Tucker Carlson Fox, Exposes The American Politicians, War In Ukraine, Dare To Watch!

Truth7t7

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The other side of the coin on the Russian war, will you dare to watch?

In The Clip Tucker Exposes how the politicians were aware the war was coming and promoted it?

Tucker shares how we are currently at un-declared war with Russia through sanctions, with provision of inteligence, and military armarment?

Tucker shares the dangers of NATO/EU/UN sanctions and what the outcome could be?

Tucker shares how sanctions on Russian oil will force countries to go to Saudi Arabia, Iran, Venezuela, all hostile players in evil regimes?

The Current War in Ethiopia and Yemen, thousands have died, journalist dying in Mexico at the highest rate in the world, as the media is silent?

The Clip, A Must Watch!
 

stiggy wiggy

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Whoops. Tucker forgot to tell us how the Ukrainians should react to maternity wards and children's hospital being bombed. He must have run out of time before he had a chance to inform us as to how the millions of newly homeless Ukrainian refugees can get their lives back, while in the meantime for some of them their best drinking water source is a mud puddle. Maybe tonight he will follow up with a report on whether those Ukrainians with an arm blown off and no doctors or medical facilities in sight should attempt to preserve the severed arm in snow, if they can find some, in hopes of a possible miraculous medical rescue team to sew it back on. Too bad those Ukrainian folks don't have cable so they can watch Tucker in his warm FOX News studio inform them about the REAL geopolitical situation.
 
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rossum

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Tucker shares how we are currently at un-declared war with Russia through sanctions, with provision of inteligence, and military armarment?
Sanctions? No, they are not "sanctions", you can get put in prison for calling them sanctions, which is the crime of spreading fake news. Just ask Putin what is the right way to treat people who spread fake news. You have to call them a "Special Financial Operation".

Be careful, or the police will be coming for you soon.
 

wiseones2cents

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The other side of the coin on the Russian war, will you dare to watch?

In The Clip Tucker Exposes how the politicians were aware the war was coming and promoted it?

Tucker shares how we are currently at un-declared war with Russia through sanctions, with provision of inteligence, and military armarment?

Tucker shares the dangers of NATO/EU/UN sanctions and what the outcome could be?

Tucker shares how sanctions on Russian oil will force countries to go to Saudi Arabia, Iran, Venezuela, all hostile players in evil regimes?

The Current War in Ethiopia and Yemen, thousands have died, journalist dying in Mexico at the highest rate in the world, as the media is silent?

The Clip, A Must Watch!
Yup. I posted this elsewhere. The Americans were planning this for quite some time. That's why they instigated this conflict.
 

Temujin

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Whoops. Tucker forgot to tell us how the Ukrainians should react to maternity wards and children's hospital being bombed. He must have run out of time before he had a chance to inform us as to how the millions of newly homeless Ukrainian refugees can get their lives back, while in the meantime for some of them their best drinking water source is a mud puddle. Maybe tonight he will follow up with a report on whether those Ukrainians with an arm blown off and no doctors or medical facilities in sight should attempt to preserve the severed arm in snow, if they can find some, in hopes of a possible miraculous medical rescue team to sew it back on. Too bad those Ukrainian folks don't have cable so they can watch Tucker in his warm FOX News studio inform them about the REAL geopolitical situation.
I am waiting for Fox, well known for their graphics slip ups, to transpose the initial letters of Tucker and Fox for a truly epic typo.
 

vibise

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Yup. I posted this elsewhere. The Americans were planning this for quite some time. That's why they instigated this conflict.
Americans forced Russians to invade Ukraine with no pretext, and to bomb civilian residential areas and maternity and children's hospitals?

How did that work?
 

wiseones2cents

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Americans forced Russians to invade Ukraine with no pretext, and to bomb civilian residential areas and maternity and children's hospitals?

How did that work?
No pretex? WOW! Its been almost a decade of pretext!

Exhibit a. In the video, America pledges to support Nazi Ukraine.

Exhibit B. America supports Ukraine siege in Eastern Ukraine against ethnic Russian.

Exhibit C Imperial America slaps sanctions on Russia.

Ya America's hands are clean. NOT !!!

What does America call it when it bombs children and hospitals? ohhhh collateral damage.
 

rossum

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What does America call it when it bombs children and hospitals? ohhhh collateral damage.
And Putin thinks that the American example is a good one to follow. Why do you support him then? How much does he pay you? What are rents on Omsk these days?
 

vibise

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No pretex? WOW! Its been almost a decade of pretext!

Exhibit a. In the video, America pledges to support Nazi Ukraine.

Exhibit B. America supports Ukraine siege in Eastern Ukraine against ethnic Russian.

Exhibit C Imperial America slaps sanctions on Russia.

Ya America's hands are clean. NOT !!!

What does America call it when it bombs children and hospitals? ohhhh collateral damage.
The world supports Ukraine. That you think they are Nazis makes sense to no one but you and Putin. This amounts to unfounded name-calling.

Eastern Ukraine is part of Ukraine, but separatists aligned with Russia are trying to secede, just as Russia successfully annexed Crimea in 2014, which had been part of Ukraine.

And yes, it is appropriate to slap sanctions on Russia when they invade another country without real justification. Those sanctions will get more severe as Russia continues to target civilians and hospitals and schools.

There is no way to justify what Russia is doing.
 

Truth7t7

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Kķmpp pl pop P⁰q¹pl a!
Whoops. Tucker forgot to tell us how the Ukrainians should react to maternity wards and children's hospital being bombed. He must have run out of time before he had a chance to inform us as to how the millions of newly homeless Ukrainian refugees can get their lives back, while in the meantime for some of them their best drinking water source is a mud puddle. Maybe tonight he will follow up with a report on whether those Ukrainians with an arm blown off and no doctors or medical facilities in sight should attempt to preserve the severed arm in snow, if they can find some, in hopes of a possible miraculous medical rescue team to sew it back on. Too bad those Ukrainian folks don't have cable so they can watch Tucker in his warm FOX News studio inform them about the REAL geopolitical situation.
You should be a propaganda reporter, with your "What If" that accounts for 80+ of reporting
 

Truth7t7

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The world supports Ukraine. That you think they are Nazis makes sense to no one but you and Putin. This amounts to unfounded name-calling.

Eastern Ukraine is part of Ukraine, but separatists aligned with Russia are trying to secede, just as Russia successfully annexed Crimea in 2014, which had been part of Ukraine.

And yes, it is appropriate to slap sanctions on Russia when they invade another country without real justification. Those sanctions will get more severe as Russia continues to target civilians and hospitals and schools.

There is no way to justify what Russia is doing.
Crimea democratically voted 93% to leave Ukraine, get your propaganda correct
 

cjab

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There is no way to justify what Russia is doing.
Ask yourself this one question: become Ukraine demanded to join Nato, do you suppose that they asked the Russians if it was acceptable to them?

The analogy is this: suppose Canada had decided to become part of the Union of Soviet aligned Socialist Republics. Do you suppose the USA would have minded?
 

Temujin

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Crimea democratically voted 93% to leave Ukraine, get your propaganda correct
A vote taken after Russia had annexed the area. Votes in Russia, from the earliest Soviet times to recently under Putin, regularly record "approval" for authority above 90%. How surprising when any public show of dissent leads to arrest and imprisonment. Your propaganda doesn't work.
 

Temujin

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Ask yourself this one question: become Ukraine demanded to join Nato, do you suppose that they asked the Russians if it was acceptable to them?
Why should they?

The analogy is this: suppose Canada had decided to become part of the Union of Soviet aligned Socialist Republics. Do you suppose the USA would have minded?
Are you suggesting that the US would be bombing children's hospitals in Toronto? Or invading Canada with 100,000+ troops? In the unlikely event of your analogy, the US, and the rest of the Western world would be unhappy. There may be economic consequences. Canada would be banned from the Commonwealth Games. But invasion? Do you really think that is reasonable? Or even possible for a free country sanely led to undertake?
 

cjab

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Why should they?
Proximity to Russia and the inherent threat to Russia's security.

Are you suggesting that the US would be bombing children's hospitals in Toronto? Or invading Canada with 100,000+ troops? In the unlikely event of your analogy, the US, and the rest of the Western world would be unhappy. There may be economic consequences. Canada would be banned from the Commonwealth Games. But invasion? Do you really think that is reasonable? Or even possible for a free country sanely led to undertake?
I should see the invasion and annexation of Canada by the US as a distinct possibility in that scenario.
 

Temujin

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Proximity to Russia and the inherent threat to Russia's security.


I should see the invasion and annexation of Canada by the US as a distinct possibility in that scenario.
Well you have a great deal less respect for the US and its values than I do. Which besides, does not excuse the actions of Putin.
 

stiggy wiggy

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Ask yourself this one question: become Ukraine demanded to join Nato, do you suppose that they asked the Russians if it was acceptable to them?

The analogy is this: suppose Canada had decided to become part of the Union of Soviet aligned Socialist Republics. Do you suppose the USA would have minded?

Brilliant logic: So the fact that Ukraine, wishing to join NATO in order to be protected from a Russian invasion, is a good excuse for a Russian invasion. Sheeesh!
 

rossum

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Kķmpp pl pop P⁰q¹pl a!
Erm... You typed that in Cyrillic and forgot to convert it to the Roman alphabet. Careless of you. Careful Putin doesn't have you arrested and put in prison for making his propaganda operation even more obvious than it already is.
 

cjab

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Brilliant logic: So the fact that Ukraine, wishing to join NATO in order to be protected from a Russian invasion, is a good excuse for a Russian invasion. Sheeesh!
How could the reasons for joining NATO be relevant, if the very act of joining NATO is seen as a heinous act of betrayal and a threat to Russia?
 
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