Jeff Danziger for January 29, 2022

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    Concretionist  5 months ago

    Russia is a lot like Afghanistan, but bigger and even more snow. And with better weapons.

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    Patjade Premium Member 5 months ago

    Not so much sending them into Russia, but to keep the Russians there and not some other country.

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    cripplious  5 months ago

    If hitler hadnt stopped at stalingrad and moved onto Moscow been a different war.

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    GiantShetlandPony  5 months ago

    It’s a toss up if Putin has taken Hitler’s roll or Stalin’s. Given they were both fascist lunatics, might not matter.

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    FreyjaRN Premium Member 5 months ago

    Some never learn.

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    ZomVee'89  5 months ago

    I love how Zelensky is out there in public talking about how the histrionic media and Biden admin need to calm down.

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    smartty cat Premium Member 5 months ago

    but there ain’t no Tolstoy to write about about it. How about “The Beautiful Poetry of Donald Trump” as an alternative. I kid you not. https://www.amazon.com/Beautiful-Poetry-Donald-Trump-Canons/dp/1786892278

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    mourdac Premium Member 5 months ago

    Exactly 2 things motivating Putin, it’s ingrained in the Russian psyche.

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    FrankErnesto  5 months ago

    NATO? I don’t think so, unless Nato can send Americans to do their fighting, and in this case it ain’t going to happen.

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    VegaAlopex  5 months ago

    We’re missing Charles XII of Sweden. Just ask Peter the Great.

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    Carl  Premium Member 5 months ago

    So the Ukraine is now Russia? And isn’t Germany the biggest block, next to Russia, to giving aid to the Ukraine?

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    gigagrouch  5 months ago

    i sincerely doubt NATO would be sending forces into Russia

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    countoftowergrove  5 months ago

    We’re going to invade Russia with 8500 troops? News to me.

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    LeeGP  5 months ago

    Maybe this time they won’t pull a Napoleon and try it in the winter…

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    Godfreydaniel  5 months ago

    [insincere apologies for re-posting this here song parody of mine]

    Vlad is blue and he wants a new lane

    So he hopes to annex the Ukraine

    While the world sits

    Putin out his hits!

    He’s confused, he thinks that he’s Paul Bunyan

    Longing for the dear ol’ Soviet Onion

    (Tons of funnin’!)

    But now we have some hope (just an oodle)

    Our prexy now is not Putin’s Poodle

    While Vlad’mir sits

    Let’s prevent his hits!

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    John Leonard Premium Member 5 months ago

    It is? Really Are you sure?

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    Yontrop  5 months ago

    Jeff is over reacting. Biden is not going to invade Russia. He is doing everything he can think of to prevent Putin from invading the Ukraine. It may not be enough to convince Putin but Sergey Viktorovich Lavrov is starting to look really tired.

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    preacherman  5 months ago

    I don’t think NATO is thinking about sending forces to Russia. They are thinking of sending forces to shore us the defenses of the Ukraine against Russia. But, so far, we just have forces on both side of the borders showing their resolve like a standoff.

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    jack666 Premium Member 5 months ago

    Actually it would be the fourth attempt to succeed in an invasion of Russia. Charles XII of Sweden did so in addition to Hitler and Napoleon. The Swedes won the battles but lost the war to the winter and the vast space, just like the others.

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    chris.lemarie  5 months ago

    I’m not too thrilled at seeing Napoleon and Hitler associated in the same image. But that must be because I’m French.

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    @Rad-ish  Premium Member 5 months ago

    Is Russia making a mistake by attacking Ukraine in the winter?

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    fairportfan  5 months ago

    Not Russia…

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    Norton99  5 months ago

    In between those two attempts, Russia was defeated by the Japanese.

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    svcman98  5 months ago

    Fewer mountains though. Putin needs Ukraine for food. It was called the breadbasket of Russia at one time, Puttin needs it back because his own crops are failing and can’t support the country.

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    UnklGene  5 months ago

    Schadenfreude!

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    TaximanSteve  5 months ago

    And Churchill and Wilson. They sent troops to aid the White Russians during the Russian Civil War. Two museum ships, the USS Olympia and the HMS M-33 are physical reminders of that imbroglio.

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    359mxn  5 months ago

    The Ukraine is not part of Russia, yet.

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    seamusrmacdonald  5 months ago

    I doubt anyone wants to invade Russia. They just don’t want Russia invading other countries.

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    Imagonnadie  5 months ago

    I guess Germany didn’t invade Russia in World War 1, but, responded to Russia’s invasion. I am pretty sure they wiped the field of them. It only led to the formation of the Soviet Union as a result.

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    ruif.info.excluido  5 months ago

    What do you mean, third time? As far as I know, Russia was invaded, in chronological order, by Napoleon in 1812, by French, British and Turkish forces in 1852-4, by basically everybody in late 1918, in particular by American, British and French forces in 1918-1919, after the October revolution, and by Hitler in 1940. So…

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