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From Whence The Fine Tuned Universe

General Ideas

The case that the universe is fine-tuned has been made convincingly by many of the giants of physics, including Leonard Mlodinow, Luke Barnes, Geraint Lewis, Leonard Susskind, Robin Collins, Paul Davies, Martin Rees, John Barrow, John Leslie, Alan Guth, Brian Green, Roger Penrose, the late Stephen Hawking, and many others.

However, there are still a small minority of physicists, and cosmologists, perhaps ten percent or so, who have reservations about declaring the universe fine-tuned. Why? Well, Lawrence Krauss, in his book, “A Universe From Nothing”, page 124, tells us there are only two conclusions one can draw concerning the origin of the universe:

One, drawn by Newton himself, and earlier espoused by Galileo and a host of other scientists over the years, was that such order was created by a divine intelligence responsible not only for the universe but also for our own existence and that we human beings were created in her image (and apparently other complex and beautiful beings were not!).

Notice that Krauss is referring to the Biblical God here. The “her” instead of He, is just a bit of sarcasm on his part. But the “in her image” is a definite reference to the God of the Bible. (Genesis 1:27)

Whether they realize it or not that, that is the primary reason that those who still deny the very obvious fine-tuning of the universe do so. That is, it lends credence to the Bible banging Christians who declare that the fine-tuned universe proves, not that some kind of creator exists, but that their version of God exists. That is an old man who sits on a throne in the sky and sends fire and brimstone, worldwide floods, or genocide to kill all the evil people on earth and will torture forever all those who do not believe all that bullshit.

And that is also the reason so many cosmologists who realize they cannot deny the obvious, opt for a thing called “The Multiverse”. That is, if there are trillions of trillions of universes, odds are, one of them would have all the laws, particles, and constants that would be just right to create the universe as we know it. As Martin Rees so bluntly put it, concerning the multiverse, “It gets rid of God”.

Dr. Krauss’ second conclusion: “It is the laws themselves are all that exist. These laws themselves require the universe to come into existence, to develop and evolve, and we are irrevocable by the product of these laws. The laws may be eternal, or they too may have come into existence, again by some yet unknown but possible purely physical process.”

That is a remarkable conclusion. Who or what wrote those laws? They just popped out of nothing or were caused by some physical process that just popped out of nothing. I get back to that later but now back to God.

The problem is that the idea that the universe might have been created by some kind of conscious entity has been hijacked by organized, primarily fundamentalist, religion. Their logic goes something like this.

“Science has determined that the universe had a beginning. They call it ‘The Big Bang’. Nothing happens without a cause. Therefore, God caused the Big Bang. God tells us exactly how he did it in the Bible. Though this not absolute proof of the existence of the Biblical God, it certainly lends credence to Him and His book, the Holy Bible.”

Of course, it does nothing of the sort. The Big Bang theory no more supports the god Yahweh than it supports any other god, be it Thor, Zeus or Poseidon. In fact, the Big Bang theory, and how the universe evolved billions of years later, completely contradicts almost every detail in the Genesis creation myth.

That being said, I will make no further attempt to debunk any religion created by man. That has been done over and over again by men from Thomas Payne to Richard Dawkins and hundreds in between. And largely to no avail. Those who hold dogmatic religious beliefs are well beyond logic or reason so I will make no attempt to use those tools to convince them of anything.

Here is perhaps the most important point when dealing with epistemology, that is why people believe what they believe. When one accepts any dogmatic world view, be it anything from Christianity to Naturalism, they already believe they know the absolute truth. And if you are already in possession of absolute truth, you will refuse even to examine any evidence that contradicts your dogma. Any evidence that contradicts your worldview would be not worth your valuable time to examine. If anyone tries to present to you any such evidence, just give them the bum’s rush and move on.

Okay, back to the fine-tuning argument. First, a very brief explanation of what is meant by the fine-tuned universe. First, there are the forces of nature. There is the gravitational force, the electromagnetic force, the strong nuclear force, and the weak nuclear force. If any of these four forces were only slightly different then the universe as we know it would not exist. Lately, there has been the addition of another force, dark energy. More on that force later.

Then there are the constants of nature. Here are just a few of them.

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But there are at least two dozen more such as the resonance of the carbon atom. Fred Hoyle figured out it has to be exactly what it is, else there would not be enough hydrogen created in stellar nucleosynthesis or way too much hydrogen and not enough oxygen.

And third, there are the initial conditions of everything created at the Big Bang. Initially, in the first fraction of a millionth of a second, there were only quark and gluon plasma. Then there formed, from this plasma, protons, and neutrons. The mass of the neutron had to slightly greater than the proton else all protons would have quickly decayed into neutrons and that would have been the end of everything.

But we have hardly gotten started. Out of all, this would spring all the other elementary particles of nature. There are seventeen of them, counting the recently discovered Higgs Boson.

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I have noticed that virtually all fine-tuning arguments, pro, and con, seem to totally ignore the elementary particles of nature. It is just assumed that they all just popped out of nothing and only the constants of nature are argued. But it is my argument that the elementary particles are an integral part of the debate. After all, how many possible subatomic particles could there be that is not an up quark with two-thirds the charge of the electron but in the opposite direction? The obvious answer is there is an infinite number of possible other subatomic particles that are not an up quark with all the characteristics it has. And ditto for all the other subatomic particles. And all these particles, as fine-tuned as they all are, with the exact charge and mass they possess, just popped out of nothing either at or shortly after, the Big Bang.

There are two other very important facets of the fine-tuning debate, dark matter and dark energy.

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Dark Matter

As you can see from the diagram above, dark matter and dark energy, combined, make up from 95 to 96 percent of everything created at the instant of the Big Bang. Estimates of both vary by one or two percent, but all estimates are very close. And the stars, planets and stuff we can see make up less than one percent of the total universe. The rest of the ordinary matter is intergalactic gas.

But what is dark matter? Well, we don’t really know. But we do know what it does and how it behaves. The only thing dark matter has in common with ordinary matter is that it has gravitational properties. It causes galaxies in galactic clusters to move much faster than they would otherwise. It bends light around the galactic clusters and causes “Einstein Rings” around the clusters. And it holds stars within their galaxy and causes them to rotate much faster around the galactic center than they should according to Newtonian principles.

Computer models have shown that galaxies are created when dark matter merges and clumps together. In other words, without dark matter, there would be no galaxies, no planets, and no life. However, this dark matter is nothing like ordinary matter. It has no electrical or magnetic properties. It will not reflect or absorb light. But most importantly it will not mix with ordinary matter. If it would mix then four-fifths of stars would be dark matter, which would not fuse and produce energy in the process. Stars would not burn if they were a mostly dark matter. And the dark matter will not clump together with itself. Else dark matter would form clumps like stars and black holes. No, dark matter particles, if it is a particle, must repel themselves from other dark matter particles if they get too close together. Dark matter must remain as a cloud or halo around galaxies but never form clumps as ordinary matter does to form stars. In other words, dark matter is itself extremely fine-tuned.

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The above is Arvin Ash’s depiction of dark matter. Some physicists and cosmologists may have a different concept of how dark matter clouds form around galaxies. But the important takeaway is there would be no galaxies without dark matter. Dark matter, though created at the Big Bang, would have no role to play until 300 to 500 million years after the Big Bang, when the first galaxies were formed.

Approximately 73% of everything created at the Big Bang was dark energy. According to Einstein’s equation, E = mc², matter, and energy are basically the same thing. So dark energy makes up almost three-fourths of the mass/energy of the universe.

Cosmologists tell us that the amount of dark energy in the universe is critical. The value is known as lambda, (λ), is extremely small when measured in Planck units. It is .000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000138 That is a decimal point followed by 123 zeros and a 138. If it were 122 zeros then 1, or ten times stronger, the universe would fly apart before stars would have had time to form. Or if it were 124 zeros, 10 times weaker, then the universe would have collapsed back on itself before stars would have had time to form.

The Big Bang seemed to plan ahead. All the important stuff, the formation of stars, galaxies, and the explosion of the large first-generation stars that would spread every natural element in the periodic table throughout the galaxies, would not happen for almost a billion years later. But the seed, that is the recipe, for all that sprang into existence, apparently from nothing, in the first few seconds of the Big Bang.

That the universe is fine-tuned is a real no-brainer. It is such a no-brainer that almost every physicist and cosmologist in the business now admits it. But they are almost all atheists who loathe admitting any kind of supernational entity into their theory of how the universe came into being. So, they have an out, the Multiverse.

Even the very few outright deniers of the fine-tuned universe, Sean Carroll, Lawrence Krauss, and the late Victor Stenger all still opt for the multiverse as an explanation for fine-tuning. Dr. Stenger, on page 227 of his book “The Fallacy of Fine Tuning” writes:

“Modern cosmology strongly suggests, although it does not prove, the existence of multiple universes in a greater system called the multiverse. If they exist, multiple universes provide a no-brainer solution to the fine-tuning problem by way of the weak anthropic principle. There are many universes out there with different parameters, and we just happen to be in the one with those parameters that allowed our kind of life to evolve.”

So, there you have it. Almost every cosmologist on the planet, who is not a theist, opts for the multiverse as an explanation for the fine-tuning of the universe. (One, Sabine Hossenfelder, does not, but she has another story that I will not cover in this essay.)

However, the multiverse fails miserably as a fine-tuning explanation. It has a very obvious fatal flaw which when you see it, it will knock you over with its simplicity. I will start with Dr. Brian Green’s multiverse fine-tuning explanation.

In an enthralling Ted Talk, “Is our universe the only universe?”, Dr. Green deals with the unlikely event that the cosmological constant would be so fine-tuned in our universe. He says that there is an infinite number of universes out there. He displays the number, a decimal point followed by 123 zeros then 138. Anyway, he says one of the infinite numbers of universes just has to have the correct universal constant to keep the universe from flying apart or collapsing on itself. And we find ourselves in just that one. Fine-tuning problem solved. We just won the infinite lottery, that’s all.

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The above is Dr. Green’s example of random cosmological constants. The top one is the correct one, the rest are all failed universes.

But there is a hole in this theory you could drive a truck through. First, let me introduce you to the infinite number lottery. Suppose you were asked to write a number, from zero to infinity on a lottery ticket. And you are told there exists a winning number, also from zero to infinity. What is your chance of winning? Well, virtually zero. But if an infinite number of people played that lottery, someone could possibly win.

However, one number is not enough. There are at least fifty laws, constants, and particles and you must get them all correct, on the same drawing. You must draw, from an infinite number of possibilities, fifty times and draw a winning number every time. The odds against you winning would be1times10 to infinity, times infinity, times infinity, at least fifty times. Not just one time as Dr. Green proposes.

But just sit back and think about what the multiverse advocates are proposing. That is, it is reasonable to believe that trillions of trillions of universes just pop out of nothing. And it is reasonable to believe that they will all have the same particles and laws that this universe has. And they claim that only the value of constants could vary. But out of almost an infinite number of universes, one of them will get lucky and have all the correct constants, all in the same universe, come out just right.

That is an absurd assumption on every level. But they believe all that bullshit just to avoid the possibility that some kind of conscious entity started it all. And it is driven by this bullheaded dogma that they cannot yield an inch to the theists. They must get rid of the idea that some kind of intelligence started the whole thing. If they would only realize that this conscious entity, this god-like being, or whatever you might choose to call it, need bear no resemblance to any theist’s idea of God. It no more supports the Christian God than it supports the God of the Aztecs. Both gods were created in the mind of man in times when all acts of nature like floods or volcanic eruptions were explained as acts of their personal god.

Philosopher Dr. Jason Waller, in what I consider the very best book ever published on the subject, “Cosmological Fine-Tuning Arguments”, points out that there are really only three possible explanations as to the origin of the universe.

1.   Brute fact

2.   Multiverse

3.   Minimal theism*

*By “minimal theism” he explains he means “god-like-thing”.

Having already dealt with the multiverse hypothesis, I will try to now deal with the brute fact hypothesis.

Brute fact means that it just is. That the universe just exists as a brute fact, no explanation is necessary. Naturalists and theoretical physicist, Dr. Sean Carroll, in an interview in, put it this way: “There is certainly no reason to think that there was something that ‘caused’ it; the universe can just be.”

Nowhere in science is this explanation accepted for the existence of any other type of phenomena, yet Dr. Carroll posits it here as if it were a perfectly logical explanation.

I will compare Dr. Carroll’s theory to that of William Paley who theorized that if you were walking in a meadow and came upon a watch lying in the grass, you would not assume that the watch just appeared from nothing, you would theorize it was designed and created by a watchmaker. Paley was referring to the human body. It is so well designed that it had to have been created by a creator.

This position was countered, very effectively, by Richard Dawkins in his book, “The Blind Watchmaker”. Dawkins explained how the human body, along with every other living thing in the world evolved. The blind watchmaker was evolution. And I agree. I am emphatic in my opinion that anything that can be explained by evolution should be explained by evolution. Evolution is a hard fact. There is no need to imply that there exists any kind of intelligent design in the evolution of life. Yes, the DNA molecule is extremely complex. But DNA had over three billion years to evolve.

But the universe did not evolve. According to the Big Bang theory, the very fine-tuned universe just poppedout of nothing. It would be beyond absurdity to assume that Paley’s fine-tuned watch just popped uncaused out of nothing. So why is it less absurd to assume that the fine-tuned universe just popped, uncaused, out of nothing?

The question is, was the universe caused, and if so, what caused it? Or was the universe uncaused, did it just pop uncaused out of nothing? This is not a scientific question, since neither can be proved or falsified by science. This is a philosophical question. Neither science nor philosophy can prove either that the universe is just a brute fact or that its existence was caused. But philosophy can help us decide which is most probable.

But first, we must deal with what I call “The Dawkins Objection.” Richard Dawkins has claimed that accepting that the universe “just happened” is more probable than believing that it was created by God. That is because, even though the universe is fine-tuned, any type of god would have to be even more fine-tuned. Therefore, he claims, that it is more likely that the universe just popped out of nothing than a fine-tuned god just popped out of nothing.

It is my contention that this is not the case. There is no reason to insist that this, to use Dr. Waller’s term, “god-like-thing” just popped into existence with full knowledge and ability to create the universe. While it is true that something had to come, uncaused, into existence, or always existed, I have no way of knowing which, but it did not have to, from the beginning, have the knowledge nor the ability to create the universe. It could have gained knowledge and ability over almost eternity it would have existed. That is, it could have evolved.

Of course, this is all just philosophical musings. There is not, nor can there be, any hard proof of any of this. But my point is that it is far more probable that some kind of god-like thing gradually came into existence than a fully fine-tuned universe just popped into existence out of nothing.

But why is this important? Why should we believe that it is likely that some god-like thing started it all? Well, there are two very important reasons. And the second reason is, by far, the most important.

1.   It is what a preponderance of evidence supports.

2.   There is a purpose behind our existence.

Make no mistake, I am not implying that the purpose behind existence is “us” earthlings. Not by a long shot. Though earth-like planets are likely extremely rare in the universe. Perhaps only 1 of every 100 billion stars there orbits an earthlike planet. By the latest estimates, there are likely 1 x 10 to the 24th stars in the universe. If only 1 out of every 100 billion stars has a planet where life could evolve, then there would still be 10 trillion planets that would permit the evolution of life.

But why, why, why are so many of the highly educated academia so opposed to accepting the concept that some kind of conscious being was responsible for the formation of the universe? It is because of their concept of the word “God”. No, it is not Dr. Jason Waller’s “god-like-thing” that they oppose. It is the God of the Bible that irks their emotions. No, there was no worldwide flood, there was no Adam and Eve, there was no Jesus who will save your soul and whose daddy will burn you in hell forever and forever if you don’t believe it. No, they say, don’t come here with your God bullshit, we know it is a crock and that settles it.

It is a psychological thing. The biblical concept of God has been pounded into their heads since they were babies. God is, whether they realize it or not, etched into their psyche as the God of the Bible. And that is what pops into their heads at any mention of the word. Their brains have been poisoned by fundamentalist religion.

Here is Victor Stinger’s dedication page from his book, “The Fallacy of Fine-Tuning: Why the universe is Not Designed for Us”

To Christopher Hitchens,

Whose courage and brilliance I esteem

And whose friendship I treasure.

I am a fan of the late Christopher Hitchens as well. But the God Hitchens assails is clearly the biblical God and bears no resemblance to any kind of conscious being, or god-like thing that may have created the universe.

The “God & Cosmology” debate between Sean Carroll and William Lane Craig is a perfect example. Carroll puts the debate as a debate between “Naturalism vs. Theism”. The theism that Carroll assails is of course the same theism that Craig champions, Biblical theism. If God did it, Carroll stresses, the universe would be kind and perfect and not the mess we see today. After all, the Biblical God is omnibenevolent and omnipotent and therefore would have only created a perfect loving universe.

You can easily prove that any type of being does not exist if you are the one describing the qualities it would have if it did exist.

It is just so easy to be an atheist. Shooting down the God of the Bible is like shooting fish in a barrel. I did it for half a century and it was such damn fun. But I will not engage in any more of that hilarity here. It has already been done by Thomas Paine, Christopher Hitchens, Richard Dawkins, Robert Ingersoll, and hundreds of others. Dogma, set as in concrete when a child, is almost impossible to remove as an adult.

For the scientific world, and even the philosophical world, the problem is, the biblical concept of God has poisoned and will continue to poison, any philosophical concept of a deity. Any mention of Dr. Waller’s “god-like-thing” and the reaction is, “that smells of religion”. The reaction is then the same as that of Luther, to “shut your eyes and stop your ears for nothing else needs to be seen or heard”. Religion poisons everything.


It is the naturalists’ position that the universe is just a brute fact. That our extremely fine-tuned universe could just pop, uncaused, out of nothing is, on the face of it, absurd. And the concept of the multiverse fails miserably as an explanation for how the universe began. That leaves us with only one option, some kind of “conscious entity” or “god-like-thing” that started it all. At least this has to be the most probable conclusion. Of course, that is only a philosophical conclusion as a scientific proof is impossible.

But if one does accept that the universe was created by some kind of conscious entity, then it seems obvious that it, (sorry but there is no pronoun for a genderless being), did it for a purpose.

That is, it strongly suggests that the universe has a purpose.

As to what that purpose is, we can only speculate. Perhaps we are destined to become perpetual seekers, always searching for the meaning of life, always advancing our knowledge, but never arriving at any final answer. However, we should always continue our search. To quote Socrates, “The unexamined life is not worth living”.

That search is ongoing at the University of Virginia, School of Medicine, Division of Perceptual Studies.

There are several other universities and private organizations with similar programs.

While most people are very comfortable with one kind of dogma or another dominating their worldview, there are still many who are not.

Ron Patterson

Peak Oil Barrel

148 Comments on "From Whence The Fine Tuned Universe"

  1. Biden's hairplug on Tue, 16th Nov 2021 6:32 am 

    “dont come here at all anymore waste of time”

    Mind the step of the way out!

  2. Hello on Tue, 16th Nov 2021 7:24 am 

    >>> right propaganda

    I’d rather be right than wrong

  3. dissident on Tue, 16th Nov 2021 7:58 am 

    These arrogant twits never ask the question seriously if their theories are wrong. They assume that they are true even without any substantial empirical support. This is particularly grotesque when it comes to the cosmological constant. GR has not been proven to be the ultimate truth and the vaunted tests that were propagated through newspapers in the early 1900s can be satisfied by an infinite number of theories. Estimates of the quantum zero point fluctuation energy are simply voodoo. Note that they are estimates and not measurements and that is because we know diddley squat about them.

  4. Duncan Idaho on Tue, 16th Nov 2021 10:08 am 

    “People who persist in seeing Trump as a somewhat benign clown, no worse than the usual president, have their heads buried in the sand. The Republican Party is ultimately responsible for this mess but they really hit the jackpot with Donald Trump. It’s hard to imagine they could have ever found anyone else as aggressively narcissistic, ignorant and pathologically dishonest, and that’s what supercharged their descent into authoritarianism. It’s here.”

    I agree, the Fat Boy is truly a piece of work—

  5. Hello on Tue, 16th Nov 2021 10:55 am 

    >>> The Republican Party is ultimately responsible for this mess

    You worshipping Brandon? You a white-guilter, or a negro, or just old-school stupid?

  6. Duncan Idaho on Tue, 16th Nov 2021 12:04 pm 

    US Deaths in Wars & Pandemics:
    COVID Pandemic: 761,980
    US Civil War: 750,000
    1918 Flu Pandemic: 675,000
    WWII: 405,399
    WWI: 116,516
    1968 Pandemic: 100,000
    Vietnam: 58,220
    Korean War: 36,574
    Operation Iraqi Freedom: 4,418
    Persian Gulf War: 2,586

  7. makati1 on Tue, 16th Nov 2021 2:59 pm 

    Mick, then go away if you don’t like the neighborhood. Amerika is going down and the left/right show is for the serfs. Democracy never existed in the US. Never. You obviously don’t think. No loss.

    BTW: Are you waiting in line for your 5th GMO-JAB? LOL

  8. makati1 on Tue, 16th Nov 2021 3:01 pm 

    Hello, your ignorance is showing…again.

  9. makati1 on Tue, 16th Nov 2021 3:05 pm 

    Duncan, if the US survives the senile zombie in the Whitehouse and his airhead VP, Trump will be back. Be patient.

    But then, the Dems are doing a great job of destroying what is left of Amerika. I think they will have their teeth pulled in the midterms but the damage will be done.

  10. Duncan Idaho on Tue, 16th Nov 2021 6:42 pm 

    The Gaetz-adjacent Florida sleaze investigation pops two more dirtbags

  11. Biden’s hairplug on Tue, 16th Nov 2021 10:34 pm 

    It’s land under in Vancouver:

    Are you ok, apneaman?

    The place is named after the Dutch small city of Coevorden, a name equivalent to the English Oxford: a place were cows or oxes can wade through the river.

    How are the cows doing these days, apneaman/famousdr? Can YOU wade through Hongcouver?

  12. Biden’s hairplug on Tue, 16th Nov 2021 10:51 pm 

    Biden considering a diplomatic boycott of the Beijing Olympics:

    “Biden administration weighing how to approach Beijing Winter Olympic Games“

    …from which you can safely conclude that his recent Zoom meeting with Xi went absolutely nowhere.

    And besides, given the dark complexion of the current US population, the US never does very well at the winter Olympics and is always beaten by far smaller nations with mountains, like Norway and Canada and during the last two times, Dutch flatlanders almost overtook the US as well.

    Ten years ago, some Dutch took the initiative to study if the Netherlands could build a mountain of its own in order to create a skying culture and finally beat the US and everybody else in the medal table:

    It turned out though that such a mountain in swamp Holland would push the groundwater upwards through the pavement in Amsterdam and not much was ever heard about it since. Perhaps we can rent a mountain from the Swiss.

    “Peak of Insanity? Dutch Dream of Building Artificial Mountain”

  13. Biden's hairplug on Wed, 17th Nov 2021 2:10 am 

    “Caitlin Johnstone: Why is Australia so desperate to wind up China? It won’t end well”

    “Molan makes the ridiculous argument that if Australia does not commit to defending Taiwan from the mainland then it won’t be long before they can expect a Chinese invasion at home, as though there’s any line that could be drawn between the resolution to a decades-old Chinese civil war and China deciding to invade a random continent full of white foreigners thousands of miles away.”

    Sorry Caitlin, but this fear isn’t so unfounded. Especially not if the Australian establishment falls into the trap of teaming up with the US and UK in an effort to keep Taiwan out of the hands of Beijing, exactly what Malcolm Fraser warned against:

    “America: Australia’s Dangerous Ally”

    The US and UK can and will run after a defeat of both in East-Asia, a defeat which is almost certain, but vast and empty Australia can’t run and is delivering the pretext to China to come after Australia in case of an Anglo military defeat. It will end badly indeed, as you say. Perhaps the Chinese will leave the southern edge of Australia to the Anglos, if they are lucky.

    “Paul Keating, the Last Australian Elder Statesman”

  14. Biden's hairplug on Wed, 17th Nov 2021 2:11 am 

    “EU must choose between Ukraine or Russian gas – UK PM Johnson”

    We have chosen BoJo, it is going to be Russian gas.

  15. Dick on Wed, 17th Nov 2021 5:30 am 


  16. Biden's hairplug on Wed, 17th Nov 2021 6:11 am 

    Living in the years of the US empire was very comfortable indeed, albeit a bit boring, perhaps, there is only so many episodes of Seinfeld you can stomach.

    It looks however that “history is about to return”, thereby ending Fukuyama’s “End of History”, which merely lasted 3 decades:

    Francis Fukuyama, a Beltway figure, thought that the US empire was forever, the Romans had the same line of thought.

    But life is going to be extremely interesting shortly, in a Chinese sense of the word, like peak oil and peak gas now happening in earnest:

    “Risk of UK power cuts this winter has increased, says National Grid”

    “Could the UK face blackouts this winter due to soaring energy prices?”

    Add to that a very cold winter and Corona biting hard and Modernity will look rather old, all of a sudden.

  17. Biden's hairplug on Wed, 17th Nov 2021 7:56 am 

    The world is waiting for the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict:

    Rittenhouse is on trial for man-slaughter of a Joseph Rosenbaum, not exactly a Christian and after that, a leftist Anthony M. Huber.

    Not sure what white supremacy has got to do with it, as all involved are white (in America jews count as whites, not as what they really are: Turks).

    Borat & 9/11:

    Did you see a white guy? No, Borat is a Turk = Khazar = askhenazim = jew.

    This trial is yet another opportunity for major social unrest, but probably not yet the Big One. That one will happen after the South China Sea event.

  18. Duncan Idaho on Wed, 17th Nov 2021 11:28 am 

    “Let the capitalists who keep on investing in the fire know that their properties will be trashed. We are the investment risk.”
    – Andreas Malm, from How to Blow Up a Pipeline

  19. makati1 on Wed, 17th Nov 2021 6:18 pm 

    The EU is committing suicide by Green-wash. Only stupid people would deliberately destroy their energy system and then freeze to death when the temperature is a bit cold. Idiots!

    But then, Biden is pushing the US to do the same stupidity and is now begging OPEC to save his dirty, delusional ass. They gave him the finger and I cheered!

  20. FamousDrScanlon on Wed, 17th Nov 2021 10:39 pm 

    clog, I noticed when he came into the courtroom Kyle was walking funny – from picking up soap in the shower. Also, when the camera zoomed in on Kyles pretty little face the stretch marks around Kyles mouth are unmistakable.

    I think Kyle’s addicted to giant nigger cock & nigger cum.

    I think Kyle wants to spend his life in jail as the nigger gang’s fuck-toy-cum-dump.

  21. Biden's hairplug on Thu, 18th Nov 2021 2:51 am 

    Interesting post by apneaman, from 2017:

    There are diseases hidden in ice, and they are waking up

    “Long-dormant bacteria and viruses, trapped in ice and permafrost for centuries, are reviving as Earth’s climate warmsIn August 2016, in a remote corner of Siberian tundra called the Yamal Peninsula in the Arctic Circle, a 12-year-old boy died and at least twenty people were hospitalised after being infected by anthrax.

    The theory is that, over 75 years ago, a reindeer infected with anthrax died and its frozen carcass became trapped under a layer of frozen soil, known as permafrost. There it stayed until a heatwave in the summer of 2016, when the permafrost thawed.

    This exposed the reindeer corpse and released infectious anthrax into nearby water and soil, and then into the food supply. More than 2,000 reindeer grazing nearby became infected, which then led to the small number of human cases.However, the big fear is what else is lurking beneath the frozen soil.For instance, scientists have discovered fragments of RNA from the 1918 Spanish flu virus in corpses buried in mass graves in Alaska’s tundra. Smallpox and the bubonic plague are also likely buried in Siberia.”


    Hey, I know, we’ll defeat them by huddling together in even more tightly packed groups.

    How plagues really work

    The next pandemic will erupt, not from the jungle, but from the disease factories of hospitals, refugee camps and cities

    “According to the evolutionary epidemiologist Paul W Ewald of the University of Louisville, the most dangerous infectious diseases are almost always not animal diseases freshly broken into the human species, but diseases adapted to humanity over time: smallpox, malaria, tuberculosis, leprosy, typhus, yellow fever, polio. In order to adapt to the human species, a germ needs to cycle among people – from person to person to person. In each iteration, the strains best adapted to transmission will be the ones that spread. So natural selection will push circulating strains towards more and more effective transmission, and therefore towards increasing adaptation to human hosts. This process necessarily takes place among people.”

    “Both the Athenian Plague and the 1918 flu evolved in predictable Darwinian fashion. Germs that ravage the body more swiftly and effectively will outcompete milder strains. If those lethal strains have repeated access to fresh hosts, the brakes on virulence are off, and deadly disease evolves and spreads.

    Looking at epidemics and pandemics through this evolutionary lens makes it clear that the most important condition necessary for the evolution of virulent, transmissible disease is the existence of a human disease factory. Without social conditions that allow the evolution of virulent, transmissible disease, deadly outbreaks are unlikely to emerge.”

    “While alarmists among us wait for the plague to pounce out of the jungle, it is far more likely to come from inside us, our disease factories and our social world.”

    Good thing we’s got all our fancy new technology like smartphones and solar panels and the internet to save us.

    Next Plague: The Bacteria Strike Back

    “The SUPERBUGS – WHO lists the following bacterial organisms that pose significant (re)-emerging threats to humans:

    Three bacteria are considered to be of critical priority:

    Pseudomonas aeruginosa, carbapenem-resistant
    Enterobacteriaceae, carbapenem-resistant, ESBL-producing
    Acinetobacter baumannii, carbapenem-resistant

    Six are considered to be of high priority:

    Enterococcus faecium, vancomycin-resistant
    Staphylococcus aureus, methicillin-resistant, vancomycin-intermediate and resistant
    Helicobacter pylori, clarithromycin-resistant
    several species of Campylobacter, fluoroquinolone-resistant
    Salmonellae, fluoroquinolone-resistant
    Neisseria gonorrhoeae, cephalosporin-resistant, fluoroquinolone-resistant

    Three are deemed to be of medium priority:

    Streptococcus pneumoniae, penicillin-non-susceptible
    Haemophilus influenzae, ampicillin-resistant
    Several species of Shigella, fluoroquinolone-resistant

    The biggest threat is the explosion of drug-resistant TB. More than 50 years after the introduction of the first of many successful anti-TB drugs, this disease remains a leading cause of death around the world. In 2013, 9 million people were infected with TB and 1.5 million died of the disease. That is an ongoing plague in anyone’s book. There were an estimated 450,000 new cases of multidrug resistant and extremely drug resistant TB infections in 2012 alone. We are witnessing outbreaks of drug resistant TB exhibiting mortality rates last seen in the pre-antibiotic era.”

    No worries, I’m sure the humanitarian pharmaceutical industry will drop their quest for mega profits with the next hard-on pill, vagina tingle pill, anti emotion pill or latest batch of “non addictive” opioids and dump mega gazillions into the uncertain research to come up with the next round of bug smashers. It has to be them because government and university microbiologists and virologists can’t be trusted because they only in it for the grant money and besides when has publicly funded science ever benefited anyone of us eh? Put all your faith in Big Pharma, market based solutions since they are the ones, the only ones, who are really working for the betterment of the humans.


    OK, so we have yet another theory to contemplate, apart from the Kung Flu, CIA cough or Wuhan Wet Market Suplise: the Mammoth Revenge.×720.jpg

  22. Biden's hairplug on Thu, 18th Nov 2021 3:10 am 

    The EU is committing suicide by Green-wash. Only stupid people would deliberately destroy their energy system and then freeze to death when the temperature is a bit cold. Idiots!

    But then, Biden is pushing the US to do the same stupidity and is now begging OPEC to save his dirty, delusional ass. They gave him the finger and I cheered!

    OK, so this time peak oil and gas are for real and all you “Great Thinker” can come up with is dissing the only way out from immanent energy starvation! You are cheering around the clock about the demise of the US, without realizing that people like you are only hastening said demise. America: subtract oil and gas, and what remains is exactly nothing.

    I noticed when he came into the courtroom Kyle was walking funny – from picking up soap in the shower. Also, when the camera zoomed in on Kyles pretty little face the stretch marks around Kyles mouth are unmistakable.

    I think Kyle’s addicted to giant nigger cock & nigger cum.

    I think Kyle wants to spend his life in jail as the nigger gang’s fuck-toy-cum-dump.

    Are you sure it is opportune for you to expose the sadistic contents of what passes as your brain, all out in the open?

    But whatever. It is OK for you to concentrate on trying to wipe out whitey, nur zu. Gives 2 billion Eurasians the excellent opportunity to finally get rid of the Anglosphere globalist pestilence once and for all. We only have to wait until the ticking US racial and UK Brexit time bombs go off.

    “Top military leader says China’s hypersonic missile test ‘went around the world'”

    Sorry, you just lost the nuclear arms race. Are you ready for approaching Chinese missiles from the south?

    Oh, and enjoy the upcoming North-American pogrom, carried out by the desperate likes of Kyle Rittenhouse with their hundreds of millions of assault weapons, with sound advice from grinning delousing-expert Europeans, leading from behind, until they take over, to prevent China from taking over too much North-American territory. We want the 21st century Torgau handshake between Euros-Chinks to occur as close as possible to Coevorden, errr Vancouver.

  23. Biden's hairplug on Thu, 18th Nov 2021 3:16 am 

    Flying computer bug-latest:

    “British F35 jet CRASHES in the Mediterranean: RAF Pilot on £100m jet from UK’s flagship aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth is forced to eject during routine operation”

    There is now a below-water race going on between Anglos and Russians about who can find the klunker first.

    Forbes has recently described both the F-35 and F-22 projects as “failures”.

    Best remaining fighter jet in the world: French Rafale.

    “The F35 is Dead – Damage $1.75 Trillion R&D”

    “Breakthrough European Future Combat Air System”

  24. Biden's hairplug on Thu, 18th Nov 2021 10:15 am 

    The first 400 Iraqis have been flown back from Belarus, back into their depressing sandbox biotope, where they belong. That’s what you get if you are serious about defending your borders, like the Poles did. Poland, in hindsight, had the relative good fortune of having ended up in the Soviet empire, rather than the far more destructive US empire, destructive in the long term. Poland is still 100% Polish.

    Americans can only dream of this behavior.

    This is why Europe is going to win and will regain dominance over large parts of their former North-American colonies again.


  25. Biden's hairplug on Thu, 18th Nov 2021 10:34 am 

    RamzPaul: “Mob justice”

    Sky News Australia on Rittenhouse case:

  26. Biden's hairplug on Thu, 18th Nov 2021 10:49 am 

    Better Barnier than le Pen:

    “Michel Barnier in French election spotlight as lurch to right pays off”

    I’m content if Macron would be reelected as president next year.

    But there is perhaps an even better candidate: Michel Barnier, the mild-mannered aristocrat Gaullist. He is just as European as Macron, he is a Gaullist, which boils down kicking the US out at an opportune moment and swap them for the Russians. He really gave the UK a bad deal with his brokered Brexit-document, delivering all the required pretext to Nicola de Valera, errr… Sturgeon to escape from the union.

    But his most impressive proposition is to abolish the European human rights court, that inflicts this immigration disaster upon us. Many people wrongly suggested that Barnier has become “euro skeptic”, but he hasn’t; instead, he wants to save European civilization.

    “Marine le Pen Just Went Bonkers”

    Please, no women in politics.

    “There are two conditions for things to get better in France: security and immigration,” Barnier said gravely, to applause. “There is tension, a risk of confrontation – we have to restore calm and bring back quiet to people’s lives. For that, we need an electroshock in terms of security and immigration.”… He has promised a French moratorium of three to five years for non-European immigrants, in which even family members joining immigrants will be stopped, and has called for France to regain legal sovereignty from European Union courts…. First elected aged 22 as a local councillor in Savoie, he then entered parliament aged only 27 in 1978. He served four times as a government minister and twice as European commissioner. His supporters point out that he has won every direct vote he has stood for since the age of 22.

  27. Hello on Thu, 18th Nov 2021 11:00 am 

    >>> The first 400 Iraqis have been flown back from Belarus

    whereas 400 9mm bullets would have done the job cheaper. And I hear rag heads and negros make for good dog and cat food. Maybe open a plant in Poland. Can I invest?

  28. Biden's hairplug on Thu, 18th Nov 2021 11:19 am 

    Is China communist? No! China can best be compared with national socialism, an authoritarian race-state. Their newspaper almost admits it:

    “The controversial German philosopher behind Hong Kong’s national security apparatus”

    Poor America, rather than having to deal with an 80 million population to bomb to smithereens, this time they are faced with a country that is 20 times as large.


  29. Biden's hairplug on Thu, 18th Nov 2021 11:26 am 

    Gibraltar has 100% vaccination… and needs to go back into lockdown again:

    More proof that Covid-19 vaccinations don’t work (at least not in 2021), you won’t get.

    If you are healthy and fairly slim, and you think you already had Covid, you would be a fool to get a vaccine, with the risk of undermining the strength of your immune system.

    Keyword ADE:

    If you have already proven you can conquer the virus once, you will be able to conquer it until late into your life.

  30. makati1 on Thu, 18th Nov 2021 5:02 pm 

    Biden’s, yes, I am cheering the destruction/suicide of Amerika, UK, EU, Australia, and New Zealand. I see the end of the West as being a positive for the rest of the world, and the sooner the better. The arrogance, greed, stupidity and corruption has gone exponential and needs to end before there is a real war. So be it.

  31. FamousDrScanlon on Thu, 18th Nov 2021 8:05 pm 

    2019 climate study

    Most of the climate science has been bang on EXCEPT for the timing – way fucking faster than expected. Hundreds of thousands of guilty Boomers have been killed in climate jacked disasters with more to come.

    Shit is getting Bigger & Badder every year.

    The next phase disasters will hammer the fuck out of your infrastructure so harsh that it’ll be beyond repair.

    Faster Than Expected: “Our modeling suggests that extreme rainfall events resulting from atmospheric rivers may lead to peak annual floods of historic proportions, and of unprecedented frequency, by the late 21st century in the Fraser River Basin.”

    Atmospheric Rivers Increase Future Flood Risk in Western Canada’s Largest Pacific River

    “Snow-dominated watersheds are bellwethers of climate change. Hydroclimate projections in such basins often find reductions in annual peak runoff due to decreased snowpack under global warming. British Columbia’s Fraser River Basin (FRB) is a large, nival basin with exposure to moisture-laden atmospheric rivers originating in the Pacific Ocean. Landfalling atmospheric rivers over the region in winter are projected to increase in both strength and frequency in Coupled Model Intercomparison Project Phase 5 climate models”

    Could take weeks to begin repairing ‘unprecedented’ damage to B.C.’s road system, experts say

    Terry Glavin: The scale of the disaster unfolding in B.C. is unprecedented

    The sheer damage to basic infrastructure caused by the flooding is catching everyone unprepared

    With each new disaster, climate deniers look more fucking dumb if that is even possible. Oh yes it is. The look on any dumb denier’s face at his wife & kids funeral – closed casket because climate change mutilated & tore them up. Dumb fucks deserve all the pain & suffering they get…..and if there really is an afterlife, you’ll be punished even more.

    Thus is what we had in BC 6 months ago. Pay attention – it’s coming for you & yours.

    Canada weather: Dozens dead as heatwave shatters records

    Canada broke its temperature record for a third straight day on Tuesday – 49.6C (121.3F) in Lytton, British Columbia.

    The US north-west has also seen record highs – and a number of fatalities.

    Most of the dead were boomers, so no great loss.

  32. Biden's hairplug on Fri, 19th Nov 2021 1:36 am 

    Vancouver land under! Now we are reminded of where Vancouver got its name from:

    “Canada floods leave thousands of farm animals dead and more trapped”

    It’s a shallow place in the river where cows can cross:

    The city takes its name from George Vancouver, who explored the inner harbour of Burrard Inlet in 1792 and gave various places British names.[29] The family name “Vancouver” itself originates from the Dutch “van Coevorden”, denoting somebody from the city of Coevorden, Netherlands. The explorer’s ancestors came to England “from Coevorden”, which is the origin of the name that eventually became “Vancouver”.

    What the good people of Hongcouver should do is hire the Dutch (they come with a stiff fee, good quality needs to be paid for) and get their mess thoroughly cleaned up.

    Eurovision Dutch interval act, depicting the centuries old struggle of the Dutch against water.

    “Can the Dutch save the world from the danger of rising sea levels?”

    “The Netherlands has learned to manage flooding. Climate-threatened countries are taking note”

  33. Biden's hairplug on Fri, 19th Nov 2021 2:16 am 

    “The Dutch Have Solutions to Rising Seas. The World Is Watching.”

    Even the FamousDr his heroes from the Big Rotten Apple know where salvation can come from.

    Always keep an eye on those small, flexible, fast-moving nations:

    “Jews, Scots, Armenians, Dutch”

  34. peakyeast on Fri, 19th Nov 2021 4:39 am 

    Documentation about the covid origins, censorship, coverups, lies…

    Pretty convincing that we are dealing with a sick world dictatorship…. Try to watch it.

  35. Biden's hairplug on Fri, 19th Nov 2021 5:24 am 

    The globalists are getting scared:

    “How Russia could win World War 3… in just minutes: A deadly cloud of debris raced towards the International Space Station – after Russia blew up its own satellite to show its might. The terrifying problem? Our forces rely on space tech to defend us”

    Best rated user-comment:

    J.R.Schwarzenhammer, Furnessville, United States, 12 hours ago

    “Don’t worry, folks! Russia and China are YEARS behind the West in terms of the number of genders that the U.S. has.”

    Pro: 706
    Con: 14

  36. Biden's hairplug on Fri, 19th Nov 2021 7:19 am 

    What do Pfizer and Windows have in common?

    Every 6 months an update with bug fixes (introducing new bugs)

    Excellent business model.

    It is reasonable, from a cui bono perspective, applied by every crime fighter, to include the pharmaceutical industry to the long list of suspects of releasing the virus.

    Pfizer share price:

    Idem Biontech:

  37. Biden’s hairplug on Fri, 19th Nov 2021 1:44 pm 

    Rittenhouse free on all charges!!!

    Sorry, lefties!


    Let the riots begin!

  38. Biden’s hairplug on Fri, 19th Nov 2021 11:00 pm 

    The spent force that is America:

    “Onward into darkness”

    Every institution in American life is failing. The people are finally starting to see how this works at the same time that they see how the vaccines work. It did not have to be, but we allowed it to get this far, and now so many things are broken that there is barely any honorable and effective authority left. As the long night falls over the land, we survey the terrain and see fiery eruptions on the horizon. Is that the flashing of chaos in the distance? In the darkness it’s hard to tell how close it may be.

    The US is shortly before a 1991 of its own.

    Onwards towards a republic and not an empire.

    Or five republics.

    Gonna be a big mess, because of da racial thang, something the Soviets didn’t have to worry about.

    And in America there are those still in the building, the USSR in its wisdom had kicked out towards Israel, the US and the UK. They won’t give up on their tax farms that easily.

  39. Biden's hairplug on Sat, 20th Nov 2021 3:55 am 

    apneaman foamed, showing that his brain is an extension of his stinking intestines: I noticed when he came into the courtroom Kyle was walking funny – from picking up soap in the shower. Also, when the camera zoomed in on Kyles pretty little face the stretch marks around Kyles mouth are unmistakable.

    I think Kyle’s addicted to giant nigger cock & nigger cum.

    I think Kyle wants to spend his life in jail as the nigger gang’s fuck-toy-cum-dump.”

    Now I know why our resident TalmudTurk is so angry, the little white chap took out TWO members of his tribe, respect! And next he walked!!!

    “Mr. Huber and Mr. Rosenbaum are white. they are Jewish.

    Kyle for president! (of the Confederacy 2.0)

    “That Rittenhouse Verdict—America Is Not Dead Yet!”

  40. Biden's hairplug on Sat, 20th Nov 2021 4:50 am 

    You know how women are: always following the winner:

    The killed Huber heeb has hardly reached ambient temperature, and already his girlfriend is making eyes to his butcher.

    Life is cruel.

  41. Dredd on Sat, 20th Nov 2021 5:40 am 

    Don’t forget faith (Heretics Deny The Dark Matter of Faith – 4).

  42. Biden's hairplug on Sat, 20th Nov 2021 12:09 pm 

    France24: a new Iron Curtain is descending at the Eastern border of the EU:

    Fortress Europe is a reality.

    (Thanks Lukashenko, for your insane action, that enabled this fence, much obliged!)

  43. Biden’s hairplug on Sat, 20th Nov 2021 4:24 pm 

    Sky News Australia: “National guard called in out of fear for massive civil unrest”

    Video shows how two jews chase, persecute Rittenhaus, until he, with the back against the floor, defends himself and destroys the two kikes, one of them a convicted serial child rapist. The world is a better place for it.

    The whole world is watching and understands that the American era is coming to a close.

    The situation has great similarities with 1917, when the bolshevik revolution broke. But the world was at war and couldn’t intervene.

    Now a now bolshevik revolution is looming, this time in America, a racial one, again soearheaded by jews. But the difference is that now the world is standing by, ready to intervene and phase Anglosphere out from history.

    Gonna be a walk-over, but first patiently wait until the powder keg explodes for real.

  44. FamousDrScanlon on Sat, 20th Nov 2021 5:25 pm 

    How many of you closeted queers have a crush on kyle.

    All I know is kyle shot some people & that’s it.
    I don’t know a single detail.

    I know millions of white men who don’t know kyle have been acting like kyle’s super sensitive jealous boy friend

    And kyle do look like a boy. Sweet soft boy

    How many hundreds of hours has the average kyle lover spent on this circus?

  45. FamousDrScanlon on Sat, 20th Nov 2021 6:16 pm 

    “The whole world is watching and understands that the American era is coming to a close.”

    No they are not clog. Normal people don’t live on the internet like you clog.

    I got a gal a few months ago – We talk, eat, binge watch good shows & stop to fuck & suck when it’s a hot sex scene.

    I do small reno’s, repair cars & computers.

    My best friend & his wife from Laos just had a baby boy on thursday. He’s a lifetime jew blamer like you. His dad & uncle fled Hungry in 58 for freedom in Canada. That’s who taught him jew hating. Fucking euro-tard baggage.

    One of my cousins from Calgary flew in. Big family dinner in 2hrs.

    It’s standard shit. People call it living life.

    What you do is not living. You’re hating & waiting for the world to conform to your sick fantasy & you cherry pick the internet to convince yourself. You have over 1000 failed predictions – down the memory hole.

    If I wanted to torture someone & I had the biotech to do it, I’d give them your fantasy hate & vengeance obsessed mind.

    Whatever was done to you cannot by fixed by any up coming world events, even if they go exactly as your wounded mind hopes.

    Btw, I bet some shit will happen in the US no one predicted. Happens all the time. Like China’s hybrid society. Surprised all the ‘experts’.

    Perhaps kyle will go into politics & become POTUS? Why not?

  46. Biden's hairplug on Sun, 21st Nov 2021 2:17 am 

    “My best friend & his wife from Laos just had a baby boy on thursday. He’s a lifetime jew blamer like you. His dad & uncle fled Hungry in 58 for freedom in Canada. That’s who taught him jew hating. Fucking euro-tard baggage.”

    Best friend a euro-tard? LOL

    You can bet your last bottom dollar that he had all the reason for his jew hating: the crushing of the Hungarian uprising and reprisals afterwards were again led by jews.

    The uprising began as a pogrom, but the fact that the Hungarian Communist Party was top-heavy with Jews, and they managed to get the upper hand again, so the Hungarians were forced to live another 36 years under the communist yoke.

    “Perhaps Kyle will go into politics & become POTUS? Why not?”

    As I already suggested, of a Neo-Confederacy.

    Sieg Kyle!lol

  47. Biden's hairplug on Sun, 21st Nov 2021 4:10 am 

    Lukashenko’s action backfired:

    “The victims of the Belarus border crisis were obvious. For Poland’s government, it was a useful distraction”

    The big winner is the Polish right-wing government and for Europe it is even more important, in that the EU was forced to support Poland, creating an important pretext for the future, guaranteeing closed borders.

    “There’s nothing more frightening in America today than an angry White man”

    Yep, and you ain’t seen nothing yet. Wait until the weapons speak, triggered by military action in the South China Sea.

  48. Biden's hairplug on Sun, 21st Nov 2021 4:39 am 

    Peter Dutton, the Australian defense minister, could once be remembered as his country #1 grave digger:

    “Australia vows to help US defend Taiwan from Chinese attacks”

    Dutton ignores the warnings from Keating and Fraser to stay away from conflict with China, because it could cost the Australians their sovereignty and enjoy life as a loyal member of a future Chinese empire.

    Prompt response Chinese state-affiliated media:

    “If Australian troops come to fight in the Taiwan Straits, it is unimaginable that China won’t carry out a heavy attack on them and the Australian military facilities that support them.”

    Sounds like the announcement of Chinese bombing raids against targets on Australian soil. To be followed by troops who will never go away.

    “‘Window of opportunity’ for China to act on Taiwan could close: Molan”

    Molan (retired senator and general and a pessimist=realist): an invasion could happen tomorrow. It might even be so that the Chinese feel pressured to act soon, because of a closing window of opportunity for them, with AUKUS rising.

    A lot of realism from Molan. He knows that China will need to attack the US in Guam, Japan, Korea, Philippines, if they decide to invade and they will.

    What Molan overlooks, just like everybody else, is the role of North-Korea. It is a certainty that China and North-Korea have a concerted game plan. Beijing will allow North-Korea to invade the South, chase the Americans out and unify the country on North-Korean (read: Chinese) terms: authoritarian but capitalist and as a Chinese client state. And no foreign troops. Furthermore, they can outsource a nuclear threat against Japan to North-Korea. The Philippines is something the Chinese can handle easily themselves, just like the Japanese had no problems with dealing with the Americans in 1941.

    Australians could become the North-American Indians of the Pacific.

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