Russia becoming desperate in Ukraine War as US weapons flood the battlefield; Moscow warns of catastrophic consequences

US-Bradley-fighting-vehicle-in-Ukraine A US Bradley fighting vehicle in Ukraine. © GETTY

Revelations 6:3-4 “when he opened the second seal, I heard the second living creature say, “Come!” 4 And out came another horse, bright red. Its rider was permitted to take peace from the earth, so that people should slay one another, and he was given a great sword.

Important Takeaways:

  • Russia warns NATO of ‘catastrophic consequences’ as tensions with Moscow threaten WW3
  • The Russian Foreign Ministry released a dire statement on the 90th anniversary of the Russian-US relationship warning that relations were hanging by a thread
  • The statement read in part: “Owing to Washington’s policy of rampant Russophobia, [relations] risk being severed at any moment. This is not Russia’s choice, but reckless moves on the part of the United States that spin the wheel of escalation, including the doctrinal task of inflicting a ‘strategic defeat’ on Moscow, risk leading to catastrophic consequences.”
  • Moscow accused the US of being “hopelessly and nonsensically focused on changing the regime and stirring up internal strife in Russia, a project into which substantial funds are being invested”.
  • As Russia’s war with Ukraine approaches its third year, Moscow’s position on the battlefield has become more desperate. Billions of dollars worth of Western weaponry has flooded into Ukraine, blunting Russian advances.
  • Amid this backdrop of Russian soldiers being killed by NATO weapons given to Ukraine, tensions have skyrocketed. Rhetoric out of Moscow has been sharp with some politicians and pundits going as far as to call for war with the West.
  • A war between NATO and Russia would be devastating and many think that such a conflict could go nuclear.
  • Russia has nearly 6,000 nuclear warheads while NATO countries – the US, UK and France – have a similar amount.

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