Are we so desperate to help Ukraine that we have to ask Donald Trump for help? It seems obvious that the Russian generals have been lying to Vladimir Putin. The only person Putin still trusts is probably his friend Trump. He is the friend of despots around the world.
If Putin figures it out for himself, he is just going to strike out wildly. There is no telling what he might do. The Ukrainians were supposed to welcome the Russian soldiers with flowers for helping to save their country from the dangers of democracy. He might command his army to invade Moldova or even start nuking the Ukrainians. That will teach them to shoot his soldiers. Not that Putin would give much of a damn about the lost soldiers. There are lots more Russians that can be conscripted.
Poor Putin thought his army could conquer Ukraine in about a week. A month later, he is starting to wonder. The difference is that the Ukrainians are fighting to keep their country. The Russian conscripts who do not know why they are invading Ukraine are just so much cannon fodder. And Russian tanks were supposed to be invincible. Russian tanks and trucks run on fuel and as the supply lines lengthen, the lines become easier to cut.
Anyway, with Donald Trump being declared as a special ambassador, extraordinary and plenipotentiary, of course, we can maybe resolve matters. The simplest way is to be sure Trump is in the Kremlin presenting his ambassadorial credentials to Putin—and then nuke the Kremlin.
It is not that we are particularly blood thirsty today but it is not often that you have an opportunity to rid the world of two of its least desirable citizens.
And it would obviously be an excellent present for the Russian people. They hardly deserve the economic sanctions against Putin and his oligarchs but they are the ones suffering. After all, if you cannot buy a Big Mac or a Tim’s coffee in Moscow, what is this world coming to?
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