Thursday, November 10, 2022


"Russia Withdraws from Kherson, Surovikin Steadies Nerves, Promises Offensive" (Mercouris).  It's 'leadership'!

"Scott Ritter - Russian Retreat, What's it Mean?" (Napolitano).

Another thing - did the Russians just become aware of the dam problem?  The referenda were less than two months ago.  Was it wise to bring Kherson into Russia so recently if they anticipated they might have to turn and run?  It is the fact that they are leaving Russia behind that really stings.

"Ukraine War Day #260: The Death Of A Russian Hero" (yalensis).  Coincidence theory.  An alternative theory was that he did not agree with the retreat, was well respected for his comments in Russia, and was threatening to go public with some strong words.  Of all the days to have a traffic accident . . . 

"The Red Wave and Ukraine Aid" ('Hunter Wallace'):

"Among the many twists of the midterms, a Republican House with a narrow House majority means that Kevin McCarthy should have a much more difficult time corralling the votes he needs to keep Ukraine afloat. This was something that I was very worried about heading into the midterms. A bigger win in the House would have given McCarthy more votes to maneuver around the opposition."

But wouldn't McCarthy have all the Democrat votes to add to his votes?  If 10% of the Republicans wanted to vote for more loot for the Nazis, there would be enough House votes to pass anything.  Maybe I'm missing something.

Big Deal?"

"Russia reportedly didn’t ask the Ukrainian side to create a “green corridor,” or safe route, to withdraw its troops from Kherson, according to a Ukrainian defense official quoted by the Ukrinform news agency.

Sergei Khlan, a member of the Kherson Regional Council, said on Facebook Thursday that the Russians were moving their equipment to the left bank of the Dnipro River, and Ukraine’s forces were destroying it."
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