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Chuck Schumer returns from Kiev with tales of woe regarding lack of artillery shells and demands repubs pass Biden's Ukraine funding bill.
Neglects to mention there are no shells left to buy world-wide.

US determined to keep this shitshow running just trying to save face now, meanwhile the Russians keep rolling on and have 300,000 extra troops on standby ready for their upcoming spring offensive.

The Russians Captured Makiivka And Entered Orlivka. Military Summary And Analysis For 2024.02.28




The Truth of the Dire Situation in Ukraine



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mrtools wrote: Wed Feb 28, 2024 12:17 pm "Biden called then Ukrainian President Poroshenko, nervous about Trump finding out where the money was going in Ukraine..." (quoting Twitter).
Alleged "Biden bribery informant" was actually a double agent Russain spy:

“[A]s we know, there are known knowns—there are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns—that is to say we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns—the ones we don’t know we don’t know.”—Donald Rumsfeld, 2002

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mrtools wrote: Wed Feb 28, 2024 12:17 pm "Now that the MSM admit the CIA had bases in Ukraine since 2014..." (quoting Twitter).
The fact that the US sends military advisors into significant military conflicts across the globe is common knowledge in the US. Due to information security concerns, such advisors directly collect intel in-person. Naturally, that intel becomes the basis for advice communicated to the US and US allies. I believe that all sophisticated nations employ spies in some capacity or another.

As a side note, I believe that the same goes for all aspects of war involving all nations: Spying... check. Advising... check. Propaganda... check. Hacking... check. Economic manipulation... check. Arms smuggling... check.

In my opinion, Russian's complaints about the above aspects merely demonstrate that Russia lacks a comprehensive war strategy. Stated a bit differently, Russia spending about 500,000 human bodies and 40% of its GDP on its invasion of Ukraine is not a comprehensive war strategy.
“[A]s we know, there are known knowns—there are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns—that is to say we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns—the ones we don’t know we don’t know.”—Donald Rumsfeld, 2002

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JohnnyRy wrote: Thu Feb 29, 2024 3:04 am
Actually most of the article details the CIA's actions in the 8 years before the Russian intervention in Feb 2022 such as facilitating assassinations in Russia. Many of the exploits horrified Obama when he found out and they just bypassed Trump altogether. Imagine Russia sending a proxy to carry out assassinations in the US? It all proves Putin was correct in complaining the US were behind the escalating deterioration of relations between Ukraine and Russia after 2014.

BTW Russia sent in just 190,000 troops to secure the 4 eastern oblasts at their request for assistance. It was only after the huge inflow of cash and equipment from the west that Russia decided to increase their numbers. Also, the Russian economy is doing fine with current GDP around 4%, higher than any western country, and they are not spending anything like 40% on the conflict.

https://www.nytimes.com/2024/02/25/worl ... a-war.html

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A lengthy video (citing Forbes) about the comprehensive costs of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, as to all nations:

“[A]s we know, there are known knowns—there are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns—that is to say we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns—the ones we don’t know we don’t know.”—Donald Rumsfeld, 2002


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JohnnyRy wrote: Thu Feb 29, 2024 3:04 am In my opinion, Russian's complaints about the above aspects merely demonstrate that Russia lacks a comprehensive war strategy.
The real cause of the invasion was precisely named in the interview with Carlson.
According to the Kremlin, there is no separate Ukrainian nationality,
and the lands of at least central and eastern Ukraine belong to Russia,
so it has come to take them away. The symbolic aspect is also important
- the Holy Mother Russia (Rus) is not Moscowan, but Kievan (e.g. Russia
was baptized in Kiev in 988), so without Kiev Russia is somehow 'incomplete'.

Another thing - Zbig Brzezinski (advisor to President Carter) stated that Russia
will not regain the status of a real Eurasian superpower without Ukraine and its human,
industrial and agricultural potential. If Russia absorbs Ukraine, it will create
- together with China and potentially several other countries - a superpower axis
that will effectively compete with the US and their partners, attracting other countries
from Europe and Asia (e.g. those that were historically associated within
the Concert of Europe in the 19th century).

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wojtek wrote: Thu Feb 29, 2024 5:49 am the Holy Mother Russia (Rus) is not Moscowan, but Kievan
Wow. I love learning new things, and I strive to do so every day. Thanks.
wojtek wrote: Thu Feb 29, 2024 5:49 am If Russia absorbs Ukraine, it will create - together with China and potentially several other countries - a superpower axis
And of course here in the US... China, North Korea, Russia, and Iran are arleady referred to as the New Axis Powers.
“[A]s we know, there are known knowns—there are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns—that is to say we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns—the ones we don’t know we don’t know.”—Donald Rumsfeld, 2002

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mrtools wrote: Thu Feb 29, 2024 7:15 am All the globlist warmongers could be getting their wish!
I've seen that dog and pony show several times before. It tends to rerun every time Little Peuttie is feeling desperate. :yawn:

With all due respect, it doesn't change a thing.
“[A]s we know, there are known knowns—there are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns—that is to say we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns—the ones we don’t know we don’t know.”—Donald Rumsfeld, 2002


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