Saturday, January 24, 2015

To Europe We Are Still Untermensch

As the crowds of solidarity marched through the streets of Paris, led by the sheep, boars, and pigs of European leadership, two things became clear quite quickly.

One, that the French saw no reason in themselves as to why they were attacked. The fact that they brought this upon themselves by first importing millions of Islamics, many of them radical and failing utterly to assimilate them and two, accepting that French policy, of waging US led wars and revolutions and supporting actively those very same Islamics, as long as they were killing other peoples in other nations.

Internally this was well demonstrated by the fact that the only sane voice of French politics, which also happens to belong to the most popular presidential candidate and her party which is poised to win the next parliamentary elections: Marie Le Pen and Front National, were not invited and forced to conduct their demonstration in a separate city altogether.

But the hypocritical French and with them the rest of the shriveled shills of Western Europe, walked hand in hand with the greatest mass murderer that Europe has seen in the past 50 years. This of course, was none other than Poroshenko aka Porky the Bloody. That this pathetic petty tyrant launched his new offensive against the Federalist forces turned independence seekers of Novorossia, on the day of the march, seems to have been missed by everyone. That this very same man's army, which on every single day broke the ceasefire with sporadic shelling, having failed in every engagement of this new round of fighting, is taking out their anger by systematically leveling the cities and towns of the Novorossians, again escapes everyone in God's forsaken Europe.

The French, in their silence or even out right support for this mass murderer and their pathetic pandering to him, and his Polish and American masters, have shown themselves to be a spent society full of spent energy, dying out. A last hurrah of the French, unless of course Front National wins.

The fact that Mari Le Pen is an enemy of the EU and NATO guarantees rigged elections at best and her life, her assassination, at worst.

So through the silence of Europe, concerned first and foremost only with its own worsening economic position and loss of South Stream and even worse, the role of some of Europe in loudly supporting the Porky Genocider, tells us what we need to know.

The high priests of Human Rights are false prophets. They are indeed satanic beasts, still hell bent on murdering Russians and Russia's allies, like the Serbs, and on rewriting history while reinstating the Nazi beast.

The path to war is becoming ever more set.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

What if you're wrong? About "outside influences" and the rest of it?

Rest of world sees Ukrainians and Russians as "same". Minor variations in dialects. So these people are just as resourceful as all Russians - only now they appear to be pissed.

The differences between Ukrainians and Russians would settle themselves over time simply due to the ties of culture. Over a long enough period, they might even rejoin Russia or invite Russia to join whatever becomes the EU.

But all bets are off once people are killed. It's easy to sway a populace once that happens or when they see the hands of outsiders.

The British treated their colonists well. There was no initial reason for them to revolt. That was the province of hotheads. But heavy handed responses to hotheads eventually turned everyone. By the end of the war hatreds were indescribable, and they generated our closest equivalent to "ethnic cleansing" here. Many scores were settled, and it was a lucky loyalist who managed to escape to Canada.

For almost 150 yrs thereafter, Americans could not restrain themselves from spitting upon any mention of British. Some of that even continues to this day. And any time British could be "made to pay" - we made the efort.

Putin has shown himself a conssumate bureaucrat with no soul. He is your version of George Bush - even if you don't see it yet. *Nothing* will go per his plan - yet Russian citizens will pay the price for his folly.

Ukraine *needs* to sell it's goods to Russia. The fact Ukraine is willing to risk sacrificing it's primary markets shows how serious sentiments have become. We're not talking "rational" here any more.

Ukraine is thus temporarily crazy. Doesn't matter how they got there - excepting the effort to calm things down.

What you don't want is for these people to start dreaming up reasons they can't live among each other. Because we both know where that leads. Ukraine will the suffer the most - but don't kid yourself. It will reach Russia to.

Call it off. It's not worth it. Show you're a better/wiser people than "rest of us".

Jake said...

As a denizen of Amerika, I completely disagree with Anonymous above.
The USA is a nation insane: those whom the gods would destroy, they first make crazy.
The USA always develops a special hatred of any nation that is conservative or traditional, and which stands up against the planned global hegemony which is slated to last forever.
If Russia backed off and let Ukraine ethnically clease the East, that would simply demonstrate to the US imperialists that Russia is weak, and the attack on the Russian homeland itself would commence.
Putin is the one standing up for ethnic Russians in Ukraine, and he tried to prevent the takeover of Ukraine by murderous kleptocrats. Giving up now would be suicidal, and guarantee the world no escape from the sociopathic globalist elite.
Besides, even if they were allowed to "win" in Ukraine, the Ukrainian people would be desolated anyway by neoliberalism.

Francisco Miguel Colaço said...

Anonymous,

Nota really. Leaps to the eye that Russia is Boeing pushed into war by the US, with the EU tagging along, to divertir the western populace from the realities of the failing crony capitalismo and to justify another round of legislation against my liberty and yours. Russia is no inocent in the ukranian war, but she is by a mile less guilty than the West.

Stanislav,

It is not a question of russians being Untermensch to the EU. It goes much deeper than that. To a bureaucrap in Brussels all europeans are Untermenschen, to be led, with restricted choices, being free to choose only what Brussels deems acceptable.

Anonymous said...

Doubt any Ukrainians ever questioned giving up their nuclear weapons to their Russian "brothers". A Russian threat was just unimaginable.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_weapons_and_Ukraine

Confirm the following:

1. The Russian Federation, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the United States of America reaffirm their commitment to Ukraine, in accordance with the principles of the Final Act of the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe, to respect the independence and sovereignty and the existing borders of Ukraine.

2. The Russian Federation, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the United States of America reaffirm their obligation to refrain from the threat or use of force against the territorial integrity or political independence of Ukraine, and that none of their weapons will ever be used against Ukraine except in self-defence or otherwise in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations.

3. The Russian Federation, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the United States of America reaffirm their commitment to Ukraine, in accordance with the principles of the Final Act of the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe, to refrain from economic coercion designed to subordinate to their own interest the exercise by Ukraine of the rights inherent in its sovereignty and thus to secure advantages of any kind.

4. The Russian Federation, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the United States of America reaffirm their commitment to seek immediate United Nations Security Council action to provide assistance to Ukraine, as a non-nuclear-weapon State party to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, if Ukraine should become a victim of[2] an act of aggression or an object of a threat of aggression in which nuclear weapons are used.

5. The Russian Federation, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the United States of America reaffirm, in the case of Ukraine, their commitment not to use nuclear weapons against any non-nuclearweapon State party to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, except in the case of an attack on themselves, their territories or dependent territories, their armed forces, or their allies, by such a State in association or alliance with a nuclear-weapon State.

6. Ukraine, the Russian Federation, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the United States of America will consult in the event a situation arises that raises a question concerning these commitments.[2]


Events in Ukraine are a disaster for the entire world. If Russians and Ukrainians can't get along - what chance do "rest of us" have?

It's not too late to stop this if the will is there. But at the very least, both sides must decide not to make things worse. And quietly, without force, civil government must be returned to Ukrainian cities without interference from the Ukrainian army or other partisans. The objective should be to move debate into the political arena - not settle it in the streets.

Ukrainians could use some good news right now - which is precisely the time to strike with civil guarantees. Government restricting "Shalt nots" so explicit - they can never be reinterpreted by courts.

A way must be found to make normal people proud to be Ukrainian again. It's time for a better deal.

Anonymous said...

http://www.latimes.com/opinion/op-ed/la-oe-andreassen-ukraine-nuclear-weapons-20141211-story.html

After the breakup of the Soviet Union, President Clinton was determined to ratify and implement the languishing Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, or START. The key to START was for Ukraine to agree to give up its nuclear holdings. Until it did, the whole effort was in doubt. The high-stakes diplomacy that resulted in the Budapest Memorandum also provided the framework for eliminating thousands of strategic nuclear launchers, missiles and warheads not just in Ukraine, but in the United States, Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan. A massive and dangerous Cold War nuclear overhang that posed unique and horrific risks to humanity was successfully removed. The world would not be a safer place without the agreements reached in Budapest.

None of this diminishes the tragedy still unfolding in Ukraine. It does not absolve Russia for its violation of the Budapest Memorandum or free the West from doing more to assist Ukraine. Nor does it undo the damage Putin's violation of Ukrainian independence, sovereignty and territory has caused to the use of “security assurances” as a tool in disarmament diplomacy.

But seeing Ukraine's nuclear past clearly, and remembering how it fits into reducing Cold War nuclear arsenals, is a prerequisite for honestly appraising the crisis in Europe today and constructing a viable path out of the Ukraine morass.


World was insane, but struggled to heal, now has relapsed into insanity.

Too many took it for granted that time would ultimately heal events by itself.

Anonymous said...

Tell me "Jake" of "Amerika"....just how many letters have your written your representatives concerning this issue?

Takes about as much effort as serving up more conspiratorial drivel?

Actually matters?


You do realize war isn't a spectator sport for Ukrainians? Not like a videogame?