What Jeff says – there’s a lot of truth to what he says – but that doesn’t discount the fact that the Chinese Communist Party has invested in a quite large military conventional force…. I think the Chinese Navy as it is comprised today … and this new national mobilization order … all lead me to conclude they are preparing for a conventional strike to take Taiwan.

Capt. James Fanell

Capt. Fanell’s response to my comments on Bannon’s War Room is a good starting-point for discussing more significant questions of military strategy. My argument goes something like this: The CCP’s investment in a large conventional force does not, in itself, rule out the possibility of an all-arms nuclear war. In fact, China and Russia have built their forces to wage such war. Sixty years ago, Soviet military strategists under Marshal V.D. Sokolovskii devised the theory that nuclear missile weapons are the decisive weapons of the next world war. It is my position that this philosophy and its underlying science of war is operative in China and Russia today.

One might ask why today’s Russian and Chinese tank and infantry formations are not trained to the same standard as Western armies. Russian conventional airpower in Ukraine is not being used as American airpower would be used under similar circumstances. Why? The reasons for this are found in Sokolovskii. Tanks and infantry are not the most important troops in a future war, he says. “Hence missile troops receive priority…. In time they will become the basic force, capable of carrying out any operation to destroy enemy targets. To a considerable degree they will replace artillery and aviation in bombarding the front; for some purposes they will completely replace artillery and aviation.”[ii]

Sokolovskii edited a book titled Soviet Military Strategy. In that book it says, “Destruction of the enemy will be achieved primarily by nuclear weapon fire. In close combat operations, when it is impossible to use nuclear weapons, conventional weapons will be used….” [i] Here is a philosophy of war and a theoretical guidebook. Western politicians and experts have ignored this book because America’s economic system is grounded in economic optimism which cannot, in practical terms, cope with Sokolovskii’s premises.

And why wouldn’t they? According to Sokolovskii’s text, “The laws of strategy are objective and apply inexorably….”[iii] The text then refers to “strategic principles which V.I. Lenin formulated in his time.” According to Lenin, “wars are won by those nations which possess the greatest resources and whose populations are strongest and have [the] most endurance….” Nuclear weapons are, in and of themselves, a supreme test of a system’s endurance. At every “given historical moment” the nature of war changes. According to Sokolovskii’s text, “The appearance of missiles and nuclear weapons radically changed previous concepts of the nature of war. Modern missile warfare is incomparably more destructive and deadly than previous wars. The massive use of missile and nuclear weapons make it possible, within a short time, to eliminate either one country or a number of countries from the war, even those with relatively large territories, well-developed economies, and populations of the order of tens of millions.” [iv]

Before we can safely assume that Sokolovskii’s text is nonsense, the following points should be considered: (1) All of today’s senior military leaders in China and Russia studied Sokolovskii’s text in their respective military academies. This text oriented them to the idea of fighting and winning a future nuclear war. (2) Prospective Western military leaders were not oriented to fighting and winning such a war; (3) In Russia and China today the mass production of advanced types of strategic missile weapons continues while America is still relying on 1960s-vintage Minuteman III missiles. (4) The United States has therefore fallen behind – decades behind – in the deployment of missile weapons. (See comments made on this subject by Congressional military advisor, Dr. Peter Vincent Pry.) [v]

Russian and Chinese ground and naval forces still have an important role to play in a nuclear war. According to Sokolovskii’s text, “Only modern ground forces, adequate in size, armament, and organization, can execute … a number of missions. Theirs is the extremely important role of achieving the final war aims.” And what are those aims? “The missile forces provide basic firepower for the ground troops [and ships]. They will be the main means used to clear the way for tank and motorized troops to carry out broad maneuvers and rapid penetration in depth.” (p. 341)

It is in this context that we must analyze incoming reports of a Chinese mobilization for war. Let us also acknowledge the Chinese heroes who are sending us intelligence on CCP war preparations. Information about this mobilization is being disseminated by Lude Media which strongly opposes the Communist Party’s war plans. Lude media has extensive networks of freedom-loving persons in China. Chinese patriots, opposed to communism, have risked their lives to smuggle a 56-minute audio recording of a military-civil standing committee which discusses provincial war preparations in Guangdong.[vi] At present I am in contact with Dr. Li-Meng Yan who not only briefed me on the 56-minute audio recording of the Guangdong CCP Standing Committee, but has generously provided additional information about the role that Russia might play in the coming war. Dr. Li-Meng Yan has written, “The audio [of the CCP mobilization meeting] is obtained by many brave Chinese people via a special intelligence operation organized by @lude_media on 14 May, 2022 – at the cost of lives! We Chinese are fighting against CCP! Xi’s People’s War will fail!” [vii]

We must not waste the efforts of these brave people to warn us. Even now they operate under the threat of death. In recent years the Pentagon and the White House have not fully appreciated warnings from native Chinese sources. In fact, our national leaders have misunderstood the military philosophy of the Chinese and Russian generals. I am also afraid they will misunderstand what Beijing’s military-civil war mobilization signifies. Such a mobilization is not likely to signify a mere conventional invasion of Taiwan. An invasion of Taiwan, were it to occur, would only be the beginning. More probably, Taiwan would be bypassed and blockaded – forced to surrender after the destruction of the U.S. Navy.

A number of points argue against a Chinese conventional invasion of Taiwan: (1) Such an invasion is by no means certain to succeed because Taiwan is so heavily defended, with 170,000 active-duty defenders and 1.6 million reservists; (2) Even if an invasion were successful, China’s economy would be wrecked by Western sanctions; (3) A conventional attack on Taiwan would cause the United States and Japan to build more warships, missiles and nuclear weapons. This would be an unmitigated disaster for China. (4) China would end up as an isolated pariah nation.

Unless we assume the Chinese leaders are imbeciles, they will not launch an amphibious invasion of Taiwan. Strategically, there is no upside for them in such a move. Furthermore, we have already seen the failed assault on Kiev by Russian troops in Ukraine. We also know that the Chinese Army shares certain similarities with the Russian Army. Under current circumstances, an opposed amphibious invasion of Taiwan would be the largest amphibious invasion in history. Yet the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) has never conducted an opposed amphibious operation of any size. A PLA invasion of Taiwan would be like the Americans invading the Japanese home islands without having learned the lessons from previous invasions in Sicily, Normandy, Saipan, etc.

The best way to defeat Taiwan is to defeat the U.S. Navy and force Taiwan to surrender by using a blockade. This method is so simple and effective, in fact, that PLA strategists would not fail to use it. Since China must defeat America itself, or suffer isolation as a pariah nation, then China must proceed to nuclear strikes on American military targets in conjunction with her Russian ally. Short of this, a war against Taiwan does not make any strategic sense.

Chinese officials are recorded saying that they are mobilizing for “the final war.” What they are preparing must live up to this characterization. It follows that they are preparing to target the United States with missiles and troops. First, they must destroy America’s land-based missile forces and bomber forces, track down American ballistic missile submarines, and withstand an American nuclear retaliation from the surviving American missiles. This is how a world war is fought in the nuclear age.

To achieve surprise, the PLA and their allies must eliminate all American early warning satellites in advance of an attack. To assist with this, they might attempt to trigger riots in the United States through their fifth columnists. Whatever domestic mayhem might serve as a screen, the procedure for defeating early warning systems is described by Dr. Peter Vincent Pry in his Volume Two on The Strategic Nuclear Balance, titled Nuclear Wars: Exchanges and Outcomes.

Unfortunately, an attack from Russia and China “out of the black” is possible at the present time – Dr. Pry has argued – because our nuclear alert level has not been raised. We have war in Eastern Europe together with a mobilization of China in the Far East. Add to this whatever happens in the Persian Gulf between Iran and Israel. “Contrary to what is widely assumed,” wrote Pry, “in response to crisis or war, the U.S.  National Command Authority may not generate U.S. strategic forces, but may be reluctant to do so from fear of escalating the situation into a nuclear confrontation. Nuclear inferiority would reinforce a nation’s reluctance to generate its strategic forces, as this would increase the risk of provoking nuclear escalation and redound to the strong nation’s advantage.”[viii] And this is exactly what we see unfolding today.   

China and Russia are allies. Anyone who thinks Russia will accommodate us in Eastern Europe is mistaken. Russian and Chinese nuclear and conventional forces will be coordinating their operations. Our nuclear posture today is one that invites surprise attack. One only has to look at the statements of President Biden. The sad fact is, all military pundits and most American strategists regard nuclear war as insane. No enemy would carry out nuclear attacks on the American homeland. This is wishful thinking that has no place in military analysis. Russian and Chinese authorities have never said, within their in-house military writings, that nuclear war is unwinnable or represents the end of the world.

The American people have been living in a fool’s paradise. People in China are trying to warn us. Will we listen or turn a deaf ear?

Notes and Links

[i] V.D. Sokoloskii translated by Dinerstein, Goure and Wolfe, Soviet Military Strategy (Originally published by the Military Publishing House of the Ministry of Defense of the USSR), p. 343.

[ii] Ibid.

[iii] Ibid, p. 90.

[iv] Ibid, pp. 92-93.

[v] Dr. Peter Pry on How and Why Russia Could Win A Fast and Decisive Nuclear War Against America | Frank Speech the Home of Free Speech.

[vi] 路德社lude media (@lude_media) / Twitter

[vii] Dr. Li-Meng YAN on Twitter: “English version of PLA’s audio is https://t.co/LWpxlmmGiO The audio is obtained by many brave Chinese people via a special intelligence operation organized by @lude_media on 14 May, 2022 – at the cost of lives! We Chinese are fighting against CCP! Xi’s People’s War will fail!” / Twitter.

[viii] Peter Vincent Pry, Nuclear Wars: Exchanges and Outcomes (New York: Taylor and Francis, 1990), p. 9.


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219 thoughts on “Nuclear vs. Conventional War

  1. This quote “All of today’s senior military leaders in China and Russia studied Sokolovskii’s text…” is a profound statement. Matching with our ignorance of even who he is, it says a lot about how there is such a profound misunderstanding of who the enemy is and how he thinks. The clock is ticking, and the people are asleep.

    1. I think Jeff touches on the major reason: Americans simply cannot conceive of nuclear war. I think this is for several reasons: the myth of nuclear winter, which we know was promulgated by the KGB, the idea that anyone could be that murderous and evil (Americans have a true problem with conceptualizing pure evil), and lastly, the lack of understanding that a unified Communist threat even exists.

      Americans perceive of the Communist threat as separate, disconnected enemy nations, each with their own alleged interests. Bannon and Co view China as obsessed with Taiwan and view Russia as obsessed with Ukraine. In order to understand the threat of a surprise nuclear strike, you MUST first understand the threat of the unified Communist alliance, and their desire to rule the world, because a nuclear strike doesn’t make sense without it. Waking these people up requires an almost complete re-education and dismantling of preprogrammed concepts they hold. Hopefully there is enough time.

  2. I imagine all of this information will fall upon deaf ears and willfully blind eyes in our federal government. Even attempting such a conversation with family members often doesn’t end well or with anything having been understood by them, in my own experience. Attempting to get this information to breach the surface much less seep into the general public is a task for which there is no longer time.

  3. Now we know why Russia put such an emphasis on their ‘Perimeter” (Dead Hand) system.
    Any exposure of the North American 5th column would have resulted in a Decapitation First Strike by the US as there simply wouldn’t have been any other choice.
    This is why the ‘end of history’ strategy was so important, they foresaw the West’s inevitable technological and economic potential in 1960, and developed a strategy to use it against us via ‘disarmament’ and Communist controlled China’s false competition.
    Splendidly successfully, I might add.

  4. Nuclear war is clearly winnable and poses no threat to the overall extinction of mankind. This has been proven by past meteor strikes that were devastating enough in their own right, yet the world is still here. Then there are the numerous volcanos and other disasters of immense proportion that have not exterminated humanity. Yes, there would be enormous loss of life, but not all life. Ancient Indian writings have detailed similar nuclear war in the long ago past. Yet, we are still here. American attitude regarding nuclear war is equivalent to its view of and reaction to disease.

  5. It certainly is a fools paradise. The watchmen have been blind for a long time.

    Isaiah 56: 9 All ye beasts of the field, come to devour, yea, all ye beasts in the forest.
    10 His watchmen are blind: they are all ignorant, they are all dumb dogs, they cannot bark; sleeping, lying down, loving to slumber.
    11 Yea, they are greedy dogs which can never have enough, and they are shepherds that cannot understand: they all look to their own way, every one for his gain, from his quarter.


    1. That’s not an Av 1611 quote. The spelling is entirely wrong. That’s from the 1769 Oxford edition which is the most common version of the King James version in circulation.

  6. “Furthermore, we have already seen the failed assault on Kiev by Russian troops in Ukraine.”

    There wasn’t such an attempt. It was just a distraction from the main theatre in Donbass. They could easily encircle the city if they wanted. A war of attrition benefits Russia, Ukraine is running out of ammunition and troops.

    In the discussion under the previous post, some people disagreed with my argument that globalist cannot be a communist. What is American led globalism other than imperialism as defined by Lenin? Export of financial and monopolist capital into undeveloped countries?

      1. Yes, I know that cosmopolitan bourgeoise tend to be disloyal. I never wrote globalism is run by American patriots. They use America for their interest, for protecting their investments. Naturally can be corrupted by American enemies. Does not make them communist though.

      2. No, it does not make them communists; but it makes them susceptible to communist influence and to communist infiltrators.

    1. “It was a distraction” that costed 20,000+ Russian lives. This in itself proves this is just a stupid lie.

      “A war of attrition benefits Russia”— This is an inversion of the truth, as usual from demons such as yourself. Unless Russia uses nuclear missiles or other WMD, and soon, Ukraine’s reserves, which have been training since the war began, will reach critical mass in late June or August at the latest.

      Russia decapitated its own Officer Corp and cannot mass mobilize, and instead has openly declared plans to mobilzie people up to the age of 65 with only 30 days of training. It is not even clear what these people will be armed with. Russian forces have already been seen receiving ancient weapons and helmets from Soviet times. Intercepted Russian communications already indicate Russian commanders are afraid of running out of armor and are now waiting on ancient T-62s from Russia.

      1. With the ground still damp from mid-May rain, Russia has been exploiting her artillery arm. Drones are sighting for the artillery and this is forcing the Ukrainians back. Ukraine cannot match Russian artillery. They need more big guns.

      2. Commit, if you paid attention, you’d know the source of that number. It is low. Russians have lost more on the order of 30,000 dead.

      3. When the war decisive arms are ballistic missiles, you don’t need peer level conventional infantry, armor, artillery et. al. Whatever they have is adequate to roll over the irradiated wastes after a few weeks and ethnically cleanse and dekulak token resistance thereafter.

    2. There was an attempt to take Kyiv. It’s sad that you only pay attention to what is convenient to your narrative.

    3. Dear Commit, I don’t think I misunderstood you. I certainly, don’t think capitalism cannot end up moving to communism. That’s the path we are heading. Crony capitalism, and extreme capitalism removes freedom from the people just like communism and invites corruption with no bounds. This is one of the reasons why I despise Kissinger, as he says when this happens, the US needs more capitalism. Trevor Loudon gives a great monologue on this. https://www.theepochtimes.com/why-misunderstanding-communisms-true-nature-is-leading-the-west-to-destruction_4239229.html

      Also, in the last post Fabio clarified this clearly, how the West sees the terminology as big government and small or less government and the East sees it as nationalism and internationalism. I know these terms are used loosely and people tend to conflate them and use them interchangeably.

      1. Who is the ruling class in what you call crony capitalism? Capitalists? Monopolist and financial capital?

        Who are Rothschilds, Rockefellers and co? People like Kissinger and Schwab are their puppets, it is well documented.

    4. Hi Commit, when Lenin sent agents throughout the world to subvert and topple every nation, what would you call that? A charity mission? Or imperialism?

      1. Hi Commit,
        Do you know why Klaus Schwab has a bust of Lenin on his bookshelf next to his desk? The only reason I can think of is that he admires him. What say you?

  7. It almost feels like right now–following the rigged election, Covid lockdown, and start of Ukraine war–is a lull in the storm, before whatever comes next.

    I think a global nuclear war is far more likely than the normies realize. But who knows maybe we get lucky. Maybe Russia lost in Ukraine so badly they feel that they couldn’t capitalize on launching nuclear bombs. What’s the point of them nuking us if Europe hates their guts and Russia can’t even successfully conquer Ukraine afterwards? Or maybe some internal political struggle or operational concerns in China causes them to put it off.

    Another consideration is Russia or China may need some pretext for nuking us. If they just pre-emptively start a nuclear holocaust then they will look bad to their own citizens and the portions of the world that survive. Hitler had decades for Nazis to prepare Germans for the holocaust of Jews and even then he wasn’t open about what he was doing. Russia and China wouldn’t be able to hide it if they pre-emptively launched nukes at us.

    I always thought Russia and China’s best path to victory was using Iran or NK to EMP nuke us.

    1. Have you watched Russian or Chinese media lately? They have been laying out all the justifications for nuking us. Even some of the people who post here would cheer for it. Hating America is a very big thing nowadays. Look at Critical Race Theory. It is taught to our servicemen. But now, in my own language, I am being sexist. I must stop say “service-people.”

      1. Well I do my best to study the Russian and Chinese media through you and Dr. Pry but wish I was much more familiar with it! Just to continue with the comparison to the holocaust of Jews since it is kind of a comparable time of a state policy of some incredibly vicious evil destruction… They started it with decades of virulent anti-Jew argumentation all over Europe and Russia. That mainly caused pogroms, exiles, and discriminatory political laws. Even with the most anti-Jewish talking points imaginable, in most cases, it still didn’t lead to systematic killing policy. And even Germany just gradually built up to it and it happened in secret. Then afterwards, public revulsion was so intense, it basically destroyed Germany and arguably the entire western mind for a century. Tactically it makes the most sense for China or Russia to just nuke us right now, but psychologically (or operationally?) it may be hard for them to do. Arguably it would have made more sense for Russia to just nuke us before invading Ukraine and kind of giving us this “warning” but they still invaded Ukraine first. If the world disgust with Nazis is any guide than we can at least hope for a similar anti-Communist reaction if they do go ahead and nuke us.

      2. I see what you mean. The mass murder question, like all murder questions, involves motive and opportunity. Timing is important. Russia and communist China need to act together or they cannot do it at all.

      3. Incidentally, I visited a paleo-conservative friend a few days ago. He is a devout Christian, a farmer in a red state, and homeschools. He supports Russia. It seemed to come down to his hatred of America. He outright told me that he hates America. But he’s living the life he wants. And he has a beautiful family. He strikes me as a genuinely nice and happy person. The meeting actually left me more puzzled than I was before it. Hard for me to make sense of what is going on there.

      4. i understand the hate America crowd. Some of it is our failed leadership, some of it is out growing faith that makes us realize our faith is what is most important. I was a soldier. I fought for my country. I was lied to by my country. It’s easy to understand why so many have turned. However I also lived in Asia and understand the Chinese mind and threat. Their threat to us does not make our country any better. It just makes me realize more and more that it’s my faith that has to reign supreme.

      5. I’m not altogether sure it is a hatred of America. While the left actually hates America, I am inclined to believe that the American patriot is fed up with what America has become. Many would like to do something about it but lack the proper incentive to do so. I think many would welcome a situation that could give them the go-ahead whether it be a civil war or an invasion. Right now, anything they start will be viewed with negativity. But that is because most of the population has been conditioned to view us as the bad guys. It isn’t so much that Russia is seen as the good guy as it is that they want to see a collapse of totalitarian control and a breakdown of society in general so that an effort can be made to start over. Of course, there will never be a return to normalcy if such can be said.

      6. I know several people like your Christian friend who supports Russia. It is evidently hard for him to see that communists are taking over here, and everything he hates about America is actually in control in Russia; but he just doesn’t see it.

      7. As I may have mentioned previously, I was living in Latvia for 5 years but returned to the UK in January this year, just as Russia was about to attack Ukraine. During my sojourn near Riga, I often bought the local Russian language newspaper, “Vesti”, which for years has had regular headlines like “Voina etom lietom!” (“War this summer!” – not that I have more than v basic Russian skills) and endless articles about WW3, projected casualty figures, NATO expansionism, etc, etc. and notably, these were written by Moscow-based correspondents.

        The moral decrepitude of the West is another subject the Russian media covers, focussing on the LGBT agenda to highlight how worthy the West is of destruction, presumably.

        Plainly, from my own experience, Russians have been primed by Kremlin mouthpiece media for years to expect a nuclear war with the West.

      8. I think the people who blame the US for Ukraine and the hate-America crowd are brainwashed, similar to the mass hypnosis formation we see with covidstan. To break them out of this stupor, they need to see a greater threat which is the general theme of this blog: communist take over of the world by war and revolution. The evidence is so compelling that folks may snap out of it once they can see it. Dan, could you ask your friend what he thinks/knows about communism? If he is open, have him read one of Jeff’s blogs.

      9. This is what bothers me lately; Russian media seems to be justifying what they are about to do. I don’t know about Chinese media as much. It is very disturbing, and it comes at a time when our aircraft battle groups are not prepared to ward off an attack like they were back a three or four decades ago.

      10. Yes. Russian officials and spokesmen are talking up nuclear weapons. Peter Pry write an article on this recently. Funny thing: There is no real reaction or alarm in the West aside from those who want to appease Moscow.

      11. I’ve long thought there was an element of vindictive hatred for their own country among many paleo-conservatives. This can be seen in their hatred of Israel – after all, what country is more like the West than Israel? I wonder which came first — if it was hatred of Jews/Israel that led such people to turn on their own country or if their disillusionment with America led them to latch on to Israel as a stepping-stone to openly manifesting their anti-Americanness. Jeff mentioned on a recent John Moore radio show that Soviet Russia inherited and shaped the Nazi diaspora. Jeff, can you elaborate on this? That’s probably the best way the contradictory pro-Nazi/pro-Russia/pro-traditionalism/anti-West elements on the Right can be explained.

        Do paleo-cons really think they will be spared if Russia-China destroy America? Or they don’t care if they perish as well, as long as the hated Left goes down too? If that’s the case then many have moved on from deep disappointment with their countrymen into outright nihilism. But at the same time, I wonder if the idea of nationwide destruction is anything more than academic to them, as they, like many Americans cannot conceive of living the life of hardship that is the norm in much of the world. Even as they belittle American exceptionalism they expect to benefit from it for at least their lifetimes. But do they care what will happen to their own children? How much have they really thought things through?

        I also think that being on the conservative fringe for so long has made some paleo-cons deeply resentful and easy prey for Russian propaganda. (Curious how with many mainstream conservatives now being openly pro-Russia, paleo-cons with their antisemitism are no longer so fringe. Convergence?) Even the richness of Western Christian tradition, which paleo-cons love to wrap themselves in, can be radically reduced and simplified to a base ideology. Without also giving equal weight to the higher message of the Bible about loving one’s neighbour, it is easy to fall into cynicism and judgementalism and wish for one’s horribly sinful society to be destroyed.

      12. The Russian secret police under the Tsar perpetrated a notorious anti-Semitic hoax called “The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion.” Most anti-Semites believe in it to this day. The Tsar’s secret police was absorbed by the Cheka after the Bolshevik Revolution. The communists learned from their predecessors how to use anti-Semitism and conspiracy theory as a provocation.

    2. You really needed to be in Australia for the last two years to see how easily a peaceful population could be turned towards genocide. And I don’t use that term lightly. People were willing to let their neighbours die in the carpark if they were not vaccinated. Again you had to be here to see it. The first step to genocide (read revelation again chapter 6) is to remove peoples love for their neighbours and their unwillingness to kill.

      1. it’s very sad, as a foreigner, to witness the countries of the Magna Carta tradition transmuting into this

      2. @ AUSSIEP
        That’s an instructive observation on Australia, but if you have a moment, could you expand a little on “letting neighbors die in the car park”?

        I was following the extreme situation in Australia from the early protests through to the escape of four young aboriginal men from a detention camp (after testing negative!), but the reference to car parks doesn’t match anything that I read about over the past two years. It might well turn out to be useful as an example for mentioning to people who are still open to persuasion, which is why I ask. Thanks.

    3. Having said that I want to also make clear I recognize the threat. But my recognition of it won’t make it go away. I’ve been preparing. It’s going to be tough but God will get me through it one way or another. I also accept that getting me through it may be by taking me Home to be with Him. That’s the view we need. It’s too late to stop China.

    4. Nuclear proliferation was preventable at any number of stages, even with Klaus Fuchs & friends in the Manhattan Project and State Dept in the ’40s. With the release of COVID, the PRC and its allies have signed their own death warrants given what we know from incautious statements from their military and political leadership declaring their murderous intent. But will the tender mercies of stone age psychopaths with nukes and bugs be tolerated? Reds aren’t going to be “left in the dirt” of their own volition. Is the US and its allies prepared to match unrestricted warfare force for force? This should be conceivable without putative Skunkworks variety Wunderwaffen.

  8. Do you believe that China will eventually turn on Russia? American (Western) leftists are stupid and don’t realize, or want to accept, the fact that the Han Chinese are very raciest and believe to be superior to all other races. They’ll use western leftists and Russian communists until they’re no longer useful and then dispose of them as they would trash.

    1. Do you speak Chinese? If not, you are a foreigner to them and can’t expect being treated as equal by them. Nothing to do with race.

      I don’t believe they are more racist than Americans (both white and coloured) brainwashed by identity politics. When I read American internet, all people care about is race. Some republicans even believe Putin is an ally because of his skin complexion. I agree with mr Nyquist, those people are idiots.

      1. I speak Korean. I lived in Korea for nearly 20 years and was married to a Korean for 30 years. Korean and Chinese are very similar in how they view non natives. The Han Chinese believe they are superior to other Chinese. They are racist. Very racist. As are most Asians. It has. I thing to do with language or with how much you integrate with their culture. If you aren’t born Chinese you’ll never be accepted. Even ABC are not accepted in China (nor are American born Koreans or Japanese in their counties). It’s all about race with them and the purity of the race (purity means being born there and having grown up there).

        Do you speak Chinese or any other Asian language? Have you lived there? If not, you haven’t a clue. Sorry.

      2. There was no resentment. My Korean friends tell me all the time, “you speak Korean, you eat our food, you know our culture. You’re 98% Korean, but that 2% is too much impurity”.

        I always offer this analogy… If me, a Korean I had known for 20 years, and another Korean, who was a stranger, were stranded in a lifeboat and one of us had to go, or we all would die, in most cases, it would be me, the non-Korean, who would get thrown out of the boat. I accept the fact that that is their culture. Their devotion is to their clan. Their Korean family. The Han Chinese are no different.

      3. It’s not resentment toward Americans. it is resentment toward anyone who is not Korean. The Han Chinese are not any different.

      4. It makes no difference if you speak Chinese or not. You will never be accepted as Chinese.

        You have no understanding as to why Koreans resent Americans. In general they don’t. There are always a few that don’t realize what the US saved them from.

        You have no understanding of much of anything, frankly.

      5. Sounds pretty racist, especially when we are told daily by your Communist friends that any American who views non-English speakers differently is a racist. Thank you for revealing the bigotry in your heart, Commit.

      6. I assume that Mr. Commit is saying that the Koreans resent us because American troops and gear stopped the full Korean peninsula from becoming a glorious communist wonderland like the north.

      7. COMMIT, it appears YOU speak a Chinese dialect and/or of Chinese extract. It’s no surprise why you promote communism and deception.

    2. It doesn’t matter. They wouldn’t do it until they destroyed us. Communists always infight and murder each other, but they first always unite against the greater enemy. Hoping that they inflight before striking us is a fool’s errand.

      1. Thomas and Perseus have a point, that when the CCP and the Soviets see victory in their hand, will they turn on each other? What about all their allies that they have assembled from among the Muslims? If this war is the war mentioned in Ezekiel 38, it ends with the “victors” killing each other off, Ezekiel 38:21. The followers of Marx sometimes don’t wait for victory, but turn on each other even before victory, as in Spain in the 1930s, Russia vs. Germany in the 1940s, and why not again? There the fight was mainly different interpretations and applications of Marxism.

        But I agree with Perseus, the the initial attack will see both as a single, clenched fist. God have mercy on our country.

      2. The answer is immaterial for us, since we will be destroyed. But it is probable they will turn on each other. I have mentioned this possibility many times.

      3. Actually, the possibility is that quite a few of us will see it.

        How destroyed will we be? We individually may not see it, but as a country, I expect many will see the communists turning on each other. Nuclear bombs are powerful, but they are far from omnipotent. Then to make things worse for the bombs, hills and hollows deflect the blast so that some people within the blast zone will survive. San Francisco is a case in point—an attacker would practically have to carpet bomb the city to get all the nooks and crannies, while in contrast Phoenix is miles upon miles of flat.

        Nukes are effective only against large targets, like cities, and hardened military targets. More than half of our country lives outside of those areas. Do our enemies have enough nukes to carpet bomb the rest of the country to get those not in the prime target areas? I don’t think so. So what’s the probability that they will survive? Is it not pretty good?

        Personally, I think China will implode into warring factions before they can turn on Russia, while Russia will meet its fate at the hands of Muslims. I may be wrong, that’s just my 2¢.

      4. Perseus said: “they woildn’t do it until they destroyed us.”
        Agreed. If they are as serious as we believe – that they are following a long range strategy that spanning decades – then we shouldn’t expect them to be derailed by petty infighting Not until the reason for their cooperation – America – has disappeared.

        At least Russia and China (or at least their leaders) share a common ideology. In a hypothetical future where America is defeated, I would imagine that Iran would eventually come into conflict against the communist bloc. They have incompatible ideologies.

    3. I agree with that comment Thomas – that is the end few talk about. There is no scenario I see in which Russia and China ‘get along’ for very long. But like bad mafia bosses they use each other until one decides to take the others territory. And certainly all those who were bribed, tricked or blackmailed into following along in the US will be disposed. It’s amazing the blindness that takes over a cold and hard heart.

      1. The thing is, if/when they destroy the US, it is highly unlikely they attack each other, for the simple reason they are both heavily armed killers. Neither one would be taken by surprise. Both would have insane weapons. Theirs would truly be a mutually assured destruction, not this embarrassing weakness that Americans still think exists. I think for that reason alone, they would settle into an uneasy peace, because they know the other would be absolutely prepared to annihilate the other.

      2. Weakness invites aggression. Who in their right mind would attack Russia or China? But pull on Uncle Sam’s beard at every opportunity.

    4. Someone close to me who loved Russia, living there for enough years to get to know it, has told me that Russians are very racist.

      1. Indeed! Viktor Belenko, who flew a MIG 25 to Japan back ion the 70s demonstrated that. The book “MIG Pilot” is a good read.

  9. After hearing analyses of the Guangdong military preparations, it seems to me that we must resign ourselves to either (1) fight a war from a position of considerable disadvantage, or (2) surrender to a grim fate without protest.

    1) Our elites are completely compromised
    2) Our populace is extremely divided, and generally unaccustomed to hardship after decades of relative prosperity
    3) Our industrial capacity and energy production are woefully inadequate
    4) Our nuclear armaments are obsolete and diminished in number; our missile defenses will be ineffective against our adversaries’ new missile technologies

    In a contest of conventional forces, the west stands a reasonable chance of prevailing through superior equipment, tactics, and training. But as Mr. Nyquist and others have repeatedly noted – and I find their arguments compelling – our adversaries now possess a considerable advantage in nuclear armaments. If one accepts this, then one must accept that nuclear war is not only possible, but it is *probable*, for what general would neglect the use of his most potent weapons? It is a grim conclusion, but one that I have begun to accept.

    “The whole secret lies in confusing the enemy, so that he cannot fathom our real intent…
    Let your plans be dark and impenetrable as night, and when you move, fall like a thunderbolt.”
    – Sun Tzu

    1. There are number of advantages we have if we leverage them. Freedom is one of the biggest, and the fact that once they expose themselves the enemy is greatly weakened thereafter.

    2. Anthony Lu makes some good points, but let’s look at them from another perspective.

      1) It’s true that our elites are mostly on their side, but will they be much of a factor in this war?

      2) We need to look at the differences between urban and rural populations. That is also our main geographic differences politically and socially.
      Most of the soft people who don’t know hardship live in the cities.
      In contrast towns like Muleshoe, Texas, with a population of less than 5000, where it is expected that people hunt and camp. They know the hardships of being outdoors and how to cope. There are tens of thousands of Muleshoes in the U.S.
      Nukes work best against large population centers. Will the enemy waste nukes on the Muleshoes?
      But where will most of our fighters originate, if not in the small towns like Muleshoe and the rural areas surrounding them?

      3) Our industrial output is totally inadequate for a long war, but will this be a long war? Will the hoarding over the past couple of years give us enough weapons and ammo to see us through?

      4) After the first day, how many nukes will be left? After the first day, those of our nukes that weren’t destroyed will have been expended, and will not the enemy have expended all of theirs as well?

      The enemy will have the advantage after the first day. But then comes the occupation and mop-up. At that point, will we not have the overwhelming advantage? Advantages like local knowledge and numbers of fighters? Like Anthony, I am saddened at the thought of tens of millions of U.S. people who will be killed, but I’m resigned to that.

    3. NSA claims the ability to capture all digital communications. It is unlikely that any control file material on Western politicians isn’t possessed or known of by their SIGINT capture. That is a lot of leverage going back the other direction, and double agents that must comply to their home country’s will. It will come down to the satellites and whatever equivalents for the kind of targeting and battle space management seen prevailing against the odds in Ukraine currently, and WMD equivalent infrastructure hacking compromise. Short of that and neutralizing the submarines simultaneously, there will be MAD and more for these freaks.

  10. To fight the devil, you must clearly know the devil’s intentions and methods, and you can’t try to figure it out with a gentleman’s mentality and fight it in a conventional way. Russia and the CCP are now attacking with unrestricted warfare, and democracies must fight back with unrestricted warfare.

  11. Regarding the possibilities of riots and unrest prior to an attack, the Russ/Chinese may not even need ‘fifth columnists’ to stir up mayhem. Already we have had warnings of violent action by pro-abortionists if indeed the Supreme Court in effect overturns Roe v. Wade by the end of their present term, which is not that far away now (by end of June). They will doubtlessly enlist every leftist ally group they can to join them, and Antifa will be one only too willing to contribute. Or, we could endure another George Floyd blacks-vs. police incident that the media and administration choose to further inflame. But perhaps the most profound threat is widespread and long-lasting blackouts in major metropolitan areas. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission members and the North American Electric Reliability Corp both recently have affirmed the looming possibility of blackouts this summer during heat waves. (Which of course, would be caused only by the left’s ‘Green New Deal’ (i.e. the Blackout Raw Deal) implementation in its early stages.) Just what the country needs now. eh? The only silver lining in that would be if Washington DC were hit as well. How hot do the House and Senate floors get without AC for a period of time? Hopefully mighty hot, as we can only dream of a fainting heat-exhausted Nancy Pelosi. Would Mr. Nyquist agree that if civil unrest were a prerequisite for a surprise attack, that *this* —on a more or less simultaneous multiple area effect scale—would be the most ideal prompt our enemies could be presented with?

    1. You are dreaming if you think the DC Regime would allow blackouts to touch them.

    2. They mistake Legacy American forbearance about use of force for weakness. Their helter skelter scenario agitated for in media and on the street can only end in Kenosha like encounters, regardless of however many Soros and WEF DAs they install through chicanery. And it is still the most religious, most charitable populace in the West; mutuality remains a thing in America, especially outside the cities. They’ll have to water the Tree of Liberty and Yamamoto’s Grass their candy ass selves eventually, if they absolutely must get their tiny hands on lower 48 Lebensraum.

  12. Jeff Nyquist’s exposition of Sokolovskii’s principles is very clear and makes perfect sense. It shows that no developed nation should lag behind missile technology. What impresses me the most is not that Russian and Chinese have managed to understand this, but how all western leaders have not. It s hard to accept that our leaders are so dumb.
    I happen to have a doubt about the chinese mobilization for war. Do you know about any satellite images showing they are indeed mobilizing, or are we just trusting on the information that was given by chinese freedom loving persons?

    1. One thing visible by satellite for at least the past month or so is the bottleneck of cargo ships in Chinese ports. They’ve been unable to unload their cargo and turnaround. The stockpiling of wheat and fuel also has been reported on in mainstream news for probably close to a year. They now have over 60% of the world’s supply of wheat. Also stockpiling gold – been reported for at least a year.

      Locking down hundreds of millions of their own people – ostensibly due to covid – is also something you might do while switching factories from commercial to military purposes, so as not to have the public going to work and finding out too early that’s something going on (I believe Nyquist made this point in an interview). What most Western analysts view as a failing Chinese economy (e.g., because normally dependent on exports) also could be an economy pivoting to a closed war economy.

      1. Thankfully, China is so utterly corrupt that most of that wheat stockpile will be destroyed through corruption. Even now, there are Chinese profiting greatly by selling wheat on the black market while replacing their stores with rotten replacement or simply lying about it on paper. It is why you occasionally hear of fires taking down wheat silos. When they get word of an audit, and you can’t bribe the auditor, you set the place on fire.

        China and Russia are too corrupt, stupid and incompetent to run a major war. Their leaders on the top might be able to operate complicated plans to corrupt the West or to plot a war, but the carry through will be managed by tens of thousands of low IQ Communist officials.

        That’s our major advantage in all of this: while we may be utterly unprepared and riddled with traitors, our enemy is essentially the Orcs and Goblins of Mordor with all the same drawbacks that implies.

      2. Former expats to China on the Grain Storage questions:

        If true, the figures are radically inflated. Same for Gold, after that massive fraud of the King gold exchange circa 2018. Evergrand doesn’t inspire confidence, either. The Soviet Union really was a rotting edifice in the 40s without enormous capital injections even preceding Lend Lease. If the same can be avoided with current year CCP, they should be cannibalizing each other shortly.

      3. I remember last year after China’s devastating floods that wiped out much of China’s food production that people talked about “chewing grass” to describe the food shortage. The Chinese press said that there was plenty to eat back then (Yeah, sure) and that now they have a year’s worth of food stored up. Which do you believe? Do the reports add up? Or will there be actual starvation in China come fall?

    2. Civilian RoRo Ship Turned into Amphibious Giant Ship and Has Strategic Significance
      from Jennifer Zeng’s youtube channel

      “A leaked audio file of the War Mobilization Meeting of PLA and Guangdong province shows that Guangdong needs to mobilize 64 10K-ton roll-on/roll-off ships. This video shows an example of how a civilian ship can be turned into a combat one in “seconds”.”

      In the blog post immediately preceding the current one, the comments section contains numerous links to analyses by Mr. Nyquist and others on this topic. You may find some of those illuminating if you haven’t watched them already.

  13. Thank you for your analysis, Jeff.

    I had never heard of “Lude Media”, so I googled a bit and found this:


    “Mr. Lude and Lude media had collaborated with Miles Guo between 2017 to July 2021. In July 2021, Miles Guo used propaganda to attack Dr. Lawrence Sellin, a COVID-19 Subject Matter Expert and an American Patriot. Mr. Lude realized that Miles Guo should be a hidden CCP agent in the USA and immediately canceled the collaborative relationship with Miles Guo.”

    I have learned about Miles Guo through Steve Bannon. Do they still work together?

    1. Yes, Bannon gets major funding for WarRoom from him. He always plays his music video in between segments. I have heard varying theories on Lude/Guo’s loyalties, and I personally wonder why China has not silenced him, but there is no denying his network supposedly acquired this bombshell video.

      1. Yes, that`s what the article says.
        If Guo really is a CCP agent, I`d really like to know how the CCP thinks it might profit from it. He seems to really turn people against the CCP. I got suspicious when I saw how he pushed a strange Cryptocurrency called “Himalays Coin”. Maybe he wants to scam people to discredit his movement and thus being Anti-CCP.
        Very strange, but that`s how “controlled opposition” works, I guess.

      2. There are people who are anti-communist and will not believe overt communist propaganda. How do you misinform them? Great subtlety is required, and you must sound like an anti-communist. If you get a following you can insert false and misleading narratives.

  14. About the timing, i wonder: Russian invasion of Ukraine, during the winter to spring, was that meant to put Ukraine/NATO in a slow burn? Seeing how much was sent to Kiev, from NATO, was that an economic attack? Making the whole alliance spend a lot of resources, against soviet era junk.
    Personally I think Russia was barely scathed, manpower and equipment wise. Some time ago, i’ve been told that “Russia has enough junk (soviet era outdated equipment) to start a world war”.

  15. Jeff, what do you think about the Shanghai lockdowns being lifted now? Is this associated with war preparation?

    1. I believe the lockdowns in Shanghai and other Chinese cities must have some other explanation than COVID. In the 56-minute audio from the CCP standing committee explicitly says the lockdowns have been helpful with social control, and social control is the key to effecting the transition from normal to war.

  16. For dictators (Stalin, Hitler, Mao, Putin, Xi), people’s lives are just cold numbers, and they will wage wars for their own interests, killing hundreds of millions of people without pity. Xi preaches a people’s war, and he has hundreds of millions of Chinese lives to squander, and his propaganda mouthpiece has been threatening to fight a nuclear war with the enemy even if hundreds of millions of people die and all cities east of Xi’an are destroyed. Don’t forget that since 1949, the CCP has always regarded the United States as an imaginary enemy, and it has never changed.

  17. I’m very grateful for those who risked their lives to inform us of what is going on. Thank you!

    “To assist with this, they might attempt to trigger riots in the United States through their fifth columnists. ”

    Yesterday I was listening to some farmers and others who said the price of food will double by October. In addition, with the shortage of diesel and trucks not able to deliver as many goods, we’re heading into a disaster. I don’t think it will take much “effort” to trigger riots at that point.

    1. We are in a serious economic crisis at present. If we lack the fuel to run our transport systems, a general economic breakdown becomes possible.

      1. Because of the cost of diesel fuel, truck drivers are being laid off and trucks parked. It doesn’t require a fuel shortage to cause a breakdown. If transportation systems breakdown because of cost, and we are well into that, economic breakdown is probable.

  18. I’m of the opinion that most leaders of most countries have no problem eliminating 90% of the world’s population. It is too difficult for them to nurse the masses. The only difference between the (EU, UK, America alliance) and other dictatorships is the methodology and pretense of masquerading as a democracy that is people oriented. American leadership is by far the more deceitful in that regard.

    1. “American leadership is by far the more deceitful”

      Yes, read “American Betrayal,” they are covering up their crimes and others because of their complicity in them.

      Jeff, love the China tank box art, just a matter of time!

    2. Yes, those in charge of the former liberal democracies evidently want to retain all the old names of political parties, newspapers and other institutions while they change utterly in nature.

      This is also why they introduce totalitarian measures under pretexts, such as presenting censorship and punishment for wrongthink as a mere matter of reasonable protection for MusIims or the “LGВT community” from “hate speech” – the details of the pretext are much less important than the mechanism of silencing dissent and commanding acquiescence from the majority and enthusiastic participation from a large minority.

      Likewise, the obedience training under the pretext of COVlD: even in places when there was little or no policing, people would still voluntarily wear masks and keep themselves under house arrest, while never receiving more than flimsy and contradictory justifications for such extreme measures. These people also volunteered to be guinea pigs for experimental vaссines and continue to do so, even as government statistics show the vaссines to be both ineffective and dangerous. With this level of dog-like obedience all across the former free world, those who seek to impose totalitarianism on us are encouraged to continue.

      What we don’t know is whether they are co-ordinating to some degree with Moscow and Beijing, or whether the impending war will take them by surprise. As Jeff said in a comment a couple of posts back, people who are being manipulated don’t have to understand what they are doing.

    3. Eddie,
      I respectfully disagree. Our system is designed with checks and balances. When the Leaders get out if alignment with the will of the people, we have levers of control to change course: elections, public debate, right to peacefully protest, lawsuits, etc. Cases in point, the build back better bill did not pass. Covid federal mask mandates were forced back; churches in California defeated through lawsuits the forced shut downs; parents across the nation are changing the faces on their schoolboards; record numbers of children have been removed from public schools (4%). I agree the problems we face are enormous, but people are waking up and pushing back. We need to recognize one enemy and one enemy alone and that is Communism. Once there is a large enough coalition that recognizes this, the pushback will become a force multiplier. The enemy is not corrupt individuals. They are a problem, but Communism is a destructive evil that corrupts hearts and souls and brings despair and death.

      1. Dear Lady FLG,
        America is being run by leaders and influential people who were either trained by, educated by or align themselves with communists. The indoctrination/brainwashing is part of the communist agenda. What is most unfortunate is that they have bought into the deception that they will be part of the select few still in charge should America be overrun by real communism. On the contrary, real communists will not tolerate anyone who sold out their own people because they would be seen as a threat to full communism, once it is implemented, after they have a chance to see how evil it truly is. Everything you see that appears to counter the evils we are facing is a charade. The problems are coming fast and furious, so much so that we haven’t the resources to counter. Everything is corrupted and we are headed into the abyss and there is no returning to a civil society. The worst is yet to come. Are you ready?

      1. How’s that? He was asked a question and answered.

        You sound like a fool.

      2. It’s one of the best books I ever read, if not the most important at this time. Unlike others who push their wares, Jeff does not, his writing speaks for itself and can stand the test of time. It is deep and informative. I suggest allowing ample time to read it. It’s not a book that is meant to be rushed through. I am grateful for Jeff’s work and that I found his site. Thank you

  19. I suspect the opening salvos of real war will come from the pawns, especially China’s cat paw, North Korea I also suspect Iran already has nukes.

    i agree that Taiwan can’t be the main target If Taiwan were attacked Japan would go nuclear in a hot minute. The Chinese wont deal well with that.

    I also agree that if they attacked Taiwan with success or not they would have an economic unraveling that would sink the country, for they would have no customers of any consequence. Sure they might limp along for a while, but eventually internal pressure would break China apart

    The Chinese and Russians have backed themselves into a corner by putting faith in a failed doctrine of death and destruction , but what do cornered animals do, they lash out.

    The US is not ready, not by a long shot. There isn’t even a strong manufacturing backbone that could be converted to weapons factories, even if there were, there’s no time and the enemy certainly wont let us build such infrastructure

    It’s come down to the last 3 nations 2 vying for world supremacy and one just trying to survive. With the odds stacked against that one nation.

    The southern border is being constantly prodded by Mexican cartels most definitely at the behest of the Chinese. Areas of the southern border are described as a war zone

    Yes, China and Russia may very well launch a nuke strike, but if they don’t and are patient we will implode

    Why, universal basic income. Once the general public votes to grant themselves money from the public treasury for doing nothing, it’s game over.
    The grip of the communists will be complete

    bill freeman

      1. Our food infrastructure seems to be under attack. I wonder if those setting the fires at our food processors and production plants are American, Russian or Chinese agents…

      2. Good question. The GRU defector Viktor Suvorov (aka Vladimir Rezun) wrote extensively on this topic, calling it “grey terror” — which is part of “the preparatory period.”

  20. “It makes no difference if you speak Chinese or not. You will never be accepted as Chinese.”

    Maybe, I don’t know Chinese so I can’t tell, I don’t have an ambition to become a Chinese. Generally, it is very hard to change one’s nationality, requires a lot of effort, not as easy as changing “gender”.

    1. Changing nationality is one thing, changing your race is impossible.

      1. You can identify as whatever you want according to American degenerates.

        I meant it is hard to master foreign language on a native level.

      2. Why should people who belong to different tribes be judged for not integrating with other tribes? We can be friends and have good relations with other nations without destroying the given ethnic identity of people. Such identities enrich humanity. This puerile craze to make humanity into one flavor is wicked.

      3. If direct at me, you’re mistaken. I don’t judge those who don’t want to integrate. Having lived in Asia for as long as I did and having married a native Korean, I understand their desire to remain homogenous. v I often tell my friends that inter-cultural marriages are difficult. It’s understandable to me now why it was once frowned upon. It wasn’t racism as much as it was that parents understood the difficulties their children would face. I was married to a Korean for nearly 30 years. Our marriage ended in divorce, but I still care for her and only want the best for her. There just became a point where we realized our cultural differences made a peaceful marriage too difficult. There were things she could never understand about me and visa-versa. While I respect the Asian cultures, I also know and understand they’ll never show true loyalty to a non-member of their race(s).

      4. I think respect for cultural and racial differences is real respect, and political correctness actually disrespects those differences. That is a point on which politically correct nonsense about race can be opposed. To admit cultural differences and respect them is the proper course. To say everyone is the same is real disrespect. The same applies to differences between individuals.

    2. I am amazed at your statement. Is changing gender even possible? Does an operation or surgery actually change gender? Can a biological woman, after surgery, make a woman pregnant? Or can they make a man who sex-changed to a woman pregnant? Your statement assumes gender can be changed. But is that a realistic possibility? How can we say someone has changed genders when they cannot perform the essential functions of that gender? You may correct my error, but which person has ever performed the essential reproductive function of the opposite sex? Thus, the do-called change is cosmetic and unreal. Please show me the error of my thinking.

      1. AFAIK in biological sense, there is no such a thing as “gender”, only biological sex. Biologically, a man can become a castrate or just a crossdresser, but never a woman.

        Gender is originally a linguistic term. If you are a man and want to be called she or “they” or something. Using correct pronouns is allegedly a big deal in your military.

      2. Communists in America perform a linguistic operation on this topic, switching seamlessly back and forth from “biological sex” to “gender” back and forth in a traditional Communist conflation dual-definition game.

        “A trans woman is a woman”, they say, utilizing the gender definition (gender simply meaning an invisible set of preferences, and thus this statement is virtually irrefutable), “and since they are women(gender definition), trans women should play in women’s sports(biological sex definition)”, women’s sports of course being arranged along biological sex lines. Object to the new biological sex arrangement they are proposing, and they will seamlessly switch back to gender (“so you don’t believe trans women are women? Bigot.”)

        This is classic Communist dual-definition linguistic domination that works almost every time it is tried. The goal is quite clearly to redefine what a woman is from the historical biological sex definition to the gender one, which has no limitations and thus can be anything. The goal is the absolute destruction of womanhood as any concrete concept.

      3. Socrates would have said this is marvelously witty stuff, but dangerous. He would also have predicted a great deal of money could be raised with this kind of “reasoning.” But he would also have advised them to keep it to themselves.

      4. Perseus said:
        “Communists in America perform a linguistic operation on this topic, switching seamlessly back and forth from “biological sex” to “gender” back and forth in a traditional Communist conflation dual-definition game. This is classic Communist dual-definition linguistic domination that works almost every time it is tried. The goal is quite clearly to redefine what a woman is from the historical biological sex definition to the gender one, which has no limitations and thus can be anything. The goal is the absolute destruction of womanhood as any concrete concept.”

        Completely agree – I think you have laid it out perfectly. The goal is confusion – complete and utter confusion. It is only one facet of the broad demoralization process presented by Yuri Bezmenov. A populace is more amenable to conquest when they are no longer able to apprehend what is real and what is fantasy – resources and attention are misallocated to the detriment of the society.

      5. We need to quit misusing the term “gender.” It is a grammatical term. Sex can not be changed, You are what you are from birth and no amount of hormones of surgery will change that fact.

  21. Good news. US President Joe Biden just gave Ukraine the High Mobility Artillery Rocket System. While not the deluxe version with a range of186 miles, the missiles still will be able to strike well within Russia with an attenuated range of about 50 miles, but not to worry, because Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy promises not to do so.

    Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said to reporters, “We believe that the United States is adding fuel to the fire deliberately and on purpose. Such supplies do not encourage Kyiv to resume peace talks.”

    Peskov is just spewing hate because Russia is a sore loser.

    1. I think Ukraine needs support, but I do not like that Biden talked of causing pain to Russia. Our policy should not be to hurt Russia, but to protect Europe — and Ukraine is the front line of Europe. Russia must honor its word regarding Ukrainian sovereignty. This should not be about hurting anyone. All nations win when sovereignty is respected.

      1. Biden was being refreshingly candid. Life has become as a James Bond movie.

        Just like Klaus Schwab the other day, threatened the Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro, if he were to refuse to sign the World Health Organization‘s pandemic treaty. “Let’s also be clear: The future is not just happening. The future is built by us, a powerful community – you, here in this room. We have the means to impose this state [of the future] on the world,” Schwab said in response to Bolsonaro.

        “Brazil will not get into this [pandemic treaty]. Brazil is autonomous and will not get into this, you can forget that. I’ve already [spoken] to our foreign relations cabinet and if that proposal goes forward, it won’t be with Brazil,” said Bolsonaro.

        “Moreover, I was the only statesman that didn’t adhere to the lockdown policies. I said we had to take care of the elderly and people with comorbidities, and today’s studies outside of Brazil especially show that I was right.”

        “Check this out: Which state in Brazil locked [down] itself the most? Sao Paulo. Which state had the most deaths per 100,000 people? Sao Paulo. That’s a sign I was right.”

      2. I don’t think you can protect Europe without hurting Russia. It’s caused by the nature of Putin’s regime.

      3. If you shoot somebody in self-defense there is only one right answer when answering to a judge. You did not shoot to inflict pain. If that is your answer you are legally in trouble. You say, “Your honor, I shot to STOP him.” You never shoot to inflict pain. Pain is not your concern. Stopping is your objective.

      4. Russia considers us to be its avowed enemy. It has spent generations undermining us.

        Why in the heck wouldn’t we want to see their military ground to powder in Ukr.?

  22. I agree, one should be what he was born and respect others for what they were born. If someone is able to make living where he was born, should consider himself lucky.

    What you describe is internationalism, peaceful coexistence of discrete nations without imposing a cosmopolitan identity and culture on them.

    “Proletarian culture does not abolish national culture, it gives it content. On the other hand, national culture does not abolish proletarian culture, it gives it form.” – J. V. Stalin

    I enjoy Anglo-American culture, but don’t like the fact it is being imposed on other nations.

    1. What I describe is not internationalism. And I deny absolutely that there is any such thing as “proletarian culture.” Stalin was just having fun at the expense of gullible people.

    2. Commit, you forget about those people who, while they were young and growing up, lived in different countries, in different cultures and had to speak different languages. Those children can never fully re-integrate into the countries in which they were born. I know, I’m one of those. I am most at home among immigrants. ABCs (Americans born of Chinese ancestry) are usually more American than I.

      What do you mean by “proletarian culture”? The one found among the factory workers in Mexico, or the peasant farmers in villages in Germany, or the mountain peoples living in villages in the Andes, or what? Is there such a thing as a unified “proletarian culture”?

      As for American culture, for the most part, it’s not being imposed on others, rather it’s being eagerly lapped up by others.

      But the biggest cultural difference is between those who follow the Bible, and those who don’t. “Those who don’t” includes many who profess believing the Bible, but don’t read it themselves nor do their lives show it.

    1. The World Health Organization’s Executive Board has elected China with zero objections from any developed nations, despite the role it played in obfuscating investigations into the origins of the COVID-19 coronavirus.

      Reporting for watchdog organization UN Watch, Hillel Neuer reported that the “regime that crushed” warnings from whistleblowers who warned of the COVID-19 pandemic ahead of its global outbreak in late 2019 and early 2020 was elected without any objections to the WHO’s Executive Board late last week.

      “This is the regime that crushed those in Wuhan like Dr. Li Wenliang who courageously tried to warn the world about the coronavirus,” Neuer wrote on Twitter.

      He noted that “not a single democracy spoke out to object.”

      Newsmax reports that Dr. Li Wenliang was a Wuhan-based doctor who was squelched by the Chinese Communist Party after he tried to warn the world of the initial reports of a SARS-like virus later identified as COVID-19. The 34-year-old doctor died of the disease in February 2020.


  23. Jeff, I’m not sure if you’ve touched on this topic already, but do you believe that Florida is also an invasion target at the onset of such an operation via South American shipping and Cuba? McDill Airforce Base is a prime target, there’s also the port of Tampa, and Miami? Would the port be hit along with McDill Air Force Base given what you know?

    1. I do not have access to enemy war plans, so you will have to use your own judgment. If war breaks out there will be many unexpected actions and failed actions. War is full of mishap. I would expect Cuban troops in Florida — but how many how soon? I do not know. The bungle factor is huge with communist war plans.

    2. You raise a very valid question – one that no one can answer with great certainty. However, few people are aware that Russia has been stockpiling weapons in Nicaragua with at least one base. A while back, the Nicaraguan congress voted to allow Russian warships to patrol their waters. In fact, a friend of mine there just told me this week that the government has put a temporary hold on all coastal properties. I think it’s possible that Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela participate in some action against the US and Florida seems to be the easiest target. I doubt they would come into Texas as that would be a suicide march. I’ve researched this extensively and it does seem they are planning something from the south but no one can say exactly what at this point.

      1. I agree that Texas would be suicide for an invader. That would seem odd on the surface given that we are overrun by illegals. And the larger cities are liberal camps. But the Texas Texan is a different animal. We have great restraint amidst our desire to fight and will be absolutely ruthless when the time comes. It is with great difficulty that we hold back. That is why Texas is considered a hostile state in the NWO scheme of things.

      2. Yes Eddie that is the reason I am proud to be a Texan. There is a liberal element in the cities, even the capital Austin is fighting for its life. But there are enough of us around the state, including the sherifs, and many in leadership who will fight to the death. I believe Texas has a lot of hope to offer the rest of the nation when it’s ready to receive it….

  24. Jeff,

    your blog is the most valuable asset on the internet. We are bombarded with lies and disinformation to the point of nothing having any meaningful impact anymore. Your blog stands out in that regard as one shinning point of light in a dense fog of nonsense. I am 57 years of age. I grew up loving my country and everything I “thought” it stood for. Our people are great, but our leaders have always been corrupt and compromised. Our Republic transitioned to an Empire many years ago, and empires always go through the same stages and then collapse. We are no different. Human nature never changes. Our economy and financial system have been a fraud for decades. I have first hand knowledge of that, as I was in the industry since 21 years of age. We are at the end of the end. America is a doomed nation, nothing can save us from those who have deceived us and raped us for decades. The time is very short. America is a failed state, and will suffer the same consequences of all failed empires of the past. It is our fault as citizens, we allowed this to happen out of our own selfishness and greed. We will be reduced to ashes, and it will be sooner rather than later. I am sorry to say this, but truth is better than false hope.

  25. It looks like Russia is putting all their geopolitical eggs in the Ukrainian basket… For them (according to Dugin) the conflict is a matter of “to be or not to be”. Either Russia wins or the world ceases to be. Russia’s (IMHO) feigned weakness in the Donbass (with mostly ridiculous gains, considering their overwhelming military superiority over the Ukrainians) could be a strategy to goad the west/NATO into the Ukraine ever so slowly and gradually (including a possible Polish incursion into Galicia/L’viv) in order to force Russia into a nuclear conflict under the pretext of avoiding an unacceptable Russian defeat. The best time for Russia to go nuclear would be simultaneously with the CCP as they launch their own nuclear foray.

    1. Notice how Dugin is not making an argument on the basis of right or the Justice of Russia’s cause in Ukraine. He threatens America with nuclear destruction. He says Russia will strike with nuclear weapons if we do not allow them to take Ukraine. Notice how he does not say they want part of Ukraine. He says they want Ukraine. This at least has the virtue of honesty, though it partakes of the wickedness of the Melian Dialogue — where a similar threat and demand was made by Athens — which I will link below. Next, the Chinese philosopher simply uttered the full official lie of the CCP about never starting a nuclear war. The Russian rhetoric is closer to truth, but is nonetheless murderous. The Chinese rhetoric is not even worth hearing. Here is a spokesman of murderers who do not want to say anything remotely true on this subject. The Pakistani is some kind of pathetic window dressing. https://www.mtholyoke.edu/acad/intrel/melian.htm

      1. And by the same line of thought we can expect no help from our feeble and misguided allies when comes our watch at the gate. But then, when has anyone ever helped America in her need?

      2. As an American I always keep in mind this history of French assistance in our war of independence. Gratitude is always the right attitude.

      3. I remember Desert Storm, where a UN Resolution called for the United States to invade Iraq. Germany and France supported the call, but after the fact proceeded to extensively criticize the US for conducting the war, yet never proposed to rescind the UN Resolution. These hypocrites had installed underground military facilities for Saddam Hussein. The French and Germans are back stabbers, not to be depended upon.

    2. Anyone going into a war without consideration of possible defeat, is a fool. If Putin had thought things through, he would have made plans for a defeat. Like so many dictators before him, he made no such consideration.



    Tens Of Thousands Of Chickens Killed In 3 Million Eggs Per day Egg Farm Fire
    30 MAY 2022

    The united States of America is obviously under planned attack of its food supply and food distribution network. The people doing this must be found and “stopped” by any means necessary.

    Massive flames burned down a barn with tens of thousands of chickens in Wright County, Minnesota over the weekend.

    The fire started late Saturday night at Forsman Farms in Howard Lake, causing major damage.

    The Trebesch family thought they would spend Saturday night around their bonfire, but just after 10 p.m. they noticed massive flames across the field at Forsman Farms.

    “It was unbelievable how quick it grew, it was insane,” Andy Trebesch said. “It was the whole sky, it was quite large.”

    They called 911. Firefighters from multiple agencies across Wright County showed up, many volunteer firefighters. A barn housing tens of thousands of chickens was leveled, in what a farm spokesperson called a “tragic accident.”

    According to Forsman Farms website, the farm started in 1918, and now the fourth-generation family farm sells more than three million eggs a day to some of the nation’s largest retailers.

    “Overnight, a fire destroyed one of our barns at our Howard Lake farm. No one was injured and we are grateful that first responders were quickly on scene to put out the fire. Unfortunately, chickens were lost because of the fire. We are evaluating the extent of the damage – which appears to be confined to a single structure – as well as investigating the cause of the fire,” a Forsman Farms spokesperson said.


    In April, the tragic destruction by fire of the headquarters of Azure Standard in Oregon shocked millions of people, and since that news broke quite a few readers have been reaching out to me about the long string of unusual blazes that we have been witnessing from coast to coast in recent months. I decided to look into this phenomenon for myself, and I am sharing what I have discovered so far in this article. Dr. Benjamin Braddock and others had already been digging into this, and their research proved quite valuable as I began my investigation. Some of the incidents that people have reported I was not able to independently verify, and others I felt were too minor to be put on this list. With all that being said, the following is a list of 16 major fires that have occurred at key food industry facilities in the U.S. since the start of 2022…

    #1 Salinas, California

    As the smoke settles near Taylor Farms, questions remain on the future of the business and the roughly 1,000 people employed at the Abbott Street facility.

    There is little to nothing left of the processing facility due to fire and smoke damages caused by Wednesday night’s blaze, according to Deputy Fire Chief Sam Klemek.

    “About 85% to 95% of the building is a total loss,” he said.

    #2 Hermiston, Oregon

    Multiple workers are hospitalized following an explosion at a food processing facility that has nearby residents on alert for possible evacuation.

    The explosion occurred Tuesday evening at Shearer’s Foods in Hermiston, a city in agriculturally rich eastern Oregon. No deaths have been reported from the blast, but the extent of the damage to the plant and its future were not clear. City officials are concerned what the fire could mean for the community and local economy.

    #3 Conway, New Hampshire

    Neighbors banded together to support crews as they battled a fire in Conway for about 16 hours Monday night.

    More than 12 departments and agencies worked together to put out the fire at East Conway Beef and Pork.

    #4 San Juan, Texas

    On March 31, 2022, a structure fire significantly damaged a large portion of the largest fresh onion packing facilities in South Texas.

    #5 Jonesboro, Arkansas

    “The situation at our Jonesboro factory is under control and we are looking into the cause of the fire,” a Nestle spokesperson said. “Thankfully, no employees were injured and all are safe. We appreciate the quick response of the Jonesboro Fire Department and emergency response teams. The factory will remain closed as we assess the damage and return the factory to full operation. We plan to continue to support our employees financially during this time.”

    Nestle opened the plant in 2002 and in December 2020 the company unveiled plans to invest more than $100 million to expand the frozen foods plant, including the addition of 90,000 square feet and a new production line for Hot Pockets frozen sandwiches. In addition to Hot Pockets, Nestle makes products under the Stouffer’s, Lean Cuisine, DiGiorno, Tombstone and Sweet Earth brands at the plant.

    #6 Mauston, Wisconsin

    A portion of Mauston’s Wisconsin River Meats burnt down during an overnight fire Feb. 2-3, with the cause of the fire still under investigation.

    “The old portion of the plant is a total loss,” Wisconsin River Meats said in a Facebook post about the fire. “We humbly ask that you be patient and please give us some time to sort out the cause of the fire and for us to transition some of our business and invoicing to our warehouse.”

    #7 Fayetteville, Illinois

    Operating from what company officials referred to as the command center at Deli Star Corp.’s St. Louis Innovation Center, the Siegel family-led operations and executive team have spent the week scrambling to fulfill customers’ orders and work with local officials investigating a Jan. 11 fire that destroyed its 75,000-square-foot processing plant in Fayetteville, about 40 miles southeast of them.

    #8 Belfast, Maine

    Fire crews from several towns have been battling a fire at the Penobscot McCrum potato processing plant in Belfast. Crews were called to the scene at 28 Pierce Street around 3:30 a.m., according to Maine Department of Public Safety spokesperson Shannon Moss.

    #9 Leoti, Kansas

    A fire at a fertilizer company in western Kansas prompted evacuations Tuesday afternoon because hazardous materials were involved, officials said.

    The Ford County Regional Hazardous Materials Team deployed to Leoti for the fire and was fighting the blaze and removing hazardous material, Wichita County Clerk Lynda Goodrich said.

    #10 Claypool, Indiana

    Louis Dreyfus Company (LDC) said on Wednesday a fire had broken out in a bag house at its Claypool, Indiana, soybean processing and biodiesel plant on Tuesday and the affected systems had been suspended.

    No employees were injured and the fire was put out by 9:15 p.m. central time on Tuesday, LDC said in a statement. LDC’s website said soybean deliveries were suspended at the plant on Wednesday. LDC says Claypool is the largest fully integrated soybean processing and biodiesel plant in the United States.

    #11 Winston-Salem, Carolina

    An uncontrolled fire at a fertilizer plant in North Carolina forced thousands of people to evacuate as firefighters stood back Tuesday because of the danger of a large explosion.

    Authorities drove through neighborhoods and knocked on doors asking residents to leave within a one-mile radius (1.6 km) of the Winston Weaver Company fertilizer plant on the north side of Winston-Salem, where the fire started Monday night. Overnight, bright orange flames and thick plumes of smoke could be seen shooting into the sky. No injuries were reported.

    #12 Sunnyside, Washington

    A smoldering pile of sulfur quickly became a raging chemical fire just after 1 p.m. Monday at Nutrien Ag Solutions, 1101 Midvale Road, Sunnyside Fire Chief Ken Anderson said.

    The fire destroyed one storage building on the southeast corner of the fertilizer storage facility in the Port of Sunnyside and damaged others, but adjacent Nutrien buildings and storage tanks containing hazardous chemicals were spared, Anderson said Monday evening.

    #13 Lecompte, Louisiana

    A fire started at the Cargill-Nutrena feed mill in Lecompte, LA in the early hours of Thursday morning and burned for 12 hours, coverage by local television news station KALB said. An explosion reportedly occurred as firefighters were working the scene.

    #14 Maricopa, Arizona

    It’s a long road to recovery for Maricopa Food Pantry after a fire destroyed around 50,000 lb of food. The fire happened just 15 minutes after their food bank closed on Monday morning. Smoke was still coming from the rubble 24 hours later. “It had to be 40-50 feet in the air, just pure black smoke. It engulfed the entire neighborhood,” said Maricopa Food Pantry President Mike Connelly. “The heat we could feel down at the corner.”

    #15 Dufur, Oregon

    The headquarters of Azure Standard, the nation’s premier independent distributor of organic and healthy food, was destroyed by fire overnight. There were no injuries. The cause of the fire is unknown and under investigation. The loss of the facility and the impact on companywide operations is being assessed and expected to be limited and temporary. No other Azure Standard facilities were affected.

    #16 Planfield, Indiana

    Investigators from the ATF’s National Response Team began its on-scene investigation on Friday into the massive fire at a Walmart facility in Plainfield.

    The team, led by Supervisor Christopher Forkner, is working with the Plainfield Fire Territory, Indiana State Fire Marshal’s Office and the Plainfield Police Department, according to a press release. ATF special agents from the Indianapolis Offices of the Columbus Field Division will also be assisting.

    Of course it is not unusual for there to be fires at food industry facilities, and fire departments are accustomed to responding to such fires and putting them out.

    But in many of these cases, we are talking about absolutely uncontrollable fires that seemed to erupt very suddenly.

    And in many of these cases the firefighters that responded were not able to save the structures because the fires were so enormous.

    Needless to say, the collective loss of all of these facilities will make the coming food shortages quite a bit worse.

    It seems to many people this string of fires is not accidental. It seems the American people are under attack.

    Whoever is perpetrating this, needs to be “ended.”

    1. I think that we can agree that they are creating a crisis to provide a solution (the great reset). We would probably disagree on who are they.

    2. Oh my gosh! I hadn’t heard about the fire at the egg farm. Eggs have already gone up a lot in price. This is going to make it much worse!

      It really does seem like our food supply is under attack! 🙁

      1. Sardines are a cheap alternative protein and fat source. Just find a brand you like. A cheap and quality brand is SEASON. Morrocan sardines. 1 dollar 4 Oz can. 10 packs. Costco BJs etc.

      2. Thank you for the suggestion bedlamsbard1, but I don’t think sardines would taste very good in bread, cornbread, cookies, cakes, meatloaf, etc. LOL!

      3. I am not so sure our food processors / fertilizer plants are under attack. We need to do more research from past years and see if this is truly an anomaly. I have heard this is not unusual. Plus, what if the bird flu at the chicken farm was present, wouldn’t a fire be convenient?

      4. There has been much research. There have been more major fires at food processing plants in the last six months than the last 10 years total.

  27. “ Adam has helped me understand, why the Japanese Samurai, had such distain for business men, as pathetic excuses men, and only tolerated them as they tolerated their women, as they did provide a necessary service to society.”

    Just saw this posted online. About a businessman named Adam who was baffled by a serious geopolitical discussion about the real possibility of wwiii. Just thought people here would enjoy it 🙂

  28. Regarding the recent monkeypox cases that we have been seeing of late, I have to walk back my earlier position that the monkeypox virus was unlikely to be modified in the same manner as SARS-CoV-2. I must return to a purely agnostic position and concede that deliberate genetic modification *may* have occurred – I believe further evidence is needed, but it cannot be ruled out.

    A paper out of Portugal, released May 23 (I’m a bit late to this bandwagon) makes the following points:

    Multi-country outbreak of Monkeypox virus: genetic divergence and first signs of microevolution

    * The multi-country outbreak most likely has a single origin
    * The outbreak virus belongs to the West African clade and is most closely related to viruses (based on available genome data) associated with the exportation of monkeypox virus from Nigeria to several countries in 2018 and 2019, namely the United Kingdom, Israel and Singapore.

    *** [Emphasis my own] The outbreak virus diverges a mean of 50 SNPs from those 2018-2019 viruses (46 SNPs from the closest reference, which is far more than one would expect considering the estimated substitution rate for Orthopoxviruses.


    The virus exhibits more genetic divergence than expected. This may have occurred naturally – or not. A date point to consider, pending further evidence.

  29. Where does Japan figure in a scenario that has America taken out by Russia and China? When do they get involved and with who? What is their future?

    1. If I were a ruthless Chinese communist, I would use economic coercion to force Japan into neutrality before launching the war. Short of that, I would just nuke em. It worked in 1945.

    2. They have no nukes and they have no energy supplies. They could be forced to surrender using those two leverage points.

  30. Just to clarify a previous comment for @rociomatamoros722 Australians are generous, nice people and tolerant to a fault. But when the vaccination rollout occurred last year comments were made that those who do not take the vaccinations should pay for their own treatment (we have so-called socialised medicine) or maybe not be treated. I want to make it clear that I believe these comments came from a good place but were due to stoking of fears by a media who really should have known better. It is also concerning how much propaganda was spread around and how the public were looking for a scapegoat.

  31. Jeff, not sure if you can comment, I had a talk with Albert from the Hong Kong Independence Party about the immigration coming out from Hong Kong where apparently the Chinese Communist Party is using the brand of Hong Kong and Hong Kong Democracy to colonize the world, is it possible these people they are sending out from Hong Kong could very well be People’s Liberation Army agents and in any event of war, they can be activated, also just letting you know the immigration from Hong Kong are targeting countries including New Zealand, Australia, Europe including the UK and North America including the US and Canada

    1. It is the modern-day equivalent to the Japanese ninja masquerading as a gardener in the enemy camp.

  32. Today, in London: Trooping the Colour, as part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

    Will the former British Empire – now, an empire no more – be destroyed by the Evil Empire of the East?

    There is, among others, a prophecy by Bavarian seer Alois Irlmaier (1894 – 1959), which says that the whole of London and vast parts of Southeast England will be submerged by huge tsunamis (translation mine):

    “A part of England disappears when that thing gets thrown into the sea, dropped by an aircraft. Then, the water will rise up high as one piece and will again fall down. I do not know what that is.”

    Swedish clairvoyant (who later in his life lived in Norway) Anton Johansson (1858 – 1929) foresaw this (translation from the German by myself):

    “All countries along the North Sea were considerably affected, but no other country seemed to me more heavily hit than Great Britain, and there especially the East coast… In the Norwegian mountains snow had not yet fallen. I was led to the area around Trondheim. I stood at the beach and looked over the sea. Suddenly, the ground began shaking. The houses in the city were trembling like leaves and some timber-made buildings along the sea collapsed. Soon after, one could hear from the sea a terrible roar, and a huge tidal wave was rolling with tremendous speed towards the coast and hit the cliffs. In the flat areas, the flood rolled far inland and submerged vast parts of Trondheim, causing considerable damage. Big storehouses broke apart and were washed into the sea. The floodings extended over the entire Norwegian coast, from southern Norway up to the area around Bodö. I heard the names of several cities there.

    “I then was led, in the spirit, to the great cities on the English east coast, where the forces of nature caused the greatest possible destruction. The whole English east coast was submerged under water, far inland. Especially the city of Hull and its closer surrounding suffered heavily. Scotland must have experienced an especially hard hit as it seemed that great parts of the country had sunk into the sea. Then I saw London. The catastrophe appeared to have reached its maximum there. Harbours and piers were completely destroyed, countless houses had collapsed, the waters covered with floating wrecks. In the harbours, many ships had sunk, and others were even carried far inland by the waves, where they ended up in between the houses. Out on the sea, ships sank and countless sailors drowned. Then the tidal waves pressed on through the Channel and destroyed ports and cities on both sides. Especially heavily hit was Rouen, but also other cities along the French north coast suffered greatly. I do not remember the names of these cities any more. Also great parts of the Netherlands, of Belgium and of the German North Sea coast were terribly stricken. Among the cities especially severely affected were Antwerp and Hamburg. I saw them, and they seemed to be nearly as devastated as London. Also I heard that huge drinking water reserves were lost there. Also the Danish west and north coast and the cities there, as well as the whole of Sweden’s west coast – particularly Gothenburg, Helsingborg and Malmö were suffering from the effects of the disaster.”

    1. Sadly I had the same thought as I was watching the trooping of the guards. We may need to consider accessing the Holy Spirit and prayer to participate in this battle.

    2. I saw a land swallowed up by the sea and covered with water. But, afterwards, I saw that the sea receeded little by little and the land could be seen again. The tops of the towers of the city rose again above the water and appeared more beautiful than before, and I was told that this land was England.
      Fr. Balthazar Mas, 17th century

  33. BORTAC agents are trained to respond to cartel violence and investigate stash houses, which some of them were doing before they entered the school in Uvalde, according to Texas Monthly.

    Before becoming a BORTAC agent, interested Border Patrol agents must meet physical fitness and marksmanship standards, according to CBP’s website. And, in the first few days of the roughly three-week selection process, agents must endure “demanding and intense” tests.

    “It puts the candidate through non-stop physical and mental stress and sleep and food deprivation to see how the candidates react under fatigue and pressure,” CBP’s website states. “The final part of the training includes a field training exercise to test what the candidates have learned and how they perform during a simulated special operations mission.”

    The elite agents have supported global military operations, such as Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan.

    “For three solid years we had some very, very awesome trainers — heroes — out here training us. I put it as the equivalent of us being a fifth grade, peewee league football team and going out and training with not only the NFL, but with the Super Bowl winners,” the BORTAC agent told TheDCNF.

    The identity of the reported BORTAC agent who shot and ultimately killed Ramos hasn’t been publicly revealed yet, according to the agent who spoke to TheDCNF.

    “Everyone is in a hurry to be a hero,” the agent said.

    The BORTAC agent said he and his colleagues focus on thwarting threats rather than gaining praise.

    “We’d like to remain as silent professionals. We don’t like the exposure, we just like to be quiet about our tactics, we just like to go in and get business taken care of,” the agent said.

    CBP didn’t respond to a request for comment.


  34. BREAKING, The FBI Maintains a Workspace, Including Computer Portal, Inside the Law Firm of Perkins Coie – The Ramifications are Significant
    May 31, 2022 | Sundance |

    There is very little that surprises me, but this is completely stunning. An FBI whistleblower came forth to inform Rep Jim Jordan and Rep Matt Gaetz that the FBI maintains a workspace inside the law firm of Perkins Coie. {Direct Rumble Link}

    In response to a letter sent by Rep. Matt Gaetz and Jim Jordan, Perkins Coie, the legal arm of the DNC and Hillary Clinton, admitted they have been operating an FBI workspace in their Washington D.C. office since 2012. Pay attention to that date, it matters.

    CTH has long claimed there was some kind of direct portal link between the Clinton campaign team and the FBI databases. There were too many trails of extracted non-minimized research evidence in the hands of the Clinton team that CTH could not trace to a transferring FBI official. If Perkins Coie operated a portal in their office that allowed them to conduct search queries of American citizens, then everything would make sense. That access portal is exactly what is being claimed and admitted in this report.

    The start date of 2012 is important for several reasons, not the least of which is FISA presiding Judge Rosemary Collyer criticizing the scale and scope of unlawful FBI database access going back to exactly 2012. Keep in mind a FISA-702 search, is simply an unlawful FBI warrantless electronic search of an American (“702” represents the American citizen) into the central database -maintained by the NSA- that contains all electronic data and communication.


  35. Where I live in central Iowa, most of the corn now is planted (though few soybeans are). Many, maybe most, cornfields also have been treated with herbicide by now. So the corn crop of the US is basically in. Maybe the plan is to invade the US with millions of troops in late summer and let them forage on this corn. Enemy patrols, small arms, and drones could prevent our own people from foraging.

    Like all staple foods, corn has some deficiencies: deficiency in lysine and in Vitamin C being I think the most important. But these deficiencies take awhile to produce an effect, and can be more or less compensated by small amounts of other commonplace foods. If ripe corn is equated to pure starch (very roughly, this is true) then a ten million man army needing 3000 calories per day could get their calories from 7.5 thousand metric tons of starch per day, or very roughly that much corn. That’s too much to move across the Pacific by air. Normally it could be moved by ship but shipping might be unavailable in a nuclear world war.

    They would want to invade sometime after the corn crop is beginning to become edible, or at least is “in”, that is, really requiring no further input of labor by farmers. They would want to invade before it’s harvested and moved to central locations that could be guarded by US defenders and in any case would be less conveniently distributed for a large, dispersed army to consume.

    At one time in Mexico the government arranged for corn to be planted in public areas such as the sides of roads, as a fallback food source for the poor. So, mass foraging on corn (maize) is not unprecedented.

  36. I think that what we see in Ukraine is a theatre. Because Russia still uses weapons from WW2 like machine guns or Mosin Nagant sniper rifles. Nobody can convince me that the Russian army which has so many new weapons, which became so strong in the past 14 years since the end of the Georgia war and which is internationally recognized by many experts as an army which can reach the Baltic States´ capitals for less than 60 hours to be so weak. This is not the First Chechen war. Even during the First Chechen war the Russian army was not that weak, because the Russian officers were corrupted and the corruption is the main reason why the Russian army lost in Chechnya during the 90s. Not the equipment or the level of training in the Armed Forces of RF. What we have now is an army which is not that corrupted like in the 1990s and which sends with trains to Donbass T-62 tanks. The T-62 tanks has stopped being produced in 1975 and the Kremlin sends so many pieces of old equipment. And by the way the majority of the Russian soldiers are not even Russians. They come from the Far East, from Caucasus and from different republics in the Russian Federation and some of them have even Central Asian origin. And these soldiers are used as a cannon fodder. Russia wants to get rid of old equipment and non-Russian soldiers who they don’t need. The Chekists who now rule Russia are taught to provoke fake wars and to create fake opposition. By the way many people consider that Zelensky is FSB agent and serves the Kremlin just like his advisers. And last thing I will say is that Sergey Korotkikh, who is the former leader of Azov Batallion, is deeply connected the regimes of Lukashenko and Putin

    1. According to Perestroika Deception, the Chechen war was a deception. If Ukraine was defeated rapidly, without much losses, the anti-russian sentiment would not be broken. Nothing better for Russia than NATO using Ukrainian military as cannon fodder. Would make them reconsider their love of NATO. The same happened in Chechnya, people welcomed peace after long war. The same happened after total defeat of Nazi Germany.

    2. A dark possibly is Ukraine surrenders, is integrated back into the Soviet Union, and now they have modern western weapons which we donated to them.

      1. Yes, that could be a real problem. Which is why at this point half-hearted help to Ukraine might be worse than never having provided help at all.

        Ironically, one reason why Ukraine has been so successful is because it used to be an integral part of the Soviet Union. They know better than anyone how the Russians fight and how the KGB/FSB operates. As Jeff pointed out on the John Moore show, their intelligence services haven’t been penetrated by the Russians like a lot of Western ones. If their country survives they could provide invaluable help to Western intelligence agencies in rooting out Russian/Chinese spies.

    3. Stefcho, you are being unserious.
      Russia’s most elite units were decimated in the first month of the war. They are using ethnic minorities because regular Russians aren’t that interested in signing up, and poorer minorities can be incentivized to go.
      As for the T-62 tanks, they are pulling the few that can still function out of depots because the losses of T-72s, T-80s, and T-90s have been staggering (along with their experienced crews). Go look at this website, which documents ONLY what he can visually confirm: https://www.oryxspioenkop.com/2022/02/attack-on-europe-documenting-equipment.html The actual total losses could be 25 to 50% higher.

      Russia’s newest tank, the T-14, was never mass produced and there are only about 10 specimens.

      No, this war has been an unmitigated disaster for the Russians, and it’s got a long ways to go.

      Sometimes you really CAN believe your eyes.

      1. OK, but why many people accused Putin that he uses ethnic minorities in Russia as a cannon fodder? I doubt that the reason is that the Russians are not interested in fighting because they still live in WW2 and when they are told by the Kremlin media that Russia is fighting Neo-Nazis in Ukraine, they immediately support Putin´s actions. Moscow just wants to get rid of the soldiers from the ethnic minorities in Russia. This is the truth and many people confirm it. Moreover, many analysts, for example, those from RAND corporation, have said that Russia is a serious threat to NATO. Many journalists confirmed it. And now the Russian army is losing the war against the Ukrainian army and cannot win? Come on, this is crazy. I don’t trust the Ukrainians, too. Because they manipulate their statistics regarding the losses on the battlefield and they are accused of doing it not by the Russians. Isn’t it strange that a modernized army, with so many new types of equipment and which is considered a serious threat for NATO to suffer so many losses in Ukraine even before the Western arms deliveries? I can’t believe it.

      2. The professionalism of the Russian army – check this out.

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B5w3_bbMjq8 Understanding the sinking of the Moskva
        “The 2008 engagement between the Nanuchka-class corvette Mirazh and the Georgian Stenka-class cutter Giorgi Toreli serves as a perfect example of crew performance on a Russian warship at a time of war.”
        The video shows footage of Russian crew aboard a warship behaving very unprofessionally, not even wearing uniforms.

        https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMbBuLttUfDPvF4Kpds8wrQ IStandwithUkraine channel

        Some interesting interviews of young Russian POWs on this channel. Many seem to be from rural, farming areas. They all agree that the vehicles/equipment they were given are old and constantly breaking down. They were not told they would be going into Ukraine until the day of the invasion. Some of them had very little training. They were not given a battleplan or any detailed, clear instructions. Just told to keep moving forward. Some of the commanders threatened to shoot soldiers for deserting and actually shot them for refusing to shoot civilians. They also shoot wounded Russian soldiers rather than provide them medical help.
        Most of the POWs realize their government has been lying to them about Ukraine and Nazis. The interesting part is when they call home and try to explain this to their brainwashed parents.

        Video: Russian airborne trooper about Ukrainian nationalists, and his off-the-rails soldiers
        He confirms the key point: Russian airborne are not elite soldiers and not comparable to their NATO counterparts.

        Video: Commander threw a grenade under soldier’s feet for refusing to shoot civilians – Russian army

        Video: Russian Soldier shot by his own for helping civilians (the Sun)

        Russians openly admit bombing Ukrainian civilian targets on purpose https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=63gABGm8tiE
        May 21, 2022 This is a fragment from one of the Russian top talk-shows

        Looks like Ukraine finally got some big guns!
        Finally: Ukraine Use Krab Howitzer To Destroy Russian Artillery https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qC60Y-pZtqo June 1, 2022

    4. @Stefcho

      I agree that what we are witnessing in the Ukraine is (mostly, at least from my perspective) theatre. I do not even remotely believe that the Russians have pulled out their full military potential. That has to wait for the upcoming war with NATO and WW3. However, the undeniable significant number of Russian casualties suggests that they care little for their soldiers’ lives, and are more than willing to use them as “cannon fodder”, as you suggest. Such carelessness – and the “theatre” aspect of the conflict at this stage, with commanders willing to undertake risky or reckless military maneuvres with no (from their perspective) downside – no doubt are leading to far more casualties than would be expected.

      I find your assertion that Zelensky might be an FSB asset very intriguing, but unsupported by any evidence (not even circumstantial) – do you have some information that could back up your assertion? I would be very interested in looking into this idea further. The truth is, I have never trusted this man. I am absolutely boggled by so many Ukrainians who prior to the war despised the man as an utterly corrupt figure, and now seem in a swoon about his purported heroic exploits, even though he is sending thousands of young Ukrainians to die in the Donbass as cannon fodder. Of course, his main financial backer during the presidential election was the Ukrainian/Cypriot/Israeli (!!) oligarch Kolomoyskyi, a man so concerned with the plight of Ukrainians who decided to set up (if I am not mistaken) residence in Tel-Aviv!

      1. Kolomoisky has et up residence in Israel because he is under investigation for his corruption. Kolomoisky thought supporting Zelensky would help get him off the hook. Didn’t happen. The likelihood of Zelensky being an FSB asset is beyond silly.

        Russia does not have much combat potential anymore. They have just about completely squandered their potential in Ukraine and are already scraping the bottom of the barrel.

    1. Thank you for sharing this, I’ve been trying to follow along the blog as best I can, I don’t know how all of you manage to stay on top of everything.

  37. Good in-depth analysis of Russia’s military failure in Ukraine is here:


    Remember that, apart from very limited engagements against rather primitive or unarmed foes (Prague 1968, Chechnya, Afghanistan & Syria), the Russian armed forces have had zero experience with conducting theatre-level operations since WW2 — and even back then their losses were absolutely dumbfounding. It’s just that their numbers and the 2000 mile wide front overwhelmed the over-taxed Nazi army.

    1. Zhukov and Konev choked the Germans on Russian blood. Every time I see new estimates of Russian losses in WW2, they get bigger. The last time I saw anything it was up to 10-11 million deaths. Stalin told Churchill 5 million in ’45.

    1. Western Oklahoma has a 50% decline in wheat crops this year due to drought. Kansas is in the same situation. They say it will be the smallest harvest in 8 years.

    1. The sad thin about this is that the Soviets could not MIRV their missiles until the carter administration. Carter allowed the transfer of the precision machine tools they needed to be able to do so. They couldn’t even make ball point pens before then.

      1. If I remember the story line, Russia sent us their smallest drill bit… Unimpressed, we drilled a hole in it and sent it back to them.

      2. Good point, and if I remember the storyline correctly. They sent us their smallest drill bit…. Unimpressed, we drilled a hole in it and sent it back to them.

      3. They have updated those missiles several times since then. The USA still has the same Minutenmen.

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