It’s extremely distasteful to discuss looming wars, since as a man I naturally, somehow, pine for it — even though I am 100% sure if actually in one I’d hate it. It is the reason why men love war films or acts of extreme violence. It satiates our hunter/gather desires and the desire to commit wanton acts of violence against one another.
War is always a game for the elites, spent gratuitously with the lives of the plebs. They get us all worked up with nationalistic fervor and assign causes for us to fight for. The truth is, these sons of bitches are always up to no good. For the past 20 years I’ve bore witness to the United Steaks poke at Russia in a variety of ways. But the power we exuded out into the world started to fray with our unsuccessful meddling in Syria, the rise of ISIS which was suspect as fuck, and the final and dastardly humiliation in Afghanistan. As a people, we are wholly divided and demoralized, with our government more concerned with depraved and divisive policies than the projection of power and excellence in the world. We are, in so many ways, the laughing stock of the world — an obvious empire in decline — mostly self-inflicted by sociology professors and Think Tank catamites.
I digress and will do so again.
I present to you very unusual military movements in Russia. The obvious target is Ukraine. The not so obvious targets are NATO Baltic states: Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia. We could never defend those states and it’s almost as if we included them in NATO as bait to find a reason to wage war with Russia. Down below you will find a sundry of resources that can quickly get you up to date with what seems like something important to watch. If it turns out to be nothing, Russia would’ve committed one of the most expensive and dramatic military exercises in decades.
Last night, when the Baltic Fleet landing ships departed Baltiysk, a Russian cargo flight from the military affiliated Volga-Dneper group took a very interesting route that brought them past Gotland at 28k ft.
— Petri Mäkelä (@pmakela1) January 16, 2022
— The RAGE X (@theragex) January 16, 2022
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Russian military hardware passing through Tyumen heading West pic.twitter.com/bi8s2ylLd3
— jean-patrick (@jp_clancy) January 16, 2022