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Winter Is Coming and The War Has Just Begun

Posted by freedomforall 1 month, 3 weeks ago to Government
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Very interesting analysis of the war in Ukraine - and it does NOT support the NATO/US narrative.
The writer firmly believes that Ukraine is defeated and Russia is about to deliver the killing blows.
SOURCE URL: https://bigserge.substack.com/p/the-war-has-just-begun


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  • Posted by mhubb 1 month, 3 weeks ago
    on Fox
    2 different views

    Tucker Carlson that the guy he talks to says Russia is winning

    last night on the 8pm show, they guy that talks to RINOs had someone that blamed Russia for the pipeline sabotage and says Ukraine is winning

    me, i think Russia has the upper hand, i know they stuff they have sitting in warehouses, the number of unguided rocket launchers available that can devastate an area

    the simple fact is that land has been part of Russia for so long, people moving and living there that who it really belongs to is not up to me to decide

    i know Ukraine was in part on the side of Germany in 1939-1945, for valid reasons (what Stalin did to them)

    Russia has ALWAYS wanted access to a warm water port

    and in April, there was a deal on the table that biden the usurper killed

    and with il-legal labs in Ukraine, i can understand why Russia does not want NATO near it
    NATO cannot be trusted
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    • Posted by $ Dobrien 1 month, 3 weeks ago
      Ukraine was cutting off the fresh water supply to Crimea, they also were shelling the pro Russian Ukrainians . Since the Minsk treaty was signed the Ukraine Neo Nazi Azov forces with the countries backing violated it . As an example Schools were attacked over 200+ times in Donbasck (sp). Russia repeatedly warned about those violations and then NATO breaking other promises about NATO expansion was the straw that broke the camels back. That and biolabs! Russia is toying with Ukraine depleting NATO and US weaponry ammo and $$$.
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  • Posted by $ Markus_Katabri 1 month, 3 weeks ago
    Great Article.....In the end this all boils down to manpower. As it always has. Baring any massive technological imbalance the side with the most boots on the ground usually wins. Even WW2 demonstrated that sheer numbers of unwilling conscripts can overwhelm over extended technologically superior, and experienced, troops.
    Ukraine will not win this if the Russian resolve stays solid.
    I predict that by the end of the year Putin will either be assassinated or we will be in full blown war. Both sides are hell bent. I think we are currently watching the European equivalent of Dien Bien Phu. And just like last time the USA will jump in with both feet. Because war pays.

    Given the current state of recruitment and retention in the US armed forces what’s likely to happen will be politically entertaining but appalling when human misery is considered.

    What kind of false flag will THEY come up with to motivate “The WOKE” into enlisting as cannon fodder for the “Liberal” World Order. I can only imagine and I’m sure that will fall well short of reality.
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  • Posted by $ blarman 1 month, 3 weeks ago
    Great find. This explains what my gut had been telling me all along - that the media narrative was grasping to highlight anything they could to bolster our connection to a corrupt regime.

    The bigger concern in my mind was also highlighted in this analysis: that the US is quickly running itself out of wartime munitions. In the case of a real need for the US to go to war, we are woefully unprepared. Add to that the poor state in general of the military, the loss of combat readiness due to indoctrination and the inclusion of homosexuals in the ranks, and the precipitous draw-down of the strategic oil reserve and one finds a US which - although still capable - is not nearly the force it was forty years ago.

    Add to all of that leadership which is decidedly anti-American and the US is perilously unwilling to defend itself.
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    • Posted by 1 month, 3 weeks ago
      I agree, bman. 👍
      The current fighting labor force is not adequate to protect the world from those seeking
      power/resources, and barely adequate to prevent enemies from attacking US protectorate territories.
      They are "perilously unwilling to defend" any of the economic pseudo-colonial territories that the
      neocons have been wasting the cost of the military on for 40 years.
      But which, if any, of those economic pseudo-colonies should America's military defend?
      Which are of vital security interests and why?

      I doubt any enemy would be foolish enough to conventionally attack the 48 states.
      Any nuclear attack on American targets would bring nuclear response that no leader is foolish
      enough to provoke - unless the enemy has defenses in place that are far advanced over
      currently known defenses.

      A large majority of the expenditures on the military since the fall of the USSR have been
      wasted, but I think the subsurface nuclear fleet is a powerful deterrent to attack on territory
      inside American borders.
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      • Posted by 1 month, 3 weeks ago
        I think the real danger is from the Deep State in DC, Brussels, London believing that war is their only way to retain power.
        Certainly Putin thinks this is the danger based on his most recent speech, part of which is translated below:

        - “People cannot be fed with printed dollars and euros. You can't feed them with those pieces of paper, and the virtual, inflated capitalisation of western social media companies can't heat their homes… you can't feed anyone with paper – you need food; and you can't heat anyone’s home with these inflated capitalisations – you need energy.”

        - The West ‘benefitted from WW1 and WW2(!)’, and “in order to free itself from the latest web of challenges, they need to dismantle Russia,”

        - “They will try to trigger a collapse of the entire system, and blame everything on that, or, God forbid, decide to use the old formula of economic growth through war.”

        - “The battlefield to which destiny and history have called us is a battlefield for our people, for the great historical Russia… We must protect them against enslavement and monstrous experiments that are designed to cripple their minds and souls.”

        The above copied from this analysis:
        https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/use...
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  • Posted by starguy 1 month, 3 weeks ago
    As Napoleon and Hitler found out, it's never a good idea to tangle with Russia, in the winter.
    Buckle up, it's going to get interesting.
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  • Posted by $ Dobrien 1 month, 3 weeks ago
    On the Precipice

    I am fully cognizant that my views will be spun as “coping” after Ukraine’s gains in Kharkov oblast, but time will tell out. Ukraine is on its last legs - they drained everything usable out of NATO stockpiles to build up a first tier force over the summer, and that force has been mauled and degraded beyond repair just as Russia’s force generation is set to massively increase. Winter will bring not only the eclipse of the Ukrainian army, the destruction of vital infrastructure, and the loss of new territory and population centers, but also a severe economic crisis in Europe. In the end, the United States will be left to rule over a deindustrialized and degraded Europe, and a rump Ukrainian trashcanistan sequestered west of the Dnieper.

    Q also posted about the Precipice, what’s weird as Trump spoke of the precipice just this week. As he has been retruthing anons Q posts by the dozens driving the msm crazy.

    MSDNC CON: the Country is divided and dementia Joe [currently taking early-stage dementia medication?] is leading across-the-board.
    HOW DO YOU AMPLIFY A DESIRED THEME-NARRATIVE?
    MSDNC controls what you see [digital echo].
    Twitter - FB - GOOG control what you see and what trends [digital echo].
    Hollywood ['stars'] swarm to enforce ['trend' echo].
    Blue checkmarks swarm to enforce [digital echo].
    ANTIFA swarm to enforce [non_digital echo].
    Rage and emotion follow by those indoctrinated [echo controlled].
    Define 'indoctrinate'.
    to often repeat an idea or belief to someone in order to persuade them to accept it
    Next: grab 'rage & emotion' [organized platform(s)] by indoctrinated and project as 'majority' [zoom and enhance _narrow focus as mainstream].
    System of control.
    Many choose the path of least resistance.
    For many you cannot tell them the truth.
    You must show them.
    Only at the PRECIPICEwill people find the will [strength] to change and break the system of control [be free].
    Q
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  • Posted by xba739 1 month, 3 weeks ago
    It is true that Napoleon and Hitler did fail on their conquest, the big difference is that Ukraine is not trying to reach Moscow so won’t be drawn in like the other two. It is a wonder why Russia would hold back. Their Airforce and Navy don’t seem to be active yet
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