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Henry Kissinger, 97, Henry the K. for those he keeps close, is either a Delphic oracle-style strategic thinker or a certified war criminal for those kept not so close.

He now seems to have been taking time off his usual Divide and Rule stock in trade – advising the combo behind POTUS, a.k.a. Crash Test Dummy – to emit some realpolitik pearls of wisdom.

At a recent forum in Arizona, referring to the festering, larger than life Sino-American clash, Henry the K. said, “It’s the biggest problem for America; it’s the biggest problem for the world. Because if we can’t solve that, then the risk is that all over the world a kind of cold war will develop between China and the United States.”

In realpolitik terms, this “kind of Cold War” is already on; across the Beltway, China is unanimously regarded as the premier US national security threat.

Kissinger added US policy toward China must be a mix of stressing US “principles” to demand China’s respect and dialogue to find areas of cooperation: “I’m not saying that diplomacy will always lead to beneficial results…This is the complex task we have… Nobody has succeeded in doing it completely.”

Henry the K. actually must have lost the – diplomatic – plot. What Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov are now involved in, full time, is to demonstrate – mostly to the Global South – how the American-enforced “rules-based international order” has absolutely nothing to do with international law and the respect of national sovereignty.

At first I had archived these Henry the K. platitudes out of sight. But then someone who used to hold a stellar position at the top of the US Deep State showed he had been paying close attention.

This personality – let’s call him Mr. S. – has been one of my invaluable, trustworthy sources since the early 2000s. Mutual confidence was always key. I asked him if I could publish selected passages of his analysis, not naming names. Consent was given – ruefully. So fasten your seat belts.

Dancin’ with Mr. S.

Mr. S., in a quite intriguing fashion, seems to be expressing the collective views of a number of extremely qualified people. Right from the start, he points out how Henry the K.’s observations explain today’s Russia-China-Iran triangle.

The first point that we make is that it was not Kissinger who created policy for Nixon, but the Deep State. Kissinger was just a messenger boy. In the 1972 situation the Deep State wanted to get out of Vietnam, which policy was put in place as containment of communist China and Russia. We were there based on the domino theory.

He goes on:

The Deep State wanted to achieve a number of objectives in approaching Chairman Mao, who was antagonized by Russia. It wanted to ally in 1972 with China against Russia. That made Vietnam meaningless, for China would become the containing party of Russia and Vietnam no longer meant anything. We wanted to balance China against Russia. Now, China was not a major power in 1972 but it could drain Russia, forcing it to place 400,000 troops on their border. And our Deep State policy worked. We in the Deep State had thought it through, and not Kissinger. 400,000 troops on the Chinese border was a drain on their budget, as later Afghanistan became with over 100,000 troops, and the Warsaw Pact had another 600,000 troops.

And that brings us into Afghanistan:

The Deep State wanted to start a Vietnam for Russia in Afghanistan in 1979. I was among those against it, as this would needlessly use the Afghani people as cannon fodder and that was unfair. I was overruled. Here Brzezinski was playing Kissinger; another overrated nothing who just carried messages.

The Deep State also decided to crash the oil price, as that would economically weaken Russia. And that worked in 1985, driving the price to eight dollars a barrel, which ate up half the Russian budget. Then, we basically gave permission for Saddam Hussein to invade Kuwait as a ploy to send in our advanced army to knock him out and demonstrate our superiority to the world in weaponry, which very much demoralized the Russians and put the fear of God into Islamic oil. Then we created the Star Wars fiction. Russia to our surprise lost their nerve and collapsed.

Mr. S. defines all of the above as “wonderful” in his opinion, as “communism went out and Christianity came in”:

We then wanted to welcome Russia into the community of Christian nations, but the Deep State wanted to dismember them. That was stupid, as they would balance against China at least from their Mackinder point of view. It was naive on my part to hope to a return of Christianity, as the West was moving rapidly toward total moral disintegration.

In the meantime, our ally China continues to grow as we were not finished with the dismemberment of Russia and the advisors we sent to Russia destroyed the whole economy in the 1990s against my objections. The 78-day Belgrade bombing finally woke Russia up and they started a massive re-militarization as it was obvious that the intention was in the end to bomb Moscow into the ground. So defensive missiles became essential. Thus, the S-300, S-400, S-500 and soon S-600s.

The Deep State had been warned by me at our meetings on how bombing Belgrade in 1999 would cause Russia to remilitarize and I lost the argument. Belgrade was bombed for 78 days versus the vengeance bombing of Hitler for two days. And China continues to grow.

Why balance of power doesn’t work

And that bring us to a new era – that started in practice with the Chinese announcement of the New Silk Roads in 2013 and Maidan in Kiev in 2014:

China wakes up to all of this in that they begin to realize that they have been just used, and that the US fleet controls their trade routes, and decides to approach Russia in 2014 just about the time of their witnessing the Maidan overthrow of Ukraine. This overthrow was organized by the Deep State when they started to understand that they had lost the arms race, and did not even know what was happening.

The Deep State wanted to draw Russia into a Vietnam again in the Ukraine to drain them and crash the oil price again, which they did. Beijing studied this and saw the light. If Russia is overthrown, the West will control all their natural resources, which they see themselves needing as they grew into a giant economy larger than the US. And Beijing starts to open up a warm relationship with Moscow seeking to obtain land based natural resources as oil and natural gas from Russia to avoid the seas for natural resources as much as they can. In the meantime, Beijing massively accelerates its building of submarines carrying missiles capable of destroying the US fleets.

So where does Kissinger in Arizona fit in?

Now, Kissinger reflects the Deep State angst on the Russia-Chinese relationship and wants this split up for dear life. This is interestingly covered here by Kissinger. He does not want to tell the truth about balance of power realities. He describes them as “our values”, when the US has no values left but anarchy, looting, and burning down hundreds of cities. Biden hopes to buy all these disenfranchised masses as money printing goes wild.

So we are back to Kissinger shocked at the new Russian-Chinese alliance. They must be separated.

ORDER IT NOW

Now, I do not agree with the balance of power intriguers in that morality or noble values should govern international relations, and not power. The US has been following balance of power dreams since 1900 and now it faces economic ruin. These ideas do not work. There is no reason the US cannot be a friend of Russia and China and the differences can be worked out. But you cannot get to first base as balance of power considerations dominate everything. That is the tragedy of our time.

(Republished from The Vineyard of the Saker by permission of author or representative)
 
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  1. Antiwar7 says:

    the whole article is very interesting, but I had a question: how can Mr. S. have been at “the top” of the US Deep State, and also state: “We then wanted to welcome Russia into the community of Christian nations, but the Deep State wanted to dismember them”? Was he in the Deep State, or not? Because he stated “the Deep State”, not a faction within the Deep State.

    A minor quibble, to be sure, but I was curious about it.

    • Replies: @Carlo
    , @alwayswrite
    , @Leo Den
  2. This article is simple plain TRUTH.

    • Disagree: Arthur MacBride
    • Replies: @Morton's toes
    , @chris
  3. Jake says:

    I can have no idea if Mr. S actually exists, but the quotes attributed to Mr. S strike me as being those of a realist who was on the fringes of what the US Deep State was doing back to the end of the Vietnam War.

    The Brit WASP Deep State ravaged the vast majority of the natives of the British Isles for centuries.

    And that requires an aside:

    Before the Tudor Revolution/Protestant Reformation, the Elites of the English were focused on slugging each other into submission. They tended to leave English peasants, yeoman farmers, and small shop keepers and craftsmen alone. But the Tudors and then the Reformation changed all that, giving rise to Brit WASP Elites (nouveau riche commoners as well as hereditary nobles) who began preying directly upon the English poor, just not as much as they preyed upon the Irish, the Scots, and the Welsh.

    And when the Brit WASP Elites could no longer squeeze immense wealth from the colonies, the British Empire was ready to topple. But the US saved it in World War 1. Claiming to act to make the world safe for democracy and to end empires and the wars empires cause, the Yank WASP Elite took the third big step into becoming the Global WASP Empire Part 2.

    The American Deep State, the Deep State of Yank Anglo-Zionism (which is a different flavor from Brit Anglo-Zionism, but at least as philo-Semitic) has never rested an hour since then, scheming to rule every corner of the globe, and, at best, unconcerned with how it is driving the American Middle Class toward near extinction.

    The Deep State of the Anglo-Zionist Empire is evil. It loves war as much as it loves money and raw power.

    • Thanks: Sarah
    • Troll: Richard B
    • Replies: @The Soft Parade
  4. Vojkan says:

    Mr. S.’s true identity is Captain Obvious.

    • LOL: Biff
  5. Clearly there is no coherence or logic to US foreign policy even from its own warped viewpoint. If they really regard China as the number one adversary then they should be courting Russia, that is, doing what the Nixon administration did with China to help contain the USSR.

    One can only surmise that it’s the Zionist faction that is pushing for hostility towards Russia because of Russia interfering with Israel’s Mid-East plans, so the Zionist faction with its regional interests is undermining the efforts of the deep state elements more interested in world hegemony.

  6. The peoples of the world can get along with each other.

    It’s the governments that start all the trouble and drag their economies and populations into a death march.

    Those that can’t see anarchism as a goal, probably never to be entirely reached, haven’t the imagination to even consider it. That’s a real shame.

  7. Carlo says:
    @Antiwar7

    Like in almost any group, there are always factions and opposing interests. It seems “Mr. S” belongs/ed to a paleo-conservative, Christian faction in the Deep State, which still had some influence in Reagan presidency, but lost it completely under Clinton and Bush II. Considering that his faction is almost completely ejected from power (Trump made a feeble effort to bring it back, with no success),we understand that he is willing to speak.

    • Agree: Boomthorkell
    • Replies: @Easy Pete
  8. TG says:

    An interesting article. Here is perhaps another angle.

    The rich wanted to move US industries to China not so much to counterbalance Russia, but because they stood to make so much money out of all that lovely cheap labor. And they did, and they do. For now…

    One notes that “Kissinger Associates” got a lot of money from China, and Kissinger duly wrote op-eds about how wonderful it would be for the US to move all of its industries to China. Messenger-boy, or whore?

    US elites thought that China would be a nice docile colonial source of cheap labor, like Mexico or Indonesia. The Chinese elites had other ideas, and are now very much rivals for power. Oopsie!

    The elites moved to loot Russia not so much to destroy it, I think, as to just frickin’ LOOT it. They are angry at Russia in large part, I think, because Russia refused to be looted. How dare they? Does Putin have any idea just how much profit he snatched out from under the hands of the US elites? (answer: of course he does).

    Balance of power and arrogant ultimately stupid deep-state strategy stuff? Sure. But don’t count out raw naked short-term greed.

  9. Mikael_ says:

    It was naive on my part to hope to a return of Christianity, as the West was moving rapidly toward total moral disintegration.

    Hmm, isn’t something obvious gone missing here…
    What about the implied moral disintegration of “the top of the US Deep State”, and the position Pepe’s source had within it?

    But still an interesting viewpoint.

  10. El Dato says:

    Some weird things here:

    Here Brzezinski was playing Kissinger; another overrated nothing who just carried messages.

    Good plans are not made by committee. A “Deep State” plan comes from SOMEONE, not an anonymous assembly of pipe-smoking extras from the X-Files. If not Brzezinski, then who?

    Then, we basically gave permission for Saddam Hussein to invade Kuwait … Then we created the Star Wars fiction. Russia to our surprise lost their nerve and collapsed.

    “Star Wars” was put out to the MSM about 7 years before Gulf War 1, namely under Reagan, in 1983. In fact, a good chunk of the money allocated for “Star Wars” was actually spend on practical & feasible technology that was used in Gulf War 1. One may note that “missile defense” is still a pipe dream 40 years later.

    It is also my contention that the Soviet Union collapsed because it was shown as an inept assembly of loser bureaucrats through the Chernobyl disaster. Utter confusion and inability to provide truthful safety information to the population causes people to become restive.

    • Replies: @utu
    , @profnasty
    , @frontier
  11. Aedib says:

    Veritatis Splendor

  12. Why do people keep talking about s300,400,500 etc???

    They ain’t wonder weapons,they certainly haven’t worked well in Syria,they’re more propaganda than functional

    I read an excellent analysts from Sweden who deconstructed this whole A2/AD BS, you can find out more on the website Romeo Squared by Anders Puck Nielson,he’s actually what’s called a proper analyst,as opposed to a pro kremlin shill

    • Replies: @Carlo
    , @FB
    , @Tor597
    , @Theone
  13. @Antiwar7

    Mr S sounds like Smoking man from the X files

    In other words more Pepe Escbar, walter mitty blather

    There is no special relationship, Alliance between China and Russia,and even if there was who the hell wouod want to be ruled by such an ungodly combination

    • Replies: @Iris
    , @Theone
  14. @Zarathustra

    This article is sourced to an anonymous confidential highly placed voice.

    In other words it is not factual; it most definitely ain’t TRUTH; it is speculation; and it is very likely propaganda.

    I am very skeptical that anybody but Kissinger’s urologist and cardiologist pay attention to that freak. On his best days he was an errand boy for a dead Rockefeller. Those days are past.

    • Replies: @FB
    , @Mary Marianne
  15. Carlo says:
    @alwayswrite

    Wonder weapons really don’t exist anywhere, nor in the US, nor in China, nor in Russia. But this country surely have the best air defence in the world: it is multi-layered, from long-range systems like the S-300/400/500 to medium range like S-350 and Buk to short range/point defence like Tor-M2 and Pantsir. Then all these systems are integrated into a network that also include figthers (Su-35S, Su-30SM, soon the Su-57), interceptors (MiG-31BM) and AWACs (A-50U, soon the A-100). All this makes an almost impenetrable airspace even to stealth aircraft. Syria, of course, has nothing of the sort, their only modern AD is an isolated S-300 battery that the Russians sent them some years ago, and a few short range Pantsir.

    • Replies: @Aedib
    , @alwayswrite
  16. What a steaming load of horseshit!

  17. If not Brzezinski or Kissinger, then who were the brains behind the Deep State? I don’t believe that a Rockefeller or Rothschild were personally planning US foreign policy moves.

  18. Aedib says:
    @Carlo

    I don’t think Russia has an impenetrable airspace. But certainly, entering in the Russian airspace is a risky business even for a B-2.

    • Replies: @Carlo
  19. US navy is in Asia, Chinese navy is not in America.

    US just needs to remove its military from Asia.

    And US should remove all military from the Middle East. So pointless… except for the machinations of the Tribe and the toy soldier antics of the military class.

    • Replies: @Sarah
  20. If Mr. S is a real person, I wonder how the Deep State works.

    I at least know where Mr K fits in the universe as a whole:

    1 – Kissinger is a 33rd degree Mason of the Italian P1 Lodge.

    2- In the US, free masonry in power circles is mostly based on the Scottish Rites that used to be led by Albert Pike – remember the Statue that just fell on the Capitol ground last year?

    i.e they believe in MORALS and DOGMA by ALBERT PIKE

    https://resist.com/Onlinebooks/Pike-MoralsAndDogma.pdf

    The US killings around the world is all based on the MORALS and DOGMA doctrines.

    Quote:
    “LUCIFER, the Light-bearer! Strange and mysterious name to give to the Spirit of Darknesss! Lucifer, the Son of the Morning! Is it he who bears the Light, and with its splendors intolerable blinds feeble,sensual or selfish Souls ? Doubt it or NOT!

    You can get a copy of Morals and Dogma from any free masonic library in the South. Albert Pike was the Founder of the Ku Klux Klan, Civil War Confederate General, Sovereign Grand Commander of the freemasonic Southern Jurisdiction.

    So, how can Mr S mingle with such people?

    Does that mean that the Luciferians in the Deep State tolerate morally sound realists?

  21. What can you say but ‘Only the good die young’.

  22. @The_seventh_shape

    The Zionazis hate everybody, the Russians, the Chinese and their American puppets. It is their existential fuel. No hatred, no Judaism, no Talmud, no Zionazism. Just a pack of Jews, liberated from the ghettos of their minds at last.

    • LOL: 36 ulster
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  23. utu says:
    @El Dato

    Mr. S is third rate con-fabulist who is too lazy to check wiki to get his chronology right. If Mr. S really existed Pepe would ask him to outline the structure and composition of what he calls the Deep State.

    • Agree: 36 ulster
  24. @Carlo

    Mathias Rust!!!

    Remember him?

    Well he was a west German teenager who flew his Cessna light aircraft straight through Soviet airspace and landed slap bang in the middle of the evil empire in Red Square 😂😂😂😂

    Oh and wasn’t that system supposed to be also impenetrable!!!!

    How embarrassing for the Soviets,no wonder those communist clowns lost the cold war

    All the stuff you’ve mentioned is old fashioned legacy junk,its the equivalent of the Maginot Line,besides which you can’t defend the largest country in the world with a hundred Pantisar,impossible

    As for the other stuff you’ve mentioned,well if you’d read the source I’ve given you’d understand why it wont work,and they’ll be huge gaps in Russian air defence into which weapons will go through and degrade Russian military,if it comes to that,unfortunately you get to many small boys with a fantasy fixation about these things,as opposed to the actual reality of Russia current capacity

    All the west/ NATO has to do is wait,and time will destroy the Putin regime,as Russia is a totally bent criminal and hysterical entity,its economy is still dependent upon exporting raw materials,which other countries basically add value to,Russia is incapable of doing so and under Putin the rot of Russian economy will continue,unfortunately it seems too many people listen to the saker or Escobar and don’t bother looking at the real facts about Russia, so basically Russia simply can’t win another arms race its doesn’t have the industrial capacity,and its own MIC,military industrial complex,is horrendous with corruption and inefficient stupidity

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    • Troll: Sarah
  25. Carlo says:
    @Aedib

    Not all in its entirety, of course, considering how huge it is. But heavily defended areas are, where the most important things are (industrial centers, communication and transportation nodes, most important military bases especially those hosting strategic nuclear weapons).

  26. Carlo says:
    @alwayswrite

    This was in the 80’s. But the thing iis (even Wikipedia article talks about this): he was detected during his flight path by many PVO (air defence forces) units, but after the terrible shooting down of KAL007 in 1983, authorization for shooting down intruders had to come directly from the HQ in Moscow.
    Also, if you had any idea about these matters (I am not a specialist and have just a superficial knowledge about it, but it seems from you comments that you are simply clueless), light, low and slow flying aircraft are precisely the most difficult to track and intercept.

    • Agree: Aedib
    • Replies: @alwayswrite
    , @Easy Pete
  27. Aedib says:
    @alwayswrite

    Mathias Rust vs World Trade Center 09/11/2001.

    I always will choose Mathias Rust. The second option is too humiliating.

    • Replies: @alwayswrite
  28. @Carlo

    Well you have light slow and cheap things now called drones

    Smaller and lighter than a Cessna,and very deadly,and they’re just one method of getting at your valuable military assets,as they found out recently in the little war between Armenia and Azerbaijan,oh plus the same Turkish drones took a chunk out of Assads forces also,plus they also blew to bits those precious Pantisar things which silly people think are invincible,which they’re obviously not

    There’s a paradigm shift taking place in military technology and tactics and those big missiles are likely to be bypassed just like dreadnoughts or that Maginot line thing

    As for Rust the thing is the Soviet air defence system failed, so did the recent shoot down of the Ukrainian airliner by the Iranians,so did the Saudi defence system when attacked by drones remember against they’re oil infrastructure!

    The fact is Russia has placed its efforts into trying to stop ‘ shock and awe’ unfortunately they’re fighting yesterday’s conflict,the future ‘ shock and awe’ will not come in the same way,ie waves of manned combat aircraft,it’ll be a war of AI,plus hacking,drone swarms, spoofing and ECM mass combinations and will probably give the first mover the total advantage,one in which the Russian will find difficult to defend,especially since a new arms race will be using cutting edge technology of the 4th industrial revolution which Russia simply doesn’t lead in,and because their industrial base and industrial competitiveness is so much lower than that of the west and NATO it’s difficult to see much future for the Russian military,its probably reached its high point with its legacy systems and propaganda about hypersonic stuff

    • Replies: @FB
  29. @Aedib

    Are you suggesting big airplanes crashed into the Twin Towers???

    Blimey and i thought the consensus was a controlled demolition!

  30. polistra says: • Website

    A kind of Cold War WILL DEVELOP? Kissinger helped Nixon surrender our entire economy to China. The “war” was over in 1975.

    I’m lethally tired of politicians pretending that a threat “might happen if we aren’t careful”, when the very same politicians created the threat a long time ago and used it to destroy their country.

  31. FB says: • Website
    @alwayswrite

    Anders Puck Nelson has zero credentials in anything having to do with physics or engineering. He is a ‘military linguist’ who speaks Russian and has a degree in ‘educational development.’

    His ‘analysis’ about any kind of aerospace technology is worth about as much as the cat poop you scoop out of your litter box. Probably less.

    • Agree: Dnought
    • Replies: @Jazman
    , @alwayswrite
  32. FB says: • Website
    @Morton's toes

    I am very skeptical that anybody but Kissinger’s urologist and cardiologist pay attention to that freak. On his best days he was an errand boy for a dead Rockefeller. Those days are past.

    This source says as much about Kissinger, and also places Brzezinski in the same ‘errand boy’ category. I think this has the ring of truth. There is no reason to think that the actual shot callers, what he calls here the ‘deep state,’ are interested in being in the public spotlight.

    Who these shot callers actually are right now is anybody’s guess, but I would not doubt that the final say about things like kinetic action or important geopolitical moves, are not actually decided by this Biden-Harris ‘administration, or any previous one for that matter. Trump was quite publicly and visibly overruled on lots of stuff. They even had the gall to come out and admit it in that ‘anonymous’ oped in NYT, calling themselves ‘the steady state.’

    The only question here is whether this guy really is that connected, and whether what he is saying is sincere or misdirection.

  33. Jazman says:
    @FB

    Reminds me of ” expert” called Robert Dalsjo from Sweden

    • Replies: @alwayswrite
  34. @FB

    Ok so the Russians have created something never before achieved

    The perfect air defence system

    Really??????

    • Replies: @Aedib
  35. FB says: • Website
    @alwayswrite

    There’s a paradigm shift taking place in military technology and tactics and those big missiles are likely to be bypassed just like dreadnoughts or that Maginot line thing

    That’s a pretty big statement, especially coming from a guy who has what credentials in military aviation, physics or engineering?

    The fact is Russia has placed its efforts into trying to stop ‘ shock and awe’ unfortunately they’re fighting yesterday’s conflict,the future ‘ shock and awe’ will not come in the same way,ie waves of manned combat aircraft,it’ll be a war of AI,plus hacking,drone swarms, spoofing and ECM mass combinations…

    I suppose some clown probably wrote something along these lines on some internet forum, or maybe that brilliant military ‘analyst’ David Axe, who holds no actual military, aviation nor engineering credentials: his wikipedia entry:

    David Axe is an American military correspondent, blogger, and graphic novelist. Axe founded the website War is Boring in 2007 as a webcomic, and later developed it into a news blog.

    Look, you’re yapping a lot of nonsense. Russia is decades ahead of the US in advanced missile and space technologies. Part of the reason is that they graduate twice as many engineers—while US cranks out ‘graphic novelists’ and ‘webcomics’…

    • Agree: HeebHunter, Theophrastus
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    , @CanSpeccy
  36. anon[198] • Disclaimer says:
    @RoatanBill

    The peoples of the world can get along with each other.

    Except for the Jews. They must rule over everyone because, they are The Chosen. God told them so.

    Zios will never forgive Putin for seizing oil from their oligarchs, just like they’ll never forgive Venezuela, Iran…no one takes money from the Jews and gets away with it.

    And Zios will not allow China to control their own banks and financial system, now that in their mind they’ve helped turn it into a gold mine. (((Wall Street))) must have it all.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  37. @anon

    From my life long experience and being raised in New York City, I think there are 4 types of jews. There are Zionist jews, power hungry jews, religious jews and jews in name only.

    The Zionist jews are political animals and infest governments.
    The power hungry jews are the heads of corporations.

    There’s overlap between these and they stick together to further their and their like minded travelers interests, mostly other jews in the same category.

    The first two cause all the problems. The last two are relatively normal folks just trying to get by in life. To paint all of them with the same brush just isn’t fair to the many who work for a living and are just as put upon by the establishment power structure as the rest of us. That’s not to say that small business jews don’t look out for their tribe, because they do. But that’s just like the Italians, Irish, etc preferring their respective tribe.

    Just by conflating ‘Zios’ and ‘jews’ in your reply says you can’t or don’t want to distinguish between them. Would it be fair to you if everyone said you’re just like Hitler, Stalin, and all the white serial killers just because (I assume) you’re white?

  38. @Morton's toes

    In other words it is not factual; it most definitely ain’t TRUTH;

    I wouldn’t say that it *definitely* ain’t TRUTH or factual; we don’t know that until the statements are debunked with evidence; but I do agree that people should be wary of so-called “anonymous” sources, which is why I’d treat this article as an opinion piece instead.

  39. Hi”Some clown”

    Strange thing to write,it’s already happening,so no clowns just new facts on the ground

    I love your graphic

    No data for India or China though, but what is it all those fabulous Russian engineers do ?????

    I look around my home and i don’t see evidence of all that engineering excellence from Russia

    my furniture isn’t Russian
    my car isn’t Russian
    my household appliances aren’t Russian
    my tools aren’t Russian

    Basically nothing i own,or have ever owned is Russian!

    So what is it exactly they do with all those engineers???

    Make hypersonic wizbangs!!

    Or maybe they steal money from their new pet project,the cosmodrone money pit

    I don’t see Russian stuff on Mars either,although the Chinese engineers have managed it,didn’t the Soviet attempts to launch Mars stuff,but failed,twice!

    they must work for the state,in the security services,spy and hack, in the Russian MIC,or in all those extractive industries like oil and minerals which still represent the top ten exports from Russia

    Basically Russia is a niche supplier of certain technology,nuclear,turbines stuff like that,but remains very weak on many area’s of technology and is still highly dependent upon imports from other countries

    So Russia can produce as many engineers as it wants,from its declining and disastrous demographic,but it is still not a globally competitive economy,Putin has failed,and he’ll accelerate this failure going forwards and don’t think China will help as they’re basically stealing Russian military tech,one of the few remaining area’s of excellence for Russian engineering

    My advice to all those engineers,emigrate!

    • Replies: @GMC
    , @anonymous
    , @Theone
    , @FB
  40. @Jazman

    great video, I loved the part about Russian missiles going overboard in the English channel,that did make me laugh

    No wonder the Chinese are stealing Russian military tech,looks like the inscrutable Chinese will have the last laugh

    Putin really is dumb, he’s basically signed Russian independence to the Chinese,it’ll happen folks,it’ll take time but it will happen

  41. @alwayswrite

    The viler the racist, the dumber it is.

  42. @RoatanBill

    The fundamentalist Talmudic Jews are a very great problem indeed. They believe that Jews are a different, higher, species than the goyim. They believe that killing goyim, or refusing to help them when in mortal peril, are not just acceptable, but mitzvot. Alone in their yeshivas, giving themselves brain damage from ceaseless head-nodding, the danger is contained, but when it escapes, it is merciless and genocidal. That is why, as Israel lurches ever further Right and fundamentalist, the Palestinians are in such existential danger.

    • Replies: @Alden
  43. @alwayswrite

    Full of mendacious shite, as ever.

    • Replies: @alwayswrite
  44. Icy Blast says:

    The United States is a “Christian Nation”? It is neither Christian nor a nation.

    • Agree: Thim
  45. Christianity came in? The only “Christianity” that came in was the abomination known as “Christian” Zionism! The same “Christian” Zionism that hates Palestinian Christians…. yeah, that “Christianity”! Because the evil Deep State would never “bring in” true belief on Christ…Noahide won’t allow that!

  46. Tor597 says:
    @The_seventh_shape

    You think the Russians are just going to be used like that again?

    They already got used by America and it nearly ended their country. Why would Russia trust America again when they know that after the China problem is fixed they will just turn on Russia again.

  47. @The_seventh_shape

    In what fantasy do you think Putin would ever attempt to go against China with no provocations?

    USA successfully courted China against the Soviets because Soviets at the time wanted to nuke China. At one point, China had like 1.5 million troops along the China/USSR border.

    There is no way to woo Putin. What USA needs right now is hoping for another Gorbachev/Yetsin kind of dimwit as Putin successor.

    But whose to say it will matter by that time? China is full steam ahead into alternative/nuclear energy and electric vehicles. Oil wouldn’t matter much once China can transform half of their energy needs to non fossil fuels.

    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
  48. Tor597 says:
    @alwayswrite

    The purpose of A2/AD is not to allow you to turtle up and win a defensive war. Russia knows this.

    The purpose of A2/AD is to make it harder for enemies to take out airbases and important infrastructure on a first strike.

    This buys you time to counter attack and take out hostiles.

    So, modern military is all about offense and A2/AD only exists to augment offensive military efforts.

    • Replies: @alwayswrite
  49. US politics is a competition to be the favorite dogs of Jews.

    • Agree: Vojkan
    • Replies: @Marckus
  50. The author would make a lot more sense if he created a clear distinction between the USSR and Russia.

  51. Easy Pete says:
    @Carlo

    No evidence for Trump’s attempt.

  52. Easy Pete says:
    @Carlo

    His airspeed would have been below the stall speed of a loaded fighter, while other characteristics would have allowed Soviet instrument observers to gain sense of what was happening. The first source I read on this said that the air defense operators “wanted to engage” which does not seem credible.

  53. @The_seventh_shape

    It’s not just Israel. It’s also Jews angry that the tsar kept their great-grandaddies on a short leash and then, just when they thought revenge was theirs through their control of the Bolshevik regime, a rustic from the Caucasus named Stalin ousted Trotsky, the Jewish messiah, and later had him ice-axed.

    • Agree: Che Guava
  54. GMC says:
    @alwayswrite

    You are thinking of the definition of an American engineer and it is not the same . I was going to reply when I saw F Bs chart from Forbes, but I came across yours. In Russia, an engineer is a tech guy that works, with their hands and head on most the components in airplanes, trucks, newer advanced Autos, in electronics, etc. These guys went to school and use their computers, tech manuals etc related to their work. There are also architects, structural engineers etc. like the US definition. I worked in Ukraine for a Russian company , so it took me awhile to figure this one out. Another thing, when working for some countries, they want to see a degree from a University, College, Tech school, in order to fatten up your resident work portfolio for the authorities. Ya , I agree with a lot of your comment -lol That was good. spacibo

    • Replies: @FB
  55. @alwayswrite

    And who, pray tell, will win the arms race with its superior technology and industrial capacity? Surely you don’t mean the country of the F-22, F-35, 737-MAX, and Soldier Emma.

    By the way, brush up on your punctuation and your general writing ability. You’ll have to improve quite a ways just to be semiliterate.

    • Replies: @alwayswrite
  56. @Jake

    The pooor catholic church as the backbone of employee Jake’s myth does with much loov nevertheless wish for all protestant brothers and sisters the finest of stakes to be burned upon, brought to them courtesy of the hooly smother of god.

    Has anyone observed a comment ever posted at any time by this rabid altar boy which fails to accuse protestants of every evil under the sun not otherwise approved by his hooly daddy ?

  57. @Tor597

    Russian A2/ AD is basically a sales pitch for their MIC,its one of the few area’s of their niche economy to make money, unfortunately for the Russians, the Chinese can out produce the Russian stuff and sell it cheaper,so basically,in the longer term,another fail for Russia

  58. @Mulga Mumblebrain

    Full of facts,you know those difficult things,which Putin and his regime can’t deal with

    • Replies: @Aaron Hilel
  59. John Hagan says: • Website

    The White House has decided to convene a diplomatic meeting between the major powers to solve the problem of Israel among many others. This is how they imagine it will happen:

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/owy9HmuYWz5Qex516

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/x63bRBDfx2BV6RXD6

  60. anonymous[144] • Disclaimer says:
    @Mulga Mumblebrain

    words more true were never spoken

  61. anonymous[144] • Disclaimer says:
    @alwayswrite

    Very weak stuff. No Shavuot bonus for you.

  62. chris says:
    @Zarathustra

    I completely agree, Zarathustra, the article sounds very realistic.

    US foreign “policy” is like as shapeless and deformed as those morbidly obese people running around in supermarkets on those electrical rollers and filling their shopping carts with doughnuts. Bombs and munitions are the MIC’s doughnuts and muffins. The reason for the formlessness is the fact that this isn’t US foreign policy, but the one dictated to our leaders by our Israeli overlords.

    Pepe’s article makes sense because as can be expected, people in the government apparatus would be (misguidedly) thinking about policy in such logical terms. The fact that they can’t affect the policy is proof that their incentives are shaped by other forces.

    Yeah, understanding things like the fact that China (and certainly Russia) know that: “If Russia is overthrown, the West will control all their natural resources, which they see themselves needing as they grew into a giant economy larger than the US.” can be determined by inspection, by anybody thinking about it (see my previous comments to this effect for other articles). This is the ONLY factor guiding US policy toward Russia. The rest of the narrative is a sham put on in order to hide these true motives.

    A topic left out of the analysis is the balance of power in the ME between Sunni and Shiites. Obviously, it would be seen by any objective observer that this would be in US interest to foster a balance between them. But such policy is not on the table because it interferes directly with Israeli designs on Lebanese territories they wish to amass. How do I know this? Maybe the previous 2 invasions of Lebanon, which were stopped by the Iranian trained Hamas could be seen as an indication? Here too, the rest of the policies and excuses, repeated by various administrations and facebook friends alike) are only used to obfuscate the real motives.

  63. Jake says:
    @Curious_Paul

    It is collective. Just like the UK.

  64. Escher says:

    I find it hard to believe that Kissinger and Brzezinski were not a very important part of the deep state.
    Calling them messenger boys is just childish name calling, independent of all the harm that their evil policies did.

  65. Sarah says:
    @Priss Factor

    US navy is in Asia, Chinese navy is not in America.

    US just needs to remove its military from Asia.

    And US should remove all military from the Middle East.

    And from Europe also.

    China and Russia are not threatening anyone and do not want to invade anyone.

    China and Russia are surrounded by US bases and the US fleet. Nobody surrounds the USA.

    Can’t the USA stop trying to dominate the whole world?

    Is the USA unable to live in peace at home like the other countries of the world?

  66. dimples says:

    “Then, we basically gave permission for Saddam Hussein to invade Kuwait as a ploy to send in our advanced army to knock him out and demonstrate our superiority to the world in weaponry, which very much demoralized the Russians and put the fear of God into Islamic oil. Then we created the Star Wars fiction. Russia to our surprise lost their nerve and collapsed.”

    Can’t really buy this silly Deep State propaganda from Mr S. The Berlin Wall collapsed in November 1989. After this the collapse of the Soviet Union and the Cold War was surely inevitable. USMIC needed a new theatre of war in a hurry to keep itself in the style to which it is accustomed. Gulf War I, beginning with the invasion of Kuwait by Iraq in August 1990, was clearly planned in advance in order to install US bases in the Middle East as the ‘pivot’ to use the currently popular term to this new theatre. This long term planning all bore juicy malevolent fruit not long after with 911, Gulf War 2 and the War on Terror. It’s only now, with the Middle East petering out as the preferred theatre of operations that the new pivot is under way with the beatup for a new cold war with China.

    • Replies: @lysias
  67. Sarah says:

    He describes them as “our values”,

    “our values” is continually repeated by US politicians and the MSM like a mantra.

    when the US has no values left but anarchy, looting, and burning down hundreds of cities. 

    And also war, bombing, killing, assassination of the indocent leaders, impoverishment of the others, overthrow of the insubordinate governments (“Color revolutions”).

  68. @alwayswrite

    Well he was a west German teenager who flew his Cessna light aircraft straight through Soviet airspace and landed slap bang in the middle of the evil empire in Red Square

    Good point. But Cold War embarrassment for ailing Russia was only half of that. What young Mathias Rust also demonstrated is that Reagan’s Star-Wars ploy was actually a Deep State media hoax invented to defend its own domestic charter myth of an existential threat from an evil foreign empire, Soviet Russia. Despite the Star Wars hype, our deep-staters already knew the Soviet system was on its last leg at that time. Their real concern was how their MIC and banksters could continue to rip off half of all U.S. discretionary spending without some credible foreign threat, preferrably a permanent one.

    When the Soviet collapsed a couple of years later, it was back to the drawing board of imperial balance-0f-power politics, exactly what Pepe Escobar is demonstrating above. The post-Soviet era was an existential crisis, but only for our shadow government. With hard work, they’ve managed in just 30 years to replace the putitive Soviet threat with a bigger one from China. Good work for which ordinary Americans will never stop paying, if they survive. Mission accomplished?

    Are the predatory Pentagon/CIA contractors are now safer, along with our fiat dollar hegemony? Close but no cigar because they have now managed to create the ultimate unbeatable threat by driving Russia and China together. And thanks to our own moneyed zio-faction, the deep-staters have also missed every opportunity to embrace Iran, no friend of Russia and a logical imperial asset since it wants only free trade and sovereignty.

    Meanwhile, as U.S. society disintegrates, what could be better than bringing the imperial divide & conquer strategy home by smearing half the citizenry as potential domestic terrorists and uncorking a bizarre viral “health” & global warming dictatorship. Perhaps that’s our rulers very last option.

    Escobar is right about balance of power geopolitics. Like saddling a tiger, there’s no getting off — probably how many a past empire went out in a blaze of glory. The inherent contradictions in any such strategy eventually become its undoing. In their hubris, deep-stater elitists assume they know just how to manage the whole world. But the real world is self-regulating, and past strengths can easily become current weaknesses in the fullness of time. Official Washington may now be showing us just such a geopolitical pole shift.

  69. (((communism))) went out and (((Christianity))) came in.

  70. MLK says:

    As my previous comments will attest, I don’t necessarily quarrel with these specific assertions or the broad brush approach as a general proposition. In no small part the US went off the geopolitical rails by taking “The End Of History” to mean we had evolved beyond having to learn from history.

    The first point that we make is that it was not Kissinger who created policy for Nixon, but the Deep State. Kissinger was just a messenger boy.

    Beware of this sort of Scooby Doo (as in the Saturday morning cartoon’s reveal.

    Now, China was not a major power in 1972 but it could drain Russia, forcing it to place 400,000 troops on their border. And our Deep State policy worked. We in the Deep State had thought it through, and not Kissinger. . .

    Okay, please note the glaringly obvious IQ test of us, the reader. I was a youngster then and I was able to think through this geopolitical hardball. Any of you who believe Kissinger wasn’t able to and didn’t have been snookered. I guess in the next installment Mr. “S” will tell us Kissinger spent all his time as NSA and Secretary of State begging someone in the Deep State to write his books for him after they had sailed the idiot’s ship.

    Mr “S” would like us to believe the Deep State is unified and wise. Some sort of collective dues ex machina that drops down to save the day. Uh huh. Maybe in his next installment he’ll explain how allowing psychopathic filth like Brennan to drive the bus is all part of The Deep State Plan.

    I’m not going to belabor what I’ve said many times. Suffice it to say, for the US the post-Cold War quarter century plus is a Sad Story. Indeed, it’s downright pathetic. I couldn’t have been the only one to sense trouble when they labelled our high point a moment — as in unipolar moment.

    It was like taking candy away from a baby!

  71. @alwayswrite

    Putin is making the same choice that the Russians did in the 12th Century. Then Russia was not strong enough to resist both the Catholics in the west and the Mongols in the east. They allowed themselves to be conquered by the Mongols, because the Mongols, as ruthless as they were, were more tolerant of religions and cultures. The Catholics would have totally cancelled Russia as a culture and a country. It took the Spanish Empire (Catholic) less than three years to annihilate the Aztecs and the Incas. There are blacks in South America, because they were needed by the Spanish to service their empire, because the natives were worked to death and were decimated by disease. That is how Russia survives as a country.

  72. Marckus says:

    The minute you see an old fart like Henry with Xi, know that the Jews already control him. He cannot crack a fortune cookie unless he gets permission from the Tribe.

    As for this and that alliance, these only happen when the individual states cannot take on an adversary all by themselves. China, Russia and Iran individually cannot cope with the US hence the alliance. Even with the alliance, the three remain weak and unable to confront US power. China especially is the school yard punk.

    Want proof: China would have already invaded Taiwan, another stupid little island full of doggie gourmets. All they do is use up fuel flying around and over the place. They lack the military power to do anything, but more importantly they lack the BALLS. Look what Vlad did with Crimea. Xi, is just a perpetually grinning monkey, the village idiot in a cheap empty suit.

    Ultimately the whole alliance will fall apart. No Russian president is going to allow the Chinese communists or the Mullah’s fanatics to pervert and subvert Russian Christianity. Russia is closer to the West culturally versus having nothing in common with the dog snatchers.

    China is a shit poor country with slums that rival Africa’s. The shining lights and glittering buildings are a FACADE. The place lacks sufficient space to feed their burgeoning population or the resources to attain their fantasies. Ask any Chink in the know, the Government encourages immigration to ease the population strain. Over 3M of them live in the US compared to 72,000 Americans living in China. The Chinese elite have their assets outside China, do anything to get second passports and send their ladies to the US and Canada to drop their litter. How smart does anyone have to be to read between the lines. Like Japan of pre WW2, the country is a rotten dragon fruit. The US just needs to give it a squeeze and China will disappear into the nothingness and zero status it was for 4ooo years.

    Hell, even the China loving stooges, flunkies and CCP ass kissers here on UR don’t live in the place. They hang WHITE ! They even adopt white names, ashamed of their stupid Chinese heritage and idiotic names. Recognising their inferiority is the first step toward emancipation though I for one would never acknowledge them as anything but inferior.

    All this China stuff is just claptrap and drivel. Pepe, like Freddie have to make a living and they earn some coin pedalling this hogwash.

  73. Every picture tells a story = USA & China (lol)
    Could have added Old Masked Joe and the Camel for further effect …

    Anyway —

    I had trouble believing this account by the mysterious Mr S, though it does make good copy, perhaps more as entertainment. So skimmed after the first few mentions of the Deep State, Mr S’s professed Christianity and his concern for Afghans.

    The “Deep State” is a more or less meaningless buzzword on a par with Alex “Medicine Man” Jones and his “Illuminati” and it’s getting as dated as that imho.
    WHO are these people, Mr S ? Names, please.

    We are to believe that a long-serving high echelon member in USG professes Christianity in a Gangster Cartel, which is what USG is and the source of the gross immorality, murder, looting, permanent war, occupations which is poisoning the world and has been such for a long time, well over a century …
    Russia, by contrast, is a Christian country.
    And you are fighting it, Mr S, as well as continuing to serve gangsters …

    Basically this article is just bullshit, sorry to be blunt.
    Worse, it doesn’t say anything new except that the zio’s have sacrificed their old man Kissinger as this USG “christian” indicates.

  74. Marckus says:
    @Priss Factor

    As soon as you see old Henry hobnobbing with Smiley Xi you KNOW China is now the Numba Wan bitch. See that stick Henry has in the thumbnail to this article ? If Xi does not do as he is told that will be up his arse faster than he can say Moo Goo Guy Pan…..crook first to boot !

    Tel Aviv is controlling them though few seem to know it. The Chinese are a weak race,always under the thumb of some one else. The country is like a hoe, everyone lines up for their piece and the Big Noses are no exception. They feel it is their turn now to saddle up.

  75. profnasty says:
    @El Dato

    Some of us think the Soviet Union didn’t collapse, so much as relocate: From Moscow to Manhattan.

  76. Iris says:
    @alwayswrite

    Mr S sounds like Smoking man from the X files

    Mmm, no. Paul Craig Roberts would fit well, so that’s at least one real person as credible candidate.

  77. profnasty says:
    @Curious_Paul

    Some get black eyes, some wear silk panties, and some molest little children.
    That’s pretty much the pecking order.

  78. profnasty says:
    @alwayswrite

    Look forward to watching you eat your own tie.
    Good fun.

  79. Theone says:
    @alwayswrite

    Sane people who are Tired of MuttMerica.

  80. Theone says:
    @alwayswrite

    They certainly where enough to counter modern MuttMurrka equipments,like the F 35 “Flying brick”.Even though they are far older AA,but then again it must be hard being MuttMurrkan soldier,20+ years attacking unarmed civilians and children must have taken its toll.

  81. AMWAC says:
    @RoatanBill

    Roatan, As much as the chosen ones will stick together when time and circumstances dictate as much, might I add to the attitude of the power hungry types who, because of their insatiable greed, don’t trust each other. I once knew a chosen family who owned a popular american newspaper and they would not permit members of their own tribe to manage their money–because they didn’t trust them! Believe it or no, they hired my gentile friend, instead. I think the rot caused by centuries of paranoia among them is beginning to surface, and it’s dragging the rest of us into the ditch with them.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  82. onebornfree says: • Website
    @RoatanBill

    The lead photo depicts murderer Kissinger and murderer Xi, discussing what? Most likely, who to murder next. ’nuff said🤮

    And the title of the piece implies that somehow, the “deep states” of any other nation are not equally corrupt.

    In sum, yet another limited hangout “The US is worse than everyone else” article from Escobar.

    Regards, 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

  83. Theone says:
    @alwayswrite

    Hahahahhahahahha Mutt talking about declining demographic.You have made my day Mutt.

    • Replies: @alwayswrite
  84. @Ray Caruso

    Ah the tyranny of terrible writing skills,you can always tell when the opposition has lost the argument

    • Replies: @Ray Caruso
  85. “We then wanted to welcome Russia into the community of Christian nations, but the Deep State wanted to dismember them.”

    Is the Deep State made up of atheists? It sure sounds like it.

  86. @AMWAC

    I’ll admit the jews are a different breed. Their clannishness and lack of common decency toward others is what gets them their untrustworthy reputation. Their business ethics can be summed up as non existent for the most part.

    Dealing with the average jew business owner in New York was just something you did differently than with other types. You would approached them knowing they’d try to put one over on you. I just learned to live with it and avoid them if I could.

    It’s the powerful jews that use that power unscrupulously. That’s what gets them the hatred they call antisemitism, and they deserve it. As long as the US’s political class is made up of the absolute worst the country can find, nothing will change. It’s the non jews fully cooperating with the zionists for power, prestige, money and influence that gives the jews their almost monopoly position in the major sectors of the economy.

    Eliminate their total control over the currency, and they’d become powerless in short order. It’s the control of the Fed and banking / finance in general that provides them their greatest advantage. They use the funds to purchase the non jews that the terminally stupid keep electing.

    The coming reset might backfire on them. The next step is to try to use the SDR as the worlds reserve currency. That will fail because it still has rotten currencies backing it up. Thereafter, I think China will play their gold card. They’ll back their currency at least partially with gold and that will be the beginning of a rush to terminate fiat around the world. It might also start a world war.

    • Replies: @Realist
  87. @Astuteobservor II

    Won’t the future be just grand?

    I can’t wait to see the 1000 foot long cargo ships, the 80,000 pound carrying semi trailers, the 42 million pound trains and above all (sorry) the 400 passenger jet airliners run off of solar panels or wind generators. Especially the airliners using a windmill! (We used to have much of this. It was called “the Age of Sail”).

    In other words, we can have globalism with its demands for unlimited movement of goods and people or we can have local economies, autarky and nativism. The globalists who claim to care about carbon footprints are being disingenuous.

    [MORE]

    In the Big Rock Candy Mountain,
    There’s a land that’s fair and bright,
    Where butterscotch grows on bushes
    And you can sleep out every night
    Where the boxcars all are empty
    And the sun shines every day
    On the birds and the bees, and the peppermint trees
    The lemonade springs, where the bluebird sings
    In the Big Rock Candy Mountain
    In the Big Rock Candy Mountain
    All the bears have wooden legs
    And the bulldogs all have rubber teeth
    And the hens lay soft-boiled eggs
    The farmers’ trees are full of fruit
    And the barns are full of hay
    Oh I’m bound to go, where there ain’t no snow
    Where the rain don’t fall, and the winds don’t blow
    In the Big Rock Candy Mountain
    In the Big Rock Candy Mountain
    You never change your socks
    And the little streams of chocolate drops
    Come a-trickling down the rocks
    Your birthday comes ’round once a week
    And it’s summer all year long
    There’s a lake of stew, and marmalade too
    You can paddle all around it in a big canoe
    In the Big Rock Candy Mountain (whistle…)
    I’ll see you all this coming fall
    If it’s free for one, then it’s a free-for-all
    In the Big Rock… Candy Mountain

    • Agree: houston 1992
  88. Kissinger sprinkles his talk with preemptive catch words such as “free markets”, “democracy”, and as noted here “principals”. Of course as a Jew he believes in none of it. His greatest coup was was the petrodollar which reigned for decades; free markets huh? His petrodollar scheme is crumbling and the age of missiles is neutering the US’s imperial ambitions. He is wallowing about in outdated imperial nostalgia.

  89. Realist says:
    @RoatanBill

    It’s the non jews fully cooperating with the zionists for power, prestige, money and influence that gives the jews their almost monopoly position in the major sectors of the economy.

    (A)greed. Ava Rice is a nasty bitch.

    Eliminate their total control over the currency, and they’d become powerless in short order. It’s the control of the Fed and banking / finance in general that provides them their greatest advantage. They use the funds to purchase the non jews that the terminally stupid keep electing.

    Jews shine in finance…this is their domain. After WWI the Jews were instrumental in the tortuous destructive reparations levied against Germany…one of the reasons for the rise of Hitler and WWII.

    One cohort of the non-jews, that keep electing White enablers of Jews are Evangelicals.

    The coming reset might backfire on them. The next step is to try to use the SDR as the worlds reserve currency. That will fail because it still has rotten currencies backing it up. Thereafter, I think China will play their gold card. They’ll back their currency at least partially with gold and that will be the beginning of a rush to terminate fiat around the world. It might also start a world war.

    It appears to me that the only way the Deep State will be destroyed is by action taken by a foreign nation. The indifference and stupidity of most Americans will preclude any action by them.

  90. @RoatanBill

    At this stage in human evolution., Anarchy is a pipe dream. There will always be some form of authority so long as there are large numbers of people. Power vacuums dont last. A state of anarchy is a power vacuum which will attract those who seek power. Who will enforce the status quo once anarchy is achieved? This would require some form of authority, which means you didnt really have anarchy. Unless and until humanity evolves to a point of universal altruism, you will never have more than short term periods of anarchy in some place or another. The closest we could get with humanitys’ current level of mental and emotional evolution is to drastically scale down the size of all nation states., especially the behemoths mentioned in this article. Simply put; the larger a nation, the larger its government and the less accountable and transparent it is to its citizens.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  91. Conspiracy theory drivel. So called “Deep State” are American elites, who are not unanimous about most points; it was R.M. Nixon- not Kissinger, not some imaginary Deep State segment which even does not exist- who decided to completely change policy towards Communist China. And there, Nixon showed that he was, despite his failings, a remarkable statesman.

    The entire text is a paranoid fantasy.

  92. Jihadijew says:

    I did not know the war criminal Kissinger is still alive.

  93. @Freedomstillisntfree

    I completely agree with you. It is the mindset of the average person that disturbs me. They want to be ruled by the worst the society has to offer. They want to vote for their enslavement. They demand democracy which institutionalizes that enslavement. For decades the morals and honesty of the nation’s political class has gotten progressively worse and no one seems to care.

    Anarchism is the ideal to strive for but it will never be reached. Today’s people want more and more gov’t. They want gov’t to tell them what to eat, who to deal with, which people to shun, etc. It is the mindlessness of the population that’s so disgusting.

  94. Clyde says:

    In realpolitik terms, this “kind of Cold War” is already on; across the Beltway, China is unanimously regarded as the premier US national security threat.

    Wrong! Russia is. Pipeline hackers! Putin too. The Dem coalition is loony-lesbian-leftist so Russia is made into our #1 rival and enemy. Putin is macho, is anti-gay, says nice things to his Orthodox church. The Gobo-Homo rulers of Washingtoon DC despise such bold hetero Men. Pepe the peripatetic pontificator has not been in America for years so has no good take on the climate here.

  95. Z-man says:

    It’s the Zionists/NEOCON/globalist CABAL’s fault for pushing Russia towards China. The International Jew hates Putin and RUSSIA!, because they embraced their Christian religion buried for 70 years under Communism.
    Trump tried to be friends with Russia but the BEAST was too strong.

  96. FB says: • Website
    @alwayswrite

    Well, if you think that a La-Z-boy and an ice-dispensing fridge have anything to do with aerospace technology, then you really shouldn’t be spouting off about missiles and spacecraft.

    The fact is that the US Defense Department and USAF does buy Russian stuff, namely advanced closed-cycle rocket engines that the US is unable to manufacture.

    That US rover on mars right now, Perseverance, and the coaxial helicopter, Ingenuity—they got there on those Russian RD180 engines.

    So did the previous US mars mission in 2011, the Mars Science Laboratory, featuring the Curiosity rover. And so did the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter in 2005, and in fact every other US mars mission in between.

    I will note, it is rather ironic that billionaire Elon Musk has been talking a very big game about mars, yet his company’s rockets have never been chosen for any of the Nasa mars missions, only Russian engines.

    These same Russian engines also launch nearly all mission critical spaceflights for USAF and the Defense Department, including all of the secretive X37 ‘spaceplane’ launches, plus all of the state-of-the-art spysats etc. The Russian engines have a 100 percent reliability record in nearly 100 US launches. SpaceX has been chosen for a grand total of three Defense Department launches, none of them expensive sats, just mickey mouse equipment.

    And then there is the International Space Station, which should rightly be called Mir 2, because the functional core of the space station is the Russian Orbital Segment.

    The Russian Orbital Segment (ROS) is the name given to the components of the International Space Station (ISS) constructed in Russia and operated by the Russian Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos). The ROS handles Guidance, Navigation, and Control for the entire Station.

    In simple language—THAT is the space station, the add-on modules from the US being completely superfluous.

    And we might also mention that the US has for the last ten years been buying seats on Russian spacecraft to even get to the [Russian] space station. Just in the last few months the SpaceX Crew Dragon has finally come online and that is an excellent achievement—although Nasa is still buying seats on Soyuz, just in case.

    The Boeing Starliner spacecraft is flying with the Russian engines, although not yet with live crew. Good thing there’s a Russian ‘superstore’ for space tech where you can do one-stop shopping, eh?

    I’m not going to get into the Chinese program, which also bought its entire manned space program lock, stock and barrel from Russia. They also bought advanced Russian engines, but unlike the US, they have been able to knock off their own versions [YF100], which now power their big Long March 5 rocket.

    Oh, and the Russians landed their first rover on Mars back in 1971, the first spacecraft to land successfully on another planet.

    • Agree: Rdm
    • Thanks: antibeast
  97. ricpic says:

    There’s an inherent contradiction I’ve never been able to understand.

    On the one hand the Deep State wants the United States to be and continue to be the world hegemon. Ergo the playing off of China against Russia, as well as other ploys undercutting potential challengers.

    On the other hand the Deep State was all in on the deindustrialization of America, the great offshoring of whole industries and the jobs they provided. Offshoring has clearly weakened America’s position as world hegemon.

    What gives?

  98. @alwayswrite

    You are amusing, this kind of impotent hatred is commonly observed in ukrainian nationalists and talmudists.
    Are you one of those?

    Though your rage is understandable, V.V. Putin countered your ilk on every front, Syria, domestic degenerates, Sevastopol, the list goes on and on.
    He left you with the garbage fire that is central and western ukraine on one hand and decaying US empire on the other hand.

    I too would be angry, though expressing myself in a less disorderly manner.

    • LOL: FB, Fred777
  99. Leo Den says:
    @Antiwar7

    Except Pepe didn’t mention who the Deep State is. Well then meet the Real Deep State.

    https://biblicisminstitute.wordpress.com/2015/07/28/how-the-ashkenazi-jews-conquered-the-west/

  100. Like i said niche economy,thanks for admitting it

    Oh,and did the current mars mission get there only on Russian rocket tech?????? Are you sure about that????

    One last thing,most Soviet/ Russian mars landing missions have failed,first successful one was in 1975 using titan 111 rocket, that’s American, but you probably know that,wink wink,anybody can crash something into a planet,the point of the exercise is to have something functioning once you get there

    • Replies: @FB
  101. FB says: • Website
    @GMC

    There is a difference between a technician and an engineer.

    And no, there is no such confusion from one country to another. In some countries, like the UK, an aircraft mechanic is called an AME [aircraft maintenance engineer]. This has nothing to do with a DIPLOMA engineer who works in design, not maintenance.

    These categories are well-defined internationally by people like UNESCO, which compile these statistics, so there is no ambiguity like you suggest. You can’t be a technician in one country, even if it has the word ‘engineer’ in the job title, and go elsewhere and be an actual mechanical engineer, or aerospace engineer or civil engineer.

    I have first-hand experience with both the Russian and US aerospace engineering community. The Russian education system is second to none [although it is not nearly what it was during the Soviet era], and the engineers are, in my opinion, the best-educated in the world.

    In the US, engineering education is being dumbed down all the time. I happen to have a rather extensive engineering library and I like to buy the latest editions of the standard texts as they come out. With each edition you have less and less mathematical rigor, and more emphasis on using software tools. This is a huge problem, because competent engineering is all about fundamentals and being able to work out on paper and a slide rule even the most complex problems—the Apollo program and Concorde were done exactly like that, and still have not been bettered.

    At the same time, the financialization of higher education in the US has put an engineering education beyond the reach of many ordinary families. And those that do have the money steer their kids into banking and law professions.

    It is not a surprise that Russia does in fact graduate twice as many REAL engineers. And they are very very good. Here is the broader STEM category, which includes things like software ‘engineering,’ as well as these ‘technician’ vocations that you mention.

    This is not as useful a measure as pure engineering, in my view, because it is a kind of catch-all.

    Still we see that Russia, with half the population, is about the same number as the US. China of course is cranking out many more of these STEM people, but they do not yet have the academic depth and rigor of the Russian system. This institutional strength is something that takes a few generations to build up, as graduates become better, and they become teachers, the next generation gets better yet and so on. It is not an instant process, but China is very systematic and determined and they will get there sooner than people may think.

    And finally a word about why it is important to have numbers in terms of hard science intellectuals. It is like society in general—the bottom slice is going to be barely competent; the majority in the middle are going to be average…and the top ten percent are going to be the ones that actually do all of the work, in terms of advancing of the state of the art. And from that top group, only a few INDIVIDUALS are really going to be visionaries that have a chance at transforming the technology and solving the really big problems.

    Obviously if you have a larger pool to start with, you will have more of those key achievers at the top.

  102. lysias says:
    @dimples

    It may have been in the self-interest of people in the MIC to continue Cold War conditions, but a patriot would put the good of the Republic over his own self-interest. The late Lt. Gen. William Odom, former Director of the National Security Agency, was such a man. He was as close to the center of the American Deep State as anyone could be.

    I know from Odom’s writings that he shared at least many of the views of Mr. S. Odom himself may be gone, but his opinions may survive in his aides, friends, and associates.

  103. lysias says:
    @FB

    Which is a reason why it is very foolish to reduce the world’s population, as the plutocrats apparently intend. The fewer people, the fewer geniuses, who do the actual creative work.

    Of course, the fewer geniuses, the less threat to the power of the plutocrats.

  104. @FB

    It is very interesting to read your views on these subjects. Thank you.

    • Thanks: FB
  105. Unfortunately we are in a bit of a pickle in that the story presumes that even if we started acting friendly with Russia and China they wouldn’t still want to put huge hurt on us for the last 50 years of American power ruining everything for everyone. The only thing that keeps us in the game is that we have a huge military and a lot of money apparently. That military has been rendered practically obsolete by Russian stand-off missiles and… I doubt anyone thinks the US is going to emerge from all of this with an economy intact.

    At this point, I am just hoping for the collapse of the US government. I can’t see anyone missing it once its gone. It’s time to move on to something new politically. I vote for independent city-state Kingdoms on the North American continent.

  106. antibeast says:
    @FB

    China of course is cranking out many more of these STEM people, but they do not yet have the academic depth and rigor of the Russian system.

    You’re partially correct in that China’s STEM graduates may not have the ‘academic depth and rigor’ of the Russian system but that’s true only for the bottom 80% of the 4.7m STEM graduates in China. The reason has to do with how China’s STEM educational system works which is highly elitist for the top 20% in Tier-1 STEM institutions like Tsinghua but rather egalitarian for the bottom 80% which educates the also-rans in the Polytechnics. This filtering process is done after high school with the gaokao or the National College Entrance Examination whose test scores determine which school Chinese students are qualified to attend. The people who fail to score high on the gaokao then settle for associate degrees at the Polytechnics.

    China views this system as necessary because its industrial economy requires two different career paths for two different academic backgrounds. The associate degree-holders work in the manufacturing sector where they can apply their technical knowledge while the university graduates work in the corporate sector where they can apply their scientific expertise. This was true in the past few decades as manufacturing industries became the dominant sector of the Chinese economy. But as it moves from manufacturing to technology industries, China is now shifting its focus to building up its Tier-1 STEM institutions by funding more R&D and training more PhDs.

    • Agree: FB
  107. The tragedy of the ZUS deep state department is , that is controlled and populated with zionists, as is the entire ZUS government and the deep state chain dogs aka the CIA, the FBI, the NSA, all of the 17 chain dog departments are under zionist control, as is the lower house of the knesset aka congress.

    Proof of this is the coverup of the Israeli and traitors in the ZUS government attack on the WTC and the Pentagram on 911, and every thinking American knows that they did it, and a gutless , cowardly congress went along with the coverup.

    Telling the truth in a world of deceit is a revolutionary act – George Orwell

    • Agree: Arthur MacBride
  108. The Deep State wanted to start a Vietnam for Russia in Afghanistan in 1979. I was among those against it, as this would needlessly use the Afghani people as cannon fodder and that was unfair. I was overruled.

    I’m calling bullshit on Mr S. No one with any knowledge about Afghanistan calls its people “Afghanis”. They are called Afghans. Their famous show-dog breed is called Afghani.

  109. “That is the tragedy of our time.”
    ‘Balance of power’ is a lie, a trick. The governing neocons want none of that. They want domination … they want the destruction of Christianity… they want a 1 world government… they want its HQ in Jerusalem … they want tribal rule. They want it all.

    • Agree: Z-man, Kolya Krassotkin
  110. Pascal says:
    @TG

    Truer words have never been spoken. Plus what’s hardly ever mentioned: technology transfers. The US is always whining about China allegedly spying on them (which they probably do) but the bulk of Chinese swift technological progress comes from their saying to greedy short-term minded Western entrepreneurs at large (including Boeing, Airbus and such) “You want to use our cheap labor to increase profit in making your stuff? OK but you’re gonna have to give us the blueprints and our engineers will take it from there.” When said entrepreneurs accepted that – and there was no way for them to do otherwise -, considering the average Chinese IQ and a long history of technological preeminence until the Manchu decadence, they started digging their own graves.

  111. FB says: • Website
    @alwayswrite

    Look, I’m not going to waste a lot of bandwidth here on a shrieking retard.

    The FIRST FIVE soft landings on another planet were by the Soviet Union. First was in 1970 on Venus with Venera 7:

    The Venera program established a number of precedents in space exploration, among them being the first human-made devices to enter the atmosphere of another planet [Venera 3 on March 1, 1966], the first to make a soft landing on another planet [Venera 7 on December 15, 1970], the first to return images from another planet’s surface [Venera 9 on June 8, 1975], and the first to perform high-resolution radar mapping scans [Venera 15 on June 2, 1983].

    Mars 3 in 1971 was the first soft landing on Mars. It was also the first rover landed on another planet.

    The Mars 3 lander became the first spacecraft to attain a soft landing on Mars, on December 2, 1971.

    It failed 110 seconds after landing, having transmitted only a gray image with no details.[3] The Mars 2 orbiter and Mars 3 orbiter continued to circle Mars and transmit images back to Earth for another eight months.

    Mars 3 Spacecraft

    The cause of the failure may have been related to the extremely powerful martian dust storm taking place at the time which may have induced a coronal discharge, damaging the communications system. The dust storm would also explain the poor image lighting.

    —Mars 3 Lander, Nasa

    And yes, it was the Russian RD180 engines that have launched ALL US mars missions since 2005.

    • Agree: Aaron Hilel, Dnought
    • Thanks: antibeast
    • Replies: @alwayswrite
  112. Anonymous[253] • Disclaimer says:

    It’s just adorable that someone thinks the Deep State has “meetings”.

  113. SafeNow says:
    @FB

    “only a few INDIVIDUALS are really going to be visionaries that have a chance at transforming the technology and solving the really big problems.”

    In “org syn” (organic synthesis — creating a new molecule), US pharma scientists would be the ones to invent a brilliant, elaborate 60-step process to possibly create a new drug. Then it would be turned-over to China to do the meticulous “bench work” to make it a reality. Both sides needed the other to do what it could not do. I don’t know if this is still true, or if it applies to other engineering fields.

    • Replies: @FB
  114. @FB

    How many stages do the rockets have ?

    • Replies: @FB
    , @voicum
  115. Russia was never going to be a part of the community of Christian nations. First, such a thing never existed, and, second, Putin has his own agenda as did Yeltsin. That agenda is in no way compatible with western desires.

  116. FB says: • Website
    @alwayswrite

    If you’re talking about the Russian-powered Atlas V, the second stage is powered by a Rocketdyne RL10 engine of 22,000 pounds thrust—about one fortieth that of the RD180 main engine.

    So yes, there is that—fully 2.5 percent of the total rocket power is from an American engine, yay!

    Of course Nasa could have opted for the similar RD0146, which is a more advanced Russian design of comparable power, and which the European Space Agency has licensed.

  117. voicum says:
    @alwayswrite

    For your , pre elementary school , level of education i would say : a front stage , approx. 8 feet toll and a back stage , approx 12 feet stage.

  118. FB says: • Website
    @SafeNow

    I really have no particular knowledge of the bioscience field, except that I believe the cellular machinery in a living organism is far more complex than any mechanical device that humanity could conceive.

    I believe our knowledge here, unlike physics and math where we are quite competent and understand a big part of it all—in biology we are just starting to scratch the surface.

    When the Genome Project first started the ‘experts’ estimated that humans would end up with about 100,000 genes. The ‘sort of’ final tally turned out to be just 20,000, and is still getting revised. Interesting article here:

    The human genome at 20: How biology’s most-hyped breakthrough led to anticlimax and arrests

    … the genomics community began excitedly placing bets predicting how many genes the human genome would contain. Some bets were as high as 300,000, others as low as 40,000. For context, the onion genome contains 60,000 genes.

    Dispiritingly, it turned out that our genome contains roughly the same number of genes as a mouse or a fruit fly (around 21,000), and three times less than an onion.

    Twenty years ago, the genome hoopla was just huge. Now it has turned out to be a nothingburger—well, at best a glimpse into the void that still contains so much that is unknown.

    This is how western capitalism does Big Science. A lot of the same kind of anticlimax is being expressed now about the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. Although it has churned out hundreds of papers, nothing groundbreaking has ever come of it.

    Quantum computing is also turning out to be a nothingburger, as some of us had predicted long ago. But if the point is to sell the sizzle and not the steak, then all of these ‘great’ projects have been a wonderful ‘marketing’ success, with untold millions of trees having given their life for the glossy magazines that breathlessly trumpeted all of this hullabaloo. Only to end up in the landfill.

    So to get back to your question about US pharma ‘scientists’, I would place them just slightly above the municipal sanitation worker that will be emptying my bin tomorrow, in the overall scheme of things. Maybe a better person to ask would be Bill Gates?

    • Thanks: SafeNow
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  119. Hahahahahaha,busted

    Well America will soon be using the Vulcan Centaur,which I’m certain doesn’t have any Russian stuff in it,yay!

    Funny that,because according to you they ARE decades behind

    Perhaps they should take Rogozins advice and use a trampoline to launch stuff, although didn’t Elon Musk do something????

    • Troll: Dnought
    • Replies: @FB
  120. Alden says:
    @Mulga Mumblebrain

    Very very true. The religious Jews despise the rest of the world as sub humans to be exploited. They are also the most ruthless and dishonest in business. Non religious Jews won’t go near them in business because the religious are so inherently crooked and ruthless.

    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  121. A Yahoo headline reads, Most GOP Voters Think Election Was Fair. Really? I know hundreds of GOP voters and not one of them believes the Election of 2020 was fair and I live in California!!!

  122. “It was naive on my part to hope to a return of Christianity, as the West was moving rapidly toward total moral disintegration.”

    It is from Christianity that moral disintegration stems. Their god is a moral degenerate. He gets mad at Pharaoah and he sends his angels of slaughter to murder thousands of innocent precious firstborn children and babies of the Egyptians. The blood of the innocents ran red through the streets. Who does that? Who?
    He tells the Hebrews they are his besties and they can slaughter the women, the babies, the children of the foreign tribes….but wait, they can keep the virgins for themselves. Who does that?
    He tells the Hebrews if they have an unruly child they should take it to a field and the elders stone it to death. What does that do to a man who picks up stones and kills a child? Sick.
    This genocidal maniac god is also an ego freak of the highest order. He tells Abraham he needs to “prove” his love. Yahweh is feeling insecure and jealous. He tells Abe to take his boy Issac to an altar and slit his throat and then Yahweh will know Abe loves him (Yahew) more than his boy Isaac. Sick.
    Prior to this Yahew creates man and realizes he goofed up. Instead of manning up to his mistake, he takes it out on mankind, to be specific Adam and Eve. Instead of cursing himself for his screwup, he curses them. He says they are such pieces of dung they deserve to burn and be tortured for all eternity. He tells them they are carnal, wicked and sinful, but decides to save a few through…no other than human sacrifice. Bloody, sadistic, pagan sacrifice.
    You want to know how moral degeneration entered the human consciousness. Look no farther than Christianity and its sadistic ego freak god.

    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  123. Miro23 says:
    @JasonT

    Thanks for that book review link. It shows who the ZioGlob are and how they exert their power.

    https://www.globalresearch.ca/exposing-the-giants-the-global-power-elite-prof-peter-phillips/5652352

    More precisely, Phillips identifies the 199 directors of the seventeen global financial Giants and offers short biographies and public information on their individual net wealth. These individuals are closely interconnected through numerous networks of association including the World Economic Forum, the International Monetary Conference, university affiliations, various policy councils, social clubs, and cultural enterprises. For a taste of one of these clubs, see this account of The Links in New York. As Phillips observes: ‘It is certainly safe to conclude they all know each other personally or know of each other in the shared context of their positions of power.’

  124. FB says: • Website
    @alwayswrite

    Well America will soon be using the Vulcan Centaur…

    Yes, ‘will be’…lots of stuff ‘will be.’ Supposedly.

    If and when it does actually make its first flight into space that Blue Origin BE 4 engine from King Bezos will be the FIRST such advanced, closed cycle engine, of the kind that the Russians have now flown, oh about 1,000 times, since they first invented the technology in the 1960s.

    And how good Bezos’ engine will be will be remains to be seen. One thing we know already, it is only a little more than HALF the power of the RD180, and barely A QUARTER of the power of its bigger brother, the RD170/171.

    So yeah, if and when these new engines fly, it will have taken the US only about five decades to catch up. Twenty years since they have been buying the advanced Russian engines, and even have received the key technology and a license to build their own.

    At least the Chinese have already built their own advanced engines based on the same Russian technology, are now building their own space station, and launching it with those advanced engines. Like I said, both the US and China have been given a big boost by Russian space tech.

    Meanwhile, the Russians haven’t been resting on their laurels either, and are in fact still decades ahead in key aerospace technologies. I will be writing about that soon. Make sure to stay tuned.

    • Replies: @alwayswrite
    , @Jazman
  125. “ He describes them as “our values”, when the US has no values left but anarchy, looting, and burning down hundreds of cities.”
    That pretty much sums up the state of the USA under the illegitimate Biden Regime. Even though most all Burn Loot Murder/Antifa peaceful protests were done on Trumps watch.
    The smallest most defenseless country on earth now looks at USA as the greatest shithole on earth. Here we have 13% of population (blacks) dictating every asset of our economy all because (((CultMarx Communists))) hate whites and have infiltrated academia, tech, Pharma, local, state and federal government and financial to control who we criticize, what we consume and where we live, and should you complain you will be shamed, censored and fired, losing all means to survive in Wokeworld.

    • Troll: Mulga Mumblebrain
  126. Mr S. is 100% correct that there is no reason that the US can’t be a friend of Russia and China. But for some reason – as noted the US cannot agree with a balance of power. That is indeed a tragedy.

    Some would even say the US unbalanced the ally England during the Suez Crises. Not out of righteousness did they not support the overthrow of the leader of Egypt and a return of the canal to the Brits and France. The Sterling lost after that – which benefitted you know who. “with friends like these”….

  127. @The_seventh_shape

    You missed the end of the comments of Mr. S. The goal should not be more destruction – which is what happens when you try to destabilize other world powers. Aside from that – both Russia and China have no interest in being used again – as China was used against the Soviets

  128. Miro23 says:
    @TG

    The elites moved to loot Russia not so much to destroy it, I think, as to just frickin’ LOOT it. They are angry at Russia in large part, I think, because Russia refused to be looted. How dare they? Does Putin have any idea just how much profit he snatched out from under the hands of the US elites? (answer: of course he does).

    Balance of power and arrogant ultimately stupid deep-state strategy stuff? Sure. But don’t count out raw naked short-term greed.

    Agree about the primacy of looting, and that Yeltsin’s Russia was the ideal.

    The WEF/Davos hedge fund types gained power in Russia and looted the place under cover of “Western values”, “free markets”, “neo-liberalism” blah – getting their hands on Russian assets at knock down prices. Once they were finished, there wasn’t much left – with the Russian public left in poverty.

    The US, of course, started as a much richer place (1945) but it’s been getting the same treatment. The same WEF/Davos hedge fund elite are sucking it dry and the public is wondering where its money went.

    That puts present day anti-Russia and anti-China hostility into perspective. They’re the enemy because 1) Putin kicked them out, and 2) China has effectively shut all the usual access points (finance/banking/media/politics/education) preventing them getting their hooks into the place. And that’s apart from China developing into an economic rival to the US rather than remaining a low wage plantation.

    In fact, the non-compliance of Russia and China are such a grave threat to the WEF/Davos crowd (combined with fast declining US power) that they’re probably gearing up to eliminate both countries (WW3). Why else are they all rushing to build bunkers in New Zealand and buying up great tracts of Patagonia?

    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  129. @FB

    That number for Mexico is completely false. Everyone I have ever met in Mexico is a engineer unless you work for drug cartels, then you’re heavily armed family.
    The few Russians I’ve encountered have ripped me off overcharging on parts and labor to fix a fridge and oven.

  130. @Miro23

    The neo-liberal goons who proposed the ‘shock treatment’ looting of Russia were mostly Harvard economists of Jewish heritage, led by Jeffrey Sachs. The oligarchs who looted Russia and the other Soviet Republics were nearly all of Jewish heritage. Some, like Khodorkovsky, were financed by overseas Jewish interests, in his case the Rothschilds. First that was denied, amidst the usual hissing and spitting of ‘antisemitism’, then was arrogantly admitted, and put down to ‘Jewish acumen’ and ‘Soviet repression of Jews’ that forced them to become thieves and parasites.

    • Agree: Miro23
  131. @Nancy O'Brien Simpson

    Yes, Yahweh is a genocidal, cruel, vicious psychopath. But he doesn’t exist. He is the ego and super-ego projection of a Bronze Age people onto the cosmos. Somehow that people has survived the millennia without being exterminated or consumed by other societies, and the cult of xenophobic hatred and cruelty is as alive, worsened by centuries of travails, suffered and inflicted on others, and Israel, Talmudic Judaism and Zionazism are the result. Let’s face it-Judaism will be the ruin of us all, including the Jews. Mind you, it’s not the only existential threat to humanity, but it is a big one.

  132. @Alden

    I read a report a few years ago that showed the orthodox and ultra-orthodox Jews were vastly over-represented in the ranks of slum-lords in the USA’s major cities. And they were infamous for their contempt for their tenants, and for their poor standards of maintenance etc. One aspect that riled many tenants was the fact that many such religious fanatics refused to shake hands with their goy, often black or Hispanic, tenants.

  133. Agent76 says:

    Apr 6, 2020 Henry Kissinger & Bill Gates Call For Mass Vaccination & Global Governance

    The global population living in western countries have been taught for more than a generation to live in a constant state of fear ever since 9/11.


    • Replies: @freedom-cat
  134. Hasn’t Lucifer punched Kissingers ticket yet?

  135. frontier says:
    @El Dato

    It is also my contention that the Soviet Union collapsed because it was shown as an inept assembly of loser bureaucrats through the Chernobyl disaster.

    No, not losers, good planners who just forgot they were in Russia… thus Putin.

  136. Iva says:

    This tod ( sorry tod) name K . should just leave the stage , stay home  home and wait to die. He has done enough suffering on the globe. I hope he will burn in Hell.

  137. CanSpeccy says: • Website
    @FB

    And China graduates more engineers than Russia.

  138. Chris Moore says: • Website
    @RoatanBill

    From my life long experience and being raised in New York City, I think there are 4 types of jews. There are Zionist jews, power hungry jews, religious jews and jews in name only… The first two cause all the problems.

    NYC background exchanging spittle with Hebrews… that explains your weakness, softness and sickness for Jews and your hatred of Christians, respectability, law and order, in preference of diaspora Zionist anarchy and chaos in the nations. The Golden Calf explains your warped infatuation with gold.

    The religious Jews who display Israeli flags in their synagogues and overwhelmingly support the Judeofascist state over their host nations aren’t a problem? The murderous Marxist, Trotskyite and Bolshevik “Jews in name only” aren’t a problem? The Holocaust b.s. brainwashing designed to polarize ALL Jews from their goyim host nations and galvanize them for Zion isn’t a problem?

    RodentBill, next you’ll be proclaiming that your sick and corrupt Jew-stooge ilk “isn’t a problem,” and that the corruption of America for the misanthropic Jewish mass murder agenda “isn’t a problem.”

    You, RodentBill, a self-proclaimed “anarchist and misanthrope,” are a problem on par with the Judeofascists, you ((commie)) hypocrite.

    Wait for it… start sobbing now about libel and being the persecuted by “assholes” and the rest of the Jewish victim shtick you picked up by rubbing elbows and exchanging sob stories with degenerate Hebrews in NYC bathhouse of the 70’s.

    Me thinks you ingested a bit more than spittle.

  139. CanSpeccy says: • Website
    @FB

    When the Genome Project first started the ‘experts’ estimated that humans would end up with about 100,000 genes. The ‘sort of’ final tally turned out to be just 20,000, and is still getting revised.

    Yeah, having found that structural genes accounted for only a small fraction of total DNA they concluded that the rest was “junk.” However, they recently discovered that the junk is actually the developmental control machinery. As is now evident, there is a huge amount of work still required to understand how genes are turned on and off as embryonic cells are transformed via multiple routes into the multiplicity of mature cell types — bone, blood, brain, liver, lungs, etc.

    So, in fact, genomics is a field of enormous scope. For details see Nessa Carey “The Epigenetics Revolution,” an excellent introduction. Also “Junk DNA” by the same author.

  140. @RoatanBill

    Take a look at Stephen Pinker’s book, Better Angels of our Nature: Why Violence has Declined. He shows that people living in pre-state times (living small tribal communities) were much more likely to die violent deaths then people living within states. Hobbes was right about the State of Nature, except for the living solitary lives bit.

    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  141. @Curious_Paul

    Probably many of them are foreigners. Klaus Schwab comes to mind. He gets all the rich together annually at Davos (this year in Singapore) but the little folk have no idea what these powerful players talk about and plan.

    Kissinger and Bzrezinsky are simply the outer layers of the onion.

    I remember distinctly that KISSINGER BACKED TRUMP THE FIRST TIME. SO DID DICKLESS CHENEY.

  142. @Agent76

    Winter Oak captured Klaus Schwab very well in an article her wrote last year:

    https://winteroak.org.uk/2020/10/05/klaus-schwab-and-his-great-fascist-reset/

  143. @FB

    Oh dear me,all the Chinese have done is take Russian tech and built it themselves,which is what They’ve been doing for decades,so now they can build this stuff themselves,so no need for all those Russian engineers anymore,and yet another reduction in Russian exports,they’ll do the same for defence tech,but Russians will keep convincing themselves they’re the best

    Well the Russian space programme if full of half baked programmes its budget isn’t enough for all those programmes and the money is constantly stolen,still they wont need to worry about spending on the ISS as i believe Russia is leaving and building its own new shiny thing,good luck with that

    But basically this argument over niche markets for Russia miss the point,and the point is for all your arguments about Russian excellence in engineering they still can’t create an economy which is globally competitive,last time i looked Russian industrial/ economic competitiveness was on a level with the Republic of Ireland,about 34th in the world!

    Its corruption level in Russia is very high one of the worst in the world,even Albania does better!

    So its no surprise they can’t build a new cosmodrome without billions been stolen,in fact its no surprise that almost a trillion dollars has flown out of Russia in the last 20 years,and thats why there’s no future for Russia as a global power

    • Replies: @FB
    , @showmethereal
  144. bayviking says:

    “The US has been following balance of power dreams since 1900 and now it faces economic ruin”.

    While the author has a point, it is important to remember that the high level decision to replace a manufacturing based economy (real) with a service based, financialized economy is at the root of they USA’s problems. Such a policy also renders our military power toothless in any prolonged conflict against a competing manufacturing giant, such as China. American production of fighting equipment, airplanes, tanks… and the fuel to operate all of it, won the war. That manufacturing base is not coming back anytime soon. Instead, rising long term poverty and unemployment, increased violence, global warming and widespread environmental deterioration are our “Free Market” legacy. Its just as well that we will be rendered incapable of fighting a major war. The US military is the single greatest contributor to global warming and environmental destruction on the planet earth. Still the only confirmed existence of life in our solar system, if not the universe.

    A service economy does not generate new wealth, it transfers wealth from service users to service providers. In the stock market, manipulative winners (~10% of traders) transfer wealth from 90% of investors to themselves. Only when you produce something of higher value through farming, mining or manufacturing is new wealth produced. Manufacturing always has the greatest potential for adding higher value.

  145. Jazman says:
    @FB

    Russians have lot of interesting programs for future and I am looking forward reading your comments about space

  146. FB says: • Website
    @alwayswrite

    last time i looked Russian industrial/ economic competitiveness was on a level with the Republic of Ireland,about 34th in the world!

    And last time I looked, you’ve been sputtering nonstop nonsense!

    Russia exports huge amounts of advanced military technology, behind only the US. how many of these does Ireland make and export?

    Russian Air Force Sukhoi Su35S

    Military and aerospace are a huge part of US exports, and it has mostly a captive market through its Nato alliance.

    How many of these does Ireland make?

    Irkut MC21 airliner

    Or these?

    Alexander Nevsky nuclear powered ballistic missile submarine docked at Vilyuchinsk

    Or these?

    Arktika nuclear-powered icebreaker. Russia is the only country in the world that makes these.

    Later, I’m going to get into the new game-changing missile technologies that Russia has developed. The US has lost the arms race, as this well-placed source mentions in the article above.

    No country has the technical-industrial capability of Russia. The US is living on borrowed time. One fine day the Chinese are going to say, ‘guess what, we no longer take dollars—we will take gold or yuan for all the goods you buy from us.’ And they will tell the Arabs they will only pay in gold-backed yuan for oil.

    And what happens then? Who needs to hold US dollars then? And the US finances its multi-trillion dollar deficits how?

    The US already has one foot in the grave. A Ponzi house of cards that is barely standing as it is. Say hello to my leetle banana republic.

    • Agree: Jazman
  147. Jazman says:
    @FB

    I like how you put down delusional know nothing lol

    • Replies: @alwayswrite
  148. @FB

    Yawn, yawn,well Russia can keep building this junk stuff until it goes bankrupt,again

    As Napoleon said,’ never interrupt the enemy when He’s making a mistake ‘

    • Replies: @FB
    , @FB
  149. antibeast says:
    @FB

    Russia excels in nuclear power as Rosatom has become the number one exporter of nuclear reactors in the world.

  150. FB says: • Website
    @alwayswrite

    Yawn, yawn…

    That’s actually the most intelligent thing you’ve said all day.

    And btw, speaking of Russian exports, the country totally DOMINATES the huge global market for nuclear energy.

    Over the past five years, Rosatom has quietly cornered the market in nuclear energy, systematically seeking out agreements and contracts with roughly 30 nations interested in the installation of nuclear power plants (NPPs).

    The U.S. Department of Commerce projects $740 billion in revenue generation from nuclear power technologies between now and 2025.

    With Rosatom boasting no other comparable international competitor, vast swaths of that revenue will be siphoned into the pockets of the Kremlin…

    The strategy has thus far been relatively straightforward. Russia’s nuclear energy program dates back to the advent of nuclear power, and Russia’s state-owned nuclear vendor — Rosatom — is the only company in nuclear capable of offering the “industry’s entire range of products and services.”

    —Butthurt complaint from Stratfor

    Russia is by far the technology leader in CLEAN nuclear energy, having developed a closed cycle system that produces little or no nuclear waste. Which is why dozens of countries are buying.

    Unit 4 of the Beloyarsk nuclear power plant in Russia will be completely switched to uranium-plutonium MOX fuel in 2022, marking an important step towards closing the nuclear fuel cycle, Russia’s Rosatom has announced.

    A closed nuclear fuel cycle will allow the…reuse of used nuclear fuel and minimising radioactive waste.

    —Rosatom to convert fast reactor to MOX fuel in 2022

    US is now scrambling to prevent it becoming a nuclear technology backwater—Report from the Department of Energy to President Trump, 2019:

    Strategy to Restore American Nuclear Energy Leadership

    America is on the brink of losing its ability to produce domestic uranium for the fabrication of nuclear fuel, threatening our national interest and national security.

    A day late and a dollar short. While clowns like you mouth off and daydream in technicolor, real folks in real countries are moving forward on all fronts of human progress—science, math, engineering, aerospace, nuclear energy…

    Enjoy all the ‘good news’ on the banana republic front, clown.

    • Replies: @alwayswrite
    , @alwayswrite
  151. @Jazman

    Unfortunately it’s FB who’s delusional

    Every opportunity he has he uses to confirm the niche nature of the Russian economy,which frankly doesn’t impress me,after all i don’t really have much use for a nuclear attack submarine in my duck pond

    But seriously if you look at the data Russia really isn’t doing well,its rankings in competitiveness isn’t brilliant,it has an awful ranking for corruption and its economic complexity rating is terrible coming in at 44 place,although Wikipedia places it in 64 th place just ahead of Georgia!!!

    Russian GDP per capita is ranked 65th

    Russian GDP per capita growth is ranked in 81st over a ten year period 2009 – 2019

    All figures are in lovely US dollars 💲💲💲💲

    interestingly Ukrainians growth over the same period placed them 66th no wonder Ukraine chose to sign the trade agreement with the EU,who’d want to be stuck with Russia?

    • Replies: @FB
  152. FB says: • Website
    @alwayswrite

    Oh, and btw,

    As Napoleon said,’ never interrupt the enemy when He’s making a mistake ‘

    Russian army enters Paris, 1814.

    That turned out real well for the Little Emperor, didn’t it?

  153. @FB

    Blimey and right on cue there you go,more niche tech stuff,keep it coming you’ll soon run out of stuff though

    Oh and i think the Czechs has just cancelled their Russian reactor,so you’re little map isn’t really very up to date

    • Replies: @antibeast
  154. @FB

    But Russia isn’t building all those reactors,wink, wink

    Vladimir Slivyak, published a very interesting little report called

    ” Dreams and reality of Russian reactor export”

    Sounds like more oligarchy plunder and graft by Rosatom,anyway I’ll leave you to look that up,as they say,’ enjoy ‘

    • Troll: Mulga Mumblebrain
    • Replies: @FB
  155. @alwayswrite

    Your failure to respond to my implication that the US is a decadent cesspool incapable of developing working weapons systems means you’re the one who has conceded the argument.

    But about your seeming subliteracy: are you waging a private war against the English language or did you just flunk that remedial language skills class at the local community college? I’m genuinely curious.

    • Replies: @alwayswrite
  156. @The_seventh_shape

    Pinker is a Judeofascist racist for whom the killing of Iraqis, Palestinians, Syrians, Libyans, Afghans, etc are mere ‘collateral damage’.

    • Replies: @The_seventh_shape
  157. @Ray Caruso

    Why do you have an obsession with weapons?????

    You really do need to get up to speed on the Russian economy and it’s place in the world,hint it isn’t very good

    Russia is the cesspool, its a corporate fascist state,and like all such states in history it’ll fail

    My prediction is when Putin is dead,so maybe in about another 15- 20 years,although it could go pear shaped before then,as its election time in Russia or rather rubber stamp time for the Putin regime and obvious by now that Russia is a dictatorship,so why bother with an election????

    I’ll carry on murdering the english language because it upsets you,diddums,wink,wink!

    • Replies: @Ray Caruso
  158. antibeast says:
    @TG

    The rich wanted to move US industries to China not so much to counterbalance Russia, but because they stood to make so much money out of all that lovely cheap labor. And they did, and they do. For now…

    What US ‘industries’ are you talking about? Surely, you’re not talking about the auto industry, are you? Here’s a graph showing which country exports the most cars to the USA:

    As the auto industry is the mother of all manufacturing industries, its decline in the USA was caused by foreign imports from the top ten countries mentioned above which does NOT include China.

    US politicians always blame China for the decline of US industries but the facts show otherwise.

    • Agree: showmethereal
  159. antibeast says:
    @alwayswrite

    Over the last 20 years, Russia has become the world’s largest exporter of wheat, as shown in the graph below:

    Wheat ain’t ‘niche’, is it?

    • Replies: @alwayswrite
  160. FB says: • Website
    @alwayswrite

    Interesting. I looked up that paper and you might want to actually read it and tell us what it says.

    It’s not what you are hoping, unfortunately. The author seems to repeat several times how one particular infographic on Rosatom’s website shows an order portfolio of 36 NPPs, while another infographic on another part of the website shows 35. Woo-hoo! Stop the presses!

    In the report’s conclusion he writes:

    Of the 35 or 36 new reactors which Rosatom claims it is building in other countries, only 26 are covered by officially formalized deals, including the seven under active construction.

    No kidding? I guess that means that the other nine or ten that aren’t yet ‘formalized deals’ are never going to happen? Everyone is just going through the motions of negotiating these very complex deals, which actually take many years of preparation to even start construction, since there are many technical, environmental and feasibility issues that all need to get ironed out in any such huge multi-billion dollar project.

    Ordering and building a nuclear power plant is not like going to walmart and picking up a flat screen tv.

    And even if it does end up being only 26—that is still 26 more than the US!

    Also interesting. The forward to this ‘report’ is written by one Vladimir Milov, who gives his title as ‘former Deputy Energy Minister.’ And if you look him up in wikipedia, he was indeed a deputy energy minister, for a grand total of FIVE MONTHS, back in 2002, lol.

    Also in his wikipedia entry:

    Since 2016, Milov has been actively participating in Alexei Navalny’s presidential campaign. Milov was mentioned as one of the co-authors of Navalny’s platform that was published on December 13, 2017.

    Since October 19, 2019, Milov has been broadcasting a weekly program about international politics, Hugs With Dictators, on his YouTube channel.

    Hmm. Very interesting, no. I wonder which ‘foreign agency’ is paying these clowns to try to smear the world’s biggest nuclear energy company? In any case it is a complete nothingburger. So dig in and enjoy, lol!

    Btw, Rosatom has over 250,000 employees, the largest nuclear energy company in the world—and the most successful and offering the most advanced technology. By comparison, the US biggest nuclear company Westinghouse has 9,000 employees.

    Rosatom headquarters in Moscow

    So we see where some of those Russian engineering graduates are going—as well as into designing those world-leading military and civil aircraft, missiles and armaments, world-leading space technology, ship-building etc. Those are all very major industries, not ‘niches’.

    I wonder what you do for a living? [Besides barfing up trollish nonsense on Unz Review?] As an engineer I can tell you that you obviously have no technical education whatsoever. In fact, I would bet dollars to donuts that if I gave you a simple, one-sentence math problem you would be unable to solve it.

    Want to try?

    • Replies: @Jazman
    , @Jazman
  161. @antibeast

    Yes wheat is niche,your gragh shows the EU is much higher in exports, and yet wheat doesn’t even make the top one hundred most important trade exports of the EU,and those exports amount to, 6.2 trillion dollars of goods

    Heres Russian exports top ten as of 2020

    [MORE]

    Crude oil ( down 40% at but earning 72 billion dollars)
    Processed petroleum oil
    Unwrought gold
    Coal
    Wheat ( wheat up 25% earning 7.9 billion dollars )
    Unwrought platinum
    Petroleum gases
    Iron or non alloy steel products
    Refined copper
    Sawn wood

    It’s not exactly inspiring is it!

    I won’t bother with the EU top exports because it’s just more embarrassing for Russia,oh and all it’s best in the world engineers

    Russia has a trade deficit in the following goods amounting to 43 billion dollars,

    Phones and smart phones
    Automobile parts and accessories
    Medication mixes
    Computers/ optical readers
    Cars
    Blood fractions
    Temperature change machines
    Electro medical equipment
    taps,valves and similar appliances
    Electrical water heaters

    We could go into a further and detailed break down in those deficit area’s like computers,integrated circuits and electronics,but again it’d just be embarrassing and rather humiliating for the Russians

    Russias major export companies are all either gas,oil or mining with only one bank and one chemical company in the top ten basically all either state owned or answerable to Putin!

    So can someone please tell me where all those fabulous engineers work,certainly not in the deficit side of things,which only means either defence,oil/gas/mining,atomic energy,which you can see isn’t even a major export industry ,but forgive me i forgot Russians make hypersonic wiz bangs!

  162. Jazman says:
    @FB

    Thank you FB for such a great answer . I am dealing with people on daily basis talking shit against Russian space program and even Russian libtards cheering for Elon Conman, funny thing is Elon Musk Space program is stronger then whole Russia lol
    Recently I met guy who said he is engineer and can you imagine people measure nation strength regarding space by number of launches so let say if India has more then 17 launches that mean stronger then Russia 🙂
    Also rocket technology is crucial part of space program mostly idiots compare rockets to V2 and shiny tablet in SpaceX crew dragon is all about .

  163. Jazman says:
    @FB

    Milov is same kind of traitor like Pavel Luzin just follow the for who they are writing articles plus Analny support tell us all we need to know

  164. @Mulga Mumblebrain

    That might be true, and I’d be interested in seeing your grounds for that, but it’s kind of an ad hominem argument and besides the point here. To live without government is to be at the mercy of bandits and marauders, as what happened recently in places like the Congo and Sierra Leon when the state collapsed.

  165. FB says: • Website
    @alwayswrite

    Look, you cite a lot of crap without giving any sources. Russia’s economy is among the five biggest in the world:

    In fact, revised figures since Covid show Russia has moved ahead of Germany.

    In many ways, Russia’s economy is much larger than these simple measures. For instance, the amount of energy an economy consumes is an important indicator of economic activity [both electrical and petroleum and other energy]. By this measure Russia’s economy is much larger.

    In fact energy use in the US has flatlined for more than ten years now, implying very little real growth in economic activity. Basd on this, and other factors, some economists argue that the real US GDP is less than half of what the ‘statistics’ imply.

    A big factor is debt, which actually counts as GDP. The more borrowing that is going on an economy, the higher the GDP. This is because new money can only come into being as a debt to someone—either to a government, a corporation or an individual. The US is the most indebted nation in the world by far, while using energy at a rate that is a fraction of its supposed economic activity.

    Real economists like Michael Hudson show that the entire financial sector is actually a net negative on the real economy, since it is EXTRACTIVE—unlike production which is the real economy.

    Like I already said, the US is living on borrowed time. It is still able to stay afloat only because the Chinese accept US dollars, which they cannot spend in China, so they must invest those dollars in US government debt, aka Treasury Bills. That’s the only thing keeping Ponzi US solvent.

    As soon as that ends, and it certainly will—all throughout history every country has demanded either its own money for its exports, or gold or silver. In the 19’th century Britain bankrupted itself by buying massive amounts of tea, porcelain and silk from China, which only took silver. The British had no silver and had to get it from Argentina, then the world’s biggest silver producer. That’s why the British started the opium wars against China, to force them to take opium that the British grew on their colonial plantations in India.

    So you see, these tricks only last so long. China’s economy already dwarfs that of the US—it’s industrial output is many times bigger. Russia’s industrial output is very big also, and it has almost no debt. Plus it is a self-sufficient economy, imports and exports only make up between 10 and 15 percent.

    The same is true for China, exports are only about 10 percent of the economy, and most exports actually go to other Asian countries and the EU, so they hardly need the US market. They will fold the US Ponzi Economy as neatly as a cardboard box from UPS when they choose to.

    And just to set the record straight about Russian exports:

    —Russia’s Top Exports

    We see that Machinery and computers is actually in the top five, but completely missing from your make-believe list.

    Another major export is armaments, which is a huge industry for all major industrial countries.

    The US is not ahead by much, considering its large captive market with the Nato countries:

    [MORE]

    —The top ten arms exporting countries in 2018

    So we see that your narrative is just wall-to-wall bullshit. You have never actually been to Russia, but keep insulting the entire country like some sort of retard. I have been there many times, and its cities look like gems compared to US cities that look more like Mogadishu.

    Nothing but filth, crime and crumbling infrastructure. By any measure most US inner-city urban centers are third-world standard. Vast armies of homeless people, which are practically nonexistent in Russia.

    Even many working people have to live in their car because they can’t afford rent. Here’s a German Documentary:

    here’s the Moscow subway:

    here’s the New York Subway:

    No wonder Russia has an immigrant population of 12 million. It is an attractive and very livable country. It has great education, a vibrant cultural life and a solid economy with decent living standards for ALL its citizens.

    The US is obsessed with Russia because of the most common reason for such behavior: ENVY.

    As for complete retards like yourself…well who knows what your story is. I have already pegged you for an uneducated person of low socio-economic standing. You spend all your time here badmouthing and hurling brickbats, which itself is a sure indicator of an unpleasant person who lacks achievement.

    Good luck going forward, and I hope you can pull yourself up and improve your lot in life.

    • Replies: @alwayswrite
  166. Hahahahahaha,brilliant,I’ll see you once Russia collapses,again just like it has in the past,twice!

    Please tell me you’re Russian,at least then I’ll be able to understand your defence of a corporate fascist state run by a delusional dictator pygmy

  167. @FB

    Oh,and one other thing,your link about the Russian economy top ten,well if you scroll down you’ll see exactly the same figures i used,so please, be a good chap and also show those,or do i have to witness more of your cherry picking BS

    • Replies: @FB
  168. FB says: • Website
    @alwayswrite

    You just can’t help yourself from trying to skew and twist information can you?

    The link I gave for Russia’s top ten exports is indeed THE TOP TEN EXPORTS, which is why it is at the top of the page.

    It is you who is trying to pull a fast one by choosing the top ten from a list of the TOP ONE HUNDRED products, which is not valid…because the list of the top ten is is in broad categories that include numerous items listed in that narrower list of 100 products.

    For instance in number 18, we see turbojet engine exports worth two billion dollars. [btw how many turbojet engines does Ireland export?]

    In number 28 we see a billion dollars worth of rubber tires, also cars at number 32, nuclear reactors, automobile parts and accessories etc. All of those kinds of particular things are grouped into the broader heading at the top of the page.

    Anyway, I am truly interested to hear about your ‘occupation’ [perhaps this is it…getting paid by the nickel to write stuff on the internet?]

    And here’s a fun fact for you: most of the troll farms and bot operations in the US are run by prison labor. As are the telemarketing and even customer support services. These are actually a substantial business.

    Another possibility is India. Here’s a Newsweek investigation in today’s issue:

    —Joe Biden, Kamala Harris Got a Big Social Media Boost from Indian Troll Farms

    Another investigation into troll farms by reporter Patrick Heningsen here.

    Why don’t you tell us a little about how that works from an insider perspective? I’m sure a lot of folks here would be very interested in that.

  169. Oh no not Patrick Heningsen!

    he’s always on that Brit site,UK column,a bunch of loons who believe in child Satan cults who eat children in burger restaurants,honestly is that the best you can do,also didn’t he publish some daft stuff about the moon landings been a hoax on that silly website you’ve encouraged me to visit

    Anyway he’s always on RT kremlin propaganda channel,so basically a totally unreliable source

    I’m glad you’ve finally demonstrated the niche value of Russian nuclear industry,and i did like the whole 5th columnist stuff about Milov,talk about paranoid,no wonder you read BS by Heningsen

    • Replies: @FB
  170. FB says: • Website
    @alwayswrite

    Care to comment on the same India troll farm story in NEWSWEEK?

    They mention a ‘sock puppet sweatshop.’

    Four of his employees, young men who live in the neighborhood, take their stations at long desks that line two walls of the tiny shop, and open up task sheets assigned to them.

    A Google Doc tells each one of them who to follow, who to retweet, what to retweet and what comments to leave on specific posts.

    Using aliases—each worker controls several hundred—they schedule tweets, check engagement stats and, at the close of their shifts, fill up a spreadsheet with their analytics from the previous day.

    Fascinating. Several hundred sock puppet accounts per worker. Man that sounds like a very full day for you guys.

    How much do you actually make? The Newsweek reporter says they didn’t want to give specific numbers.

    He declined to share specific financial details: “I won’t tell you how much we make, but what I will tell you is this setup is feeding all our families. And I don’t have to ever worry about a roof on my head or about paying my children’s’ school fees.”

    Doesn’t sound like a bad deal—at least for India. Of course if you’re working from inside a US state prison, you already get three squares a day, so even a little bit of coin is just gravy?

    Anyway, please do tell us more—if you are at liberty to do so.

    • Replies: @alwayswrite
    , @Ray Caruso
  171. @alwayswrite

    “all the Chinese have done is take Russian tech and built it themselves,which is what They’ve been doing for decades,so now they can build this stuff themselves,so no need for all those Russian engineers anymore,and yet another reduction in Russian exports,”

    Well China has it’s own nuclear power plant tech – but yet it still is collaborating with Russia… So seems you are simply wrong. There really can be something called “mutually beneficial trade”.

    Just today:

    https://news.cgtn.com/news/2021-05-18/Xi-Putin-to-witness-groundbreaking-ceremony-of-nuclear-energy-project-10maYOLrIIg/index.html

    • Replies: @alwayswrite
  172. @FB

    If only you could engineer yourself some common sense,but i think I’ll be waiting a long time

    Anyway are you ex Soviet citizen,or Russian,you never did tell me

  173. @showmethereal

    CGTN very glossy communist propaganda,with Chinese characteristic,as the great leader would say

    Yup fully familiar with your propaganda channel,it’s actually much better than the Kremlin version,at least the Chinese look like they have something positive to offer unlike the endlessly depressing BS propaganda of the Kremlin,which you’ll note never tells it’s international audiences anything about Russia….i wonder why????

    Here’s an example,after the tragic shootings in kazan last week RT international could only manage two stories and they weren’t front page news but tucked away in the Russian section,ok the BBC had front page coverage about this,plus it was the second most read article 24hrs after,which proves RT isn’t a real news channel,i mean they dont even give you basic stuff like Russian weather! CGTN does Hahahahahaha

    One other thing,i don’t think Putin has even bothered to visit the families,you’d think he would since its election time in Russia, most normal politicians would,but then Putin is a dictator and not a normal politician, so he doesn’t need to go anywhere,instead he hides in his anti covid bunker

    • Troll: showmethereal
    • Replies: @showmethereal
  174. @alwayswrite

    Russia is a real nation; the US is a “diversity” zoo. Nations endure; “diversity” zoos descend into chaos. Democracy, not nationalism, is what always fails. In point of fact, how could it more obvious that the US regime is failing? I suppose your fake president could take a shit during one of his scripted press conferences instead of into his adult diapers, as usual. If he does, all the liberal cockroach “reporters” will praise him for “humanizing the presidency”. Moreover, one only has to look at the trend to see I’m right. Since its low point in the 1990s, when they made the mistake of listening to the (((Chicago Boys))) from America, Russia has become stronger. In the same time period, the US has deteriorated into a cesspool. Your failure to understand all of this shows that you are even less historically literate than you are literate.

  175. @FB

    I would say alwayswrite is just a dumb, subliterate American who is in denial about the fact his country is an ever-more-stinking cesspool. Sadly, I have a brother-in-law who’s rather similar, and the fact he’s a lawyer says much about the quality of American universities, which they claim to be the best in the world.

  176. Anon[229] • Disclaimer says:
    @RoatanBill

    A regular, low resolution populous sentiment. People need rulers. Without them the common folk are naked.

    The world is highly complex and competitive. Human capabilities are not uniformly distributed. Neither are the natural resources, nor the objects of desire common to all men.

    Leaders can be more or less exploitive of their power. This is why perhaps THE central question a nation, society, or People face is how their leadership class is cultivated and chosen.

    Unz’s Myth of Meritocracy, as well as many other pieces here, is primarily addressed to this challenge.

  177. @alwayswrite

    What does your comment about news casts have to do with anything??? Are you claiming that was fake and that Russia and China didn’t commence an agreement for 4 Russian developed nuclear reactors – even though China has it’s own self developed nuclear reactors now (though based off former work with France)? Are you denying that Russia and China know how to have mutually beneficial trade and development rather than “winner take all” that “western society” does?

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