This Week's Batchelor-Cohen

We had guests last night and, obviously, I've been a little busy this morning. So, once again, I'm posting this week's JB-SFC without listening first. However, given the tragic events of Tuesday, I'm sure that this is a must listen.

Here are the notes from the podcast page of Mr. Batchelor's website: https://audioboom.com/channel/johnbatchelor

NATO & Russia After the Brussels Attack. Stephen F. Cohen. NYU, Princeton University, EastWestAccord.com.

“Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has expressed profound condolences on multiple casualties in the Brussels terror attacks to Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel on behalf of the Russian government and himself.

"We strongly condemn this barbaric crime targeted against the civilian population. The incident once again underscores the need for coordinated efforts of the international community in the fight against terrorist threats," Medvedev said in his message.

“The Russian prime minister asked his Belgian colleague to tell the families and friends of the dead about his sincere sympathy and to wish the soonest recovery to the injured, the governmental press service said.

“Two explosions rocked Brussels airport in the morning of March 22. At least 10 people were killed and 30 injured. The blasts in Brussels come just days after Salah Abdeslam, the mastermind behind the November Paris Attacks, was arrested in Belgium. Explosions have also taken metro stations in Brussels center. At least 10 people are feared dead.”

https://rbth.com/news/2016/03/22/medvedev-brussels-bombings-underline-need-for-unity-against-terrorism_577883

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“Russian President Vladimir Putin has offered his condolences to King Philippe of Belgium over the death of civilians as a result of the terrorist attacks in Brussels on March 22.

"The head of the Russian state condemned this barbaric crime, which has no justification and which confirms once again that terrorism knows no borders and threatens the peoples all over the world," the Russian presidential press service reported.

"The fight against this evil requires the most active international interaction," Putin noted.

“According to the press service, Putin said he is convinced that the murderers and their accomplices will face their due punishment, and offered his words of sympathy to the families and friends of those killed and wished a speedy recovery to those injured.”

http://rbth.com/news/2016/03/22/putin-sends-condolences-to-belgium-over-deaths-in-brussels-attacks_577837

TF

 

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rckymtn's picture

yeah

yeah

Marchas45's picture

I'M WAITING, WAITING, WAITING, GOOOOOOOOOO

4th 

Fuck 2nd, I'm sorry it's just the way I feel this morning. Lol Keep Stacking

SS121's picture

Those darned Islamic Terrorists

First "they" fly 2 planes into the twin towers, ...the plane fuel leaks out and turns both buildings and a few others nearby into dust and they vanish.

now "they" have struck again....  DAGNABBIT!

...

well, after listening to Sugar Britches and Prof. Curmudgeon it seems the problem is clear. SPOILER ALERT:  do not read further if you haven't yet listened to the program'ming'. 

The problem...  The United States of America is bad, and Communist Russia is good.  I know, it's a bitter pill.  Especially for U.S.A. people like myself.  But we're just going to have to look in our mirrors and recognize our badness.  We are bad, and Russian Government people are good.

Russian Government people are loving and caring and honest and really smart "chess players" and they know how to do Judo and lots of other stuff that Americans could never do.  But because U.S.A. People are so bad, the greatness of the Russian Government People isn't enough to prevent all Islamic Terrorist events from happening.

alphamorph's picture

Daring to look in the American Mirror

We all fear and despise terrorism.  Russia has demonstrated its commitment to the defeat of ISIS with more than some success and without building torture camps in neighboring lands.

US successes in the middle east have not been so apparent despite the expenditure of much time and resources and it begs the question, "why?".  

Russia resisted invading neighboring Ukraine, when its legitimately elected government was overthrown with the assistance of foreign agents (Powers/Nuland), thereby potentially engaging NATO forces and bringing the world to the brink of another war.  I would that America could be so restrained under such a hypothetical circumstance where Lavrov plotted  the illegal other throw of the Canadian government with the aim of replacing it with a pro Russian counterpart. 

The invasion and development of Iraq was a mistake.  Accept it.
The attack on Libya and failed follow-through plan was a mistake.  Accept it.
Both countries have served as a nursery for terrorist development.  It has been admitted at the highest levels of the US government that the mistakes made in Iraq by US involvement RESULTED in the birth of ISIS.  And for what.... a threat that didn't exist.

How can a true patriot be proud of his country while accepting that it is wrong and has been for quite some time.  And continues to be wrong!  Love, always... but proud?

Back in the day, it was easy to point at the errors of the USSR but Russia is not the USSR.  Today the villains are more difficult to see because (as you say), in order to see them, you must first look in the mirror and ask the question, "WTF are we doing?" 

SS121's picture

We don't all "fear and despise terrorism"...

i don't fear anything or anybody

and the only terrorism i see is the made-for-television stuff that has the globalist intelligence services, (and bros.) fingerprints all over it.

look at 9/11, look at the Boston Smoke Boom, look at Sandy Hook, and on and on and on...  endless undeniably 100% False Flag Failures

"terrorism" is the boogie-man that the system owners use to keep the fearful masses in check.  

it's amazing.  

what is it that the members of Wimps United Inc thinks they will get out of adhering to the Kool-Aid now flooding from TPTB??? 

No way in hell can they actually believe all the non-sense, there has got to be another reason.   Security in conforming to the other wimps?  Boldly professing their fearfulness to tighten the group?  Do they feel like they are too far in to start thinking for themselves and questioning the media narratives? (:::pride:::)  a mix of it all?  

oh well, the wimps might be all spun up in a fearful tizzy now... and it will get worse before it gets better... but that burning fearful angry confusion is like a refiner's fire.  it will eventually burn away all the group-think media slag and, if there's anything underneath, leave us with a group of disciplined troops who are able to think for themselves and stand on their own 2 feet.

until then.. keep lapping up that pseudo-intellectual Kool-Aid from your masters.

Kuchek's picture

The "War on Terror" is a Massive Zionist Fraud

The "War on Terror" is a Massive Zionist Fraud

http://henrymakow.com/2016/03/massive-zionist-fraud.html

In this article, Bollyn traces the origins of the "War on Terror" to the 1979 "Jerusalem Conference" where Neo Cons plotted to use "international terrorism"  to enlist the West to advance Zionist world domination. 

LostMind's picture

Listen to Trump recite a poem

http://clashdaily.com/2016/03/watch-donald-trumps-the-snake-video-is-going-viral-in-europe-guess-who-hates-this/?utm_source=referral&utm_medium=facebook.com&utm_campaign=lasmpfb

Yes, Its all a fraud except what is actually happening to everyday people. Ignore the black flags and look at the reality...

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