Dr. Pry cautions to be skeptical of all reporting on the Ukraine War as most of the information is coming from the Ukraine government, that wants the U.S. and NATO to join the war to defeat Russia. Yet the U.S. and NATO have no vital interests at stake in Ukraine to justify risking nuclear World War III. It is too early in the war to know if Russia is winning or losing. Russia probably has mobilized its nuclear forces and put them on high alert. The U.S. has flown B-52 nuclear bombers to Britain and, for the first time ever, to Poland. Such reckless behavior by both sides could too easily escalate to nuclear war by mistake. Republicans, instead of supporting Biden Administration warmongering in Ukraine, should be demanding why President Biden is risking nuclear war with Russia for Ukraine, which is not a U.S. ally and where the U.S. has no vital interest. U.S. foreign and defense policy should not be driven by Globalism, but by Nationalism and an "America First" policy that serves only U.S. vital national interests.
John often tackles the question: how did we get to where we are today? That’s an important question, but so is: where are we heading? To lead off the show this week, John combines the two questions, looking at all the puzzle pieces affecting us today. He tackles the situation with Russia and Ukraine as well as inflation, oil prices, climate change, the push to discontinue fossil fuels, and the state of U.S. currency as it relates to the world. He shows how we got to where we are today and where we could end up tomorrow.
Good evening everyone and welcome to the broadcast. While Russian and Ukrainian military forces battle it out on the ground, the war of words is heating up between Russia and NATO member nations. A top Russian official openly discussed the potential for nuclear war. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Wednesday that World War III would be “nuclear and destructive,” according to the Independent.