Will Russia invade the Ukraine? Or will there be a coup attempt on Dec 1 or 2nd? The Ukraine government stated that it obtained audio recordings of the alleged plotters, and claimed that they were readying a coup. The plotters were said to have attempted to recruit Ukraine’s wealthiest man, Rinat Akhmetov, into the plot. The US embassy in Kyiv issued an alert that cautioned US citizens about travel to the region due to “unusual Russian military activity.” At least 92,000 Russian Troops (not counting intelligence, Russian special forces, etc) are amassed on the border of Ukraine. Whether by coup or invasion, Ukraine is in the crosshairs of its enemies. It has become a powderkeg…so what will Biden do?
“We have challenges not only from the Russian Federation and possible escalation – we have big internal challenges. I received information that a coup d’etat will take place in our country on December 1-2…take our poll - story continues below
We are in full control of our borders and are fully prepared for any escalation.
Volodymyr Zelenskyy, President of Ukraine (VOA)
Secretary of State Blinken told news media that “Putin’s playbook” is about him invading Ukraine and claiming provocation. Putin himself declared that he has no intention of invading Ukraine, but he does want NATO and the US to stop sending weapons and troops to them. He even stated that he was glad his actions have caused a “certain stress” to western nations and wants to keep it there. He has urged Russian diplomats to push for “serious long-term guarantees ensuring our security in this area because Russia can’t keep on going like that, constantly thinking about what could happen there tomorrow.” (Military.com)
In an opinion piece on Fox, Rebekah Kofler, former DIA officer and specialist in Russian doctrine, stated that the US should not step into a war with Russia over Ukraine. Will Russia invade Ukraine? Some think it’s nearly inevitable.
If you thought $2 trillion and 6,000 American lives were a steep price to pay for a no-victory outcome of a 20-year engagement in Afghanistan, you ain’t seen nothing yet.
U.S. costs and losses in a war with nuclear Russia would be catastrophic. Such a war is unwinnable, and it is not worth sacrificing American lives to wage.
Russia’s elevated force posture along the Ukrainian border – including 114,000 soldiers, special forces, intelligence operatives and heavy weaponry, counting tanks – is reminiscent of Putin’s 2014 invasion of Ukraine. This, along with recent high-risk encounters between U.S. warships and the Russian navy in the Black Sea, and Putin’s warning on Nov. 13 about the U.S. throwing down the gauntlet to Moscow, constitute what’s called in the intelligence business “indications and warnings” of an impending crisis…
Predictably, Washington “experts” discharge advice that is not grounded in reality, in this case that while Ukraine is part of Russia’s vital interests, it is not part of America’s. Some advocate accelerated acceptance of Ukraine into NATO, which in their “expert” view would guarantee Ukraine’s security by virtue of obligating the U.S. and NATO to step into a Russo-Ukrainian conflict on behalf on Kiev. Others call for troop deployments into the region to deter KGB spymaster Putin…
Putin, who fears becoming a target of Washington’s doctrine of “regime change” that has claimed the likes of Saddam Hussein and Moammar Gadhafi, is primed for overreaction. Once the shooting starts, the war could very well go nuclear and involve debilitating cyber strikes on America’s power grid.
Washington in recent months has a habit of doing a lot of things that are “not grounded in reality.” Biden’s view of reality is colored by whoever is really pulling the strings of disaster to the United States. Everything he has done in the last 11 months has been detrimental to the United States in some form or another. Will Russia invade Ukraine? And what will Biden do in that event?
Never underestimate Joe Biden’s ability to f*** things up.
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