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Black Sea Launchng Indicates Full Arsenal Available for Further Exploitation - How Many Other Boomers - Nuclear Equipped

Reader comment on item: Take Vladimir Putin's Nuclear Threats Seriously
in response to reader comment: Updating a Pending Threat

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jul 14, 2022 at 10:06

As if these latest releases of Russian hostiities are not the furthe indication that the West continues to allow the decimation of the Ukraine and expansion into NATO influenced postures of the reluctance of the EU to defend democracy: is this demonstration of Black Sea posturiing not a memo to all this is ot going well at all?
Which begs the question, is the visit by the 46th American Administraive Chief Executive not a diversion?
Which nuclear threat is the greatest? Which will trigger first?
Do any of the players of this spectacle in delusional world politics realize the serious nature of the cat and mouse ruse being developed to obscure the ultimate goal? Again, which threat is the worse scenario when it ia realized the participation of the United States is already compromised?
This is no longer a situation that can be explored by watching the 'Hunt for Red October.'


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