I think now would be a good time to discuss the Ukraine incident of 2014 and the similarities to America in 2021
America is experiencing such a similar version of what Ukraine went through, it could almost be called the sequel. It even has some of the same characters behind the scenes. Pulling the strings.
Democracy prevailed there, ultimately, even though a price was paid
It could be helpful to study the events that happened there to gain some insight into how to navigate these tumultuous times.
|by Anonymous||reply 15||01/13/2021|
This is how it ended:
Ukraine’s Ex-President Is Convicted of Treason
|by Anonymous||reply 1||01/13/2021|
Lots of similarities, no?
|by Anonymous||reply 2||01/13/2021|
He reminds me of the great Plumplin himself.
The ukraine did the same thing, people went from being country men to yelling at each other in the streets. "Your're a nazi" "No, Your a nazi". They were submerged in propaganda and it pitted brother against brother.
This is why I say it's a waste of time to go after the little guy because they will just brainwash a new group of people. You need to take out the propaganda networks if you want to stop this thing.
That is why his twitter is so important. If they don't have propaganda, they can't control the zombie soldiers.
|by Anonymous||reply 3||01/13/2021|
The American people must resoundingly denounce Qanon. In every media outlet, on every corner.
|by Anonymous||reply 4||01/13/2021|
Ukraine declared its independence in 1991. It's nothing like the US, which has a long history and strong constitution. That's what made the US all the more shocking. I say that not as an "American exceptionalism" idiot. I don't think you can compare the young nations of the former Soviet bloc to a nearly 300 year old country that's had just one constitution for its entire existence.
|by Anonymous||reply 5||01/13/2021|
R5 completely unhelpful and a total red herring.
|by Anonymous||reply 6||01/13/2021|
The Ukraine and the U.S. are an apples to apples comparison in terms of tensions, tactics, etc... It's the exact same play.
And it involves some of the same exact people who where involved with Ukraine.
They just slightly tweaked it for the U.S.
|by Anonymous||reply 7||01/13/2021|
Reminds me of old country. Like the how you say “soap opera” but the real life.
|by Anonymous||reply 9||01/13/2021|
Our insurrection of 2021 is as important as the Russians' revolution of 1917.
|by Anonymous||reply 10||01/13/2021|
The Ukraine of 2014 already happened to the U.S. in 2016.
2021 is the part where we chase Putin's goons and puppets out of our country and restore democracy. This is when we prosecute the Russo-frauds accusing others of the crimes they commit themselves.
CONS, CHEATING AND LIES AREN'T ENOUGH TO CONQUER A NATION.
Putin should have learned that before wasting his time on Trump.
|by Anonymous||reply 11||01/13/2021|
If the Ukraine can resist the takeover then American sure can. I wish they would release some more evidence so the American people can see what is really going on.
This is just as much of an attack from the outside. Americans need to band together and fight the real enemy.
We are under siege from overseas forces.
|by Anonymous||reply 12||01/13/2021|
2014: "On Monday, as Russian gunships menaced the Ukrainian fleet in the Black Sea, Manafort’s former business partner Roger Stone sent out an email to a small group of friends asking wryly: “Where is Paul Manafort?”
|by Anonymous||reply 13||01/13/2021|
It's all the usual suspects.
|by Anonymous||reply 14||01/13/2021|
You mean besides the fact that Paul Manafort helped ratfuck elections in both countries?
|by Anonymous||reply 15||01/13/2021|