Personally, the moment Putin started making his use of Nuclear Weapons threats I would have started planning for a massive Nuclear Strike on Russia within the week. Hopefully, if America’s Intelligence ‘n Security Agencies hadn’t been too busy spying on me (GOP’s President elect), America’s parents, and conducting other business of the Democratic Party – then they would have known Putin’s exact location at all times including the time of my Nuclear launch. (Yes, it takes time for the nukes to arrive, but I would’ve had some kind of secret US ‘Stuff’ on top of Putin before the Nuclear launch.)

Shortly before 06:00 Moscow Time (UTC+3) on 24 February, Putin announced that he had made the decision to launch a “special military operation” in eastern Ukraine.

  • This is how it’s done. When people are sittin’ on shit that you want, you make ‘em your enemy. Then you’re justified in taking it.’ Jake Sully

Putin plays ‘n plays the ‘Nuclear Card

Putin has been playing his ‘Nuclear Card‘ since soon after he invaded the sovereign nation Ukraine on 24 February. By sunset on 25 February it was crystal clear that Russia had not been able to gain air superiority in Ukraine, i.e. Putin had already exposed at least one of his Military’s weaknesses to the entire world on day two of the unprovoked invasion.

27 February Putin puts Strategic Nuclear Forces on High alert. More of Russia’s Military weaknesses are exposed, and it already seems they are incredibly clumsy!?

26 March Russia says it has the right to use Nuclear Weapons in Ukraine. It has been obvious for some time now that Russia’s Military has been overrated…*HIGHLY* overrated ‘n totally exposed by Putin’s unprovoked invasion of the sovereign nation Ukraine.

5 May Russia brags & makes threats about its “‘invincible’ new hypersonic ‘Satan 2’ super nuke.” This is one of the reasons I would’ve launched a Nuclear Strike against Russia soon after 24 February. It is foolish to wait on a threatening enemy to finally strike you.

Life on Earth is a *LOT* like Life in a Prison…

24 April Russia “deploys mobile missile launchers that can fire NUCLEAR warheads within 40 miles of Ukraine border.”

  • Like Jake Sully said: ‘This is how it’s done. When people are sittin’ on shit that you want, you make ‘em your enemy. Then you’re justified in taking it.

Massive Russian Losses after Two Months

Putin’s mighty war machine on the SCRAPHEAP: After two months of fighting, Russia has now lost 873 tanks, 179 aircraft, 21,800 troops… and the pride of its navy is lying on the bottom of the Black Sea:

The flagship of Russia’s Black Sea Fleet – the Moskva – sank last week after being hit by a Ukrainian missile…

Putin’s troops pulled back from Kyiv in late March, suffering low morale amid stiff resistance and heavy losses…

Putin’s forces rolled across the border on February 24 from the north, east and south, and quickly made a beeline for Kyiv.

But they were forced to withdraw from the outskirts of the capital in late March and refocus their efforts on a targeted offensive in the eastern Donbas region after Ukraine successfully repelled their advances, inflicting heavy losses.

Russia’s vast troop losses have been put down to poor tactical decisions by Russian military leaders and a considerable underestimation of the capabilities of Ukraine’s armed forces.

At the start of the war, Russia’s military dwarfed that of Ukraine and led many to believe that the invasion would be swift and effective.

Perspective on “21,800” dead Russian troops in just Two Months: Soviet–Afghan War, December 1979 until February 1989…’About 15,000 Soviet soldiers were killed, and about 35,000 were wounded. About two million Afghan civilians were killed.

As these Russian losses continue to grow, Putin’s shrill Nuclear threats seem to also grow. IMHO, Russia’s Strategic Nuclear Forces may be as disorganized ‘n overrated as Putin has exposed the rest of their Military to be.

Will also be posting this to my Big Brother Report blog…

Big Brother is WATCHING YOU – ‘There were five forms of governance that migrated from theory to reality in the 20th Century: Socialism, Communism, Fascism, Nazism and Progressivism. The common denominator among them was unprecedented control and regulation by the State over human activity. It is delusional to think that the Totalitarian impulse expired with the 20th Century.’ – E. Nuff Said