Saturday, November 26, 2022

NATO cannot be allowed to lose a war to a Russia

"Russia-Ukraine War: Russia Retakes Novoselivske - November 25th" (THETI Mapping).

"Scott Ritter Extra Ep. 24: Ask the Inspector" (U.S. Tour of Duty).

"The Hell with the Peace Movement" (Ritter).  The 'peace' movement in the US is a division of the Democrats, and disappears on any war fought by a Democrat President.  With the development of the idea of 'woke' war, an extension of responsibility to protect, all Americans, left to right, love mass killing of other peoples.

"[ Ukraine SITREP ] Day 275 (25/11): US General led Finn-British Foreign Battalion within Wagner PMC?" (Defense Politics Asia).

"London Loves... sending money to Ukraine for Weapons (but British people aren't so sure....)" (Phillips).

"Russia-Ukraine war: List of key events, day 276".

"Ukraine War Day #276: Let’s Talk Ammonia (Part III)" (yalensis).

"The Russian Winter Offensive" (Hahn) (my emphasis in red):

"Some in the West are beginning to wake up to the dangers of Ukrainian ultranationalism and neofascism, not to mention the growing megalomania of Zelenskiy, who has appeared on ore than one occasion to be willing to risk the advent of a global nuclear winter in order to avoid sitting at the negotiating table across from Putin. Some may now come to understand that claims that Putin wants to seize all Ukraine and restore the USSR if not conquer Europe are yarns spun by Kiev to attract military and financial assistance and ultimately draw NATO forces into the war. There remains a danger that Kiev’s dream of a NATO intervention might come to fruition is the following temptation. NATO has declared that a defeat of Ukraine in the war is a defeat for NATO, and NATO cannot be allowed to lose a war to a Russia because that would accelerate the coming of the end to U.S. hegemony. It cannot be excluded and may even be likely that should Kiev appear to be losing the war that Polish forces, NATO or some ‘coalition of the willing’ will move military forces into western Ukraine up to the Dnepr but do so without attacking Russian forces. This would force Russia to cease much of its military activity or risk attacking NATO forces and a larger European-wide war. This or something like it is probably already being considered in Washington."

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