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Russia’s Plan A and Plan B, explained by Jacob Dreizin

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Russia’s Plan A and Plan B, explained by Jacob Dreizin
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Russia’s Plan A and Plan B, explained

Russia’s Plan A and Plan B, explained

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waine
waine
April 25, 2022

Great insight well worth listening to, this guy seems to know what he is talking about. The Ukies could have held on to more of it’s territory if they had not allowed the West (US/UK/EU ) to run the show. Biden and co are just using Ukraine as a battering ram against Russia, they don’t care how many young men get killed, as long as they keep Russia busy. The end result is, Ukraine will sacrifice it’s soldiers just to keep Uncle Sam and his vassals happy.

John
John
April 25, 2022

I don’t suppose this is a confidential revelation from Russia’s military command of ‘Plan A, Plan B etc..’ to our author, but is the way of our author’s presentation, in putting a neat handle on a discussion for the reader. The presentation is actually his assessment of Russia not going in assuming that things could or would unfold according to a single prediction (of course). Which is not exactly an initial plan A , then resort to plan B etc, if the preceding plan does not work for some reason. It’s more like continual assessment and intelligent response. So what… Read more »

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