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Click to read more about the disaster Mr. Biden is abetting which may yet become a catastrophe, too.A man in over his head in The Oval Office. Click for better picture of America's lost leader, +2022.05.19.A man in over his head in The Oval Office. Click for better picture of America's lost leader, +2022.05.19.
A man in over his head in The Oval Office. Click for better picture of America's lost leader, +2022.05.19

America's current President in May 2022, Mr. Joe Biden, appears to be a fool, and not the medieval kind who were astute men in clown suits. He seemed to make a good Vice-President as Barack Obama's step-and-fetch-it man.

He is driven by his hormones, or, as he prefers to call them, his high moral values. He does not THINK: he emotionally reacts to things he doesn't like especially Dr. Vladimir Putin, and he loves to whine about being patriotic.God help America! He seems to be a prickly and peevish man who sulks when he does not get his way.

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He abets a historically wrong war (The Zelensky war in Ukraine) and then cries about people suffering and dying there: due to his having sent weapons to Mr. Zelensky to do the dirty work by proxy although he calls it fighting against Russian aggression. I think he will blithely apply his virtuous values to reinstating military conscription to send young American males to die in a new Vietnam and then endlessly honor their dead bodies. Dulce et decorum set pro patria mori, folks. Boo, hoo!

He will also, however, probably try to have good Veterans Administration medical benefits for those who just get wounded: his patriotism does not seem to just be PR, although his sincerity will not help those who would pay for it to have life, liberty or the pursuit of their happiness. His partiotism reminds of Hiroo Onoda, the last Japanese soldier from World War II to surrender (1974). In March, Mr. Biden invoked God before insisting that Mr. Putin "cannot remain in power": Click here to see picture!.

Mr. Biden loves to mourn dead heroes, starting with his son, Beau. Boo, hoo, Joe: Just don't make any more of them! And that toothy grin on his face, as if his virtuous feelings should earn him a prize: Give the man a Dunkin Donut and a styrofoam cup of Joe to keep his voluntary muscles occupied for a few minutes. He may actually believe his own propaganda, and sleeps well. He means well (the road to hell is paved with good intentions...).

He is certainly less worse than his immediate predecessor, Donald John Trump, who was a self-serving vengeancocrat who used the Office of the Presidency to further inflate his already bloated self-image, to scam more money for himself, and, of course, to play golf. Mr. Trump too was very peevish. America' s Duffer in Chief. A small time mafia Don in The White House. Probably the worst traitor in America's history, albeit not in the employ a foreign country (unless maybe it was Russia) but just in business for himself, so it's not hard to be less worse than Donald John Trump-L'oeil, who did not even have good intentions. And Mr. Trump's admiration of Vladimir Putin is helping matters as much as a recommentation from Al Capone.

Mr. Trump almost beat Mr. Biden in the 2020 Presidential election, but Mr. Biden doesn't talk about that, about how shaky his Presidency is; only about how Mr. Trump is wrong in claiming he [Trump, not Biden] was the winner. Almost half the voters wanted 4 more years of Trump. We don't talk about that, do we? Once in office, "Joe" wasn't so bad on domestic policy. His soft heart is good for domestic policy where it going out as social welfare programs to help suffering Americans here at home in peacetime. Mr. Biden was good enough for giving away money to the needy (Mr. Trump just gave away money to himself and his cronies).

Where Mr. Biden's mental limitations show is in foreign policy where he apparently does not understand realpolitik, or maybe he is pretending to be stupid so he can get away with overthrowing the Russian government without going before Congress for a formal declaration of war, which, sadly, he would probably get if he asked for it. "The United States of America must overthrow the Russian government because Mr. Putin's morals are not good like mine." Causus belli.


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May 23, 2022, 10:19 AM (15 hours ago) [+2022.05.23]
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Does Mr. Biden have any common sense? Another emotional expression of private virtuous feelings in public by an officer of an institution (in this case a nation state with nuclear weapons), when officers of institutions should only enunciate the institution's actionable policies? Is Mr. Biden over his head or is he just a romantic patriot who dreams of a world where everybody is an American satellite? Have we just traded a man who does not care abot human life for selfish personal gain for one who does not care about human life for wave the flag values? Die for the Dow or die for the Flag; either way you are dead. The road to ell is famously paved with good intentions. Why cannot Mr. Biden and his team understand that the rare countries on this planet that do not like America jus tlike we do not like them but that realpolitik urges Cold War not hot war? Of course Mr. Putin and Mr. Xi are America's enemies, jsut like we are their anemies. But how would we like it if those two heds of state staed their government's policy was to weaken America so that we could not cause any more trouble? We lived throgh The Cold War. We may not live through the Biden administration, but better dead than red, right?[1]  
 
 
 
 

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Footnotes

  1. Aside: As usual, here, I am adept at making typographical errors to my detriment.


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NYT OPINION GUEST ESSAY
The War in Ukraine May Be Impossible to Stop. And the U.S. Deserves Much of the Blame. (aka: "U.S. Helps Prolong Ukraine War, +2022.05.04)
Christopher Caldwell, May 31, 2022
    In the Paris daily newspaper Le Figaro this month, Henri Guaino.... warned that Europe's countries, under the shortsighted leadership of the United States, were "sleepwalking" into war with Russia. Mr. Guaino was borrowing a metaphor that the historian Christopher Clark used to describe the origins of World War I....
    In 2014 the United States backed an uprising — in its final stages a violent uprising — against the legitimately elected Ukrainian government of Viktor Yanukovych, which was pro-Russian. (The corruption of Mr. Yanukovych's government has been much adduced by the rebellion's defenders, but corruption is a perennial Ukrainian problem, even today.) Russia, in turn, annexed Crimea, a historically Russian-speaking part of Ukraine that since the 18th century had been home to Russia's Black Sea Fleet....
    On Nov. 10, 2021, the United States and Ukraine signed a "charter on strategic partnership" that called for Ukraine to join NATO, condemned "ongoing Russian aggression" and affirmed an "unwavering commitment" to the reintegration of Crimea into Ukraine. That charter "convinced Russia that it must attack or be attacked," Mr. Guaino wrote. "It is the ineluctable process of 1914 in all its terrifying purity."....
    The United States started arming and training Ukraine's military, hesitantly at first under President Barack Obama. Modern hardware began flowing during the Trump administration, though, and today the country is armed to the teeth....
    Russia is not being stymied by a plucky agricultural country a third its size; it is holding its own, at least for now, against NATO's advanced economic, cyber and battlefield weapons.... The United States is trying to maintain the fiction that arming one's allies is not the same thing as participating in combat....
    Even if we don't accept Mr. Putin's claim that America's arming of Ukraine is the reason the war happened in the first place, it is certainly the reason the war has taken the kinetic, explosive, deadly form it has. Our role in this is not passive or incidental. We have given Ukrainians cause to believe they can prevail in a war of escalation.
    Thousands of Ukrainians have died who likely would not have if the United States had stood aside. That naturally may create among American policymakers a sense of moral and political obligation — to stay the course, to escalate the conflict, to match any excess.
    The United States has shown itself not just liable to escalate but also inclined to. In March, Mr. Biden invoked God before insisting that Mr. Putin "cannot remain in power." In April, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin explained that the United States seeks to "see Russia weakened."
    Noam Chomsky warned against the paradoxical incentives of such "heroic pronouncements" in an April interview. "It may feel like Winston Churchill impersonations, very exciting," he said. "But what they translate into is: Destroy Ukraine."....
    Mr. Kissinger is on the same page as Mr. Guaino [on a certain point]. "To make concessions to Russia would be submitting to aggression," Mr. Guaino warned. "To make none would be submitting to insanity."....
    President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine warned in an address to students this month that the bloodiest days of the war were coming.


ByeByeBiden's White House. Home of the Zelensky burger. Patriotism: Flag waving leads to flag draping, on coffins.


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