Battle of the Dunce(s)…

Courtesy of The POSOTUS and ALL of you whom elected this abhorrence into office. This is ALL on you- and I won’t (at least in this post) discuss the horrendous job O’Biden and his regime (aka Ozbama’s third Kaiserreich) has done on the domestic front…

“The power of the American idea has been abandoned,” he said. “It’s a terrible shame, and we need somebody who can bring that to life again…. I think if we get Joe Biden, it’s gonna go a long way towards helping us regain our status around the world.” – Bruce Springsteen

Perhaps Bruce needs to rethink what he meant by “status”…

For those whom voted for this meat puppet because Trump was so wretched please note:

1) For the first time EVER the British Parliament UNANIMOUSLY declared our POSOTUS a POS.

Tom Tugendhat’s speech in UK Parliament received a rousing applause — something not usually allowed in the House of Commons — and also went viral.

“Like many veterans, this last week has seen me struggle through anger, grief and rage —through the feeling of abandonment of not just a country, but the sacrifice that my friends made,” said Tugendhat, whose military career saw him serve in Iraq and Afghanistan before he left the British Army in 2013.”

“To see (the US) commander-in-chief call into question the courage of men I fought with, to claim that they ran, is shameful. Those who have never fought for the colours they fly should be careful about criticising those who have.”

“So let us stop talking about forever wars. Let us recognise that forever peace is bought, not cheaply, but hard, through determination and the will to endure. The tragedy of Afghanistan is that we are swapping that patient achievement for a second fire and a second war.”

“This does not need to be defeat, but at the moment it damn well feels like it,” Tugendhat said of the situation in Afghanistan.

Theresa May, former Tory prime minister

“Was our intelligence really so poor, was our understanding of the Afghan government so weak, our knowledge of the position on the ground so inadequate? Or did we just feel we had to follow the US and hope that on a wing and a prayer it would be all right on the night? I am afraid that this has been a major setback for British foreign policy. We boast about global Britain, but where is global Britain on the streets of Kabul? A successful foreign policy strategy will be judged by our deeds, not by our words.”

Keir Starmer, Labour leader

“The British government were wrong and complacent, the prime minister was wrong and complacent and, when he was not rewriting history, the prime minister was displaying the same appalling judgment and complacency last week.”

Nusrat Ghani, Tory MP

“This has been catastrophic, cack-handed, cruel and humiliating. It is a watershed in the failure of the west … I need to understand how our intelligence has failed, how the imagination of those providing the intelligence has failed, and if we’re relying on this intelligence going forward, how can we be sure that they know to do the right thing?”

Caroline Lucas, Green party MP

“We have to do whatever we can now to honour our promise to the people of Afghanistan. And that starts with fixing our failed refugee and asylum seeker system. For all the hand-wringing of government ministers in the past few days the reality is that their actions over the past few months have left thousands of ordinary Afghans in terrible danger.”

Iain Duncan Smith, former Tory leader

“The chaotic, ghastly departure, the way that people were falling off aircraft in their determination to get away, and the helicopters shipping people out, say terrible things about the values that we hold and those we wish to protect. This is a shame on all of us, not just America, but also the whole of Nato and here for us in this house.”

Yvette Cooper, Labour chair of home affairs committee

“One [Afghan organisation] has told me that a woman who worked on the UK aid programme for three years and is now in hiding in Kabul has said this weekend: ‘Only three weeks ago one of my neighbours told me that when they come he would tell them who I am and who my family is. A couple of days ago, a strange man told me in the streets: ‘I know where you work and who you are.’”

Dan Jarvis, Labour MP

“Many of us who served in Afghanistan have a deep bond of affection for the Afghan people, and I had the honour of serving alongside them in Helmand. We trained together, fought together and, in some cases, died together. They were our brothers in arms. I shudder to think where those men are now. Many will be dead, and I know others now consider themselves to be dead men walking. Where were we in their hour of need? We were nowhere. That is shameful, and it will have a very long-lasting impact on Britain’s reputation right around the world.”

Joe Biden’s humiliating indifference towards the UK over Afghanistan shows how inconsequential we are

By Peter Mandelson

There is a big question for Britain hanging over President Joe Biden’s Afghan scuttle and so far the only person I have heard pose it is Tom Tugendhat, the outspoken Conservative chair of the Commons Foreign Affairs Select Committee when he asked: is British foreign policy now entirely made in Washington?

…Who knows what Boris Johnson would have said had he been asked but we can hazard a guess. Afghanistan and its people do not feature in his weekly polling and focus group reports and therefore have no place on his agenda. But even more seriously for “global Britain” is the fact that any possible British reservation or residual moral obligation felt by us towards the Afghan people did not even warrant a phone call being put through to America’s closest ally and fellow combatant from the White House switchboard…

…The way that Britain has been humiliated by Biden’s indifference should bring home to Whitehall’s foreign policy makers just how inconsequential we have become. Johnson and his absentee foreign secretary, Dominic Raab, like to claim that the foreign policy multiplier we have forfeited as a result of our departure from the European Union will be offset by our historic bond with the mighty United States…

…That illusion has been shattered by the contempt that Biden has shown for us, along with America’s other allies, in Afghanistan. This should serve as a major wake up call for all those concerned about how Britain intends to prosecute its international role and influence in the future. Far from America “being back” and ready to give renewed leadership to the western alliance, Biden seems more content to plough his own furrow regardless of the views and interests of America’s allies. This is a huge disappointment to those of us who believe there is an enduring Western identity of interest and values which, out of a concern for both our collective security and sense of humanity, we need to fight for, ultimately by using force if necessary…

2) The leftist founder of Twitter has allowed the Taliwackers to maintain an account to which they troll the POSOTUS by eating ice cream cones.

3) This absolute and complete debacle in Afghanistan – Americans are being brutalized, Afghanies that helped us are being murdered. The Taliwackers have our armaments to now use against us and our allies.

Biden delivers remarks on Afghanistan as panic grips Kabul airport

‘No matter when it started, when we began. It would have been true if we had started a month ago, or a month from now. There is no way to evacuate this many people without pain and loss and heartbreaking images you see on television.’

Austin contradicts Biden, says Americans have been ‘beaten’ by the Taliban

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin told lawmakers Friday that Americans trying to leave Afghanistan have been beaten by Taliban fighters, according to several people who participated in a briefing call with Austin and other top officials.

Austin’s remarks to House members appeared to directly contradict President Joe Biden’s assessment from minutes earlier, in which Biden said the U.S. was not aware of Americans having trouble getting through Taliban checkpoints and to the airport in Kabul — the only evacuation point in the country that is not controlled by the Taliban.

During the briefing call, Austin called the reports of Taliban beatings “unacceptable,” but did not elaborate on efforts to ensure Americans’ safe passage to Hamid Karzai International Airport in Afghanistan’s capital city. He specifically declined to “rule in or out” the possibility of U.S. troops moving beyond the airport to help Americans and others get to safety.

“We’re also aware that some people, including Americans, have been harassed and even beaten by the Taliban,” Austin said on the call, according to multiple sources. “This is unacceptable and [we] made it clear to the designated Taliban leader.”

4) The Chi-com are capitalizing on the POSOTUS’ failure (now that they will most certainly gain control of Afghanistan) are publicly calling Taliwacker Joe a “laughingstock”.

Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said the United States withdrawal from Afghanistan was “a laughingstock,” during a daily press conference on Aug. 19, as part of Beijing’s propaganda campaign to leverage the crisis to attack the United States.

Islamist terrorist group Taliban swept across Afghanistan and took over the capital Kabul as the U.S. troops withdrew from where the forces had been stationed since 2001.

Although the evacuation marks an end to the years of U.S. casualties in the Middle Eastern country, the decision has come under harsh criticism—and China seized the opportunity to put up the pressure.

In response to a reporter’s remark about “China is laughing at the U.S.” during the conference, spokesperson Hua said, “Isn’t this a laughingstock in itself?”

Hua said that some U.S. media and individuals “habitually” take every opportunity to shift blame, suggesting that the United States has failed Afghanistan.

“As to whether the United States’ Afghanistan policy is a failure and whether U.S. allies still think it is reliable and credible, people have their fair judgment,” she said.

Meanwhile, China’s state-run media and diplomats have also been working on a prospective friendship with the Taliban.

Why the friendship?

Many think that the Chi-com want to align with The Taliban in Afghanistan because of the Heroin. Perhaps seeing as how big pharma would pay a lot for that, but that’s a small drop in the bucket. Afghanistan holds beyond three trillion dollars is Rare Earth Metals consisting of copper, lithium, talc, marble, gold, uranium, rare gems, gas and oil.

5) No Enemy has EVER done this to America, befouled Iwo Jima’s eternal sacrifice, whilst wearing our equipment.

Until the POSOTUS.

He and you, ALL of you whom voted him into office have betrayed all Americans…alive and dead.


This O’Biden Kaiserreich has demonstrated complete and utter contempt for not only our citizens here and abroad (civilians and the military) but with the one action of cowardice has put us ALL in danger. Gone are the days of “talk softly and carry a big stick”. The POSOTUS has alienated our allies and his regime’s “wokeness” have made us look weak, no longer the global power that we once were. WE the People can no longer be quiet – the bear has to wake the fuck up!

That being said, I propose the following Dylan Thomas poem as our rallying cry. We can no longer be quiet. We can longer tolerate the leftist agenda. We can no longer hope and pray this evilness will be righted and justice served.

Do not go gentle into that good night…

Dylan Thomas – 1914-1953

Do not go gentle into that good night,
Old age should burn and rave at close of day;
Rage, rage against the dying of the light.

Though wise men at their end know dark is right,
Because their words had forked no lightning they
Do not go gentle into that good night.

Good men, the last wave by, crying how bright
Their frail deeds might have danced in a green bay,
Rage, rage against the dying of the light.

Wild men who caught and sang the sun in flight,
And learn, too late, they grieved it on its way,
Do not go gentle into that good night.

Grave men, near death, who see with blinding sight
Blind eyes could blaze like meteors and be gay,
Rage, rage against the dying of the light.

And you, my father, there on the sad height,
Curse, bless, me now with your fierce tears, I pray.
Do not go gentle into that good night.
Rage, rage against the dying of the light.

We The People, WE WILL NOT go gentle into that good night!

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