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Reinforcement of an Objective - Replacing Current Ukrainian Government that Objected to Russian Interference in Ukraine - What a Surprise

Reader comment on item: Take Vladimir Putin's Nuclear Threats Seriously

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jul 25, 2022 at 17:02

Russian Foreign Minister's statement about replacing the Ukranian government appears as a defense of objectives in the Russian's foray into world political manipulation; then a tantrum of military proportions fueled by former Soviet globialistic ambitions that are meant to show the world who's boss; and do not forget it.
All thing being equal, of which they are not, since it is apparent that NATO has no resolve to keep the Russian at bay, the world is now faced with the probability that if the Russian gets the sense more might be achieved, who or what will stop him? After all, even at war, the Egyptian grain business and the fule sales in Europe seem to be moving enough to finance the war; who said crime does not profit? Cruise issiles are expensive, and yet they keep on coming..........does the Ukraine deserve being targeted like this?


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