Somehow this Seems Appropriate

May 9, 2017

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34 Responses to “Somehow this Seems Appropriate”

  1. vierotchka Says:

    Luckily, Russia will be there to save the day and your asses, yet again!

    • stephengn1 Says:

      Because Putin is a lot like Stalin?

      • vierotchka Says:

        Nope, because Russians are extremely brave and excellent soldiers. Go fuck yourself with your Putin insults.


        • Here’s a hint, Rotchy….when you are a covert Russian troll, it would be wise not to defend either Russia or Putin.

          Tell your boss he/she is a stupid buffoon if he is insisting that you do this.

        • schwadevivre Says:

          Sorry but Putin is closing on Hitler’s record for killing Russian peoples.

          He sponsors terrorism is Ukraine and the Baltic States has those who oppose him are killed.

          He is a standard dictator – and wants the same in the rest of the world.

          Indeed how long before he calls himself Tsar of all the Russias

          • webej Says:

            Tsar — this will take a very long time.
            The idea that Putin is closing in on Hitler’s record (6 million Jews, 20 million Russians at least, and many millions more) is crazy enough to merit a psychiatric evaluation. In the Ukraine, it is the mad dogs from Kiev that are shelling apartment buildings in in the cities that hosted the European Soccer Championship not too long ago, not Russians, who happen to be the targets. Perhaps you can come up with 3 terror acts that have been traced back to Putin by evidence, instead of jumping straight to millions.

          • schwadevivre Says:

            Your problem is that the vast majority of Russians who perished in the Great Patriotic War were killed by Stalin.

          • vierotchka Says:

            Absolute unmitigated bullshit. It seems that you’ve got a rotten cauliflower for brains!

          • jpcowdrey Says:

            schwadevivre, You’re wrong about that. Most of the Russians killed by Stalin died before the war during the purge of the Communist Party and as a consequence of famine, for which Stalin was only indirectly responsible. Unless you’re talking about military incompetence.

        • jpcowdrey Says:

          If you mean by ‘extremely brave and excellent soldiers’ they are willing to die like flies because their General Officers tend to eschew tactics for flooding the field with bodies regardless of how well equipped they may be, you may have a point.

          • vierotchka Says:

            But that simply is not the case, your sick hatred-filled wet-dream notwithstanding.

          • jpcowdrey Says:

            vierotchka,

            You might want to read up on WWII.

          • vierotchka Says:

            Oh but I have done so, in depth and in four languages, and not from the mendacious Amercian perspective like you obviously have, dearie.

            Furthermore, my father, my mother, two of my brothers and my sister fought in WWII, I got a great deal of information from them – especially from my father who was an officer in the UK’s Intelligence Corps.


    • 😮😂😂😂

      Rotchy, Russia’s glory days are long over.

      • vierotchka Says:

        Russia’s glory days are only just beginning, you silly little neocon sock puppet. Meanwhile, the US Empire is rotting at the core and collapsing.

        • jpcowdrey Says:

          If the oligarchs and their corrupt Kremlin enablers can be discouraged from laundering their profits from extractive industries through shady Cypriot banks into exclusive Florida real estate and New York office buildings, for example, and instead actually invest in the Russian people, Russia may stand a chance of becoming a sustainable society, someday.

          • vierotchka Says:

            Those fifth-columnist oligarchs and their fifth-columnists enablers in the Kremlin are being dealt with, have no fear. Russia is already very much a sustainable society. Your ignorance is astounding, as is your extreme gullibility and credulity which has led you to believe all that ludicrous and mendacious propaganda.


  2. Yup. It certainly does seem appropriate. Especially today.

  3. philip6464 Says:

    The overwhelming majority of deaths in the Syrian civil war have occurred as a result not of ground combat, or even starvation, but of bombing by Syrian and Russian warplanes. 100,000s of civilians have died in these air raids. “The respect of the Syrian people?”. What a sick joke that is.

      • vierotchka Says:

        That website is a propaganda website run by the so-called moderate opposition which consists mostly of terrorists. It spreads lies and false news.

      • vierotchka Says:

        The source of the ‘civilian’ death claims comes almost exclusively from the Islamist groups themselves, or ‘activists’ embedded with them. Those claims are then magnified by the western media and by some human rights NGOs which are effectively ‘embedded’ with western governments’ foreign policies. Casualty numbers are typically provided by the British-based ‘Syrian Observatory on Human Rights’ (SOHR 2015), the British-based Syrian Network for Human Rights (SN4HR 2015), or the Istanbul-based Violation Documentation Center in Syria (VDC 2015; Masi 2015). All these centres are allied to the Islamist gangs, but usually maintain some public distance from ISIL. The VDC has listed some ISIL causalities in Syria as ‘martyrs’ for the revolution (see Sterling 2015b). However my main point is that they are all partisan voices, sectarian Islamists committed to overthrow of the secular state and highly motivated to vilify and lie about the Syrian Army. VDC has no credibility whatsoever. So, are you proud of collaborating with Islamist terrorism?

        • jpcowdrey Says:

          Using partisan propagandists like Global Research and Dissident Voice acting in an echo chamber as a counter to rigorous VDC stats and methodology is hardly convincing. Especially when they make errors like saying the VDC is ‘Istanbul-based when they work out of Geneva Switzerland.

          DV proclaims without a cogent reference, “For example, they divide fatalities into two overall groups: “Martyrs” and “Regime Fatalities”. You can read the VDC reports yourself and discover this is utterly false.

          • vierotchka Says:

            They most certainly do not work out of Geneva. My sources are infinitely more reliable than your shit sources, that’s for sure. So, you are collaborating with Islamist terrorists, does that make you feel good?

          • jpcowdrey Says:

            Darling, I have no sources of my own, shit or otherwise. When I research something, I look at many sources, not just the partisan sources I find most agreeable to my personal prejudices. I then make my humble attempts to apply critical reasoning to the matter. I find that is a useful methodology. I highly recommend it.

    • webej Says:

      This is a ridiculous claim. Don’t see any statistics about how many children and innocents en route IS and the moderate opposition blew up last month. Everywhere civilians try to break out of “opposition” controlled areas to government controlled areas, because they are safe on the other side, especially if they do not belong to the Sunni Arab majority. People in opposition areas are hostages, and hunger is a big problem. The idea that the war has been fought mostly from the air would make it a first in the history of warfare. Barrel bombs are not particularly destructive ordinance, they are in fact rather ineffective third rate ammunition, and Assad would much prefer using American humanitarian precision bombs, like the ones making mince meat of the population trapped in Mosul [effectively censored from the news, but UN statistics for Oct and Nov showed >4000 casualties /month, before the current offensive really got underway].
      Do some homework. It is not a civil war, participants come from more than 60 countries (ISIL) and for the “coalition” more than 26 countries are participating. The US is one of the belligerants, even though they have not declared a war of detailed a casus belli.

  4. Glenn Martin Says:

    There was a cartoon where someone asked how bad things could get and the reply was “Nazis riding dinosaurs bad”.

  5. neilrieck Says:

    All kidding aside, the original movie titled “Iron Sky” was hilarious. In one scene the camera is flying over a large swastika-shaped building on the moon while the American president (who looks a lot like Sarah Palin) obsessively works out on a stair-climber in the White House.

    On a different note, how many here have watched the new Hulu series “the Handmaid’s Tale”? (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt5834204/). Synopsis: Set in a dystopian future, a woman is forced to live as a concubine under a fundamentalist theocratic dictatorship.

    Apparently the books “the Handmaid’s Tale” as well as George Orwell’s “1984” have been flying off the shelves all over the world ever since the American Presidential Primaries. Not sure if what I am about to type is factual, but I heard some discussion on CBC-radio about how “the Handmaid’s Tale” was revived into this TV program (it’s shown on Bravo in Canada; Hulu in the USA). Apparently, young European students were studying the book in class while hearing burbs during the American presidential debates about “the importance of religion” and “grabbing them by the pussy” which prompted some to wonder how close this dystopian story was from the fact. (not exactly the same as believing that “the war of the worlds” radio program was real but you get the idea)


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