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Posted by Big Gav in

There's a part of me that think that the new revelations that Putin has videotape of Trump indulging in golden showers with Russian prostitutes are probably made up - but as I can't prove they aren't true and I can't see why the CIA / NSA et al would make it up I'm going to assume they are on the level.

Truer than stories about Iraqi weapons of mass destruction were anyway.

If nothing else they are providing a comedy fest on Twitter and after all the ridiculous nonsense Trump supporters made up about Hillary (there are enough true bad things about Hillary they could use if they wanted to have an honest debate rather than making up stories about satanic abuse at pizza parlours) that I can't say I feel any pity for him whatsoever.

Hopefully the impeachment process begins soon.

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Aquatic horseplay? RUS hookers?

" The first principle is that you must not fool yourself – and you are the easiest person to fool"

Richard Feynman

My post was tongue in cheek of course - the IC report is a crock though it's easy enough to imagine Trump having vices of this sort.

Given the endless stream of lies he told about Obama and Hillary he's hardly in a position to act aggrieved of course.

I am wondering the deep state folk hate him so much though - your thoughts ? I saw one theory that Peter Thiel wants to to have them all outsourced to Palantir etc - maybe this is a radical job protection effort ?

Palantir: funny [Thiel has gone on record as stating that the company would NOT produce 'lists' of Moslems, gays, etc for the gov't]

The 'Deep State' hates him for his independence. He doesn't need them, he believes their track records are embarrassing [true], and his 'utterances' about US foreign policy being on the wrong track represent an existential risk to their plans for RUS, UKR & EUR more broadly.

Its going to be an interesting four years [& eight days!]

What do you think their plans for Eurasia are ? Why are they so I flexible about them ?

I sometimes wonder if Trump is doing a full pivot to make China enemy number 1 now the Russians have been driven back almost entirely within their own borders.


However it looks like this involves both theUS and Russia staying hitched to a fossil fuel based economy which doesn't have long to live while the Chinese (and What's left of the EU) try to move forward to a clean energy model.

So it's hard for me to have much enthusiasm about this turn of events - geopolitically it might be worthwhile but the other half of the strategy seems disastrous...

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