Author Topic: Ep. 18 Into the abyss: Colonel Douglas Macgregor tells us why the Ukraine war must end now.  (Read 535 times)

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And this is why I take Tucker with a grain of salt. Russia does not have the economic power to wage war on the world. It can't even manufacture the critical parts it needs for its own weapons. A small mercenary force moved essentially unopposed through Russia towards Moscow and Putin was frozen in fear. But Tucker can't see the obvious.

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And this is why I take Tucker with a grain of salt. Russia does not have the economic power to wage war on the world. It can't even manufacture the critical parts it needs for its own weapons. A small mercenary force moved essentially unopposed through Russia towards Moscow and Putin was frozen in fear. But Tucker can't see the obvious.

Exactly.

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And this is why I take Tucker with a grain of salt. Russia does not have the economic power to wage war on the world. It can't even manufacture the critical parts it needs for its own weapons. A small mercenary force moved essentially unopposed through Russia towards Moscow and Putin was frozen in fear. But Tucker can't see the obvious.
Oddly enough, we don't make a lot of what we need, here, either.
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