Col. Doug Macgregor – Ukraine Russia War Latest

Col. Doug Macgregor – Ukraine Russia War Latest

Col. Doug Macgregor – Ukraine Russia War Latest

By Judge Napolitano – Judging Freedom

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Burnt Offerings
An officer and a gentleman. What a delightful and smart man Doug is. America badly needs to hear the wisdom of decent moral leaders like the Colonel. This man is a national treasure.

Bernadette Nespole
Absolutely outstanding discussion. I loved Col. Mac Gregor’s answer to your first question, Judge! MacGregor stands his ground and is unwavering! This is what I love about Judging freedom! Grade AAA host , guests, content and subject matter experts! Love ya, Judge!!!

Khurram Dad
Two American former military men commentators that deserve the utmost respect, Douglas Macgregor & Scott Ritter.

Timothy W
Judge, I really appreciate the knowledge, intelligence and demeanor of Col. Macgregor. Thank you so much for hosting him.

bansraj mattai
It’s so true: one “can listen to Col. McGregor all afternoon.” Always clear, precise, and confident. Thank you both, gentlemen!

Anon Online
Douglas Magregor and Scott Ritter are THE BEST sources to keep informed on this situation. Thank you for organising Judge, keep up the good work. Kind regards from Belgium.

Rana R
Col Douglas McGregor is one very special, intelligent and rare American. His assessment of the situation corresponds with other sources reporting from the battlefield.

proster
Always an absolute pleasure to hear Colonel’s excellent and sober analysis on this conflict and a great thanks to Judge for keeping this conversation alive.

Tony Fernandes
Thank you for the excellent interview and commentary! Smart, incisive, and intelligent questions followed by fact-based, rational and knowledgeable responses!

Me
I can listen to Col. Macgregor over and over again. Occasionally, on yt I come across some re-posted portions or compiled videos, and even if I’ve watched the original one, I just can’t stop re-watching it again. It’s always a pleasure!

Hassan Deedaur
Our favourite Youtube program; our favourite Judge too, even though sometimes we do not share his line of questioning – of course we know the reason why he does it being a Judge, he has his methods. Cool. Every time I watch our favourite judge, it takes us back to college and the lectures of our favourite Professors. God bless.

Jack Wachtel-Scott
Russia’s referendums in the Russian speaking parts of Ukraine are in fact Russia’s unilateral implementation of the Minsk accords that the Ukrainians under U.S. influence refused to implement. The Mink accords were meant to give the Russian speaking regions autonomy but yet remain part of Ukraine. Putin has simply implemented the accords but instead of the regions remaining part of Ukraine they will become part of Russia. Bad things happen when you don’t honor an agreement.

Spartan 59
There is nothing better than to listen to the discussion of two Intellectual Giants with common sense. Listening to Judge A and Col Mac is like a breath of fresh air.My only complaint would be the length of time, can’t you stretch it out to at least a cup of coffee in length? 😀 It would be so nice to sit and listen to the soothing words of fact and not fiction, knowledge , not guesswork and dare I say that Col Mac has a voice that resonates commonsense and relief in understanding what is really going on.
My thanks to you both, may you both be blessed with good health. Col Macs best answers today…”NO”….”Suit this guy up and let him find out for himself”…”His story on Cuba”.

Екатерина Серикова
Norway is not an option. They were selling gas because they used their rivers to generate electricity. Some time ago Norway is announced that they can reduce the amount of gas for selling because the water level has dropped in their rivers and they need to use gas to produce it. The British government was quite pissed because they buy gas from Norway and it is 60 percent of all energy of The UK.

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Putin Finds Mass Graves of Children from Sex Trafficking in Ukraine in April 2022

Putin Finds Mass Graves of Children from Sex Trafficking in Ukraine in April 2022

By Michael A. Fuchs

Putin Finds Mass Graves of Children from Sex Trafficking in Ukraine in April 2022.

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Putin Finds Mass Graves of Children from Sex Trafficking in Ukraine in April 2022

Putin Finds Mass Graves of Children from Sex Trafficking in Ukraine in April 2022

Putin Finds Mass Graves of Children from Sex Trafficking in Ukraine in April 2022

By Michael A. Fuchs

Putin Finds Mass Graves of Children from Sex Trafficking in Ukraine in April 2022.

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Jordan Peterson EXPOSES Bill Gates Nasty Plan

Jordan Peterson EXPOSES Bill Gates Nasty Plan

Jordan Peterson EXPOSES Bill Gates Nasty Plan

By J P Education

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H00P0N0P0N0
Thank you for speaking up for our farmers. It’s a bloody disgrace what they are doing to them.

LuCasley 20
Thank you Dr. Peterson for speaking about this! The farmers are being impacted greatly by these despicable actions.

Catherine Jones
Exposing evil is a necessary task right now. We are on the cusp of losing it all or saving ourselves. Thank you for getting the truth out.

Mia Cat
How did we ever get into this position of being dictated to buy complete psychopaths?

Josh Swicegood
I loved how Jordan just found every word he could find to mock blackface Trudeau. That was funny.

Szusza Webster
Dr. Peterson says exactly how I feel. We couldn’t be stupider if we were trying. I’ve felt this way for 2 years now and I’m glad someone out there with a voice is saying it out loud.

Gene Shepherd
Bill gates “computer nerd” is now a self proclaimed, vaccine expert, and agricultural expert.
That says it all.

Elkana Aggrey
Never heard Bill Gates say lets grow trees because that’s the fundamental way of compating climate change.

immy Cooker
Excellent analysis on one of the most important topics of our lifetime. The authoritarians are tightening their grip but the good people of the world are standing strong. God bless the people that resist tyranny.

Zippy Doohdah
They’ve accumulated that much wealth and power through it, they’ve started to act like gods controlling everything .

Thijs Groeneweg
Great conversation about a serious problem we’re facing here in The Netherlands. Our delusional government is going crazy at the moment, most of them having a double agenda.

BleedingKansas
It’s nice to see mainstream intellectuals speaking on ideas that people, conservatives included used to call us crazy for thinking.

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President Putin Blasts West’s ‘Predatory’ Food ‘Swindle’

President Putin Blasts West’s ‘Predatory’ Food ‘Swindle’

President Putin Blasts West’s ‘Predatory’ Food ‘Swindle’

By RT News

“Predatory” monetary and trade policies pursued by the US and its allies are the primary cause of the global food crisis, Russian President Vladimir Putin has said.

Western nations are using their wealth and ability to print money to vacuum up food products from the global market, the Russian leader said during a government meeting on Tuesday. The unfolding crisis has been in the making for several years, he claimed.

“Some leading nations have financial and food policies that led to the result we are observing now,” Putin said, adding that the behavior could be described as “predatory, without any exaggeration.”

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Vladimir Putin Responds to Threats From Penny Wong

Vladimir Putin Responds to Threats From Penny Wong

By Aussie Cossack

A shocking escalation. This is what happens when Penny Wong and Richard Marles play Russian roulette with a mobilised nuclear superpower.

Honestly, what was Penny Wong thinking when she dragged Australia into a war with Russia!?!

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ItsCrazy
One of the best things about dude is that he never takes credit for himself when he achieves something . he always respect us, the audience, and his team, and he is always polite in all of his video. we congratulate ourselves on this achievement more to come and everything to come.
Let’s we all just appreciate the content this man and his crew makes it’s just a masterpiece imagine what’s he’s gonna doing the future.
I hope this channel never ends and keeps spreading happiness.

Barbara Gondek
GLORY to Russia and Russian people. Mr. Putin is the best President in the world.

Rick McCargar
The corrupt permanent establishment never allows the best people to make it to the top.

Klaus Schwab
with so many vested interests trying to escalate the situation it feels like war is inevitable at this point.

hyphen pearce
As a Canadian watching all this from the other side of the world, I endorse this message!

buck dancer
I dont think putins interests align with Australia’s however going to war unprovoked is probably the stupidest thing we could achieve.

Bayan
If the WEF clowns seriously think they can stop flights for poorer people by 2030, and this trajectory Australia is going in, I’m thinking of moving out to Russia in the near future with my family. Seems like not many good places left in the world to live with proper human rights.

Dev Bradley
Haven’t we got enough problems here without sticking our noses into things which don’t concern us?
Remember people, “you can’t hug your children with nuclear arms”.

Elizabeth Wilson
I still don’t understand why everyone needs to fight each other. Be happy with the lands we do have and focus on helping others.

Joel Dalton
I want to see people like the Cossack stand for parliament but sadly I think its too late. We’ll need the Cossack in the rebuild.

Anna
Stay out Australia not our fight and concentrate on what is happening in our Country!

ShimAzu 7
Can’t understand why Australian government and rest of the western world government doesn’t take Russia more seriously for the sake of their own citizens . Putin aren’t joking !

E B
I was calling out this concern back when Morrison first stuck his nose into Russia’s business – he set us, so irresponsably on a path to confrontation. Would Putin settle for the people handing over their politicians to him – he can do what he likes to them then. I could really see Morrison and Co. farming potatoes on a remote farm in Siberia.

Me Me
Mate there are treaties in place that obligates us to stand with the UK and the us… We are literally run by America, a friend of mi e has made so much money by simply watching U.S. trends and investing in or buying the rights for those trends in Australia… we stand no chance against the Russia and China but when you really look at the situation at hand, it will be Russia, China, North Korea, India many European, African and Middle Eastern countries also, look at what the West did in Afghanistan 20 years of a previously proven unwinnable war to over throw a government that is not only still in power but they left millions of dollars worth of weapons and technology over there, thousands of lives lost for nothing Afghanistan is worse off now than it was when the war was first started Russia had the common sense to see it couldn’t win in Afghanistan and bowed out once it realised! There are so many countries the West has just ruined there cultures and cities for nothing more than financial gain. Those countries have not forgotten, Iran will not be signing the nuclear treaty. Mate it all already written on the wall, if the West does not realise what is going on we will perish, it doesn’t have to be this way but likely will and the propaganda is crazy the amount of real and true information being kept from us is just insane!

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Anti-Trump Legal Expert Reveals Real Motives in Mar-a-Lago Case: It’s a Dynamite Story

Anti-Trump Legal Expert Reveals Real Motives in Mar-a-Lago Case: It’s a Dynamite Story

Anti-Trump Legal Expert Reveals Real Motives in Mar-a-Lago Case: It’s a Dynamite Story

By Conrad Black

It’s with regret and some trepidation that I take issue on a legal matter with someone whom I like and respect as much as I do Andy McCarthy, the prominent legal affairs commentator and contributor to many publications, websites, and television programs. But like many other intelligent and otherwise convivial people I know, he’s unfortunately incapable of speaking or writing rationally about Donald Trump.

McCarthy has a particularly baneful influence on the discussion of Trump-related issues because he naturally brings to it the gravitas of his legal expertise and apparently authoritative articulation. But this is the same McCarthy who wrote to me five years ago that he had taken a “deep dive” into a lot of confidential material and concluded that Trump was guilty of serious misdeeds in his relations with the Russians.

And, as with other intelligent and otherwise likable people partly propelled through each day by an almost pathological hatred of the former president, when the Russian argument evaporated without a trace, not a word of remorse, embarrassment, or even inferable acknowledgment of a mistake followed. It was briskly on to the next conjuration of Trumpian outrages and delicts.

On the National Review website on Sept. 24, McCarthy fired the most unrigorous and imprecisely directed broadside that I have seen from him on this subject. He wrote that Trump was obviously guilty of an indictable offense in the document controversy that led to the FBI’s ransacking of his Palm Beach home.

It wasn’t precisely stated what offense he committed, but it seemed to be willful noncompliance with a subpoena requiring the production of certain documents that had been wrongfully removed and about which the former president was allegedly trying to clear himself from such a charge by a defense imputed to him by McCarthy of determining in his own mind that the relevant material was declassified because he wished it so and in accordance with a doctrine of automatic declassification of certain matters that he had promulgated among his staff but of which staff members were, according to McCarthy, unaware.

In fact, as McCarthy knows, declassification isn’t really relevant to whatever case the Justice Department may think it has.

To formulate this case against the former president is itself a reduction of the subject to absurdity. There has been no suggestion, other than by the Trump-hating media, that the former president was careless with highly confidential material that could affect U.S. national security, and the photograph issued by the Department of Justice of a range of documents marked classified, spread out on a carpet of the former president’s home, as if he had left them in that place himself, is indicative of the desperation of the DOJ to cooper together some plausible complaint from the farrago of nonsense that it has stirred up.

A departing president can take copies of whatever he wants, as they were in his custody in an official capacity; he has an unlimited security clearance, and he can declassify, explicitly or otherwise, anything in his possession while he’s president. McCarthy’s laborious and slightly pedantic assault upon his caricatures of several of the ex-president’s counsels’ defense arguments don’t in themselves approach the necessary threshold of indicating that a crime was committed.

The fact that McCarthy’s piece is substantially nonsense doesn’t for an instant mean that it isn’t interesting, useful, and timely. He delivers the customary Trump-hater’s ex-cathedra assertions of the emptiness of the Trump argument that the 2020 presidential election was rigged, and, as usual, even with the most distinguished of such people, he completely avoids the principal arguments that make that case.

The unconstitutionality of many of the voting and vote-counting methods, particularly in the swing states of Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, which are the basis of the “Big Steal” argument, is completely ignored. Instead, and despite McCarthy’s commendable loyalty to his former boss, Rudolph Giuliani, he busies himself ridiculing that effort with justified acerbity. The Giuliani claims weren’t substantiated, and even if they had been, they weren’t consequential.

As many, myself included, have written and said publicly, Trump has himself to blame yet again for many of these problems. He foresaw and publicly warned of the dangers of ballot harvesting, but did nothing effective to prevent it, was late responding to it, and allowed his contestation of the election to be colored and discredited by what was, and as McCarthy and many others of Trump’s enemies have declared, essentially just a legal trick-or-treat show.

The airtight sacred oath of secrecy that the entire American national political media have spontaneously taken that 2020 was an unquestionably fair presidential election is an astounding and possibly unprecedented act of mass denial of the obvious by a huge group of well-informed people, many of them of upright character and high intelligence; perhaps someday it will be adequately explained.

Everyone knows that there were potentially millions of harvested ballots that weren’t verified as authentically reflecting the voting preference of a real voter. And everyone knows that the judiciary at all levels refused to hear any of the cases that could have altered the election result. There were 19 of them, including the direct lawsuit of the attorney general of Texas in which he was joined by 18 other state attorneys general against the states that the plaintiff alleged had failed in their constitutional duty to ensure that national elections were conducted fairly in their states.

For McCarthy to fail to present any rebuttal of the real argument over the authenticity of the 2020 presidential election result is very telling.

But the most welcome revelation in McCarthy’s treatment of this ludicrous pseudo-legal gasconade is his sympathetic summary of the challenging strategic and executive decision that the Democratic presidential reelection campaign leaders must make.

These are, first, that as prosecuting Trump might knock him out as a presidential candidate in 2024, and he’s the candidate the Democrats would most like to face, should he be indicted? And, second, if he is, would it cause inconvenient emphasis on the inconsistent treatment of Trump and Hillary Clinton, who was allowed to swan through the egregious destruction of subpoenaed evidence that McCarthy tacitly acknowledges was an infinitely greater offense than anything Trump did?

McCarthy must realize that this confirms what practically every serious observer has long recognized: that this is a straight political question. It was a political decision to invade the former president’s home, and is a political decision whether to lay a (likely spurious) charge. Before taking that decision, the Democratic Party strategists will presumably notice that, contrary to what McCarthy writes, the case, on anything we have seen so far, is a Swiss cheese, and proceeding with it could leave the political managers of this administration in a state of almost ineradicable disgrace. Presumably, somebody in authority might still be disposed to think of such considerations.

Whatever they decide, they shouldn’t imagine that, if he chooses to seek reelection, Trump will be easy for this administration to defeat whether he’s charged over the Keystone Kops affair at Mar-a-Lago or not.

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