European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen — pushed for more war with her word 'existential' — her kind of crazy won't be satisfied, until we're all dead

© 2024 Peter Free


07 May 2024



These people are severely mentally ill


Below is European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen miscategorizing reality — during her summation of talks with China:



We count on China to use all its influence on Russia to end Russia's war of aggression against Ukraine. President Xi has played an important role in de-escalating Russia's irresponsible nuclear threats, and I am confident that President Xi will continue to do so against the backdrop of the ongoing nuclear threats by Russia.


We have also discussed China's commitment not to provide any lethal equipment to Russia. More effort is needed to curtail delivery of dual-use goods to Russia that find their way to the battlefield.


And given the existential nature of the threats stemming from this war for both Ukraine and Europe, this does affect the EU-China relations.


© 2024 European Commission, Press statement by President von der Leyen following the trilateral meeting with French President Macron and President of the People's Republic of China Xi Jinping, (06 May 2024)



Thus, on the West's psychotic wings . . .


The Ukraine War — which the United States, NATO and the European Union provoked to weaken Russia for no discernibly valid geopolitical reason — other than to plunder it once it was dismembered — has escalated itself to becoming a supposedly existential one for the European Union.


With no discernible reason why this should (or would) be strategically necessary.


Evidently, we are led to conclude, war is a good thing.


Especially so, when other people — and not von der Leyen's preciously Elite Euro Beings — are dying for no cognizable strategic security reasons at all.


Recall, in moral emphasis, that roughly 600,000 West-proxied Ukraine troops are now dead.



Larger and even more dismal picture


Paul Craig Roberts has been doing a good job of summarizing the risks involved in this Ukraine-based combat between (a) the destructively decomposing, perpetually warmongering West and (b) the arguably more stably 'civilized' and far less aggressive Russian Federation.


Of this — and peripherally regarding the United States' serial attempts to turn the nation of Georgia against Russia — Roberts wrote the following:



Putin’s dithering has now brought the French Foreign Legion to the front lines in Ukraine, and western Ukraine is accumulating NATO troops. As I have emphasized from the beginning, wars need to be quickly won, not extended indefinitely.


Now there are Western troops and intelligence services involved, and Russia has to defend against long-range missiles striking deep into Russia while Washington schemes to open a second front against Russia and to separate China from Russia.


Utter disaster will be the consequence of Putin’s refusal to win the war.


Putin’s dithering has greatly expanded NATO on Russia’s borders with the addition of Finland and Sweden. Consequently, Russia’s self-defense now requires the use of nuclear weapons.


© 2024 Paul Craig Roberts, Georgia Accuses Washington of Trying to Overthrow the Country in Order to Open a Second Front against Russia, (05 May 2024)



The world's most basic problem . . .


. . . is that Western Elites are avariciously crazy.


Give this insanity enough room to roam, and very bad things are going to happen.


How one deals with this is an ongoing experiment. I suspect our situation is one of those things that ultimately explodes on the lab table. No matter what one might have done to prevent it.


Therefore, I am not so critical of President Putin's strategic caution as Roberts is.


Dealing with the West's nuclear-armed psychotics is challenging at all levels.


No one, after all, wants to go on History's record by calling for a proactive extermination of warmongering elites.



The moral? — Neocon Crazies rule the West


Human societies appear to be doomed to be controlled by the worst people among them. With the predictable slaughters that go with this characteristic.


I am reminded of the following quote from the movie, Apocalypse Now. It captures Neocons' nihilistic mentality:



You smell that? Do you smell that?...


Napalm, son. Nothing else in the world smells like that. I love the smell of napalm in the morning.


You know, one time we had a hill bombed, for twelve hours. When it was all over I walked up. We didn't find one of 'em, not one stinkin' dink body.


The smell, you know that gasoline smell, the whole hill. Smelled like... victory.