The Battle for Bakhmut: Wagner Forces Capture More Territory



As the caravan rolls on through Bakhmut, several more blocks were captured today with the newly renewed Wagner forces marching on.

One brief remark on Bakhmut and why it’s taking so long to capture it compared to other cities. Compared to Mariupol, the contrast is easy to see: Mariupol was locked against the sea, which meant that it was easy to surround on three sides, giving no possibility for reinforcement and supplies. Ironically, the crafty and resourceful AFU still managed to resupply the final Azovstal bastion to an extent, for a while at least, by flying helicopters low over the sea—but the point remains.

As for Severodonetsk and Lisichansk, the other big urban battles: the AFU chose to slip away there and after some bitter fighting, the order from command was simply to preserve their forces and retreat.

Bakhmut was actually supposed to go the same way, showing that the high command’s style did not change. But the order to retreat in this case was simply annulled and reversed by Zelensky himself. We actually have proof of that now as the order itself was apparently leaked recently:

This is the auto-translated copy from, apparently, 2/27/23. You can see here it is signed by supreme commander Zaluzhny and cites the threat of encirclement and destruction of the AFU grouping. He advises to strengthen the defense of Chasov Yar, which is the natural next bulwark for retreating AFU from Bakhmut, and then by March 4 to start immediate withdrawal of troops from Bakhmut itself. Zelensky was said to reject this request.

So, clearly Zaluzhny had planned to conduct operations in the same fashion as Severodonetsk and Lisichansk, preserving the AFU forces. However, Zelensky decided to grind them down in Bakhmut in his absolute fanatical, Hitler-like fervor of saving face and not allowing the army to look weak. Only time will tell who was proven right in the end; maybe Zelensky’s plan will have worked better, we shall see. But according to Prigozhin, upwards of 50k Ukrainian troops died in Bakhmut alone because of this decision.

Zelensky ordered to continue pumping the city full of reinforcements. This is why the battle is taking so long compared to the other two major urban engagements thus far.

But the big question is why did Zelensky do this? As I’ve covered before—apart from wanting to delay Russian forces up until the time of Ukraine’s counter-offensive—the main reason is because, unlike Mariupol and Severodonetsk, Bakhmut is the final frontier before the all-important Kramatorsk-Slavyansk agglomerate which represents, in effect, the AFU’s “last stand” in Donbass. So of course when the defender pours all their resources into holding a city and refuses to retreat, and it’s a city which does not have natural obstructions like water, then it’s going to take much longer. Not to mention that Bakhmut is a very naturally defensible city due to the height advantages for the defender right on its outskirts:

You can see here that the areas all west of Bakhmut are on very tall heights, while only one area in southeast gives Russian forces a height. This means that the AFU can have a major advantage in terms of spotting and firing artillery down from those heights onto Russian positions in the lowlands. And as Russian forces slowly advance through the city, those western heights allow the AFU to watch them at all times, correct fire onto them, even without the use of drones, etc.

An example of that is the following from google maps:

This is a medium height just west of Bakhmut at an AFU position, which can look down into the city.

And a last note: specifically on why the final quarter of Bakhmut is proving more intractable than the others, and is taking the longest. Note that this region circled in red has a small ‘fortress’ of tall apartment blocs, which is similar to those of Ugledar, and are responsible for Ugledar being so difficult to capture. In fact the area is even nicknamed the ‘citadel’.


The areas outside of that mini-fortress are all low lying single-story homes, which are easy to push through. But this quadrant of tall buildings allows the AFU to use it as a fortress, taking cover, and also creating tall machine-gun and ATGM nests in the upper floors, as well as using them for spotting from a tall height, etc. It also allows them to hide from artillery behind the buildings, which they can’t do in the other quarters.

This is the embattled quarter seen in this new video:

Also, there is this video of AFU driving through the rubble of the final district:

Which has been geolocated to here:

That is to give you an idea how it looks from the inside of this ‘citadel’ and how the AFU is protected by the surrounding buildings.

The other biggest news continues to be ongoing rumors towards the Ukrainian offensive. Here’s a few of them from the past day or two.

Rybar reports concentration of troops on Dnieper’s right bank near Kherson (west side). There is also news from ‘Two Majors’ (one of the top channels) that in the Ukrainian-controlled city of Zaporozhye, there has been a city-wide call for the collection of all blood types in all city media and public channels:

An emergency collection of all blood types has been announced in the city. Now we need any. It was Friday. On Saturday and Sunday in all city publics and media. They ask everyone from the factories who is not involved to come and hand over. 05/08/23, starting from 09.00 until the “last client”. At the same time, there were no particularly massive influxes of the wounded over the last days.

Also, people in the city appear to have spotted new groups of either mercenaries or nationalist type of militants, like Azov battalion.

Reports claim that one of the key objectives of the new offensive will be for the AFU to capture the Energodar nuclear plant. I believe this is one of those objectives with a great cost to benefit ratio for the AFU, as technically it’s not very difficult to capture it, as it’s right on the water and doesn’t require liberating many tens of kilometers of territory. And it is a prominent enough big ticket item that by capturing it, you can nearly declare a ‘victory’ to the entire offensive just from that alone. It would certainly be, at the least, a major psychological victory and would allow Ukraine to have a lot of new blackmail leverage over Russia, including that of potential nuclear falseflags, etc.

The operation is being developed by British intelligence and the SBU so that the details remain classified until the last moment. The main task is to take the nuclear power plant and gain a foothold there, which will help create a foothold on the left bank of the Dnieper.

Another rumor from top frontline Russian Telegram channel Romanov_Lite:

Phones are taken away from the military of the enemy – they are given walkie-talkies. Announce readiness to move in two days.

But the above channel has also previously given false start information on the launch of Russian offensives, so this is not definitive by any means, though he does have connections to frontline Russian military operators.

There is also this rumor, to the contrary:

Our source in the OP said that at the headquarters, Syrsky again postponed the counteroffensive, the weather changed dramatically and rains are again promised near Bakhmut. The commander of the ground forces is confident that Russian climate weapons are behind the sharp change in weather and an abnormally rainy spring in eastern Ukraine.

And, there’s been a new slew of headlines from Western MSM and political figures calling the offensive into question, or pleading for a lowering of expectations.

Czech President Petr Pavel urged Ukraine “not to rush” into a counter-offensive in order to avoid the inevitable heavy losses. Crucially, he said that Ukraine will only get one chance at this:

Czech President Petr Pavel urged Ukraine not to rush into a counteroffensive in order to avoid terrible losses, and to understand that if they lose, there will be no second chance this year. These thoughts he voiced in an interview with The Guardian.

Pavel said that he warned the Ukrainian authorities against hasty steps at a meeting with Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmygal last week. According to the Czech leader, some forces may want to push Kyiv to demonstrate some results.

He added that regardless of the strength of its armed forces, Ukraine will inevitably suffer “terrible losses”, in connection with which Kyiv cannot afford the failure of the counteroffensive. “Because the counter-offensive requires a lot of resources in terms of manning, ammunition logistics, fuel financing. There will be only one attempt this year, so it must be successful,” Pavel said.

He also expressed the opinion that the European Union should negotiate the purchase of shells, including with countries with which the EU has developed difficult relations. At the same time, Pavel urged the West to prepare for the fact that Ukraine will not be able to achieve all the declared goals in the conflict with Russia.

“I think that we should do everything in our power to inspire the Ukrainians and help them succeed. But internally, we must also be prepared for other unforeseen circumstances,” the Czech president said.

Washington Post similarly released a cautioning note from Ukrainian defense minister Reznikov, who said that most people are awaiting something “huge” and shouldn’t overwork their expectations:

“Most people are waiting for something big, which can lead to emotional disappointment. My Western partners have told me that now they need the next example of success, because we need to show it to our peoples… But I can’t tell you what the scale of that success will be. Ten kilometers, 30 kilometers, 100 kilometers, 200 kilometers? Ideally, the offensive should cut the rear chains of the Russian troops and reduce their offensive capabilities.”

I wrote last time how I believed they will be redrawing the goalposts so that they can ‘declare victory’ by simply striking a few kilometers south, perhaps putting Melitopol within artillery range, or even less.

More and more, western leaders are now positioning themselves towards the inevitable peace talks. Even Henry Kissinger just stated in a new interview that China will be used to rein Russia into peace talks “by the end of this year”.

This is something I’ve long predicted and have written about as recently as last night in the previous article’s comment section. The U.S.’s plan is to use a number of economic leverage options against all of Russia’s key allies in order to bring Russia to the negotiation table. They will do the same with Ukraine by offering Ukraine a face-saving way out by promising to massively re-arm them, dangling the NATO carrot over their nose, and secretly promising them they’ll be allowed to re-start hostilities later down the line, particularly after the 2024 elections are wrapped up.

The U.S. is in a desperate position now as all of their key military officials are predicting the kick off of the Taiwan war in the next two years or less, and they need to prepare themselves by massively re-arming the depleted American stockpiles which are all being sucked up into the black hole that is Ukraine. The U.S. MIC can’t take this conflict for much longer.

On the other hand, Russia is only just ramping up, economically. Not only has the Ruble once more risen against the dollar this week, back to around 76:


But it was announced today that Russia has officially returned to the top 10 global economies as per nominal GDP.

Of course, we know the Russian economy is even much higher than that, as per my previous article.

However, this is simply confirmation of Russia’s recovering economic status.

Now, as of this writing, there is a massive aerial attack on Ukraine ongoing. Some sources claim it could be one of Russia’s largest ever, which was also said about the strike days ago. But this just goes to show, the past week has been filled with almost daily strikes on Ukrainian infrastructure and positions. The current strikes are reportedly utilizing everything from sea-fired Kalibrs to Geran drones to Tu-22m and Tu-95 launched missiles.

Many areas were hit, including these warehouses in Odessa:

And this Kiev highrise damaged by Ukrainian AD:

And Wagner has reportedly launched a major attack concurrently with these strikes:

▪️ “While you have shaheds attacking you there, the Russians went to storm us,” Ukrainian soldier writes.

▪️”They are hammering non-stop, nn May 8, I think we are in for a hell of a day,” writes another.

One report says that the same railway depot where Leopards were just seen days ago (a photo of which I posted in a recent report) was destroyed by missiles. Likewise, Zatoka bridge, which connects Romania to Odessa, was reportedly hit, though there is no confirmation as of yet. The targeting of a key infrastructure bridge would be a big step up and could mean this week’s latest spate of strikes could be portending some big movements.

Zelensky appeared to confirm as much in a new video statement seen here, where he states that there will be big ‘new events’ in May and June.

These strikes are particularly significant in light of recent developments we’ve followed here vis a vis Ukraine’s AD missile drought. Recall that they are said to be very low, to the extent that experts have begun to openly encourage them to begin “letting some missiles through”.

This was, of course, first confirmed in the Pentagon leaks, where one of the analyses from the CIA was that not only would Ukraine run out of almost all AD missiles by end of May or June, but that they would have to start operating very reservedly and at some point even stop engaging everything “other than TACAIR” objects. This means: let all cruise missiles, drones, etc., through, and only use precious AD missiles against Russian tactical air assets like fighter jets and fighter bombers.

On this account, for the past two days some on the AFU side have been bragging that an American Patriot missile has shot down a Russian Kinzhal hypersonic missile. But the problem is, even Twitter’s community notes proceeded to comically ‘fact check’ this fraud, given that Ukrainian Air Force’s own spokesman, Yuriy Ignat, confirmed there was no such missile shot down.

And only a fool could possibly think the wreckage they showed was a Kinzhal anyway; does this sewer pipe look like a Kinzhal to you?

Yes that bottom photo is what they tried to pass off as a ‘shot down’ Kinzhal. Do you think a missile traveling Mach 10 would make such a hole in the ground?

On that topic, let’s briefly turn to HIMARs. As some will know, I’ve been one of the few people that has claimed since the beginning that Russian EW is capable of jamming HIMARs missiles. In fact, I’ve claimed this as far back as over a year ago in my Saker article days, when I repeatedly posted Dr. Philip Karber’s talks at West Point where he outlined, from his first hand experience on the actual Donbass contact line, how Russian EW can even kill artillery shells’ electronic fuses, turning them into duds long before they even hit the ground.

But critics and self-avowed ‘experts’ disagreed with me, saying that HIMARs M31 missiles have advanced INS (Inertial Navigation System) which can store up the GPS coordinates such that even if you jam the GPS, the INS will get the missile to its destination. That’s possible, but unfortunately INS is less accurate the further out that the missile is jammed. And now, I’ve been vindicated as a major new CNN article has revealed exactly what I’ve been saying for over a year:

The article goes on to admit:

The medium-range rocket systems were hailed as a game changer in the conflict…

But in recent months, the systems have been rendered increasingly less effective by the Russians’ intensive blocking, five US, British and Ukrainian sources tell CNN, forcing US and Ukrainian officials to find ways to tweak the HIMARS’ software to counter the evolving Russian jamming efforts.

So as you can see, even British and U.S. sources have confirmed that Russian EW jamming has effectively made the HIMARs useless.

“It is a constant cat-and-mouse game” of finding a countermeasure to the jamming, a Pentagon official said, only to then have the Russians counteract that countermeasure. And it is not clear how sustainable that game is in the long term.

Further in the article, they confirm Dr. Philip Karber’s words (which some have previously laughed at):

GPS jamming can affect other “smart” US munitions like the precision-guided Excalibur artillery shells fired from Howitzers and air-dropped bombs called JDAMs. The leaked Pentagon document described the JDAMS as being particularly susceptible to the disruption.

They then admit that there’s no real workaround other than to try and destroy Russian jammers—good luck:

A US official confirmed that the US has been advising the Ukrainians on how to identify and destroy Russian jammers since there are a limited number of ways to modify HIMARS and their rockets.

Ukraine’s own frontline troops describe the dwindling usability of the HIMARs:

But even when they do function, the HIMARS have increasingly been missing targets, said one Ukrainian source briefed by drone operators on the frontlines.

One drone pilot on the Eastern front described the jamming of the mobile HIMARS as “significant,” according to the source, something he hadn’t seen in his area before last November, several months after the HIMARS first arrived in Ukraine at the beginning of the summer.

Another drone operator in the southern Kherson region claimed to the source that the effectiveness of HIMARS was down dramatically while cautioning that they’re still very necessary and relied on but no longer as dominant as they once were.

Of course, the HIMARs have always been oversold, buried in the fat of another MSM article comes this little-seen revelation:

By the way, I can explain quite simply why HIMARs is so easily jammed in contradiction to what ‘experts’ claim should be impossible due to its advanced INS. The INS stores coordinates and ‘builds them up’ progressively as the missile gets closer and closer to the target. So yes, if you jam the GPS of the missile not far away from the target, then the INS will have built up enough precision where it can navigate the rest of the way while still maintaining an acceptable CEP.

However, the problem with HIMARs is that they are used solely to strike very distant “rear objects”, not frontline targets. What does that mean? That means the HIMARs missile has to fly upwards of 50-80km over Russian territory to hit something in the rear, and during that entire duration it can be jammed by anti-GPS systems positioned there which means the INS will never even come close to building up an accurate guidance profile yet.

It would be different if the HIMARs was used to strike frontline targets. That means Russian jammers would only be affecting the missile as it already is closing in on the target, which means the INS would have already long built up a profile during the course of its flight. But since they are used to hit rear targets, the missile has to “over fly” Russian jamming territory for many, many tens of kilometers, during which time it flies “in the blind” and cannot build up a proper INS profile, since INS loses accuracy the longer it has to fly without “correction” from the GPS unit.

I kept telling everyone from the beginning, almost every single so-called inferiority or lack of the Russian army since the start of the conflict has merely been the result of the absolute short-handedness that Russian troops have been operating under. They have utilized far less forces than anyone has imagined, 80-110k or so, rather than the 200k (prior to mobilization) that everyone believed. This obviously extends to everything including EW operators, etc., which means that large swaths of the frontline were not protected.

But with Russia’s mobilization, they were able to finally bring forces up to par with the AFU, which likewise meant far more adequate numbers of troops in electronic warfare brigades, which necessarily means creating far denser coverage where now the most advanced American weapons are unable to penetrate. This must have the U.S. terrified because in any war between the two super powers, there is now direct proof that much of U.S.’s most vaunted weaponry would be made useless. The last remaining ‘icon’ to fall would be their overhyped ‘stealth’ weapons.

It seems that the longer time goes on, the more we end up learning how awful U.S. weapons actually were all along, and how over-hyped all their early ‘claimed successes’ really were. For instance, recall how devastating the Javelin was billed to be in the early part of the war, yet after damn near a year and a half of fighting, there isn’t a single clear piece of footage showing even one successful Javelin hit.

And of course, as I’ve already exposed before, even in the U.S. Army’s own internal tests they found the Javelin to only have a 19% success rate:

For instance, take this official Fort Benning army report, where they found that in their studied engagements between the BGM-71 TOW, FGM-148 Javelin, and AT-4, the effective percentage of engagement was a whopping 19%.

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Alternatively, Putin will be be dead or deposed in Russia, Ukraine will become a NATO member, and China will decide there’s far more benefit to be had from global cooperation than costly military expansion.


Two main factors. First, people are seeing the lies and manipulations created by aligned systems against Trump. Second, perhaps more importantly, because peace, stability and economic prosperity were already demonstrated by President Trump’s policies.

There is also a growing acceptance amid the DC chattering class that Donald Trump is not only going to win reelection, but he’s also going to come back to Washington DC with a double-sided battle axe to rip out the heart of the administrative/bureaucratic state. You see this increasing sensibility via endorsements from political operatives that are deeply enmeshed in the apparatus.

05/08/23 – Georgia GOP chairman says he was just following orders from Trump lawyers

Lawyers representing David Shafer, the embattled chairman of the Georgia Republican Party, are arguing their client should not be charged with any crimes for his actions following the 2020 election because he was following advice provided by attorneys working for former President Donald Trump, according to a letter sent to Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis last week.

Specifically, Shafer’s attorneys say their client was relying on “repeated and detailed advice of legal counsel” when he organized a group of “contingent” electors from Georgia and served as one himself, thus “eliminating any possibility of criminal intent or liability,” according to a copy of the May 5 letter…

I was only following orders?

Last edited 11 months ago by Greg

Try harder, pig.

In case you need to know why it’s safer to choke out people like Neely rather than not…

Probably should have disarmed the American population if you wanted anyone to believe your propaganda.

Does your unicorn fart rainbows? How many of these strange prophecies have entered your mind as you gaze mindlessly at your television?

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05/09/23 – Head of Russia’s Wagner group says still no sign of promised ammunition

May 9 (Reuters) – Russia’s mercenary Wagner forces have not yet received the ammunition promised by Moscow, the head of the group said on Tuesday, rowing back from comments hours earlier that initial data showed they had begun to get it.

But Yevgeny Prigozhin, whose forces have spent months trying to capture the eastern Ukraine city of Bakhmut, added that he did not want to “spoil” Russia’s big Victory Day parade set for 0700 GMT, and would reveal more details afterwards.

“The people who were supposed to fulfil the (shipment) orders have so far, over the past day, not fulfilled them,” Prigozhin said in a video post on the messaging app Telegram.

Late on Monday, he had said preliminary data showed his troops were beginning to get the ammunition, while cautioning they had not “seen it in practice“…

If they’re as confused as they seem to be, they could, in theory, have problems.

Russia is winning.

Ukraine is losing.

It’s that simple.

05/09/23 – Ukraine updates: Wagner boss says Russian army fled Bakhmut

Yevgeny Prigozhin, head of the Wagner mercenary group that leads the ongoing assault on Bakhmut, on Tuesday accused the Russian army of fleeing its positions around the city.

“Today one of the units of the Defense Ministry fled from one of our flanks … exposing the front,” said Prigozhin.

Prigozhin, popularly known as Putin’s chef because of the lucrative catering contracts he once held with the Kremlin, accused the Russian Defense Ministry of “scheming all the time” instead of fighting.

Prigozhin said soldiers were abandoning their positions because of the “stupidity” of Russian army commanders, who he said were giving “criminal orders.”

“Soldiers should not die because of the absolute stupidity of their leadership,” Prigozhin said, repeating his threat that Wagner would withdraw from the frontline city if Russia does not supply more ammunition soon… 

At least he waited, so as not to “spoil” the Victory Day celebrations. Maybe this guy just likes the media attention.

Fake news

“Reality of the Ukraine war:
1) The west started it by pushing to expand NATO.
2) The west started it by moving missiles into the Ukraine that could hit Moscow in 7 minutes.
3) The west started it by creating 46 bioweapons labs in the Ukraine.
4) The west propagated it by doing false flag attacks on the Nord pipeline.
The reality is that Russia is in the right and all of this is happening to cover up money laundering and war crimes by the United States political class. 
Hell, 99% of American citizens don’t even want to be over there….
Anyone who thinks this war is 1 year old is sadly mistaken. 
This war started in 2014 with the Biden orchestrated Maidon coup! 
Joe go to Ukraine to withdraw some cash. 
His words of a strong Ukraine will come back to haunt him…
Russia is destroying the Nazi army as we speak!!”

05/09/23 – Trump found liable for sexually abusing and defaming E. Jean Carroll in civil trial and is ordered to pay $5 million

No problem. He’ll make up his losses from new political donations.

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Nah. Trump is under no legal obligation to comply with these people.

He was EXONERATED of rape, but somehow “defamed” her for not raping her???

The American legal system doesn’t have the necessary authority to conduct ANY proceedings on Trump.

These courts and judges are lucky they are not being hauled off to jail for criminal conspiracy, taking the cells of the J6th patriots who should have been freed a long time ago.

And yes, people donate to Trump.

Corporations BUY Democrats.

Trump’s days of “no legal obligation” ended the moment he left office.

It certainly doesn’t look like it.

Again, are you actually going fight if things go south? Or just mouth off like the usual peasant?

Since you missed it.

Tim is 100% right.

I know Aspen Institute taught you to “attack the speaker,” and no the message.

Try again.

“everything they say about Trump is either a lie, or it’s THEM.”


Tim voted for hillary in 2016 but voted for Trump in 2020. A libertarian at heart Tim Poole is a realist

Trump’s obsession with personal revenge renders him unfit for public office—not that he ever was ever fit to begin with.

Nah. Trump single-handedly fought off a complete cabal of deep state, foreign Billionaires, and corporate oligarchs.

We WANT him to clean house.

It’s the American thing to do.

Revenge? What a strange thing to say. Did someone do something for 6 years or longer that Trump would feel he needed to get revenge for? Tump never did anything to anyone, he simply let them expose themselves, and they were so angry that Barrys destruction was paused they went completely bonkers.

The jurors were tasked with determining if the 45th president is liable for battery in the “Ask E. Jean” advice columnist’s case accusing him of raping her in a Bergdorf Goodman fitting room, most likely in 1996.

They also needed to determine whether Trump, 76, defamed Carroll when he publicly denied her allegations, claimed he had never met her and accusing her of making up the story for political reasons and to help push her book sales.

Defamation when he publicly denied her allegations, claimed he had never met her and accusing her of making up the story for political reasons and to help push her book sales.

Sounds much more like a 1st amendment defense for President Trump.

His public denial, in accordance with his standard operating procedure, INCLUDED defamation.

Bad news today for Putin. The UK will be sending Ukraine long-range missiles. The bridge connecting Crimea with Russia would be a target worth considering. If Putin loses the bridge, Crimea could go with it.

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It is a 1st amendment case

As it was with FOX’s defamation of Dominion?

Fox was never found guilty of defamation.


Speaking of defamation, President Trump told the truth about the old hag who alleged he raped her. So now telling the truth is defamation.

Did biden defame Tara Reade when he denied having raped her in the Senate walk tunnel?

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FOX agreed to pay Dominion 3/4 of a Billion Dollars so they wouldn’t have to admit that they were.

Fox was never found guilty of defamation.

FOX was never found guilty of defamation. To say so would be to lie.

Why FOX agreed to pay Dominion can be speculated, but never really known.

Maybe FOX felt so bad about all of the lies they broadcast concerning Dominion that the $750 million was a peace offering.

No evidence of lying. But you can dream.

The 2020 election was rigged, and the nation in the process of..processing this attack on our People by slowly exposing the regime, and removing them peacefully.

Cheaters never win, greg.

Cheaters never win…

We now know that Biden admitted to withholding aid to Ukraine, then was installed by a rigged election and false-flag.

The “50 intelligence” traitors lied to cover up Biden’s corruption, and need to be prosecuted.

I’d even consider they charge you, for criminally spreading calls for sedition, violence, and treason over the years.


FOX was never found guilty of defamation. To say otherwise is to be a liar…and just plain crazy.

So what’s your theory about FOX’s $750 million payment? I’m curious.

Why engage in conspiracy theories?

I’ll leave that to you.

E Jean Carroll posting sexually explicit comments on Facebook at age 75 kind of tells us she’s a sexually depraved lunatic.

Carroll has been obsessed with sex for decades apparently, “she” wrote about this in her Elle magazine column. “She” has been fantasizing about Trump for many years.

E Jean needs to be helped with some nice psych meds.

They should just send Boris Johnson again.

That alone killed hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians.

Much more effective than a missile.


Russian mercenary chief says he’s been told to stay in Bakhmut or be branded traitor

“They’ve given us only 10% of what we asked for. We’ve been deceived,” he said.

Maybe he should become a mercenary chef.

Last edited 11 months ago by Greg

Nothing he said is wrong.

It’s sad when a Russian dictator loves your country more than the dictator globalists installed to run your country into the ground…

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A man responsible for the deaths of over 500 Ukrainian children and the abduction of tens-of-thousands rants about Western trafficking…

Meh. War is war.

We’ve done the same, and last time I checked, Bush and Obama haven’t been arrested, even through they killed over a million people, collectively.

You don’t get the high-road.

What Putin says is true. Shove your Aspen-training up your ass, moron.

Roads don’t get any lower than the one Putin has taken. You should reconsider your infatuation.

Make your case, or be counted among America’s enemies.

Last edited 11 months ago by Nathan Blue

Really, Comrade Greggie?

What was the original agreement NATO made with Russia? Or are you too dumb and indoctrinated to know?

It’s a lot to read. Why don’t you point out the part that you have a problem with? I’d like to take a look at it, to see who’s violating what.

I’ve heard there’s nothing in there that constrained NATO from adding members at any time—that there’s been an open door policy for applications from the start.

I’ve also heard there’s nothing in there that gives Russia a pass to invade and annex sovereign nations that reject Russian domination. You could point that part out to me, too.

Last edited 11 months ago by Greg

A man responsible for the deaths of over 500 Ukrainian children and the abduction of tens-of-thousands rants about Western trafficking…

That would be idiot Biden.