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Welcome to the season of everything losing ground, at least for Western Civ. Sore-beset with idiots and scoundrels running things, the West stumbles backwards into neo-medieval darkness and superstition, hurling garlic bombs of objurgation against the supposedly wicked Putin along the way.

Your “trusted news sources” in our corner of the world will not tell you this, but the mythologized golem of the West’s collective sick mind, The Putin, mounted Operation Z in Ukraine at our country’s foolish behest. It was a twisted variation of the old head-trip Let’s You and Him Fight — described so well in psychologist Eric Berne’s classic book Games People Play. It’s a game instigated generally by women. The West detests the actual Mr. Putin for systemically and doggedly having to correct the mischief that the USA set in motion there in 2014 — putting out a dumpster fire we kept feeding for eight years.

Mainly we hate the Russian president for doing what he said he would do, acting like a man, literally having to set boundaries for the unruly children, like Daddy used to do. America hates daddies. To America, all daddies are monsters (rapists!). That’s why America wants to turn all daddies into mommies. Anyway, we barely remember what daddies used to do. The context for daddies — the family — has been obliterated in America by every agency and institution in the land. The only role available these days is the chimerical creature known as a “baby daddy,” which is as much a baby as a daddy, developmentally speaking. Real daddies are men, which is to say: not babies. Mr. Putin acts like a man, especially having to do a dirty job that needs doing, without complaint. America can’t stand that.

If the USA and its NATO allies actually cared about Ukraine, we would have just left the place alone to slowly settle into the de-industrialized agricultural backwater it was becoming. And if we wanted to prevent widespread devastation once Operation Z got underway, we would have promoted peace talks, with an emphasis on our previous declaration that Ukraine would not be a candidate to join NATO. Instead, we set up Ukraine as a launching pad for annoying Russia (while also using Ukraine as a money laundromat for public officials and arms-makers).

America is a drama queen, like the Queen Bee in one of those Real Housewives shows on cable TV, whose entire purpose in life is creating colorful conflicts within her circle of sisters. Daddy is not needed around that house, except offstage maybe as the wide-receiver for a multi-million-dollar paycheck courtesy of the NFL (a rival entertainment). When one of America’s drama queen stunts goes wrong, the Queen Bee melts into a puddle of tears — boo hoo — tripping the empathy toggle.The sisters cluster around her, beating their wings. Somebody, please, help her feel better… fetch her a glass of pinot grigio or a Xanax!

Drama Queen Bee America does not like how the Ukraine drama is playing out. The mean old Daddy Putin is rocking the joint, cleaning out the place like Gary Cooper in some Long Branch Saloon of the Eurasian steppe — heaving all those Azov Nazis through the swinging doors out into the dusty street. The other sisters in the NATO circle were induced to acting as cheerleaders for the Azov boys, and now Mr. Putin has gone and turned off Europe’s gas. Western Civ is about to be sent to bed without dinner — the ultimate daddy trick. Now the sisters are all going boo hoo. Nothing is working for the sisterhood.

America’s president, “Joe Biden,” suits the current national script perfectly. He’s a mere prop for the drama queens. No one mistakes him for “Daddy.” He’s the old, impotent, intemperate, often confused “Grampy,” a figure of bathos and derision, a shell of a man who, in his prime, lived just to work his official positions for millions in grift. How, otherwise, do you account for his fortune? The Ukraine money laundromat was one of his favorite stops, managed carefully by cheerleaders Victoria Nuland, Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch, and NSC official Fiona Hill, America’s foreign policy establishment there back in the day.

But who, exactly, is managing Grampy now backstage in the White House? My guess would be Susan Rice because you never hear anything about Susan Rice or her role there: Director of the Domestic Policy Council of the United States. Wow! Sounds weighty. When was the last time you saw her name in The New York Times or cable TV news? You’d think they’d be interested in her doings. Yet I doubt that one-in-a-hundred US citizens could tell you who Susan Rice is and what she does. (Was that her the other day in a bunny suit at the White House Easter Egg Roll, assisting a confused Grampy offstage?)

Somewhere in the White House there must be phone logs that record how many times a day Ms. Rice makes and receives phone calls across town to and from the Kalorama neighborhood of DC. Does that make Barack Obama America’s secret daddy? Or is he playing a somewhat different role… like, head of a cartel?

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650 Responses to “Daddies in Mommie-land”

  1. Penelope Dreadful April 22, 2022 at 9:52 am #

    I think Jen Psaki is running things. Because with the Left, everything is OPTICS! No matter how dumb the policy, or how badly it fails, the fault is always – We need better messaging!

    Now that she is going to MSNBC, maybe that gives her an additional edge for MESSAGING!

    • shotho April 22, 2022 at 10:00 am #

      I believe Rice is very involved in running Biden and that Obama is running her, but who is running Obama?

      • malthuss April 22, 2022 at 10:18 am #

        Ayers, Dhorn?

        • Unperson37854 April 22, 2022 at 12:24 pm #

          People forget about Ayers and Dhorn, and there’s that other revolutionary chick I always see with them at the BLM rallies who all but gleefully admits out in the open that BLM is a means to an end.

          And Ayers was a proponent of grooming, er, I mean indoctrinating children as early as possible. You don’t need to indoctrinate if you’re ideas are good or sound, but you do need to indoctrinate if your ideas are garbage and a little life experience would expose them as such.

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      • thirdcoastlegend April 22, 2022 at 10:43 am #

        Susan Rice is the most invisible mandarin in DC these days, though Val Jarrett is giving her a run for her money.

        • Beryl of Oyl April 22, 2022 at 11:05 am #

          Valerie just had “work done”. Maybe she plans on becoming more visible?

          • megabeth April 22, 2022 at 1:05 pm #

            Roseanne was right about her looks, but the way.

      • pyrrhus April 22, 2022 at 1:28 pm #

        That is the 64k question…Meanwhile, Ukraine having been the money laundering center of the Universe…it still is…How much of this “aid” that we are supposedly sending do you think ever gets there? How much of it is useless, like Stingers with dead batteries, or never existed at all, except on the Pentagon’s books?
        By sending the useless or nonexistent to the UKR, it can be written off those books, covering up the fraud…great scam!

      • The Man They Call Zazelle April 22, 2022 at 6:29 pm #

        “I believe Rice is very involved in running Biden and that Obama is running her, but who is running Obama?” ~ shotho


      • Uncle Bob April 22, 2022 at 7:07 pm #

        Soros and Buffett, who are run by Klaus Schwab and his World Economic Forum. It remains to be seen whether the WEF is a subsidiary of the Warburgs and Rothschilds, but the general machinations certainly look like something ultimately wrought by Ba’al.

      • benr April 22, 2022 at 7:28 pm #

        Penny Pritzker
        I am very sure still plays a part in all this and if you research what she is about it’s pretty ugly.

      • MaryQueen April 22, 2022 at 8:08 pm #

        Soros, but I read over a year ago he passed the torch, which means Obomber is pretty far up there on the chain now.

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        • Alydia April 24, 2022 at 12:01 am #

          This was suppose to be a reply to shotho…I don’t know how it got this far down. New to this site so please be patient with me.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle April 24, 2022 at 10:54 am #

            Actually, you’re good. Your reply is flush/inline, along with responses, including mine, to shotho. Satan’s a good one.

        • spaingaroo April 24, 2022 at 5:53 pm #

          yes, although I think there may be a couple of layers of various reptiles between the top, where Satan sits, and the mere mortals that we see.

      • boomer1 May 3, 2022 at 10:50 pm #

        That is easy. it is the tribe. They are in charge and run everything, You might be able to make the case that putin is facing down the russki and uke jewish oligarchs. Meanwhile ,here in lala land ( USA)Blackrock ( fink and novick ( are planning a food shortage. Get ready !

    • megabeth April 22, 2022 at 10:05 am #

      After the first few years of disciplined messaging and narrative from the Bush Administration, the Dems really took messaging to heart, passing around George Lakoff’s _Dont Think of an Elephant_ pamphlet. It was all about framing Dems as “nurturing parent” as opposed to ‘Pubs’ “strict father” frame. It’s all very barfworthy to review, considering how shallow, friable, and self-serving their messaging always is.

      Ashamed to admit that I still own a copy.

      • Penelope Dreadful April 22, 2022 at 2:19 pm #

        Well, I may have to grab a copy of that for myself!

      • Paula D April 22, 2022 at 3:16 pm #

        Many Americans seem determined to pretend that the Mighty Wurlitzer of propaganda is somehow a neutral institution, something that can be played by anyone with a message. Hence, the book advising better messaging.
        You hear that a lot with people frustrated that the US is wining the propaganda war “Why doesn’t Putin just release information?” as if CNN and NPR would spread it every hour on the ”news” if someone came out with important information.
        The Douma “gas attack” was a primo example of the power of the US over the world’s media.
        The US PR firms and their White Helmet production crew made a film about the gas attack, which starred a telegenic little boy being hosed off by heroic “volunteers”.
        But Russia came into Douma before the terrorists could clean up their traces and they brought the little boy to the Hague to testify about how he had been used, and how there was no gas attack.
        Did the “news” media cover it? Of course not! Russia presented the star of their damn show, and debunked it,and they deemed it unnewsworthy.
        Meanwhile, whistle blowers at the OPCW blew the whistle about how the “report” had been censored and how they had been not allowed to give their assessments.
        Did the Mighty Wurlitzer spread that Truth, because that’s all you need, the Truth?

        • Uncle Bob April 22, 2022 at 7:12 pm #

          Funny how the people who have spent decades telling us there’s no such thing as objective truth are the same ones telling us their version of agitprop is “The Truth,” and anything that disagrees is mere propaganda and falsehood. Why, The One was even trotted out to tell us this in the last day or two to remind us of this “Truth!”

          • Paula D April 23, 2022 at 1:07 pm #

            I saw that. Although they insist that he has superb communication and oration skills, I disagree.
            He tells us that we must not be allowed to hear anything but the Official Truth and I’m supposed to swoon over his dulcet voice and internalize my own oppression?
            Yeah, no.

        • Bilejones April 23, 2022 at 8:59 am #

          Herr Schicklgruber’s little boy was right about many things.
          The Lugenpresse was one of them.

          • KarlDehrmann April 29, 2022 at 9:57 am #

            If you’re going to support Hitler and Nazi ideas, why don’t you emulate your evil heros and grow a set of balls. Just say what you mean. Jesus tapdancing Christ. It’s like calling the Jews “the Amish”. I think you’re a moron, but you don’t have to be a pussy too.

    • Unperson37854 April 22, 2022 at 12:19 pm #

      I must say, the analogies drawn in this article are such a perfect encapsulation of the disfunctional psychologies that are ushering in our demise.

      • The Man They Call Zazelle April 22, 2022 at 6:33 pm #

        Well, environmentalists have been calling for a kind of collapse or at least serious decline of global-industrial civilization (or ‘civ’ for short) that governpimps’ have begun it in their own ways.

        Careful what you wish for.

        And stop thinking of your pimp and act for yourself and true community. Leave your pimps behind. That’s right: Let go of daddy/nanny-State.

        Geez kids. It’s that simple, if not necessarily easy.

        • The Man They Call Zazelle April 22, 2022 at 6:35 pm #

          Tax revolt.

          • Harry Bolsogna April 23, 2022 at 2:38 am #

            If these people can print billions/trillions of dollars and put it on you the tax payer, do you really think they give a shit if you pay your taxes? Your tax payment means nothing to them. We don’t live in that world anymore dude.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle April 23, 2022 at 7:05 am #

            Well I just threw that in at the last minute for the hell of it, but you have a valid point of course, and appreciate it.

            If you do a lookup for ‘Caelan MacIntyre’ (me), ‘Introducing Permaea’ and ‘Permaculture Global’ (the site), and then do a page-Find for ‘money’, you’ll find it referred to a few times.

            7 years or so later, I’m unsure money, given its symbolic nature for one, would necessarily work and I might be leaning toward something of a gift and/or barter economy.

            What do you think?

            And is an ethical, unpegged currency viable?

            If the State is printing its money, what happens if it becomes no good in an alternative society, like Monopoly money?

            What happens at certain points in time to the erosions of certain levels of trust in a system?

            Perhaps you would like to pore through my 7+ year-old essay there (And/Or write your own and let us read it.) and let me know how you would change it and I would consider the changes and credit you. Otherwise, I might get a book done, not that that is necessarily an easy inclination. (I have been trying.)

            The issue is essentially about making changes that work for both people and planet, the living creatures on it.

    • Penelope Dreadful April 22, 2022 at 2:25 pm #

      OH, BTW my TOP-SEKRIT book just came in about an hour ago, that book I did not want to name last week because I found a $10 copy of it, and everywhere else it is a lot more expensive. And I did not want the mailperson to get waylaid, SO – from 1972:

      It is (drumroll…) Triage, by Leonard C. Lewin! The Most Shocking and Prophetic Fiction Experience since 1984!

      Here is the blurb off the back cover:

      A plan for government-approved murder for social benefit had already been scheduled by the President.

      It called for the latest technique in liquidation: controlled wars, psychological self-destruction, and selective termination of the aged, the infirm, the unstable and the unfit.

      The first phase began with a unique method of extermination for hard-core drug addicts.

      And only God knew where the second phase would end. . . .

      I have not read any of the book yet, but already I am thinking Fentanyl and COVID and puberty blockers, OH MY! fentanyl, COVID and puberty blockers – ohhh those poppies are sooo pretty. . .

  2. steppingup April 22, 2022 at 9:57 am #

    We live in interesting times. Great post again, James. Happy Fourth Turning everyone !

    • megabeth April 22, 2022 at 10:00 am #

      Pack your own parachutes, people.

      • thirdcoastlegend April 22, 2022 at 10:44 am #

        Marty Armstrong is recommending stashing a couple years worth of food.

        • neurodoc April 22, 2022 at 11:10 am #

          His AI computer system, Socrates, which has an amazing tract record, is predicting a World War III scenario starting in early 2023. That leaves 8 months to build and supply your bomb shelter, since the US corporation doesn’t supply that service to its people, that is, its ‘little’ people like all of us. BTW, Russia does.

          When the elites start popping their heads out of their bunkers, it might be a hoot to treat them like the gophers that are shot at 500 + years out west, when they stick head out of hole.

          • Unperson37854 April 22, 2022 at 12:26 pm #

            Switzerland also provides enough bunkers to house 120% of their population.

          • happiface April 22, 2022 at 2:20 pm #

            was waiting for a revision of that timeline from Martin –he did say it could be late 2022– russia has enough shelters to protect most the people–usa none–but there are miles of tunnels under DC,your not invited–plus many bases are underground,again your not invited

        • stelmosfire April 22, 2022 at 1:31 pm #

          Million of Americans are down with the program. They carry 6-12 months worth of calories every where they go. Of course they’ll never be able to out run the slim healthy folk once long pork becomes the only food available..

          • Ron Anselmo April 22, 2022 at 1:56 pm #

            SEF – great observation – self-tending livestock – until the market decides they’re at market weight. Brilliant.

          • Paula D April 22, 2022 at 3:19 pm #

            LOL, good point. Er, good points.

          • Penelope Dreadful April 22, 2022 at 7:14 pm #

            LOL! I am thinking here of morbidly obese Eloi trying to outrun Morlocks.

          • steppingup April 23, 2022 at 9:46 am #

            So, these 2 cannibals are eating a clown. One says to the other, “Hey, this clown taste funny to you?”

        • The Man They Call Zazelle April 22, 2022 at 6:43 pm #

          I keep reading this here and there online. After 2 years, then what?

          Learn some of seed-saving, guerrilla gardening, wild edibles (Gather responsibly. Duh. IOW, encourage new growth, plant seeds along the way, and don’t denude everything, etc.), food-preservation, reestablishing real community and learn a simple trade like moonshining, cordwaining (cobbler), beekeeping, etc..

          • steppingup April 23, 2022 at 9:55 am #

            2 years in case your first crop fails. 1 year and hope and prayers your crop doesnt fail. 1 years of preps and you starve waiting for your first harvest. I have 3 yrs for 2 people just in case, plus seeds and know how on saving more.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle April 23, 2022 at 10:21 am #

            Don’t forget wild edibles as well. If everything fails, we still have that. Everything we eat ultimately came from the wild.

  3. megabeth April 22, 2022 at 9:58 am #

    I’ve never been able to fault V. Putin for looking out for his own nation’s best interests, whatever his other faults.

    Meanwhile, our own government has more developmentally retarded people in it than does a whole slew of state asylums.

    • shotho April 22, 2022 at 10:03 am #

      It’s not easy to justify Russia’s invasion. War is a dirty business and is rarely justified, but there’s no doubt in my mind that the ‘West’ provoked it and is not sorry for it.

      • chopper April 22, 2022 at 10:10 am #

        Putins first responsibility is protecting the safety of Russians from enemys. How hard is it to recognize NATO as an enemy of Russia? What more justification does he need to keep NATO and our nukes at arms length? For Christ’s sake does anyone remember our reaction to Russian nukes in Cuba?

        • Ron Anselmo April 22, 2022 at 10:25 am #

          Good point Chopper – an inconvenient memory, er, truth.

          • SW April 22, 2022 at 10:38 am #

            Putin is acting as a head of state should act by putting his own country’s interest first but he’s consistently presented as a blood thirsty psycho (think: Dick Cheney’s spawn or Liz Cheney. with hair loss) rather than a man who wants no enemies perched on his border. I don’t think as many people would be cheerleading for this war if any of the history of this conflict was honest.

          • Ron Anselmo April 22, 2022 at 10:50 am #

            SW – nail on head, my friend. About half this country agrees with you and the other half not. Half this country is fairly well educated and the other half not. By show of hands, can anyone guess which is which?

          • Unperson37854 April 22, 2022 at 12:30 pm #

            The MSM, academia and all bodies of influence will tell you that the fairly well educated are the ones who blindly believe their propaganda, and everyone else are uneducated – but what is an education worth any more except to divorce you from your common sense via tribalist neo-marxist inspired gobbledigook?

        • C.O.Jones April 22, 2022 at 11:53 am #

          The Russian nukes in Cuba were a response to US nukes in Turkey. Khrushchev told Kennedy to move the nukes from Russia’s front porch and Kennedy said no. Khrushchev’s response was to place nukes in Cuba thereby creating the Cuban Missile Crisis famed in song and movie.

          Fast forward.

          Ukraine is getting ready to join NATO and place US nukes on Russia’s front porch. Putin says no way. Putin stands on the table shouting he cannot allow the safety of the Russian people to be endangered. “Joe Biden” dares him to do something about it. Putin takes the dare.

          Khrushchev backed down. Vladimir Putin did not.

          • Ron Anselmo April 22, 2022 at 12:31 pm #

            “Joe Biden” is a pussy who continues to act like a tough guy – only a front for the cabal of pussies behind him – acting like tough guys (and girls).

            Putin is a real man, a leader, looking out for the interests of his people (and admittedly himself & the Russian elite) – and he ain’t having any of it.


          • ThorsHammer April 22, 2022 at 2:31 pm #

            News flash:


            In a midnight coup, the province of Quebec deposed their detested boy leader Turdeau and declared their independence. . The new leadership was hand picked and vetted by Vladimir Putin, and duly sworn in overnight.I

            In other news, Russia announced that it is gifting a full S400 missile defense system along with Russian technicians to train their Quebec counterparts in its use. These events caused incredible amounts of consternation among the Decision Makers in the US, inciting a wave of mass suicides, among them Susan Rice.

            What are you going to do about it, Uncle Sam? Consult with Joe Bedpan?

          • The Man They Call Zazelle April 22, 2022 at 6:48 pm #

            “Putin is a real man, a leader, looking out for the interests of his people…” Ron Anselmo

            ^ This is just more baby-talk. You and JHK both and you can’t see it.

            “Grown men do not need leaders.” ~ Edward Abbey

            Wake the fuck up people or go down with your Titanic ships’ captains.

          • Uncle Bob April 22, 2022 at 7:24 pm #

            The Man They Call Zazelle, Biden, Putin and other heads of state are leaders. Like it or not, there is a hierarchy to everything: business, government, families, whatever. Bad leadership results in catastrophe, while good leadership generally results in success. Acting as a lone wolf just gets you killed, no matter how much of a badass you think you are.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle April 22, 2022 at 7:55 pm #

            Uncle Bob, smarten up.

            And don’t expect everyone to swallow your ostensible and relative mischaracterizations, decontextualizations and/or misguided notions of so-called leadership– whatever that actually means to you.

            There are whopping differences between family, tribal and village leadership versus large-scale State so-called leadership. Putting all of them in the same bag is disingenuous to put it one way.

            You likely don’t personally know Putin or Biden and you cannot exactly walk on over to their mud huts and poke them in the eyes if they pass one by on you either.

            They are flat/cartoon characters framed on flat screens for your consumption, ‘leading’ you and the sheeple by ‘remote-control’.

            Stop promoting them.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle April 22, 2022 at 8:10 pm #

            “Acting as a lone wolf just gets you killed, no matter how much of a badass you think you are.” ~ Uncle Bob

            No one is suggesting acting as a ‘lone wolf’– I’m one of the last who would– and this passage of yours (which echoes the State-influenced/controlled media Unabomberesque trope tripe) only helps in a kind of chilling effect– yet again in favour of the State, of upholding it/propping it up, to everyone’s detriment, including Mother Earth’s.

            Despite your garbage here, people can act together and simply transcend the State. It doesn’t have to be fought, just abandoned. Parallel networks and all that.

            The State abandoned people long ago. People, say, a la Dunbar number, do not belong in the large-scale nation State too and anyway. it is a large-scale sociopolitical cognitive dissonance to our small-scaled tribal wiring and, as such, ultimately self-collapsing in time.

            So that writ, to paraphrase JMG perhaps, ‘Collapse now and avoid the rush.’

          • The Man They Call Zazelle April 22, 2022 at 8:20 pm #

            See also my April 22, 2022 at 8:17 pm comment.

          • Bilejones April 23, 2022 at 9:25 am #

            “Khrushchev backed down”
            Khrushchev won.
            Everybody talks about the Russian removal from Cuba. No-one talks about the fact that the US nukes were removed from Turkey.

          • Ron Anselmo April 23, 2022 at 10:59 am #


            **“Putin is a real man, a leader, looking out for the interests of his people…” Ron Anselmo

            ^ This is just more baby-talk. You and JHK both and you can’t see it.

            “Grown men do not need leaders.” ~ Edward Abbey** ~ Zazelle

            Here’s what you don’t understand, because you’re not an Alpha male. Humans exhibit pack behavior. Pack behavior is dictated by a hierarchy. Alpha males lead. Putin is an Alpha male.

            The pack (followers, if you will) needs to understand the dynamic – the pack order. Putin challenged Biden (the supposed leader of the NATO pack) and backed him down from day one.

            Like it or not, all the other NATO members understand now, that their “leader” is no longer, and never was, an Alpha male, and there is a new true Alpha male in the picture.

            Study wolf pack behavior and you’ll understand social hierarchy. Lone wolves leave the pack voluntarily, knowing they’ll never be the Alpha male, nor at a high level in the pack hierarchy, or have been banished by the Alpha male.

            You seem to have chosen to leave voluntarily. Good for you.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle April 24, 2022 at 4:29 am #

            Ya sure, Putin the ‘leader-cum-alpha-male’ in a remote pissing-match with the “Biden” Leader (to quote our cute-and-cuddly JHK), Leading people he doesn’t know (and vice-versa) to their deaths from Behind his desk and Behind a battery of display screens, dressed in a suit and tie. Cuz humans are like wolf packs don’t ya know.

            Ron Anselmo commenting from flatland.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle April 24, 2022 at 4:38 am #

            “The tragedy of modern war is that the young men die fighting each other – instead of their real enemies back home in the capitals.” ~ Edward Abbey

            “…[Chris] Hedges draws on classical literature and his experiences as a war correspondent to argue that war seduces entire societies, creating fictions that the public believes and relies on to continue to support conflicts… The Hurt Locker, an Academy Award-winning film, opens with a quotation from the book: ‘The rush of battle is a potent and often lethal addiction, for war is a drug.’ ” ~ Wikipedia

          • spaingaroo April 24, 2022 at 9:13 am #

            and the Hurt Locker is one of the best war films ever, without a doubt

          • Ron Anselmo April 24, 2022 at 10:05 am #

            @ Zazelle

            Pot. Kettle. Black. You’re a real keyboard warrior, a real revolutionary.

            In the *real* world, where two men enter and one man leaves, Putin would drop you like a bad habit.

            Alpha male? Ya. The strong survive. The law of the jungle. Putin’s people will eat – you won’t. Keep dreaming.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle April 24, 2022 at 11:55 am #

            Ron, real leadership doesn’t come at the business end of weapons or physical threats, except maybe via some sadomasochistic exceptions and/or whatnot.

            Your adolescent-level conjectures aside, if your Putin, and I were in the same place/room, reality would be much different.
            But given complexity and the here and now, it seems far less about Putin or Biden than we might think anyway.

            That’s maybe partly why our host puts quotes around “Biden” or people talk about who’s ‘controlling’ him. They are like sticky labels on ‘The Machine’– which I’m responding to, incidentally.

            If only I had your fantasy-boy, Putin, alone, to contend with, but, alas, I have bigger fish to fry. ‘u^

          • Ron Anselmo April 24, 2022 at 3:04 pm #


            Have you been hitting Hunter’s crack pipe? LOL, thanks for the education. As JHK has said for years – a la TLE – our living arrangements will change – much simpler, due to resource constraints.

            All wars are resource wars – always have been since the beginning of time, and always will be. It has nothing to do with sadomasochism or adolescent-level conjectures.

            Your utopian fantasy world, where we all sit around and sing Kumbaya, may yet happen, but in the meantime, aptly named, there will be difficult times.

            The hopium you’re smoking, is blind to the meantime and supposes a seamless transition in living arrangements. Sorry, but it won’t unfold that way. Much to your dismay I’m sure, there will be no “safe spaces” in the meantime.

            In the meantime, I repeat: The strong will survive. It will be the law of the jungle. Some people will eat – many won’t. Keep dreaming. Over.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle April 25, 2022 at 4:42 am #

            I’ll just suggest you recall my mention of Flatland and place it in context with an offer of a word of caution for how you might think you understand such concepts as ‘war’, ‘strong’, ‘leader’, or ‘law of the jungle’, etc., and leave it at that.

      • Hereward the Woke April 22, 2022 at 1:30 pm #

        Actually, Shotho, it’s incredibly easy to justify Putin’s decision to go to war. For the last 30 years, Russia has been saying “Ukraine will not join Nato”. Fast forward to the Nato summit of 2008 and the neo-cons state that Ukraine and Georgia will be part of Nato and Russia can’t do a damn thing about. And don’t even get me started on the 2014 Color Revolution! If Putin had been doing this in Mexico, we’d have been radioactive dust years ago. Wars happen because diplomacy fails. In this case, the West didn’t even try diplomacy. I hope Putin grounds them into dust.

    • thirdcoastlegend April 22, 2022 at 10:46 am #

      Putin has repeatedly moved to protect his people, his nation, and his church.

      Meanwhile, the actions of Western leaders clearly indicate they want us all broke and dead.

      It’s hard not to prefer one attitude over the other.

    • TaxDonkey April 22, 2022 at 11:35 am #

      There’s apparently a very high correlation between triple-vaxx status and supporting a no-fly zone in Ukraine.

      • thirdcoastlegend April 22, 2022 at 11:42 am #

        I’m surprised we haven’t seen an attempt at a no-fly zone yet.

        Could it be there are sane military elements pushing back?

        Or is there doubt in their minds they could actually fight and defeat the Russian air force and air defenses?

        • Unperson37854 April 22, 2022 at 12:36 pm #

          Maybe all sides are in on it and it’s all grift theater…


          …The US is dragging it out as long as they can knowing full well they aren’t going to really stop anything, for the purpose of enriching themselves (1.3 billion “to” Ukraine [my ass], enriching the military industrial complex), running cleanup operations to erase their corrupt footprint in Ukraine, and exploiting the event to excuse lockdown and mandate-induced inflation and supply-chain consequences while simultaneously encouraging a famine-light that will see them gaining more power over the people in the name of “saving them” from starving etc.

          • JTinMD April 22, 2022 at 1:38 pm #

            yup, something along those lines, the bastards!

        • Hereward the Woke April 22, 2022 at 1:31 pm #

          There’s no no-fly zone in place because it is unenforceable and would almost certainly produce an incident that would lead to WW3. Even the neocon fools get that.

          • Uncle Bob April 22, 2022 at 7:41 pm #

            The Delaware Sphincter’s backers know nothing allows for widespread transformation of society quite as much as a war. Americans may not be in combat, but anxiety wrought by everything going on in Ukraine is allowing them to eliminate our rights, debase the currency, alter the population via both a tsunami of disease-riddled illegal immigrants, the Wuhan Red Death, and convincing us to all get castrated, and continue to gaslight us with bullshit about how anyone who doesnt go along with the program is at best a lunatic and at worst a subversive who must be destroyed. And tens of millions of lemmings are willing to follow the propagandists off the cliff.

          • abbybwood April 22, 2022 at 11:37 pm #

            Neocon fools like Sen. Coons who is actually talking about the U.S. needing to put “boots on the ground” in Ukraine?

            Then some idiot MP in Great Britain is yacking about Great Britain taking military ships into The Black Sea to fight Putin over Odessa!

            Michael Tracy covered all this on a Substack article and on Jimmy Dore’s show:


            As Gonzalo Lira pointed out today in a show at The Duran, (thankfully he is alive!), WW III has already started!

            Republicans and Democrats in Congress (all owned by the MIC) are 100% for escalating this lunacy.

            My question is this: Who will be a voice of sanity to lead us away from this quagmire?

      • ThorsHammer April 22, 2022 at 2:45 pm #


        I looked for the numbers but failed to save them to my library. From memory:

        Among the Vaccinated and Boosted:
        —-67% support sending American forces to enforce a no-fly zone in Ukraine, putting the US pilots and Russian air force in direct conflict. and guaranteed to be the final trigger to the next level of WWIII.
        —- For the “fully vaccinated” with two mRNA inoculations: 51%
        — For the un-vaccinated, 13%

        Perfect example of the success of the COVID vaccination program—

        • D from OR April 24, 2022 at 10:51 am #

          Who responds to polls??? We never ditched our landline but rarely, if ever, get calls for national polls.

          I suspect the “vaccinated and boosted” would skew older which would mean they are more likely to buy the idea of a war in the traditional kinetic sense.

          It would be better for poll takers to ask people which label they identify with before asking an opinion. Are you a Follower, an Agnostic or Free Thinker? Then ask their opinion otherwise it’s all b.s.

      • Paula D April 22, 2022 at 3:25 pm #

        For sure, Tax Donkey.
        If someone on social media chimes into a discussion on Ukraine by vomiting out anti-Putin screeds and channeling msm ludicrous propaganda points, 99% of the time they end up by comparing Putin to Trump and the operation in Ukraine to Jan. 6th.
        And their profile picture will show them masked and there will be a frame around it saying “I got vaxed”.
        It never fails.

        • TaxDonkey April 22, 2022 at 4:12 pm #

          For the most part, none of these people had much to say about Iraq, Afghan, Libya, Syria, Yemen, Serbia and so many other. Now all of a sudden, they have to vomit media talking points in your face. They didn’t even blink when Covid was completely gone one day and was replaced by 24 hour per day coverage of Russia.

  4. cowbell81 April 22, 2022 at 10:01 am #

    I always enjoyed watching old episodes of Father Knows Best. The family unit there was supreme, everything right with the world, exactly as it should be. Lord know a show like that could never be made in today’s day and age. If they did a re-make it would have to feature a pair of trannies, and a father figure that is remarried to a hooker with the kids living with their two lesbo mothers.

    • Penelope Dreadful April 22, 2022 at 2:34 pm #

      I have thought that about Gunsmoke! Matt would still be white, but Chester would be gay. Miss Kitty would be in a Lesbian hookup with various “saloon girls.” Doc Adams would be an all-knowing woman of color, played by Whoopi Goldberg. The US Cavalry would be drunk racists on horsebacks. Every other episode would be mixed-race couples fleeing from slavery up to Canada, and when the Injuns attacked, the whole cast would join in with them to finish off white settlers in wagon trains.

      • SW April 22, 2022 at 2:51 pm #

        Brilliant, Penny but Matt Dillion would be saved from slaughter b/c he has been questioning they/their gender chosen on the birth certificate and realized they/them were gender fluid with a dash of cis-normative and qualified for special victim status.

      • TaxDonkey April 22, 2022 at 2:51 pm #

        It would be unwatchable like a lot of garbage that Hollywood is putting out.

      • messianicdruid April 23, 2022 at 2:42 pm #

        I would like to have the text of his monolouge as he is walking among the wooden gravemarkers and crossed sticks on Boot Hill.

        Dodge City [ or maybe OZ ] in the background as the wind is howling past trying to blow off his cowboy hat.

        He would be comparing some of the recent dead there to the people in town [ or City ] and how they died [ he planted a few himself ] and how the people in town were living still.

      • The Man They Call Zazelle April 24, 2022 at 4:15 am #

        Leave It To Beaver would be a porn channel on XTube.

  5. Walter B April 22, 2022 at 10:01 am #

    A bit misogynistic today Jim, though I think that I can add some clarification to your idea. As I grew up it seemed to me that those who were manipulating our society took the Ward Cleaver and Father Knows Best wise man of the house model and decayed it into an Archie Bunker, Family Guy village idiot paradigm instead. Women were lured out of the traditional roles of housewife and motherhood by demeaning and degrading those roles, so that industry could make them work harder and get paid less and a lot of them fell for it.

    Degrading the roles of all men through pornography, sexual deviation and the current gender bending has had the effect of pretty much removing men from the roles of leadership and replaced them with geriatric zombies who hold the reigns of power in the old, cold hands until death.

    I know many women who are exceptional bright and seriously talented and frankly not too many men of value, especially in leadership roles.

    As I have posted before here, men and women were designed to work together in life to achieve all sorts of goals and when we choose to fight one another instead we get crap like Nancy Pelosi and Joe Biden. Right now there are few in the political arena that I have any use or respect for, but Tulsi Gabbard, Allen West, and Rand Paul are certainly my top three in the respect category.

    Let us strive to work together and refuse to work against one another .
    All of the characters in TV land are human garbage IMHO so disconnect your cable as I did in 2015 and connect with real people. They are out there.

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    • megabeth April 22, 2022 at 10:13 am #

      It is not misogynistic to call out toxic femininity where it manifests, Walter. There is little to admire in excessive emotional ism or resorting to manipulation as a first-line tool in human interaction. We do need a check on these things.

      • Walter B April 22, 2022 at 10:35 am #

        No doubt. When emotions rule everything falls apart. But even though the Psaki’s, the Pelosi’s, and the Feinstein’s appear to be in charge, it is still Schwab, Rothschild, Barry Obama and Gates who still rule.

      • thirdcoastlegend April 22, 2022 at 11:00 am #

        Excessive emotionalism is a perfect description of the governing attitudes across the West.

        I wish I knew how can we begin reducing that influence.

        • Ron Anselmo April 22, 2022 at 12:34 pm #

          Throat-punching works.

          • megabeth April 22, 2022 at 1:10 pm #


          • Ron Anselmo April 22, 2022 at 2:22 pm #

            Beth – you and the family feeling up to snuff?

          • happiface April 22, 2022 at 2:24 pm #

            ha ha ha!!! excellent

          • Ron Anselmo April 22, 2022 at 4:28 pm #

            There’s no time to get emotional. Have you ever tried to breathe through a crushed trachea?

          • megabeth April 23, 2022 at 5:33 am #

            Hi, Ron! The husband and I are still feeling a little run-down, yet. Fatigue and nausea remain on day 12 after catching the Wuhan flu. Our son, 19, just had a sneezy 4 days and is feeling much better, thanks.

            My mom came down with COVID Classic while she was on hospice for advanced COPD. Amazingly, she just felt nausea and fatigue for a while, then shook it off. Strange illness.

          • Ron Anselmo April 23, 2022 at 11:27 am #

            Morning Beth – that’s all great news, especially your Mom. I’m sure you know the treatment protocols – lots of Vit C, D & zinc, to boost your immune system. You all will be bulletproof now from a natural immunity standpoint. Stay well-rested too.

    • Jarek April 22, 2022 at 10:28 am #

      Men and women were designed to work together with men leading. Women have no interest in men who are below them in the social hierarchy – usually calibrated in terms of how much he makes.

      Classic Feminism threw in the idea that Feminism would free men from being success objects. No doubt many idealistic women believed this. But their lower brains, chakras, and glands did and do not.

      Still with me? Thus? Thus the higher women rise, the less they marry. Thus? Fewer high IQ couples. Thus? Thus fewer high IQ children. Thus? Thus we decline as a people and nation. Replacing what should have been with high IQ Asian immigrants really isn’t the same thing. Their loyalties are in question to say the least.

      • Ishabaka April 22, 2022 at 10:51 am #

        Western universities are the Great Sterilizer.
        The only high IQ couples have large numbers of children are the extremely religious.
        Look into the Quiver Full movement.

        • MaryQueen April 22, 2022 at 10:14 pm #

          Yeah and they are freaks.

      • D from OR April 22, 2022 at 11:44 am #

        IQ is an interesting thing as it doesn’t necessarily quantify the type of intelligence one has. Currently it is fashionable to consider those with the STEM skills to be the intelligent ones. All those wordy, philosophical types be damned!

        The STEM high IQ couples that marry often hatch progeny on the spectrum. You know, the types who willingly fit into a slot somewhere where original thoughts are unwelcome – just knowing complexity is key. Not smart in a way that matters when SHTF.

        Some of the young smart daughters of my friends can’t get a relationship going due to Wokeism. If they date a fella that checks all the Woke boxes he turns out to be an immature jerk (surprise!). Dating a “regular’ guy is out of the question for these gals so they are left in a perpetual circle of romantic disappointment because the Woke “man” is unable to truly fulfill his role. They are losing precious time.

        Of course a young gal I know without the university education is the real smart one. She has taken a different tack and has joined a Christian Orthodox church. She is one of the faithful but she’s also on a mission to find her future husband there among the congregation. She’s pretty, kind and is eager to start a family. I reckon those will be smart kids.

      • Jarek April 22, 2022 at 11:57 am #

        I saw a video once of an amazing female executive. She felt empty and knew she wanted to get married and have a family. She knew at 29 or 30 her time was running out. So she took a year off (she was that successful) to Do It. She approached whole affair rationally and on a large scale, with the best dating sites and going on several dates a week. If she succeeded, she wouldn’t be going back to work, at least not for many years. She did and they got busy having kids immediately.

      • TaxDonkey April 22, 2022 at 2:56 pm #

        Jarek that’s all pretty interesting. I’m wondering if there is any peer-reviewed research on that topic? Probably not, since such a proposal would not get funded, LOL.

      • The Man They Call Zazelle April 24, 2022 at 9:22 am #

        “Men and women were designed to work together with men leading.” ~ Jarek

        Nature is adaptive and changeable and can resist/transcend the little compartmentalizations/categorizations/labels/expectations/notions/etc. that humans attempt to bung nature into.
        That includes ‘men’ and ‘women’.

        One problem with ‘feminism’– and you’ll likely agree– and probably the fundamental one– is precisely its ‘semantics’ or ‘lens’ (of ‘feminine/female’)…

        It suggests what Thomas Kuhn, if recalled, once suggested, namely, and to paraphrase, that ‘it is the lens which determines what we can see’– the ‘Law of the instrument’. Or, to put it another way, ‘with a hammer, everything looks like a nail’.

        That writ, we may see fit to view men and women and their surrounding contexts as more dynamic, fluid, adaptive, changeable and so forth.

    • Islander April 22, 2022 at 10:58 am #

      “A bit misogynistic today Jim, ”

      No, not at all misogynistic.

      That is a truly banal ans superficial response.
      Typical male . . . (joke)

      Jim’s analysis is spot on. Not complete but a worthy contribution.
      And a great read, as usual!

      I myself have been working on the “passive aggression” angle.

      Over at Andrei Martyanov’s blog there is a link to a fellow named Darren Magee who dissects the narcissim complex. Not just personal vanity type narcissism, but the psycho controlling type..Definitely worth a look.

      All of these attempts to understand the underlying neurosis or pathology of the USA show that people have noticed parallels of different kinds between the psychopathologies they deal with in their personal circles and what they witness on our national and international stage.

      People have been very free and easy in their armchair psychologizing of the Germans under the Third Reich. A lot of this is pure BS because the psychologizers do not have a strong enough grasp of the actual history and mechanisms of the Third Reich and the Nazi Party to reach any sensible conclusions.

      Be that as it may, now the gaze is turning toward the USA and its unique combo of aspects of all three viewpoints listed above: narcissism, passive aggression, game playing—they are all related. And for sure other neurotic and psychotic mechanisms come into play. Top of the list: sense of entitlement, a.k.a. exceptionalism.

      Decades from now tomes will be written on what the he– happened in the USA in the 2020s—how it all went wrong.

      Meanwhile Americans continue with their clueless virtue signaling regarding the Ukraine and their self-righteous judgments regarding the responses of Germans to the quite sudden imposition of a totalitarian regime after the whole society had been brought to its knees in the wake of WW1 and Versailles.

      • Night Owl April 22, 2022 at 12:42 pm #


        Germany isn’t much better. These past two or so years have made both myself and my wife (a native German) despise Germany.

        About 55-60 percent of the population here are full-on Covid Nazis. We are currently on vacation in the Netherlands and one can identify other Germans here by those wearing masks.

        As much as the average American’s knowledge of and judgemental nature about Germany’s particularly nasty descent into totalitarianism is shallow and oboxious respectively, they aren’t far off base.

        There is more actual resistance to the Corona Hoax in one or two US states than in the whole of Germany. The nastiness I have witnessed here among the peasantry, and the sheer calculating evil of the political class, is something I will never forget — and it has changed my outlook on many things.

        • Hereward the Woke April 22, 2022 at 1:35 pm #

          Night Owl: at least those masks will keep their faces warm when they run out of fuel next winter.

        • happiface April 22, 2022 at 2:33 pm #

          there is no doubt if the nukes fly at least 1000 of them will head straight to Germ many–27 million russians died thanks to the germs and i do not think the russians have forgotten…

        • Walter B April 22, 2022 at 2:42 pm #

          There are a number of books that are out there and one that I read chronicling the USMA Class of 1941 and their exploits in WWII. especially in the rebuilding of Germany after the war.

          From what I read; the American occupational forces not only populated the new government with US sympathizers and those that could be controlled, but they instituted a series of policies that pretty much de-balled the entire population and rammed enough guilt and fear up their wazoos to pretty much assure that Germany would never again be a threat and pretty much not even a country, only a puppet. Isn’t that right, Frau Merkel?

          Looks like it worked.

          • abbybwood April 22, 2022 at 11:51 pm #

            Yet Putin allowed Merkel to talk him into accepting the empty Minsk Accord with Ukraine in 2015.

            An accord that Ukraine completely ignored.

            I feel certain yet to this day he regrets going along with her “advice”.

          • Sean Coleman April 23, 2022 at 5:50 pm #

            E MIchael Jones says that Germany was subject to merciless brain washing after the War and remains the most brainwashed country in the whole world. The Holocaust story is central to the process and EMJ seems to have been looking at the the story per se in recent weeks because in a recent video on Bitchute he said that his early expertise in English Literature heoped him in evaluating the H literature since, he says, it seems to be all based on childhood reminiscence. In short, fiction. I wonder if I may have played a tiny part in nudging him in that direction through the coments section. Doubful but one never knows. He has written a lot about Heisinger (the phyicist), Ratzinger and Das Hungerjahr (the winter of 46-7, from memory) when there appeared to be a real attempt to starve the Germans. It looks like this latter threat is coming around for all of us this time round.

            I have failed to commit tot memory the name of the American Jew who acted as censor in post-war Germany. Everything that was published had to get his approval first.

            It is difficult to commit these things to memory. And even when you succeed it just washes over people and their eyes glaze over.

        • Islander April 22, 2022 at 4:00 pm #

          Netherlands, last week of April: tulip heaven!!

          I have such wonderful memories of biking for miles and miles among the tulip fields.

          Truly my vision of heaven.

          Hope you are having a good vacation.

          As for Germany, it seems like the country was basically politically lobotomized in the twentieth century. Healthy midcentury efforts to throw off the American yoke were nipped in the bud. The Overton Window was always very narrow in Germany. Narrower than in the USA. Walking on eggshells.

          It’s a miracle that Russia emerged from the disastrous twentieth century with mental structures more or less intact. I ascribe that to the leadership of Vladimir Vladimirovich.

          • Night Owl April 22, 2022 at 4:16 pm #

            Yes, the tulips are out in force. I also forgot how much the Dutch seem to value beauty in their communities. The towns here are absolutely beautiful, and the people take great pride in keeping them that way. I think the Germans had it all sucked out of them after the war.

            Hereward, I hope not. We don’t have plans to leave anytime soon, as we have invested too much at this point.

        • spaingaroo April 24, 2022 at 9:23 am #

          but, the Germans of today have so little relationship to the Germans that loved and respected Hitler. Those Germans were exterminated, wholesale slaughter, the very thing we are supposed to never never think about. Went on for years after the end of the war, for those who define these things. The only Germans that were left were the ones who cowered, and still cower and the rats, as you noted. Every person who frequents this blog and has still not seen Europa;The Final Battle documentary series owes it to themselves to do so. And then the rest of those most banned docos, like Hellstorm, or the Greatest Story Never Told.

    • Paula D April 22, 2022 at 3:31 pm #

      Those old TV shows were models for functional families. Ward Cleaver reminded me of my dad, always calm and rational.
      When they started attacking society they went for the family.
      There were a slew of movies with children born evil, spawn of the devil and the TV fathers changed to total assholes.
      I watched The Cosby Show and he was a traditional TV father, but the commercials for the show, which aired constantly, featured one line….”I brought you into this world and I can take you out”.
      I never heard that line in the actual show, but I heard it hundreds of times in the promos,
      I found that interesting. They featured a father threatening to kill his child?

    • Anthea April 23, 2022 at 7:28 am #

      @ Walter B:

      I’ve never known anyone even remotely like Ward Cleaver, Archie Bunker, Family Guy–or Desperate Housewives, or sitcoms set in NYC in which marginally employed young people live in apartments that suggest they must have a helluva trust fund.

      All of this stuff is wildly fictional and not really suitable material from which to draw conclusions about the American family.

      I am tempted to draw portraits of the families I have known, but that would get lengthy and tedious. Suffice to say, they are nothing like TV, either past or present. One of the main differences between TV and reality is that, in the real world, families have REAL problems: cancer, foreclosure, autistic kids, car trouble, substance abuse, frozen pipes, cows that get out onto the highway and such.

      To tell you the truth, I could rarely take an interest in Leave It to Beaver because it lacked dramatic tension. In other words, there was no real problem to resolve.

      • The Man They Call Zazelle April 23, 2022 at 9:31 am #

        What about ‘Three’s Company’?

        • Anthea April 23, 2022 at 2:25 pm #

          @ Zazelle:

          I have scarcely watched any of the ones I mentioned at all, and I’m not sure I ever watched Three’s Company.

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    • lizharmon April 23, 2022 at 9:31 am #

      Wait…you know bright women? Seriously? You wrote that? In 2022? LOL. You”re not a serious person, Walter. You’re a series of tired cliches. I’m not going to work together with people like you (or pronouners, either). I tried that with Covid (we’re all in this TOGETHER!) and looke where it got me. About 10% of humanity is worth aligning with. They’re trhe doers. Sorry, Walter, but I know bright men, too. You’re not one of them.

      • Anthea April 23, 2022 at 2:42 pm #

        The interesting thing about “brightness” is that it is often found where you’d least expect it. In fact, I’d say it’s most often found where you’d least expect it. (This also true of “dumbness.”) You’ll find the least brightness among people who have papers to prove they are bright, and the most among those without papers to prove it. If you don’t recognize it among the common run of humanity, including those whom society had told you must, given their circumstances, be dull, you won’t recognize it anywhere. You don’t know what you’re looking for.

      • Alzaebo April 23, 2022 at 4:34 pm #

        What? Walter (The Great) B mounted a successful counterrevolution against one the most corrupt pits in the country, and won. He held his hill.
        He is, also, a man of his time.

        Walt B is goshdam Herakles. He cleaned out the Aegean Stables. And you’re mad he’s not wearing the latest Kardashian?

      • Jarek April 23, 2022 at 11:00 pm #

        In other words, you renounce Democracy. Me too.

  6. NickelthroweR April 22, 2022 at 10:02 am #

    Someone needs to tell Europe that the US will NOT be able to supply their energy needs, especially LNG. For one, we’d need added wells, processing, storage, transportation, ports and a fleet of ships. Last time I checked, we are not in possession of a fleet of ships to move all this LNG around.

    The situation reminds me of the 6th Army encircled at Stalingrad. A drug-addicted Göring flippantly announced that the 6th Army would be resupplied daily by air and everyone had to pretend that such a thing was possible while the encircled starved. Everyone could pretend such things until it was no longer possible for the 6th Army to fight its way out. BTW, some of the very last transport planes carried awards and honors to the men of the 6th Army so that at least they could starve to death wearing a nice piece of colored ribbon.

    Bye bye NATO. It was nice knowing ya.

    • PeteAtomic April 22, 2022 at 10:11 am #

      “The situation reminds me of the 6th Army encircled at Stalingrad”

      I agree. Complete with similar propaganda stories coming from the front, as well.

      For example, today, MSN article reporting “Ukraine now has more tanks than Russia, says defense official”


      like, wtf??

      • NickelthroweR April 22, 2022 at 11:11 am #

        I can only imagine. Goebels had an amazing propaganda film made after the disastrous defeat at Kursk. If that newsreel were your only source of news, you’d believe that the Germans had just destroyed the entire Russian Army. You’d never know that that was the last offensive on the Eastern Front and that all that was left was a slow retreat back to Berlin.

        Our tranny army isn’t going to save us so that leaves our “wonder weapons” just as the Germans put their faith in their “wonder weapons”. But our wonder weapons require an insane amount of maintenance to run. Take the F35 for example. It is an aircraft that is so complicated that at any given time 90% of the fighters are simply unavailable. Worse still, it has a supply chain that includes most of our allies (what better way to launder money). For example, Turkish industries produced roughly 1,000 parts for the F-35, including 188 associated with the engine but those contracts were canceled when Turkey bought the S400 anti-aircraft system from Russia. Of course, that is probably for the best as we’ve discovered that the engine parts made in Turkey are failing years sooner than anticipated.

        • Islander April 22, 2022 at 4:01 pm #

          Thanks for the solid information.

        • BackRowHeckler April 22, 2022 at 4:47 pm #

          Not only that, as Disaffected informed us last week, the F-35 costs $75 million apiece. The best fighter aircraft of WW2, the P-51 mustang, cost the govt. $50,000 per copy.

    • Alfred April 22, 2022 at 10:22 am #


      Your sign-off reminded me of Trump’s asking NATO to pay their ‘fair share’ of the burden. I have to imagine that, at the time, the other member states were examining their priorities and relationships, as they most assuredly are now. Prolly a different end-game in that scenario.

      Though it might be, bye bye ‘Merica, it was nice knowing ya.

      Hunter was in the bunny suit.

    • thirdcoastlegend April 22, 2022 at 11:01 am #

      Higher prices and increased suffering across the West by intentionally limiting energy supplies are all part of the plan.

    • Hereward the Woke April 22, 2022 at 1:36 pm #

      Cue Jarek to tell us that Stalingrad wasn’t actually a crushing Nazi defeat, but a strategic withdrawal.

    • abbybwood April 23, 2022 at 12:19 am #

      According to what I learned during a Duran podcast, Biden is taking 10 million barrels of our Strategic Oil Reserves a day and sending them to Europe! For the next seven to ten months!

      If that isn’t a major “F U!” to the American people, what is?

      Oh yeah! The Federal judge in Florida stopping national mandatory masks on public transit including airplanes then having “Biden” (ORice) decide that the decision must be appealed because Walensky got her wittle feewings hurt because SHE is the decider!

      • spaingaroo April 24, 2022 at 9:29 am #

        oh yeah, that’s definitely a rather outsized “F U!” to the American people.
        Sounds like a good enough reason in itself for a few good men to go ahead and dispose of those in control, before it’s too late.

  7. PeteAtomic April 22, 2022 at 10:06 am #

    Susan Rice, Barack Obama, Ron Klain (Biden Chief of Staff), Hillary Clinton, John Kerry, Victoria Nuland.. to say a few of the people who are “running things’ on the political/foreign affairs end. And of course, all of the permanent, largely “anonymous” bureaucrats heading hundreds of agencies, chairs, desks, and administrations.

    • abbybwood April 23, 2022 at 12:22 am #

      That IS the swamp!

      The hundreds of thousands of un-elected bureaucrats who are there regardless of which administration is elected.

  8. PeteAtomic April 22, 2022 at 10:08 am #

    To further your awesome analogy…

    what happens to drama queens who don’t get their way?

    They have ‘breakdowns’ of one type or other, nervous or drug induced, or both– and let’s not forget tantrums & further anti-social behavior.

    • Ron Anselmo April 22, 2022 at 10:30 am #

      Pete – my wife also reminds me there are things such as “mantrums”. Good grief.

      • Anthea April 22, 2022 at 10:13 pm #

        Road rage is one example.

        In 1955, if you had a problem with road rage, your family would probably have had you committed.

    • Not_GeorgeT April 22, 2022 at 10:51 am #

      Managing Grampy I’ve figured Susan Rice is right up there.

      Possibly she is managing Grampy, as the overt person seen on stage.

      I’d also like to nominate Valerie Jarrett. Possibly she manages Susan Rice?

  9. wlombard101 April 22, 2022 at 10:15 am #

    In SoCal its wine AND Xanax.

    • Ron Anselmo April 22, 2022 at 10:46 am #


    • Ishabaka April 22, 2022 at 10:54 am #

      On the street, the combination of Xanax, Soma, and Oxycontin is known at the “Holy Trinity”.

  10. Beryl of Oyl April 22, 2022 at 10:15 am #

    The Secret Service claims not to have records of visitors to the two Biden residences in Delaware:


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    • thirdcoastlegend April 22, 2022 at 11:02 am #

      This is a feature, not a bug.

      This is why the regime avoids using the WH quite a bit.

  11. Disaffected April 22, 2022 at 10:16 am #

    Yep. Mariupol pretty much cleaned out this morning, with bad guy Azov’s (and their NATO “advisers”) gone subterranean like the rats they are in the tunnels under the steel works. Won’t get much press time here in the west, other than to fuel the propaganda fires that Putin has somehow “lost his nerve.” Which means the Ukies in Donbas will soon be receiving the “tender loving care” they’ve longed for so much since this whole affair began. Hope they got their personal affairs in order ahead of time. I’m sure their masters in Kiev will be watching anxiously.

    So one wonders where exactly all those heavy weapons promised by “the Joe Biden” yesterday will go and who will end up in possession of them? Surely even the stupid Polacks next door have figured out that Mr. Vlad will certainly not approve and has already demonstrated his capability to take them out prior to or as soon as they enter the country. What future conflict(s) will those fuel and who will be on the receiving end? And maybe more importantly, whose pockets will get filled from the proceeds? Enquiring minds want to know.

    • PeteAtomic April 22, 2022 at 10:24 am #

      There is zero reason for the Russians to assault the Avostal.

      It would mean flamethrowers, shaped chargers, use of robots. Very high death toll. There may be civilian hostages that the neo-nazis are holding down there.

      The Russians rightly will seal it off, and allow them to starve and run out of potable water, while shifting the Brigade Combat Groups to the front.

      Btw, doubtful anything will get to the Donbas. From the interviews I’ve watched, most equipment from NATO is stuck in warehouses in Lviv, getting used by local area commanders there.

      • Ron Anselmo April 22, 2022 at 10:56 am #

        Pete – some say NATO (read US) supported biowarfare labs in the Avostal Tunnels. Some say Metabiota owned – links to Hunter Biden. Smoke ’em out or starve ’em out. We’ll see.

        • Disaffected April 22, 2022 at 11:03 am #

          Should make for some good TV if or when they come up for air.

          • Ron Anselmo April 22, 2022 at 11:31 am #

            Dis – supposedly it’s the Azov Battalion that’s dug in – the Chechen Kadyrovites have been tasked with going in and smoking them out. Two men enter – one man leaves.

          • Paula D April 22, 2022 at 3:39 pm #

            No, Russia is not going to waste soldiers by going into the catacombs.
            They are going to seal it off and wait for them to get hungry enough to surrender.

          • Alzaebo April 23, 2022 at 4:38 pm #

            The civilians are human shields.

            Wait till the Russians find the human experimental subjects for Metabiota Project 404.

          • Paula D April 24, 2022 at 7:04 pm #

            I heard they disposed of the subjects in the steel furnaces.

      • Islander April 22, 2022 at 11:02 am #

        “Who In The World Is Hiding in the Asovstal?”

        Let it go viral !!

        [Waves magic wand]

        • Disaffected April 22, 2022 at 11:24 am #

          Maybe Matt Lauer is down there with them, seeing as he’s been canceled and all.

          • Ron Anselmo April 22, 2022 at 11:33 am #

            And he’s famous for locking the door behind them after they come in.

        • Hereward the Woke April 22, 2022 at 1:37 pm #

          John Durham?

      • thirdcoastlegend April 22, 2022 at 11:05 am #

        The Russians used knockout gas to end a hostage situation in a theater a few years back.

        Obviously the Azovstal is orders of magnitude larger.

        The Russians can’t afford high soldier casualty rates, their demographics are bad.

        Replacements are not readily available and there aren’t a lot in the pipeline.

        • thwack April 22, 2022 at 12:56 pm #

          The knockout gas also killed half the hostages because there was no way to regulate the dosage, and the terrorists were wearing gas masks.

          • Paula D April 22, 2022 at 3:40 pm #

            Yeah, they’re not going to repeat that one.

          • tresho April 22, 2022 at 5:49 pm #

            Slowing pumping sewage into all those Avostal tunnels might work.

          • thwack April 22, 2022 at 11:23 pm #

            I’ll see your sewage pumping scenario and raise you one 50 lb bed bug bomb down the air shaft.

      • Islander April 22, 2022 at 4:02 pm #


        Cf. Sea of Azov.

  12. PeteAtomic April 22, 2022 at 10:16 am #

    The US has zero obligations to Ukraine, legal or treaty wise. There is no reason for the US to insert itself into the middle of this conflict, like it is.

    So, just be aware. This summer, when it is 105 F in places like Detroit, or Baltimore, or Cleveland– after warning the US government of its interference, Russia just may decide to look at the range of American power systems– like let’s take the electrical grid– and turn it off for a week, or two. Just to tell the US to shove off.

    How well do you think that’ll go down?

    • PeteAtomic April 22, 2022 at 10:28 am #

      Think of the colonial pipeline shutdown last summer. I think this might happen again, but more widespread and to a larger scale.

      darn, no edit button

      • SW April 22, 2022 at 10:59 am #

        The US wants to maintain control if for no other reason, the biological weapon grade (illegal) labs in the county which Cruella Nuland admitted to, the stacks of evidence of money laundering and corruption the Bidens and other high ranking US politicians have been involved in and Ukraine provides copious amounts of wheat and corn.

        Did you know after the overthrow of their government in 2014, one of the first things implemented was to legalize Monsanto’s GMO wheat?

        “In fact, a bit of political maneuvering by the IMF gave the Ukraine a $17 billion loan – but only if they would open up to biotech farming and the selling of Monsanto’s poison crops and chemicals – destroying a farmland that is one of the most pristine in all of Europe. Farm equipment dealer, Deere, along with seed producers Dupont and Monsanto, will have a heyday.

        In the guise of ‘aid,’ a claim has been made on Ukraine’s vast agricultural riches. It is the world’s third largest exporter of corn and fifth largest exporter of wheat. Ukraine has deep, rich, black soil that can grow almost anything, and its ability to produce high volumes of GM grain is what made biotech come rushing to take it over.”

        Here’s the whole article if you’re interested :


        • thirdcoastlegend April 22, 2022 at 11:06 am #


          I’m not surprised about the GMO rollout.

          Ukraine has been a globalist testbed for years.

          • Night Owl April 22, 2022 at 4:20 pm #

            Yep. I was surprised to see just how far the cabal has gotten in Ukraine, particularly on the digital ID front.

        • Islander April 22, 2022 at 11:07 am #

          Wow, very interesting.

          Just like the rush immediately after the Iraq invasion to dismantle the euro-based oil exchanges Saddam had established.

          Just like the rush to destroy Libya and it gold dinar and hence to derail Africa’s development.

          Similar dynamics all over the world where the USA meddles in the name of democracy in order to steal what the country has and make sure it can make any more of itself on its own.

          Effing monsters. Vampires. We are the baddies.

          • SW April 22, 2022 at 11:10 am #

            Pity the nation with natural resources.

          • tinfoilhatted Canuck April 22, 2022 at 5:22 pm #


            Funny you should use that phrase. I have been conducting a slow, multi-year re-education of my good friend, a solid small c conservative I refer to as my Canadian John Wayne.
            The resistance is strong, as is the absorption of 65 years of exceptional USA! USA! propaganda.

            Anyways, here is an essay which dovetails nicely with your comment….


        • Disaffected April 22, 2022 at 11:22 am #

          All this makes perfect sense. Books such as Confessions of an Economic Hitman have documented how this process unfolds the world over. The IMF being nothing more than a public/private slush fund set up for making extortionary loans to third world countries, most of whom have been previously softened up by the US war machine. This is just another criminal mafia operation writ VERY large, largely legalized by the fact that “the mob” in this case owns the governments who write the laws.

          • Jarek April 22, 2022 at 12:09 pm #

            It wasn’t Britain that was the bad guy, but the British East India Company.

            Now we know that it was neither, but rather the Whites!

        • Paula D April 22, 2022 at 3:43 pm #

          Monsanto and Cargill moved in to cannibalize Ukrainian topsoil. They did the same thing in Iraq after the US destroyed it.
          And then they set up an ID system in Iraq which relied on biometric info, like eye scans.
          I just read that Ukraine has instituted a digital currency system like what the WEF is pushing.
          The US uses the countries they destroy for multiple purposes.
          Don’t forget the woman and child trafficking that has been going on for years.
          Hunter Biden also has his fingers in that.

          • Paula D April 22, 2022 at 3:45 pm #

            Iraq was known as the cradle of civilization because it was one of the first to invent agriculture.
            After the destruction the US passed a law making it illegal for Iraqi farmers to save seeds, as they had been doing for 10,000 years.
            They had to buy Monsanto seeds every year.

          • Ron Anselmo April 22, 2022 at 4:39 pm #

            Yes Paula – on the women-trafficking, a surprising number of pop-up ads very recently, most noticeably on ZH, for Ukrainian women (mail order brides) seeking American men. Go figure.

  13. malthuss April 22, 2022 at 10:17 am #


    St. Louis, MO (69.4)
    Baltimore, MD (51.1)
    New Orleans, LA (40.6)
    Detroit, MI (39.7)
    Cleveland, OH (33.7)
    Las Vegas, NV (31.4)
    Kansas City, MO (31.2)
    Memphis, TN (27.1)
    Newark, NJ (25.6)
    Chicago, IL (24)

    USA was a nice place, pre 1970.

    • Ron Anselmo April 22, 2022 at 10:41 am #

      Malthuss – probably because this list of cities has a higher percentage of “white supremists” – the number one threat to democracy in our country – don’t you know?

      • Ron Anselmo April 22, 2022 at 10:43 am #

        Edit: white *supremacists* – dumb redneck, me.

    • megabeth April 22, 2022 at 1:27 pm #

      My husband is from New Orleans, and it’s certainly gone downhill since he left. He claims he would “rather take a beating” than venture into NOLA proper, anymore. I don’t blame him, though I will miss dinner at Mandina’s. The Quarters are overrated, smell like vomit and pee, and now you run a much greater risk of getting whacked there for no particular reason. No loss there.

      • Night Owl April 22, 2022 at 4:22 pm #

        Sad to hear. I have wanted to visit NO for quite a while. 🙁

  14. Ron Anselmo April 22, 2022 at 10:20 am #

    Morning Jim – excellent piece this morning as always. Thanks as always. Your usual blend of analytical genius & sharp wit is always refreshing. Especially in contrast to today’s goings-on under the Big Top, including all the clowns and side show freaks.

  15. chopper April 22, 2022 at 10:29 am #

    Lets not forget this fake news, political speak, and Russia, Russia, Russia lie after lie is all about distracting us from the consequences of globalists destroying the USA from within. Right now most people can not grasp the reality that their votes brought us this destruction. If they ever do political leaders will have no place to hide. I wait for that day. Just how much destruction of our culture, rule of law and wealth will it take to get people in the streets with blood in their eye?

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    • TaxDonkey April 22, 2022 at 11:22 am #

      When a critical mass of the (formerly) middle class start losing their stuff and get hungry, that’s how long it will take. FJB is betting that when we get to that stage, people will be too disorganized and begging for handouts to put up any kind of resistance. They are playing a very dangerous game, the same one the aristocracy did right before the French Revolution.

      • Hereward the Woke April 22, 2022 at 1:39 pm #

        True, TD. It takes the middle classes to organise a good revolution.

      • Night Owl April 22, 2022 at 4:25 pm #

        I agree. I have come to the conclusion that, luckily, all of this was launched too early and was too ambitious. It is going to get ugly, but the Great Reset has already hit enough road blocks that it cannot possibly succeed in the manner planned.

        • Harry Bolsogna April 23, 2022 at 3:10 am #

          Are we rebuilding? Are we securing critical resources? Are we consolidating areas of resistance? No. The Great Reset is about ending everything. They have their redoubts, their underground shelters. They’ve been stockpiling decades of provisions, organic foods, clean water. We’re left with nothing. The Great Reset is about clearing the decks, ending the useless eaters. We are there now. Right in front of us. What is the point of thinking that things still work? Everything is financed with fake money. When the fake money goes, everything goes. The Great Reset is a failure plan. We lose, they win. If the Great Reset wins, they win. If the Great Reset fails, they win. We lose either way.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle April 23, 2022 at 9:28 am #

            Who loses? Some of us ‘win’ if we exercise our power that others may not realize they have. I am not talking about power over others, but, rather, power over our own lives.

    • Rowdypiglet April 22, 2022 at 11:47 am #

      How much destruction will it take? I think it will take an amount sufficient for even the most brainwashed to become aware that they’re seeing the beginning of a civil war. It will have to come to all the safe suburbs full of Dem voters who think they’re still supporting the party of FDR, and have no idea whatever that they’re enabling the destruction of everything they have known. It will also have to reach the middle and upper level management of corporations, who have voted to eliminate the police because they thought their wealthy enclaves would be safe no matter how unsafe they made it for lesser humans.

      • Kim April 23, 2022 at 2:54 am #

        The FDR administration was top to bottom riddled with Soviet agents.

        And FDR knew and didn’t care.

  16. Tate April 22, 2022 at 10:31 am #

    If they had any sense, they’d quit.


    • cbeard April 22, 2022 at 12:33 pm #

      Original outlaw. Love it. Somewhere Walylon is playing with Merle, George Jones, Marty, Ernest, Johnny C. etc, etc, etc.

  17. Beryl of Oyl April 22, 2022 at 10:44 am #

    There seem to be large numbers of food processing plants catching fire lately.

    A plane narrowly missed crashing into a General Mills plant just yesterday.

    Doesn’t it seem as if the media should be following up on this? Is this unusual?

    • Jarek April 22, 2022 at 10:48 am #

      Tucker last night: Over a dozen in the space of a month.

      Add to that the partial ban on transporting fertilizer and things begin to come in to focus.

      • Disaffected April 22, 2022 at 11:01 am #

        I’ve heard that dirt can be very nutritious when eaten in moderation. Gotta watch the clay soils, though. They’ll stop you up for weeks. River silt is best.

        • Jarek April 22, 2022 at 11:06 am #

          I’ve heard of this, especially in Africa and in the Black American South.

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          • cbeard April 22, 2022 at 12:45 pm #

            Yes it is a pretty common thing in middle Georgia, where there are a lot of kaolin clay mines. I have seen black people filling buckets by the roadside, adjacent to big open pit mines. Supposedly it is good for several ailments, one of which is diarrhea. As in Kaopectate.

          • Anthea April 23, 2022 at 2:48 pm #

            @ cbeard:

            Pretty much any food-grade clay would be good for diarrhea. I’m biased in favor of bentonite clay, which is used to treat radiation poisoning. (I forget why it works.) Clay can also be used to draw out the poison from bee stings and insect bites.

            Maybe some here have read “The Little House in the Big Woods,” where a naughty little boy gets attacked by bees–covered all over with bee stings–and the ladies plaster him all over with mud gathered from a nearby creek.

        • Rowdypiglet April 22, 2022 at 11:48 am #

          And, of course, we always have bugs.

        • Ron Anselmo April 22, 2022 at 12:46 pm #

          Dis – True that.

          Hogs that were raised in traditional dirt pens, and then raised in commercial hog houses with concrete floors, needed supplemental iron in their feed.

          “Rooting” around in the dirt pens, they got enough iron from the dirt.

      • Islander April 22, 2022 at 11:08 am #

        Link to Tucker talk?

        • Jarek April 22, 2022 at 12:05 pm #

          The more on Gonazlo Lira? Quid pro quo, Clarice.

          • Night Owl April 22, 2022 at 12:47 pm #

            There was a Twitter person (whose posts got picked up by some more infulential people in indy media) claiming that he was arrested on the Ukrainian border.

            No idea if there is any truth to it.

          • megabeth April 22, 2022 at 1:30 pm #

            I hear that Lira just streamed for 4 minutes on the Duran. Claims he was arrested and released.

          • MaryQueen April 22, 2022 at 10:25 pm #

            Lira on several video interviews today. He’s alive.

    • thirdcoastlegend April 22, 2022 at 11:07 am #

      They’re aiming for a global Holodomor to cull the useless eaters.

      Marty Armstrong is recommending stashing a couple years’ worth of food.

      • Islander April 22, 2022 at 11:11 am #

        “Marty Armstrong is recommending stashing a couple years’ worth of food.”

        Yes, it’s a good idea, if you have the space and devices (freezers) to do it.

        Most do not, including those who are perfectly aware of the need to do so.

        • thirdcoastlegend April 22, 2022 at 11:13 am #


          I think I’m going to wind up with big buckets full of starch, if anything.

        • Rowdypiglet April 22, 2022 at 11:52 am #

          I wouldn’t recommend putting a whole lot of things in freezers, where you’re risking the loss of everything in them if they stop working for one reason or another. Canned soups, stews, tuna, rice, barley, and other grains are good choices if you can afford it. Those who can but don’t have space – get rid of something you don’t really need. Use a closet, put things under the bed. Unfortunately, lots of people expect that things will get dicey, but don’t act on it even though they could.

          • Disaffected April 22, 2022 at 12:10 pm #

            Canned it will be.

          • Blackbird April 22, 2022 at 9:21 pm #

            Yup. Our food is being removed. Our electricity will be too. Enjoy it while you can. Amaze your grandkids with stories of the magical past once you can’t. “Wow old person, you had friends you never even met?”

        • MaryQueen April 22, 2022 at 10:30 pm #


          Try canned goods.

      • SW April 22, 2022 at 11:22 am #

        And they might get it too. This is the season to plant the first crop so we’ll see if they’re able to get the seeds in the ground. Michael Hudson said one of the reasons the US wants the war to drag on was to raise the cost of wheat and oil and make a killing on the commodities market:

        “The stock market isn’t suffering from all of this. It’s soaring because energy prices are going to go way up in the U.S., much to the benefit of the oil industry. Food prices are going to go way up benefiting American agriculture.”

        • thirdcoastlegend April 22, 2022 at 11:29 am #

          So you’re saying I should get my brokerage account approved to trade futures to try and make a little money while I still can?

        • Rowdypiglet April 22, 2022 at 11:53 am #

          It will benefit someone in some way connected with agriculture, but it certainly won’t benefit farmers.

        • Islander April 22, 2022 at 4:09 pm #

          Preventing planting of crops on purpose is a whole nother level of evil.

          Let’s not forget how the Israelis root out and destroy the Palestinians’ ancient olive groves.

          This kind of destruction fills me with a whole new level of disgust.

  18. Jarek April 22, 2022 at 10:47 am #


    Gonzalo Lira is alive and has just appeared on a show. He was picked up and detained for a week by the SBU. He doesn’t seem to have been tortured by he’s pretty rattled. And he’s out of the fight since he didn’t feel free to say anything but “I’m fine and “Thank you” over and over again. He is thankful – his fame may well have saved his life. His computer and phone have been taken from him and he has been ordered to stay in the city.

    I thought “Coach Red Pill” was just a name Anglin made up, but apparently Lira was a famous Men’s Right advocate with hundreds of thousands of followers at one point.

    • thirdcoastlegend April 22, 2022 at 11:11 am #

      Lira seems like an intelligent person with good insights, but he was playing with fire by being so critical of Zelensky while staying in Ukraine.

      He’s lucky to be alive. His best move now is to get himself deported to say, Poland.

      On the other hand, it may be the Ukes will hang on to him for some kind of prisoner swap.

    • Islander April 22, 2022 at 11:12 am #

      “Gonzalo Lira is alive ”

      I am not surprised.

      There is more to this . . .

      • thwack April 22, 2022 at 11:35 am #

        He faked his own abduction. This was a popularity stunt and it looks like its working.

        How do I know?

        He is refusing to provide any basic facts about the event; and keeps repeating the only thing true: “Im OK…”

        This is Trevor Jacob 2.0

        • Rowdypiglet April 22, 2022 at 11:55 am #

          I wouldn’t necessarily assume that. I don’t think he’s in a position to say anything other than what he’s permitted to say. We’ll see.

          • thwack April 22, 2022 at 12:42 pm #

            If you isolate his sentences, and study them one by one; most of them are so vague and obtuse that they would never hold up in court as a lie, and or a false statement.

            Thats why he keeps saying:

            “Im ok, Im ok, Im ok…”

            That part is true, hence why he keeps repeating it.

            If he is comfortable enough to lifestream the same stuff that allegedly got him in trouble; it means he was never in trouble; which means the stunt was Jussie Smollet 2.0

        • Islander April 22, 2022 at 4:11 pm #

          My antennae are twitching.
          Have been ever since I first saw Lira.
          Something about Lira does not compute.

          • Night Owl April 22, 2022 at 4:26 pm #

            I kinda agree. Although, I like much of what he has to say, there is something off about him.

          • thirdcoastlegend April 22, 2022 at 9:16 pm #


            Lira has worked as a filmmaker and a novelist.

            Thus, we can assume he has at least above average storytelling skills. Those are certainly very useful skills in this age of narrative.

            I think people are taken in by Lira because he’s good at projecting a fairly gentle nature without coming off as a completely naive dolt.

            He did do a good job breaking down some of the staged propaganda videos that were put out in support of the Zelensky side.

            Anyway, who knows what the real story is. Perhaps it’s simple opportunism to build his social media following, perhaps he thinks there’s a book and/or film in here somewhere.

          • MaryQueen April 22, 2022 at 10:32 pm #

            I agree with Night Owl. Something ain’t right.

          • Islander April 23, 2022 at 5:27 pm #

            “perhaps he thinks there’s a book and/or film in here somewhere.”

            That is my working hypothesis.

        • MaryQueen April 22, 2022 at 10:31 pm #

          I’m with you.

      • Islander April 22, 2022 at 6:33 pm #

        . . . than meets the eye.

  19. notbob April 22, 2022 at 10:51 am #

    Thanks Jim. Brilliant summary of the State of the Union. Sad but brilliant.

  20. docmartin April 22, 2022 at 10:51 am #

    Putin is acting like a caricature of a man. Susan Rice has a lot of white facial features therefore the white features are bullying the inner African in her to act like a racist.

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    • Disaffected April 22, 2022 at 10:58 am #

      Caricature? Please expound.

    • Rowdypiglet April 22, 2022 at 11:57 am #

      Her white facial features are bullying her inner African? Is this a joke? Or is it yet another of the labyrinthine and convoluted ways in which some people can make everything the fault of white people?

      • megabeth April 22, 2022 at 1:36 pm #

        It always seems to be white people with just a little bit of black blood who military the most against whiteness, as if they have something to prove, and Rice seems to fit that pattern, too. Not sure what she looks like, except a cross between Olive Oyl and Mr. MacGoo.

        • megabeth April 22, 2022 at 1:36 pm #

          Militate the most

          • Ron Anselmo April 22, 2022 at 2:38 pm #

            Rachel Dolezal.

        • thwack April 22, 2022 at 2:39 pm #

          megabeth is right. The mullato mafia, while indeed often being the most militant and most drunk on the minor amounts of melanin they possess;

          they are also likely to be the most house niggerish, uncle tommin, coonin and goonin, skinnin and grinnin, happy slaves…

          Light skinned/mixed black people are black royalty; thats why they identify as black.

          But they key is, the entire system is established, expanded maintained, and refined by white people.

          You think its a coincidence that the first black president AND vice president of the United States were both mixed race black people?

          Obama and Harris might as well be cartoon characters.

          • Paula D April 22, 2022 at 3:52 pm #

            There aren’t many black people in the US who aren’t mixed.
            We used to have Haitian neighbors. Nice people, with excellent sons.
            The older son took the school bus with my oldest daughter and she said that he was constantly harassed and bullied by the kids down the street, for being a good student, which they said made him “white”.
            The kids down the street had a white mother and a ”black” father who was nowhere near as black as the Haitians.
            But they harassed the boy for being ”not black”.

          • Islander April 22, 2022 at 4:17 pm #

            I worked one college summer on a baloney pack-off line at the Nepco plant in South Boston.

            Next to me on the line was a sweet elderly black lady.

            I’ll never forget how she described one of her grandsons:

            “Coffee with a LOT of cream.”

          • Paula D April 22, 2022 at 6:25 pm #

            I worked with a black woman who told me about when she was a kid and her mother left her and her sisters with a babysitter who had a light skinned child she abused because she didn’t like his color. She called him high yellow.
            My friend said that the baby sitter picked up her kid and threw him headfirst into the wall and they thought that she had killed him. She and her sisters sat on the couch paralyzed with fear.
            They told their mother about it, sure that she would never make them go back, but she dropped them off there the very next day.

          • megabeth April 23, 2022 at 5:06 am #

            In my Democrat days, I was an early adopter of Obama, because he was not Hillary, basically. I remember getting an argument back from a very white wife of one of Danny Glover’s cousins that “America is just not ready for an AA president,” so I should forget about Obama.

            Well, she was wrong, but she saw KKK robes everywhere, so of course she would say that.

            And of course the DNC WOULD think that we were too benighted to accept a candidate who couldn’t pass the brown paper bag test.

            Which is funny, considering the rich mahogany hues of many GOP-favored candidates.

          • Alzaebo April 23, 2022 at 5:03 pm #

            The saddest face I’ve ever seen was worn by a tall, older black man in Virginia.

            He had bright blond hair and blue, blue eyes.

        • thirdcoastlegend April 22, 2022 at 4:01 pm #

          It has something to do with trying to overcompensate because one is insecure they are truly a member of the group they wish to be accepted by.

          This is why recent religious converts also tend to be the most zealous.

    • Jarek April 22, 2022 at 12:04 pm #

      Because her inner African is good and as pure as the wind driven snow. It’s her white part that is dark and evil.

      It was the slave owners who taught Blacks how to be evil.

      Shelby Steele I think.

      • thwack April 22, 2022 at 12:33 pm #

        Come on Jerek, you of all people have surely read “Negroes in Negroe land?”

  21. Jarek April 22, 2022 at 10:56 am #

    Disclose TV

    Obama: “Despite the fact that we have now essentially clinically tested the vaccine on billions of people worldwide. Around 1 in 5 Americans is still going to put themselves at risk… rather than get vaccinated.”

    Jarek: Wasn’t this supposed to be a conspiracy theory? And he’s still lying, since the “test” proves the Vax far worse than useless.

    • Beryl of Oyl April 22, 2022 at 11:03 am #

      Yes, he’s admitting that billions were unknowingly used as lab rats.

    • Disaffected April 22, 2022 at 11:05 am #

      “Truth” being infinitely malleable these days.

    • SW April 22, 2022 at 11:07 am #

      Facts don’t matter, Jarek. What matters is we obey orders and allow our “betters” to tell us what’s good for us, no questions asked.

      I wish one brave reporter would ask Obama why, if he had such high faith in the vaccine, all the servers at his birthday party were required to mask-up (you know they had to present proof to be near Our Glorious ex-Leader) but none of the guests.

      • thirdcoastlegend April 22, 2022 at 11:15 am #

        The masks make it easy to spot the slaves.

        And that wasn’t just Barry’s birthday party.

        It was the inaugural ball for his third term.

    • thwack April 22, 2022 at 11:42 am #

      “we have now essentially clinically tested the vaccine on billions of people” — Barak Obama


      did he mean to say that?

      or did it just kinda slip out by accident?

      “we have now essentially clinically tested the vaccine on billions of pets”

      (or lab rats, monkeys, blacks, ferrets, fruit flies…you get the picture?)

      • Islander April 22, 2022 at 4:18 pm #

        Truly a damning statement.

        • Blackbird April 22, 2022 at 9:34 pm #

          Not when Barry sez it. Now it’s ok. (Ok that “we have now essentially clinically tested the vaccine on billions of people”.)

      • MaryQueen April 23, 2022 at 10:21 am #

        He meant to. He knows the populace is too hypnotized into mass formation to do anything about it.

        Where’s Redneck to tell us all it’s a conspiracy theory? LOL.

        • GreenAlba April 23, 2022 at 10:51 am #

          I’d like to know what Redneck thinks of this very recent scientific paper on Science Direct (Elsevier):


          Innate immune suppression by SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccinations: The role of G-quadruplexes, exosomes, and MicroRNAs

          (Seneff, Nigh, Kyriakopoulos, McCullough)

          Key points:

          > mRNA vaccines cause sustained synthesis of the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein;

          > The spike protein is neurotoxic, and it inhibits DNA repair mechanisms;

          > Suppression of type 1 interferon responses results in impaired innate immunity;

          > The mRNA vaccines potentially cause increased risk to infectious diseases and cancer;

          > Codon optimization results G-rich mRNA that has unpredictable complex effects.

          Also, since the two articles are somewhat complementary, it would be good to have Redneck’s critique of a slightly older one in the journal ‘Circulation‘, which has been posted on here already, as I recall:


          Abstract 10712: Observational Findings of PULS Cardiac Test Findings for Inflammatory Markers in Patients Receiving mRNA Vaccines

          “mRNA covid vaccines dramatically increase endothelial inflammatory markers and ACS (Acute Coronary Syndrome) risk as measured by the PULS cardiac test: a warning”.

          I sent both of these articles to my MP yesterday, in response to a load of blather he sent me about the Online Safety Bill being necessary because of all the covid misinformation rife on social media, as well as ‘Russian disinformation’ about the Ukraine war (which I hadn’t even mentioned, but since he called it the ‘illegal invasion of Ukraine’, I asked if he meant more illegal or less illegal than the UK’s illegal invasion of Iraq). Awaiting his next reply, if forthcoming …

          • GreenAlba April 23, 2022 at 12:26 pm #

            I should say that the key points above are pretty much what I recall our sometime CFNer, ‘michael’ listing about 9 months ago, but it’s found its way into an Elsevier journal, which makes it no longer hearsay. 🙂

          • MaryQueen April 24, 2022 at 6:47 pm #

            I’m guessing he won’t address it. RL prefers just popping in to call people names.

    • Night Owl April 22, 2022 at 4:29 pm #

      “Despite the fact that we have now essentially clinically tested the vaccine on billions of people worldwide”

      These people make me want to vomit.

      • GreenAlba April 23, 2022 at 10:56 am #

        I think that’s the most repulsive 10 seconds of Obama I’ve ever seen – and yes, I was taken in by him the first time around.

        • Islander April 23, 2022 at 5:35 pm #

          I was taken in by him until Inauguration Day.

          The video/Steadicam that followed him as he strode through the Capitol to emerge on the balcony in front of his adoring people revealed to me a face that I will never forget: closed, haughty, hieratic, cold, calculating.

          It froze me cold.

          I said to myself, “I am going to be happy for one day to see the backs of the Bushes.”

          But I knew Obama was poison.

          I have tried a couple of times to locate that footage. It must have been an MSM channel because I went to a local hotel which had opened its lobby to the public to see the Inauguration on their big screen. But I was never able to find it. Must be in some video archive.

        • Night Owl April 24, 2022 at 4:25 pm #

          My gut said he was bad news (in part due to the massive PR campaign behind him, which was like nothing ever seen in history), and I did not vote for him. That said, he was far worse than I could have imagined.

          I used to call him Shrub Lite, but that doesn’t come close to cutting it.

          • MaryQueen April 24, 2022 at 6:48 pm #

            I think he did more actual damage than even Shrub.

    • GreenAlba April 23, 2022 at 10:33 am #

      Even Bill Gates, vaxx-pusher extraordinaire, has said out loud that the vaxxes don’t stop infection and don’t stop transmission (I think Obama said 1 in 5 Americans were willing to put themselves and their families at risk by not getting vaxxed.

      Gates says it in the last couple of minutes of this interview with Jeremy Hunt (which, unsurprisingly, didn’t make its way on to UK mainstream TV).


      Billy Boy’s solution? ‘We need different vaccines’. Of course we do …

      Meanwhile, several countries have ordered enough of the old ones that don’t do anything (well, not anything good, anyway) to keep them going for another decade.

      • GreenAlba April 23, 2022 at 10:34 am #

        One in 5 Americans *was* willing, before editorial gets on to me …

      • Night Owl April 24, 2022 at 4:26 pm #

        I read today that the current “booster” will become an annual shot in Italy.

        They really need to get Draghi and co. out.

        Gains like this are not to be underestimated.

  22. TaxDonkey April 22, 2022 at 11:13 am #

    It is hard not to notice how many ‘Nurse Ratched’ types are administrating western civilization. You could name off quite a few from Psaki or Whitmer to the prime minister of New Zealand and so many more.

    “Weak men create hard times”

    • thwack April 22, 2022 at 11:44 am #

      Is “Jacinda” one of those black girl names like “Jaqueeta?”

      • TaxDonkey April 22, 2022 at 2:43 pm #

        In the sexual harassment training I’ve been through, they set up video learning scenarios where they have the victims, perpetrators and rescuers. (It’s called the “rescue game”, it’s as old as man). In the 8 or 9 teaching scenarios shown, every victim was a female of various races. The one exception was a gay black man victim taking shit for not wanting to go to a party and date women. The perpetrators were virtually always white males stereotypical of the “dominant culture”. Interestingly, the rescuers were essentially all female supervisors making sure the systems worked correctly. The race of the female authority figures was about split 50:50 white black down the middle. Not sure if Jacinda was her name.

    • Rowdypiglet April 22, 2022 at 12:12 pm #

      It’s impossible not to notice the sadistic glee with which these creatures anticipate crushing us. They don’t make the least attempt to hide it, publicly smirking as they describe the punishments they intend to inflict on us. They’ve usurped the Daddy role, but instead of setting things right, they turn every norm upside down and create chaos and ruin everywhere. We’re no longer making enough actual men to round them up and send them to their rooms with no supper.

      • thirdcoastlegend April 22, 2022 at 12:33 pm #

        We may notice the sadism, but there are billions of normies who think it’s just fine, or even great.

    • Islander April 23, 2022 at 5:36 pm #

      Great comparison!

      Nurse Ratched it is. And we are all inmates.

  23. neurodoc April 22, 2022 at 11:15 am #

    If anyone believes its true that the likes of Obama and Susan Rice are running things, why would anyone continue to support this level of criminality by paying ‘taxes’ to the private ‘federal’ reserve’s collection agency, called the irs? Read about who and what actually owns the federal reserve banks that you’re sending your hard earned money to.

    • TaxDonkey April 22, 2022 at 11:31 am #

      Because they don’t want to get thrown in jail maybe

      • neurodoc April 22, 2022 at 11:36 am #

        You need a good accountant. Don’t be so scared of paper tigers.

        • Rowdypiglet April 22, 2022 at 12:13 pm #

          Good accountants are a luxury most of us cannot afford.

          • neurodoc April 22, 2022 at 12:32 pm #

            Actually you can save more money in legally avoided taxes than you would pay in taxes without a good accountant. I’d rather give money to an accountant any day, than to support the criminality of the bankrupt US corporation any more than is absolutely required!!! My goal is zero US corp tax. State taxes, another issue entirely.

          • Blackbird April 22, 2022 at 9:39 pm #

            Yeah, if you can’t afford to pay your taxes, how ya gonna pay an accountant to make excuses for you?

        • thirdcoastlegend April 22, 2022 at 12:34 pm #

          I have a good accountant.

          She also goes scrupulously by the book.

          • cbeard April 22, 2022 at 1:03 pm #

            I’m a retired blue collar worker. Home paid for. I pay property taxes, exorbitant levels of sales tax, ad valorem on two autos and one motorcycle. If I could avoid them without a jail term, property confiscation or a shootout with the feds, then I would do it in a heartbeat. Thirty five years ago, or so. A local farmer who lived about 3 miles south of me, lost his farm to the IRS for non payment of property taxes. He claimed the tax laws were unconstitutional.

          • Disaffected April 22, 2022 at 1:16 pm #

            Yep. And there’s no statute of limitations in tax law. The IRS can ignore it for years and then some little thing pops up on their radar and you’re done. And oh yeah, they add interest and penalties on all the backlog, so it doesn’t take much to clean you out entirely.

          • Disaffected April 22, 2022 at 1:26 pm #

            Took one semester of tax accounting in college before running for the exits in abject horror. The text book was a ten pound beast printed on rice paper, with appendices and bibliographies galore. Felt like I was in Law School, which is essentially what tax accounting is. The instructor (a CPA, of course) even warned us ahead of time that he had to grade us on a curve, cause if he used the standard scale every single one of us would fail. The high marks usually hovered around 50%, with the fat part of the curve at 20-40%. It felt like a boot camp to see who was insane enough to come back for more abuse. Rest assured, I wasn’t and didn’t.

          • elysianfield April 23, 2022 at 10:52 am #

            It is said that “Economics” is the dismal science…

            Perhaps “Accounting” be mo dismal?

  24. Bill of Rights April 22, 2022 at 11:16 am #

    Mr. Zelenski, here’s a part of the bible you should have read:

    what king would go to war against another king without first sitting down with his counselors to discuss whether his army of 10,000 could defeat the 20,000 soldiers marching against him?

    If he is not able, he will send a delegation while the other is still a long way off and will ask for terms of peace.

  25. wfrantz April 22, 2022 at 11:30 am #

    Thank you JK, for another accurate assessment of devolution. Needs do protraction.

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  26. Rodster April 22, 2022 at 11:35 am #

    It’s pretty disgusting how the MSM leaves out that small detail that the Ukrainian Gov’t is housing Neo-Nazi’s. How convenient of them. No instead those assholes want to “Stand With Ukraine”.

    Also, there’s no mention of Lindsey “Lady” Graham went to Taiwan with other Wash DC lawmakers to stir the pot. It’s as if they are purposely trying to blowup civilization because they NOW realize the entire system was heading towards collapse. These wars just gives them an excuse.


  27. Rodster April 22, 2022 at 11:40 am #

    Of course what would Friday be without a Joe Bidet video not knowing what fucking planet he’s on. The White House Easter Bunny had to corral the motherfucker as he was babbling about Afghanistan again. Had no idea the easter bunny was waving at him.

    America, you deserve this shit, congratulations.


    • thwack April 22, 2022 at 11:51 am #

      First of all, why are all the Easter bunnies white?

      I think there is some white systemicism going on in the WHITE house?

      The majority of the rabbits in the world are OF COLOR.


      • JohnAZ April 22, 2022 at 12:22 pm #

        Easter bunnies are white, the color of Jesus’ purity. Pet bunnies have been bred toward white to feed a market.

        My grandson raised a rabbit into a commercial marketplace. I still do not understand what market that is. His rabbit and all the competition were not white.

        • malthuss April 22, 2022 at 5:39 pm #

          On utube I saw a pet show with 70,000 rabbits being shown.

      • SW April 22, 2022 at 1:02 pm #

        You made an excellent point, Thwack. There’s no justice in the bunny world and many lab rats are white with pink eyes. Talk about racist!

        • Blackbird April 22, 2022 at 10:13 pm #

          All those white rabbits and rats, chickens and turkeys – especially them ones with the red eyes – of course they’re selectively bred to be that way. Hundreds of generations in those chosen few families since anyone got to decide who to fuck. Always decided for them. Sometimes it was a close relative. Gotta bring those valuable genes to the surface.

          Live fast and die young. Many live their entire lives under surveillance, even their excrement collected and used for divination. Dissected, analyzed, to death and beyond.

          That’s the Easter Bunny’s white privilege.

      • Islander April 22, 2022 at 4:29 pm #

        Quite true, re white Easter bunnies.

        I guess spring is the season of pastels.

        Still, most bunnies are brown.

        Also, most lilies are not white, but Easter lilies are white.
        So, there is definitely something going on with white and Easter!!

        The white of the paschal (word) lamb must have been transferred to Easter bunnies and lilies.

        All of our holidays are linked to very clear color schemes. I can’t think of any holiday that has been clearly linked to either white or brown.

        Bonus gardening tip:
        If you buy an Easter lily in a pot, keep it after it has finished blooming and let it die back—then it can be planted in the ground and will come back in the summer of 2023. Asiatic lilies are wonderful perennials: they are pretty reliable, get bigger each year, and put on a fabulous display in the summer.

        • Anthea April 22, 2022 at 10:34 pm #

          My favorites are the Black Dragon lilies. They get about five feet tall and have a cluster of white flowers with a maroon reverse. The individual flowers are not as big as lampshades, but close. They smell divine.

    • Jarek April 22, 2022 at 12:01 pm #

      Too bad the Easter Bunny (was it Obama?) didn’t get him to start hopping along with him.

    • thirdcoastlegend April 22, 2022 at 12:41 pm #

      Maybe Susan Rice is in the bunny suit?

      • Blackbird April 22, 2022 at 10:27 pm #

        Almost makes me hope the old guy – I mean the Big Guy – will be around next Easter. That “extra” bunny? Yeah, that’ll be fun…

        Watching that video, if you didn’t know who the old guy was, it would be reasonable to have sympathy for him. Think of the emptiness in that head. And the vague awareness of that emptiness. And of being lost in it.

        But since I know who that obvious Alzheimer’s/Dementia/That-disease-you-get-from-cannibalism sufferer is – bring on the pranks!

  28. badberries April 22, 2022 at 11:41 am #

    The bread you eat today was made from wheat harvested last year, the bread you will eat next year will be made from wheat harvested this year…there will not be enough.

    • malthuss April 22, 2022 at 5:42 pm #

      there is never enough for 7 billion.
      however when your plate is empty, that is another story.

      I recall seeing a WW2 film on the dutch starvation and a boy desperate for a bowl of [soup?].

      and theres the photo of a child being tormented by a commie in the holomodor.


      • badberries April 25, 2022 at 1:03 pm #

        You prob. know this but there’s a film called “Mr.Jones” -Stalins murder by starvation of the Ukies while telling the world that the “Workers Paradise” was being realised.

  29. D from OR April 22, 2022 at 12:03 pm #

    And what about the situation in Shanghai?

    We are to believe this was a Covid response but beyond that very little was said. Videos of people crying from apartment towers seemed very fake and the killing of pets seemed to be western propaganda. Not saying there wasn’t suffering from the shutdown but that happens in a soft war.

    The lack of comment from western world leaders seemed to be because they couldn’t actually believe the Chinese would use Covid to screw them back. But they did and have.

    I suspect Obama and the merry band of NeoCons sent old Lindsay Graham to Taiwan in hopes it will “show China a thing or two” but I find it hard to believe China has much respect for anything LG has to say. They know who and what he is.

    The supply-chain ripple effect to come will impact things in the next few months in ways we’ve never experienced before. Prepare.

    • Blackbird April 22, 2022 at 10:46 pm #

      If they are welding apartment doors shut, and people are falling in the street in mid-run, then you know it’s real – just like the first time around.

      Granny Graham was sent to Taiwan to squeal like a pig.

  30. scoubidou123 April 22, 2022 at 12:12 pm #

    I learned yesterday that bees may defend a hive against a large wasp by “balling” around it, surrounding it, beating their wings furiously until the wasp dies form the heat and lack of oxygen:

    It can be used to get rid of an old queen

    Gives a totally different meaning to your picture of “the Queen Bee melts into a puddle of tears. The sisters cluster around her, beating their wings”

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  31. mitchellc April 22, 2022 at 12:20 pm #

    I thought the essay was weak; it seized upon one minor aspect and projected it onto the whole. As if leadership itself was some kind of feckless incompetent like the degraded father figure.

    To figure out what is happening today, you need to understand the long term objective. Again, the notion that the great mass of useless eaters who do nothing towards advancing science & discovery, yet continue to fuck & consume ever more of the most critical resource known to man is preposterous.

    So, the Great Reset. Population back down to 500m, 95% of which are productive workers keeping the basic infrastructure gowing – nursing along the last available reserves – to allow the advanced to continue making progress towards total AI. That is, non organic ‘intelligence’ light wave travel to explore the universe.

    In this rapidly approaching techo-feudal environment, a genderless, raceless core will be satisfied with virtual reality programming, as much sex for the sperm (porn), and as much drama (social) for the eggs, that either group could desire.

    If you get the end goal, then you’ll understand why every traditional form of personal organization eg family unit, has to be ridiculed, disparaged, regulated and dismantled.

    People can mistake these actions as if the elite actually care about any particular issue. As if they really give a damn about woke or whatever. The truth is, they’re just levers to be pulled.

    The old fashioned way to effect change was brute force; simply kill everyone. The smarter way to achieve progress is what we see in action today. The one key obstacle, the one promoting the old obsolete form is Russia.

    Anyway, I know some/many will claim this is monstrous; yet what is their solution? To continue along a path ruled by archaic human forms the very impulses that got us here? Does no one see that we are in a box canyon with no way out?

    If the reset isn’t effected, we’ll all be starving, desperate. Civilization will collapse and warlord states will gain access to nukes and use them. We then degrade to barbarian clans with local raids, slavery and cannibalism.

    This is how the world works. Intelligent apes have maybe a slight chance to apply logic to turn us away from a natural outcome.

    • JohnAZ April 22, 2022 at 12:31 pm #

      JHK has said, over and over, that the main problem facing humanity is how to run economies with slow to no growth. I think everyone agrees that over population density is causing most of the problems today. To slow the problem, slower population growth is mandatory, hence the economic problems.

      No one in government knows what to do with slow economic growth. GOP wants to give more money to the private sector, and the Dems think the government should doing the decision making.

      If the last thirty years is any indication, no one seems to have any answers.

      Stupidification at the personal level will only make things worse.

      • SW April 22, 2022 at 1:21 pm #

        The Smartest People in the Room think they can handle any unforeseen consequences and convinced themselves they’re right up there with God (whom most have no use for). Frankenstein by Mary Shelley was about this arrogant belief that science could create a perfect man but the perfect man turned out to be a monster and not a man at all. Oppenheimer quoted the Hindu holy book when he saw the first atomic bomb detonated —

        “Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds”.

        He knew this bomb was going to be used on civilian populations b/c of all the bombs already dropped on them. Arrogance + brilliance produced this monstrous ego who dismissed the suffering he was going to cause. The people (whoever they are) are cast in the same mold as those who gin up these unnecessary wars, fake pandemics, and hire the media spaniels to broadcast them.

      • Night Owl April 22, 2022 at 4:32 pm #

        Elon Musk was on the TV recently saying (again) that overpopulation is a myth, and that the real problem is the low birth rate.

        My gut says he is right. And a big part of that comes from knowing that everything the WEF crowd tells us is a lie.

        • Blackbird April 22, 2022 at 10:50 pm #

          I think that depends on whose problem you are talking about, and also whose birth rate.

        • Kim April 23, 2022 at 3:05 am #

          The problem is resource depletion.

          Gail Tverberg covers the topic better than anyone.


        • MaryQueen April 23, 2022 at 10:35 am #

          Elon Musk is with the WEF crowd, though.

          I suspect he’s being used as controlled opposition, to get people used to billionaires running things rather than our government bodies.

          • Night Owl April 24, 2022 at 4:28 pm #

            I still don’t know what to make of him. I agree he remains sketchy for a variety of reasons, but surprising things can happen.

        • R banjo April 24, 2022 at 12:44 am #

          Right on target night Owl.
          Everything is a lie.
          The globe, is a lie also.

          The United Nations Symbol is the ubiquitous symbol used for ever and in all cultures on the flat earth model.

          The center of the Atlas. Is the pole star the North Star…

          It’s all over once one realizes we have been taught and controlled and told what to believe and all the rest for a long long time.

          I ain’t buying any of it and the covey thing put it all in perspective finally.
          Every time someone says, “everybody agrees this is the way it is!”, my antenna go up and I start going the opposite of that.

          Make sure to trust your senses otherwise its non-sensical.

          Hobbes is one to study and I got his name from this format.

          Thanks James for all the crazy and lovely content today and can’t wait til Monday to see what the crystal ball has to say over the weekend from the MSM.

    • Anthea April 22, 2022 at 3:00 pm #

      @ mitchellc:

      Well, yours is an interesting argument: “If we don’t kill off humanity pre-emptively, they’re all gonna die.” This is kind of like the pro-abortion argument that goes, “We should kill them so they don’t have a miserable, unhappy life” (which we can foresee due to our psychic powers).

      I am not sure I see where the techno-feudal world is in any way superior to a world in which humans revert to what they’ve been doing all along; namely, fighting wars, starving and doing without when resources were scarce, enslaving each other, and occasionally snacking on someone’s succulent haunch.

      And yet, concurrent with all this barbarism, many people still managed to live fulfilling lives, have meaningful personal relationships, raise families, engage in meaningful work, and enjoy some fun and adventures. They also managed to create high cultures and fine music and art.

      Life is tough and has always been tough. But is also is, and has always been, good. The chief underpinning of human dignity and happiness is suffering, effort, sacrifice, and confronting challenges. And if these involve no risk of failure or death, they wouldn’t be much of a challenge, would they?

      People don’t understand what life is, and apparently this makes them keen on exchanging it for nonentity.

    • MaryQueen April 23, 2022 at 10:36 am #

      Some are in a box canyon of the mind, unable to see any way out.

      I see plenty of ways out.

      One of the way the WEF wins is getting people to believe their nonsense.

  32. Rowdypiglet April 22, 2022 at 12:21 pm #

    Mr. K. is ever the bearer of ill tidings, but his way with words is such that it’s actually a delight to read his descriptions of our inevitable demise.

  33. shox April 22, 2022 at 12:43 pm #

    Loved the article. The US, despite all the tantrums women throw about the oppressive patriarchy, is a covert single-mother matriarchy. A nation of single mothers raising a generation of emasculated men who cower to women. And as such, the US (more specifically the Democrats) exhibits on an elephantine scale the typical character of a badly-bred woman: she deals in manipulation, is given to tantrums, has no functioning conscience, and is petty, small-minded and unsportsmanlike. For example, she twists arguments and accuses her enemies of the VERY thing she is guilty of. She holds people accountable to their own standards and restraints, yet she has none of her own (“Make the enemy live up to its own book of rules.” – Saul Alinsky). She breaks all the Ten Commands and does so gleefully, taking a sadistic delight in getting away with sin and in inflicting pain upon those whom she dislikes. She is Eve, Delilah or Queen Jezebel from the Old Testament: the corrupter of the man’s conscience, the destroyer of everything the man has painstakingly built. She is chaos and destruction incarnate, and has been let loose to bring down 10 thousand years of man’s progress from savage to near-godlike stature. She wants to tear him down and reduce him to animal again.

    I must disagree with, or rather fill in, Kunstler on one point: I strongly suspect that the progressive cathedral is using Ukraine as a proxy to sap Russia’s strength, just as the Philistines used Delilah to bring down Samson. In this sense, their provocation of Russia is a calculated move. Russia undertakes a costly campaign to conquer Ukraine, then is bankrupted and exhausted by war, thus leaving only the US and China on the world stage as the only superpowers in contention. I don’t know if they factored peak oil and oil depletion into their calculations. Russia, and its apparent new ally Saudi Arabia, have a surplus of oil going forward, the US does NOT. This means they may ultimately emerge victorious. The US may have an agreement to protect the Middle East, but if a Ukrainian missile can sink a Russian battleship, why can’t Russian hypersonic missiles sink US batttleships in the Persian Gulf? The US would not be able to project its power in that region (by weaponizing crude-oil sales and traffic) and force its will upon the world.

  34. JohnAZ April 22, 2022 at 12:45 pm #

    I have been watching the political situation for quite a while.

    I do not see how the West and the East will ever reconcile into a United economy or culture.

    Half the wealth in the country are in the cities. Most of the cities are on the coasts. Hence, national political power is on the coasts. Even the coasts differ, the West being more progressive in nature.

    The impasse in DC right now is a joke. The cities are minority, gimme in nature just because they do not produce staples, but consume them. The more rural, the more conservative, the more independent, and the less gimme. The two used to be interdependent, any more that political interdependence has been denied more and more.

    How to split the country, East vs. Wast and cities vs, countryside.

    Right now, no one has a clue. Hence the discord in DC.

    Going to Las Vegas, take in the Mob museum. Looking at the progress of the multitude of Mobs in the US may suggest that the only thing holding the country together right now might be the Black Markets, drugs, trafficking all under the auspices of the Mobs.

    • JohnAZ April 22, 2022 at 12:47 pm #

      BTW, I do not understand how the power struggles in the country are promoting perversity in the morals of the country.

    • TaxDonkey April 25, 2022 at 9:17 am #

      “Half the wealth in the country are in the cities.”

      That’s only if you consider wealth as exclusively dollar assets. The productivity, when it comes to the basics rather than financial bullshit, lies primarily in rural areas (e.g, food production). The productive skills, other than financial bullshit, are primarily among the working class. I would also postulate that the divide is more rural vs city rather than east vs west.

  35. Roundball Shaman April 22, 2022 at 12:54 pm #

    “America hates daddies. To America, all daddies are monsters (rapists!).”

    Men are a victim of Cancel Culture.

    Forget that it was men that allowed human civilization to last into the 21 Century against all odds in a hostile universe and a planet filled with dangers and perils. Forget that men are responsible for most of the great inventions and advances within society. Forget that men were placed in a position to lead families along with their female co-partners to raise responsible children who would be worthy of carrying on the family name and taking useful a place upon the Earth.

    But because there have been bad men along the way who abused their positions or took advantage of others or who did not respect the high calling and responsibility that men have to be leaders and elders and teachers and friends and counselors and help-mates and visionaries and all the other things that men have been created to do in this Life… MEN HAD TO GO.

    Forget all that stuff. ‘Men have to go!’ – thus says (not) the Lord in today’s twisted Woke gospel of idiocy but horribly confused and twisted minds that have no sense of the treasured role of men in the human family and who have no respect or appreciation for the infinite number of things that men have contributed to Life and the human family.

    And don’t worry, ladies… you have just as much a high exalted place in the human family as men. Let’s not get hung up on that rivalry nonsense. This is about the Cancellation of Real Men in today’s Woked-Up, Effed-Up, Dark Alley of a Nightmare Society that is being created by and for us today.

    “America’s president, ‘Joe Biden,’ suits the current national script perfectly. He’s a mere prop for the drama queens. No one mistakes him for “Daddy.” He’s the old, impotent, intemperate…”

    He’s not just a prop. He’s a full-on, nail-on-the-head symbol of the entire functional mess of an apparatus (such as it as) of the United States governing class and structure. He’s confused… out of touch… no longer knows who he is or what he should stand for or why… out for to pillage for himself and ‘The Smartest Man I Know’ who just happens to be closely related to him… having no thoughts for tomorrow… not serving any useful purpose… trying to shake hands with ghosts that had already left the building out of boredom… just like the government that pays him and in whose name he goes around wrecking the World like a wayward child acting up in pre-school when he doesn’t get the pudding he wants.

    He is the perfect avatar for a once-great dream of a Nation that no longer has any resemblance to the brilliant concept and ideals it was born as.

    He is many things. But, a man?…

    All you men who are still left around… don’t let anyone steal your Johnson from you. Or make you feel bad that you have one. That’s letting Cancel Culture go just too damn far…

    Be a man. And then act like a man should.

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    • Rowdypiglet April 22, 2022 at 1:19 pm #

      “But because there have been bad men along the way who abused their positions or took advantage of others or who did not respect the high calling and responsibility that men have to be leaders and elders and teachers and friends and counselors and help-mates and visionaries and all the other things that men have been created to do in this Life… MEN HAD TO GO.”

      Their beliefs about men are a bit downstream, I think, from their beliefs in general. These are people who compare everything, including every culture and civilization that ever existed, to a Utopia that has never been and never will be – an imaginary place where they get everything they want just by asking for it. Men don’t measure up when compared to The Perfect Man who never existed. The U.S. doesn’t measure up when compared to The Utopia that Never Existed. This is how they think, and why they are never satisfied with anything. There is nothing and no one that can compete with what exists in your imagination and nowhere else. Any imperfection is unacceptable, no matter how petty it is in the greater scheme of things.

      This way of looking at things ties into other beliefs that we’ve inculcated into children for a while now. One of these is that you can do anything you put your mind to. If this is true (and we’ve brought up children to believe that it is) then the only reason that someone with an IQ of 90 is not a theoretical physicist is because he’s been oppressed by our evil culture. All of our fixed beliefs, from the top down, are detached from reality. I’ve worked with low IQ children, and you cannot believe the rage that results from adults telling them that they can be anything they want to be. It’s a lie, but the supposed adults keep saying it and become apoplectic when challenged.

    • Disaffected April 22, 2022 at 5:03 pm #

      As if all that wasn’t bad enough, one Bernie Sanders is making noise about running again in 2024. Talk about your rube-icons. Won’t be long before we’ll need a childcare center on Capitol Hill for the elected officials themselves. Free Depends for everyone!

      • Blackbird April 22, 2022 at 10:55 pm #

        Can’t we just repeat 2016 every 4 years until we get it right?

    • MaryQueen April 23, 2022 at 10:39 am #

      The goal is transhumanism, where people are neuter, not any sex.

      Then state then controls reproduction. Not individual people. If they even will be people at that point.

  36. restless94110 April 22, 2022 at 12:59 pm #

    If no one has pointed this out so far, that would be pinot grigio not pino grigio.

    • cowbell81 April 22, 2022 at 1:10 pm #

      Could also be referred to as Pinot Gris. However, I prefer my pinots “noir”.

      • Disaffected April 22, 2022 at 4:57 pm #

        I prefer all my ales, pale and 6.5%.

  37. JohnAZ April 22, 2022 at 1:01 pm #

    Happy Earth Day!

    The annual fete that allows celebrities to show how totally ignorant they are about a real problem, the changing of the environment.

    There is ONE solution required here!! One!!

    How do we convert the energy requirements of the people of the world away from fossil fuels by using something else. The discord is a battle between the different alternatives. So far, renewables has increased is share up to 10% overall. Experience in Europe has shown we may be topping out the efficiency of solar, wind.

    Peak oil should be an absolute warning to the world that the FF issue is moot. If 2050 shows up with the same amount of stupidity about energy that exists today, the major die off will commence starting in energy poor areas first. FF will be history.

    Right now, humanity has no clue what to do! Could be only one action will be able to solve the problem,

    To die!

    • SW April 22, 2022 at 3:21 pm #

      Not only ignorant celebrities but Oscar winning hypocrites — Leonardo DiCaprio’s buddy’s yacht produces as much carbon from sailing seven miles as the average car produces in a year and costs $340,000 to fill its tank. One can only hope he flew in a private jet to his Earth day celebration to harauge the plebs about destroying the earth rather than cruise on the Vava II, owned by a Swiss pharmaceutical crook.

  38. Psychsounds April 22, 2022 at 1:08 pm #

    Here is some food for thought related to JHK’s article today. There are quite a few other books by this author that look interesting. The name of this book (to be released in May) is :

    NO APOLOGIES – Civilization Depends On The Strength Of Men

    Here is a link to the book.


    • cowbell81 April 22, 2022 at 1:12 pm #

      Really, $30 for a hard cover copy of this book? I smell a fraud. If he really wants to do a service, the author should be giving these books away for free to men everywhere. Bilking us out of $30 for another slow read that will be of minimal help to the masculine race is not kosher in my book.

      • Bilejones April 24, 2022 at 6:03 am #

        Well if Kosher is a big deal to you you are part of the problem, and we’re not looking to you for solutions.

  39. hustled enough April 22, 2022 at 1:16 pm #

    “Mainly we hate the Russian president for doing what he said he would do, acting like a man, literally having to set boundaries for the unruly children, like Daddy used to do. America hates daddies.”

    Well, if by that you mean that daddy is a psychopath with a god complex who beats up his kids and rapes them, then, yeah, most Americans hate those kinds of daddies. Most sane folks do. Daddy thinks he is the Redeemer of the Russian soul, protector of the Russian spirit and that he is answerable on this plane to no one but himself–and certainly not the rule of law! And he is ordained by GOD to do as he pleases and woe be he, she, they who disagree with him! And if he has to burn down his own and his neighbour’s house to impose his will, then his will be done.

    Many find that kind of “daddy” and his behaviour admirable and that suggest that a lot of people have serious daddy issues.

    • Rowdypiglet April 22, 2022 at 1:43 pm #

      “Many find that kind of “daddy” and his behaviour admirable and that suggest that a lot of people have serious daddy issues.”

      I think you should try out this trick on a site with less intelligent people than this one. First you make a number of statements about Putin with which many here disagree, and then you claim that we have “serious issues” for agreeing with the statements you’ve made – with which no one has actually agreed.

      • JohnAZ April 22, 2022 at 2:29 pm #

        Putin drew a red line. Unlike the cowardly US presidents, his red lines mean something.

        The cause of this war is the USA through NATO. 2014, Putin drew the line, the Baltics, Romania and Bulgaria joined NATO, but Putin said, not Ukraine. Could the USA leave well enough alone? Heck no, push push push. Three Ukrainian presidents have been exposed to Putin, all three manipulated by elements of the USA including the Biden Mob. So now, Z decides he is going to mess with Putin, backed by NATO, or so he thought. So now, Ukraine is being leveled.

        Mess with the Bill, you get the horn!

        • JohnAZ April 22, 2022 at 2:29 pm #

          Bull, not bill.

          • Blackbird April 22, 2022 at 10:59 pm #

            Bill will give ya the horn too – whether you mess with him or not.

      • hustled enough April 23, 2022 at 11:36 am #

        Hi Rowdypiglet.

        “First you make a number of statements about Putin with which many here disagree”
        Yes, I do.
        As for “serious daddy issues” it is no more silly than “momma-ville. And I don’t hear much blowback on that. But it is a sad commentary that a state that is authoritarian and engaged in a war of choice on a lack of a even a flimsy justification apart from naked ambition is supported by many here. And before you tell me of all the “evidence” that JHK Admin has cited in the past– a careful look at it suggests–zero. If it had been true–don’t you think the Russians would have been sharing it? They can’t because they have nada.

        That is a serious daddy issue! “Believe what I say even when events unfold that show my predictions based on these claims are wrong. And further–I will expect you to IGNORE what I said about my predictions because I am never wrong. And you must always uphold what I say–regardless of what evidence says.” That is an authoritarian impulse–“OBEY THY FATHER!!!” Yep, serious daddy issues…

        And there is a LOT of that here.

        • spaingaroo April 24, 2022 at 6:34 pm #

          well, a new resident idiot appears

        • TaxDonkey April 25, 2022 at 9:24 am #

          Rowdy pig hit the bullseye. No use continuing this particular conversation.

    • Paula D April 22, 2022 at 4:34 pm #

      Hey, hustled enough, have many doses of the vax have you taken?

      • hustled enough April 23, 2022 at 11:36 am #


        • Anthea April 23, 2022 at 2:59 pm #

          @ hustled enough:

          You don’t know, do you?

          • hustled enough April 24, 2022 at 6:43 pm #

            Hi Anthea,
            You are right–I have no idea what you are talking about here.

    • BackRowHeckler April 22, 2022 at 4:36 pm #

      Oddly enough, I read just yesterday that 83% of Russians support Putin.

      Burning down neighborhoods is more of a BLM/Antifa/Dem Party tactic.

      • hustled enough April 23, 2022 at 11:41 am #

        Hi BackRowHowler
        Oddly enough: Putin’s Russia in Ukraine…

        Execution of non-combatants? Check
        Destruction of infrastructure including hospitals? Check
        95% or Mauripol destroyed? Check.
        Territorial aggrandisement? Check

        And you want to make the comparison with BLM and the Democratic Party? OK then. Maybe you should take out those anti-fascist impulses you have out on the fascist tendencies of Putin’s Russia?

      • TaxDonkey April 25, 2022 at 9:29 am #

        With Putin, there seems to a loyalty to his own country. Not so with FJB.

    • Redneck Liberal April 23, 2022 at 8:07 pm #

      @hustled enough: great observation. The growing plethora of the psychopathic “daddies” in global politics is quite alarming – aside from Vlad of Moscow, there’s. Orban, Erdogan, Xi, MBS, and last and probably least, Trump.

      The crowing mob of supporters of Putin, Trump & Orban coming from RightWingUSA – pathetic victims of insidious, subtle and relentless disinformation- is evidence of the actual “mass formation psychosis” we should be most worried about..

      • Paula D April 24, 2022 at 7:20 pm #

        Ha, ha, you forgot to mention Jan. 6th.
        They’re docking your pay.

      • Paula D April 24, 2022 at 7:20 pm #

        Also Le Pen. I’m hoping she wins!

  40. stelmosfire April 22, 2022 at 1:20 pm #

    I figured it would come down to this. FF free by 2030. Yea OK. Nuclear to the rescue.


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  41. cowbell81 April 22, 2022 at 1:23 pm #

    Ouch, this is harsh:


    You know, is anyone really ever going to be good enough for those in the BLM movement?

    I would agree with Newsome on this point though: “We’re going to take control of our cities because the government has failed us for decades.”

    Indeed, the government has failed ALL of us and we should all be working TOGETHER regardless of race to bring our cities and society back!

    • SW April 22, 2022 at 3:23 pm #

      Newsome forgets he’s been part of that government for decades.

      • Islander April 22, 2022 at 6:30 pm #

        Newsome is very tied in to the power structure.

        He is no rebel.

        He is no Putin, either.

    • Blackbird April 22, 2022 at 11:02 pm #

      Eventually Burn, Loot ‘n’ Murder will be all morbidly obese white women with unnaturally colored hair.

  42. Warren April 22, 2022 at 1:57 pm #

    “the old, impotent, intemperate, often confused “Grampy,'”
    You forgot incontinent

    • thwack April 22, 2022 at 2:47 pm #

      that depends

      • Disaffected April 22, 2022 at 4:53 pm #

        bada bing!

  43. amb April 22, 2022 at 1:58 pm #

    An empire or culture always turns into a clown show–run by degraded, clueless, destructive people–when it is on its way to total and unavoidable collapse. Sorry folks, but we’ve reached another “Game Over” point in our illustrious history of humanity and its empires.

    • Anthea April 22, 2022 at 3:29 pm #

      @ amb:

      Yes, the death of civilizations is cyclical. They all die, and their deaths are often attended by the descent of their people into degradation. It seems to be the way that works.

      The notion that this process can be reversed is like thinking that a terminal cancer patient in hospice care can become 21 again. While it is possible to slow the death process–i.e., give the terminal cancer patient an extra three months–it is not possible change the outcome (death) and restore his youth and health.

      With civilizations too, this is just the course of nature. We’re living through an era of advancing decay and will probably soon be living through an era of death. But nature is a fine thing; spring follows winter, and so on.

  44. mitchellc April 22, 2022 at 2:00 pm #

    Jim, like so many others, only sees the shadows and is forced to use his own imagination to construct reality. This is a result of 3 key factors:

    Ego – only a few know the truth; the rest, including most everyone in govt is a clueless hack ergo CFN.

    Indoctrination – the belief that the general mass have influence, the ability of self determination. This has never been true, going back to when wealthy land owners seized N America for themselves.

    Naivete – the belief in happy outcomes, that actions don’t have consequences. We got ourselves into this box, consuming every possible resource and wildly outpacing any sustainable pop level. But somehow if we all cooperate, we can share the pain and live on.

    No, the counter position, the one ruled by facts, the one where the very plans are openly discussed, rebut each of the above:

    Awareness – anyone at any level of understanding and/or influence knows the score – maybe 10s of thousands.

    Leadership – the elite who control finance, media and govt would/do laugh at the pathetic notion that commoners have any input. Recall if wishes were horses, beggars would ride.

    Reality – kumbaya is a killer; drop unicorns and rainbows. This is a fight to the finish. There are only 2 ways out: the western way of compassionate genocide vs the Russian way of raising the gates while the world burns.

    Since jim isn’t going to alter his pov, his prognostications serve as the exact opposite of how the future unfolds.

    • Disaffected April 22, 2022 at 4:10 pm #

      Fatalistic, you are.

      fa·tal·ism /?f?dl?iz?m/

      1. the belief that all events are predetermined and therefore inevitable.
      “fatalism can breed indifference to the human costs of war”

      2. a submissive outlook, resulting from a fatalistic attitude.
      “he experienced a sense of fatalism that kept his fear at bay”

      See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fatalism

      Fatalism is a family of related philosophical doctrines that stress the subjugation of all events or actions to fate or destiny, and is commonly associated with the consequent attitude of resignation in the face of future events which are thought to be inevitable.

  45. thirdcoastlegend April 22, 2022 at 2:03 pm #

    An autosummoned Tesla hitting a private jet is the perfect summation of the state of the world in 2022:


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    • cowbell81 April 22, 2022 at 4:48 pm #

      Oh wow, boys and their toys! Computers really will take over the world, one Tesla at a time.

  46. Penelope Dreadful April 22, 2022 at 2:46 pm #

    OH! And this from the article!

    “Does that make Barack Obama America’s secret daddy?”


    Maybe America could go on the Maury Povich Show to find out who our daddy is??? It works with all the baby-daddy sorts.

    • BackRowHeckler April 22, 2022 at 7:29 pm #

      Yeah but on Maury’s show when they enquired “Who the Daddy”, and the first 20 candidates prove not to be Daddy, there’s plenty of side glances and snickers of embarrassment — until #25 proves finally to Be the Daddy, at which time a great sigh of relief is breathed.

    • Anthea April 23, 2022 at 3:05 pm #

      One of my neighbors was on Maury a number of years ago, sorting through three possible “baby daddies.” They all mentioned that she was difficult to get along with. (I didn’t really know her, though I knew the rest of the family pretty well.)

      That was the only time I ever watched Maury.

  47. CrusherMuldoon April 22, 2022 at 3:12 pm #


    For some insight on how “educated” STEM related people see the Ukranian mess, just read some on these responses

  48. dannovac April 22, 2022 at 3:17 pm #

    Dr. Robert Malone on posted irrefutable proof of the Ivermectin success story in India. Ivermectin needs to be allowed for medical use and for doctors to prescribe it immediately in United States. It is an act of criminal malfeasance to keep up the sham in the face of overwhelming proof and overwhelming harm to the people of this nation. If you want you can get it from https://www.livingnatural.net

    • TaxDonkey April 25, 2022 at 9:34 am #

      Dr. Kory and others schooled us on that over a year ago.

  49. BackRowHeckler April 22, 2022 at 3:36 pm #

    I’m afraid in the near future Xi Jinping might prove to be a ‘Real Man’ too, less interested in Globalist bullsh#t like The Great Reset’, or the ‘Paris Climate Accord’, more interested in establishing hegemony in the Pacific, the South China Sea, and Taiwan. By that time Heels Up Harris should be POTUS LoL.

    • Blackbird April 22, 2022 at 11:10 pm #

      I don’t think Xi will lose interest in The Great Reset or the Paris Climate Accord, since both work in China’s favor. Overtures to China’s arrival onstage as the New Boss.

      As China becomes the center of the world, its mass, like that of a big fat sun, will draw to it many things now thought to be out of reach. As well as many things not yet thought of – except by that center of mass.

      • TaxDonkey April 25, 2022 at 9:37 am #

        China is a toxic waste dump headed for collapse. Their only hope for the new boss narrative is to expand outside their territory.

  50. Weaver Revolt April 22, 2022 at 3:48 pm #

    Great column. Thank you.

    The rise of the gynocracy in the US parallels its deindustrialization.

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  51. tom clark April 22, 2022 at 3:52 pm #

    I’m a daddy and a granddaddy. It’s an ok gig.

    I’m not the kind of daddy who would direct the killing of 10,000+ innocent civilians, tho. Or maybe they weren’t so innocent after all. Maybe they were all secretly plotting to take over the world, just like Elon Musk. Heh…heh…heh.

    219 Billion dollars…what’s in YOUR wallet?

  52. Jarek April 22, 2022 at 4:23 pm #


    Hinc has triumphed What isn’t possible in this brave new world? Maybe Jodi Foster will show up and try to see him after the show. If so, he should spurn her with his heel, just like Travis did to the political operative who tried to bestow herself on him after his apotheosis. Jodi is unworthy of Hinc now.

    • Blackbird April 22, 2022 at 11:18 pm #

      “Jodi is unworthy of Hinc now.”

      But she’s finally worthy of De Niro.

  53. BackRowHeckler April 22, 2022 at 4:27 pm #

    Does Ukraine have an army, navy or an air force? The only fighting formation that’s been identified is the Azov Brigade, which is buried under rubble in a defunct steel mill in Mariuopol. In Mariuopol, which is a seaport, why isn’t the Ukraine Navy evacuating trapped soldiers, or shelling Russian positions with naval artillery? Where is the Air Force, and why isn’t it providing close combat support targeting Russian tanks? It seems like Ukraine’s armed forces consists largely of phantoms, and the only war they’re winning is the bullsh#t propaganda war spun out by Zelensky and amplified by western media.

    • cowbell81 April 22, 2022 at 4:44 pm #

      They are using nothing but those new ghost guns that Biden was talking about last week on the White House front portico. Compliments of the US Gov’t and its spin doctors!

      • Disaffected April 22, 2022 at 6:07 pm #

        Those ghost guns are a breakthrough in play war technology. Just imagine what Bushy would have done with those!

    • Disaffected April 22, 2022 at 4:49 pm #

      LOL! See phantom bullshit directly below. What they’ve got left is mostly in the Donbas cauldron and they’re not long for this world. Maybe they should start tunneling too? Saves burial costs at least, although I’m sure future residents would rather not have their groundwater polluted like that.

    • Jarek April 22, 2022 at 6:11 pm #

      The Azovs are submerged supermen. They are mutating in their underground city. When they emerge, they shall conquered the Earth. The media are correct that we should admire and support them. And Mary’s clip showed one of them treating Zelensky with contempt. So should we.

      • Disaffected April 22, 2022 at 6:21 pm #

        Jar, have you slipped a gear?

        • Disaffected April 22, 2022 at 6:31 pm #

          I think you’ve got them mixed up with them thar Mutant Ninja Turtles, big guy.

        • Jarek April 22, 2022 at 6:43 pm #

          It’s just a sub-personality. Don’t mind it too much.

          • Blackbird April 22, 2022 at 11:20 pm #

            Next time you get banned, come back as that one – he’s funny.

          • MaryQueen April 23, 2022 at 10:51 am #


    • Blackbird April 22, 2022 at 11:29 pm #

      I read somewhere – probably the Saker – that back when the Ukrainians had a navy, they tried to evacuate that forlorn hope from Mariuopol, and got their backsides spanked by the Russian hedgehog.

      I’m surprised that wasn’t spun as, “We told our Navy, ‘Go home! We wish to fight and die for our nation!'”

      Or that the navy just stopped by to drop off some pistol packin’ drag queens.

  54. trypillian April 22, 2022 at 4:31 pm #

    The Armed Forces of Ukraine provided a summary of the demilitarization of Russian savages for Day 58 as follows:

    – soldiers permanently cancelled ……21,200
    – aircraft………….176
    – choppers or actually flying tanks…………153
    – tanks……….838
    – armored non-fighting vehicles…………2162
    – air defense systems………69
    – artillery……………397
    – rocket launchers…………138
    – tank trucks……………..76
    – drones…………..176
    – trucks……………1523
    – ships including the cruiser which morphed into a submarine…..8

    For the purveyors of psychopath Putin; have a nice day.

  55. thwack April 22, 2022 at 4:52 pm #

    Russian tank eats javelin,


    not sure what damage the tank took, but the crew seemed fine.

    Time to call in an artillery barrage

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    • cowbell81 April 22, 2022 at 5:06 pm #

      At 0:30 into the video, I like the little pine tree they focus on that has a little protective fence around it. Nice touch in that war torn landscape.

      • thwack April 22, 2022 at 5:21 pm #

        That cameramans ears tho?

        Im trying to learn Russian profanity but they keep bleeping it out.

        How do you say “shit” and “fuck” in Russian?

        • Disaffected April 22, 2022 at 7:43 pm #

          Well, since you asked…

          shit = der’mo …


          fuck = Blyad’ …

          according The Google. They lose something in translation, don’t ya think?

          • elysianfield April 23, 2022 at 11:03 am #

            …shitski, fuckski

          • Disaffected April 23, 2022 at 6:52 pm #

            I like those better. Maybe with two y’s on the end, rather than the single i?

  56. Disaffected April 22, 2022 at 6:03 pm #

    Whew boy! 60-80 MPH SSW straight line winds in The Land of Enchantment today. I can’t be sure he went by so fast, but I think I saw someone having the same general description as JohnAZ go flying by on the last one. I’m guessing he’ll be halfway through Kansas by nightfall, so if anyone spots him give him a friendly wave and maybe throw him a rope if you’ve got something substantial to anchor it to. Otherwise, hopefully it will die down by the time he gets into Iowa, so someone will look after him there.

    • Disaffected April 22, 2022 at 7:18 pm #

      It appears that some of that lovely Arizona fire smoke is blowing in now too! Nice big nicotine yellow shit stain across the western sky over the mountains, with some of that fine sooty gray haze settling into the canyons. Looks like western fire season is underway again! Might be wearing a mask again soon after all.

      • Disaffected April 22, 2022 at 7:45 pm #

        And now a NWS Dust Storm Warning has just gone out over the Emergency Channel. Toto, I don’t think we’re in Kansas anymore!

  57. BuckP April 22, 2022 at 6:12 pm #

    Awesome essay!
    “Daddy Putin is rocking the joint, cleaning out the place like Gary Cooper in some Long Branch Saloon of the Eurasian steppe — heaving all those Azov Nazis through the swinging doors out into the dusty street.”
    A better analogy won’t be found anywhere!
    Our american Mommies and their NATO lackies think that they’re getting even with Putin by banning Russian-born athletes from international competitions, most revently Wimbelton.
    They tried this pettiness with the NHL by demanding that all Russian players be banned, The NHL told these hussies to pack sand!

  58. Jarek April 22, 2022 at 6:47 pm #

    The situation in Mariupol is becoming more and more tragic and painful… Orcs are storming and destroying by all means Azovstal, where our soldiers have been bravely defending for almost 2 months.

    Klitschko, the evil boxing politician

    Jarek: Anglin feels that Putin is reading his site and getting ideas. He is going to seal the “supermen” ( super swine) inside their fortress. Anglin is disappointed: he thinks the river should be diverted to drown them like rats! If Putin takes, why not take this too? Why? Why?!

    • Disaffected April 22, 2022 at 7:04 pm #

      The consensus seems to be that Putin is still playing the public relations card to counter the West’s “war crimes” propaganda blitz. Remains to be seen how well all that will play, but it doesn’t seem to be too effective on this side of the pond. Maybe it plays better to the Russian audience? The dramatic possibilities of embedded NATO swine coming up from the tunnels all war torn and ragged after a few weeks of starvation would be great, although you can bet their own governments will disavow all knowledge of their involvement.

      • Islander April 22, 2022 at 8:32 pm #

        No, not public relations.

        Putin is probably listening to the ladies in his advisory circle.

        Why waste men and a perfectly good industrial installation when the easy way is to wait it out. Also, there are probably civilians in there.

        And Who Knows Who Else Is Hiding in Azovstal???

        Smartest thing is to Seal the complex, wait for the psychodrama within to play out. People will emerge, mostly in one piece.
        With brains ripe for picking and evidence ripe for collecting.

        • Disaffected April 22, 2022 at 8:37 pm #

          Good answer. Not sure about the ladies part, but I’ll concede as a point of order.

  59. BackRowHeckler April 22, 2022 at 7:17 pm #

    Meanwhile, ontop of everything else, in Kenmore, Ohio (outside of Akron) a group of about 10 Eagle Scouts enter a Louis Vuitton store and strip it clean like locusts in a matter of just a minute or two — stripped the shelves clean — then sprinted out to waiting vehicles. They’re gone. Here’s the beautiful irony of the situation: a few years ago when cities were burning and stores were being looted coast to coast, Louis Vuitton declared itself “down with the struggle” and made sizable donations to BLM coffers lol!

    On the other hand if any CFNers want to score some Louis Vuitton merch on the cheap, check out Ebay; some of it should be appearing for sale as early as now.

    • Disaffected April 22, 2022 at 7:23 pm #

      Eagle Scouts, you say? Must be one of their new-fangled merit badge projects. What’ll they think up next? Simple larceny to start, then grand theft auto, and then onto who knows what next. Extra points for creativity.

      Vuitton? Nah, more of a Carhartt guy, myself.

  60. benr April 22, 2022 at 7:32 pm #

    And the balloon pops as we have been saying for as long as they have been pushing alternatives!
    Current technology simply can’t put everyone into an electric car or truck!


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  61. The Man They Call Zazelle April 22, 2022 at 7:38 pm #

    “One thing I would say about the prospects for government action. Governments are crowds. They are reactive not proactive. And essentially it means that whatever they do, they’re… extrapolating past trends forward and not anticipating trend changes. So that’s like driving your car, flooring it, while only looking in the rear view mirror. It’s practically a guarantee of a really nasty accident. Plus the people who are in power tend to have the most invested in the status-quo. They tend to have benefitted greatly from that. These are not the people you are going to look to to change that kind of system. I more or less ignore them and I pay attention to municipal politics and things at lower levels, but I don’t expect anything good from the top down…” ~ Nicole Foss

    • mitchellc April 22, 2022 at 7:52 pm #

      I stopped reading those numbskulls 10+ years ago. The same old tired shtick about feckless incompetents in charge.

      Someone should ask her why Basra was GBs first major offensive in Nov 1914. Or why rickover got the Navy going nuke powered right after WW2.

      Nah, just clueless clowns stumbling around …

      • The Man They Call Zazelle April 22, 2022 at 8:49 pm #

        “The same old tired shtick about feckless incompetents in charge.” ~ mitchellc

        Yup and while I appreciate much of his efforts, alas, that’s what JHK’s doing.

        But he’s nowhere near alone in, paradoxically perhaps, kind of nevertheless upholding the State by giving it attention here on his soapbox platform. I mean, why stop with the State? Why not talk/bitch about the Pope/Vatican because they are ‘important’? I am being somewhat facetious of course.

        The State and its so-called monopoly on violence has taken over the planet, and handicapped, via media and blog soapboxes, etc., notions of what might be possible beyond the State in terms of sociopolitical organization.

        It’s like a disease and I often feel like Charlton Heston’s character in The Planet of The Apes. Even in Soylent Green. (You could tell people that they’re eating dead-&-prepared people and they’d look at you funny, despite what you just said, as if you’ve lost your mind.)

        Paraphrased: ‘You maniacs! You blew it all to hell!’

        • Disaffected April 22, 2022 at 10:03 pm #

          ‘You maniacs! You blew it all to hell!’

          I think that says it all.

  62. mitchellc April 22, 2022 at 7:48 pm #

    The antonym of fantasy is reality, not fatality. Fatalism is giving up versus altering perception and adapting.

    If a person dreaming of becoming the next Justin beiber is advised to study, work hard, save & invest, they are not a fatalistic downer, but rather a prudent, mature mentor.

    So too the rebuttals to the hopium served up weekly and in fictional books. The facts are quite different than ideals; it doesn’t mean to give up, rather to bear down.

    Btw, anyone notice the drop off in high emotionals looking for assurances that the cv/Vax reign of terror might result in justice? It’s because they’re not interested in discussing broad macro concepts – rather they just needed some soothing talk before bedtime.

    Now, in Jim’s defense, if he applied his rhetoric to the only real solution to what’s really at hand, he could be moved off the mere watch list and onto the frame up and destroy program.

    • Disaffected April 22, 2022 at 8:34 pm #


      You seem to be especially irritated today, you’re usual emotional detachment suddenly gone missing. Something bothering you? As you’ve intimated on many occasion, what do you care if the rest of us fools rail against the inevitable. I can personally attest that coyotes love to bark at the moon, why would you deprive the rest of us of that simple pleasure?

      • GreenAlba April 22, 2022 at 9:02 pm #

        I think mitchellc is trying hard to convince himself that the world he plans to survive in is worth surviving for. To me it sounds vastly worse than death, whether you’re a ‘winner’ or a drone.

        • Disaffected April 22, 2022 at 10:01 pm #

          Yep GA, I think so too.

  63. Jarek April 22, 2022 at 7:49 pm #


    Senior IRGC General Mohammad-Reza Naghdi: Western Culture Is A Path To Racial Extinction, Loss Of National Identity; Europeans Are Not Having Babies, So They Are Forced To ‘Import’ Population From Africa
    #9496 | 03:50
    Source: IRIB Ofogh TV (Iran)

    Deputy IRGC Commander-in-Chief for Coordination General Mohammad-Reza Naghdi said in a March 31, 2022 interview on Ofogh TV (Iran) that Europeans are losing their national identity and are headed for extinction due to the negative population growth in Europe. He said that Western countries preach to other societies how they should conduct themselves, yet Westerners are not getting married or having children. As a result, he said, the West is headed towards extinction and is forced to “import” populations from Africa and other parts of the world. Naghdi gave the example of France’s national soccer and basketball teams, which he said comprise mostly of Africans. He predicted that in a few years the European race will exist only in museums, and that if the African immigrants to Europe embrace the Western lifestyle, they too will be headed for extinction.

    Interviewer: “If I am not mistaken, you expressed an opinion about the French national soccer team. You said that out of the 23 team members, 15 were Africans, and that of the 12 members of their national basketball team, ten were Africans. You inferred that France has no national identity.”


    Mohammad-Reza Naghdi: “The West delineats a certain lifestyle for [other] societies, and [tells us] how we should live. What has this done to the West itself? It has caused negative population growth, which forces them to import population from abroad. European societies will reach a point, within several decades, where you will have to search for a single person of the European race in France or in England, for example.

    Interviewer: “But many countries do this. In the Persian Gulf, for example, Qatar and the UAE do this.”

    Naghdi: “In this situation, there is no more meaning to national identity. According to statistics, if you hold free elections in England in 2060, a Pakistani or an Indian will be the prime minister, and [British] Parliament will be filled with [immigrants] from Iraq, India, and so on. What will be the meaning of national identity there? There will be no such thing as the English people anymore.

    “This will be a different nation and different society. Some people might interpret what I say to be racial discrimination, but if you care about the value of preserving a nation’s identity and the continued existence of that nation, [know that] the path [the West] outlined for human society will ultimately be the annihilation of future generations.

    “If the people who came from other places embrace this lifestyle as well, they will become extinct too. Humanity as a whole will head toward annihilation. In a few years, you will have to find the European race in museums, and they will tell [about] the people who used to live in Europe with light-colored eyes, blond hair, and white skin, and they spoke in such a manner.

    “This will be the outcome if they continue this process. Is this a desirable process for any society?


    “The reason that the Africans went there and took over the national teams… They swarmed society as a whole, not just the national sports teams. Those sports teams constitute a reflection of society.”

    Interviewer: “Exactly.”

    Naghdi: “The reason is that within their own societies, those [immigrants] have not embraced the European lifestyle. They gave birth to children, started families, grew in number, and took over that society. These things are addressed to them too. If those Africans embrace the Western lifestyle, they, too, will head towards extinction.


    “Human society is heading towards extinction. Nobody is willing to get married anymore. They live with dogs, crocodiles, and cats. Nobody is willing to give birth to children, raise them, and build a life. This lifestyle they created… In England, they presented a new cabinet member for loneliness affairs.”

    Jarek: Wisdom from Persia. I doubt the Blacks will become completely European to any great degree, but his point is well taken in general. East Asian societies that have adopted the Western way of Life, are also experiencing an accelerating sterility. Japan and Singapore are in the late stages of this. Signs are also apparent in Korea and China. Probably not India as a whole, but the middle and upper middle classes perhaps? Especially in the diaspora?

    Europeans are going to disappear unless something radically changes. It’s just that simple. Their replacements are such radically different peoples (Black and Brown Muslims) that the idea that European Culture will be maintained is simply fatuous. And in any case, White Leftists hate their own cultures and are aiding in its destruction.

    Turks, at least in Western Turkey and Iranians may be better being closer to Whites racially. Of course this can be nullified by any of the various schools of fanatical Islam.

    • mitchellc April 22, 2022 at 8:04 pm #

      The same old race nostalgia. Why does jim allow you to post here? You don’t add to anything of value to conversations about real events and trends.

      Newsflash: there won’t be any race, any group supremacy. Rather, there will be the creation of the desired servant, a mix of the Middle range Hispanic and asian.

      The two ends of the spectrum, representing ability and criminality, will be eliminated. Whites because they represent a challenge to the new order, and blacks because of their soon to be unaffordable high overhead.

      Perhaps if you focused on the big picture, and then tied back to specific policies like population substitution, you’d add something interesting to say. Otherwise it’s just whining and complaing without any relevant context.

      • Jarek April 23, 2022 at 12:37 am #

        Mitch: Most of the people don’t get this. Or, like you they do but they don’t care – which is another way of not getting it.

        The Muslims are rioting in Sweden because a politician burned a Koran. Tucker is outraged: Burning a Koran is rude, but they’ll burn building in response?

        The Muslims are correct: If you value yourself and your civilization, you simply don’t allow certain things. The Koran is more important than the buildings. If he was healthy he would know this because he’d feel the same way about the Bible or the Flag or something.

        Next question: Why did we let such healthy but alien people into our Civilization? They’re obviously not going to assimilate to our tawdry, broken down nonsense.

        • observex April 23, 2022 at 12:39 am #

          An interview perspective from Iranian TV isn’t something I’d come across normally, so thanks for the post.

          • Disaffected April 23, 2022 at 11:32 am #

            Seconded. This is a pretty darn good interview, Jar. As for this:

            Why did we let such healthy but alien people into our Civilization? They’re obviously not going to assimilate to our tawdry, broken down nonsense.

            It seems rather obvious that they’re trying to destroy the civilization itself and replace it with something more third-world, the better to continue the exploitation. In the end, there’s only two classes: those who exploit capital to their considerable advantage, and those who are exploited by it; and it’s a lot easier to exploit the underclass if they’re reasonably uniform and undifferentiated, at least from a cultural standpoint. Of course they’ll all celebrate their individual quirks, not realizing that even in their individuality they’re all the same: consumers of and programmed by the overriding mass media super culture that demands nothing less than their total obedience lest they be canceled altogether.

          • Jarek April 23, 2022 at 12:12 pm #

            Dis: In other words, things can never get better. Intercourse and rape are the same. Just stare at the ceiling and think of England. It’s all you can do, right?

            Wrong. We need Raj Ram. The reign of a Godly King who put all things in their rightful place. The Merchants? He will kneel on their necks as De Santis has knelt on the Mouse.

            Do you know about Walt Disney? A very good Man. He warned us. We didn’t listen.

          • Disaffected April 23, 2022 at 9:21 pm #

            Jar, you know I love you. But you continue to lose me with some of your replies. Too cryptic, I think.

          • Jarek April 23, 2022 at 11:08 pm #

            Give me a child till he is seven years old,’ said St Ignatius Loyola, ‘ and I will show you the man. ‘ The founder of the Jesuit Brotherhood was way ahead of his time.

            Dis, I got to you too late. I’m sorry.

          • spaingaroo April 24, 2022 at 6:48 pm #

            this whole thread has been a very interesting read. I could point the interested to many good writings on the theme, but none better than Douglas Murray’s “The Strange Death of Europe”

        • Anthea April 25, 2022 at 9:00 am #

          @ Jarek:

          Interesting perspective. One could argue that we wouldn’t be in this fix if those of us who value white Christian culture–or the Constitution–had resorted quickly to violence against the institutions that have undermined and attacked it.

      • Alzaebo April 24, 2022 at 3:58 pm #

        Who, then will be the overlords cultivating this mixed servant?

    • thwack April 22, 2022 at 11:31 pm #

      He predicted that in a few years the European race will exist only in museums,


      I think what this guy is not considering is that the optimum percentage of white people a country needs is largely unknown?

      South Africa was doing pretty good with only about 5% white people.

      • Jarek April 23, 2022 at 12:41 am #

        And it isn’t now? If you get rid of ALL the White people things will be fine for a day or two – then comes the reckoning.

        I’m not sure what his motivation is, exactly. He was careful to focus on Blacks but not Arabs or God forbid, Iranian Muslim immigrants. Why? Racism within Islam? Big no no, but it exists.

        Anyway, what does he care if Whites go extinct? That’s more for him and his, the Shia Muslims. Unless he’s a secular philosopher. They have a few.

      • BackRowHeckler April 23, 2022 at 6:37 am #

        South Africa is in a state of total collapse. The rioting, looting and arson last summer totally wrecked the country — forever. All the public systems of a modern country built by whites prior to 1990 — roads, electrical power plants, rail, water reservoirs, cities … have deteriorated into dust due to lack of maintenance, investment and upkeep. South Africa, with its poverty, violence and decay, more and more resembles the rest of sub saharan Africa; in a few more generations evidence of any prior European presence will hardly exist.

      • elysianfield April 23, 2022 at 11:10 am #

        “He predicted that in a few years the European race will exist only in museums,”

        What an odd comment…would museums then exist? Who would maintain them?

        Perhaps it is a metaphor?

        Yeah, it be one of them medicares….

        • BackRowHeckler April 23, 2022 at 1:07 pm #

          Good point E. I was just reading an article about museums in the UK, which are threatened with cancellation lest they start adding ‘People of Colour’ to their exhibits. No POC in the Wars of the Roses? Well, make some up, pencil some in, come up with Africans, Asian and Muslims as heroes or we will shut you down.

    • workingclasshero April 23, 2022 at 2:04 am #

      Finance Capital will demand growth; therefore “WE” MUST allow mass immigration. Close southern borders and end 3rd world immigration from Hispanic, African and Muslim countries. F### Wall ST. and New Left Marxism, aka the woke.

  64. Jarek April 22, 2022 at 7:55 pm #

    If Odessa is a Russian speaking city, and the Crimea is to remain in the Russian Federation, why shouldn’t Russia take the whole South Coast to make it contiguous?

    It is right and right makes might – especially if it’s something Emperor Vlad wants to do.

    Taking Odessa would also enable him to crush the Ukrainian mafia who are headquartered there. They are the local internationalists behind Zelensky as Gonzalo Lira has made clear.

    • Disaffected April 22, 2022 at 8:27 pm #

      I think they’re planning on it. Good observations.

  65. KesaAnna April 22, 2022 at 8:11 pm #

    ” The Russian nukes in Cuba were a response to US nukes in Turkey. Khrushchev told Kennedy to move the nukes from Russia’s front porch and Kennedy said no. Khrushchev’s response was to place nukes in Cuba.

    Then the United States did remove its missiles in Turkey , which , of course , was what the Russians wanted to begin with. ”

    Fixed that for you.

    ” Khrushchev backed down. ”

    If getting what you wanted to begin with is , ” backing down ” ?


    Since I’m on the subject , a few days ago someone trotted out the old saw :

    Russia had to withdraw from Afghanistan because the rebels were shooting down Hind helicopters and Frogfoot ground attack aircraft right and left with Stinger misslies.

    Russia ‘s withdrawl from Afghanistan had nothing to do with battlefield losses in Afghanistan , or defeats of any even marginal significance in Afghanistan.

    Russian forces in Afghanistan were called , ” The Limited Contingent ” and in this case that was no euphemism , it was simply the truth.

    In the entire ten years of the Soviet – Afghan War the Soviets never put into Afghanistan even one fifth a force the size of its deployment in East Germany at the same time.

    In this case the Soviet – Afghan War DID mirror The American War in Vietnam.

    The U.S. Armed Forces never suffered any significant defeat in Vietnam ,

    and , with all due respect to grieving relatives , U.S. Armed Forces battlefield losses in Vietnam were quite minimal.

    The United States lost Vietnam — but that had scarce anything , or nothing , to do with what happened on the battlefield.

    The same was true of the Soviet – Afghan War.

    Soviet losses in Afghanistan were Flea – bites on an Elephant.

    Nothing more.

    By the way , I have noticed they have dragged this old saw out of retirement , dusted it off , and are using it again in regards to Ukraine.

    If Russian air losses are really so bad , then why does Russia , ,quite obviously , still have control of the air ?

    Air control is not losing.

    Air control is winning.

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    • Disaffected April 22, 2022 at 10:11 pm #

      The fact that NATO F-16s, FA-18s, and most especially their precious F-22s and F-35s have not gone missing tells you all you need to know about air superiority over Ukraine. Russia owns the skies – PERIOD.

    • benr April 23, 2022 at 9:19 am #

      Timing is everything.
      It’s true in war, news cycles and propaganda.
      Flea bites you say?
      Death by a thousand cuts or 10,000 fleas.
      After the US handed over stinger missiles the air superiority in Afghanistan disappeared.
      Prior to this event Russian heavy helicopters were mowing down afghani fighters and shortly after the stingers showed up Russia turned tail and ran.


      Russia would have still been in Afghanistan had those stinger missiles not made it to costly politically, lives lost and treasure shot down to be there.

    • Paula D April 23, 2022 at 2:46 pm #

      Interesting to look at the Cuban Missile Crisis, which is indeed spun in the USA as “Kennedy stood strong and Khrushchev backed down, so We Won!”
      It’s almost as if macho posturing were not new to us.
      It’s almost as if fact-free assertions and strutting around crowing about “victory” and Standing Strong were not new.
      Also, the US-backed Good Nazis in Ukraine are totally winning!

  66. The Man They Call Zazelle April 22, 2022 at 8:17 pm #

    “The state has moved into many new areas as they become significant, such as… promoting nuclear power. This expanding role of the state helps prevent the rise of any significant competing forms of social organization…

    The obvious point is that most social activists look constantly to the state for solutions to social problems. This point bears labouring, because the orientation of most social action groups tends to reinforce state power. This applies to most antiwar action too. Many of the goals and methods of peace movements have been oriented around action by the state, such as appealing to state elites and advocating neutralism and unilateralism. Indeed, peace movements spend a lot of effort debating which demand to make on the state: nuclear freeze, unilateral or multilateral disarmament, nuclear-free zones, or removal of military bases. By appealing to the state, activists indirectly strengthen the roots of many social problems, the problem of war in particular…

    Many people’s thinking is permeated by state perspectives. One manifestation of this is the unstated identification of states or governments with the people in a country which is embodied in the words ‘we’ or ‘us.’ ‘We must negotiate sound disarmament treaties.’ ‘We must renounce first use of nuclear weapons.’ Those who make such statements implicitly identify with the state or government in question. It is important to avoid this identification, and to carefully distinguish states from people…” ~ Brian Martin, ‘Uprooting War’

    • Disaffected April 22, 2022 at 9:49 pm #

      Good points all. That said, it’s states – aka representative governments – that reserve the right to “Declare War” in the first place, so it’s probably only right that people’s acquiescence or objections be permeated by state perspectives. At least at the start.

      • The Man They Call Zazelle April 24, 2022 at 5:02 am #

        Would you like to flesh that out a bit more?

        • Disaffected April 24, 2022 at 9:27 am #

          I’m just saying it’s a paradigm thing. People see problems caused by the state and naturally assume that it’s a problem to be solved by the state. Much the same as the eternal D vs. R shell game. The knee jerk reaction – and the one officially promoted of course – is to think, well hell, the D’s fucked shit up again, better switch back the R’s, I guess. The better solution would look something more like people not only refusing to vote, but somehow refusing to let the vote to even take place absent some significant changes. Refuse to pay taxes, refuse to join or support the military, etc. After 2020 especially, surely we need ideas that radical and a mass movement of people to enact them.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle April 24, 2022 at 12:26 pm #

            Thanks, fair enough and agreed!

    • Anthea April 23, 2022 at 12:23 am #

      @ The Man They Call Zazelle:

      Nock makes the point that “the State” originated in conquest and confiscation, and that its purpose is the continual exploitation of whatever people it has conquered and battened on.

      The State in its very nature is not “us” or “we the people,” but rather our conquerors. This should be obvious, in that virtually all state actions vis-a-vis its people employ force or the threat of force.

      Nock made a careful distinction between “government” and “the State.” According to his definition, “government” is a social organization whereby the people are governed by their own social and cultural values–social power.

      Nock also made the point that every increase in State power results in a diminution of social power–which was one of the points you made.

      It is absolutely in the interests of the State to eliminate social power altogether, since it is a competing source of power. Hence the drive to destroy all social institutions: marriage, family, parenthood, community, and religion.

      The near-total destruction of the social organization and social power is a feature of State systems in decline/collapse. The people become morally degraded and just all-around bad pieces of work. The reason for this is because a State system in decline/collapse has expanded State power to the point where social power has been completely or almost completely subsumed. And it is of course the enormous expansion of State power that causes the State to end in collapse.

      • KesaAnna April 23, 2022 at 1:06 am #

        I don’t know this Nock guy ,

        but it sounds like he is plagiarizing my shit !

        ( I’m joking )

        It’s been quite a while since I last said it on CFN ,

        but I’ll say it here again ;

        The preponderance of the evidence indicates that for the lions share of human history ,

        including recorded history , including the advent of civilization ,

        the primary or real government has been the family and religion.

        The idea that the state is the axis around which life revolves is a peculiar aberration of the era of cheap coal and cheap petroleum.

        But then , even if we acquire free energy and perpetual motion machines —

        ” And it is of course the enormous expansion of State power that causes the State to end in collapse. ”

        There is still that very thorny problem ,

        which , so far at least , proved insoluble no less in a world made by hand.

        • KesaAnna April 23, 2022 at 1:08 am #

          As Lao Tzu pointed out 5,000 years ago , it is repeatedly observed that the MORE you tighten your grip , the LESS control you have.

          • Jarek April 23, 2022 at 11:41 am #

            Governing a country is like cooking a small fish. Be careful. Err on the side of less.

            Lao Tzu

            Jarek: This is macrocosmic statement. Big picture. Obviously you can tighten your control over someone’s throat until they are dead. Likewise the State can kill the nation, turning it into a cultureless country (like the Former United States) and then into nothing at all. Can one control the dead, is the next question.

        • GreenAlba April 23, 2022 at 10:19 am #

          “” And it is of course the enormous expansion of State power that causes the State to end in collapse. ”

          For some reason that made me think of a supernova!

        • Jarek April 23, 2022 at 12:07 pm #

          He’s knocking on heaven’s door. But did he realize that the Corporations had to be kept small too? Or else they would become the de facto State? Bet he didn’t.

          Anthea would have us go back to exactly the thing that got us here: the “free” market. And the only reason it worked so well was because of Christian virtue and the small town Christian ethos that kept a close watch on people. That and the richness of the empty Land we conquered from the Indians. Neither of those it true anymore.

          You can’t just change one thing and get back. Because the longer for “Back” was itself the result of many causes and conditions.

          The free market isn’t free. Just as a plant needs more than good soil, more than sun, and more than water. It needs all of them, in the right proportions.

          • GreenAlba April 23, 2022 at 12:30 pm #

            If you try to remove or minimise ‘free’ markets (I agree they’re generally not ‘free’), you will get black markets. Always have, always will.

          • Jarek April 23, 2022 at 12:57 pm #

            Yes, thus National Socialism does not crush the market, but guides it. But what must be prohibited (be it a bad “good” or usury) will be prohibited.

            There’s an art to all this. During very hard times (such as war), expect a black market to rise up. Look the other way officially while keeping an eye on it. Capitalists have tremendous energy, not only at the highest levels but also a the humble level of the “flea market” (interesting word, eh?). Use that or in this case, allow it for the good of all. It’s human, it’s natural! But that’s not to say it’s always good. It bears watching….

          • JohnAZ April 23, 2022 at 1:08 pm #

            The main problem with any socialism is that the controlling entity, the government is inherently greedy and evil.

            Some people say the ideal government is a benevolent dictatorship.

            Trying to find one is the impossible task.

            Any system focusing economic power into fewer hands is bad news. Entropy. The more diffuse a system is, the better able to endure shocks. Right out of TLE.

          • Jarek April 23, 2022 at 1:26 pm #

            Yet the ethos of Capitalism is focused on the individual making as much money as possible. Later in its more sophisticated form, they ally and form Corporations and practice group warfare against other Corporations. Now they have allied into the Funds, and are practicing war against whole nations and race and our very Civilization.

            No, John. Stability must be enforced from the top. China will win because they are National Socialist now. It’s obviously not Communist anymore, right? You get that, right? But it’s not our system either. It’s something different. It’s National Socialism.

            Our National Socialism would be less like an Insect Colony. Why? Because we are more individuated than the East Asians.

            That being said, they already let the Capitalists wreak havoc by creating the “ghost cities”. Utterly ridiculous. You have to be ready to come down on the greed heads at any time.

        • Anthea April 23, 2022 at 3:36 pm #

          Meh. The State is ancient–goes back 5,000-6,000 years.

          Your can read Albert Jay Nock’s writings online, including his books, which are free downloads. “Our Enemy, the State” is a good place to start. (It’s fairly short, too.)

          One of the chief pleasures of ready Nock is that the guy is a top-notch writer and just a delight to read.

          • GreenAlba April 23, 2022 at 5:40 pm #

            Thanks for that, Anthea – just found it.

        • elysianfield April 24, 2022 at 12:48 pm #

          “the primary or real government has been the family and religion.”

          Family and religion…in effect, a culture. The best government would recognize a dominant culture and deftly handle their governance to reflect that culture.

          Worst government, however, will try to ham-handedly change the existing culture…you know, like Commies, Nazi’s, the Democrats, the Greens, etc.

        • Mac April 24, 2022 at 1:11 pm #

          Albert J Nock
          “Our Enemy the State”
          One of the remnant, like our host

      • The Man They Call Zazelle April 23, 2022 at 7:53 am #

        Good comment and I’m inclined to agree…

        Indeed, if many people (depending, naturally, on their place and time) actually take the time to think critically and deeply about their sociopolitical realities, it would seem that they inevitably arrive at similar conclusions.

        “The most dangerous man, to any government, is the man who is able to think things out for himself… Almost inevitably he comes to the conclusion that the government he lives under is dishonest, insane and intolerable…” ~ H.L. Mencken

  67. The Man They Call Zazelle April 22, 2022 at 8:29 pm #

    “Lastly, Gandhi developed the concept of nonviolent revolution, to be seen not as a programme for the seizure of power, but as a programme for transforming relationships. The concept sits neatly with the observation of the German anarchist, Gustav Landauer (1870-1919): ‘The state is a condition, a certain relationship between beings, a mode of behaviour; we destroy it by contracting other relationships, by behaving differently.’

    In its first decade several themes, theories, actions, all distinctly libertarian, began to come to the fore and were given intellectual expression by the American anarcho-pacifist, Paul Goodman (1911-72) (36): anti-militarism, the rediscovery of community, community action, radical decentralism, participatory democracy, the organisation of the poor and oppressed inter-racially, and the building of counter-culture and counter-institutions (such as new co-ops, collectives and communes).

    The collapse of the New Left coincided with the exhaustion of the less well-publicised Sarvodaya (welfare of all) movement for nonviolent revolution in India, led by Vinoba Bhave and Jayaprakash Narayan (1902-1979), which had sought through voluntary villagisation of land to realise Gandhi’s dream of an India of village republics. The implication of Sarvodaya for the subject of this book is brought out by the statement of Jayaprakash Narayan: ‘In a Sarvodaya world society the present nation states have no place.’ ” ~ Geoffrey Ostergaard, ‘Resisting The Nation State’

    • Disaffected April 22, 2022 at 10:00 pm #

      The obvious counter-argument being that, is replacing the nation-state with a supra-nationalist global-state an improvement in any sense whatsoever? Indeed, wouldn’t that just be an exponential amplification of all the problems we already have, given the rather obvious exponential mathematical problems already posed by the runaway exponential growth economic and population paradigm?

      Doubling down on past and current failures would seem to be just a better paved road to perdition, although that seems to be our intention from the start.

      • The Man They Call Zazelle April 23, 2022 at 7:59 am #

        I’m unsure that a ‘supranationalist global state’ is what they had in mind (What gives you that idea?) and suspect it’s more along the lines of this, or at least its spirit:

        “To empower the powerless and create ‘a million villages’ to replace nation-states is the only safe future for the preservation of the biosphere. Let interdependence and personal responsibility be our aims.” ~ Bill Mollison, ‘Permaculture: A Designer’s Manual, second ed.’

        In any case, it really seems to boil down to a sense of ethics and its practice. If we look at the system today, it’s about the opposite of ethics on a myriad of levels.

        • Disaffected April 23, 2022 at 9:56 am #

          Didn’t mean to imply that’s what you had in mind, but I can’t help but thinking that’s what would be implemented anyway. We’ve been conditioned very effectively to love hierarchies, and of course hierarchies have grown to love that arrangement as well. Who wouldn’t?

          • The Man They Call Zazelle April 23, 2022 at 10:33 am #

            Fortunately, we are part of nature and therefore can evolve. Not everyone mind you, but maybe some pockets of people in some isolated regions. Maybe sometime in the future as things shake out.

          • Disaffected April 23, 2022 at 10:45 am #

            We can only hope.

        • Jarek April 23, 2022 at 11:45 am #

          Then one village would conquer another and another, the Conqueror becoming a King and a God.

          Or one village would become a town, a city, a City State! Then the same against other who have done the same.

          But yes, at least the Earth would Abide and the people, live.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle April 24, 2022 at 5:12 am #

            We get the paradoxes and arms race angles, Jarek.

        • Anthea April 23, 2022 at 7:38 pm #

          @ Zazelle:

          These ideas are excellent. I think what we often overlook when we recoil from State systems in disgust and horror is that it is not enough to simply be opposed to it. We must create alternative systems.

          The main problem you run into with the creation of alternative systems is that the State is vehemently opposed to them and that much of the State’s organization is always aimed at making rival organizations either economically impossible or explicitly illegal.

          The chief way to make rival systems uneconomical is to make land ownership difficult or impossible for the average person. An independent economic basis for a community pretty much requires land. (Henry George had much to say about this.)

          The Amish/Mennonites have been extraordinarily successful at creating the alternative economy that is the needed underpinning for alternative cultures and communities. On the other hand, it is a common observation of those who have a lot of interaction and dealings with the Amish, that they are much more dependent on the “English” world that most of us think.

          Another difficulty for those of us who would like to create communities that would be equally resilient is that many of the cultural requirements stick in our craws. In my case, I do moderately creative work that is highly ornamental and colorful–which doesn’t fit well with being “plain” and wouldn’t be allowed. I might be frustrated in such a setting–or I might simply have found another creative outlet.

          For example, has anyone here ever considered that their interactions with others can and should be spiritual medicinal projects of a sort–or maybe just working to heal past wrongs we’ve done. This is creative work, though it’s too bad that the palette is invisible and the canvas won’t hold still.

          In any case, I suspect that creating an economically independent (more or less) community/culture really requires some very difficult restraints–and that attempting to dispense with any of them would be done at our peril.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle April 24, 2022 at 5:47 am #

            Soap-making is on my to-do list, but I lean toward more plain unscented clear glycerine and/or hypoallergenic types. But your stuff looks great and I wonder how you do the leaf-wrapped motifs and so on. Can soap be molded that ornately? How do you get it out of the molds? Does it get stuck sometimes?

            Anyway, the State seems like a bit of a monoculture, if with different flavours, that consumes out-of-scale energies and materials for little or diminishing relative gain or benefit and sprays chemicals on everything and is increasingly contending with ‘superbugs’, ‘superweeds’ and serious energy and material, etc., loses.

            It’s unsustainable.

            Now would seem a good time for many, if not all people to ‘seize the day’ and maybe go peer-to-peer/’FLOSS-inspired’ (Free, Libre, Open Source Software) and leave those who want unsolicited coercive, unethical, war-mongering quasi-or-pseudo-leaders/hierarchies and whatnot to their own devices/evolutions/adaptations.

            Maybe weaken the systems by simply leaving them and creating superior ones…

            Like a better soap to, say, Pears that, since being taken over apparently by Unilever has seen its quality plummet.

            “Bill Mollison: You see, the worst thing about permaculture is that it’s extremely successful, but it has no center, and no hierarchy.

            Alan Atkisson: So that’s worst from whose perspective?

            Bill: Anybody that wants to extinguish it. It’s something with a million heads. It’s a way of thinking which is already loose, and you can’t put a way of thinking back in the box.

            Alan: Is it an anarchist movement?

            Bill: …You won’t get cooperation out of a hierarchical system. You get enforced directions from the top, and nothing I know of can run like that. I think the world would function extremely well with millions of little cooperative groups, all in relation to each other.”

          • Anthea April 25, 2022 at 1:02 am #

            @ Zazelle:

            Soapmaking is fascinating and kind of “sciency.” You can find basic recipes on Soap Queen, which I think is run by Brambleberry, a good company for buying soapmaking supplies from.

            To create your own recipe, have a look at soapcalc.net, under their Recipes tab. It will tell you the properties that each oil give to soap. After you input the oils you want to use, it will kick out a recipe telling you how much lye you need.

            Also, regardless of how you feel about Facebook, joining the Facebook soapmaking groups are the best way to learn about soapmaking. There are hundreds of them.

            The leaf soaps are made with silicone molds, the best kind for getting highly detailed impressions. The trick to getting soaps out of the molds is to put them in the freezer (after they’ve been in the molds for about 12 hours). For highly ornate molds, it’s best to freeze overnight. Once you establish a routine that works, and stick to it, you won’t have any trouble getting the soap out of the molds.

            What’s really fun is working with the colors to create swirl patterns. (I do in-the-pot swirls, the easiest kind. There are lots of tutorials and videos showing how to do this swirl.) Most people use mica colors, and probably the best place to buy these is from Mad Micas.

          • Anthea April 25, 2022 at 1:36 am #

            @ Zazelle:

            Soap shampoos are fun and really fascinating. Liz Ardlady’s shampoo bar recipe is generally considered the best out there. Here’s her recipe: http://lizardladysoapinfo.blogspot.com/2014/06/so-you-want-to-make-bar-of-shampoo.html

            If you look at the sidebar on Liz’s page, there is a link to her conditioner recipe, which is super easy. Plus you can add stuff to it, such as Panthenol, which is great stuff.

            Some people can’t use soap shampoos, but if they work your you, they are miraculous–makes your hair feel like it did when you were ten years old. They are excellent for people with scalp conditions. I sold a bar to a very elderly white-haired lady who asked if I had anything that would help her dry, scaly scalp, which was also troubled with sores. She came back two weeks later to tell me her scalp problems were cured. (Commercial shampoos are harsh detergents that dry you scalp and give you eczema and all kinds of other problems.)

            I make a liquid shampoo using Liz’s recipe, by using KOH instead of NaOH. https://feltmagnet.com/crafts/How-To-Make-Homemade-Liquid-Shampoo-Using-Liz-Ardladys-Famous-Shampoo-Bar-Recipe

            I also make a facial soap using Liz’s recipe, using KOH, but leaving it undiluted to make a Beldi-type soft-gel soap (in a jar). I think the Beldi-type soaps are the very best for skin. They will usually clear up acne. This is my recipe. You can see that I went all-out on the fine cosmetic oils and the essential oils that benefit skin, like frankincense and carrot seed. https://bellatory.com/hygiene-grooming/HOW-TO-MAKE-THE-ULTIMATE-FACIAL-SOAP

            A lot of people add herbal extracts to their Beldi soaps, so there is much fun to be had in trying different herbs and resins. I had a fad for awhile of adding gromwell, honeysuckle flowers, and other stuff I’ve forgotten.

            Sorry to get carried away, but this stuff is endlessly fascinating.

          • Morsel April 25, 2022 at 3:56 am #

            Great information, Anthea, thanks!

          • Morsel April 25, 2022 at 3:57 am #

            Oh ya, I changed my nickname.

  68. 100th Avatar April 22, 2022 at 11:09 pm #

    The host has pointed this out before.
    Daddy hate.
    He summed it up again, very well

    Serendipitously, today of all days, so did Alec Baldwin’s daughter

    Vis a vis Jonny Depp trial.

    She’s not down with the man hate.’

    Good on her. She had her trials with her daddy
    Fo sho

    • Paula D April 23, 2022 at 2:52 pm #

      I’m not following the Depp trial so I don’t know why Alec Baldwin’s daughter would be involved. Can you explain?

      • MaryQueen April 23, 2022 at 3:18 pm #

        Sounds to me as if he’s saying Alec Baldwin’s daughter opined on the Depp trial and says she’s not down with the man hate, meaning, she’s probably on Depp’s side.

        • 100th Avatar April 24, 2022 at 8:22 pm #

          “The thing is, I know women who are exactly like this. They are manipulative and cold and they use their very womanhood to play victim and turn the world against the man because we live in a society where it’s cool to say men are all the worst and blah blah f**kity blah.

          ‘Men can experience abuse too and this absolute disaster of a human being is a terrible person and I hope Johnny gets his reputation and his life back. And I hope he’s in like five Pirates movies.”

          But nobody deserves more of those awful movies.
          Lost me after that

  69. tom clark April 22, 2022 at 11:34 pm #

    An open mind is a terrible thing to waste.

    • Kim April 23, 2022 at 3:10 am #

      open mind, open wound, open marriage, open borders, open sewer

      • Jarek April 23, 2022 at 11:53 am #

        Just so, the Barque of Peter. Paul Vl talked about how all so very charming the Old Church was but “we must be getting on”. We must open to the world. The Sea is good in other words. The purpose of the Church is not to ferry people across the Ocean of Worldly Sorrows, but to what, exactly? Don’t know. The Sea is good! Drill holes in the hull and let it in.

      • JTinMD April 23, 2022 at 2:38 pm #

        The door is ajar.

        • Disaffected April 23, 2022 at 11:07 pm #

          And the Jar is a door? Someone help me. I’m confused now. Who am I again?

          • Jarek April 23, 2022 at 11:11 pm #

            Gnothi Seauton. Know thyself.

            Written on the entrance to the Temple at Delphi.

  70. tucsonspur April 23, 2022 at 5:59 am #

    Sweden’s Paludan has a hard row to hoe. To add insult to injury, the ‘Vikings’ are against what will help save Sweden. See the vapid, virtual ‘Viking’ in the video near the bottom.

    ‘Vikings vs. neo-Nazis’


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    • BackRowHeckler April 23, 2022 at 7:11 am #

      And Sweden is the utopia that all Big Lefties point to as the country we should emulate lol.

      Sweden bills itself as the world’s ‘First Feminist Nation’, with a ‘Feminist Foreign Policy’. Tens of thousands of Muzzies inside Sweden are testing the efficacy of the Feminist Nation, and nearby Russia will be testing the Feminist Foreign Police soon enough.

      • mitchellc April 23, 2022 at 10:21 am #

        Dang, that anarchy discussion was some awesome sauce – just what this site needs.

        What I like about the old school social analyses was the assumption that pointing out the obvious was the prize.

        Perhaps no one considered that the power dynamic is as fundamental to nature as earth, wind and fire.

        Remove the lion and a new predator will arise; kill all the Jews, and a new clan of educated scribes will emerge.

        The antidote to corporatism is not communism. Both result in the merging of state interests where Rockefeller is no different than Lenin.

        So, what is the answer? Surprise, there is no “solution” because the other forces of nature are birth and death.

        Now, is this fatalism or realism? Do you plop down in a huff because you realize you won’t live forever? Or do you become realistic and focus on maximizing what you happen to enjoy?

        That’s my theme here: be smart, figure out the game determine the odds, and play. Don’t complain, don’t engage in fruitless debates over invented concepts like right and wrong.

        The facts are were just some intelligent apes that exploited 200m years of stored solar energy that in turn enabled us to engage in the fantasy of being somehow unique.

        But just 3 days without a bath or meal reduces men to his native state, so don’t be fooled by appearances. Understand what motivates leadership to fight for the last remaining privileges in rapidly approaching scarcity.

        • Disaffected April 23, 2022 at 10:57 am #

          Agee for the most part. However, I’d caution that there’s a fine line between fatalism and realism, with the general tendency being to blur that line until one no longer knows that it even exists. And I think the idea of “fruitless debates” lies in the mind of the beholder. People have all kinds of reasons for engaging in such, so I don’t think it’s useful to just dismiss them out of hand. People are feeling their way from one long established societal paradigm to an as yet un- or ill-defined other, and a certain amount of coping through “fruitless debates” will be part of that process. Not sure any amount of realism will prepare most for their first shot of three days without a meal and a shower with the additional realization that that will be the “new normal.” That’s gonna be too much for most.

          • Disaffected April 23, 2022 at 11:33 am #

            Criminy! Typo’d the VERY FIRST word! [Head slap!]

          • Anthea April 23, 2022 at 8:15 pm #

            That’s the challenge, then: to retain our humanity in difficult conditions. It is good to remember that the humane life of cooperation and care for others is perhaps our chief evolutionary advantage. Morality and ethics are the basis for economic success.

            It’s also good to remember that extraordinary cultures originally arose from a bunch of savages huddling around open fires wearing animal skins. Latent within them was the Hagia Sophia and St. Peter’s, the prose of Shakespeare, the music and art of…well, our musicians and artists. And science and mathematics, besides.

          • The Man They Call Zazelle April 24, 2022 at 5:50 am #

            “Criminy! Typo’d the VERY FIRST word! [Head slap!]” ~ Disaffected

            Jesus Mocha!

        • Jarek April 23, 2022 at 11:48 am #

          In other words, don’t resist the Internationalists, Jewish or otherwise. Just submit to the Kalergi Plan of White Genocide.

          This is the “wisdom” you offer.

        • GreenAlba April 23, 2022 at 12:13 pm #

          I tend to think Mr Mitchell doesn’t want people to talk about right and wrong because he very much doesn’t want right and wrong to be a thing. Out of sight, out of mind. Which is actually quite childish. As is, possibly, the constant petulant demand to only talk about what Mr Mitchell wants talked about. And that’s before the worst of the new normal is even here.

          I dare say if someone who didn’t believe in right and wrong poked out Mr Mitchell’s eyes and left him alive but pretty useless and dependent, he’d revised his views PDQ. Or maybe he’d just smile and say ‘fair cop guv – ya win some, ya lose some …’. But I’m not over-concerned about Mr Mitchell. A world of Mr Mitchells is not one that appeals to me very much, so I’m happy enough to cede my place to someone more desperate to hang around just for the sake of hanging around.

          • mitchellc April 23, 2022 at 2:47 pm #

            I keep telling you guys that resistance is possible; it’s just that the costs are too high right now for most.

            Leaders know the 3 day no food/shower rule. I mean, what do you think they studied at Harvard?

            How to design an airplane or some other useful skill? Hah – they’re taught the principles of rule.

            So yeah, any elite knows the clock is ticking. The trick is maximize playing time.

            So when the crunch comes, it won’t be resolved from voting harder

          • MaryQueen April 23, 2022 at 3:16 pm #

            Excellent break down and apt statement.

            I’ve taken to scrolling past his comments for the most part.

            How many different ways can he say “resistance is futile, get used to it”?

          • GreenAlba April 23, 2022 at 3:28 pm #

            I’m not denying your options or what they mean to you.

            It’s just that, as regards ‘the trick’, for me the game’s not worth the candle. Mr Kunstler’s WMBH would be worth surviving for (I won’t survive anyway, but it’s not about me), but the world you’re willing to accept – transhuman drones and top-dog psychos – isn’t a world I’d remotely try to accede to. No humanity – no interest. But that’s just me, although I suspect I’m not entirely alone.

          • Night Owl April 24, 2022 at 4:22 pm #

            If resistance were futile, the propaganda and endless other psychological and physical assaults on the populations involved would not be necessary.

    • Jarek April 23, 2022 at 12:48 pm #


      After a lifetime of practicing Odinism, Priest Stephen McNallen “came out” as a White Nationalist. Why? Because there is no more “de facto” any more. We are second class citizens in our own nations. Whatever else it is, a religion must serve. And this one is ours and ours alone.

      More, Odinism or “Asatru” had become infested with people like the ones in the video you posted, who acted like they were the real thing, and that the “racists” were the perverters. American Odinism split down the middle decades ago. There can be no parley between the two parties. They have an utterly different vision, wanting to make a Tribal God into a Universal One for everyone – as if we don’t already have that in spades.

      Same thing has happened in American Indian circles. Whites are welcome at Pow Wows as public events. But if they show a deeper interest, they will at some point be gently (or otherwise) shown the door. There’s no need for rudeness – except with these types.

      • Blackbird April 23, 2022 at 9:12 pm #

        Attempting to embrace a religion of a different time, is, in my opinion, as empty a pose as attempting to embrace the religion of a different people.

        We can’t go back one thousand years and pick up where we left off. Put a thousand-years-ago mind in your head and you’ll think you went crazy – ’cause you did.

        I doubt Odin is taking anyone’s calls these days. Probably blowing his wad at the craps table in Valhalla with a valkyrie on each arm. Wakes up each morning with a pocket freshly refilled with cash and two new valkyries.

        • Jarek April 23, 2022 at 11:34 pm #

          It’s encoded in our genes. And remember what Celsus of the Gods: These are things that never were but always are.

          A thousand years? It is as a day.

          But yes, breaking the chain of initiation is no small matter. But then again, so is the Death of our people. Surely aid will be given if we but ask…..

  71. Disaffected April 23, 2022 at 11:38 am #

    Russian MOD (Ministry of Defense) expecting US NBC (Nuclear, Biological, Chemical) false flag event in Ukraine. All well supported and documented.


    • hustled enough April 23, 2022 at 11:48 am #

      Hi Disaffected,
      “All well-supported and documented”?
      Not one shred of evidence to back this and plenty of BS spread.
      Just ONE Example: “CIA Director Burns’ statement about Russia’s possible use of tactical nuclear weapons is absurd.”

      Just as a reminder: Putin has made quite clear that he is willing to use nuclear weapons if he feels that Russia is threatened by the West in his current endeavour–making noises about the West being too supportive of Ukraine as a trigger for such use.
      So, that statement from the website “briefing”, given above is when put in its historical context of statements made by Putin, is A grade our BS.

      • MaryQueen April 23, 2022 at 3:13 pm #

        US: We’re going to take over Ukraine and it’s going to join NATO. Then we will point our weapons at Russia.

        Russia: If you take over Ukraine, we will be forced to resort to nuclear weapons to protect our country.


        • hustled enough April 24, 2022 at 6:26 pm #

          Hi MaryQueen,
          I would only point out the INCOHERENCE of claiming that the US will want Ukraine to join NATO when it is Russia who is trying to absorb Ukraine, providing the PROOF for why Ukraine would want to join NATO…

          • MaryQueen April 24, 2022 at 8:15 pm #

            Wrong. Try again. NATO + US are controlling Zelensky & Ukraine, since 2014 (at least).

      • Disaffected April 23, 2022 at 6:53 pm #

        Sigh! You just can’t win with US idealogues.

        • Anthea April 23, 2022 at 8:22 pm #

          I have a hard time believing these are real people–as opposed to paid shills or bots or something. They are way over into “nobody’s that stupid” territory.

          • Disaffected April 23, 2022 at 9:12 pm #

            It’s very tiring. I’m beginning to think mitchelc is right. The disinformation campaigns are so thick on almost any issue that’s newsworthy right now that it might just be a fool’s errand to have any opinion about any of it at all. He calls that realism, but I still maintain that it’s at the very least a large part fatalism as well, which is actually just defeatism. But I dunno…

            But as to this one example: BOTH sides are gonna claim false flag on the part of the other if an NBC event takes place in Ukraine, and accordingly, BOTH sides are going to use it as an excuse to escalate further. Who can possibly know who’s telling the truth in that case, or indeed, that they aren’t BOTH lying and using it all as a joint excuse to “escalate and eliminate,” which might have been the plan all along?

            I certainly can’t eliminate that possibility, and although I don’t want to think it’s true, none of that’s going to matter in the least if that’s what’s actually going on. Bottom line is that all of this global conflict bullshit we’re seeing unfold right now could just as easily be another ConVid19 ploy to distract us all from the fact that drastic population reductions by the globalists using various means might just be what’s really going on here. All of which makes my head hurt to think about, as it should, so I think I’ll need another beer or two about now to let that sink in.

            And to add: if any or all of that is true, then we are all TRULY FUCKED! And that’s nothing to dismiss lightly. Now there’s some realism for ya!

          • hustled enough April 24, 2022 at 6:30 pm #

            Hi Anthea,
            Notice how you also cannot actually refute a simple example of the BS that these propagandists sites offer. If you can’t answer what I offer you, that says more about your credulity than whether I am a “robot” or not…

          • hustled enough April 24, 2022 at 6:41 pm #

            And Disaffected–
            We have history–we have books written from reputable academic presses that offer you a basis for grounding your thinking in history. This is not something that people here, including JHK Admin want to do much of, because historical analysis works steadily against the Putin Russian narrative that propagandist sites currently offer.

            The problem with a lot that is written is that it is not grounded in history; this is not accidental–Putin’s Russia is not interested in history–Putin has made it clear in the philosophers that he cites with approval that history is a mugs game–Russia is eternal–living in the now with a history that can be fitted to fulfil whatever needs Putin’s state requires of it. History is just something the can be moulded to suit Putin’s purposes–so, Kyiv becomes the cradle of Russia a thousand years ago, centuries before the Duchy of Muscovy makes a deal to support Khmelnyts’kyi’s recruiting of the Tartars against the Poles and what Muscovy saw as a permanent subjugation of the area to the tsar. Under the analysis offered by JHK Admin, Ukraine is part of Russia–but you might as well say it is part of the greater Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. The difference today is is that the Poles and Lithuanians don’t say that Ukraine belongs to them! But then again, both the Poles and the Lithuanians KNOW what to expect from the Russians. As do the Ukrainians.

          • Paula D April 24, 2022 at 7:44 pm #

            The reason that I will go with the US if a chemical weapon is used in Ukraine is that Russia was certified by the OPCW to be chemical weapon-free in 2017, unlike the USA.
            That is history that Dumbass Hustled doesn’t know and doesn’t want to know.
            Ironic, amirite?

        • hustled enough April 24, 2022 at 6:28 pm #

          Sigh, Disaffected. I noticed that you can’t actually disagree or engage with with the example I offered above.
          This is what Russian apologise and propagandists have to offer–assertions and distorted half-truths that do not stand any scrutiny.

          • MaryQueen April 24, 2022 at 8:16 pm #

            You must have your head up CNN’s ass.

          • Anthea April 25, 2022 at 9:43 am #

            @ hustled enough:

            Meh. The history of Russia may or may not have some relevance to the Ukraine war. What definitely does have relevance is practical, objective reality.

            For Russia the issues involved are starkly existential. To allow its avowed enemies to place military installations directly on its borders, or to allow them to deprive Russia of its deep-water ports ensures invasion and conquest by these hostile forces.

            No nation can allow this. It would amount to nothing less than an engraved invitation to its enemies to come on in and conquer the nation.

            To argue that Russia should not take whatever measures are necessary to ensure its continued existence is pretty much the same thing as arguing that Russia has no right to exist.

            If I had a Mexican drug cartel at the edge of my town, and they amassing arms and ammunition with the intent to attack, and they were also attempting to close off the roads, and they had been shelling the homes of my near neighbors for eight years, it would be a reasonable response if the residents of my town decided to clean them out.

  72. Jarek April 23, 2022 at 12:00 pm #

    If you believe something deeply, you also want to enact it, or act it out – almost like a sacrament. Thus say you believe that race is only skin deep. And thus there really is only one race, the Human Race. You want to show that belief to a world that doesn’t believe it, or at least doesn’t act on it stuck in conventional belief systems or ways of life. Thus you are driven to inter-racial sex, marriage, having inter-racial children or adoption them as a sacred act. This is a big part of the religion of late Liberalism, or the Religion of Wokeness. Putting minorities ahead of Whites isn’t enough – you must make it even more personal.

    Sorry not sorry for the many thuses. I use it to indicate the logical flow. I guess I could use therefore too.

    • GreenAlba April 23, 2022 at 12:19 pm #

      You could stick ‘ergo‘ in a few times and make it your new ‘anent’. 🙂

      • Jarek April 23, 2022 at 12:50 pm #

        Nice. Didn’t think of that one. Sometimes using the same word over and over creates a driving force that helps to express the logical inevitability. But of course I like to mix it up and not always be that heavy.

        • Anthea April 23, 2022 at 8:24 pm #

          The only other time I have run across the word “anent” was in the writings of Alice Bailey.

          • Jarek April 23, 2022 at 11:15 pm #

            Where do you think I got it?

            Make any progress with them? They get a bit too thick for me. Lucis publishing – Lucifer. Her husband was a Mason. I really don’t know about all that stuff. The guys I’m into (the Neo-Traditionalists) call it Counter-Esotericism. Fake at best, or from below.

            Some very nice folks of course. I didn’t see any signs of Black magic.

          • Anthea April 25, 2022 at 2:21 am #

            @ Jarek:

            I read some of Alice Bailey’s books back in the 70s and don’t remember much about them. As best I can recall, they were mostly bullshit. I can’t see much use in them. I think they are in some way promotions of the NWO. Lucis Press is mixed up with the UN in some way too.

            I actually worked for Lucis Press very briefly in the 70s. I did not dislike anyone there in particular, other than my immediate supervisor–who also didn’t like me. He was stone deaf and worked there for free, which I think was the only reason they kept him on.

            The entire staff began the day with a group meditation, which I was never invited to join–though one guy who was hired after me was invited to join almost immediately. I think the decision was made very early on that I was not going to fit in around there, though I don’t know why. I like to think I was not satanic enough to suit them.

            According to Alice Bailey’s autobiography, her husband was a minister who was abusive and left her with a young (and sick) child to raise alone–and a bunch of debts. She worked at some kind of low-paying factory job as a young single mother (I can’t remember doing what).

  73. JohnAZ April 23, 2022 at 1:02 pm #

    You Tube

    Been watching a new channel

    KWAK Brothers

    Good explanations on what the WEF is doing to the US and the world and what their ulterior motive is.

    The Great Reset and what it entails.

    Karl Schwab and what he means with:

    You will own nothing and be happy!

    The mortgage con game going on now to have the WEF basically own controlling interest in the real estate of the world.

    • GreenAlba April 23, 2022 at 3:08 pm #

      I came across them too, JohnAZ, a month or so ago. Not sure what led me there – maybe a link on here?

      I agree, they’re very competent! I’ve said before that I expect my mortgaged daughter and my mortgaged nieces and nephews to have to hand over their property in due course, in exchange for cancelling their mortgage debt, when ‘they’ collapse the economy.

      I’ve also said I don’t think fully paid-up home owners will be safe either. You only have to present someone with a tax bill of whatever sort that they can’t pay (because you’ve cancelled their money) and their assets can be demanded in lieu I’m sure they’ve got it all covered. I expect eventually there will be a drone to send round instead of the bailiff.

      ‘They’ will make the laws – ‘they’ will be the law.

      Sorry, that sounds very gloomy!

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  74. Jarek April 23, 2022 at 1:19 pm #


    Black Granny was outraged at the thought that her four year old grandchild MIGHT have taken a sip. Why? Anyway, she had to be punished. You like it? You drink the whole thing. The mother just watched!

    White kids do stupid things like this. As Robert Bly said, it’s a very bad idea to have kids trying to initiate themselves into Manhood. In the old British Isles, a young boy would be invited into the pub to drink half a mug and then sent out. When he’s older, a full one. Like that.

    Not even an issue in Southern Europe: the kids grow up with wine at dinner. But of course, the boys still have to be initiated into manhood another way – and it’s not happening. Girls into womanhood, not happening. So they do it themselves, in all kinds of stupid ways.

    Gang beatdowns are a classic initiation and bonding ritual. Of a new member or the group beating an innocent. Hardcore Black gangs are rumored to insist on the pledge killing a White person.

    Anyway, one expects more from parents, especially grandmothers…..

    • malthuss April 23, 2022 at 7:37 pm #

      we saw the mugshots at unz.

  75. Jarek April 23, 2022 at 1:47 pm #

    Anglin on the Weapons

    There’s no real reason to send them to the doomed frontlines of the Donbass, because those troops are all either going to surrender or die. It would make more sense for the government of the Ukraine – to sell those weapons on the black market.

    They could also give them to the fleeing Azov troops, who are headed into Poland and probably Western Europe, to create a “white supremacist terrorist movement.” Most of Azov has left Mariupol, fleeing through civilian aid corridors when the situation was clearly hopeless. Large numbers of them were outside of Mariupol anyway. The fact that they are going to end up as WHITE TERRORISM in Europe is just so obvious it makes you sick.

    That is of course exactly what happened with ISIS – Western intelligence went in and trained all of these terrorist forces, then they started blowing up things in the West. Some people claim that was accidental “blowback,” others claim it was on purpose, but it doesn’t really matter. Even if it was just a stupid accident, ongoing terrorism in Europe serves the purposes of the security state and the anti-freedom agenda, as well as just creating a general “state of fear” among the people, which serves social engineering goals.

    Are people other than yours truly saying this thing – that after the Ukraine is defeated, there is going to be a neo-Nazi terror army operating in Europe? Well, I’ve heard the total bros at The Grayzone say it (site, YouTube).

    Thankfully on Friday, Tucker Carlson had on Colonel Douglas MacGregor to say something similar – we do not know where these weapons are going, and there is a very good chance that these weapons will end up in the “wrong hands.” The Tucker segment (at the top of the page!) was good all around, with MacGregor also hitting on the point that the cynical Western establishment is “fighting to the last Ukrainian” in a war against Russia that doesn’t even have anything to do with the Ukrainian people – but we’ve really been over and over those points, haven’t we? This “where are the weapons actually going tho????” topic is something we haven’t talked enough about.

    Jarek: The Azovs have fought ferociously, holding off the the Russians and even the Chechen terror troops for weeks. This is a project that has paid off. People on the right are too stupid to see that they aren’t National Socialists. And even more bizarrely, the Left accepts them as the same cartoon Nazis but have been emotionally engineered into worshipping them!

    So as Anglin said, why not take this show on the road? Give some of the weapons to the fleeing Azovs and then use as them as heavy muscle in support of the mostly amateur Muslim Jihadis. I’m afraid Anglin’s old meme of “White Shariah” is going to come true in a very bad way.

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    • SoftStarLight April 23, 2022 at 3:57 pm #

      The regime officially stated that they have no idea where the weapons are going. I’m of the mind that their terror group creation charade won’t be as easy to pull off this time around. The credibility of the West is just not there and over half of the world is seeking to distance themselves from it. Not to say there won’t be incidences but I believe the regimes of the West will be squarely blamed. Plus so many people distrust the regimes compared to like 10 years ago.

      • thwack April 23, 2022 at 4:13 pm #

        The weapons are going into fake “bunkers”, and then the Ukrainians are alerting the Russians who then bomb the empty “bunkers”.

        The Uks then claim the weapons were destroyed, while they sell them on the black market, and at the same time request more weapons from the West.

        rinse and repeat…

        *game recognize game*

        • SoftStarLight April 23, 2022 at 4:27 pm #

          I’m still under the impression that Zelensky is indeed working with Putin so your explanation does make sense. Eventually Western arms stockpiles will be critically depleted and since we don’t make anything anymore it will be game over. Maybe Putin will indeed take control of Europe?

        • Disaffected April 23, 2022 at 8:51 pm #

          That’s a pretty good theory, Thwack. You might very well be right.

        • BackRowHeckler April 24, 2022 at 6:56 am #

          What the Gangster Disciples couldn’t do with a battery of Stingers or Javalins on the streets of Baltimore. They’d own the City!

          • Disaffected April 24, 2022 at 9:16 am #

            Coming to an urban hell hole near you!

          • elysianfield April 24, 2022 at 12:37 pm #

            “They’d own the City”

            They own parts of it now…even without the hardware.

      • Jarek April 23, 2022 at 5:23 pm #

        Well they won’t call themselves that, but rather Nazis or White Nationalists. As Whites are ever more persecuted in the Western World, more young White men may be drawn in, not knowing what they really are. By the time they find out, they are no longer the same person and would find it hard to leave. Just like any other cult.

        Know what is stronger than Truth, besides money? Belonging.

  76. SW April 23, 2022 at 1:48 pm #

    The net is drawing tighter around the Clinton campaign. An article in The Spectator:

    “These vigorous efforts to hide communications tell us something important. They point to hidden evidence that the claimants were involved in a well-planned, well-financed, and multi-pronged effort to create a false narrative that Donald Trump was secretly working with the Kremlin to win the presidency. If the FBI or CIA was willing to launch a full-scale investigation, then the Clinton team would leak that to the media, ideally in the weeks before the 2016 election. The Democrats continued that effort after Trump’s election to hobble his effectiveness in office.”


    • Disaffected April 23, 2022 at 8:51 pm #

      This will make for some fine drama, but come on now, you KNOW nothing will ever come of it.

      Lawyers gotta lawyer and crooks gotta be crooks. Works even better when they’re one and the same.

  77. JTinMD April 23, 2022 at 3:03 pm #

    Can’t access Strategic Culture Foundation online. 403 Forbidden

    What a wonderful world

    • Disaffected April 23, 2022 at 8:48 pm #

      The boys in DC will tell us all we need to know. I heard that on the TV, and they never lie either.

  78. MaryQueen April 23, 2022 at 3:07 pm #

    I love Ben Garrison’s “Woke Agenda in Freefall” cartoon.


    • SoftStarLight April 23, 2022 at 3:31 pm #

      Awesome update! The obliteration of the corporations and agencies is a sacrament. The destruction of wicked powers and principalities

    • Disaffected April 23, 2022 at 8:47 pm #

      LOL! That’s pretty good. And did you notice Harris was indeed “heels up?” WAY up!

      • MaryQueen April 24, 2022 at 9:50 am #

        Ha! Didn’t make that connection – good eye, Dis.

  79. SoftStarLight April 23, 2022 at 3:19 pm #

    A Queen Bee is perhaps a good analogy, but given the mood of the large majority of the inhabitants of the colony my suggestion is that the Queen Bee has been kidnapped and is hostage to an evil parasite cartel. I personally think the Queen Bee would have prefered negotiations. Some concessions would have likely allowed the colony a continuing foothold of some sort in the Eurasian breadbasket. Given the situation that seems unlikely now. A sting is not a light thing. I am in sympatico with Kari Lake and believe its time to start blowing up the honeycomb of tunnels at the southern border. We can also easily coax the Central Americans into doing our dirty work as you say lol. It’s all simply a matter of sophisticated diplomacy and ameniable incentives.

  80. Slugoon April 23, 2022 at 3:39 pm #

    EC President Ursula von der Leyen revealed that every EU member state would be required to adopt EU Digital Covid Certificates, a digital health passport issued to those with proof of vaccination, a negative PCR test, or proof of recovery from Covid-19. While the validity period for such certificates was due to lapse at the end of June, the EC is not only renewing it another year, but making it mandatory for all 27 EU countries from July 1.

    I wish I could say I’m glad I voted out but I’m sure Boris and Nicola will follow suit.

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    • GreenAlba April 23, 2022 at 4:16 pm #

      Slugoon: Although I wasn’t sceptical enough of the EU’s motives generally, I think the only think I’ve been right about all along was that the Tory Brexiteers (maybe not Farage – I don’t know how genuine he is) were all just into a different kind of globalism because they want to be top dog operating from the City of London without the EU telling them what to do. I’ve been following the MHRA stuff that UK Column have been doing and the MHRA is fashioning itself into a global hub for fast-track ‘vaccines’ and other sci-fi horrors. ‘Enabling’ is the new buzz-word, replacing ‘regulating’, which used to the their job. I think that’s why the UK didn’t mind being kicked out of the European Medicines Agency. The UK is aiming to be at the centre of the global biosurveillance dystopia, from what I’ve seen.

      Did you see this from my post to you on the previous thread?


      Added to this:


      I think our goose is cooked on both sides of the border. Nicola is an absolute psycho and I suspect Javid is into ‘the agenda’ up to his neck. Sunak is the too-cool-for-school money man, the banality of evil side of things, with a charming smile.

      • GreenAlba April 23, 2022 at 4:19 pm #

        Sunak is just Mark ‘Carnage’ with a tan. 🙂

      • GreenAlba April 23, 2022 at 4:20 pm #

        PS nice to see you back – how’s work going?

  81. GreenAlba April 23, 2022 at 5:31 pm #

    For those who like a bit of feudalism, the peasants are up against the Duke in Northumberland.


    • MaryQueen April 23, 2022 at 8:11 pm #

      Good stuff there, G.A.

      I like a bit of feudalism, sadly soon to be replaced by techno-feudalism. 🙁

      • MaryQueen April 23, 2022 at 8:37 pm #

        Rats. Meant to say, “I like a bit of feudalistic revolt” – lol.

        • Redneck Liberal April 24, 2022 at 6:31 am #

          Doesn’t matter – both the intended and the unintended remarks were equally idiotic.

          • Disaffected April 24, 2022 at 9:36 am #

            You’re a real “people person,” aren’t you? Might wanna put your resume in to the State Department. I know they can always use more people like you.

          • MaryQueen April 24, 2022 at 9:51 am #

            Fake Trae sounds extra irritable this weekend.

          • benr April 24, 2022 at 10:05 am #


            The village idiot peaks out of his cesspool and pukes out nonsense.

  82. BackRowHeckler April 23, 2022 at 6:50 pm #

    Looks like Chinese state owned oil companies are moving in on petroleum producing infrastructure abandoned in Russia by BP and Shell last month, scooping up oil fields, oil wells, refineries, logistics, transport etc. Last August US forces weren’t out of Afghanistan for two days when Chinese trucks were seen rolling thru Kabul.

    • malthuss April 23, 2022 at 7:39 pm #

      those w gold make the rules.

  83. JohnAZ April 23, 2022 at 9:11 pm #

    Been looking into the WEF to try to understand what it is all about.

    Remember James Bond since Daniel Craig took over.

    First bad guys were Un designated but Mr. White was a member. They killed Vesper.

    In the second, the group was Quantum, a global group into everything, specifically trying to buy up all the water in Bolivia. Members were all influential plutocrats.

    The third,Skyfall, sorta left the genre.

    Spectre brought it all together though, big global group of plutocrats trying to run the world in cyberspace.

    Bond was fighting a fictional version of the WEF. The little I have found has shown that this organization is a group of plutocrats trying to convert the world to a non democratic form where the elites run everything. This is the Great Reset, a book by the founder Krause Schwab.

    They are into everything, everything. Names such as Prince Andrew, Bill Gates, Putin, Xi, Un, Prince Charles, Greta Thunberg are involved at one time or the other. Xi, the CCP, sees themselves as primary drivers of the world economic domination.

    Another fiction account is Tom Clancy’s Sum of All Fears, where a Neo Nazi group tries to start WW3 by getting the US and Russia to destroy each other with their organization taking over the world.

    Believers in the role of entropy in economics better be scared of this group. The idea that a group of Bill Gates types can run the world is catastrophic and disgusting.

    I will be continuing to read up on and watch The KWAK brothers on You Tube.

    I have been looking for the group that is destroying bipartisan republicanism (small r) in the USA. Maybe I have found them.

    • Disaffected April 23, 2022 at 9:26 pm #

      Good stuff, JAZ. But I continue to think that you’re d vs. r focus is totally misguided. It’s time for you to move on, my man.

      • JohnAZ April 23, 2022 at 9:42 pm #


        Do you really read my stuff? I wonder sometimes.

        I am a leader of the fact that the two party system is no longer existent.

        D=R right now in the US. The GOP rejecting Trump in protection of the Deep State was a catastrophic event.

        The Deep State runs the US right now as a model of what the global plutocrats want to drop on the world.

        No democracy, plutocrats, redistribution not only of the wealth but also populations. Just what the Deep State is pulling in the US right now.

        I will be looking into links between the East Coast Mob, the cartels and the WEF.

        BTW, is Ukraine just the WEF playing both sides against the middle

        Sorta like Sum of All Fears.

        • Disaffected April 23, 2022 at 11:01 pm #

          LOL! I guess I don’t, you old knucklehead! Party on, you Geraldo Riviera reprobate, you!

          • JohnAZ April 23, 2022 at 11:14 pm #

            Hey, you being affected by the wildfires in New Mexico. The Flagstaff fire has been pretty intense.

          • JohnAZ April 23, 2022 at 11:35 pm #

            Honestly, Dis.

            This WEF and the Reset is everything this CFN is against.

            When do people associated with this global rebellion considered to be traitors to this country.

            How about other countries?

          • Disaffected April 24, 2022 at 9:13 am #

            Of course I was you knot-head! I wrote a comment on Friday night that poked a little fun at you. I think what we had Friday should officially be called a ‘maelstrom’. 60-80 mph straight line winds! NWS Dust Storm Warning over the Emergency Channel and everything! It was quite a blow! I thought maybe Billy Jeff Clinton had come to town it was so damn windy!

          • Disaffected April 24, 2022 at 7:00 pm #

            Looks like we’ve had a fire going in the Jemez Mountains over the weekend too. High winds and fires spells springtime in the high country after a relatively dry winter. Not sure if that caused the yellow sky sunset Friday or not.

  84. Htruth April 24, 2022 at 3:00 am #

    Former Trump CDC director warns of pandemic worse than covid https://americanyellowvest.wpcomstaging.com/2022/04/24/former-trump-cdc-director-warns-of-pandemic-worse-than-covid/

    • Disaffected April 24, 2022 at 9:14 am #

      Anything to keep us quaking in our boots.

    • MrMangoOnMyShoulder April 24, 2022 at 9:15 am #

      I know some people died and got sick and all (as people tend to do during cold and flu season, especially the elderly and infirm)…but it’s kind of hard to imagine a pandemic that wouldn’t be worse than covid.

      • Disaffected April 24, 2022 at 9:33 am #

        Suggest it and they will come. The power of suggestion is far more real than ConVid ever was.

        • JohnAZ April 24, 2022 at 10:25 am #

          If Covid was an attempt by the WEF to slow population growth, it was a failure.

          Wonder if anyone is monitoring all the bio labs for nefarious activity?

          Who is the opposition to the effects of the WEF? Unfettered political activity WILL bring on the onset of The Great Reset if there is no opposition.

          • Disaffected April 24, 2022 at 11:29 am #

            I still think ConVid was a test run to try out the machinery. A check flight.

          • thwack April 24, 2022 at 12:52 pm #

            Me too Disaffected.

            In a few years I predict “they” will initiate rolling “climate lockdowns”; where, if it hasn’t rained in several days, they will ban all driving and cars for a week (except essential drivers…)

            In order to drive during a climate lockdown, you will have to display a special “climate card” on your front window.

            Black will naturally complain that its racist and will therefore be exempt.

          • MaryQueen April 24, 2022 at 6:41 pm #

            You bet, Dis. They will keep this up until we have UBI, vaxx passes and digital currency in place.

  85. gustafson.robert.22 April 24, 2022 at 6:06 am #

    Anthea wrote:

    “It’s also good to remember that extraordinary cultures originally arose from a bunch of savages huddling around open fires wearing animal skins. Latent within them was the Hagia Sophia and St. Peter’s, the prose of Shakespeare, the music and art of…well, our musicians and artists. And science and mathematics, besides.”

    What if, instead of the art being “latent within them,” these people were both experiencing and enacting a living art of equivalent, or actually superior, beauty, complexity, balance?

    What if the cultural “great works of art” are merely nostalgic embodiments of a spiritual completeness only possible in the pre-civilizational state?

    What if, what if…

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    • Anthea April 25, 2022 at 3:07 am #

      My view is that one of our purposes here on earth is to do work within our sphere to recreate the beauties and glories of heaven here on earth.

      This is done in many different ways. In the arts, we create beautiful things. Things are supposed to be beautiful, including all mundane and utilitarian things: clothing, architecture, furnishings, perfumes, etc.–as they are in heaven. Music is supposed to be beautiful–as it is in heaven. The sciences are supposed to be the highest refinement of our understanding of the material world so that, as in heaven, all “things” are sacramental and objects of reverence.

      In human relations the goal is the highest refinement of intellection and love. “The work,” in this area, for we ordinary folk, is to express these things in our interactions with others, along with the avoidance of negative actions and emotions. Do primitive societies have these (Christian) values? I don’t know for sure, since I have no direct knowledge of them. They are also doubtless highly variable, as well as a little short in the “intellection” department. What little I do know of such societies suggests to me that they are/were no better than most people today in “advanced” societies. In other words, they’re just people. Maybe not always either remarkably good or remarkably bad, but sometimes both.

      In primitive cultures these refinements exist only in the most rudimentary form and are undeveloped. In the modern world they are largely subverted, and in the best of times the masses are systematically denied access to them.

      Nevertheless, it is better for these refinements to exist than for them not to exist. They are self-justifying, just as heaven itself is self-justifying: good.

  86. Disaffected April 24, 2022 at 9:31 am #

    Looks like Bill Murray is the latest Hollywood celeb to fall into the cancel culture crosshairs. Could be castration for him! OH, THE HORROR!


    New details have reportedly come out regarding Bill Murray’s “inappropriate” behavior on the set of Being Mortal. The film was suspended indefinitely earlier this week and was meant to be Aziz Ansari’s first directorial feature. Now its status is up in the air, and many are trying to find out what happened.

    According to Page Six, the complaint against Murray stems from some unwanted touching with female cast and crew members. The source clarifies that his conduct was not legally crossing a line, but some felt he had gone a bit further than they were comfortable with on-set.

    “He was very hands-on touchy, not in any personal areas, but put an arm around a woman, touched her hair, pulled her ponytail – but always in a comedic way,” the source alleged to Page Six. “It is a fine line and everybody loves Bill, but while his conduct is not illegal, some women felt uncomfortable and he crossed a line.”

    Another source confirmed these details, adding that Murray took his single status to heart on set. The source said that Murray “loves women and loves to flirt, he enjoys poetry and romance, he’s always flirting, but it is always couched in comedy. It isn’t clear if he crossed a line.”


    • MrMangoOnMyShoulder April 24, 2022 at 9:59 am #

      Man the youger generations have turned into light-loafer complaint factiories.

      They literally said he didn’t do anything across the line or illegal in terms of harrassment, but still, it was somehow offensive enough to put an entire film in jeapordy. These folks don’t see the big picture for anyone but themselves and their ability to derail and generate headlines with their name in it.

      To find Bill Murray’s personality offensive is to discount his entire life and career before. He’s always been aloof, dismissive and somewhat offensive. That’s why he’s funny.

      Granted, I’d imagine he can be a massive dick if he doesn’t want to be around you, but so what? He’s Bill Murray, and he knows it.

      • MrMangoOnMyShoulder April 24, 2022 at 10:41 am #

        The funny part is Bill Murray couldn’t give a rat’s ass if the film ever comes out…or what the youngins of the world think of him.

        • Disaffected April 24, 2022 at 11:28 am #

          My take too. I’d be outta there if I was him. Go find a tranny to play the part.

      • BackRowHeckler April 24, 2022 at 12:38 pm #

        Well, last week an Air Force Major General was court martialed for stealing a kiss at an office barbecue, that’s it, just one kiss,; he was convicted, now faces a DD and 7 years at Leavenworth.

        Apparently everyone at the event was pretty well lubricated. There were witnesses to the stolen kiss, which was described as a peck on the cheek but characterized by Federal Prosecutors as a violent sexual assault on all women everywhere.

        At this point I suggest the USA start over and kick all hetero white men out of the armed forces, then recruit a cadre of transvestites, lesbians, homosexuals,black women and illegal aliens. Now there’s General Milley’s New Model Army.

        • Anthea April 25, 2022 at 3:31 am #

          I don’t know if anyone here has ever been around people who kept a pair of spider monkeys as pets, but their whole existence revolves around the male chasing the female for sex, as the female is in constant flight.

          This is a good analogy of what it’s like to be a young, attractive female in today’s world–and probably yesterday’s world as well. It’s annoying.

          On the other hand, it’s merely nature, and one must accept it.

          But it seems to me that the whole problem could easily be resolved by ordinary good manners. The main problem with the modern world is that good manners have fallen by the wayside. E.g., it would be bad manners to stare at someone’s tits. It is equally bad manners to display your tits in a suggestive manner so as to invite stares. It is bad manners to come up and smooch on someone.

          While it sounds like the Major General was ill-mannered, it’s hard to blame him in a world that is awash in bad manners, probably while attending a party where everyone else was being ill-mannered.

    • JohnAZ April 24, 2022 at 10:20 am #

      Just another over reach by the Progressive Left. They will push and push at every opportunity.

      Good news is report on Fox that Dems are running scared about November. Hope they are right. Do not know if much will change. Even a
      Drift to the right would be good.


      Blizzard warnings in N/S Dakota. Brrrr.