Here we go again: Ambassador says Russian invasion "imminent"

Jerry

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You know, when Trump was President, the Russians behaved themselves. We didn't spend weeks on end listening to hysterical warnings aboutthe world's imminent end.

Odd how things changed when Senile Joe was wheeled into the White House, and Dem-Media took over. Turns out they weren't content with just wrecking America. By loudly advertising their weakness and decadence they managed to also undermine global stability and peace.

Great job, Dem-Media.

Well the Useful Idiots got what they clamored for. How does it feel, boys?

 

HartfordLlion

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Link below.

You know, when Trump was President, the Russians behaved themselves. We didn't spend weeks on end listening to hysterical warnings aboutthe world's imminent end.

Odd how things changed when Senile Joe was wheeled into the White House, and Dem-Media took over. Turns out they weren't content with just wrecking America. By loudly advertising their weakness and decadence they managed to also undermine global stability and peace.

Great job, Dem-Media.

Well the Useful Idiots got what they clamored for. How does it feel, boys?


Yep, Trump you got the Abrams Peace Accord in the Middle East and ISIS defeat in Iraqi (cleaning up Barry's mess) . Biden you get total chaos in Afghanistan and now Ukraine, both self inflicted.
 

Jerry

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Seems there is some artillery shelling going on between rebels and the Ukraine army breaking a ceasefire. Got to wonder if Russia will use this as a pretext to invade.

Also, the Russians today expelled the second-ranking American diplomat in Moscow and publicly demanded that the U,S. withdraw forces from Eastern Europe.

Meanwhile, the strategy of the puppeteers in Washington seems to be to wheel Senile Joe to a podium every morning to predict an invasion in the "coming days" on the apparent belief that Vlad will therefore not order an invasion because he doesn't want Senile Joe to be proven right.

So at this rate we may have to listen to approximately 962 more such warnings before Senile Joe is finally wheeled off the scene in November 2024. At that point, Vlad will say: Finally!!...At last!!...I can invade!!
 

LMTLION

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These fools cannot pull the U.S. into another foreign civil war. Half the people are aligned with the Russians anyway. Our country needs skilled immigrants. Let’s stay out of this civil war and work to bring freedom to the Ukrainians who want freedom in different ways. Perhaps expedite the immigration of skilled Ukrainians who do not want to live in a Russian proxy state here to the U. S. to fill the many skilled, essential, and professional positions that are not being filled by lazy Americans.
 

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Link below.

You know, when Trump was President, the Russians behaved themselves. We didn't spend weeks on end listening to hysterical warnings aboutthe world's imminent end.

Odd how things changed when Senile Joe was wheeled into the White House, and Dem-Media took over. Turns out they weren't content with just wrecking America. By loudly advertising their weakness and decadence they managed to also undermine global stability and peace.

Great job, Dem-Media.

Well the Useful Idiots got what they clamored for. How does it feel, boys?

They can't get distracted by Russia, nukes and possibly nuclear war. We've got 18-wheelers, tractors and zip-tie-wielding terrorists to address!

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HartfordLlion

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Also, the Russians today expelled the second-ranking American diplomat in Moscow and publicly demanded that the U,S. withdraw forces from Eastern Europe.

Meanwhile, the strategy of the puppeteers in Washington seems to be to wheel Senile Joe to a podium every morning to predict an invasion in the "coming days" on the apparent belief that Vlad will therefore not order an invasion because he doesn't want Senile Joe to be proven right.

So at this rate we may have to listen to approximately 962 more such warnings before Senile Joe is finally wheeled off the scene in November 2024. At that point, Vlad will say: Finally!!...At last!!...I can invade!!
So at this rate we may have to listen to approximately 962 more such warnings before Senile Joe is finally wheeled off the scene in November 2024. At that point, Vlad will say: Finally!!...At last!!...I can invade!!

I think it will be more like good old SNL Gilda Radner "never mind"
 
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LionDeNittany

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These fools cannot pull the U.S. into another foreign civil war. Half the people are aligned with the Russians anyway. Our country needs skilled immigrants. Let’s stay out of this civil war and work to bring freedom to the Ukrainians who want freedom in different ways. Perhaps expedite the immigration of skilled Ukrainians who do not want to live in a Russian proxy state here to the U. S. to fill the many skilled, essential, and professional positions that are not being filled by lazy Americans.

Yeah, sure. Eff em.
Let's bring back the USSR. Maybe resuscitate Stalin.

LdN
 
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KnightWhoSaysNit

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I think Russia will invade and grab the eastern half to form their land bridge and unite Russian-speaking Ukrainians.

Let's see this through Putin's eyes. He's seen nothing but the Soviet Union empire crumble. He isn't a guy that dreams of retirement on a beach somewhere. Like Biden, he want's his name in history. Also like Biden, that need is above the best interests of his country. Neither guy cares about collateral damage.

Think of all of the Russian leaders after Stalin. How are they remembered? What are their legacies? With an absent POTUS this is Putin's chance. Imagine what he thinks after talking to Biden on the phone. Biden cannot complete a rational sentence.

Personally, I can't stomach any time Biden opens his mouth. I turn it off. It's disgusting how low the US has fallen to have that for a president, and be able to do nothing about it but wait 3 years. The guy can't think, can't speak, and has sold his soul to extremist leftwing radicals just to have his name in history for having done something significant. In that sense both Biden and Putin are similar, and equally dangerous.
 

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I think Russia will invade and grab the eastern half to form their land bridge and unite Russian-speaking Ukrainians.

Let's see this through Putin's eyes. He's seen nothing but the Soviet Union empire crumble. He isn't a guy that dreams of retirement on a beach somewhere. Like Biden, he want's his name in history. Also like Biden, that need is above the best interests of his country. Neither guy cares about collateral damage.

Think of all of the Russian leaders after Stalin. How are they remembered? What are their legacies? With an absent POTUS this is Putin's chance. Imagine what he thinks after talking to Biden on the phone. Biden cannot complete a rational sentence.

Personally, I can't stomach any time Biden opens his mouth. I turn it off. It's disgusting how low the US has fallen to have that for a president, and be able to do nothing about it but wait 3 years. The guy can't think, can't speak, and has sold his soul to extremist leftwing radicals just to have his name in history for having done something significant. In that sense both Biden and Putin are similar, and equally dangerous.
We could be Canada with a wannabe dictator.
 

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Link below.

You know, when Trump was President, the Russians behaved themselves. We didn't spend weeks on end listening to hysterical warnings aboutthe world's imminent end.

Odd how things changed when Senile Joe was wheeled into the White House, and Dem-Media took over. Turns out they weren't content with just wrecking America. By loudly advertising their weakness and decadence they managed to also undermine global stability and peace.

Great job, Dem-Media.

Well the Useful Idiots got what they clamored for. How does it feel, boys?

They're operating on the theory that a blind squirrel will sometime find a nut. No invasion today or yesterday? No problem there may be one tomorrow at which time we will go before the nation and exclaim "see, told you!"
 

Jerry

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But other countries like us better now

The irony is that though other countries may have been appalled (or pretended to be appalled) by Trump, they're genuinely terrified by this circus they see in Washington now.

But they can't openly say the Emperor has no clothes: a President suffering from cognitive impairment...a governing Party out of its mind...a Joint Chiefs Chairman blathering about "white rage"...a military command focused on diversity, inclusion, and equity (DIE) rather than winning wars.

With Brave New Amerika's ruling regime now targeting its own citizenry as the main threat, our foreign adversaries are lining up to take advantage. Hard to see how we get to November 2024 without a foreign crisis of potentially existential dimensions.
 

Jerry

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We could be Canada with a wannabe dictator.

Gotta love the paradox of Senile Joe and Pajama Boy both pursuing the same corrupt ends.

The first guy doesn't know it (or even what day it is) and the second guy does.

But it's a perfect alliance.
 

LMTLION

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Let's bring back the USSR. Maybe resuscitate Stalin.

LdN
Yes, eff them. That country is not a real ally and half the population would welcome Russia. It is time to focus inwardly to solve our own issues and recognize the real threat longterm - China. Europe, who has far more at stake than the United States, seems pretty adverse to tangling with their largest energy supplier. There is no USSR return possible. Russia has limited economic power outside of energy. Its population is in massive decline. Putin may have desires to see a new USSR but little means to do it. We are better off making friends with him to limit the growth of the Chinese.
 

bdgan

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The irony is that though other countries may have been appalled (or pretended to be appalled) by Trump, they're genuinely terrified by this circus they see in Washington now.

But they can't openly say the Emperor has no clothes: a President suffering from cognitive impairment...a governing Party out of its mind...a Joint Chiefs Chairman blathering about "white rage"...a military command focused on diversity, inclusion, and equity (DIE) rather than winning wars.

With Brave New Amerika's ruling regime now targeting its own citizenry as the main threat, our foreign adversaries are lining up to take advantage. Hard to see how we get to November 2024 without a foreign crisis of potentially existential dimensions.
How was Trump going to get our allies to like him when he takes them to task on trade and living up to their NATO commitments?

The U.S. has been rolling over for years. We got to the point where we allowed other countries to vote on how the U.S. was spending money and lives. Telling our "allies" enough is enough is never going to be well received.
 
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