Turns out neo-cons can’t win a war with op-eds about Churchill

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12 Responses to Turns out neo-cons can’t win a war with op-eds about Churchill

  1. NoFixedAddress says:

    Presumably ‘their’ ASIO are rounding up Australian Garage Nastis and shipping them in with arms and munitions to support, bolster and ‘put some steel up em’ of the weak willed USA financed Nastis!

  2. NoFixedAddress says:

    Australian University ‘prefessers’ and their ‘students’ are no doubt heading to support Ukraine as we speak.

  3. Petros says:

    Bizarre how they think that lying is going to help in the long term. Yay we won the social media war but lost the country.

  4. Petros says:

    I’m wondering if the Russians captured someone important in Mariupol and that this has led to a sudden enlightenment of the Western MSM.

  5. Tel says:

    Egats … a hard rightwing ultra-MAGA blog posting up Glenn Greenwald.

    When did things go wrong?

    Stay tunes next week … Matt Taibbi at Rolling Stone Magazine calls George W Bush a warmonger and everyone acts surprised.

  6. Boambee John says:

    Tel

    Stay tunes next week … Matt Taibbi at Rolling Stone Magazine calls George W Bush a warmonger and everyone acts surprised.

    Picked up a book on the two level US “justice” system (a law for the rich and a harsher one for the poor) by Taibbi at a book fair recently. He seemed to be coming to the conclusion some years ago that many of the problems stem back to Bill Clinton, Obama and Holder. The book was published in 2014.

    I think the scales over his eyes might not be as opaque as they once were.

  7. C.L. says:

    Egats … a hard rightwing ultra-MAGA blog posting up Glenn Greenwald.

    When did things go wrong?

    2001-2021.

    Strange times. Bill Maher, for example, is now well to the right of the entire Australian establishment on transgenderism.

    As with so many other issues, the corporate/Big Tech/Twitter noise machine thought its mutually reinforcing opinions would, in time, create reality. That works when you’re standing over a Western populace vis-a-vis covid or pronouns. It doesn’t do anything to move a country like Russia.

  8. NoFixedAddress says:

    Nah… George Will do it for you.

    George Will on Biden’s ‘achievement’

  9. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Don’t believe either side’s partisan bloggers and twitterati. Focus on stuff like FIRMS fire data, unit sigint heat map data and mobile phone hotspot analysis. They’re the nearest to primary data, plus geolocated videos and photos. The geolocated stuff is a bit myopic but does give confirmation of actual locations, although time and date may be all over the place.

    That data says the Russians have concentrated every BTC they can possibly spare against the SD salient. Yet the advance is extremely slow and incremental, with no visible breakthroughs. The losses must be huge for both sides, approaching Somme levels given how much artillery is being used.

  10. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    BTG not BTC, sorry.

  11. John of Mel says:

    Maybe they move slowly to minimise losses among civilians, which Ukrainian forces use as their shield.

  12. Tel says:

    Seems it continues to escalate as bigger missiles are sent for the Ukraine govt to use against Russia.

    The losses must be huge for both sides, approaching Somme levels given how much artillery is being used.

    Tragic that many attempts to negotiate have failed, but now Putin is left embarrassed by earlier setbacks and determined to prove something … while the Ukrainian military extremists will not allow their civillian counterparts to give an inch. When you see something that makes no sense … who benefits?

    China I believe has done rather well out of this. They get full access to Russian oil and gas for the indeterminate future … presuming the escallation comes to a limit at some point.

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