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With the exception of his perseverance in a long overdue withdrawal from Afghanistan, President Joe Biden has been assiduously pursuing policies that make the world a more dangerous place for Americans, up to and including opening up the country’s southern border to waves of illegal immigration. Ironically, if an opinion poll were to be taken in the United States it would likely show that most respondents regard the Republicans as America’s designated conflict-friendly party based on the fact that the GOP is considered to be more “conservative” and therefore more likely to resort to force. But that assumption is not actually true as the Republican Party historically has been reluctant to embrace foreign engagements while presidents like Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush and even Donald Trump were measured in their responses to developing international crisis situations. Trump, for all his aggressive language and several missteps, actually started no new wars and may even have been genuine in his desire to extricate from foreign conflicts only to be circumvented by his advisers and the entrenched government bureaucracy. He was widely condemned as a “Putin puppet” even though the bilateral relationship actually worsened during his time in office due to his inability to overcome the Establishment forces lined up against him.

Historically speaking, it is the Democrats who can be credited with conniving to enter both the First and Second World Wars while more recently entering into wars that served absolutely no national interest in places like Libya and Syria. They can also get credit for increasing the use of one-off cruise missile attacks supplemented by terrorism-like tactics that might reasonably be construed as war crimes, to include killing civilians using drones based solely on the target fitting a “profile.”

It might be reasonably argued that Washington has only one really important bilateral relationship and that is with Russia since Moscow alone has the capability to destroy the United States. There too it was the Democrats who seemingly deliberately sought to turn a post-Cold War reconstruction of Russia into a looting of the country’s natural resources combined with an encroachment of NATO right up to the Russian border, both initiated and implemented under Bill Clinton. The relationship has been suffering ever since, nearly leading to war when Barack Obama’s Administration spend $5 billion overthrowing a government friendly to Russia in Kiev in 2014. Russia has repeatedly claimed, not without some justification, that successive American administrations have continued that process, using various means to undermine and replace the Putin government.

The Democrats also were the driving force behind the Magnitsky Act, which was sponsored by Russia-phobic Senator Ben Cardin and signed by President Barack Obama in 2012. Using the Act, the US asserted its willingness to punish foreign governments, particularly Russia, using sanctions and other means for claimed violations of human rights. Russia reacted angrily, noting that the actions taken by its government internally, notably the operation of its judiciary, were being subjected to outside interference. It reciprocated with sanctions against US officials as well as by increasing pressure on foreign non-governmental pro-democracy groups and western media operating in Russia, which meant that the Act was actually counter-productive. Tension between Moscow and Washington increased considerably as a result and Congress subsequently approved a so-called Global Magnitsky Act as part of the 2016 annual defense appropriation bill. It expanded the use of sanctions and other punitive measures against regimes guilty of egregious human rights abuses though it has never been applied against well documented serial human rights violators like Saudi Arabia and Israel. It was also sponsored by Senator Ben Cardin and was clearly intended to threaten Russia.

More recently there has been the totally fabricated Russiagate that was intended to place the blame for Hillary Clinton’s defeat by Donald Trump on the Kremlin and Russian President Vladimir Putin. And the pro-Democratic Party media has been working hard to come up with other “news” pieces that depict Moscow as the enemy du jour, including the now discredited claim that the Kremlin has been paying Afghan fighters “bounties” to kill American soldiers.

Now Joe Biden is preparing to meet with Vladimir Putin in Geneva on June 16th and the prospects are not good even if one discounts Biden’s having labeled Putin as a “killer” lacking “soul” as little more than hyperbole. The meeting was requested after a phone call to Putin arranged by Biden in April, at a particularly tense moment when Ukraine was threatening to retake the Crimea from Russia, using its supply of lethal weaponry from the United States to do the job. Washington and the NATO alliance also declared that their support for Kiev was “unwavering” even though they recognized that Ukraine would have little to no chance of defeating the Russian army. The Kremlin responded to the threat by rushing troops to its border and the US sent warships to Turkey to enter the Black Sea, though it quickly withdrew them when Putin made clear that their appearance offshore of Russian territory would be considered a major provocation.

Some rational voices in the US government are, however, prepared to step back from the precipice. William Burns, currently Director of the CIA and Ambassador to Russia under George W. Bush, reported concisely how Moscow viewed the Ukraine situation. He observed in a cable entitled “NYET MEANS NYET: RUSSIA’S NATO ENLARGEMENT REDLINES” that “Russia would view further eastward expansion as a potential military threat. NATO enlargement, particularly to Ukraine, remains ‘an emotional and neuralgic’ issue for Russia…” But even the New York Times is having difficulty in finding a positive outcome that will result in better “management” of the bilateral relationship, reporting that “The meeting comes at the worst point in Russian-American relations since the fall of the Soviet Union about 30 years ago.”

To be sure the spin surrounding the meeting has been intense, with the US media running stories about new cyberattacks on America’s infrastructure, attributing them to Russia with scant evidence, while Putin responded by declaring publicly that he does not expect any breakthroughs, observing that the fractured bilateral relationship has unfortunately become “hostage to internal political processes in the United States itself.” Putin has said repeatedly that he wants his country to be treated with respect by a US that perversely perceives itself as “an exceptional nation, with special, exclusive rights to practically the entire world…I cannot go along with that.”

Biden for his part is also piling on the rhetoric, pledging that he will “stand up to Putin…from a position of strength.” Upon arrival in Britain at the start of his European trip, where he is desperately seeking to be relevant, he pledged to strengthen ties with America’s allies, an interesting objective as it has been recently revealed that the US has been aggressively spying on its closest friends in Europe. He also warned Russia that it will suffer “robust and meaningful” consequences if it engages in “harmful activities.” It was not a good starting point for a meeting intended to establish a modus vivendi between two adversaries. And there is additional noise coming from the Democrats. Former CIA Senior Russia Analyst Ray McGovern asks whether Democratic Party “Representative Jason Crow, really believe[s] that ‘Vladimir Putin wakes up every morning and goes to bed every night trying to figure out how to destroy American democracy.’ And what does Speaker Nancy Pelosi mean exactly, as she keeps repeating ‘All roads lead to Putin’? Are we correctly informed that Hillary Clinton suggested President Putin was giving President Trump instructions on January 6th as [the] Capitol building was attacked?”

The most recent hint of what Biden will want to discuss to make points with the media is that it will be heavy on “human rights,” which is, of course, the issue to raise when all else fails. Human rights means Magnitsky-plus and the subject of imprisoned Russian dissident Alexei Navalny, who is likely an agent of both the CIA and a number of other western intelligence agencies, will undoubtedly come up. That suggests that Washington will yet again be seeking to interfere with Russian internal politics, which will in turn mean that the discussion will go nowhere.

The Times and some other analysts speculate in somewhat positive terms that the meeting might actually be mostly about establishing channels of communication that will enable the two countries to deal confidently with each other, closing the door on any possible surprises that might inadvertently lead to war. Putin has said that he is prepared to “work with Biden” while both Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan have indicated that that will be looking for areas of agreement, to start relations moving in the right direction. If so, it will of necessity avoid any detailed discussions of Ukraine and Syria, where the US and Russia have opposing views, though in both those cases it might benefit from some clarification of where the “red lines” are for the two sides. Areas that are likely to be common ground might well include climate change and combatting COVID and it is hoped that those areas of agreement might lead to other lines of communication.

Sergei Lavrov has in fact to a certain extent set the tone for the gathering, complimenting the US foreign policy team of Secretary of State Toni Blinken and Jake Sullivan for communicating “frankly” and “respectfully” at previous meetings in Reykjavik and Anchorage. Lavrov also made clear that the Biden people, though sure to be highly critical of Russia, might be expected to be more predictable than the Trump rotating cast of characters at cabinet level who frequently contradicted themselves.

But all of that said, it is highly unlikely that Biden will try to mitigate the major irritants between the two countries, even though that is what he has promised to do, because that would mean treating Russia as an equal. Of prime importance are the disagreements that could lead to war, including future status of Ukraine and also Georgia, the bump in the road caused by the current situation in Belarus, and the role of Russia in the Middle East. Biden will also lean heavily on the cybersecurity issue as that is currently popular in the media, but as Putin has already denied any Russian hand in the hacking that discussion is likely to go nowhere. Likewise, any claims that Moscow interfered yet again in US politics during the 2020 election will only poison the discussion.

At the end of the day, the hostility of the Democratic Party towards Russia, which has been festering ever since 2016, will prevail and it is likely that nothing dramatic will come out of the meeting of the two presidents. It is clearly in the United States’ national interest to disengage from those areas like Ukraine which Russia sees as vital and which are of no value to the US, but it is unlikely that Biden or any of his closest advisers can see that far. The Democratic Party in power and controlling both houses of Congress as well as the presidency can only be relied upon to deal with any developing crisis involving Russia with a heavy hand.

Philip M. Giraldi, Ph.D., is Executive Director of the Council for the National Interest, a 501(c)3 tax deductible educational foundation (Federal ID Number #52-1739023) that seeks a more interests-based U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East. Website is address is P.O. Box 2157, Purcellville VA 20134 and its email is [email protected]

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  1. The chief products and exports of America are usury, sodomy, transgenderism and abortion and it is now fully controlled by an unelected junta of Talmudic fifth columnists cracking the whip on a dying and fractured melting pot of filth.

    God has removed his protective hand from the country and what you are witnessing is what happens when Satan is allowed to run amok. And it’s only going to get more bizarre from here.

    Putin is the leader of a newly resurgent Christian country – homogeneous, shared history, tradition, values and culture – the underpinnings of a safe and successful society. If I were in his place I doubt I would have even agreed to the meeting with Biden – he controls nothing and can barely read a teleprompter at this point.

    Nobody needs to attack or invade what’s left of America – the ‘Judeo-Christians’ seem to be finishing the job quite nicely.

  2. @Darren Kelama

    You nailed it.

    Biden’s “Russiaphobia” is simply butthurt jews angry that they got their sorry asses kicked out.

    Whether some oligarchs remain….at least Russia is following a path of sanity….whereas America is being led by a cult of degenerate weirdos.

    • Agree: Kolya Krassotkin, Rurik, Ace
    • Replies: @Leo Den
  3. @Darren Kelama

    Agree with your post, however, you forgot feminism and the women’s rights movement in the opening sentence.

    The Talmudics have a huge army of Shabbos goys, covering the whole political and economic spectrum. They will squeeze every last drop out of America, with the help of those treasonous non-Jew Zionists, and then leave when it begins to disintegrate.

    • Replies: @Richard B
  4. Anonymous[409] • Disclaimer says:

    I suppose the best that can be hoped for at the Summit is that Wacko Joe Biden has a complete mental breakdown before the world’s public, subsequently causing the warmongering American international agenda to be widely discredited, especially amongst all those locked and loaded NATO countries just waiting for Joe’s orders to march on Moscow and St. Petersburg. If the State Department does not have Wacko Joe sedated for his performance the man seems crazy enough to take an actual poke at Putin. What an event that would be: The WWE comes to Geneva! Just look at Joe’s eyes in practically any photo or video: he’s glaring in anger most of the time, even if he cannot coherently express his latest beef in words. Putin just won’t get off his precious lawn.

    • Agree: Old and Grumpy
    • Replies: @frankie p
  5. JimDandy says:

    Russia is the big obstacle standing in the way of the Neocons’ goals of total hegemony for Israel in the Middle East. Is there a lot more beyond this that needs to be said?

  6. Agreed that Marcion’s theological views were the doctrinal basis of the First New Testament written in the 140’s and that “Judeo-Christianity” is a both a historically bogus concept and a weaponized word used by the subversive Christian Zionist movement that helped to shut down Lindberg’s America First Movement, get the U.S. into WW II, establish America’s Zionist Occupied Government (ZOG), fund the war crimes of Israel Rothschilds’ Frankenstein Monster, and threaten WW III against Russia. However, Marcion’s variation on Christianity is no more historically true than the established versions. Nor is it the theological basis of modern Russia’s christian orthodox church or the theological agenda of the First Bible Network which rejects the Marcionite gnostic concept of of a spiritual “Christ” and carnalize it into the historical fiction of a First Century Jesus.

    Chuck the Old Testament? An Early Christian Who May Have Had a Good Idea

    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  7. Russophobia ? Newspeak displaces Oldspeak with it’s doubleplusgood bellyfeel, plusgood thought, tripleplusungood thoughtcrime, quadrupleplusgood statebellyfeel. Good work Comrad Giraldi.

    • Troll: Ace
  8. Capital’s only loyalty is to CAPITAL.
    Marks and Lenin are ROF, regardless of their “eternal” resting destinations.
    As Mr.Putin correctly described Biden, he is career politician or purveyor of smoke und mirrors.
    He just needs more “time”.

  9. Aglan says:

    Slowly but surely, the scenario predicted by the Fatima prophecy of 1917 is unfolding before our very eyes. I myself never imagined that the “errors of Russia” would spread to the United States under the guise of “political correctness”, but it’s happened. The neo-Bolsheviks have even succeeded in hijacking the American presidency!

    Only this prayer will bring lasting peace:

    “Lord Jesus Christ, Son of the Father, send now Your Spirit over the earth.

    Let the Holy Spirit live in the hearts of all nations, that they may be preserved from degeneration, disaster and war.

    May the Lady of All Nations, who once was Mary, be our Advocate.


    FYI: exactly ten years before communism came to an end in Eastern Europe in 1989, Pope John-Paul II made the following invocation during an outdoor Mass in Warsaw (June 2nd 1979):

    “And I cry — I who am a Son of the land of Poland and who am also Pope John Paul II — I cry from all the depths of this Millennium, I cry on the vigil of Pentecost:

    Let your Spirit descend.
    Let your Spirit descend,
    and renew the face of the earth,
    the face of this land.


    • Replies: @GomezAdddams
  10. @Darren Kelama

    Indeed. When someone babbles “God bless America” all I can say is, “Why should he?” Look around… What’s there to “bless” with so much evil engaged in and encouraged!

    • Agree: tyrone
    • Replies: @John Q Duped
    , @Daniel Rich
  11. anonymous[139] • Disclaimer says:

    It’s not clear what Biden thinks this meeting will accomplish. So far it’s been all show biz and hype for the masses. He’ll show Putin how tough he is? What’s the real agenda? He’ll tell Putin how he can cash in with the global warming scam and make some money? Try to turn him against China? Perhaps it’s just to make Biden look like a statesman since he’s been so carefully stage-managed. Putin is a man of substance who can only sneer at this fraudulent clown.

  12. While, technically speaking, these days a russian president doesn’t really have to talk with the americans, let’s not forget that before becoming an Acting president in 1999, Vladimir Vladimirovitch was the Chairman of FSB (the russian equivalent of FBI), and before that – a field intelligence operative, stationed in East Berlin.

    A trained intelligence operative could obtain a very useful information when speaking directly to ab opponent – not just by what the said opponent says, but also how he says it and, more importantly, what the opponent omits. In other words, the only practical reason for Vladimir Valdimirovitch to agree to such a meeting is to take a measurement of the Sleepy Joe, vis-a-vis.

    As for those, who believe that this meeting is some kind of sinister plot to assassinate VVP – well, aside from making him a martyr, the assassination of a foreign head of state is a casus belli. And unlike Lybia and Iraq, Russia have enough conventional weaponry to return the US back to the stone age, even without nuclear escalation (which, once the missiles start flying, shall happen anyway). And I don’t think that even the US Deep State is so stupid or suicidal.

  13. Anonymous[304] • Disclaimer says:

    Memo to the U.S. government: Stop. Just stop.

    • Agree: HVM
  14. anonymous[124] • Disclaimer says:

    Everything you said stands even if you don’t invoke God. America, as we were always warned, is destroying itself from within. I just hope we don’t take the rest of the world with us out of irrationality and frustration.

  15. Miro23 says:

    The meeting is US/Russia but the background is probably China.

    Biden (or rather his backers) can see that the US can’t control the rise of China using their usual tools . The situation just gets worse over time due to China having the industries/trade, number of STEM graduates and their political decision to exclude the ZioGlob/Davos/hedge fund elite + their media and general western wokism.

    The only option for the US criminal elite seems to be to hit China militarily, the same as they did Iraq and Libya when they moved to abandon oil pricing in US dollars.

    Doing that calculation, the US should be able to defeat China with conventional arms in the South China Sea, using some pretext/false flag or other with the security of knowing that China won’t escalate given the overwhelming US dominance in long range nuclear ballistic missiles.

    Net result that a defeated China is forcefully incorporated in the Jewish New World Order (with all Gentile casualties – too bad).

    From the Russian side, the nuclear angle is so vastly dangerous that Putin will almost certainly keep out of it (what Biden will probably request or bribe Russia to do) or at most Russia can help correct some of China’s military deficiencies in some covert way.

    The South China Sea looks like what the WW2 German army would have called a Schwerpunkt.

  16. moi says:

    The term “Judaeo-Christian” is an oxymoron.

    • Replies: @Annacat
    , @Allan
  17. From the very start of the Putin era, I have noticed the over-the-top vitriol spewed his way by the Jewish element in the American editorial class. Putin has noticed too, of course. In a speech he gave in Russia about a year ago to a large respectful audience of what appeared to be high-ranking officials, he said extemporaneously that there were elements in the United States that desire war between the United States and Russia, these elements, believe it or not, were willing to sacrifice Israel itself to accomplish that goal, he said.

    That’s a remarkable thing to say, but given the belligerent stupidity of our treatment of Russia, he must be right.

    • Replies: @ebear
    , @Anon
  18. Anon[159] • Disclaimer says:



    The puppets under the left and right hands of the Jew Master.

    Phil knows this. So why pretend otherwise?

    • Agree: HVM
  19. Why do commenters have to bring god into the ocassion? If there were such a thing as a divine being he has been a pretty shabby performer. But I suppose any country that still uses imperial measurement systems remains backward enough to not be able to reason themselves out of the dark ages.

    • Agree: Realist
    • Replies: @Theone
    , @Sollipsist
    , @Ace
  20. “81 million” voting for this POS, who was hidden from voters until the debates, is a mythical number rivaling “6 million.”

    Peepads’ puppet-masters are fomenting chaos to distract from the election fraud, including universally-disliked Kneepads’ cackling around.


  21. Basically G.I. Joe Biden flinched relative to President Putin’s response to a new Donbass offensive by the Ukrainian lackies…which would have meant a nuclear strike against the west.

    Putin is allowing G.I. Joe B. to save face, while solidifying the position of the New Silk Road “Survivor’s Club”, which was the strategic physical economy architecture of Lyndon LaRouche, relative to the collapse function of the bankrupt financial oligarchy of the west.

    We are not out of thermonuclear war danger as G.I. Joe B. is an insane racist murderer projecting his psychological reality on to others, as evidenced by the “Putin is a killer” jab by G.I Joe B.

    Putin’s responded, now what months later is classic-

    So, as far as harsh rhetoric [goes], I think that this is an expression of overall US culture… There are some underlying deep things in Hollywood. Macho. Which can be treated as cinematic art, but that is part of US political culture where it’s considered normal. By the way, not here, it is not considered normal here.

    G.I. Joe will try to strut away from the meeting with his depends soiled, to go home to continue his projections against America and Americans…but lacking the blame Russia card…as the votes are counted in Arizona!

  22. Laurent says:

    Firstly I would like to say that the republicans started a war in Irak in 1991, in Afghanistan in 2001 and in Irak again in 2003. Moreover the Republicans did nothing to improve anything by putting sanctions on Russia bombing Syria killing soleimani and withdrawing from the INF treaty. So once again I would argue that the differences between democrats and Republicans in foreign policy remain to be seen.

    Secondly there is an enormous danger that this article seems to ignore. If this summit fails it will make things much worse.

    Let me ask you something what happens when two countries have radically different views on a vast array of topics and no chance to find a compromise through negociations?

    If this summit fails it will be another demonstration that talking is a waste of time.
    So what will happen?

    Russia will think that there is nothing to expect from the west so Russia will increase its partnership with China.
    The US sees that partnership as an exitensial threat and the the US will react with more rhetoric more threats more sanctions and more provocations.
    Russia and China will react accordingly and defusing tensions will be extremely difficult because talking is a waste of time and Russia and China do not trust the US in any way.

    If this summit is a failure we will see an escalation which will make things even worse than totay. Provocations can lead to misunderstandings which could lead to war.

    So if this summit will fail it will “succeed” in only one thing: making war more likely.

    • Replies: @Ace
    , @RoatanBill
  23. Both Joe “I am a Zionist” Biden and Donald רמת טראמפ Trump are shabby goyishe jootools plunked into the O-O because their cabalistic masters such as 98 year-old KinkHenKi and 76 year-old billionaire Haim Saban need completely controllable stooges to mask the even more grotesque features of JAR [the JewAmerican Regime] or JAPE for “–Planetary Empire”.

    The glare of JL*–911 finally revealed to us the NAGIM [Normal, Alias “Gentile” IMmensity] that the 1963 Dallas Jack Whack had been the all-time biggest Jew coup d’etat [*=”Jewish Lightning”]. The frazzling of the ridiculous official OBL-19Arab cover story with its resulting 7-digit murdered victims in greater MENA has led to the latest global BBOP or “Big Black Op” called (if only by me, so far) the “juflu”. The two cosmic torches illuminating the craven character of JAR are the body count of GM’14 [Gaza Massacre] versus the U.S. Congress rewarding Israel therefor with scores of billion$ in extra tribute and unique ceremonial honors [3/3/2015] for the kosher kiddie-killer in chief, now at last removed as PM after 12 years.

    Pending getting ourselves together to make the great revolution to enforce that law which serves justice only, will the reader pray care to take both inspiration and resolution from gazing into innocent eyes which are now looking down on her [or] from Heaven?

    Earlier TOD or “This Old Dog” succeeded in posting to another Giraldi thread 3 photos of Yara El-Farra, 8, of Mariam Mohammad Odah, 3, and of Mena Eyad Fathi, 2. Now they have disappeared therefrom. Although in GM’s ’14 & ’21 the Jews under Netanyahu and their hirelings like Biden, Lindsey Graham & Nancy Pelosi murdered all three of them, we can still invite into our homes their spirits. I can try again:


  24. Herald says:

    In the unlikely event that the US beats China in a conventional war in China’s massively defended backyard, then Russia would know for certain that it would be next. Russia just could not afford to stay on the sidelines in a real US/China war.

  25. geokat62 says:

    Former CIA Senior Russia Analyst Ray McGovern asks whether Democratic Party “Representative Jason Crow, really believe[s] that ‘Vladimir Putin wakes up every morning and goes to bed every night trying to figure out how to destroy American democracy.’

    Putin trying to destroy American democracy? As most know by now, that job was duly achieved by the Talmudic fifth columnists.

    And what does Speaker Nancy Pelosi mean exactly, as she keeps repeating ‘All roads lead to Putin’?

    Contra “the Capitol can crumble” Pelosi, all roads lead to the Talmudic fifth columnists. They’re the ones who wield tremendous power.

    It is clearly in the United States’ national interest to disengage from those areas like Ukraine which Russia sees as vital and which are of no value to the US, but it is unlikely that Biden or any of his closest advisers can see that far.

    Although it may not be in America’s interest, putting pressure on Putin in Ukraine – as leverage against Russia’s involvement in Syria – is definitely in the interest of the villa in the jungle. Hence what’s in the villa’s interests is ipso facto deemed in America’s interests.

    • Agree: Kolya Krassotkin
  26. tyrone says:
    @George Kovachev

    ” take a measurement of Sleepy Joe”……..let’s hope Putin has an understanding of senile dementia.

    • Replies: @frankie p
  27. Oh my God!!!!
    Biden is now showing all world that he is incompetent senile blabber, who has no clue about anything.
    But than he is proper leader for collapsing US empire.
    And CNN is now drowning in their own lies.
    I do hope that Putin will be gentle on this village idiot.

    • Thanks: CelestiaQuesta
  28. TGD says:

    An early evening tram ride through Geneva. Notice the diversity. This is the perfect location for the new headquarters of the UN. Also notice the number that is projected on the wind screen.

  29. Smith says:

    I don’t know why they even have this meeting.

    • Replies: @Zarathustra
  30. geokat62 says:

    They’ve got all the pieces in place to keep this deception going, ad infinitum.

    Guess who will be the next Republican nominee for POTUS in 2024?

    FL Gov. Ron DeSantis Signs 2 New Bills for

    • Replies: @Z-man
  31. BL says:

    Let’s simplify, and by doing so be exceedingly generous to those individuals and entities responsible for this sad and dangerous situation.

    When the Soviet Union collapsed, and with it the Warsaw Pact, the USG arrogated itself the credit. Yeltsin’s reelection and second term — a ‘Be Careful of What You Wish For (and engineer)’ for the USG if there ever was one — solidified an assumption that the USG has ever more delusional held to ever since: Assume that the successor state Russia doesn’t get its act together.

    You will note that “Who lost Russia?” is such world-historical f**k up, wholly owned by the US foreign policy and national security blob, it’s essentially verboten to even bring up.

    Now we have our own “Yeltsin” (1996-99) installed in the Oval Office. The “Biden” administration has made it clear its priority is purging and repressing its internal enemies, whom they label “domestic extremists” and we know as MAGA.

    It’s impossible to overstate how dangerous this situation is globally. Lots of bad things are bound to happen with the US in this condition. Especially since there doesn’t seem to be any price in the form of the American national interest those now back in power won’t pay to stay there and cover up their crimes.

    Common sense dictates that you ‘spend what it takes’ to keep every foreign power of note on team. Meaning with an unexpurgated beneficial interest in aiding your internal consolidation of power.

    And what does Speaker Nancy Pelosi mean exactly, as she keeps repeating ‘All roads lead to Putin’?

    She means Xi. I’m not kidding. Once you cut through all the arm-waving idealism, geopolitics is all about horse-trading. Though you need to keep your wits about you as to who is extracting what from whom.

    Trump had to go because he pursued the national interest and that of its citizenry. This just wouldn’t do for the “Exceptional Nation” crowd. For these Democrats, along with their allied RINO and NeoCon filth, the US had evolved beyond such crass objectives.

    It just also wouldn’t do that Trump told the world in real-time of his negotiations and objectives. Thus he insisted that China be included in any renegotiated START. “Biden” gifted China by extending this treaty with Russia for five years in return for . . . . [You tell me]. Ditto with Nord Stream 2. Indeed, that gift to Russia and Germany came with a bonus — the “Biden” administration’s detonation of the American energy industry, which meant the immediate end of the control over energy prices Trump had secured for the US by leveraging its unique role as the largest (or second largest) producer and consumer of oil and natural gas.

    I could go on but it’s early in the morning and I’m already sick to my stomach

  32. The Imperialist States of Amerikastan’s Mafia organisation NATO was just hooting and howling about “Russian provocations near NATO borders.” That’s an interesting thing. The Amerikastani imperialists apparently imagine that nobody notices that they’ve been expanding their Mafia organisation up to Russia’s own frontiers and holding aggressive military exercises there. Are they stupid or merely brain dead and evil?

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
    , @Robert Bruce
  33. gotmituns says:

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    Forgett’aboud Russophobia. Biden’s over the edge now. Pretty soon now, we’ll have the femail half-caste as president.

  34. gotmituns says:

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  35. Theone says:

    Murrka could not beat Lebanon and Afeganhistan,let alone a real army

  36. Theone says:
    @Ukraine Tiger

    Because he wants,leave you fake narcissistic ScIEnCe out of this.

  37. anonymous[404] • Disclaimer says:

    DCI Brennan and his handpicked weasels continuously vilified Trump as Russia’s nash traitor. DCI Haspel purged Trump with electoral fraud of unprecedented scale to install the perfect puppet ruler, the vegetable Biden. After CIA got nowhere with ten years of cowardly murderous ratfucks against Russia, it’s time to start pushing fat poors through the military meatgrinder, just like Nam, Syria, etc., etc. So of course, CIA gets a new hood ornament, the voice of reason DCI Burns, so CIA can say we told you so when NYC gets nuked.

    No one in the SCO is fooled by this Barber-type personality fixation. They know what the Langley command structure is. They know the US government is CIA, full stop. When CIA loses this war, Burns will be trembling in the dock at Khabarovsk with the rest of the NHB regime. Be careful you don’t end up queued up behind him as Langley’s Goebbels.

  38. ebear says:
    @Craig Nelsen

    “In a speech he gave in Russia about a year ago to a large respectful audience of what appeared to be high-ranking officials, he said extemporaneously that there were elements in the United States that desire war between the United States and Russia, these elements, believe it or not, were willing to sacrifice Israel itself to accomplish that goal, he said.”

    Reading between the lines, this looks like a message to Israel, and Russia has the means to carry it out. Since 2017 Tartus Naval Base in Syria has had nuclear submarines on station. That’s only 300 km from Tel Aviv. The message, while necessarily cryptic, should be clear enough. If Russia is attacked, Israel will disappear.

    • Agree: One-off
  39. Anon[242] • Disclaimer says:

    Here are some of my concerns. I don’t have a good grasp on Syria even though I have tried.

    Russia and Black Lives Matter

    Ukraine on Fire

    Colour revolution

    Manufacturing Consent for War

    Evolution of Donald Trump and the Mob

    All Org Charts

    Kremlin ‘Persecutes’ Historians to Toe Soviet-Era Line

    Hillary Emails Reveal True Motive for Libya Intervention

    Uranium One

  40. KA says:

    USA talks of summit with Russia but torpedoes it before even getting the thing started .

    While USA’s public, faceless GOP and blue colored canine democrats jibber ,threaten ,and accuse China of all sorts of mischievous antics to destroy USA ,USA’s money loving rulers quietly allow China to sponge all the printed dollars and return to the treasury to service murder, mayhem ,welfare, and Wall Street (stock ) .

    America is really in a Schizophrenic condition . A split reality . Trying to address one half, screws the other half and it will never find a balance .

  41. anon[302] • Disclaimer says:

    I looked at a nature show on bears in Alaska during the salmon season. These guys ate everything in sight but at times left some pickings washed up on the beach for the birds.

    Soon, I will look at another show about a Bear and a fish. This Bear is not going to leave any fish carcass on the beach.

    Bon Appetit Vlad !

  42. Backing the Ukraine is a US foreign policy failure sure to rank with the invasion of Iraq and certainly much more dangerous because it risks war with Russia.

    How many battles in WW2 were fought on US soil beside Dec 7? On the other hand, the German invasion of the USSR killed 20million+ Russians and devastated the western part of the country. Russia will never, never let the Ukraine slip into the western orbit. There will be war first.

    And then there is the Ukraine’s corruption and misgovernment which provides an eternal sink hole for western “aid”.

  43. @Smith

    US Government officially asked for it, Putin reluctantly agreed with it.

  44. GeeBee says:

    You must be one amongst very few people – outside of the loopy cohort of deranged neo-cohens – who harbours the rather quaint notion that ‘Murca could actually engage with and defeat China, when in all probability its demoralised, deracinated and decadent ‘army’ of wimmin, trannies, homos and disaffected diversity would struggle to knock the skin off the metaphorical rice pudding.

    It’s one thing to lob cowardly cruise missiles at the likes of Iraq, from the safety of a naval vessel, but it’s quite another to get down and dirty with real soldiers. And the USA can of course forget making like with Iraq: hypersonic missiles would send any naval force to the bottom in a matter of hours.

    • Agree: James100
  45. Tucker says:

    Adding Phil Giraldi to the pool of frequent writers for was an absolute masterstroke of brilliance by Ron Unz.

    I’ve followed Giraldi’s writings from as far back as the year 2000, and owe him a debt that could never be paid in full for what I’ve learned from him about domestic and international affairs.

    If either the Orange Man or Ron DeSantis run and win the White House in 2024, Phil Giraldi should be one of the very first advisors to be brought into the White House.

    • Agree: St-Germain, One-off
  46. @BL

    We do not know the list of of investors on North stream 2, but they and Merkel were the ones who were pushing Biden to lift the sanctions. I do not think Putin was really nervous.
    Putin gets enough money from China, to keep on going.

  47. Leo Den says:
    @Robert Dolan

    Russia is an IMPEDIMENT to Apartheid Israhell’s design for the MidEast.

    Without Russia, ASSAD would be long gone and IRAN would have been bombed to oblivion, and Greater Isra-h-e-l-l would have been fulfilled and ruling over the MidEast.

    In other words, Russophobia by Jewish-controlled politicians and in Jewish-controlled Western media is simply PAYBACK.

  48. @Darren Kelama

    A few years back I read, in an article by big-time Zionist Jew Dennis Prager, that the US is the only country in the world to use the term Judeo-Christian. I wonder if this is true?

    Also, Darren, how can I find part two of the excellent video you provided?

  49. John Hagan says: • Website

    My aim here is to try and take some complex philosophical ideas and convert them into images that are perhaps more understandable to those who do not have the time or lanquage skills to understand them. A difficult task yet I hope it helps.

    • Thanks: CelestiaQuesta
  50. bayviking says:

    The USA has run imperial policy since 1945, mainly outside the gaze of population. The USA set up a set of global institutions after 1944 to operate the global economy with. The CIA and 16 other service organizations manage our foreign policy, most of it completely outside US public awareness.
    Other countries which did not comply are severely punished. The countries bordering the USA to its south, in Central America and including Mexico were treated especially harshly if they attempt to organize and operate outside the political and economic policies demanded by the USA. Today the US CIA is attempting to reverse an election in Peru. A leftist just won by a narrow margin, in spite of massive US funded negative mass media propaganda.

    By the 2nd decade of the 21st century the American ruling elite, the people who run US foreign policy began to wake up to the fact that China’s economy was overtaking the USA. As always in the US, people running overseas policy do not work directly with the people who control domestic affairs. Foreign policy depends on 800 military bases and the huge companies who supply the military with weapons. Think tanks are employed to justify constant foreign interference and are funded by the weapon manufacturers and the military itself.

    President Biden has spouted gratuitous and dangerous rhetoric against Russia. This spring, he declared on national television that President Putin is “a killer” and boasted that he told the Russian leader that he has “no soul” while visiting the Kremlin in 2011. Such bombast conveys a distinct lack of interest in genuine diplomacy needed to avert nuclear war.

    Just as Britain could have co-operated with Germany in the years coming up to 1914, so today the USA could co-operate with China. It is easy to see how that would benefit everyone especially in a period global ecological disaster. Instead the USA is challenging China and Russia simultaneously. It appears the USA is married to arrogance and on the verge of risking everything including their own position in the world. You can’t get any more foolish than that.

    • Agree: Ace, beavertales, InnerCynic
  51. According to the historical discourse of discharge of guilt for the evils of this world, Russia is still the main candidate because it is very difficult to change what has been said for decades from the pulpits in the West and repeat what has already been said and the fans swallow it easier .
    To say now that the Chinese Panda replaces the Russian Bear and will be the great enemy in Megiddo on the great day of Armageddon would be difficult for the average fanatic to assimilate.
    So you have to keep pounding with more of the same.

  52. Phibbs says:

    Jews own the media, the Congress and, of course, the Mannequin in the White House. Jews dislike Russia because it is friendly to Israel’s enemies (Syria & Iran). What the Jews did to white, Christian Russia in 1917 they are doing to America today — with the help of Satanists, otherwise known as Born-Again Christians.

  53. anon[420] • Disclaimer says:

    Have we forgotten Russia did much of the heavy lifting in lives lost against the Nazis. Yet, we are in a cloud of near one-source propaganda worse than many totalitarian states. In the US. Mainstream media has betrayed us. Movies have embedded messages. One does not have to have a Ph.D. in Bayesian statistics to know the source. Biden with Harris a heartbeat away is a worry. Who made him pick Harris after she savaged him in the debates? Fracturing the unique homogeneity (melting pot) of America has been ongoing at an increasing pace. Trump was a child of deep government – but he seemed to have limits. On the voter audits – if 2020 as published results were legitimate, there should be no worries. The non-MSM has its nutters, but it also has some sage pro-America types creating a new tsunami of understanding as to who is really pulling the strings of government.

  54. @Ukraine Tiger

    Everytime I hear this sort of argument, I wonder when the world is going to wise up and embrace metric time. The 10 hour day, 10 day week, 10 month year, etc just makes so much more sense…

    Also Esperanto, amirite?

    • LOL: bayviking
  55. “The Democratic Party in power and controlling both houses of Congress as well as the presidency can only be relied upon to deal with any developing crisis involving Russia with a heavy hand.”

    A heavy hand will beget a heavier hand… it will come to nought.

  56. Joe Biden is a filthy fucking cockroach……

  57. Annacat says:

    “The term “Judaeo-Christian” is an oxymoron.”
    I couldn’t agree more, moi. What saddens me, who was raised Catholic, is that this oxymoron nowadays appears to be internalized even by Catholic church-goers.

  58. anon[148] • Disclaimer says:

    Muhammad Ali against Pe We Herman

  59. SteveK9 says:

    If the only agreement is on climate change, that is worse than useless. Climate Catastrophism is another substitute religion that will be used by our current crop of totalitarians to control their populations. I expect CO2-lockdowns in the near future.

  60. Ace says:
    @Ukraine Tiger

    Have you ever heard of a 30.48-cm. hot dog? I think not.

    And the expression “A journey of 1,666.66 km. begins with the first step” is just plain awkward.

  61. Biden’s Russophobia means the Summit will fail

    More like “Biden’s Judeo-Submission means the Summit will fail.”

  62. No clue what the media is about to spin, but that spin is the agenda. All Joe will do is drool and either slur or forget his words. Putin is currently playing to the right and independents with his media interviews. The left is probably doing celebratory dancing at this. Too stupid to think out of their NPR zombified brains to realize this Putin gambit might actually be brilliant. Guessing here that Russian intel has US collapse and division as an inevitable outcome.

    Of course the deep state might think a bit schmoozing will go a far way in breaking up the Russian China alliance. There are signs these evil people think a war with China be the best way to genocide the Americans they don’t like. That makes Putin’s current PR play even more intriguing.

    • Agree: CelestiaQuesta
  63. No one seems to ask why the democrats are hell bent on screwing Russia, while China has affected the U.S. so profoundly and negatively in more ways than most Americans are even aware of. Among the reason’s Russia is constantly taken over the coals by democrat politicians, who used to be great friends and sympathizers with everything Russia, (Soviet Union) are….

    1) They have always been the target of Russia hating neo-cons in the administration and old style conservatives stuck in a cold war mentality,

    2) The U.S. elite has so sold out the country by selling of its infrastructure to China, that we are literally beholden to China for most pharmaceutical drugs and even parts for military hardware that we need to defend ourselves with!! If this wasn’t enough, China owns much of the U.S.’s media and even big sports in ways that really matter. In California a Chinese Billionaire owns the Los Angeles Times, a totally leftist rag. Seems kind of strange, since the Chinese never seem to have been interested in journalism.

    3) Democrat and are utterly involved with China in some way. They are knee deep in corruption in other words. Democrat Eric Swalwell, California rep. was “romantically” involved with a Chinese spy for years. She had access to all kinds of government buildings and things that allowed her to record how certain important processes and decisions are made by U.S. politicians!! Never mind the presidents own dubious involvement with China and certainly his son, Hunters involvement.

    In other words, the democrats and a few Republicans need to continually focus the attention on Russia, so sold out have many become with China and don’t want the public to be aware of it.

    • Agree: CelestiaQuesta
  64. Ace says:

    I cannot detect what the American “view” is. All I see is some cheesy fabulation that Russians are intent on territorial expansion, that Assad is deranged dictator, that Israel is our little pal, that men can become women, that counting votes is voter intimidation, that funny money will save our economy, that attacking small business is wise policy, and that foreigners should take over the U.S.

    Foreign nations should now treat the American “government” like their crazy uncle in the attic.

    • Agree: Hal Womack, HbutnotG
    • Thanks: Orville H. Larson
  65. geokat62 says:

    Have you ever heard of a 30.48-cm. hot dog? I think not.

    And the expression “A journey of 1,666.66 km. begins with the first step” is just plain awkward.

    While the first of these two expressions is admittedly difficult to convert to something that sounds half decent, the second could easily become:

    “A journey of 1,000 km. begins with a small step”

  66. @War for Blair Mountain

    You know, I normally seem to be kind of averse to these kind of characterizations of people but somehow in the case of Biden, you seem to have easily changed my mind. Enough said!! lol

  67. I think Putin should play the human rights angle tete a tete, or tit for tat – if Biden brings up Navalny, Putin should bring up Assange, a far more egregious case. NATO should most certainly NOT admit Ukraine, as the MSM cocks have been crowing of late. I have little more to add to the disheartening analysis, other than I expect Biden is going to get his hat handed to him by Putin but still declare victory. It’s the new American way.

  68. Putin is the only real statesmen on the world stage, the rest are dwarfs and pedofiles.

    • Agree: HbutnotG
  69. Giraldi’s screed is nonsense, and the shear idiocy of the commentariat matches his nonsense.

    Putin’s deep desire is the re-establish the Soviet Union. Ukraine and Georgia are on the front line fighting for their independence. We can agree that Biden, the lights may be on, but no one is home.

    Putin’s Russia is in deep decline, and Putin is the prime cause.

  70. Miro23 says:

    In the unlikely event that the US beats China in a conventional war in China’s massively defended backyard, then Russia would know for certain that it would be next. Russia just could not afford to stay on the sidelines in a real US/China war.

    Maybe, but if you look at this chart, the numbers of nuclear warheads currently ready to launch in the US plus Russia is around 3300. And, keeping in mind that each of these warheads can alone destroy a large city, then entering into a war would be totally suicidal for both countries.

    One caveat is that the US ZioGlob/WEF Davos/hedge fund elite already have their bolt holes prepared (complete with nuclear bunkers) in faraway places like New Zealand, so they might be OK.

  71. @War for Blair Mountain

    Jeff Dunham should sue Biden for resembling Walter and making the dumb puppet look bad.

  72. Agent76 says:

    Sep 28, 2019 Biden Blackmail of Ukraine

    JOE BIDEN, 23 JANUARY 2018: And that is I’m desperately concerned about the backsliding on the part of Kiev in terms of corruption.

  73. anon[253] • Disclaimer says:
    @Darren Kelama

    Good comment.

    Giraldi and PCR still fighting for USA.

    Like your website.


  74. @Sollipsist

    You had me up until you went to bat for Esperanto. (Hell, then why not make the new lingua Franca Klingon?) Esperanto appeals to nerdy high school sophomores, who’ll later work for microsoft or be hospitalized for schizophrenia, and is George Soros’s prefered language for writing poetry.

    • LOL: Hal Womack
    • Replies: @HbutnotG
    , @Sollipsist
  75. Anon[378] • Disclaimer says:
    @Craig Nelsen

    There does seem to be a extraordinary obession with hating Russia among American J’s. Its like they get completely crazed whenever Russia is a topic. Total nutjobs. Maybe its because modern Russia is solidly Christian ?

  76. I’m not a fan of America, Russia or China, or the leaders, but if I had to choose one of these countries to live in, I would have to choose America.
    Philip should remember that it is very doubtful that he would be allowed write articles criticising the regimes in Russia and China, if he was living there. Many journalists in Russia have been assassinated and many in China have been imprisoned.
    Russia Media fights for survival.
    China’s lack of press freedom causes problems for the world.
    We know definitely that an American President at most will only serve for eight years, if elected for a second term. Putin has been in power since 2000 by hook or by crook, and will be in power for many more years. Xi Jinping too is in power for the foreseeable future, unless he is overthrown.

    • Disagree: Ukraine Tiger
  77. America’s decline is inevitable. ‘Success’ at this point is only about a soft landing for the oligarchs.

    Washington’s real rulers know this, and will seek accommodation with Russia and China to include them in belt and road (one of the biggest capitalist projects of all time).

    The saber-rattling bluster is just for domestic consumption. The new feudalism requires keeping the proles on edge about external enemies, while overseeing their harrowing descent into totalitarian slavery.

    • Agree: Robert Dolan
  78. Well now some people claim they understand completely why Biden suddenly has Russia phobia. He was never much bothered by Russia before. Hmmmmm……

  79. Robjil says:
    @Sean Breathnach


    We don’t really have a change in power every eight years. Nothing has changed in 58 years since Kennedy was shot. He was the last president who tried to “speak” freely.

    Since, then Presidents are on a very tight muzzle “I can’t speak freely”.

    Russia and China had many real changes in policies in the past 58 years.

    Change is good. That is how humans evolved.

    The US 58 year rule is a Zion iron fist rule that is getting tighter and tighter every year. Nothing is stopping its madness, since the west press is totally controlled by our Zionist rulers.

    • Agree: RadicalCenter
    • Replies: @Sean Breathnach
  80. “Historically speaking it is the democrats who can be credited with conniving to enter both the first and second world wars while more recently entering into wars that served absolutely no national interest…………”

    Case in point: WW 1 Democrat Woodrow Wilson, WW 2, Democrat Franklin Roosevelt, Korea, Democrat Harry Truman, Vietnam, Democrat Lyndon Johnson, Balkans conflict, Democrat Bill Clinton, George Bush Senior , George Bush Jr., Neo-cons (former democrats on steroids) Middle East conflicts……AND YET, Democrats never fail to label Conservatives as “war mongers”…Whoops, U.S. public snowed again.

  81. Bribden meeting Putin In Geneva:

    Bribden: I’m happy to be here in Geneva Germany, I came here once before as a volunteer for the Boy Scouts helping poor kids learn how to read comic books. That was ten years ago, but now I’m teaching black kids how to read Ebonics instead of their white masters English. Y’all noz wut I be talk’n bout, huh huh, yeah, shittttttt.

    Putin: ‘rolling his eyes……..reserved, dignified’……

    Bribden: I’ve ordered the DOJ to fight white Supremacists wherever they are, and if necessary round up and confiscate weapons of domestic terrorists with whatever means necessary, and I’m going to ask Vice President Putin to do the same in his country, the Soviet Union.

    Putin: (Wide eyed, calm, collective, respectful)…..(translation) Thank you for asking Mr. President, but we have no problem with white Supremacists. We don’t call our citizens who love their country and culture white Supremacists or domestic terrorists.

    Bribden: (interrupting)…but don’t you have the same problems we have of whites trying to overthrow their government?

    Putin: (smiling) no we don’t. We have Jewish billionaires trying to overthrow my government, US government trying to undermine Russia economy, but no problems with white Supremacists.

    Bribden: (confused) but that’s not what I was told by my intelligence agencies, you must be a lying dog face pony soldier……..

    Putin: (smiling) walks off the stage.

    End of Summit

  82. @Sean Breathnach

    Duhhhhh, like helloooooo, Russia and China do not have a First Amendment.
    That’s what CultMarx Commies want to take away here in USA.

  83. @JimDandy

    Biden has Jewphobia, that is if he fails to follow orders.

    Thanks, Jim Dandy!

  84. geokat62 says:

    Telegram comment posted by Lauren Witzke:

    Wells Fargo has shut down my bank account, taking all of my money and leaving me with a zero balance.

    When I called Wells Fargo told me that it was a “business decision” and that they have the right to close my account at any time.

    Had I not been surrounded by friends in Florida, I would be completely stranded.

    Use this as a warning and get your money out of Wells Fargo if you are a conservative. This is so evil.

  85. President Putin will respond with dignity to Joe, the Seinfeld NPC.
    With any luck Joe will have an aide to help read the teleprompter.
    All will go smoothly, nothing will be achieved, no expectations of anything with supposed negotiations with zio-freemason criminals, thugs, halfwits.

    I have to give full marks to Putin for even turning up.

  86. @Robjil

    I take your point, and though I liked JFK, I thought Jimmy Carter was more sympathetic to the Palestinians.

  87. anonymous[242] • Disclaimer says:

    But that assumption is not actually true as the Republican Party historically has been reluctant to embrace foreign engagements while presidents like Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush and even Donald Trump were measured in their responses to developing international crisis situations…

    Upon reaching this point, the first thing I noticed was one missing Repuglicunt name.

    Historically speaking, it is the Democrats who can be credited with conniving to enter both the First and Second World Wars while more recently entering into wars that served absolutely no national interest in places like Libya and Syria.

    I soon realised that Giraldi was intentionally trying to obfuscate mention of at least 2 other unfortunate nations, because it was not conforming to the deceitful white-nationalist/right-wing (we see you Giraldi) narrative he is trying to spin here.

    Whitevil vermin are all the same.

  88. Notsofast says:
    @George Kovachev

    if both putin and biden were taken out together it would offer plausible deniability for the deep state while getting rid of the decaying biden and all investigations into the biden crime family. an even more docile puppet in harris would be able to do their bidding for years to come without requiring a handler.

    • Replies: @George Kovachev
  89. @Miro23

    China is the ascending businessman on the block and Russia is his bodyguard. All three Asian nodes, China, Russia and Iran have dealt long enough with the Western powers to bet on detente or fair play by the ZOG West. The West is becoming so hallowed both industrially and spiritually that rising Asia has to simply bide its time while the West is committing suicide through financialization of the economy, diversity, feminism, unrestrained materialism, transgenderism and anal sex. Meanwhile, China and Iran are civilisational countries who have been around for millennia while Russia is one of the oldest European countries and has a foot in both Asia and Europe having survived the Napoleonic wars and the onslaught of the finest European army in WWII.

    The West controls the most formidable propaganda machine in the world but that will limit Western assault on rising Asia to noise pollution that is getting less effective by the day.

    America declaring war on China; well, make my day.

  90. sally says:

    Russia is basically Christian with Christian ideals, while China is basically committed to finding the best model possible to focus its state on improving the quality of life for all the people it governs.

    Hegemony for Israel <= hits the nail on its head.

    But how is Israel accomplishing this hegemony? That is the question?

    How to discover, expose and model the processes that accomplish "hegemony" should be a first order goal? Studying how Israel integrates and positions its controllable elements in the upper echelons of most every government is essential to understand why such integration is universal. How does Israel manage to integrate and place its controllable elements in the upper ranks of military, of intelligence and banking units? These infiltrations have been highly successful and account in large measure for the hegemony you complain of.

    Highly placed elements controllable by Israel exist today in nearly all nation states foreign to Israel. Figuring out how upper echelon placement and positioning of controllable elements, should be a first order goal to nation state governed people desiring to avoid having their government operate for the benefit of Israel.

    Arrest of Epstein and Maxwell exposed one mechanism. to explain why this "rise to the top, of controllable elements, is found in every government, every military, banking and intelligence unit in every one of the nation state that collectively control the world".

    Discovery of mechanism should be an important research topic. History is a great teacher, but processes define the sequence of events which fill the facts that constitute history. Let's step back long enough to under stand those processes that produced an international network of controllable elements which collectively control the world.

    Rise to top is a process. Processes are subject to critical examination.

    • Replies: @JimDandy
    , @frankie p
    , @Miro23
  91. Does Phil think the theater of the puppets is real? These teleprompter readers just do what they are told. The are puny pawns. Is Unz controlled opposition? God has the man Jesus as current Lord and the Kingdom of God is growing, but very very slowly. Things will gradually improve over the long run. At least we are past the Inquisition. And we now have the internet to speed things up a bit. Meanwhile, the reprobates play games, they will be firewood in the Lake of Fire on Judgment Day.

    • LOL: Ukraine Tiger
  92. @Robin Hood

    As far as this agnostic is concerned the Judaic Old Testament and the Christian New seem to be to be utterly antithetical. One is a Bronze Age tract of genealogical obsession and glorification of genocide, the other a universalist declaration of shared humanity. Judeo-Christian is entirely oxymoronic.

    • Agree: Zarathustra
    • Replies: @anonymous
  93. @Dennis Gannon

    This is REAL ‘Judeo-Christianity’-the hatred and xenophobia of Judaism overwhelming the compassion and humanity of Christianity. An obvious pathopsychological disease.

  94. @Sean Breathnach

    The UnzBot is interfering with my drafting a reply to Sean Breathnach’s star spangled declaration here. (This is my 3rd try.) I will mention the names of publisher John F. Kennedy Jr [1999] and of top reporters Gary Webb [2004] and Michael Hastings [18 June 2013], all three of whom died violently. The reader interested WRT the Webb story should be aware of the well-made dramatic biopic KILL THE MESSENGER [2014] directed by Michael Cuesta. As for the case of the Third Kennedy, THE KILLING OF RFK [1975] written by Donald Freed pertains.

    Will Mr. Breathnach tells us that “Many journalists in Russia have been assassinated”. Any names and dates to go with that claim? Should we compare the lists of public figures assassinated in the USA and the PRC? Prison stats, Columns A & B?

    I myself also ‘choose to live in America’, like all my known blood ancestors back to slavery days. Also, safe to say, my English is much better than my Russian or Chinese. Citizens of those latter two countries, however, can make do without having to apologize for a global military empire which since 1946 has murdered tens of millions of victims worldwide and daily continues to do so from Palestine to Colombia and further.

    Chorus: The 1963 Dallas Jack Whack was the all-time biggest Jew coup d’etat. This fact finally became obvious to us only in the glare from the comparatively clumsy JL*–911 [*=”Jewish Lightning”]. Which in turn and as previously noted has led to the juflu, speaking of o so mysterious origins.

    With the exception of Richard Nixon, all of the post Dealey Plaza successors in the White House have been like so many booby prizes from a kosher Cracker Jack’s box, with the designated incumbent being by far the most frayed stuffed mannikin in the store window so far (large box).

    We the Am pop obviously need to toss at least our top 10,000 _balebatim_ under the jail for war crimes. Then, with the blessing (as Stephen Maturin says), maybe we can talk to the rest of our HuRa about choosing our common leaders, eh what?

    Meanwhile, hats off to Moscow and to Beijing for Putin and Xi. And double that for Syria, Mexico, Venezuela and the Kingdom of Korea.

    • Replies: @Sean Breathnach
  95. JimDandy says:

    I’m not sure I agree that the mechanisms are such a mystery. Jews aggressively and relentlessly help and defend their own to the detriment of other groups, but will, at the same time, literally make a federal case out of it when other groups try using the same strategy. This has been the most powerful game plan in history.

    Zionist lobbies and individuals reward obedient politicians with massive amounts of money, and the Zionist-controlled media (and many other Zionist-controlled sectors) destroys those who speak out or fail to obey (unless they are currently useful in some kind of long con, i.e. The Squad, in which case they are destroyed or co-opted later.)

    The culturally-Christian goyim mostly fall into two camps: the group that recognizes that it is suicidal to speak out, and the group that feels it is “hateful” to point out that any Jewish person is doing anything wrong ever because the Holocaust. And, of course, much of Protestant leadership has been bought off to convince their flocks that Christians and Zionists are spiritual allies.

    Kevin Macdonald has written the definitive works examining the strategy of using immigration to weaken/destroy white, ethnocentric host-nations, and those goals have been achieved and are basically already immutable in most major Western countries, in my opinion.

    Which leads me to this part of your comment: “Highly placed elements controllable by Israel exist today in nearly all nation states foreign to Israel.”

    My question is: Even in China?


    I do find it VERY curious that Mossad Honeypotter Epstein was arrested, punished, and “killed” and I can’t figure out why this was allowed to happen. That is, I can’t quite make myself believe all of those things actually did happen.

  96. @InnerCynic

    They do it evidently because they think we have got the God Market cornered. So with what this nation has become and actually has been for many decades the appropriate saying should be more like: “God curse America.” He won’t bless any nation involved in such evil with no sign of changing and under the control of pure evil.

    • Replies: @InnerCynic
  97. geokat62 says:

    Meet Me in Geneva

    Meet Me in the Gulags?

    Excerpts from, Biden Administration Asks Americans to Report ‘Potentially’ Radicalized Friends and Family:

    President Joe Biden’s administration announced their plans to create ways for Americans to report radicalized friends and family to the government, in an effort to fight domestic terrorism…

    The official added the Biden administration was taking the threat of domestic terrorism seriously and would redirect the focus of intelligence agencies on internal threats.

    “We are investing many agencies of the government and resourcing them appropriately and asking our citizens to participate,” the official said. “Because, ultimately, this is really about homeland security being a responsibility of each citizen of our country to help us achieve.”

    • Replies: @geokat62
  98. Beagle says:

    I try to imagine what the US reaction would be if the Russians attempted to enlist Mexico in a military alliance to “deter American aggression”.

    Looking at a map, eastern Ukraine is a salient into Russia proper. We’re not talking about an occupied East Germany any more. Putin has his back against a wall.

    The DC foreign policy establishment is the biggest threat to our national security. And it’s not close.

  99. @Laurent

    The US is bluffing. They know they can’t take on Russia with its nuclear stockpile and also know that China won’t stand aside. Any war is half way around the world for US resupply after any initial weaponry is consumed. The military men know that trying would be suicide.

    The US slide into economic stagnation will continue while it huffs, puffs and struts on the world stage. Nothing will happen once this show is over.

    • Agree: Arthur MacBride
  100. geokat62 says:

    A big part of the American Dream was for young married couples to buy their own home in which to raise their children.

    Those were the good ‘ole days. There’s a new game in town. Klaus Schwab of the WEF was the first to disclose how things will work in the future… “you will own nothing and you will be happy!”

    See if any Members of Knesset West will do anything to address this pressing issue. Don’t hold your breath. They’re too busy feeding at the shekel trough to notice.

    Excerpts from, BlackRock Is Waging War on Would-Be Homebuyers:

    Who’s to blame for making homeownership unattainable for most young Americans? Look no further than a consortium of private equity firms flush with cash, buying properties far above market value, with the goal of turning America into a nation of renters…

    The article paints a stark picture of the American real estate market: private equity firms are elbowing private buyers out of the market, willing (and able) to pay well above list price on properties across the country. Acquisition at all costs…

    The biggest culprit? BlackRock, the private equity firm with an estimated worth of $15 trillion. Last year, as part of the first COVID-19 relief bill, BlackRock was given the “keys to the kingdom” of the U.S. Treasury bond market and is likely the single wealthiest private institution in the world.

    CEO Larry Fink leads BlackRock, a private equity firm worth an estimated $15 trillion.

  101. @Fiendly Neighbourhood Terrorist

    The Russian provocations near NATO borders advertisement is meant for the consumption by the US population. The military knows that most USians can’t find Russia on a map. Half the population can’t find Washington DC on a map.

    The US military thinks the US population is stupid, and for the most part, they’re correct or else the shitshow called the Fed Gov wouldn’t exist.

  102. @anonymous

    Putin is a gentleman and a judoist. He doesn’t sneer. He’ll speak politely and respectfully, but firmly, to the Biden. Kid-gloves on. He wants Russia to be in a peaceful world in which the USA takes part peacefully. No more mad-badger shit.

  103. geokat62 says:

    Meet Me in the Gulags?

    Thought I was being a little hyperbolic, didn’t you?

    Well, think again.

    US lays out plan to confront white supremacist violence following Capitol insurrection


    President Joe Biden’s administration on Tuesday, June 15 unveiled a plan to address the threat of violence posed by white supremacists and militias, five months after members of those groups joined in a deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol.

    The White House released a 30-page plan for increased information sharing between federal and local officials and social media companies, as well as additional resources to identify and prosecute threats and new deterrents to prevent Americans from joining dangerous groups.

    U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland said in the “coming days and months” he would convene an inter-agency task force dedicated to combatting domestic terrorism. Garland said he has already “begun to reinvigorate” that task force.

    “In the FBI’s view, the top domestic violence extremist threat comes from racially or ethnically motivated violent extremists, specifically those who advocated for the superiority of the superiority of the white race,” Garland said.

    The administration conducted a sweeping assessment earlier this year of domestic terrorism that labeled white supremacists and militia groups as top national security threats. The issue took on new urgency after a Jan. 6 assault on the Capitol by supporters of then-President Donald Trump, who were trying to overturn Biden’s election victory.

    The new strategy stopped short of calling for new laws to fight domestic threats, and officials did not offer many details on specific new resources.

    Those new laws are being written as we speak.

    Mark my words, the descendants of the bolshies who slaughtered tens of millions of innocent Christian Ruskies are eager to repeat the atrocities committed by their ancestors.

    • Replies: @Robjil
    , @Paul C.
  104. @Hal Womack

    The brutal murder on 7 October 2006 of Novaya Gazeta journalist Anna Politkovskaya, known for her critical reporting on the conflict in Chechnya in which she sought to expose human rights abuses, was yet another reminder to Russian journalists that violence awaits those who investigate or criticise. It is estimated that 21 journalists have been killed since Russian President Vladimir Putin came to power in March 2000. In the great majority of cases, no one has been convicted and sentenced for the murders.

    • Troll: Ukraine Tiger
    • Replies: @Hal Womack
  105. @InnerCynic

    “When someone babbles “God bless America” all I can say is, “Why should he?”

    According to the woke QWERTASDFGASBG community you’re off the mark and it should be transgender confused/fluid IT!!!!!!!

    Back to the corner of shame and eternal guilt…, you, you, you, goyim!


    • LOL: InnerCynic
  106. @Fiendly Neighbourhood Terrorist

    Roatan has it right. The average American doesn’t pay attention to anything that isn’t from the MSM. Americans as a nation flunk geography and many probably don’t even know the capital of their state

  107. HbutnotG says:
    @Kolya Krassotkin

    I took two years of French in HS. 72 weeks X 5 days X 40 minutes I’ll never get back.
    Most useless thing I ever did.

    Esperanto wasn’t a choice, unfortunately..

    • Replies: @Kolya Krassotkin
  108. HbutnotG says:
    @Dennis Gannon

    Unlike a dog or a cow, you probably think there’s an afterlife.

    Just make sure you always wear clean undies in good repair, eh?

  109. Allan says:

    The term “Judaeo-Christian” is an oxymoron.

    Except that a Jew is the god of Trinitarians, and the missing hero of the cult was himself a believing, practicing Jew who affirmed the so-called law found in Israel’s torah. So “Judeo-Christian” is apt. It directs our attention to the tribal origin of Christianity, reminding us succinctly that the disease called Christianity has a source—an infectious agent more dangerous than either of the leading, popular derivatives of the pathogen.

  110. Z-man says:

    I’m wondering if Tucker will talk about the Russophobia in the Dumbo’krat party as apposed to the Russophobia of the Republi’tards. He stayed away from the Gaza bombing like a hot potato.
    To be continued…

    • Replies: @Z-man
  111. @George Kovachev

    Putin saved the Russian people from the jews who plundered the nation with the assistance of the (((Harvard boys))) sent over by slick Willie to turn Russia into a “capitalist nation.”

    Putin is a strategic genius and should be a hero to white people around the world. Biden is a senile old man who was viewed as a buffoon even when he was young.

    Biden will put on his tough guy act and Putin will sit back and say very little. But when he does speak, his words will contain a level of intellect that Biden is incapable of understanding.

    Now tell me which is a more serious nation. Russia or the USA?

    • Replies: @George Kovachev
  112. @Sollipsist

    My man, have I spent so much time trying to come up with a 10x10x10 but have you? The planet does a 365+ cycle. That metric part we can’t achieve. Better to stick with stardate time.

    • Replies: @Sollipsist
  113. @Ace

    What did Vincent Vega say? Oh yeah, “La Big Mac”

  114. @Ace

    1,666.66 km? Why, that’s 1,666,660 metres!
    How many yards in 1,000 miles?

    And in the original mandarin, the expression is “A journey of ten thousand li begins with a single step”

  115. @Tucker

    Adding Phillip Giraldi would be an excellent idea but can’t we find a non-jooish apologist to run for the top job.

  116. frankie p says:

    “The Summit” is a dog and pony show. The Hebrew Handlers™ have already arranged things according to the Hollywood plan. “The Summit” itself is but an afterthought; Putin will be shocked at the appalling degeneration in the mental condition of Biden, who may be wearing an earpiece so that the Hebrew Handlers™ can feed him his lines in real time. This may bring about another “Salute the Marines” moment, when Near-corpse Joe Biden inadvertently whispers or repeats the instructions that he is given. No, the real show is the post-Summit news conference, already announced as a solo show for Joe Biden. Think about it. How could the Hebrew Handlers™ allow Biden and Putin to interact together for the public? This is a US President who is unable to string together a single complex sentence competently, and a Russian President who handles two-hour press conferences on a range of international and domestic issues without notes. Of course the Biden press conference will be the only thing that the American public hears about, which will give the good thinkers the ability to say that they did the right thing by standing by the election fraud that put Biden in the White House. No summary of the Summit by Putin will ever reach the ears of the American public. And so the bizarre farce will continue, chants of “USA, USA, USA, USA” will be heard, and America will continue its slide into irrelevancy, with the stove flame under the pot containing its white population turned up another notch, but the frogs still unaware of their impending fate.

  117. frankie p says:

    “China is basically committed to finding the best model possible to focus its state on improving the quality of life for all the people it governs.”

    The predicate of this statement is the fact that China has found that the best model possible is the traditional model, a model that emphasizes traditional cultural and family values, the need to “do right”, the constant fight against human corruption, fully aware that this fight is never-ending due to the fallibility of humanity. In short, the Chinese model is uncannily similar to the Christian ideals that you mention in regards to Russia, although the Chinese are not Christians. Another great similarity between the two models is their complete refusal to adopt or agree in any way with the deviant, pro-LGBT, globohomo, usurious, critical race theorist, “rules based international order” that the US is pushing these days.

    My question is how can we, the traditional thinkers of the West, join our forces with these last bastions of our own worldview?

    • Agree: Miro23
  118. frankie p says:

    I think old Vlad already has a pretty good idea of the appalling level of dementia that he will encounter. Perhaps he just wants a confirmation of the information and public performances that he, and all of us, have seen already.

  119. Z-man says:

    Well, Tucker gave Putin a ten second back handed compliment and that was about it.
    No further talk about American foreign policy as both wings of ZOG control it.
    It would be dangerous for Tucker to broach the subject. He knows to… Beware the Power of The Cabal.

    • Replies: @Z-man
  120. Athena says:


    US-led NATO tried to launch a war againt Russia.

    Result: NATO was crushed by Russia.

    -Four weeks later, NATO bankers made Lehman Bros ”crash”, allowing cash transfers between Bronfman and friends.

    ”In August 2008, following a large-scale joint military exercise with U.S. troops, the Georgian military mounted a full offensive into South Ossetia, resulting in Russia’s retaliatory intervention. In the resultant clash, Russian forces quickly destroyed the Georgian forces and restored the previous territorial boundaries of South Ossetia and Abkhazia.

    That same year, Canada led the campaign to admit both Georgia and Ukraine into NATO. Had Canada been successful in that effort, the third world war would have either erupted in 2008 over South Ossetia, or in March 2014 over Russia’s annexation of the Crimea from Ukraine.”


    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  121. Athena says:


  122. Athena says:


  123. @Tucker

    Are you kidding? Trump and DeSantis would never let Phil Giraldi into the White House!

    Other than that, I agree with your compliments to Phil.

  124. James100 says:

    Putin has said before the last thing Russia wants is more land what they need is more people

  125. @frankie p

    If Vlad Putin is really as smart and sharp as rumor claims he is, he won’t hold anything against Biden, especially after Biden talks to him. Understand?.

    • Replies: @frankie p
  126. One-off says:

    There is a tad bit more to be said, although it is just a variation on the same theme.

    The Neocons realize now the United States is financially unstable and while they continue looting the treasury as quickly as possible, they also want to use their dupes and D.C. whores to settle scores while the printing machines can still hum. Of note are these:

    1. China has refused Jewish domination of its economy, and in fact has started to hit Ziomart in the wallet. Take note that the Wuhan lab leak, which I concede is a likely accident and obviously what happened, suddenly has become a BFD. Why? China’s Belt and Road Initiative, that’s why. It is starting to make enough inroads into even Europe that put a dent into Israel’s grift. Maybe “especially” Europe because there was a lot of hesitancy at the G7 to join D.C.’s ludicrous economic counter.

    2. Similarly, the Biden Administration absolutely kicked Ziomart and the Neocons to the curb over the Nordstream II deal. The claim is Germany was viewed as too valuable of an ally to queer the deal. The truth is the United States was absolutely no position to interfere and also wants to play nicer with Putin.

    3. Russia’s naval based in Syria has become a permanent fixture, as has China’s naval base in Djibouti. Take note of where that last one is.

    The Most Suicidal People on Earth actually kneecapped the main benefactor they had when it drove Russia into the arms of China. Keep an eye on those two, and if you start to see them have joint maneuvers in European Russia it would be the equivalent of spiking the football (Russia and China are not flashy in that way, of course). In fact, it is likely that Zion II will be frozen out of NATO precisely because there is no desire to see the PRC amassed in Europe and Ukraine’s admission would accomplish that.

    The United States eventually will linger a long time as some pitiful former big player with lots of nukes, not dissimilar to Russia, but Israel? I would buy short. Hope it was worth getting revenge for great-granny getting ravished by Cossacks.

  127. Richard B says:
    @Darren Kelama

    The chief products and exports of America are usury, sodomy, transgenderism and abortion and it is now fully controlled by an unelected junta of Talmudic fifth columnists cracking the whip on a dying and fractured melting pot of filth.

    Don’t sugar-coat it. Just give it to us straight.

    No. Seriously. All kidding aside. Great comment. Couldn’t agree more.

    The Controversy of Zion goes in-depth on this subject. Great book!

    • Agree: GomezAdddams
  128. frankie p says:
    @Dr. Charles Fhandrich

    Please take note of Putin’s response to Biden calling him “a killer” and saying “He will pay a price.” Putin responded with “Be healthy! I wish him good health.” before explaining accusatory inversion, a tried and true Jewish propaganda technique currently being implemented by Biden’s Hebrew Handlers.
    “We always see our own qualities in the other person and think that he [this person] is the same as we are,” Putin said. This subtle but accurate response demonstrates how sharp Putin is.

    • Agree: InnerCynic
    • Replies: @Dr. Charles Fhandrich
  129. Richard B says:

    and then leave when it begins to disintegrate

    Then they must be leaving now, since that disintegration is well underway.

    And irreversible.

    • Replies: @RedpilledAF
  130. @Notsofast

    It’s highly unlikely that the russians would buy “plausible deniability” narrative in this particular case – they already know that, generally, the US presidents are just puppets and easily replacable. The westerners, however, would swallow it entirely – in fact, I won’t be surprised if the western presstitutes start to spin it as russian plot.

  131. saggy says: • Website

    The Democrats also were the driving force behind the Magnitsky Act, which was sponsored by Russia-phobic Senator Ben Cardin and signed by President Barack Obama in 2012.

    If you’re not aware of this extraordinary series of events leading up to the Magnitsky Act, then this vid is a must watch ….

    • Agree: RobinG
  132. @Mis(ter)Anthrope

    Biden will put on his tough guy act and Putin will sit back and say very little.

    That’s pretty much how you take a measure of an opponent, especially an idiot like Biden – you let him spill his guts, while saying little. The fact that Biden isn’t worthy opponent to Vladimir Vladimirovitch is another matter. However, by speaking to Biden, VVP may be able to determine details about those, who write Biden’s lines.

    But when he does speak, his words will contain a level of intellect that Biden is incapable of understanding.

    Because Vladimir Vladimirovitch is a smart and polite guy, he’ll probably use simple, short words, so the sleepy Joe won’t get confused.

    Now tell me which is a more serious nation. Russia or the USA?

    That question is kind of meaningless – it’s based on the incorrect assumption that USA is a nation 😉

  133. RobinG says:

    Israeli airstrikes target Gaza sites, first since cease-fire

    So far, this in Politico comes closest to a real report.

    Israeli aircraft carried out a series of airstrikes at militant sites in the Gaza Strip early Wednesday, the first such raids since a shaky cease-fire ended the war with Hamas last month.
    On Tuesday, hundreds of Israeli ultranationalists, some chanting “Death to Arabs,” paraded in east Jerusalem in a show of force that threatened to spark renewed violence. Palestinians in Gaza responded by launching incendiary balloons that caused at least 10 fires in southern Israel.

  134. Joe Biden is the most powerful leader the world has ever witnessed. President Biden spent fifty years in the US Senate, the most important deliberative body in the history of mankind. Joe learned all the various hand gestures and voice inflections needed to rule.

    Joe owns a number of well tailored suits which make him perfect for world leadership. He’s confident, often a braggart and a bully. Joe was a poor student. Graduating at the very bottom of his university and law school classes. His son is a dysfunctional crack addict, having engaged in a variety of treasonous business dealings across the globe, trading on his father’s political position.

    Joe despises the average American and wants him crushed under a tsunami of third world immigration.

    In short, Joe Biden is the penultimate 21st century American politician.

    • Replies: @Dr. Charles Fhandrich
  135. @HbutnotG

    4 years of Latin and 2 years of French in HS and enjoyed almost every minute of both.

  136. @John Q Duped

    Yes. By now its just random motor impulses from the cultural corpses.

  137. @Richard B

    I feel the same. I have come to that conclusion over the last couple of years. The future is in the East–China, Russia, and Iran.

    The Talmudics and their most favored Shabbos Goys seem to be prepping to jump ship. When will they will jump ship? I think the clearest sign will be when Chabad leaves 770 Eastern Pkwy, Brooklyn, NY 11213 for another nation, most likely Russia. They are already there with a strong presence.

  138. Miro23 says:
    @Joe Levantine

    The West is becoming so hollowed both industrially and spiritually that rising Asia has to simply bide its time while the West is committing suicide through financialization of the economy, diversity, feminism, unrestrained materialism, transgenderism and anal sex.

    IMO the ZOG know this – and it’s exactly why they’re not going to give Asia the time.

    While they still have a military edge (overwhelming in the case of nuclear) they’ll use it. And when China is broken they can send in the same crowd of hedge fund thieves that looted Yeltsin’s Russia.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
    , @Joe Levantine
  139. anonymous[242] • Disclaimer says:
    @Mulga Mumblebrain

    the other a universalist declaration of shared humanity

    Lol! How noble, but hardly what Chrizzian whitevil supremacists would take to heart, is it? Also, you are proof that atheists and agnostics are hardly capable of objective spiritual reasoning, without their cultural environs having a pernicious effect on their supposedly “rational” thought processes. You simply sound like a choirboy repeating that standard Christian trope.

    The accursed Juden and Christian faiths are based on the common theology of “in-his-image” mangods-worship, quite like all other pagan faiths which preceded them, such as Hindooism. This common theology makes Christianity a bastard child of Judenism. After all, both peoples recite this pagan garbage, every single day, isn’t it? This is the core reason why these pagan faiths are and should always be hyphenated. Do you godless pagans foresee this changing anytime ever? A Christian faith without visible mangods?

    The Christian faith was clearly man-made, based purely on the deceitful words of charlatans. At first this faith piggybacked on the Juden scriptures, and when the early Chrizzies sensed that it could cause some problems in adoption, they simply cooked up a new set of “scriptures,” like all this is fiction. Of course, in the case of your pagan mangods-worship it is indeed fiction, quite like Greek or Hindoo mythology.

    The clues are all right in your face, you godless vermin just need to step back a little to see them.

    • Agree: Robin Hood
  140. Miro23 says:

    Russia is basically Christian with Christian ideals, while China is basically committed to finding the best model possible to focus its state on improving the quality of life for all the people it governs.

    Agreed that the Chinese realize that ZOG is incompatible with the interests of the Chinese people – so they exclude it in all its forms. Politics is a private lifetime affair and a CPC closed shop. Banking and debt are mostly controlled by the state. Media and education have to follow state rules, and Google, Amazon, Twitter, Facebook etc. are excluded (having local equivalents) with the government setting and enabling national development projects.

    In effect it’s a benevolent dictatorship run by ethnic Chinese for ethnic Chinese – in contrast to the US which is a covert (“free market”) dictatorship run by a small Jewish minority for the benefit of that same minority (what the WEF/Davos call the International Rules Based Order).

    ZOG is entrenched in Anglo countries (US, UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand) and will more than likely direct/ trick (false flag) them into a war against China.

    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  141. Anonymous[409] • Disclaimer says:
    @frankie p

    I was considering the entire extravaganza as “the Summit,” not just the closeted tete-a-tete with Putin. In this regard, Biden has already been making a fool of himself in press conferences. But surely the press conference right after the Putin “cage match” will be the day’s highlight, unless Wacko Joe is taken ill and the show cannot go on.

  142. @anonymous

    I hope Biden will not suddenly strip his shirt and flex his biceps.

  143. GeeBee says:
    @Mulga Mumblebrain

    I think he meant to write ‘hollowed’.

  144. @BL

    If Pres. Biden had not withdrawn his objections about Nord Stream 2, he would have been ignored, Germany and Russia would have gone ahead and completed it anyway. That would have been a greater embarrassment for the USA.

  145. @Joe Levantine

    It’s one of those typos that works, in a perverse way.

    • Agree: Joe Levantine
  146. @Miro23

    How can the CPC be a ‘closed shop’ when it has 100 million members and anyone can join, and rise according to their merits? The inability of Jews to infiltrate the power structure, as they have done so successfully in the West, or buy a pack of Chinese Sabbat Goyim, is why the Zionazis hate and fear the Chinese so much. That the Chinese treat them as mere fellow human beings, not the ‘Gods Upon the Earth’ that they believe themselves to be, seals the deal. If we survive the fall of the US, the Chinese will peacefully but forcefully sort out the Middle East, to Israel’s great chagrin.

    • Replies: @Miro23
  147. @Athena

    Canada is almost as great a shit-hole as Austfailia. Running-chihuahuas of Empire. In return, as climate destabilisation worsens, they will be annexed by the USA in a New Anschluss.

  148. @frankie p

    Excellent observation. If we had another 10 million citizens like you, we’d have a public 10 million times more wised up. All the best.

    • Thanks: frankie p
  149. Tucker Carlson recently had a segment in which he stated that Putin was asking Biden fair questions about Ashley Babbitts murder. I doubt that Biden even knows who Ashley Babbitt was. All he does is sign anything put in front of him by Schumer and Pelosi and they certainly don’t care to inform him of who she was. They couldn’t care less.

  150. @Just another serf

    Great post. I love your combination of tongue in cheek comments about Biden’s “greatness” visa vie what the U.S. has become. And absolutely, at least to myself, Biden certainly does despise the average taxpaying American, whom in his fifty years at the swamp, he has never done a damned thing for. One would think that any person who watched him in action while he was campaigning and making the vile remarks he did to the “average American” would have concluded what you and I have about him. President corn pop is a loser.put in by a toxic elite. President Trump, on the other hand, was voted in by a grass roots group of tens of millions of Americans, sick and tired of the very kind of politician Biden is.

    • Thanks: Just another serf
  151. Miro23 says:
    @Mulga Mumblebrain

    How can the CPC be a ‘closed shop’ when it has 100 million members and anyone can join, and rise according to their merits?

    If China’s elite are all party members and spend their lives working up through the layers, then it’s a meritocracy combined with factionalism and sponsored members. However, it’s still an ethnic Chinese closed shop relative to the US’ multicultural ZOG.

  152. @Miro23

    Using nukes on China would destroy the place for centuries via radiation. The wind will mean that the US and the rest of the world would experience radiation fallout and sickness. Using less than nukes means the US has no real advantage since they can’t get enough conventional weapons to China fast enough to make a difference. The US could attack conventionally but they can’t sustain it to be effective.

    The Chinese will sink every US naval vessel afloat. Where will US resupply come from?

    There will be lots of threats but no action because any action can’t possibly win.

    • Replies: @GomezAdddams
  153. geokat62 says:

    Telegram comment posted by Eric Striker:

    New on National Justice:

    The US House of Representatives has put forth resolutions to censure both Ilhan Omar and Marjorie Taylor Greene.

    On the surface, Omar and Greene are polar opposites. But they have one thing in common: they accidentally pissed Jews off.

    The use of censure is rare in US history, reserved for extreme offenses.

    It’s not a conspiracy theory to say that Jews rule America. Give me an alternative explanation.

    • Thanks: Robjil
  154. Robjil says:

    The administration conducted a sweeping assessment earlier this year of domestic terrorism that labeled white supremacists and militia groups as top national security threats.

    The Admin. is so afraid of its own people. It should therefore close all the 800 or so US military bases all over the world. There is no “real” threat overseas, so why spent so much energy in all those places. The “real” threat is the American people according to our rulers in DC.

    Never heard of any nation in history surviving that hates its own people with such fury.

    Everyone in the world should demand to know “who really did 9 11”. That is the Achilles heel of our rulers. It should be the battle cry to free the world of our ruthless rulers.

    • Replies: @Hal Womack
    , @DirtyHarriet
  155. geokat62 says:

    Telegram comment posted by Eric Striker:

    Thousands of ordinary people, many of them trusting and elderly, went to Washington on January 6th to see the President of the United States speak.

    And they were fucking lured into a trap set by the FBI so that malevolent Jews could have an excuse to round them up, torture them in prison and start a crack down on domestic dissent.

    • Replies: @bayviking
  156. @Kolya Krassotkin

    Sorry, I was being sarcastic. I don’t actually think metric time or Esperanto would be an improvement.

  157. @Ukraine Tiger

    That’s the benefit and the problem with abstract measurements. Unless you have a fixed point of reference, it’s always a compromise between what works because it makes simple sense (like the metric system) and what works simply because it’s ingrained (imperial).

    I’ve been trying to find a good reference on time measurement in world history. At some point there must have been a mass standardization.

  158. bayviking says:
    @War for Blair Mountain

    Yes, but a major improvement over the orange sloth. This is true even though Trump broke ranks with the establishment in a good way with words that condemned outsourcing, the continued relevance of NATO and the cancellation of the TPP. In fact nothing really changed on any of those fronts, except the USA was locked out of some Asian trade agreements. His global warming denial and cancellation of the Paris Agreement and Iran Nuclear deal to not bode well for the future of mankind.

    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  159. bayviking says:

    The same Jews that Trump elevated to new heights following the advise of his trusted advisor Jared Kushner, son of a Jewish criminal. Kushner Senior was pardoned by Trump who relished using his pardon powers to sanitize the fraudulent (aka criminal) enterprises of himself and others . Trump holds a distorted view of reality that only someone born with a silver spoon up his ass can believe. These views have trickled down even to many working class racists and evangelical Christians, who, together with the rich that only care about reducing taxes for themselves, form the basis of his substantial support.

    Had there been a trap set there would have been the kinds of forces always seen at progressive demonstrations. Instead large police forces never entered the protest area on January 6th, which allowed the Trump supporters to storm the Capital in a vain attempt to prevent certification of the election results. That is why they were gathered from around the country and organized into an Capital attack squad. Claims that the protestors were actually BLM or antifa are laughable, except it demonstrates just how ridiculous the news has become.

  160. geokat62 says:

    Telegram comment posted by Eric Striker:

    BREAKING: Congressman Matt Gaetz calls on FBI Director Christopher Wray to fully disclose the role and involvement of FBI operatives during the January 6th Capitol riot.

    More details coming.

  161. @Robjil

    An alternative to asking “who really did 9 11” (?) = announcing that we have adopted the term
    JL*–911 [*= “Jewish Lightning”] for the following reasons: [expound].

    Furthermore, in the glare of JL–911 we have finally realized that the 1963 Dallas Jack Whack was the all-time biggest kosher coup d’etat. The comparative clumsiness of the Stunt by KinkHenKi & the late Aerial Shaboom exposed the true character of the earlier and far smoother operation captained by Bernard Baruch and his XO David Ben Gurion.

    Now, about the juflu ¡SNEEZE! …..

  162. RobinG says:

    Great tweets from @samhusseini

    Biden – no substitute for face to face dialogue – says the guy who won’t talk to Hamas.

    Biden: I’ll “stand up for human rights” – except when US gov and Israel bomb civilians.

    Biden: stability. Unless US gov and Israel want to blow up civilians. I see a pattern here.

    Biden: don’t do cyber attacks – unless it’s US and Israel against Iran.

    Biden: Iran shouldn’t have nukes but I won’t even acknowledge that Israel does.

  163. @Miro23

    “ And when China is broken they can send in the same crowd of hedge fund thieves that looted Yeltsin’s Russia.”

    When the ex Soviet Union leader Gorbachev visited China’s Deng Xiaoping in the mid eighties and started preaching Perestroika, Deng’s retorted that Gorbachev had it backward; “you teach people how to take care of themselves and then you give them liberties.” The Chinese approach has proven to be the right one as China has grown to rival the industrial might of the West in a market system with Chinese characteristics. China is now in a position to negotiate with ZOG from a position of power such as when China joined the WTO on their terms which included the caveat that any foreign investment had to concede a 51% interest to the Chinese. If the West is to resort to brute force, their only recourse is to rely on conventional warfare as the nuclear option is simply too risky and could trigger an escalation from Russia with her formidable nuclear arsenal. And while I am hardly a military expert, I cannot see how a conventional war against China can be won considering the great difficulties that the US had faced during the Korean War when the Chinese were far less advanced than today. That leaves the West with the option of containment and war through propaganda such as the Uighur human rights, and biological warfare which makes the string of viruses that China had to struggle against between 2017 till today, starting with the Avian Flu, to the Swine Flu, to the recent Corona virus more than a coincidence.

    For China, the century of humiliation which started with the Opium War is very much alive in the psyche of the Chinese to allow a repetition of the bankster’s looting of China but the Western wining about Chinese stealing of proprietary technology, human rights and Chinese aggression against her neighbours will never stop.

    • Agree: GomezAdddams, Robjil
  164. geokat62 says:

    Telegram post by Jon Miller:

    The entire news media and internet is fixated on this summit between Biden and Putin, where nothing happened. They talked about having more talks. Merely a pointless charade that distracts from the abuse Americans face under the dark fist of this regime.

  165. Military alliances with countries of the former USSR will lead to a confrontation with Russia. The global nuclear war, (this will be the fulfillment of the sign of Jesus), will start with an ethnic conflict: “For nation will rise against nation”, like as in 2008 in Georgia. (Matthew 24:7) The most dangerous hotspots are the countries of the former USSR.

    • Replies: @GomezAdddams
  166. @Robjil

    The truth about 9/11 getting out to Americans is the key to ending the DS.

  167. @Darren Kelama

    “Wolf Blitzer or is it Fox Murdoch —-great analysis Gomez. They refer to Amtrak Joe as ” President Biden” or President Joe” while labelling Putin as “him”. This again shows why America or the United States of America ( all 50) is an Exceptional Nation although the Afghanistan Christian Intrusion Project for Freedom has yet to yield its Judiac results but do not give up –Jack and Rexella Van Impe show it is all in the Bible——” and with this I wonder what else goes through Throckmorten Trudeau’s talented mind………

  168. @RoatanBill

    Have you considered prayer? Perhaps god will send a fleet of UFO’s to supplement USA sunk junk??

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  169. @Aglan

    Read Book of Job and the role of satan —walking up and down and all that is in it ” is his role and he is manifested “in god we trust”—King of this world –the fallen angel —a murderer and liar from the beginning —fall down and worship me —further explained in isaiah 14:12- the fallen entity of Pride—turn these stones into bread—I will give You all of this—–the world—

  170. Athena says:

    More recently there has been the totally fabricated Russiagate that was intended to place the blame for Hillary Clinton’s defeat by Donald Trump on the Kremlin and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

    Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity: Media Working on Mousetrap for Summit
    by Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity Posted onJune 13, 2021

    MEMORANDUM FOR: The President
    FROM: Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity
    SUBJECT: Media Working On Mousetrap For Summit


    Verdict Is In: Russian Hacking of DNC a Proven Fraud


    ”We titled our first Memorandum to you (as president-elect) “Don’t Be Suckered on Russia”. We draw from some of it below, on the chance you did not get to see it:

    You may be unaware that horse’s-mouth testimony given on Dec. 5, 2017 to the House Intelligence Committee gave the lie to claims that there is persuasive technical evidence that Russia hacked the DNC emails that WikiLeaks published on July 22, 2016. There is no such evidence.

    Four years ago we warned, in somewhat technical – but easily understandable terms – why the alleged Russian hacking of the DNC would have been impossible without the National Security Agency detecting it.

    William Binney, former NSA Technical Director for World Geopolitical & Military Analysis; Co-founder of NSA’s Signals Intelligence Automation Research Center (ret.)

    Bogdan Dzakovic, former Team Leader of Federal Air Marshals and Red Team, FAA Security (ret.) (associate VIPs)

    Philip Giraldi, CIA, Operations Officer (ret.)

    Mike Gravel, former Adjutant, top secret control officer, Communications Intelligence Service; special agent of the Counter Intelligence Corps and former United States Senator

    John Kiriakou, former CIA Counterterrorism Officer and former senior investigator, Senate Foreign Relations Committee

    Ray McGovern, former US Army infantry/intelligence officer & CIA analyst; CIA Presidential briefer (ret.)

    Elizabeth Murray, former Deputy National Intelligence Officer for the Near East, National Intelligence Council & CIA political analyst (ret.)

    Scott Ritter, former MAJ., USMC, former UN Weapon Inspector, Iraq

    Kirk Wiebe, former Senior Analyst, SIGINT Automation Research Center, NSA

    Ann Wright, retired U.S. Army reserve colonel and former US diplomat who resigned in 2003 in opposition to the Iraq War


  171. @GomezAdddams

    The aircraft carriers sunk along with their escort vessels plus the tens of thousands of dead sailors would be a wake up moment for the idiots in congress and the administration.

    The very idea of a floating military vessel in the age of missiles, missile swarms and hyper sonic missiles is so stupid that only the military could think it’s a good idea. To be fair, I’m sure the admirals and other top military murderers know these are floating coffins in the next REAL war. These surface vessels exist to give admirals and other senior officers the excuse to get their welfare payments and have a really nice life as long as there’s no real war. The average sailor is playing the odds that he’ll finish his years just floating around doing nothing useful before he can retire on a tremendous pension and have the morons thank him for his service.

    There will be no confrontation using the US Navy because the Admirals don’t want to die. They’ll keep asking for more money and newer ships but won’t ever put them in harms way, at least not until the ships can be run without senior staff. No one gives a shit about the grunt sailors.

    • Agree: Robin Hood
    • Replies: @Miro23
    , @Realist
  172. Z-man says:

    Tucker update:
    No mention of foreign policy again. No critique of our obviously debilitated 79 year old president on his trip to Europe. No comments on his meeting with Putin. It might not be a subject worth talking about for Carlson but I had to make the observation anyway.

    • Replies: @Z-man
  173. Tony says:

    Hey giraldi, no Putin fan here but I have no doubt Putin would destroy you in a physical altercation.

  174. Miro23 says:

    The RAND Corporation have war gamed this and their conclusions are worth reading:

    RAND Corporation 2016

    War with China: Thinking Through The Unthinkable


    Unless both U.S. and Chinese political leaders decline to authorize their militaries to carry out their counterforce strategies, the ability of either state to control the ensuing conflict would be greatly impaired. Both would suffer large military losses from the outset and throughout a severe conflict: In 2015, U.S. losses could be a relatively small fraction of forces committed, but still significant; Chinese losses could be much heavier than U.S. losses and a substantial fraction of forces committed. This gap in losses will shrink as Chinese A2AD improves: By 2025, U.S. losses could range from significant to heavy; Chinese losses, while still very heavy, could be somewhat less than in 2015, owing to increased degradation of U.S. strike capabilities. A severe and lengthy conflict would leave both with substantially reduced total military capacity and thus vulnerable to other threats.

    China’s A2AD will make it increasingly difficult for the United States to gain military-operational dominance and victory, even in a long war. However, provided the United States is nonetheless willing to fight, China cannot expect to win militarily. Thus, the two could face the prospect of an extremely costly military standoff.

    This outcome implies that a conflict could be decided by domestic political, international, and, especially, economic factors, all of which would favor the United States in a long, severe war:

    Although a war would harm both economies, damage to China’s would be far worse (perhaps 25–35 percent of GDP after 68 War with China: Thinking Through the Unthinkable one year). Because much of the Western Pacific would become a war zone, China’s trade with the region and the rest of the world would decline substantially. China’s loss of seaborne energy supplies would be especially damaging. Although consumption is a smaller share of the Chinese economy than the U.S. economy, it is expected to grow, leaving the Chinese economy vulnerable to further contraction in the event of war.

    • Politically, a long conflict, especially if militarily severe and economically punishing, could expose China to internal division— taxing and testing the state.

    • The entry of Japan and, to a lesser extent, other U.S. partners in the region could have a considerable influence on military operations. The responses of Russia, India, and NATO are less important. However, NATO efforts to preserve security in other regions (at least Europe, if not also the Middle East) would permit greater, or less risky, commitment of U.S. forces to war with China. Such a combination of international responses could increase Chinese losses in a long, severe conflict, despite improved A2AD.

  175. @Miro23

    Thanks for the humor.

    When I read that economic factors would favor the US, I almost shot Guinness through my nose. Then when I read about the fantasy of Japan entering a war along with others (who’d be that stupid), I knew this was written for the consumption by the folks on the US military appropriations committee.

    Russia and N. Korea are nuclear powers with large non transvestite militaries. They know damned well that should the US win, they would be next. The first shot fired by the US against China would bring both Russia and N. Korea into the mix. The Chinese people like their gov’t and any hint of another Japanese encounter would turn Japan into an ashtray.

    India? Really? Are they bringing the curry? Should India do anything, Pakistan would see a vulnerability or at least India might think about that.

    Japan and S. Korea would be looking at N. Korea’s missiles. They’re not suicidal. NATO is largely European. They’re not suicidal either and know that Russia supplies the gas for their industries. The whole world knows that the US’s days are numbered. None of the US’s ‘partners’ likes the US and given half a chance would kick the US to the curb.

    • Replies: @Miro23
  176. Miro23 says:

    The reasons that I think it’s likely are that –

    1) the financial collapse that’s already “baked-in” can be blamed on China

    2) China can be destroyed for its non-compliance with the NWO

    3) a war Emergency Dictatorship can be introduced in the US

    4) all the casualties will be non-Jewish

    5) if things get too rough, the elite already have their bolt holes prepared (complete with nuclear shelters) in faraway places like New Zealand.

  177. Miro23 says:

    Russia and N. Korea are nuclear powers with large non transvestite militaries. They know damned well that should the US win, they would be next. The first shot fired by the US against China would bring both Russia and N. Korea into the mix.

    The issue, is that the US/China calculation is non-nuclear. If it went nuclear, then China would be completely destroyed – which isn’t the aim. The ZioGlob want to dominate and exploit the place using a conflict with conventional armaments.

    The Russian calculation is the same. The moment the ICBM’s start to fly (3300 nuclear warheads ready to go in the US/Russia alone) then both the US and Russia are obliterated – so that’s highly unlikely to happen. The ZioGlob have some (very risky) cards to play here – but they could win.

    A key point here is that the current nuclear weapons capacity of China and their deliverability is nothing comparable to the US and actually less than France.

  178. @Ewiak Ryszard

    USA is satan—-check the score card —245 years old and been at war in all but 11 ( Donald Trump counting for 4??).

  179. @Miro23

    I differ. Judging by the frenzy of racist Sinophobic hatred here in Austfailia, and the ease with which the White Gods of the G7 and NATO adopted the fear and loathing, I suspect that the aim is genocide. The Chinese, being non-White, non-Western and non Judeo-Christian and immensely self-respecting can NEVER be trusted to be compliant slaves like the Japs. Even a non-communist China would soon outdo the decaying West, and a shattered China would soon re-coalesce, or produce a community of highly advanced societies. Only massive destruction and loss of life would set them back for another century of humiliation, hence my confidence that bio-warfare will be the choice. SARS CoV2 is just an appetizer.

  180. @Miro23

    The Chinese need only detonate a few EMP weapons over the USA. The USA would descend into the jungle. A similar attack on China would be survived much better, because of greater social cohesion and lesser internecine hatred in China and considerable preparation, than in the USA, where the scenarios seen in numerous post-apocalyptic films and books will play out. The Yanks talk a big talk, but haven’t defeated anyone since those Cuban workers on Grenada-and that was a close run thing.

    • Agree: RoatanBill
  181. @bayviking

    Here in Austfailia we suffered the ‘Black Summer’ of utterly unprecedented wildfires, in summer 2019-20. Everyone was shocked, particularly when outer Sydney recorded 49 degrees Celsius ie 120 odd F. Climate destabilisation was acknowledged as responsible for the long drought then record temperatures and previously unknown fire behaviour. Smoke choked the cities for days on end, no doubt killing many and laying the seeds of future pulmonary and other diseases.
    Yet, now, eighteen months later, the ruling political elites are determined to mine and burn more and more fossil fuels, come what may, and ‘environmentalists’ are ever more viciously abused.. Both ‘sides’ in our political sewer. The excuse for murdering our children and grand-children is the ‘jobs’ of coal-miners ie a few tens of thousands, at most, who refuse to even countenance retraining. This from a regime that is pathologically hateful towards workers and unions in particular. In an industry that is rapidly automating. And the jobs of tourist and agricultural workers, ten, twenty and more times more numerous, which will be destroyed by climate change, register no interest at all, let alone concern. The magic words ‘profits’, ‘political contributions’ and ‘post political career employment’ are never mentioned. In fact I can’t recall any presstitute using the word profits, ever. If anyone thinks that humanity is going to muddle through ecological collapse, they’re in for a rude shock.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  182. Z-man says:

    A key point here is that the current nuclear weapons capacity of China and their deliverability is nothing comparable to the US and actually less than France.

    I’m no fan of China but this statement is incorrect. Like the 17 ‘intelligence’ agencies that swore that the Russians interfered in the US elections but were unable to tell the POTUS how advanced the North Korean nuclear weapons program was, China has developed it’s missile attack technology much in the last five/ten years. Witness the fact that they are sending men into space on their own big rockets. I’m sure they use that technology, whether stolen from the West or not, to build ICBM’s. With their growing electronics/computer abilities they can deliver nuclear bombs, however crude they may be, all over the globe. They definitely have more bombs and missiles than France.

    • Replies: @Miro23
  183. @Miro23

    I agree that polluting China with radioactive waste is not the goal. Conventional weaponry, however, won’t do the job of militarily subjugating the single largest population on the planet. The Chinese will keep fighting with sharpened Popsicle sticks if necessary because they’re not going to be humiliated again if they can prevent it.

    As far as nukes are concerned, the Chinese clearly understand rocket technology, having put equipment on the moon and building a space station. We also know they have nukes and inscrutably don’t broadcast their activities. Put the nukes and rockets together and you have a potent delivery system.

    They don’t need a thousand nukes. They need enough to take out a few US cities to act as a deterrent. Candidly, I think nukes are useless in all but one capacity. If a country is going to lose a conflict, then they’ll send off their last act of defiance. No other use makes any sense since the first use means they all go and the world ends.

    • Replies: @Miro23
  184. Miro23 says:

    I’m sure they use that technology, whether stolen from the West or not, to build ICBM’s. With their growing electronics/computer abilities they can deliver nuclear bombs, however crude they may be, all over the globe. They definitely have more bombs and missiles than France.

    According to the SIPRI (Stockholm International Peace Research Institute) Yearbook 2021, which seems to be the go-to place for this information, as of January 2021:

    Deployed Warheads*

    United States 1800 France 280 China 0

    Other Warheads**

    United States 3750 France 10 China 350

    *‘Deployed warheads’ refers to warheads placed on missiles or located on bases with operational forces.

    **‘Other warheads’ refers to stored or reserve warheads and retired warheads awaiting dismantlement.

    The figures might be wrong, but for China to get into a nuclear war with the US would be suicidal. They have to do some difficult calculations.

    • Replies: @Z-man
  185. @Mulga Mumblebrain

    I lived in Texas for decades and routinely recorded temperatures approaching 120 degrees ground temperature in the shade. In the DFW area, the official temperature is recorded 100 meters above DFW airport and hearing that the DFW area had so and so many contiguous days above 100 was commonplace year after year.

    The scaremongering surrounding global warming aka climate change is unjustified. The earth has seen CO2 levels many multiples of today’s reading and the place didn’t turn into Venus. Graphs of temperature versus gas concentrations also show the temperature rising hundreds of years before the rise in CO2. These inconvenient facts are brushed aside to further the message that we must ditch current investments in energy production or else we’re all going to die. Even the reporting of the Antarctic ice situation is one sided in that they never mention the 39 volcanoes there mostly on the western side where ice loss is greatest.

    If the controllers actually believed their propaganda, they’d be building nuclear plants left and right as that’s the only technology that can reasonably replace all the fossil fuels facilities. Specifically, there would be a much greater emphasis on getting Molten Salt Reactors tested and built in factories to crank them out like hot dogs. Since that’s not happening, I conclude there is no urgency in the real world, just scary stories for political purposes.

  186. Miro23 says:

    No doubt the MSM will set the Chinese up as the aggressors with the US fighting for “freedom”, “democracy”, the “rules based world order” defending oppressed minorities, fighting the evil Wuhan lab biological warfare people etc. etc.

    Equally, that the Chinese will defend themselves with everything they’ve got.

    One angle, is that Russians could usefully (covertly) help the Chinese upgrade their critically important air defense systems. The Russians are good at this and have some experience.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  187. @Herald

    It’s not Americans who have been legally and illegally settling in the “Russian” Far East for decades, it’s Chinese. It’s also Chinese who are increasingly openly expressing anger at Russia’s control of “their” land in the RF’s far eastern federal district and demanding it be turned over to China. (China was already able to get Russia to give China ownership of additional islands in the region recently.)

    We could just as easily say that “if China defeats the USA, Russia is next.”

    Perhaps Russia doesn’t have any truly “good options.”

    I’m agreeing that the US government is untrustworthy, belligerent, dangerous, and out of control both at home and abroad. Just noting that China is next door, has a burning historical grievance against Russia that its government is further stirring up, has more economic resources than the USA in some respects, and has more military resources in place on the borders with Russia’s very sparsely populated, depopulating, aging Far Eastern Fed District.

    God bless all the decent, peace-loving Russian and American people. Our first child just started learning Russian, and we’re hoping that there is still an intact, orderly, civilized, cohesive, proud Russia for him/her to visit (or reside in) some years hence. If the scum ruling us don’t provoke or initiate a terrible conflict with Russia for no good reason.

  188. @Miro23

    To the average USian, the Chinese are the enemy because they’ve been conditioned to not think for themselves but to just regurgitate what they’ve been propagandized with. The Chinese stole all the US’s technology. They took all the US manufacturing jobs.

    Not 1 in 100 will realize that US corporations, with the full cooperation of the Fed Gov, moved plant and technology to China to take advantage of their labor market. The Chinese didn’t have to steal a thing. They were given everything on a platter. The US corporation cancelled the jobs in the US to hand them to the Chinese that were willing to work for a fraction of the cost with lesser to nonexistent labor laws and unions. The current situation was easily predictable but no one in any position to tell the US population what was happening was allowed a platform.

    As for the Russians, the US population knows that the Russians had the audacity to put their country where the US has many of its foreign bases. The Ruskies are just asking for trouble. Such is the intelligence of the average 99 IQ point USian.

    • Agree: Miro23, Realist
    • Replies: @Z-man
  189. Realist says:

    This is another case where I adamantly agree.

    I believe AGW is one of a number of shams like the pandemic…a tool to put fear into the populace for purposes of control.

  190. Realist says:

    The very idea of a floating military vessel in the age of missiles, missile swarms and hyper sonic missiles is so stupid that only the military could think it’s a good idea.

    Agreed. But the usefulness of the U. S. navy is to provide belligerent, hegemonic force against third world countries…those without missiles.

    • Replies: @alwayswrite
  191. @Realist

    If thats the case why are China building a huge navy including aircraft carriers even Russia are planning to build a carrier,they by your infinite wisdom are either gonna use them also against third world countries,or they’re stupid,which is it?

  192. most respondents regard the Republicans as America’s designated conflict-friendly party based on the fact that the GOP is considered to be more “conservative” and therefore more likely to resort to force.

    And why would that be?

    Oh, right, it was because of the history of the conservative Wilson dragging America into WWI, the conservative FDR dragging America into WWII, Truman conservatively attacking North Korea, Johnson ditto North Vietnam. Absent the Bushes All wars are Democrat wars.

    It’s almost as if there’s been a sustained campaign of propaganda to make Americans believe otherwise.

  193. Joe Biden also has advantages and, like Obama, is a protection against the risk of global nuclear war. As you can see, Heaven is still holding back the winds of the WW3. And so it will continue until the appointed time. In the book of Daniel we read: “At the appointed time [the king of the north] will return back [Russia will regain the influence, which it lost after the break-up of the Soviet Union], and will enter into the south [this will be the beginning of the global nuclear war. The detonator will be the ethnic conflict to the south of Russia’s borders (Matthew 24:7)], but it will not be as the former [2008 – Georgia] or as the latter [Ukraine. Here too, a military response from the West is not to be expected now. However, the next time, after the return of Russia, there will be a military confrontation with the United States], for the dwellers of coastlands of Kittim [the distant West, to be precise – Americans] will come against him, and (he) will break down [will lose hope], and will go back.” (11:29, 30a) This time it will be a world war not only by name. This will be a mutual slaughter. The “great sword” will also be used. (Revelation 6:4)

  194. Z-man says:

    Those figures by the Swedes have got to be wrong. They have 6 or 7 ballistic missile subs and I’m sure more accurate, bigger and longer range land based ICBM’s. They just sent three men into space, they can send a big bomb to California.
    Oh yeah they would lose but they would cause some heavy damage. I hope they can’t hit where I live. (Big grin)

  195. Z-man says:

    US population knows that the Russians had the audacity to put their country where the US has many of its foreign bases. The Ruskies are just asking for trouble. Such is the intelligence of the average 99 IQ point USian.

    Yes, LOL!!!

    • Replies: @geokat62
  196. Z-man says:

    Finally on the last, brief segment of Tucker’s show tonight a mention of Russophobia. His point with his last guest being that the GOP was trying to outdo the Demo’kratz in demonizing the Russians and reverting totally to their NEOCON ways.
    Well a little anti NEOCON segment is better than nothing.
    Carlson has to skate a fine line as he knows to Beware The Power of The Cabal.

    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  197. geokat62 says:

  198. @Sean Breathnach

    The Jew faction behind Biden-Harris [e.g, billionaire Haim Saban] stole the 2020 U.S. presidential election from the Jew faction behind the incumbent Trump [e.g, the late billionaire Sheldon Adelson].


    Paul Craig Roberts
    Institute for Political Economy

    June 16, 2021 |
    No Election Fraud, Right? Very Wrong.

    And see this: The Big Lie, [June 3, 2021] by Caroline Reynolds

    Chorus: On 8 September 1935 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Bernard Baruch, Second King of the Jews, via agency shot to death democracy in America in the person of Senator Huey P. Long, the last great white reformer and the first American casualty of the Atomic War aka WW2.

    Today JAPE [JewAmerican Planetary Empire] is trying like a rather large anaconda to encircle vast Russia . Also China. Also Colombia and Venezuela. Also you-name-it. By their guilty spastic malice the Jew bosses [Avril Haines & cabal] and their mush-brain hirelings like Biden-Harris, Merrick Garland usw threaten the existence of all known intelligent life in the Universe. By courtesy we Merkins are included as part of this last category.

    Whachu gonna do about it, dear reader?

    shall we gather at the river burl ives ==>

    Jimmy Cliff – You Can Get It If You Really Want
    7,024,968 views • Nov 21, 2008


    Sean Breathnach’s vague references to supposed claims by A Nonny Mouse are merely pathetic, at least so far.

    I wrote about the Politkovskaya case already 9 years ago, see Alpha below.
    2/13/12 alt.politics

    Dear Vladimir,

    As you know, in the Russian Orthodox liturgical calendar, the Feast of
    the Purification will fall on Saturday, 25 February. Would this be an
    auspicious day for you to abase yourself at the grave of the murdered
    journalist Anna Stepanovna Politkovskaya (#2) in a gesture of image
    engineering? ….

    BETA:– IMEMC News
    International Middle East Media Center

    US Journalists’ Open Letter calls on Media to Tell the Truth about Palestine
    JUN 17, 2021

    Ahmed Shamsa was the name of this 16 year old. Died Thursday, 17 June in the northern occupied West Bank village of Beita in the Nablus district. “SDJ” = file code for
    “Shot Dead by Jews”.

  199. @Z-man

    Neocons-former Trots, now Zionazi Jews, many acolytes of the sinister Judaic guru, Leo Strauss. Plus a few Sabbat Goyim for plausible deniability. Neo-liberal economists-followers of that Judaic gentleperson, Milton Friedman (‘Capitalism is good for the Jews’)and his many successors, overwhelmingly Judaic, like the cabal controlling the US economy. ‘Neo’ appears to be a euphemism.

  200. @RoatanBill

    Roat, I know it’s a religion for you denialists, but you could not be more wrong. Higher CO2 concentrations in the past were different from today because of a slightly less radiant Sun, and a different distribution of continents and oceans, and were reached gradually, over millions of years, allowing the planet’s biospheres to adjust. Today the change and extent in atmospheric CO2 levels is probably the fastest we know of, certainly at least ten times faster than at the PETM 55 million years ago.
    Moreover, five of the six major mass extinction events in planetary history were caused by hothouse Earth conditions caused by increases in global atmospheric greenhouse gas levels. The hoary old denialist canard that temperatures rise BEFORE CO2 levels only pertains to the current Ice Age, where inter-glacials are triggered by the Milankovitch Cycles, which cause a thawing that is reinforced by CO2 and other greenhouse gases being released by thawing permafrost and clathrates. That has been pointed out innumerable times, but denialist are nothing if not ineducable.
    Antarctic volcanoes is dumbness taken to giddy heights. Any straw to clutch at. Renewables can easily power the planet, including molten salt solar thermal, pumped hydro, wave, tide, geothermal, offshore wind etc, until fusion arrives. Nuclear fission is a stalking-horse for fossil fuels, hugely expensive and STILL growing more so, with no safe disposal of wastes yet. I’d love to know how old you are, to see if you’ll be alive when the shit hits the fan in the next few decades-I bet you’ll be a bit less demonstrably insane then.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
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  201. @Mulga Mumblebrain

    The map is not the territory.
    Alfred Korzybski

    A lab experiment is not the real world.

    What’s really ridiculous is your belief that 4 one hundredths of 1 percent of CO2 in the atmosphere can produce the devastating effects predicted by the warmers. If CO2 could manage to create a blanket layer in the upper atmosphere to act as an umbrella over the planet, then it’s ability to retain heat would matter. But, CO2 is denser than air and in such a tiny concentration that as a trace gas it is inconsequential.

    Any CO2 molecule that heats up will shed that heat to the neighboring 2500 other molecules surrounding it and then that heat will be radiated back into space.

    Plus, water vapor is admitted even by the warmers to be orders of magnitude more powerful than CO2 in its effects and yet there’s no demand we get rid of clouds or find a way to reduce them. The real reason for picking CO2 as the bad guy was because pointing at the clouds would have never worked to fool the people. CO2 was picked because then humans could be blamed because they produce the gas as an industrial byproduct.

    I’m 70. My parents are both living in New York in their 90’s so I can expect to see this daft con game explode during my life time. Climate records actually indicate statistically that we should be at the end of a warming period with solar cycle 25 ushering in a cooling.

    Now that I’ve answered your question, answer mine – what is your educational / technical background in the sciences?

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  202. geokat62 says:

    Telegram post by Keith Woods:

    “You know what really surprises me? I did the (Golan) Heights, I did Jerusalem and I did Iran … And I also did many other things”

    Trump lamenting that he spent his entire presidency trying to appeal to Jews and they still hate him 😂

  203. geokat62 says:

    Telegram post by Gallia Daily:


    👉🏻 On Friday, June 18, 2021, the French general Delawarde was invited on the television channel CNEWS. On the live TV set, the general said that the media are not free, that they are manipulated by an elite. Facing him, the polemical Claude Posternak (himself Jewish) asked him “who is this elite”. And the general replied “This community that you know well”

    🚫 The TV presenter ordered “Let’s stop here, shut it down, remove the general”, putting an end to the show.

    ✡️ A few minutes later, the CRIF (French AIPAC) as well as the LICRA (French ADL), announced that they asked the Prosecutor to act. The associations also announced that they asked the Minister of Defense to punish the general.

    📌 The jewish NGOs thus intend to punish the general by mobilizing the government, the journalists and the prosecutor against him in order to prove that the general is wrong to assert that Jews control the government or the press.

    🔗 Source : CNEWS

  204. geokat62 says:

    Telegram comment posted by Eric Striker:

    Intelligence agencies are politically oppressing whites in an unprecedented way in USA, Canada, UK and Australia and thats not a coincidence. The Five Eyes are being instructed by world Jewry to act as nationalists continue to grow on the grassroots level.

  205. Joe Biden is a zionist, said it himself.
    The jews want Russia back.
    It’s that simple.

  206. @Darren Kelama

    A must see: The Magnitsky Act – Behind the Scenes (full length documentary)

    Just an FYI.. Bill Browder, the man behind lobbying for the act is a Jew…

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  207. RobinG says:
    @Reality Check

    A must see: The Magnitsky Act – Behind the Scenes

    Absolutely. Bill Browder is a key player in the massive disinfo campaign and new cold war being pushed worldwide. This film is a play within a play – the story director Andrei Nekrasov set out to tell, and the one his investigation reveals. Nekrasov, a critic of Putin and originally a fan of Browder, gradually discovers – and exposes – Browder’s scams and lies.

  208. @Mulga Mumblebrain

    I’m still waiting on your reply where you provide some evidence of your engineering / science credentials. You’ve been posting on the site so I know you’ve read my reply where I answered your question. Don’t you understand reciprocity?

    From what I can see from your prose is that you parrot what you’ve been told by the warmers but can’t actually mount a lucid and logical criticism of what I said. Simply stating Antarctic volcanoes is dumbness taken to giddy heights. lacks reasoning and amounts to a snide remark intended to denigrate.

    Why not take each point I made and refute it. Can you do that or doesn’t your recipe book of canned assertions cover it?

    I know you like to flag my post with the Troll button, but that only means you’re unable to counter my statements with logic.

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  209. RobinG says:

    What goes around, comes around, lol.

    “Putin is already polling higher than President Biden among Trump voters, according to the recent poll by Economist/YouGov, which also found that Republicans viewed Russia as less of a threat than Democrats do.”

    The Daily Beast titled this “How Putin Made a Fool of Tucker Carlson.” More like how Biden/Democrats are making fools of their supporters.

  210. Paul C. says:

    I trust you saw this?

    Good ol’ Neil Ferguson and the (((controlled))) Freemasons destroying humanity for 30 shekels.

  211. @RoatanBill

    Roatan, au contraire. Prove that volcanoes are melting the Antarctic ice-shields, not climate change. NASA has a nice article or two concerning the mantle plume under West Antarctica, that contributed to some melting over geologic time-scales, but is NOT responsible for the accelerating ice loss in West Antarctica. I’ll take NASA before fanatic denialists EVERY day. Another article explains how one denialist cites three studies of Antarctic volcanoes, but, typically, totally misrepresents that research.

  212. @RoatanBill

    In fact, Roatan, with the climate destabilising at rapid rate, you’ll need to get your excuses right. When the plebs realise that, yes, we are cooked like the geese, there are going to be some who will not be kindly disposed to the denialists who helped prevent humanity saving itself. I’d plead premature senility, if I was you.

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    , @RoatanBill
  213. @Mulga Mumblebrain

    I’m still waiting for a glimpse of your engineering and scientific background as I requested. My suspicion is your a real estate salesman or some such character with limited to no technical background. I realize you can make up anything you like but it might add some gravitas to your position if you could be a nuclear physicist, civil engineer, etc. So far, all you’re doing is rehashing the failed propaganda that we’re all gonna die because CO2.

    The most recent 91 of the 139 volcanoes in Antarctica were recently discovered and no one has yet had time to research their impact on melting. Since most of them are on the west side where the melting is greatest, it’s not too much of a stretch to suspect that they might have an input.

    CO2 kept rising even during the lockdown when people weren’t driving as much and industry was less productive. I cite this only because you’re a believer in the CO2 nonsense. At some point, people are going to realize that it’s the changes on the sun and our solar system’s position in the galaxy that are the cause of the warming via plasma physics and there’s nothing we can do about it. That realization will also bring in the consequence of the temporary warming which leads to the next ice age since we’re at the tail end of the current inter glacial.

    Here’s but one of dozens of scientific videos about what’s going on.

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