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US Support For Taiwan

US Support For Taiwan—-

For the analysts of the upcoming conflict

between China and Taiwan—

the US pledges its support for Taiwan—

but it does not mention DEFENSE for Taiwan.

All the US can do is send material help in the form of

weapons, and provisions.

How the US will do this is one big problem

because it has to break through the siege

put up by China.

The US should stop using international conflicts

to divert its people from

 its upcoming financial woes.

It should also realize that it is draining up

its stockpile of munitions.

(Mama Pelosi has turned Taiwan

into a virtual island

all by herself!)



Pelosi’s Diplomatic Blunder

Mama Pelosis’s purported trip to Taiwan

is one diplomatic blunder of erroneous proportions.

I do not have to explain it

but if this does come to pass,

the US is actually trading off Hawaii

for Taiwan.

And the US has nothing to do with Taiwan.

Nobody has thought about it this way.

Not even China.

But it will eventually come to pass.

It will be Pearl Harbor again.

And again, the US aircraft carriers are away

on the prowl.

BTW, the POTUS is bucking for an aircraft carrier

to be named after him.

As all the US Presidents do.

And each breaks the international agreements

of the last President.

What would I have done were I Mama Pelosi?

Knowing oriental psychology

I would have gone to

visit China first 

and then Taiwan.

Everything can be ironed out at tea time.

Even bunions can be relieved at tea time.

With chestnuts instead of crumpets.

And since I would have been Speaker of the House

and not POTUS

I would not intend to break any agreement that is made

at tea time with chestnuts, not crumpets.

But of course, I would have then insisted afterwards

that I be nominated for the next Presidential Elections.

Cucurucucu  Cantaba!

Ayayayayay Paloma!

Broken Agreement

Another agreement broken by the West.

Who would believe them now?


The Minsk ceasefire deal, point by point

(Lifted from RT.Com)

Published time: February 12, 2015 12:01


Russian President Vladimir Putin (C) shakes hands with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko (R) during a meeting on February 11, 2015 in Minsk.(AFP Photo / Andrey Stasevich)



A glimpse of hope has appeared for peace in Ukraine after a 13-point memorandum was signed Thursday in Minsk.

The deal was brokered by the leaders of France, Germany and Russia, who joined their Ukrainian counterpart on Wednesday for marathon overnight negotiations.

The deal was signed by the so-called “contact group,” which includes the leaders of the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics, a representative of the OSCE, Ukraine’s former President Viktor Kuchma and the Russian ambassador to Ukraine.

Here is the breakdown of the deal:


  1. A comprehensive ceasefire in eastern Ukraine. Comes into force at 00.00 (Kiev time) on February 15.


  1. A pullout of heavy weapons. The parties agreed to a compromise disengagement line. Kiev is to pull artillery and other hardware from the current frontline while the rebels would do it from the frontline as it was in September, before they gained ground in a January counter-offensive. The OSCE-monitored safety zone would be 50 km to 150 km wide for weapons, depending on their range. The pullout is to be completed by March 1.


  1. The OSCE will use its drone fleet and monitors on the ground, as well as satellite images and radar data to ensure that both parties stick to the deal.


  1. Kiev and the rebels will negotiate the terms for future local elections in the rebel-held areas, which would bring them back into Ukraine’s legal framework. Kiev would adopt legislation on self-governance that would be acceptable for the self-proclaimed republics.


  1. Kiev will declare a general amnesty for the rebels.


  1. An exchange of all prisoners must be completed by the fifth day after full disengagement. That’s in 19 days, if the weapons pullback takes the full time provided for by the deal.


  1. Humanitarian aid convoys will be allowed full access to the needy in the war-affected areas. An international monitoring mechanism will be provided.


  1. Kiev will restore economic ties, social payments and banking services in the dissenting areas, which it cut earlier in response to the elections held by the self-proclaimed republics. Their respective governments will resume taxation and payment for utilities. This provision is subject for further negotiation.


  1. After the local elections are held in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions, Kiev is to restore control over their borders with Russia. The transition may take time, which would be needed for a comprehensive constitutional reform in Ukraine.


Line of vehicles at the Uspenka checkpoint in the Donetsk Region on the border between Ukraine and Russia.(RIA Novosti / John Trast)

  1. All foreign troops, heavy weapons and mercenaries are to be withdrawn from Ukraine. Illegal armed groups would be disarmed, but local authorities in Donetsk and Lugansk would be allowed to have legal militia units.


Victor Lenfa, commander of a French volunteer team fighting for the rebels in Eastern Ukraine.(Screenshot from RT video)

  1. Keiv will implement comprehensive constitutional reform by the end of the year, which would decentralize the Ukrainian political system and give privileges to Donetsk and Lugansk. The privileges include language self-determination, the freedom to appoint prosecutors and judges, and to establish economic ties with Russia.


Verkhovna Rada meeting.(RIA Novosti / Alexandr Maksimenko)

  1. The OSCE’s election monitors are to see that local elections in the self-proclaimed republics are up to international standards. The exact procedure for the elections is subject to further negotiations.


RIA Novosti / John Trast

  1. Talks between the “contact group” will be intensified in various ways.


The Minsk Club

Minsk Club


(and thusly did the Ukrainian War start)

Recline And Fall

And so does start

the Recline and Fall of Vox Americana

as the Russophobia starts its most potent

manifestation by using a proxy war.

Russia has now started to opt out of Western-sponsored

leagues and unions that impose obligations and rules

that are not adhered to by the West.

Pretty soon Russia will finally get out of the 

United Nations

which follows what America dictates.

Now my readers understand what I was saying before,

that the UN and Nato are irrelevant.

The Latin Americans are also starting to wake up.

And the Americans may soon be Couch Potatoes.

To prevent this situation

America is now under damage control

by lining up countries that can be under their 

sanction-umbrella with nary a whimper.

Quads are now up.

Next would be Quints and Squints.


They should be informed

that around here

when we speak of QUADS

we are referring to people

who are limp on four sides

as in Quadruplegics!

It does show 

in this Quad.



Sanctions, Sanctions, Sanctions

This website may not last the year.

Some sanctions are far-reaching.

But truth will reach farther,



USD Again Devalues

(I am still on the guessing side

as to how  many waves it would take for

the Russian response….

and I will decide the probability of WW III 

on next post after this). 

Meantime the country of Poland has now started

to buckle under the weight of caring for the millions

of unproductive Ukrainian refugees.

This is Biden’s problem,

and he has to put money where his mouth is.

This will cost him.

And more money has to be printed

by the Federal Reserve.

This further reduces the value

of the US Dollar.

And so, without even lifting a finger,

Putin has unwittingly dropped a sanction

over Biden’s head.

Of course, it has been a long time

since the Federal Reserve has provided information

about the real value of the US Dollar.

Oil’s Well

Biden is scooting all over the place

trying unabashedly to drum up oil

from people whom he drummed out before.

Maduro, Bin Salman, Ayatollah,—now he begs them.

This is after he banned oil imports from Russia.

Well, well!

But we in Canada has never forgotten

that the first thing he did when he got into power

is stop the Keystone Pipeline from entering the US

so that he can import oil from Russia.

This keystone pipeline

comes from the oil wells of Alberta.

It is now too late to provide Biden with oil from Canada.

Serves him right!

Ah, well,

Oil is well

that ends well.

Battle For The Information

So now the battle goes for access

to both information and disinformation.

And streaming video is used as a weapon.

How do you tell if the host is telling a fib?

The info is delivered as if it was practiced,

and the speaker is usually of the female gender,

who is all smiles.

Don’t trust males.

who can’t tell lies about their overtime work.

and speaks with a lower voice.

President Z. Flees


Both Russian Intel and Uke lawmakers verify

that Zelensky is in Poland

talking to the Americans.

How could he have sneaked out of Ukraine?

Wearing similar clothes as the Ukrainian negotiators,

he stole in across the Poland Belarus border.

Curiously enough,

one of the negotiators was tagged as a traitor,

and was killed afterwards.

The broadcasts of Zelensky is now done

indoors without the backdrop

of the Ukrainian buildings.

He has acquired Biden’s trick

of getting others to fight for him

while he pigs up.


Whoa! Forget about the leaflets.

The Uke Army has RPG’s

or those that were used in Afghanistan.

These are deadly.

A shift to night drones may do it

because they are quieter and have

night vision.

Anyway, the large number Ukrainians getting

humanitarian aid from the Russian convoys

caused the Special Op to pause

and it now has turned into a siege of West Ukraine.

This is not good for the Uke Army

because while they can get arms and weapons from

the Western World, they are unable to receive

provisions of food and medicine.

Any mercenary volunteers from the Western World

who seek to fight for the Uke Army

would start a suicidal enterprise.

It will not even be worthy of praise because

the Ukrainian citizens are being cared for

by the Russians as if they were Russian citizens.

And since Biden and the West started this war,

the damages in material and human lives will be

on the conscience of Biden and the Western World.

Talking about who is to blame,

the Americans should be blamed for the Maidan Massacre

and the Uke Army should be blamed for the Rape of Donbass.

And Putin?  He should be blamed for not protecting Donbass


The Maidan Mercenaries

There is no doubt there were mercenaries at Maidan, the former head of Ukraine’s security service, Aleksandr Yakimenko, says.

The violence on Maidan which caused almost 100 deaths was organized by some opposition leaders who poured Western money and resources into the coup, Yakimenko told the Russia-1 TV channel. Now Major General Alexander Yakimenko is in the top five of Maidan’s hit list. He made it to that list while he was still in his office in Kiev.

Q: How did you manage to escape?

Aleksandr Yakimenko: I am a Security Service officer.

Q: Where did those snipers come from?

AY: First shots were fired from the Philharmonic building. Maidan Commandant Parubiy was in charge of the building. On February 20, this building was used as a base by the snipers and people with automatic weapons. They basically covered those who were attacking the demoralized policemen running in panic, hunted down like animals. They were followed by armed people with different kinds of weapons. At that point, somebody opened fire at those who attacked the police, and some of them were killed. All this fire was coming from the Philharmonic building. After this first round of fire, about 20 people came out of this building – this was witnessed by many. These people wore special combat clothes and carried sniper rifle cases, as well as AKMs with scopes. There were witnesses, and not just our operatives, but also Maidan activists from Svoboda, Right Sector, Batkivshchyna, and UDAR.

The snipers split into two groups – 10 men each. The Security Service lost track of one of the groups. The other group took a position at the Ukraine hotel. Killings continued. In the beginning, when the shots were scattered, I was asked by Right Sector and Svoboda to mobilize a Special Forces unit and remove the snipers from the buildings.


AFP Photo / Sergei Supinsky

Q: They asked you?

AY: Yes, Right Sector and Svoboda. I was ready to do that, but I needed Parubiy’s [he is now now the Secretary of the National Security and Defence Council of Ukraine in the Turchinov-Yatsenyuk government] permission to enter Maidan. Otherwise our officers would’ve been attacked by the self-defense forces in the back. Parubiy didn’t give such permission. No weapons could be brought to Maidan without Parubiy’s permission. Hand guns, rifles, scopes – he had to agree to all of that. We had some intel about discharged Ukrainian army special forces participating in those activities. Some reports claimed that these were fighters from former Yugoslavia, as well as mercenaries from other countries.

Q: So you think they were mercenaries?

AY: No doubt. Parubiy removed himself from the picture. This affected the events of the last week. He joined Poroshenko. Gvozd, Malamuzh, and Gritsenko. These forces did what they were told by their bosses – the US. They basically lived in the embassy. They were there every day.

Q: Is it true that Nalivaichenko allowed the CIA agents to work in the Security Service building?

AY: Yes, that’s true. He also handed personal files of his own employees over to the CIA agents to study. But their mission was interrupted by an armed coup. The Maidan do not appoint these people; rather, it’s the US that does it. It’s enough to look at the newly appointed officials: Parubiy, Gvozd, Nalyvaichenko are all people who followed somebody else’s orders, the orders of the US, not even Europe. They are directly linked to the American intelligence. They sought to delay the negotiations and prevent the incumbent president from striking a deal with Russia and Russia from helping to prop up the social and economic order in Ukraine. After that they were planning to depose the president and integrate Ukraine into Europe, using Russian money. Who was troubled by the victory of the EU and the pro-integration forces? Only the US. It was the only country concerned over a possible alliance of Europe, Russia and Ukraine. The Customs Union and the connection between Russia and Ukraine did not sit well with their plans, either.

AFP Photo / Sergei Supinsky

They’d been doing it ever since Yushchenko was president, and we couldn’t get rid of them. Once we started to put pressure, they relocated to Poland, Latvia and Lithuania. The most interesting part is that many regional governments spent budget money to pay for the so-called vyshkoli, i.e. training camps for militants to fight with various types of weapons.

All the orders were given either by the US embassy or by Jan Tombinski, a Polish representative who worked in the EU mission in Kiev. Poland played an invaluable role in the coup. It has always dreamt of restoring its former power and the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.

Ever since the Maidan kicked off, our security service registered a dramatic increase in diplomatic correspondence coming in to various Western embassies in Kiev. There is one more mystery. Straight after this influx of correspondence we saw some foreign money at the Maidan and in Kiev exchange bureaus: the new, re-designed US dollar bank notes.

Q: So they were bringing in cash?

AY: Yes. Poroshenko, Firtash, Pinchuk – they all poured money into the Maidan. With all their assets in foreign banks, they found themselves trapped. So they had to follow orders from the West. All they were supposed to do was back the Maidan; otherwise they would have lost all their assets. They were thinking about their money rather than their own country. Unfortunately we couldn’t prevent the casualties, the people, mainly those who had come from the Western regions, were sent into the line of fire. The Maidan militants had left the barricades after the sniper fire started. But time will set the record straight.

The whole story has affected the Berkut guys, the Internal Troops, the Security Service, too. But ordinary Ukrainians have suffered as well. And I don’t think they should have sacrificed their lives for Yatsenyuk, Klitschko, Poroshenko and others to take their posts. Ukrainians have lots of patience. But one day they will run out of it and remove them from power. I hope that happens soon enough.




The World Droops

Tell me not in mournful numbers

the world is but an empty dream

for the souls is dead that slumbers

and life is not what it seems.

I did say in a number of times

that Nato is irrelevant,

also the UN is irrelevant.

it is starting to be realized.

The breakup of the United Nations has commenced.

Unwittingly the West is enabling this breakup

Members fear sanctions,

the loss of foreign aid,

and maybe both at the same time.

these members are influenced,

and but unknowingly coerced,

to make decisions that ostracize

another member, Russia.

If Russia drops its membership,

this will culminate in the breakup of the UN.

What then can Nato do?

It has been useless for the most part

of its existence.

If this is all about Ukraine’s joining Eu or Nato,

nothing could be worse for this country

and for the rest of the world.

It is a great possibility

that Ukraine will be scorched 

with nothing standing

and everything smoldering

not much to benefit

the rest of the Western world.

And if this Russian intrusion

turns to a large-scale conflagration,

be it known that this whole disaster

was started by President Biden

under the United Sanctions of America.

The Private Militia

Volodymyr Zelensky,

brave and bold,

appearing on TV

as the ultimate hero

who will save Ukraine.

But he has one fatal flaw 

in his governance—

he is unable to control the Army.

Consequently, private militias proliferated.

These are bands of armed, undisciplined.

military-style goons that bomb and snipe

at Russian residents of Donbass.

These are the specific targets

of Putin’s Special Operation.

This Operation was supposed to be

a large commando intrusion only.

But the Ukrainian military fired back,

so there go the Russian Heavy Weapons.

This has now become a war of attrition.

The West, notably the United Sanctions of America,

view this Operation as an Invasion,

not realizing that they have formed this conclusion

only on what has transpired days before.

They should have realized that this war of attrition

has been started eight years ago when the ethnic

cleansing of the Russians started.

But what do we really expect here?

This is a white man’s problem

requiring a white man’s solution.

This is going to get worse.

The West cannot join the fray inside Ukraine

because Ukraine is not yet a member of Nato.

So the West sent in arms and ammunition 

to help the Ukrainians.

These arms will now be given to the private militias

and that will make Putin decide that the Russian Army

has to remain longer in Ukraine to protect Donbass.

But again I say,

the solution is partitioning Ukraine.

Putin will destroy the ICBM’s

and repopulate Eastern Ukraine with Chechens.

As a passing remark, Eastern Ukraine 

has the best farm lands in that region.

And as a warning—World War II was started

when Hitler was braced against the wall

by the restrictions of the Treaty of Versailles.

And Japan was deprived of the oil supply for its

industries by an imports blockade.

So down goes Pearl Harbor.

Now the West is ganging up on Russia.

And for what? A brave and bold hero

that is an illegitimate President.

Russian Invasion?

This is what Biden was hoping for ;

Russian troops entering Eastern Ukraine.

And the rhetoric proceeds with gusto.

There is nothing good nor beneficial 

coming from joining the Ukrainian conflict.

It is none of Nato’s business,

excepting to  point a gun on Putin’s head

and tell him no power can come from Gazprom.

Ukraine is none of America;s business.

Unless there is something else on their agenda.

it is a good thing that this started without

some form of a protest.

Otherwise there will be more Maidan snipers

to dramatize the conflict.

This is not an invasion.

Similar to the Wehrmacht’s triumphant entry

into Sudetenland.

Nobody complained about this event

because most of the people are Germans.

Most of Donbas are Russians and they prefer

Russian protection from the Ukrainian bombardment.


Render unto Putin what is Putin’s.

Render unto Biden what is Biden’s

Starting now, and depending where it is coming from,

there will be conflicting reports about Ukraine.

(the hankering for fast food is too much)

The Ukrainian Split

No this is not a dance!

I am just saying that,

if Nato is still relevant,

it should seriously consider

splitting Ukraine into two—

Eastern and Western Ukraine.

Eastern Ukraine can join Nato,

if it is still relevant.

Of course Eastern Ukraine would present

a problem of governing

just like the Taliban’s problem

as regards Afghanistan.

Still, this would be the best solution,

considering that Putin will not let go

of the Kiev Tank Battle Memorial.

Incidentally, where in Ukraine did they say

Hunter Biden has stock investments in?

Wuuups! Apologies…

President Biden actually did not call PM Trudeau stupid.

It was former President Trump who called Trudeau a lunatic.

My mistake.

I never should have read Bloomberg fake news!

BILD publishes what it anticipates.

I apologize to President Biden for my mistake.

It shall not happen again.

I will never say that Biden is an ugly American.

Not when he combs his hair the right way.

The Ugly American

Joe Biden, The President of the United States,

and whose presidency is still being contested

by the former President of the United States,

has called The Prime Minister of Canada

STUPID on worlwide television.

Such “diplomacy” does not befit a President

and should not come from Biden.

He should have just said,

“one of us is stupid” showing the world

who the effing is stupid,

I am Canadian, and whether my Prime Minister

is stupid or not, he is still my Prime Minister

and I  shall again prove The UGLY  AMERICAN

just so you will not forget that GI JOE Biden

asked for it.

I will first show him the middle finger

but since we Canadians are the respectful lot

I shall show him the middle finger

while I scratch my nose with it

Stay tuned for more effing scratches.

RT under attack.

Whatever reasons they can think of

the Russian news network RT is under attack.

The first salvo is on RT De in the German Doytsland.

Next might be France, Italy, and so forth.

Either this has something to do with Ukraine

or the price of natural gas.

I watch RT, and Aljazeera, and CGTN

and a newcomer NHK of Japan.

These do not present fake news

and are very careful about opinion.


Word is that Bulgaria is not sending any troops to aid Ukraine.

Word is that Germany sends lots of helmets to aid the Ukrainian defense.

This is a funny gesture, even mocking,

because helmets may not protect against bombs.

But they do protect against Maidan snipers.

But why the sudden interest in Ukraine?

The reason is funnier.

As we shall soon see.

American Democracy II

I am not so sure about the format

I can render this topic with.

However, I can give you a hint

of what i would say.

THAT “all men” (not one man);

“for the people” (not for one man);

 are phrases that refer to the plural;

to a multitude,

and not to an individual.

American Democracy

Sorry for the long respite.

But this topic, Democracy in America,

is still in the works.

and its completion is being hampered

by arthritis of the toes,

(as if I type with my toes).

Remember that the Jan 6th riot

became the most watched show in town

and in all towns.

Now this show has become a comedy

and it is getting funnier every day.

What the hey!

I am finding out that this democracy,

practiced by the Champion of Democracy,

may not be called Democracy,

in the stricter sense of the word,

and that American Democracy 

is captioned wrongly.

(stay tuned, 5-g’s allowed)

The Afghan Withdrawal

This is the best decision of his career

that Biden would ever make.

America withdrew from the Vietnam War.

The results were similar to what is happening now

to the Afghans.

This people is politically indolent, lazy, and spoiled

and fully dependent upon the US for all their needs

including growing food for a living.

It will be good that the Taliban will finally learn

how to feed all the Afghans that they propose

to govern.

And the Americans will actually get rid of the problem

of wasting money and lives for the sake of the Afghans.


Sergeant York

Sergeant Alvin York was at war

with war itself.

Until he was enlightened.

He actually went to war

against his conscientious belief.

But he finally came around,

when he realized it was a matter

of life and death.

Unvaccinated Americans are at war

with the vaccine itself.

And like sergeant York

they too will come around.

Sergeant York.mp4

America in crisis

YUP! Actually in two crises.

One is the pandemic.

The other is the Republican obstructionists.

I suggest that they get Socrates to help in the pandemic.

And Demosthenes to help in the other.

These two are Greeks.

But that’s alright,

to most of us,

these crises are all Greek, anyway.