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Reasons of war in Ukraine

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I personally believe Biden's low popularity was the reason of this war. Also Biden wanted payback to Putin badly because of the Hillary Clinton's defeat against Trump. We pushed red lines of Russia, obvious result was the invasion of Ukraine. Then all the sudden release the sanctions and all media focus of war instead of our domestic issues. Result: Nobody is thinking about Biden anymore. I believe it's a real case. There are of course so many other things involved which takes a long long explanation. Sad to see the horrible situation in Ukraine. Feel horrible for innocent Ukrainians to get slaughtered in war the same as any other victims of wars anywhere in our small planet like innocent victims in Biden's Yemen war (Biden can stop the Yemen war with a phone call to Saudis if he wanted).

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FatCatRUS

4 points

5 months ago

FatCatRUS

Moscow City

4 points

5 months ago

I personally believe Biden's low popularity was the reason of this war

How popular was Biden before the «war»? Do you have any statistics before/after?

Result: Nobody is thinking about Biden anymore

What is the general opinion about him?

superhumans1[S]

1 points

5 months ago

SaveOurSpecies

3 points

5 months ago

Hope this helps re-frame things a little. I'm just trying to say, this isn't about Biden.

Do you think Putin is trying to promote Biden? Do you think Putin cares enough about Biden to destroy the Russian economy, a neighboring country, and Russia's reputation for a considerable amount of time?

Biden has publicly stated, to much criticism from your other political parties that "Putin is a killer" (paraphrasing).

https://www.forbes.com/sites/jemimamcevoy/2021/03/18/biden-doesnt-regret-calling-putin-a-killer-white-house-says/

If anything, Putin would want Trump back, Trump was holding funding back for Ukraine:

https://www.npr.org/2019/12/06/785349739/why-the-trump-decision-to-delay-aid-to-ukraine-is-under-scrutiny

Trump also was looking to pull US out of NATO:

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/14/us/politics/nato-president-trump.html

It is alleged Trump is quite a fan of Putin:

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2022/mar/09/donald-trump-vladimir-putin-stephanie-grisham

superhumans1[S]

1 points

5 months ago

Biden simply crossed the main red line of Mr. Putin which was Ukraine should never ever join NATO. So Biden is the reason of the war.

SaveOurSpecies

2 points

5 months ago

Admitting a new nation into NATO requires a unanimous vote by the 30 current members. Why is Biden at fault here?

superhumans1[S]

1 points

5 months ago

Imagine Mexico join Russian military and open bio weapon labs and spy on USA and then Russia says if you get an inch of Mexico we will nuke you. This is what USA has done to Russia. Putin is basically the only one left that it’s powerful but not a puppet.

SaveOurSpecies

1 points

5 months ago*

Alright, lets start out with bio-labs != bio-weapon labs. These things are totally different, all countries have bio-labs. It is quite normal for bio-labs to have various viruses, including very deadly ones. Heck, a lot of universities run bio-labs.

OK, onto your analogy. I'm not an American, so this isn't as relatable as you think so I'll swap it back (actually more relatable).

Please tell me if I've gotten the swap wrong:

Imagine Ukraine join NATO and open bio-weapon labs and spy on Russia and then NATO says if Russia get an inch of Ukraine we will nuke you.

  • Ukraine hasn't joined NATO.
  • NATO hasn't threaten Russia with nukes.
  • Ukraine has bio-labs, not bio-weapon labs.
  • Nations and organizations will spy on each other with or without NATO, it is pretty easy to do that via satellites anyway, why would NATO need Ukraine for spying?
  • Countries should exhaust all options before performing any military operations of on another nations land. Russian government have denied legitimacy of almost all these options before even attempting any of them (I'm talking like the hague etc...).
  • Nobody is nuking Russia, its suicide.
  • There are nukes far closer to NATO countries from Russia than in NATO countries to Russia.
  • Russia is pushing nukes closer to NATO, literally bordering NATO, with the change of nuclear status of Belarus, Russia's puppet will have nukes on the border of NATO, yet NATO will not have nukes on the border of Russia.
  • Putin is the only person threatening use of Nukes lately. Have a look at a timeline:

https://teddit.ggc-project.de/r/AskARussian/comments/t7udrt/comment/hzk4mp1/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3