The War on Russia

DanielH

Ostrich
Orthodox
The anti Russia rhetoric has been increased in the past several months and I get the impression that the elites are now starting to believe that a military showdown is going to occur at some point. If this really does come to pass, this will be a very dangerous and potentially catastrophic event. This will not be like what has taken place in Iraq or Afghanistan. If the elites push for this then god help us.
My hunch is that the US and its puppetmasters will try to control the world not so much with its military but with social media, mass migration, financial weapons, and encouraging sin (homosexuality, drinking, drugs, transgenderism birth control, etc.) If they can force the same psychosis of the average American onto another country, that country is then neutralized and is now another vector working to spread the disease of globohomo.

Look at how we entice African countries to accept homosexuality and the vaccine by dangling aid money over them. All of these countries which in days of yore would have been prime sites for proxy wars are now in the middle of a different war not waged with bombs and bullets, but rather financial implements and the allure of sin.

The US is recognizing it is failing militarily as it is withdrawing from the Middle East, and letting its Navy fall apart. Morale has never been lower in the military with only the possible exception of late stage Vietnam. As long as it can maintain its weapons of mass destruction (and the value of the dollar), which now includes cyber warfare and diseases as Klaus Schwab has been hinting at, the Globalist American Empire (GAE) has nothing to fear.

In summation, I wouldn't worry about large scale military engagements any time soon unless you live in one of these border states between the GAE and its opponents (Russia being one of the main ones). The bad news is that this new warfare is far worse than conventional warfare for families and the souls of the victims.
 

911

Peacock
Gold Member
The new draft policies are going to bring a massive influx of strong independent two-mom women into the ranks of US military, thus decisively shifting the balance of power towards NATO. I would expect Xi and Putin to act quickly before the US mobilizes its Army of Emmas, at which point it would be too late for Eurasia...
 

dicknixon72

Pelican
Interesting new export-oriented counter to the F-35, Sukhoi's Checkmate, influenced by a stillborn Northrop concept for an F-16 replacement.
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Easy_C

Peacock
My hunch is that the US and its puppetmasters will try to control the world not so much with its military but with social media, mass migration, financial weapons, and encouraging sin (homosexuality, drinking, drugs, transgenderism birth control, etc.)
Yeah but that’s remarkably easy to counter some aspects of that. There’s a reason they flip out whenever other countries ban big tech
 

Transsimian

Ostrich
Gold Member
Yeah but that’s remarkably easy to counter some aspects of that. There’s a reason they flip out whenever other countries ban big tech
Not endorsing Aparthied (though, SA is getting scarier) but it was interesting how they only adopted TV in the late seventies. Here's a Time Magazine article from the sixties.
Friday, Nov. 20, 1964

The Other Vast Wasteland​

It is afternoon, and the Bantu houseboy is in the living room cleaning the carpet. Someone has left the TV on. The boy looks up at the screen, sees a chorus line of white girls in scanty costumes. Suddenly seized by lust, he runs upstairs and rapes the lady of the house.
The scene is hypothetical, but it has been endlessly conjured up to explain why Africa's most technically advanced nation still lacks mass television. In white-ruled South Africa, the government refuses to permit TV on the ground that it would corrupt both the white minority and nonwhite majority.* Prime Minister Hendrik Verwoerd has more or less put TV in a category with atom bombs and poison gas. "They are modern things, but that does not mean they are desirable. The government has to watch for any dangers to the people, both spiritual and physical." Minister of Posts and Telegraphs Albert Hertzog has put the government view just as bluntly: "The effect of the wrong picture on children, the less developed, and other races can be highly detrimental." He is on record with the pledge: "As far as I am concerned, we will never have television."
The Nationalist government, composed mostly of Dutch-descended Boers, also fears that canned TV programs from the U.S. and Britain would further "anglicize" South Africa, 37% of whose white population is English-speaking. Beyond that, the Nationalists feel that Anglo-Saxon liberalism reflected in such programs could subtly undermine apartheid—although a good packager ought to be able to find some pretty safe fare. Still, Hertzog accuses South Africa's English-dominated business community, and specifically Diamond Tycoon Harry F. Oppenheimer, of plotting to bring in television, which could mean "the destruction of white South Africa."
Meanwhile, South Africans console themselves by going to the movies; with a logic of sorts the government considers the movies less dangerous than TV, because at least they do not reach everyone's home free. Oddly, South Africans also keep buying TV sets—"for when the time comes." Popular pressure for TV is growing, and some closed-circuit transmissions for industrial and medical groups have been permitted. Reportedly, Verwoerd may use the promise of TV as a vote-getting device to enhance his party's expected victory in the next election. And it is even beginning to dawn on some stubborn Nationalists that television, under strict government control, could be a powerful tool to spread their apartheid gospel in black and white, and maybe even color.
Before then, European-descended South Africans had high birthrate and low divorce rate, children did well in school and university, and there wasn't much wasteful consumerism. TV may have hurt this.
 

911

Peacock
Gold Member

La Águila Negra

Ostrich
Protestant
Russian elections coming up. Nothing to hit the bear with so they are now just making stuff up


Ukraine is expected to move towards a Latin alphabet and mandatory English from kindergartens onwards.

 

Transsimian

Ostrich
Gold Member
NSFW
The girl suggests that they try something new in the sex life, which leads the guy to being injured. In the end of the video, the background voice voices the opinion that switching to something new just for its novelty is not a good idea and that you should stick with things you already trust. Titles: "United Russia. Time-proven."
A bit of context: this refers to the tactics of the current Russian government (which hasn't mostly changed for the last 20 years), where they constantly imply that the change of power will lead to tragic consequences as opposed to existing "stability".
 

La Águila Negra

Ostrich
Protestant
Putin and Lukashenko have concluded a sunmit with the statement that the Ukraine must not enter NATO. And if they do its game on

Luka also said that the US is creating covert bases in the Ukraine. Also lots of talk of Belarus and Russia moving closer towards a union.


I believe the headline is not entirely correct. The Russians are abiding by their contracts but the demand in Europe is just a lot higher. How's that green energy and all the other megalomaniac projects working out?

What are the odds that Europe will have the coldest winter in years due to the La Palma volcano eruption?

EU politicians will blame Russia anyway.


What happened to Russell??

 

eL-JJ

Robin
Non-Christian
There is also a diplomatic spat related to the strange story that is now escalating related to a 2014 explosion on a Czech military base. Back then it was considered an accident, but now the Czechs are saying it was Russian intelligence officers bombing the base
Any updates on the political situation of the Czech Republic?, it was reported the "Czech Trump" was defeated there recently, and the usual suspects :alien: seem very happy.


Didn't this happen to Salvini too?

Wanted to post this in Central Europe politics thread but there is nothing.
 

La Águila Negra

Ostrich
Protestant
Any updates on the political situation of the Czech Republic?, it was reported the "Czech Trump" was defeated there recently, and the usual suspects :alien: seem very happy.


Didn't this happen to Salvini too?

Wanted to post this in Central Europe politics thread but there is nothing.
Maybe you can start a EU/Europe politics thread

The Duran had several spot on videos on this topic. Babis was mentioned in the Pandora Papers, which was most likely a CIA/MI6 operation anyway. The timing of the 'leak' was no accident in that regard.

What we are seeing now is in my opinion the preparations for a major conflict that will change the way we see the world. The neo-liberal UK-US-EU axis are leaping towards totalitarianism and are trying to bring maverick countries in line. You can't fight a global conflict - in whatever form it may be with question marks in your own midst.

In the EU these more sovereigntist countries are Czechia, Poland, Hungary and now suddenly Slovenia is on the list too (spat between Jansa and Rutte).

Belarus and Serbia are potential candidates for regime change too (be it through legal or illegal ways). Although Belarus now seems far removed from the clutches of Brussels and Washington, and Serbia too (although they do have a politcal elite that is for a massive part sold out - but the Kosovo issue would be unsellable to the general public)

These moves should be seen in accordance with EU laws bringing the information sphere under total control, the covid1984 digital IDs and mass censorship.

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Jansa named George Soros bytheway, which is why Rutte got has panties in a twistFBt34W1WYCM9Idu.jpg
 
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La Águila Negra

Ostrich
Protestant
Russia has also closed the NATO mission in the country indefinitely, which came after yet another dozen or so Russian diplomats were expelled from the US

However all of that is rather uninteresting as it has been going on since 2014 now, and actually even before that

One of the most restraintful and cautious commentators in the alt-geopolitical sphere, A. Mercouris, is now coming to the conclusion that something is different this time and that the wardrums sound more menacing than before

Are we headed for a hot global conflict?

I personally believe that's a yes

 
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911

Peacock
Gold Member
Important recent speech from Putin, where he details the ideological drifts in the West and relates them to the Soviet Bolshevik era, this is a 9min excerpt from a 3 hour speech (subtitles available by clicking CC):


Putin: "Teaching young children they can easily swap genders is ‘borderline crime against humanity"

 
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