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  • Mike Austin February 22, 2022, 6:08 PM

    Kamala gives a speech and makes threats. Putin seizes Donbas region of Ukraine the next day. Kamala plays Old Maid. Putin plays High Stakes Poker.

  • John A. Fleming February 22, 2022, 11:30 PM

    It’s very odd, this. The US and Euro militaries are in no position to have a war with Russia. Yet we make noises like the territorial integrity of the post-Soviet Ukranian borders must be preserved, and it’s fine with us if Ukraine wants to hang with NATO.

    The old saying holds, if you can’t or won’t defend your country, you will lose it. Nations do not have a right to exist, people do not have a right to live in the country of their choosing. The Pax Americana is over, and it’s back to the age-old and forever game of countries nibbling at their neighbor’s borders. The whole 20Cen was a lesson in all this mutual-defense treaty stuff is a very effective way to turn small wars into big wars. If Ukraine wants to keep its 30-year-old current borders intact, they are going to have to fight for it. They better find a way to fight like Finns.

    If it doesn’t make sense, then it’s one of two things:
    a) the blundering of idiots,
    b) the creation of a fake crisis in order to enable the achievement of other hidden objectives.
    Or we should embrace the power of and.

    It’s the Fraudulent’s administration, a collection of bitter-ender mediocrities, so it could very well be a). We also know that they seek the destruction of the USA republic of liberty, and its transmogrification into a proggro oligarchy of elites and helots. The question of exactly how the Ukraine 2022 war games conducted during the Распутица muddy season will help achieve this is not yet clear. Perhaps because it’s not clear and intentionally so. Instead, the strategy is to first create a crisis, and then exploit whatever events occur. No need to plan in detail, just be ready to act. They need us to resist going to war with Russia, in order to justify our oppression by claiming we are treasonous.

    There’s a whole lot of sparking going on.

  • John Venlet February 23, 2022, 6:01 AM

    In my opinion, this whole Russia, Russia, Russia thing, and Russia’s goings on in the Ukraine region, are the curtain behind which globalist powers that be are hiding their actual aspirations for complete control of their respective countries. While your attention is being directed at Russia, Russia, Russia, your freedoms and liberty are being consumed. Why do you think the mainstream media continuously is beating the Russia, Russia, Russia drum? The Covid-19 drum is broken, so the WEF, NIH, the Left in general, and their Chinese controllers, needing something else to stoke your fears while they cook up some other pathogen in order to lock you down again, offer you Russia. Don’t fall for it.

  • Mike Austin February 23, 2022, 6:32 AM

    Do I care about the Ukraine? Nope. Do I care about Western Europe? Nope. Do I care about foreigners? Nope. Do I care how non-Americans think about America? Nope.

    Those are the four planks of my “Foreign Policy”. Bismarck might not approve, but he was a foreigner—a German no less. Do I care what he might think? Nope.

    • ghostsniper February 23, 2022, 1:27 PM

      LOL, I might have typed what you did.
      Know what I care about?
      Right now it’s getting the parts I need to replace the governor on my 22hp V Twin riding mower which is in hundreds of parts scattered over 2 work benches. Once I win this battle it is on to the next one, but the war is never won. You crane? WTF is that?

      • Mike Austin February 24, 2022, 11:18 AM

        Or as Putin might say, “You crane? Nope. MY crane!”

  • Dirk February 23, 2022, 7:28 AM

    China is where American eyes should rest.

    • ghostsniper February 23, 2022, 1:29 PM

      Nope, and that’s a short sighted suggestion.
      There are blood thirsty tyrants very close to you right now and THAT is where your focus should be.
      But then, we all get to carve our paths as we see fit. I’m concerned with chy-nah as much as I am with you crane.

      • Dirk February 23, 2022, 2:08 PM

        Shit, I justttt spit my coffee up. I gotta hear how Viewing China as a viable threats,back asswards?
        China and the crane in the same sentence! Hmmmmmm.

        God I love it here. 25 yrs in law enforcement getting it wrong day after day after day, only to come here and continue the Re Education. What’s not to love.

        Lay it on me ol wise one.


        • ghostsniper February 23, 2022, 4:58 PM

          Call me wise again and we’ll hafta indian leg wrestle!
          I just think the US politicians should get their priorities straight.
          But then, I am sane and they ain’t.
          Or put another way, they are criminal and I ain’t.

  • KCK February 23, 2022, 7:41 AM

    Europe: 751 million people. Who will we trade with after they’re not Europe anymore but mostly Russia instead? China? South America? What happens to Atlantic trade routes? The American economy, in real terms, is gigantic, and Europe is a distant number two. Don’t count China, whose economy is fake. Isn’t America still about 350 million or so? Half the people, but twice the economy.

    OK, so you don’t give a shit about Europe. That’s actually a moral stand that I respect, because autonomy is autonomy and we’re supposed to be the paragons of autonomy, ourselves. The world is tied together, but it has its down sides, especially: wars. You might recall a silly little thing called: nukes. They are the ultimate tie-together. Russia has them. Anyone want to hazard why we need to engage with Russia? Bueller? Bueller?? Anybody???

    You can bend over to nuclear Russia, or stand up like a man. Ignoring them is not a course of action with an endgame. Ukraine? Well, I guess it’s a road apple, and it means literally: border. Border with whom? Russia and NATO.

    Don’t like NATO? I guess that’s fair. Those silly fags have gone on our dime for 2 world wars and a Cold War and now this past era. Trump did unfuck that a little, and made them pay some more than before. If NATO has any spine right now it’s due to Trump and Reagan.

    I listen to 2 talking heads on TV. GEN Keane and Victor Davis Hanson. VDH had a tough one yesterday when he had to get Tucker Carlson to listen to his deterrence message, because TC is an old school isolationist just like the guys who slow-walked us into WWII. As you can tell, I’m big on deterrence; isolationism is for Ron Paul and Alex Jones but when they blame everything on America I get incredulous and angry.

    Trump said yesterday that with the war and sanctions, the rise in the price of oil has made Putin’s oil sales lucrative and this mitigates the bite of the sanction. Who knows if the German pipeline freeze hurts Putin but I think Germany was bound to end that flirtation some day. I think Germany is just relieved that they’re not going to start WWIII (for a change). I saw a meme where Poland was like: when you host 2 world wars, but the third one just misses you by that much. Memers and gamers of the draft-age generation see this as potentially WWIII and they often blame America and some side with Russia. As if: America is lining up T-80s on Ukraine’s border, and as if Russia actually deserves former satellite states again. Aristotle would roll over in his grave at the logical fallacies. The map says: Ukraine.

    OK, I wrote all that to refute much of the defeatist shit I’m reading. The first thing in an operations order is a situational report, and that begins with your own sit and then you analyze the enemy situation. Us: we are involved in a world-encompassing “reset”, by liberal nations of the West, in which tyrannical overreach is the new order of the day. Trudeau writ over and over in Australia, Austria, the USA, Italy, the UK, etc.-in the guise of a medical-mandate of rules that even the most basic blue-collar working class man knows is bullshit. It isn’t the C-19, it’s the political and bureaucratic tyranny that has revealed our situation. It feels like when you hike the Pacific Beach, in Washington State, and the tide is catching you, and you are cliffed out. You’re: fukt. Welcome to your situation.

    Enemy situation. We have no farking idea, because we don’t have a working CIA. Whose job was it to predict the annexation of Donbas? That was an obvious move by Putin, and yet none saw it. What were you saying about frag grenades, Gerard? I think the CIA might have need of some frag grenades.

    What needs to happen (again, I may be blamed for the war because I say how to fight it, ideally, but whatever that’s my portfolio) is the military, and I vote the army, must take over the job of the CIA. Someone must start making accurate predictions about Putin’s next surprise moves. Putin is a spook, by trade, and that son of bitch is a master of Surprise. His game can be flagged, though, if someone just has the balls to ref him. At any rate, the enemy is an unknown quantity in many ways, and in particular his next moves. Even I can see his intent, and the farplin news and Biden’s so-called administration cannot. I just read INFOWARS say something about Biden thinks Russia will take Ukraine in one big move. They will take half, and they will do it in a phased set of ops.

    I don’t blame anyone for throwing up their hands and wanting to abandon the whole enterprise. However, ties like this were present in the past. Did you watch the Churchill movie with Gary Oldman? In the fictionalized, but mostly true, situation, Churchill is standing entirely alone against the world. No support from: the king, his party, parliament, FDR, the Frogs, and under relentless and fantastically successful attack from Hitler. He is absolutely and utterly alone against the world of events. It’s a fantastic movie and somehow he pulls it out. Good to remember the shitshows of history and have some motha-flippin faith.

    Truckers. The Americans are late to the game, however they may have good plays. I wonder about the tactic of parking at home. I think the economic pressure of that on truckers, and the feeling of isolation it might bring, is much. Rallying like a gumball – like Mad Max, has an energy to it, and it is fraught with danger. Skin in the game. The image of Biden hiding behind a fence and a ring of NG troops inside the beltway during his speech – reminiscent of his guarded inauguration – is an optic that may be lost on the woke crowd, but someday historians will write about it, and Biden is set to become (and his imbecile party and followers) the most cringy American shitstain in our otherwise marvelous history.

    Next: China.

    How much concrete do I need for a 10 mile stand-off 10 MT blast? Asking for a friend.

    • John Venlet February 23, 2022, 8:00 AM

      Casey, I appreciate your insights, always, but I disagree that America, or the any other world government for that matter, should have fears of Russia. Does Putin want a strong Russia. Yes. Is Putin a nationalist? Undoubtedly so. So does Trump appear to be. As Dirk stated, it’s China we should keep an eye on. Chinese influence, and dollars they don’t have but still spread around to governments and universities throughout the world, is who we should be keeping a closer eye on. Russia is not selling us the rope with which America, Canada, and other countries are hanging themselves. It’s China. And don’t neglect the Gain of Function Flu (The GoFF) with which China accelerated the decline. It isn’t bombs and nukes that are my concern, it is the economic war currently being conducted right in front of our eyes, and most people have not a clue. The majority of countries are in hock up to their eyeballs, and many individuals are also. This economic debt bomb is going to explode.

      • KCK February 23, 2022, 8:41 AM

        Hi, John. I suppose if one can choose one’s enemies, then China is as dangerous and as adversarial as any. Economic, perhaps military, and biological weapons absolutely protrude from the fortress China. I wrote before of their weakness. I have written the same thing about Russian weakness. But, weak enemies are to be respected like one respects a snake. If you’re in a barroom fight, you don’t underestimate the small guy – he may be Bruce Lee, FFS.

        You can give Russia anything it wants, but the cost of doing so is empowering him to do the next thing and then the next thing. War is interested in you, said the man who fought in the Crimea and in World War Zero. I suppose not fighting with Russia is a good move, and I think that NATO is choosing that path, but ignoring Russia is the move I am against. Go to the Poland, Romania border and be mean like a junkyard dog. Go to the Med and the Black Sea and be more than unreasonable. If we make a good show in Europe, the chaos that China wants will be mitigated.

        • Dirk February 23, 2022, 2:12 PM

          Casey, China’s in the wire, you should be concerned very concerned. Your a smart a rationale thinker, not saying discount Russia, just that China’s the real snake in the grass.


          • John Venlet February 24, 2022, 7:20 AM

            …China’s in the wire…

            Yes, but not in the military sense with guns, but in the sense that their influence in universities, partnerships with NIH/WHO/WEF, etc., is robust, where they are purchasing hearts and minds, biowarfare methodologies, technological information, military information, etc. I’m not worried about China flexing its military muscle on American soil, I’m concerned with how many individuals in positions associated with the above industries, and they are industries, have already sold their souls to the Chinese way of totalitarian control. They admire their tyranny and control of the Chinese populace. A good number of Left leaning Americans are in the Chinese camp, while mouthing pretend words about how they love America.

    • KCK February 24, 2022, 8:11 AM

      John, Nori, Dirk, Mike and all, I’m not saying China is more important than Russia as a potential adversary. When a document went out in the 2000s, saying the US military stance would be to hold in one theater, and win in another, I shook my head and thought that is a recipe for disaster. We had the same profile in WWII, but in those days we had just so much shit, and at the same time we were extremely serious. We’re not in the least bit serious anymore. If you want to draw conclusions about collusion with China, we can start with every American oligarch and every American business buying from China, and every medical bureaucracy tucking Covid money under the mattress while gaslighting us about bats or some shit like that.

      Russia: bad situation and obviously kinetic. We sleep walked into this one. China: FSR Americans are more interested in Taiwan than Ukraine but it is actually the same situation. SMH.

      What did Trump do for Russia and China situations? He unfukt NATO, and tried to end economic ties with China. That was a master class in foreign policy. Biden undid all of that in no time at all.

      • John Venlet February 24, 2022, 10:03 AM

        We’re not in the least bit serious anymore.

        Casey, as always you provide insights/views that bear serious considering. Unfortunately, for America in regards to actual war or wars, America has not been serious about war since the end of WWII. In regards to Putin, I do not think he desires to be an empire builder, such as Napoleon desired to be, but Putin is serious about Russia’s sovereignty, much as Kennedy was serious about America’s sovereignty, and protecting it, during the Cuban missle fiasco. On a conspiracy note, why is it that the world’s main current problems are associated with China and the Ukraine? Is this because the Biden crime family’s primary lucre is being obtained or funneled through those countries?

  • Mike Austin February 23, 2022, 10:39 AM

    Some folks want war with Russia for whatever reason. Even a backwater of a backwater, a sideshow of a sideshow, the 3rd World of the 3rd World, a shithole of a shithole, like Ukraine will do. Any port in a storm. Hell, if we can’t shed American blood and treasure there, where can we shed it? Above all we must at all costs show our resolve in Ukraine so that the Chinese get the message. That’ll show ’em! Go to war with Russia to show off for the Chinese Politburo!

    Our Dear Leader with his Napoleonic military staff commanding American “boys” with questionable genitals but sporting the latest styles of red pumps are heading out to make History! In the Ukraine no less! And this just in: the American forces are to be joined by the Canadians who just completed their noble task of bashing in the heads of truckers! All hail!

    Caligula (r. 37 – 41) had to show the world that he was a tough guy. That was a real resume builder for a Roman emperor. But the Empire was at peace. But what to do then? He concocted a war with—wait for it—Poseidon, the god of the sea. Caligula returned to Rome after his “victory” and as evidence of his triumph had his legions spill out on the floor of the Senate thousands upon thousands of sea shells. To the victor go the spoils.

    Ukraine borders the Black Sea. Perhaps once this fiasco of fiascos is over and done with, our uniformed lads—once released by Putin from POW camps—can gather sea shells there and present them to Brandon. Or to China. That’ll show ’em!

  • Nori February 23, 2022, 12:57 PM

    Western Europe and our criminal ruling class have been laundering their stolen money thru Ukraine since at least 2014,more likely long before. Pelosi,Biden,Kerry and Romney all have sons sitting on Ukrainian “gas boards”,getting paid for what, their expertise and star power?
    Guaranteed that Putin and Lavrov know every dirty little secret of these parasites. Putin does’nt need to use nukes,he can annihilate his enemies with truth bombs.

    Agree with Casey & Dirk,China is the big red dragon in the room,with nothing but contempt and hatred for anyone who is’nt Han.

    • nunnya bidnez, jr February 23, 2022, 1:51 PM

      ” Pelosi,Biden,Kerry and Romney all have sons sitting on Ukrainian “gas boards”…..
      Guaranteed that Putin and Lavrov know every dirty little secret of these parasites”.

      Guess that makes Poot & Lav our friends, eh?
      spill the beans, Poot, enquiring minds want to know.

  • ghostsniper February 23, 2022, 1:36 PM

    The US needs to mow it’s own lawn and shut it’s yap.

  • Dirk February 24, 2022, 7:40 AM

    Sadly now that Russia’s on the move, I see China, taking Taiwan very soon. It’s the practical move to make. And nobody will do a thing to stop it.