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Sane Russian Oligarch vs Demented and Drooling Democrat: We Report, You Deride

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( Just imagine the level of repulsion and contempt that sane world leads must hold when it comes to President Pantsload)

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  • gwbnyc January 2, 2022, 9:16 PM

    -and I’d like to thank the Republican party a pantload for their strident disapproval and immediate actions to expose and reverse the greatest fraud ever perpetrated by our government on its citizens.

    • Kevin in PA January 3, 2022, 3:32 AM

      Thus they have earned the moniker of – THE DEAD ELEPHANT PARTY.
      Personally, I believe that Mitch McConnell should be publicly flogged, tarred and feathered. Most of the rest should choose self immolation.

      • gwbnyc January 3, 2022, 8:10 AM

        I’m in.

  • Gagdad Bob January 2, 2022, 10:09 PM

    Can’t blame him for wanting to show his better side to the camera.

    • Vanderleun January 3, 2022, 7:22 AM

      Badaa-bing badaa-bomb.

  • Mike Austin January 3, 2022, 2:42 AM

    I have immense respect for Putin, and have for years. His style of ruling is well within the traditions of Russian History for the past 1000 years. Like all the czars he believes Moscow to be “The Third Rome”, after Rome and Constantinople.

    What can one say about Biden that has not already been said? All who claim that he is the president are lying. Everyone knows the truth.

  • ghostsniper January 3, 2022, 4:00 AM

    The -cons are working overtime to cast shade on Putin in every way possible.
    They need a good spanking….with a hammer.

  • John Venlet January 3, 2022, 5:22 AM

    Putin mouths the correct phrases, as he disses the obscurantism in the West, reflecting on the traditional values of the Russian people, common sense that a man is a man and a woman is a woman, and we who adhere to traditional values admire his seeming candidness and think to ourselves this is type of man we need as a leader in the West, most pointedly in America. But Putin’s words are just grist for the mill of consumption, just as the words politicians utter here in America. They are sound bites.

    Putin stated in that viddie that Russians had “inner moral protection” resulting from their 1,000 year history. I’d say that that inner moral protection was sorely lacking in Russia’s history. It certainly did not protect Russian people from 1917 onward, did it?

    • Mike Austin January 3, 2022, 6:13 AM

      Putin was speaking of moral corruption. Lenin and Stalin could tell the differences between man and women. Both hated Orthodox Christianity, and viewed it—correctly—as a competing religion to their own. After Hitler invaded the USSR, even the damned God hater and mass murderer Stalin went to Orthodoxy and begged for help against the Germanic hordes. He got it. The USSR prevailed. Communism lasted in Russia from 1917 – 1991. It died there 30 years ago. What killed it?

      Provide evidence that Putin does not believe what he said. Not every leader on earth or in History mumbles sound bites and platitudes. In fact, most mean what they say. Choose any ten at random and find out for yourself.

      It is a mistake of logic and historiography to assume that all world leaders today ape the inanities, mendacities, weaknesses, immoralities, treason and irrationalities of the US ruling elites. Jair Bolsonaro and Viktor Mihály Orbán most certainly do not. Neither does Putin.

      • John Venlet January 3, 2022, 6:44 AM

        It is a mistake of logic and historiography to assume that all world leaders today ape the inanities, mendacities, weaknesses, immoralities, treason and irrationalities of the US ruling elites.

        Is it a mistake? If so, Putin must be a regular philosopher king.

        • Mike Austin January 3, 2022, 7:00 AM

          Not a philosopher king. A Czar of Russia. Like all the other czars of Russia. He does not act like an American leader because he is not an American leader. Judge Putin in the context of Russian culture and History—1000 rather colorful years. This is the first lesson of History: to evaluate men according to the time and they place in which they lived. Any historian who does not act on this principle is no longer a historian, but a mere propagandist.

          I know that Putin does not please you, John, but he was not put on earth to please you. He means to please Russians and nobody else. Russians see this, and respect him therefore. That is one problem with Biden: he means to please the Chinese and illegals but not Americans. He is despised therefore. To Russians, Putin is one of them—no matter your opinion of him. To Americans, Biden is foreign, alien, weird—hardly American at all.

          Do you think that anyone on earth would believe Biden over Putin? Why not?

          • John Venlet January 3, 2022, 7:47 AM

            Do you think that anyone on earth would believe Biden over Putin?

            Mike, individuals who are paying attention, and I know you are paying attention, should know that you cannot believe any words that come out of a politician’s mouth. You yourself, in a recent comment thread, stated, and I paraphrase, that you don’t believe nor trust any verbiage coming out of a government’s mouthpiece, whether that mouthpiece is a spokesman, or the leader of the government himself. Biden is a fool, no doubt, and Putin is not a fool, and thus knows what to say and to whom, but the more important fact is that both Biden and Putin will stab you in the back, after mouthing nicey nice words to you to gain your approbation.

            • Mike Austin January 3, 2022, 8:01 AM

              Biden has spent a lifetime stabbing Americans in the back, so no surprises there. As for Putin “stabbing America in the back”, I cannot envision a circumstance where that could be an outcome. To be stabbed in the back is to imply that the man wielding the knife was once thought trustworthy. Does anyone in the US government think this of Putin?

              Reading your comment reminded me of Washington’s “Farewell Address”:

              “Washington dedicates a large part of his farewell address to discussing foreign relations and the dangers of permanent alliances between the United States and foreign nations, which he views as foreign entanglements…He urges the American people to avoid long-term friendly relations or rivalries with any nation, arguing that attachments with or animosity toward other nations will only cloud the government’s judgment in its foreign policy. He argues that longstanding poor relations will only lead to unnecessary wars due to a tendency to blow minor offenses out of proportion when committed by nations viewed as enemies of the United States. He continues this argument by claiming that alliances are likely to draw the United States into wars that have no justification and no benefit to the country beyond simply defending the favored nation.”

              So much to unpack there. It was true in 1797. It is true today.

            • julie January 3, 2022, 11:05 AM

              Treading carefully here, as this is an interesting conversation; but is Putin really a politician in the sense we understand it? Can he be deposed by a vote of his people, or is he only coming out of office in a box, either by old age, illness or murder?

              I ask because it seems like there would have to be a difference in mindset between any politician – that is, someone who in theory has a limit to his term of office and can (in theory) be voted out – and someone who is there for life and has a level of individual authority our own politicians can only lust after.

              • John Venlet January 3, 2022, 11:12 AM

                Julie, Putin was elected, and is president for life, well, at least until 2036, according to this article. Note within that article, that only around 75% of the vote went to Putin in this election, rather than 100% as in the Soviet days.

              • Mike Austin January 3, 2022, 1:16 PM

                Putin is a Russian czar. The czars served until their death—natural or otherwise. His authority is limited only by what the Russian people will tolerate. Most of the czars were more generally tolerant than some Western European monarchs—Henry VII and William the Conqueror come to mind.

                This applies to every monarch in History, from Ramses II to Alexander to Augustus. Democracy as understood by the West was extinguished at the Battle of Chaeronea (338 BC). Monarchy prevailed until the French Revolution.

  • Kevin in PA January 3, 2022, 6:32 AM

    I think you missed J. Venlet’s point, Mike.
    Putin is ex-KGB, makes him a commie, tilting toward the totalitarian end of the scale.
    No, he does not “ape the inanities, etc. of the U.S. ruling class” (there is nothing elite about them), because he is diametrically opposed to the Western concepts of individual liberty. He is also being driven, by the fickle ruling class, into the arms of the current real enemy of America – Communist China.

    I see the West having far more in common with Russia (culture, religion, etc.) than with China, yet the uni-party globalist cabal is dead set on making Russia, Russia, Russia an adversary.

    Putin is certainly more manly than the current crop of traitors in the U.S. Government and he understands basic biology, unlike his counterparts in the West. However, that does not necessarily make him a friend of liberty, or an ally against totalitarian thugs.

    • Mike Austin January 3, 2022, 7:19 AM

      Russia has never had anything like the West’s concepts of individual liberty—and neither has had most of humanity. To say therefore that Putin is “diametrically opposed” to such a thing is a non sequitur. It’s like saying that a man is “diametrically opposed” to unicorns. I have no idea if he is a “friend of liberty” or not. The Russian people will judge that, not me. What he certainly is not is totalitarian—unless that word has lost all meaning. Authoritarian, certainly. Like all Russian czars have been.

      “I see the West having far more in common with Russia (culture, religion, etc.) than with China, yet the uni-party globalist cabal is dead set on making Russia, Russia, Russia an adversary.”

      Exactly. Russia is—or damn well should be—our ally. She was during our own Civil War and in World War II.

      Your writing about Putin being “more manly than the current crop of traitors in the US Government” made me laugh. Who on earth would not be? Those 8th grade schoolgirls I taught for 12 years were tougher and more ferocious that anyone in our ruling class. Is there even one Alpha male among our “elites”?

  • Tom Hyland January 3, 2022, 8:19 AM

    A lot of folks think politicians matter… as if they wield influence and are steering America. Putin probably is doing that in Russia but it’s not the same for us. Trump has shown his true allegiance to Big Pharma though this was not his original tune.

    Trump belongs to the Rothschild bank. They bailed his ass out of the bankrupt casinos and hotels and this is payback time. He forgot all of that when he was on the first campaign trail talking the dangers of vaccines as the cause of autism in children. Then they tapped him on the forehead, showed him the JFK Dallas moment and he received his marching orders. If Trump wants to continue living in his beautiful house with his beautiful wife he will do exactly as he’s told.

    Voting doesn’t make any difference as Mark Twain said long long ago. The past couple of elections should prove that forever. According to the command of the bank he bestowed the title of Secretary of Commerce onto Wilbur Ross who was the bankruptcy officer of the Rothschild’s from 1970 to 2000. Or maybe it was Wilbur who insisted. Either way, Trump does exactly as he’s told. They probably told him he could be elected President… easily. Way back in the day. But he would have to obey. When he became inconvenient for their world domination he was discarded for brain-dead Biden which would allow the scheme to move more quickly.

    Gary Barnett has written a succinct piece focussing upon the willingness, the laziness, of the masses to be pushed around by the small group of Owners. Worth reading… https://www.garydbarnett.com/the-extreme-tyranny-today-has-been-caused-by-mass-voluntary-compliance/

  • Richard January 3, 2022, 8:36 AM

    Thousands upon thousands of lives sacrificed in an attempt to stem the tide of communism. Untold billions of dollars spent establishing and securing the Military-Industrial complex. Research and development of state-of-the-art armament underwritten by the U.S. taxpayer, abandoned and thus surrendered to an enemy who will use same against our troops in future hostilities. And now we have history rhyming again, as yet another doddering, old fool gives away the store, to a physically and mentally superior adversary.

  • Dirk January 3, 2022, 9:13 AM

    Gerard, I forwarded you the congressional official investigative report, on the Biden’s, last night. After reading this report, it’s disgusting the amount of corruption that occurred. Evidence is clearly enough to convict all of em, and the Clinton’s.

    If your bored read it. If you didn’t get it, advise and I’ll send it again.


  • Dirk January 3, 2022, 9:18 AM

    “Global Intel Hub”, is a newer resource for me. It’s under review for another six months.

    Anybody here,,,,,, using the info, opinions ?


    • John Venlet January 3, 2022, 9:31 AM

      Was not aware of this global intel hub, Dirk. A very quick perusal indicates that they are a curator, with some commentary, of links. A number of the links I was already aware of from my daily rounds on the net, but I’ve bookmarked it for now just to see what else shows up over the next few months, just in case I miss something elsewhere. Thanks.

      • Dirk January 3, 2022, 10:12 AM

        Thank you John, that’s about where I’m at. Be six months of daily scrutiny before I’ll know exactly what’s offered. Things I watch for is, “ Word Smithing, occurring. Just read, we’ll scanned the Civil War II review. The overall reviews were bold, however the last 1/4 of the book topics are suggestions, the border, race relations, other thoughts, most would not associate with a CWII.

        Most do not recognize the impact Mexico will have on CVII.

        Next read will be CIA weaponized weather documents. This stuff spooks me.
        messing with Mother Nature is a lose lose task. Mother Nature will crush us.


  • ghostsniper January 3, 2022, 10:42 AM

    So far, Putin hasn’t harmed me.
    Putin +1
    AmericanPoliticians: -10 billion

    • Mike Austin January 3, 2022, 10:46 AM

      Biden’s America v. Putin’s Slavs.


      • Mike Austin January 3, 2022, 10:59 AM

        What Russia’s teens are preparing for—and think Ukraine when you watch this:


        American soldiers preparing to wage war against those Russian teens:


        • Dirk January 3, 2022, 11:47 AM

          Russia, shittttt, the problem is China. Russia doesn’t have the resources to fight a war with us. Unless there with China.

          Never the less, I’ll take The United States for 500000 Alex. Russia China all understand its not the military there concerned about. It’s every Tom dick and harry, with a hunting rifle or more, they know they can’t beat.

          Professionals are predictable, amateurs not so much.

          • Mike Austin January 3, 2022, 1:20 PM

            “Russia doesn’t have the resources to fight a war with us.” Agreed, except in the Ukraine, where every advantage goes to Russia.

            “Professionals are predictable, amateurs not so much.” I’m going the steal that line. It was Yamamoto’s fear as well.

        • Rob De Witt January 3, 2022, 1:49 PM


          My virus protection (Trend Micro) says the eutimes.net website is suspicious enough not to open it. Just so’s you knows.

          • Mike Austin January 3, 2022, 2:17 PM

            I was referencing the video by Paul Joseph Watson. It just so happened to appear on that website.

          • Mike Austin January 4, 2022, 9:07 AM

            Rob: Just checked it with my virus check. You’re right. My computer was not infected I’m happy to say. But no more using that site. Thank you for that tip!

  • James ONeil January 3, 2022, 11:16 AM

    Putin. No matter what you think of his antecedents, KGB, CCCP, he’s one of the few, very few politicians in the world today that puts his own country’s interests at the top of the list.

    He’s done a number of videos lately noting failings of the west, loss of free speech and other freedoms, rise of totalitarianism, and all the ones I’ve seen are spot on. Doesn’t matter if you dislike the messenger, you still gotta admit if the message is factual.

    Yep he a Czar sitting in Moscow, dictating actions from sea to frozen sea but that is what Russians want, I don’t fault them for it, it’s their country. Russia is only a few generations away from feudalism, they’re quite, or at least reasonably, comfortable with the little father sitting in

    I spent a few weeks traveling in western Russia, still the USSR then, in the late eighties as part of a Citizen Ambassador program. Long enough to learn that many of the facts I learned in school and from the news about the area were true and that many weren’t.

    I’ve enjoyed some months since in the Russian Wild Wild East, Vladivostok, Khabarovsk, Yakutsk. Great people, exciting country. Quite a bit of heavy drink there, I’ll allow, but when in Rome…

    Frankly there’s a lot more freedom there today than in much of the new Covert, covid totalitarian West. If I had to choose, for example, living in say, Canada or the Russian Far East, even with Putin in Moscow, easy choice & no it would not be Canada.

    It has been noted that a number of Putin’s political adversaries ended up with a less than average life span. No that is not a nice thing, however I wonder if more or less here folks in the US committed

    The saber rattling in the Ukraine; in my opinion that’s a Russian thing., not a Putin thing. I hadn’t realized, until traveling there, that Russia, for five hundred or so years, before WW II didn’t get through a single generation without a foreign invader somewhere on their soil. Hence the marches, the Cossacks, the sabre rattling. Just ’cause your paranoid doesn’t mean they ain’t out to get ya.

  • Mike Austin January 3, 2022, 1:30 PM

    Yep. Biden cares for China; Putin cares for Russia.

    I would choose Russia over Canada most certainly. Prettier women for one thing. Better booze for another. And freedom of worship for yet another.

    Russia never had the advantage of the Renaissance—if advantage it was—as she was kept busy by Mongols and their “Golden Horde”. Only in 1480 was she able to throw off that yoke and begin her crawl into modernity. Russian History seems crude and bloody only if one ignores the History of the rest of the world.

  • Dirk January 3, 2022, 8:23 PM

    Enjoyed watching the Russian yuts, take apart and put together the ak 74. About as simple a rifle to make. A shoe string and a drop of engine oil, off a vehicle dip stick. My rigs all have AK 47s, under the seats and ten mags. My wife’s truck has the ak 74, she likes it for it’s smooth shooting.

    The AK uses tremendous force when manufacturing any of the AK s. A 30 ton press and the appropriate jigs. Some really good info on the net on building the ak from kits. Several associates are traveling to Las Vagas for AK build classes. Think I mentioned their Thunder Ranch master Instructors, Clint and Heidi have been attending the classes aswell.

    Wanted to go, but the costs were like 1300, plus your own ak kit, plus food and lodging. I can shoot a lot of 762x 39 for that price. Like 2500/3000 total.

    I use to purchase aks for 125.00 back in the late 70s early 80s. I’m told I own lots and lots of aks. These days an ak’s going from 1200/2000, absolute bullshit. Since magpul started making mags I’ve snapped up maybe 150/200. Ak 30 rounders, a good value, also keeps pack weight down the steel mags are very heavy. Also got hundreds of the steel ones. Their bulky.

    Last thought the magpul AK stocks are trash, you drop your rifle the stocks gonna come off, Many much better machined units available, I like the ACE folders myself. I do have magpul stocks on several, I drilled the receiver and used a simple aluminum bolt two washers and a lock washers, to solve the magpul stock issues.


    • Mike Austin January 3, 2022, 9:12 PM

      I got my AK about 15 years ago, a Romanian WASR 10 with wooden furniture. Lots of Bulgarian mags too. I also changed out the stock trigger. It is a beautiful machine—if that word can be used to describe the most efficient killer of men ever devised.

  • Callmelennie January 5, 2022, 11:42 AM

    In another lifetime, I did a training with the OPFOR at Fort Ord, California and encountered the AK 74, which disassembles into about 4 or five pieces, like a puzzle for a toddler or a 50 year old Joe Biden

    So easy a caveman could clean it

  • Callmelennie January 5, 2022, 11:57 AM

    Wait a minute I wasnt finished … Then I fired the thing on full auto. Really pulls hard up and to the right. Not as accurate as the M16, I thought. The wholeidea is that you have a weapon that anyone can keep clean and rely on. And when it gets down to cases, the Soviet infantry gets close riding in armored troop carriers. Then the company closes with the enemy firing full auto from the hip

    End result, the Soviet formation wipes out the enemy while losing half their number. When you really arent concerned about your own losses, you can create a truly scary fighting force