Via Matt Bracken
One of the things the shitlibs and morons consistently get wrong about any conflict is their own strength. General Aesop bragged that the Russians are all low tech rubes and peasants, and that the Ukes would clobber them within the week. The idiots in the press that sold that pant load to him gloated that the Russian economy would be wrecked too from devastating sanctions.
In WW2, Popeye The Sailor defeated the buck toothed Jap saps with a can of spinach and a bad attitude. The Japs were comical little monkeys with coke bottle glasses and turd for brains. When they attacked Pearl Harbour the morons at home said the Imperial Japanese Navy would be sunk by the end of the week. It took TWO atomic bombs to convince Japan to surrender, and Japanese hard liners still wanted to fight Uncle Sam to the last man.
That is the kind of commitment that will be required to defeat Russia. You will have to strike him on his own turf, and his own cities. If you take a swing at him and miss…you will wish you hadn’t.
One of the cardinal sins of the warrior class is to underestimate their adversaries. For months now chattering skulls in the form of blog experts, retired military men and carefully selected area analysts have been doing just that. It begs the question - what kind of “warriors” were they when they served? And why should we listen to them now?
These gas bags are awful brave when it’s not themselves being marched into a Russian cauldron. They are so busy flapping their gums that they don’t have time to think. If they did the question should be “Why is this taking so long, and why are we still wasting so much money on it?”
Fools and history, I guess? When I was a kid the vets were a dime a dozen that would warn us Lest We Forget. They’re all gone now. All we have are fakes, phonies and poseurs… and it shows.