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Monday, March 28, 2022

Highlights of the News

ITEM 1: Heavy reported 5,000 people attended Trump's rally on Saturday night in Commerce, Georgia, population 7,387.

Liz Harrington said attendance was 25,000 to 35,000.

Meanwhile, the New York Daily News reported, "Biden shares pizza lunch with GI's near Ukraine front line."

Ukraine front line? They were in Poland.

And as for sharing pizza, well he sat at their table if that counts.

ITEM 2: The National Post gushed, "Reformed Toronto 18 terror plotter given green light to become a licensed lawyer.

"Saad Gaya 'made terrible mistakes as a young man. His long and hard journey back deserves recognition,' Ontario's Law Society Tribunal decided."

Eric Utter reported, "In 2006, Saad Gaya — and more than a dozen other radical Islamists — planned to detonate bombs throughout Toronto, Canada’s largest city. Blessedly, the plot was foiled in a national security operation. Gaya was arrested while unloading what he believed to be ammonium nitrate for making truck bombs. The al-Qaeda-inspired plot was purportedly to target the Toronto Stock Exchange, the Parliament, Canada’s spy agency, and a military base, among other venues. Gaya and his accomplices planned to take political hostages. And behead various Canadian leaders including the Prime Minister.

"In 2009, Gaya pleaded guilty to the commission of an offense for a terrorist group. He was sentenced to serve 18 years in prison. However, he was released on parole after only 10 years, finishing his sentence in 2020. Not bad for a guy that was involved with a plot to blow up bombs all over a metropolis of 6.2 million souls and decapitate its leaders."

In Canada, people honking horns to protest a draconian government edict is an attempted coup, but people who try to blow up parliament and behead leaders are just committing mistakes.

Youthful indiscretions, you might say.

Who knows? Someday a Democrat just may nominate Gaya to the Supreme Court. First openly Muslim justice and all that jazz.

ITEM 3: Democrats are beating their war drums. A regime change is coming, a la Libya, Iraq, Afghanistan...

Democrats need a war to save the midterms. Look for the invasion to begin on the first anniversary of Biden's abrupt surrender of Afghanistan. He wants a do-over.

Or maybe it will be June 22. That's when Napoleon invaded Russia in 1812. That's when Hitler invaded Russia in 1941. Starting a war with Russia when summer begins assures that you won't be bogged down there in winter.

Always bear in mind that what they call Biden's gaffes are when he gets ahead of the narrative.

Meanwhile, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said of regime change, "That’s not for Biden to decide. The president of Russia is elected by Russians."

Russians decide? How backward. In America the postman decides.

ITEM 4: Newsweek reported, "Several orchestras have recently announced changes to their concert programs, removing the legendary Romantic-era composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky from their lineups amid the Russian war on Ukraine.

"Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine at the end of February, and several large companies and corporations have since cut ties with Russia in response. Even more support for Ukraine has been shown as citizens across the world have personally boycotted Russian-based goods or services, but some internet users say that the banning of 19th-century classical music might be taking it a step too far.

"On Wednesday, Wales' Cardiff Philharmonic Orchestra announced it would be removing Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture from a March 18 concert."

I cannot think of a time when we need the 1812 Overture more.

Even Chuck Berry would agree.

ITEM 5: RT reported, "The switch to rubles for gas payments, announced earlier this week by Russian President Vladimir Putin, would force the European Union to circumvent its own anti-Russia sanctions if it wants to keep the gas flowing in, Germany’s Der Spiegel reported, citing economy experts.

"According to Düsseldorf economist Jens Südekum, in order to pay for gas deliveries, Europe would have to buy rubles from the Central Bank of Russia, which earlier this month was placed on an EU sanctions list. The measure prohibits any financial transactions between the Russian financial regulator and EU."

Gasoline is now 424 rubles a gallon in Poca, comrade.

ITEM 6: Americans For Tax Reform reported, "Tax hike violates Manchin promise to WV voters: 'I can’t look the people in West Virginia in the eye and ask them to pay a penny more until I know we’re running this government efficiently.'

"Moderate Democrat Senator Joe Manchin wants to impose a $1 trillion tax increase, according to an Axios scoop."

Just like he promised to repeal Obamacare.

ITEM 7: NBC reported that its poll showed Biden's approval fell to 40%.

55% disapprove.

The story said, "Asked which one issue — reducing inflation and improving the economy, or working to end the war in Ukraine — should be Biden’s top priority, 68% picked inflation/economy, versus 29% who picked the war in Ukraine."

All that huffing and puffing and war propaganda by the media hasn't sold America on war! war! war!

Yet.

ITEM 8: Via Gateway Pundit, Blueprint Polling gives Trump a 10-point lead in Nevada, a state he failed to take in his first two presidential races.

The Donald's lead is 10 points among whites.

19 points among Hispanics.

45 points among Asians.

Democrats keep saying Republicans are the "white" party and doomed to fail as the nation diversifies.

Looks like Hispanics and Asians are not going to be slaves to the Democrat Party.

ITEM 9: BPR reported, "Following months of hype, CNN is rolling out its new streaming service with the official launch of CNN+ which will become available on April 28 but something very noticeable is missing from the promo, prized hire Chris Wallace who isn’t among the network personalities featured in the video."

He was a Zucker hire.

The new management realized he belongs on CNN-minus because the ratings for his show on Fox rose after he left.

ITEM 10: The Pseudonymous Doomberg wrote, "The coming crash in global food supply will be driven by a similar phenomenon across virtually every input into farming – they are all spiking to historic highs simultaneously, supply availability is diminishing across the spectrum, and the time to reverse the worst of the upcoming consequences is rapidly running short.

"Other than that, things are great.

"We begin with the price of fertilizer, which has been soaring to record highs across the globe. Key sources of nitrogen, potassium, and phosphorous – important inputs into soil fertility, crop yield, and plant maintenance – have all gone vertical. Ammonia is derived directly from natural gas, and the price of natural gas outside of the US has gone vertical. It's no surprise that the price of ammonia has tripled over the past twelve months. Belarus is the third-largest supplier of potash in the world and its state-owned miner, Belaruskali, declared force majeure after sanctions were imposed by the US and Europe. The number two supplier of potash globally? Russia. Perhaps front-running the Russian move on Ukraine, China halted phosphate exports last fall in an effort to ensure adequate domestic supply."

The war in Ukraine aside, shutting down the economy as part of a pandemic panic carries a horrific price. Biden cannot print money fast enough to cover the costs.

The Putin-Zelensky pissing match doesn't help. And Biden's foolish economic sanctions have compounded the damage from the Russo-Ukraine War.

ITEM 11: The College Fix reported, "The FBI remains very tight-lipped about its investigation into a plethora of bomb threats targeting historically black colleges and universities in recent months.

"In comments during a recent Congressional Oversight Committee, as well as in a statement to The College Fix, the agency provided scant details on the suspects or their precise motives.

"An unnamed law enforcement official, cited in numerous news reports last month, said the FBI is looking at six tech-savvy juveniles who appear to be racially motivated."

I smell a hoax.

I'm sure readers Smollett too.

ITEM 12: Reuters reported, "Zurich Insurance has removed its Z logo from social media after the letter became a symbol of support in Russia for Moscow's invasion of Ukraine."

That'll show Putin we mean business.

Look for the cancel culture to go after Zorro, the fox of cunning and free, because he makes the sign of the Z.

ITEM 13: Sundance reported, "It is always worth a brief reminder when looking at statements from foreign politicians under the influence of the U.S. government via the state department, that all messaging – even messaging that seems provocative, is coordinated by the alignment of interests. The process of promoting a mutually beneficial reality is especially important when reviewing any current statements from Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky.

"There is no sunlight between the agenda of Zelensky and the agenda of the U.S. State department. There are times when the U.S. government will ask their ideological policy partner, Zelensky, to be intentionally antagonistic toward the U.S. because the U.S. government is coordinating an internal pressure campaign.  It is all part of the carefully crafted propaganda campaign for domestic consumption.

"In today’s example the State Dept. wants Zelensky to keep up public pressure, via ever increasingly desperate demands of the United States for more military engagement.  The State Dept. (CIA) use the media to create the desperation and hero narrative.  The hero begs for help, the media claim the U.S. government isn’t doing enough. Public pressure builds, and then the U.S. government gets to do what they have wanted to do, which was the purpose of asking Zelensky to maintain the pressure with increased frustration.  Wash – Rinse – Repeat.  That’s how the game is played."

The fog of war covers many sins, including the graft Hunter collected from those biolabs in Ukraine. 

ITEM 14: The New York Post reported, "The 14-year-old boy who fell to his death from an Orlando amusement park ride asked the friend strapped in next to him to tell his parents he loved them in case [I don’t make it down,' according to his devastated father."

He was 6-foot-5, 345 pounds, and could have played left tackle for the Jets.

There is no way he should have been on that ride. Where were the park's managers? Where were the parents?

ITEM 15: In an interview with Variety, Sally Field lashed out at Texas Governor Greg Abbott and Governor Ron DeSantis of Florida for rolling back abortions.

She said, "Those men who are doing that, and they’re mostly male governors who are doing it, are so backward, so ignorant and really just power hungry. I think it’s criminal. They’re so wanting to roll back the achievements and important progress for women, for blacks, for the LGBTQ community. I can’t say enough horrible things about what I feel about those men. If you see them coming toward me, those two governors specifically, lead me out of the way because I cannot be responsible for what I would do."

Her anger is misdirected. She had an abortion at 17. The man she should be angry at is the guy who impregnated her.

Abbott is 64, DeSantis 43. That child would have been 57 (maybe 58) by now and could have been a liberal governor.

But she later had three sons and has grandchildren. God bless her -- with some anger management classes.

ITEM 16: The Hill reported, "Former CIA Director David Petraeus on Sunday called Mariupol a Ukrainian Alamo that ultimately 'looks as if it’s going to have to collapse.'

He said, "It's fighting to the last defender and pinning down multiple Russian battalions, and doing so very heroically, but ultimately it looks as if it’s going to have to collapse. It’s going to be taken.

"And when it does, that is a moment of some peril for Ukraine because now that port can be used by the Russians."

Texas lost the Alamo. It lost many battles. Santa Anna had Sam Houston on the run. Then came the Battle of San Jacinto. Texas attacked during the siesta and caught Santa Anna with his pants down.

Remember the Alamo, sure. But catch them while they are napping.

BREAKING OPINION: Zelensky is almost as big a jerk as Putin.

Almost.

4 million displaced persons.

Thousands died.

Billions in damage.

And yet both men will walk away winners.

ITEM 17: The Daily Mail reported, "A Russian soldier has handed himself and his tank over to Ukrainian troops for a reward of $10,000 (£7,500) and a chance at Ukrainian citizenship.

"Misha, one of alleged war criminal Vladimir Putin's invading soldiers, surrendered in a T-72B3 main battle tank after his two other crewmates escaped home and his commanding officer threatened to shoot him.

"Ukrainian Minister of Internal Affairs Victor Andrusiv said Misha had contacted Ukraine's national police by phone and arranged a place to meet."

Sure, it is war propaganda, but I love it.

100,000 Russian solders times $10,000 is $1 billion. That's way cheaper than arming the Ukes up to the gills.

Alas, there is no kickback mechanism in paying off soldiers to get the support of the politicians.

ITEM 18: American Wire reported, "One step closer to giving men the Pill! Contraceptive tablet can prevent 99% of pregnancies, trial finds."

You know what they call a woman who trusts a man to take the pill, don't you?

Mommy.

ITEM 19: NYT sobbed, "Brittney Griner Doing Well in Prison, U.S. Says, but Is No Closer to Release."

Flashback to July 27, 2020, when Yahoo reported, "Brittney Griner didn’t take the floor for the national anthem during the Phoenix Mercury’s debut in the WNBA bubble on Saturday.

"Don’t expect her to do so moving forward.

"The Mercury center and 2019 league MVP runner-up told reporters on a video call Monday that the WNBA should stop playing the anthem this season."

Enjoy Patrioticheskaya Pesnya, sweetie.

ITEM 20: A reader wrote, "In his speech in Poland, apparently Biden said, 'For God’s sake, this man cannot be allowed to remain in power.' I hope Biden was talking about himself."

That cracked me up.

ITEM 21: Democrats are floating a billionaire's tax.

Let the Jeff Bezos crowd and the Democrats they elected duke it out.

I have my own worries.

ITEM 22: The New York Post reported, "Chris Rock got the bejesus slapped out of him by none other than Will Smith at the 2022 Oscars. After Rock joked that he couldn’t wait to see Smith’s [bald] wife Jada Pinkett Smith in GI Jane 2, Smith ran onto the stage at Dolby Theatre and hit Rock in the face. The audio was cut and censored for several seconds but captions indicated that the King Richard star said 'keep my wife’s name out of your f***ing mouth.' Audio from the uncensored Australian broadcast appears to confirm this."

Guess that crossover episode of Fresh Prince of Bel Air and Everybody Hates Chris will never be made now.

ITEM 23: Forbes reported, "LeBron James Is The Most Hated Player In The NBA, According To Twitter."

Did he marry Kim Kardashian while I wasn't looking?

FINALLY, let's start the week off right with Ronald Reagan.

95 comments:

  1. Item 4: “Wales' Cardiff Philharmonic Orchestra announced it would be removing Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture” In its place, they should showcase the works of the great Ukrainian composers. Oh, wait… there aren’t any great Ukrainian composers.

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  2. Thanks, Don. Damn I miss Reagan.

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  3. Item 7: “All that huffing and puffing and war propaganda by the media hasn't sold America on war! war! war! Yet.” Just wait until Russia drops a chemical weapon and Fauci says we must all wear masks to keep from inhaling the drift — from 6000 miles away.

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    1. More likely we will drop the chemical weapon and claim it was done by the Russians.

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  4. 11 - I sure Smollett. The FBI is in a race to the bottom as the least trusted federal agency. Maybe Saad Gaya from ITEM 2 is an intern with the FBI.

    6 - Poor WV. Manchin is such a tease. Many wanted him to join the Republican Party. He would be the Murkowski or Delecto of Appalachia. The only benefit is it would remove the democrats from the committee heads and Schumer as majority leader. Other than that, he would constantly break hearts.

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    1. Manchin keeps getting elected. Maybe it's not him -- it's the voters. Gooder and harder as I always say.

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    2. LuAnn, it continues to astonish me the number of people who still believe that elections are decided by the voters.
      Oregon will not get another ballot from me because I refuse to give them a vote to flip. Physical, paper ballots, day of election only, from securely witnessed polling stations, with the evidence securely archived (including any machines used in tabulating them) for at least a year subject to recount. The only mail ballots should be deployed military with their own security.

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    3. We have exactly what you are describing, paper ballots, come in person, election day is election day, updated voters' rolls, etc. in Canada. It works. We have virtually no fraud. The winner is declared election night.

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  5. Item 10. And Biden's foolish economic sanctions have compounded the damage from the Russo-Ukraine War...Kinda like they did it on purpose.

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  6. Item 10: “We begin with the price of fertilizer, which has been soaring to record highs across the globe.” You’ll know the situation is desperate when terrorists start diverting ammonium nitrate from bomb making to crops.

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    1. Putin was snorting the stuff when he decided to Hitler the Ukraine.

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  7. #6 Yea, voting for tax hikes AND to confirm leftist idiots to the Supreme Court. What you have there WV is a Mitt Romney clone.

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  8. Item 14: “The 14-year-old boy who fell to his death from an Orlando amusement park ride … was 6-foot-5, 345 pounds” In addition to the “You must be this tall” signs, they need to add “You must fit through this turnstile” signs at every ride.

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    1. ITEM 14: "The 14-year-old boy who fell to his death from an Orlando amusement park ride asked the friend strapped in next to him to tell his parents he loved them in case [I don’t make it down,' according to his devastated father."
      Was he strapped in? Because it sounds like suicide otherwise.

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    2. From what I’ve read, the ride operator didn’t strap him in properly, probably because he couldn’t. The family is talking about suing the ride owner because their employee “wasn’t properly trained.” But as Don said, a person that size had no business being on a ride that depends on straps and belts to hold him in his seat.

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    3. BTW, the kid and his family are black. If the ride operator had told him he was too big to ride, they would have sued for “discrimination” and “racism.”

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    4. What a tragic accident. He shouldn't have been on the ride, but. There will be a lawsuit and a payout.

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    5. It's amazing that the boy's weight didn't topple the entire physical structure, crashing to the ground like a non-teleprompted Joe Biden press conference.

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  9. Item 17: “A Russian soldier has handed himself and his tank over to Ukrainian troops for a reward of $10,000 (£7,500) and a chance at Ukrainian citizenship.” There must be a reason he didn’t want his reward paid in roubles.

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    1. There's a good chance this is just war propaganda.

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  10. Item 22: Will Smith was allowed to pick up his Oscar.

    What's that about privilege?

    I think it was also referred to as the "bigotry of low expectations". When was behavior like this tolerated in the past?

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    2. Some said he was 'channeling' his King Richard character for which he received the Oscar.

      If Will Smith Was a White Guy . . .
      “If Will Smith was a white guy, he would have been led out of the Oscars in handcuffs. Then police would have thrown him in jail. There would be a thousand media hit pieces about him being ‘racist.’ He would be canceled for life. Instead, he won Best Actor. That’s ‘privilege.'”

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    3. Black on black violence. Nobody cares.

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    4. That incident is the only thing I know about last night's Oscars. I have given up on going to the movies for the time being because there is nothing that I want to see. Disgusting behavior that never would have been tolerated previously.

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    5. Surely nobody expected Hollywood prima donnas to act like adults, did they?

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    6. #OscarsSoViolent replaced #OscarsSoWhite.

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    7. Two things happened at the Oscars last night:

      1. A minute of silence for peace in Ukraine.
      2. Will Smith violently attacked Chris Rock.

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    8. The show should have been shut down on the spot, the second the punch was thrown.

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  11. ITEM 15: Her anger is misdirected. She had an abortion at 17. The man she should be angry at is the guy who impregnated her.

    Oh good grief! She was just as responsible for getting pregnant as he was. Don’t forget: There is no such thing as an ‘accidental pregnancy.’

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    1. I don't know why these women want to tell and brag about their abortions. Disgusting.

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  12. Item 8 - Unfortunately for their party, Democrats failed to realize that Hispanics and Asians consider themselves to be “white”. The Democratic death march continues, with its expected end in November, 2022…..

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    1. That's what we predicted would be the permanent result of the Obama Mafia's reign of terror.

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  13. Item 19, And I'll bet she's being treated much better in a Russian jail than the J-6 patriots are being treated here.

    Item 22, Just a gimmick to boost word of mouth about the woke-scars.
    Not the first time a black man staged an assault on himself to get attention.
    As Don said: I smell a hoax.
    I'm sure readers Smollet too.

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    1. re #19-- Like I have said here on this blog, she hates her country and now expects her country to rescue her. She'll have to sit a while longer and ponder her hatred.

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    2. I doubt she'll come to the correct conclusion that it was all her own doing. She'll come out blaming the US for not rescuing her from her own stupidity. Some folks are incapable of placing the blame where it belongs ... on themselves.

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  14. Item 16 - It’s less than clear that Putin will walk away a winner. It’s also unclear that he will ever walk after his disastrous decisions. His future is more likely pushing up daisies, sooner rather than later…

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    1. I can't tell the bad guys from the badder guys.

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    2. Odds are the majority of the Russian people don't feel about it the way the western propaganda makes the west feel.

      Thinking people understand that what you are hoping for is exactly the reason the west provoked Putin into attacking Ukraine. Our strategy for inciting regime change hasn't proven to be all that successful so far. The end result is generally a lot worse for us than what we helped overthrow.

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    3. Addendum: Think what happened in Iraq. Yes, we got rid of Saddam. And then we lost control of the country and endured a decade of horrible costs; IEDs, Iranian-backed militias, dead US soldiers and marines, money poured down a black hole. Now take that story and impose it on Russia: a larger country with nukes and a history of warfighting.

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    4. MYOB, You may be correct in your assessment, though Ukraine events are different than those in Iraq. In Iraq, we were the invader overthrowing what our elite viewed to be an unacceptable dictator.

      With Ukraine, Russia is the invader, killing untold numbers of Ukrainians, who are somewhat similar to Russians. The combination of this destruction with the death of thousands of Russian youth could be disastrous for the person who initiated this war. Not sure whether Russians view it that way, as a discretionary conflict initiated by Putin or a necessary conflict provoked by Ukrainians.

      Secondary outcome of this conflict is that the Russian military is now viewed by many as the modern day version of F Troop, a bumbling collection of incompetents unprepared to fight any serious war.

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    5. "Russian military is now viewed by many as the modern day version of F Troop, a bumbling collection of incompetents unprepared to fight any serious war."

      The same people who brought you mostly peaceful protests, Covid lockdowns, MAGA = Domestic Terrorists, Trump-Russia collision and many other lies are the ones telling you that Russia is weak and a big nothing burger and we should go in there and show that big meany who's boss! Be skeptical of everything you see from Fake News.

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  15. item 10 fertilizer shortage in the US? I don't think so. Canada has plenty of potash. We have 2% of the world's supply of phosphate rock. How did Morocco end up with 70%? Geologists say we have more natural gas then anybody used to make ammonia. We're in good shape unless Joe Biden gets involved.

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    1. There should be no fertilizer shortage in the U.S. or Canada. If there is, it will be a manufactured crisis.

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    2. As long as politicians spew bullshit like they do, we'll never run out of fertilizer.

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    3. LG, the stuff they spew is toxic.

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  16. RE: Item 10. Biden has come out and said we will have food shortages. Where the hell is he then? Trump would be pushing "Warp Speed Fertilizer" and making plans to plant more crops. Biden is doing nothing.

    It is almost like this is his plan all along. Oh wait... Great Reset, etc. It is his plan!

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    1. Just like the energy price crisis, a food shortage crisis is exactly what they want to have happen.

      When they create a crisis, they can then invoke "emergency powers" to do all those illegal things that they have always been wanting to do.

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    2. The pandemic blew my trust in institutions and political leaders. Done with that.

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    3. Anyone thinking Bill Gates, the biggest private owner of farmland in the US, is chipping in to help "Build Hunger Better"???

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    4. He'll have us eating bugs.

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  17. Item#7: When the agitprop alone doesn't whip Americans into a war-frenzy against Russia, be on the lookout for false flag incidents to try to bridge the enthusiasm gap. "Remember the Maine!"

    I wouldn't trust our "leaders" any further than I can spit.

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    1. Yes, the US has a history of false flags wars in Cuba, Vietnam, Iraq & Syria, but Russia has nukes.
      I doubt it.

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  18. re #1 Biden simply has no manners. He is a pig. He also has no filters and it's not just due to his mental state. When he called for Putin to be removed, he has always talked that way as a blowhard and a braggart. The problem that he has never been called on his ridiculous and disgusting behavior so he thinks it's OK. Over the years he has always been treated with kid gloves by media as "Uncle Joe." The man's behavior is outrageous. This was not a moment comparable to Reagan's Brandenburg gate speech not matter what some media say.

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    1. It is time for Biden to oil up the bicycle chain and make Vladimir Corn Pop leave the planet.

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  19. re: Breaking opinion: Good God, what the hell is going on there. I still don't know.

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  20. #2 - Another disgusting (my word of the day) and disappointing story. This happens because the system lets it happen. Who will hire this guy as a lawyer -- other would-be terrorists??

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  21. #3 Good one, Don! The post office does indeed decide.

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    1. And The Postman Always Rings Twice. Or ten times. Or a hundred times, depending on The Needs Of The Party.

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    2. As many times as necessary in order to win.

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  22. #7 --Media are not going to stop pushing war.

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  23. Z is also the title of an excellent movie from the 1960s.

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    1. This is how stupid the sheep are. All the Z did was differentiate a particular battalion. Russians used other letters for different units.
      Nothing special or sinister about the Z other than the propaganda hype.
      'Sides, I'm not giving up my Iowa 'Big Ten Champs' hat just because Zephyr made it.

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  24. 15 - Its a real twisted person who thinks progress is murdering babies. Don't expect to see Gidget in Heaven.

    16 - Putting aside the propriety of the invasion, it looks like Fake News lied about Putin being bogged down. Putin said he was going to "de-Natify" Ukraine. That would require the removal of specific people. That takes time. The one consistent in this whole debacle is the refusal to listen to what Putin says.

    22 - Now the Oscars is down to Jerry Springer like slap fights to try and improve ratings. How sad. Oops, looks like I missed it again this year.

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  25. #12: Does this mean the 26th letter of the alphabet will now be banned? What about the "pronouns" Ze, Zim and Zer? What about the Costa-Garvas film "Z"? What about the Monkees' song "Zor and Zam"? What will happen to Zager and Evans? Will Zsa Zsa Gabor's name be forever banned? What will this do to Polish words? The mind boggles!!

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    1. Zee mind is boggled for sure!

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    2. That's Costa-Gravas, Jeffery.

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    3. ^Well, thank God for being the spell-check police, edoucher.^

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  26. Item 17 re the tank story. Never happened just like all the other hoaxes. But serves to divert attention from the real story of the Azov soldiers and their atrocities.

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    1. Yes, Jeffery, we must ignore Russian atrocities at all costs.

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    2. You mean like this Russian atrocity?
      https://rumble.com/vyq41e-shocking-video-of-ukrainians-allegedly-shooting-russian-pows-kneecaps-beati.html

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    3. Nifty comment coming from the guy who said Russia would never invade Ukraine less than two months ago.

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  27. Donald John Trump is still our president.

    Masthead: Getting tougher to make those lies stick.

    1: Brandon wasn't so much Airborne as Latrinebone.

    3: You can't go to Russia much earlier than June 22. It's also when Case Blue kicked off and Zitadelle was 7/1.

    The ground takes a while to dry out after the Rasputitsa.

    PS It took Pearl Harbor and a declaration of war on us to get us into the war on Europe. Kinda makes you wonder what city's gonna get nuked.

    15: She's trying to get into the spotlight by dissing all the famous people in her life.

    16: With his pants off. Emily Morgan, the Yellow Rose of Texas, must have been one Hell of a lay.

    20: Nifty.

    21: Remember George Mitchell's tax on the rich?

    22: Looks like Agent J is now Agent OJ.

    5: So much for sanctions.

    8: He took it. Sisolak stole it back.

    10: A la Bastille! And 7/14 ought to be just about right.

    12: the fox so cunning and free.

    13: The fog doesn't seem to be that thick these days.

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  28. 7. I'd like to see comments from the 40% expressing what biden has done to gain their approval. other than not being Trump.

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  29. ITEM 22: "Chris Rock got the bejesus slapped out of him by none other than Will Smith at the 2022 Oscars."

    STAGED. THE HOLLYWEIRD ATTENTION WHORES will do anything to try to boost TV ratings. I believe the entire 'slapping' was choreographed. They were just trying to generate buzz.

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  30. Haven't watched any of Hollywood's self-congratulatory circle jerks in about 25 years. I've plenty of books to read.

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    1. Recommended (highly):

      1) Dawn of D-Day, David Howarth [1912-1991]; Odhams Press Ltd.] (1959 hardcover);

      2) Waterloo: Day of Battle, David Howarth [1912-1991]; Atheneum (1968 hardcover).

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  31. ITEM 23: Forbes reported, "LeBron James Is The Most Hated Player In The NBA, According To Twitter."
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    True enough, but wait until the WNBA sees LaBronda joining a team.

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  32. ”ITEM 11... 'The FBI remains very tight-lipped about its investigation into ... bomb threats targeting ... black colleges... the agency [has] provided scant details on the suspects or their ... motives... six tech-savvy juveniles ... appear to be racially motivated.' "

    "I smell a hoax. I'm sure readers Smollett too."

    Reacting to claims that the assault [Will Smith attacking Chris Rock] was staged, "Juicy" Smollett, noble victim of "racist assault" in Chicago, declared that he himself had had nothing to do with this fiasco. However, he does suspect that Smith's "Nigerian ancestry" has something to do with it.

    "ITEM 13 ... " 'It is always worth a brief reminder when looking at statements from foreign politicians under the influence of the U.S. government via the state department, that all messaging – even messaging that seems provocative, is coordinated by the alignment of interests.' "

    The most boring lead sentence written in the month of March 2022.

    Readers nod off on Word Number Eight.

    To boot, the sentence says nothing.

    "Messaging from the Office of Kamalabalamula Harris" (source; append to the end of quote).

    "Item # 19: 'Brittney Griner Doing Well in Prison, U.S. Says, but Is No Closer to Release.' "

    Thank you. I'd forgotten about her. This made my day (and a rough one it was!)

    Oscar presenter Wanda Sykes (the male version of Juicy Smollett) sends her worthless, Swagbag-Hashtag regards.

    Maybe the Demo-Communists can spin the war as the crusade to "Free Britteny!"

    "Item 22 ... Chris Rock..."

    Who needs no further introduction. Speaking of which:

    Spring Break relocated from Miami Beach to Hollywood!
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    Oscars - Will Smith wins Best Actor after punching out comedian Chris Rock on stage --- In his next film, Will Smith will portray:

    https://thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/595295-michigans-juwan-howard-suspended-fined-after-slapping-wisconsin-coach
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    2023 Oscars: The four losing nominees for Best Actress, when the winner is announced, storm the stage and whomp the winner.
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    The 2023 Oscar categories, instead of the standard "Best Actor," etc. will be as follows: "Bantamweight," "Middleweight," "Heavyweight," "Whoopie Goldberg Weight," and "Best Sound Effects (Fist Hitting Face)."
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    Instantly New Stand-Up Comedy Industry: Recycling Tiger Woods Jokes Into Will Smith Jokes. 2023 Oscar Category: Best Fire Hydrant.
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    Reacting to claims that the assault was staged, "Juicy" Smollett, noble victim of "racist assault" in Chicago, declared that he had nothing to do with this fiasco. However, he does suspect that Will Smith's "Nigerian ancestry" has something to do with it.
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    03/27/22 (9 p.m.): Two million people (perhaps) knew that she is bald.

    07/28/22 (6 a.m.): Two billion people (DEFINITELY) now know that she is bald.
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    Will Smith files for divorce. Identifies wife in legal papers as "Cueball."

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  33. 𝐈 𝐦𝐚𝐤𝐞 𝐦𝐨𝐫𝐞 𝐭𝐡𝐞𝐧 $𝟏𝟐,𝟎𝟎𝟎 𝐚 𝐦𝐨𝐧𝐭𝐡 𝐨𝐧𝐥𝐢𝐧𝐞. 𝐈𝐭’𝐬 𝐞𝐧𝐨𝐮𝐠𝐡 𝐭𝐨 𝐜𝐨𝐦𝐟𝐨𝐫𝐭𝐚𝐛𝐥𝐲 𝐫𝐞𝐩𝐥𝐚𝐜𝐞 𝐦𝐲 𝐨𝐥𝐝 𝐣𝐨𝐛𝐬 𝐢𝐧𝐜𝐨𝐦𝐞, 𝐞𝐬𝐩𝐞𝐜𝐢𝐚𝐥𝐥𝐲 𝐜𝐨𝐧𝐬𝐢𝐝𝐞𝐫𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐈 𝐨𝐧𝐥𝐲 𝐰𝐨𝐫𝐤 𝐚𝐛𝐨𝐮𝐭 𝟏𝟏 𝐭𝐨 𝟏𝟐 𝐡𝐨𝐮𝐫𝐬 𝐚 𝐰𝐞𝐞𝐤 𝐟𝐫𝐨𝐦 𝐡𝐨𝐦𝐞. 𝐈 𝐰𝐚𝐬 𝐚𝐦𝐚𝐳𝐞𝐝 𝐡𝐨𝐰 𝐞𝐚𝐬𝐲 𝐢𝐭 𝐰𝐚𝐬 𝐚𝐟𝐭𝐞𝐫 𝐈 𝐭𝐫𝐢𝐞𝐝 𝐢𝐭…𝐆𝐎𝐎𝐃 𝐋𝐔𝐂𝐊…. 𝐡𝐭𝐭𝐩𝐬://𝐰𝐰𝐰.𝐰𝐨𝐫𝐤𝐬𝐜𝐥𝐢𝐜𝐤.𝐜𝐨𝐦

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  34. 𝐈 𝐠𝐞𝐭 𝐩𝐚𝐢𝐝 𝐨𝐯𝐞𝐫 $𝟏𝟗𝟎 𝐩𝐞𝐫 𝐡𝐨𝐮𝐫 𝐰𝐨𝐫𝐤𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐟𝐫𝐨𝐦 𝐡𝐨𝐦𝐞 𝐰𝐢𝐭𝐡 𝟐 𝐤𝐢𝐝𝐬 𝐚𝐭 𝐡𝐨𝐦𝐞. 𝐈 𝐧𝐞𝐯𝐞𝐫 𝐭𝐡𝐨𝐮𝐠𝐡𝐭 𝐈'𝐝 𝐛𝐞 𝐚𝐛𝐥𝐞 𝐭𝐨 𝐝𝐨 𝐢𝐭 𝐛𝐮𝐭 𝐦𝐲 𝐛𝐞𝐬𝐭 𝐟𝐫𝐢𝐞𝐧𝐝 𝐞𝐚𝐫𝐧𝐬 𝐨𝐯𝐞𝐫 𝟏𝟓𝐤 𝐚 𝐦𝐨𝐧𝐭𝐡 𝐝𝐨𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐭𝐡𝐢𝐬 𝐚𝐧𝐝 𝐬𝐡𝐞 𝐜𝐨𝐧𝐯𝐢𝐧𝐜𝐞𝐝 𝐦𝐞 𝐭𝐨 𝐭𝐫𝐲. 𝐓𝐡𝐞 𝐩𝐨𝐭𝐞𝐧𝐭𝐢𝐚𝐥 𝐰𝐢𝐭𝐡 𝐭𝐡𝐢𝐬 𝐢𝐬 𝐞𝐧𝐝𝐥𝐞𝐬𝐬.
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