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Nov 24
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A lot of things happening in the battlefields around the world, i have a hard time catching up 馃槄 first the old middle east conflicts, looks like Turkey is hitting the kurds in iraq and syria, what is not mentioned in MSM however...

2. target of the Turkish strike was the US-run center for the training and education of PKK militants in Rojava. There are rumors that the Turks gave the US enough warning time to evacuate most of its personnel.
3. what do we have here? A NATO member state openly attacked a US-run facility and gave US soldiers enough time to evacuate, just like what Iran did when it bombarded a US military base in iraq 馃き US alliances are like a soap opera full of drama 馃ぃ
4. and the Americans are pretty pissed. Apparently they didn't get much notice, shorter than what the Iranians gave them 馃ぃ Also, word on the street is that Erdogan will be meeting Assad in Moscow pretty soon, wow if that really true
5. Looks like Erdogan has had enough of US state sponsored terrorism in Turkey, the聽terrorist attack in Ankara which killed 34 people and injured another 125, must have been orchestrated by the US if Erdogan is hitting US base in Rojava
6. And on the European battlefields it looks increasingly obvious that the Russian strategy at the moment is not for a land grab but to destroy Ukr energy infrastructure to break Ukraine's existence as a viable modern nation and induce a humanitarian disaster.
7. An ugly form of war yes. But nevertheless we have seen one example of it in the past: Iraq The US took out 97% of the Iraqi power generation capacity in the first 3 days of the war. The Iraqis shut down the rest because they could no longer keep the grid stable.
8. This is exactly the Russians are trying to emulate, they are learning from the best after all which is the US 馃き Ukraine's power grid is held together by duct tape and prayers at this point. Second wave of Ukrainian refugees would be
9. the turning point that forces the West to drag Zelensky to the negotiating table. My prediction is Russia is going to completely destroy the Ukrainian state's ability to function by attacking not just electricity and water, but food storage and distribution as well.
10. Look at the state of Ukr electricity, Ukraine on the night of 24th of November 2022 Ukraine is darker than the surrounding countries, judging from the photo, the russians still have some way to go
11. Russia is trying to flood Europe with refugees once again, the Ukranians cold, dark with no heating, electricity and probably starving will be forced to head to EU in the millions this will test the NATO unity to a breaking point, will NATO break? Time will tell 馃し鈥嶁檧锔


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