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Kremlin issues final warning to Kiev ‘decision-making centers’

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Kremlin issues final warning to Kiev ‘decision-making centers’
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Richard
Richard
April 14, 2022
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Following you daily now. Understandably, the Ukraine operation is sucking up all attention–and air time! But there are at least three other fronts that are related–Georgia, Syria, and Iran. The Saker reports that Israel may be contemplating the bombing of Iran’s nuclear facilities, under the cover of Ukraine, of course. I am wondering if Alexander and Alex could please give us an update with your take on the other fronts?

Jim
Jim
Reply to  Richard
April 15, 2022

Israhell, is VERY VERY Sneaky, they use distactions then kill Palestinians total criminals!

Richard
Richard
April 14, 2022

On today’s program I really appreciated the discussion about Putin’s position with the Russian military and population on how vigorously is he prosecuting the war. Also liked Alexander’s comments on Alexander I, faced with Napoleon’s invasion, and Stalin, with regard to Hitler’s attack. I am a serious student of the American Civil War and agree with the comments on Lincoln. By 1862, Lincoln had shifted. After the Battle of Antietam, Lincoln was disgusted with Gen. McLellan’s failure to pursue Lee back into Virginia. There was even behind-closed-doors discussion of possible treason on McLellan’s part. But after the November 1862 Congressional… Read more »

Jim
Jim
Reply to  Richard
April 15, 2022

Lincoln sai I have “THE ENEMY in front of me & the Banks behind me”
Its the “Ones behind me I fear the most” He was right, NOW his country is “FU^KED”

George Hartwell
George Hartwell
April 15, 2022

I would agree that a ‘decapitation’ attack means taking out the top leadership. I interpret that as the cost of Ukraine dragging our negotiations which, I believe, is due to the Nazi leadership that is sadistic, hate-filled and will never surrender. For example, Putin may give the Chechens to go after Zelenski rather than warn him to take cautionary measures.

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George Hartwell
George Hartwell
Reply to  George Hartwell
April 15, 2022

BTW, I respect Putin’s slow approach in part because the Nazi battalions will refuse to surrender and the process of denazification is thereby assured to a large extent. The Russian forces establish a cauldron and then turn up the heat.

John
John
April 15, 2022

Striking Command is not engaging enemy troops or supplies in battle; dishourable without good reason.
Plus in this case, would be tantamount to a declaration of absolute regime-change, not in the original reasons given for invasion.

John
John
April 15, 2022

I’m surprised at your apparent suppose that Russia hasn’t gone for decapitation of political leadership; How could they and sincerely pursue negotiations – or at least keep their possibility open. That was a wise and honourable course to pursue at the outset., subject, no doubt, to revision.

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Jim
Jim
April 15, 2022

Alex, & Alexander, Please talk more on the N>W>O Thats what this battle is about Lavrov even said himself !

David Bowlas
David Bowlas
April 15, 2022

China and India have to keep in with Russia because they will be next!!!!

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