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The situation in the Ukraine is spinning out of control rapidly. The Biden People have B-1 nuclear-capable bombers patrolling in Scandinavia. They’ve begun flooding the region with warships.

Last week, they upped the ante and did a patrol with B-1 bombers over the Aegean Sea.

CNN, April 9:

The United States is considering sending warships into the Black Sea in the next few weeks in a show of support for Ukraine amid Russia’s increased military presence on Ukraine’s eastern border, a US defense official told CNN Thursday.

The US Navy routinely operates in the Black Sea, but a deployment of warships now would send a specific message to Moscow that the US is closely watching, the official said.

The Defense official also said the Navy is continuing to fly reconnaissance aircraft in international airspace over the Black Sea to monitor Russian naval activity and any troops movements in Crimea.

On Wednesday, two US B-1 bombers conducted missions over the Aegean Sea.

Those are not normal patrol jets. They’re nuclear bombing jets.

Russia is of course massing troops on the border in response to all of these threats and aggressive actions.

Meanwhile, the Biden people are also continuing to menace China.

Antony Blinken is spoiling for a fight after getting bitch-slapped in Alaska.
Antony Blinken is spoiling for a fight after getting bitch-slapped in Alaska.

Note the use of the “warning message” language again.

SCMP:

The United States military has engaged in a form of “cognitive warfare” following the latest encounter between its warships and the Chinese navy.

Both countries have deployed aircraft carrier strike groups to the East and South China seas, led by the USS Theodore Roosevelt and the Liaoning, respectively.

On Sunday, the US released a photo that showed one of its guided-missile destroyers, the USS Mustin, shadowing the Liaoning group – a move that analysts said was designed to send a clear message to the Chinese.

The photo taken on Monday somewhere in the East China Sea showed the ship’s captain, Commander Robert J Briggs, and his deputy Commander Richard D Slye watching the Liaoning, which was just a few thousand metres away.

What do people think is going on with all of this?

How does it make sense that the US military is aggressively menacing these superpowers, and then also claiming they’re defending themselves?

Have these people seen a globe, or any world map?

Russia and China are not on the same continent as the United States.

This is why I wish they taught maps in schools.
This is why I wish they taught maps in schools.

What does it even mean to claim that these countries are threatening us?

There is no benign explanation as to why the Biden People are doing this.

Then the question is: is there any reason they would be doing this other than that they were trying to start a world war?

The answer to that is: sure, I guess.

They could just be trying to pressure these countries for some reason.

But the only way it makes sense as a pressure campaign is as a threat of war.

That is to say: you might point a gun at someone you’re not planning to shoot, in order to get them to give you their wallet, but the implication is that if they don’t give you their wallet, you will shoot them.

This stock photo seems kinda racist, no?
This stock photo seems kinda racist, no?

Clearly, there are scenarios where a “robbery goes wrong,” and someone you intended to rob ends up dead.

I think it’s very clear that while the people in charge of the US government right now are evil, they are also not very smart.

Speaking of “the people in charge” – we don’t really understand who that is, do we?

  • Joe Biden is a vegetable.
  • He has surrounded himself with Jews and other villains.
  • The military appears to be acting on its own.

I don’t know who I would actually point to as being in charge of the US military right now. I don’t think it is that black guy or the timid Jew.

Generally, I would say that Bill Gates is more in charge of America’s domestic policy than anyone else, but I’ve never seen him involved in foreign policy.

Furthermore, if it was Israelis or strongly Israel-linked neocons, they would want this to start in Iran. I think?

Or maybe Russia is considered an easier target?

Russia has a serious problem in that they let unfiltered American media flood into the brains of their youth for the last 30 years, and more than that, for some reason they still haven’t banned Twitter, which means the State Department can organize internal revolution themselves.

One thing we’ve found about these hoes is that they ain’t loyal.
One thing we’ve found about these hoes is that they ain’t loyal.

What’s more, the Moslems inside Russia’s borders would probably start doing train bombings again if a war starts, which will feed into the back-stab.

I guess the big question is whether or not China would commit itself to the defense of Russia. The think tank consensus is “no.”

But if I were China, I would be looking at that map.

If Russia became a ZOG base, that would not be good for China.
If Russia became a ZOG base, that would not be good for China.

Russia is a big bulwark for China. This is especially true since their entire country is otherwise completely surrounded by the US military.

These numbers are ten years old, but this is the best map I can find to give you a basic idea of China’s situation:

It is certainly suspicious that China decided to put their country so close to US military bases.
It is certainly suspicious that China decided to put their country so close to US military bases.

You add to that the fact that the Middle East is flooded with US troops and US-backed terror groups, and if Russia were to fall to ZOG, China would be totally encased.

Probably, everyone in the Washington establishment basically thinks it’s a good idea to start a world war. But that still doesn’t explain who is actually making these decisions.

This entire concept of a totally secret government, where even if you’re analyzing it, you can’t figure it out, is very concerning.

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  1. It’s funny almost, really. I’m just wondering how it will all play out over the next two years, and if I’ll be fortunate enough to accidentally position myself on the frontlines.

    It trickles down to some of the kids. Most don’t care, but you get the odd one that wants war with Russia. Damndest thing.

    The Millennial Demographic here is a real mixed bag on foreign policy. The best thing that can be said about them is they just seem plain unexcited and unqualified for total war, and that’s a real blessing.

    This asks another question though…making an entire generation basically unsuited for war or nation building sounds like a terrible idea for a government that wants a world war. Really, who is coordinating this?

    Conflicting factions always made the most sense to me.

  2. Bill H. says: • Website

    “I don’t know who I would actually point to as being in charge of the US military. “

    I’d say that’s a very good question. It certainly wasn’t Trump when he was in office. He ordered all military forces out of Syria, and not only did it not happen but forces increased. It wasn’t Obama, either, as he thought we were in Afghanistan to “deny them space in which to plan their attacks,” which was grammatically awesome, but logically idiotic.

    The idea that the military is taking orders from a senile, historically corrupt idiot and a Jamaican prostitute is absurd.

  3. I think it’s very clear that while the people in charge of the US government right now are evil, they are also not very smart.

    Even dumb gangsters are dangerous (possibly more so) especially with their CAPOs spread in various lickspittle states around the world.

    Generally, I would say that Bill Gates is more in charge of America’s domestic policy than anyone else, but I’ve never seen him involved in foreign policy.

    You don’t think creepy Bill has global ambitions? Millions of poverty-stricken debt-trapped African farmers, 100,000 sterilised Kenyan women, 600 dead Philippino kids, the WHO, Corona Chan and creepy Bill’s global “vaccine” program say otherwise.

    Meanwhile, the obvious solution is for someone to just sneak out and quietly set off the Yellowstone Caldera.

    Then we can all get some sleep.

    • Replies: @Old Prude
  4. anon[143] • Disclaimer says:

    “I don’t know who I would actually point to as being in charge of the US military right now.”

    Here ya go:

    Game of thrones villein and white-collar criminal defense asshole. He’s there to help Buzzy’s bank cash in on the next CIA attack on the domestic population, to be blamed on Russia or China.

  5. MarkU says:

    I don’t think they want to start WW3 but they do want a state of conflict with both Russia and China. By offshoring US and EU jobs they helped to turn China into an industrial giant, now they realise that they can’t compete and the plan seems to be to start a new cold war to divide the world up. A conflict with Russia will make the EU dependent on the otherwise un-competitive US energy sector and block the Chinese new silk roads project as well. The ‘freedom of navigation’ exercises around China are really to show the Chinese that they can block shipping and prevent them exporting goods by sea.

  6. DrJeff says:

    Our adversaries are playing chess while Biden plays checkers.

    • Replies: @MGB
    , @Bill Jones
    , @moi
  7. The enemy is a small group of Luciferians, with agents in all countries, cloaked in all religious and ideological garbs.

    The easiest way to defeat them is to know their M.O. and their mentality.

    Luciferianism is the worship of naked power and knowledge. They believe that they control the spirit world, due to their fallacious interpretations of Qabbalistic and other occult teachings. They use black magic and astrology, and anything else they can use for leverage. They have some low-level metaphysical powers, as well as a certain dominance over evil spirits from the lower astral planes. This is the main reason for sacrifices – it is payment to spirits for evil services.

    They worship science and technology, too, since knowledge is power, and technology is a force multiplier.

    The utilize any and all weaknesses, hopes, dreams, and fears of the human heart.

    They are trying to destroy all religions and creeds other than their own, by means of infiltration, corruption, and existential wars.

    But – they are totally deluded. They do not control the spirit world, and most of the scientific theories they base their plans on are unrealistic and do not correspond to Reality. They are going to fail, one way or another. The question is how many they can take with them in their fall.

    This is a spiritual, magical war we are engaged in. The way to fight them is by metaphysical good. Morality, courage, humility, all the virtues. Speaking truth. Being good examples of noble humanity. Doing good works, having faith in the One God. All religions are genuine – but they must be weighed in the privacy of one’s own soul. No outside interpretations, of any of it, should be accepted as the final word on the matter. That is an affair between oneself and God.

    As Jesus said: “The Kingdom of God is within you”.

    Finally – all souls shall attain to liberation sooner or later. Even the most evil and damned. They will enter the lower astral Hell realms upon death of the body, and stay there for a long time, but not forever. God is merciful, and He does not mete out eternal punishment for anything – although, to some, it might feel like an eternity.

    Good souls go to the astral heavens upon death, there to rest and enjoy the beauty and peace, and later to return to a new garb of flesh. Ideally, with every life lived, the soul becomes more free. At some point, it will have become pure enough to return to God, its Source.

    Therefore – be of good cheer, and fight the good fight! 🙂

  8. Unrelated to the issue of war, but another relevant issue for the people here to consider:

    https://cryptonews.com.au/story/china-s-digital-yuan-comes-with-an-expiration-date-161413

    Industrial civilization will lead to the rebirth of slavery: Belloc

    A lot of people seem to be oblivious to the absolute nightmare that will be ushered in by digital currencies. It will lead to a degree of enslavement and servitude that would make Stalin blush.

    [MORE]

    The purpose of an expiration date is obvious. You will not be allowed to save or own anything. You will be forced to spend all your money. That means further consumption and investment in stocks and bonds.

    It means more profits for corporations and higher stock prices for oligarchs. Do you want to save money for college, for a car, for a house? No can do.

    You will either have to borrow the money or rent it. The vast majority of people rarely can amass such liquidity in hand. They are forced to either sell property or save up.

    You will be forced to rent houses, rent cars, and borrow for college or to start a business. It means going deeper into debt and further fattening the banking cartels. Renting items instead of owning them is also quite lucrative for the rich.

    If you own a car, you only have to pay for its maintenance. If your rent one, you have to pay for maintenance and a rent, a further avenue for income. More income for the rich via rents and interests, less safety nets for the population.

    The more impoverished and cash strapped the population is, the more desperate they will be. Even if Amazon pays you 5 dollars an hour, you will be hesitant to quit the job, lest you starve. No savings means no security net, and permanent labor in search of sustenance.

    The end result will be the transformation of 80-90% of the population into destitute wage slaves, who own nothing and permanently toil away for subsistence.

    The handful of wealthy and bourgeois technocrat will benefit greatly however. Those who earn a large monthly income or already own substantial properties will be able to own anything, and will be able to further buy up properties from the masses.

    Each economic depression will bring with it new opportunities to further consolidate property holdings into fewer and fewer hands. As we saw from the 2009 financial crisis, the rich only get richer during economic busts. The big banks grew 35% bigger after 2009.

    The glorious future is fast coming to realization. You will own nothing, you will eat bugs, you will live in pods, you will work 16 hours a day, you will drink soy, the rich will fuck your wife, you will raise their kids, and you will be happy. Just watch netflix, drink soy and buy marvel toys, and all will be well.

    • Agree: El Dato
  9. anonymous[139] • Disclaimer says:

    Unbelievable. These rash idiots are taking us to the brink for things no one in America ever even thinks about such as the state of affairs in Ukraine. There does seem to be some inner dynamic force driving things apart from the carny clowns up front. Deep state is the most frequently used term for lack of a more precise description. All composed of anonymous actors, apparently. We’re all being held hostage by these reckless, faceless people operating from behind the scenes. Wonder how long this has been planned and was getting rid of Trump part of this plan?

  10. @Bill H.

    Whoever calls the shots at the CFR and Bilderberg no doubt calls the shots for the US military as well. That’s the real government.

    The way I see it, there are four layers to the American regime:

    At the bottom is the official government, congress and Presidency. Officially they are rulling the US, though in reality they play second fiddle to the wishes of the deep state.

    The next layer would be the deep state. A permanent nexus of intel agencies, military officials, high level bureaucrats, judges, corporate execs, think tanks and NGO execs. They do the research on globalization, determine which course of action would be correct and actually set the policies. There’s certianly a revolving door between the US military-intelligence extablishment, corporate boards, think tanks, the UN, world bank and elite NGOs.

    Presidents and legislators come and go but the deep state is permanent. However, they are not sovereign. They answer to the oligarchs.

    The oligarchs fund the deep state and hold the strings on their backs. These are the Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, George Soros, Michael Bloombergs of the world. CEOs of large corporations and tech magnates. They fund these think tanks and NGOs, provide livelihoods for ex-government officials and fund the political process as well. They meet at elite groups like the CFR, Bilderberg and the world economic forum to discuss the future.

    However, they are not the true sovereign at the end of the day. That title goes to the banking and financial elite.

    All industrial societies have centralized planning ot one degree or another. In the Soviet Union a politburo would centrally plan the economy. In American capitalism, the banking system acts as the central planning committee. By allocating or restricting the flow of capital, they determine which sector of the economy will flourish and which will flounder.

    Due to the fractional reserve system, the banks control the flow of money. Not even Amazon could survive a fatwa from the banking system. In fact, all fortune 500 companies are largely owned by just five banks: Blackrock, Vanguard, Fidelity, State Street and JP Morgan.

    These banks are run by career CEOs and technocrats like Larry Fink, but their true owners are a mystery. They are most likely owned by the same people who founded the Fed, the 7 elite banking families: Rothschild, Morgan, Rockefeller, Kuhn Loeb, Israel-Moses Sefi, Lazard and Warburg.

    Of these, only Morgan and Rockefeller are not Jewish. Though there is suspicion regarding the Rockefellers.

    The elites share common goals but there is factionalism among them. For most of the Judeo-liberal era of American history beginning from 1973 when Nelson Rockefeller died to 2017, the Kingpin of the liberal establishment was David Rockefeller. They more or less all rallied around him at the end of the day.He was the closes thing America had to a King.

    But since his death in 2017, there doesn’t seem to be a clear leader of the American elites. Its like the Soviet Union after Yuri Andropov’s death, largely without a unifying figure at the center.

  11. anon[204] • Disclaimer says:

    Andrew, you were wrong (as you are wrong about so many things) in your article about the response to the death of Prince Andrew when you wrote that Karen Geier isn’t jewish, but is instead an “aryan princess.” Just do a twitter search of her account for the word “israel” and you will see that she “has family in israel.” Aryan Princesses don’t have family in Israel. Do you?

  12. The USA is far from this region and will not suffer from military action. However, the duped Australians will once again suffer as a vassal state for a distant empire. South Korea and the Philippines have quietly and wisely declared neutrality in an American-China war.

  13. aandrews says:

    “This stock photo seems kinda racist, no?”

    And he’s holding a stainless steel Python. How ghetto!

  14. WHAT says:

    B-1 is hardly a threat, being a bomber fleet in the age of missiles that is actively being cannibalized for parts, lol.

    Twitter hysteria is also way overblown. RCN is bringing them to heel, but will not ban outright, as this slow controlled trickle of poison is actually important for society to have immunity to neocohen snares. Correct conclusions were made from the USSR demise.

  15. I’m surprised the DC fools aren’t rolling over for China.

    That’s beyond dumb, because China can cutoff enormous amounts of semiconductor production overnight.

    No more high tech comms, aircraft, night vision, or drones for the DC fools.

    Provoking Russia in Ukraine is also beyond dumb.

    If the DC fools do that, this time I hope the First Guards Tank Army goes all the way to the English Channel.

  16. Well? in case of prolonged conflict All three countries will mobilize.
    Concerning US it could be a problem. The way this government is not only marginalizing but really oppressing the whites, some whites of fighting age may just become conscious objectors and move to Canada. That could be a disaster.

  17. When all the illegitimate Biden Regime has is hate whitey race cards, blink blink Blinken starts another cash crop war for his Zionist masters. Not only do I have Negro Fatigue, I’ve got Kosher sickness.

    • Thanks: Buck Ransom
    • LOL: Biff, acementhead
  18. Absolutely no one is going to fight dementia Joe’s war. No one useful.

    The first war where the other side did not show up.

    Okay, maybe Lakuisha might take off in some elaborate fighter jet and crash during rotation.

    A battalion of gay special forces supporting a dozen transgendered Seals may deploy. But squad unity will soon breakdown as sexual tensions rise.

    Black troops will be reliable up until the time looting opportunities arise.

    This is so ridiculously predictable.

    I’m entirely on the side of the Russians or the Chinese. Because, why wouldn’t I be?

  19. @Carlton Meyer

    The Australians are f****ed. Mother Britain will remain preoccupied with what they call “knife crime” and covering for the Pakistani rape gangs.

    The Australians themselves have been disarmed. Nice people and all, but they are now helpless.

    New Zealand is controlled by Jacinda Ardern. She will quickly surrender to any non-white or non-heterosexual force that might threaten the nation. I imagine that if one thousand gay people landed in New Zealand, with a dozen shotguns, the place is theirs,

    It’s an awful time to be alive. Unless you recognize that your natural life is drawing to a close. In which case it’s nothing more than entertainment.

  20. @Just another serf

    Absolutely no one is going to fight dementia Joe’s war. No one useful.

    Clearly you are unfamiliar with the draft. Which will now be the woke draft. Only white males will be conscripted to make penance for their contributions to systemic racism! They will nobly protect the victimized minorities by dying for ZOG and defending our woke capitalist way of life here in the North American Kosher Bodega Economic Zone (formerly known as the USA)

    You probably think I’m kidding if you haven’t been paying attention. Sending young white males into a Kosher meat grinder would be the best plan yet and they are setting the stage for it now.

  21. Ghali says:

    “The Moslems inside Russia’s borders would probably start doing train bombings again if a war starts, which will feed into the back-stab.”This is utterly racist rubbish. Russian Muslims are Indigenus Russians. Unlike those who travel from Saudi Arabia to the US.

  22. Dumbo says:

    I think we (all in the former West) are currently governed by demonic forces which want war, disease, death, disgrace. There is no other explanation. Why else would these satanic fuckers want a war on top of a pandemic on top of an economic crisis on top of sexual degeneration on top of ugliness and pain. They hate Peace and Beauty and Love.

    • Agree: SeekerofthePresence
  23. What the US is doing would be like Russia and China regularly patrolling the Gulf of Mexico.

    • Replies: @Levtraro
  24. El Dato says:
    @Boomthorkell

    What if there is no center and it’s all just calcified loops of self-believing bullshit and inertia and profiteering, spiced up with utter cognitive overload paired with massive disinterest and a tendency to play to the camera rather than perform actual work?

    I’m sure many Science-Fiction stories have been written about this.

    The need of “fortifying an election” in order to install an utterly unsuitable POTUS, an administration that looks like a showcase for children with special needs and a SCOTUS that can’t read its own Constitution. Yep, these guys are NOT in charge.

    • Thanks: Boomthorkell
    • LOL: Fred777
    • Replies: @Fred777
  25. El Dato says:
    @Carlton Meyer

    I hope China invades Australia for good because I can’t hear it about the mythical “Abo Genocide” and the “Abo Culture Destruction” anymore.

    • Replies: @Joe Incognito
  26. What do you call “rule by psychopaths?”

  27. [Too much use of profanity and ethnic/racial slurs. Clean up your act unless you want your comments trashed.]

    • Replies: @HeebHunter
  28. @Carlton Meyer

    I’ve told you before: this analysis is garbage. You are completely wrong about Australia. For God’s sake show some humility, take this one down and do the research for a better one.

  29. @Bill H.

    Funny that these disastrous situations didn’t crop up until the Ruling Class stole the election, though, isn’t it?

  30. Johan says:

    My theory is that Russia is the target because Russia is not yet as spiritually deranged and lost in deep materialism as the Western world. And not a chaos like the rest of the non Western world. China on the other hand is moving towards a technological dystopia. The aim is not US hegemony, the US as a country is insignificant, it has since long been taken over. When only powers of extreme materialism are left, the two, the Western and Chinese could even merge together, taking the rest of the world with them.

    • Replies: @Anon
  31. @Thomas Faber

    Jesus didn’t say shit, get with the times

    • Disagree: Thomas Faber
  32. @anonymous

    Oh yes there are many “americans” who think about the state of affairs in Ukraine. They all reside in the “administration” and its string pullers.

  33. AKAHorace says:

    On Wednesday, two US B-1 bombers conducted missions over the Aegean Sea

    Sorry, but how does conducting missions over the Aegean sea threaten Russia ?

  34. @anonymous

    was getting rid of Trump part of this plan?

    Yep. Remember, a vote for Biden was a vote for war. In 2020, I thought it would be an invasion of Syria or some other camel-infested sandpit, but I underestimated the evil of the Ruling Class.

  35. John Hagan says: • Website

    The Search (updated satire): My search for the most humane, ethical and peaceloving country on this earth. In the final five I listed are the UK, Israel, USA, France and Ukraine.
    Obviously not New Zealand, Australia, China, Iran and Switzerland due to their abuse of their native populations. Ancient history also eliminated Greece and Italy. This is the updated version.

  36. Garliv says:
    @Thomas Faber

    Let me guess, And this was revealed to you through God’s revelation? Or is it a critique of Kabbalah mysticism?

    • Replies: @Thomas Faber
  37. Miro23 says:

    I guess the big question is whether or not China would commit itself to the defense of Russia. The think tank consensus is “no.”

    But if I were China, I would be looking at that map.

    If the real reason for all this is to scare the Europeans back into line – then it’s down to Europeans to say that they’ve had enough of US deep state/CIA/MSM/neo-con BS and that they reject US agression. In other words distance themselves from the Satanists.

    • Replies: @BorisMay
  38. @James K Polk

    What do you call “rule by psychopaths”?

    I’ll bite. The United States Federal Government, right?

  39. @Caspar von Everec

    A minor point: Nelson Rockefeller died in 1979, banging his secretary it is rumored. Otherwise, if he had died in 1973, Gerald Ford would have had a corpse as his VP.

    • Replies: @Kati_uk
  40. @Bill H.

    Quoting from Mr Anglin,”I don’t know who I would actually point to as being in charge of the US military right now. I don’t think it is that black guy or the timid Jew.”

    Actually it is the timid Jew who is in charge.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  41. re: Russia and China are not on the same continent as the United States.

    I believe that this difference is not important any more in our age of hypersonic weapons. The objective is simply planetary control. And if humanity and the planet survive this step (which is far from certain) the next area of conflict will be space starting with the Moon and Mars.

  42. Fred777 says:
    @El Dato

    “What if there is no center and it’s all just calcified loops of self-believing bullshit and inertia and profiteering, spiced up with utter cognitive overload paired with massive disinterest and a tendency to play to the camera rather than perform actual work?”

    Epic.

  43. Franz says:

    I guess the big question is whether or not China would commit itself to the defense of Russia. The think tank consensus is “no.”

    But if I were China, I would be looking at that map.
    If Russia became a ZOG base, that would not be good for China.

    Yeah, the think tank twits are still playing Monopoly.

    Once China and the Russians take down NATO, the US, UK, etc, China can get busy with it’s main historical duty of husbanding its sphere of influence. They will first take down India, make it a colony, then advance into the Pacific and probably set up their Western Command in Sydney, Australia or Honolulu, Hawaii.

    Then they could get on with what they call the Sino-Centric Century they have claimed for their own. If you’re in industry you know they’ve been yapping about it since 1994. Time to stop the chatter and start the Imperium.

    Too bad for the West, but we won’t live in it anyway.

    • Replies: @Carlton Meyer
    , @denk
  44. @Boomthorkell

    I suspect the decline managers in charge of softening millennials (these people did a worse job than their fathers who were fattening the boomers on TV, I think) were expecting China to become Poz Faggot West 2.0. I’m glad the Chinese recall the Anglo-Jew humiliation century and blame it squarely on Lord Rothschild and Disraeli.

    • Agree: Boomthorkell
    • Replies: @Boomthorkell
  45. theMann says:

    Two points:

    1. If the US Military is now calling its own shots, there is a term for that: Sedition. Their behavior is utterly lawless, and inimical to the interests of the American people. Personally, I consider this a bad thing. Very bad.

    2. TPTB may be thoroughly evil, but the more relevant operand is that they are thoroughly insane. Or should I say, INSANE. You cannot understand insane in rational terms. You cannot engage insane in rational terms. The only thing you can ever do with insane is cauterize it and move on. So we, the American People, are either going to cauterize the insane and move on, or our society will not survive. Period. Considering the massive insanity the American People have openly embraced as a result of CoronaFraud, I am not hopeful for our future.

    • Replies: @Jake
  46. If you can’t figure out who, when, where and why then perhaps Ron Unz should ask someone who can and his opinion is what we should be reading in the morning.

  47. Levtraro says:
    @Commentator Mike

    I think they do, with subs, they patrol the Gulf, the northeastern coast, the Pacific coast, they just don’t announce it with megaphones from rooftops.

  48. Z-man says:

    It’s the Jews!
    They HATE Putin and ‘RUSSIA!’ because Putin reestablished the Russian Christian Orthodox Church in Mother Russia. The Jews thought they would have a totally Godless mass in Eurasia, but Putin thwarted them.
    That diseased looking Blinken, Blinken what a funny name, is not going to be funny when he gets us into a LBGTQ inspired war against Christian Russia. I hope he has a fatal and rapidly spreading disease. (Evil grin)
    Death to all NEOCONS. They should be hunted down like the rats they are.

    • Replies: @Montefrío
  49. @Thomas Faber

    I’ve seen too much weakness cloaked in goodness be destroyed and abused to believe in this. Strength when wielded by evil people, must be challenged with greater strength.

    • Replies: @Thomas Faber
  50. tosca says:

    Elementary, my dear Watson!

  51. @Just another serf

    Absolutely no one is going to fight dementia Joe’s war. No one useful.

    Sadly there are still hundreds of thousands of competent White men who are willing to get their legs blown off for ZOG because their pastor told them Jesus loves Israel.

    This is why it can only help to spread the idea that all White men in the military are secretly Trump supporting racists that must be purged immediately.

  52. @Franz

    China does not need to invade nations with its military, it can just slowly buy them. Watch these excellent videos of problems caused after Chinese citizens bought thousands of homes in Vancouver and New Zealand. Many of these homes remain empty since they were purchased only as an investment, or rarely used as vacation homes, while local workers live with their parents since home prices are too high.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HzSAmOQuyjU

    These videos are several years old; it is worse now. This also explains why home prices are soaring in the USA. The Chinese are quietly buying.

    • Replies: @Tor597
    , @Franz
    , @AndrewR
  53. @Bill H.

    I’d say that’s a very good question. It certainly wasn’t Trump when he was in office. He ordered all military forces out of Syria, and not only did it not happen but forces increased.

    Nonsense; of course it was Trump. Trump was the commander in chief and Trump gave the orders. Trump enthusiastically escalated the hybrid wars against Russia, China, Iran, Syria and Venezuela. Trump could’ve ended the war in Afghanistan, stopped supporting the Saudi war against Yemen and pulled the troops out of Syria and Iraq, any time he wanted to, but he refused. Trump took great pride in moving the embassy to Jerusalem, giving Syrian land to Israel, repudiating the JCPOA agreement with Iran and assassinating General Soleimani. Whether or not Trump was accepting advice from anyone else is irrelevant.

  54. bayviking says:

    The answer to the question of “who is in charge” is simply Henry Kissinger.

    Henry Alfred Kissinger (founded KCMG) is an American politician, diplomat, and geopolitical consultant who served as United States Secretary of State and National Security Advisor under the presidential administrations of Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford. A Jewish refugee who fled Nazi Germany with his family in 1938, he became National Security Advisor in 1969 and U.S. Secretary of State in 1973. For his actions negotiating a ceasefire in Vietnam, Kissinger received the 1973 Nobel Peace Prize under controversial circumstances, with two members of the committee resigning in protest.

    Kissinger remains a controversial and polarizing figure in U.S. politics, both condemned as an alleged war criminal by many journalists, political activists, and human rights lawyers, and venerated as a highly effective U.S. Secretary of State by many prominent international relations scholars.

    In his PhD dissertation, Kissinger first introduced the concept of “legitimacy”. Kissinger’s approach to diplomacy took it for granted that as long as the decision-makers in the major states were willing to accept the international order, then it is “legitimate” with questions of public opinion and morality dismissed as irrelevant.

    Every President since Nixon, from Ford to Biden, including Trump, have consulted with Kissinger. Kissinger believes that population growth in the least developed countries (LDCs) is a threat to US national security, because it can lead to civil unrest and political instability in countries that had a high potential for economic development. It recommends that US leadership “influence national leaders” and that “improved world-wide support for population-related efforts should be sought through increased emphasis on mass media and other population education and motivation programs by the UN, USIA, and USAID.”

    In simpler terms Kissinger’s policy, as he has himself stated is, “Control food and you control people. Control oil and you control nations”. This position explains what the USA has been up to since WWII, using the tools of diplomacy, military force and finance through the World Bank and International Monetary Fund, both which are controlled by the United States.

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

    • Replies: @Majority of One
  55. TKK says:

    Update:

    My brother working as a contractor in Iraq….since around 2007…..was just told yesterday that they would be pulling up stakes in September.

    Apparently, the permanent bases will be abandoned or gifted to another country. That is trillions of dollars, by the way. US did the same thing in Afghanistan. Gave billions of dollars in infrastructure and supplies to the Taliban. Said it would cost more in logistics to move it.

    Not sure how this fits into The Plan. Armed bases in Iraq would be indispensable in WW3, but perhaps the point is to lose?

    • Replies: @Old and Grumpy
  56. @Garliv

    Extensive studies, as well as thinking and intuition.

    There is much truth in Kabbalah mysticism. But the Luciferians have misunderstood it gravely.

    • Replies: @Garliv
  57. @Daniel Chieh

    You must have heard about Ghandi!

    He relinquished material goods, lived in poverty and simplicity, and was peaceful, and yet inspired change in a massive country. He didn’t do it alone, of course, but neither are people today alone.

    I am not against self-defense (and neither was he, by the way), but the Spirit is strongest, forever and always. The entirety of Creation is created from God’s Light, and nothing will ever be more powerful, or more strong, than that.

    That’s what Ghandi used, the power of Truth. And because he was fearless, it worked.

    Of course, hypocritical bollocks is not going to have an effect, except to make one more dishonest and debased. It has to be the real deal.

  58. Anon[273] • Disclaimer says:
    @Johan

    “lost in deep materialism as the Western world”

    actually, Russians have, the whole world is.
    the fight is only who gets to grab more stuff.
    China is turbo-materialistic. Like the West on speed.

    Anyways, it won’t end good. A planet with limited resources
    wont be able to satisfy 8-9 billion people wanting to live
    like Americans. It just isnt possible. It will all break at some point.

    This is why, it is pointless taking sides. Even meaningless
    chasing news-headlines. If the war doesnt come now, it will in
    5-10-20 years. It’s unavoidable. Mother nature self correcting.

    • Replies: @Miville
    , @Johan
  59. Anonymous[278] • Disclaimer says:

    The ancestral hatred Russia explained by EMJ:

    • Replies: @Spender_CGB
  60. @Z-man

    Well, his name goes well in the Winkin’-Blinkin’-and Nod combo at the top of gov: Kamala winkin’ at Willie and Joe Blow nodding off. Can’t beat an opéra bouffe government!

    • LOL: Z-man
  61. Anonymous[857] • Disclaimer says:

    The ancestral hatred of Russia explained by EMJ.

    Nb: YT video will automatically start playing at the spot (1:01:40):

  62. Washington wants to dominate the world not destroy it. It knows the Russians, Chinese, and Iranians do not want war either but must defend themselves against threats and therefore use resources to defend themselves since the Washington regime will look for any chink in the armor of their advisaries. The US can spend unlimited amounts of money on military adventures without any fear that the US population will rebel even now. This can be done because the Intel services have virtually complete control of the mainstream media and total control of the big social media companies.

    The ultimate goal of all this is just to keep the gravy train going by creating “threats” in a nakedly Orwellian way. The major transformation I have seen in US society is that institutions, at all levels, exist to exist–there is no ultimate vision of the future other than keep the games going. The average American is almost totally passive to such a degree that political discussion and dialogue is a social faux pas unless everyone in the room agrees. Nihilism may well be the new official ideology.

  63. @Boomthorkell

    The military may well be hiding the stats, but I wonder how well recruitment is going these days. And how many on active duty are re-enlisting once their term is up? How many white Zoomers and millennials are talking to recruiters? How can they possibly reach their recruitment goals, since white boys, the backbone of the military, are now looked upon as potential domestic terrorists? What white parents of sound mind are encouraging their sons and daughters to sign up? Will we soon have a mostly “people of color” military? Good luck with that.

    Forty percent of Marines are refusing to take a Covid shot, despite overwhelming pressure from the top. As these dangerous vaccines are still labeled “experimental” they can’t be mandated – at least not yet. However, it strikes me, that these “vaccine hesitant” Marines (surely other branches as well) are close to insubordination for the thought crime of thinking for themselves. A very good thing which should be encouraged.

    I’ve also read that the overall morale among troops is extremely low, especially since the anti-white-male Biden Admin seized power thru voter fraud. In Vietnam, all was lost when soldiers, mostly draftees, started thumbing their noses at their officers orders, and began “fragging” them instead. If the psychopaths running the US start a hot war on Russia, could there be an insurrection within the ranks to pale what happened on Jan. 6? Mutiny has happened many times before. I pray it happens again this time.

  64. Miville says:

    The US can prepare for war. But they cannot start a world war. A world war profitable to the Western Zionist elites can be started only by France, which takes the bad karma, and then profitably continues by the US who can come to rob other fighters of their victory. If the US together with Israel want to attack Russia or Iran it is up to Macron and the Rothschilds that sponsor him. All the US can do is patrolling.

    If the US start themselves a war in Ukraine for instance they are certain to suffer defeat and to have a civil war at home as Russia knows how to start : the KGB was never dissolved. If the US start a war against Iran Iran is the victor : Both Russia and China comes to rescue. In the process China explicitly vassalizes Afghanistan and Pakistan, makes a treaty of neutrality with India (with Pakistan abandoning its enem, and deploys its troops westwards onto River Euphrates, it advances also down to the Straits of Hurmuz and cut it to the West. The US just stupidly loose and retreat. Any nuclear response from the US would be answered in kind. Such a scenario would be the most stupid and disastrous for Israel who would lose its grip onto the West as even the Western Jews would abandon Israel : facing Arabs they can play brave but the day the troops just across River Jordan are Chinese that’s a very different game. Therefore the US won’t start any war by themselves. They need someone else to start it, let the allies and foes choose their camps, remain not very interventionist for a little while, and bat last.

    France is the perfect country for starting a conflict especially when it is at the hands of a would-be Napoleon that needs one to expend his surplus unruly population, and it is also the perfect country to lose a war that promises to be assuredly lost by the attacker at its first stage. The US when attacking the first always risk nuclear retaliation. France, though a nuclear country, cannot be targeted for nuclear retaliation by the allies of the middle-sized country she would attack.

    If France destroys Damas with warheads, Moscow has no good diplomatic reason to send rockets onto Paris : France is just in a perfect position to be invaded by a unified Arab or neo-Ottoman Empire. Then once France has self-destroyed the US can choose the allies they will defend and the enemies they will fight after having been attacked by false flag bearers. Unfortunately for the US, it will be then too late : Russia and China, as allies, are already dividing up the country into two for good and when France attacks on the main frontline China and Russia will neutralize the US through a Civil War it will never recover from.

    The only reason why Bidenites are pushing for a world war anywhere in the world is that the only way they know to expand social programs and lower revenues is making and selling armament : in other fields of economy the US is substandard at best. The Democratic Party never knew any other way of making trickle down happen : wars alone make low quality manpower a valuable commodity anew, especially the coloured people they lionize. But this time the war will be a civil one and it will be lost. One can think of England during the Hundred Years’ war : when they could no longer triumph on battlefields in France as the latter and a few other entities were reemerging as organized countries the war morphed into the War of Two Roses on English soil proper.

  65. Miville says:
    @Anon

    The Chinese don’t want to live as Americans, except for the computers and electronics. Moreover they seem to be able and willing to correct their own waste with a science the West doesn’t care about.

    • Replies: @HeebHunter
  66. @Anonymous

    Cherep Spirodovitch spelled it out in great detail in his book
    “The Secret World Government or Hidden Hand”.

    Also the undying hatred of Christianity.
    The book is available at https://archive.org/details/TheSecretWorldGovernmentOrHiddenHand

  67. @Thomas Faber

    India’s not much better for it in the end.

    Victory is its own reward.

    • Replies: @Thomas Faber
  68. The omens are not good. They have put a mentally enfeebled president in the White House (anyone remember Peter Sellers last film Being There which in this context complements Dr Strangelove?) Mutually assured destruction, MAD, used to be the “philosophical” foundation for maintenance of the peace. The balance of power has changed since then and the Zio-cons should probably understand that their first nation will top the list of targets should they choose to provoke the mad war but then again there are some amongst them who will Armageddon.

  69. Anon[363] • Disclaimer says:

    Is anybody talking about how hilarious it is that Ron Unz publishes the king of 4chan trolls, Andrew Anglin? I like it, btw.

    • Replies: @Tor597
    , @Johnny Rico
  70. @HeebHunter

    Boohoo, the truth hurts so much heh?

    Muttmerica is a satanic shithole.

    Here is the news, I am not going to write everything again.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2021/04/13/world/europe/us-military-germany.html

    https://edition.cnn.com/2021/04/13/politics/lloyd-austin-increase-us-troops-germany-nato/index.html

    https://electrek.co/2021/04/11/tesla-hikes-solar-roof-price-on-contracts-signed-over-a-year-ago/
    Lolberturdian (((Free Market))) at its finest.

    Muttmerica is the logical outcome of liberalism.

  71. @Miville

    Shh, who cares if the Chinese or the rest of the developing world doesn’t want to adopt pedophilia, necrophilia, and homosexual faggotry?

    They are building things, so they must be just like muttmerica.

    Don’t attempt to analyze a golems thought process. It has none.

  72. @TKK

    I think losing is indeed the point. Seems like the rulers of the world simply want to kill Americans.

    • Agree: TKK
  73. denk says:

    Amazing that so many people still dont know whats the deep state, or ptb..

    Who is behind this SARS2, aka covid19 madness? I accept the risk of triggering your “conspiracy theory” buttons by identifying the widely recognized ”
    global military-medical-petrochemical-pharmaceutical cartel” as the only suspect that can wield the powers necessary to effect these frightening outcomes.

    ……………….

    In the days preceding the emergence of the first covid cases, American raced to the Pacific Rim to impact escalating aggressions on the Korean peninsula, SCS, TW straits, HK, ECS. Communist China-a “most favored” trading partner with America, is politically allied with several American enemies, including those said to possess weapons of mass destruction, including Iran. Coincidental? Not likely when viewing the larger political picture involving the Ango-American oligarchy’s RMA and instigated “conflicts short of war.”

    Ultimately, “We the People” have become the greatest victims of this latest fright, and the larger political agendas it serves.

    http://whale.to/a/sars2.htm

  74. The brainwashing of Russia’s youth passed the point of diminishing returns circa 2014. That ship has long since sailed.

  75. Presumably you could make an argument that this is about maintaining the monopoly of the petrodollar. Who else can you blame but those pesky Russians selling oil in rubles? Still it seems more like it is the neoliberal’s plot to do a ” sustainable demographic replacement” (aka genocide) right here in the good old USA. However they must be removed by all blame. So get your Ukrainian buddies to start a war with Russia. Sadly for them it sounds like our Ukrainian buddies aren’t all that interested in Holomodor part II. Also removing the troops form Iraq and Afghanistan seems more like a move to reposition them elsewhere like the Ukraine.

    Finally I am a boomer who can’t meme. Too bad since Mel Brooks gifted the world the perfect material for Blinken with Blinkin the blind loyal servant in Robin Hood – Men in Tights.

  76. denk says:

    Tibet destabilisation [Failed]
    TAM destabilisation [Failed]
    HK destabilisation [Failed]
    Xin destabilisation [Failed]
    Trade war [Failed]
    Covid [Failed]

    Final solution..
    The ultimate harakiri that will destroy the entire East Asia hub.
    Mission Accomplished.

    https://dissidentvoice.org/2020/10/dumping-fukushimas-water-into-the-ocean-seriously/

    • Agree: HeebHunter, GomezAdddams
  77. I think it’s very clear that while the people in charge of the US government right now are evil, they are also not very smart.

    I believe it’s not a matter of their being “smart” or not. It’s the evil that’s the problem; they’re demon-possessed satanists.

    Speaking of “the people in charge” – we don’t really understand who that is, do we?

    Apparently they’re known in Biblical prophecy as the “beast” from the sea (Rev 13) – a collective comprised of the spiritual heirs of the Pharisees. If I understand Biblical prophecy correctly, they’re Satan’s agent in the physical realm and they seek complete world domination and control by way of devil worship, i.e. giving worth to evil (Luke 4:5-7).

    Joe Biden is a vegetable.
    He has surrounded himself with Jews and other villains.
    The military appears to be acting on its own.
    I don’t know who I would actually point to as being in charge of the US military right now. I don’t think it is that black guy or the timid Jew.

    The beast takes orders from Satan and the beast’s loyal servants like joe biden take orders from the beast, most likely by way of the jews he’s surrounded himself with.

    Generally, I would say that Bill Gates is more in charge of America’s domestic policy than anyone else, but I’ve never seen him involved in foreign policy.

    Furthermore, if it was Israelis or strongly Israel-linked neocons, they would want this to start in Iran. I think?

    I think ultimately it doesn’t matter very much because if they are to achieve their goal (as set forth in Isaiah 14:13,14) they have to conquer the whole world for Satan (i.e. evil cannot tolerate a good example), and any nation that cannot be deceived, corrupted and manipulated into destroying itself, must be destroyed with force.

  78. Tor597 says:
    @Carlton Meyer

    Home prices are soaring because the Feds loose monetary policy. This is happening in cities with no Chinese buyers and its happening even in rural areas.

    • Replies: @follyofwar
  79. Tor597 says:
    @Anon

    Why?

    This is the premier alternative news site.

    • Replies: @Sir Launcelot Canning
  80. “Those are not normal patrol jets. They’re nuclear bombing jets.”

    Andrew, have you been tested? I think you might be mildly retarded.

  81. @Anon

    No, this is the other Andrew Anglin. Unz would never publish that Andrew Anglin.

  82. @Boomthorkell

    The USA has a professional military; it won’t use a draft. Its soldiers are high quality volunteers, most of whom won’t be seeing any combat. The wars of the future will be “fought” with special forces, anti-electronic weapons and drones, including drones so small they can fit in your palm. Human combatants are no longer necessary, and will find themselves searching for an enemy they can’t see or shoot. When the “war” is over they will hand over their greasy guns, take off their muddy boots, and salute their new overlords, butt naked.

  83. Kati_uk says:
    @Kolya Krassotkin

    Nelsons son, James M Rockefeller writes about that(his whole website is an interesting read, kind of about the “deep state” from his view, he also writes mossad killed JFK and isreals intelligence plus saud funding did 9/11):

    “Henry Kissinger, an adviser to my father, was present when the medical examiner arrived at the scene of his death from a heart attack at age 71 in midtown Manhattan. Soon thereafter—too soon—his body was cremated, destroying any forensic evidence that may have detected the presence of a heart attack-inducing drug. ”

    https://hiddentaxonhumanity.com/hidden-tax-on-humanity/introduction-to-the-hidden-tax-on-humanity/

  84. @Daniel Chieh

    Ah – he was one man out of many hundreds of millions. It doesn’t make sense to give him either all the credit, or all the blame. He was a beautiful example of a good man and a great spirit, nevertheless – which is why many people are still inspired by him.

    • Replies: @Bill Jones
    , @ivegotrythm
  85. All the war talk is a distraction. The real war will be fought by each western government against its own people.

    Face it – starting a kinetic war destroys too much stuff and mutual annihilation could result. The western controllers don’t want that. Knowing full well that the US empire and it’s English speaking hangers on plus their colonies in Europe are declining, they will instead turn their attention inward and wage war against their own captured populations. The oligarchs and politicians will just shift their emphasis via CBDC to force everyone to become a serf in feudalism 2.0 .

    Once the currency goes digital, the controllers will have absolute control over their populations to rape and pillage as never before. They’ll take that with no downside risk versus starting an actual war.

    Negative interest rates will force everyone to spend, spend, spend before their currency units diminish. That spending means no savings for old age or major purchases. A third of all mortgages are currently owned by the Fed and the aim is to grab as much of the remainder when they decide to terminate the mortgage moratorium and then foreclose on those that can’t pay the balloon currently being blown up. TPTsB don’t want you to own anything and this will facilitate people renting just about everything. The woke will go along once the connection to reducing CO2 is propagandized sufficiently to reduce vehicle ownership opting for Uber type services instead.

    The reset is to force everyone to become totally dependent on gov’t / banking. If you act up, they’ll restrict access to your own money and they’ll just pull the fines they make up out of your account. No jab and your purchasing power will be restricted to a 5 mile radius of where you live so your chances of infecting others is limited, because you’re a plague carrier. Gun control will become a reality when ammo sales are denied. IOT will allow them to regulate your thermostat or increase your rates at their whim. The options for control are limitless and that’s the agenda, not some war.

  86. Old Prude says:
    @Ultrafart the Brave

    If Iran would hurry up with its bomb, THEN we could get some sleep. Just drop it around whoever shot Ashli Babbitt during the bloody insurrection. What is taking those Persian clowns so long?

  87. Bookish1 says:
    @JohnPlywood

    Now. It’s still boots on the ground that is going to win or lose a war.

    • Replies: @JohnPlywood
  88. SafeNow says:

    13-second “out of control” clip from Red October.

  89. MGB says:
    @DrJeff

    Our adversaries are playing chess while Biden plays checkers.

    Our adversaries are playing chess while Biden eats apple sauce. Biden is irrelevant. It is a waste of time trying to analyze what Biden is capable of. He’s not capable of shit.

  90. The article is very good. I have a similar questioning. I am also reading also about “revisionist” views on how WW II actually started. The US are putting so much pressure on every nation on all sides to increase their military efforts. The result is going to be war for sure. When the military get new toys they want to play with them.

    Neither Russia nor China was diverting much money to their own military until Xi took over in 2012. They were investing in their infrastructure while Western countries were investing in war equipment. I think both Xi and Putin knew the US was not really friendly even then and they had to create the force necessary to defend thrit countries. The US media like the NYT were already active then at painting a negative picture of China in the US. Chinese people wanted to be friends with people from the US abd Western countries but they saw clearly that the western media were not friendly at all. And it turns out they were right.

    The outlook is a bit bleak. Pestilence and war together. Up to now North-America has been isolated from the horrible consequences of military action. Will it be so funny to live in America after WW III?

  91. @RoatanBill

    All the war talk is a distraction.

    Russia et al. apparently don’t see it that way. They see their sovereignty and their legitimate interests under constant attack by a deadly implacable enemy that surrounds them with missiles and military bases and hostile puppet governments. They see psychopaths with nukes who are apparently bent on their destruction.

    Face it – starting a kinetic war destroys too much stuff and mutual annihilation could result.

    Unfortunately there are many examples of butt-hurt psychopaths doing murder-suicide. If they can’t have the object of their obsession, they will likely try to stop anyone else from having it either.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  92. denk says:

    According to US sources, three satellites
    from Russia, China, US exploded within
    a two weeks period.

    First impression,
    Space wars have kicked off.

    But apparently the US ‘casualty’ is a decommissioned unit ready for scrap.
    If so, it’d reek of FF
    [[[somebody]]] took out two rival satellites together with one of its own junk, to effect plausible deniability.

    • Replies: @denk
  93. Agent76 says:

    Feb 26, 2021 Biden Administration Launched Its First Strikes On Iranian-backed Groups In Syria And Iraq

    US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin said that Washington was confident in what it attacked, and that it was the right target.

    Jul 14, 2020 Biden Getting Old ‘Militaristic’ Obama Foreign Policy Team Back Together

    Krystal and Saagar discuss foreign policy plans under a Joe Biden administration and why the campaign is looking at Rep. Karen Bass as a possible choice for Vice President.

  94. @Tor597

    Home prices aren’t soaring where I live. We have more who want to sell than want to buy. If you’re lucky enough to find a willing buyer, you’ll almost surely take a loss after inflation, mortgage interest, the cost of maintenance, and high property taxes are considered.

    We don’t have Chinese speculators buying homes over fair market value around here – at least not yet. But if one came along who’d buy mine for what it cost me, I’d sell in a minute. Most young people today don’t have children, nor much money, and wisely don’t want to get stuck into a 30 year mortgage trap for a house bigger than their needs.

    James H Kunstler is right. The suburbs of today, where giant gas-guzzling SUV’s are deemed a necessity to drive five miles to Walmart, will be the slums of tomorrow.

  95. @RoatanBill

    Agree.

    Our chickenshit rulers want to kill us. But the Sars CoV 2 virus is a fiction because they don’t want to die. The war talk falls into the same category.

  96. Garliv says:
    @Thomas Faber

    I see you are serious!
    Any link or reference for this:

    They have some low-level metaphysical powers, as well as a certain dominance over evil spirits from the lower astral planes. This is the main reason for sacrifices – it is payment to spirits for evil services.

    How do you reach that conclusion?

  97. @DrJeff

    What is this “Our adversaries” bullshit?

    Who do you think you are Pat Buchanan?

    • Agree: GomezAdddams
  98. MrPete says:

    Amazing. I am truly curious how you could publish this without any consideration of the South China Sea.

    China’s efforts there are more than a little significant. If the USA does NOT proactively and strategically take action there, an entire region of the world becomes subservient to China’s expansionary goals.

  99. SafeNow says:

    I’ve posted this before, but it is quite relevant now. I have played online chess against hundreds of Russians. They tend to favor what chess players call “quiet moves.” I do you not know to what extent this mental predilection can be extrapolated to the Russian leaders, but this seems likely to me. US players are more impetuous, even reckless. US players will sometimes curse at me in the post-game chat. A Russian player will never do that. Finally, a Russian will resign in a hopeless game, which is considered the polite thing to do. A US Player is more likely to fight-on in a lost cause.

  100. J says:

    It is obvious that there is a new President and every enemy of the USA is trying to find out how weak or strong he is. I think Biden is reacting well, as we say in the barrio: “El Patron esta en casa” and if there is a need to shoot, he will not hesitate. Good for world peace.

  101. @Harold Smith

    I was commenting from the US perspective.

    I can readily see why the Russians would get prepared. I doubt the US will send in bodies but will send in weaponry for the Ukrainians to commit suicide with against Russian forces. I doubt NATO would send in bodies as that would be an escalation the Russians would react to and kick NATO’s ass up down and sideways.

    The fact that the Ukrainians would even consider a military adventure is completely irrational considering their opponent’s capabilities and the US’s and NATO’s history of only fighting weak nations where they know in advance they will win. With Russia as the adversary, that guarantee is completely lacking.

    If there’s any fighting, it will be between Ukraine and their local opposition and Ukraine might end up losing more territory. I think their ‘leadership’ is plain stupid.

  102. Since 1945 (Operation Unthinkable) Heaven is holding back the wind of the WW3. And so it will be until the appointed time. In the Book of Daniel, we read,

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    “And both these kings [Great Britain and Russia], their hearts (will be) to do mischief, and at one table (they) will speak a lie; but it will not succeed. Indeed yet (the) completion to (the) appointed time. And [the king of the north] will go back (to) his land with great wealth [1945. This detail indicated that after the previous victories Hitler will attack the Soviet Union and will fight to the bitter end]; and his heart (will be) against the holy covenant [Soviet Union introduced state atheism and believers were repressed]; and will act [it means a lot of activity in the international arena]; and go back to his own land [1991-1993. The collapse of the Soviet Union and the Warsaw Pact. The troops from the Soviet military bases returned to their country]. At the appointed time (he) will return back [Russia will again have military bases outside the country. Furthermore, it also means crisis, which will eclipse the Great Depression. Not only the eurozone will break up, but also the European Union and NATO. Many countries of the former Eastern block will return to a military alliance with Russia], 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) Then the hot spot can be again Georgia], but it will not be as the former [2008 – Georgia] or as the latter [Ukraine. Here, too, there will now be no military response from the West. 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.” (11:27-30a) Then, “the great sword” will also be used. (Revelation 6:4)
    In 1882 British troops occupied Egypt. Great Britain then took the role of “the king of the south”. Around the same time, Russia expanded its influence in the region, which previously belonged to Seleucus I Nicator, and took the role of “the king of the north”. All the details of this vision are being fulfilled from the time of ancient Persia, in chronological order. Therefore now before us – the return of Russia.

  103. SafeNow says:
    @J

    “as we say in the barrio”

    But, what is said about medical appointments can be said about wars and deployments:

    “Se sabe cuando entra, but no se sabe cuando sale.”

    “One knows when one enters, but one doesn’t know when one will leave.”

  104. moi says:
    @DrJeff

    No! Biden and his surrounding Zio cast are playing with themselves, aka, self-gratification.

  105. @MrPete

    go swim over there and fight then

    • Agree: JimSpriggs
  106. @Tor597

    And, Ron willing and the creek don’t rise, it has even more potential. As more and more people get canceled, like Tucker Carlson or Bari Weiss, Unz could be the centerpiece of a resistance media empire, replete with its own internet, social media, and digital currency (well maybe I am getting carried away). I mean – what is going to happen to all of these cancelled people? Every day there are more of them? Just put them all under one tent.

    Everyday the oligarchs create more alienated foes, and they perpetuate a growing opposition. This is people power.

  107. @Caspar von Everec

    Where does Klaus Schawb fit into this? Who does he work for?

    • Replies: @Caspar Von Everec
  108. @RoatanBill

    I keep coming back to my original thoughts on this matter, though I’m probably way off base. The coup went into warp speed when Putin was overseeing the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, keeping them safe from terrorism (a typical cowardly move by the US Jew dominated Neocons). Once they were over, I’d hoped that Putin would have rolled in the tanks and flattened those Kiev insurrectionists, who overthrew a democratically elected government, and snuffed out the junta in its infancy. Hillary and McCain could have done nothing except call Putin another “Hitler,” and complain loudly to the UN.

    Of course, it is futile to speculate on what might have happened if Putin had rolled in the tanks. After 20 years in power, he knows what he’s doing. But it can be fun and harmless to ask “what if?” I believe that Paul Craig Roberts felt the same, often writing that Putin has been too passive. Still, I wonder if the long-time Russian President, facing the current existential crisis initiated by the US psychopaths, ever second guesses his decision?

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  109. @Bookish1

    Nah, most military action by first world countries is done with air strikes and special forces; boots on the ground are poor people who spend most of their time dodging drone missiles and getting blown up. That’s how the USA took over Serbia, Iraq, Afghanistan, etc and nearly exterminated ISIS. Boots on the ground always lose, unless those boots are Adidas GSG9.

  110. Cascadian says:

    It scared the shit out of me back in the early 70s. I was in the military then and very young. It doesn’t now, maybe it should, but death isn’t far away so the only concern is how I get there. As a bystander all these games remind me of the school playground, all those years ago …

  111. @follyofwar

    I think it comes down to an analysis of the pros and cons of taking action. I might guess that Putin didn’t care that much about which sociopath runs Ukraine. It’s a backwater state full of corruption, so shit happens.

    Should Ukraine try to make good on their stated goal of retaking Crimea, that’s something Putin and the folks in the east are not going to take. Russia will send in as much weaponry and support as the locals can use to help thwart the Ukraine military. If it looks like Kiev is winning, Russia will intercede to turn the tide and decisively so to show the west that there’s a price to pay for annoying the bear.

    I don’t see Putin doing anything overtly unless it appears that Kiev might succeed.

    I seriously doubt fighting will start in earnest because the entire world knows that Ukraine would get smashed before any entity could offer help. If Russia wanted to use real force, the entire Ukraine military fielded heading east would be wiped out in hours.

  112. Biden took his first babystep against deep state. One thing is certain Biden is far better showman than Trump. (US is withdrawing troops from Afghanistan.)

  113. @MrPete

    an entire region of the world becomes subservient to China’s expansionary goals.

    The territory doesn’t matter.

    What matters are the semiconductor and electronics supply chains originating in Taiwan and South Korea.

    If China grabs Taiwan now and they nudge Kim to roll on Seoul they will have landed a kill shot on the supply chains for the West’s high-tech military gear.

    It would be an object lesson why off-shoring supply chains critical to national security is a terrible idea.

    On top of this, who knows what kinds of secret backdoors are embedded in the chips already in service inside Western gear.

    They may already have kill switches built into our Tomahawk missiles, F-35s, and Aegis radars.

  114. Anonymous[298] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jon Halpenny

    Some general recently said the military doesn’t make policy, it only enforces it. Milley absurdly claims the military is apolitical–in other words, it has no stake in the Constitution one way or the other–, inadvertently admitting it’s amoral as well, which it has to be to serve Israel at the cost of destroying the United States. That leaves the Jewish junta, or “minyan,” as Haaretz likes to call it, in control of the military behind the laughable “Biden-Harris” facade, with a feckless, girly man moron like Blinken directing the military on behalf of International Jewry’s banking families mentioned by Caspar von Everac above (in comment 10).

    Here’s an article about Blinken the guitar rocker that probably has Milley and the rest shaking in their shiny costume boots, remembering that the brass left in place after the Obama purge are the antithesis of soldiers, some few dozens of costumed bureaucratic hacks, who, if they ever saw a day of combat, were pulled into a headquarters company or the like, not for valor and leadership under fire, but for being yessir-no sir martinets who now demand we accept their cowardice to stand up to a moron like Blinken as a matter of ethical neutrality.

    Even the Pentagon appears to be an alien force at this point, and, some believe, marked with the Sign of the Beast, 666, for incinerating anyone who stands in the way of Jewish supremacism. You also have to love the resort to realpolitik, as if destroying our economy, civil comity, national defense, and hard-won alliances providing us with longterm oil and resources is justified because the worst mass murderers in human history have named their crime base “Israel.”

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8981903/Secretary-State-nominee-Antony-Blinken-guitarist-two-singles-Spotify.html

  115. BorisMay says:
    @Miro23

    But the EU is pure satanism, the Euro is on the point of collapse, Brexit was a sham as Britain has to administer Ulster according to EU rules AND the entire EU and Britain is run by ZOG. So just how are they going to do what you suggest?

    • Replies: @Miro23
  116. Only a total idiot being the US president would simultaneously antagonize Russia and China. We are “blessed” with the second one in a row doing just that. The previous one did not even have an extenuating circumstance of progressive Alzheimer’s.

  117. Chinaman says:
    @MrPete

    It is the South China Sea. Not Gulf of Seattle.

    What if China sail 2 aircraft carrier up near Gulf of Mexico? How do you like that?

    The problem with white people is that they can never consider the Golden Rule

    Don’t upon others what you wouldn’t want done to you.

    I know this is incomprehensible to you, America only understand the language of confrontation and death.

    Nevermind, we have done enough talking.

    Bring on WW3. I am sick of all this hypocrisy and virtue signalling.

  118. @RoatanBill

    Ukraine might end up losing more territory. I think their ‘leadership’ is plain stupid.

    I am not arguing with your statement that Ukie “government” is plain stupid. However, consider the choice they have. The country and its army are both going down the drain with no rescue in sight. Thus, their options are: 1) do nothing and end up down the toilet; 2) start a war, lose it badly and end up down the toilet, but have a chance to blame your problems on the winner. In case of war stupid grunts would end up dead, while the “leadership” would run away. They have nothing to lose: now they are non-government in residence, after the flight they would become non-government in exile. So, they might choose the second option.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
    , @Anonymous
  119. @AnonFromTN

    Another option might be to get rid of their useless military and declare themselves a neutral country willing to trade with everyone but not aligned with anyone.

    Who is actually threatening Ukraine? All their trouble is due to their own miscalculations and listening to foreigners (US). It is the availability of their military that allows them the option to be stupid. Without their military, they would have to be more reasonable and NATO wouldn’t want any part of them.

  120. @Thomas Faber

    Ah – he was one man out of many hundreds of millions. It doesn’t make sense to give him either all the credit, or all the blame. He was a beautiful example of a good man and a great spirit, nevertheless – which is why many people are still inspired by him.

    He did hold rather un-Woke views of the black inhabitants of his adopted country South Africa.

  121. @JohnPlywood

    Only Canada has a better military—

  122. @RoatanBill

    I was commenting from the US perspective.

    Well I’m (unfortunately still) in the U.S. and I’m a little worried because once the shooting starts – if it escalates – the Russian missiles can be here in a half hour and that (among other things) makes it a serious domestic concern, IMO.

    I can readily see why the Russians would get prepared. I doubt the US will send in bodies but will send in weaponry for the Ukrainians to commit suicide with against Russian forces. I doubt NATO would send in bodies as that would be an escalation the Russians would react to and kick NATO’s ass up down and sideways.

    The fact that the Ukrainians would even consider a military adventure is completely irrational considering their opponent’s capabilities and the US’s and NATO’s history of only fighting weak nations where they know in advance they will win. With Russia as the adversary, that guarantee is completely lacking.

    If there’s any fighting, it will be between Ukraine and their local opposition and Ukraine might end up losing more territory. I think their ‘leadership’ is plain stupid.

    But don’t forget we are not dealing with rational people here. And the provocations against Russia in Ukraine are just one part of a larger hybrid war. The psychopaths seem to be provoking Russia any and every way they can. They are even publishing papers like the following. From the Russian perspective, it must by now look like an attack could come at any time.

    https://www.overtdefense.com/2021/01/22/kaliningrad-gambit-nato-preemptive-strike-scenario/

    Moreover IIRC Putin has several times made statements to the effect that Russia will target not only any local forces which attack them but also “decision-making centers” or something like that.

    As I see it the U.S. “government” has created so much distrust, built up tensions and set up so many potential tripwires for war with Russia that some fighting somewhere could spiral out of control and end up starting a nuclear war. For example if the Ukraine government launches an attack with U.S. supplied weapons and starts killing moderate amounts of Russians, would Russia not blame the U.S.? Perhaps Syrian forces armed and supported by Russia would then attack U.S. positions in Syria. Or perhaps Israel would do a false flag attack against a U.S. target somewhere which would be blamed on Russia. After all they could’ve started WW3 when they attacked the USS Liberty so as I see it they could try again.

  123. @follyofwar

    No one actually fears the Marines, though — totally irrelevant branch. Wei Fenghe, then the coastal defense minister (now running the entire defense apparatus) was asked what the plan was if Marines landed in a place like Fujian where in theory, it’d be hard to push them back. Fujian’s coast is mountainous and there are plenty of sheltered islands.

    His reply was an echo of Bismarck — he’d send whatever vocational school was nearby to arrest them and teach them a trade while in custody. Military training is mandatory here at all post-secondaries, and the implication is obviously that some car mechanics with small arms are an equal force to prompt the officers to surrender.

    • Replies: @Boomthorkell
  124. @RoatanBill

    Ukrainians reacting to those 1960 Ukrainian jokes —-takes time for them to let it sink in—what do you get when you cross a Ukrainian and a Jew? A janitor who owns his own building—-how many Ukrainians does it take to change a ceiling light bulb? 10—1 to insert the bulb and 9 to swivel the ladder etc etc etc. New fish –it had to have the ability to fight like the Coho salmon–the size of a muskie—the swiftness of the walleye—the new “Kowalski” –only problem is they have yet to teach it how to swim. Just like Zelensky — a comedian turned undertaker –demonic stuff.

  125. @follyofwar

    Fact check: Joe Biden won the vote freely and fairly.

    • LOL: By-tor
  126. Franz says:
    @Carlton Meyer

    Many of these homes remain empty since they were purchased only as an investment, or rarely used as vacation homes, while local workers live with their parents since home prices are too high

    I’ve seen that, you’re right.

    As with Japan and their many holdings in the USA in the 80s/90s, we can’t really hurt them in a way they can hurt us. Especially in the case of Chinese landlords; we have no reason to allow them access to American property.

    When Elliot Trudeau was PM of Canada (70s) he confiscated American “vacation homes” in Canada because he knew the Americans were just holding them as investments, the way China seems to be doing to us now. One law and the courage to enforce it can stop this sort of thing. But we’ve reached the point where we need a Mussolini, not a Trudeau.

  127. well, apart from the ludicrous and nassty misogyny, and the very real Judeophobia, there is little other sense here. Positing the chance of a stab in the back of Russia by China, in the age of Xi and Putin, is simply daft.

  128. @JohnPlywood

    Once we have converted the entire military into gays, you are exactly right.

    • Replies: @AnonfromTN
    , @Defender
  129. @RoatanBill

    Anyone in Ukraine arguing for getting along with Russia is very likely to be murdered by the Ukronazi orcs. You only get rid of fascists by liquidating them, but if remnants escape to sanctuaries in sympathetic regimes in the West, the process is bound to be repeated. In human affairs fear and hatred trump all other, better, impulses.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  130. @J

    Garbage!!! The USA doesn’t have ‘enemies’. It has victims, past present and future. Yankee Paranoia is just a mask for unquenchable aggression and blood-lust.

    • Agree: acementhead
  131. @Harold Smith

    I read the Kaliningrad article. Some of what I read makes no sense. No one has to send troops to discover where men and materials are located, even if they’re on the move. With drones and satellites everyone knows where everything is.

    The other thing that stuck me was Russians working in Poland. Poland keeps broadcasting that they fear the Russian’s intentions. If that were true, why would they allow Russians into their territory. Sometimes I think all the worlds ‘leaders’ are in a club where they decide who is going to play the good cop and bad cop parts this week, knowing it’s all bullshit for political posturing and weapons appropriations.

    If an entity were to sneak attack a part of Russia, the missiles would surely fly in response. New York and DC at a minimum would be craters. All the US bases in the ME would get inundated. I think Israel would be an ashtray. Any US shipping now in the Black Sea would be sunk. Of course, Russia would also have huge losses.

    The days of sending in troops and moving men and materials in ships, using jets for dog fights, etc are so last century when the forces are roughly equally matched. Those antiques are only used when the aggressor, usually the US, wants to play cat and mouse games with some weak nation. It’s good for appropriations and the defense contractors make a fortune.

    I’m still of the opinion that US posturing is for show and the military brass would wet themselves if a real war started. Just look at the caliber of the people volunteering. I’ve said it before, I believe the US is a soft military dictatorship. The military combined with the Intel agencies and their hangers on are the deep state. What they’re after is money, like the $21 Trillion that DOD can’t account for over the last 20 years. I just don’t think they want anything to upset their scam intentionally.

    • Replies: @Harold Smith
  132. It is hard for me to imagine the US military leaders advocating for a conventional war since they know the quality of their troops is inferior to the Chinese so it would have to be some form of nuclear exchange which would mean the end of all life. I hope they aren’t that stupid but you never can be sure.

  133. @Mulga Mumblebrain

    I understand your first and last sentence. It’s the middle one that I don’t get. Who are the fascists from your perspective?

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  134. @Thomas Faber

    Poor Gandhi, born with a name that even his devotees cannot spell.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
  135. I wouldn’t be too alarmed. There will be no WWIII. All this is just posturing. Biden wanted to secure the Western European front and Russia will act as the villain for that purpose. The boat tour in South China Sea is to shore up the allies in Asia. After the drubbing Blinken took in Alaska meeting with the Chinese, they wanted to salvage some form of victory.

    In Ukraine, it will be a Mexican standoff. With the Russians amassing their troops along the border, the Ukrainian military will attack only if they are suicidal. If the Ukrainian military is destroyed once more this time, the Russians will push right up to the river and split the country in two. The U.S. will not dare use our nuclear weapons. It probably would not do any good (Tactical nukes) and the blowback will be severe. The Russians still have a lot of nukes and they would not stand idly by while we use our nukes on them.

    In South China Sea, the situation is even more hopeless for the U.S. military. Our boats are seen coming miles away and the Chinese often send in their ships to “escort” ours. I think it was a couple of years ago, there was a general who went through South China Sea with a lone carrier without the carrier group. He was surrounded by Chinese warships and after the fiasco, he was relieved of duty. There is just no chance of a victory for our navy should we try to start a war.

    What we are dealing with is a desperate old man without a lot of cards to play. He does not want to make any hard decisions and is bluffing his way through his first term while we dig out of this Covid mess. I do hope that there will not be any miscalculations along the way.

  136. Clearly, there are scenarios where a “robbery goes wrong,” and someone you intended to rob ends up dead.”

    You haven’t played out my fav scenario: someone you intend to rob, kills you.

    That’s Russia today; unwilling to go all the way, but ready to go the whole nine yards.

  137. @Supply and Demand

    I’m absolutely sure that’s a part of it, and it makes plenty of sense. Likely the internet, combined with the general atmosphere of “collapse and despair and change” is making them (well, me/us) harder to mind-control in the same way (of course, they have been in other ways.)

    This also makes the recent “Army of Trannies and Ethnic Auxiliaries” a very funny stop-gap measure as they desperately try to militarize the unreliably and poorly militarizable (though, it’s certainly also designed for easier use on the Home Front, not that the US-Army ever had issues shooting US citizens…well, most armies don’t to be fair.) JohnPlywood of course believes in the eliteness of the “elite military groups”, but these guys aren’t Space Marines. Space Marines don’t get ambushed by Afghans or Somalis, and Green Berets won’t be occupying The Forbidden City or Kremlin.

    Aren’t we all glad of that? It’s nice when people, as a society and individually, learn something and then put that education into practice. I’m definitely not expecting them to free anyone outside Eurasia, but I’m certainly hoping that all of their collective actions to keep themselves safe from “The Anglo-Zionist Empire” and make a new Tian Xia make it easier here on the outside for something better to take form.

    Maybe we can have the America of the early-to-mid-late 1800’s again that mostly hung out, fought wars solely in the New World, and occasionally blew up pirates while making trains.

  138. @follyofwar

    I once wanted to join (I was simply the type who loved the ideas of heroic wars of defense and empire building), but my Father pointed out that being given orders sucks, and any war we are fighting is likely a terrible, evil war. “Any war worth fighting these days they’ll draft you for.”

    Or, as I once told a class of students (after someone proposed fighting Russia): “If someone invades Washington, I’ll meet them on the beaches. If some invades California…well, #WestCoastBestCoast. If they invade the New York or the East…I guess it’s America. Anything else, and I’m out.”

    Not that a draft would matter or really come to (nukes would fall before then, or more convention defeat), but I would love to see “The Seattle Draft Riots.”

  139. @Supply and Demand

    They’d be great for their original purpose: storming the odd Pirate Bastion or establishing dominance in the American Riviera. Anything else, it seems plain Un-American and silly. Marines in Afghanistan? Really?

    We should replace the Army (as an island continent, and not a Eurasian landpower fearing conquest from neighbors, we don’t need a standing army) with a militia composed of exactly that kind of mandatory post-sec training.

  140. HVM says:

    I am not sure why nobody has said this, but the U.S. is in check. Maybe it is obvious to everyone here. If the U.S. messes with Russia, China can move on Taiwan. If the U.S. messes with China, Russia can move on the Ukraine and affect the situation in Syria. IRan would bring China and Russia together. On top of all this, the U.S. is broke. The Fed’s financial repression will not work if a conflict flares up. Massive inflation will occur. The U.S. corporate state would crumble from within. It will not be able to meet its obligations to all of its clients and riots would follow. The U.S. would also be unable to fully mobilize either. The conflict would be over before they even got their ears wet. Its NATO allies do not have the will to fight this conflict either. Brussels is all talk. It is delusional to think the U.S. can affect much on the world stage at this time.

  141. Anonymous[298] • Disclaimer says:
    @AnonFromTN

    You’re missing the point, I’d say, and might research links in previous Unz articles about Chabad Lubavticher’s buying up vast tracts of the Ukraine’s prime agricultural land, which I assume explains the Zionists’ intent to turn the Ukrainian “bread basket” into a plantation in the coming JWO. I also assume the same intent governs their importation of ag labor into California and driving white Europeans out, leaving only Asian research and ag plantations doing their bidding in the coming extermination of much of humanity through controlled famine and disease. Chabad centers may also be the depots holding livestock diseases and grain rusts that will not cause longterm damage to the land, if their previous use staging several false-flags shootings is any guide. Whatever the eventuality, the Zionists apparently intend on destroying Russia and America in a single battle of annihilation.

    • Replies: @DaveE
  142. Dr. X says:
    @Bill H.

    “I don’t know who I would actually point to as being in charge of the US military. “

    Bibi?

  143. @RoatanBill

    Another option might be to get rid of their useless military and declare themselves a neutral country willing to trade with everyone but not aligned with anyone.

    That could have been an option if Ukies were their own masters. But they are puppets, and allowing them to do something in the interests of Ukraine is not on puppet masters’ agenda.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  144. @Supply and Demand

    Fact check: Joe Biden won the vote freely and fairly.

    Free advice: don’t skip your meds and visit your psychiatrist regularly.

  145. @Wade Hampton

    Once we have converted the entire military into gays, you are exactly right.

    You overstate your case. They won’t be all gays. There will be also lesbians and trannies.

  146. @bayviking

    Close, very close. Heinrich Ki$$inger is, however, a Minion, not an ultimate shotcaller. He is one of two prime minions in this ruptured republic, the other being Little Georgie of our $orrow$. Both happen to be made-men. Neither set out with wealth and the power that it can bring.

    Without a precise timeline, it became obvious and then evident that Ki$$ of death became the primary Minion for the Rottenfeller Crime Clan, dating to well before he set up the deal with Chou En Lai, to get Mao and Nixon together for a little confab. That event transpired during the Vietnam War and was of major geopolitical importance in that Ki$$inger/Nixon pulled the rug out from the Kuomintang government on Taiwan, guaranteeing them continued U$ military protection and good trade relationships as long as they did not make too much of a fuss about their losing the UN Security Council seat they had held as a major Allied power in WWII and at the inception of the UN, with its headquarters on East River land donated by the Rottenfeller Crime Clan.

    Beginning to get the picture? The deal with Maoist China was also to allow them to gradually industrialize with secret funding coming from the usual $uspects. Over the decades they would be duly inducted into the WTO and other globalist institutions and would be the beneficiaries of investments from Britain by way of Hong Kong and Wall $treet via Japan, South Korea and Taiwan. Later along the line, American corporations would gradually de-industrialize nationally and move much of their productions to the surging Red Dragon.

    World banking, insurance, media communications, precious metals and general mining and related development is run out of the Rottenchild nexus via City of London with the British Crown and to a lesser degree the Netherlands royals also involved in the action along with various long established Royal, princely and aristocratic families throughout Western Europe.

    Doubled-dutied, Little Georgie of our $orrow$ was set up to consult with Ki$$inger as a go-between between the Rottenfellers and other U$ based nabobs, mostly Talmudists. He was also tasked with setting up various “color revolutions” throughout central and Eastern Europe and into the nations of the Caucasus. Thirdly, this most able Minion, was also given the assignment of setting up various “connected” minority groups, particularly to fund and found Black Lives Matter and quite possibly the Tranny trainride to wear pink ribbons in their hair and to subsume any independence within the lesbian and gay communities. For a grand finale, $oro$ may also have at least been in on planning for the ANTIFA street-thugs.

    Check out the ass-end of the $1 fed note and pay close attention to the prime symbology. Note the Eye of Horus overlooking the pyramid. At the very peak, acme, zugspitze of that socio-economic control symbol are Ki$$inger, $oro$ and their closest acolytes. The eye represents that tiny .000001% of the world’s population who run the show. The whole bloody system works from top down. The hierarchy is not one based on talent, but on bloodlines. Precise identity of the most powerful members of the Cabal is not fully known to outsiders and the genuine insiders are not about to reveal anything. We can only watch attentively and be prepared to spring when the cracks appear within that pyramidal monstrosity.

    • Thanks: Joe Levantine
    • Replies: @bayviking
  147. Bloc says:
    @Boomthorkell

    I don’t think there is any coordination. It’s like the French elites in 1789: they’re evil and cold hearted, but they’re also just genuinely very stupid and they’re stumbling into catastrophe.

  148. @AnonfromTN

    I’ve encountered that thinking before. Trump, as commander in chief, could have terminated all overseas activities on his say so. He just never spoke the words. Would there have been push back? Of course. But if he had stood his ground the law was on his side.

    In Ukraine, the same logic applies. There’s just no one brave enough to say the words and get the ball rolling. I guess no one wants to be JFK’d.

  149. Jake says:
    @theMann

    The US military calling its own shots?

    Nope. What we do have is the Arms Industry calling shots for the military.

    • Replies: @theMann
  150. Defender says:
    @Wade Hampton

    I thought biological weapons were banned under international law.

  151. denk says:
    @denk

    Further to the three satellites blasted outta space past three weeks…

    rEmember the time Pompass went to Tel aviv, summoned the mininster of defence, MOSSAD to the embassy for closed door meeting ?

    Within 24 hrs.
    The Chinese ambassador was found dead in his home.
    Next thing we know, the Haifa port deal was declared null and void.

    A website allegedly connected to FUKUS intel suggested that the death of ambassador Du was tit for tat to the death of US space force commander !
    https://www.airforcetimes.com/news/your-air-force/2020/05/13/peterson-afb-commander-found-dead-at-home/

    Meaning Du was bumped off by CIA/MOSSAD [No problem with that, which’s my first thought] to avenge falzarano.
    But why’d the chicoms killed Falzarano FFS, ?

    uNLike CIA/MI6, WET jobs aint chicoms cup of tea, besides, whats the motive ?

    After some digging, it turned out China space launch suffered two consecutive failures in Mar/Apr 20, unprecedented in its launch history, around the time US SPACE FORCE was officially launched with much fanfare.

    So the suggestion was….

    1]FUKUS took out two Chinese satellites, Mar 20
    2]chicom retaliated by killing falzarano,
    3]Then CIA avenged his death by murdering ambassador Du !

    [1], [3] was exactly my thought.

    As for chicom killing falzarano,
    its more pure and adulterated gringo BS.

  152. @Harold Smith

    Russian missiles can be here in a half hour and that (among other things) makes it a serious domestic concern, IMO.

    If and when hypersonic missiles are deployed off the east and west coasts, it will be five minutes time to take out the major decision centers.

    The lack of warning time plus NATO’s positioning of missiles at Russia’s doorstep exponentially increases the chance for nuclear war. Genius war planners in DC now anticipate fighting and winning a limited nuclear war. Such reckless retardation and constant hate propaganda virtually guarantee a full-scale war. Say good-bye, northern hemisphere.

    • Replies: @Harold Smith
  153. Beagle says:

    What vital national interest does the US have in eastern Ukraine? It’s a salient into Russia proper. Do we need a place where tanks can navigate to Moscow using only the compass heading of North?

  154. @Chinaman

    Talk to London and Tel Aviv.
    The decisions in American Foreign Policy are not made in DC or the Pentagon.
    In fact, America doesnt really exist. Biden is a corpse and Blinken is an errand boy.
    To be honest, Xi and Bibi should talk and let us know.

  155. @Supply and Demand

    Fact check: supply and demand has no facts and can’t add.

    • Replies: @Supply and Demand
  156. @SeekerofthePresence

    Indeed. I don’t know why so many people here can’t see and appreciate the madness of the demon-possessed, devil-worshiping Western rulers as they openly flirt with planetary extinction.

    • Replies: @RichardDuck
    , @Anonymous
  157. @JohnPlywood

    Sure it won’t. The only war the US ever needed a draft for, and I mean “needed” was the Civil War.

    And sure they are, but Russian and China have them too. Besides, our Special Forces (according to our source in the literal Special Forces), recruitment quality is changing. I mean, Rangers still got ambushed in Somalia, Green Berets in Afghanistan, and you’re thinking these guys will be stripping the Russian, Chinese, and Iranian militaries? What if they blow up the planes or boats that would be dropping them off? What if Chinese and Russian AE weapons, Drones, Special Forces, and Missiles destroy every base in Eurasia, the Pacific Islands, and sink a naval flotilla and blast every plane (and drone) out of the sky? Damn, what if one of them comes here and shuts off a power grid before we get theirs?

    These guys ain’t Iraq. They aren’t Armenia. Why do you think they are?

  158. @Thomas Faber

    All religions are genuine – but they must be weighed in the privacy of one’s own soul

    are you ever ripe for the Great Falling Away what with your smooth platitudes for all occasions … as will be complimented by the one standing where he ought not claiming to be god and boy will YOU go for him. fact is, he despises those who are simple enough not see through such sheer egotistically driven manipulations of messianic blather. am sure you’ll have your welcoming speech ready for the big boy nonetheless, “Fellow citizens, let us have renewed morality, courage, humility, all the virtues. Speaking truth. Being good examples of noble humanity. Doing good works, having faith in the One God who just arrived here from uh…where did you say you were from?”

    see ya in the next world, indeed, we’ll all be there, most struck dumb and blind with fear of how they allowed themselves to believe in the father of lies reassurances that they were all GOOD PEOPLE on the inside who only needed to believe their own eyes and ears.

    Some may come to their senses, but no man will change the shape of things to come

    • Replies: @Majority of One
  159. neutral says:
    @Chinaman

    The problem with white people is that they can never consider the Golden Rule

    This is not white people, the US regime is totally run by jews, with ever increasing amounts of non white people put into ceremonial positions of power.

    • Agree: By-tor
  160. @RoatanBill

    One man’s fascist is another man’s communist. At least it would seem so perusing articles and comments on UR.

  161. @steinbergfeldwitzcohen

    Says the guy promoting a fringe conspiracy theory… OK boomer!

  162. AndrewR says:
    @Carlton Meyer

    Obviously economic and fiscal factors would prevent Canada from doing this, but if Canada were fully economically self-sufficient, and decided to simply take these houses without compensation and give them to Canadians, China could do nothing. China couldn’t invade Vancouver if it wanted.

  163. AndrewR says:
    @gutta percha

    I don’t understand why it’s even written like that. It’s one thing to use a foreign spelling if the foreign language uses our alphabet (i.e. “pizza”), but “Gandhi” is a transliteration from Hindi. Native Anglophones can’t even pronounce Hindi without a lot of training. The “dh” sound certainly doesn’t exist in English. Why do we write it like that?

    • Replies: @Peter D. Bredon
  164. Johan says:
    @Anon

    “Modern nature self correcting”

    This expression is characteristic of the religion of Homo Secularus Materialist. The elites who created the climate change hoax also have been able to create that view on the basis of the characteristics of that type of man.

    “wanting to live like Americans”

    Expressive of the narcissism of the US.

  165. Miro23 says:
    @BorisMay

    But the EU is pure Satanism, the Euro is on the point of collapse, Brexit was a sham as Britain has to administer Ulster according to EU rules AND the entire EU and Britain is run by ZOG. So just how are they going to do what you suggest?

    I can see what you’re saying but there are some new situations.

    For example, Nord Stream 2 isn’t a German gesture of friendship towards Russia. Germany has a serious energy supply problem (due to a series of bad decisions) and urgently needs the gas to flow through that pipeline. Liquefied gas from the US isn’t a realistic alternative.

    The Euro certainly isn’t on the point of collapse. It’s reserve currency role is growing (at the expense of the US dollar) as more countries choose it to denominate international trade. For example Russia and China recently chose the Euro for their new oil deals (note – not the Yuan or Ruble).

    Britain is a sad case. It has turned into a US (read Zionist) colony – more so than the rest Europe – and just follows US deep state/CIA instructions. Sad when you think of its long and illustrious history.

    • Replies: @HeebHunter
  166. DaveE says:
    @Anonymous

    Great comment, THANKS.

    It’s become clear that Ukraine is (and has been for a long time) the judeo-zionist stronghold to take on Russia. Israel on the Black Sea. It looks like the USA has their back, too – once again manipulated into proxy wars for the jews – except this time, the war will be WWIII.

    Straight out of The Protocols. Doesn’t the Talmud admonish the jew to always warn their adversary before they slaughter him, thereby escaping culpability? (At least in their demonic so-called “minds”.)

    Can’t say The Jew didn’t warn us.

  167. waw says:

    Bolshevik Communist Ashkenazi Khazar Illuminati Satanists and upper level Freemason Satanists are in control of America. Americans are so stupid that they can not find this truth. If you believe that Osama bin Laden and Al-Queda did 911, when in fact Israel and the Bush II criminals did 911, you should take the mRNA death jab and end your misery.

    • Agree: HeebHunter, DaveE
  168. @Harold Smith

    Maybe it’s just a new kind of football game, or a video game… The B1 bombers sorties are just marketing events. Nothing to worry about.

    Oooops! I pressed the live missile launch button by accident …

  169. @Chinaman

    Not all religions live by the Golden Rule. A Chinese general believes that the first rule in the US international relations doctrine is that there are no rules! Anything is fair for the US administration.

  170. Smith says:

    My eyes are on Russia, ground war is always more devastating.

    And the US just increases trade with China in Q1 2021, both regimes depend on each other, until both of them successfully decouple, I don’t see no war in the horizon.

    We must focus on helping Russia/Iran as much as possible, leave the empire fighting to the US and China, they deserve each other.

  171. @Chinaman

    To be fair the Chinese administration does not always follow the Golden Rule either. Otherwise they wouldn’t have invaded Tibet and they wouldn’t use intimidation against Taiwan.

    This is not something specific to any particular country. France still has many island territories in the Pacific and elsewhere. I think large administrations don’t follow the Golden Rule, but instead they end up working for themselves if left unchecked. Nothing is perfect of course. The search for eqilibrium may be painful at times.

    • Replies: @d dan
  172. theMann says:
    @Jake

    Technically accurate- still Sedition.

  173. d dan says:
    @RichardDuck

    “Otherwise they wouldn’t have invaded Tibet and they wouldn’t use intimidation against Taiwan.”

    You don’t “invade” your own country nor “intimidate” your own province. Otherwise, hasn’t US also “invaded” her 50 states. And when US enforces its laws on Hawaii, does US “intimidate” against Hawaiians?

    • Replies: @RichardDuck
  174. @RoatanBill

    I’m still of the opinion that US posturing is for show and the military brass would wet themselves if a real war started.

    They don’t understand the potential consequences of what they’re doing? That would be like someone waving a realistic-looking toy gun at a cop while making threats – and then wetting himself when the cop starts shooting at him.

    Honestly I don’t see how pulling out of the INF treaty, for example, and then putting the formerly banned intermediate range missiles all over the place, with short flight times to targets in Russia and China (who will then respond with similar deployments and be forced into a dangerous launch-on-warning situation) thereby setting us up for a nuclear war, even by accident – is all just “for show”? To show what exactly?

    Just look at the caliber of the people volunteering.

    Well look at the caliber of the average dumbed-down peasant in the U.S. You can’t destroy the culture, destroy morality, destroy the education system, destroy the family, destroy the manufacturing base, destroy the economy, destroy the concept of home ownership, destroy the middle class, etc., and then expect to have a pool of top notch people available to do jew dirty work all over the world. The pickings are slim. And this is an example of how the contradictions inherent to evil ultimately work to destroy it.

    I’ve said it before, I believe the US is a soft military dictatorship. The military combined with the Intel agencies and their hangers on are the deep state. What they’re after is money, like the $21 Trillion that DOD can’t account for over the last 20 years. I just don’t think they want anything to upset their scam intentionally.

    It’s all about “money”? I frequently encounter this assertion, usually propounded by those who deny the existence of evil in this world.

    I don’t see why Western rulers at the top of society who are already billionaires and multimillionaires themselves (who obviously don’t give a damn about the peasantry) and who control a “government” that prints all the money it wants for anything and everything under the sun, would be willing to risk planetary extinction for a little more “money” (even if there is some torturous reasoning that can “explain” how squandering trillions of dollars on militarism can somehow meaningfully further enrich the people at the very top).

    • Agree: HeebHunter
  175. @Miro23

    Sad when you think of its long and illustrious history.

    Like what? Liberalism, communism, and kike worship? Or the foundation of New Pakistan?
    They made their bed TWICE last century. The Jewgro-Sickxons should be exterminated. Hell, they are doing it themselves, nobody has to lift a finger.

  176. There are lots of people that aren’t super rich that feed on all the wasted military money. Weapons systems are created precisely to generate business for the weapons manufacturers and the bulk never get any serious use. Then comes the replacement weapons system that costs even more money and isn’t worth spit like the F35.

    The whole aim for the US military is to pretend to be a fighting force with the dregs of the society as soldiers and super expensive weapons systems that could provide an initial bang but then be out of stock to continue any conflict.

    The generals, admirals, etc are there to preen in their costumes and never do an honest days work but have a wonderful life in the service and then get rich once they become a talking head for the media or get on the board of their favorite merchant of death corporation.

    The US military hasn’t won a conflict since WW-II. That’s because they don’t want to win. Having a simmering conflict for years provides the excuse for ever larger budgets, replacements for expended gear and whole new systems that in the US’s case usually don’t work all that well for their intended purpose. The US has never been attacked in over a century and every conflict has always been offensive and always against a puny adversary, one manufactured via propaganda for the purpose.

    The fact that a US Navy still exists with surface ships should tell anyone with a hint of intelligence that this is all theater. The now distant Falkland’s war should have sent the message that surface ships are obsolete once missile tech had reached that decades old now primitive level.

    The US has nukes that could do lots of damage, but then what? What comes next? The military halfwits know enough not to start something that would kill their racket.

  177. @RoatanBill

    The US military hasn’t won a conflict since WW-II.

    Correction. The last war the US won was not WWII, it was the war with Grenada (population ~110,000) in 1983.

  178. bayviking says:
    @Majority of One

    You certainly provide some rich detail, even for my case against Kissinger. Somewhere in all that there is the Italian mafia, which probably descended from Roman Emperor bloodlines. One of the finest drama’s I have ever seen was the BBC’s “I Claudius”, which portrays those bloodlines in a rather unfavorable light.

    But, I tend to see OWS, BLM, and Antifa as outside the control of these bloodlines whereas it has been shown that the Tea-Party was organized by Dick Army and well funded by right wingers.

    Another tidbit is that Kissinger was Rockefeller’s die-hard supporter until Nixon won the nomination, then he jumped ship and worked mostly secretly with Nixon, taking full control as Nixon declined into heavy drinking and Watergate took him down.

  179. @The Soft Parade

    You, like most religionists, foster a freeze-dried reformulation of genuine spirituality. Your “Book” was a product of Imperial Rome, via the emperor Constantine. Read the Gospel of Thomas. Perhaps you may learn from one who walked with Jeheshua.

    • Replies: @Anne Lid
    , @The Soft Parade
  180. @AnonFromTN

    I ignored Granada since that was a joke of a war. But you’re right in the absolute.

  181. Martyanov was correct, the U.S. folded. The U.S. announced this morning they don’t want an extensive war with Russia, then turned the two destroyers they were going to send into the Black Sea back to the Med. Then, the Russians blockaded the entrance to the Black Sea. Not sure which of the three happened in what order, but not a word in the WashPost, NYTimes or networks. Russia cowed the U.S. with their preparations. Kudos to Vlad. I hope they don’t have to finish off the Ukranazi in too destructive a fashion, but it wouldn’t hurt to show the U.S. once and for all what we’re in for if we keep fucking around over there. Russia is laying in a lot of forces as we type. The bear is fed up.

  182. @RoatanBill

    There are lots of people that aren’t super rich that feed on all the wasted military money.

    To the extent that’s true, so what? They’re not the ones making policy decisions (decisions that could end the world as we know it), and those at the top don’t really give a damn about them anyway, so I really don’t see your point.

    Weapons systems are created precisely to generate business for the weapons manufacturers…

    So in your view the empire is merely a jobs program? If that’s the case why don’t they spend the money employing people to make useful products and services?

    …and the bulk never get any serious use.

    There are many people in places like Vietnam, Serbia, Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya and Syria for example who would disagree with you. What we have here is an evil empire seeking complete world domination and control, and as such it obviously needs weapons systems with which to threaten and enslave the world – and ultimately to destroy with force any independence-minded states that cannot be coerced into sufficiently destroying themselves.

    Then comes the replacement weapons system that costs even more money and isn’t worth spit like the F35.

    Do you think that the psychopaths wanted the F-35 to be junk? Of course not. The weapon systems of an evil empire fail for the same reason that everything else fails (as I pointed out in my earlier comment).

    The generals, admirals, etc are there to preen in their costumes and never do an honest days work but have a wonderful life in the service and then get rich once they become a talking head for the media or get on the board of their favorite merchant of death corporation.

    On the contrary, they’re there not as an end in themselves but because the coterie of demon-possessed, devil-worshiping psychopaths who aspire to dominate and control the world need a big military. And a big military whose purpose is to support an evil agenda will ultimately turn out be a freak show and consummate failure like everything else – the ineluctable result of the inherent contradictions.

    The US military hasn’t won a conflict since WW-II.

    Well what exactly do you mean by “win”? What would you expect to “win” in a place like Afghanistan or Iraq? How can you “win” what can scarcely be defined? You’re really looking at everything the wrong way. We’re dealing with demon-possessed, devil-worshiping psychopaths here. What did Charlie Manson “win” when his “army” the “Manson family” defeated Sharon Tate and her guests at her house? Evil people do what they do because they’re evil.

    That’s because they don’t want to win. Having a simmering conflict for years provides the excuse for ever larger budgets, replacements for expended gear and whole new systems that in the US’s case usually don’t work all that well for their intended purpose.

    The problematic definition of “winning” notwithstanding, they don’t need “excuses” to do things for which there is no meaningful opposition in the first place.

    The US has never been attacked in over a century and every conflict has always been offensive and always against a puny adversary, one manufactured via propaganda for the purpose.

    For what purpose would you say? Anyway, the European powers have all been assimilated into the evil empire and with the exception of Russia, China and Iran, every other country is essentially “puny” or sufficiently coercible, apparently.

    The fact that a US Navy still exists with surface ships should tell anyone with a hint of intelligence that this is all theater. The now distant Falkland’s war should have sent the message that surface ships are obsolete once missile tech had reached that decades old now primitive level.

    It should tell anyone with a hint of intelligence – if any more telling is required – that the rulers of the evil empire are delusional. And that’s all part of the package – i.e. part of the inherent self-destruct mechanism.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  183. @Carlton Meyer

    When Indonesia becomes uninhabitable thanks to climate change ie massive flooding, wet bulb temperature > 35 degrees Celsius, spread of pests and diseases, and/or massive vulcanism, Indonesians will flee, to survive. They won’t go north. Then Austfailia will get its comeuppance for the ongoing genocide of the Indigenous, ‘White Australia’ racism, the destruction of the continent’s fragile ecology and centuries of happy complicity in Imperial aggressions and genocides. Not to forget our world leading role in sabotaging efforts to avert climate destabilisation. Perhaps we’ll get to keep Tasmania, or have to move to New Zealand. After a bit, Antarctica will become habitable, but it’s likely to get crowded.

    • LOL: Alfred
  184. @Carlton Meyer

    Carlton, old man, good to see you around! GM2Mil, also, good stuff. What do you think of the capitulation by the U.S. Navy in turning away from the Black Sea today? WashPost and NYTimes haven’t said word one yet, but NY Post picked it up. The White House announced they want no extended combat with Russia, which was a strange statement to me. Now Russia has announced a blockade until October against the ships of any Navy entering the Black Sea. Not sure which came first, but it’s good news. That’s it for the seagoing hostilities. Now to determine if the U.S. guarantee is still in place on the Land/Air side of things.

    Thoughts? Although, your thoughts might be the next post on GM2, heh..See ya!

  185. @Harold Smith

    The people below the top level enable that top level. If there are no soldiers, then the general can bark orders and nothing happens.

    In a way, the entire military is a jobs program for the dolts and miscreants in the society. Years ago convicted criminals were given the option to join the military versus serve prison time. It’s also a jobs program via the mechanism used to build military hardware. Many states gets a piece of the action to build the next boondoggle so that their congress critter votes to approve the money. It really doesn’t matter what is built and if it works, as long as the money gets allocated and some politician can broadcast that he was responsible for creating X number of jobs in his district. The end result is weapons systems that don’t have to work well and many times don’t. It’s just a waste of resources.

    As for the countries the US has invaded, it doesn’t take much to kill people. The bombs dropped were capable in WW-I. All the new high tech gear hardly gets used but wasted money that could go to more productive pursuits.

    Although the politicians want the military, the military has figured out that they can scam the system because they never go up against a comparable adversary. The military is now operating as an end unto themselves by demanding more and more money to build stuff that’s almost never used. Along the way, they and the weapons manufacturers get rich building crap.

    The US attacks small countries because it can and because it gives the military a mission. I refer to the military as the M&M’s, the murderers and malingerers. That’s all they are.

    • Agree: Realist
    • Replies: @Harold Smith
  186. denk says:
    @Franz

    Indian tells his anglo saxon mates

    If not for us, Nepal would’ve fallen to the chicom long ago

    https://www.unz.com/freed/war-with-china-what-fun/#comment-4581112

    stein to Indian

    Thanks for enlightening us.
    We learn something new every day.
    Be brave bro,
    The chicom are gonna get you one of these days

    https://www.unz.com/freed/war-with-china-what-fun/#comment-4588118

    Franz

    If not for the FUKUS [COALITION OF KILLING]
    led NATO [EIGHT NATIONS ALLIANCE], the chicoms would’ve taken over the world by now.

    https://www.unz.com/freed/war-with-china-what-fun/#comment-4581175

    gawd,
    It’s raining anglo saxon bullshit and indian cow dung,we’d soon be smothered to death by this
    daily torture, never mind WW3

    • Replies: @Franz
  187. Franz says:
    @denk

    It’s raining anglo saxon bullshit and indian cow dung

    To which the Chinese are adding… what? Perfume?

    As in:

    https://rense.com/general96/speech-by-comrade-chi-haotian.php

    Speech By Comrade Chi Haotian, Vice-Chairman Of China’s Military Commission

    December 2005

    “It is indeed brutal to kill one or two hundred million Americans. But that is the only path that will secure a Chinese century, a century in which the CCP leads the world. We, as revolutionary humanitarians, do not want deaths, But if history confronts us with a choice between deaths of Chinese and those of Americans, we’d have to pick the latter”

    And note the date: In 2005 the PC/cell phone industry was building huge state-of-the-art factories in mainland China to make the Chinese Century come that much sooner.

    Bullshit, you say? You wish.

    • Troll: d dan
    • Replies: @denk
    , @denk
  188. denk says:
    @Franz

    This the best you can come up ?

    Firstly, can you verify its the original text of gen Hao’s speech.

    Even if its authentic,
    note this…

    We, as revolutionary humanitarians, do not want deaths, But if history confronts us with a choice between deaths of Chinese and those of Americans, we’d have to pick the latter


    China would never start a war with fukus, so gen Hao says,

    when gringos come to pick fights, its better ‘we kill them before they kill us’

    Action speaks louder than words.
    YOu have been picking fight at China’s doorstep since 1949

    Exhibit A
    spy plane over Hainan,
    Chinese pilot killed
    http://www.g2mil.com/May2001.htm
    [Notice the sub headline ?
    Looking for trouble]

    gawd damn,
    I was about to go out and now this,
    can you leave the world alone,’
    just for a moment ?

    • Replies: @Franz
    , @Mulga Mumblebrain
  189. denk says:
    @Franz

    China will turn India into its colony

    Here’s India’s track record..
    1959 CIA/RAW orchestrated tibet riots.
    1962, India invaded China,
    2008 tibet destabilisation,
    2017 India’s Dotlam provocation
    2020 India’s Lakdhal incursion

    Now your turn,
    Show me China’s record of aggression against India.
    You’ve 24 hrs to answer, take your time.
    [no holding my breath]
    over and out.

  190. @d dan

    You are right if viewing things in some static way. The US as they are today are not invading Cheyenne territory but they did a couple of centuries ago.

    I just wished with my statement to illustrate how rhetorical devices such as mine can contribute to confusion and how they are often used as a form of weapon in the diplomatic circles. Most large countries exist today as a result of long chains of conflicts that occured in the past.

    Today is not different because it’s just a matter of Mathematics. I think there is is no stable state in a multi-polar world other than the one the strongest participant forces upon the others. Maybe the “elites” should try meditation on the Golden Rule before their next meeting 🤤.

    • Replies: @ivegotrythm
    , @d dan
  191. Anne Lid says:
    @Majority of One

    Irenaeus was not a contemporary of Christ, but he was a student of Polycarp, who was a student of John. Ireneaus was adamant that there are four gospels only.

    • Replies: @Kapyong
  192. @RoatanBill

    The people below the top level enable that top level. If there are no soldiers, then the general can bark orders and nothing happens.

    Well of course, but what does this have to do with anything I said?

    Instead of quoting the statements you’re responding to, you’re just going off on tangents. Since it’s impossible to have a meaningful discussion like this, I’m suppose I’m not going to waste any more time on it.

  193. Stegiel says:

    http://gulagbound.com/49196/the-clenched-fist-revisiting-golitsyns-predictions/

    My opinion is this is scripted, very dangerous, but scripted. I think of the defeat of NATO and USA as I might look at the consequences of WW1 for Russia. Democrats are communist sympathetic people if not openly owned and Biden is the place holder for the communists running the US Deep state. A military defeat of US forces would trigger social collapse in the West.

  194. @denk

    Indian population will die out.

  195. @Thomas Faber

    Gandhi was a British agent and an agent of the rich. You are sentimental.

  196. @RichardDuck

    What’s with the baby faces? Are you three years old? Still sucking your thumb?

  197. d dan says:
    @RichardDuck

    “Most large countries exist today as a result of long chains of conflicts that occured in the past.”

    Equating China’s and America’s histories is exactly the mistake you made here. There are defensive conflicts and there are offensive conflicts.

    Most of China’s expansion was not due to some type of exploitation nor colonization like America or other Western countries did. China sought to secure its border after it was incessantly attacked. For example, Han Chinese was invaded by the Mongols. Chinese countered attacked, conquered their lands and secured the border. Same fates for Xiongnu, Manchus, Tibet and many others – that was how most of their lands became Chinese today.

    When China didn’t feel the threats, they prefer to trade and share culture with them. For example, they were never attacked by India, and so for thousands of years, they never invaded India – even though they were much, much stronger than India in most of the history. You may heard of Zheng He’s super-naval fleet that sail to Africa – and yet they never colonize even a single country on the many journey that lasting multiple decades.

    Whereas for US/Western expansions, they looked for land, slave/cheap labors/markets/resources, etc or to achieve some types of military domination against their rivals. Well I assume you already know the motivations and history, so I won’t need to go on.

    • Replies: @RichardDuck
    , @Smith
  198. Yee says:

    “If not for us, Nepal would’ve fallen to the chicom long ago”

    What a sick joke!

    You know why the entire family of the king of Nepal Birendra were killed? Because he wouldn’t allow his son, the crown prince, marry an Indian woman. So all his heirs to the throne must die, leaving the throne to the brother, whose son does have an Indian wife.

    India butchered an entire family to install an Indian as the queen of Nepal, her son as future king. What sick bastards!

    Well, I suspect China had a hand in overthrowing the monarchy, thwarting India’s “great plan” for future Nepal.

    • Replies: @denk
  199. @d dan

    I agree with what you write. It’s difficult to put it in just a few sentences. I read on Asia; the historical accounts, the traveler’s books. I am currently reading books on the history of China and Russia. I have been in China for a few months and I talked with a number of people there: Chinese, Uighurs, Koreans, Japanese, Thais, Ukrainians, Bielorussians, students, businessmen. So I am trying to learn. It’s interesting to see how local cultural values survive across centuries and even millenia. So how can we make sense of the US administration bad feelings and current actions against Asian countries?

    • Thanks: d dan
  200. Franz says:
    @denk

    Firstly, can you verify its the original text of gen Hao’s speech.

    Ye gods.

    I can’t even verity Joe Biden is real and not a ventriloquist’s dummy.

    But Chinese HAVE talked about a Sino-dominated future; most certainly in industry and so why not assume they, like everyone else with a military, make war plans and back them up with appropriate rhetoric?

    When Teddy Roosevelt built the Panama Canal it was about American Supremacy, and TR said so in the planning phase. Do I think China is so different they wouldn’t talk the same way?

    India and China have traded words and maybe that’s it, maybe not. Is it any different than France trying to invade Russia during the Napoleon administration? How so? Are you saying the Chinese aren’t as human as the French?

    • Replies: @d dan
  201. @AndrewR

    Pro tip: when I was learning Sanskrit I made the delightful discovery that the correct way to speak it was exactly like Peter Sellers in The Party and elsewhere. The man did his homework.

  202. d dan says:
    @Franz

    “Firstly, can you verify its the original text of gen Hao’s speech.” – denk

    “I can’t even verity Joe Biden is real…” – Franz

    So you can’t verify the original text but faithfully agree with what it says and implies. Sound logically?

    BTW, the original text was first published by Epoch Times, associated with the Falun Cong, funded through you know who – CIA.

    “why not assume they, like everyone else with a military, make war plans and back them up with appropriate rhetoric?”

    Ahh, wrong assumption. You are projecting your Western mentality onto Chinese. China is not making any military plan to dominate the world, period. Read up a bit of Chinese history, please – before making such off-the-mark assumption.

    “Are you saying the Chinese aren’t as human as the French?”

    Chinese thinking are indeed very different then French (no offence to French viewers), I assure you.

    • Agree: Mulga Mumblebrain
    • Replies: @Franz
  203. anon[245] • Disclaimer says:

    B-1 nuclear-capable bombers

    B-1 bombers are no longer nuclear-capable. Please commit seppuku, or at least refrain from writing further articles.

  204. @denk

    If India ever produces a leadership not enamoured of the West, subservient to Israel, dominated by caste fanatics, Hindutva fascists and Islamophobes, and heavily influence by ‘honorary White’ Overseas Indians, China is ready to co-operate for mutual benefit. India has often been through bad times, interspersed with great periods, but today must be some sort of nadir.

    • Replies: @Malla
  205. @denk

    The Chinese do not want deaths, but the USA and its puppet-master Israel, see murdering vast numbers of others as a religious and pathopsychological imperative.

  206. S says:

    I think the idea might ultimately be that the US and Russia kill off as many of their citizens as possible in a world war. Remember, there is the ulterior motivation of the powers that be of reducing the world’s population to a ‘more sustainable’ five hundred million.

    People have been being pre-conditioned to accept this for a long time, though they still have their right of refusal.

    [MORE]

    As an example, the excerpt below was published in the United States in 1853, a full eight years before the US Civil War:

    ‘Thus the lines are drawn. The choirs are marshalled on each wing of the world’s stage, Russia leading the one, the United States the other. Yet the world is too small for both, and the contest must end in the downfall of the one and the victory of the other.’ The New Rome; or, the United States of the World (1853) – pg 109

    https://archive.org/details/newrome00poes/page/108/mode/2up

  207. Franz says:
    @d dan

    Chinese thinking are indeed very different then French (no offence to French viewers), I assure you.

    Then the Chinese navy is building a carrier fleet for kicks?

    A carrier group is like an armed, mobile set of islands. It takes one to beat one. China laid the keels for their carriers while they were still getting specialty steel from foreign sources.

    French or Chinese or whatever, all nations prepare for a common defense and are prepared to make aggressive moves if that’s what defense requires. China is not an exception.

    • Replies: @d dan
  208. d dan says:
    @Franz

    “Then the Chinese navy is building a carrier fleet for kicks?”

    — To defend its trade routes, its oil supplies, its oversea investments, Belt and Road Initiatives, its citizens working in Africa,… in Malacca Straits, Indian Ocean and elsewhere, for examples? (Do you know Western countries, and even weaker countries like India, has threatened to cut off China oil supplies? Do you know Chinese Ying He containers was seized in Indian Ocean because it was accused of carrying chemical/nuclear weapons for Iran.)

    — To push its defensive perimeter further out to second or third island chains against US navy, for example? (Do you know how many US’ plans to blockade China?)

    — To assure businessmen, joint partners, traders and other neutral parties against blackmails, threats and sanctions by the empire? (Do you know how many times Chinese lost businesses because host countries were pressured by US to call off the deals? Do you know US navy has plan to encourage private parties to seize Chinese commercial interests, ships and other assets in the open in case of wars?)

    — To hunt enemy nuclear submarines lurking in deep ocean…. and many more reasons.

    “China laid the keels for their carriers while they were still getting specialty steel from foreign sources.”

    There are so many countries in the world that have carriers that most people can’t even believe it, so what is the big deal for the world second (or first) largest economy, the world largest creditor, the world largest trader, the world largest traveler country (China) to have its own? Do you think countries like India, Italy, Spain, Brazil, Thailand (!) all have military plans for world domination?

    “French or Chinese or whatever, all nations prepare for a common defense and are prepared to make aggressive moves if that’s what defense requires. “

    Sure, this one I agree. Offence couldn’t be the most effective defensive or deterrent moves. But that is far off from your original assertions and implications of Chinese invasion and colonization of the whole world:

    “They [Chinese] will first take down India, make it a colony, then advance into the Pacific and probably set up their Western Command in Sydney, Australia or Honolulu, Hawaii…” – Franz, comment #44

    ““It is indeed brutal to kill one or two hundred million Americans. But that is the only path that will secure a Chinese century, a century in which the CCP leads the world.” – Franz quote of a supposed speech by a Chinese general – comment #196

  209. denk says:
    @Yee

    I’ve mentioned many times here,
    RAW./CIA murdered the entire family of king Birendra cuz he’s too close to China for their comfort.
    Yet this is like kindergarten stuff compared to CIA’s greatest hit , liquidating pro Beijing Sukarno, together with almost three millions Indon in 1965.

    I suspect China had a hand in overthrowing the monarchy,

    YOu should read my posts more often.
    Everybody knows China doesnt do regime change/wet job etc, those are fukus specialty, their tool of trade.

    KIng Birendra and his successor were all victims of CIA/RAW, that partner in crime,.

    ————————-
    To save time and cuz the three posts/hr quota….here’s to

    Franz
    Trouble with gringos and westerners in general….no substance, all rhetoric,
    always projecting and full of it.

    I dont do crystal ball , only facts.
    Re US/CHINA, it’s been a one way assault since 1949…we can go right back to the days of ENA in fact.

    [MORE]

    1950 Korean war,
    1955, CIA/TW attempt at Zhou Enlai’s life
    1959 CIA/RAW Tibet riot,
    1962 FUKUS instigated Indo./sino war,
    1965 [[[CIA/MI5]]] INdon genocide on ethnic Chinese.
    1989 CIA/MI6 TAM, destabilisation/demonisation.
    1993, Chinese freighter Yinhe hijacked by USN, pirates at hight sea.
    https://www.nytimes.com/1993/09/06/world/no-chemical-arms-aboard-china-ship.html
    1998 CIA/MI6 orchestrated Indon pogrom , mass rapes on ethnic Chinese
    1999 BOmbing of Chinese embassy in ex Yugo,
    2001 Hainan spy plane, Chinese pilot died.
    2003 SARS1,
    2008 Tibet riots,
    2009 Xinjiang bloodbath,
    2013 Bird flu H7N9, Asia pivot
    2014 Xinjiang, HK, Mh370, bubonic plague, Ebola, Dengue,
    2018 bird flu, H7N9
    2019 HK, Xinjiang, swine flu, army worms,
    2020 SARS2, H5N1, locusts.
    2021 Provocatioh in ECS, SCS, TW.
    Full spectrum smear campaign over Xinjiang , HK, covid, yellow peril.

    gringos do keep this as faq forchrissake I hate to repeat the same stuff over and over again…talk about whacking a mole.

    I knew you have nuthin on indo/china, lemme help you out…

    https://www.unz.com/freed/war-with-china-what-fun/#comment-4591451

    Mulga Mumblebrain

    If India ever produces a leadership not enamoured of the West,

    When Rajiv Gandhi reached out for Deng, guess what, he got bumped off.

    So CIA definitely. It must be a source of worry to Rajiv Gandhi. And why not? If we regard his proximity to the Soviet leaders of his time, his landmark handshake with Deng Xiaopeng and his strident disapproval of the Chandrasekhar government’s refuelling facilities given to American war planes that were heading for the Gulf during the first war against Iraq. All this made him stick out like a sore thumb with the Americans.

    https://www.countercurrents.org/ind-naqwi271106.htm

    • Replies: @Smith
  210. Bork says:
    @Boomthorkell

    This asks another question though…making an entire generation basically unsuited for war or nation building sounds like a terrible idea for a government that wants a world war. Really, who is coordinating this?

    You are more correct than you think. Millenials and Zs have about 30% reduced grip strength compared to X and boomers due to brain damage from massive overvaccination. Reduced grip strength is not the only symptom, lowered IQ and behavior dysfunction are hidden side effects. The current soldier generation of America is the most unsuitable for battle ever.

    • Thanks: Boomthorkell
  211. Yee says:

    Denk,

    There’re girls on Chinese forum following the coming and going of all royal families in Asia for a long tome. It’s amazing how much information they can collect. It’s their collective conclusion that the massacre was about installing a half-Indian future king of Nepal. The Indian woman the crown prince wanted to marry but objected by Birendra is not some average woman from India, but of the political circle. She later married into a political family in India and active in politics.

    The successor Gyanendra’s son (who married an Indian), is a real piece of scum. Not only is he a druggie, it’s also widely believed that he has murders on his hand.

    You can bet your last dollar that Indian intelligence has plenty of nice clear videos to control the scumbag and his father. Thus, Nepal has no way to go but to become another Bhutan.

    With these added information, you can draw your own conclusion.

    The royal family of Nepal has always on pretty good terms with China, both Birendra and his father Mahendra. It’s not a sudden change.

    • Replies: @denk
  212. Malla says:
    @Mulga Mumblebrain

    If India ever produces a leadership not enamoured of the West,

    Most of our earlier leadership were anti-West during the cold war.

    Hindutva fascists

    Chinese Nationalists are nationalists and Hindu nationalists are fascists? After facing 800 tears of foreign Islamic rule they can have no beef but Chinese can have beef over history?

    China is ready to co-operate for mutual benefit.

    LOL, the masses of India consider China an Imperialist State (I disagree with this). The Indian elites may be interested in cooperating with China in the future, but the common people of India are unlikely to be very keen.

    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  213. denk says:
    @Yee

    the massacre was about installing a half-Indian future king of Nepal.

    …..To replace KIng Birendra the panda hugger.

    nO conflict there.

    ——
    Contrary to contemporary wisdom.
    The [[[five liars]]] are neither rule based nor fact based…..Im not talking about the ptb but the people as well.

    One of the most notorious [[[five liars]]] traits is their knack of projection.
    For example, the insistence that China would proceed to conquer the world once they take care of NATO,
    LOL.

    BUt [[[five liars]]] do have their share of truth tellers, amounting to 1% of their population.

    Exhibit A
    An honest but rare assessment from Oz, currently at the vanguard of [[[five liars]]] GLOBAL CHINESE EXCLUSION hate campaign.

    I wish I could feel as comfortable as you are about there being no war. I don’t want it, nor do I want to see Asia/China/Australia pay the price, but I do not underestimate the West’s( particularly Britain and the US) resolve to want to remain on top of the world order as they have done as imperialists and colonialists for several centuries. They and we have gotten used to it. It is what made us, and what continues to make us, first word countries.

    Sure England has receded but it still supports the current US imperialism and their spy networks, and military presence throughout the world. Both are key players in the eternal ‘great game’ which includes Russia, China (baddies) and everyone else on the other side (goodies), and both a trying to shut off China’s ability to trade and access oil and gas.

    Neither the US nor Britain want China to be the the predominant country of a future Asian-centred new world order and they will do anything to stop it. Unfortunately they judge China’s rise similarly to how they behaved historically themselves, and expect it to dominate the world as an empire or hegemony, with or without vassal states. That is hardly what China intends, but Western paranoia of potentially losing the crown of world dominance is reaching very high levels of fear and belligerent reaction. It’s far worse than the case for war against Iraq in terms of manufacturing consent, and a lot of people are supporting the US this time. While Australians demonstrated against the war in Iraq in large numbers, they seem to be duped by this one and readily condemn China in support of the US.

    https://johnmenadue.com/paranoia-over-china-government-media-afp-collusion/

    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  214. Kapyong says:
    @Anne Lid

    “Irenaeus was not a contemporary of Christ, but he was a student of Polycarp, who was a student of John.”

    Polycarp never mentioned meeting any John, no John ever mentioned meeting Polycarp. Irenaeus does not say Polycarp met John, there is no evidence that Polycarp met John.
    The actual evidence falls far short of that (like most early Christian history – just vague claims exaggerated then believed) :
    https://www.richardcarrier.info/archives/15999

    “Ireneaus was adamant that there are four gospels only.”

    Indeed he did, and here is his reasoning :
    “It is not possible that the Gospels can be either more or fewer in number than they are. For, since there are four zones of the world in which we live, and four principal winds, while the Church is scattered throughout all the world, and the pillar and ground 1 Tim. 3:15 of the Church is the Gospel and the spirit of life; it is fitting that she should have four pillars…”

    Nothing to do with history, or witnesses.

    But four gospels clearly were important, because around the year 172 Tatian produced a key work called the DiaTessaron, which title means essentially “(harmony) From Four”. This was a harmony of the four gospels – named for the word “four” but giving no authors’ names. Because no Christian writer named the four evangelists before Irenaeus in the 180s.

    The key chronology went like this :

    Before 150 – no clear evidence of gospel documents or evangelists.

    150s Justin Martyr discusses and quotes “memoirs of the apostles” which are “also called Gospels” – he does not name the authors, nor number the gospels. The very first Christian writer on record to quote from gospels he possesses.

    160s Justin dies, his pupil Tatian presumably inherits those gospel documents.

    172 Tatian produces the DiaTessaron (FromFour) gospel harmony of four gospels, authors not named.

    180s Irenaeus insists there must be exactly four gospels (several more gospels were circulating at that time), and names the four evangelists for the first time.

    How curious – the gospels were numbered before they were named.

    • Thanks: Majority of One
  215. Yee says:

    Denk,

    Sure the Anglo’s propaganda machine is capable enough to get their people into anything TPTB want them. I’ve never have a doubt about their capabilities. So call “public opinions” is just the result of indoctrination in most cases, especially on national level matters.

    However, war or not will ultimatly be decided by those at the top who have all the information on the balance of power, not by “the public”.

    The West is very good at manipulating the people, but this is a top power game. Since Europe is not in the game wholeheartedly, US/UK/Oz/Jp aren’t enough to overpower China.

    • Replies: @denk
  216. @denk

    The hate campaign against China here has been building for about ten years, since Obama made his ‘pivot to Asia’ speech in the Commonwealth Parliament. In Austfailia racism runs very deep in about 10-20% of the population, a crucial vote in our demo-crazy politics.
    Anti-Chinese sentiments in this group are as strong as is hatred of the Indigenous. And the Sinophobic campaign has been universal in our fakestream media sewer, and in popular kultur, too, where ANY anti-Chinese lie, no matter how easily refuted, is regurgitated with job-securing zeal.
    The reason is plain enough. The Five Eyes plus Israel, with the Atlanticist stooges as allies, firmly believe that the West is the glory of humanity, and all other civilizations are inferior in every way. Moreover ‘God’, that monotheistic monster, decreed the superiority of his people over all others, and over Life on Earth, forever. As the slimy compradore Quisling, Liu Xiao-bo said, the Chinese will not be fully human until they Westernise. He recommended three hundred more years of colonial tutelage.
    This is a race and civilizational war, one totally caused by the West, and, as ever, the Western fakestream media vermin are 100%, ie totalitarian, in their Groupthink. All local dissenting voices from academia etc, were purged at least two or three years ago, and now any squeaks of contrary opinion are being increasingly characterised as ‘Chinese interference’, or ‘treason’ and ‘treachery’ by any local involved. And don’t rely too much on Menadue-he thinks Navalny is ‘handsome’ and has Putin running scared. Senescence does weary the old neurons.

    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  217. @Mulga Mumblebrain

    I must say that Menadue’s blog has improved since I last read it after the ‘handsome Navalny’ garbage.

  218. @Malla

    Compradore clap-trap, from a wannabe ‘honorary White’. Who the blazes are YOU to speak for ‘ordinary Indians’. If ‘ ordinary’ Indians do not want to get on peacefully with the other great non-Western civilization, then they are doomed.

    • Replies: @Malla
  219. denk says:
    @Yee

    .I often hear people ask indignantly,

    ‘IMAGINE pulling a trick like this, do tptb think we’r so stupid’ ?

    BUt the mou know their subjects well, those mushrooms do enjoy their BS

    [MORE]

    Nam, [Gulf of Tonkin]
    Kosovo [Racak ‘massacre’]
    Afghan [BIn Laden]
    Iraq [washing powder WMD]
    lIBYA [Ghadafi ‘massacring civilians’]
    Syria [Saddat ‘gass his own people’]
    .
    ..
    .
    China
    [‘genocide of muslims’, ‘chinese virus,’ ‘common enemy to western democrazies’]

    Fool me once, shame on you.
    Fool me dozens of times.……………!

    ————————
    Mulga Mumblebrain

    This is a race and civilizational war, one totally caused by the West,

    Why do people who pride themselves on geopolitical savvy,[ cue UNZ readers], who scorn the MSM narrative, instinctly challenge any official stories, deride the Russia gate…. are only too eagle to drink the kool aid when it comes to anything Chinese...

    CHINESE VIRUS, UIGHURS GENOCIDE, THE CHICOMS ARE COMING TO GET US

    Could it be due to , gawd forbid, A CAse of innate sinophobia.

    “I Don’t Always Believe CIA Narratives. But When I Do, I Believe Them About china”

    https://stuartbramhall.wordpress.com/2020/07/22/caitlin-johnstone-on-the-cia-uighur-narrative/

    ——————-

    Smith

    Why are you consciously ignoring polpot ?

    Idiot
    YOu cant read or just bent on trolling ?
    That faq is about fukus covert/overt wars against China since WW2, WTF has it gotta do with alleged polpot sin ?

    PS
    I wont bother to strain my eyes again if you do not post in the proper format,.

    • Replies: @Smith
  220. Smith says:
    @denk

    Good to know it’s free season against chinese as long as you don’t wage “cover/overt wars against China”.

    LOL

  221. Anonymous[670] • Disclaimer says:
    @Harold Smith

    Indeed. I don’t know why so many people here can’t see and appreciate the madness of the demon-possessed, devil-worshiping Western rulers as they openly flirt with planetary extinction.

    Your words are rhetorical, aren’t they?

    It’s painfully, glaringly obvious by now. Western top-echelon elites see their power slipping away very quickly.

    They have been the lords of the Earth for so long (centuries, really – at least since the Scientific and Industrial Revolutions) that the thought of being regular human beings literally terrifies them.

    It’s been building slowly, at first the merest suggestion that their power wasn’t unique. There was Russia’s industrialization, and then Japan’s. These “challenges” were fended off – the Soviet Union was isolated and strangled, Japan cowed into submission via a concerted effort by the entire West (see the Plaza Accords etc). There were also internal challenges, with first France, and then Germany once vying with the Anglo-Saxons for primacy.

    Yet the West’s secrets to success have inevitably leaked out. Humanity has learned, they have copied, and they have internalized the lessons of the West.

    All of the rest of the world is waking up from the centuries of Western domination; they don’t want revenge, but they want us off their backs. They want to breathe. Who can blame them?

    A quiet but growing hysteria (hysteria is not too strong a word) is increasingly palpable in the decision-making and policies of the upper-most elites in North America and Europe; increasingly irrational recklessness is their norm.

    And we, poor dumb fools, we ordinary citizens are their cannon-fodder. The elites are going to be destroyed, but first they will shove us in front, so we go first.

    Has anyone here ever wondered what was going through the minds of the passengers on the Titanic? The lights still on, the wine still being served, the orchestra still playing?

    But the mighty ship was doomed.

    • Replies: @Harold Smith
  222. Malla says:
    @Mulga Mumblebrain

    Who the blazes are YOU to speak for ‘ordinary Indians’.

    These are facts on the ground. You obviously have no idea about how the Indian masses think.
    And the same ME, “so called honorary White” (which is bullshit), opposes both anti-Chinese and anti-Muslim tendencies of the masses. On Unz I have written against both these sentiments.

    If ‘ ordinary’ Indians do not want to get on peacefully with the other great non-Western civilization, then they are doomed.

    Idiotic. Indians are very pro-Russian, very pro-Vietnamese, very pro-Iranian, very pro-Japanese. Indians have a good opinion of South Korea, Indonesia, Thailand, Brazil etc… and want good relationships them all. Indians are also very pro-Israel, who they see as allies against “Islamic Terrorism” and who too fought for independence from the British, like India.
    Indians hate Pakistan and China as enemies of their motherland. Indians consider China as an Imperialist State (like the Vietnamese do). Indians also dislike Turkish (Erdogan) and Malaysian (Mahatir Mohammed) Governments lately. Many Indians are still weary about the West, including USA. It is mostly because of China, that Indians are ready to cooperate with the West.

    Again not my personal opinion. I personally want good relations with China as well as am against targeting Muslims & Christians by Hindu fundamentalists. I personally totally oppose relations with Israel and want India to become pro-Palestine (like we were after independence).

    This is how the masses of India think, 1/6th of humanity, in population. Not my personal opinion.

    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  223. @Anonymous

    Indeed. I don’t know why so many people here can’t see and appreciate the madness of the demon-possessed, devil-worshiping Western rulers as they openly flirt with planetary extinction.

    Your words are rhetorical, aren’t they?

    Actually no because despite everything that’s happened I still encounter a surprising number of people who don’t seem to have the slightest clue about what’s going on in the world. And to the extent they do realize that something’s amiss, they’ll argue “it’s all about money” or that the U.S., Russia and China are all ruled by the same “cabal” and everything that happens in the world is purely theatrical; e.g. Vladimir Putin, Xi Jinping and joe biden are sitting around somewhere right now having a beer while discussing the next act. Some people even insist that there are no such things as nuclear weapons.

    Yet the West’s secrets to success have inevitably leaked out. Humanity has learned, they have copied, and they have internalized the lessons of the West.

    But what is the definition of “success”? I think it means different things to different people. To the rulers of the “West” it means complete world domination and control, and the West’s “secrets” to success are lying, cheating, stealing and mass-murdering, i.e. devil worship, which can work for a little while but ultimately ends in spectacular failure, as anyone paying attention can see. I don’t believe that Russia, China and Iran for example want to destroy themselves the way the West has destroyed itself.

  224. @denk

    over and out.

    “over and out” is never correct. “Over” and “out” mean mutually exclusive things.

    “Over” means ‘this is the end of this transmission and I am awaiting your reply’.
    “Out” means ‘this is the end of this transmission and I do not expect a reply’.

    Words have meanings and for civilisation to exist it is important that users understand the meanings of the words that they use. Even El Guapo understands this, so probably good that we do too.

  225. @Harold Smith

    I don’t believe that Russia, China and Iran for example want to destroy themselves the way the West has destroyed itself.

    I am 100% sure that you are correct about Russia and Iran. I understand that the Chinese have the beginnings of negrolatory and now have imported people playing professional ballsportz. They need to stop watching “sport”(as should white American men) and start doing stuff(almost anything) for themselves. Watching television isn’t “doing stuff”.

  226. denk says:

    I heard the [[[five liars]]] led ENA wanna boycott the coming winter Olympics in Beijing….they call it the ‘genocide Olympics’.

    Now where did I hear that one before ?

    https://web.archive.org/web/20080218120050/http://www.spiked-online.com/index.php?/site/article/4506/

    —————-

    malla

    Most indians are sinophobes

    Most [[[five liars]]] are sinophobes too.
    Exhibit A– the gringos.
    https://community.oilprice.com/topic/13603-pew-poll-90-of-us-believes-china-is-threat/
    By now it should be 98% already.

    YOu’r in good companies.
    https://guardingindia.com/diplomacy/five-eyes-looking-forward-to-including-india-in-the-group/

    They dont call India South Asia’s USA for nuthin you know ?
    ——————-

  227. @Harold Smith

    I don’t believe that Russia, China and Iran for example want to destroy themselves the way the West has destroyed itself.

    Well, China has decided to encourage their women to have three or more children to counter US population growth through immigration. So not only will China maintain superiority in numbers, but the difference in IQ will become an insurmountable chasm. This is the way to go.

    https://www.rt.com/news/521358-china-birth-rate-us-immigration/

  228. denk says:

    In case you forget….

    2008 ‘genocide Olympics‘ in five min.

    Why is it relevant to the current mess ?

    Its the same actors…FUKUS,

    Almost identical script,’

    Indeed, the Darfur crisis is following a pattern which is so well-worn now that it has almost become routine. Saturation reporting from a crisis region; emergency calls for help broadcast on the electronic media (such as the one recently on the BBC Radio 4 flagship ‘Today’ programme); televised pictures of refugees; lurid stories of “mass rapes”, which are surely designed to titillate as much to provoke outrage; reproachful evocations of the Rwandan genocide; demands that something must be done (”How can we stand idly by?”, etc.); editorials in the Daily Telegraph calling for a return to the days of Rudyard Kipling’s benevolent imperialism[6]; and, finally, the announcement that plans are indeed being drawn up for an intervention.
    ……………
    Intervention will allow Western forces to control an oil rich region, and perhaps to expel the present holders of concessions. The fact that the biggest of these is China, and that America’s other foreign adventures also seem to have as their goal the control of energy supplies to that strategic rival, only adds further piquancy to what is, otherwise, an all too banal case of modern imperialistic meddling.

    [1]
    Same target…China.
    Same tactics…economic hitman style,

    [MORE]

    the USA via the CIA has been paying the salaries of the South Sudanese Army (SPLA) since 2009. In other words, both the soldiers (“rebels”) supporting Riek Machar and the soldier supporting President Salva Kiir are being paid by the USA, paid to kill each other

    [2]
    Moral of the story…

    If a US government starts showing a munificent concern for your wellbeing, it’s time to dig a bomb shelter.

    [3]

    [1]
    http://www.hartford-hwp.com/archives/27e/764.html

    [2]
    https://www.counterpunch.org/2014/01/23/the-usa-v-china-in-south-sudan/

    [3]
    https://www.sudantribune.com/spip.php?page=imprimable&id_article=4863

    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  229. @AnonFromTN

    Iraq 1991, Yugoslavia 1999, Iraq again in 2003

  230. denk says:

    Kosovo ‘genocide’
    Iraq ‘genocide’
    Sudan ‘genocide’
    Tibet ‘genocide’
    Xinjiang ‘genocide’

    etc etc…

    pURE and unadulterated BS.

    jUST Goes to show that the FUKUS led west always accuse others of what it does themselves.
    BANDITS CRYING ROBBERY

    The [[[five liars]]] are crawling with yet to be apprehended murderous psychos and Im not talking only about the likes of Bush, Blair. , HOward, Clinton etc but rank and file war criminals….

    Exhibit A

    the SAS fellows had been watching their 8mm home movies they had shot and brought back from Vietnam. What had got to him was one that featured the hideous sexual torture, mutilation and murder of a young female captive. Apparently, these lovely 45-something guys got together regularly for this war-porn entertainment, unknown to their female partners. That was what they did in Vietnam, and that was how they were still getting their rocks off, 20 years later.

    https://johnmenadue.com/alison-broinowski-out-of-this-war-ready-for-the-next/

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  231. @denk

    You forgot ‘Bosnia genocide’, another filthy lie and pathopsychological projection from the greatest genocidists in history-the Five Eyes monsters.

    • Replies: @denk
  232. @denk

    China has gotten away economically, scientifically and technologically, so all the psychopathic Five Eyes thugs have left is violence. They will certainly destroy the world rather than give up their Manifest Destiny, born of their Exceptionalism, to rule the planet through Full Spectrum Dominance, forever. God told them that a thermonuclear Apocalypse is OK, because it is the End Times.

  233. @Malla

    China has settled ALL its land border disputes with its fifteen neighbours, bar poor, old, collapsing India, which is going through one of the worst episodes in its long history. The Indian rulers, the upper caste (what caste are you Malla-punkah-wallah?)and the Hindutva fascists, are the worst leadership India has ever endured, but the alliance with the other fascist Islamophobic regime India, and the Great Satan, the USA, is the death-knell.China has just to look on, dumbfoundedand no doubt saddened, as a great civilization sinks into the shite of subservience and self-delusion.

  234. denk says:
    @Mulga Mumblebrain

    If only there’s Nobel prize for hypocrisy, the [[[five liars]]] would corner it for eternity…

    Gold medal winner: Richard Vaughan, the British badminton champ who has made a right shuttlecock of himself by trying to pose as a warrior for freedom of speech. Clearly he has swallowed whole the idea that sportsmen and other modern-day celebrities are so supremely important that they must single-handedly try to topple the Chinese regime by wearing a shocking t-shirt or holding a press conference with some Tibetan monks.
    ……………
    The British athletes are actually demanding the ‘freedom to be morally outraged’. They want the ‘right’ to use the opportunity of a visit to China to wear a Free Tibet t-shirt or to state their concern about pollution or to join Spielberg and Farrow and others in exaggerating the crisis in Darfur in order to get their moral rocks off.

    https://web.archive.org/web/20080218120050/http://www.spiked-online.com/index.php?/site/article/4506/

    Actually I dont see anything wrong with athletics/celebrities standing up for their political conviction.

    Trouble is,
    The [[[five liars][]], especially FUKUS, are full of shit.
    They dont even murmur about Kashmir, Nagaland when in India, they dare not whisper about West Papua, E Timor, Aceh or 1965 when in Indon, they wouldnt dream of bringing up ‘democracy’ when negotiating deals with their beloved oil sheikhs in ME, they dont mind all these yet to be apprehended, mass murderous psychos like Blair etc prancing around with impunity…..
    yet they absolutely HAD TO insult the Chinese over fake genocides in Tibet, Xinjiang etc. within or without China.

    When US launch a space ship, nobody mention Iraq, Nam etc, when India sent up a satellite, none talk about Kashmir, NE genocide, yet when China fire up a rocket, true to form, there’ll be an army of [[[five liars]]] yapping about Tibet, Uighurs HK blah blaH…

    This is more than mere hypocrisy, it reeks of rotten sinophobic racism.

  235. @Majority of One

    Your “Book” was a product of Imperial Rome, via the emperor Constantine.

    No sir, despite what you saw on film, neither Jimmy Stewart or John Wayne really shot Liberty Valance; and neither will Dan Brown videos alter well settled written history.

    https://www.unz.com/gdurocher/study-history-young-man/#comment-4428311

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