Putin Has Rejected Anti-Human Eco-Miserabilism, Nuclear Fusion Is a Priority for Russia

Russia has no use for the pessimistic (and elitist) Malthusianism of the West

Progress, including in the sense of reducing the impact on the environment, means going from fuels of a lower energy density to fuels with a greater energy density, not the other way around

At a July 9 speech to the 2nd Global Manufacturing and Industrialization Summit in Yekaterinburg [Text is from July, 2019], Russia, President Putin presented a brilliant intervention into the visionless anti-growth (and anti-human) ethic characteristic of the neo-liberal world order when he made Russia’s leadership in fusion energy a national priority.

Speaking to 2500 representative from the public and private sector, President Putin laid out the paradox of humanity’s need for development which has often come at the expense of the health of the biosphere by saying: “It is not yet clear how to combine long term development and production build up while preserving nature and high living standards”. [Actually nuclear offers a straightforward solution that for some reason (loss of purpose??) is rejected out of hand by the eco brigades.]

Attacking the anti-growth technocrats who are promoting a halt to progress and decrease of the world population, Putin said “it comes down to appeals to give up progress which will make it possible at best to perpetuate the situation and create local well-being for a select few. At the same time, millions of people will have to settle for what they have today, or it would be more appropriate to say what they don’t have today: access to clean water, food, education and other basics of civilization”.

Separating himself from that cynical worldview, Putin stated “it is impossible and pointless to try to stop human progress. The question is; which base can this progress realistically be built upon to achieve the millennium development goals set by the United Nations?” Answering his own question, Putin laid out the important role of fusion power as the foundation for a harmonization between the realm of nature (the biosphere) and the realm of creative reason (the technosphere):

“super-efficient scientific, engineering and manufacturing solutions will help us establish a balance between the biosphere and the technosphere… fusion energy which in fact is similar to how heat and light are produced in our star, the sun, is an example of such nature-like technologies.”

Putin went onto describe the driving role of the Kurchatov Institute which has already begun a project on a fission-fusion hybrid reactors which will be operational by 2020 and its role in driving advanced science which will be a creative force for the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) program in France which is scheduled to go online with its first plasma by 2025.

The Recovery of a Forgotten Paradigm

Once upon a time, such speeches as Putin’s were a common thing in the west as scientific/technological progress was recognized as civilization’s basis of existence.

That was before the “new morality” was created in the wake of the 1968 sex-drugs-rock and roll counterculture. The “old obsolete paradigm of the nuclear family” which Woodstock sought to replace recognized the simple truth that “since we will all someday be dead, what good is our lives if we have not left something better for our children and those yet unborn?” This was the foundation for the faith in scientific and technological progress that animated mankind’s combat against fascism in WWII and the launching of humanity out of its limits by exploring space and the secrets of the atom.

Atomic Energy Commission Chairman Lewis Strauss expressed this ethic brilliantly in 1958 when he said: “I hope to live long enough to see the same natural force which powers the hydrogen bomb tamed for peaceful purposes. A breakthrough could come tomorrow as well as a decade hence. Out of our laboratories may come a discovery as important as the Promethean taming of fire.”

Why have we not yet attained fusion?

The valid question yet remains: If statesmen and policy makers dominant during the post-WWII years believed in fusion power so deeply, why did we not attain those lofty objectives set down as national goals for fusion by the 1980s or earlier?

The simplest way to say it is that the Malthusians won.

The 1970s saw the west suffer a subtle coup d’état with the elimination of all nationalist leaders committed to defending their populations from the re-emergence of a financial oligarchy which had only recently failed to achieve world domination under Hitler and Mussolini. After the last bastion of resistance to this coup was killed with the murder of Bobby Kennedy and MLK in 1968, non-governmental organizations were quickly formed to usher in a new ethic under the rubric of the 1001 Club, Club of Rome, and World Wildlife Fund. These organizations were stacked with former eugenicists and imperialists like Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands (founder of 1001 Nature Trust and Bilderberg Group), his friend Prince Philip Mountbatten, and Sir Julian Huxley. All three oligarchs were co-founders of the World Wildlife Fund.

These groups funded a new “science of limits” in order to promote the idea that mankind’s biggest threat was mankind itself rather than scarcity, war, famine or any other by-product of imperialism as was previously believed. Prince Philip embodied this elitist ethic unabashedly when he said in 1980 “Human population growth is probably the single most serious long-term threat to survival. We’re in for a major disaster if it isn’t curbed…We have no option.”

One early Malthusian who gained control of US policy making during this period was Henry Kissinger who moved the USA away from a policy of assisting former colonies’ desire for industrial progress and towards a policy of “population control” under his NSSM 200 Report of 1974 which said:

“The U.S. economy will require large and increasing amounts of minerals from abroad, especially from less developed countries. That fact gives the U.S. enhanced interest in the political, economic, and social stability of the supplying countries. Wherever a lessening of population pressures through reduced birth rates can increase the prospects for such stability, population policy becomes relevant to resource supplies and to the economic interests of the United States… Although population pressure is obviously not the only factor involved, these types of frustrations are much less likely under conditions of slow or zero population growth.”

Kissinger was joined by another Malthusian named George Bush Sr., then a congressman chairing a Task Force on Earth, Resources and Population who said on July 8, 1970:

“It is almost self-evident that the greater the human population, the greater the demands for natural resources… The paramount question deals with an optimum human population. How many is too many people in relation to available resources? Many believe that our current environmental problems indicate that the optimum level has been surpassed.”

As Sir Kissinger and Sir Bush (knighted in 1995 and 1993 respectively) re-wired America towards an aggressive anti-growth foreign policy for third world countries, a policy of de-industrialization was underway within America itself as the productive machine tool sector and small/medium agro-industrial system was being dismantled in preparation for an age of neo-liberal globalization.

To ensure that the new ethic of “adapting to limits” rather than attempting to transcend those limits with new discoveries was maintained, such programs as the Apollo space program were cancelled for “budgetary reasons” followed soon thereafter by a conscious undermining of the ambitious fusion energy programs which had been unleashed during the 1950s and whose budget had risen from $114 million in 1958 to $140 million by 1968.

The budget would continue to rise with record breaking achievements led by Princeton’s Plasma Physics Laboratory which broke the 44 million degree mark to initiate fusion in 1978 and broke international records by achieving a 200 million degree plasma by 1986. Working alongside the Fusion Energy Foundation, an organization started by American economist Lyndon LaRouche, Congressman Mike McCormack (D-WA) led the passage of a Bill in the House and Senate making fusion energy a national priority for the USA in 1979.

Rather than fund fusion and encourage the construction of new designs and prototypes so necessary to this transformation of society, the opposite occurred, as a systemic underfunding, and collapse of vision led to a demoralization of nuclear scientists who could not carry out their experiments. Quitting his job as Director of Fusion of the US Department of Energy in protest of the sabotage, Ed Kintner said this “leaves the fusion program without a strategic backbone—it is a collection of individual projects and activities without a defined mission or timetable… The plan to increase industry involvement in fusion development is postponed indefinitely, and the industrial and economic benefits of high-technology spin-offs, surely an increasingly important by-product of an accelerated fusion technology program, will be lost.”

Indicative of the dishonest philosophy used to justify America’s rejection of fusion research, one of the fathers of the neo-Malthusian revival Paul Ehrlich who authored the Population Bomb in 1968 said in a 1989 interview that providing cheap, abundant energy to humanity was “like giving a machine gun to an idiot child”.

A disciple and co-author of Ehrlich who went onto become “Science Czar” under Barak Obama was biologist John Holdren who wrote in 1969: 

“The decision for population control will be opposed by growth-minded economists and businessmen, by nationalistic statesmen, by zealous religious leaders, and by the myopic and well-fed of every description. It is therefore incumbent on all who sense the limitations of technology and the fragility of the environmental balance to make themselves heard above the hollow, optimistic chorus—to convince society and its leaders that there is no alternative but the cessation of our irresponsible, all-demanding, and all-consuming population growth.”

The Imminent Death of Malthusianism

President Putin has recently made the point during a June 27 interview with the Financial Times that the neo-liberal order which has defined the west over the past several decades is obsolete. With his strong support for fusion power and a return to a global industrial growth policy alongside China’s Belt and Road Initiative, President Putin has clearly identified the neo-Malthusian worldview as interwoven into the fabric of liberalism. Just as liberalism denies objective principled truths in favor of popular opinion, neo-Malthusianism can only thrive when a “consensus” of pessimism blinds its victims to the truth of humanity’s natural ability to make constant willful discoveries and translate said discoveries into new technologies that bring our species into ever greater states of potential (material, moral and cognitive).

While the Malthusian animal is committed to the belief that humanity may only adapt to scarcity under a closed system of fixed resources managed by privileged elites, humanists, like Putin and Xi Jinping, recognize that mankind’s nature is found not in the flesh, but in the powers of mind which characterize us as a unique species capable of making unending discoveries in a growing creative universe which can be characterized in the same manner that Beethoven described his music: as rigorous as it is free.

This simple statement reflects a powerful truth which liberals and Malthusians cannot stand: The universe’s natural power of creative change — discoverable by the matured power of creative reason allows for the co-existence of lawfulness and freedom under the sole condition that we harmonize our wills and reason to a love of truth and our fellow beings.

Source: Strategic Culture Foundation

  1. Roger Bratt says

    The last I heard about Fusion was the Shiva program at Lawrence Livermore.

    Drop a glass coated container with Deuterium, and smack it with a super intense laser beam. The goal is to create heating that causes fusion.

    Now they have Tokamak’s, the donut (toroid) shaped reactors.


    The good news – all that graphite manufacturing technology has a second use, for building stealth air-frame parts for the Russian military.

    I would say, they already got fusion to work. It’s 93 million miles away. It’s called the Sun.

  2. Nick Rhynes says

    On a side note, Anti-Empire will probably run 90% putin stories now. 54 comments, lol.

    Ooops, 62

  3. cechas vodobenikov says

    USA—the most corrupt nation on the planet, per Prof Juan Cole….Sacvan Bercovitch described the USA as “the ultimate trickster’s paradise”….that 2/3 of the lawyers on earth live is the USA is one of many proofs.
    the radical Russian poet, V Belinsky observed in the 1800’s that “Tsarist Russia is more free and just than amerika where corporations rule and robbery and thievery is made official”. In the USA corporations r people—naturally they have incarcerated many in their prisons

    1. tapatio says

      I might argue with Professor Cole over what state is most corrupt. The US is corrupt largely due to the influence of one cult-ure, from Hamilton’s ‘United States Bank’ to today’s Federal Reserve, both Rothschild owned.

      That cult-ure’s own political entity, Israel, appears to me to be the most corrupt, criminal state on Earth, overshadowing Amin’s Uganda, Hitler’s Germany or any previous attempt at evil.

  4. MaltaHawk says

    Puțin & Zi Jinping as Great Humanists.
    Is this a sadistic joke or what?

    1. tapatio says

      Far, far better than the Rothschild puppets that run the West……….

  5. Frank Williams says

    “mankind’s combat against fascism in WWII” okay, more BS…why would anybody, other than communists, want to combat fascism? Does the “author of this article even know what fascism (the movement towards conservatism and nationalism and away from radicalism and NWO) means? Apparently not. Just another bird brain parroting post wwii anti-white kosher rhetoric.

    1. XRGRSF says

      Frank, they have no idea what fascism is, and they are unaware that the symbol of fascism is displayed in the U$ Senate, on U$ coins, and on the seal of the Knights of Columbus, to name a few. As we know it goes back to ancient Rome, and symbolizes strength in unity. E Pluribus Unum is on U$ coins, and currency: Out of many, one; as in united we stand.

    2. tapatio says

      Please make an effort to use a dictionary before your bouts of keyboard diarrhea.

      Fascism: a political philosophy, movement, or regime (such as that of the Fascisti) that exalts nation and often race above the individual and that stands for a centralized autocratic government headed by a dictatorial leader, severe economic and social regimentation, and forcible suppression of opposition
      2 : a tendency toward or actual exercise of strong autocratic or dictatorial control

      1. XRGRSF says

        Tapatio, do me a favor, and for the betterment of all, clean up your act. Your first sentence was rude, insulting, and pointless, but worse than that it detracted from your message. I admit that I don’t agree with much that you write, but your opinion will be better received without your frequent dose of rancor.

        1. tapatio says

          I know. I’m old and crabby and I despise this white-whining. I’ll try to be a bit sweeter.

    3. Ceiling Cat says

      Russia doesnt want to be “white”. It is another Amerimutt wannabe massive state.
      Just another side of the same empire coin. They also have the highest AIDS and Abortion rate outside of Africa, which is quite something.

      1. Nick Rhynes says

        One sure way to get down-voted to oblivion and shunned generally here- say something, anything, negative about russia, lol

  6. cechas vodobenikov says

    one must merely read comments below to reassure yourself that amerikans r primitive, rascist and stupid

  7. Michael says

    Not only America refused to share her technology for the benefit of all mankind (One small step for Man one giant step for Mankind Indeed) but spent trillions waging wars! Terrible brutal wars across Asia, South America and Africa.
    -It was due to President Clinton that the Khmer Rouge got a voice in the UN. while they were killing 2 million Cambodians. It was the Viet Cong that ended the Khmer Rouge and for that America sought punishment against Vietnam.
    -America’s bombing of Laos was so intense I have to quote this:
    “From 1964 to 1973, the U.S. dropped more than two million tons of ordnance on Laos during 580,000 bombing missions—equal to a planeload of bombs every 8 minutes, 24-hours a day, for 9 years – making Laos the most heavily bombed country per capita in history.”
    -America waged wars in Korea, Vietnam, the ME, Africa and the CIA was instrumental in various operations across South America such as Operation Condor to the Iran Contra Affair. They resulted in killing leaders, overturning governments, funding civil unrests and sanctioning economies.
    over 20 million were killed by the American army in 37 victim nations from 45 to 89 and again from 2000 to 2019 well over a million have died in the ME due to those wars.

    America and Europe stood silent in the genocidal deaths from Bangladesh, Cambodia to Rwanda not lifting a finger to invest and change those societies for the better.

    HOW DARE does America or Europe stand in the way of developing world to achieve first world standards?

    1. Nick Rhynes says

      I had to do a quick search on the tonnage of bombs dropped. I find an Aljazeera article but everything else linked back to it. Quick search before I head out.

      You have any other sources? Not doubting you but it does seem like an extraordinary amount. I don’t pretend to know how air raids are constituted so it may be a real number. Shocking if correct.

      1. HJKkhjgskl Jpslxdlxf says

        There’s Obama’s speech during his state visit to Laos where he stated:
        “Over nine years — from 1964 to 1973 — the United States dropped more than two million tons of bombs here in Laos — more than we dropped on Germany and Japan combined during all of World War II. It made Laos, per person, the most heavily bombed country in history.” https://obamawhitehouse.archives.gov/the-press-office/2016/09/06/remarks-president-obama-people-laos
        The rest of the claim seems to be a simple division of that number by the number of hours in 9 years. Of course “a planeload of bombs every 9 minutes” seems to be (for dramatic effect) counted in smaller planes, say an F-100 with 3 ton payload and not in B-52s with over 30 t payload, but still very impressive efficiency for an undeclared war against civilians of a neutral country.

        1. Nick Rhynes says

          Good find, thanks!

      2. Michael says

        I googled “Laos the most bombed nation” and it came up in Google as a statistic which I copied and pasted. I could not find it in Wiki or any other sources but I knew about the bombing of Laos long before the internet. It seems to be a bit of information that Wiki leaves out.

        1. Nick Rhynes says

          Yea, the way you stated it really hits home though. It doesn’t seem an unreasonable number now that I think about it.

          1. Michael says

            I did not state it, I copied it. I just Googled “Laos most bombed country” and got the quote and found the link. Here is the link

  8. Michael says

    Thank God for Putin. the Western world became developed through the exploitative practices of the Colonial Empires where the regions under rule supplied the raw material and even the slave workforce (as in the case of Africa) for Europe’s industrial revolution to take hold and change societies.

    But after World War 2 when these Empires collapsed they abandoned the lands they once held, often manipulating the politics of those regions to their advantage. From 1945 to the end of the 20th century America and Europe coveted their technology, refusing to share it with the developing world whose economic and social crisis was by and large their making. They refused to invest the billions needed to uplift these lands they once exploited.

    Now that their population is aging, their economies have matured reaching the highest levels of development and now that they see an ocean of youth coming up in the devleloping world ready to transform their lands into developed societies and now that
    China is actually and truly investing billions to transform the developing world, this selfish self centered envious first world throws a monkey wrench into the works to sabotage growth and maintain their racist stand that only white people can make progress. This was eloquently stated by Trump’s racist slurs on Africa.

  9. thomas malthaus says


    Vesti Special Report–Samara Oblast

  10. stevek9 says

    I certainly am a believer in progress, and a strong supporter for many years of nuclear power. But, you and Putin are wrong about ‘fusion’. I was very excited reading about fusion when I was a teenager, in fact I became a Scientist (Chemical Physics). I read that article … in 1968. Fusion may or may not happen (it’s been coming since that article … 50 years, with virtually no progress), but it’s irrelevant.

    Fission is here and it can supply limitless energy into the unimaginable future. All the science is known, it’s just a matter of doing the engineering and making choices (there are many approaches). The clearest road to an advance are fast reactors using uranium or thermal reactors using thorium. Both make full use of the fuel.

    That table you have shows the current energy derived by fission reactors, but you can multiply that by a factor of 100 for these advanced technologies. The science was done in the 60’s … we know what to do. In fact, Russia is the leader in fast-neutron reactor development (for example the BN800), and they have a project called ‘Proryv’ or breakthrough that is designed to make full use of mined uranium. If you want to praise Russia that is the effort to note.

    1. CHUCKMAN says


      I’ve noted the lack of progress in fusion over the years, but projects do keep coming.

      There’s a very large one under construction in France. I don’t know whether it involves any new approaches.

      I very much agree that the best fission represents out best current option, but people will not want to forget about possibilities.

      After all, that’s what science is much concerned with, the possibilities.

      1. CHUCKMAN says

        Note fro Wikipedia:

        China’s first commercial-scale, 800 MWe, fast neutron reactor, to be situated near Sanming city in Fujian province will be based upon the BN-800. In 2009, an agreement was signed that would entail the Russian BN-800 reactor design to be sold to the PRC once it is completed, this would be the first time commercial-scale fast neutron reactors have ever been exported.[

  11. Michael says

    We are closer to nuclear Fusion than ever before. In 2018 China created an artificial sun that was 6 times hotter than our sun or 100 million degrees centigrade. China maintained that temperature for several minutes breaking every record. That is the first genuine step towards a sustained Fusion reaction

  12. Canosin says

    humanity can only progress and thrive……when it gets rid once and for all of the perverted liberals and followers of the judeo-evangelicals and Zionists……eradicates all those insane elitist consisting of: Malthusians….Darwinists…..Oligarchs….Chosenites….European Royals….Catholic Church and its institutions….all the corrupt political parties in the western hemisphere….ending the predominance of the inhuman predatory capitalism in the USA and consequently all around the world where the capitalists hold extreme power over the populations…especially in the third and fourth world…..ending the exploitation of their natural resources….with education as the only way for mankind’s progress

    1. Nick Rhynes says

      No corruption in russsia or China or Ukraine or India or….

      1. XRGRSF says

        I don’t live in those countries, and none of them are meddling in global events. Unfortunately the U$, and the West in general is.

        1. Nick Rhynes says

          I don’t live in those countries either but it doesn’t stop me from seeing russia meddling in Ukraine, Syria and others; China imposing their will on neighbors with construction of S.China Sea artificial isles.

          America isn’t perfect, nor are they alone.

          1. XRGRSF says

            Russia stopped a U$ instigated blood bath in Ukraine, Syria, and others, and what China does in the China Sea is China’s business; maritime commerce flows as usual, and without US interference. You’re new on this forum so how about a little advice. Most of the people involved are intelligent, experienced, and well educated. If you want easy trolling you should stick to AOL of some such.

    2. CHUCKMAN says

      Sorry, that’s just bizarre language, and very dangerous.

      “Gets rid of”? as Stalin or Hitler did.

      Please, think about your words before you comment.

      1. Canosin says

        that’s utter nonsense…..or in other words…..your comment is just as good as bovine manure

  13. CHUCKMAN says

    Putin, along with Xi ,the greatest statesman of our entire era.

    But given the situation in the West with Millennialist fads and attitudes, his words resemble the words from the New Testament about “casting pearls before swine.”

    I admire Greta Thunberg’s courage in her beliefs, as I’m sure Putin would, but she is not well-informed nor widely educated in human affairs, and I disagree with much of what she says – rather too forcefully, so much so, she sometimes resembles Trump’s level of communication.

    1. tapatio says

      Greta Thunberg’s ability to communicate is a product of her autism and the fact that she is a kid. It’s her job to rub our adult noses in OUR stupidity – it’s OUR job to correct that stupidity.

    2. Andra Salzberg says

      Greta Thunberg is funded and manipulated by the Soros scum
      according to their corrupt agenda and has few ideas…if any…of her own.

  14. XRGRSF says

    I know I’ll be jumped on for this, but the biggest problem the world has is useless eaters, and until that problem is solved the problems of environmental conservation will continue to grow, and fester. The solution is simple: Don’t feed them.

    1. tapatio says
      1. XRGRSF says

        Damn, I hate to sound like Henry the K. However, I’ll tell you an amusing story about Henry. In 1973 I was an adviser to the 2nd Bn of the 1st brigade of the 1st ARVN Airborne Div. I had flown from Phu Bai to Saigon on a body bird to hook up with my command at Bien Hoa. After a seriously smelly ride my team, and I were laying up in the shade while waiting on transport. Suddenly the air was full of helicopters, and a big silver bird was on short final. Said bird landed, the door opened, and a dignitary stepped out, and started shaking hands. I carried an M-21 sniper rifle most of the time because I could us the 7.62mm tracers to better mark targets. I couldn’t tell who the dignitary was so I put the cross hairs on him just to find out. Low, and behold it was Henry the K. I then said to Mr. Ho, my number one, “SPOT ME !” at a mere 300 meters I could have put a round in a coffee cup, and Henry’s head was much larger than that. Mr. Ho got his binocular on target, and very firmly said, “NO, DON’T!” For the past 47 years I’ve wondered, what if?

        You agency types who’re reading this should ask old Henry if he felt it. While you’re at it you can contemplate the coincidence that who’re is merely an apostrophe away from whore.

        1. tapatio says

          Sad that you didn’t. He is still promoting horror in the name of the NWO today.

          I, on the other hand, never saw anybody during my 22 months in country. I was “admiral” (Lt JG) of a fleet of three PBRs on the Delta until I lost my eye.

        2. thomas malthaus says

          “For the past 47 years I’ve wondered, what if?”

          You, the 57,000 who came home in body bags, and the other 2 million who served.

        3. Garry Compton says

          Lima Charlie ami – good story – and you at least stayed a free man by not taking the shot .

  15. Trap Is Not Gay says

    Russia is the best country by far.

    1. XRGRSF says

      With the new open borders law that’s about to be passed by the Duma that isn’t going to last for long so enjoy it while you can.

      1. Nick Rhynes says

        Aren’t they starving for population growth?

        I wouldn’t imagine people are kicking down the door to enter an authoritarian country with a retirement age beyond the citizen’s life expectancy, lol.

        1. Trap Is Not Gay says

          America is controlled by Zionism, not Russia.

          Russia was made by the Russian for the Russian, this is freedom (not Zionism).

          It’s delusion calling a Zionist-owned country (USA) as “free”, and then calling a free country “authoritarian”.

          1. Nick Rhynes says

            How free were your elections? I read about a lot of protesting this past fall. No country is free if you can’t select your own representation.

            1. tapatio says

              How ‘free’ do you think we are with the RNC & DNC working hard to force us into a choice between Trump, Biden and Buttigieg – all three loyal boot-licks owned by the Rothschild family?

              The ONLY break-out candidate we have available is Bernie Sanders who stands the chance of a snowball in Hell of moving into the WH.

            2. Trap Is Not Gay says

              Bernie is a Jew himself, not just owned.

            3. Nick Rhynes says

              I agree to a point. We’re certainly less corrupt than russian elections though.

              I’m definitely worried about the fairnes of our upcoming elections. Filthy pig turtle head mcconnell is sitting on several election security measures. Probably so they can create more doubt should they lose.

              Fuggin filthy traitorous criminals, the lot of them.

        2. XRGRSF says

          Nick, do a reality check, and try again.

          1. Nick Rhynes says

            My bad, it is only russian males who have a life expectancy (65) shorter than their retirement age (67).

            The average life expectancy for all is 77.1

      2. Trap Is Not Gay says

        Fake news.

        1. XRGRSF says

          I hope so.

  16. Nick Rhynes says

    Russia and nuclear fusion, what could go wrong 😛

    Meh, I’ll believe it when I see it though I agre with the general sentiment that putin is the greatest strategist of our time.

    We got the orange clown, smh.

    1. XRGRSF says

      The Orange Clown just follows orders. If you have a gripe you should take it up with his handler, Jared Kushner.

      1. tapatio says

        Jared couldn’t handle Ivanka’s tushy. Stephen Miller is Trump’s handler – he even looks the part………….

        1. Canosin says

          that’s tough…..inappropriate……cpl. nonsense your comparison….and not even close……

          1. tapatio says

            There is a resemblance. I used it more for the behavioral comparison.

        2. Ceiling Cat says

          Muh nazi
          Get a fucking grip.
          Nazis importing cholo and anchor babies. Just listen to yourself.
          Vatniks really are just manure just like americans.

      2. Nick Rhynes says

        They sure got their man, don’t they?

        A greedy, self-absorbed, pathological liar, totally bereft of morals, backbone and character; ignorant, racist, bigoted and self-deluded. A total sleaze.

        1. XRGRSF says

          AKA, an American politician. Oh well, we are what we elect so it doesn’t say much for the electorate.

  17. Ceiling Cat says

    >muh fascism
    Bruh 😂😂😂😂

    How utterly pathetic Russians are…. this is why despite Putin you will never get out of that rut. God will punish you for communism. He already does.

    1. Ceiling Cat says

      You little vodka deformed rape babies can dislike all you want. You have the second highest abortion rate after Africa. How are you better than the degenerate amerimutts?

    2. tapatio says

      Communism = Nazism = Judaism = Fascism = Zionism

      1. CHUCKMAN says


        1. tapatio says

          Each of those cultural diseases is a product of one cultural disease, just as predatory capitalism, usury, etc.

          Each is designed to funnel all surplus into the oligarchy – an oligarchy that has been scrabbling for world domination for 3000+ years.

      2. Canosin says

        proves your lack of knowledge and / or education in history
        parroting propaganda….is cheap

        1. tapatio says

          Each of the cultural diseases I mentioned comes from one source – Judaism.

          1. Ceiling Cat says

            Kikes are pretty bad, but I dont see them forcing people into degeneracy at gunpoint yet.
            All of you brought this on yourselves.

    3. XRGRSF says

      Dude, communism is just an economic system, and in itself it doesn’t elicit divine retribution.

    4. Canosin says

      you’re right…..you’re utterly pathetic…..you’re in urgent need for a rewiring of your permanently empty skull…

      1. Nick Rhynes says

        Wait, what? The old, ‘I’m rubber and you’re glue’ defense, eh? Also, if his skull is permanently empty, how does he re-wire it?

        It’s nice to be nice 🙂

        1. Canosin says

          what a great chance……when empty means……you can start with some and try out if it’s working……if yes, you can go on……with some more grey cells…..

      2. Ceiling Cat says

        And there is nothing a subhuman commie descendant like you can do to realize that.
        Keep seething, slavic subhuman.

  18. Brion Adair says

    I’d say that if depopulation is needed it should be these Malthusian, Neoliberal, Elitists first. I’m sure we’d all be better off without them.

    1. XRGRSF says

      Yes, we would be much better off, and with them gone many of the world’s problems would solve themselves.

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