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Escalation of Threats Now Directs the True Animosity The Russian Has in Extreme Anxiety Towards the U.S.

Reader comment on item: Take Vladimir Putin's Nuclear Threats Seriously
in response to reader comment: Paper Diplomacy Attempting to Slow Russian Military Advances Not Worth the Ink - Look into Their Lifeless Eyes to See the Darkness of Their Hearts

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Aug 1, 2022 at 16:15

It now appearing the latent hostilities that the Russian has harbored towards the United States since the fall of the former Soviet Union are now surfacing as he has cut his teeth on the Ukraine; and now, apparently, there is a new resolve to get some payback. But how will that transpire?
At the same time, The United States has been put on notice that continuing to hover around Taiwan is tantamount to a wartime standing to cover the conceit in thinking the CCP has any legitimacy in overrunning the Island and the formely Chinese friendly 46th American Administration is now finding out it chose the wrong allegiances to cavort with the errant offspring.
Neither the Russian nor the Chinese, nor even the Iranian Islamic Regime are really interested in doing anything with the United States of America except to recall the Kruschev threat; but can they?
In reality, any or all the potential threats of military activites are limited in that once started, no one will be able to stop it. Ultimately, it will come down to the last man standing; now curiously, it will likely be a minority that survived and the new world order some thought would be the answer will not have the ultimate answer.
But the Russian does not know that; neither will the Chinese nor the Iranian Islamic Regime, not necessarily in that order..


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