Dr. Steve Turley on today’s appeal by the Ukrainian leader to get the US to bring us to WW III

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12 Replies to “Dr. Steve Turley on today’s appeal by the Ukrainian leader to get the US to bring us to WW III”

  1. This doctors gets it. The little clown was put their for a reason to be a trigger that starts WWIII. For some reason forces that control Biden are having 2nd thoughts.

  2. This is it what it amounts to, isn’t it? WW3 predicated by history’s longest freight train of lies. Another puppet actor–how many other countries have puppet actors in over their hair? Why is it for two years and counting I feel like saying “I am not the asshole, here,” because I’m on the wrong side of the political trade–yet again. Tucker has it right, we just swapped the colour of our Covid mask muzzle to a blue and yellow mask muzzle.

    Who is it that wants a world war? Who wants a great reset? Who wants to dramatically reduce the world’s population? Who wants to “build back better”? Build back from what, exactly? Seemingly not only from the pandemic. What dramatic events could it possibly take for us to own nothing and be happy (happy because the alternative is death–some metric that is)? Certainly, maintaining the status quo won’t get us there, will it? “…Giant steps must come at some point to get us to our 2030 nirvana,” said Klaus from his lair. “Better soon than later…”.

    Listening to the guilt-soaked, heart-kneading, slogan-pleading tragic drama of Zelensky’s speaches to both Canada and the U.S., I am sickened by what this man has been told, and is willing to do.

    He is willing to sacrifice thousands of Ukrainian lives, turn millions more into refugees, goad and beg Western nations into feeding a bonfire of suicidal nationalistic vanity. –Talk about lipstick made of lead. He has whipped his people into a patriotic frenzy justified by flight from Russian slave masters into the arms of globalist slave masters. In other words fighting for your country is noble only if you win your country, which this war does not at all ensure. There is little solice to be had in either camp now, east or west. However after reading the text of Putin’s speech yesterday there is little more than straws to grasp.

    One camp espouses mandatory, potentially-fatal experimental injections on its population while trying to hide evidence of their effects. It states openly the erasure of the nation state. It games identity politics for the atomization of every societal unit, including the nuclear family. It strives for the digital confinement of every person. It also strives for the elimination of the individual for the sake of the collective. It has told bold-faced lies for over two years. It deploys waves of fear-inducing mass-line narratives on its people to wrestle away iron-fisted control.

    The other camp, while surely disingenuous and manipulative while evoking patriotic fervor, supports the nuclear family. It cites its thousand-year history as a nation and a people. It affirms private property rights. It does not believe in self destruction using identity politics, because it still believes in itself. It practices fiscal responsibility by not incurring insurmountable national debt, saving gold, and by not debt-enslaving its future generations.

    On the surface of things from twenty feet back, the jalopy we are being sold may look good to some from far, but is far from good.

    • ~~ c’mon, man… lay off the bull’s-blood ~~
      • “supports the nuclear family”

      – – 600,000 abortions per year; birthrate 1.5/woman (Uke even worse, 1.2)

      – – Street gangs, that’s your nuclear family.
      Atomized family – helps account for a suicide rate third highest in the world.
      • “thousand-year history as a nation and a people…”

      • “affirms private property rights…”

      – – Try arguing “due process” with the local mafia boss’s enforcers. Those who have assets don’t hide them abroad for nothing.
      • “identity politics…”

      – – Temporary remission of overt expression in front of foreigners.

      And if you don’t hear the religion and ethnicity dogwhistles blaring right now, in this blood-&-soil war – you’re not a dog.

      This affirmative action Uke prez will drive a wave of olim from Russia faster than Alexander Dugin can shout, POGROM!
      “debt-enslaving its future generations…”

      Fantasy projection, Johnny.

      -1- “Future generations” [See birthrate above.]
      Or do you mean the replacement [tardish] pop.?

      – 2 – For ordinary Russians “fiscal responsibility” is stashing enough to bribe the right people. Having enough cash to panic buy expensive imported watches before your ruble is recycled to toilet paper.

      Relentless Diversity

      • Ok, ok. Then I’m matching my fantasy projection to Canadians’ fantasy projection. At least he pays lip service to tradition. Here? Nothing.

        • Yes, excellent lip.
          He knows the values that make for a healthy society, elevates his people by affirming them.

          Here we’re irredeemable if we distinguish good from bad. It’s all relative and arbitrary, but our superiors keep us informed.

  3. What is that emblem on the “Iron Cross” on his T-shirt?
    Looks like something from the Dark Times from WWII.

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