46th President of the United States -

 
Topic moved from The Lounge by bevans on 17 Feb 2022 13:09
  billybaxter Chief Commissioner

Location: Bosnia Park, Fairfield
Oh, I'm a racist now am I? You're worse than Bayside and Sono when it comes to making up rubbish. I suppose your upset about my suggestion that you should get your fingers out of the baklava bag. Sticky fingers, carrying a few extra pounds, sugar rushes driving you to fits if madness...the results aren't pretty. Forget the halva and jog around the block. You might be but less of an Alexei Sayle.

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  billybaxter Chief Commissioner

Location: Bosnia Park, Fairfield
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  don_dunstan Oliver Bullied, CME

Location: Adelaide proud
Oh, I'm a racist now am I? You're worse than Bayside and Sono when it comes to making up rubbish. I suppose your upset about my suggestion that you should get your fingers out of the baklava bag. Sticky fingers, carrying a few extra pounds, sugar rushes driving you to fits if madness...the results aren't pretty. Forget the halva and jog around the block. You might be but less of an Alexei Sayle.
billybaxter
Where did I say you were racist?

Don't try and shift the argument, you know what I'm saying is 100% correct. You are not responsible for deciding what content is in good taste on this board and what is 'off colour'. That's imposing your value judgements on the rest of us.

Stop it.
  The Vinelander Minister for Railways

Location: Ballan, Victoria on the Ballarat Line
Was it really necessary to make reference to Ms Clinton's physical aspect? Did it add anything to your argument? You really are creepy sometimes.
So Hillary Clinton wears an outfit that is exactly the same one as Homer Simpson wore in the classic Simpsons episode "Super-sized Homer" and you find that 'creepy'?

I ask moderators and other Railpagers not to censor the image that Billy finds so extremely offensive this time - instead I want everyone to see it and comment as to whether or not they find it 'creepy' or just plain funny (or neither):
don_dunstan

I just find you disgusting, hence my comments that you are a misogynist.

M.
  don_dunstan Oliver Bullied, CME

Location: Adelaide proud
Was it really necessary to make reference to Ms Clinton's physical aspect? Did it add anything to your argument? You really are creepy sometimes.
So Hillary Clinton wears an outfit that is exactly the same one as Homer Simpson wore in the classic Simpsons episode "Super-sized Homer" and you find that 'creepy'?

I ask moderators and other Railpagers not to censor the image that Billy finds so extremely offensive this time - instead I want everyone to see it and comment as to whether or not they find it 'creepy' or just plain funny (or neither):

I just find you disgusting, hence my comments that you are a misogynist.

M.
The Vinelander
You don't have a shred of evidence to support that statement though, do you, Mike.

Your problem is slightly different to Billy's - you can't be objective when you argue and you personalise everything. And like RTT_Rules, you have an unwillingness to research things before you say them so you make embarrassing mistakes all the time. Which is silly because it only takes a moment in this day and age to look something up.

Just an observation.
  SAR520SMBH Train Controller

Was it really necessary to make reference to Ms Clinton's physical aspect? Did it add anything to your argument? You really are creepy sometimes.
So Hillary Clinton wears an outfit that is exactly the same one as Homer Simpson wore in the classic Simpsons episode "Super-sized Homer" and you find that 'creepy'?

I ask moderators and other Railpagers not to censor the image that Billy finds so extremely offensive this time - instead I want everyone to see it and comment as to whether or not they find it 'creepy' or just plain funny (or neither):

I just find you disgusting, hence my comments that you are a misogynist.

M.
You don't have a shred of evidence to support that statement though, do you, Mike.

Your problem is slightly different to Billy's - you can't be objective when you argue and you personalise everything. And like RTT_Rules, you have an unwillingness to research things before you say them so you make embarrassing mistakes all the time. Which is silly because it only takes a moment in this day and age to look something up.

Just an observation.
don_dunstan
What the hell did that picture have to do with the 46th President of the United States?

It was classic baiting by you to get a reaction, which in turn, sends the thread off in a totally different direction, will eventually get locked or deleted, you'll wipe your hands of it, as usual, and blame others for it being locked or deleted, then 2 weeks later, open another thread with an opening sentence of "let's try this again" Rolling Eyes
  Sonofagunzel Minister for Railways

If what you say is true, then Don is just out-trolling the trolls.

It’s clear that some people around here (not you) were deliberately trying to get a rise out of him. It certainly seems to be frustrating some people here that Don no longer takes the bait when he has insults hurled at him.

But I think Don just thought the image was funny.  I thought it was unkind.

And funny.
  Sonofagunzel Minister for Railways

Back on topic.

Here is an interesting article from Business Insider from October 2021:

Trump was slammed for cozying up to Putin, but Biden handed him a greater gift by waiving sanctions on a gas pipeline that could destabilize Europe

One year ago, the US was trying hard to kill an $11 billion project to build a gas pipeline that would run from Russia to Germany, even though it was almost complete.

The Trump administration had loudly opposed Nord Stream 2, fearing it would give Russia greater economic and political leverage over Europe. It imposed sanctions on the project in December 2019 and, a year later, Congress approved another series of harsh sanctions on the company building the pipeline and on Matthias Warnig, its CEO and an ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin.

President Joe Biden seemed just as keen to stop the project when he inherited those sanctions in January. Secretary of State Antony Blinken promised in March to keep looking for ways to stop it.

A few months later, Biden dismayed Nord Stream 2's numerous opponents when he waived the harshest sanctions and introduced some watered-down measures in their place. In July, the US reached a compromise deal with Germany, meaning the project could go ahead without the imposition of further sanctions.

Construction of the pipeline was completed in September. Russia this week started filling it with gas, meaning it's ready to operate, pending clearance from German regulators.

The article goes on to say (emphasis added):

The question that arises from Biden's decision to waive sanctions on Nord Stream 2 is whether allowing Putin to exert greater influence over Europe will prove a wise move.

Soaring gas prices this year have already highlighted Europe's dependence on Russia for natural-gas supplies — something Nord Stream 2 operations would likely exacerbate. Russia has previously cut off gas supplies to countries like Ukraine amid disputes.

Another problem for Biden is that the compromise he reached with Germany on Nord Stream 2 was almost entirely on Berlin's terms, framing the project as an economic issue rather than a security issue, Gressel said. [Gustav Gressel is a senior policy fellow at the European Council on Foreign Relations]

Biden's Democratic colleagues have long opposed the project not principally because it hands Russia an economic advantage over its European neighbors but because it could cause the US significant foreign-policy problems in the future.

Chief among those problems are fears that Nord Stream 2 could liberate Russia to invade Ukraine — a US and EU ally — where Putin annexed Crimea in 2014.

Russia imports gas through Ukraine, so it wouldn't want to destabilize the country's infrastructure. But Nord Stream 2 runs under the Baltic Sea and bypasses the country, meaning Russia may no longer feel bound by the same caution.

"If the Russians do not depend on Ukraine as a transit country, they are free to destabilize it by other means," Gressel said. "All these other means would more or less end up on Washington's desk."

Opposed by Trump.

Opposed by Democrats.

Opposed by experts.

Approved by Biden.
  don_dunstan Oliver Bullied, CME

Location: Adelaide proud
What the hell did that picture have to do with the 46th President of the United States?

It was classic baiting by you to get a reaction, which in turn, sends the thread off in a totally different direction, will eventually get locked or deleted, you'll wipe your hands of it, as usual, and blame others for it being locked or deleted, then 2 weeks later, open another thread with an opening sentence of "let's try this again" Rolling Eyes
SAR520SMBH
I can't be responsible for how people react to things that I post. End-of-story.
  don_dunstan Oliver Bullied, CME

Location: Adelaide proud
Former White House physician says that Biden isn't cognitively fit to be leading the United States into war - ZeroHedge;

Former White House physician Ronny Jackson responded to Russia’s attack on Ukraine by warning that Joe Biden is not “cognitively… fit to be our president right now.”

The current Texas Republican Congressman made the comments on Fox News after Vladimir Putin ordered the bombardment of Ukrainian military infrastructure across the country.

“The whole country is seeing his mental cognitive issues on display for over a year now, and there’s really no question in most people’s minds that there’s something going on with him,” said Jackson.

“He’s not cognitively the same as he used to be and, in my mind, not fit to be our president right now,” he added.

The Congressman said that the 79-year-old representing America at a time when a message of strength needs to be sent isn’t going to end well.

“Every time he gets up and talks to the American people, it’s not just the American people that are watching him speak, it’s the whole world, and that’s part of what the problem is here,” said Jackson.

“[Biden] looks tired, he looks weak, he looks confused, he’s incoherent, and it sends a message of weakness all over the world, and they’re seizing up on that,” he added.

A poll last week revealed that two thirds of Americans want to see Biden take the same cognitive competence test that Trump took when he was in office.

During a press conference last month, Biden stumbled into yet another embarrassing gaffe when he suggested a “minor incursion” into Ukraine would go unpunished.

Obviously being a Republican he's not unbiased - but you do question that lack of coherence from Biden since the start of this thing. He basically gave a green light to Putin a few weeks back when he said it would be a 'sanctions only' response - and he'd done nothing about those sanctions since then anyway.
  don_dunstan Oliver Bullied, CME

Location: Adelaide proud
Joe Biden appoints this - person - to head up the Nuclear energy departments' fuel and waste disposal - tfglobalnews:



In a blatant attempt to promote the controversial idea of “advance diversity” in the US, the Biden administration recently hired Sam Brinton as the head of the nuclear energy department and fuel and waste disposal. Now, Sam is getting a lot of attention on social media, not because of his extraordinary expertise in the field, but because of his extra weird habits and sexual fetishes.

Sam Brinton, him/her/them-self a gay, is a staunch supporter of the LGBTQ+ community. Sam never hesitates to use pronouns such as “they” and “their”. Sam had been practicing pseudo-scientific therapy before he was appointed for the new role, where he attempts to change a person’s sexual orientation from heterosexual to homosexual and bisexual if they do not “feel” their existing identity.


Here's some more pictures of them/they at gala functions:


  billybaxter Chief Commissioner

Location: Bosnia Park, Fairfield
I'm not sure of your point here Don. I presume it's that people who dress like Sam, or are LGBetc.... shouldn't have a responsible job in the nuclear industry. If Sam has the knowledge, the credentials and skills, and is at least as good as any other candidate, I can't see the problem. I presume he's been vetted by the right authorities, although I imagine you think you know better than the CIA or whoever does these things. At least his sexuality or dress sense can't be used for blackmail. I'd be interested to see how you'd go in a debate with Sam.
  Carnot Minister for Railways

I'm not sure of your point here Don. I presume it's that people who dress like Sam, or are LGBetc.... shouldn't have a responsible job in the nuclear industry. If Sam has the knowledge, the credentials and skills, and is at least as good as any other candidate, I can't see the problem. I presume he's been vetted by the right authorities, although I imagine you think you know better than the CIA or whoever does these things. At least his sexuality or dress sense can't be used for blackmail. I'd be interested to see how you'd go in a debate with Sam.
billybaxter
Sam B has certain fetishes that could be used for blackmail according to his own publicity.  America has become decadent clown-world.  https://www.theamericanconservative.com/dreher/putin-war-ukraine-russia-ours/

One of Hunter Biden's best mates is going to the slammer:


The grift is strong among both Republicans and Democrats...
  don_dunstan Oliver Bullied, CME

Location: Adelaide proud
I'm not sure of your point here Don. I presume it's that people who dress like Sam, or are LGBetc.... shouldn't have a responsible job in the nuclear industry. If Sam has the knowledge, the credentials and skills, and is at least as good as any other candidate, I can't see the problem. I presume he's been vetted by the right authorities, although I imagine you think you know better than the CIA or whoever does these things. At least his sexuality or dress sense can't be used for blackmail. I'd be interested to see how you'd go in a debate with Sam.
billybaxter
Do you think they bribed their way into that job too, Billy - you don't seem to need any evidence of criminal conduct to make that accusation.
Sam B has certain fetishes that could be used for blackmail according to his own publicity. America has become decadent clown-world.
Carnot
My concern is purely that s/he was appointed for political reasons and not because they're right for the job.

I wonder what will come out of Ukraine after the dust settles - presumably Putin will expose any American mis-deeds in that country after the 2014 coup by the CIA.
  don_dunstan Oliver Bullied, CME

Location: Adelaide proud
The 46th President of the United States, Joe Robinette Biden, just made the following speech in the United States about the situation in Ukraine:

"Putin may encircle Kiev with tanks but he'll never gain the hearts and souls of the Iranian people".

I think it's time he went - he can't even get basic stuff like that right.
  lsrailfan Minister for Railways

Location: Somewhere you're not
That last sentence by Biden, "go get him", a clear reference to the Ukraine people who are standing up against the Ruskies.
  don_dunstan Oliver Bullied, CME

Location: Adelaide proud
That last sentence by Biden, "go get him", a clear reference to the Ukraine people who are standing up against the Ruskies.
lsrailfan
Predictable, they're just trying to use the Ukranians to fight a proxy war for them like they did the Kurds.
  kapow Junior Train Controller

Location: Melmac
Sam Brinton looks qualified for the job, I don’t see what they choose to wear or sexual orientation has any bearing on if the person is fit for the job.
  don_dunstan Oliver Bullied, CME

Location: Adelaide proud
Sam Brinton looks qualified for the job, I don’t see what they choose to wear or sexual orientation has any bearing on if the person is fit for the job.
kapow
I think there's some pretty serious questions about his background that may make him unfit for the job as Sonofagunzel was alluding.

Sam lectures on some pretty strange sexual topics and some of his ideas are (ahem) pretty radical to say the least. The limits of consent, asphyxia and pain are some of his speciality interests. And to his credit he's not secretive about his radical activism - but you do have to wonder if there might be a clash between his professional life and that political stance at some stage down the track.
  Sonofagunzel Minister for Railways

I think there's some pretty serious questions about his background that may make him unfit for the job as Sonofagunzel was alluding.
don_dunstan
Huh?  You mean Carnot?
  don_dunstan Oliver Bullied, CME

Location: Adelaide proud
I think there's some pretty serious questions about his background that may make him unfit for the job as Sonofagunzel was alluding.
Huh?  You mean Carnot?
Sonofagunzel
Yes, you are right, sorry for the wrong attribution.
  don_dunstan Oliver Bullied, CME

Location: Adelaide proud
Joe Biden confuses Russia with Ukraine - this comes hot on the heels of his confusing Ukraine with Iran:

  The Vinelander Minister for Railways

Location: Ballan, Victoria on the Ballarat Line
Joe Biden confuses Russia with Ukraine - this comes hot on the heels of his confusing Ukraine with Iran:

don_dunstan

Have you posted any comments about your dysfunctional hero president going in to bat for the dictator Putin...no I didn't think so.

Even his own party of misfits won't support him on that clanger.

M.
  don_dunstan Oliver Bullied, CME

Location: Adelaide proud
Have you posted any comments about your dysfunctional hero president going in to bat for the dictator Putin...no I didn't think so.

Even his own party of misfits won't support him on that clanger.

M.
The Vinelander
Desperate to change the conversation, Mike?
  Sonofagunzel Minister for Railways

Have a look in the Trump thread, Vinelander.

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