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    Ukraine Update #3


    Ukraine Update #3 Paul Craig Roberts.



    Begin by reading Michael Hudson’s explanation that the sanctions actually fall on Germany and serve the interests of the three interest groups who rule in Washington. https://www.unz.com/mhudson/america-defeats-germany-for-the-third-time-in-a-century/ The sanctions do far more to serve Washington’s interest than to hurt Russia’s. For Russia the main burden of the sanctions is the insult.



    Russia is in position to issue crippling sanctions against the US and Europe, but so far has not done so. The Russians seem determined to prevail with as little force as possible. The Kremlin has not paralyzed Germany by turning off the gas. The Russians have not nationalized US and European assets. The Russians have not disrupted global supply chains by refusing to sell minerals. The Russians have not stopped the export of wheat. The Russians have not issued international arrest orders for American and European war criminals for their crimes against humanity in Serbia, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria and for their various assassinations.



    On the military front, the Ukrainian forces are essentially surrounded and incapable of counterattack or effective resistance except for some fanatical Nationalist militias that have ensconced their heavy weapons among concentrations of civilians. Under the Kremlin’s current rules, the Russian forces are prohibited from firing heavy weapons into civilian areas. The Russians, of course, get no credit for this. The Western presstitutes continue to repeat fake news of indiscriminate Russian attacks on civilians.



    It demonstrates the stupidity of Western people that they believe Russia would waste military resources on non-military targets. As Putin said, the West “is an empire of lies.” Soon we will be reading in the New York Times and hearing on NPR and CNN that Russian troops are throwing premature babies out of incubators and bayonetting children.



    The West yells and screams threats and accusations because it can’t do anything else. Western morons threaten to send ISIS jihadists into Ukraine to fight Russians, to send in US veterans as volunteers, of raising a mercenary force in Poland. At the same time we hear Ukraine has stopped the Russian advance and is winning. So why are all of the fanciful outside forces needed?



    The Ukrainian foreign minister, Dmytro Kuleba, calls for the UN to “disarm Russia,” an unimaginable feat. One wonders how Kuleba is a foreign minister when the Ukraine government does not control Ukraine. The French finance minister, Bruno Le Maire, declares “total economic and financial war on Russia,” and is told by Russian Security Council deputy chairman Dmitry Medvedev to “watch his words” or he will end up with a real war. The idiotic European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen announced that the EU is going to send the Ukrainians jet fighters via Poland, and was promptly contradicted by Poland’s president, Andrej Duda: “We are not sending any jets to Ukraine because that would open a military interference in the Ukrainian conflict. We are not joining that conflict. NATO is not a party to that conflict.”
    https://www.rt.com/news/550955-poland-bulgaria-deny-warplanes-ukraine/



    Putin has warned NATO countries about supplying arms. Any such arms shipments would be destroyed in transit. Russia controls Ukrainian air space. The Ukrainian forces are surrounded. How are arms to reach them? Why is the idiot West trying to prolong a lost war? Why hasn’t the White House told Zelensky to surrender and negotiate the best deal he can get with Russia?



    Nowhere in the West’s impotent bluster is there any talk of putting Ukraine in NATO. Instead, there is talk of putting Ukraine in the EU. The EU is an economic alliance, not a military one, and it is unclear what it means for a government in exile to be a member. Ukraine’s future depends on Russia pulling out after she achieves her aims.



    For years I have written that Russia’s patience with the West would not last forever, and unless the West quit pushing, Russia would push back. I said that the longer Russia waited the more forcibly she would have to push. I said that considering the utter stupidity of the entire Western world, the situation would become dangerous. With Russia and the US on nuclear alert, the situation is dangerous. If the US puppets in Europe who rule their countries in Washington’s interest ignore Putin’s warning not to interfere in the Ukrainian house cleaning operation, they could find themselves under attack, and then impotent NATO would have to put up or shut up. Watch now as the total stupidity of the West–“the empire of lies– takes it to that point.


    https://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2022/03/01/ukraine-update-3/



    It's clear now that all Western Media is simply pure propaganda.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Astragoth View Post
    Maybe its a sin but I find the idea that the Russians are being set up in the same way the Germans were prior to ww2 highly amusing.
    Admittedly this came up with me as well. Hitler just was a bit more patient than Putin is now.

    Of course both sides now try to employ "Nazi"-accusations towards each other.


    Well, at least Putin ended the "pandemic".

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    Lol, while it 'may' just be a typo, the second largest Russian news agency gave a clue that this war was agreed to prior by the US Deep State (https://tass.com/world/1414587):

    1 MAR, 18:17

    Biden: Ukrainian operation was premediated - TASS

    Russia rejected diplomacy, US President said

    WASHINGTON, March 2. /TASS/. US President Joe Biden claimed on Tuesday Russia had rejected attempts to solve European security issues through diplomatic means because it was planning a special operation in Ukraine from the very outset.

    "Putin’s war was premeditated ...
    The title of their article used the word "premediated" aka the Russian and US Deep States consulted and agreed to this operation. Later in the article they used the correct word "premeditated".

    If you have ever read or watched German General Gerd Schultze-Rhonof (author of the book "1939: The War That Had Many Fathers"):

    https://www.bing.com/search?q=the+wa...d+many+fathers
    https://books.google.ca/books/about/...AJ&redir_esc=y
    https://archive.org/details/Schultze...anentSubtitles


    ... he stated that when Nazi Germany signed the Non-Aggression Pact with the Soviets, an emissary from the Kremlin phoned the White House and told Roosevelt of their secret plan to attack Poland very shortly (if the Polish leadership didn't agree to terms). Despite this, Roosevelt continued to encourage the Poles to have a no negotiation policy (without informing them of the Soviet intentions).

    Washington and Moscow (both Jewish Deep States) have been in bed together for a long time.

    Last week's Shill Stompers episode reviewed their cooperation for their respective and joint space programs (focusing on Apollo), and their trade agreements while the Vietnam War was happening:


    It's nice they're allowing us to see this information today.

    Coach Red Pill is also starting to think this war is a joint plan:


    It's just one giant (((Deep State))). If I were an Ukrainian, I'd definitely be sitting this one out. Since martial law has been declared as well as conscription (18-60), and leaving the country is forbidden (for men), any sane person would raise the white flag. I just worry if the Jewish Zelensky has an execute "traitors" policy, then unfortunately the poor Ukrainian men have found themselves in a Purimfest:

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

    Adolf Hitler banned and forbade the observance of Purim. In a speech made on 10 November 1938 (the day after Kristallnacht), the Nazi politician and prominent anti-Semite Julius Streicher surmised that just as "the Jew butchered 75,000 Persians" in one night, the same fate would have befallen the German people had the Jews succeeded in inciting a war against Germany; the "Jews would have instituted a new Purim festival in Germany".[103]
    I've heard the average Eastern European has more "old fashioned views" than us, and ya some of their grandfathers collaborated with the Nazis, but the new generation of Ukrainians didn't deserve this living nightmare.

    European leaders should condemn Zelensky for his destructive and suicidal behavior towards the Ukrainian nation. We can only hope he's arrested soon and that he isn't going to be rewarded after all this, retiring to some beach house in Israel or the Russian Jewish Autonomous Oblast for a job well done lol.

    Military updates on the progress of the war can be found here:

    https://twitter.com/ASBMilitary

    This is a great one ... Coach Red Pill reports that the Zelensky regime, by handing out guns to the general public and releasing prisoners with guns, he's created anarchy in most the cities, gang warfare, etc. Someone please arrest Zelensky:

    https://twitter.com/ASBMilitary/stat...60422652436482

    Some more war footage from RT:

    https://twitter.com/ASBMilitary/stat...08945402015746
    We need a reservation system for our people and our own ethnic-nationalist faith, where we'll have sermons about our people and nations, real history, science, philosophy, etc., in addition to our older religions. Throw in some open bar nights, comedy club hours, music and dance, etc., and it'll be a cracker barrel of good times lol.

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    America Defeats Germany for the Third Time in a Century



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    My old boss Herman Kahn, with whom I worked at the Hudson Institute in the 1970s, had a set speech that he would give at public meetings. He said that back in high school in Los Angeles, his teachers would say what most liberals were saying in the 1940s and 50s: “Wars never solved anything.” It was as if they never changed anything – and therefore shouldn’t be fought.



    Herman disagreed, and made lists of all sorts of things that wars had solved in world history, or at least changed. He was right, and of course that is the aim of both sides in today’s New Cold War confrontation in Ukraine.



    The question to ask is what today’s New Cold War is trying to change or “solve.” To answer this question, it helps to ask who initiates the war. There always are two sides – the attacker and the attacked. The attacker intends certain consequences, and the attacked looks for unintended consequences of which they can take advantage. In this case, both sides have their dueling sets of intended consequences and special interests.



    The active military force and aggression since 1991 has been the United States. Rejecting mutual disarmament of the Warsaw Pact countries and NATO, there was no “peace dividend.” Instead, the U.S. policy executed by the Clinton and subsequent administrations to wage a new military expansion via NATO has paid a 30-year dividend in the form of shifting the foreign policy of Western Europe and other American allies out of their domestic political sphere into their own U.S.-oriented “national security” blob (the word for special interests that must not be named). NATO has become Europe’s foreign-policy-making body, even to the point of dominating domestic economic interests.



    The recent prodding of Russia by expanding Ukrainian anti-Russian ethnic violence by Ukraine’s neo-Nazi post-2014 Maiden regime was aimed at (and has succeeded in) forcing a showdown in response the fear by U.S. interests that they are losing their economic and political hold on their NATO allies and other Dollar Area satellites as these countries have seen their major opportunities for gain to lie in increasing trade and investment with China and Russia.



    To understand just what U.S. aims and interests are threatened, it is necessary to understand U.S. politics and “the blob,” that is, the government central planning that cannot be explained by looking at ostensibly democratic politics. This is not the politics of U.S. senators and representatives representing their congressional voting districts or states.



    America’s Three Oligarchies in Control of U.S. Foreign Policy



    It is more realistic to view U.S. economic and foreign policy in terms of the military-industrial complex, the oil and gas (and mining) complex, and the banking and real estate complex than in terms of the political policy of Republicans and Democrats. The key senators and congressional representatives do not represent their states and districts as much as the economic and financial interests of their major political campaign contributors. A Venn diagram would show that in today’s post-Citizens United world, U.S. politicians represent their campaign contributors, not voters. And these contributors fall basically into three main blocs.



    Three main oligarchic groups that have bought control of the Senate and Congress to put their own policy makers in the State Department and Defense Department. First is the Military-Industrial Complex (MIC) – arms manufacturers such as Raytheon, Boeing and Lockheed-Martin, have broadly diversified their factories and employment in nearly every state, and especially in the Congressional districts where key Congressional committee heads are elected. Their economic base is monopoly rent, obtained above all from their arms sales to NATO, to Near Eastern oil exporters and to other countries with a balance-of-payments surplus. Stocks for these companies soared immediately upon news of the Russian attack, leading a two-day stock-market surge as investors recognized that war in a world of cost-plus “Pentagon capitalism” (as Seymour Melman described it) will provide a guaranteed national-security umbrella for monopoly profits for war industries. Senators and Congressional representatives from California and Washington traditionally have represented the MIC, along with the solid pro-military South. The past week’s military escalation promises soaring arms sales to NATO and other U.S. allies, enriching the actual constituents of these politicians. Germany quickly agreed to raise is arms spending to over 2% of GDP.



    The second major oligarchic bloc is the rent-extracting oil and gas sector, joined by mining (OGAM), riding America’s special tax favoritism granted to companies emptying natural resources out of the ground and putting them mostly into the atmosphere, oceans and water supply. Like the banking and real estate sector seeking to maximize economic rent and maximizing capital gains for housing and other assets, the aim of this OGAM sector is to maximize the price of its energy and raw materials so as to maximize its natural-resource rent. Monopolizing the Dollar Area’s oil market and isolating it from Russian oil and gas has been a major U.S. priority for over a year now, as the Nord Stream 2 pipeline threatened to link the Western European and Russian economies more tightly together.



    If oil, gas and mining operations are not situated in every U.S. voting district, at least their investors are. Senators from Texas and other Western oil-producing and mining states are the leading OGAM lobbyists, and the State Department has a heavy oil-sector influence providing a national-security umbrella for the sector’s special tax breaks. The ancillary political aim is to ignore and reject environmental drives to replace oil, gas and coal with alternative sources of energy. The Biden administration accordingly has backed the expansion of offshore drilling, supported the Canadian pipeline to the world’s dirtiest petroleum source in the Athabasca tar sands, and celebrated the revival of U.S. fracking.




    The foreign-policy extension is to prevent foreign countries not leaving control of their oil, gas and mining to U.S. OGAM companies from competing in world markets with U.S. suppliers. Isolating Russia (and Iran) from Western markets will reduce the supply of oil and gas, pushing up prices and corporate profits accordingly.



    The third major oligarchic group is the symbiotic Finance, Insurance and Real Estate (FIRE) sector, which is the modern finance-capitalist successor to Europe’s old post-feudal landed aristocracy living by land rents. With most housing in today’s world having become owner-occupied (although with sharply rising rates of absentee landlordship since the post-2008 wave of Obama Evictions), land rent is paid largely to the banking sector in the form of mortgage interest and debt amortization (on rising debt/equity ratios as bank lending inflates housing prices). About 80 percent of U.S. and British bank loans are to the real estate sector, inflating land prices to create capital gains – which are effectively tax-exempt for absentee owners.



    This Wall Street-centered banking and real estate bloc is even more broadly based on a district-by-district basis than the MIC. Its New York senator from Wall Street, Chuck Schumer, heads the Senate, long supported by Delaware’s former Senator from the credit-card industry Joe Biden, and Connecticut’s senators from the insurance sector centered in that state. Domestically, the aim of this sector is to maximize land rent and the “capital’ gains resulting from rising land rent. Internationally, the FIRE sector’s aim is to privatize foreign economies (above all to secure the privilege of credit creation in U.S. hands), so as to turn government infrastructure and public utilities into rent-seeking monopolies to provide basic services (such as health care, education, transportation, communications and information technology) at maximum prices instead of at subsidized prices to reduce the cost of living and doing business. And Wall Street always has been closely merged with the oil and gas industry (viz. the Rockefeller-dominated Citigroup and Chase Manhattan banking conglomerates).



    The FIRE, MIC and OGAM sectors are the three rentier sectors that dominate today’s post-industrial finance capitalism. Their mutual fortunes have soared as MIC and OGAM stocks have increased. And moves to exclude Russia from the Western financial system (and partially now from SWIFT), coupled with the adverse effects of isolating European economies from Russian energy, promise to spur an inflow into dollarized financial securities.



    As mentioned at the outset, it is more helpful to view U.S. economic and foreign policy in terms of the complexes based on these three rentier sectors than in terms of the political policy of Republicans and Democrats. The key senators and congressional representatives are not representing their states and districts as much as the economic and financial interests of their major donors. That is why neither manufacturing nor agriculture play the dominant role in U.S. foreign policy today. The convergence of the policy aims of America’s three dominant rentier groups overwhelms the interests of labor and even of industrial capital beyond the MIC. That convergence is the defining characteristic of today’s post-industrial finance capitalism. It is basically a reversion to economic rent-seeking, which is independent of the politics of labor and industrial capital.



    The dynamic that needs to be traced today is why this oligarchic blob has found its interest in prodding Russia into what Russia evidently viewed as a do-or-die stance to resist the increasingly violent attacks on Ukraine’s eastern Russian-speaking provinces of Luhansk and Donetsk, along with the broader Western threats against Russia.



    The Rentier “Blob’s” Expected Consequences of the New Cold War



    As President Biden explained, the current U.S.-orchestrated military escalation (“Prodding the Bear”) is not really about Ukraine. Biden promised at the outset that no U.S. troops would be involved. But he has been demanding for over a year that Germany prevent the Nord Stream 2 pipeline from supplying its industry and housing with low-priced gas and turn to the much higher-priced U.S. suppliers.



    U.S. officials first tried to stop construction of the pipeline from being completed. Firms aiding in its construction were sanctioned, but finally Russia itself completed the pipeline. U.S. pressure then turned on the traditionally pliant German politicians, claiming that Germany and the rest of Europe faced a National Security threat from Russia turning off the gas, presumably to extract some political or economic concessions. No specific Russian demands could be thought up, and so their nature was left obscure and blob-like. Germany refused to authorize Nord Stream 2 from officially going into operation.



    A major aim of today’s New Cold War is to monopolize the market for U.S. shipments of liquified natural gas (LNG). Already under Donald Trump’s administration, Angela Merkel was bullied into promising to spend $1 billion building new port facilities for U.S. tanker ships to unload natural gas for German use. The Democratic election victory in November 2020, followed by Ms. Merkel’s retirement from Germany’s political scene, led to cancellation of this port investment, leaving Germany really without much alternative to importing Russian gas to heat its homes, power its electric utilities, and to provide raw material for its fertilizer industry and hence the maintenance of its farm productivity.



    So the most pressing U.S. strategic aim of NATO confrontation with Russia is soaring oil and gas prices, above all to the detriment of Germany. In addition to creating profits and stock-market gains for U.S. oil companies, higher energy prices will take much of the steam out of the German economy. That looms as the third time in a century that the United States has defeated Germany – each time increasing its control over a German economy increasingly dependent on the United States for imports and policy leadership, with NATO being the effective check against any domestic nationalist resistance.



    Higher gasoline, heating and other energy prices also will hurt U.S. consumers and those of other nations (especially Global South energy-deficit economies) and leave less of the U.S. family budget for spending on domestic goods and services. This could squeeze marginalized homeowners and investors, leading to further concentration of absentee ownership of housing and commercial property in the United States, along with buyouts of distressed real estate owners in other countries faced with soaring heating and energy costs. But that is deemed collateral damage by the post-industrial blob.



    Food prices also will rise, headed by wheat. (Russia and Ukraine account for 25 percent of world wheat exports.) This will squeeze many Near Eastern and Global South food-deficit countries, worsening their balance of payments and threatening foreign debt defaults.



    Russian raw-materials exports may be blocked by Russia in response to the currency and SWIFT sanctions. This threatens to cause breaks in supply chains for key materials, including cobalt, palladium, nickel and aluminum (the production of which consumes much electricity as its major cost – which will make that metal more expensive). If China decides to see itself as the next nation being threatened and joins Russia in a common protest against the U.S. trade and financial warfare, the Western economies are in for a serious shock.



    The long-term dream of U.S. New Cold Warriors is to break up Russia, or at least to restore its Yeltsin/Harvard Boys managerial kleptocracy, with oligarchs seeking to cash in their privatizations in Western stock markets. OGAM still dreams of buying majority control of Yukos and Gazprom. Wall Street would love to recreate a Russian stock market boom. And MIC investors at happily anticipating the prospect of selling more weapons to help bring all this about.



    Russia’s Intentions to Benefit from America’s Unintended Consequences



    What does Russia want? Most immediately, to remove the neo-Nazi anti-Russian core that the Maidan massacre and coup put in place in 2014. Ukraine is to be neutralized, which to Russia means basically pro-Russian, dominated by Donetsk, Luhansk and Crimea. The aim is to prevent Ukraine from becoming a staging ground of U.S.-orchestrated anti-Russian moves a la Chechnya and Georgia.



    Russia’s longer-term aim is to pry Europe away from NATO and U.S. dominance – and in the process, create with China a new multipolar world order centered on an economically integrated Eurasia. The aim is to dissolve NATO altogether, and then to promote the broad disarmament and denuclearization policies that Russia has been pushing for. Not only will this cut back foreign purchases of U.S. arms, but it may end up leading to sanctions against future U.S. military adventurism. That would leave America with less ability to fund its military operations as de-dollarization accelerates.



    Now that it should be obvious to any informed observer that (1) NATO’s purpose is aggression, not defense, and (2) there is no further territory for it to conquer from the remains of the old Soviet Union, what does Europe get out of continued membership? It is obvious that Russia never again will invade Europe. It has nothing to gain – and had nothing to gain by fighting Ukraine, except to roll back NATO’s proxy expansion into that country and the NATO-backed attacks on Novorossiya.



    Will European nationalist leaders (the left is largely pro-US) ask why their countries should pay for U.S. arms that only put them in danger, pay higher prices for U.S. LNG and energy, pay more for grain and Russian-produced raw materials, all while losing the option of making export sales and profits on peaceful investment in Russia – and perhaps losing China as well?



    The U.S. confiscation of Russian monetary reserves, following the recent theft of Afghanistan’s reserves (and England’s seizure of Venezuela’s gold stocks held there) threatens every country’s adherence to the Dollar Standard, and hence the dollar’s role as the vehicle for foreign-exchange savings by the world’s central banks. This will accelerate the international de-dollarization process already started by Russia and China relying on mutual holdings of each other’s currencies.



    Over the longer term, Russia is likely to join China in forming an alternative to the U.S.-dominated IMF and World Bank. Russia’s announcement that it wants to arrest the Ukrainian Nazis and hold a war crimes trial seems to imply an alternative to the Hague court will be established following Russia’s military victory in Ukraine. Only a new international court could try war criminals extending from Ukraine’s neo-Nazi leadership all the way up to U.S. officials responsible for crimes against humanity as defined by the Nuremberg laws.



    I expect Russia to withdraw this week. I can’t imagine that it has any intention of expending resources and lives on occupation. Its first task was to stop the attack on the Russian-speaking eastern provinces and to protect Crimea. Its second task was to wipe out the neo-Nazi military forces, capturing their leaders if possible and bringing them to trial for war crimes — and then proceeding up the ladder to their U.S. sponsors, NED etc.



    It is of course possible that Europe will break away. In that case, Russia will turn toward China and its fellow SCO members. Europe will suffer severe supply chain issues, commodity-price inflation, and budget squeezes for its population and governments.



    Did the American Blob Actually Think Through the Consequences of NATO’s War?



    It is almost black humor to look at U.S. attempts to convince China that it should join the United States in denouncing Russia’s moves into Ukraine. The most enormous unintended consequence of U.S. foreign policy has been to drive Russia and China together, along with Iran, Central Asia and other countries along the Belt and Road initiative.



    Russia dreamed of creating a new world order, but it was U.S. adventurism that has driven the world into an entirely new order – one that looks to be dominated by China as the default winner now that the European economy is essentially torn apart and America is left with what it has grabbed from Russia and Afghanistan, but without the ability to gain future support.



    And everything that I have written above may already be obsolete as Russia and the U.S. have gone on atomic alert. My only hope is that Putin and Biden can agree that if Russia hydrogen bombs Britain and Brussels, that there will be a devil’s (not gentleman’s) agreement not to bomb each other.



    With such talk I’m brought back to my discussions with Herman Kahn 50 years ago. He became quite unpopular for writing Thinking about the Unthinkable, meaning atomic war. As he was parodied in Dr. Strangelove, he did indeed say that there would indeed be survivors. But he added that for himself, he hoped to be right under the atom bomb, because it was not a world in which he wanted to survive.



    In this article, Dr. Hudson, reveals the immense hegemonic power the US has throughout the world. (This is especially true in the EU.)
    He identifies the three key elements that compose its “hegemony.”
    The MIC (The US Military Complex)
    The OGAM (The titans of Gas, Oil)
    The FIRE Sector (the US Financial Powers)

    Please read about these three forces, then ask yourself: does Russia have any chance of success in the Ukraine when forced to face The MIC, OGAM, & its FIRE SECTOR?


    Three Controlling Oligarchies: Jews, Jooz, and Juze.


    Muslims constitute the smallest community in Germany. In fact, they are the smallest in every nation in Europe, US, Australia nd Canada. The biggest are Jews who are in control of everything from politicians to banks, followed by paedophiles.


    The sad irony here is that Putin has been framed by the western media as Hitler v2.0. No amount of Hitler style rant’s about “denazification”, which remind so much of Hitler’s rants about Jews, will get Putin off the hook. Putin has now been cast as an anti-semite jew hating Nazi by the Zio-media. Nothing NATO does makes sense.



    He is an idiot for calling a country run by Jews “NAZI”.


    UNZ:
    America Defeats Germany for the Third Time in a Century 02 III 2022.

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    Right now there are many people who are having an ecstatic moment of vicarious nationalism through their Ukrainian proxy, like a dog that has been confined for too long and now gets to go outside for a bit on his master's leash. But the values of peoplehood and sovereignty are immediately confounded and substituted with freedom-liberalism and representative-oligarchic republicanism. They are lured by the scent of a nationalist five-star buffet, only to have their nose dunked into an American value burger with freedom fries, drenched in Latvian vodka and French wine, pooling in the gutter.

    It is this bait-and-switch that defines Han Chinese mass migration as an act of aggression when perpetrated against Tibetans and Uyghur Turks, but redefines it as love, peace and understanding when perpetrated against the people of Australia and Canada. The Dalai Lama at least had the decency to say that "Germany cannot become an Arab country" instead of gloating and grinning about it like our enemies in the west and east.

    When Scholz announced the federal republic's rearmament under the "fat chicken" incarnation of the divine imperial eagle, my heart was heavy with nostalgia and yearning. A stuttering and mumbling announcement without weight. Like a football match in Berlin's Olympic Stadium when you would have preferred to go to Nuremberg instead.

    Militarism is good, of course, and the new army can be used for any purpose under a new regime, but I am already tired of whiny Jewish voices coming from Ukraine with increasingly extravagant demands issued against the German nation, without a hint of gratitude for the billions in German funds and German property that have already been embezzled in pursuit of their worthless cause.

    It is a second Poland in the making if Russia fails, the Christ of Europe brimming with martyr wounds and good-boy-points and an overbearing sense of entitlement against everyone else, because they were always first to fight for the enemy that is destroying our nations. And when the new focus of their society is set to establish consensual necrosexuality and auto-erotic amputations as grand human rights achievements, they might wonder where it all went wrong. Why is it that "black lives matter" and "Arab lives matter", but Ukrainian lives don't matter anymore?

    I guess they can still vote for Brexit then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Smithwick View Post




    I think the Putin speech is useful to understand his way of looking at the world.

    Putin says Russia is multi-ethnic... "and always has been".

    He calls LGTB+ "unnatural".

    He understands the Ukraine and former Soviet occupied areas as being part of Russia's sphere of influence.

    He even goes as far as calling the Ukrainian military leaders comrades "tobarish", as if both were still fellow Soviets and part of the red army.
    Basically, Putin is a form of Soviet conservative, who clings to an old order that is no longer there and he also seems to accept will never return.

    Given his background and upbringing, you could say he is a product of his environment mixed with some healthy patriotism and male tendencies to look after his tribe. It also becomes clear from what he says throughout the video that he has come to hate and despise the US-lead western powers.

    However, he is wrong when he calls the Ukrainian regime nazis. If anything, he could/should be more nationalistic and remove the pro-Western liberal government there and instead install a pro-Slavic one. The Soviet unions was bad but the EU is much, much worse, even if Eastern Europeans have not yet experienced the worst downsides of it. The main threat to Ukraine is not Russia, Nazis or even the Soviet union. The main threats are immigration, feminism and low birthrates. Far more than Putin, "the West" hates Nazis, nation states and nationalism. Maybe Vladimir ought to ask himself why?

    He is wrong if he seriously thinks a US presence in Ukraine is somehow comparable to the German presence on the Soviet border in 1941 (lol that he actually said that. Sounds insane as the historical situations are just too different and incomparable.)

    More fundamentally, he is wrong as to who his tribe is. He should fight for Slavic peoples and to make Russia more Russian rather than to perpetuate a multi-ethnic entity "because it has always been".

    Still better than any Western head of state, though, with whom we would agree on absolutely nothing.

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    MI6 Chief Faces Backlash For Saying Ukraine War Is About LGBT Rights

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    Is this supposed to motivate Ukrainian nationalists or demoralize them?”


    The head of MI6, who includes his preferred pronouns in his Twitter bio, faced backlash for suggesting that a large part of the war in Ukraine was about “LGBT+ rights.”

    Richard Moore (he/him), leader of Britain’s Secret Intelligence Service, made the comments in a Twitter thread.

    “With the tragedy and destruction unfolding so distressingly in Ukraine, we should remember the values and hard won freedoms that distinguish us from Putin, none more than LGBT+ rights. So let’s resume our series of tweets to mark #LGBTHM2022,” he wrote.

    “Is this supposed to motivate Ukrainian nationalists or demoralize them?” asked Chris Menahan.

    Other Twitter users reacted with a mixture of confusion and derision.

    “Yes, the values of Western civilization didn’t exist until the creation of LGBTQIA2S+ rights in the 1960s. You virtue signalling idiot. The only hard won freedom I want is from woke ideologues like you,” added another.

    Infowars

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    RT.com is being banned in the EU:

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...european-union


    The more I think about it the more I admire the Russians. The Ukrainians under their Jewish leader should stop resisting. I absolutely loved how RT.com interviewed Jesse Ventura numerous times about 911. They interviewed Oliver Stone and several others about JFK's murder. They talked about investigating the moon landings. They talked about how our countries are white low birth rate, becoming too fagotty, and drug addicted.

    Putin's coming to Ukraine to protect those Slavic genes from Western lies lol.

    We need a reservation system for our people and our own ethnic-nationalist faith, where we'll have sermons about our people and nations, real history, science, philosophy, etc., in addition to our older religions. Throw in some open bar nights, comedy club hours, music and dance, etc., and it'll be a cracker barrel of good times lol.

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