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Monday, March 07, 2022

Highlights of the News

ITEM 1: The Daily Mail reported, "Bleeding Russian pilots beg for mercy as they are filmed by their Ukrainian captors after being shot down in field."

Um, guys, I don't think you can do that.

Human Rights Watch says, "The honor of POWs must be protected; particularly, they must not be subject to insults or violence or made a public curiosity whether by enemy forces or civilians. They must not be paraded or interrogated in front of the media, and their images should not be used for political purposes."

Sorry to put a damper on this feel good moment by reminding people that we agreed to certain things at the Third Geneva Convention of 1949.

ITEM 2: Becker News reported, "The Russian media outlet RIA Novosti released documents that the Ministry of Defense points to as evidence that Ukraine was undertaking research in U.S.-funded biolabs that has the capability to be used for bioweapons.

"Major General Igor Konashenkov, an official representative of the Russian Ministry of Defense, provided the information to journalists. Moscow said that the documents, allegedly originating from employees of Ukrainian biological laboratories, confirmed that 'components of biological weapons were being developed in Ukraine, in close proximity to Russian territory,' as reported by RIA Novosti. Watch:"

Russian propaganda. Putin is looking for an excuse to wage a war. 

But given Fauci's involvement with Red China's bioweapons experiments in Wuhan, I cannot dismiss this out of hand.

ITEM 3Emerald Robinson reported, "Fox News & Newsmax Took Biden Money To Push Deadly COVID Vaccines To Its Viewers.

"Corporate news outlets did not disclose the money they took to push dangerous drugs to their conservative audience."

Once upon a time, I rooted for Fox.

Then I realized, it is just a TV show.

ITEM 4: Politico reported, "Moscow is throwing up last-minute demands that could scupper an international nuclear deal with Iran — and the timing is unlikely to be coincidental as the Kremlin frets about the growing threat to its critical oil revenue after its invasion of Ukraine.

"Hopes had been high that international negotiators from the permanent five members of the U.N. Security Council, Germany and the EU would be able to secure a deal with Tehran on Saturday to put strict limits on Iran’s atomic work in exchange for sanctions relief for the Islamic Republic.

"Such a deal would bring significant volumes of Iranian crude oil back to global energy markets in the months ahead, and that could spell trouble for Russian President Vladimir Putin. The return of Iranian supplies would help offset market turmoil and price spikes if the West were to ramp up its sanctions against Moscow over the war in Ukraine and ban Russian crude sales."

The Iran deal is another Democrat sellout of America to evil.

How odd that one agent of the devil, Putin, battles another. Maybe this is just an act to give Biden an excuse not to ban Russian oil.

ITEM 5: While other polls are giving Biden a State of the Union bounce, Civiqs found him at 35% approval, 55% disapproval.

If true, he is headed for the danger zone of 30%. That is when his own party rejects him and installs Kamala as president.

He has no base. He was the 4th favorite Democrat in the 2020 race behind Bernie, Buttigieg and Pocahontas. 

Even Delaware doesn't want him as the Civiqs poll shows him at 36% approval/53% disapproval.

But Obama and Chairman Xi like him because he stays bought.

ITEM 6: The Sun reported, "A Russian gymnast caused outrage after wearing a pro-war Z symbol while sharing a podium with a Ukrainian athlete at an event in Doha.

"Ukraine's Illia Kovtun claimed victory in the parallel bars at the Artistic Gymnastics World Cup in Qatar yesterday.

"Kazakhstan's Milad Karimi secured the silver medal, with Russia's Ivan Kuliak taking bronze.

"But when Kuliak stepped onto the podium it became apparent he was sporting a Z on his kit.

"Vladimir Putin's supporters have been seen wearing clothes and badges with the letter Z on -- referencing their support for the invasion of Ukraine."

This upset the Drudge Report. Suddenly the same people who lectured us on free speech when clowns like Kaepernick kneeled during our national anthem are taking the vapors over this.

Al Jazeera reported, "The International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) says it will open disciplinary proceedings against Russian artistic gymnast Ivan Kuliak for his shocking behavior in displaying a symbol of support for Russia’s invasion of Ukraine during an event."

I'll cut Kuliak some slack because he has family back home that he does not want harmed. Plus, I continue to have a fondness for free speech.

Also, Evi L. Bloggerlady pointed out the evil of the Metropolitan Opera firing Anna Netrebko simply because she was born in Russia.

The nuts are running this squirrel cage.

ITEM 7: CNBC reported, "Visa and Mastercard block Russian banks from their networks after sanctions."

In a cashless society, the oligarchs can unperson an entire nation with three clicks of a button.

As much as I admire the spirit of Ukrainians and support them, I know they are not fighting for freedom because if they were, corporate media would demonize them just as it did the Canadian truck drivers.

ITEM 8: The Daily Mail reported, "A high-profile criminal probe into Donald Trump's finances fell apart when prosecutors working on bringing charges were unable to convince their new district attorney to do so. 

"Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg stress-tested his office's case against Trump behind closed doors on January 24, with prosecutors Carey Dunn and Mark Pomerantz laying out the case against the former president. 

"A grand jury had already heard the case against Trump in secret, and was set to expire in April, leading to a push to file charges. Doing so would have made Trump the first president -- sitting or past -- to ever have faced criminal charges. 

"But Bragg -- sworn into office on January 1 -- halted the case because his own team couldn't convince him that Trump had inflated the value of his assets to gain more favorable loan terms on purpose, according to The New York Times."

NYT reported.

ITEM 9: The Washington Examiner reported, "Former President Bill Clinton announced Friday the reactivation of the Clinton Global Initiative after a period of hibernation, citing climate change and the war in Ukraine."

The period of hibernation coincided with the Trump presidency. You cannot peddle influence and collect bribes when out of power. The Biden presidency is a cash cow for all of Washington.

Some say it shows Hillary 2024. The garden gnome wants to return to the White House lawn.

ITEM 10: The New York Post reported, "WNBA All-Star and two-time Olympic champion Brittney Griner has been detained in Russia for three weeks, after she was arrested for having vape cartridges in her luggage at a Moscow airport, according to Russian news sources and a former teammate.

"Griner, 31, who won the WNBA championship in 2014 with the Phoenix Mercury and played for a Russian team in the off season, faces 5 to 10 years in Russian prison if convicted on drug smuggling charges."

Pawn in Putin's game? Maybe. Depends on how many cartridges she had. 

But the Black Caucus is swooping in to save her.

ITEM 11NTD reported, "U.S. gas prices surged on March 4 and March 5, nearing record highs.

"The national average struck $3.92 on Saturday, according to the American Automobile Association (AAA), with some motorists paying as much as $5.18 a gallon.

"The price rise has been dramatic, increasing 33 cents per gallon over a week and 9 cents per gallon in just one day."

Presidents matter. Donald Trump made us energy independent for the first time since Nixon was president. Biden quickly reversed that.

ITEM 12Via Breitbart, Lindsey Graham went on Hannity on Friday and said, "I’m going to introduce a resolution next week — I’ll give it to you on your show — declaring that Putin is a war criminal. It’s clear to me the world would be better off if the Russian people took Putin out tonight. The war on Ukraine would end, and Russia would have freedom they don’t enjoy today. A steel curtain has descended upon the Russian people. What does that tell me? That Putin is afraid of his own people. Martial law has been virtually declared by Putin. I think the Russian people are not buying what Putin is selling when it comes to the Ukraine."

Remember the Foghorn Leghorn cartoons?

He's Miss Prissy.

ITEM 13: Elon Musk tweeted, "Starlink has been told by some governments (not Ukraine) to block Russian news sources. We will not do so unless at gunpoint.

"Sorry to be a free speech absolutist."

He's a throwback to when corporate America was patriotic.

ITEM 14: KDVR reported, "Box of human heads stolen from a truck in Denver."

The story said, "After learning of the grim discovery, he had just about as many questions as one might expect. Where was the truck going? Why was it parked on 23rd Avenue? Who was driving? And who would do something like this?"

Please tell me the driver's name was Igor because that would be perfect.

(But he's not in the novel, Don.)

ITEM 15: Bloomberg reported, "Netflix Is Shutting All Services in Russia After Ukraine War."

0.13% of Russians have Netflix, so this virtue signal costs them almost nothing.

As most virtue signals do.

ITEM 16: The New York Post reported, "Nomophobia, the fear of being without your mobile phone, is the No. 1 unusual fear in New York, according to a new report citing Google search metrics."

Shouldn't that be Nophone Phobia?

Nomophobia sounds like Larry and Curly worrying about losing the leader of the Three Stooges.

ITEM 17The Arizona Daily Independent reported, "One of two Yuma County women accused of taking part in ballot harvesting during the 2020 Primary Election has pleaded guilty to her role in the scheme which was exposed by two concerned citizens who set up a video camera near a polling station.

"Alma Yadira Juarez admitted to committing one count of ballot abuse by knowingly collecting early ballots which had been filled out by other people. The offense has been designated as a Class 1 misdemeanor for which Juarez is promised a term of probation with no jail time when sentenced March 16."

No jail time, no crime.

Learn to ballot harvest, Republicans.

ITEM 18: Florida Politics reported, "Gov. Ron DeSantis‘ press secretary Christina Pushaw tweeted accusations that people who oppose a sex education bill working its way through the Legislature are groomers or those who would not denounce groomers — references to pedophilia and people who help groom children for pedophiles and other abusers."

Thank you, Pushaw, for telling it like it is.

ITEM 19: The Post Millennial reported, "In a Sunday interview, the Biden administration's Secretary of State Antony Blinken said that NATO member nations have the green light to go ahead and send fighter jets to Ukraine amidst the country's ongoing invasion by Russia."

He also said none of the 30 NATO nations wants a No Fly Zone.

Which means expect a No Fly Zone next week because Biden wants a war. It makes a good scapegoat for his incompetence.

FINALLY, Saturday was a big top down day. The car washes were busy.

102 comments:

  1. “ The nuts are running this squirrel cage.” This makes no sense and yet the reader immediately gets the meaning.

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    3. I don't have to stick a payday up a squirrels ass to know what a nut is. Or something like that.

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    4. From a reader deployed in reality - a remote region not associated with, nor ever visited by, those greedy beings in our District of Corruption & our landfill of corporate media - Don expresses an excellent lock on what's happening and appropriate humor towards the absurdity, stupidity and evil.

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  2. 11: It has been reported that Biden is consulting with our European allies about halting imports of Russian oil. If that happens and Brandon doesn't re-open American oil production then gas will hit Canadian levels of $7 a gallon.

    Of course that is the goal of the Greenies because Net Zero.

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    1. Germany says halting Russian gas would unwind "social cohesion."
      German stock market down 25% over the last several weeks with more to go. Coal stock (symbol BTU) up 14% IN ONE DAY!!

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  3. Item 1: Don, in 1949 we agreed governments would never conduct medical experiments on humans without their voluntary participation and fully informed consent, too.

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    1. California is progressive and doesn't care what "dead while males" have said.

      Pending bills:
      SB 871 would require all children 0 to 17 to get the COVID-19 vaccine to attend child care or school;
      SB 866 would allow kids 12 to 17 to get the COVID-19 vaccine without parental consent;
      SB 1479 would require schools to continue testing and to create testing plans;
      AB 2098 would reclassify the sharing of COVID-19 “misinformation” by doctors and surgeons as unprofessional conduct that would result in disciplinary action

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  4. the evil of the Metropolitan Opera firing Anna Netrebko simply because she was born in Russia."

    This mindless hysteria is reminiscent of European excitement and enthusiasm as it entered WWI.
    Didn't work out too well for them.

    Act in haste, repent at leisure.

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    2. Also reminds me of Southern war excitement as described by Margaret Michell in "Gone with he Wind."
      Rhett Butler knew better.

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  5. 12 - Miss Lindsay, I say, Miss Lindsay needs to shut the hell up.

    Go, I say, Go away boy. You bother me.

    So does Hannity.

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    1. Yes, they both should shut up. What I am wondering, though, is if someone (Russian, double agent) will take out Putin as he becomes increasingly demented.

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    2. There is an excellent article in American Thinker that dates back to 2014. A very smart man said then that the oligarchs would have to come together to have him taken out.

      https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2022/03/how_to_solve_the_putin_problem.html

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    3. I am as wary of Lindsey Graham as everybody else but somebody please explain to me how his statement about resolution of the Vlad problem is not dead on the money . Otherwise we will probably have WWIII .

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    4. I am as wary of Lindsey Graham as everybody else but somebody please explain to me how his statement about resolution of the Vlad problem is not dead on the money . Otherwise we will probably have WWIII .

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  6. Item 12: If only Graham felt as passionately about the "steel curtain that has descended" on Americans. The political prisoners in Pelosi's gulag. The censored and deplatformed the apparatchiks fear, the human rights being denied by the unselect commitee...

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    1. Graham and McCain flew to Ukraine in December 2016 and met with soldiers there, advocating war with Russia. Trump stopped them.

      Trump was the first president in decades to not have started a war. Despite his rhetoric, he is the peace president. Watch what he does, not what he says.
      Hillary advocated a no-fly zone over Syria, which would have started war with Russia, which is why she was not elected.

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    2. Trump had good relations with the gulf states and Israel and got them into talks about mutual defense.

      This weekend Muhammad bin Salman said "Simply I do not care." when asked when asked about what Biden thinks about him and Saudi Arabia.

      Way to go, Joe!

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  7. 5 - Xiden’s speech gave him a bounce like a bowling ball dropped in a sandbox.

    16 - Nyuk, nyuk, nyuk.

    19 - All bets are off as the Ho will be in Poland and Romania this week.

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    1. Every time I think about Biden, I am both angry and worried about the future of the U.S. and the world, especially now. He is unfit to lead at the best of times and now with the Ukrainian crisis, I shudder to think what could happen.

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  8. ITEM 12: Remember the Foghorn Leghorn cartoons?

    I could use some Foghorn Leghorn cartoons these days. Anything to block out the 24/7 news loops. I was so desperate last night that I watched a Sarah Jessica Parker movie on Prime. (She wore the ugliest & dowdiest dress I've ever seen.)

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    1. Try reading a good book, Kitty. Turn off the TV.

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    2. I read every day. But at night I like TV. My husband is the one who is glued to the news all day, so I watch something online.

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    3. "I was so desperate last night that I watched a Sarah Jessica Parker movie on Prime"...I love watching Mr. Ed!!!

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    4. I love "Castle" reruns, "NCIS" reruns, and the Jesse Stone movies. I watched the entire series of "Bosch" a couple of times.

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    5. I watched TV the other night. All that was on it was dust. Just glad it wasn't plugged in.

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    6. Seinfeld on Netflix, NHL Network and Golf Channel

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    7. I watched the Jesse Stone series, then moved on to the old Dexter series. It was set in Miami, so I recognized many of the sites on South Beach. Showtime just released a followup season of Dexter, set in snow country at Christmas time.

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    8. My wife insists I watch the Hallmark Channel with her, at least it keeps me out of the taverns.

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    9. Watching the Hallmark Channel might keep me out of taverns, but it wouldn't prevent me from drinking.

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  9. Item 1: “we agreed to certain things at the Third Geneva Convention” Does the “we” include Ukraine? If they’re not a signatory, they can’t be held to its provisions. Since Ukraine was part of the USSR then, I’m guessing they did not sign the treaty after becoming independent. America was not held to the various British treaties after we became independent from them.

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    1. What I would says is that Russians bombing hospitals and attacking civilians as they flee to safety are war crimes.

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    2. Ah, thanks for the update, Jeremy.

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    3. Way late here. We are not a signatory of the document.

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  10. So many, many Red Pills to chose from. It is evident that the ongoing pro-Ukraine propaganda is being used by certain... factions to gin up war fever here in the USA. (Graham, I'm looking at you!) The utter transparency of the lies, exaggerations, concoctions and utter fabrications, etc. is now self-evident. It's almost got me to the point of rootin' for Putin, but then, I recall how I felt when Dallas was playing The Broncos in the Superbowl; I hoped they would both lose and the stadium would collapse.

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    1. Good point IamDevo, townhall.com Mr. Root wrote a good article. 3 red pills needed. WMD: a weapon of mass distraction to get your mind off the disasters Biden has created at home, This is pure "wag-the-dog" theatre to save Biden from the worst polls in modern history. Instead of hating Biden, they want you to hate Putin and This is all part of Soros and Klaus Schwab's "Great Reset." They want to make us all obedient serfs and slaves. They need World War III as a distraction while they destroy America and capitalism and take your freedoms away.

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    2. About a year into COVID, a friend of mine told me in all seriousness that there would likely be a war after the pandemic. Well, as it turns out....

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    3. I did not believe him at the time. I just couldn't imagine it. How naive I was.

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    4. LuAnn, we all got burned by the dempanic and now all but the most gullible see through the BS. They need something to retain power.

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    5. The war is a way to retain power.

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  11. Its both fascinating and terrifying that so many on the Right are once again falling for the lies brought to us by the same people who brought us the Covid Lies. There is no way we will ever defeat the Left/Globalists if half of us keep falling for their propaganda.

    You were manipulated into supporting their wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, you were manipulated into supporting the Covid lockdowns, you were manipulated into taking an experimental gene therapy never tested on humans before and now you're being manipulated into supporting a war against Russia that may well go nuclear. When will you people wake the F up?

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    1. Trump election begat Russiagate.
      Russiagate fading away begat Covid.
      Covid fading away begat Ukraine.

      News management.

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  12. 3-Fox Business was the last TV news I watched on purpose and I gave up on them five years ago.

    6-Oh the righteous indignation.

    7-Before you know it we'll be wishing Jimmy Carter was president again...on second thought.

    Biden (actually Obama) has done more to destroy foreign relations as Obama did with race relations. Obama criticized Romney for the 1980s wanting its foreign policy back when in reality the Democrats want the policies of the 1950s back.

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  14. ITEM 9: Don, I think Billy Jeff's silence probably had more to do with the Epstein scandal than anything else. He didn't want to answer any questions about it. (He even had to humiliate Hillary one last time by making up a ridiculous story about him having an affair with Ghislaine to explain his presence on Pedo Island.)

    But now that Ghislaine has been convicted (and will no doubt be well-provided-for), and Randy Andy has settled with the girl, it's safe for Billy Jeff to come out and play. HRC is clearly suiting up to run again. As he would say, "Showtime."

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    1. I think you Americans have to give them the hook to get them off the stage.

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  15. After the collapse of Soviet Russia in 1989, the West began it's long step-by-step journey on the road to suicide. We have finally arrived - suicide by sanctions.

    Put your money in our banks, we can confiscate it; put your assets in our territory, we can steal them; use our money and we can cancel it; put your yacht in our harbor, we can pirate it; put your gold in our vault, we can grab it. In 2 or 3 weeks everybody in the world who is on the potential Western hit list will have moved his assets out of the reach of the West. Xi will permit himself a small smile.

    Patrick Armstrong, analyst in the Canadian Department of National Defense specializing in the USSR/Russia.

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    1. We are/were on our way to suicide in the West before sanctions. Loss of belief in God and Western civilization, low birth rate, nihilism. Sanctions are just one more thing.

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  16. re: #1 - Russian pilot. I don't know what is true, even if I see it.

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  17. Item 10, to be complete, Brittney Griner has been detained in Russia for three weeks, after she was arrested for having vape cartridges (believed to contain hash oil) in her luggage at a Moscow airport,

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    1. She hates America but expects America to rescue her. Let her sit in jail for a while longer.

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  18. re: #3 Media and vaccines -- Corrupt. Imagine the outrage if Trump had done this.

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  19. #4 - Biden does not want to cut off Russian oil. Why the heck is Russia involved in negotiations in the Iran deal? Better yet, why does the U.S. want or need a deal with Iran?

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  20. re: #9 - Clintons equal Grifters. Enough said.

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  21. #1. I'm going out on a limb and disagreeing with the Geneva convention in part. A film like this serves as propaganda, bad. BUT it also provides confirmation that this pilot landed alive and not seriously injured. It would be hard for the Ukraine government to later disappear him. If I were a pilot shot down and captured, I would rather have my family see it on Facebook than wonder about my fate.
    Looking back we know the intent of this rule was to prevent exploitation of the kind that happened in the Hanoi Hilton.

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  22. #3. Once upon a time, FOX was the furthest right of the left wing media. Since then they have drifted left.

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  23. Yes, Fox has drifted left. Look at the Murdoch sons and Paul Ryan on the board of directors and this is what you get.

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  24. ITEM 2: Seems like you forgot about the lab in Kazakhstan that he had to secure as well? (Oh yeah, he secured the country and left. Evil man) Stop with the PDS Don. You're smarter than this.

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  25. ITEM 6: Didn't you now history only started when Obama got elected? Newsflash: when King Viking Oleg captured Kiev and Smolensk in the 9th century, he settled and established the Rus people. Moscow was a virgin forest. Ukraine has always been friendly to Russia because it has always been part of Russia. Zelensky sold his country's freedom and independence for NATO weapons and influence. He is a puppet.

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    1. Um, no. Ukraine has NOT "always been a part of Russia" - that is pure Russian propaganda.

      The term "Rus"/"Ros" comes from a very old Swedish word that means "rowers" as that it is what the Varangian traders who established Kyiv called themselves, so the locals picked up the name. (That name also lives on today in the Finnish/Estonian name for Sweden - "Ruotsi," the land of the rowers.) What would later be called "Russia" was called "Muscovy" until Peter the Great moved his capital from Moscow to St. Petersburg, and wanted to rebrand Muscovy, so he called it "Russia" ("Rossiya") to give the impression that "Russia" (Muscovy) was entitled to spaces it never owned.

      Ukraine was not part of Muscovy/Russia until 1648 - it had for centuries been part of the Polish or Polish/Lithuania state. Bohdan Khmelnitsky's 1648 rebellion against Polish rule succeeded at first, but he needed an ally - he appealed to Muscovy for an alliance, but they told him that he didn't have the rank to be an ally, only choice was to be a vassal; after storming off in anger, he eventually had to choose between that and Poland re-establishing control, so he chose the former; this was cemented in 1709 when Russia defeated Sweden at Poltava.

      Putin and co. are the ones who ginned up hostility as a pretext for imperial conquest. FVP.

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    2. FVP? First vice president? Full value procurement? Functional virtual prototype?
      I hate all the new acronyms - all because of Twitter which I refuse to use.

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    3. Fuck Vladimir Putin. Whenever you see an “F” as the first letter, it’s probably followed by the initials of the person mentioned in the comment. BTW, this is one of the few blogs that allows the F-bomb to be written out.

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  26. #6. There is no Z in the Russian alphabet.

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    1. Actually, there is (and there is in Ukrainian as well). It looks "3".

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    2. BTW, a common friendly toast in Russian is "za vas" - "to you." Requires a "Z" to do that.

      BTW**2, if you mean that there is no SYMBOL like "Z" in Cyrillic, that is correct. But symbols are regularly used across scripts and languages. No idea where that was picked up for the purpose at hand, but if the claim is that "3" rather than "Z" is the "Cyrillic-Z" means the story is false... insufficient.

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    3. If it looks like a 3 it isn't a Z. The sound is immaterial, the shape of the symbol is what I'm referring to.

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    4. During the first days of the invasion the Russians had a Z symbol on their vehicles for identification purposes.
      When I was in the military we would put symbols on so the choppers and fighters could identify friends. Policy was to change it regularly to keep the enemy from duplicating it. Typically day 1 was something, day two different, then the next switch on day four or five depending on the situation.

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    5. I haven’t seen a good explanation of why Russians are using “Z” as their rallying symbol of the Ukrainian invasion. Perhaps to identify the enemy as “Zelenskyy”?

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    6. That's a good question, and I have no idea how that happened. It's certainly not a letter in Cyrillic...

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    7. Remember the movie Red Dawn? There are no wolverines in Colorado outside of a few zoos.

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  27. re: Item 16, I'm fairly certain the correct term is Nophonophobia, unless that's the fear of not having a working turntable or record player for one's vinyl collection.

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    1. And Nophonyphobia is the fear of having an honest politician in the white house.

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    2. I’m my case, it would be “nosamsungophobia.”

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  28. ITEM 10: Who knew Americans were exempt from other country's drug laws?

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  29. 1 - Regardless, it's a time for subtlety - in both how support is provided to Ukraine, and in allowing vlad a face-saving path to retreat upon, since his plans have already failed badly.

    9 - Methinks that she is still hoping that, since can't win an election (because of who and what she is), when the sniffy/giggles cookie crumbles that somehow she'll be given the big chair that she could never get by the usual process.

    16 - FWIW, I always bring mine with me when I go anywhere - in case of emergency (mine or someone else's).

    17 - The GOP knows how to ballot harvest where it is legal (as in Orange County in 2020). It's illegal in AZ. If the only way to win future elections is to engage in illegal activity, we've got bigger problems that need to be addressed.

    18 - Worth repeating that among other things the "D" party is a grooming gang for powerful men...

    19 - See 1 - it's a time for subtlety, but these clowns are too stupid to manage even that...

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  30. Nomophobia means nomo calls telling me my vehicle warranty is about to expire. Oh my! What will I do if my 1994 Suburban needs repairs?

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  31. #13 Tony Stark, er , Elon Musk is quite amazing. the Brandon administration has got to be fuming. Expect him to be hauled in front of Congress for some jinned up charges. May be Liz Cheney in a 'Catwoman ' outfit with a whip.

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  32. Donald John Trump is still our president.

    1: I believe the phrase is, “Don’t do the crime if you can’t do the time”.

    2: The two are not mutually exclusive.

    3: A lot changed when the Murdoch spawn took over.

    4: How odd that one agent of the devil, Putin, battles another.

    Actually, we've seen this movie before.

    7: You broke the code.

    9: Willie was toxic when Epstein was alive. He still is. I just think the Global Slush Fund is getting low and they don't want to go back to Arkinsaw.

    You can't peddle influence when you have no influence.

    PS You really think Willie, not-so-closet racist that he is, had any influence with Zippy?

    16: Aaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrrrrrrrggggggghhhhhh!!!!

    17: No, Rs need to learn to prosecute Democrats no matter how high up.

    19: He's got a war, but who, in his right mind, puts a guy with a name like Antony Blinken in public office?

    The last name is bad enough (insert punchline), but nobody serious names their kid Antony.

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  33. #1&2 It's curious why we Americans suddenly believe everything the media spews when many of us realize they specialize in misinformation and disinformation. That truth came to light for many during their reporting on the pandemic.

    The President of Ukraine is the pretty face who now is portrayed as a hero. The elite rulers of Ukraine are ruthless and corrupt. If they weren't, they'd never do business with relatives of Biden and Pelosi, along with other miscreants in positions of power.

    #17 I don't think many Republicans would get the same favorable treatment from the corrupt judicial system if caught ballot harvesting.

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    1. Please keep in mind that the problem that Zelensky (and Poroshenko before him) were elected to address was oligarchic corruption. It was Burisma that was the problem, and it was Burisma that was channeling money to both the biden and clinton crime families, so that sniffy would force the Ukrainian government to stop its investigation of Burisma.

      Ponder that the real problem, everywhere, is a corrupt oligarchic elite. We The People here now face the same problem that the Ukrainian people face.

      Russia is a place where the corrupt oligarchs run the government. The U.S. and Ukraine are places where "the people" are trying to do something about efforts to effect the same thing in our countries.

      That's the real divide that's hiding behind the old-line country-vs.-country thing going on there now.

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  34. Item #2: There are US bio labs in the Republic of Georgia (I worked for the company that manages them) and surely there are others in Ukraine.

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  35. Item #2: There are US bio labs in the Republic of Georgia (I worked for the company that manages them) and surely there are others in Ukraine.

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  36. Item #2: There are US bio labs in the Republic of Georgia (I worked for the company that manages them) and surely there are others in Ukraine.

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  38. #3: Dr. Naomi Wolf says the elites underestimated the truckers, and highlights the latest FOIA request showing the Biden Admin paid media companies a Billion taxpayer dollars to promote “vaccines.”


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  39. Remain kneeling sir, please don't turn around.

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  40. ITEM 13: Elon Musk tweeted, "Starlink has been told by some governments (not Ukraine) to block Russian news sources. We will not do so unless at gunpoint.

    "Sorry to be a free speech absolutist."

    He's a throwback to when corporate America was patriotic.
    ------------------------
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    The cost is steeper and that taste will never leave their mouths.

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  41. 1. Who's "we" Kemosabe? Did Ukraine sign the Geneva Accords? Or was it the Soviets? Look how well that's worked out. What does Geneva say about bombing civilians? Or invading neighboring countries?

    The took his picture! OH, THE HUMANITY!

    2. I quit watching network news 17 years ago when Fox spent six months reporting daily about some gal who probably went missing in Aruba. How many thousands of other people went missing during that period?

    4. The only country Bidet is unwilling to lift sanctions on is ours.

    6. I have more patience for free speech from people who return the favor. Russia is now an full on fascist state. I see no reason not to apply the same rules to Kuliak as he would probably apply to me. Free speech is not a suicide pact. It is a mutual agreement.

    That said, the undoubtedly woke Metropolitan Opera prove that anti-racists are hyper-racists.

    12. Killing Hitler would have brought Goering to the fore. An accomplished experienced officer would have replaced the corporal.

    Be careful what you wish for if you're thinking Putin is the only person in Russia who longs for the Soviet Empire. Russia has to be defeated, just like Germany was.

    13. Tom Swift is an American Classic, even...especially, when he is an archetypical successful immigrant.

    19. No fly zones don't help against cruise missiles and artillery. Russia's Air Force is almost a no show. The No Fly Zone would be a totally unnecessary forced error.

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