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Saturday, December 18, 2010

The Implacable Enemy

Colonel B. Bunny at Eternity Road links to this article by JR Nyquist; excerpt:

...There are enemies out there, and we are quite obviously embarrassed to admit that these enemies are Communist. One might even think, with such an admission, that we didn't win the Cold War; that Reagan failed to bring down the Evil Empire. I cannot resist pointing out, once again, that the Russian government hasn't buried Lenin; and they had a perfectly good opportunity to bury him when they buried Czar Nicholas II on 17 July 1998 (emphasis added - WRSA). Far from seeking peace, even now, the Russian government has announced its readiness to deploy a new generation of nuclear warheads and missiles; in fact, I received a report last week about a Third World businessman who recently traveled to a secret city in Russia where they were making strategic weapons, and where the KGB was alive and well, and where Russian military officers heaped scorn upon United States...

Read both pieces, along with the embedded links.

"We've Only Just Begun" ain't just a Karen Carpenter ballad.


Blogger sofa said...

Cancer: The enemy within

December 18, 2010 at 5:53 AM  
Blogger Brock Townsend said...

Excellent and posted.

December 18, 2010 at 6:12 AM  
Anonymous Mark Matis said...

For sofa:

No, you mean pigs. FAR WORSE than cancer.

December 18, 2010 at 6:35 AM  
Anonymous Justin said...

Lenin's carcass should not be buried.

The ancestors of those killed in the name of communism should be allowed to urinate on it.

Ditto Stalin.
Ditto Mao.
Ditto Che.

Castro soon.


December 18, 2010 at 7:04 AM  
Blogger Pat H. said...

Russia, acting just like the US government?

This is my shocked face.

The US government, despite a treaty directly and expressly forbidding such, has moved billions of dollars of weaponry all around Russia, taking in country after country into NATO, an act of aggression in and of itself.

NATO should have been disbanded in 1989, all it's been since that time is a fig leaf for US government hegemony.

See Ostrich America in The American Conservative, to learn about the myth of isolationism.

December 18, 2010 at 11:08 AM  
Anonymous Defender said...

"the Russian government has announced its readiness to deploy a new generation of nuclear warheads and missiles."
A renewed Russia-China alliance. Iran basing ballistic missiles in VENEZUELA.
As Obama is eager -- thrilled, even -- to get started tying OUR country's hands with the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty talks.
Gun control, nuke control. Bad guys never play by the rules. A few neutron warheads into our city centers and after a little cleanup of "organic debris" they'll have turn-key infrastructure to move right in to.
Two Patrick Swayze movies: "Red Dawn" and "Roadhouse." Two lines of dialogue: "Because WE LIVE HERE!" and "There's a time to be nice, and there's a time to not be nice."

December 18, 2010 at 3:59 PM  
Blogger Sean said...

When that cold wind starts a blowin', I'll be amused at what some of the philosopher-kings here will do, or won't do, based on those mile wide yellow streaks I've seen.

December 18, 2010 at 6:06 PM  
Anonymous Rollory said...

... whereas the Russians, if you actually talk to them, are quite convinced that the USA is completely paranoid about them and is also dedicated to trying to weaken and bring down the Russian state, while engaging in numerous acts of interference in Russia's neighbors that the USA would absolutely not tolerate if the same was being done in the Caribbean and Central America.

Why in the world would the USA even contemplate the idea of Americans dying to defend Georgia (the nation in the Caucasus) from Russia? If the USA is not ready to do that, why in the world is it engaged over there in any sense other than extremely moderate verbiage? Sure it is sad when Russian tanks cross some underdog's border. It is also absolutely none of our business. It is our MAKING it our business that gets the Russians pissed at us. When the US State Department makes a point of visibly approving of Russian-aligned corrupt oligarchs getting thrown out of places like Tajikistan and Ukraine so as to be replaced with US-aligned corrupt oligarchs who talk a lot about democracy, we should absolutely not be surprised when the Russians resume strategic weapon development and discussion of appropriate uses.

These are the actions of an imperial power attempting to weaken a potential rival, NOT those of a republic populated by "friends of liberty everywhere but guardians only of our own".

It is vital to distinguish between Russia and Russian nationalism on the one hand, and communism on the other. One is an unavoidable enemy. The other is not. The symbols of the two often may be confused.

December 18, 2010 at 10:07 PM  
Blogger Dedicated_Dad said...

EVEN NOW, the misdirection continues.

Should we be EXTREMELY wary of China? OF COURSE! Russia? Damn right!

NorK? Iran? Venezuela? Pakistan? Saudi Arabia?

"Yes", "Yup", "Si", "Damn right" and "you bet your f&(#ing @$$!"

But they're not our biggest problem!

Folks, THE ENEMY IS NOW IN CHARGE OF OUR COUNTRY! The Communist bastards now have literal control of the reigns of every significant power structure in all levels of our .gov!

Taking it back isn't going to be easy - or, likely - bloodless...

December 19, 2010 at 12:26 AM  
Blogger Pat H. said...

Rollory, Dedicated Dad; the two of you have it pretty well in hand.

I worked right in the middle of the Cold War observing what was then the Soviet Union, supposedly the Big Bad Bear; which as most know collapsed in on itself economically because it's system could not support what the government wanted to spend on weapons and other government toys. The Russians and the Chinese were a joke, but were sold all during the Cold War as superhumans.

The War on Terror, the new Cold War, is fizzling right before our very eyes, so the people who profit from war and diplomacy, are attempting to breath life into old Cold War once again.

It's really amazing how gullible people are, they appear to be swallowing the same line of shit that the Dulles brothers, Henry Kissinger, and thousands of others spewed from 1945 right until 1989.

New missiles in Russia, so what, there's were so inaccurate that they're likely only just barely catching up. Iranian missiles in Venezuela, don't make me laugh.

Really folks, the most dangerous entity on planet earth to Americans is and always has been the US government, it has killed over one million Americans via war already, are you insane enough to continue letting it do that?"

Let's see if H. L. Mencken confronted this during his life.

The one permanent emotion of the inferior man is fear - fear of the unknown, the complex, the inexplicable. What he wants above everything else is safety.

The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary.

Yes, I believe he did.

December 19, 2010 at 5:41 AM  
Anonymous Justin said...

Earlier post:

"When that cold wind starts a blowin', I'll be amused at what some of the philosopher-kings here will do, or won't do, based on those mile wide yellow streaks I've seen."

When that cold wind starts a blowin', likely none of us will be amused with much of anything. Especially the philosopher kings.


December 19, 2010 at 6:25 AM  

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