisor to either Nancy Pelosi or Donald J. Trump.

    In your valuable comment # 102, you brought forth stinky Biden-Speak words which alluded to “the development of this nation.” Haha. Nothing but “Jewish Heritage” to make a free country’s general population breakdown and cry “Uncle Shlomo,” eh renfro?

    (Zigh) Candidates Biden and Trump are so deep into the comforting Israeli fog, and at times (while alone), & after having endured a hard ZUS propaganda-Day in Life,🙄 I reckon even they must know how fecklessly undeveloped they have become as fellow “Chosen” septuagenarians. Haha.

    Thanks & my respect, renfro! Time to impeach myself away from this incessant & dull Jewish screech.

    * “Feelies” from Huxley’s “Brave New World.

    • Agree: renfro
  106. Today America is governed by an Organized Criminal Enterprise. a take over that began with then Vice President Bush after his bungled assasination of Ronald Regan. However, it wasn’t a complete failure as it resulted in Bush (a Rockefeller asset) actually running the WH, and subsequently winning the presidency. Bill Clinton (a possible Rockefeller offspring, who for all his Democratic party trappings is a CIA (Bush) cresation who was treated by G. Bush like a favored nephew, and both benefitted greatly in partnership international narcotics trafficking. After Bill it was George’s son’s turn, after that came Rockefeller’s next choice Obama. Trump interrupted the Rockefeller reign, but he has problems too steming from his accepting Russian mafia money in the late 80s early 90’s, to save his real estate empire. They, the Russian/Ukrainians, needed a brand name through which to launder money into the states, looted from mother Russia, and Trump filled that need to a T. So today we’re witnessing a fight between the Russian mafia crooks including a reluctant but fatally comprimised Trump, and the Rockefeller’s communist crooks, all for control of America, her banks and military, and ultimately the world.
    Maybe all this is a bad dream I had.

    • Replies: @Johnny Walker Read
  107. @Justvisiting

    I understand the approach; it would be very popular with Joe 6-Pack. Big Media has been exposed: watch Giuliani and George Stepinshitalopolous. The Naked Deceit of the MSM has been laid bare. I think that in future, many will look back and see that a simple win as you suggest was not doable;the lack of executive control of the Alphabet agencies and Civil Bureaucracy is near non-existent at this point. 2020 will break the will of the Democrat Party. Two years of controlling the House and Senate could actually allow for this type of activity because the way was cleared to do so in the first term.

    What the Dems did was go spastic for 3 years screaming Russia to hide Ukraine. I’m sure there is more dirt in Ukraine and China and….Notice Trump has 2 personal lawyers that he has briefed to handle items he could normally count on a Cabinet Secretary to do? Why? These are not, I suggest, normal times. The C_A, Brennan, Clapper and others are in full court press. But now it’s the 4th period and they are out of gas (sorry, bad sports metaphor).
    Trump could get impeached. The Senate would look at it. Rule it is spurios and throw it out. Then McConnell could say: ‘What about this CFR video, Biden, Ukraine…what about that?” Trump gets elected in 2020 with a landslide after gaining significant sympathy and support. The MORE INSANE the MOCKINGBIRD CIA media behaves, the more people are leaving the Democrat Party and the more Independents see Trump as the only game in town.
    Who is their to vote for: Biden, Warren, Booker, Bernie? The Left has no one except Gabbard and they don’t trust her. Kamala Harris has lost all heart. Killary Clinton or Big Mike Obama? The voters would reject both. They have nothing.

  108. @Begemot

    The language analogy is not appropriate in this case because the use of the definite article “the” is governed by specific grammatical rules as follows:

    “We do not normally use the definite article with names:

    William Shakespeare wrote Hamlet.
    Paris is the capital of France.
    Iran is in Asia.

    But we do use the definite article with:

    countries whose names include words like kingdom, states or republic:

    the United Kingdom the Kingdom of Bhutan
    the United States the People’s Republic of China

    countries which have plural nouns as their names:

    the Netherlands the Philippines”

    Taken from the website of the British Council.

    One exception that comes to mind – The Hague

    So according to this, it is not correct to say “the Ukraine”, unless the exception applies.

    Regarding the origin of the name, Ukraine, taken from the website “”:

    “Origin of “Ukraine”

    The word “oukraina” was first mentioned in the Hypatian Codex in 1187 as the name of the territory of Pereyaslav Principality meaning “outskirts”.

    There are several theories about the origin of the name “Ukraine”. One of them says that the name originates from the general Slavic word for “borderland”, which primarily referred to Kievan Rus border territories – Pereyaslav Principality. Later on “Ukraina” referred to borderlands within the Polish Kingdom”

  109. @Robjil

    There are grammatical reasons why it is “The United States” and “The Netherlands”, and not just “United States” or “Netherlands”.

    As for “The Ukraine” vs. “Ukraine”, I found one explanation online that the definite article “the” was used while Ukraine was a part of the Soviet Union. After that, while the label persisted, the Ukrainians pushed to have it eliminated from the English translation to show that Ukraine had become a separate and independent country.

    A website, “”, does NOT use the definite article at all.

    Otherwise, your observation regarding the etymology is correct.

  110. @Biff

    and Who do you call “The Who”?

    My generation?

  111. Cato says:
    @Sean McBride

    I have a colleague, who I believe to be a psychopath, who always backs the person he thinks will win in our organization’s power struggles. He has been very successful, and leads a happy and celebrated life. I would urge all of you to consider his example, think first of your families, and desist from backing a losing cause. America is mostly lost. We can keep it alive in our homes, but our political culture is, and will remain, an alien culture, that renounces the vision of our founders.

  112. @utu

    Utu, do you think all bankers of the world are one happy family?

  113. @Cato

    Right… a POS shabbos goy sellout like Paul Ryan or John McCain…..shit on your country and your people.

    Great advice.

  114. @Rurik

    good or bad, Mr Kolomoysky is the only one Ukr oligarch who is against IMF and against Clintonites. Good or bad, he is not considered as anti-Putin, or anti-Russian in the Ukraine. If he is connected to the nefarious entity called Rothschild, this omnipotent Rothschild did not help him when the other bankers took over his bank.
    The world is not that simple, Rurik. You see a Jew and you presume he is a Zionist, Jewish supremacist, unhinged Putin-hater and Rothschild stooge. With this presumption, you do not have to read at all.

    • Disagree: Desert Fox
    • Replies: @hobo
    , @hobo
    , @Robjil
  115. anon[113] • Disclaimer says:

    “Good or bad, he is not considered as anti-Putin, or anti-Russian in the Ukraine.”

    Ha ha ha…. Israel Shamir wrote “the Ukraine.” So fuck the Hell off.

    • Replies: @ThreeofSwords
  116. @Cato

    A question to consider: has America been a Masonic project from the start? Has it been a Masonic project all along? Has there always been a radical disconnect between America’s overt agenda and a hidden agenda?

    • Replies: @utu
  117. utu says:
    @Sean McBride

    It seems that the answer is YES to all three of your questions.

  118. Leon says:

    It is propaganda and myth that the Constitution was created to limit the Federal Gov power. Prior to the Constitution we had a Central Government that could not get anyone to agree on how to tie their shoes it had no power. Prior to it we had the a working set of laws called the Articles of Confederation. Prior to it was had true democracy in the new world a conversation between the States and the People about the immorality of slavery.

    Since the Con game was shoved up our asses like Obama Care we have been at war with the entire world. It was the foundation of an Empire brought over by Freemason’s from Europe. It is how the banking cabal in Europe hijacked the new world. It destroyed all hopes of a true democracy that was happening in the states at the time. It throughout over 150 years worth of working laws overnight. It was eventually responsible for the Civil War.

  119. @the grand wazoo

    I detect a hint of Reagan worship, which like Kennedy worship is totally unfounded.

    Ronald Reagan, Organized Crime Corrupto and Hack

  120. hobo says:
    @Israel Shamir

    Holy sh*t Israel. Your take on Kolomoisky is such a gross distortion of reality that one can only hope it was done out of ignorance and not some ‘spin’ job in a misguided attempt to rehabilitate Kolomoisky’s reputation. A more cynical interpretation would see this as part of an agenda to whitewash Kolomoisky now that he has succeeded in becoming both puppetmaster and ‘godfather’ of the criminalized state of the Ukraine.

    Where to begin.

    Let’s start with your claim “Mr Kolomoysky is the only one Ukr oligarch who is against IMF and against Clintonites.”

    The only reason Kolomoisky is against the IMF is because his looting of the Ukrainian economy became so blatantly outrageous they were finally forced to move against his Privat Bank.

    By the time regulators took over PrivatBank, the \$5.5 billion had already been transferred to banks in Austria, Luxembourg, and Latvia. From there, the trail goes cold. … This account is based on a forensic audit by Kroll, the U.S.-based corporate investigation and risk consulting firm. The report … is based on PrivatBank’s own records and was obtained exclusively by OCCRP. … Ukraine nationalized PrivatBank in December 2016, saddling taxpayers with a \$5.9 billion bailout.”

    Kolomoisky was perfectly fine with IMF’s actions when in 2014 more than a third (over \$3 billion) of a massive IMF loan went directly to his Privat Bank. This money then magically disappeared into offshore accounts.

    As for being against the Clintonites, you seem to gloss over the not insubstantial fact that Kolomoisky is the beneficial owner of Burisma, the company at the center of this latest scandal.

    “In August 2012, a Ukrainian group calling itself the Anti-Corruption Action Centre (AntAC), reporting its research into the ownership of Ukrainian gasfields, claimed that Zlochevsky had sold out the year before…
    AntAC describes itself as “a Ukrainian civil society organization, which unites experts from legal, media and civic-political sectors fighting corruption as a root cause of the key state-building problems in Ukraine.” Zlochevsky had let go of Burisma through a chain of companies called Ukrnaftoburinnya (Ukraine), Deripon Commercial Ltd. (Cyprus) and Burrard Financial Corporation (BVI). AntaAC’s reports cites Oleh Kanivets, a former chief executive of Ukrnaftoburinnya, as saying the chain ended up with Kolomoisky. “The Privat Group is the immediate owner. This company was founded by Mykola Zlochevsky some time ago, but he later sold his shares to the Privat Group.”

    You seem to forget that Kolomoisky was the Clintonistas golden boy during the civil war with numerous glowing articles extolling his virtues planted in MSM. He was even made Governor of Dnipropetrovsk Oblast at their behest.

    John Helmer, who writes about corruption in the former Soviet Union, also seems to have a somewhat different view on the matter ;


    • Agree: Desert Fox
    • Replies: @utu
    , @Israel Shamir
  121. @TKK

    ” Trump needs to go full thug” Chapeau and dittos many times over, and I have been saying this since day one of his presidency.

    First of he must finally wrest the race card away from them, the actual racists, and start to hit them with it 24/7, this is of ultimate necessity as 90% of the POC in the US still see the Republicans as racists, regardless of the sordid history of the Democrats in this area.

    Apparently the lot of Republican Politicians somehow believe that the BC/HC/BO/GS cabal is
    somehow endowed with super-human powers of vengence and that they are invincible and invulnerable when fact is their whole political structure is a card house and a figment of the Republican’s imagination.

    AJM “Mensa” qualified since 1973, airborne trained US Army vet and pro jazz artist.

  122. hobo says:
    @Israel Shamir

    Good or bad, he is not considered as anti-Putin, or anti-Russian in the Ukraine.”

    So history is being rewritten in the Ukraine.

    -Gone is the fact that Kolomoisky publicly called Putin, a “schizophrenic short-arse” who was “completely incapable, totally insane”.
    -Gone is the fact that Kolomoisky funded the neonazi brigades who committed the worst atrocities against pro-russians during the civil strife.
    -Gone is the fact that Kolomoisky publicly proclaimed a bounty of \$10,000, dead or alive, for every Russian during the war.
    -Gone is the fact that Kolomoisky sabotaged attempts by Poroshenko to stop the bloodshed by negotiating a cease-fire.

    If indeed this is the general belief in the Ukraine, it is a tribute to the manipulation of public perception. Given the reality, it is highly unlikely this happened by some sort of mass delusion. Rather it suggests a purposeful shifting of public opinion by the media in the Ukraine. (Coincidentally most of this media just happens to be controlled by a certain tribal ethnicity (an all too familiar state of affairs in the western world, as Shamir has repeatedly pointed out).

    This implies an agenda. So is this whitewashing of Kolomoisky merely to make him more palatable to Ukrainians now that he has effectively become the overlord of the Ukraine. Or is there a deeper game afoot?

  123. utu says:

    But he is not anti-Putin or anti-Russian and he loves Chabad Lubavitchers. That suffices for Shamir.

  124. @hobo

    At the bottom of the piece you linked it says “Washington and Kiev sources add their suspicion that reviving the old charges against Kolomoisky is convenient for US officials seeking leverage of threatened prosecutions in the US to bend the newly elected Ukrainian government and Kolomoisky himself” So much for those arguments.
    There are no good guys in the story. Kolomoysky is a maverick in many ways – he changed his line and his attitude frequently. Now he is against IMF; now he supports pro-peace with Russia line. Yes, he was not always like that. But that is what he is now. Pinchuk is deeply connected with Atlanticists, or Clintonites. He invested in the Atlantic Council, the policy think tank of the group. So now Kolomoysky is to be preferred to Pinchuk. It does not make one of them good and another one bad. Both are bad; but now Kolomoysky takes a line that is more pro-peace and more pro-patriots.
    As for the claim that Kolomoisky is the beneficial owner of Burisma since 2012, it is a very dubious one. If it would be so, why Zlochevsky bothered so much about it after the coup in 2014?

    • Replies: @annamaria
  125. @anon

    I respect Mr. Shamir, and enjoy his articles and perspectives. My comment was not intended to criticize his choice. That is his prerogative. I am sure he is aware of the nuance and may have even intentionally used “the Ukraine” in his article to convey the fact that the country is not, in fact, so independent after all (v. my comment #114).

    Regardless, since it appears that he peruses the comments and himself replies on occasion (v. comments #118, #120 & #121), I allow him and ONLY him the right to tell me that my comments are inappropriate. Unless, of course, you are an authorized representative of his, but I sincerely doubt it.

    • Replies: @Israel Shamir
  126. @NoseytheDuke


    Reps and Dems are the same shit with different smells. Zionist control those POS because they are all compromised in one way or another. It will not matter one bit, who gets elected. The problem is deep and it has to be cut out! The country is being run by criminals, perverts and pedophiles and the Zionists have something on all of them. The US government is like a Mafia, you have to commit a crime before you are allowed to join. Those crimes are documented and or recorded by the Powers that be.

    Peru, just forced the President to cancel the Congress. They are all out of the government and the people will elect a new Congress. This past election was supposed to bring an end to all the corruption, but nothing changed. This time they are going to elect people that are not part of the political groups that take orders from the Neo-liberals, Millionaires and Foreign Corporations. They are looking at Mexico’s President for direction and have taken up his 4 Transformacion as their rally cry.

    Maybe the US needs to do the same and throw out all the DC trash and start over!


  127. Does anyone find it troubling that both of Trump’s investigations involve Eastern Countries? The people in government positions are boy scouts compared to people in those countries.

    How fucking stupid is Trump or whoever told him (Giuliani) that he needed to find something that would blowout the Mueller Investigation. That made him send Barr to talk to the English, Italians and Australians to see if they have something. I can see Giuliani’s retarded ass, telling Trump, “Hey you better find something that will kill the Mueller Investigation, just in case you get Impeached”. “If that happens they can prosecute you once you are forced out of office.”

    Now everyone is left wondering what the fuck is going on with these people looking into the Mueller Case. They are all retarded, old bastards that should be playing checkers in a park! We can’t take anymore more of this bullshit, it was funny at first, but now it’s gotten outta hand guys. This shit is going to force that motherfucker into doing something crazy!

  128. Is there another country on the face of this planet damned with a ruling class as corrupt as the United States of America?

    • Replies: @AnonFromTN
  129. eah says:

    For me, the absolute worst thing about all of this — the Mueller/Russia hoax, and now the impeachment inquiry circus — is that normal, average working people are chained to it via the coercive tax system — Wash DC and the federal government have become a goddamn freak show, a ball-and-chain that every taxpayer must drag around.

    Look at the arrogance; the contempt they have for you:

    • Replies: @Justvisiting
  130. @Altan ibn Goldman

    The elites of most US sidekicks are corrupt. The elites of first-rate vassals, like Germany, UK, France, or Japan, might be as corrupt as the US elites, whereas the elites of third-rate vassals, like Ukraine, are considerably more corrupt. What’s more, in these substandard vassals the corruption is not limited to the elites, it permeates everything. Say, in the US or EU a road policeman is highly unlikely to demand a bribe from a stopped motorist, especially explicitly, whereas in Ukraine it’s a usual occurrence.

  131. @ThreeofSwords

    Well, friend, I definitely use “the Ukraine” intentionally. I prefer tradition and reject innovations. The post-coup government of the Ukraine wants us to call them just “Ukraine” and their capital “Kyuv”. I write “Kiev”, as it was done for centuries. But then, I usually speak of Burma and Rangoon, Bombay and Tallin, – instead of Myanmar, Yangon, Mumbai, Tallinn. If I were a state representative writing a note to Ukrainians or Burmese, probably I would pay attention to their desires. But I am not, and I do not. If their regime will last historically meaningful time, we can discuss it again. Meanwhile, they are the Ukraine, like the Netherlands. And their capital is Kiev.

    • Replies: @Begemot
    , @ThreeofSwords
  132. @Rurik


    How are you doing my brother…glad to see you commenting…I’ll add a little bit and see what you think…

    It’s not a coincidence, that the Clinton’s have had a hand in what’s going on in Ukraine. This shit goes way back to 1999, when NATO began bombing Kosovo. Russians always had good relations with Serbia being a land of fellow Eastern Orthodox Slavs and of Yugoslavia being a rightful part of Moscow’s sphere of influence.

    Not being consulted—or even, apparently, warned, by Bill Clinton—sent the very clear message that the U.S. had decided it now presided over a unipolar world. There was no longer even the pretense of recognizing Russia’s fading-superpower status.

    From this point on, Russian President Boris Yeltsin’s administration, already weak and embattled, would be unable to justify its friendly, perennially de-escalating posture toward the West. Anti-American feelings ran so high you would have thought the U.S. were bombing Russia. The liberals in Moscow were in a panic. The nationalists were mobilizing not only politically but also militarily: Men lined up outside the Yugoslav Embassy in Moscow to sign up to volunteer to defend Serbia.

    The country was mobilizing in support of its nationalist leader, Slobodan Milosevic.

    In August, Yeltsin anointed as his successor, a virtual unknown named Vladimir Putin. Within a few weeks, Putin became spectacularly popular by launching a new war in Chechnya. Politicians formerly known as liberals praised the Russian army for its performance there; one said it was “regaining its dignity.” He did not mention Kosovo, but he was referring to the general sense of humiliation that had stayed with Russians since the spring.

    In December 1999, Putin became acting president, and the following March, he was elected to the office. Over the course of the following 14 years, he nurtured in the Russian public a sense of nostalgia for the Soviet Union and especially for the fear it inspired in the rest of the world. In 2008, Russia invaded the former Soviet republic of Georgia and effectively annexed part of its territory. And then it did the same with Ukraine. This time Putin mentioned Kosovo. Indeed, in his speech to parliament, he made it very clear that by annexing Crimea he had avenged Russia for what had happened with Kosovo.

    “It was our Western partners who created the precedent; they did it themselves, with their own hands, as it were, in a situation that was totally analogous to the Crimean situation, by recognizing Kosovo’s secession from Serbia as legitimate,” said Putin. And then, as he cited American statements on Kosovo, he got more and more worked up until he said, “They wrote it themselves. They spread this all over the world. They screwed everybody—and now they are outraged!” (The Kremlin’s official translators, who are forever civilizing the Russian president’s speech, translated this sentence as “They wrote this, disseminated it all over the world, had everyone agree, and now they are outraged!” The expression Putin used, however, was “vsekh nagnuli,” street slang for having had non-consensual anal sex with everybody, rather than for having everybody agree.)

    You can only kick a dog so many times, before even the most loyal dog will bite back…

    Take Care my brother!!!

    • Replies: @anon
  133. anon[113] • Disclaimer says:
    @J. Gutierrez

    Did you write this, or copy/paste?

    “..Russia invaded the former Soviet republic of Georgia and effectively annexed part of its territory. And then it did the same with Ukraine.”

    What’s up with the BS lies? There was no invasion of Crimea. Your provocations and attacks on DC ‘swamp, together with repeat of official US disinformation …. strange.

    • Replies: @J. Gutierrez
  134. Robjil says:
    @Israel Shamir

    What about this? Kolomoisky said the downing of M17 was a “trifle”? There are good Ashkenazis and bad ones like good apples and bad apples. Kolomoisky is sitting on two fences. Two faces, one face to Israel and one face to Russia, Ukraine or whatever serves his interests. He lives in Israel, yet he has so much power in ZUS ukraine. Why?

    Kolomoisky has been living in the city of Herzliya, Israel, since September 2018. When asked why he moved there from Switzerland, the businessman referred to “family reasons.”

  135. @Anonymous

    Hi Joe,
    Your time is running out.

  136. Ron Paul is suggesting that the whistleblower complaint is perhaps part of a CIA coup against Trump, just as Watergate was likely a coup against Nixon , particularly as the alleged whistleblower is said to have ties to the agency . Chuck Schumer warned Trump a while back when he was critical and dismissive of the findings provided by the intelligence agencies , you don’t do that they “have six ways to Sunday ” to retaliate . In any event we may end up with a “twofer ” ,with both Trump and Biden out ,which would be no great loss , unfortunately there are plenty of corrupt politicians to take their places .

  137. @eah

    Hillary spilled the beans with her “deplorables” comment in 2016.

    Schiff etal deplore average folks. They consider us sub-human.

    So of course they have “nothing to say to us” anymore than they would converse with apes or ants for that matter.

    We are to be fed endless lies by them and the propaganda media–and are supposed to be stupid enough to believe them.

    Now–get back to work, citizen–you have taxes to pay!

  138. Begemot says:
    @Israel Shamir

    This forcing changes in language to support the Ukrainian nationalist agenda is even being attempted against the Russian language. I learned that in Russian the preposition ‘на’ [on] is used instead of ‘в’ [in] for the English expression ‘in Ukraine’, thus ‘на Украине’ instead of ‘в Украине’. But this usage is now politically incorrect. My Russian speaking Ukrainian wife tells me that Russian speakers on the social media VKontake are getting criticized by Ukrainian nationalists for this use of ‘на’ instead of ‘в’. I just checked Google’s English to Russian translator of the English “in Ukraine’ and it gave me ‘в Украине’. Totally incorrect but Politically Correct. Google lies. These people and their allies don’t want people to use their own languages. These languages must be amended to conform to the dictates of our present day Newspeak. The Orwellian dystopia is here.

    • Replies: @Israel Shamir
  139. @Israel Shamir

    Quite understood. I thank you for your time and effort.

  140. @anon

    Timeline of the annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation
    From Wikipedia

    February 27

    On February 27, at 4:20 local time, sixty pro-Russian gunmen seized Crimea’s parliament building and Council of Ministers building. They were said to be professionals and heavily armed.[36] Thirty broke into the building initially, with a bus carrying another thirty and additional weapons arriving later.[37] The gunmen were unmarked but raised Russian flags.[38]

    While the gunmen occupied Crimea’s parliament building, the parliament held an emergency session.[39][40] It voted to terminate the Crimean government, and replace Prime Minister Anatolii Mohyliov with Sergey Aksyonov.[41] Aksyonov belonged to the Russian Unity party, which received 4% of the vote in the last election.[40] It also voted to hold a referendum on greater autonomy on 25 May. The gunmen had cut all of the building’s communications and took MPs’ phones as they entered.[39][40] No independent journalists were allowed inside the building while the votes were taking place.[40] Some MPs claimed they were being threatened and that votes were cast for them and other MPs, even though they were not in the chamber.[40]

    That’s what I remember Anon, now I wasn’t there, maybe you were and you can share what really happened. “They did what they had to do, when are you guys going to do what you have to do?” I live in Mexico just about as corrupt a place as any, but our corruption is internal brother, your corruption effects other countries. With the new President we’re starting to address our corruption, don’t believe the MSM, they’re pissed off that he put a stop to the sacking of PEMEX.

    Look at the Wall Street rating they had last year (Odebrehct, PEMEX Theft, Energy Reform, Looting Pension Funds, etc) they gave Mexico top rating, Mexico a great place for investment. This year the new President (Blocked Corrupted Contracts with PEMEX, Stopped Pipeline Theft, Put Politicians in Jail, Froze Bank Accounts, Investigating Corruption, Investigating the 43 deaths, etc.) Wall Street rated PEMEX at Junk, Mexico will not see any growth, put your money elsewhere.

    PEMEX just paid 50 billion dollars on their debt, put right up Wall Street’s ASS!!!!If oil prices go higher, we’re going to be just fine.

    So, tell what happened in Crimea, Anon…

    • Replies: @Robjil
    , @anon
    , @AnonFromTN
  141. @9/11 Inside job

    BBC News headline September 27 , 2019 : ” Trump Impeachment Inquiry : ‘Whistleblower’ is CIA Officer “.

  142. @9/11 Inside job

    Doesn’t “9/11 Inside Job” see an inside job when it is in front of his eyes?

    • Replies: @Rabbitnexus
  143. On 9/11 I saw planes hitting buildings and skyscrapers collapsing , it took 12 years before I learned that what I had seen were no planes but CGI’s and buildings that were demolished using pre-planted explosives, I am now getting a little quicker in recognizing an “inside job” .

  144. Robjil says:
    @J. Gutierrez

    Here are some reasons

    Tired and weary of the bickering divisions in Ukraine.

    1. Crimeans are sick and tired of living in the artificial, dysfunctional state that is Ukraine. Read more about Ukraine’s four distinct parts (five, if you count Crimea), their divisions and my original prediction about what it means for Ukraine’s future.

    Most people identified with Russia. Crimea was a very important part of the Russian Empire.

    2. Most people in Crimea are Russians. According to recent polls, 97% are Russian-speakers (even those who are formally of Ukrainian ethnicity). Most residents of Sevastopol, as a separate subject of Crimea, are retired or active officers and servicemen of the Russian Black Sea Fleet, as well as their families. They want to be protected against forced ukrainization and against the threat to their lives by Ukrainian nazis.

    Tartars wanted it too. Tartars also live in a large state in central Russia.

    Crimean government has done something very smart by affording #CrimeanTatar language the status of the third state language, thus securing the Tatar minority vote. More here. The Russian Autonomous Republic of #Tatarstan and the World Tatar Congress weighed in by promising cultural and financial support to Crimean Tatars as long as they vote pro-Russia.

    Ukraine was a mess since leaving the USSR.

    Crimea will be able to re-build its industry with Russian investments. Crimean industry was all but destroyed (just like everywhere in Ukraine’s south) as a result of Ukraine’s inept and criminal oligarchical rule. In the 90’s, almost the entire post-Soviet space, including Russia, suffered from the looting by oligarchs and their Western handlers, but Russia/ #Putin were able to stop and reverse the trend, with obvious results. Ukraine is still in the downward spiral.

    Crimeans wanted to go back home to Russia.

    Last but certainly not least: most Crimeans have been suffering tremendously Under Kiev rule. They have dreamed for 23 years of re-uniting back with #Russia. Crimeans say: “for 23 years, we were unappreciated guests, now we are finally going home.” This says it all!

    • Replies: @J. Gutierrez
  145. anastasia says:

    Very informative. Thanks!

  146. anon[113] • Disclaimer says:
    @J. Gutierrez

    It’s no crime if you weren’t interested enough to pay attention at the time, but falling back on MSM and Zio-Wiki propaganda is pretty sad.

  147. Not an announced candidate, perhaps, but an aging harridan who believes the third time can be the charm for her. Hillary has the network to do the job, she has enough on enough of them to blackmail the Congressional Democrats. Look behind the curtain and you might see her sinister face.

  148. @Begemot

    Perhaps your wife told you (if she knows that) in Russia nowadays the folks tease Ukr nationalists by saying вна Украине vna [onin] Ukraine)).

    • Agree: AnonFromTN
    • Replies: @Begemot
  149. Olorin says:
    @The Alarmist

    Remarkably sensible imo, Al.

    I’ve long suspected that the people screeching for DJT to go full Eliot Ness on the Dems are Zika babbys regarding how the world works…and the MSM. Or they’re just paid shills.

    Darkness to light is the order of the day, and the man who illuminates cannot make everyone happy. Particularly those who have come to love darkness. The nation’s father must be as willing as any paterfamilias to be hated and reviled for his imperfect but necessary dadly labors for those he loves. That Trump is even stepping up to do this and is so clear about both what needs to be done and the magnitude of it is why I voted for hin in ’16 and plan to do so again.

  150. chris m says:

    seems that the entire Biden-Ukraine affair
    may be all about an internal-Democratic party issue.

    1) he’s currently the front-runner of sorts in the upcoming Presidential election
    2) he is very accident-prone, ( particularly when it comes to issues of corruption, as in this case)
    and so has very little chance of being their nominee
    3) so Democrats want to throw him under a bus asap, and
    4) get the msm to believe that it’s all Trumps fault, whom everyone hates (or so they believe)


    • Replies: @Justvisiting
  151. @chris m

    seems that the entire Biden-Ukraine affair
    may be all about an internal-Democratic party issue.

    That is an interesting thought.

    The Democrats have a significant challenge in getting rid of Biden because low information black voters (particularly in the south, and particularly black women) really like him (for reasons not necessary to discuss here).

    They have a major impact on important primary states.

    Getting their attention–and getting them to change their mind about Biden–will be a _big_ challenge for the Democrats.

    The best bet is always massive media coverage of big shiny objects….

    I am not even sure it will work.

  152. @J. Gutierrez

    If by invasion you mean Crimea, sorry to disappoint, but several Western sources quite reluctantly confirmed the results of Crimean referendum of 2014:
    German polling company GFK

    If you support the separation of Kosovo from Serbia without Serbian consent, you cannot argue against separation of Crimea from Ukraine without the consent of Kiev regime.

    On the other hand, if you believe that post-WWII borders are sacrosanct, than Crimea belongs to Russia (illegally even by loose Soviet standards transferred to Ukraine by Khrushchev in 1956), Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, and Soviet Union should be restored, and Germany should be re-divided.

    • Agree: Robjil
    • Replies: @anon
  153. anon[113] • Disclaimer says:

    LOL. Señor Guttierez is recalling how “little green men” took over the gov’t. building*** and forced the Crimean parliament to vote for allowing the referendum. So in his esteemed opinion, the citizens of Crimea should never have been allowed to vote [what was it, 90% in favor?] on secediing from the Ukraine and then appealing to Russia for restoration.

    ***Quite correct that the building was secured from assault by Azov Battalion bullies and правый сектор vandals, as happened in Kiev and Odessa.

    • Replies: @AnonFromTN
  154. @anon

    Yea, and if we go deeper in history, Crimeans never wanted to be in Ukraine without broad special rights. Crimea had a referendum on 20 January 1991 (before the USSR was dissolved) where 94% of the voters supported the Crimean Autonomous Republic. Then there was a referendum in 1994, where >78% voted for greater autonomy, almost 83% voted for the restoration of the Constitution of Republic of Crimea that allowed dual Ukrainian and Russian citizenship, and ~78% voted for making the decrees of the President of Republic of Crimea law. Ukraine illegally abolished Crimean autonomy and the post of Crimean president in 1992. In 2014 the chickens came home to roost. Ukies were furious. As usual, also impotent.

    Even lying Wiki has acknowledges both of these referenda and Ukraine abolishing Crimean autonomy (;;

    BTW, we all know what happened in Odessa: banderites burned people alive. Under current Kiev “government”, not a single banderite murderer is in jail, but quite a few people on anti-banderite side who escaped the fate of being burned alive are still in jail, five years later. Justice Ukrainian way.

  155. It’s not that Ukraine corrupts people. It’s the other way around: honest people and businesses avoid Ukraine, whereas all sorts of crooks flock there. A recent example: purely American crook Manafort indicted by Mueller practiced his dirty crookery not in Russia, as globohomo would like us to believe, but in Ukraine.

  156. “Prior to the Constitution we had a Central Government that could not get anyone to agree on how to tie their shoes it had no power. ”

    And hence the Supremacy clause in the US Constitution. A strong central authority to act as nation is not a pass to limit the power of the citizen. In the minds of the founders, government was intended to protect freedoms, not infringe them.

    The debate was always centered on the threat of government over reach into the lives of the populace establishing policies such as

    “which faith and practice”

    would be required. The Bill of Rights was intended to make clear those barriers for states and more importantly citizens that could not be broached by the federal government. Limiting the power in writing of the central authority. It would be a mistake to assume that Bill of Rights served as just those rights listed, but instead serve as reference point against government intrusion of a much larger understanding. Even the centrists refer to central authority to empower government to act, not as mechanism of violating the very reasons for the revolution. A powerful authority to protect citizens under the umbrella of national sovereignty.

    And why Pres Lincoln did not make any attempts to free slaves. It was barred by the Constitution as a right. Had the south refrained from acting, not a single slave would have been freed and no attempts by Pres. Lincoln would have been pursued to do so.

    The Civil War absolutely empowered the federal government, But that was the result of the war begun by the South. By attacking Fort Sumter — they invited the question of whether a state could separate by means of war —

    They lost that argument on the basis of war. Frankly, I think it’s a very interesting question. Can a state, can a person declare their independence from the the union established. Individual can, how the state goes about do so is a very interesting debate. And who decides. The southern states to my knowledge did not hold state votes or debates among citizens first. How many votes in the state constitute enough to launch separation is unresolved. The matter of how citizens that don’t seek separation can be told they are no longer protected by the Constitution or vice versa. There’s no easy way to define the parameters by which I get to tell another citizen they are no longer US citizens.

    But by choosing war — the south made moot that discussion, at least for the time being. And in doing so they created circumstances to vastly increase government authority. And the country was sensitivity to southern concerns as they not only permitted continued discrimination barring blacks especially the country’s states adopted similar policies. And that has exacerbated the mess we are dealing with today. Not because blacks don’t deserve citizenship, but we as a nation chose to define citizenship on something as benign as skin color (generally speaking).

  157. @Robjil


    Thank you, I just remembered the personnel carriers rolling in and taking control. I have already heard it from a couple of commentators and if they read this, it wasn’t done intentionally or with malice. It’s always a pleasure relieving a message from you my brother. Have you been keeping up with the news in Mexico? AMLO is working hard and countries like Argentina and Peru are watching him closely.

    Take care brother,


    • Replies: @NoseytheDuke
    , @anon
  158. @9/11 Inside job

    CIA or Clintonites same thing. If they serve the “deep State they are part of it as well. I don’t think you can draw a clear line between the intelligence agencies, the various think tanks, organised crime from child trafficking to drugs and major arms dealing, powerful families on both sides of the law etc. They may have a few competing power centres and Clintons obviously serve one whilst Trump is also hardly alone. I’m not sure what sort of clout Trump’s backers have compared to the ones who would appear to control the CIA but it wouldn’t surprise me to find cells for both within its ranks.

    I do not doubt the 2020 candidate will be Clinton and never did. Even if they have to stuff her full of straw and put a stick up her arse to keep her upright and wheels to move her more naturally than carrying her would be anyway. Just because she dies even she can be rigged to wave and move her mouth and head a bit. A bit of technology will provide sound and voila she will be better in 2020 dead than she was barely alive and stumbling in 2016. I have simply not doubted she’s the candidate for a moment and as it seems more likely just feel amused as it unfolds. Even when she lost in 2016 I knew she’d run again and nothing that has happened since has changed my mind.

    The Ukraine thing will end Biden’s run and Lizzie has already had a meeting where she has been informed of how things stand. She seems to be playing along without a peep and she has no odd bruises or limp or anything like Bernie did when he was first informed of how things would be in 2015. He also sings in tune these days. Hillary can distance herself from the fallout somewhat if impeachment fails so I don’t expect to see too much of her on the issue, just singing along in the choir. She won’t lead the charge or even be seen to be in the leadership of the campaign for it but saving the party from the ashes of its failure instead.

  159. @ploni almoni

    9/11 as an “inside job” is really the outer layer of the onion. Inside but still a group of ‘insiders’ really and using the apparatus of state to nefarious ends. The fact those ‘insiders’ were all loyal too and often dual citizens of “Israel” really makes it mainly an Israeli job. However not even the whole Zionist apparatus and government really did this,s but once again ‘insiders’ again. As you know brother there are many layers of the onion before you realise the full extent of interconnects between intelligence agencies and the true ‘masters of the universe’ so to speak. I remember when I spoke of some nebulous “Them” all the time when referring to unseen yet sensed layers of power beyond sight. Now I know many layers of the realms of earthly power but still don’t know what may be beyond them even or if anything is.

  160. eah says:


  161. @J. Gutierrez

    There was no need to bring any troops in as there were 17000 there already by legal agreement. They were actually entitled to have 25000 stationed there but had far less. The Russian presence meant that the kind of bloodbaths that occurred in Odessa and elsewhere was prevented and as far as I know there was no loss of life. The results of the referendum were overwhelming and apart from some minor attempts at mischief by Kiev, the transition appears to have gone very smoothly.

    It is our Western media who have twisted everything to create the impression of Russian aggression. It is high time that social media was used to thoroughly discredit the lying media. I had a spirited discussion with an acquaintance recently who quoted the media repots and I cut him off at the knees by repeating just a few of the many lies, Saddam’s WMD’s, 19 muslims with boxcutters etc.

    • Agree: Robjil, AnonFromTN
    • Replies: @J. Gutierrez
  162. annamaria says:

    “Maverick” Kolomoysky is a Zionist, Jewish supremacist, unhinged Putin-hater- in the mold of Khodorkovsky . A couple of Rothschild stooges installed to loot Ukraine and Russia respectively.

    The “maverick’ is conducting himself in perfect, parallel alignment with the “Democrats, Liberals, Internationals, financiers, Masters of Discourse or Deep State”, (i.e. the Clintonites) that hate Putin’s guts, and would like to see him dead.

    In fact, there are deep ties between Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, and the ‘Maverick’.”

    — Spot on.

  163. annamaria says:
    @Israel Shamir

    “‘Mr Kolomoysky is the only one Ukr oligarch who is against IMF ”

    — Mr. Kolomoysky is a Jewish oligarch who has been openly financing the self-proclaimed Ukrainian neo-nazis (Banderites) while “appropriating” (stealing) billions of IMF money that was allotted for the state of Ukraine. He is a master of murder-on-order and, coincidentally, a pillar of the Jewish Community of Ukraine.

    Kolomoysky should have been imprisoned a long time ago for his many crimes. Instead, he enjoys a luxurious living in the Jewish State. Guess, the arming of Ukrainian neo-Nazi by the Jewish State resonated with Kolomojsky being a financier of the same neo-Nazi. So much for holobiz waling by the ADL thugs.

    Poland’s response to holobiz extortions:

  164. anon[113] • Disclaimer says:
    @J. Gutierrez

    ….it wasn’t done intentionally or with malice.

    I supose we *have to take your word for it (*not necssarily), so that leaves general dupedom. You love to chide USians for their lack of agency, urge us to radical -perhaps even violent – action, mock the public’s lack of wokeness. But here you are, parroting the Deep (and shallow) State meme.

    Maybe you think we should let this go. Must I point out, you come on here like a royal FKA (fuckin’ know it all), in a ‘down home’ rambling way, but nonetheless arrogant. As for excusing yourself to Robjil, I don’t care what you ‘remember’ from the MSM tele-psyop production. Aren’t you so hip to it all? Nope. Just another Average Jose in the matrix. A little humility, please.

    • Replies: @AnonFromTN
    , @J. Gutierrez
  165. @anon

    Humility is a good advice. But what makes you think this person is a “Jose”? Penname? In reality, s/he (the gender cannot be determined, either) could be John, George, Jane, Mary, Marie, Jacques, Alexander, or anything else of any age. Deep State hires all sorts of people to push the “official” lies.

    • Replies: @anon
  166. anon[113] • Disclaimer says:

    Yes, exactly. Isn’t the internet fun?!

    • Replies: @AnonFromTN
  167. @anon

    Yea, very exciting, almost like a minefield. Look on the bright side, though: everything is virtual. Except total surveillance: this is real.

    • Replies: @anon
  168. anon[113] • Disclaimer says:

    At the risk of being harangued by the ususal Nazi fan club who may rush to defend Parubiy, here’s some news and a little background video.

    Bryan MacDonald Retweeted Jonathan Brunson

    The former speaker of Ukraine’s parliament, Andrey Parubiy, who has been feted in Washington, and other Western capitals, despite founding the Neo-Nazi Social-National Party of Ukraine, is being investigated for organising the murder of 50 people in Odessa in 2014.

    Jonathan Brunson Retweeted Андрій Парубій

    Ukrainian state investigations bureau opens criminal proceedings against Maidan commander and self-proclaimed slavic aryan Andriy Parubiy – for organizing the 2014 attack on pro-Russian activists during Odesa riots, by which 50 of them died while trapped in a burning building

    Watch [Max Blumenthal] ask Joe Biden’s top Eastern Europe advisor, Michael Carpenter, why he was shepherding Parubiy around Capitol Hill despite this ugly history:

    • Replies: @AnonFromTN
  169. @anon

    Parubiy was the most fitting speaker of Ukrainian parliament. One, he cannot pronounce half of the sounds in Ukrainian (or any other language, for that matter). Second, he is a card-carrying Nazi. Third, he has a medical document attesting to his mental retardation. Speaker fits the parliament. Parliament fits the country. As the saying goes, every nation has the government it deserves.

  170. @anon

    Anon #113

    I suppose we *have to take your word for it (*not necssarily), so that leaves general dupedom.

    No you don’t Anon…you don’t have to believe anything I say…but one thing is for sure, I have no reason to lie to you or anyone else! I fucked up, Robjil is someone I have shared information with on this site, and his response to my comment was one of sharing correct information with me (letting me know I was misinformed in a decent way).

    So, I took that opportunity to include in my message previous interaction on this article, with other commentators. I expected you and AnonTN to read my response and take it for what it was. My acknowledgement of being wrong, with that said.

    Maybe you think we should let this go.

    I want to make something clear to you both…if you can’t accept that, that’s all I have for you…

    Must I point out, you come on here like a royal FKA (fuckin’ know it all), in a ‘down home’ rambling way, but nonetheless arrogant.

    I see you have read my previous posts and know I’m a fucking beast when I read about bullies, racists and just dumb motherfuckers! There is a world of difference between being wrong, misinformed and being a dumb motherfucker, I think we can both agree to that, right. You can fix being wrong or misinformed, but you can’t fix being a dumb motherfucker! Are you understanding what I’m trying to say to you?

    You love to chide USians for their lack of agency, urge us to radical -perhaps even violent – action, mock the public’s lack of wokeness.

    I call like I see it, I lived in the US 55 years and have seen it all! When I saw the Oklahoma City bombing and those bloody bodies of babies being pulled out while ATF agents were standing outside knowing they would have been in that building, if not for the call they received that morning telling them not to show up for work that day…if you like to watch your wife fucked by other men its call being “cockold”…those motherfuckers are worse than that…those were babies…

    Just another Average Jose in the matrix. A little humility, please.

    If you have read my previous posts, and I’m sure you have, you should know that this sentence makes no sense at all. I do not live in the US, and this is about as much humility, as I have given anyone on here, and that is only because I was wrong about something. Accept this for what it’s worth, because I don’t like it when my other personality takes over my keyboard. Can you feel me, brother? You too, anonTN…

    • Replies: @Robjil
  171. @NoseytheDuke


    Thank you for sharing your insight on the event, just as Robjil shared his. But I find myself in a situation with 2 anons trying to drown me in my uninformed comment! Like vultures they wait to spot something that they can use to eat away at your person. But all I have is Mexican Chorizo, so they can start there! LOL

    Take care Nosey!!!!

  172. Robjil says:
    @J. Gutierrez

    There is even something fishy about the Oklahoma bombing. We live in a Zion Age of Faith world. There are many holes in the Oklahoma incident.

    There are many other links between OKC and 9/11. For example, the alleged hijackers visited the OKC area many times and even stayed in the same motel that was frequented by McVeigh and Nichols. After both the OKC bombing and 9/11, building monitoring videos went missing, FBI harassment of witnesses was seen, and officials ignored evidence that did not support the political story. Additionally, numerous oddities link the OKC area to al Qaeda. In 2002, OKC resident Nick Berg was interrogated by the FBI for lending his laptop and internet password to alleged “20th hijacker” Zacarias Moussoui. Two years after this interrogation, Berg was became world famous as a victim of beheading in Iraq. Investigators looking for clues about these connections will be particularly interested in two airports in OKC, the president of the University of Oklahoma, and the CIA leader who both monitored the alleged hijackers in Germany and was hired at the university just before 9/11.l

    Mad Albright’s thoughts about children in 1996, a year after 1995 bombing.

    Lesley Stahl on U.S. sanctions against Iraq: We have heard that a half million children have died. I mean, that’s more children than died in Hiroshima. And, you know, is the price worth it?

    Secretary of State Madeleine Albright: I think this is a very hard choice, but the price–we think the price is worth it.

    —60 Minutes (5/12/96)

  173. Anonymous[160] • Disclaimer says:
    @Sean McBride

    Why didn’t VP Joe Biden tell his son Hunter that his deals with Ukraine and China smacked of nepotism and corruption?

    Why did not Obama do the same?

    • Replies: @Justvisiting
  174. Herald says:
    @Sean McBride

    Is there anyone who isn’t a member of the controlled opposition? How would you know?

    You could never know for sure. You can make a decision for yourself based upon probability. That’s as good as it gets.

  175. @Anonymous

    This video is worth a watch:

    The Democrats and mass media is lying–Joe is Quid Pro Joe–game, set, match.

  176. Alisia says: • Website

    Biden’s work in Ukraine: What all people know and Don’t apprehend
    WASHINGTON — President Trump is making an attempt to deflect attention from a firestorm of dispute round revelations that he ironed Ukraine’s chief to analyze a home political rival, former vp Joseph R. Biden Jr.

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