The primary takeaway from President Putin’s latest TV interview is that the Ukrainian Conflict is actually a struggle over the direction of the global systemic transition, not just a clash between two former Soviet Republics or a proxy war between NATO and Russia over “spheres of influence” in the region.
The end game for all of us is still global digital ID, CBDC, Carbon Credits and Social Credits. Russia is embracing this technocracy more openly than the western countries. I've listened to a couple of his speeches, watched his Oliver Stone interviews and Ukraine on Fire also. So knowing the history, it was inevitable that Putin took the action he was led into. If only people knew that peace talks deliberately sabotaged last year by Boris and the energy prices nothing to do with any invasion, more to do with the way it is purchased, spot pricing as opposed to contracts. I think what we are really seeing here is the deliberate destruction of europe, deindustrialisation and the multipolar system being ushered in. Surely the deliberate attack on fellow NATO energy supplies is an act of war?
Putin is more popular than Biden. He launched a Special Op to deNazify post-coup Ukulele. But the US is risking WW3 by engaging Russia and China.