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Well said,

We need regime change in Washington to restore peace to Ukraine.

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It is not a stalemate at all... even if the USA “regime” says so.

Demilitarization of Ukraine is going better then planned. So is denazification.

Russia is winning the economic war also. USA is loosing.

My car insurance whet up 33% from 6 months ago. Gas is now $4.50 a gallon in Illinois.

Let’s go Brandon

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The failures of Western military vehicles in the East makes one wonder if not letting Patton drive to Moscow now seem like a great decision. Also, it now makes sense why all the videos we've been shown have all the Ukrainian troops decked out in clean uniforms and using cool drones and other advanced weaponry: they were recruitment videos.

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Frankly, I'm tired of all these Nazi apologetics; even Hitler had enough sense to know when to quit.

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thanks stephen.. i can't see russia going on an offensive.. it is working very well for russia as it presently stands.. i think you are right about this - Biden wants another $20.6 billion for Ukraine, but Congress must agree. It isn’t clear Congress will want to pump big money into a losing proposition.

The US administration wants to stretch out the war until Biden is reelected. It is promoting the idea of a stalemate to try and keep the camp fires burning.

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Based on NYT Russia has an estimated 300000 killed and wounded and Ukraine 200000 in 18 months. That is 18000 Russian vs 12000 Ukrainian soldiers killed and wounded every month. The war will continue. Ukraine will receive Abrams tanks, it will produce more long range drones and naval drones and will receive Western jets and more Jdams. Russias own drone production will surge. The war will continue. Russia will loose more ships and its bomber air bases will be attacked. Hard to predict where things will be in 12 months, but a loosing Russia will go nuclear.

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