An Idiotic, Lying Jackass is blogging at “A Good Treaty“
A new Russia blog has appeared by the name of “A Good Treaty.” Its purpose is to offer one-sided propaganda in support of the notion that Barack Obama’s sham treaty on nuclear weapons with Russia is a good idea and should be ratified as the U.S. Senate considers the document. Is the blogger on the Obama payroll? Or the Kremlin’s? Or both? You be the judge. Let us introduce you to it.
First of all, it’s beloved by the Russophile maggots, of course. Interestingly, not one of them chooses to make the criticism of “A Good Treaty” that they level at us, namely that some of us are anonymous. It’s just fine with the Russophile scum that AGT is anonymous, because it’s only a bad thing to be anonymous if you criticize the Putin regime. If you work hard to justify it, and the Obama administration’s appeasement of it, then nothing else matters. Got that?
Second of all, the blogger who writes AGT is stunningly lazy, dishonest and stupid, even by Russophile standards. In a post on the vast expansion of the KGB’s power to arrest and harass, the blogger claims the new law is no worse than America’s Patriot Act, passed in the aftermath of 9/11. It appears, based on this pseudo-scholarship, that the blogger got the degree he lauds on his blog (but that nobody, of course, can confirm) from a box of Cracker Jacks.
Needless to say, s/he ignores an avalanche of facts:
- AGT does not even try to compare the actual content of the Patriot Act to the new law on the KGB. Instead, he simply issues ridiculous partisan smears against the Republicans, resulting from his crusading fervor in support of Barack Obama. To him as to the KGB, the actual facts are meaningless.
- It’s not surprising that AGT would ignore the actual content of the American law because the Patriot Act did not authorize the FBI to arrest any American citizen on American soil at will for publicly criticizing the Bush regime and toss them in prison for two weeks without charges. There isn’t one single case of an American like Boris Nemtsov being arrested preemptively for trying to publish and trying to speak against the Bush administration on the streets of America. American TV continued to overflow with vicious criticism of the Bush regime after the Patriot Act, and it continues to have such criticism of Barack Obama now. Can AGT find any on Russian TV of Putin? Of course not. The Patriot Act was aimed not at arrests of citizens but at deportations of foreigners. Even a child, but not a ridiculous Russophile slob like AGT, could understand that difference.
- Even if the Patriot Act had authorized such arrests of citizens, Russia has a long history of dictatorial mass murder carried out by the secret police. America has no such history. Russia also has a history of national collapse because of such policy failures that America lacks. Russia, in other words, has far more to worry about. History, however, means nothing to this treacherous little bastard, either.
- AGT also chooses to ignore the fact that the Patriot Act was passed with the overwhelming support of the Democratic Party that otherwise vigorously opposed George Bush and which had previously held power. Russia has no opposition parties, and power has never once changed hands. There is no opposition of any kind to Vladimir Putin in the Russian Duma.
- Apparently the inbred doofus at AGT did not notice it, but George Bush’s party was routed in the last election. Is he suggesting this has happened to Putin? Or that it is about to? So much stupidity and ugly-American ignorance would be funny, were people’s lives and freedom not hanging in the balance.
- AGT also does not notice the implications of his own “logic.” If America is the standard by which Russia is to be judged, then because Russia lacks contested elections and transfer of power between competing parties, and because it lacks independent national TV broadcasts, the government of Russia is illegitimate. But then, actual thought was never the strong point of your basic neo-Soviet stooge. America is the standard only when the Russophile gorilla chooses to make it so. At all other times, America is “another country” and “irrelevant” to Russia.
AGT concludes by suggesting that “emotional or moral” responses to the new Russian law are improper because two wrongs make right. Apparently, for him, it’s OK if his mother and father are brutally murdered because other moms and dads have also been murdered. No murderer can be prosecuted until all murderers have been prosecuted.
In other words, AGT justifies neo-Soviet misconduct exactly the way it was done in the USSR. One could, indeed, almost think s/he was speaking on behalf of the Kremlin itself. And for all we know, of course, that’s just what s/he’s doing.
Moronic anti-democratic idiots like the one blogging at AGT are the folks who give Americans a bad name. Attempting to leverage his views with references to academic and professional credentials nobody can confirm because s/he’s anonymous (something we here on this blog never, ever do), he is engaged in a shameless campaign of propaganda in the style of Neville Chamberlain, asking the West to bow and scrape before dictatorship in the hope of avoiding armed conflict.
But still, his post does serve two useful purposes.
First, AGT is, at least, smart enough to realize he can’t deny the draconian crackdown embodied by the new Russian law, or deny Dimitri Medvedev’s rabid, feral support for that crackdown. So he openly admits it, and thereby confirms it for all to see.
Second, AGT confirms that it’s perfectly fine to be anonymous, and lays that issue once and for all to rest, making the Russophile idiots look even more foolish than they already did.