Neil Oliver, We Watch Russia Through the Barred Windows of Our Own Despotism

Posted originally on the conservative tree house on February 26, 2022 | Sundance | 53 Comments

Neil Oliver delivers his remarks this weekend expressing genuine sympathy for the people in Ukraine yet distrusting the constant bombardment by those demanding we pay attention to it.

We watch Russia, but after all our own leaders have shown us in the past two-years, amid their COVID authorized lusts for power, it is a wide-open and wary eye our leaders are trying to move.  WATCH:

A wounded water buffalo was spotted trying to give birth on the dangerous Serengeti Plain, CNN International reports if Russia had not annexed Crimea, it wouldn’t have happened.  Early tomorrow morning, a man in Wisconsin will miss his bus, because the battery in his alarm clock ran out; if only Putin had not disrupted the global supply chain these issues would not be happening.

The drawbridge near Baton Rouge Louisiana was stuck yesterday – MSNBC angrily confirms Putin caused it.  In New York, a once joyful fifth grade teacher’s chalk broke in half right when she was about to use it on the blackboard; Margaret Brennan points the glare at Ukraine.

If the stock market climbs, or falls, or stays the same, we can be certain that Moscow had something to do with it.

When the planes arrive/depart typically late, CBS finds a way to make NATO responsible for it – if the sanctions had only come sooner.

When the sun rises today, it will only be because President Volodymyr Zelenskyy spent all night on his knees knitting sweaters for homeless kittens while fending off Russian special forces and making phone calls to the European commission.  George Stephanopoulos has all the details.

Everything is Vladimir Putin’s fault, says the PBS reporter standing at the base of the Statue of Liberty to catch her tears, because it was all just so avoidable.

And… somewhere in the distance Jacinda Ardern, Justin Trudeau, Emmanuel Macron, Boris Johnson and Ron Klain are on a zoom call smiling with Klaus Schwab.

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