The Horrors of War

Here is the link to Hal Turner’s video showing the aftermath of the Ukrainian/Polish incursion into Russia around Belgorod. As SouthernPrepper1 stated in his video, you cannot unsee this.

In total, losses are nearing 2,000 personnel and almost 45 destroyed vehicles from one night of attack.

As I watched, I noticed the damage done to the surrounding forest and could not imagine the firepower directed at the invading soldiers. What is the reason for this war? Ask Victoria Nuland, Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Hunter Biden and the corrupt Ukrainian oligarchs who orchestrated the Maidan Color Revolution to enrich their pockets and power.

Our illegal regime, Congress, CIA, FBI and judiciary system have all colluded in the justification of this war. Lindsey Graham’s comments concerning this war as the best money that we could spend to kill Russians shows the depths of evil that the American people support with their taxes, compliance and silence.

I pray that President Putin remains and power and continues to show restraint against evil. Any successor to him at this point in time will not be so tolerant. To be clear, our government and its NATO puppets represent evil. If you do not see or hear evil with your eyes and ears, your compliance will not go unnoticed on Judgment Day.

David DeGerolamo

      
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173dVietVet
173dVietVet
1 year ago

Amen, Brother David !!

Amen !

Succinct and spot on accurate.

Putin is not the enemy, Dystopia Central is (DC). !!

valerie
valerie
1 year ago
Reply to  173dVietVet

But they want to make him so.

gre81
gre81
1 year ago

Because Ukraine is rich in lithium

Michael
Michael
1 year ago

It’s a historical proverb that a flailing empire turns to “enemies within” as they falter and die. Blame casting, “Othering” for genocide and Strongman (Strong Cabal) devolvement of government seems to be a pattern of the internal warfare of a dying empire.

Soon enough the not quite hot war inside America will smoke up our place like Sherman’s march to the sea in the first Civil War.

Do pray for Putin, HE Is the moderate President that keeps His own angry less tolerant (real tolerance NOT that Woke BS Tolerance) from using the massive arsenal of Russian nuclear weapons upon the troublemakers of foggy bottom and District of Criminals AND every military target in America.

It’s been too many generations since America saw the horrors of war inside its own bosom. We think war happens “Over there” and on TV.

Soon enough real wealth will not be electronic digits but a healthy family, trusted friends, a solid faith in God, safe shelter, food enough to eat, SAFE WATER, seeds and critters and such.

And that faded picture above my computer next to the framed 10-million-mark Weimar Germany Bill will again be daily truth:

An older husband and wife in their garden and it says “Pray to God for a good harvest but hoe the weeds”.

Lawnmore
Lawnmore
1 year ago
Reply to  Michael

Na na, na, na, I have a fifty million mark note. Seriously here, I have been showing it mostly to every one who comes here, I am not sure any one believes it can happen here.
Well said comments!

Michael
Michael
1 year ago
Reply to  Lawnmore

I see the Bud Light down arrow Fakebooker was here.

Fiat currency is only a Government promise that is soon enough BROKEN.

Z-La
Z-La
1 year ago

The people should have separated from this government many decades ago, and all that entails, it’s military, medical establishment, educational system, technocracy, religious system, and its monopoly capitalist system. It’s nothing but a methodology of transferring all power and wealth to the elites, pointing out the falsehood of the American people supposedly governing anything, yet many still covet the terms constitutional Republic and democracy. It’s all redundant and soon these non-descript features will be rendered as bounty to the nations.

Michael
Michael
1 year ago
Reply to  Z-La

Thank you Z-la for reminding me to feed my sourdough culture and bakes some fresh bread, both from my last year’s grain grown in the pancake patch.

Also, for reminding me to check my cabbage seedlings for hardening off for planting.

Sometimes I get too busy with fancy words that say nothing useful in the real world, so thanks.

Louis Jenkins
Louis Jenkins
1 year ago

As my father, a WWII veteran, used to say, “It’s a rich man’s war but a poor man’s fight.” The next time around it will be the same. Rich men will go off to their bunkers, and the poor, or what is left of them, will be scrabbling for the scraps on the surface. Ukraine is just the beginning.

Stan Sylvester
Stan Sylvester
1 year ago
Reply to  Louis Jenkins

Bravo, Louis Jenkins! A tremendous foundation for understanding this is “All Wars Are Banker Wars” by Michael Rivero. Follow that up with “War Is A Racket” by General Smedley Butler.

RShooter
RShooter
1 year ago

We are financing the evil and our own destruction through our tax’s because we are afraid of them. By all means make sure to get out of debt so the bankers get their money before they devour you. The creatures sit around at their cocktail parties and orgies and laugh at us, we are such cowards.

Nathan Lahue
Nathan Lahue
1 year ago

All hail the 51st state of Ukraine 🙄

Jane
Jane
1 year ago

And on we march to our deaths, complacent and docile a pathetic bunch of cowards, we deserve everything that is coming our way in disobedience to God almighty.

Citizen Joe
Citizen Joe
1 year ago

Putin should not show restraint. He should wipe the Globalists and their proxies from the face of the earth. As soon as possible. Times are changing and they won’t ever be the same again. It’s going to be a rough ride.

Michael
Michael
1 year ago
Reply to  Citizen Joe

Joe be careful what you wish for.

Cities and towns blasted and in flames isn’t a video game.

Bear Claw Chris Lapp
Bear Claw Chris Lapp
1 year ago

I pray for all the civilians, even the ones being forced to fight in this battle. It’s comforting to know that evil will be burning in hell for all of those involved in creating this and fire is painful.

Fido
Fido
1 year ago

Indeed the damage to trees is consistent with the damage to personnel… everything hit more than once.

I’m a bit confused though: If this shows a Russian soldier tending to Ukrainians, then why is one of the wounded permitted to keep his rifle in his hand?