Discussion about the 5th gen war
3 hours ago 5th Generation War
@Lionsmane8 I agree with your points...What bothers me. Russia is clearly a Christian country; yeah I know they have a ton of muslisms and whatnot, but the russian orthodox church is at the head of the state basically. So, I don't get it. Why is NATO so against Russia? I mean, you could argue Putin and Trump are ideologically quite similar. I just don't get it.
7 hours ago 5th Generation War
@adam-l And it cleverly exploits the herd instincts of the professional class. They all want to fit in and be one of the cool kids, so they lap it up. I never thought I'd see a 75-year old retired, very successful professional proudly say that his grandson/daughter is nonbinary. I thought about telling him he needed to have a talk with his daughter in law but kept quiet.
10 hours ago 5th Generation War
Navalany was a CIA asset
His approval rating was 2% (definitely not a threat)
His wife is happy he died. Go online, she's been cheating on him with that director (if I recall).
She's been scooped up by the EU and the US and clearly seems happy. A dead "martyr" of a husband, a new boyfriend, a few millions in the bank and a newfound fame and career as a CIA asset.
- Outside the West, Putin is the most loved leader of the world. Stands for traditional values, multiplied his country's prosperity since he took power, made the Russian military number 1 in the world, significantly decreased corruption, increased cooperation with the whole world, stands up to US hegemony plans, keeps the Jews in check, successfully integrated the disparse ethnicities and religions in Russia, and since the 2007 Munich security conference, declared open war to the globalists, their agendas, their wars and their sick plans.
As a Muslim, God bless Putin. I wish my country had a leader like him, the Russians are lucky.Read More
10 hours ago 5th Generation War
@Lionsmane8 Putin may yet save the West by being the enemy they need to re-awaken them. Or his legacy may be the beginning of a great resurgent Russia. He could also yet crash and burn.
Openly killing your political rivals shows you are strong to be able to do so yet it also shows you are vulnerable to have to do so. Putin is vulnerable domestically more than internationally.
What Putin has got that I admire is that he plays the great game whole heartedly -something I have not seen a political leader of a large civilised nation do I my lifetime where the shadow of fear left by world war two frightened people out of the great game.
What I have to acknowledge about Putin is that he will never be on my side. He plays for Russia, so its important not to think he would ever do us any favour beyond providing a wake up call.
If Putin offered me a large sum of cash, land and a hot supportive and submissive woman in return for my defecting, then I would be sorely tempted as my country is not even proud of my patriotism. But why would he do that?Read More
14 hours ago 5th Generation War
@Lionsmane8 I won't pretend to know what's going on in Algeria, so I'll politely say that I don't think you understand Russia, or Putin. Putin is a violent psychopath who just said that Hitler, repeat Hitler, was NOT the main villain of WWII. Much thanks to Tucker Carlson for his puppy dog interviewing style drawing that admission from him.
Russia 'more trustworthy?' Putin said originally back in Y2K that Crimea was part of Ukraine, period, and that Ukraine was an actual nation. His opinion on that has changed and granted, it may be due to his overall bitterness about Ukraine becoming more friendly to the west, anger at NATO, and some bitch cutting him off in traffic that morning but these are all cheap rationalizations that he just wants as much land he can grab back as possible. It's as simple as that.
Granted, Britain and the west are a threat in a different manner via baizuo white guilt and feminism but they're not invading Poland or Ukraine.
Let's tie this into men's issues to make it relevant: The irony of feudalism is that peasant men were in some ways treated better than they are today. Peasants had more holidays and they didn't need to apologize to their wives for oppressing them on a daily basis. I'm not sure I want to go back to being a literal feudal peasant though. There needs to be a third way.
If you met Ukrainians, I think you'd like them. Well, sort of. Like anywhere in the world they have their bigotries but if you get to know them they are cool.Read More