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Wikilink piping

Hello Geopolitician, thanks for your edits. Please see this edit -- I have made several others like it. You have been unnecessarily piping internal links, and it is good practice to use as little code as necessary when adding internal links. Thanks. --1990'sguy (talk) 17:44, 17 August 2018 (EDT)

Thank you, 1990sguy. I always thought that using only brackets would cause them to show up in the WikiText. It always pays to check instead of making assumptions! :) --Geopolitician (talk) 12:27, 18 August 2018 (EDT)
Just so you know, the wiki software assumed you want links when you use bracket pairs. The only ways I know of to get it to show brackets are to either use them unpaired (just on direction, like this [ but not the other) or to enclose it in <nowiki> tags, like this: <nowiki>[bracketed text]</nowiki>. (Personally, I would prefer if you didn't use them unpaired either, since it drives my bot crazy.) Anyway, don't hesitate to ask if there is anything else you ever wonder about! --David B (TALK) 15:50, 18 August 2018 (EDT)

Accidental block

For the record, that Minuteman block was an accidental block bot that was probably triggered by some algorithm. It has nothing to do with any conduct on your part. --1990'sguy (talk) 11:19, 13 September 2019 (EDT)

I found out about the block after it got lifted, and I already knew it was a bot before you commented here, so no worries. Thank you.--Geopolitician (talk) 13:08, 13 September 2019 (EDT)
Sorry about didn't like the tone of your language, and particularly your use of the "c-word." It shouldn't give you any more trouble. --DavidB4 (TALK) 13:12, 13 September 2019 (EDT)
That's okay, and thank you. I've dealt with less tolerant bots on other sites in the past. A few minutes ago, I posted on Disqus and the comment was automatically blocked because it contained the word "kill." It wasn't even used in a literal context. It was used in a symbolic context, such as "gun control will kill the Republic."--Geopolitician (talk) 21:34, 13 September 2019 (EDT)
For the record, I didn't see that DavidB4 lifted your block, so I thought you had to sit through the whole 1 hour 30-minute block. --1990'sguy (talk) 13:24, 13 September 2019 (EDT)
I was only blocked for about ten minutes, and I wasn't even online when it happened. No worries. --Geopolitician (talk) 21:34, 13 September 2019 (EDT)

Finding bigger fish to fry

Hi Geopolitician, given your strong stance against neoconservatives in general, do you want to work on some CP pages like the ones for Colin Powell, Paul Wolfowitz, and likewise similar articles? Some of those types of pages might need updates, and I think it's not worth the bother to put a strongly negative label on certain current political figures. —LiberaltearsMay Dataclarifier be well! 18:14, 17 June 2020 (EDT)

Sure. I’ll try to focus some more on other articles that need updating. I’ll probably create a few new ones too, to go deeper into the implications of the ideology. It’ll be over a period of time, though. I’m not nearly as active as I used to be, and I don’t expect to be for a while. Too many things going on in my personal life right now, to say the least. --Geopolitician (talk) 18:53, 17 June 2020 (EDT)
Good. I got some stuff just yesterday about Colin Powell, how he lead Marines into L.A. to quash riots in 1992, and now more recently criticizing Trump for thinking about doing it. In 1992, it was just one city, today its mayors and governors across the nation encouraging riots. RobSTrump 2Q2Q 19:15, 17 June 2020 (EDT)
Awesome! By the way Geopolitician, here's a list of the officials in the Bush administration, where there are quite a few red links. —LiberaltearsMay Dataclarifier be well! 19:24, 17 June 2020 (EDT)
Also, have you guys ever seen the "official" music video regarding the "Bush Crime Family"? Because the f-word is used in there, I'd prefer not to directly link the video, but it's on Roger Stone's YouTube channel. —LiberaltearsMay Dataclarifier be well! 19:31, 17 June 2020 (EDT)

Cruz is not a neocon

His foreign policy has been described as in between Mccain and Paul. So he is not a necon. He even supported Trump's withdrawal from Syria. He also condemned Biden for Syria strikes. Are you sure you aren't thinking of Lindsey Graham? Graham is a total neo-con. Graham Praised Biden for Syria Strikes.ChadUser (talk) 23:17, 16 May 2021 (EDT)

That edit was not an accident. Cruz used to be a non-interventionist, but after he ran for President, he changed. His close ties to Steve Bannon (who I also consider to be a closet neocon) are especially damning. And to think, I used to defend this guy on this site!
But either way, I once again apologize for the harsh description of one of my Pompeo edits. I still feel bad about it.--Geopolitician (talk) 12:00, 17 May 2021 (EDT)
That non-interventionist support from Cruz has come from 2019 to present. So he is not a neocon.ChadUser (talk) 11:09, 26 May 2021 (EDT)
Mike Lee is the one who has shifted to non-interventionism since 2019. Cruz has shifted in the opposite direction. He supported the Saudi arms deal and supported Pompeo's efforts to start a war with Iran, while Lee (and Rand Paul) did not. I also can't help but wonder if he played was involved in Bannon's efforts to install warmongers in the Trump administration, due to their close ties.--Geopolitician (talk) 12:31, 26 May 2021 (EDT)

You see this yet?

Looks like the CCP is pist off. [1] RobSFree Kyle! 23:48, August 12, 2021 (EDT)


Do not remove talk page posts as you did here. —LTMay D.C., his mother, and I.S. be all well! Sunday, 17:26, October 17, 2021 (EDT)

Whoops! That was 100% accidental. Sorry about that.--Geopolitician (talk) 21:16, October 18, 2021 (EDT)
After several more incidents of accidentally removing talk page posts, I think I've figured out what I've been doing wrong. Whenever I check a page on my watchlist for updates, I usually click on the "View History" tab of that page and look at individual edits before making my own.
In these instances, I think I forgot to go back to the main page (not to be confused with the Main Page) and instead clicked the "Edit" tab while still on the page version I had been viewing. As a result, when I submitted my edit I accidentally erased all edits made after the page version I had been viewing. Once again, I apologize for that. It was an honest mistake, and I'll try not to do it again.--Geopolitician (talk) 16:51, November 13, 2021 (EST)

You want some Deep State stuff to chew on?

Here you go. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 00:58, November 29, 2021 (EST)

Update: [2] RobSLet's Go Brandon! 14:03, November 30, 2021 (EST)
It's fairly obvious what's happening here: Adam Schiff and the Pelosi Panel plan to go after people involved in fundraising for election audits as a fundraising scam in time for the 2022 midterm elections. That is their main strategy since Congress & Biden have no accomplishments to run on. And what "evidence" they produce, was illegally acquired by the corrupt Biden FBI. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 16:57, November 30, 2021 (EST)
That may well be the case. Their move.
Meanwhile, I would advise you not to take Lin Wood seriously. He's always seemed to be a crackpot to me.--Geopolitician (talk) 17:54, December 1, 2021 (EST)
Well, that's why he's releasing this stuff now. He's outraged that nobody is defending him since Rittenhouse called him "insane". Sidney Powell is being isolated as a scammer by Patrick Byrne, while Byrne is trying to remain on good terms with Mike Flynn. It appears Rittenhouse has fallen under the control of a group associated with Flynn somehow. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 18:00, December 1, 2021 (EST)
Okay, so who do you think is the Deep Stater in this situation?--Geopolitician (talk) 18:18, December 1, 2021 (EST)
Well, Patrick Byrne and Gen. Flynn definitely are; the people going after Sidney Powell and Lin Wood are. And Kyle Rittenhouse may have been compromised or now being used directly by the Deep State. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 19:17, December 1, 2021 (EST)
Interesting that you now believe Mike Flynn is Deep State after all this time. Granted, I've always considered him to be a Deep Stater because of his ties to the Erdogan regime in Turkey. Up until about a year ago I had hope for him defecting due to how he's been treated by other Deep State factions, but his QAnon double game has convinced me that he's not serious about actually dismantling the Deep State. He's only serious about giving his Deep State faction the upper hand against other Deep State factions.
To further clarify, I agree with Flynn's claim that QAnon is a CIA psy-op. Which only makes his QAnon double game worse. If you believe QAnon is CIA, then why are you publicly affiliating yourself with it?--Geopolitician (talk) 23:24, December 1, 2021 (EST)
As for Lin Wood, Kyle Rittenhouse is absolutely correct to call him insane. How else do you describe a QAnon follower who goes on Twitter and calls Mike Pence a pedophile who should be executed by firing squad, on the sole basis that Pence helped certify the election results? On a side note, since you mention people going after Sidney Powell, Wood has accused her of being a grifter as well.[3]--Geopolitician (talk) 23:20, December 1, 2021 (EST)
Update: Kyle Rittenhouse denies he's working for the Deep State now. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 00:52, December 12, 2021 (EST)
Looks like Blinken and Biden might have got to Assange. You probably need Isikoff and Yahoo News to confirm the facts, however. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 19:27, December 11, 2021 (EST)
The article you cited is not by either of them, but even if it were, I wouldn't doubt this story. Assange himself attested that he was being treated so poorly that he might die in prison, two years ago.[4]--Geopolitician (talk) 20:49, December 11, 2021 (EST)
Prayers for him.--Geopolitician (talk) 20:49, December 11, 2021 (EST)
Let's go back to Rob's prophetic vision of October 2021. The court ruled two days ago that Assange could be extradited to the U.S. The next day he has a medical emergency in a U.K. jail. As I said then, if the court ruled he could be extradited, he may not live to stand trial in the U.S. What's going to happen when he testifies that Seth Rich gave him the DNC emails and there was no Russian hack?
Well Rob, you may well be right here. Again, prayers for him. May no further harm come to him at the hands of our government, or others.--Geopolitician (talk) 17:00, December 12, 2021 (EST)
And I don't see you screaming Biden & Blinken are murderers, but you stand by the certified lies of Michael Isikoff. Time to wake up. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 00:31, December 12, 2021 (EST)
For the longest time, my main focus has been on the traitors within the populist movement. Going after them is even more important than going after the establishment, because the movement must remain pure in order for it to achieve real change.
That being said, it's already obvious that Biden and Blinken have done harm to Assange, as they have allowed the conditions which have brought him to this point to continue. And if Assange dies, they will indeed be murderers. Along with Pompeo, and even Trump (Trump may have been a rookie, but if someone like me could understand that what is happening to Assange is slow-motion murder, then so can he).--Geopolitician (talk) 17:00, December 12, 2021 (EST)
MSNBC’s Non-Stop Lying About Julian Assange. Jimmy Dore with Glenn Greenwald. $50 says Assange will not live to stand trial in the U.S. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 17:12, December 12, 2021 (EST)
Let's go Brandon!--Geopolitician (talk) 17:14, December 12, 2021 (EST)
Sundances latest: A trip down memory lane with recent updates. [5] Well worth the reading. If you can absorb his narrative here, a lot of his future reporting will make a lot more sense. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 01:07, February 13, 2022 (EST)
Hey, you love tossing around that term "neocon" as a pejorative. I thought maybe you'd find this article interesting from 2015 by the late ROBERT PARRY: The Mess that Nuland Made. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 04:17, February 27, 2022 (EST)
I’m well aware of Nuland’s involvement in the Maidan coup, plus her neocon ties.--Geopolitician (talk) 15:53, February 27, 2022 (EST)

Brzezinski's book

Hey, thought you'd find this interesting. Excerpt:

It’s the Clinton Yugoslavia distraction from Lewinsky-Broaddrick—on steroids. Atomic ones. Yugoslavia is a country that no longer exists. The Washingtonians and their pent-up henchmen/masters running our military seek the same status for Russia. It’s all there in Washington’s eternal godfather Zbigniew Brzezinski’s book The Grand Chessboard. [6]
RobSLet's Go Brandon! 02:18, January 18, 2022 (EST)
It's truly sickening how our government has treated Russia since the end of the Cold War. That aside, I'm only giving this article half credit for its citation of Brzezinski's book, because it fails to establish why Brzezinski wrote that stuff in the first place.--Geopolitician (talk) 17:32, January 18, 2022 (EST)
Another recent citation to Brzezinski's book by Joe Lauria: Tangled Tale of NATO Expansion at the Heart of Ukraine Crisis. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 23:30, January 29, 2022 (EST)
Thanks for sharing. Boy does it feel good to be proven right.--Geopolitician (talk) 12:06, February 7, 2022 (EST)
Here's another cite: "Chris Ernesto at [LINK] headlined on 15 March 2014, “Brzezinski Mapped Out the Battle for Ukraine in 1997: It’s all about maintaining the US position as the world’s sole superpower.” The plan was to squelch Russia in order to retain the existing mono-polar world: control of all the world’s resources by America’s aristocracy, as the dominant player everywhere. Zbigniew Brzezinski’s decades-long patronage by David Rockefeller was now becoming understandable in a stark light." [7]
Seems to me, you should add some of this the Brzezinski article or maybe even create a Grand Chessboard page. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 08:10, February 22, 2022 (EST)
When I get a chance, I will do both.--Geopolitician (talk) 12:26, February 22, 2022 (EST)
Ah ha, I see. Your focus on leadership personalities makes the ideas you base your attacks on take a back burner. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 13:21, February 22, 2022 (EST)
Look, I'm the type who likes to type up big articles all at once, which of course takes some time. But if you want me to come up with something now, I will do it shortly.--Geopolitician (talk) 13:23, February 22, 2022 (EST)
Hey, you're the authority on the subject. I suspected it was bulltwinkies in the 1990s based upon the reputation and accomplishments of the author, but evidently powerful Democrat think tanks took it seriously. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 13:31, February 22, 2022 (EST)
Just created the page. See here.--Geopolitician (talk) 15:18, February 22, 2022 (EST)
Good start. Looks like an orphan page right now. [8] RobSLet's Go Brandon! 18:05, February 22, 2022 (EST)

MPR comment

This kind of behavior on MPR, or any talk page discussion, is unacceptable on CP. [9] Thank you for your attention to this. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 22:16, March 14, 2022 (EDT)

You know what's unacceptable, RobSmith? Your behavior towards me. For several years you have stalked me; undone many of my edits on the grounds that they are "too harsh" on Republicans (in the process embracing the age-old lie that attacking Republicans is synonymous to attacking Conservatives); and bullied and harassed me on various talk pages, hurling at me every false accusation in the book. I have put up with this for YEARS, and I've HAD ENOUGH.
That last accusation you levied against me? The one where you accused me of being a Nazi sympathizer? That's what pushed me over the edge. You can deny that you were accusing me all you want, but the fact is that even asking me questions like that is tantamount to an accusation. And you know that accusation is false, because as you are aware I have consistently maintained the position that NATO and Ukraine started the conflict with their warmongering, and I've even addressed the existence of the Azov Battalion and the threat it poses to regional security. I don't care that you're an admin, and I don't care that you object to me saying that there are certain pages on this wiki riled with conspiracy theories which belong on supermarket tabloids (none of which, by the way, have anything to do with Russia or Ukraine). That doesn't give you an excuse to stoop to the level of the woke left and spew lies about my character in front of a bunch of other users, including Andy.
I'd like an apology, and I'd like you to cease and desist with this behavior. Not just towards me, but other users as well. Because I know I'm not the only user you like to target.--Geopolitician (talk) 22:38, March 15, 2022 (EDT)
I'm sorry, and I'm sorry for having common interests. [10] RobSLet's Go Brandon! 03:28, March 16, 2022 (EDT)
First off, obvious sarcasm at the beginning.
Second, what common interests? Or was that part sarcasm too?--Geopolitician (talk) 19:27, March 16, 2022 (EDT)
International affairs. No, it wasn't sarcasm. And I might think your perspective is somewhat dated, rigid, and uncompromising (which may also be your stereotype of conservative thinking and analysis). And if you can handle criticism, in some areas (I believe) poorly informed, which also may fit a stereotype of conservative thinking. 19:41, March 16, 2022 (EDT)
"Somewhat dated?" "Rigid?" "Uncompromising?" I would use the term "reactionary." By the way, in case you haven't noticed, many younger conservatives/libertarians/populists such as myself have a more reactionary worldview than their older counterparts.
And of course I can handle criticism. Constructive criticism where I'm not being called ever name in the book every five seconds.--Geopolitician (talk) 19:10, March 17, 2022 (EDT)
That's cause you've been brainwashed by American liberalism. Conservativism is all about independent thought, yet you use a liberal framework, "reactionary" to describe yourself. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 19:21, March 17, 2022 (EDT)
The original definition of "reactionary" is one who advocates the reversal of an existing tendency or state to a previous tendency or state. There is nothing inherently wrong with that.--Geopolitician (talk) 00:13, March 20, 2022 (EDT)
"Reactionary" is a pejorative term Marxists use to label their opponents; so-called or alleged "reactionaries" do not label themselves as "reactionary". It is wholly, exclusively Marxist rhetoric. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 00:33, March 20, 2022 (EDT)
First off, the term did not originate as a Marxist pejorative. It originated as a description of of counter-Enlightenment forces in Revolutionary France, decades before Marx was even born.
Second, if you look at the original definition of the term (which I stated in my prior comment), it's actually quite neutral. In theory, anybody can be a reactionary if they advocate the return to a previously-existing status quo. For examples, just as the right-wing monarchists in Revolutionary France were reactionaries, so are the Communists in present-day Russia.--Geopolitician (talk) 00:30, March 22, 2022 (EDT)
You are the only so-called "reactionary" I ever met who calls himself a reactionary or adheres to that definition. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 02:59, March 22, 2022 (EDT)
I'll go a step further and say you sound like a liberal reactionary - at the very moment the planet faces WWIII, you are more concerned about returning to the good old days when nobody called out the lying liberal media and Michelle's Obama's transgenderism. Need I go on? 09:53, March 22, 2022 (EDT)
Wrong. I want to return to the good old days because times were better in general than they are today. That is all, you are overthinking things here.--Geopolitician (talk) 23:28, March 23, 2022 (EDT)
And what happened to your anti-NATO stance? You crusaded on that for years. Zelensky just banned all anti-NATO political parties. But your're more concerned about exposing Michelle Obama rather than the fact open fascists have control NATO. And what previous status quo or state of affairs with NATO do you want to return to? THe Cold War era? or a time that NATO did not exist? Better still, the time that the Great Britain was America's No.1 enemy before NATO was founded?
Wrong again. I complained about your conspiracy theories regarding Michelle Obama before Zelensky banned anti-NATO political parties. Which, by the way, is a reprehensible act on his part.
And yes, I do want to go back to the time that NATO did not exist. But no, not the time before Britain was America's number one enemy, as it's no longer the "Empire Where the Sun Never Sets."--Geopolitician (talk) 23:28, March 23, 2022 (EDT)
Oh no, you don't want to discuss any of these things. You just want to return to the time the liberal media held the sway and attack Mike Pompeo with no evidence. Or the time neocon was a dirty word when George Bush was in office. Many of these efforts look pretty sloppy and amateurish if you really want to play this game. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 10:07, March 22, 2022 (EDT)
There you go again with the "you have no evidence" mantra concerning Pompeo. You know that is false, and you just don't like the evidence I presented. And "neocon" a dirty word? Only in the minds of conservatives who supported Bush. It certainly wasn't a dirty word in the minds of people like Pat Buchanan, who has been proven more and more correct concerning Bush as the years rolled by.[11]--Geopolitician (talk) 23:28, March 23, 2022 (EDT)
There you go again, attacking people rather than discussing issues (when I dangle the bait, you take it every time). RobSLet's Go Brandon! 23:32, March 23, 2022 (EDT)
I'm just speaking the facts here, RobSmith. I'm sure you know that I don't cite only liberal sources when I go after neocons, and that I frequently cite sources like The American Conservative and The Conservative Treehouse when doing so. In fact, I cited the former site in my last reply.--Geopolitician (talk) 00:08, March 24, 2022 (EDT)
I'm just saying, despite what you say, your arguments and approach don't seem conservative, and somehow you got conservative confused with "reactionary", which is a leftist talking point. It makes no difference to me what your personal views are, but leftist talking points are...a little dangerous. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 19:19, March 24, 2022 (EDT)
Did I not say a few posts ago that both leftists and rightists can be reactionaries? A premise which leftists tend to reject?--Geopolitician (talk) 22:39, March 24, 2022 (EDT)
Well, ok. You are got a point and are correct there. But I don't understand why you would embrace such a static and stale ideology in a world dependent on dynamics and innovation. 22:51, March 24, 2022 (EDT)
AOC is a reactionary - she even named her Green New Deal after the good 'ol days of the New Deal. Anti-Putin globalists are reactionaries who want to return to the days when America fancied itself top dog. So it appears you, an anti-globalist and reactionary, are in bed with a bunch of globalist reactionaries.
IMO, a personal opinion, these labels people invent for themselves or assign to their opponents and enemies kinda remind me of an overflowing toilet - they just create a mess nobody wants to clean up. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 23:02, March 24, 2022 (EDT)
I'm not in bed with any of those left-wing reactionaries, because I don't advocate a return to the system they idolize.--Geopolitician (talk) 20:46, March 29, 2022 (EDT)
I am speaking specifically of labels such as "leftwing" or "reactionary" which are virtually meaningless in any context. They tell me absolutely nothing other than the writers personal bias, background, and education. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 20:53, March 29, 2022 (EDT)
Then you look at the use of re-cycled cliches, how hard they go after the intended targets of their ire or wrath, and of coarse the use of exaggeration, which often appears.
Let's take for example your use, or misuse rather, of exaggeration to target Mike Pompeo as a CCP operative responsible for the release of covid. That was rather lame, frankly. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 21:04, March 29, 2022 (EDT)
IMHO, I think these two uploads [12][13] says more about efforts to propagandize children than your twisting of facts and sources to attack Pompeo. And it's done without using controversial or ambiguous labels like "neocon", "reactionary", "leftist", etc. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 21:12, March 29, 2022 (EDT)
I never said that Pompeo was a CCP agent. I said that the CCP did not release the virus, that Pompeo was the likely true mastermind, and that the conspiracy involved framing the CCP for what the Deep State did.
Also, I stated a few weeks back that I no longer support that narrative, and I'm now onboard with the "China did it" theory just like you are.--Geopolitician (talk) 21:16, March 29, 2022 (EDT)
Thank you. That concludes our phase of the investigation into your partisan bias - posting false and defamatory information with no evidence, wanting to edit war over it, and complaining to Andy. In sum, I'd call that extreme trolling. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 22:04, March 29, 2022 (EDT)
That’s a lie. I cited sources which are well-respected within the conservative community to build my case against Pompeo, and you know that. I’ve only since concluded that the arguments in those sources are flawed, hence my change of opinion. One can be wrong for once in a while, right?
And another thing. Where Pompeo is concerned, I’m only backing down regarding the origin of COVID. I’m not backing down on the other stuff.--Geopolitician (talk) 09:54, March 30, 2022 (EDT)
And a third thing. There is no partisan bias. I’m at nothing but a dissident against the unholy alliance between neocons and so-called populists within the American conservative movement. There’s even a term for this alliance: mesoconservatism.[14]--Geopolitician (talk) 10:06, March 30, 2022 (EDT)
Continued: See, here's the flaw in your logic, rhetoric, and thinking, comparing Brezhnev and Khrushchev. [15] It hints at your analysis along social and domestic policy lines, and not foreign policy. It makes you look like an American liberal Democrat - cause that it their major weakness - an inability to understand foreign policy and an instinctive reaction to always relating foreign policy how that foreign policy will be perceived by domestic voters in the United States first. Such thinking is exactly what has led to the U.S. being in bed with Nazis now, how the U.S. got in bed with al Qaeda, what created the Islamic Republic of Iran in 1979, the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution, indeed the origins of the Cold War and Korean War. When George Bush was told his foreign policy would destroy the Republican party, Bush said, "I have political capital and intend to spend it." When Trump was called a 'traitor' by John Brennan, Trump ignored it. When Reagan was accused of provoking nuclear war, he ignored it. When Nixon went to China, he said "the greatest honor that can be bestowed on men is the title 'Peacemaker'", which kept the peace between the US & China for nearly 50 years, and his name is dirt today. No Democrat has the cahoonies to take these risks. They all need to consult opinion pollsters and focus groups first. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 14:34, April 11, 2022 (EDT)
Simply put, you instinctively think of "politics" in domestic policy terms, and not in terms of international relations. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 14:41, April 11, 2022 (EDT)
And since the Clinton era, Democrats who think in terms of international relations, do not think in terms of avoiding war and maintaining peace - they think in terms of 'how can this make me rich off the books'. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 14:47, April 11, 2022 (EDT)
Nixon was no peacemaker. It was under his administration that America enslaved itself to the Saudis through the petrodollar. Which in turn made the Deep State significantly more powerful and made everything that has happened in the Middle East since 1991 possible.--Geopolitician (talk) 15:54, April 11, 2022 (EDT)
And in the Brezhnev and Khrushchev case, there was a massive change in both foreign and domestic policy. Of course you'd never know that, given your domestic American perspective on politics. China stopped following Moscow's lead and went its own way in foreign policy after Khrushchev and the Cuban Missile Crisis brought the planet to the brink of nuclear war. And Russia went back into censorship and repression, after Khrushchev allowed the publication of One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich with its religious references and all, and Khrushchev amnestied people from the gulag. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 15:28, April 11, 2022 (EDT)
You're completely missing the point. When Khrushchev was in power, the USSR was an evil communist empire. When Brezhnev was in power, the USSR was an evil communist empire. No matter who was in charge, the USSR was still an evil communist empire. The rest is just window dressing.
Likewise when Khan was in power, Pakistan was a Salafi/Wahhabi jihadist state. And with Khan gone, Pakistan is still a Salafi/Wahhabi jihadist state. No matter who is in charge, Pakistan is still a Salafi/Wahhabi jihadist state. The rest is just window dressing.--Geopolitician (talk) 15:54, April 11, 2022 (EDT)
As they used to say, 'that and a dime will get you a cup of coffee', but not any recognition as a geopolitical analyst. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 16:14, April 11, 2022 (EDT)
You evidently have trouble differentiating between the shorthand MSM and public school teachers use to communicate complex ideas from what is the real world, which makes you sound like a typical Democrat. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 16:19, April 11, 2022 (EDT)
By your own logic, Cold War-era Birchers and many Indians also sound like typical Democrats.--Geopolitician (talk) 16:52, April 11, 2022 (EDT)
You seem to have some difficulty differentiating between ideas and labels. Labels for the most part are just smear words, a preconceived notion they are intended to convey. Ideas, by contrast, are suppose to lead to a range of rational discussions. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 17:32, April 12, 2022 (EDT)
Wow, talk about a cop-out response. As if I intended to use those terms to smear the character of the people I described in my last reply, and as if I never present original ideas on this site. LMAO--Geopolitician (talk) 17:53, April 12, 2022 (EDT)
Also, that response looks like it was written by a "woke" leftist. No, seriously. It does. "Woke" leftists tend to obsess with labels and call them some sort of offensive, and they absolutely love to preach about how it's against the rules of discourse to use them at any time for any reason (unless they themselves are the ones using them). You are doing the exact same thing right now, and I'd prefer that you stop.--Geopolitician (talk) 18:27, April 12, 2022 (EDT)
See, 'woke leftist' is a smear label intended to rely on the preconceived notions of the hearer without any rational exchange of ideas. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 18:39, April 12, 2022 (EDT)
Okay, then. Why don't we just call every term we use on this site a smear label. "Liberal," "Conservative," "Leftist," "Left-wing," "Right-wing" "Globalist," "Nationalist," "Socialist," "Communist," "Fascist," "Racist," "Sexist," "Bigot," "Black," "White," "Brown," "Yellow," "Red," "Christian," "Jewish," "Muslim," "Hindu," "Buddhist," "Atheist," "Pagan," "Gay," "Straight," "Homosexual," "Heterosexual," "Neocon," "Neolib," "Paleocon," etc. They are all mere smear labels, right?
If I were you, I'd be seeking help right away, RobSmith. I can't think of any other explanation for this behavior other than you've just lost it.--Geopolitician (talk) 20:05, April 12, 2022 (EDT)
You forgot feminist and snowflake. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 20:21, April 12, 2022 (EDT)
My point is, you seem to think politics is all about hurling pejorative labels at Republicans, neocon being you favorite. Yet when a bipartisan coterie of neocons get openly in bed with Nazis, you suddenly become strangely silent. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 20:24, April 12, 2022 (EDT)
That's a lie. You know I haven't been silent on that issue. You're just mad that I'm not parroting the Russian narrative verbatim, so you're resorting to yet more false accusations in order to intimidate me into stopping thinking critically.--Geopolitician (talk) 23:14, April 17, 2022 (EDT)
So, you can fall back on the argument, "Is a Nazi really a Nazi?" to which the obvious response is "Is a neocon really a neocon?" RobSLet's Go Brandon! 20:44, April 12, 2022 (EDT)
Another lie. I have not once disputed the ideology of the Ukrainian neo-Nazi militias.--Geopolitician (talk) 23:14, April 17, 2022 (EDT)
Basically, I'd put your understanding of foreign policy and international relations on a par with Sean Hannity. That's not a very high bar to overcome. I know you can do better. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 16:59, April 13, 2022 (EDT)
And I know you can't do better.--Geopolitician (talk) 23:14, April 17, 2022 (EDT)
Oh, you've missed it all. Does Pompeo's trashing of Putin mean Pompeo's not in bed with Xi, as you allege? or simply confirm he's a Deep State neocon? RobSLet's Go Brandon! 23:20, April 17, 2022 (EDT)
My guess is you'll confirm he's a Deep State neocon, since unwrapping the Xi-Biden-Putin-Pompeo alliance is too complicated. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 23:23, April 17, 2022 (EDT)
Pompeo is a Deep State neocon, and it's precisely for that reason he's not in bed with Xi. You see, Deep State neocons hate Xi just as much as they hate Putin. And they hate both for all the wrong reasons.--Geopolitician (talk) 00:52, April 21, 2022 (EDT)
Or how about the Durham revelations that the CIA was spying on Trump while Pompeo was director? does that mean Pompeo was an anti-Putin, Ukrainian neo-Nazi Trump-Russia hoaxer? And that's even before Putin and Xi got cozy. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 23:26, April 17, 2022 (EDT)
Yes, Pompeo is a Russia hoaxer too. And quite frankly, so is Durham (because he's now pushing a different version of the hoax, one where Hillary is the colluder instead of Trump).--Geopolitician (talk) 00:52, April 21, 2022 (EDT)
Oh, that's right. I nearly forgot. Trump colluded with Russia and that's why we're sending so much aid to fight Russia. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 01:48, April 21, 2022 (EDT)
Nope. Nobody colluded with Russia. Not Trump, not Hillary, not nobody.--Geopolitician (talk) 09:11, April 21, 2022 (EDT)
So tell me, who is a greater threat to the Republic, Anthony Fauci, Xi Jinping, or Kim Reynolds? Fauci & Xi are in bed with Pompeo to exterminate the planet with covid, according to you, but what about Kim Reynolds? RobSLet's Go Brandon! 15:17, April 19, 2022 (EDT)
Fauci and Xi are both being framed. They never intended for COVID to escape the Wuhan lab and cause a global pandemic. The virus may be Fauci and Xi's project, but the pandemic itself is a Deep State neocon project.
Also, I labeled Reynolds as a neocon because of her position on Ukraine. She's yet another establishment hack who wants us to go to war with Russia on false pretenses. And given that the outcome of such a war could be a nuclear catastrophe far, far deadlier than COVID, it's obvious that her ilk is a greater threat not just to the Republic, but to the entire planet.--Geopolitician (talk) 00:52, April 21, 2022 (EDT)
So Xi didn't unleash Fauci's brainchild on the planet until he got instructions from Pompeo to do so. Ok, that makes sense. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 01:50, April 21, 2022 (EDT)
Nope. Fauci and Xi never wanted the virus to leave the lab. The virus was leaked out of the lab by a mole who was taking orders from Pompeo and his gang.--Geopolitician (talk) 09:24, April 21, 2022 (EDT)
I don't get it. You have evidence up the ying-yang that the neocons are responsible for funding the guys who committed the Bucha massacre, but you're more concerned about a no-name GOP governor we didn't have a page on until you decided to do a hit piece on her. Makes me somewhat curious about your real priorities vis-a-vis neocons. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 01:48, April 21, 2022 (EDT)
Of course the neocons are funding Ukrainian neo-Nazis. When did I ever deny that? I'm just not convinced that either side is telling the whole truth about what happened in Bucha, that's all.
Now that war has actually broken out, one must take into account what kind of war it is, and I've concluded that what's going on over there is basically an Eastern European equivalent of the post-partition violence in the former British Raj. Both sides are committing mutual genocide against each other, although at this time that mutual genocide is not organized and is occurring entirely through spontaneous acts at the lower levels of the military hierarchy.
Meanwhile, you should be focusing on the glass from the perspective that it is half-full. If both sides are guilty of genocide, that means Ukraine is guilty of genocide, as are the neocons. We are and have been in agreement on that the entire time.--Geopolitician (talk) 09:24, April 21, 2022 (EDT)

Alright, I'm back. I'm guessing that block was in retaliation for me bringing up your behavior on Andy's talk page again. Don't worry, I won't do that anymore. From now on, I'll just reach out to him by email. And if he chooses not to get involved (which appears to be the case here), then so be it.--Geopolitician (talk) 00:39, April 21, 2022 (EDT)

Thanks for the heads up, I'll remember the threats about sending harassing emails.
No, it's not "retaliation", it's me doing my job. I rarely, if ever take things personal. And my job is to maintain a pleasant editing environment free of trolling behavior. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 01:59, April 21, 2022 (EDT)
I've only emailed Andy twice in the past few days, and the second email was a near-immediate follow-up to the first (because you know, sometimes one forgets to say everything (s)he has to say the first time). I don't have plans to email him a third time, unless you decide to spread more lies about my character.
And by the way, you're not doing your job. You've repeatedly lied about my character on numerous talk pages, using highly personal insults in the process. You think that creates a pleasant environment for me or for like-minded users (ChadUser, Vince Did 7-14, etc.)?--Geopolitician (talk) 09:09, April 21, 2022 (EDT)
Your only accomplishments in CP have been to attack GOP candidates who hold, have held, or are running for elected office. That is readily apparent from your contribs. You need to do a little bit better job at hiding these intents and less trolling arguments when asked to explain some of these attacks. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 13:57, April 21, 2022 (EDT)
My “only” accomplishments? Do you not recall my research and contributions on The Grand Chessboard, National Globalism, and Turanism? Also, I’m currently working on such for National Bolshevism.
Furthermore, you should be thankful that I, ChadUser, Vince Did 7-14, and others have such a zealous approach towards exposing the hidden RINOs of the GOP. Few rival us in that zeal.--Geopolitician (talk) 15:21, April 21, 2022 (EDT)
Is this suppose to be some sort of revelation, coordinated trolling attacks? We have a different way of dealing with them nowadays. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 15:56, April 21, 2022 (EDT)
We're not coordinating anything. We're just like-minded, that's all. We're all right-leaning Millennials who believe conservatism in its present form is corrupt and must be drastically reformed from the ground up. But unlike out Boomer and Gen-X counterparts, we're unwilling to show any restraint on who we go after within the movement. Because we've got far less to lose at our age.--Geopolitician (talk) 16:14, April 21, 2022 (EDT)
And thank you for your contribution at The Grand Chessboard at my suggestion. We need more of that kind of help, and less of the open trolling. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 15:59, April 21, 2022 (EDT)
I wanted to make the concept well-known among other users before going ahead with that. And boy did I succeed at that. But I get the memo here. Less talk, more do.--Geopolitician (talk) 16:14, April 21, 2022 (EDT)

Per your email

Thanks for the heads up. We'll root out all the neo-Nazi conspirators now. RobSZ 23:06, April 23, 2022 (EDT)

Saudi Arabia-Chechen jihadis-Kadyrov-Putin

You can't have it both ways. Your trashing Saudi Arabia, who funded the Chechen jihadis who committed the Beslan massacre, and were defeated by Kadyrov & Putin makes no sense. Your only point is to trash neocon Republicans. RobSZ 18:17, May 1, 2022 (EDT)

It makes perfect sense if you accept the premise that Kadyrov is not truly reformed, and expresses his radical jihadi ideology in different ways than he did in the '90s. His way of thinking is essentially a compromise between Wahhabism and Putinism, but it's still closer to the former than to the latter. Why Putin tolerates him is beyond me.--Geopolitician (talk) 09:47, June 7, 2022 (EDT)
This issue has nothing to do with Putinism, Wahhabism, jihadism, or any other ideology - it has to do with the structure of the Federated Russian state. RobSZ 15:05, June 7, 2022 (EDT)
Not disputing that. Although it is questionable whether Putin made a good trade-off with his deal with Kadyrov. Particularly in the long-term.--Geopolitician (talk) 19:09, June 7, 2022 (EDT)

Do not pull a stunt like this again

[16] RobSZ 01:21, June 7, 2022 (EDT)

Interesting you would only now give me a warning about an edit which I made eight months ago and you removed four months ago, but okay.--Geopolitician (talk) 09:39, June 7, 2022 (EDT)
It was in up til yesterday. You and I have spent tens of hours debating this point. That category is not simply "highly exaggerated" - with absolutely no proof - it is trolling. Malicious trolling. RobSZ 14:47, June 7, 2022 (EDT)
I stand corrected. It was actually me who removed those categories back in February, not you. Then the following day you accidentally restored those edits when you clicked the “undo” button to remove another edit I had made. And it was only now those edits were re-removed.--Geopolitician (talk) 19:07, June 7, 2022 (EDT)
Be advised: I am cracking down hard on any misuse of the Category:Neoconservatives, and other categories. This applies to all editors. In the case of a neocon, a neocon is not someone who simply voted for the 2001 AUMF in the House (which passed 434-1) or the 2022 Ukrainian Lend Lease Act. Or a public figure who made stupid comments to stupid questions in the media. Be ready to present any evidence on a talk page, which would be best served by the individual personally identifying as a neocon or whatever other pejorative an editor wishes to apply against their targets and enemies. Guilt by association, personal insinuations, and biases of an editor may not be enough to draw a conclusion. These issues will not be debated to death, either. We will need clear and succinct evidence in one statement or argument. Thank you. RobSZ 15:00, June 7, 2022 (EDT)
Will you putting out an advisory in the Main Page talk page about it? If so, I’d prefer you go into more detail explaining the “dos and don’ts.” As in, “do call someone a neocon if X; don’t call someone a neocon if Y, maybe call someone a neocon if Z, with certain conditions.”--Geopolitician (talk) 19:07, June 7, 2022 (EDT)
According to some sources, neoconservatism is a Zionist plot. So I am well aware of your efforts to paint CP as anti-Semitic. RobSZ+ 02:46, July 6, 2022 (EDT)
I’m well aware of that conspiracy theory, and I’ve always rejected it. Yes there’s some ideological overlap between the two, but support for Israel is not the central premise of neoconservatism.--Geopolitician (talk) 11:31, July 6, 2022 (EDT)
If that is the case, then we need to focus on defining what neoconservativism is within the neoconservative article, and stop using it as a pejorative slur as you and several other editors have habitually done for years now. RobSZ+ 13:49, July 6, 2022 (EDT)
There is little, to no difference between your and several other editors use of the term "neocon", and Ukrainian nationalist leader Andriy Paruby's criticism of "Semite-led Untermenschen.” RobSZ+ 13:57, July 6, 2022 (EDT)
The central premise of neoconservatism is American imperialism, not Zionism. The only reason many neocons staunchly support Israel is because they believe they can use Israel as a tool in their quest to rule over Eurasia. If Israel ever told the neocons to kiss off, the neocons would turn on Israel in a heartbeat. Case in point: Adam Kinzinger.--Geopolitician (talk) 21:53, July 7, 2022 (EDT)
Our neocon article needs updating. For example, "neocons begrudgingly supported Mitt Romney as the Republican nominee for President in 2012, even though he was not their first choice and Romney has never supported the neocon agenda." In 2012 when Romney said Russia was America's No.1 enemy, that was (a) about the same time the Maidan coup and take down of Russia was being plotted; (b) he must've been in the pay of China to make such a statement; and (c) he must've known Al Qaeda & ISIS were on the CIA payroll and was helping to cover up for Obama. RobSZ+ 23:35, July 7, 2022 (EDT)
Apparently Romney reversed his position on Russia being our No. 1 threat earlier this year. But that hardly means anything considering that his fellow neocons want to destroy China just as much as they want to destroy Russia. No doubt they are currently plotting an East Asian equivalent to the Maidan coup in hopes of provoking a Chinese military response. In fact they almost succeeded in making it happen back in 2019, but fortunately Trump was able to defuse that situation.--Geopolitician (talk) 01:27, July 8, 2022 (EDT)
There's an ongoing CIA color revolution in Uzbekistan. RobSZ+ 13:22, July 8, 2022 (EDT)
During the Afghan war, the Afghan president's personal security detail was contracted out to Russian-trained Uzbek mercenaries (in the effort to build an Afghan National Army, nobody knew which tribal groups could be trusted). So there is a long-established relationship there between CIA and Uzbek paramilitary groups. RobSZ+ 13:28, July 8, 2022 (EDT)
Remember, ideology and allegiances mean nothing; the US just pays $100 a day to whoever is willing to work with them. Times haven't changed. RobSZ+ 13:30, July 8, 2022 (EDT)

Amit Sengupta

I recommend following this guy as a geopolitical analyst. RobSZ+ 23:15, July 5, 2022 (EDT)

False flag

Here you go. Put you abilities to work. Sundance blames the CIA/State Dept., and Sundance generally is not known as a conspiracy theorist.

For background why the U.S. would interfere in an agreement between Russia, Ukraine, the EU, and UN, see Alexander Mercouris. If the U.S. and it global propaganda apparatus begins to immediately blame Russia and accuse Russia of "bad faith", I'd take that as a virtual confirmation that Sundance's hypothesis is true RobSZ+ 19:08, July 23, 2022 (EDT)

The US has interfered in a Russia-Ukraine-EU deal before. It’s called the Maidan coup.
That being said, the timing of this attack along with the fact that the EU was a party to the agreement but the US wasn’t, indicates the likelihood that it was a false flag incident by the US. Not Ukraine, the US.--Geopolitician (talk) 22:29, July 23, 2022 (EDT)
On a related note, have you been warming up to Sundance’s assertion that China was framed and it was actually the US who unleashed COVID? And that Mike Pompeo was a major player in said conspiracy?'--Geopolitician (talk) 22:31, July 23, 2022 (EDT)
Yah we been over that a dozen times.
But back to the attack in Odessa. This fits with what many commentators have said. The U.S. and UK are the driving forces behind the war, and the EU has been forced to come along. And one of Russia's objectives is to denazify Europe by splitting up NATO and the EU, liberating Europe from American control, and restoring the nations of Europe's individual sovereignty. RobSZ+ 23:12, July 23, 2022 (EDT)
On Liberating Europe, The Saker. RobSZ+ 13:25, July 24, 2022 (EDT)
Excerpt: "we should not forget that there was never any formal peace treaty between the USSR and Germany in 1945, merely a ceasefire. Since German arms are today killing Russians in the Ukraine, it can be considered that Germany has broken that ceasefire."
Germany’s NATO days are about to end. RobSZ+ 13:42, July 24, 2022 (EDT)
Batiushka's claim in that article is totally false. In reality Russia and Germany signed a formal peace treaty in 1990. The title of that treaty is the "Treaty on the Final Settlement with Respect to Germany," and includes the US, the UK, and France as additional parties. Although Russia has claimed several times that the treaty was subsequently violated by NATO expansion, it has still acknowledged the treaty's existence and continued effect.
Ironically, there is a former Axis power which Russia has not signed a formal peace treaty with, but that country is Japan, not Germany. The main reason for this is Japan's refusal to recognize Russian sovereignty over the Kuril Islands, which Russia annexed in 1945.--Geopolitician (talk) 14:42, July 24, 2022 (EDT)
That's assuming the validity of that treaty. The Russian Federation has assumed all debts, liabilities, and obligations of its predecessor state, the USSR. A case can be made that the BRD has violated existing obligations. RobSZ+ 14:57, July 24, 2022 (EDT)
There's a good case for arguing that Germany has violated existing obligations, but that doesn't mean the treaty was never signed. Saying that a treaty was never signed, like what Batiushka said in that article, is an objectively false statement.--Geopolitician (talk) 15:12, July 24, 2022 (EDT)
Ok, so the main charge for Crimes Against Peace was Hitler's violation of the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact, while at the exact same moment the Russians were violating the Matsuoka Pact. RobSZ+ 16:12, July 24, 2022 (EDT)
The point is, the RF has owned up to its responsibilities as the successor state of the USSR (it has accepted responsibility for the Katyn massacre, paid off Ukraine's foreign debt, was in negotiation for return of the Kurils up to Feb. 2022, etc) whereas the US has not acted in good faith and has violated the spirit of many of these agreements, going back to the ceasefire resolution of 1945. RobSZ+ 18:49, July 24, 2022 (EDT)
The Joint Allied ceasefire declaration of May 1945 declared the Nazi Party a criminal organization, and declared membership in a Nazi organization a crime (which has been codified in many Western states); the U.S. organized Maidan coup of 2014 handed the Ukrainian Defense Ministry and Ministry of the Interior over to Nazi organizations (Svoboda, the Right Sektor, etc.). RobSZ+ 18:55, July 24, 2022 (EDT)
The Kurils is an interesting case; the RF will not hand them back to Japan if Japan in turn allows the US to occupy them with bases. The RF needs a guarantee of Japanese sovereignty, and an enforcement mechanism against US duplicity (as happened in the case of East Germany and violation of the Oder-Neise Line). RobSZ+ 19:08, July 24, 2022 (EDT)
Going by the geostrategy of Dugin's Foundations of Geopolitics, here's what Russia appears to want in terms of territorial changes, in the long run:
  • Abkhazia: Annex the whole country.
  • Azerbaijan: Annex all territory north of the Caucasus mountains. The rest of the country is annexed by Iran.
  • Belarus: Annex the whole country.
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina: Annex the Serbian-speaking territory. The rest of the country becomes a rump state.
  • Bulgaria: Annex the whole country.
  • Finland: Annex the whole country.
  • Georgia: Annex all territory north of the Caucasus mountains. The rest of the country is annexed by Iran.
  • Germany: Give them back Kaliningrad in exchange for the country breaking its alliance with the US.
  • Greece: Annex the whole country.
  • Japan: Give them back the Kuril islands in exchange for the country breaking its alliance with the US.
  • Kazakhstan: Annex the whole country
  • Kosovo: Annex the whole country.
  • Kyrgyzstan: Annex the whole country.
  • Moldova: Annex the whole country.
  • Mongolia: Annex the whole country.
  • Montenegro: Annex the whole country.
  • North Macedonia: Annex the whole country.
  • Romania: Annex the whole country.
  • Serbia: Annex the whole country.
  • South Ossetia: Annex all territory north of the Caucasus mountains. The rest of the country is annexed by Iran.
  • Tajikistan: Annex the whole country.
  • Transnistria: Annex the whole country.
  • Turkmenistan: Annex the whole country.
  • Ukraine: Annex the the Russian-speaking provinces, the provinces bordering the Black Sea, and the territory which was part of Romania prior to 1939. The rest of the country becomes a rump state. (Plan B: If a rump state is not possible, annex the whole country).
  • Uzbekistan: Annex the whole country.--Geopolitician (talk) 12:33, July 26, 2022 (EDT)
Here's another interesting article from The Saker, only this one deals with the demography of a post-NATO Western Europe.
As to Dugin, Andrei Martynov says he has no influence. Personally, I'm inclined toward the view that much of anti-Russian propaganda and talking points indeed does come from Polish (and a few other bordering states) analysts and "experts", who now have disproportionate influence in NATO and Trans Atlantic alliance circles (Lavrov calls them "extremists"). These are the ones making outlandish claims about Dugin and how the Ruski Mir is supposed to be a recreation of the Russian Empire, the Third Reich, or the USSR, etc. RobSZ+ 14:37, July 26, 2022 (EDT)
Dugin as a lobbyist has been sidelined by the Kremlin since late 2014, when he was fired from his teaching position at Moscow State University after he publicly called for Putin to wage full-scale genocide against the Ukrainian people in retaliation for the Odessa massacre. Since then he's been spending most of his time hanging out with the alt-right, specifically the factions who identify as Nazbols. However, he still has credibility among factions of the Russian military primarily because of Foundations of Geopolitics, which to this day is the only major geopolitical manifesto written specifically to counter the "Eurasian Heartland" strategy that has been used by the West since 1945 and especially since 1991.--Geopolitician (talk) 16:00, July 26, 2022 (EDT)
I dunno; he's kinda just a scholarly theoretician, like Tonybee, Treitschke, or Mearsheimer who people quote to give their arguments credibility. The problem in the U.S. is, we have too many of these types in policy making positions (e.g. Jake Sullivan, Samantha Power, et al). RobSZ+ 16:21, July 26, 2022 (EDT)
Dugin's theory is quite simple: it's the age old debate between a land power and a sea power. He begins with Carthage vs. Rome. In the modern world, it's the Anglo-American alliance vs. Russia. This is where the talk of Moscow being a "Third Rome" comes from. RobSZ+ 14:52, July 26, 2022 (EDT)
Long before there ever was a NATO or USSR, there was the Russian Federation going back at least to the time of Attila the Hun. The Russian Federation is a "collective security alliance". The people living under the alliance, each with its own distinct cultures, traditions, and forms of government, have pledged to protect the alliance from outside invaders, rather than killing themselves, allowing themselves to be exploited by outsiders, or killing each other. It wasn't until 1949 that Western Europe ever conceived the idea (they didn't invent it), and even at that, it had to be imposed upon them from outside. RobSZ+ 15:20, July 26, 2022 (EDT)
Oh, nevermind all this. The MOD admitted to it. They were looking for Harpoon missiles. RobSZ+ 13:27, July 24, 2022 (EDT)
I'm not entirely surprised by that revelation because of the "crisis war" status the Ukraine conflict has become for Russia, but I'm not exactly remorseful for blaming our own government first either.--Geopolitician (talk) 14:42, July 24, 2022 (EDT)
Sundance jumped the gun, and so did I. In retrospect, looks like we're in for the long haul, which only increases the danger of escalation. RobSZ+ 14:43, July 26, 2022 (EDT)
Russia owning up to the attack furthers the credibility of the Russian MOD in war reporting, versus the Western propaganda mouthpieces. RobSZ+ 14:58, July 26, 2022 (EDT)

Part 2

Bombing of Donetsk POW camp? [17] RobSZ+ 14:58, July 29, 2022 (EDT)

Military Summary analysis.

John Mark Dougan analysis.

Two questions: (a) Does Russia have captured or purchased HIMARs, and why hasn't the MOD confirmed it yet? (b) Why wasn't John Mark Dougan there today, as he indicates he was suppose to be? Was he given a heads up? RobSZ+ 15:07, July 29, 2022 (EDT)

Now, I realize questions and issues like this detract from your primary interest of doing hit jobs on potential Republican presidential candidates, like Cruz, Pompeo, and De Santis. But you should make an effort to CYA with some bona fidas. Thanks. RobSZ+ 15:12, July 29, 2022 (EDT)
Another argument the Russians did it themselves: (a) the prison was located very close to the front line; (b) all the AZOV members, as well as US & UK mercenaries, were under a death sentence; (c) the US & UK governments refused to negotiate for their release (after encouraging them to sign up); (d) their propaganda value had more less come to an end (particularly since their propaganda use effectively created sympathy for them in the West); (e) executing them before a firing squad would be used as evidence of barbarism against Russia in Western media; (f) the recent firings of high level Ukrainian security personnel is likely related to the sale of a HIMAR to the Russian military, which the Russian MOD holds as a close secret; (g) keeping prisoners under a death sentence incarcerated close to the front prepares for an eventuality like this. [My comment: being familiar with GRU operations, none of these conflict with the brilliant record GRU has in carrying out operations. Also, this would leave Russia with 11 more HIMAR missiles that could be used in other tactical operations with similar propaganda/strategic value.]
I'll reserve analysis of Ukrainian/US motivations til later. RobSZ+ 15:30, July 29, 2022 (EDT)
Let's begin with these set of facts: if the US/Ukraine/NATO/EU call for an international investigation, it would virtually confirm corruption of the Ukrainian government and sale of a HIMAR to Russia. So while Western media can allege Russian barbarism and war crimes, there likely won't be calls for an international investigation to determine facts. RobSZ+ 15:42, July 29, 2022 (EDT)
The Russian argument tends toward the theory that Azov Nazis had disgraced themselves and Ukraine by surrendering, so the Zelensky regime took them out. While 99.9% plausible and believable, it's still a bit of a stretch for Western audiences, although Ukrainian and Russian listeners will agree 100%. RobSZ+ 15:50, July 29, 2022 (EDT)
John Mark Dougan says Azov Nazis and mercenaries were giving up information about illegal weapons transfers to Kurds in Syria (there is an issue related to Russian torture here); this however points more at US motivations to kill them with HIMARs (US personnel are said to actually be in the field with each HIMAR unit helping Ukrainians operate the weapon). Propaganda wise, it points to Russia; operationally, with strong motivations that fit a historical pattern of CIA operations, it points to CIA. RobSZ+ 15:57, July 29, 2022 (EDT)

I anxiously await your analysis of a real life issue like this, and to see how you intend to use it to attack potential GOP presidential candidates. RobSZ+ 16:06, July 29, 2022 (EDT)

Well, based on the above it's more than likely that the US or Ukraine did it and it was yet another false flag. But even if it turns out Russia did do it by using a HIMAR it somehow acquired one way or another, it still reflects poorly on the US and Ukraine because that would mean their militaries are either incompetent or infiltrated by double agents. That being said, this is just another chapter in the painfully long story of a conflict which (1) Joe Biden started on false pretenses; and (2) goes against our national interests.
And since you want to bring Ted Cruz, Ron DeSantis, and Mike Pompeo into the conversation, let me be the first to tell you that if/when they get on that debate stage and start talking about Ukraine, they won't be talking about how the war is morally wrong or that Biden is a war criminal or that the war goes against our national interests. No, they'll just lie about the reason the war happened and make it all about how Biden is supposedly "weak" and how only they could've prevented the war from happening because they are such tough guys. And if you dare ask them about the possibility of making peace with Russia, they'll start spewing the same old MSM propaganda about how everybody who doesn't want to go to war with Russia are useful idiots at best and traitors at worst. Do you, a consistent defender of all three of those people, not understand this?--Geopolitician (talk) 22:16, July 29, 2022 (EDT)
I think the American people are brainwashed, and think how a candidate will talk about the war on a debate stage is governed by how the media will react, and not by what is "morally right". RobSZ+ 22:56, July 29, 2022 (EDT)
Then America, at least in its Constitutional form, is destined to fail.[18]--Geopolitician (talk) 13:34, July 30, 2022 (EDT)
Back to the main subject: although the murders and war crimes were a screaming headline this morning, the fact it's being ignored by Western media 18 hours later points the U.S. and Ukraine. RobSZ+ 23:07, July 29, 2022 (EDT)
Agreed.--Geopolitician (talk) 13:35, July 30, 2022 (EDT)
Having looked at more evidence from both sides (CIA/Ukrainians now claim it was done with thermobarics, which is doubtful, rather than HIMARs), the Russians produced more compelling evidence: the fact that Ukrainians shoot soldiers attempting to surrender. Blowing up a POW camp tells frontline soldiers they cannot escape the long arm of Kyiv (additionally, legislation was introduced into the Rada to make it legal for commanders to execute troops who don't follow orders, such as not retreating or surrendering). Let me add my own observation that points to classic GRU operation: Being that Azov Nazi 'heroes' were the main target, it could be an attempt by GRU to drive a further wedge between Zelensky and Nazi forces. If the remaining Nazi forces become convinced that Zelensky killed his own heroic Nazis (of which there is powerful evidence), they may take matters into their own hands and depose Zelensky, which is what the Russians want rather than removing him themselves (they could have rubblized his Kyiv headquarters at anytime over the past 5 months, but his leadership has actually worked to their advantage.) Let me also add, there will be no ceasefire or peace negotiations as long as Zelensky is in power, and the Russians would rather have the CIA, NATO, or Azov Nazis remove Zelensky, which then is an admission of defeat. RobSZ+ 14:34, July 30, 2022 (EDT)
Comment: Do you recall when Zelensky demanded a face-to-face meeting with Putin? Widely heralded in Western media? (an example of the bad advice he was getting from Western intelligence and media 'experts'). Putin responded the second or third time after such a request, "I will destroy you." His request is a classic example of a head of state not knowing the limits of his own power, hence being unfit for that position of leadership. The power flattered his ego and went to his head. He mistakenly thought he can make demands on other people and they will cow tow. Biden is doing the same thing with Xi Jinping right now sending Pelosi to Taiwan. RobSZ+ 16:25, July 30, 2022 (EDT)


If Larry Eagleberger and John Bolton opposed recognition of Kosovo, why are they considered neocon warmongers? Thanks. RobSZ+ 19:55, August 1, 2022 (EDT)

I actually did not know they opposed recognition of Kosovo. However, that's only one issue. What about the others?
Bolton is a hawk on pretty much everything else, so it's rather conclusive that he's a neocon warmonger.
Eagleburger I'm mixed on. He opposed invading Iraq, but he supported attacking Iran. That's rather odd, perhaps to the point where I could call him a warmonger but not a neocon warmonger.--Geopolitician (talk) 13:51, August 2, 2022 (EDT)
Being a hawk is not synonymous with being a neocon. That's the point. RobSZ+ 17:48, August 2, 2022 (EDT)
Being a hawk on issues related to America's vital national security interests is not synonymous to being a neocon.
Being a hawk on issues not related to America's vital national security interests is not synonymous to being a neocon. RobSZ+ 17:51, August 2, 2022 (EDT)

Daughter of Aleksandr Dugin, Darya Dugina, assassinated in Moscow region.

Who do you think would be behind this? Biden? the SBU? My money is on Polish Intelligence, at least that's where I'd begin to look. RobSIch bin ein breakfast taco 23:11, August 20, 2022 (EDT)

This is Darya Dugin reporting on Ukrainian Nazi war crimes. She had a PhD, I understand. Her English was very good. RobSIch bin ein breakfast taco 23:19, August 20, 2022 (EDT)

If any foreign country was behind this, that country has made a big mistake. Putin is not one to take acts like this lying down. Whoever did it is asking for it. Really asking for it.--Geopolitician (talk) 23:53, August 20, 2022 (EDT)


Do you think the rumors of a coup in China is a CIA false flag to create discontent? [19] RobSIch bin ein breakfast taco 15:04, September 24, 2022 (EDT)

It’s possible, but if that’s the case then they failed miserably.--Geopolitician (talk) 16:58, September 24, 2022 (EDT)
Well all flights somehow got cancelled, then the rumors flew creating questions of stability in peoples minds who previously didn't have it, which emboldened a few people to speak up, which created fear and mistrust between people when it proved not true, which a textbook way to begin sowing chaos and division to begin a coup. RobSIch bin ein breakfast taco 21:41, September 24, 2022 (EDT)
The Chinese foreign ministry at the SCO summit warned the people of the world to be on the lookout for Western-backed Orange Revolutions. This behavior, coming days after the foreign ministers warning, is consistent with the smart allecky, snot nose punk, in your face attitude that the CIA has a reputation for. RobSIch bin ein breakfast taco 21:48, September 24, 2022 (EDT)


Is it possible the sabotage of the NordStream pipelines is a Russian false flag? Putin suggested last week reopening it. Germany is losing the propaganda war, badly. Is this part of a brilliant Russian disinformation campaign to expose the real aims of NATO & the United States to the European and American public, without a shade of suspicion falling on Russia? After all, the Russians had absolutely nothing to lose, since sanctions will not be lifted anytime soon. RobSIch bin ein breakfast taco 16:47, September 27, 2022 (EDT)

Then again, secondly, looking at the logistics of the situation, the sabotage occurred in Danish territorial waters. So the mighty NATO alliance isn't the swift and all-powerful force that it imagines itself, if Russian saboteurs can penetrate. NATO & Lord Austin know the truth who did it; will Lord Austin publicly admit NATO's incompetence, ineptness, and vulnerabilities? or, if he remains silent, is Lord Austin and other NATO planners having second thoughts about Russian capabilities? RobSIch bin ein breakfast taco 16:52, September 27, 2022 (EDT)

It's too early to tell if it was intended to be a false flag, because it's so obvious that it was done by the US that people like Radoslaw Sikorski are saying so and thanking the US for doing it.--Geopolitician (talk) 16:54, September 27, 2022 (EDT)
Well BINGO. And Paul Joseph Watson just did a piece on German censorship. [20] First impressions matter, cause you won't hear anymore about this attack on the sovereign integrity of Germany by the United States again as the MSM covers it up in the tide of events. RobSIch bin ein breakfast taco 16:57, September 27, 2022 (EDT)
(For historical parallels, one would have to look at the UK bombing of the French Mediterranean fleet after the Fall of France in 1940, i.e., an impulsive response cause the UK was losing the war at that point). RobSIch bin ein breakfast taco 17:01, September 27, 2022 (EDT)
But for propaganda purposes, this is a big win for Putin, whether he did it (not likely) or not (likely). That's why a swift curtain of censorship and alleged "Fact Check" deniers have to come down. RobSIch bin ein breakfast taco 17:09, September 27, 2022 (EDT)
IOWs, anyone who suggests the West did it (or even talks about it in the near future) is "Putin propaganda" and "Russian disinformation." RobSIch bin ein breakfast taco 17:10, September 27, 2022 (EDT)
It'll be interesting to see how they react to Sikorski's tweets concerning this event. --Geopolitician (talk) 17:52, September 27, 2022 (EDT)

Perhaps I spoke too soon when I said it was not a false flag. Looks like Western governments (Ukraine included) are now blaming Russia and denying that the US had anything to do with it.--Geopolitician (talk) 21:09, September 27, 2022 (EDT)

Ah Ha! So the mighty NATO is not all its cracked up to be. Those sneaky Russians crept in right under our noses while NATO was defending democracy. RobSIch bin ein breakfast taco 23:31, September 27, 2022 (EDT)
Well, after we have an "international investigation" or a German investigation in 3 or 5 years or maybe never, we can establish the truth. Maybe we can get Robert Mueller or John Durham to head it. RobSIch bin ein breakfast taco 23:29, September 27, 2022 (EDT)
Joking aside, if Russia did it, Article 5 of the NATO Treaty could be invoked. But I trust nobody is keen on having too quick or high profile investigation into the facts right now - despite the US and NATO itching to invoke Article 5. RobSIch bin ein breakfast taco 00:38, September 28, 2022 (EDT)

After watching Tucker Carlson's show tonight I'm revising my opinion on whether this was intended to be a false flag yet again, this time to "what the hell is going on?" At this point, we have three different narratives coming out of the West. Biden is refusing to confirm or deny anything, Zelensky is blaming Russia, and Sikorski is saying it was the US (and thanking Biden for it). They are all over the place trying to come up with a response, which of course is a major red flag when one asks (the seperate question asking) who actually did it.--Geopolitician (talk) 00:53, September 28, 2022 (EDT)

It's an Act of War by the United States against the civilians of Germany and the European Union, and the government of the Russian Federation.
And some people laugh when they hear this is NATO's last desperate days. Nobody in Europe (outside of Poland) is laughing now. The citizens know the United States intends to kill European civilians by freezing and starvation (now, the Greens and some other climate change activists, degrowth and depopulation movement activists, along with WEF oligarchs, don't have a problem with that). RobSIch bin ein breakfast taco 16:50, September 28, 2022 (EDT)
See Siege of Leningrad for the strategy of genocide by freezing and starvation; this scene from the 2009 film, Attack on Leningrad where aides discuss with Hitler how many grams of bread and calories a person needs to survive I found shocking, cause I couldn't say what sources were used. But I can't discount that something like this did happen in front of so many witnesses. RobSIch bin ein breakfast taco
Like the Holocaust (code name "Final Solution") uninformed people who caught wind of its existence - that it was the official policy of the Reich - found it too fantastic to believe despite the evidence before their face. Because of the number of displaced persons after the war, and other factors, it was years and years afterward before the a picture emerged of the scope and truth of the matter. No, the boys at Normandy really had no idea what they were fighting for, or against. RobSIch bin ein breakfast taco 17:19, September 28, 2022 (EDT)

Kerch Bridge truther movement

So what do you think? The Kerch bridge, causing minimal damage, was an inside job to mobilize Russian public opinion for a 20-year war on NATO terrorism? RobSIch bin ein breakfast taco 20:49, October 8, 2022 (EDT)

As of right now, I'm on the fence.--Geopolitician (talk) 12:30, October 9, 2022 (EDT)

Persistence pays

You may have hit pay dirt finally. According to Jeffrey Sachs, the U.S. may have been behind SARS Covid-2. [21] RobSIch bin ein breakfast taco 12:08, October 10, 2022 (EDT)

Of course the US was behind the creation of COVID. That’s been obvious for many months. The real question is whether China released the virus from the Wuhan lab to which it had been outsourced, or if the virus was released by a CIA agent who had infiltrated the lab as part of a false flag operation designed to create a pretext for war with China. You know which theory I’m leaning towards.--Geopolitician (talk) 19:07, October 10, 2022 (EDT)
It appears to be a partnership outsourced or offshored to China, with US funding. By partnership, I mean the CCP was fully aware of the project, its dangers, and potential. My own understanding is China felt somewhat betrayed by Trump, didn't want to pay the $350 billion in tariffs, feared the release of the report on organ harvesting and its impact on world public opinion, and most of all feared Trump's imminent reelection with the booming economy. (One can say that the CCP not only felt betrayed by Trump, they felt betrayed by their friends in "elite power circles", i.e. the Deep State, which failed to stop Trump with impeachment, and now was headed for another 4 years). Therefore, I come down on the side that says the Wuhan "leak" was not an accident.
It was a last desperate attempt to stop Trump and reprisal action against all of America, the CCP's friends and allies included, for what they considered betrayal. And this is why CCP's cohorts and allies in the U.S., and in media, went along with the cover story, to cover their own complicity. RobSIch bin ein breakfast taco 19:26, October 10, 2022 (EDT)
You seem to forget that there was another faction which opposed the Phase 1 trade deal: the neocon wing of the Trump administration, led by Bolton and Pompeo. They wanted to balkanize China the same way they wanted to balkanize Russia, and they saw the trade deal as a threat to their agenda because they feared that it would lead to an improvement of Sino-American relations. So they decided to act, first by sponsoring an attempted color revolution in Hong Kong. Now, is it a coincidence that the Wuhan lab leak occurred in the immediate aftermath of that uprising?--Geopolitician (talk) 12:30, October 11, 2022 (EDT)
So what came first, the chicken or the egg? It was the covid lockdowns and printing of an extra 15 million mail-in ballots that defeated Trump. Rigging electronic voting machines solely in key states and precincts was too tall an order to rely on to throw an election. RobSIch bin ein breakfast taco 19:39, October 10, 2022 (EDT)

We have a twofer

Notwithstanding the "secret" meeting between the CIA and FSB heads yesterday (how is it a secret if everybody knows about it?), less than 24 hours later we have a "twofer": a precision strike on the gas pipeline near the Belarus border that cut off gas supplies to Hungary (who stubbornly refused to go along with sanctions, so now Hungarians can freeze along with Germans and everybody else) and another precision strike inside the Polish border, killing two farmers and justifying invoking Article 5. What say ye? RobSGive Peace a chance 16:22, November 15, 2022 (EST)

As far as I know, during the Ankara meeting no attempts were made by either side to negotiate a settlement to the war. In fact, the only real details that have been publicly disclosed at all is that the US warned Russia not to use nuclear weapons. So at this time we can only speculate what exactly went down behind those doors.
As for today’s explosions there’s a good chance at least one of them was a false flag, although I wouldn’t rule out the possibility that the incident in Poland was an accident on Russia’s part. Either way, it would be madness to invoke Article V against a nuclear power over an isolated incident with just two fatalities. We’ve shown restraint over larger incidents in the past. Why not do it again?--Geopolitician (talk) 17:41, November 15, 2022 (EST)
UPDATE: After watching Jesse Watters tonight, I'm now convinced the incident in Poland was indeed a false flag. The incident involving the pipeline to Hungary I'm still not sure about.--Geopolitician (talk) 19:34, November 15, 2022 (EST)
Yah, Burns flew all the way to Ankara to warn Russia about something they heard a thousand times already. Makes sense. Let's say it even was an accident, and in 2 years or 5 years Russia admits to it offers restitution to the victims families. That probably won't soothe Polish Russophobes, if we're still alive then. So it's an issue of intent. If my gun goes off while I'm cleaning it and accidently kills someone, I suppose that demands the death penalty, under Western civilization's law. (Of course we could have high level negotiations between Russia & the West for a couple of years and try to get agreements in writing, but I think Russia has moved past that BS).
Then there also the problem of the third coincidence today - another U.S.-backed terrorist attack against NATO ally Turkiye, the second this week. [22] RobSGive Peace a chance 19:51, November 15, 2022 (EST)
The whole thing is looking like a pretty high level false flag stunt. 3 provocations on the same day. One week after Biden wins his Congressional and electoral "mandate". Biden calls an emergency meeting of the at the G20 summit in Indonesia to show the whole world's behind him, while Trump delivers another treasonous and insurrectionary speech. The Polish government invokes Article 4, cause they were told by Washington not to invoke Article 5, yet. bla bla bla. A pretty impressive global false flag psyop. How will the Russians respond?
The main thing is to get global media to scream "Russian missile", although nobody says "American missile" when a HIMAR kills children in Donetsk. RobSGive Peace a chance 21:29, November 15, 2022 (EST)

Motive: After this failure [23] of an S-300 system, there will be an argument to upgrade Ukraine's missile defense, as this "expert" moron suggests. But neither Ukraine nor the US will ever admit Ukraine murdered those two innocent civilians. RobSGive Peace a chance 23:26, November 15, 2022 (EST)

I'm not yet on the "Ukraine did it" bandwagon, because there are other members of the pro-Ukraine coalition who could've done it just as if not more easily. You know who I'm referring to.--Geopolitician (talk) 23:31, November 15, 2022 (EST)
Well, we've been waiting for this false flag provocation for months. This trial run can be deemed positive: People seem more worried about Taylor Swift Ticketmaster queue than WWIII. People don't care what the Biden White House and NATO do. RobSGive Peace a chance 23:36, November 15, 2022 (EST)
One observation about modern false flag events: they seem to be advertised in advance. RobSGive Peace a chance 23:39, November 15, 2022 (EST)
Take for example the United States pretending to be a neutral referee with its threats of what it'll do "if Russia uses nuclear weapons", while at the same too cowardly to put its own skin in the game and feeding the slaughter of Ukrainians. You have to be a stupid American news consumer to believe any of this BS. RobSGive Peace a chance 23:45, November 15, 2022 (EST)

Poland is now backing down and saying that it was an accident caused by Ukrainian air defense. After all that panic, we get this. Ugh...--Geopolitician (talk) 09:11, November 16, 2022 (EST)

Okay, now I've got more details on this "accident." It was a missile fired by Ukraine. The official explanation appears to be that it was fired in the wrong direction because the crew panicked under duress from Russian missiles flying around them. Um...--Geopolitician (talk) 09:38, November 16, 2022 (EST)
And... Zelensky continues to say it was Russia even after NATO concludes it wasn’t. Now I know for sure it was a false flag. Also, if this doesn’t wake people up about the true nature of the Maidan regime, nothing will.--Geopolitician (talk) 20:23, November 17, 2022 (EST)
More and more it appears it was truly a false flag - not an accident as the official cover story goes. It wasn't obsolete Soviet junk venturing off course. It was a deliberate attempt by the Zelensky regime to engulf the world in flames during the G20 summit. It shows not only how reckless the Kyiv regime is, but naive, as well. An Article 5 invocation would still require an AUMF from Congress, plus a bunch of NATO bull sessions & UN Security Council guff where it would get vetoed by Russia anyway. So NATO states would individually have to decide if they wanted to go ahead with a violation of international law. The Ukrainian Nazi regime was hoping for an emotional Pearl Harbor or 9/11 response after Biden's big win in the Midterms, but even Poland didn't buy it. This dangerous, unstable regime has to go now. Even NATO & the G20 see that. RobSGive Peace a chance 20:11, November 18, 2022 (EST)
We're at that point where Hitler started to believe his own propaganda after the July 20, 1944 assassination attempt and he started to think he was invincible; Zelensky believes all the propaganda about himself, and all the anti-Russian propaganda about Putin. Yah, right; the Russians are that stupid and careless they would launch missiles into Poland, either by accident or on purpose, and risk WWIII to kill two farmers. RobSGive Peace a chance 20:22, November 18, 2022 (EST)
So what has to happen now, even though the Western propaganda apparatus won't educate the layman, the Russians have to score a bullseye on a high profile target with an S-300 to prove it's not unreliable and obsolete junk. While the S-300 has certain vulnerabilities, it's still superior to anything the US or the West has, and the upgraded S-400 and S-500 are lightyears ahead of NATO and the West (although they don't exist in as many numbers as the S-300). RobSGive Peace a chance 20:42, November 18, 2022 (EST)
These clowns in the Zelensky high command can't be that stupid to not know the US has AWACS flying around 24/7 and a bunch of other stuff to detect a missile launch from anywhere. They must've figured if they consulted with the US or Poland first, the plan would get nixed. So they relied purely on an emotional response from the rest of the world, given the current political climate. They really think they are clever in how they can manipulate friends and allies - this type of sociopathic behavior from certain Ukrainians the Russians are well familiar with - and the Russians played their cards smartly, close to the chest, without even having trash talk the Ukrainians by saying to NATO and the West, "See, we told you so" about their devious, manipulative behavior. They've been spanked enough by Russia. It's time for them to return home to the Ruski Mir and ask for forgiveness. RobSGive Peace a chance 21:00, November 18, 2022 (EST)
Russia doesn't want to bring Western Ukraine back into "Ruski Mir." All it wants is a Western Ukraine that is friendly to its interests. --Geopolitician (talk) 23:03, November 18, 2022 (EST)
Yah, that's what I mean. "Israel has played the harlot, yet I say return again unto me." (Jer. chpt 3).
So, just like the Wuhan lab, the only lingering question about the Ukraine missile attack on Poland is, "Was it an accident or deliberate?" Like Scott Ritter and others, I come down on the argument that it was a deliberate false flag attack to ignite World War III. RobSGive Peace a chance 17:23, November 22, 2022 (EST)
The Wuhan lab incident was an intentional release (probably by a CIA spy who had infiltrated the lab), and the Polish border incident was an intentional attack. And that's just scratching the surface as to the number of false flags there have been throughout history.--Geopolitician (talk) 20:41, November 22, 2022 (EST)
I think Zelensky bet the farm on this one. I don't see how the West allows him to remain. I'd give it about 6 weeks max to concoct a cover story for his hasty exit. RobSGive Peace a chance 00:29, November 23, 2022 (EST)


Another false flag operation, which CP identifies as a CIA front, is ISIS-K. Now this doesn't require an immediate reaction, only keeping on eye on. It's a bunch of ISIS jihadis that Brennan & Obama were supplying weapons to, and killed the 13 US servicemen in the Fall of Kabul. Now the CTSO is becoming concerned about ISIS-K, given the Biden regime gave them $83 billion worth of equipment to destabilize Central Asian republics. [24] (Actually, the $83 billion figure is misleading cause it reflects the total cost of equipment, transport delivery, maintenance and services, plus equipment that had already been consumed or destroyed. The real value of hardware left behind in Afghanistan is about $16 billion). RobSGive Peace a chance 21:01, November 24, 2022 (EST)

Excellent job with the National Bolshevism article

I read practically all of it and made some adjustments/additions; seems outstandingly well-researched and well-written. Now, I think the recent insurgent "MAGA Communism" movement should be mentioned; perhaps it would fit under a subsection header like "Variant 10: Jackson Hinkle/"MAGA Communism"? —LT (Exodus 23:2) Friday, 00:30, December 16, 2022 (EST)

Thank you for the complement, LT.
As for "MAGA Communism", I'm not sure if it should be included in the National Bolshevism article or if it should have its own article. You see, "MAGA Communism" advocates a merging of Communism with "MAGA," which to different people means different things. Personally, I would imagine a "MAGA Communism"-based movement to be a big tent alliance between socially-conservative socialists, left-wing nationalists, and National Bolsheviks, with each wing having fluctuating amounts of influence at any given time.--Geopolitician (talk) 21:49, December 18, 2022 (EST)
Notwithstanding whether the topic of "MAGA Communism" should be mentioned in the National Bolshevism article, it probably should get an article of its own, particularly as the topic is trending currently and probably will gain more political traction. —LT (Exodus 23:2) Monday, 23:14, December 18, 2022 (EST)

Let's test your analytical skills

How would you interpret this situation? Coming on the heels of the Kyiv regime efforts to start WWIII with its false flag attack on Poland (which no one disputes), it puts Poland in a rather embarrassing situation to explain.

Let's start with two theories (among a bunch more of possibilities):

  1. The Polish Police commander was really a Russian agent (most likely excuse);
  2. The package from Ukrainian police was intercepted along the way by postal clerks in Ukraine or Poland who were communists sympathetic to Russia and the bomb was loaded (plausible).
RobSGive Peace a chance 04:15, December 17, 2022 (EST)

Fortunately, the Police commander survived. So an investigation him being a Russian asset - the knee jerk reaction to defend Ukrainian SBU international terrorism, can be dismissed if he keeps his job. Alternatively, in scenario 2, the notion that the Ukraine or Polish postal or package delivery systems are shot through with Russian agents kinda shoots in the foot the idea of Western or NATO unity. And both the Polish & Ukrainian public are highly attuned to this act of international terrorism. RobSGive Peace a chance 04:25, December 17, 2022 (EST)

And there's another possibility (let's call it scenario 2a). The recent letter bomb attacks on the Ukrainian embassy in Madrid were false flag international terrorist attacks carried out by the SBU to label Russia as a sponsor of terrorism. In a hybrid war, this could motivate the FSB to carry out such an attack through Ukrainian or Polish assets as a reprisal. RobSGive Peace a chance 04:35, December 17, 2022 (EST)

Back to scenario 1: the brainless Ukrainian Nazis don't like the Polish police commander because some Ukrainian nazi refugees are being investigated in Poland, and like the missile attack on Poland, can get the Western media to blame Russia even when it's public knowledge the Ukrainian regime is behind the attack. RobSGive Peace a chance 04:45, December 17, 2022 (EST)

Pretty lame excuse. Yah, right, the guys entrusted with hunting down terrorists just happen to send a grenade launcher with live munitions through the mail. Sure, the editors at NYT & CNN probably believe it. [25] RobSGive Peace a chance 15:11, December 17, 2022 (EST)
I'm leaning towards either scenario 2, or scenario 2(b). Scenario 2(b) being that the bombing was itself a false flag incident, designed to trick people into thinking scenario 2 is what happened.--Geopolitician (talk) 21:56, December 18, 2022 (EST)
So, can we conclude there are serious tensions at the governmental level between NATO ally Poland and NATO proxy Ukraine, and not just between Catholics and Orthodox at the societal level?
This exposes the atheist/globalist agenda being implemented by Zelensky - to just scrap all religion in favor of LGBT rights. RobSGive Peace a chance 22:59, December 18, 2022 (EST)
Update. RobSGive Peace a chance 11:47, December 19, 2022 (EST)
In geopolitics, cultural issues always take a backseat to imperialist urges. To frame this situation around LGBT would be to miss the the nail.--Geopolitician (talk) 13:54, December 21, 2022 (EST)
Please take the above into consideration before making references to “Globohomo” on MPR.--Geopolitician (talk) 13:54, December 21, 2022 (EST)
It wouldn't be a problem if they didn't have their own flag, but they do and it's flown by the US military. RobSGive Peace a chance 16:49, December 21, 2022 (EST)
The problem comes back to U.S. sanctions policy: if country has criminal laws against gay rights, or doesn't allow permits for a gay parade, it gets blackmailed by the U.S. State Department, aid is withheld, and eventually sanctions imposed. This is a major issue in the global conflict. RobSGive Peace a chance 16:54, December 21, 2022 (EST)
Who do you suppose is behind articles like this: Growing Persecution of LGBTQs in Malaysia? Ooops, looks like we'll have to cut funding to aid to Malaysia for "human rights violations" (except to opposition groups - organized by the NED and OSF). RobSGive Peace a chance 22:33, December 21, 2022 (EST)
As western society – and even Taiwan, which in 2018 legalized same-sex marriage – has progressively grown more tolerant of different modes of sexuality, a progressively less liberal Malaysia ..."
Why do you suppose Taiwan legalized gay marriage? Because of a social revolution there and people demanded it? No. It was a condition for U.S. aid (i.e. military weapons). Blackmail. That's the Globo Homo Empire. RobSGive Peace a chance 22:43, December 21, 2022 (EST)
The so-called "Globo Homo Empire" is willing to support those who are more reactionary on LGBT rights than the regimes they are targeting, when it suits the bigger picture. Example A: ISIS. In Iraq and Syria homosexuality is illegal, but not punishable by death. But in ISIS territory? You show even a hint of homosexuality and you get beheaded or thrown off a building. It's also arguable that the situation in Ukraine is Example B. In Ukraine, homosexuality is legal but same-sex unions are not recognized. But if the neo-Nazis that have co-opted parts of the Ukrainian military ever took power, homosexuality likely would be re-criminalized there.--Geopolitician (talk) 23:33, December 21, 2022 (EST)
(a) ISIS wasn't much of an established regime. (b) You just identified why Zelensky's attack on the church - it's the main opponent to legalizing gay marriage. (c) You are brainwashed by historical revisionism and contemporary American propaganda. Homosexuality was very common among Nazis, and why they were considered social outcasts and reprobates. RobSGive Peace a chance 23:56, December 21, 2022 (EST)
I know full well that there were homosexual tendencies among the Nazis. But that doesn't mean they were honest about it. Quite the opposite, in fact.--Geopolitician (talk) 00:43, December 22, 2022 (EST)
Homosexuality was not an impediment to Nazi party membership or service in the armed services, SS, or SA. Now, if a homosexual was preoccupied with sex, rather than contributing to the war effort, say as a factory worker or in the military, yes, they were carted off to a concentration camp and forced labor along with other passive and active resistors. But it's a myth they were persecuted because of their homosexuality. They were treated as shirkers in their responsibility to the state and nation in wartime just the same as Jehovah Witnesses were. RobSGive Peace a chance 01:52, December 22, 2022 (EST)
Well, considering how militant the Nazis were that means there wasn't going to be much room for homosexuals to indulge themselves at any point after 1939, under any circumstances. Even if Germany took out the UK and the USSR, its next target was going to be the US, followed by Japan. And even if Germany successfully took over the world, it would've been virtually impossible for it to not be in a de facto perpetual state of war going forward, for reasons I don't think I need to explain here.--Geopolitician (talk) 13:44, December 22, 2022 (EST)
Homosexuality was rampant in the front-line trenches on all sides in WWI, and appears rampant in the AFU now, only not necessarily so much at the times they are pinned down by artillery fire. On the Russian side, I'm sure it occurs, only there are consequences if caught. And the Wagner group recently acquired many people out of prisons, which included convicted sex offenders. Those people might be shot on the spot cause they were briefed ahead of time of the conditions of their release and agreed to the conditions. RobSGive Peace a chance 19:22, December 22, 2022 (EST)
"its next target was going to be the US" - what a false bit of Allied propaganda that is/was. Logistically, Germany could not cross the 22 miles from Calais to Dover (it took Ike, the UK, and Canadians 2 1/2 years to build up the capability - while 27 million Russians were killed). But do people in 2022 still believe Germany intended to invade America? Funny, Hitler never mentioned that part of the program in Mein Kampf. RobSGive Peace a chance 19:39, December 22, 2022 (EST)
I'm not going by wartime propaganda. I'm going by Andreas Hillgruber's Stufenplan thesis, which was formulated decades after the war ended.
According to Hillgruber, Hitler didn't want war with the UK, but he did want war with Czechoslovakia, Poland, and France. Once those were taken out, he sought to not only ally with Japan but also make peace with the UK. The resulting Berlin-London-Tokyo Axis would then wage a war of annihilation with first the USSR and then the USA. Hillgruber never stated what Hitler had planned after that, but my guess is he would've turned on Japan next, as Japan was the only non-Germanic member of this proposed alternative Axis powers. By the way, how could it not be feasible for the Germans to invade the USA in an alternate timeline where the UK was part of the Axis? As it was still a Dominion at the time, this would force Canada to be part of the Axis as well. And voila! There's now an Axis nation on the entire northern border.--Geopolitician (talk) 19:51, December 22, 2022 (EST)
(ec) In reading WWII primary source documents about Nazism of fascism "conquering the world", it's a euphemism for "controlling world trade", not military action. Nowhere has anyone -then or now - produced a military plan for world conquest (outside of Hitler saying in Table Talk that east of the Urals, Siberia could be controlled by 250,000 SS veterans awarded estates as landlord slave masters. But he wasn't even talking about controlling it all the way to the Pacific). The same issues of controlling world trade are talked about now with sanctions policy, the SWIFT network, and bs allegations that Putin wants to control Europe from Lisbon to Vladivostok. RobSGive Peace a chance 20:03, December 22, 2022 (EST)
Hitler wanted Belarus and Russia up to the Urals, and the Caucuses for oil. He never understood why Britain opposed him, cause he figured his treatment of Slavs will little different than the British Empire's exploitation of Indians, Chinese, and Africans. RobSGive Peace a chance 20:03, December 22, 2022 (EST)
In terms of actual annexation (at least in the short run) Hitler wanted to expand past the Urals to take all of Central Asia and whatever part of Siberia was west of the Yenisei River. As for Britain opposing him, he blamed the Jews for that. That's why he dropped the idea of peace with Britain at the very end of the war and even declared Himmler a traitor for attempting to negotiate with them.--Geopolitician (talk) 21:12, December 22, 2022 (EST)
This is how twisted the pro-gay propaganda in America and the West has become in recent times - to say gays were persecuted along with Jews, etc. If that were true, they'd be gased the minute they arrived in camp. But they weren't. They received the classification as homosexual after arriving in camp. They were sent to the camp for refusing some civilian or military duty to contribute to the war effort. Their lives were still regarded so long as they had two hands to work, which was not afforded to other groups. RobSGive Peace a chance 02:10, December 22, 2022 (EST)
Didn't know that. Although it doesn't surprise me, given that Nazi ideology is race-centric. Their primary concern was eliminating "undesirable" races (Jews, Slavs, Roma, etc.). And of course, homosexuality is not a race.--Geopolitician (talk) 13:47, December 22, 2022 (EST)
Put succinctly, a gay person who was constantly on the prowl for sex or a sex partner and unconcerned about the war effort, from the Nazi perspective, was little different from a Communist who was trying to thwart the war effort from the inside. Gays in the Nazi party and German military, who kept their affairs to themselves and did their job, were unmolested. RobSGive Peace a chance 02:27, December 22, 2022 (EST)
Now about Taiwan. The balkanization of China is one of the main goals of the American foreign policy establishment. It would therefore be highly counterproductive for them to jeopardize something as strategically important (to them) like Taiwan over something like this. If they did pressure Taiwan to legalize gay marriage as you claim, then they almost certainly contemplated the possible responses from such pressure from the Taiwanese government ahead of time before actually going through with it.--Geopolitician (talk) 23:33, December 21, 2022 (EST)
If Taiwan or Malaysia are anything like the U.S., people there are ignorant of foreign affairs. IOWs, they never heard of LGBT outside of the US (again, begging the question, How did LGBT become an international movement?). I'd wager gay marriage in Taiwan is somewhat moot, except among the highly educated. And what people do know about it probably comes from Mainland anti-American CCP propaganda. RobSGive Peace a chance 23:56, December 21, 2022 (EST)
I can't agree or disagree with that statement because I have no idea how knowledgeable Taiwanese and Malaysians are of foreign affairs. Not to mention the fact that the ignorance displayed by Americans are on a special level, which means that even if Taiwanese and Malaysians are ignorant that doesn't mean they're as ignorant as Americans.--Geopolitician (talk) 13:38, December 22, 2022 (EST)

False flag update

NATO/Ukraine sources say Wagner group in Ukrainian uniform will stage false flag provocation in Belarus directly to the north of Kyiv. RobSGive Peace a chance 20:33, December 21, 2022 (EST)

Please join some ongoing Scripture discussions if you have the time and are interested!

Hi Geopolitician, currently there are some nice debates/discussions about Scriptural wisdom, including this debate about Genesis 3:14, the talk page for the Got Questions article, and debating over the meaning and implications of Hebrews 6:4–6. Just wondering if you might be intrigued to offer your own knowledge and thoughts. —LT (Exodus 23:2) Saturday, 13:17, December 24, 2022 (EST)

Oh, also, Merry Christmas! —LT (Exodus 23:2) Sunday, 01:00, December 25, 2022 (EST)

Thanks for the invite. I will get around to it soon. Also, Merry Christmas to you too! :)--Geopolitician (talk) 21:45, December 27, 2022 (EST)
Sounds awesome; I also started this page for Scripture humor as well if you got some creative jokes to add. —LT (Exodus 23:2) Wednesday, 21:53, December 27, 2022 (EST)

Extremist political syncretism and the end times

Your fascinating, in-depth research in analyzing contemporary efforts to syncretize the "radical left" and "radical right" makes me wonder about the implications from a biblical perspective. Christian eschatology indicates that when the Antichrist beast system seizes power, there will be a worldwide persecuting power against God's true church. In connecting the dots, I wonder if current syncretized fringe movements like National Bolshevism and "MAGA Communism" symbolize a mere shadow of how a future united front will be established, with Satan as its spiritual father, coalescing numerous ideological groups together in shared hatred towards the Christians who reject the mark of the beast.

Seventh-day Adventists predict that a worldwide false Sunday worship law will constitute the mark of the beast, and I have a vague sense of how it might play out... so the neo-Marxist element will extol the virtues of a day of rest as the solution to "climate change"; right-wing "Christian nationalists" will gloat of how Sunday observance will pave the way for societal biblical morality; Gnostic and/or Roman-rooted antisemitism may attract pagan "alt-right" elements (since the overt Nazi element of the "alt-right" tends to view ancient Rome as its ideological figurehead, in addition to the fact that the Sabbath is a Jewish tradition which mandated Sunday worship would attempt to replace); economically motivated sentiments may also be employed.

What are your thoughts on this, Geopolitician? —LT (Exodus 23:2) Thursday, 00:44, December 29, 2022 (EST)

As a Catholic, I'm of the position that most of Revelation already happened. Nero was the Beast, and the Pharisees were the False Prophet. We are now in the Millennium, which is symbolic as opposed to literal. However, the gathering of the nations by Satan for the last battle at Armageddon has not yet happened, and Revelation is unclear as to how it will happen. So I'm not ruling anything out. I do however consider a "united front" merging the extreme left and the extreme right to be a strong candidate for becoming the banner which unites this upcoming global Satanic force.--Geopolitician (talk) 15:01, December 31, 2022 (EST)
Oh darned, somehow I didn't notice your reply here earlier. Interesting analysis; I suppose you and I might have quite differing views on eschatology, and your understanding nonetheless seems well-researched on the historical perspective. —LT (Mark 8:36) Wednesday, 23:53, January 3, 2023 (EST)

Please check your email when you have a moment

LT (Mark 8:36) Saturday, 13:59, December 31, 2022 (EST)

-Just replied. Thank you.--Geopolitician (talk) 14:56, December 31, 2022 (EST)

Mike Pompeo calls for nuclear destruction of the world

[26] You may have been right for once. RobSGive Peace a chance 17:53, January 26, 2023 (EST)

"May have?" "For once?" This is who Pompeo has been all along. I've been warning the wiki about his true nature for years.--Geopolitician (talk) 21:22, January 26, 2023 (EST)
Ok, I'll concede some points on that, that you were correct - except the part about him being the mastermind behind the covid bioweapon extermination campaign. RobSGive Peace a chance 21:38, January 26, 2023 (EST)

Loomer revelations

If you want to do some follow up on Laura Loomer's revelations (which continued today with Boneface), I'd be interested to see what you think of this guy's channel Diablo TV, and here. If you go back through clips (which are usually pretty short), he claims at various times to be a recruiter for [[Antifa][] and also the Azov Battalion, interspersed with long stretches trash talking regarding football hooliganism in Europe and America. Evidently, he's an American, I think from Oakland, and has travelled extensively throughout Europe, the Uk, and Ukraine. Where does he get his money from? RobSGive Peace a Chance! 16:13, September 7, 2023 (EDT)

Note: he even has an Antifa tattoo on his right forearm while bragging about being a recruiter for Azov. RobSGive Peace a Chance! 16:31, September 7, 2023 (EDT)

Derek "Diablo" Mandaco is not a neo-Nazi. Prior to 2017 he was the leader of the South Florida branch of the CPUSA, and a member of Antifa. But after Trump was elected, Mandaco rejected communism and became a National Bolshevik.[27] Because of this, he now has a weird love-hate relationship with people like Boneface, who he regularly mocks but also collaborates with for "entertainment" purposes.[28][29]--Geopolitician (talk) 17:07, September 7, 2023 (EDT)
The socialist syndrome appears to parallel the anomalies of the 1930s—according to F.A. Hayek, illiberal college students in Germany could not decide whether they were Nazis or Communists, merely fixated on their loathing contempt for classical liberalism. —LT Rev. 22:13 Thursday, 17:11, September 7, 2023 (EDT)
Geo, so are you familiar with this guy? Any information you can add anywhere, like in the NazBol, Antifa, or football hooligan articles, of maybe even a new separate bio page would be welcome. RobSGive Peace a Chance! 17:24, September 7, 2023 (EDT)
Is it necessary to rely on Loomer as a supposedly valid source? She openly identifies as a white nationalist. I know she's done some constructive work helping expose neo-Nazis and all, but even then, Loomer's entire concept of Jewry is ethnically motivated identity politics, which is a neo-Marxist concept. Why should the Conservative Movement be glorifying promulgators of identity politics? —LT Rev. 22:13 Thursday, 16:37, September 7, 2023 (EDT)
Personally, I suspect Loomer is getting some funding from Trump or an affiliated group. RobSGive Peace a Chance! 17:24, September 7, 2023 (EDT)
If you don't like Loomer, we got this post from COSSACKGUNDI, aka Aiden Aslin, the British merc who was captured and sentenced to death by the Donetsk Republic, and later freed in a prisoner swamp. RobSGive Peace a Chance! 17:31, September 7, 2023 (EDT)
It get's interestinglyer and interestinglyer all the time: DOCUMENT DUMP ON “BONEFACE”, FAUX NAZI CONFIDENTIAL INFORMANT FOR U.S. GOVERNMENT. RobSGive Peace a Chance! 11:52, September 15, 2023 (EDT)