War Math Propaganda
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Started by metmike - Feb. 23, 2023, 7:55 p.m.

Putin's War in Ukraine Has a Trillion-Dollar Price Tag


"In our mind, if Russia spends $1 million on a missile to build it and then fires it, they have expended $2 million: $1 million to build it and another million to replace it," Spoonts said. "I think most estimates only take into account the initial cost.

"If you had a $50,000 car that burned up in a fire, you are out the $50,000 plus whatever you spend to replace it because you need a car."


Retarded math!

Using this math, when you go shopping for food for instance.

 Let's say you paid $4 for a dozen eggs. When you eat them, it causes you to actually be out/pay $8/dozen because after you ate them, the eggs were gone, along with your $4. Then, when you pay another $4 to replace them, it gets added to the $4 cost of eating the first dozen.  So the eggs really cost $8 with that math.

Ukraine is not suffering quite the same losses because the US and NATO are funding some of their costs/killing machines and when it comes time to rebuilding Ukraine for $1 trillion+, the US will foot much of the bill.


Neither Ukraine nor Russia will truly surrender certain war aims in a negotiation "unless they literally have no choice," Cato Institute policy analyst Jordan Cohen told Newsweek. Surrender occurs usually when resources cannot meet the threshold experienced during a war.

"In that sense, for Ukraine, this could look like western countries deciding to no longer provide as much military aid, if any at all," Cohen said. "For Russia, I think that they have enough troops and weapons to continue fighting, but if at some point the Russian economy is weak enough that it cannot replenish war needs for its troops, that may lead it to try and attempt a negotiated settlement."


With a lack of a "clear winner" or negotiated settlement, it's possible the war will carry on as it has for the next year at least.

1. They are exactly right. If NATO/the US  stopped providing Ukraine with military aid.........THE WAR WOULD END.

2. If NATO/US  had not hijacked Zelenky's brain and  instead pushed him to fulfill his election campaign promise to negotiate with Russia and bring peace to Ukraine, there would never have been a war. Zelensky is just a corrupt NATO puppet getting his people killed and country obliterated to serve the US and NATO agenda.

3. The media and world continue to support this. Even overlooking state sponsored terrorism against Europe/Russia and against the environment/planet by blowing up the Nordstream 2 pipeline with the biggest release of methane in history (80 times more powerful as a greenhouse gas than CO2 and absolutely NOT a beneficial gas like CO2)

4. So the bottom line is that there is no sign of the end of the war in 2023. Before that can happen, by definition, many more people must be killed, resources depleted and more Ukraine must be decimated. NATO wants this. They are intentionally getting Ukraine pulverized because Russians use up resources and die too in order to accomplish that...their objective.

5. What in the heck is the matter with our world and country to be so gullible and not see thru the obvious propaganda and this stupid war????

By metmike - Feb. 23, 2023, 8:08 p.m.
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The 5 Most Idiotic Wars Ever Fought


 Wars Fought for Ridiculous Reasons


3 of the stupidest wars ever fought in world history



And we can read the history about those really dumb wars and think "man, those people were really primitive/backwards in those days. So extremely counterproductive, insensitive, abusive and obsessive power driven, uncompromising thinking by a few people at the top wanting control.

While we live out one of the most idiotic wars in all of human history in front of us and even act as cheerleaders, rooting for one side and subsiding the war so that it can go on indefinitely.

Russia Doesn’t Want Ukraine To Join NATO. Is That a Reason To Invade?

 Marcy Oster



In December, following months during which Russia massed about 100,000 troops on the border with Ukraine, Putin demanded that the United States and its allies halt all military activity in Eastern Europe and Central Asia and offer written guarantees that they would not expand into the former Soviet republics, including a request for a NATO commitment that it would not offer membership to Ukraine specifically. NATO refused the demand, saying it would not rule out membership for any country in Eastern Europe, including Ukraine.

 Biden's WW-3 already started            

                            Started by metmike - Feb. 21, 2023, 11:59 a.m.            https://www.marketforum.com/forum/topic/93292/

It could have all been prevented if Zelensky/Ukraine were not a pawn of NATO and Zelensky had just agreed to not join NATO.


By 12345 - Feb. 23, 2023, 8:19 p.m.
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LET'S NOT FORGET THE LACK OF ACCOUNTING IN UKRAINE FOR ALL OF OUR $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$!!!!

By metmike - Feb. 23, 2023, 8:41 p.m.
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Lavrov draws parallels between Ukraine war, Cuban missile crisis

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says there are ‘similarities’ to the Cuban crisis, mainly because Russia is now threatened by Western weapons in Ukraine.


We Never Learned the Key Lesson From the Cuban Missile Crisis

Putin says he’ll do whatever it takes in Ukraine. Biden is warning of “Armageddon.” Sixty years after the U.S.–Soviet standoff over Cuba, why is nuclear war still an ever-present worry?



Considering that we got to watch this administration in action to assess their judgment while shooting down balloons, the last 3 that were harmless and part of thousands like them in the skies the last decade(that I told you about BEFORE they shot them down-how would Biden not know if a meteorologist in Indiana did?) AND them constantly fanning the flames in Ukraine and making enemies out of the 2 other super powers, Russia and China.........and it getting worse, not better.........we have to be extraordinarily concerned what the next blunder will be which could trigger something far worse.

By 12345 - Feb. 23, 2023, 11:03 p.m.
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