Brandon J. Weichert joined The Epoch Times’ Gary Bai to discuss his recent Washington Times article about SpaceX providing critical support for Ukraine in their war with Russia.
Based on his actions, his rhetoric, and his associations with men like Aleksandr Dugin, then, Vladimir Putin is no defender of Western Civilization. On the contrary, Mr. Putin is attempting to destroy Western Civilization. And he just might get what he wants.
Eight important stories from around the world on 3-21-22 that you may have missed this morning…
Mainstream American analysts have been wrong from the start on the war in Ukraine. Even if they have gotten some details correct, they are missing the picture: there is no rolling Russian power back in Ukraine and should Russia exhaust itself militarily, there is no guarantee that Putin will not attempt to escalate into a wider regional war–with WMDs having been deployed–nor is there a guarantee that any diplomatic settlement will be conducive to Washington or Kiev.
The reason Putin didn’t invade Ukraine under Trump was simply because Putin feared Trump whereas Putin does not fear–or respect–Joe Biden. That’s the unvarnished truth.
Putin’s invasion of Ukraine may have exposed how China planned on invading Taiwan this Fall.
The KGB connection to the oligarchs and Putin’s reign is essential for understanding the truth about the prospects of internal regime change. It is unlikely to come soon because the oligarchs are part of the structure that was created in the final death agonies of the Soviet Union to preserve the KGB’s power. They are all in this together.
Chinese-affiliated Social Media reports that the recent earthquake in Qilian Shan in Northwestern China may have been a covert Chinese nuke test. I explain why that might be and how the China-Russia alliance may not be as strong as some are saying…
In his recent Asia Times op-ed, Brandon J. Weichert warns, “When fear, honor, blood, interest and ambition are on the line, do not expect reason to win the day.”
When asked by OAN’s Kara McKinney what’s the most unexpected thing I learned about US space policy, I answered: “How unaware even our political leaders about space.” It where America will lose the next war.