Tim Kirby is an independent journalist, TV and radio host.
There is one talking point that does not appear anywhere, it is so forbidden that it cannot even be brought up into the conversation to be criticized or “debunked”.
Russia’s divorce from Europe looks to be over and along with it is the birth of our much anticipated Multipolar World.
The Ukrainian military has also now stated that they are not planning an invasion of the breakaway Donbass region. Which in our bizarre 21st century doublespeak means “yes we are going to invade” but more on that later.
No progress can be made until the West either sees the Russians as equals or at least fears them enough to create respect like they did in the Cold War, Tim Kirby writes.
Our God today is the government. They are the utopia makers, Tim Kirby writes.
It could justify infinite spending to protect democracy from the evil Russians who are just itching to march on Paris with shining breast-plated cavalry and gleaming bayonets or whatever goofy fantasy the Mainstream Media can dream up.
If done properly, Russia’s wide rivers and preexisting canals with some upgrades could have an impact on international trade and create some previously impossible shipping routes.
One thing the individual can do is resist, and when the majority of the population decides to grind the wheels the engine comes to a halt
Because the culture of fear for some in the Soviet Union has shifted over to America, Tim Kirby writes.
Kazakhstan is potentially a watered down version of the Ukrainian Crisis, Tim Kirby writes.