It’s over, Putin. Soon you are found dead in your bathroom by a mysterious disease

I wonder what it takes for Vladimir Putin to realize that the West will not give up Ukraine and Ukraine will not give up Ukraine?

The Russian President has once again turned to his people to talk about the absolute strengthening of his army in the war against his neighbor. He’s trying desperately to save face.

Vladimir Putin has again turned to his people to talk about the absolute intensification of his army in the war against his neighbor

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Vladimir Putin has again turned to his people to talk about the absolute intensification of his army in the war against his neighborPhoto credit: AFP
I suspect that one day, not for long, he will be found dead in his bathtub with a mysterious illness

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I suspect that one day, not for long, he will be found dead in his bathtub with a mysterious illnessCredit: EPA

First, the Russian army was driven out of northern Ukraine trying to take Kyiv.

Now the Ukrainians have miraculously reclaimed 6,000 square kilometers in eastern Ukraine and pushed the Russians right back to their own border.

This is the greatest military failure by a superpower since World War II. And Putin knows it because it’s Putin’s fault.

So he started threatening both Ukraine and the West with nuclear weapons. He and his henchmen have been doing this regularly since Putin launched his invasion in February. It was a constant recitation from a politician who now knows he’s done for.

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The breakaway Russian regions of Donetsk and Luhansk are holding referenda to decide whether they want to become part of Russia.

No one anywhere believes that such a vote would be remotely fair or free.

Bad move

If so, they would vote to remain in Ukraine by a large majority.

Some Western experts believe this is a ploy that will allow Putin to use his nuclear weapons. According to the Russian constitution, he can only use nuclear weapons if Russia itself is attacked.

If Donetsk and Luhansk vote to join Russia, and if Ukraine attacks those areas, then Putin will have his authority.

I think the experts are forgetting two things.

First, as I said earlier, Putin threatens us with nuclear weapons every few minutes. He thinks it scares us. But he also knows that nuclear weapons would bring a swift and decisive response from the West.

They also forget that Ukraine has regularly attacked Russian facilities in Crimea — which Putin says is part of Russia. He did not respond with nuclear weapons.

The madman also mobilizes his country. Called 300,000 more Russians into his useless army.

Another bad move.

It will have two consequences.

First, many of these reservists will require a great deal of training, may be reluctant to fight, and won’t be very good at it when they get to it. So in Ukraine it won’t help him much.

Second, it can alienate a great many ordinary Russians who don’t want to see their sons and husbands go into battle. So it won’t help him domestically either. Meanwhile, determination in the West is strengthening rather than weakening.

Most European countries have built up good gas supplies so they are not too concerned about Mad Vlad turning off the tap.

And they can see what we can all see – and what Putin needs to see now.

That Ukraine can actually win this war and drive the Russians out of their country.

When that happens – and it will happen one way or another – it will be the end of Putin.

A megalomaniac bully who bit off a lot more than he could chew.

I suspect that one day, not for long, he will be found dead in his bathtub with a mysterious illness. Exactly the kind of treatment he bestows on his political enemies.

And until then, no one in Russia will shed big tears.

Best of unawakened BBC

When it comes to coverage of the Queen's death over the past two weeks, the BBC has outdone itself, with special mentions from Huw Edwards, Kirsty Young (above) and Fiona Bruce

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When it comes to coverage of the Queen’s death over the past two weeks, the BBC has outdone itself, with special mentions from Huw Edwards, Kirsty Young (above) and Fiona Bruce

The BBC’s coverage of the Queen’s funeral was first class.

In fact, the company has outdone itself over the past two weeks, with special mentions to Huw Edwards, Kirsty Young and Fiona Bruce.

Oh, and of course David Dimbleby, who was the presenter on the day himself.

I’ve also heard some very good reports from Jim Naughtie and Mark Easton.

But here’s why I think the BBC got it right this time:

1. The presenters looked dignified, wearing smart black ties and black dresses. You hit the right note. They didn’t grin, giggle, or pick their noses.

2. You didn’t interview Stormzy for his take on what the kidz think of Her Maj.

3. They weren’t dumb. The moderators said “catafalque” rather than “the wooden thing that the coffin is standing on”.

4. David Dimbleby was exemplary. During the ceremonies he didn’t babble. He let people watch in silence, speaking only to identify what needed to be identified.

5. You’ve largely managed to avoid being cheeky and left-wing.

Maybe the message will come home?

COLD? CHECK NIPPLES

THE gas prices are falling. The price of oil has already fallen.

Forgive me for being a perpetual optimist, but the cost of living crisis – and inflation – may not be quite as bad as we all feared.

By the way, the woman wanted to turn on the heating yesterday.

I told her we only flip the switch when hypothermia sets in and icicles are hanging from her nipples.

rivalry no british

Violence between Hindus and Muslims has spread across the Midlands

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Violence between Hindus and Muslims has spread across the Midlands

THE violence between Hindus and Muslims has spread from Leicester across the Midlands to Birmingham.

You really don’t like each other very much, do you?

Don’t forget that Hindu-majority India and Muslim Pakistan are rarely more than a hair’s breadth from war.

My own view is that we have failed to integrate those who have arrived from the Indian subcontinent. And let too many in, period.


A department at Oxford University is changing its name.

The Oxford Faculty of Oriental Studies is to become the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies.

They think the term “oriental” might be offensive. Why? It comes from Latin and means where the sun rises.

Who could be offended by this but an obsessive white liberal?


Do without “despite” taxes

I agree with Liz Truss' decision to remove the cap on bankers' bonuses

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I agree with Liz Truss’ decision to remove the cap on bankers’ bonusesPhoto credit: Getty

OK. Perhaps, like you, I’ve always used “commercial banker” as rhyming slang.

It’s true that these city monkeys aren’t my favorite country people. Most of the bankers I met were so boring that no light was reflected from them at all.

To be so boring and smug takes real talent.

Besides, I don’t like their clothes, their stupid sports cars, their coke addiction, their women or their taste in music.

Sure, that’s a generalization. But I like generalizations and that’s not bad.

But here’s the point. I still think that if they get a bonus from their moron bosses they should keep their bonuses.

Same as if you or I get a bonus.

Taking money from the wealthy does not make the poor richer. There’s even a good argument that it ends up making them poorer.

For that reason, I agree with Liz Truss’ decision to remove the cap on bankers’ bonuses.

I also agree that we should abolish stamp duty.

Why should we pay a hefty tax just because we move?

Truss’ policies are under attack.

But removing wickedness from our tax system is something to applaud.


Left Wing Airhead Zarah Sultana was on a delayed train. She immediately tweeted her anger.

Together with the demand to nationalize the railway companies so that there are no such delays.

Much to Zarah’s chagrin, she traveled with a nationalized service – LNER. Zarah received a majority of just 401 in Coventry. Divide that by ten and you get her IQ.


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My filling of Phil

Phillip Schofield has angered viewers over claims he queued to see the Queen's coffin

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Phillip Schofield has angered viewers over claims he queued to see the Queen’s coffinPhoto credit: Rex

I’m inclined to agree with Piers Morgan that it’s wrong to sack Phillip Schofield for allegedly jumping ahead in the queue at the Queen’s state lie.

He was obviously there to cover the whole thing. But can’t we fire him for being a toxic, self-righteous, mincemeat-hard munchkin?

In other words, can’t we fire him for being Phillip Schofield?

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