No Russians

I truly believe Putin could send Russian Troops to America today to protect Russians in the American Diaspora and many within The GOP and many of the braindead, recalcitrant Trump Supporters, the Unflagging 39%, would be just fine with it. As well, many Commentators at various blogs would find a way to support the action both legally and otherwise. People like Kunstler’s Commentariat who I have observed at Clusterfuck Nation and elsewhere on The Net for eight or more years now.. These Commentators have treasonously (if they’re Americans and I believe a number of them are not) helped remove any backbone America had remaining. America, in part because of these Commentators’ highly deceptive “work,” is now spineless and wide open (whereas before it was partially open) for Russian manipulation & intervention while The Democrats & their Supporters play Politics As Usual.

Simply put — we’re FUCKED.

If I were POTUS, one of my first orders of business would be to deport ALL Russians. They are Enemy Combatants. I believe Dugin (see my blog post entitled Duginism here) when he says Russians don’t think for themselves but instead think in terms of The Russian State. Since Tsar Putin is the embodiment of The Russian State, according to Dugin, every Russian at home & abroad is an extension of Putin and his Will. According to Dugin, the goal is the destruction of America as we know it via unconventional means, so that necessarily means Russia has unofficially (because Putin & The Russians are too cowardly to announce it formally) declared War on America and every Russian is necessarily an Enemy Combatant in this New Form of War.

It’s time for ALL Russians to go back to Mother Russia now. Including Dmitry Orlov (Dmitry Orzo––Go Home, And Take The Rest Of The Traitors With You). We can do this humanely sooner rather than later before it’s too late. The more Russians who come to America, the more considerable the pretext for Putin to enact The Putin Doctrine to come to their aid. Let’s not allow it to reach that point.

The Russians are not our friends. They are Criminal Scumbags who owe their allegiance to a Criminal Kleptocracy. Their motives are ALWAYS criminal. They breath criminality just as readily as they imbibe vodka. Cast them out now before it’s too late. Otherwise, things will continue to get worse, not better, and before long we will experience a REAL crisis for which we have no response but capitulation.

Your Leaders, because they are surely not mine, are either Cowards or Liars or both. I believe pretty much all of them, meaning ALL politicians & apparatchiks Inside The Beltway and The State Houses, are both — they’re Lying Cowards and Putin’s Russia will have no problem, and isn’t having a problem, Hoisting these Conniving Lying Cowards by their own Petards.


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  1. Oy Vey!! Case In Point.

    In New York City, Russian Americans Support Trump Despite Recent Scandals

    Russian Americans have been among President Donald Trump’s most loyal supporters. After a week of scandals, many say they’re unfazed by the recent scandals roiling Washington.

    We’re going to go now to the Brighton Beach neighborhood of New York City, home to one of the country’s highest concentrations of Russian Americans and other migrants from the former Soviet Republic. NPR’s Kirk Siegler reports that support for the president there is unwavering and might even be growing.

    KIRK SIEGLER, BYLINE: A few steps off the sweltering Brighton Beach boardwalk, a group of Russian-American seniors is dancing to a traditional band inside the cool, dark air-conditioned Beach Cafe.

    UNIDENTIFIED MAN: (Singing in Russian).

    SIEGLER: Hardly a few seconds after I announced my presence, the band stops, and the lead singer asks the crowd if anyone wants to talk to a reporter about President Trump.

    UNIDENTIFIED MAN: (Speaking Russian).

    SIEGLER: There are many takers, including Dora Bram who says adamantly that she still trusts Mr. Trump despite what’s been in the American news lately.

    DORA BRAM: After Obama, he is more, more, more respectable, you know?

    SIEGLER: Sure, Trump is unpredictable, she says. But she thinks he’s not being given any chance to govern. Change takes time.

    BRAM: Not maybe so fast, but in the near years, he will do it if the American people will give him such opportunity.

    SIEGLER: Nearby, Margarita Vierba is more eager to talk about Mr. Trump’s first foreign trip than the flurry of reports slamming his administration’s alleged ties to Russia.

    MARGARITA VIERBA: I want him to be more stronger with Israel politic, with ISIS, with all terrorists.

    SIEGLER: Like many in Brighton Beach, dubbed Little Russia, Vierba migrated here after the Iron Curtain fell. And she thinks the recent scandals in Washington are a distraction.

    VIERBA: I just want Trump to do what he promised before the vote.

    SIEGLER: People here see Trump as strong. He represents how things used to be in America, they say. And some, though not all, even think he’ll stand up to the Russian president, Vladimir Putin. The politics here are complicated. This neighborhood is also mostly fixed income and elderly residents.

    PAT SINGER: They know they’re struggling. The cost of living keeps going up and up.

    SIEGLER: Pat Singer is the founder of the Brighton Beach Neighborhood Association. Her Ukrainian grandparents migrated to Brighton Beach in the early 1900s. And today she’s a rare Democrat.

    SINGER: Does Trump have any compassion for them? No. He’s not going to help social security. He’s not going to help these people. He’s helping his people up there in the 1 percent there.

    SIEGLER: Singer says she’s not surprised her neighborhood still supports President Trump. If anything, it’s been getting stronger over the past few weeks.

    SINGER: Because they’re not reading the American papers. They’re reading what’s being fed to them. And it’s a bunch of propaganda, you know, garbage.

    SIEGLER: She’s referring to the Russian media, which she says is what most people in Brighton Beach pay attention to. On the streets that fan out from the boardwalk, Russian TV blares out from the bodegas, the Russian butchers and delis. Russian newspapers are easier to find than the English ones. It’s a pretty insular tight-knit neighborhood. And it’s not always easy to find someone who speaks English.

    ALEXANDER EDMUND: You want my mind about Trump?

    SIEGLER: A man named Alexander Edmund is willing to give me an earful. He’s working at a small shoe repair shop just a window, really, off the Brighton Beach Bazaar.

    EDMUND: Impeachment – it never will be. This is Trump – good guy, very good guy.

    SIEGLER: He does have one criticism of the president, though – he tweets too much. Kirk Siegler, NPR News, New York.

  2. Why Soviet Refugees Aren’t Buying Sanders’s Socialism

    Menaker recently hosted a birthday gathering for her friends in her three-story home in San Francisco’s “Little Russia” neighborhood.

    There wasn’t quite enough champagne to go around, “so those who are standing closest to me will get some,” Menaker said, “pa blatoo”—a reference to blat, the complex network of connections and favors that governed the trade of precious consumer goods in the Soviet Union. Staples could be bought in stores, but anything desirable was scarce. Friendliness with the butcher could get you a nice cut of meat; the baker would make your birthday cake in exchange for perfume for his wife.

    Those brushes with communism’s downsides prompted Menaker and many of her friends to embrace capitalism with a rabid intensity. “Socialism is a conspiracy of losers against achievers,” Menaker said. “America is the only country where you can come naked with no language and make it in 25 years.”

    Many Russian immigrants work in the tech industry, according to Kliger, since math and engineering were popular college majors among Jews in Russia. They arrived in Silicon Valley just as personal computing was taking off, and some made small fortunes that they are not keen to redistribute. They get their news primarily from conservative sources—Fox News and the Drudge Report were popular go-tos among the party-goers. Nadia Shkolnikov, the birthday girl, said she “listens to Rush Limbaugh to relax.”

    Many of them are torn between Cruz and Trump. “Cruz, I like that he’s conservative,” said Shkolnikov. “But what is not appealing to me is that he sounds like he’s preaching all the time. Maybe it’s because I’m Jewish, but I don’t like when Christians are preaching too much.”

    About Trump, she says, “I don’t like his personality, but I like all his ideas.”

    Her husband, a software engineer named Val, considers himself a strong Trump supporter.

    “He’s a successful businessman,” he said. “He’ll be able to work with people. Plus, a guy who’s not a politician won’t be able to promulgate big government for its own sake.”

    Russian Jews in America value hard work and overcoming adversity, said Evgeny Finkel, a political science professor at George Washington University, who is of Ukrainian Jewish descent. “They worked hard and succeeded, back there in the USSR and especially here in the US. [In their minds], if others don’t succeed it is because they don’t want to, not because of structural problems.”

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