Saturday, September 3, 2022

’The Lord of the Rings' and Russia's War on the Orks of Ukraine


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Part 5 of this series on the current Ukraine-Russia conflict, caused by murderous provocations and deceptive propaganda from  criminal elements of Kipchap Turkic descent, examines how J.R.R. Tolkien based the major battles in "The Lord of the Rings" (LOR) on Russia's centuries of struggle to spare the Christian realm from atrocities and enslavement by these same pagan barbarians. It took no stretch of the imagination for Tolkien to base his brutish Orks on the Kipchak Turks who arrived to Europe from Central Asia as mercenaries for Attila the Hun and later serving in the vanguard of the Golden Horde of Genghis Khan. To foment this NATO conflict  with Russia, the ethnic Kipchaks have resurfaced as commander s of the Azov Battalion, the paramilitary force comprised of deranged criminals and tattooed  convicts , who are  convinced of their racial superiority to lord over the native white Europeans. First, however, a wade through the Ukraine morass (as briefly as possible since it is a sewer) needs doing to deal with the slimy propaganda obscuring the causes of the present conflict.

Unthinkable as it may seem, 1,500 years after Attila the Hun devastated the Roman Empire and cruelly oppressed the European peasants, thereby bringing on the Dark Age, the imperious Barack Obama and now his henchman Joe Biden have been arming the descendants of those Turkic fanatics for another round of senseless slaughter of white Europeans. As in  its countless battles against barbarian hordes,  Russia is the sole defender of European Christendom against this relentless menace  from the East . Meanwhile NATO has been reduced to a splintered  broken  shield for corrupt  politicians, money-laundering bankers, weapons manufacturers and crime accomplices  profiteering from this war.   Secretary of State Antony Blinken's foreign policy is nihilistic,  being based on a crazed drug-induced drama hatched by Hunter Biden, when all along a Russian military victory has been a foregone conclusion. Kipchek belligerence is rooted in the mentality of medieval vendetta rather than modern demographic reality. Why then  should lock-down bankrupted Americans finance  a losing war?  (more...)

’The Lord of the Rings' and Russia's War on the Orks of Ukraine

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