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Didactic Mind, Ep 104: World War Now

by | Oct 8, 2022 | Podcasts | 1 comment

The main Didactic Mind podcast is finally back with a new episode. In this one, I argue that we are already in a World War – whether you call it World War III or IV at this point, I don’t know or care, but the fact is that we ARE dealing with a global war between at least two huge power blocs. I call out the Empire of Lies for what it is, and I straight-up argue that the USSA is now a terrorist state, after what it did with the Nord Stream project and the way that it has supported an openly and avowedly neo-Nazi regime in Ukraine. In the wake of the Kerch Bridge attack, I argue that the Russian people are no longer interested in compromise or peace with anything less than the outright destruction of Ukraine and the total defeat of NATO. I argue that the extremely weak and pathetically poor leadership of the Fake President has opened up opportunities for the Deep State factions to go to war with each other and the entire world. And I explain that the Neo-Tsar is not going to use a nuclear first strike, because that is not the Russian way or doctrine – but that he is also under tremendous pressure from his own government and people to deal with Ukraine much more harshly than he has so far.

In other words – we are staring at an extremely combustible and dangerous situation, and no one has any idea how bad things could get, or how fast.

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1 Comment

  1. Kapios

    We are a fraternity of young old pharties and I like it. Best way to distribute news. It’s not all gloom and doom.


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