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russiah 70 points ago +70 / -0

In a world where we find a foreign government is more trustworthy than our own “elected regime”.

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Wtf_socialismreally 11 points ago +11 / -0

Telling the truth is racist, white supremacist Russian propaganda.

kkthxk 6 points ago +6 / -0

Well, its not entirely the truth, its still largely Russian propaganda, its just a lot higher quality and more believable than the demonic insanity the owners of the west pump out.

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gumundre 2 points ago +2 / -0

Dude, the trains leavin the station. Leave or stay it ain't going to effect any of my crew. By "my crew", was talking about all those God fearing, Jesus loving patriots who's cried tears like mine. We have been blind far too long. We have heard politicians, tv actors, doctors, lawyers beggermans thieves...And every DAMNED one of them is an enemy that has no truth, no consience, no morals, embraces hate, stifles good, "They" say RT is "Russian Propaganda" ? Son you best run on home and leave this for those who know that God has born in us His Spririt to teach us to know truth. I am not a regular RT viewer but from time to time I take some to see whats going on over there. I've always felt like it was genuine.

kkthxk 3 points ago +3 / -0

You might have inferred a meaning that wasn't there, no one said dont watch it and make up your own mind, just that its a tool for narrative control as everything else is. You end up watching what the Russian people are largely seeing and its likely a lot of things you will not see elsewhere, but one shouldn't assume its the whole truth and nothing but the truth, that was the point. Its a thin line and our minds can often cross it in indulgence without realizing objectivity was discarded.

GA_Logic 1 point ago +1 / -0


There is definitely a pro Russian slant which is evident. But you learn about geo politics from a different point of view that isn't through the lens of Europe/USA which offers a more complete picture.

symixis7777 8 points ago +8 / -0

We are not the first to have endured this. Many citizens of respectable countries watched their own governments turn into the baddies.

Before, I could only imagine what an awake German citizen went through in the 40s. Or how Iranians felt in the 70s when they experienced theirs turn from free to totalitarian. How awake Chinese citizens feel witnessing the actions of their literally-soulless Borg government.

So now it's our turn - In USA and Canada we actually get to experience the "Are we the baddies?" meme because corruption festered to this point.

Cocobolo 1 point ago +1 / -0


Bedminster 44 points ago +44 / -0

Russia is NOT our enemy, the US Government is. (FIXED)

Rooks 4 points ago +6 / -2

Could you edit that? I think you may be missing a comma after enemy and the word "is" at the end

CQVFEFE 9 points ago +9 / -0


Semicolon; but these are minor details. :)


Rooks 6 points ago +6 / -0


I knew you were my favorite for a reason.

CQVFEFE 8 points ago +8 / -0

Cheers, Rooks!

Anywho, the whole thing of offering corrections....it's all in how it's done.

If I'm a dick about it or or seem like I'm trying to look smart or put others down over innocent mistakes, it's called grammar copping or being a grammar nazi. Who has time? We're typing on tiny phone keyboards here.

If it's presented as just for fun, or "for anyone who may happen to care", or as "nocop" (mere word info without judgment or sternness) then the intelligent people who frequent this site are normally very positive, open, and keen to learn fun new facts about their favorite language.

I usually don't edit email or message board text I write, so there are errors in my stuff on here as well. So what? :)


Rooks 5 points ago +5 / -0

Same here. You get in a rush and sometimes best case is you make sure the misspellings don't change the meaning.

All good fren.

TheSageofMainStreet 2 points ago +3 / -1

The Illiterate Liberal Language Lords.

Actually, the subtly forced use of "they" with a singular antecedent weakens mental capacity. The mind can handle some contradictions, but not one that is used so frequently. It is also collectivist, taking an individual and dissolving him into a group plurality.

Ignorant and unstructured grammar leads to ignorant and unstructured thought, and the elitists know it. They are more sophisticated Stalinists.

CQVFEFE 3 points ago +3 / -0

I would respectfully disagree that singular they weakens mental capacity. I use it whenever it fits. There's an interesting historical justification for singular they, going back over 500 years.

Singular they, along with its inflected or derivative forms, them, their, theirs and themselves (or themself), is an epicene (gender-neutral) third-person pronoun. It typically occurs with an unspecified antecedent...The singular they emerged by the 14th century, about a century after the plural they. It has been commonly employed in everyday English ever since and has gained currency in official contexts.


As [Merriam-Webster] dictionary’s staff wrote...“English famously lacks a gender-neutral singular pronoun to correspond neatly with singular pronouns like everyone, someone, and anyone, and as a consequence ‘they’ has been used for this purpose for over 600 years.”


The Oxford English Dictionary traces singular they back to 1375, where it appears in the medieval romance William and the Werewolf.


I've always used it because euphony and common sense.

Euphony: Who doesn't hate the sound of stuff like "If the applicant would take his or her seat, and if he or she would take out his or her report that he or she plans to submit with his or her..." Gaaahhh!

Common sense: In a classroom full of females and one male student, it is "correct" by the rules of grammar but feels utterly ridiculous to say "Everyone needs to submit his final exam." The word "their" works so much better there, since "everyone" conveys the sense of a group of people even though it's technically singular.

"If anyone wants to leave themself liable for that, they're welcome to do it" doesn't look as good on the page as it sounds in casual speech, where this sentence about one unspecified male or female person would scarcely raise an eyebrow hair. (Spoken quickly, it almost sounds like the once-common "himself" for everything.)

Ignorant and unstructured grammar leads to ignorant and unstructured thought

In general this is super correct and accurate—and very concisely stated. Thanks for putting an important axiom out there.


FractalizingIron 1 point ago +1 / -0

wordnerd's rebuttal of the premise that the use of the singular "they" is harmful masterful. I think he makes a fine case.

For me, however, far more interesting is your basic premise that the mind can be overloaded and pushed into unproductive and increasingly dysfunctional trends, and that the satanists/stalinists know this. In this, you are spot on.

I heard a very interesting comment yesterday in a Seth Holehouse interview:


Regarding the myriad "regulations" that regimes have been implementing in preparation for the WHO-'health'-based power grab, he stated (something to this effect):

"These are not laws. This is all spell-weaving." Point being, as we have directly observed over the past 2 years, that even if what the Cabalites are pushing is unconstitutional, if people believe that it's somehow lawful, then those people respond as such, comply and so are controlled.

There is a powerful area of spiritual interface where the satanists are essentially creating spells to push the populations into trance and hypnosis, where they comply and submit and thus become slaves. A significant part of that interface is the language element, as you rightly observe. Although you refer only to an ignorant and unstructured thought, any hypnotist or (evil) spell weaver will tell you that this is part and parcel of the methodology of beguiling the target and mentally manipulating them.

That's one of the deeper dimensions of what is being done by who you so eloquently refer to as "The Illiterate Liberal Language Lords". On the surface, it's language manipulation in order to control the narrative and edge the population towards reduced mental capacity and clarity, but the more you dig into it, it's about opening people up (making them vulnerable) to spiritual manipulation by demonic spirits who essentially rely on weaving spells in order to enslave and dominate the hearts and minds of weaker humans (on Earth and in spirit).

TheSageofMainStreet 1 point ago +1 / -0

The World Help-Pharma Organization

TheSageofMainStreet 0 points ago +1 / -1

Preppiette Eruption

They seek to create a mental vacuum, which can't sustain itself and must suck in the loudest and most frequent propaganda.

As for manipulation through false language, how can "clueless" (a richgirl Valley Girl invention) mean "stupid"? Here is its only logical meaning:

There was no evidence, nothing to go on. The detective was clueless.

VetforTrump 1 point ago +1 / -0

Or the language is already fraudulent. Quantum grammar.

jasqid 3 points ago +3 / -0

I didn't know we had professional writers with gHraMaR sKiLz in here. LOL!!!

I have to remember #wordnerd. That's funny.

FractalizingIron 2 points ago +2 / -0

The GAW resident wordnerd is top notch.

Bedminster 5 points ago +5 / -0


Rooks 3 points ago +3 / -0

Rockin' !


GoodvsEvil2 0 points ago +1 / -1

fag shit

PepeSee -3 points ago +4 / -7


Rooks 3 points ago +4 / -1


Did you prefer he move "not" to before the second the?


Just having fun while asking for clarification. Sentence makes no sense.

PepeSee 0 points ago +4 / -4

I was perfectly able to tell what he meant; people here are jumping on every typo, correcting grammar, etc, and it's pretty ridiculous when we know that many people are moving fast and on a phone in many cases.

If you REALLY COULDN'T TELL what was meant, well, I guess you can infer what I think of that...probably?

Weneverleft 6 points ago +6 / -0

It derails the conversation. I cannot count the times a interesting comment or post goes off topic and is sabotaged. It drives me crazy. And disinformation trolls are really good at doing so. So stay on topic don't get distracted. Says guy who gets sidelined so easily. 🤔

patriot68 1 point ago +1 / -0

Allowing people to topic hijack ruins your rankings on the search engines as well. The ranking algorithm can tell when a thread wanders all over the place. It's less valuable to readers then, and is placed lower in the rankings.

Rooks 6 points ago +6 / -0

I think you meant, "you can infer to that which I am thinking...probably?"

😉 j/k, I couldn't resist, you left it wide open.


Lighten up PepeSee, it will be OK. Think it through. If I did not understand what was meant how could I have offered a suggested fix?

Also, I guess you have not really seen my posts. Sometimes I wonder if I'm being coherent, let alone gramering correctly.

PepeSee 5 points ago +5 / -0

Fine fine perhaps I am just tired of all the corrections.

As far as "wide open" if you are inferring anything's actually wrong there vs just going for a more highfalutin tone, we can go to the whiteboard for diagramming. The only thing I'd say is technically unnecessary/incorrect is the comma after "well."

As for "think it through" like I say the general objection here is how many people (through being bored, autists, dicks, or some combination or whatever) are pointing out typos etc when it just wastes time and space (oh the irony).

Rooks 4 points ago +4 / -0

LOL! PepeSee, you are the bomb. 😀

I understand. I too can actually be a grammer nazi at times (small 'n' there).

Hang in there, it goes in waves. Ride this one over the top instead of crashing through, the mellow will come.

Datadude 2 points ago +2 / -0

And while the world burns, they're busy playing games of mental masterbation.

When the time comes that ((they)) "the mental masterbators", own nothing but the time to pontificate on the proper grammar and sentence structure of, "we're all fucked now", then we'll remember with great reverence just exactly where that comma, colon, semicolon was or wasn't.

CQVFEFE 1 point ago +2 / -1

Just FYI infer was fine, but not "infer to"


freeDacian 2 points ago +2 / -0

Came for the news about the Russians and learning some grammar as well. :D

PepeSee 0 points ago +1 / -1

This is officially riggodamndiculous.

Jet_Morgan -1 points ago +1 / -2

Russia IS our enemy, along with many other countries. But our own US Deep State infested government is an even greater enemy by definition.

Russia, the CCP are enemies in they they DO support free and independent forms for government. But in these times we live in our enemies are allies the battle against Satanic world domination.

The_Greeatship_Pilot 22 points ago +22 / -0

A moment of truth. Now, that's a prophetic insight if I ever heard one.

propertyofUniverse 16 points ago +16 / -0

I know the Russians are down with the white hat plan, they are just saying it for the record.

CaptainQirk 11 points ago +11 / -0

Ledies enn gentlemeyn. Stormorovich is uponavich.

Dontstopbelieving 1 point ago +1 / -0

Wasn’t he the kicker for the Miami dolphins in the 1990s

PolishBaldEagle 10 points ago +10 / -0
PepeSee 3 points ago +3 / -0

LOL tendies and sriracha FTW

Sadness 7 points ago +7 / -0


ozthentic 7 points ago +9 / -2

GOD = perfect GOD = truth Q= storm

PitBoss711 6 points ago +6 / -0

Hmm, "perfect storm". Now where have we heard that before? Brings us back to Q post #140, doesn't it? - "What if China, Russia, and others were coordinating with POTUS to eliminate the NWO?"

MisprisionIsEvil 3 points ago +3 / -0

If China, Russia and others were coordinating with POTUS, I would expect the media to be telling us how bad they are. Check.

Find the people who hate Russia, find the cabal. I'm talking to you Crenshaw and Levin et al.

PitBoss711 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yep, we would expect it ... and they have. Orange man bad, Putin bad, China ... well, maybe not so bad according to the lamestream misleadia. Then again, the media in indebted to China and Q is a 'conspiracy theory' they say.

VetforTrump 6 points ago +6 / -0

There is no doubt about it.

MommaChz1 3 points ago +3 / -0

I like it alot!!

ravonaf 3 points ago +3 / -0

Perfect Storm you say.

VetforTrump 2 points ago +2 / -0

It's time for the evil to have the light of justice shined upon it.

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Mountaing8 2 points ago +2 / -0

Truth? Really? Bring it.

clime 2 points ago +2 / -0

He has a family resemblance to Paul McCartney.

Michonne21 2 points ago +2 / -0

Or Dr Bombay.

Ninkilim 1 point ago +1 / -0

I was just saying last night its building up to be a perfect storm...thankQ!


GA_Logic 1 point ago +1 / -0

Peskov has moments where I believe he makes mistakes with what he says. But looking back now I think it is purposeful on his part to cloud and muddy the current fog of war in the information age.

MatildaJ 1 point ago +1 / -0


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