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…..Ukraine war stuff…..
Please watch the below (or here) Rumble video.
It’s mostly about “the border.”
(Yes, “College girls and Fallujah” relates to the border, and all points south. You’ll see.)
It’s my first video with Mike…..
…..from Coffee and a Mike.
(Until lately, he was doing audios only.)
This was done last Friday evening.
It was a long week…..
…..and perhaps I wasn’t in top form.
The content is something else!
And, there’s enough laughs…..
…..to make it worth your time.
(Note: I should’ve stuck to 300 years for my MAGA takeover estimate. After all, U.S. Federal elections are every two years.)
(If you’re in the UK or some other fucked-up place that perhaps doesn’t like Rumble, you can listen to the audio-only version, here.)
The world’s largest concentration camp for men
And….. advice on preparing an army
There’s only one country…..
Where draft officers…..
…..try to pull you over…..
…..as if they are police.
What they hand out….
…..are not speeding tickets…..
…..to some of the MOST EXCLUSIVE…..
…..in Donetsk, Zaporozhie, etc.
These spots are so well-loved…..
…..choose to stay there…..
(More specifically, this seems to be some kind of road rage / traffic dispute, but the vengeful army officer “orders” the guys several times to stop their car, and threatens them with, “You will be at the draft office tomorrow.”)
Tying this in…..
…..with the bigger picture.
The Russian army…..
…..has finally re-crossed…..
…..the Oskol River…..
…..in the vicinity of Dvurechnoe…..
…..in east Kharkov.
It took a Ukrainian cannon position…..
……on high ground…..
…..on the west bank.
…..is the first Russian presence…..
…..west of the river…..
…..since the September retreat.
Russia has been advancing…..
…..back to the river…..
…..since around December.
In large part, using draftees…..
…..who have been integrated…..
…..into the 76th Division…..
…..and other high-end units.
The advance was very slow…..
With losses kept to a minimum.
In six months…..
They took many scores…..
…..(perhaps a hundred-plus)…..
…..of enemy strongpoints and positions…..
…..and crossed all of…..
…..(wait for it)…..
…..perhaps 15 kilometers.
Folks, I CAN’T say…..
…..it’s been like this on all fronts…..
THIS is how…..
…..you train draftees to ADVANCE…..
…..against dug-in, numerically equal (or greater) forces.
Putting a HUGE org chart together…..
Staffing it with 95% SLAVES…..
Here comes THE BIG COUNTEROFFENSIVE!!!
In this context…..
I should mention…..
…..that the men who’ve been nibbling…..
…..at the Russian flanks…..
…..near Artemovsk (“Bakhmut“)…..
…..from the semi-reconstituted Azov…..
…..and, their advances…..
…..were only checked…..
…..by rapid response teams…..
…..from the Wagner…..
…..after Russia’s draftees in the area…..
No 95% draftee force…..
…..of men who’ve been in uniform…..
…..for an average…..
…..of perhaps three months…..
…..is going to be punching through…..
…..any “Great Walls”, sorry.
Not to mention…..
As I MIGHT have mentioned…..
The Ukrainian side…..
…..just doesn’t have the munitions.
A gift to China
Or… “How to cut off your own dick“
You know the Dreizin Report…..
…..comes at things…..
…..from a DIFFERENT angle…..
So, I’m NOT going to show you…..
…..the famous video…..
…..of a Patriot missile battery…..
…..based inside one of Kiev’s airports…..
…..its entire complement of interceptors…..
…..(30 missiles, total cost: $150 million)…..
…..before taking it in the face…..
…..from two Kinzhal hypersonics.
Probably, half of you freaks…..
…..(I mean that in a good way)…..
…..have seen it already.
I’ll show you video…..
…..of the ‘heartfelt apology to the Ukrainian people’…..
…..from the lady who filmed….
Under wartime “law“…..
What she did…..
…..is a serious crime.
So, if it doesn’t go further…..
…..than this apology…..
She’ll be VERY lucky.
At a minimum…..
After looking decent…..
…..for this forced video…..
She was GRILLED…..
…..to determine her motivation.
(Just to score some “likes”… or to help Russia?)
Keep in mind…..
The manner in which Russia…..
Baited these “air defense assets“…..
…..and sent at least a part of them…..
…..to Bandera, Shukhevych, and Melnik…..
…..(for you squares, this means, “to hell”, joining all the other Ukrainian heroes)…..
…..is being shared with China.
Same with information on countering…..
…..Uncle Sam’s HARM missiles.
Same with the HIMARS.
Same with jamming U.S. frequencies.
Same with things…..
…..we don’t even know about.
Yes, to spite Russia…..
Uncle Sam has cut off his own dick.
And he will earnestly…..
…..on the rest of the package.
This is the Tranny Era…..
…..when all things are acceptable.
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Those bloggers “Showing the work of Ukrainian air defence” are very dangerous to the Ukraine war effort. Not that Russia actually needs a 240p video from a residential building 3 blocks away for reconnaissance purposes, I’m pretty sure they have more sophisticated methods to spot and target the AFU air defence positions, seeing that they actually are destroying them.
But of course, while these videos do not erode the Ukraine’s control over their airspace, it does very much undermine their overwhelming propaganda superiority.
Your mention of Russian learning from the Ukraine War and the potential for passing it along to friends ties into something I have thought about since near the start of the war.
Both the US and Russians need to be careful what strategies, tactics, and weapons capabilities they use, because the other side is watching and learning (and surely capturing some of the weapons).
This dynamic is harder on the Russians than the US because it can lead the Russians to hold back on doing things or using weapons that might save Russian troops’ lives. The US, on the other hand, fights using Ukrainians, and we know how much it cares about their lives.
Something I read a few years ago as to one cause in the rise of the Mexican cartels is the the rapid decline in the Cantarell oil field. This decline has cause a decline in the governments revenue thus causing it to cut back on social benefits and security. Guessing when less legit money is circulating, dirty money fills the void. The CIA might not be controlling the cartels but most likely they are still taking a cut. Gary Webb broke this story back in the 90’s. The CIA is totally incompetent, but it has metastasize and grown fingers. So who knows for sure what these rogue fingerlings are up to.
If our GOV really wanted to slow down this inflow across our southern boarder they can follow Canada’s lead. In Canada, if you are caught hiring illegals you can be fined 50k and even thrown in jail. But that will never happen.
The Patriot/Kinzhal story is interesting in how polarized the coverage is. The prestige media in the US/Europe are reporting that Moscow must be shaking in their boots because the Patriot battery shot down all 6 Kinzhal missiles shot at Kiev on the 15th. The General Staff is probably in hurried meetings about how they have to rethink their entire nuclear posture. On the less prestigious side the report is that a Patriot battery shot 30 interceptors and missed the Kinzhal that eventually blew up a good portion of it.
I would hate to be so pedestrian as to note that one side’s story comes with videotape but thankfully there’s this college girl who wants to talk about Falluja so I’ll go see to that now.
My main prestige media source is Bloomberg only because that’s what I get in my work email inbox. Some of the things they write – on a host of different subjects but particularly noticeable with Ukraine – are completely absurd. I find it a bit disorienting to be honest because I know that most of my colleagues accept it as the truth and that I am truly living in alternate reality.
Amongst the many signs of late-stage Western imperial decline, the distortions and lies of mainstream media must be at the top of the list. The fact that I get better information and far superior analysis from some obscure independent American blogger than from a large, well-funded and well-staffed media organization is fucked up.
Looks like NATO just had their 2nd nut removed surgically. Expect a lot higher pitched briefings going forward from Kirby et al.
Maybe some1 can explain me something About the patriot system and khinzal missiles, im an ignorant but curious about this subject. MSM claims that at least one hypersonic missile khinzal was shut down by the patriot defense system, i had read previously that this was highly unlike (altough not imposible) is this plausible or more likely western propaganda? Another question: i read the patriot system can fire up to 30 defense missiles, is it feasible for the attacker to launch first a “salvo” of cheaper less expensive missiles in order to “saturate” and at the same time to try to locate the defense system and imediately afterlaunch the more expensive and precise hypersonic missiles in order to destroy the defensive system? Thanks in Advance.
I have a theory regarding immigration and maybe its completely wrong, we all saw the reports of how the US military is struggling to find recruits, and when they do its usually the type that has two moms and more of an activist than a warrior. Moreover many second gen immigrants especially those who had college education have a deep disdain for the US so its hard to find recruits from them, unlike before the Iraq war when a lot of second gen immigrants were happily enlisting and filling the military ranks.
So my theory wis that the deep state wants the immigrants to fill up the military ranks and also to take up cheap factory jobs which they are taking away from China and Europe, that most Americans would not do because of low pay, benefits and long working hours, especially with the millennials and Z generations no wanting to work at all.
It occurred to me that at some point in one generation, all those sadistic cartels south of rio grande, might became the official security forces in the US, as it happened with barbarian tribes in the last years of the western roman empire. Cheap effective violent men is an obvious product of poverty and chaos. Not for you or your children, as you live up in the north, but your grand children may benefit to be prepared to live their adult lives in some other part of the world…
I’m trying to understand something. Isn’t mass immigration a method to deal with demographic problems? China has serious demographic problems and that will likely really affect its growth since they have basically no immigration to alleviate the future lack of workforce. The US receives a lot of immigrants, which prevents America from going on the same path. So why should be immigration a big problem in the first place? I guess because of criminality, I don’t know how serious that is in the US. In my country, I see immigration from Sri Lanka or Vietnam as a much-needed help for our economy.
Using immigration to attack a demographic problem really just trades one demographic problem (age distribution of the population) for another (a religious/ethnic makeup resembling Yugoslavia in the 90’s).
“””I am not an expert on these things, especially not regarding the US. The problem is when you have too many immigrants but do not have the social programs and, generally……”””
I’m sorry, interesting comment but the limit is clearly stated as 350 words. This was well over 500. You can try to abridge it somehow, post it again in a shorter form.
I don’t have a copy of the original text. Doesn’t matter, next time I’ll use my head before I write 🙂
We in the western states have seen our communities drastically changed by the arrival of large numbers of Latin American immigrants over the past 50 years. Many of us have been calling for attention to immigration law and the situation in Mexico and Central America for all of that time. I had hoped NAFTA would help those countries become more prosperous, but the results are not apparent.
The situation on the southern border of the US can’t be completely divorced from the negative interference by the US and its agencies in the internal affairs of Central and South American countries for the last couple of hundred years.
Coups, outright invasions, wars, sponsorship of revolutions and counter-revolutions,lawfare and other means of influence (not to mention all the failed attempts at interference, howya doing Juan Guaido?) have been employed by the US from the Rio Grande to Tierra del Fuego to ensure these countries are kept weak, compliant and poor, in order to facilitate and maximise the profitable extraction of their resources.
While these countries would, in the absence of US interference, still have some corrupt people in charge (what country, including the US, doesn’t) the scale of this, and the resulting migration, would be significantly less.
Focusing on just the drug cartels as other commenters have done is focusing on one of the symptoms of the illness, rather than on the causes of the illness.
Back in the mid 2000s the then Indian regime of Manmohan Singh was falling over backwards to appease the George W Shrub dispensation. One of the things Shrub was pressing India to do was purchase the Patriot for the air force. To this end Indian newspapers like the Times Of India and the Telegraph (of Calcutta, not the London one) were paid by the American embassy to run propaganda articles extolling the virtues of this missile. I recall one particular article from 2004 which averred:
I immediately wrote an email to the editor pointing out that Iraq had no SCUDs in 2003, that if they’d had any, it would have justified the invasion, and asking whether the author of the article had bothered to do the ten seconds of research necessary to establish this fact.
They never published the letter, of course.
I cannot get an answer from my US Congressman who ran touting his record as having been a Navy Seal a decade and a half in the past and who always mentions how proud he is of our great country, to the question of whether his father or perhaps his grandfather would be proud of Mr Van Ordens support of priest beating, church burning Nazis in Ukraine. I also ask if perhaps some of the 140 billion or so sent to be laundered in Ukraine might have been better spent repairing some of the Dresdent bombing looking roadways hereabouts or perhaps for the repair of many of the troubled bridges across Wisconsin.
Responses I do get, despite asking for a reply, are campaign donation inquiries. My big problem is that his purported opponent in 2024 is a purple hair wannabe MAN well to the left of AOC.
Maybe we will all soon be joining the Azov battalion in hell or desire to be somewhere else.
You write “draftees”. That word implies that these draftees are raw recruits, men between 18 and 27 who have been legally drafted into the army. You also say about the Bakhmut operations that the Russian draftees there have only been in uniform for 3 months, again implying that these draftees are raw recruits.
The draftees you write about are reservists who have already served in the Russian armed forces and who have already been well trained. I know several of them, most of whom being artillery reserve officers.
No draftees who are called up for the first time for military service, as my 23-year-old son might well be and my neighbour’s 22-year-old son has been, are despatched to the front after their basic training.
My neighbour’s son, who was drafted last September, is still based near Moscow. He has been allocated to serve in the air force. He is at an air force base near Moscow. His unpleasant task is to unload the dead that are flown into Moscow, whence these bodies are sent on to somewhere or other for positive identification.
I write that the dead are being flown into this airbase: my neighbour’s son has told my son, his old school friend, that the body bags that are flown into the base consist of body parts.
(1) The draft is the draft. I don’t care about the Russian term. You are confusing languages. The common use of the dictionary word in Russian has zero bearing on my use of the dictionary word in English. There is no such contextual limitation in American English, because in U.S. history, there was never a Russian/Ukrainian-type selective draft of mature men. Thus, I’m not bound to use a bullshit term such as “mobilized.” If you haven’t noticed, I don’t use any bullshit terms at all. They are draftees because they were drafted.
(2) You have a reading comprehension problem. I did not write that any Russians (in “Bakhmut” or anywhere) have been in uniform for only three months. You have severely mixed up the facts and the context. Turn on your brain, go back and read it again. Dreizin is not meant to be read with half your mind turned off, and the other half taking a dump while staring at the Yellow Pages.
(3) An enormous amount has been written, in Russian, on the lack of qualification of many of the Russian draftees, and problems with their training. Many of them (most of the ones under 40) were previously in uniform for as little as one year. You’re obviously no military veteran, but typically, one year of peacetime service is enough to learn how to shoot and to shine one’s boots, and not much else. And, most had no kind of drill or training at all, after they got out; they were “reservists” on some roll of names, only. Almost all had to be completely retrained, some of them in fields different from their prior service, and some, literally on the front line.
How dare you use logicspeak when replying to short bus riders. My God, are you speaking truth as well? Get with the times Dreizin!!
You cannot disregard the CIA involvement in the drug trade in what happens in Asia, Mexico, Central and South America. They have a long history.
So? Doesn’t mean the CIA “controls” today’s Mexican cartels. (I assume you are following up on the other idiot.) The CIA just put out an ad, asking Russians to call them, because they have no visibility into Russia. It took the CIA 11 years to find Bin Laden, who wasn’t even really hiding. They don’t control any fucking cartels. Don’t be a dope.
So……the CIA is as skilled as the FBI who spent a decade and a half trying to find Abbie Hoffman who, as it turned out wasn’t really hiding.
One day I truly hope to see Congress get wise enough to start yanking charters from these alphabet agencies….but alas……I won’t.
re: 15 km crawl to and over the Oskol
I wonder, that against UA air defense (which is still working, albeit prolly getting really low on missiles) and dug in forces, with modern arty support and plenty of anti-armor capability…
…so who would have been much faster without losing thousands of men and hundreds of hardware? Maybe the Martians…
I love the poetry:
“Probably, half of you freaks…..
…..(I mean that in a good way)…..
…..have seen it already.”
Imho, president amlo is in a difficult tight walk because the cia controls the cartels, and the cartels apply pressure on society and the government. As president amlo deviates from the American directives in regard to ukr/rus/brics, the more the cartels apply pressure to structure of society. America has controlled mexico since the 1845 mex-american war.
The central American countries are rich in resources but have been gutted creating a immigrant wave.
Same dynamic in Africa and Europe.
How do u know the CIA controls the cartels?
A deduction because…
America would not let that type of threat fester so close to us.
Shawn Penn and the El chapo capture.
President Porfirio Diaz: “poor mexico. So far from God and so close to the United States “
Bunch of crap. Sorry.
It’s not a binary question. I think it’s safe to say they have contacts in the cartels, and they can use those contacts to make trouble for AMLO.
But to say the CIA is pulling the strings? No one believes they’re that competent
No one believes the CIA pulls any strings in Mexico. They’re not that competent, AND no one gives a fuck about Mexico, that’s the problem. In all the leaks from Wikileaks to Snowden to Discord, how many times has there been mention of Uncle Sam listening in (or otherwise intrusively spying) on the Mexican leadership, or any other leadership “south of the border”? ZERO. Not to say it never happened in history, but at present, the western hemisphere is obviously not in the top 50 priorities. You jokers have entirely missed my point. Stop mentally jerking yourselves off, and get with evidence-based thinking.
The CIA listens to Mexican traffic allright……but find they speak in code or something……….something…….foreign!!
I know people who really think that the See-Eye-Ay is the Alpha and Omega with respect to strategic analysis and that there is a master plan behind every government.
I fight like a Spartan to show and explain the incompetence of elites and institutions, but it doesn’t work. People love to believe in mumbo jumbo.
…..which explains how people such as Tom Luongo are able to do fairly well for themselves.
Haha, yeah, he definitely makes a pretty penny.
There was a study that many sociopaths can be found among CEO’s, politicians (and, therefore, lawyers, if I remember correctly).
Anyhow, when I talk to friends or fellow colleagues and we discuss politics I often remind them how sociopathic and planless the executive office has become. They are instantly affirmative.
Then I ask: Why the fuck do you believe that our political elite, which comes from the same puddle of mud (and is even worse because they have no practical experience whatsoever, but got the job due to their network and party memembership) is any better or more competent?
I witnessed pure unstable sociopaths in the last 2-3 companies I worked at. A colleague and I tried a couple of times to persuade a CEO not to fire a needed and productive colleague, but he hated the guy and did it anyway. After that he went happy as never before into a meeting, most likely had a hard-on too.