War – NATO Beaten By “A Restaurant Owner & A Bunch Of Convicts”?

In Bakhmut/Artyomovsk, all of NATO, all 31 member nations, were defeated by a restaurant owner and a bunch of convicts, is how I saw someone describe it. That of course caricatures the situation somewhat (Wagner is well-organized), but it’s not that far off. And that spells a serious problem for NATO. All of those 31 members may have lots of control over their media, but in the end you can’t endlessly deny being defeated.

So what will NATO do now? They will double down, and then again. And at the end of the “doubling down road” lie nuclear weapons. Not Russian nukes, because as my friend Wayne wrote the other day, their high-precision hypersonic missiles make nukes look crude and primitive, Middle Ages territory. But NATO/US never developed such weapons. They spent 10+ times as much money on weapons, still do, and -comparatively – ended up with bows and arrows.

Nuclear bombs are good only to create widespread panic and destruction. But that includes your own destruction, because of Mutually Assured Destruction protocols. Which also go back almost as far as the bow and arrow. If you fire a nuclear missile, one very much like it will land on your head a few minutes later. End of story, end of you.

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Lawnmore
Lawnmore
10 months ago

It makes sense to me, the question is how stupid do our rulers want to be, it is any ones guess. After all none of this was necessary.
We aren’t out of the woods yet, there are still half a dozen other threats out there, keep prepping.

Noway2
Noway2
10 months ago

Reminds of a saying that a childhood friend liked to repeat: “Close only counts in hand grenades, horseshoes, and nuclear war”.

Matt
Matt
10 months ago

“Nuclear bombs are good only to create widespread panic and destruction”

What a shallow mind. Hongu Tonga Honga-Pia’a, was a nuke with the intent of saturating the atmosphere with water vapor.
CT you say? No, more like IGNORANCE OF THE LAWS OF PHYSICS.
Member when ‘the board’ kept talking about Three Gorges Dam failing?
Prior to HT H-P, there were so many threads we got tired of hearing about it. So much so, nobody paid attention when centuries old record floods hit in 2022. Those floods were 5th gen wf, and was preventative defense of Taiwan. China had it’s hands too full to mount an offense.
Jump into an ancient California lake, called Tulare, that’s being resurrected. Think all that water just came out of nowhere?
Who benefits?

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grif
grif
10 months ago
Reply to  Matt

Are there not tactical nukes or a nuke detonated in the atmosphere launched from a satellite which could take down grid, which could be untracable. Who do you retaliate against. I believe those ballons that wer flying over our country could also or perhaps club k from a random ship. Either way massive damage and then the burden of proof while 90 percent of your population might perish within a year

Matt
Matt
10 months ago
Reply to  grif

Each designed nuke has a unique detonation signature, all are known (unless you believe in 007 adversaries).
Example we know the promised Homeland has basic atomic, and not hydrogen, nukes. We know this b/c they sell the basic plans to NK, Iran, and where ever they can make a shekel.
We are more likely to experience a Carington Event, than any wide spread outages by EMP, as it’s effect decreases exponentially with distance. In addition, safety lockouts should prevent widespread infection due to the local power surge.
AKA EMPs are over hyped as a tool of fear, as humans fear what they do not standunder.