Your Latest Batchelor-Cohen

Another comprehensive update last evening as topics ranged from Syria to Ukraine to the New Cold War.

Here is the summary from Mr. Batchelor's website:

“…Ukrainian Finance Minister Natalie Jaresko ( could be the new head of the country's government as early as this week. That is according to Steven Pifer, former United States Ambassador to Ukraine and a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution "Increasing reports from Kyiv that Finance Minister Jaresko will be appointed new Ukraine Prime Minister, perhaps as early as this week," Pifer tweeted on Monday….”

“…NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that Russia has made “numerous attempts” to intimidate its neighbors and split NATO, the RIA Novosti news agency reported Tuesday. In a live interview with CNN, Stoltenberg said that despite “numerous attempts by Moscow to intimidate its neighbors and break up NATO, the alliance will respond with strengthened unity and by adapting our military concepts.” Stoltenberg emphasized that reinforcing the alliance's eastern borders with NATO troops “makes it possible to keep an assertive Russia under control.”

“…The new cold warriors who are the dominant voices within America’s military-media-think tank nexus seem to fear nothing more than the prospect of peace breaking out in Syria. Part of the reason for this is, of course, ideological, but it is hard not to draw the conclusion that they surmise, perhaps correctly, that if the next round of peace talks in Geneva, set for March 9, are met with success, then the prospects for the new cold war that they are so desperate to wage will be dealt a serious setback…”.

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1wileyz's picture

Good Morning!!!


LostMind's picture

Wily morning to a rachus bunch...

Second... now to listen to the shit storm of Eastern Europe

Marchas45's picture

Finally Got My 4th

My Lucky Day Has Begun. Keep Stacking

LMAO @Donnojackshit I doubt it as I was waiting for the fourth spot coming up and I also bypassed the #1 spot to get it. Sorry about the pussy wetness LMAO

donnojackshit's picture

5th and dam you


I would have got 4th, but my wife's stinking cat had a leaky Hulio, and the leak occurred, naturally, on my side of the bed!

So, naturally, I had to clean up this slimy dribble, and it cost me 4th!

ArtL's picture

New Willie Article

J Siefert's picture

Hungary's Orban: EU leaders don't want to stop the migrants

Published February 28, 2016
Associated Press

BUDAPEST, Hungary –  Europe has the ability to stop the flow of migrants reaching the continent but its leaders have no plans to do so, Hungary's prime minister declared Sunday.

Prime Minister Viktor Orban has been at the forefront of those rejecting the refugees and asylum-seekers flooding into Europe due to conflicts in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. Hungary last year built razor-wire fences on its borders with Serbia and Croatia to stop the migrants from freely entering the country — moves that altered the flow of migrants across Europe.

"It is bad enough that Brussels cannot organize Europe's defense, but worse is that even the intention is missing," Orban said in his annual speech about the state of the country.

Orban described the EU response to the migrant crisis as "absurd" and compared EU leadership to the captain of a ship about to collide who spends time "designating the non-smoking lifeboats instead of trying to avoid the collision."

"Europe's future is endangered primarily not by those who want to come here, but by those political, economic and intellectual leaders who are trying to transform Europe in opposition to the European people," Orban said, blaming German Chancellor Angela Merkel's welcoming response to refugees as one of the factors responsible for the crisis.

Orban said he had asked his interior and defense ministers to prepare to build new defenses on the Romanian border.

"We will teach Brussels, the human traffickers and the migrants that Hungary is sovereign country," Orban told an audience of steadfast supporters who often interrupted his speech with applause.

Orban declared that mass migration was a "danger" that put at risk Hungary's achievements of the last few years and was not an answer to Europe's problems.

"We cannot solve the demographic problems of the undeniably dwindling and aging European population with the Muslim world without losing our lifestyle, security and ourselves," Orban said. "Those coming here have no intention of adapting to our lifestyle."

In Rome, meanwhile, Pope Francis said a concerted response was needed to solve Europe's migrant problem so that countries share equally the burden of helping those fleeing war and other "inhumane" situations.

Francis praised Greece and other countries offering "generous" help while being on the front line of the arrivals. Speaking in St. Peter's Square on Sunday, Francis said a "concerted response can be more effective and distribute equally the weight" of helping the migrants.

Orban, however, said Hungary would continue to oppose EU plans for a quota system to redistribute over 100,000 migrants among its 28 nations and claimed Brussels was also looking to set up a "mandatory, permanent and continuous redistribution system" for the migrants.

"Brussels must be stopped," Orban said. "We can't allow them to force us ... to import the bitter fruits of their mistaken immigration policies. We don't want to and won't import crime, terrorism, homophobia, and anti-Semitism into Hungary."

Hungary has sued Brussels over the refugee quota plan and Orban said this week that the government was hoping to hold a national referendum on any further EU attempts to impose migrant quotas.

As 2,000 opposition supporters protested against Orban, the prime minister said Hungarians did not have a "heart of stone" and wanted to help those in need.

"Most migrants are also victims of their collapsing governments of their countries, of bad international decisions and of human traffickers," Orban said. "We keep in mind the most important rule of assistance — if we help here, they will come here. If we help there, they will stay there."

Angry Chef's picture

The West never provided Russia with proofs for “Russian War....

Crimes In Syria....

It's obvious by now that TPTB are trying to destroy the United States and the West with these endless War's and endless Central Bankster debt. How can I contact Putin and tell him to keep up the good work ?

Bohemian's picture

@Angry Chef

It's not so complicated. You can send him a letter via this link --

There are other links as well, and you don't have to speak Russian. Hope it helps.

Joseph Warren's picture

What do your family & friends think of Russia & Putin ?

I'm curious what other people have run into regarding attitudes toward Russia & Putin.  Those that I've spoken to who have any awareness at all that there's been conflict in Ukraine & Syria (and know where those places are on a map) - have completely bought into the 'new Hitler' msm propaganda line.

I spoke with a couple family members who told me about a show they saw on t.v. that showed how 'Russian snipers were picking off innocent people in Ukraine' and had 'invaded'.  Of course there was no mention of Nuland's actions, neo-Nazis, the treaty giving Russia fleet basing rights, or the desire of the Ukraine leadership to maintain a balance of relations with Russia & the West right before the elected government was forced out.

I had made some progress with these family members that day on recognizing the fraud in the money system. So, I let their Ukraine comments slide.  I've found that many people have a limit as to how much debunking of myths that they can handle at one sitting. Bring up too much & they feel overwhelmed, or take offense that you're calling them 'stupid' (rather than just pointing out information they may be unaware of).

Fred Hayek's picture

Same here, Joe

I spoke about the situation in Ukraine with family members.  They were bewildered that I, somehow, didn't think a rabid, snarling Putin had invaded Ukraine with the entire Red Army.  When I sent them links to the infamous tape of Victoria Nuland stage managing the coup they just sort of went silent on the matter.  It's simply too much cognitive dissonance.

"If . . that's not true then . .  what else that they've told me isn't true?  . . . . Hey, how 'bout that Super Bowl?"

Joseph Warren's picture

Those Behind This . . .

Many of us know this from our own research. This is a well written article. The references to the Cuban Missile Crisis are chilling -

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