Thursday, February 16, 2023


 Here, they wonder if Putin was surprised by his army’s unreadiness to wage war. It’s an interesting question but there is but one answer. Putin knew the current Red Army was no match for the United States and so he decided a little risk was in order and in his worst case, Russia loses nothing. He decided to let the cancer ridden Red Army gnaw a bit on Ukraine before hazarding all in a war with a real adversary. The West and NATO really helped him out there by giving the Red Army time to learn and digest the drips and drabs of our latest and best and most effective weapons slowly doled out to Ukraine in nowhere near the numbers necessary to win.

His Army is better now, just as our armies are better for practicing the actual art of war on real battle fields.  The rest of NATO is utterly useless and our army is declining massively under the likes of Milley and all the other 3 and 4 star generals who were selected for their ranks and positions because they are all 100% identical to Milley in thought, experience and temperament. 

It would suck to be in the Army right now. On the gripping hand, we probably have no more than 70,000 troops in Europe and most of them serve on the various NATO and Army staffs.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

From what I've gathered, Putin sent in 2nd- and 3rd-string troops to begin with. I think he was saving the first-line troops in case the West leaped in. I think he's feeding them in now, to wipe out the Nazis once and for all, and he knows how weak we are, so it's worth the risk.
--Tennessee Budd