Anonymous ID: 4623a6 March 15, 2023, 9:24 a.m. No.18512611   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>2613 >>2618 >>2740 >>2855 >>3067 >>3134 >>3205

I Finally Understand Why We Hate Russia

March 13, 2022 by Ian Kummer1/2

Almost a year ago I wrote a post asking why are our globalist elites so obsessed with Russia? I saw weird things happening around me, but didn’t answer my own question. Now I do know.


What’s happening right now is the single most horrifying thing I have ever seen. It’s even worse than the Islamophobia after the Sept. 11 attacks. That was wrong, but at least there was a reasonable provocation for it. We had been directly attacked, and in a terrible way. It was natural for us to feel angry, and would have been weird if we didn’t.But why now?Why are Americans feeling this overwhelming,burning rage and bloodlustover a regional border dispute on the other side of the world? Only one in six Americans can find Ukraine on a map.


This is the first time in my life I have watched the Russians fight a protracted conventional war, and I have immersed myself in both sides of the story, not just ours. At the same time, I have watched almost every person I have ever knownexplode into a fit of irrational rageand russophobia, and completely overnight.


Why do wecompulsively travel to the other side of the world topick fightswith Russia? And when Russia gets into fights of her own, why do we always take the other side, even when the other side is evil? And why is the other side always evil? Not sometimes evil.Always evil.


Our allies against Russia are alwaysnazis, terrorists, religious extremists, and drug dealers. There is not even one exception to this rule.


In 1853, Russia was ill-prepared for the Crimean War. That’s mostly because they weren’t expecting it. They were astonished that the “collectiveWest” would side with a crumbling, corrupt Islamic empireand wage total war against fellow Christians, killing hundreds of thousands of them. Think of how different the world might be if the West hadn’t committed this crime. With a partitioned, stabilized Middle East and Balkans, there would have been no Armenian genocide. None of the other wars that broke out during and after the Ottoman Empire’s collapse would have happened. In hindsight, Russians shouldn’t have been surprised, because that’s the pattern the West has followed ever since.


• In the 1940s, the West funded Hitler against Russia. Then in the late 1940s, the West allied with nazis to form NATO, just to prove that the first time wasn’t a fluke.


• In the 1980s, the West sided with Afghan terrorists and drug dealers against Russia.


• In the 1990s, the West sided with Albanian terrorists and drug dealers against the Serbs (who are almost the same thing as Russians).


• In the 2010s, the West sided with ISIS and Kurdish death squads against Syria’s secular democratic government, and (coincidentally) a close Russian ally. If you think I’m being unfair, can you think of even one ally of the West against Russia who wasn’t a terrorist, a drug dealer, a nazi, or all of the above?


Now, Ukraine. Thecorruption capital of the planet, the poorest, most backwards nation in Europe, a government full of nazis, drug dealers, and assorted other scumbags. Now that Russia has decided to wage open warfare against Ukraine,suddenlyUkrainian neo-nazi drug dealers are the good guys?Why?


And the West’s reaction to the Ukrainian war is nothing short of total, irrational hatred and panic. Let’s be honest with ourselves. This has nothing to do with Ukraine. That little neo-nazi haven is just aproxy for the real warbetween Russia and the West….

Anonymous ID: 4623a6 March 15, 2023, 9:25 a.m. No.18512613   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>2649 >>2740 >>3067 >>3134 >>3205



Sorry, I still haven’t answered the question. Why do we hate Russia so much? Life imitates art, and art imitates life. We can find the answer in our own movies. Look at how many of the recent entries are about our war with Russia. Amazon’s Without Remorse and theJack Ryan series are two of the more extreme examples. These are not nice stories, andthey’re somehow even more nihilistic and divorced from moralitythan the original Tom Clancy books they’re based on.


Even in our fictional fantasies,we depict ourselvescommitting terrorism and indiscriminate violence against innocent people. Worse, we do it without reason and incompetently. In Jack Ryan, CIA thugs torture people in Yemen. In Without Remorse, a special forces team carries out a botched terrorist raid on Russian soil, killing dozens of innocent people.We don’t even pretend to be the good guys. We justify our atrocities by assuring ourselves that “both sides are equally bad.” Without Remorse even has a monologue about “pawns and patriots.” Ah, I see, the blind man said. Us doing bad things is okay, because we show the Russians also doing bad things that we made up. Makes sense.


It’s not possible to debunk every single bit of fake news about Russian “atrocities” in Ukraine, there’s just too much of it. So here’s a rule of thumb that should pretty much always work.If the story involves Russians doing a cartoonishly evil thingwith no plausible motive or any logical benefit they could ever gain from it – like blowing up maternity wards for no reason – thenit’s probably bullshit.See? Easy. By the way, if you don’t want the enemy to shoot at hospital rooms, then maybe you should stop putting soldiers and weapons in them. It’s truly not hard.


And it’s not just Ukraine.We make up silly bullshit storiesabout every Russian war. Like putting bombs inside children’s toys scattered around Afghanistan. Really? Why would the Russians want to do that? I have to really ask an obvious question now. Do our propagandists think that’s a reasonable tactic because we did it at some point?


Russian and Soviet stories are not like ours, by the way.


Speaking of propaganda, I shared this meme to Facebook shortly after the Russian army visited. Someone replied with this comment: Interesting how both of these statements are not true


Interesting, but that wasn’t my point, and I’m worried that no one understood what my point was. Propaganda isn’t good or bad, it’s just a tool. It’s information, andit reveals something about the person saying it. If someone spouts good, positive messages, then that’s probably what he believes. If someone spouts cruel and horrible messages, then what are we supposed to think of him?


The problem with morality is that we aren’t born with it. Morality has to be taught. Our stories have taught us to be bad and cruel for so long we don’t know how to be any other way. It’s sad, and it’s also deliberate. That’s what our elites want us to think, andwill pay any price to keep that illusion over our heads.


So I’ll finally answer the question. Why does the West hate Russia?Our elites hate Russiabecause she poses an existential, ideological threat to our world order. Russia represents the idea thathuman beings don’t have to be evil. There is an alternative to being evil, and it’s good to not be evil. That is why our elites hate Russia, and are determined to destroy her at any cost, even at the risk of utterly destroying our own civilizations in the process.

Anonymous ID: 4623a6 March 15, 2023, 9:31 a.m. No.18512634   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>2658 >>2671

15 Mar, 2023 14:30

Veteran US senator urges downing Russian warplanes

President Reagan would be doing it right now, after the loss of a Reaper UAV over the Black Sea, Lindsey Graham claims


Republican Senator Lindsey Graham has suggested opening fire on Russian fighter jets that intercept US drones, after one such encounter ended with an MQ-9 Reaper plunging into the Black Sea on Tuesday.


“What would Ronald Reagan do right now? He would start shooting Russian planes down, if they were threatening our assets,” the veteran hawk told Fox News, while commenting on the incident.


The Pentagon has accused Russian military pilots of conducting unsafe air maneuvers near the drone, which it claimed was on a surveillance mission near Crimea. At one point a Su-27 allegedly hit the Reaper’s propeller, causing it to ditch in the sea.


The Russian Defense Ministry has denied reports of a collision, and claimed the drone stalled after executing a drastic maneuver. Moscow’s Ambassador to the US, Anatoly Antonov, suggested that American drones that can carry weapons have no business flying near Russian borders.


Graham attributed the encounter to purported weakness shown by President Joe Biden, who the senator described as “a deer in the headlights.” He concluded that the problem started with the pullout of troops in Afghanistan in 2021, will lead to new conflicts.


“If Putin gets away with this, there goes Taiwan. The two are connected,” Graham claimed, referring to the self-administered Chinese territory, which President Biden has pledged to defend militarily, should China try to send military in.


Beijing has said its policy is to pursue peaceful reunification with Taiwan, but that it could resort to military force, should the island’s government attempt to formally declare independence. The Chinese government has alleged that some in Washington are encouraging such an outcome.


Meanwhile Fox News host SeanHannity, a fellow foreign policy hawk, has suggested shooting down two Russian dronesover Ukraine in retaliation, and threatening to destroy ten more “the next time.”


Graham, in response, praised the approach taken by former US President Donald Trump, including his order to assassinate Iranian General Qasem Soleimani for allegedly “killing Americans all over the Middle East.”


Soleimani was a key figure in Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), and was hailed as a national hero for his efforts to quash the terrorist group Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS). Tehran retaliated over his killing, which occurred in January 2020 during a visit to Iraq, by bombarding US military bases in the country with missiles.


(The whole SSIC is corrupt and pushed the Russia hoax and they probably planned it. Graham is afraid the truth of No Name and him laundered their stolen war money there.)

Anonymous ID: 4623a6 March 15, 2023, 9:37 a.m. No.18512661   🗄️.is 🔗kun

15 Mar, 2023 13:30

Ukraine left out of 'unprecedented' World Cup announcement

Spain and Portugal have been joined by Morocco, according to a statement from the North African country's king


Morocco has announced that it’s joining Spain and Portugal’s bid to stage the 2030 FIFA World Cup, apparentlyreplacing Ukrainein the trio of potential hosts. (Uh oh, first the Oscars and now the World Cup. Brace yourselves for ahissy fitfrom Zelensky and Ukraine. I think what started this was Zelensky said American sons and daughters would be required to fight and die in Ukraine!)


Madrid and Lisbon filed their joint candidacy in 2021, and last October added Kiev to their bid, saying they wanted to “give hope” to the Ukrainians amid the conflict with Russia. Back then, Portuguese Football Federation chief Fernando Gomes explained that the gesture was a way to “contribute through the power of football to the recovery of a country undergoing reconstruction.”


However, on Wednesday, Morocco’s Sports Minister Chakib Benmoussa read out a message fromMoroccan King Mohammed VIin Rwanda’s capital Kigali, where FIFA is hosting its 73rd congress.


“The Kingdom of Morocco has decided, together with Spain and Portugal, to present a joint bid to host the 2030 World Cup,” the message read.


“This joint bid, which is unprecedented in football history, will bring together Africa and Europe, the northern and southern Mediterranean, and the African, Arab and Euro-Mediterranean worlds,” the king said.


The royal message did not mention Ukraine, so it remainsunclear whether Kiev has been excusedfrom the bid altogether, or if the application will be expanded to four nations.


When asked to comment on the announcement from Rabat, a spokesman for the Spanish Football Association said the country’s football chief will meet with his Portuguese and Moroccan counterparts later on Wednesday.


“The presidents will announce any news regarding the candidacy for the 2030 World Cup in Kigali,” the spokesman clarified. He did not mention Ukraine’s potential involvement.


The Moroccan football squad made huge waves at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar a few months ago, knocking out Spain and Portugal in the playoffs to become the first African country to reach the semifinals.


Spain is only separated from Morocco by the Strait of Gibraltar, while the distance between Ukraine and the Iberian Peninsula, where both Spain and Portugal are located, is several thousand kilometers.


The other contenders to host the World Cup in seven years are a joint Latin American bid from Uruguay, Argentina, Chile, and Paraguay, and another transcontinental application from Saudi Arabia, Greece, and Egypt.

Anonymous ID: 4623a6 March 15, 2023, 9:42 a.m. No.18512683   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>2740 >>3067 >>3134 >>3205

15 Mar, 2023 12:22

AUKUS deal ‘worst in history’ – former Australian PM

Buying US-designed nuclear submarines to be “sunk” near China is no way to defend the country, Paul Keating said


Former Australian Prime Minister Paul Keating has fired a broadside against the current government for its endorsement of the AUKUS security bloc and the purchase of American submarines. It doesn’t help protect the country anddrags it into the US attempt to preserve its hegemonyby containing China, he has argued.


Keating, who chaired the Australian government in the 1990s, reiterated his negative view of the purchase of Virginia-class nuclear-powered boats in a lengthy rebuke this week. He branded it the “worst international decision” by an Australian Labor government since conscription in World War I. Speaking to journalists from the National Press Club of Australia on Wednesday to make the case for his position, he added “it must be the worst deal in all history.”


Prime Minister Anthony Albanese formally confirmed the acquisition on Monday during a visit to California, where he and British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak were hosted at a naval base by US President Joe Biden. The plan was first announced in 2021, with Keating blasting the then-Conservative government in Canberra.


Figures in the British government were “looking around for suckers,” the famously acerbic Aussie politician said of the prelude to the announcement two years ago. “And they found – whoo! – here is a bunch of accommodating people in Australia.” The Albanese cabinet was just as eager to push the deal forward, he added.


The Australian Royal Navy is buying up tofive attack submarinesfrom the US and possibly building three more with the UK’s help. The deal is estimated to cost 360 billion Australian dollars ($240bn).


With that investment, Australia could have40 to 50 domestically-built Collins-classdiesel-electric submarines instead, Keating suggested.


A larger fleet would be far better at protecting Australia from a possible invasion, which would require an “armada of troops ships”reaching its coast, he believes. Meanwhile, the nuclear subs would be sent to the Chinese coast to potentially take part in a US-Chinese conflict, the former prime minister suggested.


“It’s a strange way to defend Australia to have your submarines sunk on the Chinese continental shelf chasing Chinese submarines,” Keating mused.


“We are part of a [US] containment policy against China,” he added. “It’s about one matter only: the maintenance ofUS strategic hegemony in Southeast Asia.”


The politician dismissed as “rubbish” the idea that China poses a military threatto Australia in the first place and shamed national journalists peddling it. (What?)

Anonymous ID: 4623a6 March 15, 2023, 9:47 a.m. No.18512708   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>2740 >>3067 >>3134 >>3205

15 Mar, 2023 08:25

Seymour Hersh shares concerns about what US could do next in Ukraine conflict

Washington could clash with Moscow’s forces if Kiev starts to lose, the veteran journalist argues


The United States could get directly involved in the Ukraine conflict if it sees that Kiev’s forces are on the back foot, Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Seymour Hersh suggested on Tuesday.


Speaking at an event in Washington, DC hosted by the Committee for the Republic, a non-profit organization, Hersh noted that theUS “did stupid things” during the Vietnam War, and suggested that Washington could “start doing something else” in the Ukraine conflict.


“I don’t know what happens if it goes bad for Ukraine, you have all this manpower,” he said, pointing out that the US hasdispatched units of its 82nd and 101st elite airborne divisionsclose to the Ukrainian border, while “a lot of weapons and arms are coming” to Europe.


“I’m told the game is going to be: this is NATO, we are supporting NATO in offensive operations against the Russians, which is not going to fool the world… It’s us fighting Russia,” Hersh stressed, without disclosing his sources.


According to Hersh, “the big deal” is that Russian President Vladimir Putin is ready to come to an agreement with the Ukrainian government. “The deal is demilitarize, and it’s going to be a no-go for us,” the journalist said, adding that theRussian leader “has not put in his main force yet” in the conflict.


Summing up the Ukraine conflict, Hersh argued that “we just may be kidding ourselves what’s going on there and what the results are going to be”.


He recalled the battle of Stalingrad during WWII, when Soviet troops suffered heavy losses but still emerged victorious. “Come on. Do we really want to mix up with those guys? I don’t think so,” the journalist added.


In February, Hersh released a bombshell report on last September’s Nord Stream 1 and 2 gas pipeline blasts, accusing Washington of orchestrating the attack. The White House denied responsibility. Last week, several Western media outlets claimed the culprits may have been linked to Ukraine. Moscow dismissed the reports as “a coordinated media hoax campaign.”


Russia has repeatedly voiced concerns about the eastward expansion of NATO and its involvement in the Ukraine conflict. Last month, Kremlin Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov stated thatNATO “is no longer acting as our conditional opponent, but as our enemy” as it conducts round-the-clock intelligence operations against Moscow and continues to supply Kiev with arms.


(Hopefully there are still some sane people in the military)