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Wednesday, July 04, 2018

Ron Paul backs Trump on Russia

Blessed be the peacemakers, for they shall not be beholden to the bloodthirsty Trotskyites known as "neocons":
The “experts” are usually wrong when it comes to peacemaking. They rely on having “official enemies” for their very livelihood. In 1985, national security “expert” Zbigniew Brzezinski attacked the idea of a summit between President Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev. It was “demeaning” and “tactically unwise,” he said as reported at the time by the Washington Times. Such a meeting would only “elevate” Gorbachev and make him “first among equals,” he said. Thankfully, Reagan did engage Gorbachev in several summits and the rest is history. Brzezinski was wrong and peacemakers were right.

President Trump should understand that any move toward better relations with Russia has been already pre-approved by the American people. His position on Russia was well known. He campaigned very clearly on the idea that the US should end the hostility toward Russia that characterized the Obama Administration and find a way to work together. Voters knew his position and they chose him over Hillary Clinton, who was also very clear on Russia: more confrontation and more aggression.

President Trump would be wise to ignore the neocon talking heads and think tank “experts” paid by defense contractors. He should ignore the “never Trumpers” who have yet to make a coherent policy argument opposing the president. The extent of their opposition to Trump seems to be “he’s mean and rude.” Let us hope that a Trump/Putin meeting begins a move toward real reconciliation and away from the threat of nuclear war.
The world revolutionaries are pure evil. There is a reason they are always seeking to elevate the next Hitler and begin the next war. There is literally nothing good about them. One thing I look forward to seeing is Trump's mysterious revelatory power eventually unmasking them and forcing people to see the neocons for whose servants they truly are.

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95 Comments:

Blogger Nate July 04, 2018 8:21 AM  

There is no reason in the world that the US and Russia should be enemies.

Blogger Looking Glass July 04, 2018 8:29 AM  

Nate wrote:There is no reason in the world that the US and Russia should be enemies.

Much like the French, there's little that either naturally aligns between the peoples, but there is also little that dictates dire conflict of interests.

Plus, Trump might be setting up an Anti-German Alliance at this point.

Blogger James Dixon July 04, 2018 8:31 AM  

> There is no reason in the world that the US and Russia should be enemies.

None whatsoever. At most we may have competing interests in a few areas of the world, but those are far outweighed by the things we have in common and by having common enemies.

Blogger dumnonia-watchman July 04, 2018 8:31 AM  

I'd reserve judgement until we see if Trump (and his handlers) decide to take out Iran, for the same reasons they took out Iraq, Libya, Syria, et al.

It's always about the money, they covet the whole world.

Blogger Uncle John's Band July 04, 2018 8:32 AM  

Unmasking - here's a start. It's relevant to the larger immigration/nationhood discussion that's been going on here too.

Adam Schiff is best known as crazy-eyed shill, but his background is way more sinister. He actually has Russian ancestry - his great-grandfather was Lithuanian born, but go back a generation. There is a suggestion that this was recently scrubbed, but I can’t verify that.

https://www.geni.com/people/Jacob-Yaakov-Schiff/6000000000760694454
https://www.geni.com/people/Louis-Schiff/6000000075575620189

Why does this matter? It turns out Schiff’s grandfather Frank financed the Bolshevik revolution in Russia and was a Rothschild associate! Wait… I thought Marxists hated private capital. It’s like it’s all a front…

https://ellacruz.org/2018/01/21/878/ (good pic of Bolshevik troops saluting Frank)

This must be the melting pot enriching the posterity.

Blogger Peaceful Poster July 04, 2018 8:34 AM  

Revelatory power just may be the GE's greatest power.

The only exception being His power of positive thinking.

Blogger Nate July 04, 2018 8:54 AM  

"Much like the French, there's little that either naturally aligns between the peoples, but there is also little that dictates dire conflict of interests. "

Besides little things like... being white Christians?

Blogger Jack July 04, 2018 8:58 AM  

Ron Paul. Donald Trump. I don't know which is the hero we deserve and which is the hero we need, but God bless them both. And Pat Buchanan.

Blogger Silent Draco July 04, 2018 8:59 AM  

Russia was always a rival.
Soviets were an enemy.

Sizeable difference. You compete with rivals, and cooperate on points of mutual interest.

Blogger Dire Badger July 04, 2018 9:00 AM  

I have absolutely no problem with being Russia's rival and competitor, but we are both white... white people know how to compete without trying to murder each other.

Blogger Long Live The West July 04, 2018 9:04 AM  

Avoiding world war 3 being America vs Russia was always a big point in Trumps favor during the election.

Blogger bob kek mando - ( "an entirely disconnected spew of word vomit" ) July 04, 2018 9:10 AM  

5. Uncle John's Band July 04, 2018 8:32 AM
https://ellacruz.org/2018/01/21/878/ (good pic of Bolshevik troops saluting Frank)



uh, that pic looks as photoshopped as the pics where the Soviets used to disappear people who had fallen out of favor.

i'm not saying that Grandpa Schiff didn't help the Bolsheviks, he may well have. but i'm going to have to have a better looking photo than that.

Blogger Jew613 July 04, 2018 9:14 AM  

I've never understood the neocons Russia fixation. Rivalry is fine among major powers but why the war obsession? What is there to gain that could justify the suffering and risk from such a conflict...

Blogger dienw July 04, 2018 9:18 AM  

"Russia was always a rival"

The U.S. had decent relations with them before the Bolsheviks. I have read that the then czar sent ships to the Atlantic to prevent European powers from intervening in the Civil War.

Blogger Uncle John's Band July 04, 2018 9:25 AM  

@ 12. bob kek mando

Fair enough. There is a risk in posting in haste. I'll see what I can find.

Blogger Uncle John's Band July 04, 2018 9:35 AM  

Ok. That's embarrassing. It was Jacob, not Frank Schiff, so the picture is probably garbage. The lesson - look twice before firing something off.

But these are pretty well sourced. Jacob (on Wall St. at the time) was a major player in the Revolution, and Adam still reeks.

https://www.counter-currents.com/2013/10/wall-street-and-the-november-1917-bolshevik-revolution/

https://www.counter-currents.com/2013/10/wall-street-and-the-march-1917-russian-revolution/

Blogger Doktor Jeep July 04, 2018 9:35 AM  

Once more I remind of the irony, that Stalin indirectly saved the world when he had Trotsky killed and put a stop to Judeo-Bolshevism.

Blogger Dire Badger July 04, 2018 9:40 AM  

Jew613 wrote:I've never understood the neocons Russia fixation. Rivalry is fine among major powers but why the war obsession? What is there to gain that could justify the suffering and risk from such a conflict...

Oh, the list is long and corrupt. Power, distraction from their evil, money, shutting down transparency for 'security reasons', international power brokering, fear mongering, breaking Russia's resistance to the international banks, picking up the scraps from the loser, conquering the weakened voctor...


The (((tribe))) LOVE wars so much they used to lend money to both sides in many conflicts. Poland, Russia, England, France... anywhere you had a couple of barons duking it out you would find (((Lenders))) making the war efforts possible.

"They hate us because we are good with money."

Blogger Peaceful Poster July 04, 2018 9:44 AM  

I've often wondered why the neocons are so obsessed with Russia.

Thanks for the answer, VD.

Neocons are Trotskyites.

Nice rhetoric, too.

Blogger Mark Stoval July 04, 2018 9:47 AM  

The Russian people had to endure the evil of the USSR which the American left always backed, even if not openly at times.

The modern Russia is WHITE, TRADITIONAL, and CHRISTIAN. Why are we supposed to hate them? I just listed the 3 reasons.

Did you see that some people did not like the Russian soccer team at the whole cup since there was no diversity? They are an all white team. Ain't that a shame.

Blogger Cecil Henry July 04, 2018 9:49 AM  


Relations with Russia were good until the early (((NeoCons))) deliberately pushed for American sanctions and a break with Russian in the late 1800's.

They have fomented hatred of Russia ever since due to the fact that Russia was not sufficiently cooperative in their (((agenda))).

This should be well known as its well documented.

Blogger pyrrhus July 04, 2018 9:51 AM  

Russia is doing a far better job of preserving western civilization than any country in the west....Of course the Globalists hate them.

Blogger Dire Badger July 04, 2018 9:51 AM  

@Jew613-

If it makes you feel better, we know quite well that the elites and Marranos harm 'little jews' vastly more than they have ever harmed the people they rob. Every single time someone gets fed up with what they are doing, they spirit off with their ill-gotten goods and leave the common folks with their funny little hats and funny little haircuts to get murdered by the angry mobs they leave behind.

But man, you make it so EASY for them. They LOVE that 'tribal soldiarity' crap, even as they stiff you for the bill.

Blogger Matamoros July 04, 2018 10:14 AM  

@14 "I have read that the then czar sent ships to the Atlantic to prevent European powers from intervening in the Civil War."

It is obvious the Tsar did not understand the goals of Marx's buddy Lincoln in bringing on the war, destroying the Constitution and holocausting Southern men, women and children.

Blogger VD July 04, 2018 10:39 AM  

I've never understood the neocons Russia fixation.

They were the losing party in the Bolshevik civil war. Stalin and the nationalists won. They regained power under Yeltsin, but lost most of it under Putin.

Neocons are anti-Stalin Bolsheviks. They were never of the Right at all.

Blogger saintCrispee July 04, 2018 11:07 AM  

"President Trump should understand that any move toward better relations with Russia has been already pre-approved by the American people. His position on Russia was well known. He campaigned very clearly on the idea that the US should end the hostility toward Russia that characterized the Obama Administration and find a way to work together. Voters knew his position and they chose him over Hillary Clinton, who was also very clear on Russia: more confrontation and more aggression."

This is far from true and borders on sophistry. First, a very small percent of Trump voters thought held relations with Russia as important to their choice of Trump. Second, though we don't have exit polling on this question, it seem unlikely that it would have made people more likely to vote for Trump had they a full understanding of Russia's attempt to undermine the election. Finally, The electoral college is lesser measurement of how Americans' voting pattern reflect their view of the candidate compared to the popular vote. Ten Million more people voted for someone other than Trump (55% of Americans voted for someone other than Trump.)

Blogger English Tom July 04, 2018 11:07 AM  

@Bob men mando

Check out the archives on henrymakow.com. Trotsky was funded by Schiff. The Bolshevik revolution was funded and controlled by jews see: Solzhenitsyn 200 years together.

Blogger English Tom July 04, 2018 11:08 AM  

Sorry Bob for the typo. Autocorrect is a pain in the azz!

Blogger English Tom July 04, 2018 11:12 AM  

@Dire Badger

Yes. It is supremely ironic that ordinary jews are also victims of the (((Chameleons))). Sadly as you state, that tribal consciousness forecloses any attempt at self awareness for most of the tribe.

Blogger Resident Moron™ July 04, 2018 11:21 AM  

I’ve long admired Mr Paul.

But his good faith arguments about the interests of the United States have always been tangential to the reality of the interests of the rulers of the United States.

Which hardly overlap at all.

Blogger Resident Moron™ July 04, 2018 11:23 AM  

Crispee,

The position you’re auditioning for is taken.

Blogger Long Live The West July 04, 2018 11:24 AM  

@saintCrispee

What Russian interference?

If you took out all the cheating would Hilrary REALLY have won the popular vote?

The electoral college was designed to keep people like Hillary put of office. Working as intended.

No, people do not want ww3 starring America and Russia.

Give me a good reason why America and Russia should be enemies.

Blogger JACIII July 04, 2018 11:28 AM  

Good luck finding a working American on the street who thinks poking the nuclear bear is a good idea.
Note I said American; neocons and shills are obviously not a subset.

Blogger CJ July 04, 2018 11:34 AM  

"Such a meeting would only “elevate” Gorbachev and make him “first among equals,” he said."

Interesting piece of logic there from Mika's dad. Could Reagan have met with anyone then? Moving to today, that logic would say that God-Emperor Donald, Revealer of Truth, should never meet with Kim or Putin.

Blogger Nostromo July 04, 2018 11:38 AM  

The popular vote was closet than reported because D's ALWAYS cheat in elections. So thank God for the Electoral College. And the mighty Kenyan himself scoffed at Russia interfering in U.S. elections.

Blogger Brick Hardslab July 04, 2018 11:50 AM  

Touch not the crispy poop, good idea it is not.

Blogger Jackson Peds July 04, 2018 12:02 PM  

Brick Hardslab wrote:Touch not the crispy poop, good idea it is not

Can we at least invoke Rule 2 of this blog, vis-a-vis his assertion that the Russians rigged those elections?

Blogger het1 July 04, 2018 12:19 PM  

Most Russians desires that the consequences of the meeting between Trump and Putin will be similar to the consequences of the meeting between Reagan and Gorbachev.

Blogger Dirk Manly July 04, 2018 12:35 PM  

@2

"There is no reason in the world that the US and Russia should be enemies.


Much like the French, there's little that either naturally aligns between the peoples, but there is also little that dictates dire conflict of interests."

Other than during the years the (((Communists))) had hijacked Russia, and out joyriding in it as if they were in a demolition derby, the U.S. and Russia have ALWAYS been allies.

Who founded Russia's ocean-going Navy?
John Paul Jones.

Yes, THAT John Paul Jones.

During the Civil War, who parked their Pacific Fleet in San Fransisco harbor?
The Russian Navy

When Russia needed money, and wanted to sell off a huge hunk of land -- who did they offer it to first, and at a ridiculously low per-acre price?
The U.S. They could have offered it to the Brits (who traditionally allies with Russia, the sole exception being the Crimean War)...especially since at that time, Canada was still part of the UK! And the Brits had way more wealth than we did at the time.

And when the Russians were finally exploring Siberia, and discovering the mineral riches there, what did the Russians call it?

The New America.

Even during the Cold War, the average Russian on the street was fond of Americans.

Go to Sankt Peterburg, Russia, and who is the biggest political hero there?

RONALD REAGAN

Blogger Jew613 July 04, 2018 12:39 PM  

Vox, Troskyites wanting revenge for losing to Stalin at least makes sense.

Blogger Frank Brady July 04, 2018 12:44 PM  

...and Russia is again largely Christian as well.

Blogger saintCrispee July 04, 2018 12:46 PM  

@long live west

Both the GOP Controlled House and Senate Intel Committees do a good job of describing the interference.

It's impossible to say what the difference in the popular vote would have been if Russia hadn't weighed in on the side of Trump. But it seems unlikely that the popular vote would have been more in Trump's favor.

I don't think you are correct about the purpose behind the electoral college. However, my recollection is that the electoral college was a compromise between slave and non-slave states.

Blogger Frank Brady July 04, 2018 12:48 PM  

I believe they are actually Trotskyites.

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother July 04, 2018 12:52 PM  

Weighed in on the opposite side of the person they'd been doing business with and paying for speeches and etc. etc. etc.

Riiiigghhhtttt

Blogger Dirk Manly July 04, 2018 12:53 PM  

@5

"https://ellacruz.org/2018/01/21/878/ (good pic of Bolshevik troops saluting Frank)"

1: It's a lousy photoshop.

2: They aren't saluting anyone in front of them; what you are seeing is called "pass and review" They are performing what looks like an "eyes left" (normally in US and Commonwealth armies, it's "eyes right") with "present arms", which is what you do when passing the dignitary whom the pass and review is being held for.

[Pass and Review started out as a paymaster procedure. Before a set-piece battle, units would pass by a reviewing stand. The paymaster would count how many rows of soldiers were in the unit as it passed by, and then give the commander the pay for the number of personnel, and type (cavalry were paid more than infantry, heavy cavalry (those fighting with cutty/stabby weapons, and shield the highest, then light cavalry (mounted archers), then heavy infantry (those who fight with cutty/stabby weapons and shield), light infantry (archers on foot) the lowest). Tallest men are always put to the front and reviewing-stand side, with the tallest man in the unit being in the first row on the reviewing-stand side.

Blogger Dirk Manly July 04, 2018 12:55 PM  

@9

"Russia was always a rival.
Soviets were an enemy.

Sizeable difference. You compete with rivals, and cooperate on points of mutual interest."

Per the historical FACTS posted above about the relationship between the U.S. and RUSSIA (not the USSR)... you are either misinformed, deluded, insane, or a liar.

Which it is, I do not know. But you need to fix yourself.

Blogger Dirk Manly July 04, 2018 12:58 PM  

@13

"I've never understood the neocons Russia fixation. Rivalry is fine among major powers but why the war obsession? What is there to gain that could justify the suffering and risk from such a conflict..."

(((They))) never had a Russian fixation until after the Yeltsin distroyed the ((( USSR Government))), and Russia was once again governed by Ethnic Russians.

Blogger Dirk Manly July 04, 2018 1:00 PM  

@16

"Ok. That's embarrassing. It was Jacob, not Frank Schiff, so the picture is probably garbage. The lesson - look twice before firing something off.

But these are pretty well sourced. Jacob (on Wall St. at the time) was a major player in the Revolution, and Adam still reeks."

That the Schiff family was the silent instigator, and money man for the Russian Revolution, there is no doubt.

Blogger CM July 04, 2018 1:01 PM  

It was “demeaning” and “tactically unwise,” he said as reported at the time by the Washington Times. Such a meeting would only “elevate” Gorbachev and make him “first among equals,” he said.

Wasn't it unlikely at the time that Russia had the resources for outright war? Isn't the same case available today?

I've heard that you offer olive branches from a position of strength and that that is what Trump has been doing, while Obama attempted to offer olive branches from positions of weakness.

Olive branches from a position of weakness is capitulation and what these neocons demand in our political life, too. That isn't peace making, it is cowardice.

When you browbeat from a position of power, you are a bully. Yet that's what they demand we do to our foreign adversaries.

Their ideas of diplomacy scare me more than Trump's diplomatic actions.

Blogger Dirk Manly July 04, 2018 1:07 PM  

@26

"Ten Million more people voted for someone other than Trump (55% of Americans voted for someone other than Trump.)"

20 Million Hillary votes were cast by:

A) illegals, posing as people who were already dead

B) illegals, bussed from precinct to precinct, given phony utility bill paperwork, and trained to abuse "same day registration" law (which were enacted SPECIFICALLY so that this type of vote fraud can be used)

and

C) Democratic Party operatives sending in absentee ballots in the names of the disabled, or "helping" the infirm by filling out their ballots for them -- voting ONLY for Democratic Party candidates, of course.

Blogger saintCrispee July 04, 2018 1:17 PM  

"20 Million Hillary votes were cast by:

A) illegals, posing as people who were already dead"

1/3 of all Clinton votes were illegal???

LOL...

Proof!?!

Blogger Dirk Manly July 04, 2018 1:19 PM  

@26

"The electoral college is lesser measurement of how Americans' voting pattern reflect their view of the candidate compared to the popular vote."

The electoral college is designed so that no state's voice is penalized due to local conditions causing low turn-out.

If, say, a blizzard sweeps through part of the country on or just before the election, should that portion of the country have a lesser voice because it's too dangerous for many to travel to and from the polling station?

Of course not.

So whoever DOES vote in the state, the result is a proxy for the ENTIRE state.

From the very beginning, a popular vote scheme was ruled out absolutely, because, as it was noted, all any candidate at the time would have to do is work to please New York City, while leaving the rest of the country going to hell in a handbasket, and still become President by a popular vote scheme.

Likewise, even today, all a candidate would have to do is suck up to New York City, Chicago, and Los Angeles, to the detriment of the rest of the country, and still win.
And this would be THE pattern in every election.

If you consistently screw over the people who grow and deliver your food to the cities, pretty soon, you'll all be lacking food. Case in point -- The Holodomor -- Ukraine has the best farmland on the planet (the topsoil is black earth, and is 9 feet thick!), and yet, after wiping out the Ukrainian farmers, the USSR was never able to feed itself again without massive grain imports... right up to the day, and even past when Yeltsin pulled Russia out of the USSR, collapsing the entire house-of-cards.

Before that, Ukraine was called "The Breadbasket of Europe" because they literally grew enough EXCESS grain to feed half of Europe.

Blogger saintCrispee July 04, 2018 1:22 PM  

"The electoral college is designed so that no state's voice is penalized due to local conditions causing low turn-out."

This may be a result of the EC, but it's not the reason for its design.

Blogger Dirk Manly July 04, 2018 1:24 PM  

@38

"Most Russians desires that the consequences of the meeting between Trump and Putin will be similar to the consequences of the meeting between Reagan and Gorbachev."

There's a reason why, when I was in Russia in the late 1990's (during the middle of their financial crisis) that the Russians idolized Reagan -- who was the key actor in destabilizing the Soviet regime, which thereby triggered the crisis.

Even in the midst of the consequences, the Russians knew that getting rid of the Communist government was worth the economic upheavals and unemployment.

Blogger Dirk Manly July 04, 2018 1:31 PM  

@42

"It's impossible to say what the difference in the popular vote would have been if Russia hadn't weighed in on the side of Trump. But it seems unlikely that the popular vote would have been more in Trump's favor."

You're talking about $10,000 worth of Facebook ads, run by some amateur outfit that couldn't even figure out that campaign messages written in Russian grammar rather than the grammar of the language the message is written in, is largely ineffective.

Tell us, CrispeeCream, the name of a single person who voted for Trump because he or she was convinced to do so by a campaign message written using English words constructed in the form of Russian grammar.

You know, when people use the words "the" in place of "a", and vice-versa, or completely drop them altogether (because Russian doesn't have such articles), and don't understand when to use "be" or "to be", because again, there are no words for the present tense of "to be" in Russian (Russian only has "was" byl/byla/byli, and "will be" budu/budet/buda/budami/etc.).

So, Crispee
Are you an easily propagandized dupe of the Democratic Party
Or are you a liar?

Blogger Long Live The West July 04, 2018 1:31 PM  

@SaintCrispee

The electoral college was designed specifically so that the popular vote was not the deciding factor in elections. It's so that the smaller states have a voice. It is a fact that larger cities have disproportionately higher crime rates. It is also a fact that larger cities tend to be more liberal. Those two facts are not a coincidence.

The electoral college gives extra power to the more law abiding, (and by direct correlation right leaning) portion of the country. This in turn, keeps people like Hilary out of office. Like I said... working as intended.

As for the supposed Russian interference... There is no proof. In fact: there is so little evidence, that the people running the investigation had to lie about it in order to even obtain the warrants required to carry out their spying operations.

Blogger Dirk Manly July 04, 2018 1:33 PM  

@42

" However, my recollection is that the electoral college was a compromise between slave and non-slave states."

You are an idiot. The Electoral College had nothing to do with slavery/non-slavery states.


The 3/5ths rule was about that.

The Electoral College was implemented so that the the people of New York City would not be sole deciding factor in every election.

They even WROTE THIS so that it would not be forgotten.

Blogger Dirk Manly July 04, 2018 1:35 PM  

@53

""The electoral college is designed so that no state's voice is penalized due to local conditions causing low turn-out."

This may be a result of the EC, but it's not the reason for its design."

Then why is this specifically discussed in the Federalist Papers?

Blogger het1 July 04, 2018 1:48 PM  

@Dirk Manly

> Brits (who traditionally allies with Russia, the sole exception being the Crimean War)

If somebody has such friends he need not enemies:-)
Russia almost always considered Britain as natural enemy. But Britain almost always used Russia for their own purpose (say in the wars against Napoleon, against Hitler etc):-(

> Yeltsin distroyed the ((( USSR Government))), and Russia was once again governed by Ethnic Russians.

Funny. Especially if you really was in Russia in 1990s:-)
Haidar (prime minister under Yeltsin), Chubais (first deputy of prime minister and main "privatizator" in Russia) and many other members of Yeltsin Government were NOT "Ethnic Russians".

Blogger Dirk Manly July 04, 2018 2:01 PM  

The camel's back wasn't broken all at once.

Blogger Jackson Peds July 04, 2018 2:04 PM  

saintCrispee wrote:1/3 of all Clinton votes were illegal???

Before asking for proof there, I invoke Rule 2 of this blog that clearly declares you have to back up your assertion, or failing to do so, retract it.

Said assertion was that Russians rigged the USA elections. I demand to see undisputed proof of this assertion, lest you will be blocked and spammed from further commenting in this blog.

Blogger Garuna July 04, 2018 2:43 PM  

Trump won the American popular vote. Hillary won the Mexican popular vote.

Blogger The Surly Beaver July 04, 2018 3:25 PM  

I agree that Trump called the meeting from a position of strength. Putin's entire Make Russia Great Again strategy required $100+/bbl oil. Conversely low energy costs make the American economy stronger and more competitive. Trump's energy policies have nobbled Putin for the foreseeable future. Trump goes into this meeting from the vastly stronger position.

Blogger Dirk Manly July 04, 2018 3:35 PM  

And if Trump proposes an alliance (as it appears he did with Kim/NK), then he should be well-received.

Blogger The Surly Beaver July 04, 2018 3:51 PM  

Britain's primary foreign policy goal has always been about maintaining a balance of power in continental Europe. Thus they've always allied themselves against the dominant or potentially dominant European power. In the 16th-17th Century this was Spain. Then in the 18th and early 19th Century it was France. The Crimean War occurred because Russia threatened to upset the balance of power in Southern Europe. After the Franco-Prussian War Germany became the focus of British diplomatic efforts, and after WWII the Soviet Union replaced it. From the mid-19th Century until the mid-20th Century Anglo-Russian relations were also complicated by the fact that both empires were competitors expanding rapidly into central Asia. So for most of the past 500 years Russia and Britain haven't been competitors let alone enemies.

Blogger The Surly Beaver July 04, 2018 3:52 PM  

Britain's primary foreign policy goal has always been about maintaining a balance of power in continental Europe. Thus they've always allied themselves against the dominant or potentially dominant European power. In the 16th-17th Century this was Spain. Then in the 18th and early 19th Century it was France. The Crimean War occurred because Russia threatened to upset the balance of power in Southern Europe. After the Franco-Prussian War Germany became the focus of British diplomatic efforts, and after WWII the Soviet Union replaced it. From the mid-19th Century until the mid-20th Century Anglo-Russian relations were also complicated by the fact that both empires were competitors expanding rapidly into central Asia. So for most of the past 500 years Russia and Britain haven't been competitors let alone enemies.

Blogger DJT July 04, 2018 3:55 PM  

Russia's attempt to undermine the election.

>This meme

Blogger het1 July 04, 2018 4:08 PM  

@ The Surly Beaver

> Britain's primary foreign policy

Also Britain (at least in XIX century) were under strong Jews influence, who hated czar's Russia because of her "antisemit" politics.

> Putin's entire Make Russia Great Again strategy required $100+/bbl oil.

Oil?
Estonia has no oil. minimal salary in Estonia is about 470 euro.
Russia has MANY oil (and MANY gas also). minimal salary in Russia is about 140 euro. So is Putin's Make Russia Great Again.
Well, the second place of $-billiarders, I forgot:-(

Blogger Mr. Smith July 04, 2018 5:08 PM  

Meh... RP was freaking out over Trump and tariffs the other day. One day Paul is for our side the next he’s aiding globalism.

Blogger Mr. Smith July 04, 2018 5:13 PM  

About time Ron Paul jumped on the Trump Train for awhile, instead of bitching about free trade and the Wall.

Blogger CoolHand July 04, 2018 5:20 PM  

Judging by YouTube videos, most Russians could be dropped into rural MO and get on famously with we redneck folk.

I mean, substitute Budweiser for the vodka and those videos could be of any random Saturday night around here.

No reason to be enemies at all, we both love booze, tits, guns, dangerous mechanical contrivances, and fireworks of dubious origin.

The only reason you don't see more videos of rednecks having Russian-esque trouble on the highway is because we're all too poor and backward to figure out how to use a dashcam.

Blogger JaimeInTexas July 04, 2018 5:52 PM  

The Electoral College exists because it is the member States that choose the POTUS and VPOTUS. The EC is another proof that the States, former Colonies, created the Union, contrary to idiot Lincoln's nonsense.

Blogger Dirk Manly July 04, 2018 6:29 PM  

@69

"Meh... RP was freaking out over Trump and tariffs the other day. One day Paul is for our side the next he’s aiding globalism."

That's because

Communism is International (i.e. no borders, no tarrifs, globalist) Socialism

Libertarianism is International (no borders, no tarrifs, globalist) anti-Socialism.

Interesting that the introduction of BOTH philosophies were by (((certain people))).

Blogger Dirk Manly July 04, 2018 6:32 PM  

@71

"The only reason you don't see more videos of rednecks having Russian-esque trouble on the highway is because we're all too poor and backward to figure out how to use a dashcam."

Dashcams are absolutely essential in Russia if you want even the slightest hope of recovery for damages after an accident. Also, insurance is not required there, So, the logical choice is buy dashcam first... and in a few years, if you can afford some basic insurance, ... eh, probably not. Just keep the dashcam.

Remember, the Russian domestic economic structure is still pretty bizarro due to the still lingering effects from 70 years of Communism

Blogger Dirk Manly July 04, 2018 6:35 PM  

@72

"The EC is another proof that the States, former Colonies, created the Union, contrary to idiot Lincoln's nonsense."

You gotta admit, "Governemnt of the people, by the people, for the people" is effective rhetoric.

And when compared to the nobility/monarch systems of Europe, even a logical, analytical interpretation at the time would say that Lincoln was telling the truth.

Blogger JaimeInTexas July 04, 2018 7:18 PM  

Lincoln even stole those words ... after denying the very meaning of them. It was the people through their States that chose to assert that which was never ceded.
Do you know anything about the Constitutional Convention and the representatives call to amend the Articles? European momarchs' corruption had norhing on the CC and delegates.

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother July 04, 2018 7:26 PM  

Dirk Manly,

That political realignment is just about the most interesting part of the past two years for me. Aligning globalism with libertarianism in a seemingly effortless wave of the hand just fascinated me. No one would ever have put those two in the same box until Trump's magic revelatory powers were exerted on libertarians and libertarian philosophy.

Blogger Meimou July 04, 2018 8:02 PM  

Russia's attempt to undermine the election.

Still?

Blogger Sim1776 July 04, 2018 8:04 PM  

Excellent points, Dirk!

I never understood the animus towards Russia and especially Putin. It wasn't until I decided to dig deeper and realized that Bush 2 and Obama were merely doing the bidding of their (((masters))). May God bless Trump and Putin to have a breakthrough and massive thaw in relations. We're going to need real allies when China decides to take the panda mask off of the dragon.

Blogger Dirk Manly July 04, 2018 9:09 PM  

Thank you, Sim1776.

Do you play non-computer wargames?

Have you downloaded Vassal engine, and the modules for your favorite games?

Blogger JaimeInTexas July 04, 2018 10:37 PM  

Lincoln even stole those words ... after denying the very meaning of them. It was the people through their States that chose to assert that which was never ceded.
Do you know anything about the Constitutional Convention and the representatives call to amend the Articles? European momarchs' corruption had norhing on the CC and delegates.

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey July 04, 2018 11:10 PM  

@Bob kek mando
Yeah, that pic does not look convincing, to say the least. Schiff's connection to the Bolsheviks is well-established, but that photo is pretty shady. Schiff also financed the Japanese in the Russi-Japanese war (1905) of course. Armand Hammer was another influential (((capitocommunist))).

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey July 04, 2018 11:16 PM  

@Jew613
I've never understood the neocons Russia fixation

Lingering resentment over the conquest of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and the end of the arenda system? Still mad about the fall of the Khazar Empire?

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey July 04, 2018 11:23 PM  

@saintCrispee
B-b-b-but muh Russia conspiracy theory, tho! Lol

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey July 04, 2018 11:32 PM  

@saintCrispee

Yes, it's very sad that the deep state/ Obama-ordered electronic surveillance and infiltration of a outsider's political campaign pathetically failed to achieve its goal of throwing the election to Crooked Hillary. Womp womp.

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey July 04, 2018 11:41 PM  

@saintCrispee

Proof!?!

So you no longer have any objection to reasonable voter ID laws, like those found in every other semi-civilized country on the planet? Glad to hear it. You might want to inform some of your fellow shitlibs of your change of heart, though...

Blogger Avalanche July 05, 2018 7:39 AM  

@26 "Ten Million more people voted for someone other than Trump (55% of Americans voted for someone other than Trump.)"

Maybe, maybe not: but how many of THOSE were actually CITIZENS?!?!

Blogger Avalanche July 05, 2018 7:50 AM  

@52 "Likewise, even today, all a candidate would have to do is suck up to New York City, Chicago, and Los Angeles, to the detriment of the rest of the country, and still win.
And this would be THE pattern in every election."

Not even -- JUST LA county would wipe out the votes of EACH of the states in this graphic:

https://i.redd.it/92ajib6aw0001.jpg

All the states marked in blue have a smaller population than LA country. Remember this next time someone says we don't need the Electoral College!

Blogger Paul M July 05, 2018 8:28 AM  

The USA and the west was never an enemy of the nation of Russia. The USA was, however, an implacable enemy if international communism.

Why?

Because the explicitly-stated goal of international communism was the conquest of the world. The USA opposed this first, because communism is a bad idea; and second, out of the repugnance that any free people feels at the notion of being conquered.

And this does not change should the people attempting to conquer the world be doing it in the name of a religion. Islam is as much an enemy to all free peoples as communism ever was, and for the same reason. Its method is war, and its goal - explicitly stated by its founders, continually reinforced and repeated by its followers - is to conquer the world.

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey July 05, 2018 9:41 AM  

Ron Paul sent out a pretty dank meme the other day, too:

https://mobile.twitter.com/PatBlanchfield/status/1013808908027219968/photo/1

Blogger Dirk Manly July 05, 2018 11:49 AM  

Looks like Pat Blanchfield is about to have a complete and utter meltdown.

His crying SJW response to Ron Paul's tweet:

"jesus fucking christ man"

https://mobile.twitter.com/PatBlanchfield/status/1013808908027219968

Blogger Ominous Cowherd July 05, 2018 12:23 PM  

saintCrispee wrote:1/3 of all Clinton votes were illegal???

That's probably a low estimate. It's a safe bet that all the illegals who voted voted for Crooked Hillary. If only half the illegals voted, that would be at least 20 million. Odds are that many of them voted more than once, as well.

Americans didn't vote for Hillary (see how I'm going all Civ Nat for this argument?). She got the Leftist vote and the illegal vote. Without the various forms of fraud, she probably wouldn't have had even 40% of the popular vote.

Blogger OneWingedShark July 05, 2018 1:40 PM  

Mr. Smith wrote:Meh... RP was freaking out over Trump and tariffs the other day. One day Paul is for our side the next he’s aiding globalism.
I can't recall Ron Paul ever being for globalism.

Ominous Cowherd wrote:saintCrispee wrote:1/3 of all Clinton votes were illegal???

That's probably a low estimate. It's a safe bet that all the illegals who voted voted for Crooked Hillary. If only half the illegals voted, that would be at least 20 million. Odds are that many of them voted more than once, as well.

Americans didn't vote for Hillary (see how I'm going all Civ Nat for this argument?). She got the Leftist vote and the illegal vote. Without the various forms of fraud, she probably wouldn't have had even 40% of the popular vote.

This is probably very close to the truth: there's a reason that the powers-that-be are dead-set against voter-ID, immigration enforcement, and cleaning the voter-rolls.

Blogger Mr. Smith July 05, 2018 2:53 PM  

@OneWingedShark Giving aid and supporting globalism are two different things. Didn’t say Ron Paul supports globalism. Did say RP is giving aid to globalism with his attacks on Trump and tarrifs.

Blogger Dirk Manly July 06, 2018 3:12 PM  

Libertarianism is no-borders, no-tarrifs (i.e. globalist) anti-socialism.

Communism is no-borders, no tarrifs (i.e. globalist) socialism.

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