NATO: STOCK UP ON BATTERIES, FLASHLIGHTS, RADIO, WATER—PEACETIME IS OVER

https://x.com/MarioNawfal/status/1770558625984946228?s=20

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This is a warning.

Some chihuahuas akina estonia and latvia are making quite a lot of noise about sending other countries - yuess & france- soldiers into yukrane.

Our man had to remind them somethings. Europe will soon be like somalia or haiti. Third world. Hence the panic.

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All targets that are critical for us – this is the land of the Palatinate in Germany, where [US] nuclear warheads are stored, other economically developed centers of the European Union and NATO, which preach an aggressive stance towards us,” he said. “They are already in the crosshairs of our strategic nuclear forces. Our response will not be aimed at some areas, but against specific targets, the destruction of which will firstly undermine the economic power of the European Union and secondly will cause irreparable damage to the United States of America."

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Think of the phenomenal demand for literally everything man needs, which a protracted, large scale war can create. I’m sure someone has dreamed up that already (the progressive design of a WW3). That’s why no one is trying to bring the Russia-Ukraine conflict to a halt. Shocking, yes, but such wickedness is real in the world. That’s why the making and sale of weapons is allowed by powerful governments

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And then when there will be irreparable damage to yuess, lackeys such as israel, saudi, japan, s.korea, taiwan, australia will have no sugar daddy to run to.

And then it will be open season to akina iran and china. They will pick away the said lackeys with pleasure bila wass. Either way, the west and its allies will be fucked if push comes to shove.

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Western imperialists homosexual fear spreading warmongers doing what they do best ; spreading hate and panic

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Russia has exposed gaping loopholes in NATO. No country will risk being nuked to defend another one just because of an agreement. Russia will invade one country at a time now because they have tested and seen that NATO is all show but no action.

European nations made the same mistake that Ukraine made. Ukraine gave away their nuclear weapons to Russia after being promised that they would not be invaded. Europeans were promised protection by America and they are slowly coming to the realization that America isn’t ready or willing to defend them.

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Basically nato has thrown everything at russia including soldiers but russia is still standing. Sanctions, cut off from swift, oil price caps you name it. What have they not done that they could do? They have done everything and still russia strolls forward. Countries of the world have noticed this impotence and a new era of multipolarity has been sown and will harvest in one or so decades.

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Its a war. They haven’t sent any soldiers.

I know that Ukraine is not a member of NATO. But I would be willing to bet that NATO won’t send any soldiers if one member is invaded and Putin threatens nuclear war.

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USA hegemonic empire ruled the world using fear. They build military bases allover the whole continents. They attacked smaller countries to project their strength. Now the have a peer of it’s size. Russian started the decline of the empire through dedollarization. Once countries revert to their national currency which will be backed by commodities they produce. USA will lose Dollar reserve advantage. They can’t print excess without massive inflation. The die was casted imposed the sanctions on Russia. They thought it will bring it down.
Interesting time to be alive.

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Russia swore it will never ever suffer the way it did in WWII; they woke in the morning to an invasion of 2 million men and machines with a country they had signed a non-aggression pact. The answer to this they swore was MAD in case it ever happens again. Mutually Assured Destruction. They dont take NATO for granted, but they will go down with it.

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