Friday, January 31, 2020

Happy Brexit!

Congratulations to the British people, who are once again sovereign and free of their would-be masters on the continent.



Blogger Tom January 31, 2020 8:05 PM  

Congo-Rats Britain!

Blogger van helsing January 31, 2020 8:12 PM  

cant barrage the farage

Blogger Nikolai Collushnikov January 31, 2020 8:16 PM  

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Blogger brbrophy January 31, 2020 8:18 PM  

It's kind of weird. Is Wales considered it own nation? Is Scotland sovereign? I'm happy they're going in the right direction, but also screw the Brits until they respect the sovereignty of others. The Brits are like, "Yay national sovereignty, sort of!"

Blogger Stephen January 31, 2020 8:29 PM

Blogger KPKinSunnyPhiladelphia January 31, 2020 8:46 PM  

Well, not quite yet.

We have a one year period which is more or less status quo as the EU and the UK negotiate some sort of trade arrangement.

I will say this -- the EU's Michel Barnier is a very good negotiator. Boris and his team will have to sit down with him and come to some agreement. What will that look like?

In a negotiation, beware of the opposite for whom almost ANY alternative is bad.

And for Barnier, and the EU, if they negotiate a mutually satisfactory deal, then other nations might say, "Hey, if Britain can do it, we can do it too! And then the whole enterprise starts to unravel, as one after another kissed the EU goodbye.

On the other hand, if Barnier continues his hard-ass negotiation approach, other nations are going to say, "Wow, this EU is REALLY authoritarian, incredibly autocratic, and will punish and abuse you if you step out of line."

So it's really up to Boris and Dominic Cummings to negotiate these treacherous shoals. Because the EU with Britain leaving is a wounded animal, in a corner, teeth bared, and not, as you might imagine, in a good mood.

It's going to be hard. VERY hard.

The solution? It's both simple, and profoundly difficult. You have to decide to kill the animal. Britain must negotiate to kill the EU, even if you get wounded. Kill it. Don't say, 'nice doggie, we can get along." Forget it.

Kill it.

Blogger Doktor Jeep January 31, 2020 8:47 PM  

It's going to be a saltalanche on the mainland.
Italy will be next.

Blogger bramley January 31, 2020 8:51 PM  

Thank you! I'm so very pleased to have witnessed the beginning of our country's new future with thousands of other normal patriotic humans, not sat at home crying into a glass of Casillero del Diablo like a soggy little Grauniad baby.

Blogger Guitar Man January 31, 2020 8:51 PM  

Are you screeching tonight? The train is fine.

Blogger Tom January 31, 2020 8:58 PM  

Sod off, EU swampies

Blogger My Dead Gramps January 31, 2020 8:59 PM  

About damned time

Blogger Up from the pond January 31, 2020 9:05 PM  

Hail Britannia!

Now if only America could withdraw from Europe. Getting the heck out of Germany would be a good start for us.

Blogger Shane Bradman January 31, 2020 9:12 PM  

It took a while but they've finally done it! God Bless everyone who helped make it happen.

Blogger bodenlose Schweinerei January 31, 2020 9:20 PM  

Is Wales considered it own nation? Is Scotland sovereign? I'm happy they're going in the right direction, but also screw the Brits until they respect the sovereignty of others.

Sounds a lot like the diversity crowd moaning about how they deserve "RESPECT!". The Scots had a freakin' vote and voted to stay, so why the whining? Put up or shut up.

Blogger Jose Miguel January 31, 2020 9:22 PM  

Congrats old country boys, keep winning!

Blogger Out of Nod January 31, 2020 9:24 PM  

Congratulations to our brethren in Great Britain!

Blogger Up from the pond January 31, 2020 9:32 PM  

Step #1: Brexit.

Step #2: Wogs back to Calais.

Step #3: Rebuild the fleet.

Step #4: Benny Hill: The Motion Picture.

Step #5: Strip Charles of everything.

Step #6: Give Merkel 48 hours.

Step #7: Posthumous Mosley knighthood.

Step #8: School uniforms for private school students, MUST include Union Jack.

There is more, it will be revealed at later time.

Blogger brbrophy January 31, 2020 9:35 PM  

@bodenlose Schweinerei the Scots did have a vote to leave and voted to leave. However, their votes were outnumbered by English nationals living in Scotland. I put up so now you should shut up.

Blogger tublecane January 31, 2020 9:37 PM  

That image makes it look like they're still linked. Why not just blast the St. George cross?

Blogger Nathan Hornok January 31, 2020 9:46 PM  

I'm Jealous. Looking forward to the day we have a Wyomexit, Montanexit, Californexit, Utexit, etc. Or something like it.

Blogger Houston January 31, 2020 9:52 PM  

The nations, not so blest as thee,
Must, in their turns, to tyrants fall;
While thou shalt flourish great and free,
The dread and envy of them all.
"Rule, Britannia! rule the waves:
"Britons never will be slaves."

Still more majestic shalt thou rise,
More dreadful, from each foreign stroke;
As the loud blast that tears the skies,
Serves but to root thy native oak.
"Rule, Britannia! rule the waves:
"Britons never will be slaves."

Thee haughty tyrants ne'er shall tame:
All their attempts to bend thee down,
Will but arouse thy generous flame;
But work their woe, and thy renown.
"Rule, Britannia! rule the waves:
"Britons never will be slaves."

Blogger tublecane January 31, 2020 9:56 PM  

@4- Well, they conquered those peoples a while ago, and we all know the U.K. is an empire. But you could say--and I do--that the U.S. is a fake nation so long as it holds onto its own states by force. Yet I shall NEVER use that as an excuse to make it beholden to extra-national powers.

Blogger pdwalker January 31, 2020 10:02 PM  

All the true British people need to keep the politicians feet to the fire.

Blogger TheGhostlyOne January 31, 2020 10:02 PM  

“Is Wales considered it own nation? Is Scotland sovereign? I'm happy they're going in the right direction, but also screw the Brits until they respect the sovereignty of others.”

Can they get freed from the Nigerians, Pakistanis, Hindus, and (((World Healers))) first?

Blogger TheGhostlyOne January 31, 2020 10:03 PM  

Black Pill types who said it was impossible, should reflect on this day.

Blogger Sam Gem January 31, 2020 10:10 PM  

>Britain's prime minister didn't want it.
>Leader of the opposition didn't want it.
>Most of the Tory party did. want it.
>Practically all of the Labour party didn't want it.
>Literally 100% of LibDems didn't want it.
>Literally 100% of the SNP didn't want it.
>Literally 100% of Plain Cyrnru didn't want it.
>Literally 100% of the Greens didn't want it.
>Hollande didn't want it. >Merkel didn't want it.
>Obama didn't want it. >Trudeau did. want it.
>Le epic liberal celebrities like John Oliver, Stephen Colbert
and John Stewart didn't want it.
>Goldman Sachs didn't want it.
>JP Morgan didn't want it.
>George Soros did. want it
>A shitload of other banks and globalist financiers did. want it.
>People that label everything racist didn't want it.
>The overwhelming majority of elitist out of touch assholes in the media didn't want it.

But your lads having a pint down at the pub wanted it.

Your barber down the street wanted it.

Your local plumber fixing your pipes wanted it.

The man driving you on the bus wanted it.

The people wanted it, lads.

And the people won.

Blogger Diogenes January 31, 2020 10:16 PM  

@23: They'd probably be better served setting their politicians ON fire.

That aside, may Britain begin her long walk back towards God after this day.

Blogger Kiwi January 31, 2020 10:17 PM  

The motherland, freed from her chains!

Who would have thought the barmy army still had it in them, go the poms!

Blogger weka January 31, 2020 10:18 PM  

#9. Abolish the Supreme Court, and every other Blairite reform.
#10. Require all in Holy Orders to sign the 57 articles and celibacy or holy matrimony.

Blogger sammibandit January 31, 2020 10:20 PM  

VD, this is a pivotal moment in the first quarter of the century. Some say that the pace of a century is set by the first ~20 years and if so this first verse of this great song is leading into a heckuva good second verse.

Not even 50 total years in the EU was reached in what must be a crushing blow of crushing blows to the Prometheans. How do you think ~2025 to 2050 will unfold for them?

Blogger PH January 31, 2020 10:21 PM  

A few years ago the Scotts had a referendum on Independence and voted against. As for the Welsh, according to opinion polls there is no support for Independence.

Blogger Azimus January 31, 2020 10:25 PM  

Rule, Britannia!

Blogger Azimus January 31, 2020 10:26 PM  

The EU will make it very hard on them I think.

How do we support the English people?

Blogger xevious2030 January 31, 2020 10:29 PM  

Congratulations, and cheers!

Blogger weka January 31, 2020 10:35 PM  


Blogger Ransom Smith January 31, 2020 10:39 PM  

I'm Jealous. Looking forward to the day we have a Wyomexit, Montanexit, Californexit, Utexit, etc. Or something like it.
I think you mean Southexit.
At least two of those states, California and Utah, made their bed.
Time to sleep in it.

Blogger pyrrhus January 31, 2020 10:44 PM  

Now the USA needs IsraelExit, and to throw all dual citizens who don't renounce out of the country.....

Blogger Angantyr January 31, 2020 10:47 PM  

pdwalker wrote:...need to keep the politicians feet to the fire.

Feet "to" the fire? How about IN the fire - would serve as a powerful object lesson...

Blogger Newscaper312 January 31, 2020 10:48 PM  

Almost merits a St. Crispian's Day type speech.

BTW - Trump signed exec order declaring a national public health emergency, first steps on shutting down incoming travel.

Blogger Lazarus January 31, 2020 10:54 PM  

brbrophy wrote:It's kind of weird. Is Wales considered it own nation? Is Scotland sovereign? I'm happy they're going in the right direction, but also screw the Brits until they respect the sovereignty of others. The Brits are like, "Yay national sovereignty, sort of!"

All in good time. As for the Scots, they fear sovereignty like the plague, or a famine.

Blogger Thad Tuiol January 31, 2020 10:54 PM  

Fuckin' finally! Well done Brits on finding your balls after several decades of having mislaid them.

Blogger cecilhenry January 31, 2020 11:05 PM  

What amusing, and telling, about the Remoaners is how they envision what Brexit means.

They think it means Britain is not part of Europe, or hostile to Europe, or hates other nations, or does want good relations with outsiders.

Of course none of that necessarily applies.

So what are the Remoaners actually complaining about?

1. That Britain has its own identity and independence and by extension and separateness for anyone else and

2. They are really expressing their love for a type of bureaucracy and the control and regulation of citizens that must flow from that.

Fundamentally, they love a bureaucracy.

AT heart it is a love of BABEL.

What sane person loves a bureaucracy--- and thinks the solution to problems comes through such rigid control??


Britain is still in Europe, always will be. Boundaries do not imply hatred except when the one complaining about them is projecting.

'Long live a bureaucracy' is something only the most blinded and soul corrupted people could ever want.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash January 31, 2020 11:08 PM  

brbrophy wrote:It's kind of weird. Is Wales considered it own nation? Is Scotland sovereign?
A nation is a people. The Welsh are their own nation as is Scotland. Most of the Welsh are happy with their federation with the English. Most Scots are not.
Scotland hasn't been sovereign since their aristocracy traded their sovereignty for debt relief after the collapse of the Darien Scheme.

Blogger artensoll January 31, 2020 11:09 PM  

They were never going to win. They never understood how strongly we feel about it. One of my first memories is of sitting at my father's knee in the 70s learning how the country had been deceived into voting our freedom away. I have longed for this my whole life and I am not the only one.

It's been emotional.

Blogger John Best. January 31, 2020 11:32 PM  

Its really very strange how downhearted the media is in Britain yesterday. Just totally low energy.

Blogger The Pitchfork Rebel January 31, 2020 11:38 PM  


"The motherland, freed from her chains!"

Still have the NHS and the rest of their "swamp", and the Mohammedan invaders.

Still a great first step, and to be celebrated

Blogger Shield up sword swinging pipes blasting January 31, 2020 11:56 PM  

Holy Christ almighty, I never thought this would happen. The feel good factor is pretty high right now. God Bless you all. Rule Britannia and dare I say... God Save the Queen!!!

Blogger nswhorse February 01, 2020 12:04 AM  

I note the alt retards aren't happy. They want a European Union, just led by pan-European racists instead of globalists.

Blogger Shane Bradman February 01, 2020 12:10 AM  

@4. Wales hasn't been sovereign for 800 years, and it's very unlikely that they will be sovereign in the next 800 years.

Blogger phunktor February 01, 2020 2:45 AM  

The AP has concerns. many many many concerns. Doom rushes towards us.Because reasons.

Blogger Wazdakka February 01, 2020 4:49 AM  

Lazarus wrote:All in good time. As for the Scots, they fear sovereignty like the plague, or a famine.

You may not be wrong. The fear of Scotland becoming another failed socialist state may have affected some voters.

Blogger Sargent.matrim February 01, 2020 4:53 AM  

So good.

Blogger KBuff February 01, 2020 4:59 AM  

Congrats! May we be so fortunate to have the same attitude.

Blogger Twisted Root February 01, 2020 5:23 AM  

It's kind of weird. Is Wales considered it own nation? Is Scotland sovereign? I'm happy they're going in the right direction, but also screw the Brits until they respect the sovereignty of others. The Brits are like, "Yay national sovereignty, sort of!"

Pity the Scots and the Welsh. They cannot be permitted their independence for it would de facto create the one true horror - English independence.

Blogger Brett baker February 01, 2020 6:42 AM  

How is Irish independence working out for the Irish?

Blogger Brett baker February 01, 2020 6:48 AM  

Like certain other groups, the Scots really like white people around to keep the lights on.

Blogger MNW February 01, 2020 6:56 AM  

Calexit would be nice.

Blogger wreckage February 01, 2020 7:04 AM  

Britain consists of Scotland, England and Wales, but in terms of ethnicity you also need to add Cornwall, which is another distinct Celtic nation. The Scots might want independence but the Welsh and Cornish are fairly content with leaving administrative nonsense to the Anglos.

Blogger DiogenesCynic February 01, 2020 7:04 AM  

Thanks for the good wishes from America. This is an historic but mainly symbolic moment. The work of regaining actual control and eliminating the EU influence can now begin in earnest. It will be opposed by the same Establishment forces that resisted Brexit all along, so there is still a real danger of achieving only a fake Brexit.

What Britain has left is not what it joined. That was a trading arrangement, which by way of creating a Common Market proceeded to standardise requirements for manufacture and professional standards to make it easier for people from one country to work in the others. This was comparable to the economic aspects of the United States. However that became a means of bureaucratic control, eliminating local identities and by taking precedence over national laws, enabled an un-elected gang of crooks and commies, close to Soros and his (((ilk))) to swamp all of Europe with Muslim invaders to destroy white identity and civilisations. Our lefties would have brought in some of these blacks and muzzrats anyway, but the dominance of the EU made it far worse, extorting financial contributions used to finance our own destruction.

The best help that Americans can give to Britain is to pursue their own liberation from similar interests, and to restrain their government from attempting to force the sale of more over-priced, under-performing and unnecessary military junk like the F-35 on the UK.

Blogger Griffin the Grey February 01, 2020 7:14 AM  

The 'Brits' includes both the Welsh and the Scots. It is up to them in what way they 'respect' their own national sovereignty and whether they wish to be in union with other nations.

As to the English, they do respect the Welsh and Scottish nations and their right to be independent. Some English want unions with one or both of these nations, whilst others are against such unions. The vast majority would respect any decision by either of these nations to separate themselves from England. In the case of Scotland a great many of the English are more keen on their separation from England than the average Scot.

Beyond this, that the English and the Welsh have been amongst the first to make significant strides forward in the global trend of marching against the globalists is a cause to be celebrated. We have won a victory. It is not the time for the black coloured cyanide capsule of cynicism and complaints.

Blogger Uncle John's Band February 01, 2020 7:33 AM  

"How do we support the English people?"

Supposedly Ross is working on a massive trade deal. There is an opportunity to help economically while really putting the screws to the EU. Who knows? Time will tell, but I suspect Trump would like the former.

Blogger David February 01, 2020 7:41 AM  

I never thought this day would come. Ordinary folks have beaten the political and media establishment. However, there is a long way to go yet.

Blogger tuberman February 01, 2020 7:50 AM  

Congratulations! A big nail in the EU's coffin.

Blogger Akulkis February 01, 2020 7:54 AM  

"How is Irish independence working out for the Irish?"

Nobody's sober enough to make such an evaluation.

Blogger Balkan Yankee February 01, 2020 8:19 AM  

Indomitable Albion, we salute you. And Nigel and Boris too.

Blogger KeaponLaffin February 01, 2020 9:18 AM  

Britain is not in Europe. They're an island. Me GF is English first, British second and European never. That's why they call it The Continent.

Rule Britannia! My congrats to our brothers across the pond.

Also y'all got the trifecta in the modern age. WW1, WW2 and brexit. Three wars against Europe, still standing proud.

Blogger lowercaseb February 01, 2020 12:04 PM  

the Welsh have everything they want in the union. Their national identity, their language for those who want to use it, their customs and traditions while stile reaping the benefit of being part of a greater union.

Rule Britannia, rule Tom Jones!

Blogger artensoll February 01, 2020 12:12 PM  

@66. "Britain is not in Europe. They're an island. Me GF is English first, British second and European never. That's why they call it The Continent."


Blogger LR27 February 01, 2020 1:29 PM  

I had been thinking for a long time that infogalactic news just needed a field that said “Brexit yet” and a little “no” beside it instead of all the news about delay this and that.

Blogger WillBound February 01, 2020 1:32 PM  

As far as the Welsh and Scots are concerned, they both have their own parliament and are over-represented in the United Kingdom parliament at Westminster. The English do not have their own parliament, and are under-represented at Westminster. The Queen is more Scottish than English, and of the last six Prime Ministers three have been Scottish.

As a patriotic Englishman whose ancestors fought unsuccessfully to keep the Scots out of England (the Scots king took over our crown), it's English independence that concerns me.

Blogger Polemicist February 01, 2020 5:06 PM  

It is a turning point.

We must ensure it leads not towards a 'global Britain' but away from one.

As the barmaid in my local pub put it after the referendum: "I voted leave for one reason only - to get rid of all the ****ing foreigners!"

She certainly wasn't alone.

Blogger Ant_B February 01, 2020 6:09 PM  

Up the reds (Liverpool) and hopefully my city will get back to having a decent future with Superport status.

Blogger VFM #7634 February 01, 2020 6:56 PM  

As the barmaid in my local pub put it after the referendum: "I voted leave for one reason only - to get rid of all the ****ing foreigners!"

She certainly wasn't alone.

Okay, so that stuck it to the Europeans, but next up you have the Indians, Nigerians, and Pakistanis.

Blogger VFM #7634 February 01, 2020 7:02 PM  

@70 WillBound

I learned recently that what drove the stake into the Soviet Union was when Russia seceded from it, and that Russia felt (justifiably) that the other republics were leaching off it.

England, Russia, and white Americans, being the "default" nations within their respective groupings, end up being the sugar daddies with no special rights, but only obligations.

Blogger Korbin Ransley February 01, 2020 10:08 PM  

Outstanding! Cheers, and Congratulations. Happy Brexit! 🙂

Blogger WillBound February 02, 2020 4:58 AM  

@74. VFM #7634. In the last couple of years I've been in both Armenia and Georgia and I'd say that sugar daddy or no sugar daddy they just like having their own independence. Even though both Stalin and Beria were Georgians, the Georgians got no special favours.

And one is constantly reminded by the Georgians that 20% of Georgia is still under Russian occupation.

Little known fact: the border between Armenia and Turkey is policed by Russian border troops. Make of that what you will.

Blogger Akulkis February 02, 2020 1:23 PM  


"I learned recently that what drove the stake into the Soviet Union was when Russia seceded from it, and that Russia felt (justifiably) that the other republics were leaching off it."

That's half true.

First, one must remember what Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn tells us in "200 Years Together", his book of modern history of the Jews in Russia -- The Supreme Soviet Politburo was overwhelmingly filled with members of a certain (((anti-Christian minority))).

Yes, Boris Yeltsin, who was Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the Russian SFSR (Federal Socialist Soviet Republic) (nota bene: "soviet" mean council or board in Russian), pulled Russia out of the Soviet Union, and so Mikhail Gorbechev, who was vacationing down by the Black Sea, woke up one morning to find out that not only did he not rule over all of the de facto Russian Empire which what the Soviet Union was by that time, but that the government he was in charge of didn't even exit any more.

However, it's not fair to say that the rest of the Soviet Union was leaching off of Russia, although the effect was the same. The Central Politburo, in their either infinite economic ignorance, or more likely economic (((malice towards Russians))), had set up a system which was the exact opposite of mercantilism. Russia was primarily producing raw materials, and exporting the majority of it to not only the rest of the Soviet Union, but even to the rest of the Warsaw Pact, whereup the overwhelming bulk of the raw materials were turned into manufactured goods and then sold back to Russia. All of the high-value processes were being done outside of Russia, while Russia primarily retained only weapons-related industries -- automotive/tank/aerospace, electronics/computing, optics, watchmaking, while non-defense industries such as consumer goods were overwhelmingly being imported. Video games are an oddity in that they are consumer oriented, but were Russian made as they came out of the defense-related computer-circuitry establishment.

Russia was the loser in this system, in that if a Russian wanted to go into the manufacturing sector there was an artificial scarcity of these sorts of jobs within Russia (similar to what the United States is experiencing right now.... what a Kohencidence!) Now, Russian technical institutes and universities continued to run departments appropriate for those sorts of skills and knowledge, but to actually work in those sectors, the graduates would then have to move to either the "near abroad" (Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Belorussia, Ukraine or one of the other SFSRs, or to one of the Warsaw Pact countries) OR figure out how to defect to Japan, Australia, or the West.

This causes a continuous "brain drain," and of course, lots of friction between the host countries and the Russian transplants forming ex-pat communities -- and this is a problem in those various countries which is still ongoing today.

part 1/2

Blogger Akulkis February 02, 2020 1:29 PM  

part 2/2

Since high school, I had studied the Soviet Union, on a simple "know your enemy" basis if nothing more, and I could not understand it. Especially the Red Terror... Tens of millions of Russians killed AFTER the Communists had taken over, most without trial, or even official arrest. On a typical morning, the Cheka in any one large city would execute more citizens in or just outside their own homes than all of those executed under the czars for the previous 400 years, including and past "Ivan the Terrible". The "famine" in Ukraine (aka "The Breadbasket of Europe" with black topsoil 10 FEET thick) which was nothing of the sort but rather government officials coming in and literally stealing every ounce of food they could find. Replacing proficient railroad personnel, from road-bed crews to train crews all the way up, with farmers. None of it made any sense. Why would the Russians do all of this savagely violent idiocy TO THEMSELVES? It didn't make any sense at all. As Churchill said about the Soviet Union "A riddle inside a mystery inside an enigma." Now the full quote is interesting, as part of a speech on October 1, 1939 (less than a month after Germany invaded Poland, and 2 weeks after, unknownst to the west, the Soviet Red Army had invaded Poland from the east), these the opening paragraph of the speech, in which he says "Russia" but is obviously referring to the Soviet Union.

"I cannot forecast to you the action of Russia. It is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma; but perhaps there is a key. That key is Russian national interest. It cannot be in accordance with the interest of the safety of Russia that Germany should plant itself upon the shores of the Black Sea, or that it should overrun the Balkan States and subjugate the Slavonic peoples of south eastern Europe, That would be contrary to the historic life-interests of Russia."

The first half of that quote also provides an insight into the paradoxes of what was happening INSIDE the Soviet Union. The key IS national interest, but it wasn't RUSSIAN national interest, it was JEWISH (in this case Ashkenazi) national interest. And creating chaos among the Russians, ALL ACROSS Russia, and scattering many of their best minds (outside of the military & espionage hardware industries) all over the "near abroad" was definitely part of that.

Yeltsin was a nationalist, and he secretly formed an alliance of other nationalist leaders from the other FSFR's, and rather than performing a coup, he didn't just "deplatform" Mikhail Gorbechev and all of the others in the (((Supreme Soviet Politburo))), he literally eliminated their entire platform. It would be as if, in one day, the governor of EVERY state of the United States suddenly proclaimed their independence from Washington, D.C.
There would be no resulting repeat of the "Union vs Rebels" civil war, as there would be no Union army fighting to keep the rebellious states in the union.

This is the key to understanding EVERYTHING about Russia after the Reds defeated the Whites in the Civil War until the attempted coup where (((they))) tried to remove Yeltsin as President as a first step to reviving the Soviet Union, as well as the rise of the (((oligarchs))) and the role played by the (((Ivy League Economic Advisors))) in the 1990's. Like Yeltsin, Putin is a nationalist. And he's fighting a rather silent internal war against the (((oligarchs))) just as Trump is fighting an internal war against our own Swamp/Cabal, which is also has overabundant representations from the (((anti-healers of the world))).

Blogger Akulkis February 02, 2020 1:36 PM  

"Little known fact: the border between Armenia and Turkey is policed by Russian border troops. Make of that what you will."

This would have been "Soviet Union" border troops, the administration of such being in Moscow, which after the Soviet Union was dissolved, would have gradually turned into "Russian" border troops.

My guess is that the Armenians never demanded that the Russian troops be withdrawn (as it's one less expense in the Armenian budget), and frankly, my guess is that they consider the Russian troops to be better educated, better paid, better equipped (radios, etc.) and less easily bribed than their own troops would be, and because they are sitting on a border between two societies which are rather antagonistic to each other, with neither side being ones who will come to their rescue, much less likely to cause a border incident than Armenian border guards.

What does Russia get out of this (in addition to whatever fee the Armenians pay to Russia)? a good high-stress, real-world training environment for their own personnel.

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