The Endless War With Russia

Without formally announcing it and for reasons no one has bothered to explain, the American empire has declared war on Russia. That is the clear message the Biden administration is sending with the new round of sanctions. They have also kicked out some Russian diplomats. More importantly, the US is telling US banks they cannot have any dealings with companies working on Nord Stream 2, the big natural gas pipeline the Russians are building to supply gas to Europe.

In fairness, the war with Russia started before Biden was installed. You could argue it started back in the Bush years when they convinced the former Soviet republic of Georgia to annex parts of South Ossetia. The Bush people were making noises about adding Georgia to NATO, which did not sit well with Russia. From their perspective, this was a provocative act of aggression. It was correctly seen as an effort to surround Russian with states loyal to the American empire.

Team Obama promised to cool things down with the old enemy. They made a big show of the “big reset” with the Russians. Hillary Clinton did a photo-op with the Russian foreign minister in which they jointly held a big red button labeled “reset” on which each had their hand. Of course, administrations come and go, but the usual suspects that actually run imperial foreign policy never change. By the end of the Obama years, they were claiming the Russians rigged the presidential election.

Under Trump there was a real effort to call off the attacks on the Russians, but the usual suspects responded to that with two impeachment efforts. First there was the coup effort led by the FBI to get Trump removed. The claim was that he worked with the Russians to rig the election. Then there was the effort launched by the usual suspects in the State Department. It is easy to forget but pretty much everyone involved in the first impeachment trial had a connection to Ukraine.

Now of course, Ukraine is at the center of the Biden administration’s efforts to start a shooting war with the Russians. They have encouraged the Ukrainian president to declare his intention to return the Crimea to Ukraine, by force if necessary. Then they offered military guarantees in the event of war with Russia. The Russians have responded by putting their military on high alert. They have moved forces onto the border of Ukraine in preparation for a shooting war.

As if the guarantees to Ukraine are not enough, the Biden people immediately deployed long range nuclear bombers to Norway. They put bombers in Portugal as well and raised the strategic posture at the same time. Russian and NATO air forces are having regular incidents on the border of Russia. These are deliberate provocations. The hope is there is an incident that would warrant escalation. The fact that this happened as soon as Biden took office says it was not the doing of his people.

One obvious conclusion that can be drawn from this now two decade long effort to start a war with Russia is the President no longer controls foreign policy. Obama and Trump tried to normalize relations with Russia, but both were thwarted by the semi-permanent foreign policy establishment. Many of these people now have financial dealings with Ukraine, which goes ignored by Congress. Joe Biden is a vegetable and his family is literally on the payroll of the Ukrainians.

Of course, there is the madness of it all. Why is the American empire trying to start a war with Russia? One reason is money, of course. The usual suspects would like to raid Russia for natural resources. The parasitic financial system of the West is running out of domestic capital to burn, so Russia is seen as a new opportunity for plunder. There is also the grudge they have with Putin, who put an end to the looting. No one holds a grudge like the people running the American financial system.

There is also the fact that the foreign policy establishment is packed to the gills with people who were selected for their hatred of Russia. This goes back to the Cold War when foreign policy was simply about Russia. When the Cold War ended, those people did not retire. They did not stop selecting for people who shared their views on Russia and have the same cultural connections to the East. The maps have changed, but the people who see themselves as map makers has not changed.

One not so obvious reason is the need for liberal democracy to have an enemy. Like the Athenian Empire 2,000 years ago, the American empire is the result of conflict and as such it is designed to have an enemy. For half a century, the Russians were the enemy around which the empire was organized. They tried to replace Russia with Islam, but the Muslims proved to be a poor adversary. Cultural inertia has brought the American empire back to Russia as the enemy they need to survive.

Ironically, this new fight with Russia could turn out to be the disaster that seems to be the natural end of all empires. A shooting war with Russia will end in disaster for the empire because it would be a disaster for Europe. Russia would seize Ukraine in short order and this would result in an air war in the skies over Europe. Then Syria would unleash a million migrants from the south. It would be a catastrophe that would be blamed on Washington, one that would probably end NATO.

This is why the Germans are not rushing to support the empire on this. Germans have been dealing with the Russians for a very long time. they will be dealing with Russians long after the American empire is gone. Backing the yesterday men of Washington does not look like the best move for the Germans. America’s Varian Disaster may not be a military defeat, but instead be a diplomatic catastrophe. This attack on Russia could be what breaks the NATO coalition.

There is also the domestic situation. Despite the blaring from the regime propaganda organs, the Biden regime has limited support among Americans. Half the country thinks he is illegitimate, while the other half is instinctively dovish. They are also more focused on the domestic pogroms against their enemies. A war now would be a disaster domestically for the empire. Half the country would be rooting for the Russians, just because they hate the American government.


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Paul Bogdanich
Paul Bogdanich
3 years ago

Besides being irresponsibly dangerous (wars always escalate) any conflict with Russia makes no sense from a practical strategic point of view. What if it turns out our invisible planes aren’t? The Japanese, Saudis, Israelis, Germans everyone suddenly feels naked. Our air force isn’t what they assumed. That would start a cascade that would destroy the American Empire right there and that’s the best case scenario. Our DOD and defense contractors have to know all this?

The JG - Jack is Back
The JG - Jack is Back
3 years ago

hey Z man, ton of comments here, interesting stuff. my .02 on this? Well, if I go by two concepts, Occam’s Razor & Cui Bono, I would say that a war between US & Russia benefits China the most. They break the island chain to seaward and walk into Siberia. That’s the Cui Bono part. For Occam Razor, the above suggestion is supported by the thing which we all suppose is there and true, but which we never hear about, not one peep, in this Euro context. Oor foreign policy elites, our State department, is compromised by China — and… Read more »

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Anonymous
Anonymous
3 years ago

We have 13% of the population dictating our domestic policy. Republicans need to do a better job shoring up the white vote, and making a real play for the Mexican-American vote, where they are making inroads. That way we can all tell the 13% to go fuck themselves.

Hun
Hun
Reply to  Anonymous
3 years ago

Are you retarded? Since when do Republicans do anything for whites? Now wonder the US is descending towards South Africa, when white Americans keep trying the same failed thing over and over again.

Slick Willy
Slick Willy
3 years ago

Better Teutoburg than Syracuse.

Either way, it’s Madness.

Higgs Boson
3 years ago

Putin and Xi are close strategic allies. Can’t imagine what the unintended consequences of ignoring this might be. The current kakistocracy makes us look like low hanging fruit.

Sh😨t could happen fast.

Bartleby the Scrivner
Bartleby the Scrivner
3 years ago

And in other news.
Police put down a 15 year old female who was brandishing a knife in Ohio. The comments are hilarious. “She was only fighting with another girl, she wasn’t threatening the cop!”
“Why didn’t they tase her?”

White police officers need to pull out of vibrant areas ASAP, or they will be subject to regular ass reaming.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
3 years ago

Ashli Babbitt was an unarmed victim literally shot on camera by a “cop”
(A Black Jamaican immigrant in a suit, hired as Capitol Police)

We need to loot a Footlocker

Air Jordans for Social Justice

The Greek
The Greek
3 years ago

Mob rule is officially here. Everyone here knows there that there was at least one juror that didn’t agree on all charges given the evidence of the circumstances. However, they knew that if they didn’t go along, the media would have doxed them. Their homes would have been razed by the mob, they would have been fired, and they would have had to flee the country for the safety of their family. This is America 2021.

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  The Greek
3 years ago

Not to mention their parents harassed, their spouses would lose their jobs, their kids would never go to college….

What a GD mess.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  The Greek
3 years ago

The reason this goes on is the Right is now part of the Left. Let me explain, they value the individual or at most the nuclear family above all else and at its core that is a Leftist value. Conservatives value Tradition and the Community good not in the fake virtue signaling way the Left does to convince people to join the mob but in the real way. Public order, civic participation, be moral ,break the rules face the consequences. Its seems like the Right abandoned morality for money and the idiotic notion that Conservatism is an attitude, No its… Read more »

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  abprosper
3 years ago

abprosper: Fascinating, must read article at Couhter-Currents today by Nicholas Jeelvy, describing why normie conservatives literally cannot, neurologically, not work within the system. There is no betrayal the left could perform that would allow the conservative personality to accept the violence and chaos that would naturally occur by responding in kind. Those that can be redpilled have been redpilled. You fight with the army you have.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  3g4me
3 years ago

Thanks. I’m checking it out.

Frip
Member
Reply to  abprosper
3 years ago

Good comment Prospier. A bit disjointed, but we all get that way don’t we. Only problem I have with your comment is that cops are working-class guys just trying to make a living. You’re asking them to quit. I don’t like them having to be just another jobless victim of the system. Guys need an income.

Drew
Drew
Reply to  Frip
3 years ago

Good thing lots of places are hiring.

More seriously, if cops quit en masse, they could simply start private security firms and provide private security to ritzy neighborhoods. This isn’t that far fetched, as cops do this anyway, at least in large cities, once they get their pension.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Frip
3 years ago

Fed Ex probably pays about the same in many areas.

Its not prestigious but at least your boss thinks you have some value if only as a part of a line item.

FeinGul
FeinGul
Reply to  The Greek
3 years ago

Every mistake we’ve made the entire half century of my life can be summed into one word: Mercy.

So No Mercy.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
3 years ago

There should be a dissident cartoon with Kyle Rittenhouse, James Fields and Derek Chauvin are all in one prison cell with a caption, “there may be a pattern here.”

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
3 years ago

Guilty on all charges. Sick sick sick. But this was the perfect mirror of the O J Simpson trial. Black O J did kill (two) whites and got ‘not guilty’. White Chauvin (probably) did not kill Floyd and got ‘guilty’. Only way in which where these two cases are the same and not mirror images, is miscarriage of justice. On ‘the system failed’ they are very much the same. Now watching the scum celebrating live on TV. To hell with this, to hell with it.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Moran ya Simba
3 years ago

I guess being a cop during a civilizational free fall is a dangerous proposition isn’t it. Maybe the nearly impenetrable psyche of cops will be penetrated by this. That voice in the back of their heads, “Is the pension worth it?” We’ll see how this affects our people in the next few years.

FeinGul
FeinGul
Reply to  Moran ya Simba
3 years ago

My Chauvinism;
Heil Him.
Whoever Him is Heil.

Fuck ideology.
What we need are leaders.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  FeinGul
3 years ago

Without ideology there is no common goal and nothing for leaders to do. Ideology is everything. Now leaders need to be incredibly smart, charismatic that can’t be subverted or threatened and have a good sized power base to resist the permanent government are essential. President Trump tried but he was easily outmatched as he was lacking. Men like that are rare though and it its best to assume they aren’t there. Build local resilient communities , get off the grid when you can and just let the system do what its going to do. With reproductive rates he way they… Read more »

Xman
Xman
Reply to  Moran ya Simba
3 years ago

Derek Chauvin, political prisoner of Black Run Amerika.

And I say that despite being a cop-hater…

Sidvic
Sidvic
Member
Reply to  Xman
3 years ago

Yeah, fuck the police. But fuck niggers more. That is all. Carry on.

Anonymous Commenter
Anonymous Commenter
Reply to  Moran ya Simba
3 years ago

This is the future of justice in every red state once it goes blue. Remember that when someone tells you there’s a political solution within the system.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Anonymous Commenter
3 years ago

“All we need to do is win the mid-terms…then, just watch out…”

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  JR Wirth
3 years ago

Vote harder, or something…

David Wright
Member
Reply to  JR Wirth
3 years ago

Yes the midterms. A couple of governorships also and we will be primed to make a good showing in 2024.

This will be our decade I tell you. Ben Shapiro’s insights and leadership will be instrumental in all of this. Once we get this country back, firstly, tax breaks.
Secondly, conservative people of color into high positions. We will show them.
Finally we move to a more inclusive dialog with our mid-east adversaries. With Israel’s help that will cement Republican leadership for this country for decades.

Trust the Plan
Trust the Plan
Reply to  JR Wirth
3 years ago

We just need a couple more based black guys on Fox News telling people how the democrats are the real racists and that will fix everything. Before you know it, everyone will embrace the “legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King” and racism will be a thing of the past. Our 1.2 children will one day take a trip to Washington DC to see statues of Charlie Kirk and Ben Shapiro erected next to the statue of St. George Floyd, who like Dr. King would be a republican if he were alive today. The inscription at the bottom will read, “Race… Read more »

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  Moran ya Simba
3 years ago

This verdict will cause a sea change in policing across the country.

As Sailer predicted, we have entered the time when a black can only be arrested if he really feels like being arrested.

White Jordan Peele Fan & NYT Reader
White Jordan Peele Fan & NYT Reader
Reply to  LineInTheSand
3 years ago

What goes through the midwit normie mind: That’s impossible. Stephen Pinker said the future was going to be great, that all we had to do was continue what we had already been doing. And he works at HARVARD. The New York Times agrees. So, obviously that can’t happen. Stephen Colbert and Seth Myers also say everything is the fault of the GOP — everything. My TV says blacks are hunted down by evil cops. Put it all together, and I don’t know what it means, but since I believe everything I hear, I’ll just wait for the next Jordan Peele… Read more »

B125
B125

“if I just debase myself & virtue signal a little harder, blacks, hispanics, and asians will finally see I’m not a racist and I’ll be one of the brothers…”

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
3 years ago

War with Russia is the most insane act conceivable. While I haven’t had time to comment much I still read this blog and it seems true that we don’t actually know who’s calling the foreign policy shots in Washington. Considering that they are aggressively picking a fight with 5000 thermonuclear weapons that is actually rather scary. Russia could rip the continental United States to shreds if push came to shove. It is about as smart as jumping into a pit with a man-eating tiger swinging your razor sharp, glinting samurai sword. Sure, the tiger will probably die if you know… Read more »

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Moran ya Simba
3 years ago

How can I not?
Fred Reed: “There’s regular stupid, miltary-grade stupid, and then war with Russia.”

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  Alzaebo
3 years ago

“Russia – never as strong, or as weak, as she seems.”

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
3 years ago

Chauvin verdict incoming. I really don’t know, in the long term, what verdict is best for our people. These sort of situations are like a butterfly flapping its wings, you don’t know what set of events is better until its already happened.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  JR Wirth
3 years ago

The police would likely be far more impacted by a guilty verdict. They are an apparatus of the state, so you have to think of that.

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  JR Wirth
3 years ago

“The police would likely be far more impacted by a guilty verdict. They are an apparatus of the state, so you have to think of that.”

Very true. I hope for a not guilty. But the police are the ones who would haul dissidents or their computers and drives and cell phones or guns, away. When it is no longer a free country, all sorts of unfamiliar things to take into consideration.

B125
B125
Reply to  Moran ya Simba
3 years ago

images of the police terrorizing churches in Canada who refused to follow the “social distancing rules” are seared into my head

frankly, i don’t care

but if the USA was still a nation of laws, Chauvin walks.

Stranger in a Strange Land
Stranger in a Strange Land
Reply to  B125
3 years ago

WAS a nation of laws

B125
B125
Reply to  JR Wirth
3 years ago

i would be shocked if the 6 blacks on the jury unanimously voted not guilty after 10 hours.

Guilty on all counts

let’s see if my prediction is right

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  B125
3 years ago

If it’s not guilty it’s likely the white girlfriend. Shanequas don’t like that.

B125
B125
Reply to  JR Wirth
3 years ago

well, unfortunately i was right

The Greek
The Greek
3 years ago

I think you also overlooked the fact that the Russians have worked out a practical alliance with the Chinese. Russia has supplied China with weaponry in recent years and they’ve held joint exercises. The Chinese are opportunists. If the US got in a shooting war with Russia over Crimea, I think it would be highly probable that they would use it as an opportunity to finally take Taiwan with the empire spread thin. Such a move against Russia would be beyond foolish. We’d be talking about a potential WW3.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  The Greek
3 years ago

All true. However, AINO is ruled by lunatics, which means you can’t rule anything out.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
3 years ago

There is a feeling of use it or lose it in the air. Scuttlebutt most of our nuclear weapons no longer work. We’ll be recycling tritium in about 8 years or so since we can’t procure a new supply and other components including the launch code floppies may not work right now. Quite a few of bombers are running fumes or scavenged parts as well. Russia knows this its public information anyway , China knows this too. Between that and the internal issues, with a little patience the US which is near its Former USSR 1993 stage now will simply… Read more »

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  abprosper
3 years ago

Question: where does one get tritium, anyways?

From a certain ascendant power that has a lock on rare earth metals, perhaps?

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Alzaebo
3 years ago

We used to have plants in the US and Canada to make it but our society really isn’t capable of dealing with nuclear power .

We can’t even figure out a solution to the waste issue.

Whiskey
Whiskey
3 years ago

Z-Man, nice piece but I take issue with the military angle. First, I think war is highly likely because initially it would succeed wildly. No nation has ever had a solution to American Air Power. Since the Gulf War, Serbia, Iraq War, Libya, Syria, and various Israeli vs. Hezbollah & Iran actions/wars, American style air power has been supreme over anything Russian. Russian pilot training is a joke, very limited. Their airplanes are old, avionics inferior, and air defense systems easily destroyed in every single engagement. There is no reason to think given war that Russian air forces would not… Read more »

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  Whiskey
3 years ago

Russia’s air force did pretty well too in Syria. And the US air force has not faced post 1990s Russian air tech. Everyone’s talking about the Russian S-400 air to air missiles and the SU-30 and 35 fighters are pretty good. The Indian air force uses the SU-30 and they often beat F-15s in mock air battles in joint exercises. I don’t think the US will own the skies uncontested over Eastern Ukraine if ppl with more authority than brains are crazy enough to find out empirically.

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  Moran ya Simba
3 years ago

Sry, ‘ground to air missiles’ re S-400

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Whiskey
3 years ago

Dude, it’s not 1989 anymore.

The Russians have made immense progress and created the world’s best integrated air defense system.

Drew
Drew
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
3 years ago

I can’t upvote this enough! The balance of air power since ’89 has pretty much inverted, and you’d have to be pretty ignorant to not know that.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Whiskey
3 years ago

“Spec Ops seems to be the magic elixir for the Deep State these days.”

Biden’s not pulling out of Afghanistan. He’s converting our presence there to private contractors.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Alzaebo
3 years ago

Pardon, I meant to add, expect more of the same, everywhere, as our military becomes more corporate.

Excellent prognostications as always, Whiskey.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Alzaebo
3 years ago

Fine with me.

Mercs know what they are getting into when they sign up and have no illusions about patriotism or national service or any other such hoo hah .

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Whiskey
3 years ago

They cannot beat the US but the US can certainly lose a war. Any war the US wins against Russia too far into their territory will result in a nukes being used , not against CONUS at first but anyone stupid enough to base our aircraft or our carriers. They may also have hyperbaric missiles and other nasty tech capable of hurting us. The US hasn’t lost many planes to the foes we’ve fought but I’ll note that the Taliban destroyed more Marine aircraft in a ground op than the anyone else since WW2 We share a border with Russia… Read more »

Dennis Roe
Dennis Roe
Reply to  abprosper
3 years ago

You can’t beat the Afghans or the Vietnamese, but now you want to fuck with the Russians, who put Napoleon and Hitler in the dirt? 30 trillion in debt? Owned and controlled by termite jews, destroying you from the inside out? Chicks and trannies in the ranks. Good luck with that..

Anonymous Commenter
Anonymous Commenter
Reply to  Whiskey
3 years ago

Question: will white males in the military be willing to fight and die against the Russians on behalf of an Alzheimer’s patient and his racist “yeah, but white” VP, sec of defense, and the columnists of the Washington Post & MSNBC, the network that wanted to use drones on republicans here in America? Would you die on behalf of this country after all it has done against our people? Maybe there would be a mutiny. Didn’t the military already recall those ships headed to the Black Sea? Looked to me like somebody was overruled. Maybe Z’s idea of Biden not… Read more »

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Anonymous Commenter
3 years ago

I’m too old to be conscripted by far and have no kids.

However if I were 25, no I would not.

If the Russians end up in a war and decide to treat captives humanely, a lot of our guys would surrender. Done right , they might flip sides in enough numbers to serve as propaganda.

Tear away the remaining Christians , you dull the spear,

Crabe-Tambour
Crabe-Tambour
Reply to  Anonymous Commenter
3 years ago

I’ve been wanting a “Curragh Mutiny” (actually a comedy of hypotheticals) to push back against this Woke nonsense, but it seems that Four-Star Hill has been captured by the Woketarded, either by the uniformed or the polyester-suited bureaucracy. Or are they “just simple soldiers” and do what they’re told, even if it’s intended as a joke? As much as I hate (for much more than a mere Two Minutes) this regime, and as much as I respect (not admire) Putin, I won’t cheer on Mother Russia, and I hope that war can be avoided; The Ukraine is not worth a… Read more »

Al from da Nort
Al from da Nort
3 years ago

Z; Don’t understand why nobody’s talking about the most obvious beneficiary of any US – Russia conflict: *China*. China has lots of people and few natural resources in a constricted (for that many people) geography. Russia has few people, lots of natural resources and a vast geography right next door. Siberia’s not going to strip-mine itself to send resources to keep those Chinese factories going, now is it. And we know China has Kompromat on *a lot* of our Swamp. And we know China has ‘unredeemed’ Han just off their coast that the CCP has staked a good bit of… Read more »

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  Al from da Nort
3 years ago

If the US was run by rationel people, they would be scratching their heads how to lure Russia over to our side and away from China’s. Didn’t these idiots play risk or axis and allies as children?? But of course, these morons can’t tell the difference between a man and a woman so why would they have a 15 yr old’s understanding of grand strategy. And that’s assuming they are imbeciles and not (more likely) brilliantly crazy and astonishingly evil.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Al from da Nort
3 years ago

Quite so. 20 years ago China had maps showing Siberia and Khazakstan (Baikanour) as Chinese provinces. Lebenstraum makes sense, and the Mongoloid race is made for the cold. The question then becomes, is the Ukraine feint an attempt to pull Russia into a two-front war? A western front diverting military resources from an eastern advance? (Speaking of long memories, Vladistovok used to have a Chinese name, and until 740, China’s dominion extended to Turkish borders. On the other hand, the Rus remember the brutal Golden Horde, Mongol occupation, which made them the right mean b*stards they are. Me, I’d say… Read more »

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  Alzaebo
3 years ago

I imagine there are Russian strategists cursing the crazy psychos in charge in DC forcing them into the arms of their most obvious natural enemy.

tonaludatus
tonaludatus
Reply to  Al from da Nort
3 years ago

By “tiny hat folks” you mean Jews but your summary completely misunderstands post diaspora Jewish history. Compared with Ukraine, yes Ukraine, Jews did not have much problem with Russia and/or Russians nor with Poland/Poles back then. The Khmelnitzky riot/uprising/revolution in the 17th Century (see for some details in https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khmelnytsky_Uprising) was probably the greatest catastrophe in Jewish history before WWII, and pogroms were quite common in the following centuries in Ukraine/Belarus. It is a mystery why “liberal” political Jews have also completely turned against Russia in recent years but whatever the cause of that turn was it could not be historic… Read more »

Al from da Nort
Al from da Nort
Reply to  tonaludatus
3 years ago

Ton;
An amazing read that I knew almost nothing about_! Thanks. Obviously in retrospect, when world history was actually taught before Big U went Poz, it was very much W European centered.

As to whether the events in Ukraine of 350 years ago matter to today’s motivations, I guess it matters if enough of the tiny hats think they do, regardless. In a sane world, they’d be told to get over it, if it were really true that they think this and that they run things here. Smdh.

Anonymous White Male
Anonymous White Male
3 years ago

I think it is pretty obvious that the US empire would lose the war with Russia. Transgender sergeants just don’t command the respect of real men, and women just can’t cut the mustard. But, the elite have to know this as well. So, we have to ask: Why do they want us to lose this war? The answer is the same as why they’re pushing the pandemic lie. It’s about destroying all resistance in this country. This will determine if Americans have any backbone left. Given the past 4 years, the sheep-like response to giving up freedoms for safety, and… Read more »

Al from da Nort
Al from da Nort
Reply to  Anonymous White Male
3 years ago

A W Male;
I’m not sure that the Cloud Folk of today actually *do*realize (or care) how much they’ve weakened the US Military of late.

In my interactions with normies, even un-woke ones, it’s like Scott Adams says: “One screen, two movies.” That is, they have so convinced themselves of their worldview, that this is looked on as improvement. After all, the Universities are doing just fine and are really much better now, so why would it be different with the US Military. And the top brass has assured them that it’s all good.

manc
manc
Reply to  Al from da Nort
3 years ago

The human capacity for self-delusion is nearly infinite. These dopes really believe this nonsense; that American power is limitless. They learned nothing from Iraq and Afghanistan. They are crazy.

Whiskey
Whiskey
Reply to  Anonymous White Male
3 years ago

We would probably win at least at first. Russian air defenses have been obliterated in every conflict US Airpower or allies have fought in since the early 1950s. That has not changed at all. There was a Russian armored column in Syria “accidentally on purpose” destroyed by a couple of US jets a few years ago. That sort of thing would happen repeatedly in the Donbass and in Crimea. After Russian jets and air defense missiles are wiped out in a day or two, any armor would be destroyed. If it tried to move during the day, at night, or… Read more »

Anonymous White Male
Anonymous White Male
Reply to  Whiskey
3 years ago

“We would probably win at least at first. Russian air defenses have been obliterated in every conflict US Airpower or allies have fought in since the early 1950s. That has not changed at all.” Actually, it has changed, and there are a number of reasons. The quality of equipment has declined and has not been updated for several years. Russia has upgraded their equipment, in the meantime. Most of the personnel in the Armed Forces now are only in it for training and a paycheck. They have no loyalty to DC. The distance between the Ukraine and the United States… Read more »

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Anonymous White Male
3 years ago

The border issue is weird. Alaska is very close to Russia but that region is inhospitable.

Its 34 Fahrenheit right now in April so its rough going for aircraft. We used to have an airbase there called Marks Field but its long gone so we come in a bit behind. Russia is better at large scale cold weather ops though we are about equal in spec forces

Also Europe may not allow us to base our aircraft there for fear of retaliation.

A war would get really weird really fast.

JerseyJeffersonian
JerseyJeffersonian
Reply to  Whiskey
3 years ago

No, Whiskey, your sense of the combat readiness and competence of Russia’s aerospatial forces is way, way off. With the rapid advances of recent years in fighters (pointed out by another poster who referred to how the Indian AF, flying contemporary Russian fighters, whipped the US forces asses in joint exercises…hmm), air defenses with their spectrum of missiles from Pantsirs to S-400s, phased array radar systems both on their aircraft, as well as their AD systems, and their recent extensive experience in ground attack in coordination with ground forces in Syria, does not augur well for the US forces should… Read more »

The Greek
The Greek
Reply to  Anonymous White Male
3 years ago

Most of those in the upper reaches of our government do NOT know this as well. As z has noted, a weakness of our side is that those on our side expect some logical explanation. By and large, those espousing tranny and female equality ideologies are fanatics. That’s it. They are fanatical believers in an ideology rooted in fantasy land, and at some point, reality punches you in the face. That’s it.

Anonymous White Male
Anonymous White Male
Reply to  The Greek
3 years ago

Do you not understand the difference between the “upper reaches of our government” and the entities that actually rule us?

The Greek
The Greek
Reply to  Anonymous White Male
3 years ago

I do quite understand. Both have fanatics that truly believe these things. If I were to guess, I’d say there are fewer fanatics in the ruling class, but that will change with time as the propaganda permeates. It’s so rooted in fantasy land that our side can’t even comprehend there is a group of people running a world power that believes it. So we try and create reasons why they do it.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  The Greek
3 years ago

Not the first time. Half the guys that deserved and met the national razor during the French Revolution couldn’t understand why they were there.

Prosperity is poison . This is kind of why post WW2 USA had absurd taxes on the very rich. The idea was that huge gaps lead to social detachment and lack of patriotism

It failed as a policy but at its core policies that lead to CEO pay being say 20x worker pay are hella better than what we have now

Anonymous White Male
Anonymous White Male
Reply to  The Greek
3 years ago

Well, we’ll just have to agree to disagree. Might I remind you, you don’t know any of the people that make the decisions. They employ armies of people that have no problem selling themselves for 30 pieces. But, the Cloud People don’t interact with the peasantry. And they are not stupid, either. They’re evil, but not stupid. Look at what they have accomplished. They completely control the economy and make it stop or start at their command. They offed JFK almost 60 years ago and got away with it. They’re even more entrenched now. Why just last November they stole… Read more »

Chicolini
Chicolini
Member
3 years ago

C’mon al of you big strong men, Uncle Sam needs your help again. Jews got us all in a terrible jam way down yonder in Ukraine. Put down your phones,pick up a gun, you’re gonna have a whole lotta fun!

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  Chicolini
3 years ago

Bring your high heels and lipstick too….

nunnya bidnez, jr
nunnya bidnez, jr
Reply to  Chicolini
3 years ago

And it’s one, two, three, what are we fighting for?
don’t ask me, I don’t give a damn.

JohnB
JohnB
3 years ago

Actually, you somewhat hit on the truth with that previous post on Covid. The empire needs and external enemy and it’s a huge bonus if that enemy is white. The Chinese, who are our real rivals, get a pass on almost everything because they are non-white. This is how deep the white-hating racism goes through the system.

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  JohnB
3 years ago

I think the fact that Russians are white plays in too. With the Germans and Brits being more pathetic than a squashed banana, last whites not tamed by the empire lol (smh)

Bilejones
Member
3 years ago

So I was stuck by how many phrases could be replaced by one four letter word beginning with “J”.

“but the people who see themselves as map makers”
“the usual suspects responded ”
“Many of these people”
“but the usual suspects that actually run imperial foreign policy”
“semi-permanent foreign policy establishment”
“the people running the American financial system.”
“the usual suspects in the State”

Zorost
Zorost
Reply to  Bilejones
3 years ago

I’m surprised there was no reference to “rubbing their hands vigorously.”

😉

Dennis Roe
Dennis Roe
Reply to  Bilejones
3 years ago

Little hats=Big problems.

Bill
Bill
3 years ago

Treaty obligations or not, it’s hard to imagine the US getting into a war with Russia over the Ukraine, or with China over Taiwan. Like Obama’s ‘red line’ with Syria, and Trump’s empty ultimatums to North Korea, we’re all bark and no bite, and I expect our adversaries know it. While I’m sure there are people in our government and in the military-industrial complex who’d support it, it’s my impression that most Americans would not. It may make Biden look good and feel good to talk tough to the Russians and Chinese, but I doubt it will ever go beyond… Read more »

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  Bill
3 years ago

Nukes are no longer the sole “last argument of kings.”

A savvy country like Russia or China could cripple the US with cyberwar attacks in a couple of days. Banking, power centers, GPS signals, telecommunications, internet, etc.

That is, if they just don’t blackmail our politicians first. Maybe not possible? The Hunter Biden thing was unreal in how 1.) bad it was 2.) covered up by the media.

Bill
Bill
Reply to  ProZNoV
3 years ago

Yeah, and let’s not forget Jeffrey Epstein— who it seems almost certain was operating a classic ‘honey-trap’, collecting incriminating videos of powerful people— isn’t it odd how nothing came of that? Cyber war; an EMP attack that we may have no way of knowing where it came from, or who to retaliate against; a conventional war in which no nation goes nuclear; or an all-out nuclear war— I’m not an expert, but it’s my understanding that we likely wouldn’t come out well in any of those scenarios; certainly if China and/or Iran joined with Russia in opposing us. And if… Read more »

Whiskey
Whiskey
Reply to  ProZNoV
3 years ago

Like JFK’s assignations and illnesses, or Martin Luther Kings habit of beating women into a pulp and having sex with underage White girls, the public would never hear of it. No big shot would be inconvenienced by internet outages. “White Christian Trash” shivering in the dark is a feature, not a bug, of modern Western Elites. [Per Disney talking about people they don’t want content for, about, or by]. Its nukes and nukes alone that deters the Western Deep State. And it is a mighty deterrence. It can’t be spun, suppressed, Twitter stormed, or arrested. It means elites are DEAD… Read more »

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Whiskey
3 years ago

If there was an interregnum nothing would change. The Press will still serve the state. Difference is it will be your State. Anyway this information getting out is why the push for automated censorship. They think because they went to right schools, know the right people and got the right job they are entitled to decide what people know. Not gonna happen. Honestly the more I think about it the more I think Pol Pot and Mao had some good points. Most of our elite would be better off after five or ten years on a collective farm , you… Read more »

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  Bill
3 years ago

“…it’s hard to imagine the US getting into a war with Russia over the Ukraine…”

When I meet ppl who can’t tell the difference between men and women I am ready to believe they may do all sorts of things I personally couldn’t imagine. Just a rule of thumb, of course.

Rich
Member
3 years ago

Great article, Z!
What a friggin mess we always make of this potentially beautiful earth.
And, as usual, the average joe gets dragged through the feces, unwillingly or by hypnosis.

Tars Tarkas
Tars Tarkas
3 years ago

No white kid, (or black kid for that matter) should be in the military making war against the Russians. Let Israel fight their own damn wars.

Anna
Anna
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
3 years ago

Educate yourself man (or are you a woman?). Israel enjoys the best relationship with Russia in their 73 years history.
Putin is the best friend of Jews Russia ever had at the top (Alexander II comes close second).

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Anna
3 years ago

Yeah but the ((())) in America hate all things Putin and Russia

and they run this country and will have zero restraint in showing their Israeli brethren who runs the world show vis a vis Russia

But you bring up a good point, the good cop bad cop routine could be in play. As always they play both sides of the fence.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Anna
3 years ago

Didn’t they assassinate Tsar Alexander ll, as well?

Al from da Nort
Al from da Nort
Reply to  Alzaebo
3 years ago

Al;
Done by anarchists where, like crime in the US by another minority, they were way over-represented but by no means exclusively the perps.

Anonymous Commenter
Anonymous Commenter
Reply to  Anna
3 years ago

Israel doesn’t have allies, just friends of a feather. The Israelis were happy to screw the USA over Pollard, then later snitched on the Russians to the USA over hacking Kapersky. Israel does what benefits Israel.

American Citizen 2.0
American Citizen 2.0
3 years ago

Z Man your promotions copy needs to be updated. The Alaska Chaga paragraph says:

“It’s autumn here in Lagos, so it is my daily beverage now.”

It’s Springtime for most of us.

Vizzini
Member
Reply to  American Citizen 2.0
3 years ago

Lagos is a backwards place.

American Citizen 2.0
American Citizen 2.0
Reply to  Vizzini
3 years ago

Southern Hemisphere I guess.

bob sykes
bob sykes
Reply to  Vizzini
3 years ago

Baltimore, MD, about as black as Lagos, Nigeria.

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  Vizzini
3 years ago

6 months behind the rest of us lol

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
3 years ago

America has come to believe two basic, now foundational lies over its history. The first lie, is that a country can be “an idea,” without being “a people.” This is the post civil war era lie. A piece of rusty twine that held the post civil war era together with a civic religion. The second lie is the literal reinterpretation of “all men are created equal” to mean, “all humans should be equal.” The further we aggressively pursue the second lie, the more the likelihood of toppling both lies. These lies are foundational to “who we are” as Derbyshire would… Read more »

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  JR Wirth
3 years ago

“I strongly believe that our provocative, projecting foreign policy is an attempt to ignore our foundational lies. A long, psychological vacation for our ownership class.”

There is no American exceptionalism and this has been a common endpoint throughout history. As Plato noted in REPUBLIC, all democracies become tyrannies and then resort to a state of permanent warfare to distract the masses.

Phoenix
Phoenix
Reply to  Jack Dobson
3 years ago

What government of any kind has Not become a tyranny? If it didn’t start out that way in the first place..

Melissa
Melissa
Reply to  Phoenix
3 years ago

Somehow ours has become a “tranny tyranny”.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  JR Wirth
3 years ago

When the likes of Hannity say we’re a nation of exceptionalism they never bring up the likes of a George Floyd or common gangbanger scum that is blight on all urban areas. Not a lot of exceptionalism there. In fact it’s the opposite in that it destroys the work of exceptional people.

But they will bring up Thomas Edison and the Wright Bros. as if that means anything anymore

Stuck in the past

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Falcone
3 years ago

So true. I’ll bet he never mentions Henry Ford though. That’s part of his broken record little diatribe. Every reference he makes is from pre-war America when The Charleston was popular. Old boomers love their baloney sandwiches though. He audience has to be 70+.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  JR Wirth
3 years ago

Very close. Median age is between 65-68 for Fox News.

Younger Conservatives if they do news at all probably go to OAN or Newsmax or online.

sentry
sentry
3 years ago

we might get to see US lose its superpower status & turn into a regional power under our very eyes. Not only cause this will be the nth international conflict they’ll fail at, but cause of europe losing its faith in america’s military prowess and sanity.

I feel sorry for the ukrainians, not even a century has passed since they were g*n0cided by the j*uws and now the tribe is gonna bring ruin upon them once more.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  sentry
3 years ago

The worst part? Jews are officially running the Ukraine now. Check out their leader, Volodymyr Zelensky. He is Jewish and was a stand-up comedian prior to the Zionists and their American puppets inserting him as president. Word is he helped set up Trump on the phone call that led to impeachment. He will flee to Zion as soon as the first shot is fired.

Again, Russia would be well-advised to move quickly against Israel if war breaks out.

RabbiHighComma
RabbiHighComma
Reply to  sentry
3 years ago

There’s chosenite chatter about pulling up tent stakes from their sandy Balfour squat and claiming Ukraine as their new divinely-mandated HQ. Arab fecundity and American’s hesitancy to sacrifice to the last drop of blood for our slavers’ Greater Israel remodeling project perhaps. The )))Ukrainians((( never seem to catch a break.

sentry
sentry
Reply to  RabbiHighComma
3 years ago

I believe Russia will occupy Ukraine at some point in the future so I don’t see that happening. Russia won’t risk having new Khazaria on their freaking border. Also, people might be understating Israel’s importance. I’m not referring to j*uws only, but also the neocons. There is this idea in lalaland christian anglo America that j*uws will convert to christianity and that the temple must be rebuilt in Jerusalem so that Christ might return. J*uwish elites have put much effort into creating Israel, the tribe didn’t even wanna move there initially, WW2 had to happen to make it happen, can’t… Read more »

B125
B125
Reply to  RabbiHighComma
3 years ago

Source for that?

It would be nuts though, it would sure explain the hyper focus on getting russia out of ukraine. It’s basically a giant, empty country, with moderate weather, fertile soil, and certainly more “hospitable” neighbors than the current homeland. As well as a rapidly declining population.

JohnSmith
JohnSmith
Reply to  RabbiHighComma
3 years ago

Ukraine used to be known as the “Pale of Settlement” where the Tsar kept the Jewish troublemakers. It was also part of the historic territory of the Khazar kingdom. The radical Zionist leader Vladimir (Ze’ev) Jabotinsky was born and raised in Odessa. He was the founder of the Irgun terrorist group, and godfather of the Likud movement. Netanyahu’s father was Jabotinsky’s personal secretary.

FeinGul
FeinGul
3 years ago

The war will probably not happen. If it did, half the country would not be rooting for the Russians, but they would be hating DC. The actual goal of any policy for Sane Americans should be to end NATO, for if you end NATO you end the Empire- for it was for the Empire and by the Empire that Trump was overthrown- and before him Nixon. The American Empire provides the Left and the Dems and the Uniparty with the Intelligence operatives who overthrew Nixon and Trump, as well as the entrenched interests. And money. Lots of money. It also… Read more »

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
3 years ago

I know Europe has the same problems that we have on so many levels. A lot of them are big problems. But Europe still has various in-tact cultural identities that they can fall back on during a disaster. We, on the other hand, have this vast continental nation of people increasingly alien to each other. This is why it’s always been about the “American dream” which is consumerist at its heart. But when that breaks down, eventually, a country needs more. At best we will peacefully go our separate ways. Couples, some who never should have married, can stay together,… Read more »

B125
B125
Reply to  JR Wirth
3 years ago

Europe is also run by anti white lunatics and is getting BLACKED every year from arab and african migrants as well as suffering from low birth rates.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  B125
3 years ago

They have much further to fall than we do, even today. It will be bloody but they can still clean up the mess on most of that continent. Italians have been half African anyway. Our demographic impairment is far beyond salvage in many places.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  JR Wirth
3 years ago

JR Wirth: I must take issue with your characteristic of Italians as half African. While they have, unfortunately let far too many sub-Saharans sully their native land, my half-Italian husband is as pale hu-White as they come, with blue eyes (and blond hair as a young child). And his maternal ancestors are from southern Italy (albeit not Sicily, which is admittedly somewhat different genetically, but due to constant invasions rather than consensual miscegenation).

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  3g4me
3 years ago

I was joking. I have a family member that married into an Italian family from Naples. I told one of them that she was actually north African. It was a big mistake.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  3g4me
3 years ago

Americans say that about Italians because they don’t realize that Italy and Sicily were “melting pots” before America existed Most of the dark varieties are “Italians” but not “of Italy” and came there for work. Their names were Latinized over time. Best example I can give is say that a million negroes from North Carolina moved to Poland. The Poles start to think all North Carloninians are black, they must be, look at these people here. Then you have a white guy from North Carolina go to Poland on vacation and the locals assume he must be part black somewhere… Read more »

james wilson
james wilson
Reply to  3g4me
3 years ago

Romans were likely but another German tribe gone south, as were the Etruscans, who preceeded them. Lots of North Africans and Middle-east types migrated, or were enslaved, in Rome. Sub-Saharan Africans, no.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  JR Wirth
3 years ago

No pizza for JR

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  JR Wirth
3 years ago

Correct, except for the nonsense about Wops being Halfricans. There is an Arab tincture in southern Italy–including Sicily–owing to periodic Islamic rule in the early and high middle ages, but on the whole, Italians are good and white.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  B125
3 years ago

Europe is still overwhelmingly white. The same cannot be said for AINO.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  JR Wirth
3 years ago

That’s how got my Italian citizenship through ancestral tests. basically, if your grandfather was born there, you’re an automatic citizen but just have to go through the paperwork to make official I’m still torn on whether I should bail on this country and go to Italy. I just don’t see the point in living in a country in which blacks are so important and I’m a minority. That seems like a no-win situation, or actually that’s insanity. Who would ever want that? but my sentimental weaknesses want me to stay here to the bitter end. Knowing me, I’ll probably say… Read more »

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Falcone
3 years ago

Falcone: Yet Italy is filled with Africans and Chinese. We were watching a video of a celebration in my husband’s great-grandparents’ native village (sometime in the last 10 years) and there were a couple of Africans even there in that small mountain commune. And I know, from a frequent visitor there, that if we were to go and proclaim (however truthfully) that he is a distant cousin of all the natives, they’d shrug. That inter-relatedness is just part of life there, whereas for descendants here it frequently comes as a revelation – cannot tell you how many tearful/joyous/excited messages I’ve… Read more »

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  3g4me
3 years ago

Fwiw, hubby’s Irish and Italian great-grandparents arrived in the US in the 1880s – certainly not foundational Americans nor settlers, but at least in my husband’s case it’s old enough that he feels no particular connection to either nation.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  3g4me
3 years ago

Oh yes, for sure I still consider myself European — or enough — where I have a hard time letting go of the culture so that the idea of living for eternity among or alongside blacks and their culture is a complete non-starter, for example. That’s where me and the typical white Southerner or American part ways. Having lived here much longer, they have managed to find a way to live side by side with blacks. I do not think I ever can and not have a heart attack. That’s how much their garbage ghetto culture infuriates me b/c I… Read more »

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Falcone
3 years ago

I think the ability of southern whites and blacks to get along better is a residual cultural attribute to segregation in years past. I see this as fleeting. Atlanta is a great example. It’s careening into an African no man’s land and taking Georgia with it. I’m thankful to not have to fly there anymore. I actually see future white people fleeing from the black belt the way the French fled Haiti after the slave revolt. Sure the Chicago and Ohio ones are more aggressive and charmless, putting the capital N in the n word, but the gap is closing… Read more »

B125
B125
Reply to  Falcone
3 years ago

JR – whites living in Atlanta are on borrowed time, that’s for sure. And frankly all the Asian imports too. I could see rural whites + Hispanics in Georgia carving out some space for themselves. We’re on borrowed time here in Toronto too – all it would take for the various non white groups to agree that they don’t want us, and we would be out. I imagine 2% or less of whites in Toronto have firearms, and 0.05% might be racially aware. The demographic situation is very dire for whites with an outgroup preference. At least the whites, in… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  3g4me
3 years ago

Unless white Americans show some sign of growing a pair–and they are not–I see no reason to remain wedded to this festering cesspit of a nation, regardless of how long ago your ancestors arrived. Matters are bad for whitey, and they’re getting worse by the day. No reason to be a martyr. I’d love nothing more than to fight for a separatist Whiteland in North America, but I seem to be a minority of not much more than one. That being the case, if I had a decent opportunity to blow this repulsive Afro-dump and relocate to Europe (including Russia),… Read more »

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
3 years ago

Growing a pair means taking responsibility which would gain them nothing but contempt.

Ultimately nowhere in the developed world hell soon all the world is above replacement fertility and childless people generally do not and frankly need not focus on the future.

Why bother?

Apex Predator
Apex Predator
Reply to  Falcone
3 years ago

Falcone,

Do you speak Italian? I also have Right of Jus Sanguinis if I want to bail to Italy but in the research I’ve done on it you have to actually pass an Italian language test not unlike the TOEFL exam foreigners used to have to take to get in the US before we just opened the floodgates.

Did you take that exam or was it required or did they just hand you citizenship?

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Apex Predator
3 years ago

Yes, I speak Italian — but when I get back to America it fades in a few weeks. When I am back in Italy it comes back in a few weeks. The words are still there in my head but they go dormant when I am away. I did not have to take an Italian language test. My grandfather was born there and then my other three grandparents are one generation removed. So I have the right of citizenship by “blood” as you state. All I did was have some birth and marriage certificates authenticated by Italian officials and some… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Falcone
3 years ago

I’d be packin’ my bags. Whites have no future in AINO. In Italy, you’ve got more than a fighting chance.

Bilejones
Member
Reply to  JR Wirth
3 years ago

I can’t see the Hindu’s running Ireland in any rush to take the Boston Irish “back”.

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  Bilejones
3 years ago

Ireland (Republic of) is one of those places that gives away citizenship to anyone who can claim at least one Irish grandparent–it’s called “citizenship by descent.” That’s why the Irish diaspora (measured by Irish passports in circulation) is more than double the current population of Ireland.

Chet Rollins
Chet Rollins
3 years ago

In the Movie ‘Burn After Reading’, released a little over a decade ago, a couple of midwits steal a mid-level operative’s memoirs in the intelligence community and tried to sell it to the Russians.

When the CIA gets wind, the director looks says, completely perplexed, “The Russians?”, as in, “don’t these knuckleheads know the Cold War is over?”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8FHpOLiobmA

Now it’s Russia again. Strange world.

3 Pipe problem
3 Pipe problem
3 years ago

Apparently there is no such thing as peak war, even after the debacle of the Second Worldly one that was supposed to ensure the blessings of democracy for all and forever. That one after the One to end all wars. Jeez. To paraphrase, war, war, war-ity war.

And the colored girls sing: “War! What is it good for, absolutely everything….say it again!”

Cameron
Cameron
3 years ago

If the Russians nuke the big cities, they’ll kill mostly the blue half of the country – will that be how we’ll get our country back?

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
3 years ago

America, and “America” have been in periodic conflict with Russia since the US put troops on the ground there to oppose the Bolsheviks during the Russian Civil War. Relations between the two have been icy ever since. That’s over a century of mutual mistrust and antagonism. And, I must say, the US may be more to blame than Russia.

Now on a somewhat different topic, if AINO desires to destroy Russia in order to plunder her natural resources, why not simply pillage Africa instead? The Dark Continent would be a much less difficult nut to crack.

Stranger in a Strange Land
Stranger in a Strange Land
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
3 years ago

RE: the Dark Continent – Chicoms beat us to the punch. Also, given the vibrancy level this would, of course, make any pillaging a rayciss action and thus a nonstarter.

B125
B125
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
3 years ago

It has nothing to do with economics or resources and everything to do with an ethnic grudge and hatred against russians going back thousands of years

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  B125
3 years ago

I upvoted this, but both are at play.

Obviously the Ukraine (government) is a very nasty Jewish puppet state, and the Tribe’s old grudge against Russia is a key feature. But much of it is aimed at the fossil fuels and, especially, their European markets. Mind you, (((they))) are well-represented among those exploiters.

Even Normie Con will shake off the warm fuzzies about Zion if this plays out the way it is going.

Phoenix
Phoenix
Reply to  Jack Dobson
3 years ago

I’ll believe normie-cucks turning on the Zionists when I see it..

Anna
Anna
Reply to  Jack Dobson
3 years ago

Learn some Ukrainian, go on Ukrainian websites and start reading comments.
The love and support of everyday Ukrainians toward Zelensky is overwhelming. They are as sympathetic toward his impotence against their established burocracies as people were in the US during Trump presidency.

KGB
KGB
Reply to  Anna
3 years ago

What does that mean? I could go on “American websites” and see unfettered love and affection for Sundown Joe, too. In the grand scheme of things, what does it signify?

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Jack Dobson
3 years ago

“But much of it is aimed at the fossil fuels and, especially, their European markets.”

Exquisite. I think that nails it quite precisely, thank you. Russia has a smaller working prototype of China’s One Belt already built, ready to be seized, and as a potential control point for Europa.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  B125
3 years ago

Thousands of years? Rus only came into existence in the mid-9th century. And I’m not aware of any conflict between the Rooskiis and the Jooskiis in those early days.

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
3 years ago

Russia sees itself partly as the direct descendant of the Byzantine (East Roman) Empire. That is why they call Moscow ‘The Third Rome’. This partly explains Russia’s obsession with the Balkans and Istanbul (aka Constantinoble and Byzantium) in particular. And, the Romans were pretty rough on Israel 1.0 which may partly explain the bizarre hatred for Russia among some Jews. That Hitler would have won his war without Russia doesn’t seem to count for much in the same circles. But I guess that’s a story for another time.

Stranger in a Strange Land
Stranger in a Strange Land
3 years ago

In considerging the current state of affairs with the US and Russia, I can’t get Dr. Strangelove out of mind

I just can’t determine if our current dullard in chief is President Merkin Muffley, General “Buck” (I’m not saying we wouldn’t get our hair mussed) Turgidson, General Ripper, or Dr. Stragelove. Appears he’s a composite of all.

Pip McGuigin
Member
Reply to  Stranger in a Strange Land
3 years ago

“OUR” dullard in Chief most certainly is not in charge. He is a slow witted ,corrupt asshole that has sold his soul to the State Dept. and assorted slime of DC. May they rot in hell.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Stranger in a Strange Land
3 years ago

Stranger: Dullard in chief is a mere figurehead, while his mulatta sidekick is the public face of anti-White hatred and ascendancy. Those actually in charge of US domestic, financial, and particularly foreign policy are a different people whose ultimate goals are not in your interests. The movie was fun, albeit dated. The eternal anti-Russian foreign policy is ridiculous and dangerous.

Stranger in a Strange Land
Stranger in a Strange Land
Reply to  3g4me
3 years ago

If forced to choose – I’d opt for the Strangelove farce over the Dullard/Mullatta farce.

Drake
Drake
3 years ago

The weird thing is that since the Cold War ended, China has absolutely replaced the Soviet Union as our mortal enemy. Nobody in the mainstream talks about because the Chinese bought them off.
A sane foreign policy would have the U.S. getting closer to Russia (we have much in common) and pulling them away from China.

Vizzini
Member
Reply to  Drake
3 years ago

“Mortal Enemy™”*

Uniting the People Since Always.

* Role may be periodically recast. No refunds or quality guarantees provided.

JohnSmith
JohnSmith
Reply to  Vizzini
3 years ago

“Oceania was at war with Eurasia and in alliance with Eastasia. In no public or private utterance was it ever
admitted that the three powers had at any time been grouped along different lines… Oceania was at war with Eurasia: therefore Oceania had always been at war with Eurasia. The enemy of the moment always represented absolute evil, and it followed that any past or future agreement with him was impossible.” — George Orwell, 1984

Drake
Drake
Reply to  Vizzini
3 years ago

In 2020 the Chinese killed more Americans than the Soviet Union during the entire Cold War – even if you include casualties from Korea and Vietnam.

Vizzini
Member
Reply to  Drake
3 years ago

You’ve repeated a talking point. Good boy. Have a cookie.

Drake
Drake
Reply to  Vizzini
3 years ago

Up yours. The Chinese own our media and nobody seems to notice. I don’t war with them, but also don’t want what they have planned for us.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Vizzini
3 years ago

Haven’t we always been at war against East Asia or was it Eurasia? 😐

Vizzini
Member
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
3 years ago

If you’re not sure, don’t ask!

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  Drake
3 years ago

It’s theater. Has to be. Who depends upon a “mortal enemy” for a massive share of its imported goods and raw materials? Who issues thousands of visas each year to their “mortal enemies” so they can study, work, and establish businesses here?

JerseyJeffersonian
JerseyJeffersonian
Reply to  RoBG
3 years ago

Aren’t you familiar with the old communist saying about the capitalists? “They will sell us the rope with which we will hang them.” Our Elites have sold them our industries, along with their established support industries, and all of these industries’ accumulated, hard won expertise, along with their intellectual property. And when they merely outsourced production, this resulted in not only loss of intellectual property, but the jobs of millions of US citizens, and the economic lifeblood of the communities in which they and their families lived. Economic and social havoc. Then Our Elites invited in thousand upon thousands of… Read more »

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
3 years ago

We had a War on Terror, now we have a War on Health. Covid has been the galvanizing event, thankfully not as strong as 9/11. Sure, the neocons are always sneaking around, looking to start a war, but they’re the only ones who want war with Russia, and if they press the issue to the point of capturing public attention, the effort will fail. They’d have to get the thing going white hot while few are looking. Let’s hope they don’t. Imo the empire will make the easy move and continue turning inward, not just into people’s minds, but also… Read more »

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Paintersforms
3 years ago

They kind of flubbed that part of the Covaids op because there is no half-credible means of tying Russia to it to galvanize anti-Russia sentiment among the public.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
3 years ago

Just wait for the Russian variant, right?

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Paintersforms
3 years ago

The triple secret invisible mutant ninja Cossack-hybrid Russian variant!

TomA
TomA
3 years ago

The American people are simply not cooperating with the approved script. There was supposed to be a hot civil war ongoing by now, driven by the increasing insanity out of DC. This would have been the optimum strategy for deflecting public attention away from the failures of the political class to manage the US government. But NOOOO! You had to stay calm instead of rioting in the streets, so now it becomes necessary to start a foreign war as the Plan B diversion. You just wait. A lot of innocent young men will now die needlessly and it will all… Read more »

American Citizen 2.0
American Citizen 2.0
Reply to  TomA
3 years ago

The real irony here is that the Wokelings and their Political Leadership doesn’t like the US Government anymore than we do. The Right wants out. The Left thinks its just a White Supremacist fascist state. Millions of migrants endlessly stream across our border for cash jobs that pay what most people would consider poverty wages but they couldn’t care less about “American Ideals”. It’s the money. We are all stuck dancing around to the tune of cold hard cash and our government is using that to play everyone off of everybody else. We all really need to band together with… Read more »

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  TomA
3 years ago

Barry,

We know you just bought that new house in Martha’s Vinyard.

Why don’t you knock off from running ops in your DC bunker and go grill n’ chill with Big Mike for a while?

Yours,

Heritage America

karl mchungus
karl mchungus
3 years ago

if you did a remake of Red Dawn today, it would have all the Wolverines helping the Russians hunt down members of the ruling cabal, here.

JerseyJeffersonian
JerseyJeffersonian
Reply to  karl mchungus
3 years ago

The Russians would be helping us as well as themselves by savaging our common enemies. The Trotskyite/Maoist School of Continual Revolution was no friend of their people and culture, anymore than it is a friend of our people and culture.

Severian
3 years ago

As I wholeheartedly support our totally legitimate, not at all fraudulent President, I won’t say that I for one am actively rooting for a war with Russia… …so that our ghetto-faaaabulous “military” gets its ass kicked from here to Vladivostok. Aside from the off-the-charts comedy factor of the 43rd Mechanized Transsexual Hairdresser Battalion going toe to toe with the Spetsnaz, a big ol’ Pearl Harbor debacle — of “our” own making! — is just what this country needs to clarify a few issues. Or doesn’t need, because that’s of course “defeatism,” comrade, and once the aforesaid ass-kicking starts in earnest,… Read more »

Blahford
Blahford
Reply to  Severian
3 years ago

Progs of war, more like it.

FeinGul
FeinGul
Reply to  Severian
3 years ago

The non snark move Severian is to end NATO, or reduce it to a paper treaty only. NATO is the core of the Empire- that overthrew the Republic.

Also; the military, the actual military is not what you say it is, the actual military is basically that Drill Sgt who just got arrested for touching a magic black man causing trouble in his neighborhood.

Worse, we’re unlikely to get our ass kicked.

Rwc1963
Rwc1963
Reply to  FeinGul
3 years ago

We have not been in a major war since Korea. What’s been going on in the Sandbox for the last 20 years is low grade punishment strikes against 3rd world serfs living in mud huts. Nobody in their right mind would ever compare that to a full blown war. Our army is tiny and the Marine corps had been reduced to light infantry who couldn’t handle a single mechanized infantry division on it’s own, Worse we are so casualty adverse, if we start taking thousands of KIA and WIA in the first month. You;’ll watch morale plummet. Not to mention… Read more »

Horace
Horace
Reply to  FeinGul
3 years ago


…. causing trouble …”

The trouble the “magic black man” caused was sexually assaulting a neighborhood woman then two days later trying kidnap a baby. The persecution of this soldier is howling barking mad.

FeinGul
FeinGul
Reply to  Horace
3 years ago

Every time the State does this they get weaker.

That does not mean we get stronger, since we refuse to organize. But the Left does get weaker with every lynching.

3g4me
3g4me
3 years ago

Count me among those rooting for Russia. I never felt as surveilled in Russia as I do in the US (I can’t say the same for Bulgaria, when I usually had 2-6 cars following me everywhere I went, but that was just the job; it wasn’t personal). While re-evaluating everything I ever learned about history over the past 15-20 years, I’ve significantly altered my opinion of certain presidents. Theodore Roosevelt has dropped precipitously. Whatever one thinks of the original rationale, there’s no denying he began the empire. And his cousin Franklin dialed it up to 10. I’m tired of the… Read more »

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  thezman
3 years ago

That begs the question: how diverse is St. Petersburg? 🙂

Hoagie
Hoagie
Reply to  thezman
3 years ago

That “could” be because 15% of Russia ain’t feral blacks.

David Wright
Member
Reply to  thezman
3 years ago

I was watching this young russian couple for a while on youtube. Smaller city, their version of working class. Always upbeat until he mentioned police. Don’t bother ever with them, the police are there to protect the rulers and politicians.

Anna
Anna
Reply to  thezman
3 years ago

Cops in Russia are too busy shaking the businesses and investigating the cases they are personally paid to investigate.

Whiskey
Whiskey
Reply to  thezman
3 years ago

When I was in China, there were police and military everywhere in Beijing. Also Hong Kong. FWIW. A lot more than here.

Hun
Hun
Reply to  3g4me
3 years ago

The UK didn’t fight Germany in WWII because of some villagers in Poland, nor is the US really concerned about the welfare of Ukrainians. It’s all just a show.

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  3g4me
3 years ago

After your comment, I’m afraid you may have 2-6 cars following you again. But someone had to say it…

Drake
Drake
Reply to  3g4me
3 years ago

Theodore Roosevelt was pretty low in my Presidential ratings but has climbed recently as I now appreciate his willingness to smash overly large corporations into pieces. Franklin is irredeemably bad.

KGB
KGB
Reply to  Drake
3 years ago

I’ve struggled for a few years to decide on an opinion regarding T. Roosevelt. If he could dial down the foreign meddling, he’d probably be a decent President for today’s times, but only if it was the Teddy of 1901-1908 and not the Bull Moose Roosevelt that ran in 1912. By that point, he’d jumped the social justice shark.

Vizzini
Member
Reply to  3g4me
3 years ago

I was raised to regard Teddy Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln as two of our best Presidents. Now I think they’re two of the worst (though there’s a lot of competition). My education also included not a single bad word about Woodrow Wilson. I had to learn about his monstrous activities all on my own. Meanwhile there were Presidents I remember my (((social studies teacher in middle school))) thoroughly denouncing, such was Warren Harding, for whom I have newfound respect.

KGB
KGB
Reply to  Vizzini
3 years ago

The one redeeming feature of Lincoln was his insatiable desire for victory. Damn him to hell for his cause, but if we had leaders similarly focused on preserving white, Christian, masculine culture, and not prevaricating grifters like DJT, we’d be in better hands than we are today.

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  KGB
3 years ago

You’re right on about Lincoln’s killer instinct. You can hate his cause, but you must admire his ruthlessness for total victory. We’ve got to re-learn that.

As a depressed young man I read about Lincoln because of his alleged depression, the tragic death of his boy, and his insane wife. But in spite of all that, the man had the killer instinct.

I wish the South had won but you can still learn from your enemy’s strengths.

Karl Horst (Germany)
Karl Horst (Germany)
3 years ago

And here we go again. America plans to use Europe as it’s back yard for failed political policies which will have zero effect on the average American, but will devastate Europe if the proverbial balloon goes up.

We all know this isn’t about freedom and democracy and the “potential communist threat” against Europe. This just just another convenient international distraction for failed US domestic policies. Something about – “Never let a good crisis go to waste”…?

Will someone please wheel Dementia Joe back into his nursing home and take away his teleprompter.

Carl B.
Carl B.
Reply to  thezman
3 years ago

They have all been figureheads since JFK.

JohnSmith
JohnSmith
Reply to  thezman
3 years ago

Nearly every player on the “Biden team” including the secretaries of State, Treasury, Defense, Commerce, Agriculture, Homeland Security and CIA are members of the globalist Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) which has dominated US policy since WW2. The Trump admin was a minor interruption.

JerseyJeffersonian
JerseyJeffersonian
Reply to  JohnSmith
3 years ago

Article from a few months ago on the domination of Biden’s administration by the CFR.
N.B.: This is an excerpt from an aggregator site. The original site responded with 404. Maybe hunt on the Wayback Machine might get full article, but this conveys the gist.

https://www.cryptogon.com/?p=60070

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Karl Horst (Germany)
3 years ago

Joe ain’t calling the shots, so removing him won’t change a thing.

This show is being run behind the curtain by the semi-permanent establishment. Oh, and after Russia, Germany is their top blood libel, so any war that kills Russians and Germans is a bonus.

B125
B125
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
3 years ago

It’s weird how they hate russia even more than germany, despite the events of the 1940s.

Maybe they hate that putin kicked them out, but merkel is more controlled? Idk

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  B125
3 years ago

One Merkle or whoever stops playing along, the Jews will bare their nasty fangs.

Phoenix
Phoenix
Reply to  Karl Horst (Germany)
3 years ago

Oh it affects American citizens alright, who do you think is paying for it..

Vizzini
Member
Reply to  Phoenix
3 years ago

who do you think is paying for it

At this point in our mind-boggling debt build-up, I’d have to place it somewhere around my great-grandkids. My money, and all the money I will ever send in to Uncle Sam, is long spent.

james wilson
james wilson
Reply to  Karl Horst (Germany)
3 years ago

Joe will be wheeled out one way or another but the teleprompter will remain.

Bill Mullins
Member
3 years ago

“One obvious conclusion which can be drawn from this … effort to start a war with Russia” is that FDR’s.protestations not withstanding, progs LOVE war. The Zman wrote of “a catastrophe that … would probably end NATO” Excellent! NATO NEEDS to end. It is long past time the U.S. stopped garrisoning Europe and let the ungrateful bastards unass the treasure to defend themselves! They don’t want us over there? Fine! Let’s bring our troops home. And while we’re at it we can.bring home all the troops currently serving in Japan, Okinawa, the Phillipines and the RoK. Let’s see how they… Read more »

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Bill Mullins
3 years ago

Bill Mullins: I downvoted you because, while NATO definitely needs to end, I don’t agree with the resentment against Europe. Yes, each nation does need to finance its own needs, but their governments are just as corrupt and distinct from their actual people as ours. Absolutely we need to bring home all US troops – not merely from Europe and Japan, but every tiny atoll and every African village. The world is not our oyster. And I am personally TIRED hearing about so-called tough and easily-assimilated Koreans. I worked for a Korean company before most Americans had heard of any… Read more »

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  3g4me
3 years ago

People love Koreans until they have to work for one

the scales fall off the eyes real quick

Stranger in a Strange Land
Stranger in a Strange Land
Reply to  Falcone
3 years ago

My understanding (insofar as business concerned) is that Koreans speak very loudly and use a big stick.

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  Bill Mullins
3 years ago

Japan (repeatedly) and Iraq have held votes and they want the US military to leave. The US then presents them with an invoice, or requirements, that makes it impossible for the host country to kick them out.

Dinothedoxie
Dinothedoxie
3 years ago

One obvious conclusion that can be drawn from this now two decade long effort to start a war with Russia is the President no longer controls foreign policy. This is reminiscent of Japan post WWI. The democratic government was very weak and the cabinet level bureaucracies acted as independent fiefdoms committing Japan to war on multiple fronts in an ad hoc and heater smelter way. From the outside, it appeared to be an aggressive unified imperial power. The reality was almost the opposite. Which, if that holds true here, we will see the US blundering into wars that it is… Read more »

B125
B125
Reply to  thezman
3 years ago

Never even heard of general durka durka from Iran until trump started declaring on twitter that he killed some major “terrorist”

I feel bad for muslim countries. Let the sand people live amongst their own, and on the other hand let’s stop importing them here too.

Spin geraht
Spin geraht
Reply to  B125
3 years ago

Suleimani deserved every bit of the hellfire targeted on his ass. Clean up what’s left of a 19 yo killed by an EFP made and supplied by Iran a few times you might think so too. Do I still think we should have been there. No I don’t but that doesn’t change the burning hate I will always carry for those that killed our sons and especially the ones wh o sent them to be killed. The same ones now that are trying their danmdest to provoke an incident with Russia. Research “Thunder Runs ” your hair will stand on… Read more »

FeinGul
FeinGul
Reply to  Spin geraht
3 years ago

Upvote with sad heart.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Spin geraht
3 years ago

No one put a gun to their heads to go over there. We have NO BUSINESS in the middle east. They chose the military welfare check and being a splatter mark somewhere comes with the territory. I do feel sorry for the poor Americans who were drafted to the Nam, but that was half a century ago. This has been going on since Beirut.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Spin geraht
3 years ago

Stay out of other people’s lands and keep them out of yours with a string military and mostly you’ll have peace.

That poor kid killed by the EFP, OK maybe Suleimani ‘s guys set the thing.We set the stage and the moral weight is on us.

Self and national defense works both ways.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  thezman
3 years ago

We’re being run by a culture, then, not a kingpin or mastermind.

A bureaucratic culture, at that. Is this an emergent, self-arising feature of bureaucracy?

Seems to be, per any period in history. Does Empire arise from bureaucracy, then, not necessarily from conspiracy?

acetone
Member
Reply to  thezman
3 years ago

“Decisions are made through unofficial channels and then formalized though official channels, but not always through political channels. Mastercard maintaining a black list of groups and individuals banned from the financial system is a good example. These decisions are made in private, but implemented through policy at a single node.”

Exactly right. Disrupting these channels should be a priority if any of our guys ever get power again (I know, big if).

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  thezman
3 years ago

This is why when subversion and dark networks are the rule revolutions get so destructive and ugly. The end situation is “known or suspected, everyone must go.” because if you fail, you’ll get a counterrevolution. Oftentimes its nits make lice too which is awful. This perhaps is one of the reasons Americans don’t want to start the thing. From watching everyone else , they know what will happen. Worse people who neither want nor are interested in power won’t try and take it. You break it, you won it and no sane person wants to run a dying empire if… Read more »

B125
B125
3 years ago

One of the biggest redpills of the J tribe is their hatred of russia and russians. And putin. I’ve always assigned alot of blame for our current state on gentiles – I know so many insane self hating gentiles. But when it comes to russia, this is almost a purely J hysteria. Literally nobody wakes up outraged at russia except the certain few. The promotion of russian hatred is ENTIRELY coming from J’s. Russia is actually highly respected around the world – probably more than the usa in many places. So, while I’m agnostic on the theory that the Js… Read more »

BTP
Member
Reply to  B125
3 years ago

Yeah. I worked for a psychotic Russian Jew for a while. I remember someone asking about whether she was a big fan of Putin and that person having to be set straight about how Russian Jews view Russia.

At the time, the response surprised me. Shocking how little I understood about the world

JohnSmith
JohnSmith
Reply to  B125
3 years ago

Do a search for Putin and Berel Lazar, chief rabbi of Russia:

“Born in Italy, educated in America and living in Russia for the past 30 years with his wife and 14 children, Lazar has developed a close relationship with Putin, who he says was the first Russian leader to treat Jews as equals and to fight antisemitism. Putin has also encouraged the opening of more synagogues.”

https://www.jpost.com/Diaspora/Putin-not-remotely-antisemitic-says-Russias-Chief-Rabbi-546556

Phoenix
Phoenix
Reply to  JohnSmith
3 years ago

So Putin is inviting the plague into Russia.

FeinGul
FeinGul
Reply to  Phoenix
3 years ago

The plague was kicked out and came here in the late 19th century.

Phoenix
Phoenix
Reply to  FeinGul
3 years ago

Yea I didn’t think they showed up yesterday..

Putin is further embracing them.

Happy now? Or are further semantical arguements required..

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Phoenix
3 years ago

I don’t think Putin’s fooled by the fig leaf.

That camouflaged threat was meant to mollify another audience.

Next thing you know, we’ll hear (nee Iceland or Ireland), that the brave Rabbi has pushed through judicial legislation allowing Cossacks to be circumcised, and a year later they’ll be accepting Syrian refugees.

RabbiHighComma
RabbiHighComma
Reply to  B125
3 years ago

When Trump lobbed his first round of bombs into Syria to much media fanfare, I wanted gauge the temperature at Breitbart. The comment section was full of (((Hasbara))) “boomers” running a “We’re back! Let’s goooooo!” op. They transitioned to attempting to brainwash the authentic cuckservative commenters into supporting a nuclear war with Russia. I asked a couple of them, “Your nation has 200 or so nukes, why don’t you do it?” (((They))) went silent. All of my comments were then deleted, and my account banned.

Anna
Anna
Reply to  B125
3 years ago

Hatred for Putin??????? Putin goes to the Western Wall to pray when in Israel accompanied by his friend Chief Hasidic Rabbi of Russia.
Putin bought an apartment in Tel Aviv for at least one of the teachers who used to work in his Leningrad high school.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Anna
3 years ago

You just broke my heart, then. When the king dies… we need only wait.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Alzaebo
3 years ago

Alzaebo, (((Anna))) is here to lower morale. Ignore her.

Dinothedoxie
Dinothedoxie
3 years ago

A weird aspect of the American Empire is its compulsion to retain the boundaries that existed before its rise. Most of those boundaries were created as a last hurrah of Anglo-French imperialism in the 1920s – but are now considered absolutely sacrosanct by Washington. Crimea and the Ukraine are another example as Crimea had been part of Russia since before the US Declaration of Independence and only moved to Ukranian jurisdiction in the 1950s by decree of the Communist dictator Kruschev. But now it must eternally be Ukrainian. Which itself had fluid boundaries for centuries – but now the divisions… Read more »

B125
B125
Reply to  Dinothedoxie
3 years ago

The usa is freaking out over a small island in Crimea and some shit hole provinces in eastern ukraine (filled with ethnic russians too !)

Meanwhile like 1/6 of it’s landmass, the entire Southwest is majority hispanic and could secede back to Mexico at any time. Not to mention chinese colonies growing as well as black ethnostate groups in georgia and mississippi.

Phoenix
Phoenix
Reply to  B125
3 years ago

It makes sense once you fully accept the reality that the former USA is being run by glibalists who want to destroy all nations.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
3 years ago

The Germans hardly have any operational vehicles or aircraft:

https://www.statista.com/chart/13077/the-german-military-is-woefully-unprepared-for-action/

Not really our grandfathers’ Wehrmacht…

Karl Horst (Germany)
Karl Horst (Germany)
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
3 years ago

Very true. We did away with conscription some years ago and only the lowest social outcast volunteer for military service. There has been a push in advertising for military service, but everyone knows it’s a joke.

Unlike the very professional USmilitary, the German military is more like the Boy Scouts with heavy equipment. But at least the Boy Scouts are well trained.

Stranger in a Strange Land
Stranger in a Strange Land
Reply to  Karl Horst (Germany)
3 years ago

RE: “very professional USmilitary” – we’re working on a fix for that.

Vizzini
Member
Reply to  Stranger in a Strange Land
3 years ago

Real Men march in high heels. Wait, no, that’s not allowed anymore.

Real Women Who Were Born With Penises And Assigned Male At Birth But Are Totally For-Reals Really Real Women march in high heels. If they want to, because don’t you dare tell them what to do!

Bill Mullins
Member
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
3 years ago

Yet another reason the end NATO and stop garrisoning Germany. If “Deutschland ist fur de Deutschen” then us Auslanders damned well oughtta “rause”! See how they like bearing the burden of their own defense. Be a novel change.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Bill Mullins
3 years ago

Bill, let go of the resentment. White Europeans are not the enemy.

Phoenix
Phoenix
Reply to  3g4me
3 years ago

Their governments sure the hell are. They hate us almost as much as our own government does..

FeinGul
FeinGul
Reply to  Phoenix
3 years ago

Those are puppets, our puppets.

They haven’t had an honest election in Germany since 1933.

Nor France since 1939.

Give them a break, especially since we’re now in the same boat.

Phoenix
Phoenix
Reply to  Phoenix
3 years ago

FeinGul

Give who a break?

European governments who hate me?

‘We are in the same boat’..as European governments??

Your statement makes no sense, re-read my post

Karl Horst (Germany)
Karl Horst (Germany)
Reply to  Bill Mullins
3 years ago

I have mixed feelings on US troops in Germany. First, I have had the privilege of knowing many of them for decades, and they are by far the most friendly and professional military on the planet. For me, they are always welcome. I don’t think the average German even thinks twice about it given how few Americans are still here since the reduction back in the late 90’s. But most have very good feelings towards a US presence. And not for protection, but because they military makes a point of integrating their personnel and families into the German community. On… Read more »

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Karl Horst (Germany)
3 years ago

Karl Horst: My late father-in-law served in Germany from 1958-1961, and my husband was born in Frankfurt. His godfather was a German American who served in the Germany army as a teen in the 1940s and later in the American military. My father-in-law said he was the “greatest soldier he had ever known.”

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  Karl Horst (Germany)
3 years ago

Karl, What would the impact be to Germany if the US cut its presence by, say, 50% in Germany? Would German people want this?

Karl Horst (Germany)
Karl Horst (Germany)
Reply to  RoBG
3 years ago

The immediate advantage of the US leaving is the availability of housing and commercial buildings. When the Air Force closed the hospital in Wiesbaden back in the mid 90’s, that entire building facility was converted into the Hessen State police headquarters. Lindsey Air Station, just up the street, converted nearly all of the buildings into apartments. This has been duplicated at almost every US military installation that has closed. Rhein Main air base, which used to be the other half of the Frankfurt airport, was turned over and now Frankfurt has two parallel runways. All of the older military facilities… Read more »

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
3 years ago

Russia should not make a major announcement but should immediately expel all Jewish and/or Israeli-affiliated organizations. If things get hot, menace a small Israeli city by proxy, possibly using Hezbollah as surrogates The monsters who control the Empire will back down only if they realize the Zionist entity could be erased from the face of the planet. It is not due to a love of Jewish people, for the most part, but Israel is a major cash cow and one of their last big profit centers. As you point out, this also presents the Europeans with an opportunity to decouple… Read more »

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Jack Dobson
3 years ago

It’s not a precise analogy, but the US is going to find itself in a position where, like the Aztecs, they’re suddenly fresh out of friends if the Deep State is dumb enough to start a shooting war in Ukraine.

All they need to dump us is the right catalyst, like Cortes’ arrival, to mobilize the subjugated tribes.

Dinothedoxie
Dinothedoxie
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
3 years ago

We’re not the Aztecs.

We’re the Romans. The question is at what point.

Is Russia Carthage or Parthia or Pontus or Seleucid Persia or Bulgaria?

IOW they’re not going to conquer us. But will we conquer them or be seriously weakened in attempting to do so.

Blahford
Blahford
Reply to  Dinothedoxie
3 years ago

Or is Russia Rome and we–the baby-slaughterers–the Carthaginians?

Planned Parenthood delenda est.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
3 years ago

It is actually a very good analogy as far as the broad picture. I disagree with some of the premise. “We” do not have friends now but co-dependents and one puppetmaster, which is the head of the snake. Lop it off and the snake dies.

Glenfi
Glenfi
Member
Reply to  Jack Dobson
3 years ago

That would trigger the war right there.

America and Russia are allies. Our Jews work hand in glove with theirs. Something else is going on here. Perhaps our military industrial complex is underperforming and needs a shot in the arm? Wouldn’t be surprised given the diversity and vibrancy going on…

Bill Mullins
Member
Reply to  Jack Dobson
3 years ago

[M]ost Europeans resent America’s occupation via military bases. This is also tru in Korea and to a.lesser extent Japan.

Agree completely except that my experience in Japan 79 – 82 would indicate they resented the living hell outta us “gaijins” polluting their country with our presence. We need to pull our troops outta pretty much everywhere outside our own borders. Let the Europeans, Japanese, Koreans and Filipinos defend themselves!

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Bill Mullins
3 years ago

The rape tendency of Sacred Africans poisoned the well in Okinawa. I was there in a civilian capacity during Japan’s brief economic triumphalism in the 80’s. There was a lust for revenge and given their small footprint it was shocking how often Blacks were cited as a cause for much of the disgust. You can bet the farm a vibrant Defense Secretary has been met with thus-far unvoiced outrage.

RabbiHighComma
RabbiHighComma
Reply to  Jack Dobson
3 years ago

The Japanese are very good at dealing with diversity issues.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1945_Katsuyama_killing_incident

Karl Horst (Germany)
Karl Horst (Germany)
Reply to  Bill Mullins
3 years ago

See my comments. You are still welcome in Germany. At least West Germany. 🙂 But don’t listen to those Ossi’s – they still think living under the DDR was a good thing. Because now, even after the West paid for reunification, they have to work for a living!

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Karl Horst (Germany)
3 years ago

Ha. I have relatives (civilians, half indigenous, half from here) in what once was West Germany and they express the same about the East. For the longest time some federal officials there explained away the bases as “social programs” more or less. I don’t know if that story is still trotted out.

Karl Horst (Germany)
Karl Horst (Germany)
Reply to  Jack Dobson
3 years ago

American bases are required to hire “local nationals’ (Germans) to do much of the contracting work the military doesn’t do. Such as infrastructure maintenance (roads, power, water, etc) new building contracts, etc. They also hire local Germans to work in the base facilities like the base exchange, post office, theater, dining halls, bowling alley, libraries, etc. So there are economic opportunities and benefits to the local German communities as well.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Jack Dobson
3 years ago

It’s not only the American empire the current Euro-States might want to withdraw from. Recall not that long ago when you were Euro-Nations? Not quite so much these past few decades. The EU is a mixed blessing, and after much groaning and straining, I understand that the UK has withdrawn. As an American, of course I have nostalgia for our glorious days of empire. I “occupied” Germany in the early 80s 😀 But our empire is fading, and as such, we should withdraw our troops. This is not entirely a disappointment: There is a lot to be said to be… Read more »

Apex Predator
Apex Predator
3 years ago

A lot of typical handwringing already with only ~10 comments here thus far— “Bbbbuuuutttt, why would they… it doesn’t make any sense because… there will be nothing left but rubble… kvetch kvetch” The genetic memory of this monster is 2000+ years long. A couple trips around the “World War” column is no biggie. They threw all the Europeans in two meat grinders but didn’t get everyone. If it takes another WW3 or WW4 to completely eradicate all genetic memory of Europeans (read: Whites), so what? They are quite convinced that they will be safe as houses because so long as… Read more »

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Apex Predator
3 years ago

Exactly. It is why Russia needs to put Israel on notice it will be eradicated.