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Clutterfreak

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Mar 10, 2022, 3:13:36 PMMar 10
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Again!

https://twitter.com/i/status/1501216632730968064

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Andrew Smith

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Mar 10, 2022, 6:17:44 PMMar 10
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On Thursday, March 10, 2022 at 12:13:36 PM UTC-8, Clutterfreak wrote:
> Again!
>
> https://twitter.com/i/status/15O121663273O968O64

https://www.timesofisrael.com/netanyahu-israel-developing-missiles-no-other-country-has/

[Netayahu] "said Israel infiltrates Iran periodically for intelligence-gathering purposes"

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-55128970

'Mohsen Fakhrizadeh: Iran scientist 'killed by remote-controlled weapon''

Clutterfreak

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Mar 10, 2022, 10:24:12 PMMar 10
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On 3/10/2022 2:13 PM, Clutterfreak wrote:
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> Again!
>
> https://twitter.com/i/status/1501216632730968064
>

Here's a quick synopsis.

https://twitter.com/i/status/1501973483584049191

Andrew Smith

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Mar 11, 2022, 1:35:35 PMMar 11
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On Thursday, March 10, 2022 at 7:24:12 PM UTC-8, Clutterfreak wrote:
> On 3/10/2022 2:13 PM, Clutterfreak wrote:
> >
> > Again!
> >
> > https://twitter.com/i/status/1501216632730968064
> >
>
> Here's a quick synopsis.
>
> https://twitter.com/i/status/15O1973483584O49191

Looks like you finally caught up with the Nazis

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/V-2_rocket_facilities_of_World_War_II

Are you getting excited at the prospect of causing massive civilian casualties?

https://www.iwm.org.uk/history/the-terrifying-german-revenge-weapons-of-the-second-world-war

Clutterfreak

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Mar 15, 2022, 2:39:38 AMMar 15
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On 3/10/2022 9:24 PM, Clutterfreak wrote:
> On 3/10/2022 2:13 PM, Clutterfreak wrote:
>>
>> Again!
>>
>> https://twitter.com/i/status/1501216632730968064
>>
>
> Here's a quick synopsis.
>
> https://twitter.com/i/status/1501973483584049191
>
>
>


Did you count the days between Israel's killing of two Iranian soldiers
(in Syria) and Iran's response? :-)

Just one week!

In one week, Iranians decided who to kill (12 Israelis working in
Irbil's airport - three of them Mossad employees - Kurds say 9 dead, not
12), decided on the location of launch (Tabriz), moved and assembled the
missiles, and fired 14 of them straight into targets (Kurds say 12 were
launched)!

Hubba hubba indeed :-)

These missiles were the new ones. Each contains explosives to blast
what's on the surface, and another deep penetrating part to blast what's
under the ground. In this operation almost all the targets were under
the ground.

Iranian militia (IRGC) has even disclosed the list of names of Israelis
killed, and the jobs they had in that airport. Kurds have counted only 9
dead, which means a few in that list got just evaporated by the blasts.
Also the disagreement on the number of the missiles is probably due to a
few of them hitting the ground almost simultaneously.

There are two types of news. One is what reaches Americans, and the
other is what actually takes place. Even American history books written
by Americans aren't immune to this fact.

U.S. media reported Iran's attack having "no casualties." But Kurds and
IRGC, in some ways enemies of each other, both say almost the same thing
about what happened! How can that be?

There was another occasion about a year ago when Israelis killed I think
6 Iranian soldiers in Syria, and Iran tested a mini nuclear bomb inside
an underground tunnel very VERY close to Israeli settlements causing a
massive stampede that killed close to 100 of them. Nothing of that was
broadcast in USA :) Indeed as ridiculous as it sounded, news kept saying
that the cause of the stampede "remains unknown." Hehe :)

And another one was of course when Americans killed the ex-chief of IRGC
and then stayed silent on Iran's retaliation: losing more than a hundred
of the brightest scientists and engineers who were heading from Iran to
Canada (and on to USA). These brains were assembled into same flight
then shot down as soon as flight took off. But don't worry, USA instead
of those scientists imported the same number of cannibals from Africa to
work for Amazon. So good for you Americans. Deserves you right.

Well, first of all, stuff between MH people is not CH people's business
to begin with. That explains 90% of the reason behind CH Americans
staying Bozos as they are about what really is happening.

But remaining 10% is inside the CH decision makers themselves. That part
has nothing to do with the MH. Just as they stayed silent about
important facts in American history, the CH stay silent on this type of
news as well.

But I digressed. I mentioned this news piece to point to a very
sensitive fact. This operation shows how closely those Israelis were
being monitored by Iran. And only Heavens know how many more of them,
and how many more of people of other nationalities (like Americans -
hehe), are being monitored inside and outside Iran.

In this operation the intelligence was there readily available. Iranians
just chose which option to take among god knows how many others.

Hubba fucking hubba! ..

Clutterfreak

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Mar 19, 2022, 2:16:29 PMMar 19
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On 3/15/2022 1:39 AM, Clutterfreak wrote:
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What is Russia doing? :) Do you know that? Hehe :-) Russia is kicking
USA's global hegemony into pieces, 'did you know that?' :-) Hehe :) Do
you know how the MH got rid of Russian Empire? :-) Yes MH can manipulate
CH to sufficient extents; just give them the reasons.

Read my blog titled "Your Analytics Compartments" to find out more.

Looks like this kick-ass began on Feb 4th though, not Feb 22nd! Read the
new design Russia and China came up with for the world on that momentous
day. It says it all.

https://www.airuniversity.af.edu/Portals/10/CASI/documents/Translations/2021-12-22%20China's%20Diplomacy%20in%202021.pdf

Clutterfreak

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Mar 19, 2022, 2:21:03 PMMar 19
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On 3/19/2022 1:16 PM, Clutterfreak wrote:
> On 3/15/2022 1:39 AM, Clutterfreak wrote:
>>
>
>
>
>
> What is Russia doing? :) Do you know that? Hehe :-) Russia is kicking
> USA's global hegemony into pieces, 'did you know that?' :-) Hehe :) Do
> you know how the MH got rid of Russian Empire? :-) Yes MH can manipulate
> CH to sufficient extents; just give them the reasons.
>
> Read my blog titled "Your Analytics Compartments" to find out more.
>
> Looks like this kick-ass began on Feb 4th though, not Feb 22nd! Read the
> new design Russia and China came up with for the world on that momentous
> day. It says it all.
>
> https://www.airuniversity.af.edu/Portals/10/CASI/documents/Translations/2021-12-22%20China's%20Diplomacy%20in%202021.pdf
>
>

Oops. No, that link is last year's and is dated. This year's
documentation is what you need to read. It is at:

https://www.airuniversity.af.edu/Portals/10/CASI/documents/Translations/2022-02-04%20China%20Russia%20joint%20statement%20International%20Relations%20Entering%20a%20New%20Era.pdf

Arindam Banerjee

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Mar 19, 2022, 10:57:47 PMMar 19
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They want to rope India, Brazil and South Africa into their camp.

Clutterfreak

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Mar 21, 2022, 11:59:21 AMMar 21
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Houthis know when to strike :) Hubba Hubba!..

I give it %75 chance Saudis are in it with them together. Even Saudis
are sick of you Americans.

Pay now! Pay more for the time being while things are good.

Andrew Smith

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Mar 21, 2022, 12:46:14 PMMar 21
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On Monday, March 14, 2022 at 11:39:38 PM UTC-7, Clutterfreak wrote:
> On 3/10/2022 9:24 PM, Clutterfreak wrote:
> > On 3/10/2022 2:13 PM, Clutterfreak wrote:
> >>
> >> Again!
> >>
> >> https://twitter.com/i/status/1501216632730968064
> >>
> >
> > Here's a quick synopsis.
> >
> > https://twitter.com/i/status/1501973483584049191
> >
> >
> >
> Did you count the days between Israel's killing of two Iranian soldiers
> (in Syria) and Iran's response? :-)
>
> Just one week!

Wow, that a lightning response isn't it - an entire week.

> In one week, Iranians decided who to kill (12 Israelis working in
> Irbil's airport - three of them Mossad employees - Kurds say 9 dead, not
> 12), decided on the location of launch (Tabriz), moved and assembled the
> missiles, and fired 14 of them straight into targets (Kurds say 12 were
> launched)!

https://www.voanews.com/a/iraqis-widely-condemn-iran-missile-attack-on-irbil/6483273.html

'WASHINGTON —
Iran’s ballistic missile strike on the northern city of Irbil, which damaged some residential structures but caused no casualties, has been criticized by leaders from across Iraq’s political spectrum.

Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) claimed credit for the late-night strike in which 12 ballistic missiles were fired against an alleged Israeli “strategic center of conspiracy” in the Kurdish city, according to a statement.

Muqtada al-Sadr, the influential Shiite cleric whose political party won majority seats in Iraq’s most recent parliamentary elections, issued a statement calling on the government to “submit a protest note to the United Nations and the Iranian ambassador asking for guarantees that [such an attack] will not be repeated in the future.”

Analysts say Sadr’s relatively strong reaction, which went beyond a mere condemnation, indicates Iran’s waning popularity in the oil-rich country, where Iran-backed political parties have lost ground in the recent parliamentary elections.'

The U.S. embassy in Baghdad also condemned the missile attack, calling it a “criminal” act for which Iran must be held accountable.

“The United States condemns the criminal attack on civilian targets in Erbil,” said the embassy in a statement.

> Hubba hubba indeed :-)

https://www.cmu.edu/ips/research/ips-journal/ips-journal-online/jps-issue-1_7_guerraa.pdf


Clutterfreak

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Mar 23, 2022, 12:57:28 PMMar 23
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Fucking Americans can't even spell the name of what they're going to
"French kiss" in the future. Starting from Alaska! :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nArG6hXl6M8

Clutterfreak

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Mar 23, 2022, 1:12:24 PMMar 23
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On 3/23/2022 11:57 AM, Clutterfreak wrote:
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>
> Fucking Americans can't even spell the name of what they're going to
> "French kiss" in the future. Starting from Alaska! :)
>
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nArG6hXl6M8
>


Read the first comment in there :) It may be the exact case. Azov
regiment is nothing other than what the SS was. They're trapped right
now in Mariupol. And I bet this "present" is just for them!

Do you know that you have become fascists? :-) I'm speaking to you
Americans :) Do you think that _you_ defeated fascism last time around?

Clutterfreak

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Mar 23, 2022, 1:43:30 PMMar 23
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On 3/23/2022 12:12 PM, Clutterfreak wrote:
> On 3/23/2022 11:57 AM, Clutterfreak wrote:
>>
>>
>> Fucking Americans can't even spell the name of what they're going to
>> "French kiss" in the future. Starting from Alaska! :)
>>
>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nArG6hXl6M8
>>
>
>
> Read the first comment in there :) It may be the exact case. Azov
> regiment is nothing other than what the SS was. They're trapped right
> now in Mariupol. And I bet this "present" is just for them!
>
> Do you know that you have become fascists? :-) I'm speaking to you
> Americans :) Do you think that _you_ defeated fascism last time around?
>
>
>


Too bad there are still a lot of civilians in Mariupol. Ukrainians
prevent them from fleeing so Russians wouldn't resort to H-bomb to wipe
their SS asses off Mariupol.

Each Iskandar or caliber NK missile can carry H-bomb. Tens and tens of
them are being launched right now. If it was not for the civilians I bet
Russians would cut the bullshit and use a few H-bombs on those Nazis!

A "Nazi" is created to be H-bombed. Remember that! MH created these
weapons for you fascists. You're the ones who're going to eat them. If
you're smart enough you wouldn't give the MH the excuse. But be dumb as
you have been since 2016 and soon you'll find out who does what to you
motherfuckers.

Arindam Banerjee

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Mar 23, 2022, 11:10:16 PMMar 23
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> A "Nazi" is created to be H-bombed. Remember that! MH created these
> weapons for you fascists. You're the ones who're going to eat them. If
> you're smart enough you wouldn't give the MH the excuse. But be dumb as
> you have been since 2016 and soon you'll find out who does what to you
> motherfuckers.

Cockroaches will rule, after all the Jew-Nazi-Tsar business.
A Jew commanding Nazis is a tad strange.
Wonders will never cease.
What strange things happen, when absurd lies are taken for the holiest truths!

Clutterfreak

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Mar 24, 2022, 2:32:49 PMMar 24
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Russia has its own hardcore Nazis of course (people following Navalny)
but they're under control. Time must've not come yet to hang them in
short notice. His followers are running around rather freely and even go
into neighboring countries of Russia where Neo Nazism has developed
strong roots, including in Ukraine. They're mostly in journalism because
Nazism itself is directly responsive to its manipulations and feeds on it.

So it is still "good times" for Russian Nazis. It depends on how the MH
wants the matter be handled.

Nazis of different countries behave differently. But the principles
among them are shared. The principle of "anyone other than my own tribe"
has little or no rights as a human. When you get to that stage, like you
Americans right now have (since Carter really), you become Nazis in
principle. The rest will take its own predictable course.

I think the course reached Feb 4, 2022 Russia-China set goals, then
began moving forward in earnest on Feb 22nd last month. Play is over for
Nazis, in any shape or form you may come.

Arindam Banerjee

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Mar 24, 2022, 6:41:01 PMMar 24
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Matter of semantics, I think. Nazi means National Socialism, and that is a secular concept. What you describe as a Nazi is something entirely different, a rabid sectarian.

Clutterfreak

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Mar 25, 2022, 6:41:16 PMMar 25
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Houthis are at it again :-) I bet Saudis are involved in it. Anyone who
sells oil.

Juicing you American dimwits is an old tradition. Remember Gold Rush? I
know you work most of your Saturdays, but work your Sundays as well :)
Then at the end of THAT shift, tell each other "Have a nice weekend, see
you Monday." :-)))

Clutterfreak

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Mar 31, 2022, 11:34:51 PMMar 31
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So this payment in ruble thing. Is Russia learning at last? Hehe :-)

No, not so fast.

I think by the very fact that they waited till sanctions were imposed,
and only then started resenting the yoke of Dollars pressing down on
their shoulders, they are not learning the lesson even now. They're just
reacting to it. Reacting to a problem is not the same as solving it.

Russians are CH like Europeans and most Americans after all.

Which of the functions of the ACOB in the MH is lacking here in
Russians? :-) That's a mighty question for those who took time to
carefully read my blog on ACOB and found it so revealing and useful.

The answer is that the missing function is precisely the function of
DWP. Dealing With Predator. It is such a fundamental feature of the MH.

Ok, Russia is now confronted with consequences of its lack of DWP
considerations prior to acting like the MH in regards to Ukraine. They
miss those good times now where they could do much more and better about
it and yet they didn't! CH is too sloppy about DWP. I have given most of
the reasons behind this in that same blog.

And if you ask me, Russians will make this same mistake again in the
future when they begin to forget that DWP is due all the time, not just
in reaction to what other CH do to them. It is China and India, not
Russia, that will do something substantial about it later.

Russia _needs_ the MH to guide them, use them, and get them to do what's
been due for a few decades now.

Those who are well versed in Iranian history know that in 1951 Soviets
took sides with the Americans and Britain when the latter placed
sanctions on sale of Iranian oil when Iran nationalized its oil industry.

For any CH power, directly for lack of DWP, other CH powers seem
comfortably workable entities that they should stick to and live happily
ever after. Problem is, then wars between them becomes inevitable :) One
after another. Over and over again.

You may think at least in periods in between such wars they experience
comfort and more importantly happiness. Wrong! Look at European
countries now. Putin today referred to them as nations subservient to
their "overseas master and overlord."

Being someone's "bitch" denies you the happiness. But CH is used to
being unhappy. In fact that's the only way they have known life :-)
They're "unhappy" creatures.

And I explained that one also in that same blog.

Clutterfreak

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Apr 4, 2022, 6:26:31 PMApr 4
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On 3/31/2022 10:34 PM, Clutterfreak wrote:
> And if you ask me, Russians will make this same mistake again in the
> future when they begin to forget that DWP is due all the time,

"..There’s nothing set in concrete here, but in the current situation.."
says Russians' spokesman. CH as ever.

For the MH, DWP is set in concrete!

Clutterfreak

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Apr 5, 2022, 2:05:16 PMApr 5
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I like the way Chechens grab that Nazi's little head from behind and
shake his head like it is a cantaloupe :-))) Hehe :)

https://t.me/intelslava/24305

Made my day..

Clutterfreak

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Apr 5, 2022, 6:05:23 PMApr 5
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On 4/5/2022 1:05 PM, Clutterfreak wrote:
> I like the way Chechens grab that Nazi's little head from behind and
> shake his head like it is a cantaloupe :-))) Hehe :)
>
> https://t.me/intelslava/24305
>
> Made my day..
>
>
>


Chechens are busting some Nazi ass in Mariupol :)

https://t.me/RKadyrov_95/1792
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Andrew Smith

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Apr 5, 2022, 7:56:55 PMApr 5
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On Tuesday, April 5, 2022 at 11:05:16 AM UTC-7, Clutterfreak wrote:
> I like the way Chechens grab that Nazi's little head from behind and
> shake his head like it is a cantaloupe :-))) Hehe :)
>
> https://t.me/intelslava/243O5

The Muslims were allies of the Nazis in WW2, as were the Soviets (when they had the freedom to choose), so if that poor guy was a Nazi, they'd be kissing his ass.

> Made my day..

Yes, it's clear that suffering gets you off because you are a depraved sack of sh1t.


Clutterfreak

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Apr 5, 2022, 8:07:04 PMApr 5
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On 4/5/2022 5:05 PM, Clutterfreak wrote:
> On 4/5/2022 1:05 PM, Clutterfreak wrote:
>> I like the way Chechens grab that Nazi's little head from behind and
>> shake his head like it is a cantaloupe :-))) Hehe :)
>>
>> https://t.me/intelslava/24305
>>
>> Made my day..
>>
>>
>>
>
>
> Chechens are busting some Nazi ass in Mariupol :)
>
> https://t.me/RKadyrov_95/1792
>


Ever wondered what the process of "de-nazification" is? :) Nazis know
it, but non-Nazis need to get educated on it. Here is what some ex-Nazis
who got de-nazificated look like:

https://t.me/intelslava/24396

As you see, the process is somewhat different from "liquidating" a Nazi.
Liquidation involves destroying the entire structure on top of Nazis
hiding inside, or shooting their aircraft down, or H-bombing their
entire fucking town. It isn't directly aimed at the Nazi.

"De-Nazification" on the other hand is a personal process :) Attempt is
made to reach the precious Nazi himself, and only then he is set on
fire! Usually with a flame-thrower. Now you know what is what about
Nazis :-)
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Archimedes Plutonium

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Apr 6, 2022, 2:48:42 AMApr 6
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Shooting down Putin's plane makes the entire Earth a much safer place.

Jen Psaki, please don't sanction Russian airplanes, give us a chance to shoot Putin's plane out of the sky.

Not sure: labeling Putin as a war criminal diminishes the chances of shooting down his plane// Science Council Rules Earth.


On Tuesday, April 5, 2022 at 5:05:23 PM UTC-5, Clutterfreak wrote:
> On 4/5/2022 1:05 PM, Clutterfreak wrote:
> > I like the way Chechens grab that Nazi's little head from behind and
> > shake his head like it is a cantaloupe :-))) Hehe :)
> >

Not sure: labeling Putin as a war criminal diminishes the chances of shooting down his plane// Science Council Rules Earth.

Heard on TV last night of a expert on War Crimes saying Putin is to be tried as a "War Criminal Aggressor" as the easiest legal crime court.

But the trouble with labeling Putin as war criminal is then, he will just hang around Russia and never get out of Russia. Never fly nor take trains or cars out of Russia. And the chances to shot down his plane and blame it on engine failure, is diminished.

We do not need to see Putin in some court of law docket. We need to see him gone completely, as the insane oaf he is.

Never forget this moment in human history, where one insane oaf has the power to push nuclear war buttons and cause the extinction of not only the human species but the entire life on Earth. Because humanity needs to colonize Europa for our Sun has gone Red Giant phase. We have no time for a petty dictator Putin or Xi wanting to be Alexander the Great. We have to colonize Europa in the next 1,000 years, not clean up after the insane oafs of Putin and Xi.

Clutterfreak

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Apr 6, 2022, 12:04:08 PMApr 6
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On 4/5/2022 7:06 PM, Clutterfreak wrote:
> "De-Nazification" on the other hand is a personal process :) Attempt is
> made to reach the precious Nazi himself, and only then he is set on
> fire! Usually with a flame-thrower. Now you know what is what about
> Nazis :-)


I don't exactly know how far into future, even whether it'll be in your
short term or long term future, but when Nazis and generally the CH here
in USA get "de-Nazificated" like you saw in that clip, I doubt you could
stop your Black people from devouring them in big hurry.. It would be
like you've spread $20 bills all over the ground. If you know the Blacks
like I do, nothing in the world will stop them to quickly get busy!

Crisp on the outside, juicy inside, sweeties. They'll eat your
de-Nazificated remains up like in no time.

Both American Blacks and the American Natives will understand the logic
in that from begin to end. It is already a "principle" for them. How
this world should be.

So enjoy your outlooks motherfuckers. You've become annoying to the MH.

Clutterfreak

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Apr 6, 2022, 12:56:20 PMApr 6
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On 3/24/2022 1:32 PM, Clutterfreak wrote:
> Russia has its own hardcore Nazis of course (people following Navalny)
> but they're under control. Time must've not come yet to hang them in
> short notice.


Or could be that it has just started. Russia's top "legal" Nazi leader
just died by "Covid" :)

He was the one who recently invited American Nazis and CH to immigrate
into Russian Siberia to live among CH rather than among Blacks and
Hispanics and American Indians in USA.

I think sometime in the future you'll see mass emigration out to
Siberia. You will be among the CH like yourselves in there. Problem is,
you'll be a heck of a lot closer to Iran :-) We won't let that slip our
minds.

Clutterfreak

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Apr 6, 2022, 1:09:47 PMApr 6
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On 4/6/2022 11:56 AM, Clutterfreak wrote:
> On 3/24/2022 1:32 PM, Clutterfreak wrote:
>> Russia has its own hardcore Nazis of course (people following Navalny)
>> but they're under control. Time must've not come yet to hang them in
>> short notice.
>
>
> Or could be that it has just started. Russia's top "legal" Nazi leader
> just died by "Covid" :)
>
> He was the one who recently invited American Nazis and CH to immigrate
> into Russian Siberia to live among CH rather than among Blacks and
> Hispanics and American Indians in USA.
>
> I think sometime in the future you'll see mass emigration out to
> Siberia. You will be among the CH like yourselves in there. Problem is,
> you'll be a heck of a lot closer to Iran :-) We won't let that slip our
> minds.
>
>
>


See, oceans are nasty big things to overcome. It has protected your
asses so far. And you've become rude to the MH as a result. Plan is of
course to push you out from inside. Hispanics, baby, Hispanics :-)
Blacks are just a small helping hand. They don't matter. Just part of
politics to lead you there where you should be.

Your asses reside outside USA anywhere in Asia or Europe or Africa, then
you'll begin to sense the presence of Iran. I think Iran will make
visits. Not India, and not China. The latter two would only like to sit
and watch you get it.

Pack yourselves too tight in Australia and/or Britain or New Zealand?
You'll make it easier and faster.. Less costly for sure.

Clutterfreak

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Apr 6, 2022, 1:54:54 PMApr 6
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Do you even know why you were defeated in Afghanestan? A few top brass
among you do, but you? You dimwits don't know. It was because you were
fighting Iran.

Do you even know why you were defeated in Vietnam? A few remaining old
fart brass among you know if their minds still work, but you? You
dimwits don't know that. It was because you were fighting China.

Do you even know why you are still in Iraq and Syria? :-) Not even your
brass knows that! It is because Iran wants enough of your asses close by
just in case. It is like the role Israel plays for Iran. A dual function.

That area, present "Israel", has always been Iran's playground.

Iran benefits from your presence, and yet they'll bust your asses when
needed. It is truly curious that the number of fully ready nukes Iran
maintains has roughly equaled the number of American bases around Iran
since late 1990s. Very telling. Assuring too.

I don't know how many other nukes Iran has hidden in Pakestan's
inventories, Turkey's, and even Israel's. It'll take longer, but those
will get deployed as well if it becomes necessary. There's enough for a
heck of a lot of targets, including right in the heart of Britain. And
this is just Iran. India, China, even Russia, those have their own plans
with you bastard motherfuckers.

It is only the planet Earth, sweetie CH. You have nowhere else to go!
And you've been too dumb for your own sake. Well, welcome to it.

Clutterfreak

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Apr 6, 2022, 3:05:51 PMApr 6
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By following where evacuations of civilians are right now taking place
one can get a picture of where Ukraine's final form of eastern borders
will be after this "war" is over.

I think Russia will annex all areas to the east of Dnieper! Ukraine will
be what's on Dnieper's west side, with the river forming the borders
with Russia. Remember when I said this :)

Yes Kiev will divide in two. The Russian "Kiev" on east of the river and
the Ukrainian "Kyiv" on the west.

Ukraine is just the beginning. NATO is a ghost, nothing more, and Russia
has called their bluffs.

So easy to find an excuse to get into those areas of dimwit savages in
Estonia/Latvia/Lithuania yet another time. These Neanderthal savages
committed the worst crimes of the previous century. Auschwitz that
happened later (in Poland) doesn't even come close.. Neighbors burned
neighbors' houses as soon as security began to fail. They killed each
other in the most savage ways you can imagine. Pure CH. They're just
sitting ducks for Russia to invade and step on.

Just today they were announcing that they want to close borders with
Russia, essentially cutting off the little part of Russia that resides
between Poland and Lithuania from Russia's mainland. This stupidity
alone is sufficient to go ahead and invade them.

After these savage little "countries" comes of course Poland! Poland is
where the most horrible concentration camps could be supported and run
in WWII. The people there wanted them more than the Germans themselves.

And Poland is rude. Made rude by USA promising support. Hah. We'll see
how Poland will be dealt with. Right now it's a far shot. But those
little savages higher up in those 3 little "countries"? Today Russia
told them "not to play with fire!" Hehe :)

I thought bringing down "West" was going to take place via Israel and
Israel alone. I even said this over and over 30 years ago right here.
But Israel has developed a habit of enjoying the byproducts of their
control over Americans' affairs. They are "Jews" you know, you have them
print Dollars for themselves and they get happy and forgetful.

So now the rest of MH humanity is stepping in. Israel will of course be
of use when needed.

Clutterfreak

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Ukrainian military is envious of civilians who're trying to leave cities
to the point that they're directly targeting them with missiles! Hehe :)

With civilians gone, the Ukrainian military left behind is doomed.

Don't be someone, people, an organization, a system, a government, an
arrangement, whom the MH wants gone. You'll do it. You will go away.
There is not a single other choice for you left in this world! It is
just you and the MH, and the fish in the oceans. What's there for you to
do about it?

Come back here a few years from now and read the above paragraph again
:) Stupidity, on _this_ planet, costs you your being on this planet.

Archimedes Plutonium

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Clutterfreak says Peking targeting Moscow

On Friday, April 8, 2022 at 11:23:39 AM UTC-5, Clutterfreak wrote:
> to the point that they're directly targeting them with missiles! Hehe :)
>

China's Xi thinks that when Putin pushes nuclear button that all 5977 Russian missiles will hit the West and none of those 5977 will land on Beijing. Putin is a lawyer, Xi is a chemical engineer, and is Xi a patsy when it comes to logistics?

But what if Xi realized that half of those 5977 are targeting China. Would Xi act and behave differently????
I need some kind of numbers data on number missiles present in the world today.

--- quoting BBC ---
Experts estimate around 1,500 Russian warheads are currently "deployed", meaning sited at missile and bomber bases or on submarines at sea.
How does this compare with other countries?
Nine countries have nuclear weapons: China, France, India, Israel, North Korea, Pakistan, Russia, the US and the UK.


Russia 5,977

NATO 5,943, US 5,428, France 290, UK 225

China 350

Pakistan 165

India 160

Israel 90

North Korea 20

Source-- Federation of American Scientists

*** How many of the India and Pakistan nuclear missiles are targeted at Peking for its Uyghur genocide? Perhaps all 165+160 are aimed at Chinese cities.

Archimedes Plutonium

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Texas A&M spammer Clutterfreak says McGinn spam is funded by CERN, Harry Cliff with his fake electron as 0.5MeV

On Tuesday, April 13, 2021 at 8:39:52 PM UTC-5, Clutterfreak wrote:
> 78% increase in one week. Holly fucking shit. People are throwing
> their money in it round the clock.

McGinn spamming sci.physics PeterHiggs,Sheldon Glashow fake electron CERN's Harry Cliff, Mitesh Patel, Gino Isidori, Gudrun Hiller, Frank Kruger, Paula Alvarez Cartelle, Ben Allanach, physics dolts with no logical brain to be in physics. Too stupid to ever ask the question, which is the atom's true electron? The muon stuck inside a 840MeV proton torus doing the Faraday law or the 0.5MeV particle that AP says is Dirac's magnetic monopole? When you have Harry Cliff absent of logical intelligence you just have more of the same b.s. of henpecking a monterously dumb theory of Standard Model that only quacks like Harry Cliff follow and chip away around the edges with their mindless "new force" and their mindless Standard Model with mindless quarks. They should have named Quarks that of quacks.

That was quick-- I asked how to Google search for those bright red Logo pictures (my favorite eye catchers), and here Google delivers one for me.

> 4 But all physicists today are a bag of nattering nutters who never even learned what the hell is angular momentum because the idiot Harry Cliff and others still think that a 0.5MeV particle traveling at 99% speed of light will stay together outside a proton of 938MeV and not fly off in a hydrogen atom. I mean Harry Cliff must have been borne 300 years ago with his understanding of physics. All physicists today have a 10 cent worth of understanding of what is angular momentum.
> 5 2- Kibo Parry Moron tirade on fake science news of NEW SCIENTIST 15Jan2022 of antiphysics Harry Cliff with his bozo nonsense of Standard Model with new force. Harry Cliff was borne yesterday in physics...
> > > >
> > > > Kibo Parry Moron, is Harry Cliff as stupid as you with your 938 is 12% short of 945????
> > > > On Saturday, January 22, 2022 at 1:37:22 AM UTC-6, Michael Moroney wrote:
> > > > >"psychoceramic"
> > > >
> 6 > AP writes: yes Kibo Parry Moron, it is about time that failed physicists like Harry Cliff begin to ask the question, can you have a 0.5MeV particle flying at 99% speed of light outside a 938MeV proton and still stay together as a hydrogen atom. Or is there absolutely no brains left in the mind of Harry Cliff.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > >flunked the math test of a lifetime-generation test
> > > > >of Math and of Physics "Drag Queen of Science"
> > > > > blathered:
> > > >
> 7 > AP writes: yes Kibo Parry Moron, for Harry Cliff is of a generation of physicists that never had to take logic while at University to learn how to think clear and think straight, for physics education has become that of total memorization of a foolish idiot physics professor, the nonsense that comes out of his mouth like Peter Higgs or Sheldon Glashow.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > >
> > > > > their respective University student newspaper
> > > >
> 8> > AP writes yes, Kibo Parry Moron it is about time that a moron like Harry Cliff see the light of day in physics, that the real true electron of atoms is the Muon at 105MeV versus the proton at 840MeV where the numbers allow for angular momentum, but better yet, that muon is not on the outside of the proton but inside the proton 8 ring torus doing the Faraday Law.
> > > >
> > > > On Wednesday, December 6, 2017 at 12:30:22 AM UTC-6, Michael Moroney wrote:
> > > > > Silly boy, that's off by more than 12.6 MeV, or 12% of the mass of a muon.
> > > > > Hardly "exactly" 9 muons.
> > > > Wednesday, December 6, 2017 at 9:52:21 AM UTC-6, Michael Moroney wrote:
> > > > > Or, 938.2720813/105.6583745 = 8.88024338572. A proton is about the mass
> > > > > of 8.88 muons, not 9. About 12% short.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > Re: 1-Did Kibo-Parry-Maroney fail Rensselaer or was kicked out due to such math failings as percentage-- kibo's 938 is 12% short of 945// and why Rensselaer cannot confirm real proton is 840MeV not 938, the .5MeV particle is Dirac's monopole
> > > > by Roy Masters Sep 13, 2019, 3:24:07 PM
> > > >
> > > > Re: 1.2-Did Kibo-Parry-Maroney fail Rensselaer or was kicked out due to such math failings as percentage-- kibo's 938 is 12% short of 945// and why Rensselaer cannot confirm real proton is 840MeV not 938, the .5MeV particle is Dirac's monopole
> > > > by Patricio J. Whackmember Sep 13, 2019, 5:43:28 PM
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > Re: 1.9-Did Kibo-Parry-Moroney fail Rensselaer due to such math failings as percentage-- kibo's 938 is 12% short of 945// and why Rensselaer cannot confirm real proton=840MeV not 938; .5MeV particle is Dirac's monopole, why Drs.Korniss,Toh-Ming Lu,Martin
> > > > By Dingus Dirtbag McGee Sep 15, 2019, 9:57:15 AM
> > > >
> > > > Re: 2.0-Did Kibo-Parry-Moroney fail Rensselaer due to such math failings as percentage-- kibo's 938 is 12% short of 945// and why Rensselaer cannot confirm real proton is 840MeV not 938; .5MeV particle is Dirac's monopole, why Drs.Michael,Newberg,N'Gom
> > > > By Dingus Dirtbag McGee Sep 15, 2019, 9:56:57 AM
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > Re: 2.1-Did Kibo-Parry-Moroney fail Rensselaer due to such math failings as percentage-- kibo's 938 is 12% short of 945// and why Rensselaer cannot confirm real proton is 840MeV not 938; .5MeV particle is Dirac's monopole, why Drs.Persans,Schroeder,Shur
> > > > By Dingus Dirtbag McGee Sep 15, 2019, 9:56:39 AM
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > Re: 2.2-Did Kibo-Parry-Moroney fail Rensselaer due to math percentage-- kibo's 938 is 12% short of 945// and why Rensselaer cannot confirm real proton=840MeV not 938; .5MeV particle is Dirac's monopole, why Drs.Shawn-Yu Lin,Terrones, Gwo Ching Wang
> > > > By Dingus Dirtbag McGee Sep 15, 2019, 9:56:28 AM
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Physics dept
> > > > Vincent Meunier, Ethan Brown, Glenn Ciolek, Julian S. Georg, Joel T. Giedt, Yong Sung Kim, Gyorgy Korniss, Toh-Ming Lu, Charles Martin, Joseph Darryl Michael, Heidi Jo Newberg, Moussa N'Gom, Peter Persans, John Schroeder, Michael Shur, Shawn-Yu Lin, Humberto Terrones, Gwo Ching Wang, Morris A Washington, Esther A. Wertz, Christian M. Wetzel, Ingrid Wilke, Shengbai Zhang
> > > >
> > > > Rensselaer math department
> > > > Donald Schwendeman, Jeffrey Banks, Kristin Bennett, Mohamed Boudjelkha, Joseph Ecker, William Henshaw, Isom Herron, Mark H Holmes, David Isaacson, Elizabeth Kam, Ashwani Kapila, Maya Kiehl, Gregor Kovacic, Peter Kramer, Gina Kucinski, Rongjie Lai, Fengyan Li, Chjan Lim, Yuri V Lvov, Harry McLaughlin, John E. Mitchell, Bruce Piper, David A Schmidt, Daniel Stevenson, Yangyang Xu, Bulent Yener, Donald Drew, William Siegmann
> > > >
> > > > >
> > > > >nobody of science, in the middle of nowhere in an unheated
> > > > > single wide surrounded by diseased cats.
> > > >
> > > > AP writes: Yes, Kibo Parry Moron, CERN is a lost cause with mindless idiots who never learned angular momentum== their 0.5MeV particle at 99% speed of light flying outside the proton-- diseased cats know better than Harry Cliff, Mitesh Patel, Gino Isidori, Gudrun Hiller, Frank Kruger, Paula Alvarez Cartelle, Ben Allanach.
> > > >
> > > > >no authority over
> > > > > anyone, especially any of the greats of science.
> > > > >
> > > >
> > > > AP writes: yes Kibo Parry Moron, the greatest kooks of physics today with their 0.5MeV particle as the atom's electron where AP calls the 0.5MeV particle Dirac's magnetic monopole.
> > > >
> > > > > Why would anyone, they especially, apologize for anything that's not
> > > > > wrong? That's pretty dumb and stoopid, isn't it.
> > > >
> > > > >So apologize to all your students and
> > > > > the world of physics for being a foolish idiot of physics in your
> > > > > physics career.
> > > >
> > > > AP writes: yes Harry Cliff, Peter Higgs, Sheldon Glashow, CERN apologize to the world of physics, that you continue to never ask nor answer the question which is the atom's true electron-- the muon or the 0.5MeV particle.
> > > >
> > > > > Nobody is going to apologize for not teaching something so insanely
> > > > > wrong. You can't even get the masses right! 950.9253795 is much larger
> > > > > than 938.27208816! You have to use two fudge factors, one using 945 and
> > > > > the second fudge factor is the fudge factor you call "sigma error"!
> > > > >
> > > > > [snip crap]
> > > >
> > > > AP writes: yes, so much of the physics in science magazines is crap written by those with "no logical brain".
> > > >
> 9> 137th published book
> > > >
> > > > Introduction to AP's TEACHING TRUE PHYSICS// Physics textbook series, book 1 Kindle Edition
> > > > by Archimedes Plutonium (Author)
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > #1 New Release in Electromagnetic Theory
> > > >
> > 10> > This will be AP's 137th published book on science. And the number 137 is special to me for it is the number of QED, Quantum Electrodynamics as the inverse fine structure constant. I can always remember 137 as that special constant of physics and so I can remember where Teaching True Physics was started by me.
> > > >
> > > > Time has come for the world to have the authoritative textbooks for all of High School and College education. Written by the leading physics expert of the time. The last such was Feynman in the 1960s with Feynman Lectures on Physics. The time before was Maxwell in 1860s with his books and Encyclopedia Britannica editorship. The time is ripe in 2020 for the new authoritative texts on physics. It will be started in 2020 which is 60 years after Feynman. In the future, I request the physics community updates the premier physics textbook series at least every 30 years. For we can see that pattern of 30 years approximately from Faraday in 1830 to Maxwell in 1860 to Planck and Rutherford in about 1900, to Dirac in 1930 to Feynman in 1960 and finally to AP in 1990 and 2020. So much happens in physics after 30 years, that we need the revisions to take place in a timely manner. But also, as we move to Internet publishing such as Amazon's Kindle, we can see that updates can take place very fast, as editing can be a ongoing monthly or yearly activity. I for one keep constantly updating all my published books, at least I try to.
> > > >
> > > > Feynman was the best to make the last authoritative textbook series for his concentration was QED, Quantum Electrodynamics, the pinnacle peak of physics during the 20th century. Of course the Atom Totality theory took over after 1990 and all of physics; for all sciences are under the Atom Totality theory.
> > > > And as QED was the pinnacle peak before 1990, the new pinnacle peak is the Atom Totality theory. The Atom Totality theory is the advancement of QED, for the Atom Totality theory primal axiom says -- All is Atom, and atoms are nothing but Electricity and Magnetism.
> > > > Length: 64 pages
> > > >
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> > > > ◦ #39 in Electromagnetic Theory
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> > > > ◦ #74 in 90-Minute Science & Math Short Reads
> > > >
> > > > #2-2, 145th published book
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > TEACHING TRUE PHYSICS//Junior High School// Physics textbook series, book 2
> > > > Kindle Edition
> > > > by Archimedes Plutonium (Author)
> > > >
> > > > What I am doing is clearing the field of physics, clearing it of all the silly mistakes and errors and beliefs that clutter up physics. Clearing it of its fraud and fakeries and con-artistry. I thought of doing these textbooks starting with Senior year High School, wherein I myself started learning physics. But because of so much fraud and fakery in physics education, I believe we have to drop down to Junior year High School to make a drastic and dramatic emphasis on fakery and con-artistry that so much pervades science and physics in particular. So that we have two years in High School to learn physics. And discard the nonsense of physics brainwash that Old Physics filled the halls and corridors of education.
> > > >
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> > > > ◦ #42 in Two-Hour Science & Math Short Reads
> > > > ◦ #344 in Physics (Kindle Store)
> > > > ◦ #2,160 in Physics (Books)
> > > >
> > > > #2-3, 146th published book
> > > >
> > 33 > TEACHING TRUE PHYSICS// Senior High School// Physics textbook series, book 3
> > > > Kindle Edition
> > > > by Archimedes Plutonium (Author)
> > > >
> > 67 > I believe that in knowing the history of a science is knowing half of that science. And that if you are amiss of knowing the history behind a science, you have only a partial understanding of the concepts and ideas behind the science. I further believe it is easier to teach a science by teaching its history than any other means of teaching. So for senior year High School, I believe physics history is the best way of teaching physics. And in later years of physics courses, we can always pick up on details. So I devote this senior year High School physics to a history of physics, but only true physics. And there are few books written on the history of physics, so I chose Asimov's The History of Physics, 1966 as the template book for this textbook. Now Asimov's book is full of error and mistakes, and that is disappointing but all of Old Physics is full of error. On errors and mistakes of Old Physics, the best I can do is warn the students, and the largest warning of all is that whenever someone in Old Physics says "electron" what they are talking about is really the Dirac magnetic monopole. And whenever they talk about the Rutherford-Bohr model of the atom, they are talking about huge huge grave mistakes, for the true atom is protons as 8 ringed toruses with a muon stuck inside of a proton doing the Faraday law and producing those magnetic monopoles as electricity. I use Asimov's book as a template but in the future, I hope to rewrite this textbook using no template at all, that is if I have time in the future.
> > > > Cover Picture: Is the book The History of Physics, by Isaac Asimov, 1966 and on top of the book are 4 cut-outs of bent circles representing magnetic monopoles which revolutionizes modern physics, especially the ElectroMagnetic theory.
> > > >
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> > > >
> > > >
> > > > #2-4, 151st published book
> > > >
> > 88 > TEACHING TRUE PHYSICS// 1st year College// Physics textbook series, book 4
> > > > Kindle Edition
> > > > by Archimedes Plutonium (Author)
> > > >
> > > > Preface: This is AP's 151st book of science published. It is one of my most important books of science because 1st year college physics is so impressionable on students, if they should continue with physics, or look elsewhere for a career. And also, physics is a crossroad to all the other hard core sciences, where physics course is mandatory such as in chemistry or even biology. I have endeavored to make physics 1st year college to be as easy and simple to learn. In this endeavor to make physics super easy, I have made the writing such that you will see core ideas in all capital letters as single sentences as a educational tool. And I have made this textbook chapter writing follow a logical pattern of both algebra and geometry concepts, throughout. The utmost importance of logic in physics needs to be seen and understood. For I have never seen a physics book, prior to this one that is logical. Every Old Physics textbook I have seen is scatter-brained in topics and in writing. I use as template book of Halliday & Resnick because a edition of H&R was one I was taught physics at University of Cincinnati in 1969. And in 1969, I had a choice of majors, do I major in geology, or mathematics, or in physics, for I will graduate from UC in 1972. For me, geology was too easy, but physics was too tough, so I ended up majoring in mathematics. If I had been taught in 1969 using this textbook that I have written, I would have ended up majoring in physics, my first love. For physics is not hard, not hard at all, once you clear out the mistakes and the obnoxious worthless mathematics that clutters up Old Physics, and the illogic that smothers much of Old Physics.
> > > >
> > > > Maybe it was good that I had those impressions of physics education of poor education, which still exists throughout physics today. Because maybe I am forced to write this book, because of that awful experience of learning physics in 1969. Without that awful experience, maybe this textbook would have never been written by me.
> > > >
> > > > Cover picture is the template book of Halliday & Resnick, 1988, 3rd edition Fundamentals of Physics and sitting on top are cut outs of "half bent circles, bent at 90 degrees" to imitate magnetic monopoles. Magnetic Monopoles revolutionizes physics education, and separates-out, what is Old Physics from what is New Physics.
> > > >
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> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > #2-9, 161st published book
> > > >
> > 89 > PHYSICSOPEDIA -- List of 133 fakes and mistakes of Old Physics// Student teaches professor Kindle Edition
> > > > by Archimedes Plutonium (Author)
> > > >
> > > > Preface:
> > > > A Physicsopedia is a book of the overall assessment and evaluation of the state of the art of Physics. It is like a report card. It is a total view of the science and a judgement of the science, both of the past, present and the direction forward into the future. Its greatest use is to alert readers and people in science of what is wrong with their subject, and as a ancillary use, to alert students what to avoid in college as a waste of time.
> > > > It is not in alphabetical order but mostly, rather, has a ordering of what is most important at the start and only at the very very end. For there is no index.
> > > > Physics is the most important hard science for every other science is a specialized part of physics. And Old Physics has three key huge mistakes that this book addresses. The true theory of the Universe is the Atom Totality, not the Big Bang which is a ridiculous theory. The true electron of atoms is not the particle of 0.5MeV which turns out to be Dirac's magnetic monopole, while the true real electron of atoms is the muon of 105MeV which is stuck inside a proton torus of 8 rings of 840MeV. This causes another huge mistake, for a mistake in physics usually has a cascade effect of more and more mistakes. When we take the true electron of atoms is the muon, means the Sun and stars shine not from fusion, but from that muon thrusting through the proton torus in a Faraday law of electricity and magnetism producing electrical energy. So our Sun shines from the Faraday law, not fusion. And this implies the Sun has gone into Red Giant phase with a solar radiation increase of 0.005% yearly increase. That implies all life on Earth is in danger of going extinct as the Sun becomes more and more Red Giant, and unless humanity moves out to Europa, humanity goes extinct.
> > > >
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> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > y z
> > > > | /
> > > > | /
> > > > |/______ x
> > > >
> > > > More people reading and viewing AP's newsgroup than viewing sci.math, sci.physics. So AP has decided to put all NEW WORK, to his newsgroup. And there is little wonder because in AP's newsgroups, there is only solid pure science going on, not a gang of hate spewing misfits blighting the skies.
> > > >
> > > > In sci.math, sci.physics there is only stalking hate spew along with Police Drag Net Spam of no value and other than hate spew there is Police drag net spam day and night.
> > > >
> > > > I re-opened the old newsgroup PAU of 1990s and there one can read my recent posts without the hassle of stalkers and spammers, Police Drag Net Spam that floods each and every day, book and solution manual spammers, off-topic-misfits, front-page-hogs, churning imbeciles, stalking mockers, suppression-bullies, and demonizers. And the taxpayer funded hate spew stalkers who ad hominem you day and night on every one of your posts.
> > > >
> > > > There is no discussion of science in sci.math or sci.physics, just one long line of hate spewing stalkers followed up with Police Drag Net Spam (easy to spot-- very offtopic-- with hate charged content). And countries using sci.physics & sci.math as propaganda platforms, such as tampering in elections with their mind-rot.
> > > >
> > > > Read my recent posts in peace and quiet.
> >94 > https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=en#!forum/plutonium-atom-universe
> > > > Archimedes Plutonium

Clutterfreak

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On 4/8/2022 11:23 AM, Clutterfreak wrote:
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>
>
> Ukrainian military is envious of civilians who're trying to leave cities
> to the point that they're directly targeting them with missiles! Hehe :)
>
> With civilians gone, the Ukrainian military left behind is doomed.
>
> Don't be someone, people, an organization, a system, a government, an
> arrangement, whom the MH wants gone. You'll do it. You will go away.
> There is not a single other choice for you left in this world! It is
> just you and the MH, and the fish in the oceans. What's there for you to
> do about it?
>
> Come back here a few years from now and read the above paragraph again
> :) Stupidity, on _this_ planet, costs you your being on this planet.
>


Now Russians are saying it openly :) As I had guessed, this thing began
on February 4th, not Feb 22nd. And this is not just Russia, cuties.

https://www.rt.com/russia/553674-lavrov-military-operation-us-dominance/

Clutterfreak

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> On 4/8/2022 11:23 AM, Clutterfreak wrote:
>>
>>
>>
>> Ukrainian military is envious of civilians who're trying to leave
>> cities to the point that they're directly targeting them with
>> missiles! Hehe :)
>>
>> With civilians gone, the Ukrainian military left behind is doomed.
>>
>> Don't be someone, people, an organization, a system, a government, an
>> arrangement, whom the MH wants gone. You'll do it. You will go away.
>> There is not a single other choice for you left in this world! It is
>> just you and the MH, and the fish in the oceans. What's there for you
>> to do about it?
>>
>> Come back here a few years from now and read the above paragraph again
>> :) Stupidity, on _this_ planet, costs you your being on this planet.
>>
>
>
> Now Russians are saying it openly :) As I had guessed, this thing began
> on February 4th, not Feb 22nd. And this is not just Russia, cuties.
>
> https://www.rt.com/russia/553674-lavrov-military-operation-us-dominance/
>


When I look at Americans intentions, I can't think of a greater enemy of
Ukranians. It is obvious to me that Ukranians are the last people on
earth Americans are worried about. They're indeed being thrown under the
bus by Americans, their country is getting leveled, and all USA and
Europe is doing is to intensify it more and more and more.

That's cause for Americans and many European countries Ukrainians are no
different from Russians; they want the latter two kill each other. They
think in this way their problems will diminish.

But they're missing the big picture, as usual.

What they miss is of course the fact that the driving force in this is
the MH, not Russians! Europe and USA, both, will be damn lucky indeed if
they get defeated by Russia! Because if Russia fails, ... do you know
what follows?? You'll begin to see the MH coming to you this time. And
in that war, mind you, you will lose.

Just pray that Russia manages to put a lid on you suckers. That'll be
good enough for you, believe me.

How many times have I said it here. You're on borrowed time. Don't make
your demise earlier than necessary. There's still room for you to go
away naturally. You'll enjoy a few decades more this way.

Clutterfreak

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There was a curious piece of news out today. State Department, today,
placed a $5 million bounty out for an Irish father and two sons trio who
live in one of those Arab little "countries" in Southern borders of
Persian Gulf!... That "crime family", the news said, are involved in
drug trafficking and money laundering.

Looks fishy :)

On whose "business" did they suddenly encroach that they had not in the
past?

Ukraine's? Biden family's?


Hehe :) What else is so new these days!

Clutterfreak

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On 3/15/2022 1:39 AM, Clutterfreak wrote:
> And another one was of course when Americans killed the ex-chief of IRGC
> and then stayed silent on Iran's retaliation: losing more than a hundred
> of the brightest scientists and engineers who were heading from Iran to
> Canada (and on to USA). These brains were assembled into same flight
> then shot down as soon as flight took off. But don't worry, USA instead
> of those scientists imported the same number of cannibals from Africa to
> work for Amazon. So good for you Americans. Deserves you right.


Trump must've received a very candid visit from director or directors of
science in USA.

I can only imagine a visit from, say, NSF director of the time (Jan 13,
2020) to White House, cursing Trump's pants off and belittling that
infantile man right there in front of other morons present, essentially
telling him directly in his face that he will be prevented from staying
in office the second term.

I think this or a similar meeting or meetings took place, based on
Trump's infantile response, indeed, to results of the election :-) He
must've been told way before the elections, that this will be the case!

Hehe :)

I give the timing for such a visit just a couple of days after that
fateful day of January 13th of 2020 when the aircraft carrying more than
100 of best Iranian brains and scientists who had planned to later reach
USA via Canada was shot down a few minutes after taking off. That's when
the passengers were identified and American intelligence institutes'
jaws dropped.

But as I've said over and over, no harms done to you :-) You as a nation
didn't deserve absorbing such brains anyway. What you _really_ preferred
was what you really got. You absorbed a few hundred cannibals from
central Africa instead. And they're all working for Amazon of course :-)

There were more than 180 passengers in that plane total, heading for
Ukraine I think. That was their first stop. So some 80 people there from
various countries around the world ended up as mere collateral damage
for your lovely infantile Trump. Their relatives must've _understood_
that fact. Cause Iranians didn't hear from them. So guess who
compensated them :)

You!

Clutterfreak

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Apr 16, 2022, 12:43:52 PMApr 16
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So it could be the case that Soleymani won the row after all. He had on
many occasions spoken directly to Trump in his speeches.

Archimedes Plutonium

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Beijing targeted with 77 of Russia's 5977 nuclear missiles. Kibo, is that not overkill??? Why so many Kibo???
On Saturday, April 16, 2022 at 12:56:23 AM UTC-5, Michael Moroney wrote:
> 77)

James Kibo Parry M. what do you think of Xi compared to Putin?
>"one marble illogical brain"
>flunked the math test of a lifetime-generation test

James Kibo Parry weighing in on Beijing targeted with 77 of Russia's 5977 nuclear missiles. Kibo, is that not overkill???

Clutterfreak

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Apr 18, 2022, 2:55:31 PMApr 18
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Russia seems to be waiting for water temperature to go a bit higher
before pushing the rest of Nazis out into forced swimming :)

Clutterfreak

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Apr 18, 2022, 3:06:02 PMApr 18
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On 4/18/2022 1:55 PM, Clutterfreak wrote:
>
>
> Russia seems to be waiting for water temperature to go a bit higher
> before pushing the rest of Nazis out into forced swimming :)
>
>

Those motherfuckers are still hanging on civilians in Mariupol like
their lives depend on them. Literally of course. At least some of the
Ukrainians should by now have realized that admitting Moslem-killing
Nazis into their military force can impart peculiar aftermaths to them.

Putin was smart to send "Chechens" to deal with them :)

Clutterfreak

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On 4/18/2022 2:05 PM, Clutterfreak wrote:
> On 4/18/2022 1:55 PM, Clutterfreak wrote:
>>
>>
>> Russia seems to be waiting for water temperature to go a bit higher
>> before pushing the rest of Nazis out into forced swimming :)
>>
>>
>
> Those motherfuckers are still hanging on civilians in Mariupol like
> their lives depend on them. Literally of course. At least some of the
> Ukrainians should by now have realized that admitting Moslem-killing
> Nazis into their military force can impart peculiar aftermaths to them.
>
> Putin was smart to send "Chechens" to deal with them :)
>


I think the so-called "Chechens" were the only Moslem part of old Iran
that is presently under Russian administration (since 1828). Any people
to the south of them and still considered part of Russia (again since
1828) are mostly Christians. So Putin's choice fell on these people to
go settle their scores with those southern Ukrainian Nazis. They've been
known to have systematically been killing Moslem refugees trying to
enter that area. Another bunch of similar people in Serbia have been
killing Moslems but their time hasn't arrived yet. But wait for it!

I have no idea how Russians got the name "Chechen" for them, by the way.
Those people and that area before 1828 was for thousands of years part
of Iran and in Persian we've call them (and their lands) "nakhcheh"
because the land there was always covered with plants thickly harboring
"nakhcheh" in and about them. Nakhcheh is the name given to tendrils
and vine with narrow but tough branches that grow upward with the
support of other shrubs or trees. Nakh in Persian means "thread." For
that entire region the plural form of that name is used: "Nakhchevan".
Nakhcheh is the correct name for that ethnic group up there.

"Chechen" is meaningless and I don't know where and when it became their
names! I first heard this word when Russians began fighting people of
Nakhcheh early in 1990s. Never before that.

Clutterfreak

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Apr 20, 2022, 11:39:34 AMApr 20
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Ukranians have begun selling the American weapons that they receive,
instead of using them against Russians :-) They even sell them to
Russians, but the market there is open to anybody in the world.

Hehe :)

Smart move indeed. Stupidity creates opportunities for smart people.
They are taking _any_ currency for them, including rubles!

I think both sides of that conflict have seen this an opportunity to
milk the stupid Americans. I saw a long clip the other day in which
Ukrainian soldiers sold some American war equipment (hidden inside a
personnel carrier) to Russian soldiers! That clip is forbidden to show
on internet, but you could see it on Telegram together with many other
interesting clips that are blocked in other US-controlled media.

Even CNN has a report on Ukranians selling American weapons instead of
using htem.

https://moneycentral.com.ng/markets/article/us-weapons-for-ukraine-disappearing-into-black-hole-cnn/

Clutterfreak

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Apr 20, 2022, 12:12:13 PMApr 20
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On 4/20/2022 10:39 AM, Clutterfreak wrote:
>
> Ukranians have begun selling the American weapons that they receive,
> instead of using them against Russians :-) They even sell them to
> Russians, but the market there is open to anybody in the world.
>
> Hehe :)
>
> Smart move indeed. Stupidity creates opportunities for smart people.
> They are taking _any_ currency for them, including rubles!
>
> I think both sides of that conflict have seen this an opportunity to
> milk the stupid Americans. I saw a long clip the other day in which
> Ukrainian soldiers sold some American war equipment (hidden inside a
> personnel carrier) to Russian soldiers! That clip is forbidden to show
> on internet, but you could see it on Telegram together with many other
> interesting clips that are blocked in other US-controlled media.
>
> Even CNN has a report on Ukranians selling American weapons instead of
> using htem.
>
> https://moneycentral.com.ng/markets/article/us-weapons-for-ukraine-disappearing-into-black-hole-cnn/
>
>
>

Certainly they're not as dumb as Americans assumed them to be. They may
conduct the "war", now, in such a way to exact a lot of money for their
pockets sucked out of selling free American weapons.

Problem is Americans may have provided nukes for them as well. These
stuff will sell extremely well to ISIS and their infinitely rich backers
among Persian Gulf little "countries." They have all the money that
Ukranians can dream. I'm not saying these little countries do not
already have a few (Israel wouldn't open up to them and create peaceful
relationship with them for no reason). But a few more will help of
course cause Saudis are rude to them.

Saudis are directly prevented by USA from acquiring nukes, and those
little countries are sick of Saudi's bullying them. So these nukes, via
Ukraine, will indeed stabilize that region to some extent. Will tame the
Saudis and the US forces in Persian Gulf both :) Americans won't be the
ones deciding whether they should be used!

Iran doesn't need them of course. Taleban doesn't need them (they
already have them, tucked inside Pakestan should it become necessary to
use). I don't think they have the money for it either, at least for now.
Israel doesn't need them. Turkey may add them to their stockpile,
unaccounted for by the Americans (they may even have lent safe space for
some of Iran's).

But this all makes sense _if_ Americans provided Ukranians with nukes as
well. Regardless, that large thick "piece of equipment" hidden inside
that carrier that was sold to Russians looked awfully like a tactical
nuke :) Thick wads of currency was given to them which were examined
against the sunlight to make sure bills were legit. It was way thicker
and larger than the thickest manpad you'd ever seen! So I wonder..

Clutterfreak

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On 4/20/2022 11:12 AM, Clutterfreak wrote:
> Certainly they're not as dumb as Americans assumed them to be.


Remember that some of Soviets' best scientists and industrialists were
Ukrainian. I once read something about them which was amazing. I only
remember Korolev among them right now. The guy who created Soviets'
space industry. The guy behind "Sputnik" and Gagarin etc.

One of the reasons USA got to place a man on the moon earlier than the
Soviets was that Korolev had died late in 1965. The guy who replaced him
turned out to be a league below Korolev as far as management and
resourcefulness was concerned.

And it was not just managing ability that was needed of course. For
instance, the difference between a physicist and an "engineer" isn't
just the amount of knowledge in some particular field. It takes more
than that! Korolev had that, and that guy replacing him didn't. So we
got to see Americans feeling good about themselves placing the first man
on the moon.

Clutterfreak

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Apr 20, 2022, 1:16:49 PMApr 20
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On 4/20/2022 11:12 AM, Clutterfreak wrote:
> Problem is Americans may have provided nukes for them as well. These
> stuff will sell extremely well to ISIS and their infinitely rich backers
> among Persian Gulf little "countries." They have all the money that
> Ukranians can dream.


Is that why the State Department placed that $5 million bounty on the
heads of that Irish family in Dubay? :-))) Hehe :) They may have
purchased a few American nukes from Ukranians for UAE :) Ok, now it
makes sense.

When your "State Department" is forced to act like a police force, you
know damn well somebody outsmarted you to a lot of delicious stuff :)

Clutterfreak

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Apr 20, 2022, 5:33:29 PMApr 20
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On 4/20/2022 10:39 AM, Clutterfreak wrote:
> Even CNN has a report on Ukranians selling American weapons instead of
> using htem.


So that's why Russia hadn't so far aimed at destroying American weapons
shipments as soon as they enter Ukraine. I have followed what both sides
in that war have done and do not know of one incident where Russians
destroyed an American or European shipment into Ukraine. Now that makes
sense.

They are purchasing them perhaps paying third the price or even lower
for them, cause that'd be a lot of money for Ukranians who get them free :)

Hahahah :) Some very interesting matters must've been discussed between
Russians and Ukrainians last time it held.. . But even from the
beginning, from day 1, Russians avoided hitting such shipments!.. Wow..

Hubba Hubba indeed!

Clutterfreak

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Apr 20, 2022, 6:23:22 PMApr 20
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On 4/20/2022 4:33 PM, Clutterfreak wrote:
> On 4/20/2022 10:39 AM, Clutterfreak wrote:
>> Even CNN has a report on Ukranians selling American weapons instead of
>> using htem.
>
>
> So that's why Russia hadn't so far aimed at destroying American weapons
> shipments as soon as they enter Ukraine. I have followed what both sides
> in that war have done and do not know of one incident where Russians
> destroyed an American or European shipment into Ukraine. Now that makes
> sense.
>
> They are purchasing them perhaps paying third the price or even lower
> for them, cause that'd be a lot of money for Ukranians who get them free :)
>
> Hahahah :) Some very interesting matters must've been discussed between
> Russians and Ukrainians last time it held.. . But even from the
> beginning, from day 1, Russians avoided hitting such shipments!.. Wow..
>
> Hubba Hubba indeed!
>
>
>


Is that why Russian forces traveled back north leaving Kiev areas
behind?.. Did they purchase all these American equipment dirt cheap,
then moved them away and out of harms way to sell them to the world at
inflated prices :-) I wonder how much a UAE zillionair would pay for a
nuke.

And note that State Department issued $5 million bounties on that same
day on many Russian related entities around the world also, not just on
that Irish family. So these people I bet are buying them from _Russians_
at full and above the full price, not from the Ukranians who must've
sold them to Russians dirt cheap, but pure profit.

Go to Google news and in search box up there enter "$5 million bounty"
and see how many reports on how many bounties come up that State
Department announced on that same day targeting at least 10 different
entities in relation to Russia :)

Now the picture is getting consistent at last. Ukrainians are crying
wolf, the stupid is sending them free equipment, and these people turn
around and sell them to Russians for little money compared to their
actual price. Russians take them outside Ukraine and sell them to any
body walking the surface of the earth who has the money to pay for them
nicely. ISIS? No problem! UAE? No problem at all! Syrians? Africans?
etc, no problem whatsoever. You can buy them now :) You don't need
anybody's permission _or_ knowledge of it for that matter.

"Can I pay you with Bitcoin?". "Da!" :-)) "Can I pay you with
Dogecoin?". "Da!". "Can I pay you with Rials?". "Da!"

"Can I pay you with Dollars?". "Da, if you insist comrade. They can
trace your dollar and find you. But, Da! We except dollars too comrade."

Clutterfreak

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On 4/20/2022 5:23 PM, Clutterfreak wrote:
> Now the picture is getting consistent at last. Ukrainians are crying
> wolf, the stupid is sending them free equipment, and these people turn
> around and sell them to Russians for little money compared to their
> actual price.


Russian Telegram channels are full of reports of "weapons captured this"
and "weapons captured that" with nice very clear and high resolution
pictures of them, their brand and models, with their containers and
everything. If you ask me, these are all weapons purchased from
Ukranians dirt cheap, not captured; then in Telegram they advertise them
as above for sale to the world.

Arindam Banerjee

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Not a wonder, with incredibly stupid chaps like whodat, moroney, mitch, archie, alsing etc. electing to the top jobs senile old fools with hyaenas in tow, or fat brats, in the once clever USA, what other than incredible stupidity can they manage!

Clutterfreak

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On 4/20/2022 11:29 AM, Clutterfreak wrote:
> One of the reasons USA got to place a man on the moon earlier than the
> Soviets was that Korolev had died late in 1965. The guy who replaced him
> turned out to be a league below Korolev as far as management and
> resourcefulness was concerned.



I just skipped over some stuff and refreshed my memories a bit. Both
NASA's version and Soviets'. I have Leonid Kerber's book but the German
edition of it, which was not exactly what Kerber wrote in Russian back
then (1970s). Even the author's name is different on this!.. Hehe :)
He'd used a pen name. I believe the German edition added stuff behind
the scenes about Ukraine-Russia tensions that played important roles in
Korolev's (and other space scientists) life but could not appear in
press in Soviet Union.

Korolev was one of those who suffered consequences of having typical
Ukrainian animosity towards Russians, to full extent. Many others did
also and some others did not.

Ukraine was not the only area, by the way, whose people had such
anti-Russian atmospheres about them. For instance all the people from
north caucasia down to Iran's present border, after Iran's losing those
areas to Russians (1828), later had stayed anti-Russian deep inside
their hearts. This feeling was felt towards Russians as people, not
against a particular form of their government. It has been there since
Russian Empire and Soviet Union both grew and died.

Remember Lev Landau? He had exact same feelings that Korolev had. Yet he
was essentially an Iranian who was born and raised in Baku, in present
Azerbayjan. That border between Iran's Azerbayjan and the Soviet
Azerbayjan was, and in many ways has always been something only on maps
(it's just a river), during Russian Empire era as well as Soviet era.
They're all the same people as they were before 1828 defeat.

Some months back I gave the link to an occasion where a military
commander of the present Armenian Republic was emphatically singing the
Iranian anthem :) In Persian! That whole area below and above Armenia
has remained Iran and Iranians since 1828. Just naming them differently
doesn't wipe thousands of years of coexistence, trade, cooperation,
government, defense, education, and sentiments prior to it. Same with
this funny name of "Chechen." They're still same Nakhchevan area and
Nakhcheh people.

Stalin was of course fully aware of these sentiments. He was himself of
Iranian origin. But as an extremely good administrator and politician he
wouldn't tolerate such sentiments when threat of Germany was so near.

Korolev was arrested in mid to late 1930s by Soviets just like Landau
got arrested, for anti Russian sentiments. The difference was that
Landau was saved by a Russian top physicist who happened to have a nice
relationship with Stalin (Kapitsa). Korolev didn't have such protector,
not soon enough anyway, and suffered full consequences of it in labor
camps and strange gulags in Siberia. This left quite a heavy toll on his
health, and directly as a result of such physical ailments his health
took a dive after 1960 and eventually led to his death before he could
successfully finish Soviet's manned lunar program.

That's how "Saturn 5" and "Armstrong" became known to the world instead
of some Russian made rocket and a Russian astronaut. NASA itself admits
that!

Clutterfreak

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On 4/21/2022 11:41 AM, Clutterfreak wrote:
> That's how "Saturn 5" and "Armstrong" became known to the world instead
> of some Russian made rocket and a Russian astronaut. NASA itself admits
> that!


Korolev was not known to Soviets and the world, both, as "Korolev."
Stalin had ordered his and many other scientists' names and identities
to be kept secret. United States had begun assassinating Soviet
scientists at least since 1947 (first soviet atomic test). Even Landau's
"accident" in 1962 is suspect. His name could not be kept in secret
because he openly published many of his papers (but not all!) under his
own true name. Kurchatov's death (1960) is also suspect. And many others
in various times since 1947.

Only after Korolev died, both Russians and the world was given his true
identity and shown who he was and what he had done before. Also his
ranks in government were disclosed only after his death.

Clutterfreak

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On 4/18/2022 1:55 PM, Clutterfreak wrote:
>
>
> Russia seems to be waiting for water temperature to go a bit higher
> before pushing the rest of Nazis out into forced swimming :)
>
>


Nazis are reduced to the structure below ground level under the steel
industry in Mariupol :) They don't seem to be coming out right now. They
say about 2000 are left down there.

Putin has ordered area surrounded to prevent them escape, and then after
that, just wait :-)

Either the 2000 will find a way to "fish" from underground (not that
impossible of course) or they'll tuck their tails between their legs and
group by group will surrender, about 30 days after they run out of food.
Water should not be a problem, rain water will find its way somewhere
over that vast area to reach the residents down below.

https://i.redd.it/kzramd2aqiu81.jpg

Clutterfreak

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On 4/21/2022 4:26 PM, Clutterfreak wrote:
> Either the 2000 will find a way to "fish" from underground (not that
> impossible of course)


But they may all get drowned after their first fishing attempt :-) Which
is kind of funny to imagine :-) Hahahahhah :)

Clutterfreak

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Romanians said today they are "focused on ways to diversify routes for
Ukrainian exports." :)

Hubba Hubba! :)

Whatever happened to their routes westward? Hehe :)

Just what is it that cannot go that way? Hahhah :)

Nukes? Other military equipment? Stuff they received via same "routes"
just a week earlier? :-) Tell me, why such "exports" cannot get out of
Ukraine in a westward direction :)

It can't be the outcome of anything other than two scenarios. Either
Russians don't pay enough for them, or, they've also got stuff for sale
that Russians do not think advisable to purchase and sell themselves in
return, or to keep them for themselves.

So Ukraine now wants to sell them themselves rather than via Russians.

This points to Turkey of course. Not necessarily the end customer but a
facilitator which benefits from letting the ships pass through and stay
safe circling that country all the way to Syria and Israel in the south
and Georgia north of them.

I don't think Israel is the final customer. They get such stuff from USA
free of charge themselves just like Ukrainians, but paying for them with
Dollars that are printed for them in USA! Hehe :) A little touch of MH
is a good thing.

It is quite probable that among such equipment you find nukes. Syria's
access to nukes on demand ended not too long after death of Brezhnev. I
think it really ended after the other guy who replaced Brezhnev died
also. What was his name.. He didn't live long after assuming control.
But Syria had that access during his administration as well, but not
after that.

Now Syria needs nukes to stabilize the region as well as to give
American forces holding on Kurdish areas of their country something nice
to occupy their dull moments.

The Iraqi portion of those Kurdish regions is already "handled" by Iran.
That's why you don't see the slightest move from how things are right
now at this moment. There's simply no room for the Americans there to
get rude right now.

But the Syrian side requires work :)

Clutterfreak

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On 4/6/2022 2:05 PM, Clutterfreak wrote:
> I think Russia will annex all areas to the east of Dnieper! Ukraine will
> be what's on Dnieper's west side, with the river forming the borders
> with Russia. Remember when I said this :)


They've announced their "2nd stage" of military operations now.

It is not confined to areas east of Dnieper!

It does not yet include annexing the disputed strip of land between
Moldova and Ukraine, but does include fully occupying the land bridge to
Crimea "in order to later" reach that land!

So in stages 3 or later Odesa will go to Russia also. Is that why
Ukraine is now struggling to open "export routes" via Romania? :-)

Clutterfreak

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