Russia ought to invade someone in the winter, just because those T90s rolling through snow look so great.
Russia is growing more inclined to invade Ukraine now that colder days are approaching, a weekend American media report has claimed. Western officials have accused Russia of staging a military buildup along Kiev’s eastern borders.
The likelihood of a potential Russian assault on Ukraine is “increasing as the weather gets colder,” CBS News reported on Saturday, citing the customary unnamed US intelligence “sources.” Quite why Moscow would choose the coldest months of the year, with the shortest days, is left unclear.
“An incursion is weather-dependent, but could happen in a matter of weeks, barring intervention from the West,” it continued.
Russia possibly preparing to attack Ukraine by Late January
— Angry Staffer (@Angry_Staffer) November 21, 2021
Putin seizes Crimea and moves into eastern Ukraine, thus forcing Ukraine toward the West. He now threatens to invade Ukraine because it has turned to the West. He creates crises and then uses the excuse of a crisis to get what he wants. Enough. https://t.co/AW1v0t4DnU
— John Sipher (@john_sipher) November 20, 2021
US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin on Wednesday urged Moscow to “be more transparent on the buildup of the forces around on the border of Ukraine.” Austin added that he was “not sure exactly” about Russian President Vladimir Putin’s plan of action.
Ukraine initially refused to back the reports in US media about the buildup of Russian troops, but later changed its tune. Brigadier General Kyrylo Budanov, Ukraine’s chief military intelligence officer, told the Military Times on Sunday that Russia is preparing to attack Ukraine by the end of January or the beginning of February.
The Ukrainian military produced a map showing how Russia in a “short-term perspective” could invade Ukraine from all directions, including an incursion from the territory of Belarus.
Russia has denied amassing troops along the Ukrainian border. When reports of possible preparation for an invasion began appearing in US media this month, Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova dismissed them as “fake” news that she said was part of a larger disinformation campaign waged against Russia.
In an interview broadcast on Rossiya-1 TV channel on Sunday, Dmitry Peskov, the spokesperson for the Kremlin, said the West was “artificially stoking hysteria.”
It’s very unlikely that Russia is planning a secret invasion of the Ukraine.
What the ZOG agents are doing is normalizing the idea of a war with Russia by saying Russia is planning a war.
The ZOG just lost a major war in Afghanistan, and they are probably going to lose Taiwan sooner rather than later. Assuming Russia wants to take Eastern Ukraine (which is a fair assumption and also their right), they have no reason to not wait a few years until the US is in abject decline and will not be able to put up a fight.
The US seems to know that it is going to go into decline soon, and that is why they are trying to push for the war earlier rather than later.
Holy fuck lmfao
Tucker thinks we should side with Russia if it tries to annex Ukraine pic.twitter.com/fYMo3nz6I1
— Charlotte Evergarden 🎄🎁❄ (@RedCharlotte_) November 13, 2021