What’s so stunning about this strategic dynamic is that the combined military-industrial capabilities of the bloc’s two and a half dozen countries can’t compete with their single Russian adversary’s. That insight in turn shows just how mighty Russia’s military-industrial complex is that it’s still capable of sustaining the same pace, scale, and scope of the ongoing special operation in Ukraine despite the sanctions against it while 30 Golden Billion countries can’t collectively do the same.
Colonel Douglas Macgregor sits down with Stephen Gardner to update us on the Ukraine Russia war. Did NATO want this war? Will the US trigger world war 3 in order to prop up Biden and his white house? Was the Chinese spy balloon to embarrass Biden or is it to distract Americans? Can Ukraine beat Putin? Can Nato beat Putin? Check out Colonel Macgregors new book: https://www.amazon.com/Margin-Victory…
Timestamps: 0:34 Who really wants this war between NATO and Putin? 5:50 Who is keeping this war going? 7:45 The real reason for the Chinese Balloon 8:50 Bad people sneaking across the US Southern Border 10:03 DC is desperate to distract us. Its gotten so bad. 13:50 The Cabal and DC want us at war. Lots of money and control. 20:20 Ukraine is falling apart and can’t win this war 21:24 The truth about the Russian Army 22:20 US and European tanks are false hope and a false flag 28:00 Putin is stronger than he has ever been. Russia creating weapons 24 hours a day 30:30 Will NATO drag us all into WW3? Subscribe and hit the bell to be notified of new videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3Vl…
Who is Stephen Gardner? Stephen Gardner is a best-selling financial author with 8 books. He is also does financial coaching to show clients how to build wealth and quickly eliminate their debt using his FOCUS method. His most popular book is Taming Wall Street. The two strategies taught in Taming Wall Street did NOT lose money during the coronavirus market drop, The Great Recession or the Great Depression. Get a FREE digital copy of Stephen Gardner’s best-selling book Taming Wall Street: https://www.yourbridgeplan.com/work-w… Don’t like digital books, buy Taming Wall Street on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Taming-Wall-St… Stephen is on a mission to help strengthen America one family at a time.
Abstract This study examines the Russia-Ukraine war in 2022 and the origins of the Russia-Ukraine conflict in the political transition during the Maidan in Ukraine in February 2014. This transition of power contributed to a start of the civil war in Donbas, Russian military interventions in Crimea and Donbas, the Russian annexation of Crimea and an international conflict between Russia and Ukraine and the West and Russia. This conflict escalated when Russia invaded Ukraine in February 2022. The research question is as follow: What is the nature of the Russia- Ukraine war and the political transition in Ukraine during the Maidan? This issue produced divergent narratives of this war and the Maidan in scholarly studies, the media, and governments in different countries. This paper uses political science theories of wars, mass protests, coups, revolutions, and regime changes and empirical analysis to examine the nature of the Russia- Ukraine war and the political transition in Ukraine during the Maidan. It analyzes videos and interviews and statements of key political actors involved in this war and the power transition, witness testimonies of various participants of the Russia-Ukraine war and the Maidan at the Yanukovych state treason trial and the Maidan massacre trial in Ukraine, and media publications in Ukrainian, Russian, and English. The study concludes with the analysis of the implications of its findings for understanding the conflicts in Ukraine and over Ukraine and their resolution.
SAMUEL CHARAP, MIRANDA PRIEBE Avoiding a Long War U.S. Policy and the Trajectory of the Russia-Ukraine Conflict How does this end? Increasingly, this question is dominating discussion of the Russia-Ukraine war in Washington and other Western capitals. Although successful Ukrainian counteroffensives in Kharkiv and Kherson in fall 2022 renewed optimism about Kyiv’s prospects on the battlefield, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s announcement on September 21 of a partial mobilization and annexation of four Ukrainian provinces was a stark reminder that this war is nowhere near a resolution. Fighting still rages across nearly 1,000 km of front lines. Negotiations on ending the conflict have been suspended since May. The trajectory and ultimate outcome of the war will, of course, be determined largely by the policies of Ukraine and Russia. But Kyiv and Moscow are not the only capitals with a stake in what happens. This war is the most significant interstate conflict in decades, and its evolution will have major consequences for the United States. It is appropriate to assess how this conflict may evolve, what alternative tra- jectories might mean for U.S. interests, and what Washington can do to promote a trajectory that best serves U.S. interests. (…)
To meet the imaginary Russian threat to Western Europe, Germany will lead an expanded, militarized EU. By Diana Johnstone in Paris Special to Consortium News The European Union is girding for a long war against Russia that appears clearly contrary to European economic interests and so
Wir wollen mit der Seite die Menschen unterstützen, die in ihren Wahlkreisen politische Mehrheiten schaffen wollen für Außenbeziehungen für Menschenrechte, Frieden und Gerechtigkeit. Und die sich dazu auch zu Internationalen Foren in den Wahlkreisen vernetzen wollen, um dazu beitragen, dass bundesweit eine Politik, die den weltbürgerlichen Prinzipien von Grundgesetz, UN-Charta und Allgemeiner Erklärung der Menschenrechte entspricht.
Du muss angemeldet sein, um einen Kommentar zu veröffentlichen.