Russia’s Foreign Ministry warned on Monday that Washington’s policies have brought the US and Russia to the brink of a “direct clash.”
Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Maria Zakharova made the comments in response to a statement from State Department spokesman Ned Price, who said last week that Russia was to “blame” for the deterioration of US-Russia relations.
Zakharova said that the US was at fault due to its goal of maintaining “American hegemony” while ignoring Russia’s security concerns. “This is a dangerous and short-sighted policy that puts the US and Russia on the verge of a direct clash,” she said.
Zakharova said that Russia was interested in reducing tensions with the US and called on the Biden administration to avoid escalation. “For its part, Moscow urges the Joe Biden administration to soberly assess the situation and not to unleash a spiral of dangerous escalation. We hope that they will hear us in Washington, though there is no reason for optimism so far,” she said.
Throughout the war, Russian officials have made clear that they believe they are not just fighting Ukrainian forces in Ukraine but also the US and NATO. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov recently said that the US and NATO are “directly participating” in the war by providing weapons and training Ukrainian soldiers.
The US and NATO continue to escalate their role in the war, with the US planning to give Ukraine new weapons and increase the training of Ukrainian forces in Germany. NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg acknowledged earlier this month that the current policy could lead to full-blown war with Russia but said the alliance must continue supporting Ukraine despite the risk.
“I fear that the war in Ukraine will get out of control, and spread into a major war between NATO and Russia,” Stoltenberg said. “If things go wrong, they can go horribly wrong.”
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The Dolt Stoltenturd should have considered & should have realized that to refuse to negotiate with Russia on a threat of first strike weapons on the Ukraine border was a dangerous provocation and would endanger world peace, perhaps the very self determination of Ukraine if not its viability as an independent state. If as stated by him, “NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg acknowledged earlier this month that the current policy could lead to full-blown war with Russia but said the alliance must continue supporting Ukraine despite the risk.” Strikes me there is also then the risk that Ukraine could get totally obliterated as a civilization!!!!!! Were they aware that they could become the demonstration grounds of Russian Super Nukes, 4000 times the blast of the bombs that ended WWII…????? Just one such bomb could level every structure up to five miles out from ground zero, and 90% of structures out to twenty miles out. What were they thinking when they called Russia, world leader in lethal nuclear weapons in numbers and destructive force. Why. would they even consider presenting an existential threat to such a potent power, when they in essence have no real chance against hem. How many of the non-nuclear bomb members of that club are willing to take one one or two of Russias 200 million tons of TNT equivalent super nukes just so Ukraine does not suffer the indignity of having to negotiate with Russia.
Stoltencrook is nobody. He is taking orders from Washington the same as Zelensky does.
Yes, but at least he’s giving off a sign -he’s scared like the rest of us- however pusillanimous of human solidarity. Whereas, the true believers (i.e., neoconservatism, not good and evil), the Nuland, Blinken, Sullivan, … are pure Will-to-Power, possessed of only a half human-ness. They have no soul.
…at least he’s giving off a sign -he’s scared like the rest of us-
Cowardice doth make conscientious of us all.
Perfect, Stoltenberg the anti-Hamlet.
The Europeans in NATO seem precariously convinced that the US would risk a nuclear exchange with Russia if the war spreads beyond Ukraine.
NATO is not only providing weapons to Ukraine and training Ukrainian soldiers but also pays the salaries to Ukrainian soldiers, which makes Ukrainian army a mercenary army of NATO. The soldiers from other NATO countries are fighting against Russia too. Definitely it is a war between NATO and Russia.
It is a war between the US and Russia, or has it become so personal to call it Biden’s war against Putin? The NATO leaders are the war criminals.
It is left to Russia to save Europe, the world depends on Russia.
The American neocons are the real war criminals.
Russia had perfectly rational and legitimate issues and a rational American government would have respected the Russian considerations and would have settled it diplomatically.
Trump was irrational but not as dangerous and criminal as Biden. Biden is the real danger combined with the crazy clown Zelensky we are in real trouble.
Maybe, it is rather a war of American political-financial elite, supported by European elites, for the full spectrum dominance over the planet. Russia got in the way of this project. And China too. By the way, much of Russian elite, which was created in time of Yeltsin, is still pro-American; they don’t mind to have the global empire with the center in Washington. Actually, what concerns Europe, every country is divided within itself on this issue. In some countries pro-Russian people are majority, in some – pro-American are the majority. The elites mostly pro-American, lower classes mostly anti-American. The rest of the world is mostly against American domination. It is a world war for the future of the humankind.
You are right, as long as corporations are making profits it is all ok. That is why they never openly talked about the limited sovereignty of Germany and indirectly Europe. Germany is still an occupied country, American troops are still stationed in Germany and other European countries like Italy. Now the big corporations can move like the BASF but the Mittelstand, medium sized family owned companies can’t survive this. The US destroys the EU deliberately. It is a US competitor and that can’t be. Now this is the third attempt to destroy the German economic power.
That is what wars are about, economic power, not any ideals, and Trump knew it well.
In West Europe, the same as in East Europe, the elites are corrupted by the global financial elite. In US it is not much different. If Congress cared about the people and the country, the budget money would be distributed differently. They wasted more than 2 trillions only for the war in Afghanistan. Only MIC and the corrupted political elite profited from that.
Putin did clean up some of the corruption, and many of the corrupt elite took their money and moved to the USA and UK. They are the guests now on TV with talk-show pundits demonizing Putin and getting paid for doing it.
You are right about the corruption. The West used the corruption in Russia, Ukraine and in other countries quite efficiently. Those numerous, so called non governmental organizations (actually they were funded from US budget and worked for US government) were active in all post-communist countries on large scale. They also were active in Iraq and in many other countries. The governments allowed them to work for neocon agenda exactly because of the corruption. In Ukraine, for example, the book shops were full of neo-Nazi literature starting from the beginning of 1990th, the teachers in schools also promoted the far right ideas etc. It helped a lot to create a favorable for neocons situation in all post-soviet countries.
NGOs are still active in the ME as well, funded with money from the AID funds. The indoctrination of children begins practically in kindergarten. The CIA works out of every embassy organizing demonstrations and regime changes. They meddle in every country, the White Helmets were part of the undercover work. When the students in Iran took the embassy people prisoners many where CIA people, not diplomatic personnel.
I very much agree but I would add that it just seems to be human nature to test all the fates…
The human nature can be influenced by the education and the propaganda. The human mentality is changeable. We can see how much the way of thinking of the ordinary people changed in some countries in the last 30 years by persistent propaganda of LGBT, neo-Nazism and some other anti-Christian agendas. I don’t see any honest discussion of the global problems in the main stream media; just the propaganda.
Renate, in my heart I believe that ByeDone actually WANTS to go to war with Russia. The Amerikkkan regime somehow fancies itself as “heroic” and defeating big, bad Russia would be icing on the cake.
Too bad none of us will be around to “enjoy the spoils of war” when the planet is decimated.
Wow, that will be interesting, and short. Wonder what the strategic thinking is? The Ukrainians not getting rid of the mobniks fast enough? Tired of paying for a Navy that doesn’t get much use?
US Policies? Well, let’s add to that, Russian policies and the full scale invasion of a free and sovereign Ukraine.
US Policies were the precursor to the Russian invasion. As for the freedom of Ukraine, the coup in ’14 put the kibosh on that – US policies again – and it’s sovereignty was a gift from Russia and has been rescinded by Russia.
No, that’s BS. You are repeating Russian propaganda.
Gift from Russia? Get out of here with that crap.
More like Russia was a gift from Ukraine.
Again, in 2014 Russia bribed Yanukovych to pull him out of the Ukraine – EU economic agreement right before it was going to be signed. An agreement that would’ve brough huge economic gains to Ukraine and would’ve had Ukraine selling Natural Gas to the EU. This was not going to be allowed by Putin as he wanted/wants gas monopoly hence the billions he gave to Yanukovych to stir Ukraine away from it. Ukrainians did not allow its president to sell their country. After Ukrainians removed Yanukovych, the new President stated he would not extend the Sevastopol Naval Base lease, Putin then took Crimea in direct violation of the Budapest Memorandum, the one that guaranteed Ukraine’s territorial integrity and sovereignty and the one that allows UK and US as signatories to support Kyiv.
Now, ask any Ukrainian if this is false.
You are a bald faced liar, as anyone familiar with recent events will confirm.
Russia granted Ukraine it’s independence at the collapse of the Soviet Union. Ukraine failed as an independent state and soon was seeking a bail out from the loan sharks backed by the US/EU. Russia offered a much better deal that wouldn’t have pauperized the Ukrainian people. Having failed in their swindle, the West staged riots led by the neo-Nazi elements that were dormant in Ukraine since the WW2.
In an effort to restore domestic peace, Yanukovych agreed to resign and hold new elections. Fearful that this election wouldn’t go their way the neocons made a final push to upend the government that involved shooting protestors and police alike at Maidan Square. It succeeded in overthrowing the democratically elected government forcing it to flee from a Nazi lynch mob.
The new government, hand picked by the neocon architects of the putsch began a civil war against the Eastern half of the county – with the exception of Crimea which Russia never completely yielded to Ukraine – and was spared the genocide visited upon the people of Donbas.
The Kiev regime’s drubbing it took in it’s war against it’s own people brought them to the peace talks that resulted in the Minsk agreements but on account of their admitted bad faith, Kiev never implemented them, instead they used the time to rearm and return to war which they are currently losing.
Now, take your pathetic crapola elsewhere, it’s stinking up the joint!
Well somebody is upset.
I dont much care for bald faced liars – or those that do.
I still feel strongly that the secessionists in the Donbass and Crimea, of their own free will, joined the Russian Federation because they knew they could not defend themselves from the US funded regime in Kyev.
Stoltenberg said, “If things go wrong, they can go horribly wrong.”
Oh, now he tells us..
and the idiot keeps digging the hole deeper. Talking about the insanity of the USA/NATO bunch. We are being controlled, and manipulated, they call it governing, by idiots, our congress consists of nothing but idiot millionaires, it is breath-taking, sickening.
Bloody well said Renate!
Yes, as if he had no agency in things getting to these straits. All those warnings from realists like Kenan etc. we’re exactly about this very situation: don’t back the bear into a corner.
Before the nuclear age, big wars used to begin in late spring or summer. With nuclear arms that is no longer true.
I guess that means we cannot factor in the holidays?…
Perhaps Russia will take back Alaska? Although, it may glow in the dark then.
Well it used to be part of Russia, so according to some people here that gives them the right to take it back.
Well, finally US, Russia and Nato agree on something. That’s a first step. Now I hope they also unanimously come to the realization that there can exist no alternative that is less desirable. The common understanding that this war needs to end before it ends us. And to quote Micheal Ledeen (the former incarnation of Anne Applebaum) “faster please”.
Washington is trying to get out ahead of and frustrate the coming Russian offensive by diverting it into an attack on Poland.
There are unconfirmed rumors that Poland intends, evidently with Ukraine approval, to send its troops into Ukraine in March. There are also reports of large numbers of Polish-speaking troops in the Kharkiv region.
“unconfirmed rumors” That is exactly what they are: rumors.
Something to keep in the back of your mind.
That nice but what has that to do with Poland sending troops to Ukraine?
It demonstrates that they are already working together.
No it does not.
Oh, well, if you say so. Thanks for straightening me out.
No one hates quite like the Polish.
Why is it that Russians don’t like the Polish people?
“If things go wrong, they can go horribly wrong.” Wow! Such a profound statement. Did you think of it all by yourself? Although you’re not as useful as an actual A$$ Wipe, you can still be an example of how stupid NATO has become. If NATO is not ashamed to have Stoltenberg represent it, then NATO has no shame.
The argument for voting for Biden was that it was time to let the “adults” start running the country again. Thanks to these “adults”, we’re on the verge of WWIII and the southern border is wide open. Is it sheer incompetence or do these “adults” know exactly what they’re doing? Trump is a deeply flawed human being, but I doubt he would have gotten us into this mess.
I wish it was that simple. I’m no fan of those $hitlibs, but I recall Trump was actually touting the fact that he got “us into this mess.” See him in the video:
He supplied Kiev with Javelin missiles. Each president handing off the war baton.
Trump was always ready to sell military products, the big export for US companies.
The neocons, Russophobes were always in control of Trump too, he may have liked Putin but he continued all the sanctions, not the slightest change in foreign policies. He acted in his own interest when he blocked funding for Ukraine to get dirt on Biden. Politics as usual.
Increased the sanctions.
There is absolutely no reason to think things would be different had Trump won. None.
Trump whining about taking documents to Florida with him:
“I’m the only one who can’t take anything,” Trump said on Monday night. “But maybe our country would be better off if I actually had the nuclear codes because our enemies would be afraid, unlike they are now.”
I don’t know about you but that doesn’t warm my heart.
Somehow the Washington attitude reminds me of a story I heard about the Manhattan Project physicists who first succeeded in creating a near-critical mass of uranium. That is, a mass that could, if pushed a little further, could go into a chain reaction
And one of these sober scientists, curious apes that we all are, took two sub-critical masses and pushed them closer and closer together, to see how close they get before the reaction went out of control.
Tickling the dragon’s tail, I think it was called.
It feels like that is what the US and its NATO partners are doing in Ukraine.
The experiment that I believe you are referring to was done very carefully. The two masses were not pushed together, but slid by each other using gravity.
This mess that Russia cause in Ukraine is certainly not a carefully designed experiment. Russia attack Ukraine assuming that their army would run over Ukraine in a few days or weeks and West world would do nothing because they were dependent on Russian energy. Well Russia was wrong on both accounts.
Russia did what Clausewitz said, war, the continuation of diplomacy. The Russians and Putin believed that they were dealing with sane people in Washington and Kiev, they were wrong. The crazy Biden people did not even answer in a timely manner. In Washington they are delusional war hawks, Biden and his neocons are lunatics, the PNAC people, the Project for the New American Century, never left the government and the state department.
Now we have to deal with the consequences of all the idiots of the BIDEN administration, Trump could not have been worse than that or Bush before him.
Bush and Trump removed us from critical treaties: INF, ABM.
And Biden is finishing the job.
PNAC goes all the way back to Bush and Cheney, the beginning of the war, and NATO expansion is the Clinton legacy.
Biden met Zelensky days after he was inaugurated, he knew the details of the 2014 regime change well and the 8 years of civil war that followed in Ukraine and the years of arming and training Ukrainians for an assault on Russia. He knew and he must have told Scholz in February that the US would blow up the pipeline if they would take LNG from Russia.
Biden became president to start that very war, it appears to have been his priority. It would be his legacy for the history books.
That’s true. But they didn’t, through reckless arrogance and stupidity, plunge the world into the most dangerous hot war in a very long time.
Beating Shrub Bush in the Reckless War competition wasn’t easy, but Team Biden has done it.
You are so honest OB1! That’s what i like about you!
To old and stubborn to pretend with people for whom I have no respect, I guess 😉
Well do you think I have any respect for an old man who spends his time complaining about other people?
So if I am boring, why do you read my statements?
they were not wrong in knowing the Ukraine was dangerous and a threat to Russia’s security. After the 2014 coup, the West followed u by training and arming Ukraine to go into phase 2: provoke Russia and weaken Russia when the “entire world” would be against them. Iguess the West miscalculated.
I believe it was as the basement of Yale University. A new gadget, the geiger counter, clicked away, slowly at first, then picked up tempo. Chain reaction would have introduced us to the destructive power of the atom. Here.
So typical, blaming the USA for Russia invasion of Ukraine. That reminds me of the people who blamed US for Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor. Anyway Russia made the decision to attack Ukraine and take Ukrainian land. Of course the Pro-Russian/Anti-American crowd will come up with “historical” reasons to justified the war.
You remind me of people who never learned, don’t understand, or simply refuse to understand, that US sanctions and trade restrictions on Japan played a major role in the developing circumstances that led Japan to attack Pearl Harbor.
There are important differences, of course, between US actions in that situation and the US actions that that provoked Russia over the years leading up to the 2/2022 invasion of Ukraine. A key difference is that, in the former case, the US was actually responding to aggressive Japanese behavior in Asia and the Pacific, while in the present case the US has been engaged in relentless aggression against Russia solely because of its clearly-stated policy of preventing the possibility of any global or regional powers becoming strong enough to challenge American dominance.
Do you understand that a country has a right not to trade with another? Anyway, Japan start the war with the US. But you want to blame the US for starting WW2 go ahead.
Reading for meaning is important Kenneth. Work on it.
The US controlled the maritime flow in the South China sea and placed an oil embargo on Japan which pushed Japan to attack. As a democracy (democracies do not start wars) the US never starts wars; it is provoked. The Maine in Havana, the Gulf of Tonkin, the Lousitania, Pearl Harbor, etc.
It’s anti-war crowd, idgit.
No USA involvement, no invasion. It is so simple.
But then I’d be telling you all those 30 years’ worth of boring facts again.
Whereas a patriot as yourself has never been against any US adventures?
That is not true. I opposed the Vietnam war and the second Iraq war.
That is a lot of years being anti-US. I bet you thought your criticism was warranted though, am I right? But, before you can spit it out, I’m guessing now it will be the magnitude of the criticism by others, right?
If there are no “historical reasons”, then the US president should have been condemned and hanged during the Nuremberg trials for invading Germany and for killing hundreds of thousands of civilians by carpet bombing residential areas.
According to your reasoning, that is what should have happened because we should not consider the “historical reasons” for the American invasion.
The Ukraine war starts in 2014 following the US-led fascist coup in Kyiv. It’s clear who deliberately started the Ukraine war.
“US-led fascist coup” Ridiculous.
Here, to soothe your outrage and outit in perspective, from the Intelligencer:
“America illegally invaded Iraq in 2003, occupied and destabilized and flattened it, and then never left. Hundreds of thousands of Iraqis have been killed, and millions more have been made refugees or internally displaced persons. The consequences for the population are almost beyond comprehension: After decades of conflict, more than 2 million Iraqis are disabled, while the PTSD is inescapable. Entire generations have been left unable to look at the sky the same way.”
US found a “threat” on the other side of the world. Russia is fighting with a declared enemy next door.
M. K. Bhadrakumar
Russian MOD announces arrival of T-90M ‘Proryv’ main battle tank in Ukraine — most advanced armoured vehicle in family of T-90; powerful 1,130 hp engine;125mm tank cannon firing new powerful munitions,new multichannel sight during day or night, armour with anti-slip coating, etc.
Welcome to the suicide cult. You are all members. No need to join.
Don’t know who are the members you have in mind?
We did not join, if anything, we have been ambushed by our corporate elite. They own MSM control PR and are making huge profits as war profiteers always do.
I think that is what he/she was saying.
I was not sure, but I think you are right.
Stoltenberg is a former Norwegian PM, his talk is mindboggling, he can’t be that stupid to say such BS with a straight face. I wonder how much he gets paid for his performance.
In the past year we have seen the Rules Based Order reach a state of criminal insanity.
They blew up the Nord Stream Pipeline which will cause the deindustrialisation of Europe. The shelling the Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Station in an effort to cause a nuclear accident. The planning of a false flag nuclear weapon detonation on their own soil!!!
This is the actions of criminally insane psychopaths.
Criminally insane but cleverly insane too, the bastards … more guns, more gas, more power and jobs … mo money mo money mo money.
But they don’t ask what they need money for when there is nothing but radioactive ruins around them?
Russia is putting a shield over the power plant, where the spent rods are stored, to protect from Kiev shelling. Blowing up the pipeline harms Germany.
Actually the pipeline sabotage harms all Europeans. It was an act of war against the NATO alliance, as are the sanctions, economic warfare against allies. How crazy can it get?
“harms all Europeans” Since the pipelines are not being used, how does it harm all Europeans?
It means that the EU, particularly Germany, will have to do with less this winter, or, purchase higher priced gas from us. Remember Blinken’s mention of the “opportunity”?
Some friends the Americans are, they broke the Iran deal too without consulting with the cosigners of the agreement with Iran. Then they sanctions the companies which were honoring the deals they had signed with Iran, and then they sanctioned Iran. That is insane by any standard.
What was the purpose of the pipeline? Just to look at or pump energy? The Russians did comply to the last letter of the contract they have with Germany.
Americans break contracts, Americans abuse their allies, Americans weaponized the energy, not the Russians. The Russians can be trusted, they keep their word, one can’t depend on Americans, they break any deal any time.
Biden even pulled out of Afghanistan without informing the allies in Afghanistan. So much for that dependency. Who wants it?
So true. Biden is the most dangerous man on the planet. He is the leader of an alliance who destroys his allies economically and militarily, he and his advisers have to be insane.
He’s mainly dangerous because he doesn’t seem to know how to lead… He follows…
You are so right, he is a follower as long as it pays off. Now, in hindsight, he never wrote a bill with his name on it, no real accomplishments during all his year in government.
How can he have such an insane cabinet, no one in that bunch has any integrity, not a single official resigned, not one. All are after the money, benefits and power. They are scum, people without honor.
I would also add that not one was chosen by merit but rather which box(es) could be checked.
You hit the nail on the head. Sexual leanings and skin color the main/only merits required.
You know, it is hard to see him as a statesman or even a politician. I think of him as a pensioned used car salesman who out of pity is being kept around the premises on the condition of not interfering with the costumers.
Nah. If Biden croaked today, same sh*t would continue unabated.
Right, Vietnam and Afghanistan and Iraq and all the other wars for almost a century, only they were not with nuclear powers. The clown Zelensky tells a lot, but Biden, to even think about a regime change and war with nuclear power is even more insane. They could not do it in Venezuela and Nicaragua and Cuba and Biden wants a regime change of a popular head of state of a nuclear power. That insanity is unbelievable, it beats the insane clown in Kiev.
everybody does it…
Only the western alliance leadership does it, there is not one sane person in the whole bunch.
the USA and Nato have pushed Putin who is certainly not a good guy into a position in which his countries existance is at risk.What did they think was going to happen? Was he goingbto go quietly into the night and give in to blackmail by the allied powers?Not very likely.Messing with a place like Russia with their history of being invaded is stupid.However the necessity of feeding the MIC trumps all rational reason.The war hawks are in control and the world quivers inn fear that doomsday is coming.
“position in which his countries existence is at risk” How?
How about enemies and nukes on his border. Apparently you have forgotten the Cuban Missile Crisis. Or is proximity only a threat when it involves the US?
He’s just trolling. Kinda like what happens in junior high schools.
It gives us something to chafe against.
The cuban missile crises was 60 years ago. Technology has changed since then. Since it only takes an ICBM about 60 minutes to arrive, nukes are on everyone ones borders. So that nukes on border is bogus argument. If Russia considers countries living on its borders as an enemy who fault is that?
If ICBMs make nukes on other’s borders irrelevant, then removing them from other’s borders shouldn’t be a problem. And Russia probably wouldn’t much care about the enemies on their borders if other countries weren’t using them to antagonize Russia.
Again, with ignoring what has transpired since the cold war ended.
Again with the broad brush statement with no facts to back it up. And please no lies, like the US made a promise not to expand NATO.
I could post a link again but what would be the point.
All will change when a half dozen nukes take out a half dozen USA cities.
When have we ever gone to war without first being terrorized by some horrible false-flag event that would put all of our calculations and best intentions off the table? Certainly not in this century or since WWII.
“You maniacs! You blew it up! Damn you!
Take a drink
we’re on the brink
a direct clash
just in time
fort he holidays
between a pack of rabid dogs
and a frustrated bear
its a Christmas story
intrigue and blame
profit and loss
from atop a hill
its not rule of law
rules for thee
but not for me
and my friends
gives my powers
the perfect storm
LOL. I don’t see myself in “a clash… with a frustrated bear.” It’s like a clash with the RS-28 “Sarmat” known as “Satan II.” It doesn’t look good for me. Sarmat is likely to win.
NA: Don’t forget the bear has lots of nukes and so do we….
NA: Don’t forget the bear has lots of nukes and so do we….
My problem is: I drink Black Russians!… Nice writing though.
russians germans huns americans-until we grow up and stop being suckers to a rigged system that divides and conquers us and erase all these illusionary borders and become one global human society based on the equality of direct democracy. Ah, but there’s that status quo thing
You are very philosophical DW.
Brian Berletic recently provided a convincing argument that US Patriot anti-missile systems are so complex that the US will have to arrange for NATO personnel to operate them in Ukraine for several weeks. I assume these people will be targeted and killed without regard for the uniforms they wear.
USA/NATO has been directed the war from day one, and Biden is involved from way back when he was part of the Obama/Biden regime change in 2014 and his son worked for Burisma.
The annihilation of Ukraine and all the collateral destruction of the continent and more will be Biden’s legacy.
NATO personnel could serve in Ukrainian uniforms like polish soldiers already do. They are mercenaries, volunteers.
“A Direct War?” Where are our diplomats and strategists? “If things go wrong…” You guys rarely get it right and if you are in the position to see such negative effects then it is time to get off your a– and set things straight, in a positive way… A direct clash (WTF is a damn clash?…) It’s a damn WAR.
Diplomats and strategists? When was the last time you saw one? They must be busy counting their money at the bank or in their basement.
You are right, of course but I am fed up with incompetence…
so am I, that is why I sound as angry as I really am.
The US doesn’t do diplomacy. The US bombs. “Shoot first, talk later!”
“I fear that the war in Ukraine will get out of control, and spread into a major war between NATO and Russia,” Stoltenberg said. “If things go wrong, they can go horribly wrong.”
MERRY CHRISTMAS CHARLIE BROWN
What asylum did they escape from? Like naïve little kids hand on the little heart, can it get more corny than that? Even the clown Zelensky slaps his hand under his arm pit when he asks for more money. Such a ridiculous gesture.
Biden-Harris and their shitlibs are a threat to world peace. They’re the real devils, not Putin. Not Xi. Joey is playing with fire.
I have two comments in limbo because I forgot to insert asterisks 😉 If the monitor software is going to object to plain English because it violates its rules, the user should be provided with an opportunity to “fix” the boo boo in the user’s own area and then be allowed to resubmit the laundered comment.
At least this way, we don’t lose the opportunity to make the point of the comment. The current system is kinda childish.
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