posted on Mar, 15 2015 @ 07:20 PM
I'm going to throw this in here take it for what it is:
What do we really know? Absolutely nothing the embassy can't be proven, nor the coup, nor the flu, nor the baby.
So what can an objective individual think? With reasonable suspicion? Is as follows; we know Putin's nemesis was assassinated, we know he's been
missing, nothing else.
At this point we have to use our better judgement, a world superpower who craves the spotlight like a heroin addicted Courtney love, Kim k, pick a
spotlight whore excuse my French, they crave the attention more than anything except money. Now both money and publicity are gone, those are hurting
his image which is the most Iimportant thing for a celebrity if you will. You can't honestly believe that all of these major rumors wouldn't be
squashed immediately by the attention whore himself.
Now that brings into question what is going on, well what do we know? We know there's heavy sanctions and his economy is hurting, regardless of
oligarchs they need the country intact to make more money toppling the government would be suicide as we've seen with someone worse a possibility for
power change. They wouldn't risk it knowing they have an ally in Putin. What else do we know? That there are major troop movments in Europe,
unprecedented actually. 6 companies of marines to train the Ukrainian national guard. over 1000 mile march dam near his border to the black sea, we
know we are conduct ing exercises there while being monitored by the black sea fleet itself. So what can we deduce?
At this point this is still my opinion, I think this is the precursor to a actually physical conflict with Russia. No nukes just conventional it would
be suicide for Putin to put his fleet in front of ours in hope his capital wouldn't be attacked, which would explain his hiding, to me it seems like
he is preparing for an attack and just being precautionary. Worried of a first strike from us or a unfriendly nation on his capital would incapacitate
him outright if he wasn't expecting it. From a military perspective this boils down to who flinched first. Putin can't flinch if he's nowhere in
sight. At this point he could accuse the US of overstepping the exercise guidelines and attack some of our fleet indefinitely. almost as if there
watching to see if we're actually planning an invasion. We will be under extreme scrutiny in the black sea and I'm sure there are military analyst
for Russia monitoring every step in those exercises looking for something that would give them reason to believe that we may be preparing a NATO
invasion type scenario or JTF type show of force.
What do you all think?