The US Constitution is very clear: “thou shalt defend yonder Ukraine democracy values with thine lives, disregarding the cost – for it is who we are. And who we are is our values.”
It is the most fundamental purpose of our country to defend the 1992 borders of an impoverished and irrelevant former Soviet territory.
The US must ready itself for a war with Russia, a former Defense Department official has warned, saying that Washington could be obliged to step in militarily if Moscow decides to mount an invasion of Ukraine in the near future.
Evelyn Farkas, who served as deputy assistant secretary of defense for Russia, Ukraine, and Eurasia from 2012-15, published an op-ed in Defense One on Tuesday in which she claimed that an imminent Russian invasion of Ukraine is “more likely than not.” The former Obama administration official insisted that diplomatic talks between Moscow and Washington, taking place this week, are likely to fail, and that the US should already be getting ready for war with Russia.
In an echo of the words former President George W. Bush, used to describe the nations invading Iraq in 2003, she called for the US to marshal “an international coalition of the willing” to deter Russian President Vladimir Putin “and, if necessary, prepare for war.”
According to Farkas, Russia fails to abide by international law, and has been emboldened by recent mass protests in Kazakhstan, a neighboring nation and former Soviet republic with which Moscow has close ties. All this, she alleged, makes it more likely than ever that Putin is planning to invade Ukraine.
“If Russia prevails again,” she warned, “we will remain stuck in a crisis not just over Ukraine but about the future of the global order far beyond that country’s borders. Left unrestrained, Putin will move swiftly, grab some land, consolidate his gains, and set his sights on the next satellite state in his long game to restore all the pre-1991 borders: the sphere of geographical influence he deems was unjustly stripped from Great Russia.”
Don’t worry, guys. This will work.
If we start to lose for some reason we will just start firing nukes.
Every expert in Washington agrees: we can take Moscow in six weeks.
JUST IN – US and NATO allies "are not prepared to meet Russia’s key demands," rejection of key proposals on security guarantees leads situation to deadlock, says Russia's Deputy Foreign Minister Ryabkov (Interfax)
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) January 13, 2022
But Really Though
Not surprised they’re flipping out about Russian competence in Kazakhstan.
Russia solving problems is a completely new phenomenon.
Three security officials in #Kazakhstan were found dead. Tanat Nazanov had a heart attack, Zhanat Suleimenov committed suicide, and Azamat Ibrayev fell from apartment window. #NotTheOnionhttps://t.co/RWCDTAbWwu pic.twitter.com/KMQnymuYJM
— SAMRI (@SAMRIReports) January 11, 2022
This Joker-looking bitch is Hungarian, by the way. Maybe not Jewish, but someone with a personal ethnic ax to grind using the blood of the American people.
This stuff about Russia being an aggressor is on par with the head of Pfizer casually saying that the first three vaccines don’t work but it’s no problem because he’ll have a fourth ready soon.
Pfizer CEO. Doses 1 and 2 don't work but 3 works a little bit. 🤣 pic.twitter.com/54Z7xYEwsN
— Tracy2017 (@TracyK2017) January 11, 2022
Yeah, it appears Russia is encroaching on us with great speed.
Just check those gains, bro.
Like, seriously – how retarded can this shit get?
Apparently, it can get a lot more retarded.
We have a population now that will not protest the government forcing them to lock themselves in their homes, close their businesses, wear a piece of plastic cloth across their faces, and take a mysterious gene therapy treatment.
This is not a population that will resist a push for a World War.
Again: the only thing you can do is stay out of the way.
The good news is: the map for avoiding vax tyranny is the same as the map for avoiding getting nuked.