Takes a Killer to Know One

In an interview President Biden called Russian president Vladimir Putin a “killer.” Obviously it takes one to know one, but what if you’re not mentally aware enough to know yourself?

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  • First: Biden called Putin “a soulless killer.” Catholics, one of which Joe claims to be, are expert at such twisted distinctions.

    Second: Biden was quite skillfully manipulated into this and other “non-diplomatic” comments by George Stephanopoulos.

    Third: This outburst, along with a blithering-Blinken (Sec State) disaster in a China summit, was the last straw in decades of US lecturing, bullying, hectoring and sanctioning of both Russia and China. Almost immediately those two signed an “historic” mutual cooperation agreement that clearly and officially puts them in union against the US.

    Fourth: Biden’s not-insignificant involvement in foisting upon the US the neo-liberal scourge of “economic austerity” has probably caused, and will continue to cause, more deaths than all of the local installments, which he personally cheered-on, of the glorious US perpetual war on the world.

    Fifth: Biden is the perfect metaphor for a decrepit, crumbling and cranky empire. As such, he’s much more dangerous with the media’s apparent new sport of extracting his virtually limitless “crank.”

  • alex_the_tired
    March 29, 2021 7:39 AM

    I think the mental capacity to not know yourself is actually actively selected for in presidential candidates.

  • DaniilAdamov
    March 30, 2021 2:17 AM

    Ha, I assume you saw Putin’s response? Re: takes one to know one. I *thought* that’d play well in certain corners – perhaps better among leftist Americans than among loyalist Russians.

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