It looks like the fuckers in Charge of U.S. Empire is setting the scene for another fucking goble war with….Russia. Again. Why? Because we’re in a era of dumbasses.

Here’s the story from hellmouth news. The fix.

Remember anything from hellmouth news is a lie of some sort. So how do you find out the truth? Whenever a liar tells you the truth is the opposite of what they say.

Again. Why is it nessary for the American government to get this close to a fucking with a war with Russia and her allies over Ukraine of all countries?!

Some how talking and having discussions has gone to hell and war no. GOBLE WAR again for some reason is a reason to get into some shit.

Does this make any mother fucking sense?! Why? What bomb as Russia dropped on North America I’m not a where of?

Here’s another lie masked in a truth.

Russia attempts a false flag to invade Ukraine as talks between Russia and U.S. fail. The fuck?!

The truth. Leaders of U.S. Empire are so fucking thrusty for a war with Russia my dude it’s like watching a beta bitch Virgin pleading with a shorty for a hug and chance to smell her stank feet.

The shit storm is brewing in the air.

Fucking dumbasses in charge. War with Russia?! Over fucking Ukraine and Georgia?! Because reasons. Because they’re the bad guys the U.S. needs to go to war with and bullshit such.

I fucking feel like I’m going through a time warp to the 1950s. What the fuck are these assholes smoking?! Probably same shit they smoked in the 1970s when they were jacking off to wet dreams about fucking with mother Russia.

Warm regards

Guardiandogg

25 thoughts on “It looks like the fuckers in Charge of U.S. Empire is setting the scene for another fucking goble war with….Russia. Again. Why? Because we’re in a era of dumbasses.

  1. Well, a lot of Americans dig the Pope and years ago before Francis, the Catholic church sponsored Ukrainians fleeing from Russian persecution. So we have a many generations of Ukrianian-Americans living here now. Besides being about global territory and turfing, on behalf of “democracy” the church has something to do with. Current president is Catholic…

    This was an amazing piece of I dunno whaaaaaaat?! “…thrusty… for a war with Russia my dude it’s like watching a beta bitch Virgin pleading with a shorty for a hug and chance to smell her stank feet.”

    😉

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      • Trump wasn’t in jeopardy of a war with Russia tho. He and Putin are pals. They are both part of the info wars. That war is already on. Biden isn’t after a war. He’s got hyprocracy, don’t get me wrong, but don’t buy the hype. You don’t have to like Biden but he’s not taking us to war.

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      • Biden doesn’t have absolute power or that much push to get anything done on his agenda. I don’t think it’s him pushing a possible war with Russia. I believe it’s the people that control him that are pushing the war. Biden really doesn’t have that much power to do anything but what is allowed to be done. Otherwise he is a weak paper tiger.

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      • Yeah, presidents don’t hold the power, just the bag. Looks like Mitch McConnell is keeping the court and the senate at his mercy. He’s a dick. So who do you think is pushing for war? I know of no progressives or liberals that are pushing Biden to do it. But then again, I’m not listening to all of them. lol.

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      • Look at the people in his inner circle. Look at where and who the money is going to. Again. The elected officials in the senate and house of Representatives forget the binary game of Republicans & Democrats. Look at the hands that raise in favor of the bullshit. That’s whose in control.

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      • Hey Leonard, I think I owe you an apology but also gratitude. I finally hear what you saying. I just listened to Jen Ptaki (I don’t know how to spell her last name but she’s doing Biden’s press conferences) and is telling American citizens who are currently in Ukraine to be leaving there. Biden is telling Putin if he does anything more, he’s gonna be sorry. Damn if that isn’t on the edge of war!
        And it’s totally polarized and binary as you say with the political parties.
        But I still don’t think Trump was any good.
        Thanks truly for the conversation about it. I needed to get up to speed!
        Keep ranting man. Helps to have some sounding boards around.

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  2. Trump had a different approach than lifer politicians which is part of the reason he was and is despised by many.
    Once the entire pandemic show fades war is a great distraction and moneymaker.
    I could write volumes but I don’t need to get upset at the actions of idiots so early in the day. I have a teenager who fills that role with skill at times.

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    • I think it’s a big money maker for a few people for a short time but the costs and the end result of a huge loss and embarrassment makes the money seem mute. In any result it’s not in my hands and when or if it goes down all during the season of foolishness I’ll be cracking jokes the whole time to emuse people in the shit with me.

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  3. Trump had the right idea, as you point out. Why CAN’T we be friends with Russia? The thought of peaceful friendship brings a warm glow to my upper chest and heart. For too long now we’ve been challenging them face to face as if they were the gang member trying to take over the whole social life of his ‘hood. Well that’s fuckin’ idiocy. Russia just wants to secure its borders. That’s a high priority for it.

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      • It’s a minus fuckin proposition. This isn’t Iraq, for god’s sake. I understand all those Russian tanks were shit, but the Russkies have NUKES. Are we assuming they don’t work? Maybe they won’t, but do we want to test that proposition out? So many generals would urge caution, it’s only the non-military-background politicians who are gung-ho for a war.

        Maybe this is our destiny as a species. To be doomed by stupid politicians who haven’t a clue that their actions and even their words have consequences in reality.

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      • Agreed but the situation is worse. Current U.S. is not in the same position it was in the early 2000s. The landscape of war is different sense the advancement of long rang rocket launchers and poor conditions of the current U.S. millitary and the failures in the middle east and the lost of a 10+ year war. We weren’t always this level of neo stupid.

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  4. In one particularly memorable Noam Chomsky interview, he noted that there is some truth in the oft-repeated conservative reference to Russia-gate as a “hoax”, though, ironically, likely not in the context typically believed and hyped by most conservatives [“Chomsky: Trump is a Distraction, Used by the Deep State to ‘Systematically Destroy’ America,” The Free Thought Project, July 20, 2017]:

    “Every cabinet official was chosen to destroy anything of human significance in that part of the government. It’s so systematic that it can’t be unplanned. I doubt that Trump planned it … [since] his only ideology is ‘me’. But whoever is working on it is doing a pretty effective job, and the Democrats are cooperating—cooperating in a very striking way … Take a look at the focus in Çongress. It’s one of the few decent things Trump has been doing. So maybe members of his transition team contacted the Russians. Is that a bad thing?

    Recent ambassador to Russia, Jack Matlock, had a blog where he pointed out that, ‘It’s exactly what you should be doing. It’s the job of ambassadors and diplomats coming in. There are serious problems and tensions you want to talk over to see if there’s anything you can do about them. Instead of just building up force and violence.’ That’s what the democrats are focusing on, and meanwhile all these other things are going on and they’re not saying anything about them.” …

    Chomsky had also emphasized that, “While everything is focusing on that, the Paul Ryan republicans, who are, in my view, the most dangerous and savage group in the country, are busy implementing programs that they have been talking quietly about for years. Very savage programs, which have very simple principles. One, be sure to offer to the rich and powerful gifts beyond the dreams of avarice, and [two], kick everyone else in the face. And it’s going on step by step right behind the [Russiagate] bluster.”

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    • I disagree. Russia is not the good guys and neither are the people in charge of America pushing this shit. Trump would be the President right now if he had submitted to them. It’s much more simpler for me. There are amoral stupid people obsessed with goble war and making money from it and their evil beliefs.

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  5. I’m definitely not saying that the Russians are ‘the good guys’; rather, I’m pointing out the morbid political deflection and corruption, albeit while failing to mention the willful mainstream-news-media blindness to most of it.

    But neither was/is Trump a good guy.

    For example, a long and revelatory review (by Geoff Olson, for Common Ground magazine, 01/10/2018) of the book ‘The American Deep State: Wall Street, Big Oil, and the Attack on U.S. Democracy’ notes that the book’s author describes big oil CEOs and lobbyists in the U.S. as being a very large part of the American Deep State. Therefore, it would be a large part of the national Capitol’s ‘swamp’ that Trump claims has corrupted DC and, ergo, was supposedly seeking to destroy him and his presidency.

    So, considering the Trump administration’s kowtowing to big fossil fuel (mostly via the loosening of environmental protections), he, far from genuinely trying to “drain the swamp”, would likely be content with wallowing in it.

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    • Trump is a Boomer in every way possible stuck in a time warp about what America was and in denial of the condition his generation put my country into. Him being an agent for the swamp would be more a stupid accident then a reality.

      The media says Trump is the guy your supposed to look at as the guy. I turn my head and look at Mike Pence taking silver coins in January as payment for sacrificing his political career to push Trump out of office. It was the dumpest thing I’ve seen a man do in all my life. He gained nothing and got forgotten but by me.

      Oh.

      The media isn’t blind to the corruption their in the mud with the rest of the enemies of the people and helping fan the flames of lies and despair to the normal programmed public.

      Four fucking years of despair, propaganda and orange man bad. Two years removed from Trump now we’re facing a possible “situation'” with Russia and a economy that’s in the shitter. The weird part is I’m not angry or surprised.

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      • Even before the November 2020 election, I seriously doubted that a Joe Biden presidency would be permitted to, assuming he genuinely wanted to, make a notably practical improvement in poor and low-income Americans’ quality of life. Actually, I strongly suspect that any American president who would seriously try implementing truly humane, progressive policies — notably, a significant reduction in military spending, a genuine anti-war effort, universal single-payer healthcare, writing-off student deb, increasing the minimum wage while reigning in Wall Street — would likely be assassinated, sooner rather than later.

        I believe that the DNC refuses to allow a Bernie Sanders presidential candidacy, regardless of what Democratic Party members/voters want. For example, every county in West Virginia voted for the truly progressive Bernie Sanders in 2016, yet the Democratic National Committee declared them as wins for Hillary Clinton; Clinton’s neo-liberalism, unlike Sanders’ fiscal progressiveness, was already known for not rubbing against big money, business and power grains.

        Fiscal conservative ideology/politics, big business interests and most of the corporate mainstream news-media resist sufficiently progressive ideas from actually being implemented. Also, Republican representatives are likely manipulating the Democratic Party hierarchy into making the latter’s fiscal politics/policies even more conservative. They all seem to favor big money interests over people.

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      • Okay. Here’s a way I think about it after what happened in early 2021. You have three groups or three powers. Two are lessor powers the third is the greater.
        Democrats have their talking points and their side. But they have a weakness. Money.
        Republicans have their ideology and beliefs they have a weakness they don’t want to be viewed as racists.
        The monoparty comprises in-name-only Democrats & Republicans they are united in their aim to get the bag and war is a major business for them as is controlling the general public through the media and entertainment and they might have a grip with Russia.

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  6. Shit, you got 23 replies for this Russia article you wrote. Just a note saying I’m about at the beginning of your fiction and I’ll start perusing now. Wish me luck (wish YOU luck). Ha ha ta-hah!

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