A former CIA officer describes Putin in one phrase A former CIA officer describes Putin in one phrase

A former CIA officer describes Putin in one phrase

A former CIA officer describes Putin in one phrase  Scott Ritter, a former US Marine Corps intelligence officer, said in an interview with the US Tour of Duty YouTube channel that Russian President Vladimir Putin is one of the greatest men of this century.  The former officer added: "When the history of this century will be assessed, one name will rise above all others, and that name is Vladimir Putin. He is one of the greatest men of this century."  The former US officer stressed that Putin saved Russia after it fell into a very difficult period in the nineties of the last century.  The former intelligence man continued, "Putin speaks the truth, and he is on the right side of history."  It was precisely thanks to Putin, Ritter emphasized, that Russia had reached the current world level.         A US military official reveals a "pathetic" plan for Zelensky  US Lieutenant Colonel Tony Shaffer said that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is using the situation around a possible Ukrainian counterattack to involve NATO in the conflict and expand it.   “It is trying to force the West to provide more support in order to achieve its own goals and in particular to continue and expand the conflict and try to achieve direct involvement of NATO in it. This is exactly what the Ukrainians are hoping for – i.e. NATO's direct participation in continuing the war.  He also expressed his belief that Zelensky uses the "helpless young woman" tactic and constantly tells of a shortage of one type or another of weapons, trying in this way to force Western countries to provide him with more support, as well as force NATO to participate directly in the conflict.  The New York Times previously wrote that Ukraine risks losing Western support if its planned counterattack fails.         Bolton proposes to deploy tactical nuclear weapons in South Korea  Former US National Security Adviser John Bolton suggested deploying US tactical nuclear weapons in South Korea to deter the North's neighbor.  This came in Bolton's speech to Reuters today, Tuesday, where he said, "The return of nuclear weapons to the peninsula will be clear evidence of our determination to deter the Republic of North Korea. And the deployment of US nuclear weapons in the Republic of South Korea does not prevent the country from developing its potential nuclear weapons, but it may give us Take some time to consider whether we in the United States really want South Korea to develop its own nuclear weapons."  The United States had deployed tactical nuclear weapons in South Korea in 1958, but they were completely removed in 1991.  Earlier, the President of the Republic of South Korea, Yoon Sok Yul, said that his country could deploy tactical nuclear weapons to another country or develop its own nuclear weapons if the situation on the Korean Peninsula worsened due to North Korea's nuclear program, and Yoon Sok Yol added that security cooperation with The United States remains the most realistic option for now.  US officials regularly speak of a commitment to extended deterrence, which means a willingness to use all means, including nuclear means, to protect an ally.           Before announcing his re-candidacy Trump attacks the "failed" Biden  Former US President Donald Trump attacked his successor, Joe Biden, in a statement hours before the latter announced his candidacy for a second presidential term. Trump described the Biden administration as a failure.  Prior to announcing his re-candidacy Trump attacks BidenPoll: The vast majority of Americans oppose Biden running again "You could take the five worst presidents in American history, put them together, and they wouldn't have done the damage Joe Biden did to our nation in just a few short years not even close," Trump said in a lengthy statement.  Trump cited a slew of problems Biden faced during his first few years in office, including inflation, immigration, crime and education.  He also touched on Biden's foreign policy record, pointing to "the withdrawal of US forces, the Taliban's takeover of the war in Afghanistan, the Russian-Ukrainian war, and the ongoing tensions with China."  Trump said, "With such a disastrous and failed presidency, it is almost inconceivable that Biden would consider running for reelection You know what happened in the last election: They cheated and rigged the election But I promise you that when I stand on the debate stage and compare our records, it will be Radical Democrats' worst nightmare because there has never been a record this bad."  He added, "There has never been a greater contradiction between two consecutive administrations in all of American history. Our great administration and their failed administration.. With your support in the election, we will defeat Joe Biden in 2024. We will save our economy. We will crush inflation. We will stop the invasion on our southern border." "We will restore our nation's dignity. We will prevent World War III. Together, we will make America great again."

Scott Ritter, a former US Marine Corps intelligence officer, said in an interview with the US Tour of Duty YouTube channel that Russian President Vladimir Putin is one of the greatest men of this century.

The former officer added: "When the history of this century will be assessed, one name will rise above all others, and that name is Vladimir Putin. He is one of the greatest men of this century."

The former US officer stressed that Putin saved Russia after it fell into a very difficult period in the nineties of the last century.

The former intelligence man continued, "Putin speaks the truth, and he is on the right side of history."

It was precisely thanks to Putin, Ritter emphasized, that Russia had reached the current world level.



A US military official reveals a "pathetic" plan for Zelensky

US Lieutenant Colonel Tony Shaffer said that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is using the situation around a possible Ukrainian counterattack to involve NATO in the conflict and expand it.


“It is trying to force the West to provide more support in order to achieve its own goals and in particular to continue and expand the conflict and try to achieve direct involvement of NATO in it. This is exactly what the Ukrainians are hoping for – i.e. NATO's direct participation in continuing the war.

He also expressed his belief that Zelensky uses the "helpless young woman" tactic and constantly tells of a shortage of one type or another of weapons, trying in this way to force Western countries to provide him with more support, as well as force NATO to participate directly in the conflict.

The New York Times previously wrote that Ukraine risks losing Western support if its planned counterattack fails.



Bolton proposes to deploy tactical nuclear weapons in South Korea

Former US National Security Adviser John Bolton suggested deploying US tactical nuclear weapons in South Korea to deter the North's neighbor.

This came in Bolton's speech to Reuters today, Tuesday, where he said, "The return of nuclear weapons to the peninsula will be clear evidence of our determination to deter the Republic of North Korea. And the deployment of US nuclear weapons in the Republic of South Korea does not prevent the country from developing its potential nuclear weapons, but it may give us Take some time to consider whether we in the United States really want South Korea to develop its own nuclear weapons."

The United States had deployed tactical nuclear weapons in South Korea in 1958, but they were completely removed in 1991.

Earlier, the President of the Republic of South Korea, Yoon Sok Yul, said that his country could deploy tactical nuclear weapons to another country or develop its own nuclear weapons if the situation on the Korean Peninsula worsened due to North Korea's nuclear program, and Yoon Sok Yol added that security cooperation with The United States remains the most realistic option for now.

US officials regularly speak of a commitment to extended deterrence, which means a willingness to use all means, including nuclear means, to protect an ally.



Before announcing his re-candidacy Trump attacks the "failed" Biden

Former US President Donald Trump attacked his successor, Joe Biden, in a statement hours before the latter announced his candidacy for a second presidential term. Trump described the Biden administration as a failure.

Prior to announcing his re-candidacy Trump attacks BidenPoll: The vast majority of Americans oppose Biden running again
"You could take the five worst presidents in American history, put them together, and they wouldn't have done the damage Joe Biden did to our nation in just a few short years not even close," Trump said in a lengthy statement.

Trump cited a slew of problems Biden faced during his first few years in office, including inflation, immigration, crime and education.

He also touched on Biden's foreign policy record, pointing to "the withdrawal of US forces, the Taliban's takeover of the war in Afghanistan, the Russian-Ukrainian war, and the ongoing tensions with China."

Trump said, "With such a disastrous and failed presidency, it is almost inconceivable that Biden would consider running for reelection You know what happened in the last election: They cheated and rigged the election But I promise you that when I stand on the debate stage and compare our records, it will be Radical Democrats' worst nightmare because there has never been a record this bad."

He added, "There has never been a greater contradiction between two consecutive administrations in all of American history. Our great administration and their failed administration.. With your support in the election, we will defeat Joe Biden in 2024. We will save our economy. We will crush inflation. We will stop the invasion on our southern border." "We will restore our nation's dignity. We will prevent World War III. Together, we will make America great again."

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