The Russia-Ukraine Conflict [3]

Gravitas LIVE with Palki Sharma Upadhyay. This is high quality news reporting – journalism, as it should be. Presenting the facts to the viewers, and allowing them to come to their own conclusions. To put together such a comprehensive newscast, would require a big research team to gather news, verify each item, and compile it for broadcast.  The entire news report, whether 10 minutes or 50 minutes, is packed with evidence and details.

Will the West still bankroll Russia’s war?
This is the subject of the news bulletin on Day 13 (March 9, 2022) of the Ukraine Invasion.

 

Additional video news segments:

1. Ukraine War: Are we heading towards World War III
March 6, 2022

2. Did NATO push Ukraine into war? *
March 7, 2022

(* Thanks to mh, for sharing this link in The Russia-Ukraine Conflict[2] thread.)

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6 Responses to The Russia-Ukraine Conflict [3]

  1. mh says:

    #FoxNews #Tucker
    Tulsi Gabbard: Labs need to be ‘shut down immediately’

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0IZQJyk3L58

  2. mh says:

    More Tucker

    Tucker: We should be very concerned about this

    Fox News host reacts to claims the U.S. has been funding biolabs in Ukraine on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight.’ #FoxNews #Tucker

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g2cwGscanAg

  3. kaysee kaysee says:

    Zelensky’s three big miscalculations

    Did Volodymyr Zelensky bet on direct intervention by NATO? Did he over-estimate Ukraine’s strategic importance to the West? Palki Sharma explains Zelensky’s 3 big miscalculations that gave Russia the upper hand.

  4. kaysee kaysee says:

    Updates on the war:

    Ukraine Invasion: Day 14
    First signs of a compromise in Ukraine?

    Ukraine Invasion: Day 15
    Ukraine: Leak at Chernobyl imminent?

  5. kaysee kaysee says:

    Tulsi Gabbard: Labs need to be ‘shut down immediately’

    She sums up the disinterest of the government here:

    US leaders have an ‘F-you’ attitude

  6. PeterW says:

    It needs to be said. Again

    Russia has a LOT of form when it comes to violent dealings with its smaller neighbours. Ukraine has both long experience in suffering at Russian hands, and recent experience in watching Russia engage in military adventurism (Georgia, Crimea) and interference in Ukraine’s internal affairs.

    You would have to be unreasonably naive – or downright dishonest – to claim that Ukrainian independence could safely rely on Russian benevolence.

    Putin is on record as having a vision of Russia which includes Ukraine as a part or as a satellite state.

    Blaming Ukraine is like watching a 120kg man beating up a 55kg woman and arguing that “she asked for it”

    Trying to forge links and alliances with friends who will potentially help you against a large and threatening neighbour is exactly what you would expect any responsible government to do. As for the claim that NATO is somehow a threat, try justifying that with reference to just one occasion in which NATO started a war.

    Peter

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