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Major shift in Putin’s stance on Ukraine

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Major shift in Putin’s stance on Ukraine

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waine
waine
October 18, 2022

Seems to me that if there is anything left of Ukraine at the end of the offensive, the West, NATO US UK EU, will use it to rearm what is left of the Ukie military to make life difficult for Russia, indeed the Nato terror organisation has already made statements to that effect, ” boosting the Ukie military, supplying it with Nato weaponry. Better that Russia takes Ukraine LOCK STOCK AND BARREL.

SheBear333
SheBear333
Reply to  waine
October 19, 2022

And re-taking all of Ukraine would simply be Russia taking back what is hers after 8 years of NATO/US/UK occupation following their coup overthrowing the legitimate Ukie government. All the Russians, Ukrainians, Belorussians — all of them are Kievan Rus, their ancestors having emerged from Kiev. Kiev is the birthplace of Russia and rightfully Russian territory. The fake history campaign that has been waged against Russia for the past 100 years, egging on Ukrainians to turn against their own brothers, is simply identity politics intended to destabilize Russia to allow the looting of the formidable resources to be found in… Read more »

Politico, EU weapons fund runs dry. Surovikin, complete surrender. Ukraine braces for blackouts. U/1

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