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Sunday, October 9, 2022

The Tail is Wagging the Dog! Ukraine is NOT WINNING the War!

 

Listen to the interview with Colonel Douglas Macgregor. Here are some of his points:

  • Ukraine is losing. Their army has essentially been destroyed. 
  • Russia has made it clear they will only use nuclear weapons in a retaliatory way, unlike Zelensky and Biden, who have promised to do "whatever it takes" including using nuclear weapons, against Russia! Zelensky has called for a "preemptive strike." Such an act would likely launch World War III with 
  • Ukraine is staging events to make it look like they have Russia on the run. It just ain't true! They dress up Ukrainians and give them Russian flags. We have a "one-sided reporting system." It's fake news!
  • The goal is world domination under the globalists using the World Economic Forum, the EU, NATO, and the UN. It's not working. 
  • Russia has unlimited resources: food, gas, etc. Most of the world lives in Asia and that part of the world is pro-Russia. They "don't want to go the way of Europe.... The dollar is at risk...and the truth is that we're in a lot of trouble!...That's what Americans need to understand....We are destroying the good will of the German people for the United States."


11 comments:

Mary Kay said...

I have been hoping to hear an update by Col. MacGregor. His is the one reassuring voice of sanity from a military view, the voice of reason in a noisy anti-Russia media. I found the whole recording consoling, in a sense. Of course we don't have any control over the outcome of the war, but the fact that freezing weather is coming up certainly makes it evident that Zelensky is panicking in his attempt to nuke Russia, and it's making him sound a bit unhinged. Europe could easily survive without Ukraine, but not so easily without Russia. This post from iearlgrey.com continues the theme:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qMpPFlV1jRQ

umblepie said...

A fantastic and really informative interview with Colonel Douglas Macgregor. To hear the truth is both shocking but not unexpected, and confirms the suspicions that so many have that this whole, terrible war, could have been avoided if the USA and the UK and other European 'Great Reset' gangsters really were seeking peace! Thank you, Colonel Macgregor, for your courage and integrity. We pray God that peace will prevail.

whitney said...

All true. We are in trouble. But at the same time we are ruled by a satanic cult of child sacrifice and sodomy. It's got to go. I know we will all suffer when it does but we know the way to heaven is through Calvary

Sviatoslav said...

Oh, this idiot's on Youtube again. Saying that "Russian victory is inevitable" and "Ukrainians are almost destroyed" from the start of 2022 works only on Westerners who have the attention span of a hummingbird on meth... "Ukraine is staging events" - let's dispel the myths of war using linguistics. Russian language spoken in Eastern Ukraine has a new word - "химарснуть"/"HIMARS-ing". The colloquial English translation is the word "obliterate". This word is primarily among the use of Russian fresh recruits currently located in Eastern Ukraine. "The goal is world domination using NATO and the UN" - Muscovy's militaristic imperialism is... Older than WEF by more than ten times. Older than EU by twenty five times. Older than NATO and UN by more than seven times. Yet, no one looks at Russian imperialism - the only really comparable concept to which (Prussian imperialism) was only encountered in Europe fairly recently (yet, not even a century has passed and the world largely forgot - you'd think that the WW2 would leave more mark in history). "Russia has unlimited resources - food, gas, etc." - and it sells those resources abroad (now cut due to sanctions) and imports pretty much everything (also cut down due to sanctions). But than again, Russian serfs don't need them Western medicines, microchips, X-ray machines, software and so forth - they have gas, food and hypersonic missiles, lol) This is evidenced by their hurry to "join the war" or, rather, hurry to join Georgia, Kazakhstan (countries denigrated by Russians as "shitholes" just before the mobilization) and Mongolia. "They don't want to go the way of Europe" - they very much do, as a villa in Europe, a foreign diploma and a good foreign car are the three signs that you've made it in Russia. Just look where the most villas, yachts, planes and other personal belongings Russian officials have stashed the most; it ain't Russia. "Asia is pro-Russia" - evidently, someone has never been in Georgia, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Mongolia, Afghanistan, Turkey and China)

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

I'm impressed, Sviatoslav. Now you're an expert, not only on Ukraine, but on "Georgia, Kazakhastan, Tajikistan, Mongola, Afghanistan, Turkey and China" All I can say is, "Wow!" Now if only I could just stop laughing. By the way, you neglected to include, India, Brazil, and the every other country in the world.

It occurred to me to wonder what your credentials are for dissing everyone who disagrees with your take on world events. Somehow I don't see Col. Macgregor or Alex Berenson and others as "idiots." But I'm open to your superior wisdom and authority if you can demonstrate that you have any.

Sviatoslav said...

"I'm open to your superior wisdom" - good. Hopefully, you'll listen less to the American armchair "let them eat cake" "realists" like Kissinger and MacGregor and more to people who actually know what they're talking about. As for me? Well, I'm just a guy who actually lives there, who's aware of the historical context (especially for countries we've interacted with historically and countries where me and my relatives have personally been) and who knows people from those countries and knows more about the culture of these countries than a given Westerner.

"You neglected to include India and Brazil" - wow! Way to go, Mary. I'd like for you to show me where Brazil is on the map of Asia. If you can find it there, I'd be very impressed. Your dubious knowledge of geography aside, you do have a point about India (which still doesn't make it "all of Asia"). India's neutrality on this is documented (in part due to Russia being on the side of India during those Pakistani-Hindu disputes) - and, for your info, I've just listed the Asian countries that are explicitly against Russian aggression, contrary to the idiotic assertion that "all of Asia supports Russia". "And the every other country in the world" - the only countries that explicitly support Russia are North Korea, Eritrea, Syria and Belarus. China tries to sit on the fence, but the people there don't particularly like Russia - you won't see Chinese PLA dying in vain for Putin's land grab.

"What are your credentials for dissing the likes of MacGregor" - a pair of functioning eyes, a functioning brain and a good amount of knowledge of history and of the cultures involved. But what are MacGregor's credentials for this issue? When was he last in Europe, much less on the actual frontlines of this war he tries to cover? What are his sources (I haven't seen him cite anything, ever - much less anything credible)? What are his qualifications regarding the history and culture of Russia, past Soviet Union republics and Ukraine? Oh, he has nothing of those? Well than. Allow me to retort. The real situation is that the Russian war effort is so "successful" that general after general and colonel after colonel are getting swapped very quickly (and they aren't promoted). The "cruel" Georgia (not the one near Kansas, but the one near Caucasus) forces the wannabe-liberator Russians to sign waivers that have them denouncing their pet Latin symbol "Z", George's Ribbon and other such symbols, as well as the "special military operation" - they are crying as they are signing it, but it's better to cry in Georgia than to die in Ukraine from HIMARS, Javelin or a bullet. The Russians dodge their recruiters (you'd think that, with multiple supposed victories, morale should not be that low) and even upload how-to videos of them breaking their own legs in order to not be shipped to the front. That's not even the most damning part - that honor belongs to the letters of Ramzan Kadyrov (Chechen warlord) and Yevgeniy Prigozhin (head of PMC "Wagner" - one guess who it's named after and whose favorite composer that guy was) to the Russian leadership. When these guys speak of "costly mistakes" on the front, on the incompetence of Putin's chosen generals, of weak and flabby war effort (basically, the same errors which happened to the Soviets in Afghanistan and to Russians in Chechnya)... Than from where does MacGregor get his "the Ukrainians are staging all of this" from? From the same place Walter Cronkite got his "America lost at Tet"?

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

Ah...I've met my match in sarcasm. My policy going forward is to allow one dissertation from you per post. If it's longer than ten lines, I won't post another. I let one get by on another post after I said I wouldn't post anymore because it was a reasonable length. You need a control feature on your keyboard.

Sviatoslav said...

Hah! I am thankful that my wit is appreciated... But, I've been wondering. Mary, what's your take on Xi Jinping's Red China opening a Chinese Police Station right in New York with Biden's blessing? Because I'm smelling "foolish dissidents who've fled to USA will be returned to China" and "new global police force for the good of International Communism" - I wonder if anybody with a different perspective gets the same vibes. Because this issue makes those illegal Mexicans look pretty insignificant...

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

China is buying our country and Biden is selling. It's insane. I don't buy Smithfield products any more since China took them over. There should be a law against selling our real estate to foreign nations.

Sviatoslav said...

Well, that's just nuts. In Ukraine, until so very recently, all of the land was de-facto public and could only be rented. Buying and selling it like it is a commodity was prohibited as a legacy of Communist times - I don't fully agree with that (as private-held lands are better maintained and I believe in the free market), but this needs to stay so long as corruption enables foreigners and unscrupulous developers to buy that land for pennies. Sounds like America has the the same problem - not many people look who's buying the land, for what purposes and from where comes the money that they use to pay for it. In our "land reform", some people did propose to ban sale of land to foreigners, but that's a laugh coming from them; corruption in our government could help Satan himself with that if he just gave a bribe while showing up for the purchase (and they wouldn't look at the hooves and the pitchfork either)...

Sviatoslav said...

"I don't buy Smithfield products" - Red China took over pretty much everything. 51% - a controlling share - is required to be given to the Chinese govt by any business that seeks to operate there, be it native or coming from someplace else. Even now, big giants like Microsoft, Apple and Google are trapped too - recently, some of them tried to grumble try to decouple. Only to find out that they can't, because Red China both makes a mockery of copyright laws (imagine Apple or Samsung in other countries literally competing with their own products manufactured in China). Their fault, of course - they couldn't crack open some of Mussolini's books on Fascism and realize that all varieties of Marxism are hostile to the very concept of business? I agree with your point about real estate - foreign nationals should only be able to rent a country's land, not to own it.