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Revenge of the Putin-Nazis!

CJ Hopkins

And they’re back! It’s like one of those 1960s Hammer Film Productions horror-movie series with Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee … Return of the Putin-Nazis! Revenge of the Putin-Nazis! Return of the Revenge of the Bride of the Putin-Nazis!

And this time they are not horsing around with stealing elections from Hillary Clinton with anti-masturbation Facebook ads. They are going straight for “Democracy’s” jugular!

Yes, that’s right, folks, Vladimir Putin, leader of the Putin-Nazis and official “Evil Dictator of the Day,” has launched a Kamikaze attack on the United Forces of Goodness (and Freedom) to provoke us into losing our temper and waging a global thermonuclear war that will wipe out the entire human species and most other forms of life on earth!

I’m referring, of course, to Putin’s inexplicable and totally unprovoked invasion of Ukraine, a totally peaceful, Nazi-free country which was just sitting there minding its non-Nazi business, singing Kumbaya, and so on, and not in any way collaborating with or being cynically used by GloboCap to menace and eventually destabilize Russia so that the GloboCap boys can get back in there and resume the Caligulan orgy of “privatization” they enjoyed throughout the 1990s.

No, clearly, Putin has just lost his mind, and has no strategic objective whatsoever (other than the total extermination of humanity), and is just running around the Kremlin shouting “DROP THE BOMBS! EXTERMINATE THE BRUTES!” all crazy-eyed and with his face painted green like Colonel Kurtz in Apocalypse Now … because what other explanation is there?

Or … OK, sure, there are other explanations, but they’re all just “Russian disinformation” and “Putin-Nazi propaganda” disseminated by “Putin-apologizing, Trump-loving, discord-sowing racists,” “transphobic, anti-vax conspiracy theorists,” “Covid-denying domestic extremists,” and other traitorous blasphemers and heretics, who are being paid by Putin to infect us with doubt, historical knowledge, and critical thinking, because they hate us for our freedom … or whatever.

Let’s take a quick look at some of that “Russian disinformation” and “propaganda,” purely to inoculate ourselves against it. We need to be familiar with it, so we can switch off our minds and shout thought-terminating clichés and official platitudes at it whenever we encounter it on the Internet.

It might be a little uncomfortable to do this, but just think of it as a Russian-propaganda “vaccine,” like an ideological mRNA fact-check booster (guaranteed to be “safe and effective”)!

OK, the first thing we need to look at, and dismiss, and deny, and pretend we never learned about, is this nonsense about “Ukrainian Nazis.”

Just because Ukraine is full of neo-Nazis, and recent members of its government were neo-Nazis, and its military has neo-Nazi units (e.g., the notorious Azov Battalion), and it has a national holiday celebrating a Nazi, and government officials hang his portrait in their offices, andthe military and neo-Nazi militias have been  terrorizing and murdering ethnic Russians sincethe USA and the Forces of Goodness supported and stage-managed a “revolution” (i.e., a coup) back in 2014 with the assistance of a  lot of neo-Nazis … that doesn’t mean Ukraine has a “Nazi problem.”

After all, its current president is Jewish!

If a traitor mentions the Ukrainian Nazis, switch your mind off as quickly as you can and hit them with that thought-terminating cliché … “THE PRESIDENT OF THE UKRAINE IS JEWISH!” Or “EVERY COUNTRY HAS NAZIS!” That’s another good one!

The other thing we need to look at, and dismiss, and never think about again, is the role the United Forces of Goodness played in orchestrating this mess, starting with how members of the US government stage-managed that coup in 2014, and how they funded and worked with known neo-Nazis — not secret, dog-whistling, half-assed Nazis, but big fat, Jew-hating, Sieg-heiling Nazis — to foment and eventually execute it.

All that, of course, is just “Russian propaganda,” despite the fact that it has been thoroughly documented, not just by the usual “conspiracy theory outlets,” but by official mouthpieces of the Forces of Goodness, like the BBCThe Nation, and even The Guardian.

If some Putin-Nazi traitor mentions these facts (or sends you links to the numerous articles documenting the 2014 coup), again, switch your mind off immediately and shout “ANCIENT HISTORY! ANCIENT HISTORY!” and then shoot yourself up with a massive “booster” of fact-checked Truth from the Forces-of-Goodness media.

I recommend The Guardian and The New York Times, but if you want to go directly to the source, just follow Illia Ponomarenko of the Kyiv Independent on Twitter. I’m sure that Illia and his neo-Nazi Azov-Battalion “brothers in arms” will cleanse you of all that “disinformation” and “Putin-Nazi propaganda.”

OK, that’s enough “inoculation” for now.

We don’t want to expose ourselves to too much of that stuff, or we’re liable to end up supporting the wrong Nazis.

Fortunately, the United Forces of Goodness (and Freedom) are censoring most of it anyway, and instead are feeding us sentimental stories, like the one about “the Ghost of Kyiv,” the completely fictional Ukrainian fighter pilot who shot down the entire Putin-Nazi Air Force while delivering pithy one-liners like Bruce Willis in the Die Hard films!

As The New York Times explained, fake stories like that, or the one about the Snake Island martyrs who told the Russians to “go fuck themselves,” and then were genocided by a Putin-Nazi kill squad, but then turned up alive a few days later, are not disinformation, and even if they are, it doesn’t matter, because they’re good for morale!

And that’s the important thing, after all. If we’re ever going to defeat these Putin-Nazis, and the imaginary apocalyptic plague, and Trump, and terrorism, and domestic extremism, and climate change, and racism, and whatever, we need to keep the Western masses whipped up into a perpetual state of utterly mindless, hate-drunk hysteria like an eternal episode of the Two Minutes Hate from Orwell’s 1984.

It doesn’t really matter who the masses are being told to hate this week … the Russians, the Unvaccinated, the Terrorists, the Populists, the Assad-Apologists, the Conspiracy Theorists, the Anti-Vaxxers, the Disinformationists … or whoever. In the end, there is only one enemy, the enemy of the United Forces of Goodness, the enemy of the unaccountable, supranational global-capitalist empire (or “GloboCap” as I like to call it).

This multiplicitous, Goldstein-like enemy of GloboCap is an internal enemy. GloboCap has no external enemies. It dominates the entire planet. It is one big global-capitalist world. It has been for the last 30 years or so.

Most of us can’t quite get our heads around that bit of reality yet, so we still see the world as a competition between sovereign nation states, like the USA and Russia. It is not. Yes, there are still nation states, and they compete with each other (like corporations compete for advantage within the system they comprise), but the fundamental conflict of our age is a global counter-insurgency op.

What we’ve been experiencing for the last 30 years, over and over, in many different forms, is a globally hegemonic power system carrying out a “Clear and Hold” operation. GloboCap has been gradually destabilizing, restructuring, and privatizing the post-Cold-War world, first, in Eastern Europe and the Greater Middle East, and, more recently, here at home in the Western nations. For those not familiar with the term “Clear and Hold”…

“Clear and hold is a counter-insurgency strategy in which military personnel clear an area of guerrillas or other insurgents, and then keep the area clear of insurgents while winning the support of the populace for the government and its policies.”

Take a minute and think about that. Think about the last two years. Think about the last 30 years.

Seriously, just as an exercise, imagine GloboCap as an occupying army and the entire world as the territory it is occupying. Imagine GloboCap establishing control, targeting and neutralizing a variety of insurgencies…any insurgency, regardless of its nature, any and all resistance to its occupation, or lack of support for its “government and policies.”

It does not matter who the insurgents are…diehard communists, Islamic fundamentalists, nationalists, populists…it makes no difference.

The occupation couldn’t care less what they believe in or why they’re resisting. The objective of the op is to control the territory and get the populace on board with the new “reality.”

Welcome to the new reality … a “reality” in which “history has stopped [and] nothing exists except an endless present in which the Party is always right.”

Yes, I know you are sick of me quoting Orwell, but, given the circumstances, I cannot help it.

Just reflect on how seamlessly GloboCap segued from the Apocalyptic Pandemic narrative back to the Putin-Nazi narrative, which had seamlessly replaced the War on Terror narrative in the Summer of 2016, and how instantly the New Normals switched from hating “the Unvaccinated” to hating the Russians, and then scold me again for quoting Orwell.

Look, I hate to disappoint Edward Norton and millions of other fanatical liberals, but the USA is not going to war with Russia, or not intentionally in any event.

Russia has ballistic missiles with thermonuclear warheads on them. This isn’t a rerun of World War II. And it isn’t World War III, or the Cold War redux. That is not what is happening in the Ukraine.

What is happening in Ukraine is, Russia is not playing ball. For some reason, it does not want to be destabilized, and restructured, and privatized by GloboCap. It is acting like a sovereign nation state … which it is, and isn’t, which paradoxical fact GloboCap is trying to impress on Russiajust as countries throughout the global-capitalist empire impressed it on us for the past two yearsas Trudeau impressed it on those protesters in Ottawa when he cancelled their rights and went full-fascist.

What is happening is, Russia is rebelling against GloboCap, and, unlike the other rebellious parties that GloboCap has been dealing with recently, Russia has thermonuclear weapons.

I’m not trying to tell you who to root for. Root for GloboCap if you want. I’m just urging you, before you fly over to “Kyiv” and join the fight against the Putin-Nazis, or make a jackass of yourself on the Internet shrieking for nuclear Armageddon, or fire-bomb your local Russian restaurant, or beat the crap out of some Russian-looking person, to maybe take a moment or two and try to understand what is actually going on, and who the major players actually are, and where GloboCap’s efforts to “clear and hold” the entire planet are inexorably taking us.

I know, that’s a lot to ask these days, but I can’t help thinking about all those nukes, and the fallibility of human beings, and yes, all the non-Nazi Ukrainians who are going to needlessly suffer and die while we watch the action on TV, and root for our favorite characters to win, and so on…as if it were a fucking movie.

CJ Hopkins is an award-winning American playwright, novelist and political satirist based in Berlin. His plays are published by Bloomsbury Publishing and Broadway Play Publishing, Inc. His dystopian novel, Zone 23, is published by Snoggsworthy, Swaine & Cormorant. Volumes I and II of his Consent Factory Essays are published by Consent Factory Publishing, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Amalgamated Content, Inc. He can be reached at cjhopkins.com or consentfactory.org.

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Berlin Beerman
Berlin Beerman
Mar 10, 2022 7:42 PM

I have been trying to figure out who set the trap for the US, UK, Australia and that degenrateTrudeau up in Canada? All fingers point to Davos and that fine but why?

Did they not play the good little fascists game well enough? Sure they did.

I doubt that Russia and China planned it out this well. Sure they pounced on it when the trap was sprung on the west but who came up with it.

So could it be that Davos is fed up with Claus and the WEF NGO? could it be that they are moving on. The EU wants to make its now rules and Germany was the unsuspecting twat that led the west up the garden path right into it. Obviously they were not in on it.

Macron will now try to build his little EU army as NATO dissolves, well April may prove to be a bit harder to survive politically. Hence his ecstatic running back and forth prior to the de-nazification of Europe. He had to ensure Mr.Putin did not get cold feet on behalf of Davos. Just don’t tell heir Scholz.

Anyone have an idea here they wish to add.

Tollef Ås
Tollef Ås
Mar 10, 2022 5:08 PM

Your question was this, good pod Hopkins:

“Is the West, now subordinate China proxy, actually China attacking Russia using the appearance of the West?”

Having been an interpreter for Chinese officialdom visiting Scandinavia (hired by Scandinavian governments — not by Chinese), I daresay this:
Chinese officialdom and academia are too well versed in both game theory and in the 36 strategemes propopsed by Sünzĭ to ever be fooled again by the Atlantis intrigues of the North Atlantic attakers (nor by Aussie stupidity — but at times by the smartasses of Singapore!).
The Chinese are thankful that the three thousand yuear old threat of being attacked from their North has now thankfully come to an end.

tish
tish
Mar 9, 2022 10:39 PM

Don’t worry America has closed mcdonalds in Russia……a ceasefire will follow faster than you can say thermonuclear war head. I feel another Russian revolution coming on !

Tollef Ås
Tollef Ås
Mar 10, 2022 5:22 PM
Reply to  tish

Malnutrition can be fun — or was it “Masturbation can be fun” by Frank Zappa? I hear and read US of North A soldiers are stilll getting fed with Burger King royal crap even along their attack formation lines, and get fermetation-constipated, During my student days I found a big pack of US “C rations” lying in a neighbours garden and it kept me still and sane for three weeks up intil final excams — resulting in an “A+” grade. Doubt very much McDonalds could turn that trick for me!

At ges six thru eight, my parents often took me and my younger siblings to MacDonalds in Ann Arbor, Michigan. But orly for ice creams. For hamburgers or hot-dogs, only to the sleazy small shops thet would have been freuented by Dag-Oberts of comic fame, who preserved the grand traditions of real hamburgers as they were concieved thru divine innoculation of the Virgin Maru´y once in HAmbiúrg when the Hansastadt Hamburg was still a sizeraighnity of Danish Viking kings or Queens,

Rene
Rene
Mar 9, 2022 10:17 PM

I say,Off-G, you should put sequential numbers to the left of commenters icons. The next commenter would get the next chronological number, (plus a sub-letter of an existing number, if they were replying to someone).
Something that always happens, which you must have noticed, is that somewhere down the ‘scroll’ the subject changes, and at the moment, although I can scroll down counting comments, it’s not transparent as to quite how the implied agenda has wandered.
The quantitative aspect I suggest above would assist in considering factors which affect communication. It could be anything; perhaps average short term memory size, or it could be the centimetres from the article that a comment appears. I think it has to do with the number of people ‘in the room’, as it were; at large meetings there are always people being ‘impertinent’, but at smaller meetings not so much so.
I wish I could code and simply present you with the thing itself, rather than suggest.

Berlin Beerman
Berlin Beerman
Mar 9, 2022 5:47 PM

People, and I use that description lightly when it comes to certain countries, who have been showing outrage for months if not years about the neo liberal agenda or as I call it the post modern neoliberal movement, have been delivered the perfect option complete in its decisive soon to be destruction of their arch nemesis.

So what do they do?

Well what any loyal degenerate does, they don’t see it. No instead they all join up and hold hands with the same imbeciles they were angry with a few minutes ago.

Take Fox media, take Megyan Kelly, take some of my friends. All gone completely mad.

Instead of questioning the illegal actions that are in effect seizing assets of individuals in the West and the removal of news organizations from the West. All this is being done illegally but what the hell?

For the most part the West has gone completely mad and to be honest, Germany and France need to start asking some serious questions. Their citizens are a disgrace to humanity. I expected more from these so called people.

Steve Hayes
Steve Hayes
Mar 9, 2022 4:04 PM

Is it not remarkable that so soon after Victoria Nuland is back in the US State Department, the US government notices that Russia is threatening the Ukraine and must be stopped?

Clyde
Clyde
Mar 9, 2022 10:29 PM
Reply to  Steve Hayes

A slightlier uglier, dumber, nastier Henry Kissinger.

mariusmioc
mariusmioc
Mar 9, 2022 2:26 PM

A very bad article of the usually good writer mr. Hopkins.
First of all, we should understand that Putin is not a fighter for democracy but just a tyran like in other countries, but with some different interests. He is not against the „Great Reset” and WEF agenda but is part of it. He is one of the Young Global leaders from the school of Klaus Schwab
https://youtu.be/xc2JZ8mq2Ec

President of Russia Vladimir Putin: Mr Schwab, dear Klaus, Colleagues,
I have been to Davos many times, attending the events organised by Mr Schwab, even back in the 1990s. Klaus [Schwab] just recalled that we met in 1992. Indeed, during my time in St Petersburg, I visited this important forum many times. I would like to thank you for this opportunity today to convey my point of view to the expert community that gathers at this world-renowned platform thanks to the efforts of Mr Schwab.
http://en.kremlin.ru/events/president/news/64938

Russia was the first country which developed a covid vaccine and started covid vaccination and it also imposed covid restrictions. Now Putin, as all other leaders who used the covid scam, need a way out and a war is good for that.
The article is implying that if you label your opponents as „fascist” you can justify any action against them, including killings. Labelling opponents as fascists as an excuse for oppression was used in the covid plandemic everywhere, but this is not making it acceptable. At least, not acceptable for people who value freedom. In this days the „fascist” label is just a propaganda tool.
We should should promote free speech absolutism which include free speech for fascists. https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/1499976967105433600

Regarding Ukrainian desire to join NATO it is understandable exactly because Russia is an aggressive neighbour. Ukraine didnt ask to join NATO to invade russian teritorry but just to defend its own teritorry. Whatever faults NATO has for Ukraine ther is no other ally available against Russian aggresivness. Is like in WW2 when Western powers allied with Stalin, who was a dictator, but it was the only valid option against Hitler.

Clyde
Clyde
Mar 9, 2022 9:34 PM
Reply to  mariusmioc

You’re absolutely ridiculous.
NATO is a US war machine.
The US has overthrown at least sixty governments since 1945.
The US has bombed at minimum of thirty countries since 1945.
NATO attacked Yugoslavia in 1999.
NATO attacked Afghanistan in 2001.
NATO partners attacked Iraq in 2003.
NATO attacked Libya in 2011.
NATO attacked Syria in 2011.
NATO exists to fight Russia.
The US has nuclear weapons that they control in multiple NATO countries in Europe.
There is no comparable history of Russian behaviour.
Your characterization of Stalin as a “dictator” in the context of imperialist, militarist expanionism is from the realm of Reader’s Digest.
Putin was installed to further US control in Russia. He was the wrong candidate.
Putin has followed neoliberal economic policies in Russia in an attempt to join the G8 as a partner, up to his request to join NATO in 200.
US policy is to treat Russia as a rival on the Eurasian landmass.
The US actively conducts hybrid war against Russia.
The Ukraine is a US puppet state, and it’s people have been co-opted and weaponized against Russia.
Covid wass a vast, highly complicated international military operation aimed at decoupling the US from China, maintaining US control over Europe, and conditioning the western populations to a new way of life under digital control in a completely privatized economic system.
Russia, as a nationalist entity whose internal policies are predicated on conservatism and the Orthodox religion, is not a good match for the US financier global plans, which are rooted in identitarianism.
The Ukraine is awash in bona fide twentieth-century stye fascists, and their detritus wields signifcant power in Canada, and to a lesser extent, the US.
If you try to equate Putin with Hitler in this context, you are an imbecile or a Ukrainian. There are only two options.

mariusmioc
mariusmioc
Mar 9, 2022 10:59 PM
Reply to  Clyde

If NATO attacked Yugoslavia, Afganistan and others, this is an excuse for Russia to attack Ukraine? In fact, the Russian attack in Ukraine is legitimizing NATO attacks in other countries. Is normalizing the situation that a powerfull country can attack a weaker country when it want.

James Scott
James Scott
Mar 10, 2022 5:21 AM
Reply to  mariusmioc

The USA using NATO has been trying to militarize Ukraine’s 1226 mile long flatland border with Russia. They wanted to force Russia to defend the giant hard to defend border to break their economy. Russia had the obligation to its people to stop it from happening.

If Russia tried to do the same to the Mexican border with the USA we would have the right to occupy Mexico just like Russia has the right to occupy Ukraine.

You are slow or dishonest. I think its a lot of both.

Invisible Man
Invisible Man
Mar 11, 2022 12:41 AM
Reply to  Clyde

Great incisive post, Clyde. You gotta wonder what Kool Aid mariusmioc is drinking.

dr death
dr death
Mar 9, 2022 1:44 PM

hopkins is always whining about nazi’s himself in fact he’s a bona fide nazi authority.. perhaps now that he has come face to face with the uselessness of whining about ‘nazi’s’..the nazi’s the nazi’s… Nazi NAZI NaZI nazi nazi’ssss and the SS… and the overall idiocy of entertaining such nonsense ..working for the ‘enemy’ so to speak..

he may invoke the Gods of creative writing rather that wearing out tired old regime ‘tropes’ …

The nazi’s are long gone you imbeciles… have a good long look at who you are really dealing with…

Clyde
Clyde
Mar 9, 2022 9:36 PM
Reply to  dr death

The Nazis are not long gone. The Ukrainian far-right are bona fide Nazis, who dress in SS regalia and give Hitler salutes. That is not just a weirdo fringe, but the core of Ukrainian nationalists, including those in the “diaspora” like the kooks in Canada, including Freeland.
The most amusing and pathetic aspect of this is that NATO are training a “white supremacist” insurgent group, a “Nazi” Isis, if you will, to be used against the Russians, all the while claiming that the core of this movement is white supremacy in Russia.
You’re quite a douche, if you don’t mind me saying so.

James Scott
James Scott
Mar 10, 2022 5:23 AM
Reply to  Clyde

The NAZI’s were correct. How much more do you need to see to figure this out? There were no death camps and the Hollowco$t is a lie so spare me the fake hysteria.

Koba
Koba
Mar 21, 2022 9:38 AM
Reply to  James Scott

James do me a favour. Get 1000 of your fellow thinkers and put your money where your mouth is (I know when I say what I’m about to say you’re going to mention that video of four lads walking into a “gas chamber”) get into a gas chamber and we will hoy some Zyklon b in and if you live you live. If you don’t, you don’t.

McMurphy
McMurphy
Mar 11, 2022 8:49 AM
Reply to  dr death

I see 77th Brigade at al have completely re-oriented their misinformation campaign from advancing the Great Reset agenda and protecting Big Pharma interests, to what they do best – War Propaganda.

Technocracy Unsustainable
Technocracy Unsustainable
Mar 9, 2022 11:42 AM

Putin may be declaring war on the Straussians (neocons), but there is also this:

Herman Gref, CEO of Russia’s largest bank, Sber, is on the Board of Trustees of the WEF. Here, James Corbett interviews Riley Waggaman about how life in Russia is in full lockstep with the great reset agenda. Are US and Russia really so different?
https://www.corbettreport.com/waggaman-ukraine/

Sophie - Admin1
Admin
Sophie - Admin1
Mar 9, 2022 12:19 PM

Why would you think Putin was declaring war on the Straussians?

dr death
dr death
Mar 9, 2022 1:49 PM

ooooh!… the ‘strausians’ aren’t they the sworn enemies of the ‘nazi’s’ Soph? may I call you ‘Soph’?

It means ‘wisdom’ you know….

Clyde
Clyde
Mar 9, 2022 9:42 PM
Reply to  dr death

Might I call you “Dr. Douche”? No mysteries about the meaning of that. Putin has attempted to insert Russia into the neoliberal economic order, but as a player of deserving of higher standing vis-a-vis the US. Putin’s position in his own country is unique as he exists as an alternative to socialism. The US wants an Atlantacist stooge in charge, like Yeltsin was, but that program was headed for collapse and some kind of socialist revolt against the neoliberal capitalist rape of the country.
Russian nationalism just doesn’t fit with identitarian globalism.
James Corbett is a smart fellow, but either a very silly person due to ideolgical bias, or significantly disingenous. Corbett frequently and consistently denigrates the concept of “collectivism”, in the face of “indificual economic freedom” that has resulted in rule by a tiny elite of speculative financiers.
News flash for Corbett lovers: your garden and bitcoin aren’t really going to stave off the predation of Soros, Fink, Gates, Musk, Bezos, etc.
Try going one on one with them. Best of luck!

Berlin Beerman
Berlin Beerman
Mar 9, 2022 2:22 PM

I would be on that board too if invited. Would want to see it for myself. Kind of having the inside track. Not necessarily a smoking gun. It depends on the individual and the position they hold outside of the WEF.

rraa
rraa
Mar 9, 2022 4:54 PM

Yes, the US and Russia are very, very different.

I like Corbett Report but I didn’t think much of this interview. It seems that this was the only guy Corbett could find. Edward comes across as some sort of uninformed foreigner who stumbled into an RT job and has become a de facto expert just for being in the right place at the right time while being an English speaker. He talks a lot about Sberbank’s role in the pandemic, digital ID, etc. etc. which is all fine….but then conflates that with Putin.

Anatoly Chubais was one of the thugs on Yeltsin’s goon squad. No doubt he is up to no good. To cite Chubais’ actions as proof of whatever Putin is up to is a bit of a stretch.

People talk about Russia or China as if Xi and Putin are omnipotent dictators, either fighting against the “globalist” agenda or being “in on it” depending on what you want to believe. Both countries are huge and highly decentralized in governance with a huge amount of industry. I find it hard to believe that they don’t have their own enemies and power struggles to deal with. To attribute everything that happens in a country to the leader is for me just an indication of how little the outsider knows about anything.

There are so many angles to this: eight years of violence against ethnic Russians, NATO expansionism, US arming of Ukraine, the biolabs, hanging on to Crimea, past experience with Georgia, justice for the Odessa killers, US exceptionalism, what does MICIMATT want? etc. etc.

On RT Crosstalk, Dmitry Babich who has been talking about this issue for years, had this to say: Russians were really shocked by this military action. Almost every Russian has friends or family or connections to Ukraine so it’s very sad for all Russians that it has come to this. Nobody is gloating about Russian victories. People are serious and concerned. It’s very painful for Russians. Nobody has ever wanted a war. At the same time they are aware of the killing of civilians in Donetsk and Luhansk, of the killings in Odessa etc. It’s a painful choice to have had to make. Putin

There are people in EVERY country who are on board with the WEF agenda including in China and they’ve been placed there for that reason. But to automatically conflate that with the leader and the government is a step too far. Where the leader is a complete clown and Schwab boasts openly about it well that’s different. I’m looking at you Canada.

Frankly, I’ve seen more explicit opposition in the Duma to Putin over Ukraine than I’ve seen in two years in European or Canadian parliaments over the pandemic dictatorship.

Clyde
Clyde
Mar 9, 2022 9:50 PM
Reply to  rraa

Chubais is an out-and-out criminal. Degenerate from head-to-toe. When you have old women in the street in rags chanting for your head, you’re a scumbag.
The US has used the Ukraine as a kamikaze against Russia. MI6 kept the last round of Ukrainian kooks going for eight years, with tens of thousands of terrorist murders resulting, and the current insane Banderite philsophy surviving eight decades beyond it’s Best Before expiry date. This is a catastrophe for Ukrainians and Russians, but they are totally expendable as far as the financiers are concerned.

mgeo
mgeo
Mar 10, 2022 5:31 AM
Reply to  Clyde

+1

rraa
rraa
Mar 10, 2022 12:15 PM
Reply to  Clyde

“they are totally expendable”…sadly that is so. And not only them, all the cheerleaders in the EU do not care their won populations will be caught in the crossfire, if not through military action then through unemployment and their electricity bills and the taxpayer bailouts for the big banks and companies that will lose through sanctions. EU SMEs suffering from sanctions will be left to die. I’m not trying to downplay the horror of war relative to mere economic misery, just saying that it is stupid to cheer it on.

mgeo
mgeo
Mar 10, 2022 5:30 AM
Reply to  rraa

as if Xi and Putin are omnipotent dictators, either fighting against the “globalist” agenda or being “in on it”
The propagandists assign people to cover different audiences. The aim is to corral all of them into neo-liberal slavery.

rraa
rraa
Mar 10, 2022 12:15 PM
Reply to  mgeo

Yes, that seems to be so.

NixonScraypes
NixonScraypes
Mar 9, 2022 11:01 AM

Five stars. CJ on top of his game. CJ sticks it to the Retardian. CJ for PM.- Just a few of the gushing reviews censored by the mainstream.

Berlin Beerman
Berlin Beerman
Mar 9, 2022 5:23 AM

Russia has not being playing ball for some time now, circa 1999.

Arguably, back then the underwriters of the so called oligarchs was what is described above in the article as the GoboCap brigade.

Your correct in the assumption that Russia and others have been standing up to this restructuring for some time now. Its about maintaining their sovereign statehoods and taking care of their own people by taking care of their own country which comes first.

Why’s is this considered to be evil in todays world? It’s not. What is evil is the hypocrisy of GloboCap’s agenda as it pretends to want the best for all when the reality is the complete opposite which will be achieved through the complete control of the individual via its new reality. Own nothing and be happy. Eat shit and be safe.

So the Ukrainian event has been planned out rather well I now come to think. This has been planned for some time with the key players being Russia, India, China and to some extent UAE and the EU.

Their agenda: destabilize the key solicitors of the GloboCap. Its working.

Just look at who blinked. Poland plays a brilliant chess move with the MIG fighters, US blinks.

Russia plays a brilliant chess move to allow its central bank to be sanctioned, demands US, Japan, UK, Australia, Canada and other degenerates pay in Rubbles, and what happens is it forces the US to stop importing oil from Russia. It now turns to Iran and Venezuela who have already been told how to play this. US blinks again.

Zelensky winked during his speech today …. well it may have been a blink but I think we get it that he’s about ready to get on a plane.

Russia sends in second tier divisions. This is not a show of force. The EU play the US and UK even thou some German politicians did not get the script. Even Macron got it.

So who’s left holding their dicks? Yup you guessed it. I feel rather sorry for Boris. I think he saw it a few days into the event but well the train had already left and he’s basically got till the end of the year to find some oil and gas.

Canada may survive somewhat if they force an election in the winter and restart their energy program in the west if oil prices stay high. Highly doubtful their economy will survive past this year. Expect their housing bubble to pop with a few months. No GDP to speak of.

Australia is done, well it was done last year but its managed to hold on but no more. New eland oddly enough has an intelligent foreign minister so I think they may work out.

Japan is already sucking China’s dick so hard it may cause another earthquake.

Finally we see some balls in the arena. Too bad the Ukrainian people had to suffer at the hands of their own paramilitary degenerates. They bomb their own, they destroy their cities and demoralize their citizens. Ever wonder why the Ukrainian nuclear plants and even the terrorist temptation of Chernobyl is being co-guarded by the real military of Ukraine with Russian forces ? The ones that are not fighting. Only the Globocap backed AZOV are fighting and not for long.

Kathy
Kathy
Mar 9, 2022 7:02 PM
Reply to  Berlin Beerman

I agree this could well be planned. I hope it will work. After all in this US/UK alliance the EU end up as pawns to US/UK empire take over and therefor collateral damage. Unable to do anything but capitulate to US control of oil and gas prices etc. Russia really can not afford for this to fail. And the US/UK are slippery fish. I think the US/UK may well have been planning either a false flag or an attack on Donbass or Russia which Putin preempted and moved first evacuating those in the Donbass region to safety before the US/UK UKraine moved.Considering they kept saying Putin would attack they seemed as though they were a little caught when it actually happened. I think Zelenski really thought that NATO would come to his aid but this cant be seen to happen as it would be the west that triggers WW3. The EU NATO countries not being so keen. Rightly so as it will be them who are in the firing line first. The risk is that the continual propaganda, including Zelenskis unprecedented appearance in UK parliament may gain enough traction to gain public support to start it. The speech writers must have been up for days trying to create just the right level of Churchillien stance and gravitas to it. It definitely seems as though Poland snookered US with the war planes as US was quite happy to state Poland would be sending them after Poland had told Blinkin no. It certainly got US to back off when it was their air base that they would be sent to and from.

Invisible Man
Invisible Man
Mar 11, 2022 12:51 AM
Reply to  Kathy

Interesting posts, Kathy and Berlin.

mgeo
mgeo
Mar 10, 2022 5:38 AM
Reply to  Berlin Beerman

Dmitry Khalezov, a former member of the Soviet military force dealing with nuclear, bio and chemical threats, explained clearly that the Chernobyl disaster was arson.

GR-Watch
GR-Watch
Mar 9, 2022 4:51 AM

imagine GloboCap as an occupying army and the entire world as the territory it is occupying. Imagine GloboCap establishing control, targeting and neutralizing a variety of insurgencies”

why imagine when it is real? i think the word imagine is redundant in this context.

Jeremy Rees
Jeremy Rees
Mar 8, 2022 7:51 PM

It’s the god awful purple war prose and backdrops of little girls that get me.

Sgt Oddball
Sgt Oddball
Mar 9, 2022 12:04 AM
Reply to  Jeremy Rees

…Dead young females have been a staple literary trope since… – *Psssshhhhhwwwwww*… – Since before there was literature, even… – Feminism has noted, commented on and analyzed this in considerable depth over the years…

…- When you understand who has always tightly controlled the publication of literature, in all its forms, throughout history, and to what ‘gods’, in their twisted voodoo death-cult, sacrifices *Must* be made, then the persistence of this trope makes sense…

…- It’s ol’-timey mystery religion bullshit these freaks get off on… – Istarte (Ishtar)/Isis being its archetype…

michael888
michael888
Mar 9, 2022 1:13 AM
Reply to  Sgt Oddball

Whatever happened to throwing virgins into the volcanos? We have gotten away from the old ways. Not good.

Igor
Igor
Mar 8, 2022 7:19 PM

Every war is all lies.

Rhys Jaggar
Rhys Jaggar
Mar 8, 2022 6:43 PM

What’s so amazing is that we never get the whole of the media focussing on the USA and its own amazing transgressions.

Just imagine calling Biden a corrupt genocidalist for his bung taking and his sponsoring of foreign wars??

Just imagine calling Jake Sullivan a traitor for prioritising the interests of Israel over the interests of US citizens?

Just imagine exposing all the shenanigans of Blackrock and Goldman Sachs morning, noon and night?

Just imagine encouraging the overthrow of Joe Biden for ‘failure to win the war on Covid’?

Just imagine daily briefings from current- and former FSB hardliners painting the USA, its senior officials and its oligarchs as an Empire of Evil, constantly bullying Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Mexico, Guatemala, Bolivia, Venezuela, Argentina and Grenada??

It really is about time that we heard far, far more about all the evil perpetrated by Uncle Schmuel and his harridan mother-in-law based in Tel Aviv….

Berlin Beerman
Berlin Beerman
Mar 9, 2022 4:33 AM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

When the “whole of the media” is profiteering from this and the other past events, it kind of makes no sense to cut off that cashflow pipeline, even if you may need to pay the kickback in Rubbles going forward.

But we always support you calling them out. Good points you make Mr.Jaggar.

Michael McNulty
Michael McNulty
Mar 8, 2022 5:00 PM

It’s time we stopped calling them neo-Nazis and start calling them Nazis.

Sgt Oddball
Sgt Oddball
Mar 9, 2022 12:12 AM

…- As of the next 48 hours or so, onwards, I’m going to start calling them ‘Cauldroned’… 🙂

Hank
Hank
Mar 8, 2022 4:46 PM

China Demanding answers,

China urges Pentagon to open up about ‘biolabs’ in Ukraine
Speaking at a press briefing on Tuesday, however, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian claimed that, according to his country’s information, the laboratories in Ukraine are just “a tip of an iceberg” and that the US Department of Defense “controls 336 biological laboratories in 30 countries around the world.” This is done under the pretext of “cooperating to reduce biosecurity risks” and “strengthening global public health,” Zhao said.

https://www.rt.com/russia/551468-china-details-pentagon-biolabs/

mgeo
mgeo
Mar 9, 2022 5:52 AM
Reply to  Hank

By 2007, the Insane Empire had 1,300 labs for microbes and toxins rated at safety level BSL-3, besides 12 vastly more expensive ones rated at BSL-4 [asiatimes.com 2020]. They employ over 13,000 scientists. The Empire has ignored demands from China for info on (a) the earliest domestic cases (b) domestic research, e.g., at Fort Detrick.

Imperial scientists also work at ~200 labs [China Foreign Ministry 2021] in ~25 other countries. 

WHO is craven and slavish. After China allowed it to inspect its biolab at Wuhan, it could find no incriminating evidence. The Empire then ordered it to go back and look again. Till today, it is silent on the imperial biolabs.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Mar 8, 2022 4:34 PM

It helps no one to point fingers at individual participants. Everyone contributes to modern slaughterhouses… Mr. Putin has good reasons for being paranoid. >

Statement by the Chief of the Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Protection troops of the Russian Federation Armed Forces Lieutenant General Igor Kirillov (March 7, 2022): biological programs
https://t.me/mod_russia_en/60

Complete article: US BIOWEAPONS LABS IN THE UKRAINE – LT. GENERAL IGOR KIRILLOV STATEMENT – The Falling Darkness

mgeo
mgeo
Mar 9, 2022 5:53 AM

+1

igor khaburskyi
igor khaburskyi
Mar 8, 2022 4:31 PM

I am an antivax from Ukraine and I also do not like and criticize my government, which wanted to vaccinate everyone on the instructions of the WHO. But today’s events are not about vaccination and digitalization. This is a terrible war. Which began with the Russian bombing of our cities. This is a continuation of the Kremlin’s imperial ambitions. Existing centuries.
You are right. The pro-government majority of our government was a puppet of the United States and Europe. The opposition is pro-Russian. But Moscow is no better. We are now between two fires. Ukrainians are a free people. They are trying to bribe our government. They want to vaccinate and digitize us. Less than 35% of Ukrainians are vaccinated. This is less than in Russia. Personally, Klaus Schwab presented Putin with the book “4 Industrial Revolution”. Schwab called Putin “his boyfriend”. Now Russian pilots are dropping bombs on our cities

Berlin Beerman
Berlin Beerman
Mar 8, 2022 7:00 PM

Klaus says many are his friends. He lies. You believe. Whats with the “boyfriend” slur? Don’t like boys liking boys? Seems to be rather like the para military boys no?

Your correct this is not about vaccines. Its about NATO.

Stop your crying and grow the fuck up.

Manuel Cantero
Manuel Cantero
Mar 9, 2022 7:38 PM
Reply to  Berlin Beerman

Many have forgotten how Russia aided the invasion of Afghanistan by providing all the military bases in Central Asia to GlobalCap for their subsequent genocide. Not only did Putin collaborate with the false war against terrorism, he also took advantage of the situation to invade and subjugate the Chechens, even after stating that the rebels were supported by Al Qaeda (alias the USA), that is, he knows that terrorism is false but help Uncle Sam fight it, double standards = same corrupt military imperialist system as USA

Sgt Oddball
Sgt Oddball
Mar 9, 2022 12:20 AM

“This is a terrible war. Which began with the Russian bombing of our cities.”

…- Your timeline’s a little off there, Chet… – You might want to look into *Who*, exactly, commissioned and ordered the snipers to fire into the crowds in the Maidan… – Maybe draw your line there…

(…Clue: – ‘Yats’ was ‘their guy’, apparently…)

michael888
michael888
Mar 9, 2022 1:27 AM
Reply to  Sgt Oddball

And the 14,000 killed in the Donbass fro 2014- now (over 80% the ethnic Russian Ukrainians in the breakaway states). Maybe if Ukrainian NAZIs hadn’t killed those people and burnt 40-100 alive in Odessa, Putin might have left Ukraine to Biden and Hunter (who dropped the Ukrainian per capita 50% from 2013 thru 2016, when VP Biden nominally left office. Corruptin in Ukraine? Say it’s not so!)
Why does this feel like another Oil War? To the Last Ukanian! And to Your Health!

mgeo
mgeo
Mar 9, 2022 5:57 AM
Reply to  michael888

+1

mgeo
mgeo
Mar 9, 2022 5:55 AM

You are trying to distract from the article. Try harder.

Apsara
Apsara
Mar 9, 2022 8:31 AM

Thank you for your more balanced view. If I understand correctly the Ukraine and more importantly the Ukrainian people are in the middle of 2 globalist powers (ultimately the same, in my opinion), and wish simply, like most of us, to live peacefully and freely.
The people the world over are standing up, everyday, we are fighting this insanity, evil.
I wish you all the strength, peace, truth, courage and Love to transform this evil to something much better, healing, life. Stay true.

Manuel Cantero
Manuel Cantero
Mar 9, 2022 7:37 PM
Reply to  Apsara

Many have forgotten how Russia aided the invasion of Afghanistan by providing all the military bases in Central Asia to GlobalCap for their subsequent genocide. Not only did Putin collaborate with the false war against terrorism, he also took advantage of the situation to invade and subjugate the Chechens, even after stating that the rebels were supported by Al Qaeda (alias the USA), that is, he knows that terrorism is false but help Uncle Sam fight it, double standards = same corrupt military imperialist system as USA

Clyde
Clyde
Mar 9, 2022 10:02 PM
Reply to  Apsara

Not to worry, you don’t understand correctly. There is a hard-core an extensive element of ultra-nationalists in the Ukraine, and they put the country at the disposal of the US empire in it’s hybrid war against Russia.
One power, the US, has special forces operating in at least 75 countries right now. One power, Russia, does not.

Clyde
Clyde
Mar 9, 2022 9:57 PM

Complete rubbish. There is no such thing a “free people”. The Ukrainian standard of living has been in the toilet for two decades. The people are owned outright by the IMF. The absolute degenerate “leadership” in the Ukraine exists to further the US geo-strategic and economic agenda. The war is a US war against Russia using Ukrainian stooges as a weapon, and it began decades in the past. The current phase began when the Ukrainian stooges began murdering their own citizens in Donbas and bringing NATO killers and their murder toys into the Ukraine. So the war did not begin with Russians bombing the cities of the Ukraine, it began with the Ukrainians bombarding their own cities in 2014.
Instead of jumping up and down, you should have been demanding that your government not use you as a device to attack Russia.

Edwige
Edwige
Mar 8, 2022 3:55 PM

The WEF statement on Ukraine:

https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2022/02/ukraine-our-full-solidarity/

Comedy gold from line one.

Berlin Beerman
Berlin Beerman
Mar 9, 2022 4:28 AM
Reply to  Edwige

Well it is carefully worded. It states”aggression” not invasion and it states solidarity with the people not the para military so perhaps Mrs. Freeland is not very happy with the wording.

Seamus Padraig
Seamus Padraig
Mar 8, 2022 3:43 PM

Seriously, just as an exercise, imagine GloboCap as an occupying army and the entire world as the territory it is occupying. Imagine GloboCap establishing control, targeting and neutralizing a variety of insurgencies…any insurgency, regardless of its nature, any and all resistance to its occupation, or lack of support for its “government and policies.”

We are all Palestinians now.

TFS
TFS
Mar 8, 2022 2:28 PM

Back in all things NATO.

https://www.nato.int/cps/en/natohq/official_texts_23987.htm?selectedLocale=en

Point 16,
We welcome recent announcements that all tactical nuclear weapons of the former Soviet Union have been consolidated on Russian territory in accordance with the Alma Ata and Minsk accords. We look forward to the earliest possible ratification and implementation of the landmark Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty. In parallel we also look forward to the early accession of Ukraine, Belarus and Kazakhstan to the Non-Proliferation Treaty as Non-Nuclear Weapon States. We reaffirm the need for all countries to contribute in all possible ways to prevent the proliferation of nuclear weapons and other weapons of mass destruction.



Hank
Hank
Mar 8, 2022 1:45 PM

The Ukrainian Elton John.

lynetteC
lynetteC
Mar 8, 2022 10:00 PM
Reply to  Hank

How awful to have a vulgar cocaine addicted president who has anything up to 60 million dollars stashed away in a safe place, who also promised to eradicate corruption and is now hiding in Poland.

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Mar 9, 2022 4:49 PM
Reply to  lynetteC

How awful to have a vulgar cocaine addicted president . . .

The “hiding in Poland” would be an improvement !

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Mar 8, 2022 11:59 PM
Reply to  Hank

Everything about this sick creep sickens me.
The shills on U Tube manage to put a positive spin on this.

Hank
Hank
Mar 8, 2022 1:42 PM

With all the Uranium Obama, Biden and Hillary sold Putin you’d think they could talk this one through?

Russia wasn’t so bad back then. What changed?

Orange Man.

Freecus
Freecus
Mar 8, 2022 1:31 PM

GloboCap has no external enemies. It dominates the entire planet. It is one big global-capitalist world. It has been for the last 30 years or so.

Most of us can’t quite get our heads around that bit of reality yet, so we still see the world as a competition between sovereign nation states, like the USA and Russia. It is not. Yes, there are still nation states, and they compete with each other (like corporations compete for advantage within the system they comprise), but the fundamental conflict of our age is a global counter-insurgency op.

Excellent analysis but Putin is on their payroll. This ‘war delay’ is urgently needed by GloboCorp to get a few more ‘loose ends’ under control, the new monetary system & digital-id being in my humble opinion the top two.
Nations have been converted into corporations, men & women have been converted through citizen[ship] into ‘legal fictions’ which ensures, through their quiet consent, that they fall firmly into the jurisdiction of the global corporate Unidroit legal system.
All our current problems are derivatives of this foundational deception.

lynetteC
lynetteC
Mar 8, 2022 9:55 PM
Reply to  Freecus

I trust in Putin, Russia and China have been declared by Schwab as obstructions in the way of their ridiculous great reset.

Clifford Whitehead
Clifford Whitehead
Mar 8, 2022 12:17 PM

It is almost as if GloboCop is using Orwells 1984 as a business model!

wardropper
wardropper
Mar 8, 2022 4:09 PM

As they say, that book was written as a warning, not an instruction manual.

GR-Watch
GR-Watch
Mar 8, 2022 12:08 PM

thanks to the BEHAVIORAL COVID TRAINING, we have now been UNIFIED. we have one voice and we DO NOT TOLERATE authoritarianism!

Do you see clearly how the WEF agenda and the FIVE-EYES plans converged into one??!

Sgt Oddball
Sgt Oddball
Mar 8, 2022 11:28 PM
Reply to  GR-Watch

“Ash nazg durbatulûk, ash nazg gimbatul, ash nazg thrakatulûk, agh burzum-ishi krimpatul”

…- In the land of Davos where the shadows lie…

Ort
Ort
Mar 9, 2022 9:20 PM
Reply to  Sgt Oddball

Never before has any commenter dared to post words of that tongue at Off-Guardian, Sgt Oddball!

The worst of it is that, naturally, the vaunted spam filter didn’t catch it.  😡 

Sgt Oddball
Sgt Oddball
Mar 11, 2022 12:41 PM
Reply to  Ort

…Apologies for the blasphemy, Ort however I mean only to forewarn those of good heart and noble intent…

…- And indeed, good Ort! – Well known it is that the Black Speech of Davos is woven and freighted about with all manner of fell enchantments and wards of exceeding power that weave deceptions and illusions apt to defeat even the mightiest and most vigilant of spam filters… – Heed well!… 😉

Edwige
Edwige
Mar 8, 2022 11:55 AM

Another facet of convid repeating itself – those rebellious rock’n’rollers, those anti-establishment stick-it-to-the-man types, virtually all turn out to be be down with TPTB’s agenda:

https://www.nme.com/news/music/my-chemical-romance-cancel-shows-in-russia-and-ukraine-3177452

Now obviously I’m not getting at anyone not wanting to tour Ukraine at the moment – but the sentiments piggy-backed on the back of these announcements are the giveaway (Putin is Hitler, solidarity with the Ukrainian people etc etc). It isn’t quoted in the article but My Chemical Romance signed off with “stay safe”. How edgy!

The music industry has shown exactly what it is in the last few years. Full Spectrum Dominance includes every instrument of social engineering. The best weapons are those that are not perceived as weapons.

George Mc
George Mc
Mar 8, 2022 1:29 PM
Reply to  Edwige

Granted that it all looks less impressive in hindsight but I reckon the Big Boys got a bit disgruntled with those pesky hippies being on the “wrong” side in the 60s and interfering with that Godly mission the Americans were on in Viet Nam so they made damn sure it wouldn’t happen again. And so all the groovy Rock rebels were ever after to be enlisted in the latest official bullshit. Groovy Russian haters, groovy covid publicists etc.

COVIDsteria eBook
COVIDsteria eBook
Mar 8, 2022 11:39 AM

There is so much hypocrisy from our rulers over the Ukraine, the following will be a regular post that I will be doing:
RUSSIAsteria: Best Hypocrisy Memes on Putin Invading the Ukraine
https://covidsteria.substack.com/p/best-hypocrisy-memes-putin-invading-ukraine

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mgeo
mgeo
Mar 8, 2022 2:51 PM

+1

Seamus Padraig
Seamus Padraig
Mar 8, 2022 3:46 PM

😂😂😂

GetOffTheFence
GetOffTheFence
Mar 8, 2022 9:46 AM

Fuck Putin.

Get off the fence and choose a side.

A. Choose Putin and Wreck Your Neighbor’s Country Nazi Light Authoritarianism.

Or

B. Choose “Globocap” Half Baked Messy Democracy with a Side of Neo Nazi

The world is not a perfect place of good guys and bad guys… you choose the lesser of two evils or you sit on the fence and get whatever the winner serves up.

Putin alone all by himself chose to drop bombs on women and children. Europe has to take some type of stand because otherwise Putin will only learn that if he wants something all he needs to do is TAKE IT. It’s the lesson learned after WWII but don’t tell that to Putin apologists.

One set of countries is run by messy democracies that at least try to correct course and atone for past mistakes.

The other side is run by Authoritarians,dictators like Putin who have total power and think they can tell everyone else what to do.. FUCK THEM… The reason the west is pushing back is to prevent this Authoritarian stupidity from spreading.

All of these fake lefties saying oh just let the Russians run over Ukrainians… these are the same Pseudo Left assholes like Glen Greenwald( who lives in Authoritarian Brazil and did pro bono legal work for real Neo Nazis) that probably don’t care what happens to people in Yemen or Iraq or those kids Trump separated from their parents at the border… THE ONLY THING YOU CARE ABOUT IS THAT NONE OF THIS HAPPENS TO YOU. So you team up and praise an Authoritarian like Trump or Putin or Bolsanaro as long as he is shitting on some one else.

If you want to live in an Authoritarian state like Russia or Belarus then put your money where your mouth is and GO!!! Otherwise let the people wearing the big boy pants do what they have to do to push back on these fucking Authoritarians.

Edwige
Edwige
Mar 8, 2022 9:39 AM

The same pattern as convid – whatever is being done the Compatible Left argues it isn’t enough and should go further:

https://dumptheguardian.com/commentisfree/2022/mar/08/all-out-economic-warfare-best-way-stop-putin

Oh, the author’s from Chatham House! Why exactly would the Guardian, if it is remotely what it pretends to be, be giving them a platform?

Yesterday they were calling Putin “medieval”. He’s not just HItler, he’s Ivan the Terrible and probably Genghis Khan all rolled into one giant ball of evil (evil now suddenly existing – the “beyond good and evil” and it’s all just lack of knowledge paradigm having been dumped for the duration).

George Mc
George Mc
Mar 8, 2022 10:37 AM
Reply to  Edwige

The “Compatible Left”? Surely you mean the Contemptible Left?

Mr Y
Mr Y
Mar 8, 2022 11:49 AM
Reply to  George Mc

Anyway, The Fake Left.

S Cooper
S Cooper
Mar 8, 2022 12:14 PM
Reply to  George Mc

“Still with the tired Right-Center-Left Cliche. Corporate Fascist State Langley-Land disinformation/misinformation/entrapment operations are Corporate Fascist State Langley-Land disinformation/misinformation/entrapment operations nothing more.”
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“Here is a dinnertime joke. What is the difference between a right wing Nazi and a left wing Nazi? The right wing Nazi Sieg Heils with the right arm while the left wing Nazi Seig Heils with the left. The centrist Nazi Sieg Heils with both.”

Hank
Hank
Mar 8, 2022 8:35 AM

Why isn’t the Biden Administration talking to Putin?

Ponder Stibbons
Ponder Stibbons
Mar 8, 2022 9:14 AM
Reply to  Hank

The US has achieved its strategic aims: Nord Stream 2 is dead, the wedge between Russia and Germany sits more firmly, Europe is committing economic suicide while pledging to buy even more US weapons, the Euro is (finally) dead, and Russia is weakened.
Of course, like all brilliant strategists, the US has won yesterday’s war. The pesky bear who kept shitting in its back yard is wearing itself out. But the real threat is the dragon in the front yard, who just got immeasurably stronger.

red lester
red lester
Mar 8, 2022 4:22 PM

A shame GB is still liable for ECB losses for ~10[..?] yrs ‘post’ brexit

Veri Tas
Veri Tas
Mar 8, 2022 8:56 PM

A very astute summary of what’s really going on!

Ort
Ort
Mar 8, 2022 9:28 PM
Reply to  Hank

Team Biden believes that Putin is not to be trusted. It’s called “projection”.

Tom Welsh
Tom Welsh
Mar 8, 2022 8:35 AM

“Yes, I know you are sick of me quoting Orwell…”

No, I’m not. Quoting Orwell in this kind of context is like a scientist using mathematics. Orwell, like Euclid, Archimedes, Descartes and Newton, wrote the book.

George Mc
George Mc
Mar 8, 2022 8:00 AM

My net feed this morning:

“Ukrainians Find That Relatives in Russia Don’t Believe It’s a War”

My God! THEY are being deceived! Not like us!

“Anti-capitalism is flooding TikTok as young people question a life that prioritizes productivity over well-being”

“capitalism” is out, “communism” is in!

“What You Find When You Leave Your Job
The “Great Resignation” isn’t really about rejecting work—it’s about redefining one’s sense of self.”

Having a job is so uncool!

“Why Denmark’s Covid deaths and hospitalisations are going up after it lifts all pandemic restrictions”

Keep covid on the back burner!

But here’s the best:

 “‘Key to white survival’: how Putin has morphed into a far-right savior
The Russian president’s ‘strong man’ image and disdain for liberals has turned him into a hero for white nationalists.”

Putin/Russia are now Hard Right Fascists! The West is now a socialist project!

Edwige
Edwige
Mar 8, 2022 9:19 AM
Reply to  George Mc

“The “Great Resignation” isn’t really about rejecting work—it’s about redefining one’s sense of self.”

Mass unemployment becomes something to be welcomed and people are meant to cheer on being screwed. That’s how they like to worth their operations – not down a gun barrel but by psyopping people into embracing their own enslavement and destruction. It’s just more weaponised identity politics.

This, again, doesn’t mean the world of work as was is what I’m defending. Work was deliberately made unattractive so it wouldn’t be something good to give up and people – especially the young – have been piled under such debt no amount of work will pay it off. A better work-life balance was needed under turbo-capitalism but living of strings-attached UBI while robots and AI do everything isn’t it.

citizen
citizen
Mar 8, 2022 11:10 AM
Reply to  George Mc

“Anti-capitalism is flooding TikTok as young people question a life that prioritizes productivity over well-being”

no surprise, targeting the youth on tik tok and giving china’s message, they will have current youngsters begging for UBI as if they don’t want a job, then the only way forward to pay bills is via the UBI system while abolishing freedoms.

Judith
Judith
Mar 8, 2022 12:04 PM
Reply to  citizen

Except there are some that are saying that UBI will be instituted after all the debt is forgiven!

You won’t need to pay off the humongous student debt. Like magic it will be gone. With everything else. With freedom.

But no fear – UBI. Credit at the company store.

Seamus Padraig
Seamus Padraig
Mar 8, 2022 3:56 PM
Reply to  Judith

Sell you soul to the company store.

Tennessee Ernie Ford – Sixteen Tons – YouTube

Judith
Judith
Mar 9, 2022 12:53 AM
Reply to  Seamus Padraig

Yep.

Sgt Oddball
Sgt Oddball
Mar 9, 2022 12:39 AM
Reply to  George Mc

…- In other news, today’s Metro had this lil’ gem:…

Warne died from natural causes, Thai cops confirm

Police did not specify the cause of death but it is believed the ex-Test star suffered a fatal heart attack.
Four masseuses were seen on CCTV leaving the Samui island resort where Warne was staying – two hours before he was found dead in his room at the villa where he and his three mates were staying on their ‘boys holiday’.

…- Note the wafer-thinly veiled innuendo here, intended to imply the cause of poor Shane’s terminal coronary…

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Mar 8, 2022 7:42 AM

Its the scale of racism that is doing my head in, It’s been 11 days and is suddenly a great emergency but the UK and USA bombing Iraq from 1991 to today doesn’t matter a job.

Brianborou.
Brianborou.
Mar 8, 2022 8:07 AM

Who owns the MSM, the weapons manufacturers, oil companies, armies and governments in the West ?

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Mar 9, 2022 12:06 AM
Reply to  Brianborou.

The banksters.

Judith
Judith
Mar 9, 2022 12:55 AM

Or the Agent Orange party in Viet Nam.

How many are still living with the effects of that.

Fast Eddy
Fast Eddy
Mar 8, 2022 6:44 AM

OLIVER STONE’S RECENTLY BANNED MOVIE “UKRAINE ON FIRE”

https://www.bitchute.com/video/Dq8WHsXmpJAx/

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Mar 9, 2022 12:16 AM
Reply to  Fast Eddy

Does it mention the famines in the early Soviet era ?

Hank
Hank
Mar 8, 2022 6:14 AM

as if it were a fucking movie”

That’s more closer to reality than you think.

Sgt Oddball
Sgt Oddball
Mar 9, 2022 12:50 AM
Reply to  Hank

…”Do we have a calico kitten?…”

Penelope
Penelope
Mar 8, 2022 6:07 AM

SCRAPS from Russian sites:
Pentagon admits that Ukraine is receiving arms from 15 countries.

Washington warns that it has “means” if China doesn’t comply w sanctions against Russia.

China accuse US of trying to create a new NATO in Indo-Pacific region.

World Bank to send 323 millions to Ukraine.

US in talks w Iran, Venezuela & Saudi Arabia on “energy security” while trying to cut Russian oil imports.

actualidad.rt.com
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Ukrainian biolabs worked w pathogens of plague, anthrax & brucellosis.

Western Censorship & the Propaganda Machine
The current group think of western opinion reminds one of Orwell’s “1984′ and the daily “two minutes hate” slots in which the Ministry of Truth allows Oceania citizens to spew forth a daily prescribed and censored tirade against an imaginary enemy.

The current censorship forces us to a one world view where reality becomes subjective and the truth becomes something manufactured externally by others. No research needed in a Russophobic west — listen, watch and nod in unison. Any dissent produces howls of self-righteous indignation.

Only a few years after the Charlie Hebdo terrorist incident in Paris, in which Western leaders came out in droves to reiterate the right of free speech, Britain now bans RT News.

Will Pravda.Ru be next? The current way around this censorship is to use the English version of Russia’s search engine, Yandex.
-omitted part–

–In an effort to outdo its rivals in indignation, FIFe, the international cat show organization, has banned Russian cats from its competitions until at least 31st May.
–In a 360 degree about turn and after years of telling Europe that nation states shouldn’t exist, EU politicians now decide Ukraine is an exception.
–Perhaps we should have listened to Jean Claude Junker, who as European Commissioner in 2016 told an embarrassed looking European Union assembly, “I have met and listened to several leaders of other planets.

This wanton gibberish is the culmination of a quarter century of EU propaganda. The nonsense now emerging from the west would be comical if current events weren’t so serious. Yet they’re occurring because majority stupefied Western populations are now so indoctrinated that an Alice in Wonderland scenario appears perfectly normal.

Those countries who have currently remained silent from hysterical condemnation, or supported Russian’s actions include: China, India, United Arab Emirates, Syria, Venezuela, Saudi Arabia, Cuba, Belarus and Nicaragua.

Subscribe to Pravda.Ru Telegram channel, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, RSS!

Rant of an editorial by Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey, worth reading

Читайте больше на https://english.pravda.ru/opinion/150612-censorship/
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Russia halts delivery & maintenance of engines in US Space program.

Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council (NSDC) of Ukraine Oleksiy Danilov threatened to invade Russia. He announced this on Monday, March 7.

Clashes between Ukrainian Armed Forces and militias. [I was not able to access the full story; it came up “Forbidden”]
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The DPR said that the Armed Forces of Ukraine attacked the headquarters of the special forces detachment “Azov” in Mariupol
The people’s militia of the Donetsk People’s Republic stated that the Armed Forces of Ukraine attacked the headquarters of the Azov special forces detachment in Mariupol because of their refusal to obey the command.
The DPR said that the Armed Forces of Ukraine attacked the headquarters of the special forces detachment “Azov” in Mariupol. It is noted that the Azov group refused to obey and coordinate their actions with the command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

The report says that prior to this, during a clash between the Ukrainian military and the Azov battalion, the commander of the Vostok united armed forces, Lieutenant General Sodol, was seriously wounded.

“At the location of the headquarters of a separate special forces detachment “Azov” in the south-west of Mariupol, the Armed Forces of Ukraine dealt a blow to the Tochka-U OTR,” RIA Novosti quotes a message from the People’s Militia.
The DPR added that “as a result of the strike, more than 20 militants and ten pieces of equipment were destroyed.”

[Azov is the battallion at which reportedly the private army of Blackrock is located. –P]
https://russian.rt.com/ussr/news/971227-dnr-vsu-azov-mariupol?utm_source=smi2#teaserId=11775744&teaserType=gridNews

mgeo
mgeo
Mar 8, 2022 3:11 PM
Reply to  Penelope

+1

DaveMass
DaveMass
Mar 8, 2022 6:03 AM

GloboCap has wanted to slice up Russia/USSR since 1991.
All those resources up for grabs!!
Bloody Putin go t in the way.
Maybe Yeltsin in a rare sober moment realised what the West was up to?!
So Putin was his pick for successor.
Oh, and GloboCap starte4d 40 years ago. Thatcher and Reagan.
Privatize this, privatize that…F*cked my country (UK).

Edwige
Edwige
Mar 8, 2022 9:24 AM
Reply to  DaveMass

No, they haven’t wanted to “slice up” Russia – they need the Eurasian enemy (and the Chinese Eastasia can’t provide it because they want us to copy the Chinese model). Control over access to Russia’s resources and an occasional fit of plunder are what they want.

Johnny
Johnny
Mar 8, 2022 3:39 AM

It’s not called the SS anymore.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schutzstaffel
It’s now called the U$U$U$U$U$U$U$.

S Cooper
S Cooper
Mar 8, 2022 3:15 AM

“Hey, it turns out that Sulu was a bigger a-hole than Kirk after all.”
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“Looks like Scotty beamed and scrambed his particles up one too many times. The Space between Sulu’s ears, the final frontier, where no brain cell has gone before.”
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S Cooper
S Cooper
Mar 8, 2022 4:09 AM
Reply to  S Cooper

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Johnny
Johnny
Mar 8, 2022 5:25 AM
Reply to  S Cooper

I like the ‘we’ bit.
‘We can endure higher prices’
So he hasn’t heard about the seventy million US citizens living below the poverty line.
Stupid prick(ed).

Ron
Ron
Mar 8, 2022 7:16 AM
Reply to  S Cooper

“Looks like Scotty beamed and scrambed his particles up one too many times. The Space between Sulu’s ears, the final frontier, where no brain cell has gone before.”

In reality it’s what happens when a male drinks too much Semen…..bloody spell check…meant Sake.

jubal hershaw
jubal hershaw
Mar 8, 2022 2:32 AM

Kyiv ? It will always be Kiev to me. I’ve only just gotten used to Peking and all those UK colonies throughout Africa having their names changed. At least they waited until i’d sat for my Social Studies exams back in The 1960s.
Kiev used to be the Russian capital. I can see why Putin wants it back.

Ort
Ort
Mar 8, 2022 9:23 PM
Reply to  jubal hershaw

I understand that there’s no binary “right or wrong” way to render various foreign alphabets, words, and names in Western Anglospeak. I presume this is also true the other way around.

My impression is that some academic, scholarly authority or consensus is responsible for the New! Improved! “corrected” spellings that emerge from time to time.

Be all that as it may, I’m damned if I’ll add that extra “y” to Zelensky, even though the double Y has taken Western mass-media Newspeak by storm. 

While I’m on the subject, I thought it was The Ghost of Joe Biden (Barely) Present’s dementia that caused him to start pronouncing the city where he formerly ruled as US Viceroy as “Keeve”.

But that corruption has also become the “received” pronunciation in US mass-media, practically overnight. I skeeve on “Keeve”!  😠 

Martin Usher
Martin Usher
Mar 8, 2022 1:45 AM

Alas, most people don’t know any history, they just know the stereotypes that have been drummed into their heads since birth. I find myself a bit of an outlier because I understand the reason for Russia’s action even as I don’t agree with it (its not just that ‘war is not the answer’ but the relatively outdated tactics that Russia employs in both military and informational warfare).

It all really started in the 1980s when the Cold War, which had become a bit of a stalemate, was ramped up by the west, especially here in the US. (Obviously other European countries joined the party but you have to live here in the US to realize just how much Europe, and NATO in particular, is a wholly owned subsidiary of the US.) The propaganda used locally was actually quite crude but it was effective and it centered on making Russia — the USSR as it then was — the successor state to Nazi Germany. This is where we had campaigns centered on ruthless anti-Semitism in Russia (“Let my people go!” — emigrate to Israel, you’re needed to displace essential but onery Pals) and a focus on the Nazi-Soviet pact of 1939 where the two systems became besties. The fact this was historical nonsense iwas irrelevant because few, if any, had the knowledge to challenge it. Generations change, the WW2 generation of adults (people who were not teens but adults in the 1930s) were dying off so it was a good time to rewrite history. Once rewritten it then becomes Gospel to successive generations — the Reagan era narrative becomes the reality for Millenials and younger people. (In doing so other inconvenient facts like the fights for race equality, gender equality, national self-determination and all sorts of details get lost in the wash — instead we have modern versions which are subtly perverted to be me-centric.)

One or two details about the present conflict seems to be continually overlooked by our media. One is the goings-on in the east — most of us are aware of the onery proto-republics in the east but few seem to have a clue about just how nasty its been there before a fragile cease-file. The death toll there was said to be ‘around 44,000’. Since things were ramping up there again I’d have expected Russia to put a stop to this. Those are people. But then there’s something else missing. The Russians especially know that its a bad idea to try to fight a war in a city. (They’ve had plenty of practice.) There’s also this practice used in WW2 of declaring cities ‘open’ –undefended. The Ukraine strategy seems to be to encourage fighting in cities, a tactic that is guaranteed to cause civilian casualties and maximum damage. Very photogenic for us in the west, sure, but not good for the locals. It seems that the military strategy — effetively NATO’s military strategy — is to defend Ukraine to the last Ukrainian. (Plus arm civilians and watch the casualties mount.) Everyone knows that you can’t occupy a country that doesn’t want to be occupied — its expensive, time consuming and ultimately fails. So the obvious tactic would have been to fight some token battles and then just melt away and wait for the Russian army to go home. They’ll have to do it eventually.

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
Mar 8, 2022 3:16 AM
Reply to  Martin Usher

Are there lots of photos ops? I’ve seen very few photos. A2

Martin Usher
Martin Usher
Mar 8, 2022 6:52 AM
Reply to  Sam - Admin2

The only unofficial material I’ve seen from the east is among the videos posted to youTube by an English vlogger that goes by the handle “Bald and Bankrupt”. He is a bit like an eccentric tourist who seems obsessed with old Soviet era bus stations and mosaics but part of his charm is that he goes to all sorts of obscure places where no tourist ever goes and his elementary knowledge of Russian means he can go places on his own.

A couple of days before the present conflict broke out he was somewhere on the border between Russia and Ukraine, having crossed from Poland to Lviv, and then taken a train and bus to some obscure village in the middle of nowhere. His last video from the area was just after hostilities broke out — he was back in Kiev on one of the first (packed) trains out of the area to the west.

His videos are interesting — and very popular — because he doesn’t have much of an agenda and because he isn’t anything in particular nobody much bothers him. For example, he’s the only person, journalist or other, who traveled up to the ceasefire line between Armenia and Azerbaijan, past the lines of Russian troops acting as peacekeepers, up to the checkpoint where the Armeinians say “Sorry, no can do, go back” and that’s that. I found it surprising just how friendly and curious people are — its very different from the normal breathless journalism you read.

(I’ve seen other adventurers’ videos but they’re usually from notable places like the end of the Earth, or rather that point where Russia, China and North Korea join. Its interesting and nothing like you’d expect.)

Waldorf
Waldorf
Mar 8, 2022 12:49 PM
Reply to  Martin Usher

On March 6 Zelensky actually said that the “West” wants Ukrainians to be killed. A Russian sarcastically commented “Prosnulsya” (“He has woken up”.)

Matt
Matt
Mar 8, 2022 1:38 AM

Please excuse my tangentiality, bear with me, then, please, contribute your 2¢, that’s what I’m looking for.
As for me, and a couple of others, we only became clued in beginning 9-11.
Myself, I took a LONG hiatus after the capture and killing of Saddam, but I left believing we would soon enough become the object of occupation, by the same forces, and exactly where we found ourselves in 2020.
I thought I saw the 2001 pattern clearly reemerging, and it was, by 2018.
It was illuminated by serendipity.
In late 2017, being on a severe budget I purchased my first mobile device, a HUAWEI P10, and, assuming I was about to receive some cheap garbage.
When it arrived and I opened the box, my first impression was: This is a weapon.
After some use: A powerful weapon.
Then, in January, 2018, a funny thing happened: FBI, CIA, NSA say “don’t buy HUAWEI.”
https://www.theverge.com/2018/2/14/17011246/huawei-phones-safe-us-intelligence-chief-fears
But the most important and revealing part of the article was this:
“Last September, [HUAWEI] even surpassed Apple as the world’s second biggest smartphone maker, behind Samsung.”
(NOTE: Apple was eventually pushed from third, right off the podium)
That was the 2018 “WMD” moment for me.
PSYOPS SOP.
Trade war signals impending war.
Trade war quickly escalates, tit-for-tat, from shaming consumers as unpatriotic spy enablers, and smearing the reputation of canola seed, to diplomatic war, including international hostage taking of the “two Michaels” and HUAWEI CFO Meng, to sanctions against microchips and components.
Trade war, to diplomatic war, to excluding the sale of HUAWEI consumer products and participation in Western 5G infrastructure, as well as microchip and electronic component banning, then, suddenly, manufactured phantom pschobiowarfare, wall to wall propaganda, surveillance, censorship, suspension of civil, and the widespread institutionalized violation of human rights, undermining democratic elections combined with the controlled demolition of the economy, and…
Where am I going and what do I want from you?
What am I asking you?
In 2020, it seemed to me this was a war waged by the West, aimed at China for doing capitalism better than capitalists, and because of Capitalism’s Arch Capitalist defaulting on it’s largest creditor, China.
It seemed to me that even the masks symbolized unutterable, undeclared war, no one can admit what’s really going on or speak about this great heist, and, not only that, but that China won the unannounced victory of the undeclared war, and everyone knew it, unconsciously, and so, as terms of surrender, the Western bureaucracies, their methods and administration, were being systematically replaced, reorganized under authoritarian, Chinese models.
So, my question to any readers who’ve stuck around, is, how does the deliberate shift to the Western provocation of Russia fit with the war on China?
Is the West, now subordinate China proxy, actually China attacking Russia using the appearance of the West?
As I said, I arrived late, especially when you consider this:
https://www.latimes.com/projects/la-fg-huawei-timeline/

Theodore
Theodore
Mar 8, 2022 11:37 PM
Reply to  Matt
ttshasta
ttshasta
Mar 8, 2022 1:31 AM

Last I read Russia has killed 500+ Ukrainian civilians. Last I read, Ukraine has killed 13,000 or 14,000 (Russian speaking) Ukrainians. I know exactly one person in California who knows anything about Ukraine post 2014.

JudyJ
JudyJ
Mar 8, 2022 12:21 PM
Reply to  ttshasta

I think it is more accurate to say that most people know nothing about Ukraine pre February 2022.  😏 

Ort
Ort
Mar 8, 2022 9:12 PM
Reply to  JudyJ

FWIW, in parochial school geography class, c. 1962, I learned that “the” Ukraine is Russia’s breadbasket.

That fact, if it was a fact, stuck in my mind. Before the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1990 or so, when Ukraine reappeared shorn of its definite article, that was about the only thing I knew about it.

Sgt Oddball
Sgt Oddball
Mar 9, 2022 1:19 AM
Reply to  Ort

…- All thanks to the ‘Chernozyom’ (Black Earth), Ort… – *Hellaciously* nutritious and fertile stuff it is:…

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

Junious Ricardo Stanton
Junious Ricardo Stanton
Mar 8, 2022 1:27 AM

The George W. Bush administration duped Mikheil Saakashvili of the Caucasus nation of Georgia into invading South Ossetia and Putin had to go in a restore order. Having failed there, the US Empire then set its sights on Ukraine trying to provoke an Arab Spring type regime change but they failed again.  The US spent $5 billion dollars setting the stage for a coup finally succeeding in 2014. Today’s government is a corruption ridden (the Biden family is neck deep in corruption there) bankrupt nation heavily influenced by neo-Nazis (even though President Zelenskyy is a Jewish comedian/actor). The oligarchs mind control apparatus is making Putin to be the new Hitler and the Nazi Ukrainians to be valiant freedom fighters trying to preserve their “democracy”. The truth has been turned upside down in this latest psy-op.

S LeBlanc
S LeBlanc
Mar 8, 2022 1:24 AM

Globocap obviously planned all this, just look at the Covid propaganda colours and then the Ukrainian flag. Planned by Globocap. They probably want to bait Putin and take him out somehow. Maybe Lindsey Graham will inspire some loyal Russian to assassinate him. Like Globocap assassinated all the good people that tried to stand up to them.

S Cooper
S Cooper
Mar 8, 2022 1:20 AM

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“Heck, he did not have to be reincarnated for that.”
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“THE ROYAL MAFIA CRIME FAMILY, making fascism great again!

S Cooper
S Cooper
Mar 8, 2022 1:59 AM
Reply to  S Cooper

“The psycho Nazis made them an offer they could not refuse.”
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“No one, BUT NO ONE, says NO to the MOB and lives to tell about it.”

Michael McNulty
Michael McNulty
Mar 8, 2022 7:11 PM
Reply to  S Cooper

I hear Prince Philip said shortly before he died he no longer wished to be reborn as a virus, saying instead he would much rather return as another parasite.

ttshasta
ttshasta
Mar 8, 2022 1:11 AM

US demands Germany abandon Nordstream 2, then NPR reports Russia using LNG supply as a financial weapon?