World gone mad. worth a listen,
just to start a conversation!  Brendan Oneil talking to Julia Hartley-Brewer.  Refreshingly open honest and above board conversation.

8 Responses to “World gone mad.”

  1. 1 patrickm
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  3. 3 patrickm

    The obvious madness of Greta

  4. 4 patrickm
    20 years have gone past since it was about 20 years past the first time I heard that ‘we’ only had 10 years to act!

    The mad end of the woke all are BBC type woke and at heart just agree with the obviously alarmist mad woman who is just a bit extreme in her methods!

  5. 5 patrickm the inevitable result of green madness!

  6. 6 patrickm

    As Putin’s further assault on the Ukrainian peoples gets going it is well to remember the military saying “slow is smooth and smooth is fast”. War takes time! Big wars take big time.

    I hope the Ukrainian armed forces are led by some very clever generals because I would bet the Russians have had this war planned out in a meticulous manner over a very long time so I hope the same applies to the defence, but somehow I doubt it. But as they also say ‘no plan ever survives contact with the enemy’. Sadly the Ukrainians will lose a lot of heroic fighters once the Russians start their old steam roller.

    At least they have got great US satellite and other intelligence platform fead!

  7. 7 Stephen Owens

    I think that you need to calm down and ask yourself what has changed?
    In 2014 Putin went into the 2 Eastern Ukrainian provinces but said that he wasn’t there, now his says he is there. The provinces were part of Ukraine and now Putin says that they are independent countries. Ill grant you that Putin’s war preparations now look serious which earlier even this month they didn’t but if his bluff is to work he has to look serious.
    For 8 years Putin has put up with supporting Donetsk and Luhansk which must be pretty marginal places considering the cost of maintaining the war necessary to protect them.
    But again I return to my as yet unanswered question. What are Putin’s war aims?
    I think that his aims were to get some negotiated gains from Ukraine or NATO but in this he has clearly failed. I think that he will now fall back to a position of beefing up Donetsk and Luhansk so that he can at least exit with the claim that he saved these “countries” from terrible fascist Ukrainian aggression.

  8. 8 patrickm Peta Credlin has a good grasp of what the ALP strengths might be to get 2 terms! Strap in for the woke madness!

    As for Putin’s war, well NATO is now in this for a win! So Putin is in trouble because they cant out supply the weapons and manpower to the cutting edge front. The Russians can’t retrain in the required timeframe and they can’t re-equip and they are up against the US plus NATO and Japan and even Australia and others are contributing to the ever-strengthening Ukraine manpower resources. Despite the terrible destruction Ukraine is relatively stronger now than at the start of 2022!

    The pushback has been underway for some time and the Russians have very little to show and no realistic prospect for holding on what they have grabed this year for very long. If they lose what they have tried to grab this year it will have come at a crushing price of men and materials and Russia might not hold together under Vlad the bungler!

    This is undoubtedly a historical turning point of a war!

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