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Russia Planning Massive Military Offensive Against Ukraine Involving 175,000 Troops, U.S. Intelligence Warns

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Afghanistan was not America's enemy. It was those greedy liars called NeoCons who created the whole problem.
If USA had not started a war against Russia's good help to Afghanistan, the country would be a peaceful prosperous place.
STUPID Babylonian Sodomite USA CAUSED the WHOLE PROBLEM.
Ivan, the Ukraine deserves better than to be put through another bout with Russia. While nobody was looking in the 1940s war years, Lenin wiped out a million citizens of the Ukraine because the farmers said bad things about him, although they didn't withhold their products from Russia. Just because of words, Russia sent KGB to starve out the farmers by daily visits and invading their homes to get rid of any food they had stashed away, and went all over every farm to find and destroy food products.

Innocent men, women, and children died of starvation after providing Russia with a virtual breadbasket of goods and services. The KGB threatened and carried out their threats when the people found new ways of hiding foods. The KGB won, and all their children and themselves died, leaving farm land wasting. It was a footshoot, because by 1950, Russians had no food, and when a few oranges showed up, Moscow had a half-mile long line of people standing in line to buy oranges, if there were any left. I learned about it when I was about 6 years old, when weekly reader magazine was in schools that kept children interested in the news. Anyway, that business of people being turned away due to shortages of many foods, but the oranges stood out in my mind for some reason. Now I realize it was a footshoot from the years Russia spent meddling with people's very existence due to criticizing them for not including the people of the Ukraine in decision making. They were unfairly killed in masses.
 

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Putin relies on useful idiots like you to weaken the world's resolve to stand against him.
Putin relies on the weakness of Skidmark *Joe and the demleftist party. He knows everything they do is for optics to get re elected. He will play them like the fools they are.
 

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As tensions mount between Washington and Moscow over a potential Russian invasion of Ukraine, U.S. intelligence has found the Kremlin is planning a multi-front offensive as soon as early next year involving up to 175,000 troops, according to U.S. officials and an intelligence document obtained by The Washington Post.

The Kremlin has been moving troops toward the border with Ukraine while demanding Washington guarantee that Ukraine will not join NATO and that the alliance will refrain from certain military activities in and around Ukrainian territory. The crisis has provoked fears of a renewed war on European soil and comes ahead of a planned virtual meeting next week between President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

“The Russian plans call for a military offensive against Ukraine as soon as early 2022 with a scale of forces twice what we saw this past spring during Russia’s snap exercise near Ukraine’s borders,” said an administration official, speaking on the condition of anonymity to discuss sensitive information. “The plans involve extensive movement of 100 battalion tactical groups with an estimated 175,000 personnel, along with armor, artillery and equipment.”

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While laying the groundwork for an invasion, the Russian government has also been waging a propaganda campaign, the U.S. administration official said.

“Additionally, in the past month, our information indicates Russian influence proxies and media outlets have started to increase content denigrating Ukraine and NATO, in part to pin the blame for a potential Russian military escalation on Ukraine,” the official said.
“Recent information also indicates that Russian officials proposed adjusting Russia’s information operations against Ukraine to emphasize the narrative that Ukrainian leaders had been installed by the West, harbored a hatred for the ‘Russian world,’ and were acting against the interests of the Ukrainian people.”

In his comments in Latvia, Blinken cautioned the Ukrainians not to give Russia a pretext for military action.
“We’re also urging Ukraine to continue to exercise restraint because, again, the Russian playbook is to claim provocation for something that they were planning to do all along,” he said.

Putin has demanded the United States and its allies provide signed assurances excluding any expansion of NATO to include Ukraine and Georgia and limiting military activity near Russia’s borders, most notably in and around Ukraine.

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White House press secretary Jen Psaki rejected out of hand the idea that Washington would provide a guarantee that Ukraine will not enter NATO.
“NATO member countries decide who is a member of NATO, not Russia,” Psaki told reporters during a White House briefing Friday.



Fuck Putin. In a head-to-head contest, we'd kick his ass.
maybe but not with the surrenderer in chief in oval office, he still owes putin for the 2012 election and will continue the more flexible policies of his boss obama
 

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As tensions mount between Washington and Moscow over a potential Russian invasion of Ukraine, U.S. intelligence has found the Kremlin is planning a multi-front offensive as soon as early next year involving up to 175,000 troops, according to U.S. officials and an intelligence document obtained by The Washington Post.

The Kremlin has been moving troops toward the border with Ukraine while demanding Washington guarantee that Ukraine will not join NATO and that the alliance will refrain from certain military activities in and around Ukrainian territory. The crisis has provoked fears of a renewed war on European soil and comes ahead of a planned virtual meeting next week between President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

“The Russian plans call for a military offensive against Ukraine as soon as early 2022 with a scale of forces twice what we saw this past spring during Russia’s snap exercise near Ukraine’s borders,” said an administration official, speaking on the condition of anonymity to discuss sensitive information. “The plans involve extensive movement of 100 battalion tactical groups with an estimated 175,000 personnel, along with armor, artillery and equipment.”

[snip]

While laying the groundwork for an invasion, the Russian government has also been waging a propaganda campaign, the U.S. administration official said.

“Additionally, in the past month, our information indicates Russian influence proxies and media outlets have started to increase content denigrating Ukraine and NATO, in part to pin the blame for a potential Russian military escalation on Ukraine,” the official said.
“Recent information also indicates that Russian officials proposed adjusting Russia’s information operations against Ukraine to emphasize the narrative that Ukrainian leaders had been installed by the West, harbored a hatred for the ‘Russian world,’ and were acting against the interests of the Ukrainian people.”

In his comments in Latvia, Blinken cautioned the Ukrainians not to give Russia a pretext for military action.
“We’re also urging Ukraine to continue to exercise restraint because, again, the Russian playbook is to claim provocation for something that they were planning to do all along,” he said.

Putin has demanded the United States and its allies provide signed assurances excluding any expansion of NATO to include Ukraine and Georgia and limiting military activity near Russia’s borders, most notably in and around Ukraine.

[snip]

White House press secretary Jen Psaki rejected out of hand the idea that Washington would provide a guarantee that Ukraine will not enter NATO.
“NATO member countries decide who is a member of NATO, not Russia,” Psaki told reporters during a White House briefing Friday.



Fuck Putin. In a head-to-head contest, we'd kick his ass.
 

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Putin relies on useful idiots like you to weaken the world's resolve to stand against him.
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Putin relies on the weakness of Skidmark *Joe and the demleftist party. He knows everything they do is for optics to get re elected. He will play them like the fools they are.
LaL, we don't love to see our USA being canceled from within and without, and we do not always realize that God has a purpose for all the garish things the left says and does. I pray for all here to help resolve the nation's divisions, under God and indivisible, if it is his plan to honor every sacrifice made with a son or daughter's life in hostile countries. I pray for strength and justice, widows and orphans. God bless us all. Good evening, everyone here.
 

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I just saw Fox News. They say the Russians are poised to boogie against the nation of Ukraine. Fox News
And how else to explain the deterioration of life to idiots? Terrible Russia, which is about to attack poor Ukraine (by the way, where is it?), and then seize the whole of Europe .... What pathetic idiots you are...
 

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As tensions mount between Washington and Moscow over a potential Russian invasion of Ukraine, U.S. intelligence has found the Kremlin is planning a multi-front offensive as soon as early next year involving up to 175,000 troops, according to U.S. officials and an intelligence document obtained by The Washington Post.

The Kremlin has been moving troops toward the border with Ukraine while demanding Washington guarantee that Ukraine will not join NATO and that the alliance will refrain from certain military activities in and around Ukrainian territory. The crisis has provoked fears of a renewed war on European soil and comes ahead of a planned virtual meeting next week between President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

“The Russian plans call for a military offensive against Ukraine as soon as early 2022 with a scale of forces twice what we saw this past spring during Russia’s snap exercise near Ukraine’s borders,” said an administration official, speaking on the condition of anonymity to discuss sensitive information. “The plans involve extensive movement of 100 battalion tactical groups with an estimated 175,000 personnel, along with armor, artillery and equipment.”

[snip]

While laying the groundwork for an invasion, the Russian government has also been waging a propaganda campaign, the U.S. administration official said.

“Additionally, in the past month, our information indicates Russian influence proxies and media outlets have started to increase content denigrating Ukraine and NATO, in part to pin the blame for a potential Russian military escalation on Ukraine,” the official said.
“Recent information also indicates that Russian officials proposed adjusting Russia’s information operations against Ukraine to emphasize the narrative that Ukrainian leaders had been installed by the West, harbored a hatred for the ‘Russian world,’ and were acting against the interests of the Ukrainian people.”

In his comments in Latvia, Blinken cautioned the Ukrainians not to give Russia a pretext for military action.
“We’re also urging Ukraine to continue to exercise restraint because, again, the Russian playbook is to claim provocation for something that they were planning to do all along,” he said.

Putin has demanded the United States and its allies provide signed assurances excluding any expansion of NATO to include Ukraine and Georgia and limiting military activity near Russia’s borders, most notably in and around Ukraine.

[snip]

White House press secretary Jen Psaki rejected out of hand the idea that Washington would provide a guarantee that Ukraine will not enter NATO.
“NATO member countries decide who is a member of NATO, not Russia,” Psaki told reporters during a White House briefing Friday.



Fuck Putin. In a head-to-head contest, we'd kick his ass.
The problem with electing Joe Biden is he is a weak President and our enemies see now is an excellent time to make a move on nations they wish to acquire. Russia wants to acquire Ukraine and China Taiwan.

The danger is that Joe Biden will try to prove he is the same tough guy who faced down Corn Pop at the pool and we may end up in a war with Russia or China (or both). Unfortunately both Russia and China have a nuclear arsenal. If a war starts between them and us, it will not take much to have a rapid escalation and an exchange of nuclear weapons.

It just takes one nuclear weapon to ruin your entire day. A couple thousand and Global Warming will no longer be a problem as we will have a nuclear winter.

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Biden's not going to use force. All of nato would have to agree first, and that won't happen, and even if it did .... Biden was more or less from the Ted Kennedy school of diplomacy
 

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