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Roe v Wade to be Overturned

The Supreme Court has finally returned to a sane majority! A leak shows that the Court will finally end infant murder! This should be added to the MPR as soon as possible. --IScott (talk) 21:31, May 2, 2022 (EDT)

Roberts is still undecided, so the final vote could be either 5-4 or 6-3. Here is Alito's draft opinion: "The constitution makes no reference to abortion and no such right is implicitly protected by any constitutional provision." A glorious day! PeterKa (talk) 23:14, May 2, 2022 (EDT)
Its glorious day, but this decision could have consequences to Midterm elections --Alex Kosh (talk) 23:26, May 2, 2022 (EDT)
They have put barriers in front of the Surpreme Court. I guess they are afraid that women wearing Viking horns hats will break into the Supreme Court. Conservative (talk) 10:13, May 3, 2022 (EDT)
I don't see how this could have any effect on the midterm elections except a positive one for Conservatives. Hopefully this means Obergefell, US V Windsor, Lawrence, and Griswold v CT will all be overrulled and struck down into dust soon!! --IScott (talk) 12:29, May 3, 2022 (EDT)
The Dems talked obsessively about abortion during the Virginia race last year. The issue didn't seem to affect the vote. Sanders has a plan: "Sanders: End filibuster to codify Roe v. Wade." The idea is that liberal voters will turn out in November to get rid of the filibuster and enact Roe as federal statute. Perhaps it can be considered a fundraising strategy.
I expect Roberts to join the majority and write the majority opinion, which means that the actual ruling will be quite a bit different than the draft that Alito wrote. PeterKa (talk) 22:23, May 3, 2022 (EDT)
What the ruling does is a counterweight to conservatives angry about election fraud - its forces abortion advocates to re-engage at the state and local level. RobSZ 07:38, May 4, 2022 (EDT)
So all those GOP and conservative activists attending school board meetings and town halls, galvanized by election fraud and CRT, are going to run smack head-on into well organized, well financed grassroots groups of abortion activists as competition in local elections who argue their "settled science" was once upon a time the law of the land. RobSZ 13:03, May 4, 2022 (EDT)
According to Slate, Alito's draft has already cost the court its legitimacy. It flies in the face of various polls: "CNN polling from January showed that just 30 percent of Americans wanted the court to overturn Roe v. Wade, and 52 percent said that should Roe be overturned, they would want their state to become a safe haven for women seeking abortion." This reason is ridiculous. If nearly everyone supports abortion, no state is going to restrict it. But the pro-aborts don't seem to be at all confident that they can win in the state legislatures. PeterKa (talk) 20:49, May 4, 2022 (EDT)
Looks like another bonanza for Big Pharma and Politico recommends "Order abortion pills by mail" [1] RobSZ 21:17, May 4, 2022 (EDT)
  • Here is Schumer and Pelosi's response: "The party of Lincoln and Eisenhower has now completely devolved into the party of Trump." I guarantee that there are no pro-abortion quotes from either Lincoln or Eisenhower. Americans were almost unanimously opposed to all forms of abortion until about 1968.
So what's next? See "26 States Are Certain or Likely to Ban Abortion Without Roe: Here’s Which Ones and Why." Twenty-two states have anti-abortion laws on the books that will go into effect automatically. These laws ban abortion after eight weeks or less. In addition, Indiana is likely to impose a comprehensive ban. Florida is expected to impose a ban after 15 weeks, Montana 20 weeks, and Nebraska 22 weeks. Several of these states, notably Michigan, have liberal supreme courts or governors that may refuse to enforce a ban.
Here is an illustration of how out-of-step current U.S. law is. Canada is often said to have the world's most liberal abortion law. It allows abortion up to 23 weeks and six days.[2] There are seven U.S. states that are considered unlikely to implemented any restrictions at all, Roe or no Roe. This includes California, New York, Illinois, and Massachusetts. PeterKa (talk) 14:52, May 5, 2022 (EDT)
When did Democrats ever have any respect for Eisenhower and Lincoln? RobSZ 22:17, May 5, 2022 (EDT)
The Supreme Court is Working for Putin!!!! RobSZ 15:04, May 6, 2022 (EDT)
After months of frothing about democracy, it seems that the Dems are no longer so keen on the idea. A week ago, they were radical democrats who thought the Electoral College, U.S. Senate, the constitution, and the courts were all not democratic enough. Aren't state legislatures elected by the people? To Biden, that's exactly the problem. Those legislatures could enact, "The whims...of the public at the moment in local areas."[3]
Equally disorienting has been the turnaround on gender terminology. A week ago, asking what a woman was was playing dirty pool. Are you talking about birthing persons? No wonder Judge Jackson was confused! Now Kamala Harris is back in the political hunt with a blast of old timee feminism: "How dare they? How dare they tell a woman what she can do and not do with her own body?" This rhetoric is of course quite dishonest. The polls don't show a significant gender gap on the issue of abortion. PeterKa (talk) 20:12, May 6, 2022 (EDT)
A week ago "my body, my choice" was "covid misinformation" and would get you banned from social media. RobSZ 20:53, May 6, 2022 (EDT)
According to CNN (yes, CNN), 38 percent of Americans describe themselves as "happy" about Roe being overturned. Only 20 percent described themselves as "angry."[4] We won't be hearing much more about this issue from the liberal media. PeterKa (talk) 03:12, May 7, 2022 (EDT)
Nobody at the Supreme Court today. PeterKa (talk) 21:35, May 9, 2022 (EDT)
This is a separation of powers issue; just as the Executive Branch has the Pentagon & FBI, and the Legislative Branch has the Capitol Police (which post-J6 and some guy crapping on Pelosi's driveway in San Fransisco now has a $2 billion budget and operates in 50 states), the Judicial Branch will need its own black helicopter outfit going forward. RobSZ 02:09, May 10, 2022 (EDT)
Post 9/11, Supreme Court Justices had to appear before Congressional appropriators to beg for money to install metal detectors; now given the fact that the FBI never investigated the international money laundering scheme of the Awan brothers and Debbie Wasserman Schultz because of separation of powers issues, and the fact the Capitol Police now have satellite surveillance technology able to track individuals in 50 states after J6 (the same technology used in Afghanistan to track goat herders only without the drone missile), the Supreme Court will need its own investigatory agency to track internal leaks and security service to guard against death threats arising in 50 states. RobSZ 02:21, May 10, 2022 (EDT)
And since the DOJ and Executive Branch did nothing to defend the Portland Federal Courthouse or bring rioters to justice, only adds impetus to need for the Judicial branch to have its own law enforcement black helicopter outfit. RobSZ 03:31, May 10, 2022 (EDT)

China moves into the Solomon islands

With Guadalcanal and Coral Sea, the Solomons were a pivotal piece of real estate in World War II. Today, they remain pivotal as a gateway to Australia. Ruled by politicians paid off with Chinese money, they are also a glimpse of a possible future under a Chinese ascendency. Solomon Islands and China recently signed a security pact. After twenty-nine years, the U.S. decided to reopen its embassy back in February. It seems that the prime minister intends to use Chinese security to suppress the opposition. In 2020, Chinese diplomats attacked Taiwanese diplomats in Fiji and sent one to hospital. PeterKa (talk) 09:10, May 3, 2022 (EDT)

Isnt Solomon islands owned by Britain? --Alex Kosh (talk) 17:50, May 3, 2022 (EDT)
The islands became independent in 1978. PeterKa (talk) 20:37, May 3, 2022 (EDT)
What does "independent" mean? Syria became independent from France in 1940 when Syria was liberated from France by France.
Donestk and Luhansk became independent from Ukraine in 2014 when the United States overthrew the Ukrainian government.
The United States became independent from British Empire in 1776 but spent the last 100 years, untold trillions, a multiplicity of foreign wars saving and preserving the British Empire, and has taken its foreign policy direction from London.
So what exactly does this term and concept, 'independent' mean, outside of the junior high school definition? RobSZ 07:07, May 4, 2022 (EDT)
Let's carry the point a step further: 'independence' implies a separation from a degree of control. Ukraine did not become 'independent' in 1991 of Russian or Soviet control - that is a false narrative. Ukraine was a founding member of the USSR - prior to its voluntary accession, there was only Soviet Russia. When Ukraine joined, it became the Soviet Union. When Ukraine quit, the Soviet Union collapsed.
So now it seeks cultural independence, not political (cause it always has been politically independent), hence all the fascist and nazi regalia to identify with the West. RobSZ 08:27, May 4, 2022 (EDT)

Potential fake article.

Someone just created the article Sebastian Bibby. Neither the man's name nor the organization mentioned in the article generate a single meaningful hit on search engines. Pretty sure someone be yanking your chain here. ClaudeMcH (talk) 15:11, May 3, 2022 (EDT)

Update. Given that this is buddy's only other contribution, yeah, I call BS. ClaudeMcH (talk) 15:20, May 3, 2022 (EDT)
Wait a minute? Why should we trust Google? Looks to me like he's been shaddow banned. RobSZ 07:18, May 4, 2022 (EDT)
Why would we delete the page on your say so? Perhaps you're a UK troll testing your clout here? Your first edit here was to trash Norma Colvey of Roe v Wade fame two years, now you clutter up Essay spacer with uncategorized pap about Roe v Wade. RobSZ 12:37, May 4, 2022 (EDT)
Bingo. Trolling confirmed. User:Claude was able to get two CP admin to act against his political enemies in the UK. [5] RobSZ 15:05, May 4, 2022 (EDT)

That, or the trolling is in that I just played along and made up even more fake stuff to go along with all the other fake stuff. Who knows? Hugs and kisses, --ClaudeMcH (talk) 15:17, May 4, 2022 (EDT)

And he doubles down by expanding the article he claimed was fake. [6]
As I clearly said I would. Hugs and kisses, --ClaudeMcH (talk) 15:25, May 4, 2022 (EDT)
Moral of the story? CP admin should not immediately or instinctively act on the word of a user simply because they have a registered account here. RobSZ 15:20, May 4, 2022 (EDT)
Particularly related to UK and British Commonwealth politics and stuff. RobSZ 15:44, May 4, 2022 (EDT)

Trump versus Never-Trumpers is JD Vance versus Josh Mandel for the U.S. Senate in Ohio, ....

I watched President Trump's last rally, where he clearly endorsed "J.D.(or was it J.P.?) Mandell."

So he's for which one? Could someone please clarify for me? ClaudeMcH (talk) 19:23, May 3, 2022 (EDT)

Trump endorsed the good guy. The other is a neo-fascist villain. RobSZ 07:16, May 4, 2022 (EDT)

Leftists/liberals who are "mostly peaceful protestors" may torch buildings and hurt policemen. This time over abortion

In liberal/leftist cities, people who are "mostly peaceful protestors" are going to torch buildings and/or hurt policemen again over abortion - the violence is already starting to happen.[7][8]

More people are going to leave liberal/leftist hellhole cities and move to red states. Small businessmen and corporations are going to think twice before setting up locations in these cities. And business insurance rates are going to go up in these cities.

It is going to make a GOP law and order president more likely to be elected in 2024.

I hope I am wrong about this matter as it really hurts small business owners and it is already difficult to staff many police departments. Conservative (talk) 07:05, May 5, 2022 (EDT)

Ukraine war update

There seems to be blackout from both sides on reporting, other than the usual Western media pap and propaganda. The Russians generally are very tight-lipped about military operations. However, we are getting reports that the Ukrainian military right now, over the past 5 days or so, has been losing about 500 Ukrainian soldiers KIA a day.

This would explain the Western blackout, after all the money and effort put into prolonging the war. Basically, they are at loss to explain the facts on the ground to the Western public - other than John Kirby's crying and weeping from the Pentagon press podium.

Other information available is sketchy, but it appears the West is preparing for a partitioning of Ukraine and setting up a Ukrainian rump state in exhile.

Planned NATO aggression against Transnistria is slated for May 12, or possibly a month delay barring further developments. RobSZ 19:37, May 5, 2022 (EDT)

What's happening in laymen's terms: Javelin missiles only have a range of about 600 meters. The crews typically operate in 3 or 4 man crews on ATVs or pickup trucks. Russian armour has been proceeding along main highways because spring is the rainy season, and farm fields are muddy (in fact, Russia lost more tanks to mud than to Javelins in Feb & Mar near Kyiv). The open fields and wood lands along highways must be cleared first by long range artillery before armour and tanks can proceed. This is what Western media and the Pentagon called "stalled". However, AFU forces are being decimated by artillery, including Thermobaric which suffocates anyone in proximity (remember, the conflict now is basically in the rural Donbas with limited engagements in urban areas). Ukrainian casualties of artillery fire are being suffocated by fuel air explosives and burns, not necessarily a direct hit by shrapnel.
Bottmline: NATO resupply cannot keep up with attrition of forces by Ukraine. What remains are 40-year-old conscripts with little or no training. Rumors say Zelensky and other fascist leaders are preparing their exit, rather than end the senseless slaughter, per commands by Zelensky's NATO bosses. RobSZ 21:30, May 5, 2022 (EDT)
As Napolean, who came from the ranks artillerymen said, ''Give 'em a wiff of grapeshot'. That stupid American merc who says, 'Ah, we're getting lambasted right now', doesn't realize getting shelled means they know where you are, you ain't walking away, and there's no help coming. RobSZ 02:51, May 6, 2022 (EDT) This guy wasn't so lucky. RobSZ 05:06, May 7, 2022 (EDT)

News Feed

I feel the need to raise an objection to the slant of stories popping up on the Main Page's News Feed recently. Besides favoring Russia over Ukraine 100% of the time--whole different can of worms there--the latest headline regarding Dr. Oz and Trump's Pennsylvania rally misconstrues a lot of what's going on here. It's no secret that Oz is not, or at least historically has not been, a conservative; he has espoused pro-choice positions in the past, supported red flag laws on gun control, and expressed support for pro-LGBT policies, including (if memory serves) the "transing" of adolescents. What he believes in now, or why Trump decided to endorse him, I do not know; but the point is, there are plenty of very legitimate reasons for conservatives to oppose his run for the Senate, and for this site's news headline to call those booing him at the rally "Never-Trumpers" is misleading at best. Teakin88 (talk) 10:20, May 7, 2022 (EDT)

It's not 'Ukraine v. Russia'; it's You v. Russia. If not for you, the American taxpayer, Ukraine would not be in this fight. RobSZ 11:48, May 7, 2022 (EDT)
Okay, whatever. That doesn't really explain anything about Dr. Oz. Teakin88 (talk) 16:43, May 7, 2022 (EDT)
I don't mean to open a debate on any of these issues, cause I'm presently too involved in the global war on fascism. However, times change, people change. For example, it is the feminist movement right now leading the fight against the war on girls' sports and transgenders' in women's prisons. While conservatives give lip service to these issues, they are doing nothing to make peace with an obvious ally in that fight.
Donald Trump himself was accused of once giving lip service to abortion, etc. I don't know the background or the outcome on those issues. The Apostle Paul once murdered Christians. People can change. And conservative doesn't mean being a stick in the mud. Conservativism is active and dynamic in its policy prescriptions for a changing world, without being compromising on it core principles. RobSZ 17:29, May 7, 2022 (EDT)
That's fine and all, and I'm open to the idea that maybe Dr. Oz has changed in his positions as well (though I don't see any hard evidence of that). But the people currently objecting to his candidacy are objecting to it because they consider him just another liberal, and not an ally in any meaningful way. Conservapedia shouldn't be confusing the issue by calling them Never-Trumpers without due cause. Besides, if our movement is as "active and dynamic" as you say (and it is), we should be able to accept differences of opinion on who the best candidate is without calling each other names. Teakin88 (talk) 10:47, May 8, 2022 (EDT)
Good point; however NeverTrumper is not hardly a pejorative given it's the name they gave themselves (calling attention to that is just information sharing). NeverTrumper is cleaner than the term I personally would use - neo-fascist. RobSZ 02:50, May 10, 2022 (EDT)

Kathy Boudin, RIP

Kathy Boudin, Weather Underground member and convicted murder, has died at 78. She got her start in politics as a college student when she protested the working conditions of maids at her school. The maids were all fired. In 1970, she fled naked from a terrorist bomb making site in Greenwich Village. In 1971, she bombed the U.S. Capitol. In 1981, she participated in a Brinks truck robbery that killed three people. She is the mother of the notorious San Francisco prosecutor Chesa Boudin. See "Kathy Boudin’s Delusions Did Not Die With Her." PeterKa (talk) 17:10, May 7, 2022 (EDT)

She is the mother of San Fransisco DA Chesa Boudin (named after convicted cop-killer Joanne Chesimard, the spiritual guru of Black Lives Matter founders Patrisse Cullors and Alicia Garza) and successor of Kamala Harris. RobSZ 17:16, May 7, 2022 (EDT)
Incidentally, in another perfectly useless bit of trivia, Diana Oughton who got blown up in the Greenwich Village bomb factory, was Bill Ayers first love. After he more less helped her get killed, he hooked up or got stuck with Bernardine Dohrn (at minimum, we can say Ayers was hetero-normative). The rest, including Barack & Michelle Obama, is history. RobSZ 02:03, May 8, 2022 (EDT)

The popular vote and Northern Ireland

Sinn Féin, once the political wing of the terrorist IRA, has won the popular vote in Northern Ireland. So how popular are they, exactly? They got twenty-nine whole percent of the vote! They will get 27 of the 90 seats in Northern Irish parliament compared to 25 for the Democratic Unionist Party, 17 for the Alliance Party (allied with Britain's Liberal Democrats), and nine seats for the Ulster Unionists. So the two unionist parties, both aligned with Britain's Conservatives, together got 34 seats. All in all, the election is a great illustration of what a useless and undemocratic concept "popular vote" actually is. PeterKa (talk) 11:34, May 8, 2022 (EDT)

Well, let's not hide the fact that a clean election can be a reflection of the public sentiment. Just as Sinn Fein is the political wing of the IRA, Svoboda is the political wing of Azov Battalion. Only in Northern Island, the winning coalition hasn't banned all opposition yet and arrest opposition lawmakers. RobSZ 03:05, May 10, 2022 (EDT)

Sinn Féin is also the most popular single party in the republic now. In the polls, it gets 34 percent support compared to 21 percent for Fianna Gael and 17 percent for Fianna Fáil.[9] The current government in Dublin is a coalition of FG and FF. PeterKa (talk) 10:23, May 11, 2022 (EDT)

Dr. Steve Turley nails it

This is not the waning world of Western dominated globalism, and I fear that so many of our leaders in DC and Brussels are basically living in the past, thinking that the old rules forged in a dying globalist world where there's a one-size-fits-all protocol to everything continue to apply. This new, highly dynamic diverse post-globalist world the Harvard scholar Sam Huntington I think said it best. To paraphrase him: 'when you see these diverse re-territorializing dynamics converge into a conflict, it's best to stay out of it, and ain't nothing good gonna come from it' and it will only serve to suck up the whole world into one massive explosive conflict. And I most certainly hope that at some point the adults in DC and the bullies in Brussels are going to come to their senses and figure that out. Stay out, because as we're seeing in Transnistria such political miscalculations could have some very real, and very potentially detrimental consequences." [10]

RobSZ 14:03, May 10, 2022 (EDT)

Pro-abortion thugs are financed by Ford Foundation, Soros

Here's a great article from Frontpage Mag that belongs on MPR: "Who’s Paying Protesters to Harass Justices and Churches?" The protests at churches and at the homes of Supreme Court justices are being financed and organized by a group called "Ruth Sent Us." This group is a front for Open Collective. Open Collective got $605,000 from the Ford Foundation, $100,000 from George Soros's Open Society Foundation, and $50,000 from leftist Persian billionaire Pierre Omidyar. Somebody needs to sue the donors for whatever damages their rent-a-thugs are responsible for. What's more, the tax exempt status of these groups should be revoked. To harass judges while they are deciding a case is an attack on the rule of law. See "Protesting at justices’ homes is illegal. What is Biden doing about it?"

Americans of both parties overwhelming oppose protesting at Supreme Court justices homes, which violates both U.S. and Virginia law. This is not the way democracy is supposed to work. Who is Biden doing this for? PeterKa (talk) 13:09, May 11, 2022 (EDT)

US Congress vote for waste 40 billion dollar for Ukraine war, Only 57 Republicans vote against it

The House on Tuesday night voted 368-57 to pass nearly $40 billion in additional to Ukraine. All Democrats vote in favor for it including hypocrites like AOC, also 129 RINO and Establishment Republicans vote for it. Only 57 Republicans vote against it. --Alex Kosh (talk) 17:03, May 11, 2022 (EDT)

House passes nearly $40 billion in aid for Ukraine and sends package to the Senate

The Republicans who vote against it: Jodey Arrington, Louie Gohmert, Jody Hice, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Thomas Massie, Beth Van Duyne, Jim Jordan, Debbie Lesko, Chip Roy, Byron Donalds, Kat Cammack, Matt Gaetz, Paul Gosar, Madison Cawthorn, Gus Bilirakis, Andy Biggs, Dan Bishop, Jim Banks, Lauren Boebert, Tim Burchett, Brian Babin, Russ Fulcher, Warren Davidson, Scott DesJarlais, Ken Buck, Andrew Clyde, Michael Cloud, Jeff Duncan, Ron Estes, Bob Gibbs, Bob Good , Garret Graves, Yvette Herrell, Ronny Jackson, Bill Huizenga, Vicky Hartzler, Billy Long, Diana Harshbarger, Kevin Hern, Mike Johnson, Tracey Mann, Brian Mast , Troy Nehls, Mary Miller, Barry Moore , Ralph Norman, Scott Perry, John Rose, Matt Rosendale, Pete Sessions, Jeff Van Drew, Tom Tiffany, Bruce Westerman, Roger Williams --Alex Kosh (talk) 17:19, May 11, 2022 (EDT)

Full List of 57 House Republicans Who Voted Against Ukraine Aid --Alex Kosh (talk) 17:20, May 11, 2022 (EDT)

Its pretty clear now representatives like Mo Brooks, Alex Mooney, August Pfluger, Carol Miller, Lee Zeldin, Guy Reschenthaler who vote for it, are turning to be establishment tools --Alex Kosh (talk) 17:23, May 11, 2022 (EDT)

The Ukraine military is collapsing as we speak, and the Maidan regime as well, so the US is rushing NATO Romanian troops to Odessa to try to salvage what's left of the corpse of the former Ukrainian state. RobSZ 21:04, May 11, 2022 (EDT)
Don't get me wrong - Zelensky and klan have their safety parachutes, with bank accounts, US & UK passports and citizenship, and villas in Switzerland and Florida. No wonder they do not care for the lives of Ukrainian soldiers being fed into the meat grinder. Pay close attention as the regime collapses, we'll soon see if Zelensky's collection of high-heal shoes rivals Imelda Marcos. The US State Department-appointed cabinet is looting the country in the same way the Shaw of Iran and Hunter Biden did. The OdeSSa ratlines are famous - it's how Eichmann escaped to Argentina. RobSZ 22:46, May 11, 2022 (EDT)
American/NATO howitzers are starting to arrive in Ukraine. That would make Russia's efforts in Ukraine tougher. The Russian military isn't that good to begin with due to corruption, bad leadership, poor troop morale and much of its military technology and fighter pilot skills being inferior to the West.
It is estimated that Biden's large coronavirus pandemic rescue plan increased inflation by about 3% over what the Europeans experienced.[11] Also, Biden's anti USA oil/gas drilling also increased inflation (The oil embargo during Jimmy Carter's years greatly increased inflation). About 7 out of 10 USA recessions were preceded by high gas prices so we could be looking at bad stagflation soon.
Since spending money on Ukraine's military is inflationary for Americans, the question is, how generous will Americans be towards Ukraine during a time of stagflation? And during a time that Latin Americans and others are pouring across the USA southern border during a time of stagflation?
Putin is counting on American support of Ukraine to wane. I know that eventually USA support of South Vietnam waned. The same happened as far as the USA military being used to support Afghani feminism/democracy/gay rights. The USA is losing its appetite to be the world's policemen and supporters of American liberalism. Americans are war weary. Conservative (talk) 10:45, May 12, 2022 (EDT)
Donald Trump Jr. is against spending money on Ukraine due to its corruption and HERE is a video on Biden or a Democrats chance of being elected in 2024.
I know the John Durham probe of the Trump-Russian-collusion hoax of Hillary is moving forward so that is going to put a dent in American anti-Putin sentiment.
It was Ukrainian collusion. The DNC colluded with Ukraine to stir up anti-Putin sentiment and drive America to war with Russia. Ukraine, not Russia, interfered in the 2016 elections. And when Trump-Russia failed, the overall objective of support for Ukraine and to drive America to war with Russia remained in Trump's impeachment (the impeachment was not a bunch of trumed up charges - it was a continuation of the same objective to get rid of Trump so the Russia-Ukraine war could go forward. Lindsey Graham told the Azov Battalion, "2017 will be the year of offense", but Trump killed the idea, in the end only delaying it 4 years until after Biden abruptly pulled out of Afghanistan.) RobSZ 16:43, May 12, 2022 (EDT)
Nellie Ohr received directly anti-Trump dirt from a Ukrainian parliamentarian Lukashenko [Correction: should read Ukrainian_collusion#Serhiy_Leshchenko) which she gave to Chrisotpher Steele and was added to the Steele dossier. RobSZ 16:58, May 12, 2022 (EDT)
Alexandra Chalupa, while on the DNC payroll, received directly from the Ukrainian government embassy in Washington anti-Manafort dirt.
Eric Ciaramella, the impeachment "whistleblower", told Ukrainian law enforcement and prosecutors in a January 2016 White House meeting to back off Hunter Biden and go after Manafort.
Alexander Vindman, a Ukrainian, illegally leaked Trump's phone call with Zelensky to Ciaramella, who took it to Adam Schiff and received whistleblower status.
Crowdstrike, a Ukrainian company, told the FBI that Russia hacked the DNC, when in fact it was an inside leak. The FBI never investigated to verify the claim. RobSZ 17:04, May 12, 2022 (EDT)
It really comes down to who is willing to endure more pain over the next 1-5 years. Is it going to be the USA/West/Ukraine or Putin/Russians? Conservative (talk) 11:15, May 12, 2022 (EDT)
Still reading MSM propaganda, huh? Haven't you heard? there is no Ukrainian railways left to transport Howitzers. Here's where your tax dollars are going to supply weapons and ammunition (the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th explosions are the munitions going off). The Russians thank Biden for sending them so many Javelins and Hummers, next will be the Howitzer. The Ukies go through a weeks worth of ammo in an afternoon (even the MSM has reported that). The Pentagon says it'll take a year to replace the Javelins they already gave to Ukraine and Russia.
Biden pledges 190,000 artillery shells; the Russians right now are using 400,000-600,000 artillery shells daily (that's 190,000 for breakfast). Face facts: your government is living in dreamland, and the MSM just regurgitates their tripe. Ukraine battlefield commanders are deserting their men on the front. Most of the Ukraine's effective fighting forces have already been killed, captured, or deserted. They're losing 500 a day the past week. Conscripts that remain on the front have two days training. The Ukrainian Army is collapsing right now. Poland is about to invade from the west (don't fall for the "peacekeeping" cover story). Ukraine is being partitioned right now, which means the Zelensky regime is collapsing. But yah, sure, MSM doesn't want to report it.
What portion of the $40 billion actually makes it to Ukraine (after Hunter Biden and other scammers get their cut) to the battlefield goes to the Polish occupation or annexation of Lviv; the rest goes into ragtag neo-Nazi insurgency groups after the complete collapse of the Armed Force of Ukraine and partitioning. RobSZ 11:21, May 12, 2022 (EDT)
The Russians are winning some ground and battles. See: The TRUTH About Ukraine Is Starting to Come Out. Conservative (talk) 22:13, May 12, 2022 (EDT)
I had a two hour DM conversation with Dr. Turley yesterday. RobSZ 16:21, May 12, 2022 (EDT)
During peace negotiations related to the Vietnam War an American military leader said to a North Vietnam colonel: "You never beat us on the battlefield". The North Vietmanese colonel replied, "That's true, but it's also irrelevant."[12] America could not stomach being in a marathon jungle war in Vietnam. War is a means to an end which is always political in nature. Putin has more at stake than America in this conflict. And this war could wind up being a marathon. That is Putin's advantage. It is tough to predict if Putin is going to be able to keep the land he gained in this latest conflict. Conservative (talk) 14:45, May 12, 2022 (EDT)
War is a means to an end which is always political in nature.
That's what the textbooks say, but what was the political aim and end after 20 years in Afghanistan? 10 years in Vietnam? 8 years in Iraq? Making Raytheon stockholders rich and keeping Raytheon money and jobs in certain congressional districts isn't really a political objective of war. RobSZ 17:50, May 12, 2022 (EDT)
Illustration of Ukrainian tactics, illegally turning residential compounds into legitimate military targets, presented to the UN Security Council, May 6, 2022.[1]
The political aim was to prop up dying liberal hegemy in the world so the Afghani feminists and gay rights activists could radically transform their Islamic nation. And so the Middle East would be transformed into bastions of liberal democracies. It didn't work out so well though. Oh, well. They tried. That's the important thing! Conservative (talk) 22:02, May 12, 2022 (EDT)
From a strategic point of view, Ukraine is not of vital strategic interest to the USA and it is a corrupt country with some authoritarian traits. Ukraine is not a democracy in a Western democracy sense of the word. Europe is in decline and will continue to be in decline. From a strategic point of view, America should want to pivot to Asia. So I doubt Donald "America first" Trump will want to send vast amounts of money and military aid to Ukraine if he wins in 2024 which seems likely.
Some main reasons why America is sending huge amounts of military aid to Ukraine is: Many Democrats hate Putin because they believe in Trump-Russia-collusion hype and they hate Putin's and Russia's anti-gay sentiments; many Republicans still have anti-Russian sentiments due to post Cold War anti-Russia sentiments, Russia's shelling of civilians and people generally root for an underdog and Ukraine is the underdog. In addition, the USA may want to soften Russia up so it will not attack NATO countries such as Poland. Conservative (talk) 15:17, May 12, 2022 (EDT)
Ukraine has been shelling civilians for 8 years since Obama's Maidan coup; that point is moot in this discussion. It is illegal to place combatants in civilian residential areas and among civilian infrastructure (schools, hospitals, shopping malls, etc.), per international treaties and conventions. It makes the civilian area a legitimate military target. The United States trained the AFU to do precisely this. Again, you have been propagandized. RobSZ 15:39, May 12, 2022 (EDT)

Ukraine is a flat land filled with lots of open fields like wheat fields. It was inevitable that a "Stalingrad/city" strategy would be used by Ukrainians. Conservative (talk) 15:54, May 12, 2022 (EDT)

Footnote: In a quirk of history, the Soviet Union built bomb shelters in all housing projects and industrial facilities from the 1950s on - enough to house the entire civilian population of USSR. By contrast, the US did nothing. The question is just as legitimate now as it was when the Soviets asked it 60 and 70 years ago - Who is more concerned about the lives of their people, the West or the Russians? The survivors of Mariupol and other cities who have been under attack by their own government for 8 years have a debt of gratitude to Khrushchev & Brezhnev, and they know that. Had what happened in Mariupol happen in the US or Western Europe, there wouldn't be a cat or dog alive - and that without the use of nuclear weapons.
No, nuclear weapons did not make conventional war obsolete; in fact, it made the reliance on, and likelihood of conventional war more probable and realistic. Only ideological dreamers who created the UN thought they could "outlaw" war. RobSZ 15:57, May 12, 2022 (EDT)
And the civilians who were killed in Mariupol and other cites, who stepped outside the bunkers and attempted to flee through humanitarian corridors, were killed by Ukrainian snipers. RobSZ 16:05, May 12, 2022 (EDT)
And the reason they were killed is because of racism - Mariupol is predominantly Russian. The Zelensky regime doesn't care for the lives of Ukrainian civilians either - you think a dime of that $40 billion goes to the people in need? RobSZ 16:08, May 12, 2022 (EDT)
Just watch. You will see the Red Cross and other relief agencies still begging for money in coming weeks and months. RobSZ 16:10, May 12, 2022 (EDT)

Africa has more than its share of trouble spots. Most wars in the world rage south of the Sahara.[13] Sudan: "During the second of these wars, from 1983 to 2005, the Sudanese government attempted to fashion the country as a Muslim state, stoking a response from the predominantly Christian south. The resulting fighting saw around 2 million people killed."[14] Where were the Americans howitzers for the South Sudanese Christians being attacked by Muslims? [15] They must have gotten lost in the mail. Conservative (talk) 21:42, May 12, 2022 (EDT)

RobS, maybe I should point out that the American Communist party is if anything repeating Putin talking points and have you consider, at the very least, NOT backing a communist like Putin. And for the record, my sources are definitely very conservative, including The New American, Counting Stars, JR Nyquist, Diana West, and Trevor Loudon, not to mention the late Ion Mihai Pacepa. For goodness sakes, even America First is siding with the Ukrainians, and that was obviously pro-Trump (and there's also video footage of Trump if anything calling OUT the Western Europeans for becoming dependent on Russia). And BTW, I intended to mention this earlier, but a VPN got in the way, Russia also was aiding ACTUAL Nazis, and in fact, the Nazi guy who took control of a town in Ukraine was actually on Putin's Payroll. Just admit it, you're a communist plant. You'd have to be if you are still siding with Russia despite them not even HIDING their intention of restoring the USSR by blatantly advertizing it via flying the Soviet flag on their tanks. Pokeria1 (talk) 10:26, May 14, 2022 (EDT)
Vlasovites don't have the political pull on Russia that Banderites have in Ukraine, nor are they supported by NATO. If they've been contained by the Putin regime to head off being compromised by the idiots running NATO, it just shows the ignorance of the West. RobSZ 12:30, May 14, 2022 (EDT)
Incidentally, you may be on to something. Apparently, an SBU unit involved in the Bucha massacre is lead by a Russian neo-nazi, Sergei Korotkikh, aka “Botsman” and his "Botsman Boys". Botsman is the guy who uploaded the video telling his unit that it was okay to shoot Ukrainian civilians with the white arm patch in Bucha on April 2, 2022, as well as the upload suggesting Gonzalo Lira may have already been executed by SBU. RobSZ 17:54, May 21, 2022 (EDT)

Do you really think I give a darn about NATO? They helped build up Putin by agreeing to his pipeline and funding it, so as far as I'm concerned, NATO's allied with Putin long before the mess in Ukraine, and thus deserves contempt. What I care about is ending Communism, period. And if Putin is a communist, he needs to die and have ALL the Communists in Russia die with him. Pokeria1 (talk) 14:03, May 14, 2022 (EDT)
Hey, this ain't Facebook. We don't condone hate speech. RobSZ 14:21, May 14, 2022 (EDT)
On the whole, now that Russia has attacked Ukraine (After the West baited the Russian bear), NATO is good right now. The USA does a lot of trade with Europe. And it's easier to sell stuff to Europeans than to broke, drunk Russians whose leader has robbed them of a lot of their wealth. And NATO helped Americans defray some of the cost of the Afghanistan boondoggle. Conservative (talk) 15:36, May 14, 2022 (EDT)
World War III is about the stupidest thing any rational person can contemplate. And FYI, those drunk Russians consider themselves in the Second Great Patriotic War, or WWIII right now (only the MSM & CIA won't let you know that).
The decision to launch a nuke, Putin has said, has already been made. It's just a matter for the blind leaders of the West to stumble across that red line. There will be no second thoughts or second guessing on the Russian side.
I mean, how stupid can the West be? Lloyd Austin calls for weakening Russia a week ago, and asks for a ceasefire today so the US can can gain time in its three year race to build hypersonics. The war began because the Russians have the edge right now. That would be like Japan asking for a ceasefire in 1945 so it could have time to build its own nuke. RobSZ 15:45, May 14, 2022 (EDT)

Unless it is accidental, Putin is not going to launch a nuke unless it is in response to a NATO nuke. He's obviously bluffing. Donald Trump wasn't afraid to stand up to Putin, but he didn't want to needlessly provoke him either. Trump said this about Putin bluffing about nukes. Conservative (talk) 21:30, May 14, 2022 (EDT)

There you go again, translating idioms you are familiar with into being universal and applied to other systems and cultures. Unlike the US, Putin does not have final say or authority in launching a nuke - despite the propaganda and crap you've seen and read in US movies and media for more than half a century. It is a different system, and different culture. And no UN, European Union, or any other globalist scheme can impose on the Russian government how it is to be organized and structured. But those same propaganda ministers can impose, on you and the collective consciousness of America and the West, ideas and concepts that you imagine to be true facts. RobSZ 21:40, May 14, 2022 (EDT)
Let me give two simple examples, maybe three: in Ukraine, Zelensky is not the commander-in-chief. He only runs the bankrupt civilian civil service which now is supported by the U.S. taxpayer, less civil servants in territories not under Ukraine's control (although the budget figures they use probably pre-date the war). In China, Xi Jinping holds the title of Chairman of the Central Military Commission (equivalent to c-o-c), but he didn't hold it for his first year as President & General Secretary, and some of his biggest rivals are within the PLA. Other past General Secretaries didn't hold the position of Commander-in-Chief.
In the U.S., by constitutional law, the President is Commander-in-Chief, so most Americans naively believe that's the case of all "presidents" of all nations throughout the world.
In Pakistan, Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, who was democratically elected President, did not know who had their fingers on Pakistan's nuclear button after she got elected until the CIA told her. This essentially means the position of "President" in Pakistan is akin to being Secretary of Health and Human Services in the US, or a Secretary of Children, Youth, & Family Services in a U.S. state. RobSZ 05:28, May 19, 2022 (EDT)
The Finnish are smart to want to join NATO - especially after they were attacked by the Soviets previously. Conservative (talk) 21:33, May 14, 2022 (EDT)
Duh, the Finns were Nazi allies who starved 1.2 Leningrad civilians to death (and Putin's family, incidentally, were among them). RobSZ 21:40, May 14, 2022 (EDT)

Excerpted from the review:

"Putin’s brother succumbed to diphtheria, and his parents didn’t even know where he was buried. It was only several years later that they learned the boy was interred at Piskarevskoye Cemetery, which became the final resting place for over 500,000 people in the years of the Siege ­– both soldiers fallen in battle and civilians who died of disease and starvation....

"Vladimir Putin relates that his father had six brothers and five of them died in the war. Some of his mother’s relatives were also killed in the conflict. At the same time, he emphasized that his parents had no hatred for the German soldiers. “How can anyone hate those soldiers? They were ordinary people and they also died in battle. (...) They are laborers, just like us. They were sent to the front too,” his mother told him.

And this is the leader who serves as an example to all families in Russia who lost 27 million lives to the Nazis. Putin and most Russians have no hatred for the Ukrainian Banderites or Finns who murdered their family members. In Russia, fascism and Nazism is seen as a disease arising from the West that they must be ever vigilant against - without becoming the mindless hatemongers the West and America produces. RobSZ 22:05, May 14, 2022 (EDT)

You see this same sentiment in the famous 1985 film montage - near the end of the Soviet Union - where the kid stops short of killing baby Hitler - else he'd be just like the Nazis. RobSZ 22:20, May 14, 2022 (EDT)

Here's the full montage. The film and montage is almost the final statement of the dying Soviet Union just before the Fall of the Wall in 1986 aimed at reconciliation. The Russians still will never forget. They are almost "superhuman" in their ability to contain their hatred, and forgive those who have committed criminal acts against them. The recent treatment of Russians on Victory Day, and the perverse statements coming from Zelensky and other so-called "experts" is beyond sickening, if not (to me) criminal.

So now here in the US we are breeding, at taxpayer expense with the support of media and culture, a new generation of Nazis. As my man says here, "These are where the battlelines are. Figure out which side you want to be on." RobSZ 18:29, May 15, 2022 (EDT)


North Carolina Senate run

North Carolina Senate candidate Mark Walker slammed fake America first candidate Ted Budd for voting to $40 billion to Ukraine war (here). People of North should vote for Mark Walker, and President Trump should review his endorsement to Budd --Alex Kosh (talk) 22:08, May 12, 2022 (EDT)

Just in, president Trump slammed who vote for $40 billion aid to Ukraine: Trump: $40B to Ukraine?! Europe Should 'Pay Their Fair Share' --Alex Kosh (talk) 23:42, May 12, 2022 (EDT)

Ukrainian/Russia war: Proxy WWI 2.0

It brings me no joy in saying this, but I think the Ukrainian/West vs. Russia proxy war will be a long war using trench warfare and artillery.

Please see: Investigation: How is the Ukraine war redefining future conflict?.

Putin knows that external threats increases internal solidarity, so he will use internal Russian propaganda about the war to stay in power.

Recently, the Russian fertility rate was 1.50 births per woman (2019). Recently, the Urkrainian fertility rate was 1.23 births per woman (2019).

So both sides should have done everything possible to avoid a long war using artillery, but never underestimate the stubborness and foolishness of mankind.

WWI lasted about 4 years. Conservative (talk) 08:33, May 14, 2022 (EDT)

The Ukraine/West vs. Russia War may not have a very long shelflife. See: Ukraine Fatigue Is on the Rise and Some worry about conflict fatigue when it comes to sympathy for Ukraine. And from the UK there is Ukraine: There is fatigue appearing in the interest people have in the crisis says Elisabeth Braw. I thought it would take a longer time for Ukraine fatigue to set in. It set in earlier than I thought due to: all the fiascos that the Biden administration is not handling on the domestic front; all the problems related to the pandemic and high gas/oil prices. Conservative (talk) 09:19, May 14, 2022 (EDT)
Oh, people are tiring of the future of civilization already? Interesting. Looks like China wins. RobSZ 13:27, May 14, 2022 (EDT)
Sure, I understand. Being on suicide watch for the death of the West is fatiguing. I know, I've been on it a long time. RobSZ 13:28, May 14, 2022 (EDT)
Where's Col. Trautman when you need him? RobSZ 20:31, May 14, 2022 (EDT)

Ultra-MAGA: How do they come up with this stuff?

I feel more extreme already: "Anita Dunn and the White House spent six months coming up with 'ultra MAGA'." Dunn is one of nineteen White House staffers who has a revolving door arrangement with lobbying firm SKDK, so this idea comes to us from the corrupt center of establishment Washington. PeterKa (talk) 10:56, May 15, 2022 (EDT)

They are preaching to a choir which becomes ever more smaller by the day.
How do you explain GOP support for Ukrainian fascism other than to "Keep America Great"? RobSZ 19:07, May 15, 2022 (EDT)

Buffalo shooter, mainstream Republican and white supremacist?

The Buffalo shooter is a white supremacist, anti-Semite, and a mainstream Republican, according to Rolling Stone. Is this really a thing? I have the sense that liberal journalists don't actually know any mainstream Republicans. In all my years of reading the news, I never seen a report in the liberal media that labels a criminal as a "mainstream Democrat." PeterKa (talk) 23:03, May 15, 2022 (EDT)

He was an Azov Battalion groupie. [16] What did you expect the Western/Ukrainian propaganda apparatus to produce? RobSZ 23:26, May 15, 2022 (EDT)
"The bleating of an entirely owned and subservient media does not make one word of the lies being told true. Serving up sh*t as wild honey is their specialty, pronouncing it as sweet identifies those who do it as idiots." [17] RobSZ 23:33, May 15, 2022 (EDT)
This is the type of insanity and ignorance we ae fighting. I just received this response about Stepan Bandera on a message board:
Banderas was imprisoned by the Nazis, he died in 1959. NAZIs and Russia were allies for over fifteen years. There is some NAZI sentiment throughout the world. Some people like strong virle leaders who can focus their hate. Fire them up. Make them tough."
RobSZ 00:01, May 16, 2022 (EDT)
Manifesto. RobSZ 13:40, May 16, 2022 (EDT)
The names of all the Waukesha Christmas parade massacre victims were on the gun, as well as Jesse Rivera, the Hispanic cop killed in New York. [18] A black extremist serial killer motivated a white extremist serial killer, evidently. IOWs, all forms of extremism need to be addressed, whether it's the ideology of the Nation of Islam or the ideology of the Azov Battalion. Both get kid glove treatment by the MSM.
This is the second mass shooter identified using the US taxpayer-supported Azov Battalion black sun logo. The first was the New Zealand mosque shooting killer. RobSZ 13:59, May 16, 2022 (EDT)
I don't know what the Buffalo shooter's politics are and I really don't care. Plenty of criminals of have left-of-center politics. Maybe someone should sponsor a study that coorrelates politics and crime. The media's focus on this guy's politics is intentionally misleading. PeterKa (talk) 21:00, May 16, 2022 (EDT)
"On the political compass I fall in the mild-moderate authoritarian left category, and I would prefer to be called a populist," (Pg 9, Manifesto).
But there is more there about the communist and socialist views he held or once held. Must've took the Political Compass test. Once again, he looks like the typical run-of-the-mill idiot you run into these days who is more interested in labels rather than ideas. RobSZ 00:38, May 17, 2022 (EDT)
I personally would call him 'mainstream', given his undying support for the Ukrainian Nazis. RobSZ 00:41, May 17, 2022 (EDT)
Is another buffalo coming?
The left is never embarrassed to learn that terrorists share their values. The Discovery channel ran a miniseries that praised the Unibomber's manifesto: "What the manifesto has to say about our relationship with technology and with society is more true right now than it was when Ted published it.”[19] I'm just going say it: Unless the administration closes the border, there will be more Buffalos.

According to Tucker Carlson, the gunman was a mental patient with incoherent political views. He accused Fox New of being part a global conspiracy against him. In reaction to Buffalo, the Dems are calling for restrictions on "hate speech." Carlson shows one prominent Democrat after another claiming that the First Amendment doesn't protect "hate speech." This would be the end of democracy. For a Dem, hate speech is any political opinion that they don't like. PeterKa (talk) 10:53, May 17, 2022 (EDT)

Don't worry about the mainstream media (MSM). Trust in the media is at its second lowest ebb.[20] One legacy of the Trump presidency is less trust in the media. He really took a baseball bat to trust in the media. Fake news! Conservative (talk) 20:01, May 17, 2022 (EDT)
  • The Buffalo shooter picked up his politics from "the Internet," meaning 4chan. He modeled the attack on one that occurred at a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, in 2019.[21] There is no mention of Tucker Carlson in his manifesto. As for Fox News, he complains that they hire too many Jews. The liberal media is updating the lies they developed for the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing, with Carlson as today's Rush Limbaugh. PeterKa (talk) 03:30, May 18, 2022 (EDT)
So far, this incident and Roe revisited, are suppose to be the sparks to ignite the traditional summer riots as a prelude to fall elections. The meaning of this is, Democrats are guilty of exactly what they accuse the GOP and GOP voters of - they depend on and need angry people motivated to vote.
You will recall, the mantra 'Love Trump's Hate' was quickly drowned out in 2016. RobSZ 03:45, May 18, 2022 (EDT)
The problem is, Darrell Brooks in Waukesha didn't use a gun - he followed the Islamic fatwa issued by the ISIS mufti who said use a car to mow down 62 people. Now, if a serial killer went on shooting spree to protest gun violence, we might have something we could work with. RobSZ 03:51, May 18, 2022 (EDT)
As usual, Ann Coulter has a fantastic take: "First of all, journalists need to understand that [Great Replacement Theory] is only a theory taught in advanced law school seminars. It is not something designed for indoctrination of mass audiences of young people." :-) As Coulter shows, the idea that illegal immigration is all about displacing native-born American citizens and changing voting patterns is so widely accepted that it can't really be considered controversial, never mind extremist. Yet for the liberal media, this "theory" is Exhibit A when it come to making the case that Republicans are a bunch of crazy extremists. PeterKa (talk) 11:12, May 20, 2022 (EDT)

Propaganda update

With the surrender at Azovstal - in defiance of Zelensky and the General Staff's orders - what we are seeing is the collapse of the AFU command structure, i.e. the collapse of the Ukrainian military. Word is spreading across the front. It may take weeks or months (because of all the money pumped in by you, the taxpayer), but troops facing imminent demise don't know who to take orders from now. Eventually, only the most hardened deadenders and Russophobic racists will hold out. RobSZ 13:50, May 17, 2022 (EDT)

At Stalingrad, the leftist-controlled Red Army forced German POWs to dig up the graves of German soldiers who were individually buried with markers, and throw them all into a mass grave. The Russian Federation now requires the The Gulag Archipelago as required reading in high schools (as our article notes), so we have a generation of Russians raised on a true understanding of "democracy" and human rights, unlike the West which has fallen into degeneracy and barbarism, and has adopted the fighting tactics of terrorists, like using civilians as human shields. RobSZ 19:36, May 18, 2022 (EDT)
Democracy and human rights you say. Any genuine political opponent to Putin is charged and jailed on jumped up charges and if Russians practice free speech they face 15 years in prison. How is this democracy and human rights?--Chewy Suarez (talk) 20:04, May 18, 2022 (EDT)
I wouldn't know. I don't follow Western propaganda and CIA misinformation directly. RobSZ 20:24, May 18, 2022 (EDT)
Your posts suggest differently, you seem to be "an authority" on the subject. Here is an example of free speech in The USA and free speech in Russia. In The USA you can spiel near treasonous material on a wiki without fear of prosecution. In Russia if you dare call The Ukrainian Invasion a war you can get thrown in jail. That is not western propaganda that is from the horse's mouth. Putin made a law against it and has not tried to hide the fact.--Chewy Suarez (talk) 21:20, May 18, 2022 (EDT)
Tell that to the free speech advocates at Capitol Hill on J6. It's so much easier to debunk CIA garbage, like the courageous Nazi's defending Kharkiv with paintball guns or the Butcher of Belgrade playing video games on Twitter. RobSZ 21:34, May 18, 2022 (EDT)
You're being quite naive about this; Democrat Leader Steny Hoyer can read into the Congressional Record, "We are at war" on the floor of the House of Representatives, and most Americans would find a stranger farting at a bus stop more frightening. Whereas in Russia, saying "We are at war" is like shouting "Fire!" in a crowded theater. Culture and idiom play a part in determining what is free speech and human rights. RobSZ 22:04, May 18, 2022 (EDT)
Which free speech advocates are you talking about: The ones in body armor carrying plasticuffs? The ones rioting and hitting police with fire extinguishers or perhaps the free speech advocates who erected a gallows with the intention to murder the then Vice President for doing his constitutional duty?--Chewy Suarez (talk) 02:25, May 19, 2022 (EDT)
The 400+ innocent political prisoners of the Biden junta in the DC gulag. Of the 80 persons that Comrade Vyshinsky Garland alleges are dangerous, we'd have to delineate between FBI provocateurs and add in unindicted FBI co-conspirators. RobSZ 03:20, May 19, 2022 (EDT)
A junta is a government run by a committee of military officers none of whom were elected. None of Biden's top officials are military officers and he himself is elected. You do not even know the meaning of the words you accuse people of be it junta, fascist or Nazi.--Chewy Suarez (talk) 12:12, May 19, 2022 (EDT)
That's your bigoted Angelo understanding of "junta", probably created by Western media during the Cold War. RobSZ 13:11, May 19, 2022 (EDT)
And to be "elected", in United States it used to mean "one person, one vote". RobSZ 13:14, May 19, 2022 (EDT)
Incidentally, we may have evidence Azov Battalion members were present on Capitol Hill on January 6. Developing. RobSZ 13:27, May 19, 2022 (EDT)
As opposed to the RobSmith definition of Junta/fascist/Nazi which he uses to justify his views no matter that nobody else anywhere defines them as such. You suggested I was pro Nazi because I was AGAINST a hostile army invading a sovereign nation and murdering it's citizens. As for one person one vote, Clinton and Biden polled more votes than Trump in 2016 and 2020 respectively. I have not seen the evidence of AZOV but I have seen overwhelming evidence of Proud Boys being present including it's leader.--Chewy Suarez (talk) 13:36, May 19, 2022 (EDT)
Sorry, but (a) Nikita Khrushchev and Vladimir Lenin don't decide what a "sovereign nation" is, despite whatever the Angelo-American alliance thinks. (b) There is no evidence Biden polled more "one person, one vote" in 2020. In fact, the evidence is just the opposite. (c) It's a developing story. [22] RobSZ 18:47, May 19, 2022 (EDT)
Joe Hoft reports, but I've been too pre-occupied with events in Donbas to follow up. It wouldn't be too difficult to connect the dots with other research here in Conservapedia. Methodologically speaking, geopolitical and military aspects take precedence over propaganda and economic aspects, and I'm just one man. I don't have a staff. RobSZ 19:04, May 19, 2022 (EDT)
One more point, you are making it clear you align with neo-fascists, and with every new post you're getting to where you can hardly plead ignorance anymore. You need to rethink some basic moral values in your conscience, and not just slash out at your perceived enemies. RobSZ 19:14, May 19, 2022 (EDT)
I am siding with those whose countrymen are being murdered by your hero Putin. I ask again, how does being against mass murder make me a neo fascist? Someone who supports them is a neo fascist. You are not only siding with them you are one yourself. You are so very stupid Rob, my posts make it obvious who I am but you do not have a scooby do you?--Chewy Suarez (talk) 17:27, May 20, 2022 (EDT)
Do you support the ethnic cleansing in the Donbas sponsored by NATO between 2014 and 2022? RobSZ 21:01, May 20, 2022 (EDT)
Secondly, let's address the specific question you raise. Unlike US law, but rather in line with the UN Charter, the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation has outlawed "wars of aggression" (Article 353). Under the precedent established by the Samantha Power and the Obama administration, the doctrine of R2P (responsibility to protect) has been sanctioned by the UN. So there's two issues here: (1) Putin is not in violation of any international law; and (2) the Duma passed a measure to protect against false, defamatory smears and to sow panic and unrest arising from subversive Western psyops and intelligence agencies. The U.S. has the death penalty for treason ("aid and comfort"), the RF does not. So the RF penalties harldy compare. RobSZ 00:02, May 21, 2022 (EDT)

The question I asked was, Is it a violation of the Geneva Convention to force captured POWs to bury the bodies of the opposing force and/or civilians? RobSZ 20:27, May 18, 2022 (EDT)
  • Statement from Ukrainian 3rd Battalion of the 115th Brigade. I don't know what more you need to know. Front line troops are refusing to fight. Evidently, the Ukrainian people have been kept in the dark by their media (which means here in the US we're just being fed the same garbage coming from the CIA propaganda apparatus in Kyiv). But in Ukraine, the people are hearing by word of mouth and private communications what really is happening. This is why wives and mothers are attacking the military registration offices demanding their loved ones back. RobSZ 02:10, May 19, 2022 (EDT)
The recent video you may have seen of the guys planting a paper mache blue and yellow pole in the middle of nowhere demonstrates AFU command structure (which really is the US & NATO) is without any coherent strategy, as we shall soon see. RobSZ 03:59, May 20, 2022 (EDT)


Yah, right. We're facing WWIII and a baby milk shortage, but Congress's No.1 priority is UFOs. [23] This should be a head's up to any thinking person that not only are we up to our eyeballs in B.S., psyops and disinformation at the moment, there's even a bigger load of it coming. RobSZ 13:40, May 17, 2022 (EDT)

Abiogenesis and macroevolution never happened. Therefore, a naturalistic origin of life/plants/animals never happened on other planets. God did not create intelligent life on other planets. Ergo, UFOs are not ETs.
"And I have other sheep that are not of this fold." (John 10:16) PeterKa (talk) 22:40, May 20, 2022 (EDT)

Paging Captain Cauldron

Any ETA on the Polish invasion of Ukraine, my man? They appear to be running late. ConwayIII (talk) 18:18, May 18, 2022 (EDT)

It hasn't changed. It's set for the 22nd to the 28th, or delayed for a month to June. Given how the CIA-controlled propaganda apparatus is handling NATO's defeat at Stalingrad Mariupol, there's no reason to expect a change in plans as the front shifts to Finland. NATO aggressive actions against Transnistria would likely occur first, before Polish "peacekeepers" arrive. Unfortunately, there won't be any reinforcements available from Donbas.
It should be noted, it looks like a PRC invasion of Taiwan is called off for this year, so that allows Mark Milley, Austin, and Brussels to concentrate on the European Theater. It's the economic war that needs more coverage now, as the self-destructive actions in the West take hold. We'll see how courageous and loyal the greenie-weenie soldiers are as gas hits $6 a gal as a result of the Green New Deal, the Great Reset, Biden's Build Back Better, and Putin's Price Hike. RobSZ 20:10, May 18, 2022 (EDT)
Alternatively, if NATO aggression against Transnistria & Lviv do not occur, that means the Pentagon & White House take seriously Putin's threat to nuke anyone who interferes. Putin does not bluff. This could mean the Finland fiasco is a test to see what the Kremlin means by "military-technical response"; that's what Putin promised on December 21, 2021 if talk of Ukraine joining NATO continued. RobSZ 21:25, May 18, 2022 (EDT)
Basically, you got Putin all wrong; he's not a crazed dictator. He's simply a very articulate (personable and humourous) mouthpiece for the consensus view of a collective leadership. In a way, kinda like Biden - only he still has a functioning brain and input at the table. If anything, he's a voice of moderation. RobSZ 05:12, May 19, 2022 (EDT)
Gonzalo Lira reporting from Kharkiv: false flag bioweapon attack in western Ukraine may be pretext for Polish "peacekeepeer" invasion between May 22-24. This makes sense, to get ahead of Russian high profile Tribunal presentation to the world this summer on U.S. biolabs once the Duma completes its investigation. Trials of nazi war criminals begin in Rostov-on-Don today. RobSZ 18:28, May 19, 2022 (EDT)
  • Gonzalo Lira, reporting from Kharkiv, says Ukraine will become Poland's Vietnam, not Russia's. Truth is, Ukrainians, like Palestinians, aren't ready for self-government (outside of a rump state consisting of Kyiv and environs) and certainly not a large, multi-racial, multi-national, multi-ethnic, multi-linguistic, multicultural state. Let's stop kidding ourselves, Ukraine will be partitioned between Russia, Poland, and itself. It didn't have to be this way - it could have retained an outlet to the sea via Odessa back in December, but it took the promises of Biden, Blinken, Jake Sullivan, Boris Johnson, van der Leyn (or whatever her name is), and Stoltenberg seriously. That's what happens when you elect an idiot president who takes advice from idiots. Won't be the first time Galicia was partitioned. RobSZ 04:17, May 22, 2022 (EDT)
To recap, then, it's definitely happening any time now, or in a month's time, or not at all because noted humanitarian & all-round sensitive man, Vladimir Putin, will nuke them into oblivion. Your brain is impressively broken, man. ConwayIII (talk) 10:21, May 22, 2022 (EDT)
It's called contingency planning, something you evidently don't know about. On the other hand, we don't need an inside leaker what Democrats on the National Security Council discuss night and day, "Is Putin bluffing?" They all sound exactly like this guy, the Jen Psaki of Kyiv. RobSZ 14:38, May 22, 2022 (EDT)
Let me translate this in a little clearer terms for you: The "elite" Nazis of Azovstal, and their tens of thousands of followers across Ukraine now feel betrayed ("zrada") by the "crooks and bandits who seized power in Kyiv", i.e. the Jews, Zelensky and Kolomoisky who got in bed with Victoria Nuland and the West. The closing of an important chapter becomes the opening of a new sad chapter. RobSZ 14:59, May 22, 2022 (EDT)
Can't you see where this is all headed? The disaster that is befalling the people, infrastructure, and military of Ukraine is going to be blamed by Ukrainian society on the Jews, and it will take the Poles & Russians (not exactly the best of friends) to tame passions. But you got your head too far up the MSM toilet to see that. RobSZ

May 22

Update: [24]
"Two battalions of Polish infantry arrived in the city of Pavlograd in the Dnipropetrovsk region of Ukraine. This became known to the sources of the Telegram channel WarGonzo, which is led by Russian journalist Semyon Pegov.

According to the interlocutor of the channel, on Saturday, May 21, the Polish military moved from Kiev to the east of the country, and on Sunday, May 22, they already arrived in Pavlograd. Currently, they are being prepared for further transfer to the Avdiivka front.

It is specified that each battalion has four anti-tank guns "Rapier", as well as armored personnel carriers of American production. It is not yet clear whether these units consist of regular troops or mercenaries."

So the May 22 date fits the timetable. What remains unclear is, is this a NATO operation or a Russian disinformation campaign? If Russian, it hardly serves any purpose other than domestic morale, whereas the presence of 6,000 Polish mercenaries certainly is welcomed and needed by the NATO side right now. Either way, we'll know by video evidence in coming days and weeks. And remember, this isn't Western Ukraine (Lviv region). RobSZ 17:34, May 22, 2022 (EDT)
No, man. We know right now. It's guff, just like the NATO personnel in Azovstal guff you recently scrubbed from your fan fiction as finally too embarrassing to retain. ConwayIII (talk) 17:53, May 22, 2022 (EDT)
Seems a little odd the Polish PM would be visiting Kyiv and addressing the parliament on a Sunday. Must be in a hurry. And the little twerp Zelensky looks a lot like you, on the verge of losing much of his power (because of his own stupidity and ignorance) yet still holding his head high as if it's not happening.
Scrubbed? Azovstal is now history, like the Alamo, Stalingrad, or the Battle of Thermopylae. We need the space for a lengthy article with rapidly changing events. Not ready yet to move the page to WWIII, but much of the background is there.
You can still read about your Nazi heroes with a single click, although I'm behind in creating bios about your heroes. RobSZ 18:48, May 22, 2022 (EDT)
As to "NATO personnel in Azovstal guff": whatever exists will come out in the denazification Tribunals; but then there is also the Biolab Tribunals coming up, so it's a question of how to divide time.
It ought to be patently obvious by now, there are open lines of communication between Brussels and the Kremlin. The Russians have not hit command and control centers in Kyiv, and NATO has not hit command and control centers in Moscow which certainly is possible from Ukraine territory. That agreement has not broken down yet (Remember Biden pleading with Putin last summer, "Please don't hit these 16 vital infrastructure sites in the US"?) RobSZ 19:23, May 22, 2022 (EDT)
Update: in the case of Gen. Cadier, we got a twofer: he was commanding a terrorist organization in Azovstal and was in charge of Bioweapon Lab No.1 and is currently being held at the Lubyanka (where such past luminaries as Friedrich Paulus and Alexander Solzhenitsyn were held) awaiting trial, sources say. RobSZ 09:05, May 23, 2022 (EDT)
The defining difference between the US (and UK) and Russia is, the US & Uk are naval powers, and Russia is land power. The US & UK simply do not have the history or experience that Russia has in fighting land wars.
"Yahbutt, the US and Uk are airpowers, too." So is Russia. So was Germany. And Russian air defense is as good as anything NATO has. RobSZ 19:00, May 22, 2022 (EDT)
Ukrainian forces, truth be told, are now the most experienced of NATO-trained forces ever facing the Russian military. All the rest of them, US, UK & Canadian mercenaries etc etc etc crapped their pants and ran away. They think land war is killing goat herders or T-62 tanks.
Let's see how many Ukrainian soldiers survive to become expert trainers of NATO forces. RobSZ 19:04, May 22, 2022 (EDT)
Question: Commenting on today's visit to Kyiv by the Polish PM, what does this Ukrainian commentator mean by "before the borders were removed"? (Time activated CC->Settings->English). RobSZ 00:35, May 23, 2022 (EDT)
Gonzalo Lira: Poland slides it in. There. I got the timestamp before midnight. RobSZ 01:24, May 23, 2022 (EDT)
Your land war experts are currently huffing & puffing like a fat lass on a treadmill trying to take the formidable obstacle of *checks notes* Severodonetsk. You seem to occasionally pay attention to Girkin when it suits you. He's a nasty piece of work, but he's not wrong about Vladolf losing this war. ConwayIII (talk) 18:36, May 23, 2022 (EDT)
There isn't much of Severdonetsk left to take. There's 8,000 Ukies trapped there. What you fail to realize is, when the Russians take ground, they thoroughly take ground. They don't do a quick rush to Baghdad or the Chosen Reservoir like the Yanks do. That's why they don't traditionally give up the ground, after lives are lost. The Russian psyche won't allow it after the ground is paid for in blood. RobSZ 18:43, May 23, 2022 (EDT)
Russia has been granting Russian passports to people born in Donbas now for eight years; so yesterday (a Sunday, curiously) Poland and Ukraine have decided to grant the same rights and entitlements to citizens of each other's countries, essentially a merger like the Austro-Hungarian Empire. (So now a person born in Donbas can be a citizen of three countries.) Once the Biden regime is removed, serious negotiations on redrawing the borders can proceed, unless McCarthyites and Cold Warriors such as yourself want to draw a DMZ across Ukraine and rebuild the Berlin Wall a little more east. RobSZ 18:51, May 23, 2022 (EDT)
Meantime, your Nazi buddies in the Azov movement are little pissed off at their betrayal by Zelensky and the Jooz, so you need to watch your back. RobSZ 19:00, May 23, 2022 (EDT)
Poland: As a gesture of solidarity & friendship, please enjoy Schengen-style free movement across the border.
Ukraine: Thanks, man. Ditto.
Rob Smith: The Poles are invading!
Yours truly: ^^ This guy. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ ^^
ConwayIII (talk) 19:19, May 23, 2022 (EDT)

Doug Mastriano: Give Jesus a chance

Does anyone think that Pennsylvania suffers from too much Jesus? The Dems are portraying Mastriano as an extremist based on his having attended the rally on January 6. Silly me, I thought we still had a First Amendment. See "Pennsylvania: A Religious Zealot Runs for Governor." PeterKa (talk)

Senators Kennedy, Johnson and Hyde Smith turned to be establishment tool

Here in this link senators who voted $40 billion funding war in Ukraine. 86 Senators approve this passage included self-claimed anti war machine Bernie Sanders. Its pretty clear Senators like John N. Kennedy, Ron Johnson, Cindy Hyde-Smith, Ted Cruz and Chuck Grassley turned to be establishment tool and voted this bill. Only 11 patriot Republican senators who opposed the bill, here they are: Josh Hawley, Rand Paul, Marsha Blackburn, Tommy Tuberville, Mike Lee, Bill Hagerty, John Boozman, Mike Crapo, Mike Braun, Roger Marshall and Cynthia Lummis --Alex Kosh (talk) 14:04, May 20, 2022 (EDT)

Are you a Putin puppet? RobSZ 17:37, May 20, 2022 (EDT)

....hmmm, can't answer the question....could be revealing....RobSZ 19:44, May 22, 2022 (EDT)

Rassmussen poll

This poll is a good reading of how partisan, fair-minded, and informed registered voters are at this moment in time

Rassmussen: Most Voters Think Hillary’s Campaign Broke the Law.[25]
  • 55% of Likely U.S. voters believe it is at least somewhat likely that Clinton campaign officials acted illegally during the 2016 presidential campaign, including
  • 42% who think it’s Very Likely they broke the law.
  • 33% don’t believe it is likely Clinton campaign officials acted illegally, including
  • 16% who say it’s Not At All Likely.
  • 11% are not sure.

Conclusion: 1 out of 3 registered voters is an uninformed, mindless partisan idiot, 11% don't know/don't care, and 55% are capable of understanding issues and making judgements. Wait til the same poll about the laptop from hell comes about. The nonsense about Democrats winning the popular vote in both 2016 and 2020 is just that - nonsense. It is not supported by the facts regarding the intelligence and integrity of American voters. RobSZ 20:41, May 20, 2022 (EDT)

Prediction: Polls on "Coronavirus comes from people eating bats", "Vaccines are safe", the "Putin Price Hike", and "Nazis are protecting democracy and are our friends" will have virtually the same results. It's all about media propaganda and public discernment. RobSZ 20:51, May 20, 2022 (EDT)

This poll is in line with a poll from last October, so things have not changed much. Biden 2020 win ‘tainted,’ 56% say it was a cheater’s paradise. RobSZ 20:25, May 22, 2022 (EDT)

U.S. Senator Rand Paul: Why the USA should not fund the Ukraine military budget as a gift, but instead have a lend/lease program instead

France and the American Revolutionary War: "France's help was a major and decisive contribution towards the United States' eventual victory and independence in the war. However, as a cost of participation in the war, France accumulated over 1 billion livres in debt, which significantly strained the nation's finances. The French government's failure to control spending (in combination with other factors) led to unrest in the nation, which eventually culminated in a revolution a few years after the conflict between the US and Great Britain concluded. Relations between France and the United States thereafter deteriorated, leading to the Quasi-War in 1798." - France in the American Revolutionary War, Wikipedia.

Ukraine is a very corrupt country. Why is the USA putting its financial future in greater peril to fund the Ukraine military without even making it a loan? At a bare minimum, if the USA were to fund the Ukraine military after a vigorous public debate, it should be a lend/lease program like the USA did with the UK in WWII (except have repayment be mandatory). See: Lend-Lease Act. Conservative (talk) 22:40, May 20, 2022 (EDT)

This issue is getting confused very fast. The EU is a guarantor of the Ukraine Democracy Defense Lend-Lease Act, which means debt slavery for the EU & Ukraine, no different than China's Belt and Road Initiative. It's simply globalism by another name.
All Paul and others are trying to do is CYA so they aren't called "Putin puppets", and here Paul is trying to explain how we're not really borrowing from China to fund it, cause we're going to be repaid by our vassal states.
Best just drop this and leave it alone. Paul knows its election year bs, and so does everyone else. It's not even a coherent argument. But it does get to the heart of U.S. imperialism, which is why Russia is fighting NATO.
What you have here is Paul justifying the United States making Ukraine a U.S. colony, which contradicts everything else Paul stands for. RobSZ 23:00, May 20, 2022 (EDT)
If you are going oppose something in Congress, you are expected to come up with an alternative solution to an identified problem. So Paul has his staff write a treatise that basically supports the Lend Lease bill he opposed. It's better than saying, "hey, Putin, like Trump, is just a misunderstood guy" in the face of massive media psyops. Don't take any of that stuff in the video seriouslyRobSZ 23:17, May 20, 2022 (EDT)
The headline today is, Hillary masterminded the whole Putin demonization psyop (after she got rich off Putin with Uranium One deal) in order to link Trump to Putin (as if that hasn't been known in open source for 4 or 5 years already). Just as now it's official, Trump isn't the "Putin puppet" they claimed, maybe Putin isn't the demon Hillary claims, either (maybe we'll know in a another 4 or 5 years). But as the above Rasmussen poll shows, people aren't so dumb, either. RobSZ 23:31, May 20, 2022 (EDT)

Why does the GOP only care about babies that are inside a uterus?

Virtually of them voted against spending some money to buy formula for kids. Heck, Boebert and Gaetz even voted against waiving certain requirements for low-income families using the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) to continue buying formula through vouchers, even during a shortage, move that would cost virtually nothing. Pro-life? Do better. ClaudeMcH (talk) 23:55, May 21, 2022 (EDT)

I dunno; why do the libs only use loaded questions to "own the cons"? RobSZ 23:57, May 21, 2022 (EDT)
It's fun!!! ClaudeMcH (talk) 00:05, May 22, 2022 (EDT)

CPAC Hungary.

Ah, CPAC has a new event! In Hungary!! Trump is there !! So's Tucker!! This should be awesome. Who else is speaking? A guy named Zsolt Bayer. Never heard of him? He called Jews “stinking excrement,” referred to Roma as “animals” and used racial epithets to describe Black people. Great work, everybody!!! ClaudeMcH (talk) 00:10, May 22, 2022 (EDT)

Are you trying to say Western MSM will focus on one idiot in Hungary while the US gives $40 billion to the Ukrainian Nazi regime even after 2439 Nazis surrendered at Azovstal? My friend, you need to get your priorities in order, and not just vent hate at conservatives here. RobSZ 00:44, May 22, 2022 (EDT)
That's the spirit!!! Hey, remember that time on RW when you tried to argue that the U of Chicago was a public institution because some students got Pell Grants? --ClaudeMcH (talk) 00:47, May 22, 2022 (EDT)
No, not really. You mean it's not? RobSZ 01:16, May 22, 2022 (EDT)


Several news reported that Monkeypox is highly transmitted between gays and bisexuals and those who participate in "gay parade". On same liberal standards, all immoral gay parade next month should be banned --Alex Kosh (talk) 13:24, May 22, 2022 (EDT)

Sexual Health in Focus as Monkeypox Spreads; Spain Probes Pride Parade Attended by 80,000 People --Alex Kosh (talk) 13:24, May 22, 2022 (EDT)

Death rate to this disease is 10% ten times higher than Covid --Alex Kosh (talk) 13:29, May 22, 2022 (EDT)

<Aside> I love this new idiom, "gay parade". It's obviously been imported from our Slavic brethren, the Russians and Ukrainians. We've seen it used recently by such luminaries from Patriarch Kirill [26] to arch neo-Nazi leader Yehven Karas [27]. The problem in English is, "Gay pride" is an outdated 1960s anachronism, replaced by LGBT and "LGBT Pride Parade". So I'm not sure where the redirect should go. The solution would be to upgrade Gay Pride page. RobSZ 15:28, May 22, 2022 (EDT)

Anyways, so with monkeypox, we still have open borders. RobSZ 00:44, May 23, 2022 (EDT)

Any Southern Baptists in the house?

I guess the good news is that your organization is not as bad as the Catholics? ClaudeMcH (talk) 17:34, May 22, 2022 (EDT)

"There appeared to be a perception that sexual abuse allegations were not as common in the SBC as in the Catholic Church, so it was not a significant problem, especially if those allegations did not result in successful lawsuits against the SBC. In our interview with Mr. Boto in May 2022, he again invoked the argument that the number of sexual misconduct cases in the SBC is relatively small in comparison to the Catholic Church, resulting in only about two lawsuits per year, and that the SBC was successful in defending these cases. This is only one example of a consistent misperception by EC leadership – that lack of lawsuits equates to lack of abuse cases. Our interviews with numerous people disclosed a lack of knowledge of sexual abuse survivor trauma responses, including not disclosing abuse."[28]
Catholic League president Bill Donohue declared concerning the scandals of priests molesting minors: "The latest attempt to silence me comes from GLAAD (Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation), Call to Action and the Interfaith Alliance. The three left-wing organizations have joined hands demanding that the media "ignore Bill Donohue." Their complaint? My telling the truth about the role homosexual priests have played in the abuse scandal. The data collected by John Jay College of Criminal Justice show that between 1950 and 2002, 81 percent of the victims were male and 75 percent of them were post-pubescent. In other words, three out of every four victims have been abused by homosexuals. By the way, puberty, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics, begins at age 10 for boys. No problem can be remedied without an accurate diagnosis. And any accurate diagnosis that does not finger the role that homosexuals have played in molesting minors is intellectually dishonest. The cover-up must end. And so must attempts to muzzle my voice. Everything I am saying is what most people already know, but are afraid to say it. It's time for some straight talk."[29]
Bill Donahue published in the New York Times: "The Times continues to editorialize about the "pedophilia crisis", when all along it's been a homosexual crisis. Eighty percent of the victims of priestly sexual abuse are male and most of them are post-pubescent. While homosexuality does not cause predatory behavior, and most gay priests are not molesters, most of the molesters have been gay."[30]
I really haven't heard that the Southern Baptist clergy is rife with homosexuals. The hardcore pro-Catholic YouTube channel Church Militant says that the Catholic Church has a major problem with homosexual clergy.[31][32]
And if the Southern Baptist clergy had as much pedophilia as the Catholic clergy, we would have heard about it by now. Conservative (talk) 18:09, May 22, 2022 (EDT)
I still think child molesters in the taxpayer supported National Education Association and American Federation of Teachers is by far a bigger problem. RobSZ 19:34, May 22, 2022 (EDT)

Australia's covid tyrant gets the boot

On Saturday, Australian voters got to choose between Prime Minister Scott Morrison's covid lockdown fanaticism and the Labor party's climate pseudo-science. Morrison's Coalition party got the most votes (36 percent). Labor's share of the vote has actually declined since the last election. Labor got 33 percent of the vote while the Greens got 12 percent, so Labour leader Albanese will be sworn in as prime minister tomorrow. Its yet another illustration of what a dumb concept "popular vote" is.[33]

If you can somehow overlook his draconian covid policy, Morrison had a lot going for him. He opposed climate nonsense, stood up to China, and made a fresh alliance with the U.S. The liberal media is furiously spinning this election as a vindication its views on climate policy. The BBC's take doesn't even mention covid. PeterKa (talk) 19:07, May 22, 2022 (EDT)

So this means Australia is on board with the suicidal Russian sanctions policy to blame Putin for the pain and cost of de-fossilization rendered by the governments of the West on their our populations. RobSZ 20:45, May 22, 2022 (EDT)
Peter, you make great points but because Morrison implemented the tyranny espoused by Fauci, Australia will suffer on many issues. It doesn't seem to help that Morrison was right on other issues when he insists on losing big on the issue that counts most to voters.--Andy Schlafly (talk) 21:55, May 22, 2022 (EDT)

Katy Perry and many other liberal celebrities left California and moved to red states

Katy Perry left California and moved to Kentucky. Katy Perry: Moving to Kentucky ‘Reminds You that Hollywood Is Not America’ Despite her moving she is still support her leftist and liberal agenda which is ruin her state California, she mocking people of Kentucky and said they live in bubble. Kentucky in 2020 election vote 62% for Trump. another celebrities who left California, Josh Brolin moved to Georgia, Kat Von D moved to Indiana and James Ven der Beek move to Texas --Alex Kosh (talk) 21:09, May 22, 2022 (EDT)

Great suggestion - posted on the MainPageRight. Thanks!--Andy Schlafly (talk) 21:36, May 22, 2022 (EDT)

Ah, the dangers of compassion

Ukrainian refugee stole Englishwoman's husband in 10 days. When the refugee got booted out of the house, her husband left with her.

Looks like Western values are sweeping the globe. RobSZ 01:54, May 23, 2022 (EDT)

"Dark MAGA" ?

Madison Cawthorn, following his recent primary defeat,issued a statement in which he said that "It’s time for Dark MAGA to truly take command." Can anyone here help me understand what "Dark MAGA" is?--ClaudeMcH (talk) 03:42, May 23, 2022 (EDT)

Dark MAGA? Those are the reserve Ukronazi Avoz Battalion fighters. RobSZ 03:50, May 23, 2022 (EDT)
but shhhhh....we want the world to believe Trump is a Putin stooge.... RobSZ 03:52, May 23, 2022 (EDT)
So, you're saying that Madison Cawthorn is calling for the Republicans to ally with Ukranian Nazis? Does anyone here want to actually help me figure this out? ClaudeMcH (talk) 13:33, May 23, 2022 (EDT)
It's no secret, both the Charlottesville protesters and J6 protesters were trained by Ukrainian Nazis with Obama and Biden's help. Dark MAGA is in bed with the left. RobSZ 15:42, May 23, 2022 (EDT)
It's a lie. I saw the MAGA hats. They were bright red. There was nothing dark about them! :) Conservative (talk) 19:11, May 23, 2022 (EDT)