Putin’s Tight Game

Russia has begun bombing ISIS, and allegedly non-ISIS, targets in Syria. (Latest news is that China is sending troops to Syria.) Recently, Putin dedicated the completion of a large mosque in Moscow. Bananaland, aka America, and President Butt Naked are left on the sidelines, impotent and literally watching US global military hegemony get stripped away.

All these things are connected. Putin is making a move to establish Russian dominance in the Middle East, and the fanfare over his Moscow mosque, timed perfectly just prior to Russian airstrikes in Syria against radical Muslims, should be seen as a symbolic, preemptive sop to moderate Muslims, giving Russia more leeway to do as she pleases in Syria and dampening potential Muslim ire within Russian borders.

Gas pipelines, US isolation, and lunatic Islamist containment are likely Russia’s goals (among other more opaque considerations).

Russians are not Westerners. Putin may be a borderline psychopath, and as ex-KGB he’s certainly got the killer’s instinct. It’s best to approach Russian machinations with a healthy skepticism (unlike how our media and elite have approached the fake story of Ahmud the clock boy). But whatever Russia does, as long as it fucks the shit up of the rootless globalist elite running America and Western Europe, I am all-in on Putin, and hope he is successful in his project of diminishing the geopolitical influence of the United States of Poz.





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  1. on October 1, 2015 at 9:53 am Captain Obvious

    > “Russians are not Westerners.” ——— I was under the impression that not only did the Vikings/Normans head south to Italy and France and eventually across the Channel to England, but they also headed East and bred with Slavs to create the modern Russian elite. http://www.historyworld.net/wrldhis/PlainTextHistories.asp?ParagraphID=eic#2045

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    • This is pretty complicated question. Short answer is Russians do have some Western blood and culture, but are not fully European.

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      • on October 1, 2015 at 10:43 am Captain Obvious

        Balmung [???], you need to learn the history of the slave trade routes in the Mediterranean. Slave tradery was always run by the Eskimos [Sephardic Eskimos in the Atlantic; Ashkenazic Eskimos in Asia Minor] and the Mohammedeans. The Normans conquered those slave trading routes for a brief time, about a millennium ago, but even after the Normans retreated back to Europe proper, White Girlz and White Boyz, stolen from Europe, always brought top dollar when the Eskimos sold them to the Mohammedeans [and then the Mohammedeans would repay the favor by selling nogs to the Eskimos for chattel slavery in the New World].

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      • on October 1, 2015 at 10:44 am Captain Obvious

        Balmung, I am so sorry [never apologize blah blah blah] – I was trying to reply to “Luis Suarez” below here.

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    • has anyone saying this crap actually, you know, been to Russia? They are predominantly slavs, until you get east of the Caucasus, then they start to look like kazakhs and Mongolians and shit. Tons of blondes and blues even pretty far east, tho.

      If you want pics of Moscow from last month, I can assure you it looks pretty much like any other European city

      [CH: moscovites may look stereotypically northern european, but psychologically they are different in some crucial respects. for starters, see: the hajnal line.]

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      • One thing I always noticed about Slavs in general and Russians in particular is the almond-shaped eyes, they don’t all have it but a lot do, from Putin to the future First Lady.

        There are blondes in the Far East because they were resettled there by the Tsar over 100 yrs ago and also by the communists.

        The ones who look Asiatic in the east are not Russian to begin with. Also a lot of “Russians” aren’t Russian to begin with, they are Tatars, Uzbeks, Chechens, Kazakhs, and others who were ruthlessly Russified.

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    • To me, seems that Trump is the best qualified candidate in the entire field (both sides) to deal with this situation. I have confidence that he might create the best cabinet that’s ever been created because ‘Trump cabinets are the BEST cabinets’ and that’s exactly the attitude needed to deal with the growing influence of Russia. I’m just a citizen though, so why should the government care about my pov.

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  2. on October 1, 2015 at 9:56 am Captain Obvious

    And the Normans might also have deposited their genetic material in Saudi Arabia – here is a picture of Abdullah Omar Naseef, who sponsored the career of Syed Zainul Abedin, father of Huma Abedin Wiener:

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    • Typical WN wishful thinking

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      • on October 1, 2015 at 10:47 am Captain Obvious

        Luis Suarez, your reply is above here – the Normans briefly conquered the Eskimo / Mohammedean slave trade routes in the Mediterranean, about a millenium ago, and it is possible that the Normans “mixed” with Arabian Mohammedeans while they were in the Eastern Meditteranean. Also, White Womynz always brought top dollar when the Eskimos sold them to the Mohammedeans.

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      • Also, White Womynz always brought top dollar when the Eskimos sold them to the Mohammedeans.

        Heh. The more likely origin of Euro features among dune coons, except those in Syria, Lebanon, and Jordan, where there was some European settlement during Crusader times.

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  3. It was good to get your thoughts on this. Well said.

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  4. Boohoo for US global military hegemony. You don’t understand history or people that well and frankly you’ve deserved to implode your empire in less time than anyone ever has.

    Fortunately the Russian national interest and the right thing to do just happen to be the same thing right now. Like WWII. We can rely on Putin to be a statesmen and not the spoiler he normally is. And I guess Putin would understand more than most why you need to leave Stalinists like Assad and Saddam in charge.

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    • Boohoo for US global military hegemony. You don’t understand history or people that well and frankly you’ve deserved to implode your empire in less time than anyone ever has.

      We’re simply about a century ahead of your empire, limey.

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    • The ruling class in the USA isn’t nationalist. They are intentionally destroying the USA to achieve their goal. There is no intention to have an enduring US empire.

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  5. I’ve enjoyed the screeching from the usual suspects in DC about Putin bombing CIA allies. It’s basically a tacit admission that ISIS is US affiliated. And for once Americans seem to understand this, based on the comments I’ve read.

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    • Prediction: As Russian airstrikes continue, US officials will come out openly in support of ISIS.

      It’s as if Putin lifted a big rock and all the filthy vermin are scrambling for cover.

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      • on October 1, 2015 at 10:51 am Captain Obvious

        LBF, the Eskimos created ISIS in Syria [to destroy the Aramaic Christians], the Eskimos almost succeeded in installing the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt [to destroy the Coptic Christians], and the Eskimos installed Al Qaeda in Libya, from where ISIS proceeded to murder these Coptic Christian workers:

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      • on October 1, 2015 at 10:51 am Captain Obvious

        LBF – agreed – longer reply in the [email protected]

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      • @Captain Obvious
        It’s pics like these that should make ALL westerners protect their god given right to arm themselves. I understand that the enemy will threaten/kidnap families, among other tactics, to subdue people, but if you’re prepared to use deadly force, it might make them move to the next target. We must always be prepared, for chaos is ALWAYS beneath the surface.

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    • To say it is the USA is a bit of an exaggeration.

      It is Obama the Muslim in chief who supports ISIS and helps the Muslim Brotherhood install a Caliphate ( Obama pretends he does not of course ), just as it is Obama the Muslim in chief who just gave Iran 150 Billion dollars to help them build bombs.

      Most Americans and even some in the CIA or Military disapprove of Obama the Muslim in chief.

      Very few Americans agree Iran should have received $150 B.

      It is not the USA, it is the traitor in chief.

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      • Your ability to buy cheap stuff from Wal-Mart depends on the ability of the US to be able to print money, and force other countries to accept it. This acceptance hinges on an agreement by the Saudis to only accept US dollars for their oil, among other countries agreeing to do the same with their commodities.

        If the US can’t protect the Saudis, they will turn to whoever the biggest, baddest player on the block is, all those dollars sent overseas will come back home since no one needs them any more, and since 2/3rds of the dollars are overseas, I would suspect a minimum tripling of the price of everything.

        Also, this isn’t the first such deal to go down. With much less fanfare China has entered multiple deals with other Asian nations to trade in local currencies instead of dollars, Iran has been trading gold for oil, etc. Since we’re experiencing deflation I think now is an excellent time to stock up on essentials if you haven’t done so already.

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      • on October 1, 2015 at 1:51 pm The Spirit Within

        Do you suffer from long-term alcohol abuse? Your thinking patterns are strange. You come to this website and accuse the president of a foreign country (US) of being a traitor. It’s really weird behavior.

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      • Obama serves his masters well. We would have president Biden if he didn’t.

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      • The USA used to get a lot of oil from Saudi Arabia, but not anymore, it now gets most of its oil from Canada.

        Google it, it is true.

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  6. One other aspect of his tactics here — I also think he’s happy to keep the unrest in Syria going and the refugees flowing. Right into Europe. This has two potential benefits to him. It further destabilizes the EU and NATO (due to the political discord caused), and it also probably wins him the allegiance of rightist groups within the EU who are fed up with their cucked leaders (did you see the video of German protesters chanting “No to Merkel, Yes to Putin”)?

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  7. It’s remarkable. Russia has gone from bogeyman to hero within a very short period in my lifetime. I’m cheering them on.

    On a related note, the Russian Orthodox Church just called Russia’s campaign against Muslim terrorists in Syria a “Holy War.”

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    • Any Western or sorta-Western leader who stands up to the GayKK sodomite child rapists, but I repeat myself, will have my unstinting love and support. God Bless President Putin.

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  8. Completely off topic, but our gracious host and the commentariat will get a kick out of this:

    [video src="http://mediadownloads.mlb.com/mlbam/2015/10/01/14-416010-2015-09-30/web_cut/mlbtv_511523483_1200K.mp4" /]

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  9. President Obama is trying to undermine his people’s place in the world, he has specifically said so. It is because he is mostly informed by an anti-colonialist agenda his father indoctrinated him with. It is fine for Iran and Russia to be imperial but not for America. Putin is just wisely taking advantage of his incredible fortune in finding Obama as the current president. But of course that doesn’t mean Putin has good intentions or that this will be a good thing.

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    • on October 1, 2015 at 11:30 am mendozatorres

      Don’t forget Valerie Jarret. Woman’s hideous. You know when someone’s truly evil when they’re that ugly.

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  10. It’s a little more complicated than that. Putin is effectively supporting Syrian president Assad against the Iranian backed shia rebels. Guess who’s flag is going to be publicly burned next in front of mosques around Middle East. For once, the POTUS has done something not stupid by not directly engaging ISIS, although it does not counter the damage he is doing with that weak Iranian deal.

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  11. and the fanfare over his Moscow mosque, timed perfectly just prior to Russian airstrikes in Syria against radical Muslims, should be seen as a symbolic, preemptive sop to moderate Muslims, giving Russia more leeway to do as she pleases in Syria and dampening potential Muslim ire within Russian borders.

    Here’s a Daily Mail article, which points out that the alpha Putin has the backing of alpha Chechen a$$hole President Ramzan Kadyrov in this enterprise. Kadyrov is also urging Russia’s Muslim men to join in the fight.

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  12. on October 1, 2015 at 11:18 am Real American

    You have a funny blog here and I enjoy it, but boy you need to understand who Putin is before you start you Rah Rah Putin dance. Make no mistake about it, Putin does not like you, Putin does not care about any American life, and if he had his way he would have you on your knees begging for your life while he laughed and pulled the trigger.

    [CH: yes, and so would the shitlib sjws who hate the ch message of hope.]

    Assad is losing in Syria and Putin has NATO knocking on his door, all of this is is post Cold War loss for Russia, and his country serving as America’s whorehouse for the entirety of the 1990’s. Obama is on his way out and your boy Trump is our presumptive nominee, will you push for Putin as hard then?

    [it depends on the direction of trump’s presidency.]

    America first, the president is just a figurehead.

    [nope. the murder rate skyrocketed this year as a direct result of obama’s anti-white, anti-cop, pro-blacklivesmatter agitprop.]

    Take a visit to Russia, see what that place is like, then tell me how well Putin is as a leader. I have been to Russia several times and currently date a Russian woman, it is not Utopia over there.

    [i never claimed otherwise.]

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    • I would agree that Putin would hate the West even if we weren’t in the midst of this SJW leftoid Comminist Manifesto Eskimo insanity….Due to the current climate in the US and Europe, I do find myself secretly hoping he continues to make our Leftoid Admin look like women and children.

      But, make no mistake, if Putin could get away with it, America would either be under his thumb or 9000 degrees Fahrenheit.

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    • The point isn’t that Putin is good for Americans, the point is that Putin tries to, you know, look out for the interests of the country he’s leading. What a remarkable concept! That’s all we ask of our leaders.

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  13. Meanwhile BiBi’s at the UN telling Iran their plan to destroy Israel will fail…

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  14. My view: 1) Putin is more controlled than he lets on. He first rose to prominence in St. Petersburg, after he was very nicey-nice with the Rabbis in that city.

    2) If you want to understand Russia, you have to actually read books; thankfully they are free/cheap.

    First book, Project Gutenberg so free, Mary Platt Parmele http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/16930 ; written before 1917, so doesn’t cover the Revolution, but gives a very good overview of what the Russians are like. Remember, they never had the “break” between medieval times, then the Renaissance, then Protestant Reformation; so they are in some ways, still medieval (not in the sense of being primitive, just a diff. perspective).

    Second book, cheap to find on Amazon or look in library: The Russian Century by Brian Moynahan, a Brit. Written late 1990s but covers the period from 1900-1997.

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    • on October 1, 2015 at 11:58 am mendozatorres

      Russian history has always fascinated me. I will have to give them a look when time permits.

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    • Reading books is a wonderful thing, but don’t ever assume that just because something is written in a book that it is completely true. You cite two books. I advise you read far more than that.

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      • I have certainly read much more than those two; and I have also spent time in both Russia and another ex-USSR country, and have friends from Ukraine and Russia as well. However, those 2 books give a good enough overview to at least get a toehold on the situation.

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    • Don’t forget “The icon and the axe” and “Natasha’s dance”. Fascinating reading

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  15. on October 1, 2015 at 12:27 pm Concerned Citizen

    Does Putin, or do the Russians in general, not like seeing the current Mud Flood from all corners of the globe into Europe and the nations of its diaspora? Or are they happy to watch the slow-mo implosion? I know they roll their eyes at a black being elected President in the States, to put it mildly…

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  16. CH misreads Obummer’s game. O is a neo-anticolonialist, which means that he favors reducing the power and influence of colonial powers (he sees the US as a colonial power). O’s policy of reducing US power and influence has been implemented quite successfully. O has tight game. Of course, this has all been scripted.

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    • Obama is following the neo-con list of regime change in the middle east which has mostly to do with wrecking nations. If he were anti-colonialist he would have ordered the military home from the far flung bases of the empire years ago. He wouldn’t have allowed Hillary Clinton to indulge her bloodlust either. Not to mention a whole list of things POTUS is supposedly in charge of.

      Syria is being wrecked:


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  17. on October 1, 2015 at 1:05 pm uh non eeee muzlzozl (aka "muzzled")lzozlzo

    Putin destroyed some faggot on SUnday dateline or whatever fag show the fag jews call it. It was laughable. But even Putin was forced to avoid naming the Jew.

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  18. I agree with this post completely. Let the gay marriage, tranny worshipping USA get a Russian bitchslap.

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  19. . But whatever Russia does, as long as it fucks the shit up of the rootless globalist elite running America and Western Europe, I am all-in on Putin, and hope he is successful in his project of diminishing the geopolitical influence of the United States of Poz.

    OUTSTANDING

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  20. “Russians – they’re not westerners” -Paton always said that! He argues they were/are asian and thus cannot be trusted. His thanks – a staged car accident.
    He was right – unfortunately his real talk cost him his life.

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  21. I’m wondering if Putin is seeing the potential of Russia being the recipient of “White Flight” of the smarter and wealthier Western Europeans because of the immigrant hordes.

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  22. on October 2, 2015 at 1:57 pm No hope white man

    If whites can’t get away to Russia where we will go??

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  23. You might be referring to international affairs, but “Putin’s Tight Game” goes farther than that…

    Can’t remember where I read this, but Putin is shorter than all of his bodyguards. Even so, he will minimize movements and maintain stoic body language when discussing things with them. He won’t even tilt his head to see them. He solely moves his eyes. That Judo black belt training came in handy.

    I have a black friend who only quickly raises and lowers his eyebrows when acknowledging bitches and homies. He always gets a smile from women and a nod from other men. He thinks the head nod most black men do is beta, a way of trying to believe they are all part of the same played out struggle. Less is more.

    It’s almost as if Obama is an example of how “intellectual” black men run the risk of being effeminate. They can’t balance fluency and strength.

    In terms of alpha world leaders:

    1) Putin
    2) Netanyahu (very disliked by many on this website, but you gotta admit, the guy does act like he has a big dick)
    3) Berlusconi/Jintao (Berlusconi has a Wall Street insider’s skill when it comes to avoiding prison, Jintao has let the world know if his country’s economic successes are hard to fathom but even harder to ignore)

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