I see Vox Day is talking about future war between Ukraine and Russia's current satraps and buffer states. He doesn't think it will end well for the Ukraine and suggests that morons at every level in our State Department, White House, and Pentagon will probably trip over themselves to align the United States with Ukraine and perhaps do what Britain did so fantastically stupidly in 1939 when it declared war as Germany and the USSR invaded Poland. Oddly, they didn't declare war on Stalin. Perhaps they didn't notice all the Russians out there exterminating the Polish officer corps.
My concern if for the US. Watching the Azeri missile armed drones slaughter Armenians troops in the open, in their bunkers and in their transports was an eye opener for me for just how effective Russian missiles and targeting are now. They are instantly lethal in a permissive air environment and Ukraine has no hope of shutting them down or even interfering with them and we're not even talking about Anti-Radiation Missiles which will probably destroy all functioning radar within a hundred miles of the border.
The anti-ship missiles Russians demonstrated against land targets in Syria were launched from submarines in the Med and from tiny warships in the Caspian Sea. They hit their targets.
When I was in the USN we had a little saying that was never proven wrong in 29 years of service, "work it may, shine it must." If you have taken note recently of the material condition of our Navy hulls you won't find anything that isn't covered with running rust and splotches. It makes me suspect that the Aegis doesn't work, the missiles don't spin up and the guns won't fire. Crashing our best ships into merchant ships due to pure incompetence of everyone on board doesn't give me a warm fuzzy about confronting the Russians and there is no way in Hell Ukraine will survive the experience if the Russians notice them attacking Russia or its immediate allies/buffer states.