Tucker Nails It (Again)!

In a better world, journalists like Tucker Carlson would be receiving a Pulitzer Prize.  And given the fact that his reportage may have single-handedly stopped a disastrous war between NATO and the Russian Federation, he’d be receiving (or at least nominated for) a Nobel Peace Prize.

In a better world, our national leaders and their stenographers in the corporate media would be concerned about the territorial integrity of this nation, not Ukraine.  But they’re not.  No sirree, Bob.  They’ve got bigger fish to fry.

But we don’t live in a “better world.”  We live in a looney bin where the resident in charge is going out of his way to stoke the fires between Russia and Ukraine.  What Biden thinks he brings to the table is anyone’s guess.  Even Zelensky, who has his hands full at the moment, is having to take the time to settle him down.  At this point, he’s probably removed Biden from his friend’s list and blocked the White House’s number.

And who could blame him?

If it was Biden’s intent to lessen the tensions between Ukraine and Russia and convince Russia to pull back from its aggressive stance, he’s failed.  Last I checked, Russia is still there.  

The question is, why is everyone jonesing for a war?     

Even the bishops associated with Istanbul are doing everything within their power to instigate one.  I’m sure they have their reasons, because, you know, Hitler.  Or is it Canon 28?  I dunno.  Something.  (Shut up, stop asking questions!)

Well, I’m not going to play this game.  And neither should you.  Take a look at Tucker laying it all out in an inimitable fashion before FOX takes it down.   


Though Tucker is one of the few reasons for FOX’s high ratings, it doesn’t mean that they won’t cancel him if he keeps on turning up the heat.   

There’s only so much truth an organization can handle.  Even a news organization.


  1. ESPECIALLY a news organization

  2. Alexander Nemrov says

    Please, stop supporting communist propaganda! Is it your opinion that Russia (the clear aggressor in this situation) has the right to intimidate and possibly invade a sovereign nation?

    Tucker Carlson’s logic is both flawed and anti-American. Tucker Carlson is the same person that believes the rioters on January 6th, 2021 were organized by “Antifa”, even though Trump now wants to PARDON every single one of “Antifa” rioters! When will the lies shared by this blog end?!

    • Gail Sheppard says

      Of course, they have a right to sit on their border to discourage trouble! This “possibly invade” is pure speculation.

      • Christopher Keller says

        This has not aged well. Perhaps when the most advanced military intelligence organizations in human history say a country is about to invade, we ought to take that assessment seriously.

    • LOL….so when the US staged the coup in Kiev, that wasn’t being the aggressor?

      I do agree though, I don’t support communist propaganda, which is why I never believe anything the US State dept says.

      • George Michalopulos says

        Touche! I would have said that we were only cultural Marxists and not economic ones. However with all this Agenda 2030 stuff going on, I’m not sure about that anymore.

    • George Michalopulos says

      Tucker is “anti-American” only in the sense that one believes America’s interests are spreading cultural Marxism and sending young men to die in the Sandbox because of something called “democracy.”

    • Alexander,

      How do you define “communist propaganda?” More importantly, what makes you think Ukraine is a “sovereign” nation? Also, how is Russia, and not Biden and his handlers, the “clear aggressor?”

      Honest questions.

  3. cynthia curran says

    Why does Carlson think Maine is a basket case its doing better than New York or Mass which have lost population while Maine gain it. Also, lots of folks have dumped NY and Mass and moved to Maine and work remote. Its also gain more in college the past decade than either New York or Mass but Tucker Carlson thinks its a basket case because of one poor rural area. Less poverty in Maine than New York. One reason why I’m not a TUcker Carlson fan since unlike what Carlson says Maine is not a basketcase and a hard core republican would not win there anyways, think of Susan Collins.

  4. George Michalopulos says
  5. The thing that the Western elites hate about Russia is that it is not communist anymore, but capitalist; and that it is not atheistic anymore (like them) and Orthodox Christian. The only communist propaganda left is coming out of DC or the CCP.

  6. I’m amazed they haven’t killed Tucker yet.

    • I’m not.
      He doesn’t say government or in-group secrets, and could be part of the structures like some media figures are. He isn’t proposing an economic model that undermines corporate power.

    • George Michalopulos says

      Me too. I’m surprised they haven’t killed The Golden Don yet for that matter.

  7. Michael Bauman says

    War is inevitable when a critical mass of citizens and decision makers (not leaders) think it is. What constitutes a critical mass is different in each situation.

    • This is precisely why the mass media expend so much time
      and so much effort to convince the masses that Putin and Russia are evil.

    • I think you’ve hit the nail on the head.

      As of now, Pres Macron of France has gone to Moscow and both he and Putin come to some kind of agreement. As for the Germans, they’ve denied the UK overflight rights.

      FWIW, all of the warmongers here in America have cleverly switched the casus belli: Now they’re all saying “We must prevent Putin from invading Ukraine.”

      Did you notice the change? Putin never wanted to invade the Ukraine. He just amassed 100,000+ troops on the border to make sure Ukraine doesn’t join NATO/EU. The State Dept/Talking Heads on TV have given themselves a face-saving way out of not initiating hostilities.

      • Christopher Keller says

        He just amassed 100,000+ troops on the border to make sure Ukraine doesn’t join NATO/EU.

        This has not aged well.

        • Gail Sheppard says

          Well, the troops never actually never left after the previous altercation with the Republic of Kazakhstan. The MSM didn’t play that up much. No hand ringing or anything.

          What does “this has not aged well” even mean?

          • Christopher Keller says

            Well, the troops never actually never left after the previous altercation with the Republic of Kazakhstan.

            This is news to me. Is there a source for this claim? Regardless, the notion that they were assembled at the border to “prevent” Ukraine from acting autonomously only makes sense as a threat, and evidently it is one they made good on, even before the supposed occasion of the threat could happen. It’s a pre-emptive invasion of (what Russia itself has previously acknowledged to be) a sovereign nation.

            The comment I replied to said “Putin never wanted to invade the [sic] Ukraine.” This was knowably false before the invasion, and is unquestionable now that he has, in fact, invaded.

            • Gail Sheppard says

              RE: “Well, the troops never actually never left after the previous altercation with the Republic of Kazakhstan.”

              By “left,” I meant “go home.”

              – “Sergey Shoigu, Russia’s defense minister, said the withdrawal from Kyrgyzstan was ongoing and would be completed by Jan. 19.” https://abcnews.go.com/International/russian-troops-begin-leaving-kazakhstan-government-restores-control/story?id=82243668

              – On Feb 3, “Russia’s military build-up in Belarus and along the Ukrainian border has continued unabated over the past 14 days” which means it started Jan. 18, one day after they left Kazakhstan. https://www.janes.com/defence-news/news-detail/russia-continues-military-build-up-on-ukrainian-border-analysis

              – “On February 24, 2022, Russia invaded Ukraine.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_the_2022_Russian_invasion_of_Ukraine


              RE: ” “Putin never wanted to invade the [sic] Ukraine.”

              Actually, what I said is Russia will not invade Ukraine. Ever.

              I do not think Russia invaded Ukraine still.

              You probably have to be an Orthodox Christian to understand the relationship between the two countries over the past millennium. They’re neighbors. They hold common genetics. Ukraine is probably 80% Russian Orthodox. Putin does not want to hurt his own people. But the Ukrainian government has become infested with some very bad people who are connected with some very bad people in the United States and Europe. Waiting even another minute might be too late.

              This was a defensive move on Russia’s part because of the biolabs, the Nazis, and the brutality exhibited toward the separatists, Donetsk, and Luhansk in the Donbas region of Ukraine. There have been other indignities, as well, like when the Nazis arranged for the purchase of the Russian Orthodox Church’s parishes, monasteries, and property through Poroshenski and Bartholomew.

  8. At some point people start asking themselves, “Who do they think they are fooling?” When every utterance coming from the western liberal establishment so transparently reeks of disinformation, conjuring, sh*t and games, there must come a saturation point where the people realize that the regimes here and in Wetsern Europe are lying at us as hard and fast as they can and therefore they cannot be trusted or indulged any longer. And it does not take that much objectivity to realize that the people and things they so desperately attempt to demonize might offer a palatable alternative to this incessant caravan of disingenuous, almost comical, gaslighting.

    Biden, Trudeau, the MSM, et al are doing everything they can to drive us into the loving arms of the Right out of sheer desperation. There’s that saying about quitting digging when you’re in a hole. Problem is, they are yoked with power until at least the midterms and the next presidential election so even though they’re spent, they have to keep creating the illusion that they’re delivering something to someone. I think France has an election in April, that may be a bellweather.

    Pretty soon, it’s going to be too ugly to watch. Really, I’ve passed the point. It’s only every day or two I tune in to see if the world is still spinning. Trying to focus on business in these trying times amap. Two things though: 1) many of us have been waiting for this for practically our entire lifetimes – i.e., the demise of Tammany. 2) it has the morbid draw of a car crash in that you get juiced from the shock value of the absurd, self-destructive spectacle.

    One should not take too much indulgence in schadenfreude and really I wish they would just get on with it and let the adults take charge, ending this long episode of Keystone Kops. No autopsy, no foul – but I would like to see a lot of the liberal leadership imprisoned given the damage – not so much out of revenge but for the love of justice and a deterrent to any recidivism.

    Oh, well, Lent is fast approaching and so we shall have other things to focus on.

  9. cynthia curran says

    Another thing Carlson is cheering on the Canadian truckers over American factory workers. Yup, hours have been cut in West Virginia or Alabama since the blockage. Both places work fo Toyota that can’t get the parts. Yup. Carlson is always wrong and why the right has kiss his rear end when the truckers ]could have just not show up to work less people’s hours would have been cut. In fact Carlson wrong again. Carlson favorite state is Maine that voted for Biden except one rural area and is the home of the big conservative Susan Collins, yet the Carlson takes Canadians over republican southerners in West Virginai or Alabama who could lose their jobs.

    • “Carlson is always wrong and why the right has kiss his rear end when the truckers ]could have just not show up to work less people’s hours would have been cut. …yet the Carlson takes Canadians over republican southerners in West Virginai or Alabama who could lose their jobs.”

      Let some Americans lose their jobs, as if they haven’t been for two years now from lockdowns and refusing to take the “vaccines.” The stakes in Canada, for all the English speaking countries and all the whole world are far too high.

      Trudeau’s Deputy PM Chrystia Freeland Says That They Are Making Emergency Act Powers Permanent:


      Freeland is on the World Economic Forum’s Board of Trustees, at the same time she’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance.

      WEF ‘Infiltration’: Rogan Redpilled, Canadian MP Cut Off For Asking – Accused Of Spreading “Disinformation”:


      “I have to say, when I mention now names, like Mrs. (Angela) Merkel and even Vladimir Putin, and so on, they all have been Young Global Leaders of the World Economic Forum … But what we are very proud of now is the young generation like Prime Minister (Justin) Trudeau … We penetrate the cabinets.”

      “So yesterday I was at a reception for Prime Minister Trudeau and I know that half of his cabinet, or even more than half of his cabinet, are actually Young Global Leaders.” -Klaus Schwab

      Other notable Young Global Leaders include: New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda “this will never end” Ardern, French President Emmanuel Macron, and other high ranking officials from Germany, Finland, Greece, the Netherlands and Denmark. It might even explain Pete Buttigieg’s odd success-to-competence ratio.

      Russian Biosecurity State Waiting for Donbass Evacuees With Sputnik, Rapid Tests and Quarantines:


      • Hate to credit a Leftist source, The Huffington Post, but they called it a long time ago.

        Why Canada Will Become a Dictatorship Under Trudeau (12/12/2014 12:59pm EST | Updated February 11, 2015)


        How else can one explain the police-enforced acclamation of Andrew Leslie as the Liberal candidate for Orleans? Even with hundreds of Liberals attending the meeting to show their support for another candidate (and former Trudeau leadership rival), it was clear from the beginning that Leslie was Trudeau’s hand-picked favourite, and certainly wouldn’t be stopped by pesky processes like “democracy.”

        Just the imagery of Trudeau’s chosen candidate being selected with police intervention is scary. It shows that Trudeau doesn’t just admire China’s dictatorship — he would practice one if he had the chance.

  10. This lecture is from over 6 years ago, but seems quite relevant right now. It is long, but the first 10 minutes and the last 5-10 minutes are quite fascinating. Basically explaining why the Ukrainian mess (as of 2015) is largely the West’s doing and everything Russia had done to that point should be no surprise. I doubt the current events would change his analysis at all.

    For the record – I didn’t watch the entire thing myself so he might have gone bonkers in the middle and I would not know. But the first and last parts seemed pretty reasonable.


  11. Perhaps the key to understanding what is going on in the Ukraine re Russia v. US is to bear in mind that although on the US side decisions and actions may end up being randomly generated from conflicting forces within the regime, Russians, in contrast, are perennially calculated. It is a cultural trait, especially of leadership.

    So when Putin issues a list of non-negotiables to the US and NATO at the same time as he engages in training and significant buildup on the Ukrainian border, right down to the blood in the field hospitals, yet the Russian government asserts that an invasion of Ukraine is not imminent as the West seems to be insisting must be the case, then there is a plan, a reason, why Putin is generating this front. And you can assume that the various contingencies regarding US and NATO reaction have been thought out in advance.

    What I’m saying is that this is a test.

    The Biden regime is a wild card if ever there were one. This is unsettling to Russians, especially Russian generals who are tasked with the defense of the Motherland. It is unsettling because toward the end of the Obama Administration, Biden himself threatened the specter of a nuclear exchange over the Russian hacking incident which the Russians knew at the time was a false flag on the US part. That is loose cannon behavior and deplorable judgment given what the Obama Administration must have known (Biden included) about Russian sensibilities.

    We see the same thing in the Afghanistan debacle. Billions of dollars of military equipment were willfully left behind by Milley under Biden’s orders on the stupid and erroneous meme that it is cheaper to leave it than transport it. That, combined with the completely irrational surrender of Bagram airbase and the withdrawal of the military while there were still thousands of Americans still in country, not to mention Afghan allies, would also be considered by the Russian high command and Putin as obvious evidence of political instability and incompetence in the US decision making process.

    But all that being the case, the truly operative question is whether this deranged animal of a regime has balls or not. And that may be what the test is calculated to measure. Russian generals might be apprehensive about the possibility of imminent aggression given the political instability. This little exercise may be Putin’s way of calming nerves among his warriors. It is a common conviction among people whose lives and careers depend on military matters that it is better to strike first if a war is inevitable. That would be the natural course of action were the US sincere in its assertions about Russian intentions. Yet the Russians are the only ones who are acting rationally at this point. They can do whatever they want on their own territory and give whatever impression they want for political purposes. If they believed a war was imminent, they would go ahead and strike. But they are openly insisting it is not, at least not from their side.

    Under these circumstances, circumstances created by Putin, if the US does not strike first then the RF and its generals will know for dead certain that the US under Biden is a paper tiger. That is very valuable information given the irrational behavior inside the Biden regime. Better to face a crazy tiger without balls.

    Now, all that being said, if Putin comes to the conclusion that he has carte blanche, he might decide to effectively annex the Donbass and the Novorossiya section of the Ukraine. I don’t think he would take any more than that. And it may be that he will not invade at all. But to take any more would be irrational given that Russia would then be responsible for the hostile population of the central and western Ukraine and the economic disaster that is its national economy.

    But what Putin can know from a US failure to strike first is that his hand is free to establish the security zone he seeks.

    • Gail Sheppard says

      If Russia goes into Ukraine, it will be to protect Ukraine from the West. They want to reunite with Ukraine and kick the 20% to 30% of those who call themselves “nationalists” out.

      Most of Ukraine supports Russia. They share the same culture and even the same language in many parts.

      Russia doesn’t hate Ukraine! They don’t like the money launderers and loose cannons in Ukraine: especially when they interfere with the Church. They are tired of the nationalists feeding off their former parishes.

      If there is a war, it will be the West’s fault. We should never have gone into Ukraine and supported hostile factions toward Russia. This isn’t about “religious freedom” as our State Department protends. It’s about NATO and the UN wanting to start a war with Russia and it will be the poor Ukrainians who get caught in the middle.

      Russia is there to mitigate what happens. If Biden wants a war, they’ll give us a war.

      I hope most of the people at his level are not that stupid. Russia would obviously have a “home” advantage. If I were Russia, I would be very hot under the collar about the State Department and the EP messing with a country so close to them where in some places, there are no borders.

      Say what you will, but the two most important things to Russia are the Church and its country, in that order. This includes Ukraine. Ukraine is “Little Russia” to them and they’re not going to let it go.

      It would be like someone trying to take Texas away from the United States! Texans whine about seceding from the nation but if someone from the outside touched a single hair under one of those ten-gallon hats, there would be hell to pay. They’re our Texas and no one can have them! (For being a Republic, we sure know how to circle the wagons.)

      So Russia will pursue Ukraine. Yes, Ukraine is a pain in the butt, but they’re Russia’s pain in the butt.

      • George Michalopulos says

        FWIW, a Ukrainian athlete at the Olympics held up a sign that said “No War in Ukraine!”

        Mark him down as someone who didn’t get NATO’s memo?

      • I think you mean: “Russia does [not] hate Ukraine!”

        • Gail Sheppard says

          I must have a mental block with “negatives.” I always omit the word “not.” I don’t even see it’s missing until it’s pointed out to me.

          Thank you!

          No. Russia absolutely does NOT hate Ukraine. Russia is going to sit there with all their tanks while Biden (whoever is playing him these days) gets his panties in a bunch as one deadline after another is missed. Russia has assured Ukraine that they’re not going to attack.

          When Russia does take back Ukraine it will be with flowers and chocolates and all the money launderers and the hard-core, war minded nationalists will have mysteriously disappeared.

      • Christopher Keller says

        What an awful statement, that the aggressive actions of Putin and his army will be the fault of a country which has done no such thing towards it. This is like blaming someone at a bar who gets beaten by a drunk because “he was looking at him funny”. Appalling, and deeply opposed to the foundations of international law, and of our faith!

        • Gail Sheppard says

          I have no clue what you mean by “blaming someone at a bar who gets beaten by a drunk because “he was looking at him funny.”

          Ukraine is pretty much owned by the West. Can you list 30 things the West has done in Ukraine that would make Russia uncomfortable with having them on his border?

          In addition, international law permits people to succeed from their countries, as Donetsk and Luhansk did from Ukraine in 2014. These Russian-speaking people have been brutalized by Nazi Ukrainians for their departure and Russia is standing up for them.

          Finally, the West has used Ukraine for all sorts of illegal activity.

          To suggest Ukraine has done nothing toward Russia, and frankly, toward the rest of the world is lunacy. A growing percentage of Nazis have even infiltrated our Church and through Bartholomew and his schismatic friends, they have stolen parishes, monasteries, and property from Russia.

          This is the Cuban Missle Crisis all over again only worse.

        • George Michalopulos says

          Mr Keller, Putin did not invade the Ukraine because “somebody looked at him funny.”

          There were several reasons, several of which I have elucidated.

          Having said that, as far as I’m concerned, the straw that broke the camel’s back and made the invasion justifiable, was the discovery of the biolabs. I’m sorry, first we were told there weren’t any. Then we were told that there may have been 8 or 11. Now we know that there are at least 25.

          Leaving aside the fact that after twenty years of being absolutely lied to about everything from WMDs in Iraq to the efficacy of masks/vaccines, why should we believe anything AT ALL that comes out of State or the Pentagon?

          We saw what the Kung Flu did to our nation. If I were Putin, I would look at these biolabs as an existential threat. Even more so than NATO. Sure, a lot of Ukrainians would be killed with the release of anthrax (or plague, SARS, etc) as these pathogens are carried on the wind to Russia but there could be no doubt that their intended target would be the Russian population.

          Just War theory needs to be updated to include the concept of Clear and Present Danger. If biowarfare labs are not a Clear and Present Danger, then nothing is.

          • Christopher Keller says

            first we were told there weren’t any

            Who said there weren’t any? I have only heard that they are much the same as a “standard” biolab. One may dislike the thought of there being labs out there that do research on dangerous viruses and bacteria, but their mere existence is at least not a surprise, and not inherently nefarious. How could one cure polio without studying polio?

            Leaving aside the fact that after twenty years of being absolutely lied to about everything from WMDs in Iraq to the efficacy of masks/vaccines, why should we believe anything AT ALL that comes out of State or the Pentagon?

            Even if one were to accept this (and there is not a single monolithic “State” or “Pentagon” way of doing things, just as there is not a single monolithic “the Media” or “the Elites” — it’s groups of humans that act like humans and often disagree, just the same as in a local city council or school board; it’s just that their sins & failings have more impact when it’s at higher levels) by what measure is Putin somehow more trustworthy? When did Soviet spies become more trustworthy than American civil servants? And if you don’t trust doctors, lawyers, administrative staffers, politicians, economists, intelligence agents & analysts, etc., from America — then you don’t love America & Americans, you only love your own personal idea of America. I think you have fallen victim to a species of what Dostoyevsky describes here:

            “The more I love humanity in general the less I love man in particular. In my dreams, I often make plans for the service of humanity, and perhaps I might actually face crucifixion if it were suddenly necessary. Yet I am incapable of living in the same room with anyone for two days together. I know from experience. As soon as anyone is near me, his personality disturbs me and restricts my freedom. In twenty-four hours I begin to hate the best of men: one because he’s too long over his dinner, another because he has a cold and keeps on blowing his nose. I become hostile to people the moment they come close to me. But it has always happened that the more I hate men individually the more I love humanity.”

            (Taken from https://www.orthodoxytoday.org/blog/2007/08/the-more-i-hate-men-individually-the-more-i-love-humanity/ )

            We saw what the Kung Flu did to our nation

            So wait, we’re admitting it really was a deadly virus? We’re done pretending it’s a “nothingburger”? That, at least, is good.

            • George Michalopulos says

              No, the hysteria that the Kung Flu did to our nation is what I am talking about.

              That said, just because COVID-19 was a particularly mild pathogen (0.26% mortality) doesn’t mean that the next pathogen released won’t be far more deadly.

              As for the biolabs, I can assure you that over one week ago, those of us who first picked up chatter about the biolabs were being told that this was an internet hoax, one engineered in the bowels of 4chan (like Pepe the Frog).

              One could have seen the obvious discomfort in Nuland’s demeanor when she was pressed on the matter by Sen Rubio.