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Jul 31 • 25 tweets • 9 min read
Right now, I'm about to try to get out of Ukraine, and seek political asylum in Hungary.
Either I'll cross the border and make it to safety, or I'll be disappeared by the Kiev regime.
This is what's happened to me over the past three months.
On May 1, I was arrested for my YouTube videos. The photos of my arrest are pretty funny—morning bed-head made me look like a character out of Dr. Seuss.
My crime was making videos critical of the West and their proxy regime in Kiev—and how they are destroying Ukraine.
Apr 30 • 20 tweets • 4 min read
These are the reasons you should leave the West, be it the US or Europe, and never look back.
1. THERE IS NO DEMOCRACY: The political system does NOT represent the will of the people. Legitimate grievances and problems that affect the entire population are left unaddressed.
Policies are implemented that a majority do not want or support, such as illegal immigration, censorship, allowing monopolies to control all industries, extreme wealth disparities (the greatest in recorded history), etc.
Apr 19 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
Many dissident right-wingers think they have to support abortion to be part of the “cool kids”—to be considered an “intellectual”, and not relegated to the bumpkin right-wing.
This is a mistake. A true intellectual—a man of real intelligence—knows abortion is indefensible.
You know where I learned abortion is intellectually indefensible?
At Dartmouth, from Philosophy Prof. Walter Sinnott-Armstrong.
In a chat between classes, he openly admitted that the “pro-choice” position doesn’t actually have a philosophically coherent argument.
Apr 18 • 4 tweets • 2 min read
Gilbert Doctorow details something a lot of us have been hearing: The Russians hit a NATO bunker in western Ukraine in early March, using Kinzhal missiles, killing 200 high-level officers.
This has been called a conspiracy theory.
I’m not so sure.
In my live stream today, Pepe Escobar @RealPepeEscobar also said that he had heard similar information from a source in Brussels. We discussed it in some detail with Brian Berletic @BrianJBerletic at the start of the show.
Supposedly, 200,000 men have been assembled, 60,000 of them combat troops, to launch a major offensive that will cut Russia’s land bridge to Crimea.
Kiev and its Western sponsors have been announcing this offensive for going on months now. It is supposed to break the back of the Russians.
For their part, the Russians have heavily fortified the portions of the contact line where this offensive might likely come.
Apr 3 • 6 tweets • 1 min read
A thread of polls about America’s elites. Please answer all questions and retweet for a bigger sample size.
When we talk about “America’s elites”—who exactly are we talking about?
Are America’s elites—
Do America’s elites—
Mar 31 • 6 tweets • 2 min read
I’m reading “Bronze Age Mindset”—some preliminary thoughts:
1. It’s logically incoherent drivel, shit a sophomore who’d glanced through Nietzsche and liked name-dropping Classical Greeks to sound deep would write.
Only the ignorant and the young would think it’s profound.
1/62. BAM and its author, Bronze Age Pervert @bronzeagemantis were astroturfed. The amount of attention this sophomoric nonsense got from mainstream “intellectuals” signals to me that it was deliberately elevated for a political purpose.
Mar 30 • 11 tweets • 2 min read
Why are so many countries all of a sudden turning to the yuan to buy their essential commodities?
Why is the world de-dollarizing so quickly?
Simple — the Russian sanctions.
Russia is the biggest single commodity producer in the world — they have oil AND gas AND agro AND minerals AND anything else.
But because of the sanctions, Russia CANNOT take dollars (or euros) for sales of their commodities.
Mar 24 • 10 tweets • 3 min read
About James Vasquez:
He was not just a fraud—though he did take $3 million from donations, monies whose whereabouts are unknown.
But as I showed in my video last April, Vasquez was clearly a part of a Kiev/Washington propaganda effort.
As I showed in the video, Vasquez stood with destroyed “Russian tanks”—actually UA tanks—pretending to have destroyed them with UA soldiers.
In the same location, other propaganda videos were recorded—as I also proved.
So Vasquez obviously had support from the Kiev regime.
Mar 21 • 10 tweets • 3 min read
What is this US Govt. and Media obsession with insisting that Russia’s a “junior partner” to China? That Russia could not survive without China?
I think it’s a coordinate effort to paint China as the “final boss” for the upcoming Sino-American War.
First off, the Financial Times’ @ftworldnews portrayal of Russia being industrially empty, relying solely on China for everything that is not a commodity, is absurd—demonstrably untrue.
Russia has a huge industrial base—unlike the West, whose industry is hollowed out.
Why aren't Bitcoin and crypto-currencies safe from an IRL bank-run, financial crisis, and stock/bond market crash?
Simple: The majority of crypto holders and a significant number of major holders view them as a short- to medium-term speculative yield opportunity.
Because of low yields over the past 15 years, investors have been chasing riskier asset classes, in the pursuit of yields.
Before cryptos, they were into junk and emerging markets.
These parvenue crypto holders do not seriously think they are an alternative currency.
Mar 8 • 6 tweets • 2 min read
Within 12 hours, both @nytimes & @washingtonpost published long articles claiming that a Ukrainian group blew up the Nord Stream pipeline.
German media picked it up.
Now the German defense minister is threatening to withdraw support for Kiev.
The Germans are going to use the terrorist attack against their infrastructure as the excuse to pull out of the Ukraine project.
Olaf Scholtz went to the US to tell Biden: Either YOU blame Ukraine so we can pull our support for Ukraine—or WE blame YOU and pull out of NATO.
Mar 1 • 6 tweets • 2 min read
This is the full piece that aired on RT, about John McIntyre, an American foreign fighter who spent a year in combat for the Zelensky regime, before defecting to Russia. It’s 17 minutes long, but worth the time.
His video evidence is compelling. He clearly was fighting in country.
He alleges torture/murder of Russian POW’s.
He alleges widespread corruption, significant amounts of Western provided weapons being stolen by AFU and sold on the black market.
Feb 20 • 17 tweets • 4 min read
Re. ChatGPT and AI generally: Has anyone wondered about its effects on a “post-industrial” service-oriented society?
I think it’ll lead to Eloi and Morlocks in Western society: A tiny minority of well-off hedonists—and a vast underclass of wage-slaves barely surviving.
The idea of Globalization was to offshore heavy industry to low-wage countries—so that high-wage countries could improve GDP by concentrating on more high value-added industries.
This destroyed factories in the West—and the skilled and semi-skilled jobs at those factories.
Feb 18 • 17 tweets • 4 min read
The whole GATE conspiracy theory has deeply intrigued me since I first heard about it a year or so ago.
Growing up in SoCal in the early ’70’s, I went to several gifted programs, in preschool, kindergarten and first grade, until we moved to Chile and they were interrupted.