Humpty Dumpty Has Had a Great Fall

By Paul Craig Roberts
April 29, 2019

In which Paul Craig Roberts likens America to a lunatic asylum led by dangerous fools

While the crazed and corrupt people who comprise the Democratic Party and US print and TV media continue to insist that Russiagate is real, a very real threat is emerging in Russia, China, North Korea, and Iran. The threat arises from the fact that Washington has taught each country to have no trust in America’s veracity. The governments of the four countries have learned that everything Washington says is a lie.

Moreover, the countries have learned that Washington does not accept their sovereignty and objects to their existence. Each of the four countries has experienced sanctions designed to overthrow their governments or cause them to submit to Washington’s will.

Russia long ago saw through Washington’s disingenuous claim that the missile ring that Washington has arrayed around Russia is defensive and directed against (non-existent) Iranian missiles. Putin has said many times that the “defensive” missiles can easily and quickly be converted into nuclear armed offensive missiles that leave Russia no response time. I have always been amazed at the utter stupidity of the Polish and Romanian governments for accepting these American missiles. No doubt the Polish and Romanian officials were paid handsome bribes, but money is no good to a dead person. You can bet your life that the Russians are not going to permit such operable weapons to be on Russian borders during a time of high tensions that exists today between the West and Russia.

Not content with this reckless provocation of Russia, the dumbshits that comprise the US government have announced a program to put weapons in space that can neutralize Russia and China’s nuclear deterrent. This reckless and irresponsible plan did not go unnoticed in Russia. Lieutenant General Viktor Poznikhir, Deputy Chief of the Russian General Staff Operative Command, declared last week that Washington’s “on-start interception” program reveals that Washington is preparing a preemptive nuclear attack on Russia and China. You can bet your life that Russia and China are not going to sit there and wait for Washington’s attack, expecially as Russia has coming into deployment hypersonic missiles incapable of interception by any known or deployed means.

What Washington and its corrupt European vassals are doing is preparing the grave for the Western world, a good riddance as far as the rest of the world is concerned.

In the US self-interested political propaganda has succeeded in crowding out all attention to real issues, such as mass displacement of jobs by robotics, global warming whatever the cause, and the rising risk of nuclear war. When the rest of the world looks at the West, it sees an insane asylum in which the two greatest threats to American national security are said to be Venezuela and a Russian agent in the Oval Office.

It is impossible for anyone to take a country this silly seriously. Consequently, American power is collapsing, to everyone else’s relief. Even Washington’s well paid puppets in Germany, Britain, and France are showing signs of independence that have not been seen since the days of Charles DeGaulle.

The Russians, Chinese, Iranians, and North Koreans know that they are dealing with fools, and they are not going to take any chances. They know that no agreement with America means anything and that Washington speaks only with a forked tongue.

Washington is going to be increasingly frustrated abroad as willingness to cooperate with the insane asylum vanishes. The consequence will be increasing tyranny at home.

69 thoughts to “Humpty Dumpty Has Had a Great Fall”

  1. TIME FOR PCR TO MOVE

    If PCR lived in Tehran or Moscow and wrote about Iran or Russia with the same distain he has for the USA he would find himself in prison or perhaps dead. Once you loose respect for these freedoms uniquely USA, its time to leave !

    1. As our masters lead us to destruction you’re going to stoop to the patriotism epithet? Seriously?

      In any case, as per Roberts’ essay, his “disdain” is apparently for “Washington” (a metonym for the U.S. government) not for the “USA” per se.

    2. Ralan
      ?????????
      What PCR has lost respect for is the dumbshits running things in the U.S., not the freedom that the U.S. is SUPPOSED to exemplify.
      How can you not make this distinction?

      1. So the world ends, not with a bang, a whimper. I find this very distressing, and amusing.

        I once had 15 minutes of fame, in Canada. I’ll share that momentary basking in light — before I headed back into unheralded trenches — if I can post again something a bit more substantive. In the meantime, and in mean times we live — meaner and meaner here even on darkmoon.me, no fault of anyone except me, I feel sure — please STOP posting these meaningless posts.

      2. @SISTER MONICA
        May 1, 2019 at 7:58 pm
        Alan: Many thanks for answering my question in such meticulous detail. Your arguments are most convincing. Just one more question. Or rather two related questions: (1) Do you think Hillary would have been much worse, as most people think, and that Trump is the lesser of two evils? (2) Or do you think Trump was deliberately chosen by his Zionist handlers as the ideal candidate, the one most likely to follow their instructions to the letter as “the Best Puppet money could buy”?
        ###Surely, Shirley, you surlily address a different “Alan”.### 😉

        Puppets are puppets. Root for one, root for the other. Place your bets! Las Vegas

  2. “Lawdy, Lawdy, Miss Clawdy!!”

    It appears that Dr Roberts is “BIGGLY” attempting to write fiction essays these days… even competing with Dr Strangeslove!! 🙂

    PCR wrote:
    “….Russia has coming into deployment hypersonic missiles incapable of interception by any known or deployed means.”

    So, what?? “Hypersonic” rifle bullets are equally hard to intercept – ‘snatch’ out of the air – as well!

    All ‘snatching’ aside… there are fewer than 20 air-to-ground “hypersonic” missiles dubbed “Kinzhal,” which means “dagger” in Russian, ready to be put in service next year. The missile is unlikely to be able to take out hardened NATO installations due to its small warhead.

    Then, there is the ‘itty-bitty’ Zircon (Tsirkon) land based missile. It is another of the publicly-revealed “hypersonic” missiles. The Zircon is an anti-ship missile designed to pose an “unstoppable” threat to ships within a paltry 300 mile range.

    PCR should KNOW that the US Navy, alone, has over 2,000 MASSIVE DAMAGE NUCLEAR(sic) warheads JUST on submarines at strategic locations… with ranges of 7,000 miles RIGHT NOW!!

    PCR was once an ‘administration flunkie’ and he ‘shirley’ 🙂 does KNOW that ALL national leaders are liars – “ALL governments LIE” – as Chris Hedges stated here(video credit to Circ from yesterday): https://youtu.be/tPk9HSLagVg?t=941

    1. @ Pat

      “So, what?? ‘Hypersonic’ rifle bullets are equally hard to intercept – ‘snatch’ out of the air – as well!”

      Actually “hypersonic” means at least five times the speed of sound, so by definition, most if not all rifle bullets would not be hypersonic; they would be supersonic.

      hypersonic
      Also found in: Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
      hy·per·son·ic (hī′pər-sŏn′ĭk)
      adj.
      Of, relating to, or capable of speed equal to or exceeding five times the speed of sound.

      “All ‘snatching’ aside… there are fewer than 20 air-to-ground ‘hypersonic’ missiles dubbed “Kinzhal,” which means “dagger” in Russian, ready to be put in service next year. The missile is unlikely to be able to take out hardened NATO installations due to its small warhead.

      First, how do you know how many they have? And how do you know how many they intend to have? Second, they can apparently carry a 480 kg warhead (conventional or nuclear), which means they can deliver a powerful imaginary hydrogen bomb (several hundred imaginary kilotons at least). Third, the ability to take out hard targets depends not only on the size of the non-existent nuke but also on the accuracy with which it is delivered, right? And the accuracy of the missile has not been disclosed by Russia AFAIK, but I don’t think it’s a good idea to gamble that they went through all the trouble to create such a state-of-the-art missile only to skimp on the guidance system.

      https://missilethreat.csis.org/missile/kinzhal/

      “Then, there is the ‘itty-bitty’ Zircon (Tsirkon) land based missile. It is another of the publicly-revealed ‘hypersonic’ missiles. The Zircon is an anti-ship missile designed to pose an “unstoppable” threat to ships within a paltry 300 mile range.”

      First, according to Russian sources, the Zircon has an “expected range” of about 1000 km (over 600 miles) although an export version of the missile may have much less range. Second, you describe it as “itty-bitty” but at the high speed it’s traveling at, it would manifest so much kinetic energy that it doesn’t need to be very big to destroy its target.

      http://www.vesti.ru/doc.html?id=2732278

      BTW you didn’t mention the “Avangard”:

      https://www.janes.com/article/85511/russia-announces-successful-flight-test-of-avangard-hypersonic-glide-vehicle

      1. Thanks, Harold –

        I did not design or build Russia’s weapons. I doubt you did so, either. All we have is numerous claims on the internet.

        I did not have time to get stuck on every little detail. PCR used generalities. So did I.

        According to Google, the current common standard for “hypersonic” is “Mach 5” (5 times the speed of sound) which translates to about 5200 feet per second.

        That is achievable by contemporary firearms…. by using advanced methods, like necking down huge cases to .22 caliber and using special lightweight bullets. Those velocities have been achieved.

        But, as usual, Russia always ‘one-ups’ the rest of the world…. for FEAR factors = $$$$ !!! 🙂

        Russian Snipers Might Soon Have a New Weapon: Hypersonic Bullets
        According to Lobaev co-cofounder Vladislav Lobaev, “we are intensely researching this topic. I think that, with a certain degree of government funding, we are in a position to produce sniper rounds traveling at 2000 meters per second within a year. That is already hypersonic speed.”

        https://nationalinterest.org/blog/buzz/russian-snipers-might-soon-have-new-weapon-hypersonic-bullets-36807

        The Zircon is designed to sink ships. No danger to NYC or LA.

        Zircon. The P-800 has a payload of either a 200kg high explosive or 250kg semi-armor-piercing warhead. It’s probably safe to assume the Zircon has a warhead of 200 kilograms or less given the shape of the missile and comparative weights.

        This makes it less than ideal for the ground-attack role. To compare, the Iskander-M ballistic missile has a payload of around 700 kg, and the Kaliber cruise missile has a payload of 450 kg. While the Zircon is not interceptable by any known means, it is unlikely to be able to take out more hardened NATO installations due to its small warhead.

        https://nationalinterest.org/blog/buzz/russias-zicron-hypersonic-missile-now-land-attack-mode-46597

        They said-They said-He said-We said!! So much bullshit to me!! (good song)

        You have yours. I have mine. 🙂

      2. The venerable old .220 Swift cartridge has been chambered in hunting rifles since the thirties. Its standard velocity is about 4200 fps – and that is “muzzle velocity”. It would make a fine sniper rifle, but, really, what’s the difference if you get your head vaporized with a 30-06 (about 3100 fps) or a .220???!
        A larger bullet is more stable at longer ranges, anyway.

      3. I did not design or build Russia’s weapons.

        LOL! Thanks for clearing that up. Being that you “spoke” about them in such an authoritative manner and you didn’t cite any references, someone reading your comment might mistakenly assume that you were somehow personally involved with the development and deployment of the weapon systems…

        “I doubt you did so, either.”

        Well I hope you do; after all, rather than shoot from the hip, I generally try to cite sources to back up my statements. Moreover, if you read my comments carefully you’ll see that I often use words and phrases like “apparently”, “may have” etc., these being a subtextual invitation for the interested reader to do further research to confirm or refute what I’ve said.

        “All we have is numerous claims on the internet.”

        Absent references or reasoned arguments, all that’s left are bare assertions, right?

        I did not have time to get stuck on every little detail. PCR used generalities. So did I.

        I saw your statements as being misleading, so I responded; no big deal.

        “According to Google, the current common standard for “hypersonic” is “Mach 5” (5 times the speed of sound) which translates to about 5200 feet per second.”

        Actually the speed of sound at sea level altitude (at a temperature of 70 degrees Fahrenheit) is about 1128 fps, so “hypersonic” would be anything traveling at a speed equal to or greater than 5 * 1128 fps = 5640 fps.

        “That is achievable by contemporary firearms…. by using advanced methods, like necking down huge cases to .22 caliber and using special lightweight bullets. Those velocities have been achieved.

        LOL! This is a ridiculous strawman argument. Please show me one single example of any *actually available* rifle ammunition, demonstrated to be capable of launching a bullet at this kind of a velocity. It doesn’t exist.

        It might be possible under carefully controlled conditions (i.e. laboratory conditions) with some kind of lightweight saboted bullet, with a slow burning propellant in a long barrel, with a bullet specially designed to handle the large centrifugal force it would be subjected to, etc., but as a practical matter it’s impossible. That is, you don’t see any country armed with rifles which can launch bullets at anywhere near this velocity. (BTW even if was possible to design and build a rifle capable of firing bullets at 5500 fps or something like that, the bullets would quickly slow down due to air friction, so they would only be hypersonic for a very short distance).

        “Russian Snipers Might Soon Have a New Weapon: Hypersonic Bullets
        According to Lobaev co-cofounder Vladislav Lobaev, “we are intensely researching this topic. I think that, with a certain degree of government funding, we are in a position to produce sniper rounds traveling at 2000 meters per second within a year. That is already hypersonic speed.”

        They are “researching” the concept. Apparently the researchers have the ability to fire a “bullet” at mach 5 under laboratory conditions, yes, but as I implied above, it’s far from clear that they can create a practical weapon to fire such a bullet; it certainly would not be a “rifle” in the conventional sense. It would be more of a re-usable mini-IED platform.

        According to the article:

        “Moreover, noise, recoil, and weight concerns persist at the operational level. Russian special forces veteran Sergei Goncharov gave the following assessment of rifles using hypersonic ammunition in an interview with the Russian Information Agency (RIA): ‘the noise generated by such a weapon will give enemies the opportunity to spot the sniper; secondly, I don’t know the level of recoil and how such a weapon would be designed. If the sniper has to carry around an instrument weighing 20 kilograms, then there is no practical use for it.’ Goncharov goes on state that he approaches the practicality of hypersonic small arms with a ‘great deal of pessimism.'”

        IOW it looks like pure pie-in-the-sky; the stuff of wet dreams.

        “The Zircon is designed to sink ships. No danger to NYC or LA.

        Did someone suggest otherwise? No. Russia apparently has hypersonic weapon systems for every conceivable social situation. I hope orange clown doesn’t get the chance to make the U.S. a live proving ground for the latest Russian missiles.

      4. HS –

        “I saw your statements as being misleading, so I responded.”

        I was worried you might not respond, so I graciously thanked YOU, my boy!! 🙂
        NOW, I am sooooo very glad you set the world perfectly straight on ALL of these technical issues for ‘Put-On’ TODAY!!

        You’re hired, as the ‘setting ALL straight guy’… kiddo!! 🙂 🙂

      5. @ Harold Smith

        I thought this recent comment from “Andrew” on the Occidental Observer would be of interest to you. I think you have said much the same in different words:

        Regarding Trump’s failure to build the wall, secure the border and deport illegals: He does not need the permission of Congress or the courts in order to do this. Presidents Woodrow Wilson and Dwight David Eisenhower deported illegals and secured the border by treating illegal immigration as a national security crisis and invoking their emergency powers. They did not need Congress or the courts’ approval to do this. Trump doesn’t need their approval either. And Trump knows this. He also has the entire military budget to draw on — $740 billion dollars. So he doesn’t need any money from Congress. Trump’s excuse-making indicates to me that he was never serious about securing the border in the first place. If that wall isn’t built by November 2020, I’m not voting for him again.

        I am wondering, however, if the comment is entirely accurate? Because many would argue that Trump’s powers are very constrained and limited because of the invincible power of AIPAC to make or break politicians.

      6. @ Sister Monica

        “I am wondering, however, if the comment is entirely accurate? Because many would argue that Trump’s powers are very constrained and limited because of the invincible power of AIPAC to make or break politicians.”

        From my perspective, it’s long been clear that “the wall” was just another calculated hot-button campaign issue that Trump exploited to steal votes.

        If Trump really wanted “the wall” I believe he would’ve commissioned some kind of a study, e.g. a feasibility study, to try to address some of the valid points that opponents of the wall have raised. I could be wrong but AFAIK he’s done nothing of the kind, and this is a red flag, IMO.

        Also, it seems suspicious to me that he waited until the Democrats took control of the House of Representatives before appearing to push the issue.

        As I see it, Trump’s disingenuous posturing over “the wall” has to be viewed in the light of the bigger picture here which clearly shows that Trump is a militant Zionist extremist who doesn’t actually give a dam about America (other than to use it as a “hammer” to beat the independent world into submission).

        An example is Trump’s trade war with China. Trump seems obsessed with the idea of containing China regardless of cost, and to that end he apparently doesn’t care any more about the plight of farmers in the Midwest that he’s bankrupting than he cares about the peasants in Venezuela that he’s starving to death. IOW he’s willing to trash America’s farm economy to advance his handlers’ goal to hurt China.

        https://thehill.com/opinion/energy-environment/425294-trumps-tone-deaf-appeal-to-farmers-hurting-from-trade-war-greatest

        Finally I have to point out what I think may be the most damning example of Trump’s anti-American treachery: If Trump is willing to pull out of the INF treaty and to take various provocative and destabilizing actions – which have apparently convinced some influential people in the Russian government that the U.S. is planning to launch a first strike against Russia – how can Trump possibly be concerned about the issue of illegal immigration to America?

        Back during the dangerous days of the cold war, with high tensions and hair triggers, the U.S. and USSR came close to nuclear war at least once – PURELY BY ACCIDENT. The fact that team Trump is calculatingly taking us back to that kind of situation proves beyond a doubt that he sees America as nothing but an expendable tool in jewish-supremacist hands.

        In light of this, the question of whether or not Trump would actually have “power” to build “the wall” seems moot; it’s purely academic at this point, IMO. (Mootness aside for the moment, it’s hard to ignore that he doesn’t seem to lack “power” to do anything and everything else under the sun – as long as it advances his handlers’ “foreign policy” agenda in some way).

        I’m amazed that some people are still fixated on “the wall”…apparently as the sole metric of Trump’s performance as president.

      7. Alan: Many thanks for answering my question in such meticulous detail. Your arguments are most convincing. Just one more question. Or rather two related questions: (1) Do you think Hillary would have been much worse, as most people think, and that Trump is the lesser of two evils? (2) Or do you think Trump was deliberately chosen by his Zionist handlers as the ideal candidate, the one most likely to follow their instructions to the letter as “the Best Puppet money could buy”?

      8. Sister M
        Trump was already “broken in” by (((them))) long before the decision to ensure his becoming the POTUS. Kowtowing to smarmy little pukes that populate agencies like AIPAC simply goes with the hijacked “territory” of what would otherwise be well within the purview of a U.S. President.
        What a damnable waste of a POTUS this is, when you think of what could be done from that office, with the power that it holds! So what if you risk your life by blowing some big-time whistles as did JFK. What better way to die for a man in his position!
        Instead, a well-behaved little mensch is Donald J. Trumpf

    2. What ever the case, the Federal Government is chock full of “Fibber Magee’s and Mollies”, and has been since before the war of the Northern invasion of the newly minted Confederacy of Southern States. A prime example of fibbing in the 20th century was President Wilson saying that he would not send Americans to fight in any European war and then almost exactly 20 years latter President FDR said virtually the same thing “again and again and again”. Fibbing, “again and again and again” is in the US Government tradition. State and local governments in the USA aren’t much better

      With both Pat and Harold putting “snatching” and “snatches” in their posts, perhaps it’s time for a tiny bit of humor amongst all this tragedy: What is the difference between a pick pocket and a peeking tom. Well, one “snatches” watches and the other watches “……..” By all accounts the Feds are very good at both.
      Peekaboo all you Darkmoon Cats.

      1. Yep Gilb,
        What difference does the velocity of the firearm projectile mean anyway? Unless the target can run, duck or hide. As a child, Donaldo was into black-powder firearms. My favorite was the Brown Bess smooth-bore musket. 50 calibre soft lead rounds. Very slow. But apon impact the soft-lead round would expand to almost 2 inches in diameter. Little Donaldo once even made a necklace from a round retrieved from the target. Anyway…..a very unpleasant way to die for American revolutionary or Brit soldiers. Once struck with one of these slow-moving projectiles, the survival rate was very low. If lucky, only an amputated limb. Anyway. War isn’t sex. With sex, bigger IS better but speed is a detriment. Gotta slow down. In war, the former two variables are a question of strategy. To point. Donaldo doubts that politicians such as Put-On, Bibi or Trump have a good understanding of modern weapon systems. Only engineers with years of hard work and experience do. World “leaders”……cough, cough….are only “briefed” by advisors. Later the “leaders” regurgitate the info to the press….press to public. What a circus! One things for sure. Weapons manufacturers all over the World sure are making shekels. Donaldo just drinking a little 🍷 and contemplating from nowhere in southern Florida. 🤔

      2. Don –

        How far do you have to ‘deadhead’ out of south Florida?

        No ‘piss punkins’ yet even if ya got sideboards. 🙂

        I’ll bet ya gotta get to Ocala!

        I know because I was an agent for Mercer Transport (Louisville KY) in Melbourne FL in 1989.

    3. Pat ,if the United Snakes (sanctions on 70 countries from the Evil Empire) left Russian and China alone there would be no need for all this weaponry. But since Trump and his Cabal are the Worlds chief Warmongers, something he said he would cease, to get elected, he has become the biggest of the swamp creatures. Putin is defending himself its a pity the West has let itself be subsumed by a bunch of Bankster Gangsters ,but they have.
      But Trump seems intent on confrontation, he isn’t dealing with defenceless nations that they usually bully such as Venezuela.Peace ,he doesn’t know the word, if he does it will only be to buy time to try and get an edge.Oh and how do you know how many missiles Putin has and at what stage of development they are in, did he tell you?
      Nobody would be a winner ,why dont you ditch your Necon’s? We in Europe don’t want to die either.

      https://www.sgtreport.com/2019/04/russia-unveils-sub-with-nuclear-tsunami-doomsday-drones/

      1. A-HUN –

        Thanks for the reply!

        You wrote:
        “Pat ,if the United Snakes (sanctions on 70 countries from the Evil Empire) left Russian and China alone there would be no need for all this weaponry.”

        That could very well be the case for some folks.
        I believe all the weaponry scams are to increase the flow of USD (debt, a trading commodity) to keep the Federal Reserve in bizzness!! No more Fed Res… no more global trading as it stands today.

        You asked:
        “Oh and how do you know how many missiles Putin has and at what stage of development they are in, did he tell you?”
        Easy! I read this – YOU can, too:
        RUSSIA MOVED 20 KINZHAL HYPERSONIC MISSILES TO TESTING SITE

        “Nearly 20 Russian missiles that the U.S. is currently unable to defend against were recently moved to a military testing site, signaling another milestone for the Kremlin’s hypersonic weapons program, according to people who have direct knowledge of American intelligence reports.”
        https://southfront.org/russia-moved-20-kinzhal-hypersonic-missiles-to-testing-site-report/

        You also asked:
        “why dont you ditch your Necon’s?”
        Easy! I don’t own any of those things! They’re NOT mine!! 🙂

      2. Pat,
        Didn’t have to dead-head to Georgia this time. Got a load of 🍊 juice going to a food bank warehouse in Tennessee. Cheap load. Always are coming out of Florida. But enough to cover the costs anyway. Keep truckin. 😎

  3. As long as the zionist owned FED has control over our money nothing will change as the control of money creation is the key to control over the people and the zionist owned FED has control of America!

    As nathan rothschild infamously said, I care not what puppet is placed on the throne of England for the man who controls the money supply controls the British Empire and I am that man!

    It is the same here in the zio/US and in every country that has a zionist owned central bank which is just about every country on earth and thus comes the zionist control of all of we goyim who exist to be slaves of the zionists!

    Free America, abolish the unconstitutional FED!

  4. The news is pure unadulterated hot steaming bull shit mind control propaganda
    for the brain dead zombies that are unable to think independently
    from the herd.
    life on this planet is but an allusion, as you must be “born of the spirit”
    to realize the truth and that is, the world is a shit hole run by Satan (Lucifer).
    when will things get better? don’t make me laugh.

      1. “How do I sign on?” Maybe by giving up correcting grammar altogether. The “word” of God does neither need correction, grammar or kosherness. The pit we live in has lawyers to argue about the meaning of words, grammar and “lawfulness” for the use of these words while only Kosher words rule the law of men just to keep him beast.

  5. Don’t bother. There’s no room in heaven for grammar fiends!

    I’m willing to bet that the Apostles, who were simple fishermen,
    were guilty of the odd malapropism and spelling mistake. 🙂

  6. 1999 – Chechnya
    2008 – Georgia
    2014 – Crimea
    2015 – Syria
    2019 – Venezuela

    What’s next in this list of blitzkrieg operations of Putin? You have just missed it. The Großmeister is poised to take back the whole of Ukraine without a single shot, just like he did with Crimea.

    How? Extremely elegantly: just launch a campaign of issuing Russian passports not just to everyone in war-torn Eastern Ukraine, but to every Ukrainian, and have this kid, president-elect of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky, fall in the trap set up for him:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w3yVk7pZEHI

    The timing of this operation was impeccable, just like all others. Foxy Putin is an absolute political genius of our time!

    There is no doubt in my mind that his ultimate goal is to take back every square inch of the former USSR given away (I emphasize – given away – not lost in a legitimate fight!) by this bastard Gorbachev.

    And he will… most likely, not later than the closing of his term in 2024.

  7. One interesting thing about these hypersonic missiles is that they can use the dynamical pressure of the air flow to feed its engine. It’s a turbine, like the ones used in airplanes, without a rotating shaft; it’s called ramjet. The turbine is not used because it doesn’t need to produce power to the inexistent compressor. An efficient, light and reliable machine, it has few moving parts, practically only the fuel pump moves inside the engine.

    Problems:

    1 – It can’t do a slow fly; it is fired from an airplane or needs an inefficient rocket engine to takeoff.

    2 – The hypersonic speed increases the temperature of the flying object due to air friction; without properly designed heat shields the missile burns apart.

    Indeed, it is a terrible weapon!

    If Pat is right, and I think he is, “American” companies and financiers are helping Putin to build it.

    1. NBTT –

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      This position will require you to train in CT for approximately 6 months and then will transfer to Russia.

      Generate, maintain, and provide quality metrics to the P&W Management team and lead quality improvement programs.
      Help to craft and implement standard work for all onsite processes
      Serve as an on-site customer interface for P&W at the Irkut and facility.
      Establish and maintain customer relations and other meaningful functions, with respect to the quality for the PW1400G program as appropriate for the entire propulsion system.
      Serve as a liaison to government and customer representatives for the Quality discipline as needed for this program.

      —Basic Qualifications:
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      P & W Link for Harold: 🙂
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    2. The hypersonic X-43 flew Mach 7 in 2004 and again in 2004 flew Mach 10!!
      The new and improved hypersonic X-51 came online in 2010 so it’s not like these are something new and truly cutting edge. If they were truly viable weapon systems on a large scale on into the future, the Pentagon and Co. would have commenced production big time years ago and have an inventory of hundreds or thousands by now. Who knows how many they really do have right now? I don’t know but I think they’ve got bigger fish to fry, pun intended.

      Because since they’re cunning little devils who aren’t stupid and blind one would think they’ve solved the mirror focusing problems they had with the original (2002) 747-COIL laser system and other such prototypes. A viable answer to ballistic missiles and other hypersonic targets if ever there was one is obviously LASER waspon systems.

      You’d have to believe with their new and improved self learning innovative BFF A.I. ally they’ve solved the mirror focusing-targeting conundrum and then some. Maybe even advanced to the point of tracking and targeting the atomic signatures of designated objects or some other such “sci-fi” systems we can’t even imagine, yet.

      Lasers would, after all, reduce these hypersonic vehicles to the status of slow boats to China as far as destroying them goes.

      Bottom line is the top dogs, or hyenas if you will, aren’t going to be caught off guard or be upstaged by some new kid on the block Chinese or same old same old Russians.
      Their egos and eveil intelligence are waaay too big for that..

      But these HYPERSONIC WEAPONS do generate at least a MACH 10 fear factor, solvable by our patriotic government for another trillion or two dollars.
      Money well spent defending America, mom and those delicious apple pies.!

      1. Yepsireebob!

        A “MACH 10 fear factor” should get a minimum of $10 Trillion… to match the numbers. Pocket change to them. 🙂

        Hell, Rummy admitted the Pentagon lost $3 to $5 Trillion down the debt hole just in 2001!!

        And – The DOD’s (Department of Defense) as well as HUD’s (Department of Housing and Urban Development) Offices of Inspector General (OIG) reference these transactions as “unsupported journal voucher adjustments.” This is polite accounting language for lost, hidden or stolen money. If such “adjustments” were small, it would be one thing. But they totaled some $21 trillion between 1998 and 2015!
        https://www.forbes.com/sites/kotlikoff/2018/07/21/is-our-government-intentionally-hiding-21-trillion-in-spending/#738201c94a73

      2. Gosh Inspector General, a rogue laser emission ate my two trillion dollars and my homework!

      3. @ HP

        Lasers would, after all, reduce these hypersonic vehicles to the status of slow boats to China as far as destroying them goes.

        I would have to disagree. The U.S. doesn’t presently have any lasers (nor are they likely to have any anytime soon) that would be capable of shooting down the latest Russian missiles.

      4. Harold, you are correct. No laser system can perform this defense, yet.
        At least not one that I know of.

        However, like the last indefensible missiles, the supersonic cruise missiles of the last couple decades, these hypersonic vehicles won’t be indefensible for long.
        Especially with the A.I. problem solving potential which is an exponentially advancing phenonenom as well as the not much publicized (truly secret) extant uber-advanced systems of sensors and data links enhanced via A.I. computing power. The days of being handcuffed by limitations in calculations is over.
        The one of a kind F-35 being a concrete example of this in actual practice.
        Even as it is miles ahead of its next best competitor, it’s actually rudimentary when compared to what’s on the drawing board.

        Meanwhile, they’re of course working on it! Don’t forget, the US has had hypersonic vehicles for at least 15 years so they’re aware of their limitations and inherent flaws. For one, maybe I’m wrong but I find it really hard to believe these vehicles can manuever at such speeds. Ask an SR-71 pilot flying at a mere Mach 3 if he’d like to do a little manuevering at even that speed. I rather doubt it.. So they’ll no doubt exploit any and every limitation and then like the Yakhonts / Sizzlers / BrahMos they’ll be reduced to another powerful albeit defensible missile system and then on to the next one. And on and on and on..

      5. @ HP

        “However, like the last indefensible missiles, the supersonic cruise missiles of the last couple decades, these hypersonic vehicles won’t be indefensible for long.”

        Well I know I wouldn’t want to be on a ship that’s been targeted by a volley of old fashioned supersonic cruise missiles. Any implied ability to defend against even them is a purely theoretical concept, as far as I know. When the U.S. “government” finally gets the wars that it seems to be begging for, it might find it has no more actual ability to defend against them than the British had against the Exocet missiles in the Falklands war.

        “Meanwhile, they’re of course working on it! Don’t forget, the US has had hypersonic vehicles for at least 15 years so they’re aware of their limitations and inherent flaws. “

        Luckily for the world, Russia is probably at least 10 years ahead of the U.S. “government” in missile and missile-defense technology, and the U.S. “government” will NEVER catch up because: (1) development in Russia is ongoing; and (2) because the U.S. “government” and its “defense” contractors are simply far too corrupt to compete. The only way the U.S. “government” can ever neutralize the “Russian threat” is to give up on the idea of complete world domination and control and start acting reasonably.

      6. Harold, neither would I like to be on any ship targeted by a volley of Sizzlers (Klub) but I’d dislike even more being on any aircraft, ship or sub which targeted that ship. That is, if they might actually even get close enough to do so.

        As far as “Russia is probably at least 10 years ahead of the U.S. “government” in missile and missile-defense technology” well, lol, OK.

      7. HP –

        You wrote:
        “As far as “Russia is probably at least 10 years ahead of the U.S. “government” in missile and missile-defense technology” well, lol, OK.”

        I had a really good laugh there also! 🙂

        We should all know that the 100s of US companies in Russia are building planes and missiles and space vehicles for that Pesky ‘Put-On’ the Puny, who needs help with his Quality Control!

        Pratt & Whitney (P&W) needs Quality Control Engineers for the IRKUT PLANT in Russia right NOW!!

        Proof??? HERE:

        Quality Engineer, Russia – Pratt & Whitney Job ID 01252131

        This position will require you to train in CT for approximately 6 months and then will transfer to Russia.

        Generate, maintain, and provide quality metrics to the P&W Management team and lead quality improvement programs.
        Help to craft and implement standard work for all onsite processes
        Serve as an on-site customer interface for P&W at the Irkut plant and facility.
        Establish and maintain customer relations and other meaningful functions, with respect to the quality for the PW1400G program as appropriate for the entire propulsion system.
        Serve as a liaison to government and customer representatives for the Quality discipline as needed for this program.

        —Basic Qualifications:
        4+ years of experience in engineering, quality, aerospace, and/or manufacturing
        US citizenship required due to government contracts
        Obtain authorization to work in Russia and relocate for three to five years

        Read much more at this good link for skeptics:
        prattandwhitney.gr8people.com/index.gp?opportunityID=7437&method=cappportal.showJob&sysLayoutID=122

        P&W helps RUSSIA:

        Russian aircraft manufacturer Irkut, which is part of United Aircraft Corporation (UAC), is to build an additional dedicated flying prototype of its MC-21-300 airliner to be used specifically for flight tests.

        The first four flying prototypes have been allocated for certification testing of the aircraft’s base version – which is powered by Pratt & Whitney PW1400G GTF engines.
        http://www.rusaviainsider.com/additional-mc-21-prototype-test-russian-engines/

      8. @ Hp

        “As far as ‘Russia is probably at least 10 years ahead of the U.S. ‘government’ in missile and missile-defense technology’ well, lol, OK.”

        Well, lol, almost everything the U.S. “government” has is embarrassingly obsolete; this is not even debatable. For example, Russia’s S-400 and new S-500 systems are vastly superior to anything the U.S. “government” has. This is why countries like Turkey and India are buying Russian systems rather than overpriced U.S. junk, e.g., the Patriot PAC-3. Likewise, Russia’s cruise missile arsenal is vastly superior to anything the U.S. “government” has.

        I could go on and on but I don’t have time right now to make a detailed comment and compare the relevant technical specifications, but it seems quite clear that the corrupt U.S. “government” will NEVER catch up.

        BTW here’s a recent example of U.S. technology in action:

        https://www.news.com.au/technology/innovation/military/us-patriot-ballistic-missile-defence-system-may-have-failed-over-saudi-arabia/news-story/c2cb4990ae494f5723db3169694e429a

      9. @ HP

        “Harold, this is what’s implied by future laser hypersonic missile defense.
        And not so distant future at that.
        Laser missile defense”

        LOL! I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but no, lasers will not be defending U.S. “government” ships from Zircon missiles anytime soon.

        Unfortunately, a laser can only hit something that’s within its field of view, right? So let’s say for the sake of argument that the laser is mounted 10 meters high on the defending ship. And let’s say the missile is coming in at 5 meters above sea level. In this case the missile would first come into the laser’s field of view at a distance of about distance of about 19,280 meters or something like that.

        Now if the missile is coming in at M5, the laser/fire control system will have less than about 11 seconds to deal with it between the time it crosses the visual horizon and impacts the ship. This is not much time. So in less than eleven seconds, the fire control system has to detect, lock onto and dwell the beam on the target for a long enough period of time to deliver a “lethal” amount of energy. Moreover, the beam would need to dwell not just anywhere on the target, but on the same spot on the target.

        This would be difficult under carefully controlled conditions, let alone in the real world where there may be more than one incoming missile and the missiles may be making evasive maneuvers.

        But let’s say for the sake of argument that only one missile is incoming and the beam “destroys” it before it hits the ship. How do you deal with a few thousand pounds of shrapnel coming in at a few thousand feet per second? IOW what can the laser be expected to do but break the incoming missile into smaller incoming pieces which would likely hit the ship anyway?

        It’s not going to work.

      10. Harold, from the satellites, F-35’s and (SR-72),
        everything is in the point of view.

        But they don’t want to talk about it (SR-72) much less make blustery threats about it. Putin’s posturing is, though predictable and expected, still a bit pathetic.
        And no I’m not rooting for the US MIC or wishing any harm on Russia and the white Christian Russians who are our natural born friends and allies.
        Rather once again I’m saying it’s better to know than not know, refuse to know or entertain wishful thinking to a deleterious degree.

        “Without the digital transformation, the aircraft you see there could not have been made,” O’Banion said while showing an artist’s rendering of the SR-72.
        As he continued to speak, however, his remarks seemed indicative of an aircraft that already exists, rather than one that remains squarely on the drawing board.”

      11. HP –

        As you can see, I agreed with your original comment in this set of comments.
        Also, I see that laser weapons tested for the US carrier are 50,000 times faster than Russia’s Zircon.
        Soooo….
        Don’t worry about “Pesky ‘Put-On’ the Puny” and his Russian weapons. He is just helping the ‘BIS jew-Boyz’ increase global $$$ debt for the Fed Res – whether the weapons work or NOT!! 🙂

        Russia’s Apocalypse Missile Keeps Crashing!!

        The missile has crashed (and presumably burned) four times in four months.

        “Vladimir Putin’s much-hyped nuclear-powered cruise missile is having trouble staying in the air. The Russian president announced the weapon in March as part of a package of new nuclear arms, but the unnamed missile has crashed four times in four months.”

        https://www.popularmechanics.com/military/weapons/a20889006/russias-apocalypse-missile-keeps-crashing/

  8. “Washington is going to be increasingly frustrated abroad as willingness to cooperate with the insane asylum vanishes. The consequence will be increasing tyranny at home.”
    and what would be some if the signs of this ”increased tyranny”?
    how about these —
    a constantly growing and ever burdensome, unresponsive, incommunicative and generally non-sensical state bureaucracy, operating further and further into the red with no hope for solvency…
    unaccountable electronic voting machines and a heavy incumbency rate, no real political debate…
    elevation of the corporate hierarchy to national security level status for immunity from prosecution purposes…
    forced vaccinations, in spite of overwhelming evidence they’re dangerous and destructive, with special rules of legal immunity written for big-pharma executives…
    immigrant invasion, completely lawless border, obviously intended for subversive purposes, the us congress totally ignorant of any willing remedy….
    surveillance of every aspect of the citizen’s life, with increasingly powerful and obviously dangerous mind-affecting communications technologies foisted onto the public without proper study and hearing….
    gradual breakdown of law and order in an increasingly violent gangster-ridden society, with the deliberate cultivation of a growing rabble class of homeless psychotics, common criminals, drug addicts and general ne’er-do-wells…
    privately held central bank, never to be audited, backed up by an equally unaccountable national debt collection agency, enforced unlawfully outside constitutional procedures by thug goons…
    the national defense authorization act, which codifies security state rendition and murder of us citizens, in evidence…
    across the board militarization of elitized domestic police forces, using unconstitutional tactics, relying increasingly on coerced confession as the main prosecutorial tactic, effectively no prosecution of police for capital crimes, grand theft, murder committed in the line of duty…..
    total breakdown of pro-active police communication with citizenry, proliferation of secret domestic prisons and undocumented detention centers, police vigilatism and prisoner abuse common…
    commonality of various false flag orchestrations conducted for propaganda and political action purposes..
    stenographic commercial media, exists only to relay and repeat the official narrative on current events….
    governing centers responsive mainly to large population centers, isolated from the greater heartland, with “clinton archipelago” type politicians pushing for the repeal of the 12th amendment…

  9. PCR wrote:
    “The Russians, Chinese, Iranians, and North Koreans know that they are dealing with fools, and they are not going to take any chances. They know that no agreement with America means anything and that Washington speaks only with a forked tongue.”

    The countries he mentioned deal more within the private sector than Washington. That info does not appear on front pages.

    As he did here, Dr. Roberts usually uses China as a country to fear. That rationale is well founded when Diebold Nixdorf is involved.

    Diebold Nixdorf equipment is used in China for global connections to the financial cabal, including London, New York, Tel Aviv and Washington DC.

    Diebold Nixdorf is an American financial self-service, security and services corporation internationally engaged primarily in the sale, manufacture, installation and service of self-service transaction systems (such as ATMs and currency processing systems), point-of-sale terminals, physical security products (including vaults and currency processing systems), and software and related services for global financial, retail, and commercial markets. Founded in 1859 in Cincinnati, Ohio as the Diebold Bahmann Safe Company.

    Diebold Nixdorf claims:
    “We’re a global company with a local presence. In our “always on” world, we’re shaping the future of transactions, so while our solutions are driven by universal themes, they come to life through unique regional collaborations with our customers. In the Eurasia region, our team includes experts throughout more than 60 countries, all working to make your business run more efficiently and help you deepen relationships with your consumers.
    “As the world leader in connected commerce, our organization has the breadth, scale and expertise to deliver the right solutions, at the right times, in the right place.”

    Diebold-China (2 Business Locations)
    1-Diebold Financial Equipment Company Ltd. (China)
    Beijing Office
    1608, A Block, Hehua City Wall Building
    No 7. Jian Guo Men South Ave.,
    Beijing P.R. China, 100005
    2-Diebold Financial Equipment Company Ltd. (China)
    Shanghai Office
    10F, Huasting Building
    No.88, Lane 777, West Guangzhong Road,
    Shanghai P.R. China 200072
    https://www.dieboldnixdorf.com/en-us/global-locations/eurasia

    The cabal is explained further:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ii_KQEw0BcA

    China Is Funded And Backed By Wall Street And Western Corporations
    APRIL 26, 2019

    https://www.technocracy.news/revealed-china-is-funded-and-backed-by-wall-street-and-western-corporations/

    1. Criminal acts as reported last summer:

      Diebold has offices in Russia. Its office in Russia was registered in 1998 and in 2003, it established a subsidiary, “Diebold Self-Service.”

      Diebold also builds ATMs and the software they run on. It bought Wincor Nixdorf, a German firm that builds ATMs, in April 2016 for $1.8 billion. It renamed itself Diebold Nixdorf.

      In March 2017, Diebold Nixdorf signed a major deal with Russia’s Post Bank. “The strategy will allow for the discontinuation of traditional cashier stations, and enable consumers to perform all cash transactions including loan grant, settlement and deposits at the self-service systems.”

      Diebold was sued by the SEC in 2013 for paying bribes to Russian officials. It paid $25.2 million in penalties for violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

      “Diebold, through its Russian subsidiary, paid BRIBES in connection with the sale of ATMs to private banks in Russia. It FALSIFIED records in Russia in order to obtain and retain contracts to provide ATMs to state-owned and private banks in Russia, CHINA and Indonesia. It made nearly $3 million in illicit payments to them.”

      **Diebold Nixdorf controls nearly 35% of the global ATM market. It’s currently the LARGEST provider of ATMs in the United States. (That gives them access to all users’ accounts!!)

      https://medium.com/@brianmohr/diebold-deals-scytl-cryptography-russian-finance-raise-questions-about-roskam-win-8571981016c1

      1. TT –

        Thanks. That was fun.

        That ‘Magnificent-Mighty-Mouse-Missile’ destroyed ONLY the forecastle(pronounced ‘fok-sul’) deck!!

        The ONLY ones who needed to run were the boatswains(bos-uns)….. the ‘rope-chokers’… the ‘deck hands’!! 🙂

        The bridge was still intact and it did not sink the ship!!

  10. As a Hitman and Super Bully in the world, the US government has many weapons in it’s arsenal to force compliance to it’s New World Order imperative… devices such as Economic Hitmen (using World Bank,IMF), use of proxies, various CIA machinations, use of terrorist weapons such as Al Qaeda, ISIS (Israeli State Intelligence Service), JSOC (Joint Special Operations Command), threats of military action, and now the overwhelming use of Economic Sanctions.

    Of course, the last resort is direct military application. Bit it seems the US government and it’s minions are achieving success without resorting to the bogeyman of nuclear weapons and WW III.

    However, Russia, China, Iran, and maybe North Korea might surprise everyone and call Uncle Sam’s bluff.
    And these nations have certainly achieved the capacity for direct and/or effective asymmetrical warfare,
    e.g. EMP,s, cyberwar, biological. The economic infrastructure of the West is it’s Achilles Heel.

  11. HAROLD
    it looks like trump was noting but a stooge for the zionists all along, and is most likely a mazaltaver himself… straight from the heart of jew york city…
    he knew the real americans would bite on the border issue, and hard as it is to believe, he was the only one on the scene raising the issue, promising to deal with it in no uncertain terms… well, as you point out he has all the authority he needs to secure the border, he can use the military all he wants, he doesn’t need to wait for the worthless congress to act… even if he does, he should force it to a constitutional crisis… and yes he should have at least put the plan together from day 1… he throws a few crumbs our way once in a while, saying good sounding things, keeping us on the string… all that q anon bs about arresting 1000 deep state actors – that sounded good too… where’d it come from really? he talks a good game on guns.. so what… we have the right… if thy really try to take it away, it’s death… he was gonna get us out of all the endless wars in the middle east.. yeah sure… now he gives the israelis everything they could ask for, including escalation, and this is only the beginning…
    ok, 2 years ago we didn’t know… we might not have been sure but we knew damn well everybody else wasn’t it.
    and if the so-called other guys were able to kick him out now – who would we get then?
    if the guy did any good at all, it’s that he did make clear the border issue, which wouldn’t even be on the table if anybody else has been elected… the question now is – will anybody else come up on the same platform trump used, only him being somebody who really is sincere? the template is there, the public stands by… where is the guy?

  12. PCR mentioned the threat ‘IN’ China:

    “…a very real threat is emerging in Russia, CHINA, North Korea, and Iran.”

    Here is the latest threat ‘IN’ China which is never mentioned, since Justice For Chinese doesn’t comment here anymore. (Andrew told us that jews destroyed China. For that, the internet controllers took down his site and threatened him as well.)

    Anti-Semitism spreads to China!!

    One Jewish writer says, “I live in China, and in the last few weeks I’ve been alarmed at the amount of antisemitic propaganda being published by Baidu News. Baidu is China’s equivalent of Google, so it reaches a truly enormous readership, and is state owned.” He goes on to cite two reports, one of which essentially denies that the Holocaust happened, and claims that the number of Jews really killed numbered only in the “tens of thousands.”

    Another article claims, wait for it, that ‘the Jews themselves have responsibility for the Holocaust for being too greedy and self-interested. The truth is that Hitler never slaughtered the Jews. Hitler broke the financial dragon egg in order to establish the values ​​of labor. He did indeed shoot a few financial oligarchs, but did not massacre the Jews.

    And a new best-seller called “Currency Wars” has really set the cat among the pigeons. The book’s author, Song Hongbing, claims that behind world-changing events like the battle of Waterloo, Adolf Hitler’s rise to power, President Kennedy’s assassination, and the deep recession in Asia during the 1990s stood an intricate conspiracy aimed at increasing Jews’ wealth and influence. In fact he claims that almost every defining historical moment has been instigated by Jewish bankers, and mainly the Rothschild family, which Song says dominates the global banking system, including the US Federal Reserve System.
    http://irishsavant.blogspot.com/2019/03/shock-horror-anti-semitism-spreads-to.html

    1. Pat, I’ve noticed over the years that Asians in general aren’t the type of people who entertain other people’s (foreigners) propaganda and fantasies if it isn’t in their best interests.

      They’re not real big on (lol) multiculturalism and diversity either. To say the least.
      A lot of folks are in for a big surprise.
      Perhaps not the bureaucrats and traders who deal with them but the general public will be surprised, for sure..

      1. HP,
        Multiculturalism and diversity are the anti- thesis of nationalism. The Asians understand this. To comprise a nation certain criteria must be met. Numero uno is race. Two is language. Three…perhaps religion. Asians maintain the integrity of their nations through “zero” immigration. Filipinos can dig ditches in Japan. But will never aquire citizenship. While no nation on Earth meet all 3 criteria completely. Most none Zio-controlled countries come close. America, for example, never was, isn’t and never will be a “nation.” The US is a “corporation.” People residing on US soil are not citizens. They’re employees working for the IRS which is an extortion racket milking 💰 from the masses to the “elites” which call themselves “US government.” Think about it. A social security number is like a tag on the ear of livestock…..ganado……in Spanish. From birth till death a US “citizen”……..cough, cough….has Uncle Sam’s hands wrapped around his balls. Ain’t going nowhere. Completely under control. Anyway. To point. Only true nations will endure. The US will not. It’s demise is only a matter of time. Yes……Humpty Dumptys multi-cultural, diverse ass will fall off the wall which Trump never built. 😉

  13. Somebody listed the factors to be sundered with the sabotage of a nation.. race, religion, language. Don’t forget – GEOGRAPHY…
    DC
    that was a worthy statement…
    However I won’t repeat the epitaph….
    I think the USA may have been a nation for a brief period right after the revolutionary war..
    Not sure any of us are sufficiently educated and qualified on the subject to point out exactly what is the difference between the USA and USACORP, exactly where those paths diverged, if ever, and what are all the pros and cons one V the other. .
    What’s the formula, the requirements to give you the corporation rather than the country?
    I’ve heard the rumors too, and repeated them, but
    I’d like to see the book on all of that…
    In the meantime – DON’T TREAD ON ME …

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