War is hell.OMG what the "good" Ukraine do: WARNING! WAR CRIME FOOTAGE: Ukrainian Troops Viciously Torture Captured Russian Soldiers
With the way things are escalating, this won't end well with either side.I'm no fan of Putin's by a long shot. But NATO has been poking this bear for quite a while. Putin is predictable and seems to be reacting the way they want him too.Who has USA invaded in recent decades? Grenada, Panama, Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan - none of which are on our border provoking us.
We don't have to take a side with every issue around the world, but- my $$$ is on Putin.
Wrong... The US made that deal with the Soviet Union not with Russia. When the Soviet Union fell the deal fell with it.As has been stated before, the West agreed to not go any farther to the east if Russia didn't have a fit over the reunification of Germany. Russia agreed to this, but the West has not held up its end of the deal.
The war undoubtedly made it worse.Blaming it on Russia is a quick and easy solution. The problem though it the shortage started rearing it's ugly head a few years before the war. But it makes a good narrative so carry on.
Very likely... I Understand Finland has a better military closer to NATO specifications. The Ukraine is still rocking old Soviet AKs and so wouldn't be able to join NATO with updating their military.@wraithofroncollins, I heard that NATO members privately made it clear to Ukraine that they would not be allowed to join, but would publicly present as if it was possible. This lead to Russia believing it was possible, and even likely, which moved up their timeline to move into Ukraine.
Not to worry, Uncle Joe is working on that. He's sending a good part of our supplies there. Since no one would ever dare to invade us, there's nothing to worry about.The Ukraine is still rocking old Soviet AKs and so wouldn't be able to join NATO with updating their military.
As people from said country have informed me, it's just "Ukraine". We don't say "The Germany", do we?Very likely... I Understand Finland has a better military closer to NATO specifications. The Ukraine is still rocking old Soviet AKs and so wouldn't be able to join NATO with updating their military.
India has banned wheat exports that the world was counting on to alleviate supply disruptions sparked by the war in Ukraine, saying that its own food security is threatened by a sudden spike in global prices of the grain. India halts wheat exports, says food security is at riskThere is going to be a grain shortage because of this war.