"Toria, you sweet thing" — her name, alone, indicates the nature of the mass murdering puke bowl that she comes from

© 2024 Peter Free


07 March 2024





Mike Whitney thinks that the Ukraine disaster-creating — Victoria Nuland — was axed from the State Department for getting the United States into that lose-lose situation.


You know, the one that America's over-supply of Neocons so exquisitely crafted from US Elites' strategically idiotic anti-Russia addiction:



Nuland leaves behind a gargantuan catastrophe for which there is no apparent remedy and no easy way out.


We cannot expect the Biden administration to simply ‘cut and run’ in what is perceived to be a direct confrontation with Moscow.


Biden will undoubtedly press-ahead as a face-saving gesture regardless of the costs, further straining relations with the allies while handing-over large chunks of east Ukraine to the Russian army.


This is clearly a no-win situation for Washington which is why (we think) Nuland –who created this mess– got her ‘Pink Slip’.


© 2024 Mike Whitney, Was Nuland Fired for Her Role in the Ukraine Debacle?, Unz Review (06 March 2024)



Of course


One could (in fairness) wonder who was supposed to be over-minding Nuland's CIA-assisted, Ukro-Nazi-implementing shenanigans.


Wouldn't that have been a sequential string of Secretaries of State and their immediate subordinates?



More minutely


What caught my attention was (spineless dweeb) Secretary of State Antony Blinken's lace-embroidered tribute to Nuland:



What makes Toria truly exceptional is the fierce passion she brings to fighting for what she believes in most: freedom, democracy, human rights, and America’s enduring capacity to inspire and promote those values around the world.


These were the principles that drove Toria when we first met more than 30 years ago.


They are the same principles she has brought to her work as Under Secretary, and as Acting Deputy Secretary of State – a role she filled seamlessly for seven months.


Over the past three years, Toria has led this Department on everything from addressing complex crises in the Sahel, Haiti, and the Middle East, to broadening and strengthening America’s alliances and partnerships across Europe and the Indo-Pacific.


But it’s Toria’s leadership on Ukraine that diplomats and students of foreign policy will study for years to come.


Her efforts have been indispensable to confronting Putin’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, marshaling a global coalition to ensure his strategic failure, and helping Ukraine work toward the day when it will be able to stand strongly on its own feet – democratically, economically, and militarily.


© 2024 Antony J. Blinken, On the Retirement of Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Victoria Nuland, state.gov (05 March 2024)



Notice . . .


. . . Secretary Blinken's use of Nuland's (apparently fondly) bestowed and vomit-inducing nickname — Toria.


Isn't that so delightfully Rich Elite?


We can figuratively conclude that Nuland came to power carrying an elegantly boned horse, equestrienne accoutrements, as well as a vast swath of expensive ground that both are used upon.


And probably also, a silver (heraldic-embossed) power-spoon in one of her rare animal leather boots.



The moral? — This is how the Collective West's political class acts


It gathers up its privileged, airheaded elites and foists them, via electoral bribery and corporatist machinations, upon the rest of a much more sensibly sane and humane humanity.


We should ask ourselves whether we really want to be mass-slaughtered and pillaged by people named Toria, Antony, and von der Leyen.


I vote that we drown them all in their vomitous leavings.


Ergo necessitating another Nuremberg trials sequence.


But this time, with thoroughly applied seriousness.