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il y a 20 heures (modifié)Elensky, Trudeau, Biden, Baerbock, Johnson… how many more clowns the world can sustain ?
il y a 21 heuresCol. MacGregor is the most educated and professional analytic of the war
il y a 16 heuresAs a German I can‘t tell how furious I am. So fed up with being America‘s vassals 80 years after WW2. Only hope is a complete change of policy and politicians.
il y a 14 heuresI’m a Vietnam veteran and I like to thank you, Judge, for including Col Doug Macgregor on your list of military analysts for your podcast. I’ve learned so much about the Ukraine War and war in general and without the propaganda Americans are being spoon-fed by the MSM.
il y a 21 heuresAmerica and the world needs people like Colonel Macgregor.
il y a 18 heuresStalingrad definitely was of strategic value. It was at the westernmost bend of the Volga River. Taking Stalingrad meant that it would be much more difficult for oil to be transported to the Red Army and Soviet industry. That’s why the Germans fought so hard to take it and why the Soviets fought so hard to keep it. It wasn’t something childish like an obsession by either side that it was named after Stalin.
il y a 23 heuresI love these guys! Truth is rare in America. We could do a lot worse than these guy as President and Vice President
il y a 21 heuresI watched a story from one of journalists in Bakhmut. One woman was giving a birth to baby in basement of some house. Her husband asked U.soldiers who were around for some kind assistance but they heard how one soldier told to another one: »Why do we have to care? They all separatists. » Can you imagine? This family was found shortly after it and Wagner soldiers evacuated them in safe place providing all assistance.
il y a 20 heuresThanks for having Col.MacGregor on your program.
il y a 19 heuresOne of the most intelligent well informed information about the war in Ukraine. When I really want news without properganda I turn to Judge Napolitano. Thank you
il y a 21 heuresWith all due respect, Colonel, there was a tank factory in Stalingrad… I’d also wish to say that it seems to me that Gen. Surovikin has done in Bakhmut what Gen. von Falkenhayn failed to do at Verdun in 1916. And danke schon for your remarkable analyses, mon colonel!!!
il y a 19 heuresCoolest podcast channel on Ukraine bar none. The Colonel and Scot Ritter are brilliant. The judge is quality. Love this show.
il y a 22 heures (modifié)We must never forget how 30 000 of starving and demoralized Russian convicts armed with nothing but shovels [by the look of it one shovel too many for Ukrainians to handle it] had suffered 40 000 casualties, yet still managed to surround and take the city of Bakhmut from a professional Ukrainian army, which was equipped with the best gear NATO could offer, along with the best CIA intel and backed by billions of the US taxpayers dollars.Lire la suite
il y a 21 heuresBrilliant conversation by Col, Douglas MacGregor! He’s a godsend, too bad no one is listening to the esteemed Colonel in Washington, may God bless him and protect him…safe travels Judge
il y a 21 heuresCol Doug Macgregor is a true American hero.
il y a 18 heuresColonel Douglas is a real patriot .
il y a 20 heuresThanks to Colonel McGregor for remembering to mention the bombing of my country, Serbia, which before that was an ally of the Americans in both world wars and we loved America as much as Russia, maybe even more. God knows why they declared us enemies, I don’t
il y a 17 heures (modifié)If I had to go into battle knowing that Col. McGregor was in command I would most surely feel reassured my life was in the best hands possible.