He’s not just a sociopath. He also hates democracy and voters

The Russians are dying … it’s the best money we’ve ever spent.”
Russia issues arrest warrant for Senator Lindsey Graham over Ukraine comments.

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35 Responses to He’s not just a sociopath. He also hates democracy and voters

  1. Lee says:

    You have to wonder if he is personally profiting from the war.

    Anyway, he is a warmonger.

  2. NFA says:

    He is exhibit #1 of the USA Legislative Lobby System corruption that ‘clever dicks’ have formalised into our Australian Parliamentary ‘system’.

    If we ever get a Parliament that represents Australians we need to eliminate the Not-for-Profit Income Taxation category in its entirety as it provides a ‘slush fund’ facade for International money to adversely influence our legal system.

  3. Perplexed of Brisbane says:

    Fair’s fair. He doesn’t care about American men dying either.

  4. Petros says:

    I’ve started asking pro-war friends if they would change their minds if their adult children were conscripted. They usually go silent then as they had not thought of such a consequence. This is the fundamental problem. We are prudent and base our concerns on historical precedents. They are not and have a very limited understanding of history. Can we start a funding campaign to send Lindsay Graham’s offspring to the front line?

  5. NFA says:

    He’s Liz Cheney in ‘drag’.

  6. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    The Russians ain’t too happy with him!

    Russia Issues Arrest Warrant for U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham over Ukraine Comments (29 May)

    Russian state media chief calls for assassination of Lindsey Graham (29 May)

    Maybe he should start checking his drinks with a geiger counter.

  7. John Brumble says:

    “ pro-war friends”

    Oh, There’s no Russian troops in Ukraine anymore? Wow. Great news. /s

    Or maybe don’t be so dishonest in your labelling.

  8. dover_beach says:

    He has an inordinant interest in Ukraine. Here’s Graham with McClain in Ukraine in 2016.

  9. Franx says:

    Contrary to the headline and the content, the Russian comment reported in the Israeli 7 news does not call for an assassination of Graham. Still, from hereon in, the lie will be a catch cry in many reports. No condemnation so far of the Ukranian Myrotvorets, though.

  10. Franx says:

    Thanks, Dover. Revealing link. Graham’s gall against Russia appears now all the more bitter given the thwarting of his gang’s 2017 warmongering intentions.

  11. Crusader says:

    CL leaps to the defence of “God-fearing” child murderer, brutal murderer of democratic opponents and all round criminal.

  12. Boambee John says:


    Still hot for perpetual war? When are you going to Ukraine to join the fight?

  13. Fat Tony says:

    CL leaps to the defence of “God-fearing” child murderer, brutal murderer of democratic opponents and all round criminal.

    Crusader – CL is not defending Zelensky or Lindsey Graham.
    Learn to read.

  14. Franx says:

    Predictable – arrives sans argument but with one ad hom after another, fixated against one particular man.

  15. Buccaneer says:

    Crusader wants everyone here to go back to the approved talking points, no analysis, no argument, just empty verbiage designed to stop curiosity. Don’t bring up Ukrainian corruption, that’s inconvenient, don’t bring up the Azov battalion, don’t bring up Nato going back on commitments to not expand into former soviet territories, don’t discuss logistics or history and never admit that Putin (Hitler- Beelzebub) might make a salient argument. Also never admit that the people on this blog might think the war in Ukraine was a mistake by Putin and an abomination but one that might have been avoided by better diplomacy from the feckless Biden admin.

    After the abject failure of Afghanistan a prudent leader might have been more circumspect in writing blank cheques for Ukraine, not Sleepy Joe.

    What many of these analysts failed to recognize, however, is that Russia has vastly more capacity to make war, both in terms of material and personnel, and therefore has the capacity to absorb enormous losses and still remain viable. Further, Russian history is replete with examples of starting out poorly in wars, suffering large casualties, and then recovering to turn the tide. Ukraine, on the other hand, has significantly fewer resources or troops and therefore has less room for error.

    The whole Ukraine situation has been a revert to colonial era perpetual conflict in Europe, a situation we all had hoped our leaders had moved on from. Putin holds plenty of misconceptions and a goodly part of the blame for the situation. What are our leaders doing to stop the killing and find an enduring solution, well they seem to be throwing fuel on the fire.

  16. Crusader says:

    Well, Putin has invaded a neighbour. His military has systematically bombed civilians residences, schools and hospitals. His troops have been engaged with a private army that has employed large numbers of people from jail. Russia’s military effort has been very poor in large part because Putin and his cronies stole the military budget. There have been very large numbers of instances of attacks on civilians by Russian military. Putin has murdered and jailed people who oppose him politically. Putin has implied the use of nuclear weapons. On the other hand, Ukraine elected a government. The government sought, but failed, to join the EU. Ukraine did not join NATO and its people previously did not like the idea. As a result of invasion, two Russian neighbours – Finland and Sweden – both previously uninterested, joined NATO.

  17. Buccaneer says:

    That’s the sum total of your contribution Crusader? That’s it? So you’ve been smearing people here on the basis of that summation?

    Ukrainian government forces used cluster munitions in populated areas in Donetsk city in early October 2014, Human Rights Watch said today. The use of cluster munitions in populated areas violates the laws of war due to the indiscriminate nature of the weapon and may amount to war crimes.

    Eleven Ukrainian political parties have been suspended because of their links with Russia, according to the Ukrainian president,

    I suppose you will tell us Human Rights Watch and the Guardian are puppets of Putin too. You are a tool who simply regurgitates lame talking points with little evidence and zero curiosity.

    Stop smearing people here and back up your verbiage with evidence and logic.

  18. Nix says:

    Bucco: you are as sharp as a bag of hammers.

  19. NFA says:

    peddle your clown car faster crusada nix…

  20. Buccaneer says:

    From a person that is so unaware of how stupid their comments are Nix, I’ll take that as a compliment. Clearly, you’re too dumb to do anything more than a brittle schoolboy insult.

  21. Nix says:

    I see that Tara Reade has turned up on Moscow TV, accompanied by a Russian spy.

  22. NFA says:

    brrrmmm brrrmmm goes crusada nix as he peddles his clown car as fast as he can.

    Biden Assault Accuser Seeks Asylum in Russia – Blames US for Nordstream Pipeline Explosion

  23. Buccaneer says:

    Beleive all women. err, except the ones you don’t want to…

  24. Crusader says:

    Buccaneer: each of my points is factual. You apparently don’t have anything to contradict them. In which case you are, like many here, full of garbage, bile and nonsense.

  25. Buccaneer says:

    Hey, numpty, I provided links that prove your assessment is cockeyed, you’ve provided no evidence to back up any of your assertions and even if you do it makes absolutely no difference. You’ve constantly tried to somehow tie Putin’s actions to people here commenting on how only one side is scrutinised while the other gets a free pass. We all want the killing to stop, you just want endless and futile war for someone else’s homeland, sad.

    You haven’t rebutted a single argument. You are simply too dumb to make a coherent point. All you do is use childish smears.

  26. Nix says:

    Bucco: boo hoo. Peddling Putin propaganda is hard work. And I just love the peacenik angle when your buddy is murdering families in their homes.

  27. Buccaneer says:

    Nits, you really are the dumbest troll I’ve ever seen. You’re telling the world human rights watch and the guardian are Putin propaganda.

  28. Tel says:

    Has anyone met this guy called Trampo?

    He’s an incredible dope … thinks electricity prices are going down because of cheap solar … he also repeats whatever leftist talking point he picked up most recently. Doesn’t post here much lately, but the completely different guys who came right after Trampo left, are dopey in much the same way. Could be something deeper happening … golly!

  29. Boambee John says:

    Has Crusader/Nix yet provided a single link to any statements by other commenters proclaiming their lurrrrrve for Putin, or is he still plucking random thoughts from his backside?

  30. Crusader says:

    BJ: I really enjoy the cute tactic. First you employ propaganda. Then deny you are party to it. “Really, I was just taking….” or “So when I say I love what Putin says I didn’t;’t mean murdering kids in Ukraine”. It’s just so convincing.

  31. Buccaneer says:

    Crusader, you keep verballing people. Prove your accusation that there is propaganda being employed in this thread. We’ve provided actual rebuttals of some of your points suggesting the only person here repeating propaganda is you.

  32. Nix says:

    Look at the top, hammers. It’s the usual pissant Putin prose.

  33. Buccaneer says:

    Oh look, Nits knows how to spell prose, did you bother to ask yourself if propaganda counts as prose? Why do you come here to keep getting shamed?

  34. Boambee John says:


    Still unable to provide links? Just your usual verballing. Cute avoidance tactic.

  35. Boambee John says:


    He thinks “prose” is the plural of presstitutes.

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