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Re: MPR news story: Asia Sentinel: "China will more likely grow rich before it grows old."[https://www.asiasentinel.com/p/china-grow-rich-before-grow-old]  Asia Sentinel is blocked by Asia's prosperous country of Singapore due to violating law relating to online falsehoods and manipulation[https://www.channelnewsasia.com/singapore/singapore-block-asia-sentinel-website-not-complying-pofma-correction-direction-3533176]
 
Re: MPR news story: Asia Sentinel: "China will more likely grow rich before it grows old."[https://www.asiasentinel.com/p/china-grow-rich-before-grow-old]  Asia Sentinel is blocked by Asia's prosperous country of Singapore due to violating law relating to online falsehoods and manipulation[https://www.channelnewsasia.com/singapore/singapore-block-asia-sentinel-website-not-complying-pofma-correction-direction-3533176]
 
:Oh, more [[authoritarian]] [[censorship]]. ok. Now User:Conservative has become a supporter of [[cancel culture]] and the [[Disinformation Governance Board|Biden regime's disinformation board]].
 
:Oh, more [[authoritarian]] [[censorship]]. ok. Now User:Conservative has become a supporter of [[cancel culture]] and the [[Disinformation Governance Board|Biden regime's disinformation board]].
Singapore is one of the richest countries of Asia and it is a far better place to live than communist China in terms of its amount of freedom/liberty (China is heavily persecuting Christians, etc.). The new story appears very fishy to me in terms of the claim ""China will more likely grow rich before it grows old." See: [[Chinese real estate crisis (2020–present)]] and [[Youth unemployment in China]] and [[Chinese stock markets]] and [[Essay: It's time to be very bearish about China's long-term economy]] and [[Essay:Skepticism about China remaining a global power]].  
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Singapore is one of the richest countries of Asia and it is a far better place to live than communist China in terms of its amount of freedom/liberty (China is heavily persecuting Christians, etc.). The new story appears very fishy to me in terms of the claim ""China will more likely grow rich before it grows old." See: [[Chinese real estate crisis (2020–present)]] and [[Youth unemployment in China]] and [[Chinese stock markets]] and <nowiki>[[Essay: It's time to be very bearish about China's long-term economy]]</nowiki> and <nowiki>[[Essay:Skepticism about China remaining a global power]]</nowiki>.  
  
 
Right now, China is a [[middle-income countries|middle-income country]] and it seems likely that it will be stuck in the [[middle-income trap]].  
 
Right now, China is a [[middle-income countries|middle-income country]] and it seems likely that it will be stuck in the [[middle-income trap]].  

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Thomas Massie owning the Marxist Left - time to abolish/end the Federal Reserve

"Americans are suffering under crippling inflation, and the Federal Reserve is largely to blame.

During COVID, the Federal Reserve created trillions of dollars out of thin air and loaned it to the Treasury Department to enable unprecedented deficit spending." https://x.com/RepThomasMassie/status/1792337212928868781 NishantXavierFor Christ the King 01:41, May 20, 2024 (EDT)

The Federal Reserve doesn't print money on its own. It does so to purchase the Treasury securities the US Treasury issues at the direction of Congress when Congress overspends (i.e. raises the debt ceiling). RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 07:33, May 20, 2024 (EDT)

https://news.bitcoin.com/tens-of-thousands-show-overwhelming-support-for-abolishing-the-fed-us-policymakers-poll-reveals/ NishantXavierFor Christ the King 12:08, May 20, 2024 (EDT)

The point is, Do we abolish Congress, too? Abolishing the Fed is like taking the car keys away from a kid when the parent was drunk in the first place when he handed the keys to the kid. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 12:47, May 20, 2024 (EDT)

Re: MPR, 2023 Vanderbilt Unity Poll reveals 52% of MAGA Republicans believe Vladimir Putin is a better president than Joe Biden. Do Trump supporters love Putin?

Re: MPR post alleging that Trump supporters love Putin

2023 Vanderbilt Unity Poll reveals 52% of MAGA Republicans believe Vladimir Putin is a better president than Joe Biden.[2]

Do Trump supporters love Putin? Better than Joe Biden as a president is a very low bar to clear.

Of course, it's only one poll. However, there is this poll information too via Pew Research, from April 2023: "As Russia's military invasion of Ukraine enters its second year, Americans remain very negative toward Russia: 91% have an unfavorable view of the country, including 62% who say their views are very unfavorable. Just 7% in the U.S. have a favorable view of Russia."[3] Pew Research said in 2023 about Americans' view of Putin: "have no confidence at all in Putin (71%)."[4]

Lastly, one can take the position that both Ukraine/Russia are corrupt and the USA should not fund the war in Ukraine, which is the position that I take. Conservative (talk) 17:03, May 21, 2024 (EDT)

Lastly, one can take the position your ability to engage in such discussions has been childish. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 17:02, May 21, 2024 (EDT)
Bottom line: Unless you provide good evidence that Trump supporters love Putin, skepticism is warranted - especially when there is evidence that a large percentage of Trump supporters do not love Putin. Conservative (talk) 17:05, May 21, 2024 (EDT)
I didn't say that, globalists say that. Stop acting childish. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 17:26, May 21, 2024 (EDT)

It's not childish to take an evidentialist approach to people's claims and to let evidence inform one's views. If a person doesn't do this, he is apt to gullibly believe propaganda and believe every Tom, Dick and Harry politician's or pundit's claims. Conservative (talk) 17:38, May 21, 2024 (EDT)

Your approach to the internet and other users is juvenile. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 17:46, May 21, 2024 (EDT)


Unlike some people, I prefer to not live in an echo chamber and so I get my news from a wide variety of news sources. The problem with a "bubble boy" existence is that one's view of reality is warped. And ignorance and false beliefs/worldviews are not bliss and they can be dangerous. Conservative (talk) 19:54, April 22, 2024 (EDT)

Don't let a very toxic person try to force his way back into your life. Permanently cut off all communication. Don't read desperate messages to you by a toxic person trying to worm their way back into your life again. Stand your ground! Never back down!

The USA gives its citizens freedom of association.[5] Freedom of association is the freedom to associate with others who have similar political, religious, or cultural beliefs."[6]

God bless America. Let freedom ring! USA! USA! USA!

Concerning the United States of America, according to FindLaw.com's web page Freedom of Association: "The Supreme Court has long held that the First Amendment's protection of free speech, assembly, and petition logically extends to include a “freedom of association." Generally, this means we have the freedom to associate with others who have similar political, religious, or cultural beliefs."

God bless America. Let freedom ring!
"Give me liberty, or give me death!" - Patrick Henry
I stand by those words. Freedom and freedom of association are important matters. Also, attempts to verify/falsify information are excellent things to do (The Russians agree with me and have a saying of "trust but verify"). And I am an American Patriot.
With that being said, you still haven't provided strong evidence that Trump supporters by a very wide majority are Putin lovers. Let's stick to the issue and not try to derail things as a means to distract matters. Conservative (talk) 20:23, May 21, 2024 (EDT)

I don't have to provide nothing. If you got a problem, take it up with the editors and authors of The Globalist magazine. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 20:29, May 21, 2024 (EDT)

Nikki Endorses Trump

I'm sure Dems. arn't overly excited over this.[7]Dianne3000 (talk)

Maybe she wants a job in the White House.[8] How about changing bed sheets in the Trump 47 administration. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 19:31, May 22, 2024 (EDT)
(1)Could be that and wouldn't get even bed changing at this point, I imagine [unless Trump surprises us] or/and (2) still shows loyalty to the party? With her politics, (3) she is still very aggressively anti-BidenDianne3000 (talk)
Update: President Trump Remarks There is Room for Nikki Haley “On Our Team”. Okay, maybe serving at the dinner table. It's a shorter shift and there's no vacuuming and cleaning toilets involved. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 18:17, May 24, 2024 (EDT)

She probably did it to help herself (not be a pariah in the GOP) and also due to her thinking that Trump is a better choice than Biden as far as a presidential candidate. "Politics creates strange bedfellows." - Charles Dudley Warner
It was almost inevitable that she would endorse Trump and the closer he was to probably/eventually winning, the more apt her endorsement would come. Conservative (talk) 19:57, May 22, 2024 (EDT)
Thank you to our resident Biden/Hillary neocon warmonger analyst. [9] RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 20:05, May 22, 2024 (EDT)

Evidence? Onus probandi incumbit ei qui dicit, non ei qui negat (Latin for "He who asserts move prove.").Conservative (talk) 20:19, May 22, 2024 (EDT)

Look, nobody's interested in your personal psychological problems. Take it elsewhere. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 20:31, May 22, 2024 (EDT)

MPR: Simplicius, "West Searches for Answers to Its Demise?". Has he given a date on the death/disappearance of the West?

User:Conservative is hereby awarded the prestigious NATO / LGBT Award for exemplary service to the Liberal World Order.

MPR: Simplicius, "West Searches for Answers to Its Demise?"

Has he given a date on the death/disappearance of the West? If so, when did it die or when is it going to die? Conservative (talk) 20:59, May 22, 2024 (EDT)

It happened years ago. See Essay: April 2022 was a pivotal moment in the future of global politics for decades to come. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 21:01, May 22, 2024 (EDT)
That looks more like an opinion and not a fact. [[Essay: Why exceedingly few people in the world endlessly obsess about the date of April 9, 2020|The vast majority of people don't know what they were doing on April 9, 2020]] which seems rather odd if it was so pivotal.
Also, the reason I ask is that China, a leading country in the East, doesn't look too good right now. See: Chinese real estate crisis (2020–present) and Youth unemployment in China and Chinese stock markets
And there is reason to be bullish as far as the United States (See: [[Essay: The United States will be the leading power in the world for the foreseeable future]]).
The "analysis" of Simplicius seems rather simplistic and a matter of wishful thinking. And the title of his article appears clickbaitish. Conservative (talk) 21:07, May 22, 2024 (EDT)
I see you did the LGBTQ in the West hail Mary pass. Not a compelling argument: [[Essay: Russia is not a conservative country|Russia is not a conservative country]] and [[Essay: China's promotion of the transexual agenda in the USA]] and [[Essay: How anti-homosexuality is Russia? Are there countries that are more anti-homosexuality and more family-friendly?|How anti-homosexuality is Russia? Are there countries that are more anti-homosexuality and more family-friendly?]] Conservative (talk) 21:26, May 22, 2024 (EDT)
You cannot deny I warned you a year and a half ago not to embark on your neo-Nazi path. You ignored me, and doubled dowwn at every opportune moment. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 21:28, May 22, 2024 (EDT)
Your Godwin's law response makes you look ridiculous. Furthermore, there is this matter: [[Essay: Russia's neo-Nazi problem belies one of Putin's rationales for the war in Ukraine]]. Conservative (talk) 21:30, May 22, 2024 (EDT)
You don't know what a Godwin is any more than you understand what fascism is. [10] RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 22:17, May 22, 2024 (EDT)

You should consider reading this book The Rise and Fall of the EAST: How Exams, Autocracy, Stability, and Technology Brought China Success, and Why They Might Lead to Its Decline by Yasheng Huang Ph.D., Yale University Press (August 29, 2023). It will make a nice addition to this essay of mine: [[Essay: High income countries are rarely authoritarian countries in our technological age driven by innovation]]. Conservative (talk) 22:12, May 22, 2024 (EDT)

You should consider getting a brain. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 22:17, May 22, 2024 (EDT)

An ad hominem logical fallacy (Personal attack) is a logical fallacy. Try to use evidence and rational arguments. They are much more compelling. Conservative (talk) 22:21, May 22, 2024 (EDT)
User:Conservative: The more you quote this, the more it makes you look like a Nazi apologist. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 17:26, May 19, 2024 (EDT)
Fascism is both socialism and capitalism.
Unlike the Marxist-Leninists, the fascists did not "seize the means of production" and allowed the propertied class to keep their businesses and make profits. Fascism is both socialism and capitalism. For this cause, User:Conservatitve deserves a topic ban in foreign relations in that he admits he does not understand what capitalism, socialism, or fascism is and has become an uncooperative, persistent troll. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 17:40, May 19, 2024 (EDT)
I see you are not sticking to the issue again. Give me actual evidence that the West died/disappeared or give me a reasonable guess on when it will die/disappear. You haven't done this. Conservative (talk) 22:33, May 22, 2024 (EDT)
Oh really? When have you ever stuck with an issue in any talk page discussion? RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 22:43, May 22, 2024 (EDT)
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Whataboutism is also a logical fallacy. You're digging yourself deeper into your illogical argumentation bunny hole. Conservative (talk) 22:46, May 22, 2024 (EDT)

Why don't you go back to one of your cutting off toxic loser essay pages and pout some more? RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 22:43, May 22, 2024 (EDT)

My essay at [[Essay: Cut toxic people out of your life and replace them with edifying achievers who inspire you]] is a popular essay with over 7,000 page views and I haven't even promoted it.
Among other people, Andy created Conservapedia for young people who are often told not to hang around with the wrong crowd. The American basketball coach John Wooden famously said, “You show me your friends, and I’ll show you your future.” George Washington declared: "Associate with men of good quality if you esteem your own reputation; for it is better to be alone than in bad company."
On a planet of nearly 8 billion people, why in the world would I or anyone else in the world not cut an unrepentant, toxic loser out of their life? The Christian church, one of the oldest and most excellent bodies of people in the world, has excommunication. Does it not? Conservative (talk) 23:02, May 22, 2024 (EDT)
Sheesh. I see you can't stick with an issue, either. Always dragging in extraneous spam. And your sycophancy with Andy gets old. I'm sure he's not flattered by Nazi symps invoking his name all the time. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 23:09, May 22, 2024 (EDT)
In addition to not understanding anything about geopolitics, you don't seem to understand Christian doctrine or the Bible, either (which you have admitted to me on the phone).
2 Corinthians 2:5–11
No, Andy did not create Conservapedia so you can spew your Satanic neo-Nazi crap to young people. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 23:27, May 22, 2024 (EDT)

Disturbing Trend of attacks on Churches in India: Open Doors

Open Doors/Global Christian Relief has this video explaining:

Please pray about this. India has elections and results in 10 days.

Please pray Rahul Gandhi wins as PM, and Narendra Modi loses. That's the only way this ends.

The video: https://www.youtube.com/shorts/DNZ8LDuFsoM?feature=share NishantXavierFor Christ the King 05:58, May 24, 2024 (EDT)

I sent you an email on this. Check it out. Conservative (talk) 10:05, May 24, 2024 (EDT)

Knights of Columbus controversy

FYI the Biden regime reversed its decision and the KofC will now hold its annual ceremony. Quidam65 (talk) 18:20, May 27, 2024 (EDT)

Yah, I know. But due to trolling, we were unable to report it when the ban was initially imposed. Better late than never. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 18:27, May 27, 2024 (EDT)

Belgium is going to supply Ukraine with another 30 F-16 fighter jets.

Between this and the NATO Summit in July of this year, I think Ukraine will be successful in defending most of its territory.

"The first planes will be delivered by the end of this year. The security agreement has been signed between Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.

Previously, the Netherlands, Denmark and Norway committed F-16s to Ukraine. With the Belgian commitment, this number climbs to 85 F-16 fighter jets.

Source (French): https://rtl.be/actu/monde/international/la-belgique-va-livrer-30-chasseurs-f-16-lukraine-la-livraison-des-premiers/2024-05-28/article/673340" https://x.com/Tendar/status/1795387099501203901 NishantXavierFor Christ the King 06:20, May 28, 2024 (EDT)

  • "signed between Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy [sic]
Should read, "former Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy".
The F-16 costs $26,927/hour to fly, and needs 17 hours of maintenance for every hour of flight.
Do you really think the Russians are going to sit around on their hands while an F-16 is in the maintenance shed for 51 hours after a 3 hour flight? It's hard to believe who's more stupid, Russian military planners or people who think the F-16 can solve a political problem.
And why is Belgium sending the outdated F-16? cause the fools have been sold on the "upgraded" F-35.
Send em the F-35. It obviously needs some real live fire combat testing. [11][12] RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 23:37, May 28, 2024 (EDT)
LGBT NATO.jpg

War is unpredictable. But so far, the Russians have more people and more artillery shells (Artillery is a key component in war).
I told you that a year and half ago, you denied it, trolled me nonstop, and have been shilling for Biden, Clinton, and the neocon globalists everyday since
Diplomacy is aided by leverage (bargaining power).
oh, now you're endorsing Antony Blinken
Given that Russia supplied much energy to Europe, Europe should have beefed up its nuclear power and had bigger defense budgets in the past
coulda woulda shoulda is not the stuff of diplomacy
in case troubles occurred related to Russia
more bigotry and Russophobia
and it would have provided more deterrence. France derives about 70% of its electricity from nuclear energy,
yah, by raping Niger
but in Germany it was 6% in 2022.
Now User:Conservative is shilling for the Green party and green agenda
France's economy was designed with more resiliency.
I don't believe you understand diddly squat about two world wars or the founding of the European Union
It's a shame. Germany's Otto Von Bismark was famous for always having a plan B (Nuclear power). Conservative (talk) 11:22, May 28, 2024 (EDT)
I thought Bismarck was a Satanic Machiavellian realist. Probably a fat atheist, too.
Also, Bismarck was a Lutheran.[13] Conservative ([[User talk:C
The problem is, American foreign policy objectives and User:Conservative's foreign policy objectives flow in two different directions. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 14:02, May 28, 2024 (EDT)
I don't have foreign policy objectives. I am not a politician nor am I a government official. And although you claim that Kevin McCarthy and Mike Johnson are avid readers of mine, I doubt that this is the case. Conservative (talk) 13:15, June 7, 2024 (EDT)
And why are you so sensitive about my content relating to obesity? It's too bad that you are like the Japanese who are definitely against the fat acceptance movement. Japan is the only society that had a problem with obesity that successfully solved the issue in their culture. See: [[Essay: Japanese society's tough love on overweight people is good public policy - including its shaming of fat people]].
The slim owner of Conservapedia, Andrew Schlafly (whose mother was instrumental in defeating the Equal Rights Amendment), is definitely not pro fat acceptance movement. The fat acceptance movement has its roots in feminism (See: The Fat Underground and the Fat Liberation Manifesto). Given all the fat lesbians, this is not surprising (See: Lesbianism and obesity). Conservative (talk) 13:14, June 7, 2024 (EDT)

Donald Trump does not share your racist and fascist warmongering ideals. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 13:44, June 7, 2024 (EDT)

You called me a racist. I am devastated - NOT. The same goes for the rest of your name calling tripe. People who don't have evidence and actual arguments engage in name calling. Conservative (talk) 13:47, June 7, 2024 (EDT :
Be proud of yourself. You single-handedly resurrected right-wing fascism on Conservapedia. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 13
57, June 7, 2024 (EDT)

Donald Trump does not share your racist and fascist warmongering ideals.

It is racist and fascist RINOs and Biden backers such as yourself will lead the GOP to disaster in November. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 13:44, June 7, 2024 (EDT)

Your inane and baseless name calling backfired big time. You are the only member of your so-called "Team CP" while the CP Civility Association, which I endorsed, has 9 members. In addition, you still don't have the ability to telephone Andy Schlafly, while I do. I suggest you develop the virtue of affability as soon as possible. Conservative (talk) 14:04, June 7, 2024 (EDT)
There's a sucker born every minute.

P.T. Barnum

It was inevitable that NATO countries would allow Ukraine to attack Russian soil with the arms they supplied

"Instead of a decisive battle achieved through rapid maneuver, attritional war focuses on destroying enemy forces and their ability to regenerate combat power, while preserving one's own."[14]

So it was inevitable that NATO countries would allow Ukraine to attack Russian soil with the arms they supplied. And eventually supply arms that would be able to reach Russian soil.

But hopefully, the war will end as soon as possible and not go further and further and further up the escalation ladder. If Trump is elected, this might occur. Conservative (talk) 14:28, June 1, 2024 (EDT)

You're a day late and a dollar short, again, and Personal remark removed makes it a waste of time. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 14:36, June 1, 2024 (EDT)

Trumpified Europe

No, Donald Trump is not the nazisymp User: Conservative has tried to make him. Neither does User:Conservative's criticism of inflation and the economy hold water, given User:Conservative's anti-Russian pro-war stance. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 00:26, June 7, 2024 (EDT)

Read this essay: [[Essay: Russia's neo-Nazi problem belies one of Putin's rationales for the war in Ukraine|Russia's neo-Nazi problem belies one of Putin's rationales for the war in Ukraine]].
"And Putin says this to everybody. Nobody has been tougher on Russia than I have. I got NATO to pay $410 billion dollars more." - Donald Trump.[15]
"There has been nobody tougher on Russia than President Donald Trump." - Donald Trump, 2018.[16]
Trump's been a lot tougher on Russia than me. Furthermore, I see the strengths/weaknesses of Russia. I am not a hyper Russophile and I make no apologies for this matter.
Also, I am isolationist leaning and unlike Russia I believe in Just War Theory ([[Essay: Isolationalism is growing in the United States. Is this a good thing?]] and [[Essay: Business is more powerful than military might. All REAL Americans know this!]]). Your efforts to convince others that I am a warmonger has been an abject failure. Conservative (talk) 01:01, June 7, 2024 (EDT)

Quit your neo-Nazi fascist warmongering spamming. Donald Trump is not a nazisymp as you have portrayed him. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 13:33, June 7, 2024 (EDT)

Simon Wiesenthal is a bona fide Nazi hunter. You are not. Nobody in the world recognizes you as a Nazi hunter. I suggest you quit your Godwin's law behavior before you further disgrace yourself. Conservative (talk) 13:40, June 7, 2024 (EDT)

Be proud of yourself. You single-handedly resurrected right-wing fascism on Conservapedia. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 13:57, June 7, 2024 (EDT)

"Trump is not a nazisymp" Your supreme oversized tangerine says otherwise. Of course, seeing the history of Communist–Nazi collaboration, it's not surprising that a Commuputinist like yourself is perfectly fine with certain flavors of Teutonic Bolshevism. "There is nothing new under the sun." (Ecc. 1:9) —LT Rev. 22:13 Friday, 18:41, June 7, 2024 (EDT)
Thanks. Can we assume we you are in agreement with User:Conservative that right wing fascism exists and Trump & User:Conservative are two of its loudest exponents? RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 18:47, June 7, 2024 (EDT)
Right out of User:Conservativer's favorite rag Politico: Europe’s Trump Moment Has Arrived, "In a Continent that has prided itself on laying to rest the ghosts of Hitler, Mussolini and Franco, the re-emergence of the radical right as a political force is coming as a shock..."
And User:Conservative spams his neo-fascist crap all over MPR and in his hate screeds.
Congratulations User:Conservative, you undid more than 15 years work by multiple editors by resurrecting rightwing fascism on Conservapedia. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 16:07, June 9, 2024 (EDT)

Rightwing fascism is a bigger threat to the conservative movement than liberalism

IMO, rightwing fascism such as User:Conservative represents is a bigger threat to the conservative movement than liberalism.

Thou hypocrite, first cast out the beam out of thine own eye; and then shalt thou see clearly to cast out the mote out of thy brother's eye.

To have an impact and be taken serious, the conservative movement must first deal with neo-fascists in our own midst before criticizing liberalism or communism. User:Conservative has singlehandedly convinced me, in hundreds of encounters over the past two years, that the racist, malevolent, and vicious spirit of fascism is not exclusively leftwing. That yes, indeed, there are human beings out there claiming to be conservative, rightwing. or Republican who indeed hold fascist and neo-Nazi values in the core of their being. These are a greater enemy, and threat, to the conservative Christian movement than any leftist or liberal, and must be expunged first (this doesn't mean toss User:Conservative out, this means User:Conservative must toss out his fascist, globalist, neo-Nazi and neocon propagandizing and ideals, or meet with the consequences from genuine Christian conservatives). RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 16:26, June 9, 2024 (EDT)

NATO Summit in Washington in July

"The United States will host a NATO Summit in Washington DC on 9-10-11 July 2024."

https://www.nato.int/cps/en/natohq/news_225269.htm NishantXavierFor Christ the King 06:15, June 7, 2024 (EDT)

"And Putin says this to everybody. Nobody has been tougher on Russia than I have. I got NATO to pay $410 billion dollars more." - Donald Trump.[17]
Right now, as far as the 2024 presidential election, the political betting markets have Trump's odds of winning the presidency at 53% and Biden's chance of winning at 37.6%.[18] If Trump wins the presidency, I wonder how much money he will get European NATO members to pay additionally into NATO? And if he does help end the war or at least turn it into a frozen conflict, I wonder how many concessions he will help wring out of Ukraine/Russia?
“MY STYLE of deal-making is quite simple and straightforward. I aim very high, and then I just keep pushing and pushing and pushing to get what I’m after.” - Donald Trump, Trump: The Art of the Deal. Conservative (talk) 08:26, June 7, 2024 (EDT)

Donald Trump is not a fascist warmonger. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 13:38, June 7, 2024 (EDT)

He is the Mango Caesar of Orange Bolshevism. —LT Rev. 22:13' Friday, 14:24, June 7, 2024 (EDT)
Trump will be gone in a few years, Personal remark removed RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 18
37, June 7, 2024 (EDT)
I had no idea Conservative was a national-syndicalist adherent of Hegelian-Gnostic actualism. You throw around "fAsCiSm" nowadays the same way Democrats toss "rAcIsT" accusations ad infinitum. —LT Rev. 22:13 Friday, 18:43, June 7, 2024 (EDT)
Don't over-intellectualize. Nazis are not known for their intellectual prowess - Personal remark removed. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 18:52, June 7, 2024 (EDT)
Nazism and Fascism are separate ideological strains of third-positionist Hegelian Gnosticism. —LT Rev. 22:13 Friday, 18:54, June 7, 2024 (EDT)
That's true. Talk to User:Conservative for 15 minutes and discover he doesn't know what Nazism, fascism, socialism, or communism is. After that it's just a waste of the.
User:Conservative does however wear the endorsement he recorded from a vulgar [[liberal] socialist, Lewis Black, as a badge of honor over the United States Department of Justice. Go figure. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 21:34, June 7, 2024 (EDT)
Indeed so. And when elaborated in detail, he blatantly disregards any factual analysis which contradicts his naive bubble worldview, as was observed in a previous email discussion about the CCP and Communism/Fascism. At least you and I have a fuller understanding of the historical intricacies. If it weren't for link-spam, Conservapedia's esteemed anti-atheist polemicist would have no argument to plaster at all because he cannot formulate any thesis of his own—the only thing he is capable of doing is regurgitating the same quote mines over and over. —LT Rev. 22:13 Sunday, 21:29, June 8, 2024 (EDT)

Lewis Black very briefly mentioned Conservapedia's homosexuality article and he made some snide remark about it in his comic act because it got under his skin. He didn't mention the whacko of his meds who read Conservapedia's well-researched and factual content on homosexuality the year before he decided to attack some homosexual he lured into meeting him via Grind.

User:Conservative wrote:
  • You made the mistake of falling in love with two corrupt, authoritarian middle-income countries. Conservative (talk) 15:56, May 10, 2024 (EDT) [19]
My response: You made the mistake of falling in love with Homosexuality and the Homosexual agenda.
I trust this clarifies matters. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 10:43, June 9, 2024 (EDT)
You have made main page talk into a boring joke. And comments like the above are a prime example. It's not worth participating in main page talk anymore or even reading main page talk. Should I wish to discuss politics, there has to be better places to do so on the internet because you have made the bar very low to jump over. I may post on main page in the future, but by then you'll probably have driven down the page views so low with your inane comments there won't be many people participating in or viewing main page talk anymore. Conservative (talk) 10:48, June 9, 2024 (EDT)
It wouldn't be that way if Andy implemented a Topic Ban on your neocon globalist editing (topic bans are less intrusive than full scale desyopping). Then we:d have time to report on domestic and election issues. But my time is taken up countering your neo-Nazi and fascist propaganda and hate speech, trying to preserve what's left of Consetvapedia's reputation. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 11:26, June 9, 2024 (EDT)
Wow User:Conservaitve, I go on vacation for 10 days and we lose another 1,500 daily readers. Thanks, we can always count on you to step into the gap and do more destruction to Conservapedia's reader vase. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 15:09, June 9, 2024 (EDT)

By the way, unlike you, I know enough about socialism/communism to know why China is beginning to run into some big economic problems. In addition, I took two courses on Nazism and may know more about it than you (Not that I would care). Conservative (talk) 22:19, June 7, 2024 (EDT)

You literally once told me that Nazism is "left of center." That demonstrates your lack of knowledge on the basic fact that Nazism is a syncretism between "far-right" Germanic Johannite-Teutonic elitism and far-left Communist revolutionary socialism. Labeling Nazism simply as "left-wing"/"liberal" ignores the fact that its ideological core reflected a "traditional" Germanic hatred of liberalism from a reactionary-aristocratic standpoint. The reason you refuse to admit this is because your own concept of "conservatism" is highly vague, spotty, and terribly defined. —LT Rev. 22:13 Sunday, 21:36, June 8, 2024 (EDT)

MPR: World Bank: Russia overtakes Japan to become world's 4th largest economy. Putinomics and Putin's bet on the Global South

Re: MPR: World Bank: Russia overtakes Japan to become world's 4th largest economy. Putinomics and Putin's bet on the global south

"By breaking off relations with the West Putin has made a big bet on the Global South Century, where most of the developing countries are growing much faster than the West. Currently China and India are in the number one and three slots in the global ranking in PPP terms but both are expected to become the leaders in nominal terms as well over the next three or four decades. Most of the fastest growing economies from lower down the list are also from the Global South."[20]

First of all, it's often not good to restrict your customer base - especially when you are selling commodities like oil and gas and have not diversified your economy enough (See: [[Essay: Russian oil: Lower future production/profits due to future higher extraction costs and other inefficiencies]]</nowiiki>). In addition, although wartime economies temporarily boost GNP, they do so at the expense of the long term prospects of the civilian economy (you kill off some of your labor supply, worsen a demographic crisis, skimp on educational budgets/civilian research & development spending, etc. See: <nowiki>[[Essay: Russia's economy is that of a shrinking, aging, and poorly qualified population]]). It would have been smarter for Russia to sell its gas/oil to the Global South and the West and to diversify its economy.

Next, in economics, there is no free lunch. How long can Putin afford to wage war in Ukraine?. Putin's faces a trilemma which involves juggling the three balls of: funding the war in Ukraine, maintaining his populace’s living standards, and safeguarding macroeconomic stability. By 2027, Putin will likely drop one of these 3 balls if the war continues.

As far as communist China, its future is not bright (See: [[Essay:Skepticism about China remaining a global power]]). This is bad for Russia since Russia sells a lot of its oil to China. India has good prospects if they have a decent focus on high value services as the manufacturing space is more competitive than during the time of China's rise (See: India lost the manufacturing race to China. Here's why it could still succeed). Christianity is growing in the Global South and so it makes sense to be more bullish about the Global South's prospects (except for China) plus Europe and Japan are rapidly aging.

As far as the USA, it makes sense to be bullish about the USA in the long term (See: [[Essay: The United States will be the leading power in the world for the foreseeable future]]). Conservative (talk) 17:41, June 7, 2024 (EDT)

Personal remark removed RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 18:32, June 7, 2024 (EDT)
RobSmith wrote: Personal remark removed
This is merely an opinion that you have provided zero support for. I prefer facts, evidence and well-supported opinions. Conservative (talk) 19:06, June 7, 2024 (EDT)
"I prefer facts, evidence and well-supported opinions" Then why do you believe the Jesuit/Masonic-concocted "Johnny come late theology" lie that 1948 was a fulfillment of Jewish prophecy? —LT Rev. 22:13 Friday, 19:07, June 7, 2024 (EDT)
[EC] Conservative, you might want to reread Revelation 13 before you get squirmy-giddy about the United States' upcoming supremacist prominence. And no, this is not "Johnny come late theology." John Wesley commented on the second beast in 1791:
He is not yet come; though he cannot be far off. For he is to appear at the end of the forty-two months of the first beast.

—"Explanatory Notes Upon the New Testament," vol. III, p. 299

The Anglo-Jesuit-instigated French Revolution culminated in the decimation of the Vatican in 1798, marking the end of the 1,260 years (or 42 prophetic months, or time, times, and the dividing of time). France was the same country which sent the Mithraic-Satanic "Statue of Liberty" to the United States, which arose as a national power at the exact time period the Vatican received its mortal wound. Of course, once Masonry served its Jesuitical goal of destroying the conservative European monarchies which banned the Jesuits, the Jesuitical agentur forged the "Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion" to incite a wave of reactionary-socialist Nazi-Fascist terrorism in Europe to smash the very Masonic influence they quietly fomented in the late 1700s.
Anyways, wait till you find out that Lord Palmerston's propaganda about Gog and Magog (the whole "Russia and Iran attacking Israel" nonsense) is a load of hooey. Don't say I didn't warn you when it's too late and you find yourself on the wrong side of Final Judgment. —LT Rev. 22:13 Friday, 18:36, June 7, 2024 (EDT)
I like John Wesley a lot as he was very zealous and had a great effect on England. He was also a very good man who believed strongly in holiness. A picture of John Wesley is on my user page.
With that being said, Methodism is a "Johnny come lately theology" that originated in the 1700s. Conservative (talk) 19:02, June 7, 2024 (EDT)
Really going to move the goalposts, eh? If 18th-century theological expositions are "Johnny come late theology," then the 19th-century propaganda of Anglosupremacist shill Lord Palmerston on the matter of Gog and Magog must be even more "Johnny come late theology" than Wesley's commentary. Yet you subscribe hook, line, and sinker to Gnostic-Marcionite dispensationalist nonsense about 1948 and the current Israel–Palestine war being a supposed fulfillment of Old Testament prophecy. —LT Rev. 22:13 Friday, 19:05, June 7, 2024 (EDT)

My essay on the USA's future for the forseeable doesn't mention theology in terms of eschatology. That is a good thing given that the Bible makes no mention of the USA. Conservative (talk) 19:09, June 7, 2024 (EDT)

Read Revelation 13:11–18. —LT Rev. 22:13 Friday, 19:12, June 7, 2024 (EDT)
LT, wrote: "Conservative, you might want to reread Revelation 13 before you get squirmy-giddy about the United States' upcoming supremacist prominence."
At a period of time when there is much incompetence in national leadership and where many cultures are not having a replacement level of kids and their possibilities/desire to attract talent is small, the USA does not have to be super great, it just needs to less bad than other countries. And with the communist Xi Jinping leading China, incompetent European leadership, and the corrupt/authoritarian Putin leading Russia, this isn't a high bar to leap over. In addition, the USA has accrued a number of strengths and it has great geography that is fairly easy to defend. Conservative (talk) 19:20, June 7, 2024 (EDT)
Splendid, more of your natalist drivel. Of course, aggressive government-instituted far-right pro-birth policies were the cornerstone of Communist regimes like the Soviet Union and Socialist Republic of Romania. Observing your recent enamor with the Catholic Church, whose ideology was dubbed by Emanuel M. Josephson as "theistic, Nazarene Communism," I suppose it's not a shocking spectacle to see your extolling of Communist-esque natalist proposals. —LT Rev. 22:13 Friday, 19:25, June 7, 2024 (EDT)
Companies need workers. Tech firms and breakthough innovations need talent. Pension systems need healthy labor force participation rates. Labor shortages hurt production/productivity and cause inflation. As much as I hate to say it and declare victory, you are the one engaging in drivel with your anti-natalist drivel!!! Olé! Olé! Olé! Conservative (talk) 19:31, June 7, 2024 (EDT)
You realize that conservatives from Reconstruction up until the 1910s–20s favored increased immigration, right? Meanwhile, your preferred "right-wing populist" politics is the brainchild of the racist/white supremacist leftist Progressive Movement. —LT Rev. 22:13 Friday, 19:35, June 7, 2024 (EDT)
Anyways, I have better things to do in life than argue with you. My task of expelling the RW brown menace out of Conservapedia should suffice for the meantime, lest more ridiculous Nazi propaganda is inserted in i.e. the Leo Frank article. —LT Rev. 22:13 Friday, 19:37, June 7, 2024 (EDT)

Actually, there are pros-cons to the right-wing populism. For example, Trump is not very keen on reducing the federal debt. On the whole, I prefer limited government. Most of the fervent anti-immigration in Europe is probably due to anti-Islam sentiment. Pouring Muslims into a country is a bad idea because as they gain as a percentage of the population (like above 5%) they start creating more and more problems.

Eventually, given Europe's below replacement levels of fertility, until European desecularization hits sufficiently in post 2050 or sooner (which would raise fertility rates to potentially replacement levels of births), the wealthy business class and the pension systems will probably win the day eventually as far as immigration. A society has to replace itself and businesses need workers. It takes a lot of time to Christianize a country and have a Christian culture so who knows how long it could take to have a replacement level of births in Europe. It might never occur. The Bible says that in the end times men's love will grow cold plus we don't know when the Second Coming of Christ will occur. Conservative (talk) 19:49, June 7, 2024 (EDT)

First of all, your "pouring Muslims into a country is a bad idea" remark is a terrible thing to say at a time when Muslims and Arabs are facing bigoted hatred worldwide as a result of the Jesuitical-Hegelian-manufactured conflict between the "Judeo-Christian" and Islamic civilizations (this, of course, is part of the end-time Antichrist machinations, but I'm not going to bother elaborating the full story here and now). Also, your usage of the term "Christian culture" sounds a lot like something Richard Dawkins would say. At the end of the day, given your Conservapedia-wide shilling attitude towards Andy, you probably have just as much machismo as Dawkins does. (see: [[Essay: Does Richard Dawkins have machismo?]]) —LT Rev. 22:13 Saturday, 20:02, June 7, 2024 (EDT)
Islam rapidly growing in some European countries is a bad thing. I cite: What Islam Isn't - Dr. Peter Hammond. Conservative (talk) 22:04, June 7, 2024 (EDT)
China’s Middle Class Is Disappearing, Forbes, 2024
Is Putin's gamble on China a good long term bet? Conservative (talk) 13:41, June 8, 2024 (EDT)
What the heck are you talking about? RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 15:23, June 8, 2024 (EDT)
Never mind. I shouldn't have asked

RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 15:25, June 8, 2024 (EDT)

Nevermind? I am glad you backdowned from your weak response quickly. Denialism is not a valid argument. Conservative (talk) 15:54, June 8, 2024 (EDT)
As they say, ask a stupid question, get a stupid answer.
Denialism? Now WTH? You don't think I wasted my previous time reading your spam screeds, do you? If you believe that I waste more than 5-10 seconds on your convoluted, off topic spam screeds, you're in denial. `RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There
The problem is, it's not worth looking for any logical thread of reasoning in these arguments. When I do, you just go snivelling off to Andy talk whining "Mommy! Mommy! He's being mean to me!" Real men generally stand on their own two feet.
So forget it. I'm not interested in you trying to connect the dots between Russia being the 4th largest economy and America or China's disappearing middle class. Particularly due to your inability to accept reality that Russia is the 4th largest economy. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There£
Now, I understand wholly why, after two years while you worked on your magnum opus Essay; Why I [narcissistic plug]'m not bullish on Russia, as Russia moved up from the 5th largest to 4th largest economy on the planet, why you want to change the subject to China. However, I don't see how your spam and screeds provide any practical educational value to the conservative movement or a conservative readership. In fact, it probably adds ammunition to opponents of conservativism how dumb and put of touch some conservative content creators are. Your spam on China is classic denialism. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 20:42, June 8, 2024 (EDT)

My response: [[Essay: Russia's economy and gas and oil profits will be BADLY damaged when China's economy declines|Russia's economy and gas and oil profits will be BADLY damaged when China's economy declines]] and [[Essay: It's time to be very bearish about China's long-term economy|It's time to be very bearish about China's long-term economy]]

It's not a matter of if China's economy goes down, but when. Read: China’s Economy Cannot Export Its Problems Away, 2024. Chinese companies are starting to face more trade barriers because the nations of the world will not accept what China wants to export and its already starting.[21][22][23] And don't forget about The Donald's specific views: "As a candidate this year, he has floated tariffs of 60% or higher on all Chinese goods and a 10% across-the-board tariffs on goods from all points of origin."[24]

I trust this clarifies matters. Conservative (talk) 21:52, June 8, 2024 (EDT)

My response: Now, I understand wholly why, after two years while you worked on your magnum opus Essay; Why I [narcissistic plug]'m not bullish on Russia, as Russia moved up from the 5th largest to 4th largest economy on the planet, why you want to change the subject to China. However, I don't see how your spam and screeds provide any practical educational value to the conservative movement or a conservative readership. In fact, it probably adds ammunition to opponents of conservativism how dumb and out of touch some conservative content creators are. Your spam on China is classic denialism.
I trust this clarifies matters. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 23:21, June 8, 2024 (EDT)
That's not a strong rebuttal concerning the lack of long term resilience of Russia's economy. Nor does it address the fragility of China's economy which is an important matter given that Russia is a big seller of oil to China. Last time I checked, life is a marathon and not a sprint. Conservative (talk) 23:32, June 8, 2024 (EDT)
My response: The more you talk, the more you sound like Biden, Blinken, John Kirby, and Hillary Clinton.
I trust this clarifies matters. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There`

RobSmith, you wrote: "My response: The more you talk, the more you sound like Biden, Blinken, John Kirby, and Hillary Clinton."

That is still a mere opinion of yours which you have provided zero evidence for. I realize that in your mind it's a slam dunk argument, but the fact remains that your opinions are not facts - even though you strongly believe and wish that this was the case. Conservative (talk) 08:53, June 9, 2024 (EDT)

In the opinion of an Assistant United States Attorney, you inspired a hate crime. File:Hate crime indictment Nov 16 2021.PNG

Perhaps now you understand the dangers of being an uncooperative editor and locking a page to put in your own personal opinions and keeping others' out.

I trust this clarifies matters. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 11:16, June 9, 2024 (EDT)

Oh, wow - NOT. An Oregon, liberal, United States Attorney, has an opinion about Conservapedia in the case of a mentally disturbed person who was off his meds who attacked a homosexual seeking unnatural sex via Grndr. Well, opinions are still not facts no matter how much you wish them to be. I am totally unimpressed. Point out a single factual error in one of my homosexuality articles (which the conservative owner of Conservapedia finds very informative and have been very popular articles). Oh, how you wish your articles were as well-trafficked as my popular articles on atheism and homosexuality! Your narcissistic rivalry is off the charts!
But here is something even more telling. This has nothing to do with the GNP of Russia. Obviously, you are badly losing the argument and desperately want to change the subject. Well, intelligent readers are not going to be fooled by your chicanery. As much as I hate to do it, I am afraid I am going to have to declare total victory. Notice I did not say "glorious victory". Because your argumentation and the positions you take are so weak, it doesn't take much to out-argue you in terms of making a good case. I just need to give the evidence and some sound arguments. Conservative (talk) 12:00, June 9, 2024 (EDT)
By the way, I suspect you must recognize that both China and Russia are headed for a world of economic hurt. Because you certainly aren't offering counter arguments using evidence and sound arguments. Conservative (talk) 12:08, June 9, 2024 (EDT)
User:Conservative wrote:
  • You made the mistake of falling in love with two corrupt, authoritarian middle-income countries. Conservative (talk) 15:56, May 10, 2024 (EDT) [25]
My response: You made the mistake of falling in love with Homosexuality and the Homosexual agenda.
I trust this clarifies matters. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 14:42, June 9, 2024 (EDT)
Read this essay: [[Essay: Why liberal and leftist snowflakes don't like my articles on gay bashing, gay bowel syndrome and obesity|Why liberal and leftist snowflakes don't like my articles on gay bashing, gay bowel syndrome and obesity]]
Feel free to engage in last wordism. Conservative (talk) 02:08, June 10, 2024 (EDT)

Conservapedia is hopeless

The site founder freed a motley gang of RW-Nazi trolls. There is no living point to the wiki anymore. —LT Rev. 22:13 Sunday, 21:31, June 8, 2024 (EDT)

Don't quit. We finally got em where we want em. Home court advantage. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 23:23, June 8, 2024 (EDT)

Thomas Massie Interview with Tucker Carlson

https://x.com/TuckerCarlson/status/1799124990643626065

"Rep. Thomas Massie doesn’t care what you think of him, which is pretty great.

(3:19) Where Does US Debt End? (10:32) Why Massie Voted 15 Times Against Funding Israel (14:53) AIPAC (34:04) Mitch McConnell (42:25) Area 51 (50:32) Massie's Relationship with Trump (57:09) Kill Switches in Cars (1:05:58) Mike Johnson and the Deep State (1:14:34) How Massie Got Into Politics (1:18:29) Living off the Grid" NishantXavierFor Christ the King 07:55, June 9, 2024 (EDT)

Macron bets the house in election to break far-right momentum in France

"After a humiliating defeat at the hands of Le Pen’s National Rally, France’s president is now making a high-risk roll of the dice ...

French President Emmanuel Macron is going for broke, calling for a snap election that is likely to deliver big wins for the far right. But it may also knock Le Pen off her stride as she eyes the bigger prize: the presidency in 2027." ...

https://www.politico.eu/article/eu-european-election-results-2024-emmanuel-macron-snap-election-marine-le-pen-national-rally-jordan-bardella-national-assembly/ NishantXavierFor Christ the King 04:18, June 10, 2024 (EDT)

Europe turns to the right

Especially Germany, Spain and France. How Europe’s young voters flocked to the hard-Right It seems, uncontrolled Arab immigration and the "palestine-protests" triggering Islamization fears - bear some fruits...a reaction (against radical left) that is.Dianne3000 (talk)

Let's see how this will effect right here in November.Telling (talk) 11:32, June 11, 2024 (EDT)
Did you guys see this? U.S. to Offer Landmark Defense Treaty to Saudi Arabia in Effort to Spur Israel Normalization Deal coming on the heels of Saudi Arabia dumping the petrodollar. I'll see if I can find the full WSJ article. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 11:38, June 11, 2024 (EDT)
WSJ article. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 11:49, June 11, 2024 (EDT)

Cyrus Janssen

If anyone has a problem with Cyrus Janssen, don't post your gay/queer Obama/Hillary/Biden talking points here, create the Cyrus Janssen bio page and qualify the source properly. Thank you. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 12:12, June 13, 2024 (EDT)

Please post

Setback for globalism: Armenia leaves the Russian Collective Security Treaty Organization.[26] MayGodBless (talk) 20:23, June 13, 2024 (EDT)

How is that a setback for globalism? RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There
A global organization lost members. MayGodBless (talk) 21:12, June 13, 2024 (EDT)
oh, you mean NATO is opening a front wedged between Russia and Iran. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 22:03, June 13, 2024 (EDT)

Bad news for Russia: China’s Oil Refiners Are Slowing Down After Decades of Growth

"China’s decades-long boom in oil processing could falter this year in a blow to global demand and the aspirations of OPEC+ producers seeking to return supply to the market. Oil refining in the world’s top crude importer is expected to be flat or fall for the first time in data that extends back to 2004 — excluding a Covid-hit 2022 — according to most market watchers surveyed by Bloomberg. The IEA this week also reduced its processing forecast, but still sees a gain."[27]

This is the objective of the green agenda, which User:Conservative apparently is an ardent supporter.

China is the biggest buyer of Russian oil.[28] Currently, China is experiencing major economic problems (See: [[Essay: It's time to be very bearish about China's long-term economy|It's time to be very bearish about China's long-term economy]]).

Now a word about Bloomberg News, which User:Conservative is in the habit of using to push his globalist agenda. It's no secret Bloomberg News is a toady for the Chinese Communist Party. [29][30][31]

My economic forecast appears to be getting closer and closer to fruition. See: [[Essay: Russia's economy and gas and oil profits will be BADLY damaged when China's economy declines]]. Conservative (talk) 23:06, June 13, 2024 (EDT)

BFD. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 23:23, June 13, 2024 (EDT)
I'd be more worried about the US economy rather than pretending to know something you understand nothing about. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 23:43, June 13, 2024 (EDT)
I have two words: Tariffs. Overcapacity. See: EU to impose tariffs of up to 38% on Chinese EVs and Why China is Falling Out with the Global South (Some Global South countries are hitting China with tariffs).
Bottom line: China’s Economy Cannot Export Its Problems Away. Conservative (talk) 23:50, June 13, 2024 (EDT)
I have two words: screw off. Take your Obama/Hillary/Biden gay talking points elsewhere. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 23:57, June 13, 2024 (EDT)
And perhaps, the best is yet to come. I cite: [[Essay: Donald Trump, who is favored to win the 2024 presidential election, wants to hammer China with high tariffs|Donald Trump, who is favored to win the 2024 presidential election, wants to hammer China with high tariffs]]. Conservative (talk) 23:59, June 13, 2024 (EDT)
Ok. You've had your sugar fix for today. Go troll elsewhere. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 00:01, June 14, 2024 (EDT)
Worried about the US economy? I would rather live in the USA than communist China any day of the week. See: World’s Two Largest Economies: One is Surging and the Other is Stumbling | China & US Economy | Econ.
And if Trump is elected, the USA economy may become bigger, better and stronger than ever before! Conservative (talk) 01:21, June 14, 2024 (EDT)
Good luck to you. And God bless. I'd rather live in the real world rather than the fantasy world in your head where everybody is a fat atheist and always being mean to you on the internet. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 01:46, June 14, 2024 (EDT)
Andy, fat atheists are being mean to me again.

You're doing a mighty poor job of supporting your so-called "real world" with facts, evidence and well-supported arguments. And as far as your "pretending to know something you understand nothing about" comment above, that sounds very much like someone with a superiority complex. I, RobSmith, am the master of international relations and world politics. You are nothing peasant!

RobSmith, no one in the world recognizes your self-proclaimed expertise. Conservative (talk) 01:59, June 14, 2024 (EDT)

I never claimed to be. Stick with your dime store psychoanalysis. You made the mistake of falling in love with the Homosexual agenda. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 09:07, June 14, 2024 (EDT)

Be sure your sin will find you out

—Num 32:23

MPR: Asia Sentinel: "China will more likely grow rich before it grows old." Asia Sentinel is blocked by Asia's rich country of Singapore due to online falsehoods and manipulation

Re: MPR news story: Asia Sentinel: "China will more likely grow rich before it grows old."[32] Asia Sentinel is blocked by Asia's prosperous country of Singapore due to violating law relating to online falsehoods and manipulation[33]

Oh, more authoritarian censorship. ok. Now User:Conservative has become a supporter of cancel culture and the Biden regime's disinformation board.

Singapore is one of the richest countries of Asia and it is a far better place to live than communist China in terms of its amount of freedom/liberty (China is heavily persecuting Christians, etc.). The new story appears very fishy to me in terms of the claim ""China will more likely grow rich before it grows old." See: Chinese real estate crisis (2020–present) and Youth unemployment in China and Chinese stock markets and [[Essay: It's time to be very bearish about China's long-term economy]] and [[Essay:Skepticism about China remaining a global power]].

Right now, China is a middle-income country and it seems likely that it will be stuck in the middle-income trap.

I cite:

  • Per Wikipedia: "Since the change of ownership in 2016, concerns have been raised about the paper's [SCMP] editorial independence and self-censorship. Critics including The New York Times, Der Spiegel, and The Atlantic have alleged that the paper is on a mission to promote China's soft power abroad.[9][10]" [34] User:Conservative evidently now is spreading Chinese Communist propaganda.
Totally irrelevant since the SCMP article indicates that China is likely in a middle-income trap. Conservative (talk) 15:10, June 14, 2024 (EDT)
What the H is the "middle income trap"? No, don't bother, please don't bother trying to explain it. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 15:36, June 14, 2024 (EDT)

User:Conservative wrote:

  • "You made the mistake of falling in love with two corrupt, authoritarian middle-income countries." Conservative (talk) 15:56, May 10, 2024 (EDT) [35]

My response: You made the mistake of falling in love with gay bashing and the Homosexual agenda.

I trust this clarifies matters. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 13:05, June 14, 2024 (EDT)

Gay bashing/homosexual agenda? That is a very poor response. It is an intentional distraction from the thread and has nothing to do with whether China will grow rich before it gets old. People create distractions when they are badly losing an argument. According to the Conservapedia Guidelines about inappropriate/trolling behavior, "Responding to reasonable requests and questions with off-topic or potentially offensive rhetoric."
Furthermore, I created the vast majority of Conservapedia's anti-homosexuality content. In fact, the owner of Conservapedia, the staunch conservative Andy Schlafly, publicly praised my anti-homosexuality content in a press interview at: Conservapedia on the hour. Has Andrew Schlafly ever publicly praised any of your anti-homosexuality content in a press interview? No, he hasn't. Personal remark removed Conservative (talk) 14:48, June 14, 2024 (EDT)
Also, "New bank lending in China rebounded far less than expected in May and some key money gauges hit record lows, suggesting the world's second-largest economy is still struggling to regain its footing even as the central bank seeks to bolster confidence."[36] Conservative (talk) 15:16, June 14, 2024 (EDT)
You evidentially are an advocate of authoritarian censorship, cancel culture, and the Biden regime's disinformation board. You repeatedly call for the cancelling, censorship, and desysopping of fellow CP Admin.
Per Wikipedia: "Since the change of ownership in 2016, concerns have been raised about the paper's [South China Morning Post] editorial independence and self-censorship. Critics including The New York Times, Der Spiegel, and The Atlantic have alleged that the paper is on a mission to promote China's soft power abroad.[9][10]" [37] You evidently now are posting Chinese Communist propaganda.
User:Conservative wrote:
  • "You made the mistake of falling in love with two corrupt, authoritarian middle-income countries." Conservative (talk) 15:56, May 10, 2024 (EDT) [38]
My response: You made the mistake of falling in love with gay bashing and the Homosexual agenda.
Furthermore, I created the vast majority of Conservapedia's China, Communism, and anti-Communism related articles. According to yourself, the owner of Conservapedia, the staunch conservative Andy Schlafly, has lauded my contributions on Marxism, Socialism, and Communism. The Gatewaypundit, in an interview with Mr. Andrew Schlafly, has praised the quality of my research.
I trust this clarifies matters. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 15:20, June 14, 2024 (EDT)
An elderly man in Beijing, China.

CNBC reported in 2015: "36 percent of the world's population over 65 currently live in East Asia. That's 211 million people and it is projected to rise over time."[1]

You are doubling down on creating irrelevant off topic distractions due to badly losing the argument. This has nothing to do on whether China will grow rich before it gets old. As much as I hate to do it, I hereby declare total victory on this matter! Feel free to engage in last wordism. Conservative (talk) 15:25, June 14, 2024 (EDT)

I am following the example of your success as a Conservapedia Administrator. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 15:26, June 14, 2024 (EDT)
You're doing a mighty poor job of supporting your so-called "argument" with facts and well-supported evidence. And as far as your "pretending to know something you understand nothing about" it sounds very much like someone with a superiority complex. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 15:29, June 14, 2024 (EDT)

China is too old to get rich

I just recalled some great information about this topic.

This article was published days ago: Is China too old to get rich?, Japan Times, 2024

"CNBC reported in 2015: "36 percent of the world's population over 65 currently live in East Asia. That's 211 million people and it is projected to rise over time."[39]

China is not just facing one major problem, it is facing a multitude of intractable issues that its poor leadership will not solve. See: Beijing Signals That It Has No Idea What To Do About Its Economy, Forbes, 2024.

Xi Jinping will not solve China's most major problems. His poor leadership is one of the foremost problems of China. See also: Essay: The rising rule of communist idiocracy in China and Essay: What drives Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin?. Conservative (talk) 16:06, June 14, 2024 (EDT)

TL:DR. RobSThe Truth. Just Putin It Out There 16:10, June 14, 2024 (EDT)
Another key point. Much of China's economic activity is with its Asian neighbors. And in many cases, its geographic neighbors are countries which are aging fast in terms of elderly people so their citizens are past their peak earning years. Please see: Large parts of Asia are getting old before they get rich, The Economist, 2023 (Steve Bannon has a subscription to The Economist). Conservative (talk) 16:22, June 14, 2024 (EDT)