Apparently, Jake Sullivan is in charge of executing the Ukraine war. It’s based on policy designed by Victoria Nuland, but as far as anyone can figure, Sullivan, who appears to be a very normal person, is the key coordinator.
It’s not Lloyd Austin, who has turned the Pentagon into a “trap house” where he “cooks rock” and “stabs them guts” of his “hoes.” Or so he claims. Other reports say he spends most of his time masturbating in the stairwell, while demanding that passersby milk his prostate.
It’s not that recreant Jew Antony Blinken, who looks like he’s about to start crying whenever anyone asks him any question. You ask this guy what he had for breakfast, and his lips start trembling.
Sullivan is the only possible person who could be making these decisions.
That makes Sullivan effectively one of the most influential people in the world. He’s a 46-year-old Irishman who dropped his “O” like a coward. He’s from Yale and Brookings, but his bio before the Biden administration was as a “literally who” staffer. He worked on two failed Hillary Clinton campaigns, and appears to have been the genius behind buying the “pissgate dossier” off of Bill Kristol. In between, he worked for Clinton at the State Department, where he allegedly came up with the great idea to do that Libya thing and blame it on a YouTube video, and then sent ISIS into Syria.
Talk about failing up.
In 2015, he married a female woman with a vagina.
Amy Goodlander. Also Yale.
She has an interesting bio, though she conspicuously does not have her own Wikipedia page.
Navy intelligence pops up a lot when you look into these people. She’s 36, which is a similar age to fake news hoaxster and China war advocate Jack Posobiec, who also worked for Naval intelligence. Posobiec worked at the torture compound “Guantanamo Bay,” and it seems like a lot of these millennials playing these public roles went through there.
You’ll remember that the photos from the place looked like satanic homosexual rituals, and most of them were being orchestrated by women.
I’m not saying Sullivan’s wife was involved in forcing Moslems to do homosexual satanic acts at a torture camp. But I mean, that seems like a distinct possibility.
You might think that is a weird direction to take things in, and I agree, but consider the psychology of a woman who marries a homosexual man for “power couple” purposes.
It’s also clear that people who achieve these influential positions go through various initiation rituals. John McCain, who Sullivan’s wife worked for and who is also Navy, was widely reported by other captured officers to be a traitor who worked for the North Vietnamese.
He has made statements which could be construed as implying he had gay sex with them.
Specifically, he said they were homosexuals, “but never towards us.”
If they weren’t homosexual “towards him” then how did he know they were homosexuals? Asians have lower natural testosterone levels than other races, which means that distinguishing homosexuals is difficult or impossible.
We’re musing here, wandering far afield. I am forgetting Sunday is already over, and we’re now in Monday mode.
Oh, and I should mention – in May of this year, Sullivan had a “Paul Pelosi” situation at his home that was not widely reported in the media.
Most people have never had a drunk man pop up in their home at 3AM. Most people also do not have the Secret Service protecting their home.
I think it is important to understand that these people are in power because they are very abnormal. Competence does not factor in, really at all. That is how you end up with a person like Sullivan directing a project that is running the United States into the ground.
The US believes that Ukraine’s long-planned counteroffensive against the Russian troops will ultimately allow Kiev to recover some lost ground, the White House national security adviser, Jake Sullivan, said on Sunday.
Speaking to CNN’s Fareed Zakaria, Sullivan was confident that Ukraine would recapture “strategically significant territory.”
“Exactly how much, in what places, that will be up to developments on the ground as the Ukrainians get this counteroffensive underway,” the official said.
“But we believe that the Ukrainians will meet with success in this counteroffensive.”
Sullivan added that the outcome of the operation will have a “major impact” on future negotiations.
Anyway, there is no strategic territory that the Ukraine can take. They can change the map, because Russians have shown repeatedly that they will fall back from non strategic areas in order to save lives, while then forcing Ukrainians to enter into kill zones like Bakhmut where you have a minimum of five Ukie deaths for every one Russian death. The Russians also set it up so they can easily retrieve their wounded, and often get them back in action pretty quick, while the Ukies generally leave their wounded to die and be eaten by dogs.
It’s strange that no one seems to understand the concept of “war of attrition,” and the irrelevance of territory in such a conflict. I see people constantly pretending to know what they’re talking about and pointing at Russia’s “territorial losses” during the last counteroffensive, as if the goal of the war is to hold as much territory for as long as possible – like there is some kind of points system for that.
Russia holds the same territory they held 9 months ago, but the Ukraine has hundreds of thousands fewer soldiers. Zelensky sent the best trained soldiers to die in Bakhmut, before then sending wave after wave of kids he pulled off the street to die for no reason. From what I’ve read from the people who I believe would know, Bakhmut saw 50,000-60,000 Ukrainian dead, and 8,000-10,000 Russians dead. Most of the dead Russians were convicts.
I guess these people who keep talking about “oh Russia should do more territory” believe that the Ukraine has some infinite respawn ability. In fact, nearly half the country’s population has evacuated or died. Where are these soldiers going to keep coming from? Russia can at any time do a full mobilization and march millions of men into the Ukraine. But they would never have to, because they’ve got enough convicts and Chechens to kill every last man in the Ukraine, if they keep sending in these waves.
The people who keep saying the Ukraine is winning or could win are like retarded children. It gives you a headache to even try to interact with them. Universally, they point to maps and just keep saying Russia should be occupying fields, without ever explaining why they would want to do that.
Why do they think the Ukraine is doing these desperate terrorist raids into Belgorod? Is desperation something they associate with winning?
This “territory” thing is repeated because it is the key media talking point intended to imply the war is winnable. Then, they lie about the numbers of Ukrainian dead. It’s very low level manipulation.
Hours after the interview aired, Russia reported that they’d pushed back a major Ukrainian offensive.
Russian forces have successfully repelled a “large-scale offensive” by Ukrainian troops along five sections of the front line in Donbass, the Russian Defense Ministry said in the early hours of Monday.
According to the ministry, the assault began on Sunday morning. “The enemy’s goal was to breach our defenses in what they assumed was the most vulnerable section of the frontline,” it said in a statement.
“The enemy has failed to reach its goals and was unsuccessful,” the ministry added.
Russian officials said Ukraine had deployed the 23rd and the 31st mechanized brigades from its “strategic reserves,” which were supported in battle by other units.
“The Ukrainian Armed Forces have lost more than 250 service members, 16 tanks, three infantry vehicles, and 21 armored vehicles,” the Defense Ministry claimed.
That sounds like part of the “counteroffensive” that we’ve been hearing about, no? I don’t know why they would attempt to break the line unless they were beginning a serious push.
The Sullivan-Zakaria interview was long-form. I watched most of it live, but there doesn’t appear to be a full upload of it anywhere on the internet. I’ve always found this a strange decision – that these legacy TV networks don’t all just set up streams with ads on their websites. The way cookies work means they could actually sell ads at a higher price as they are better targeted.
I did find an interview from three months ago where Sullivan claimed “Russia has already lost.”
He also claimed that Russia was planning to take Kiev and absorb the entire Ukraine – with the original 200,000 soldiers of the SMO. You assume these people are lying because they lie about everything all the time, but it’s possible that Sullivan is so incompetent and so low information that he really doesn’t even understand the most basic dynamics of the conflict.