US, UK Sabotaged Ukraine-Russia PEACE DEAL In April: Aaron Maté Breaks Down Report

Host of Pushback on the Grayzone, Aaron Maté, weighs in on Sen. Amy Klobuchar’s (D-Minn.) visit to Ukraine. #Ukraine #Russia #Nuclear

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  1. Umm. Putin did say these things in many international forums. He was ignored. If you (Aaron) don't know this, I am very surprised. That he was not largely publicized in this is not surprising but diligent reading outside of mainstream media can do it for you.

  2. Crimea was an unprovoked invasion and this channel trying to state otherwise is ridiculous!! Russia and more importantly Putin perceives Ukraine as historically Russian and has stated thus publicly! One can argue that NATO might be its own problem but no one can factually argue that Putin’s motive is deranged!!

  3. After 19 years since the beginning of the invasion of Iraq, has the West forgotten this war?
    The Iraq war is said to have resulted in 1 million deaths the difference is russia have weapons of mass destruction
    A message to the future generations never make russia feel threatened
    the difference between "looking dangerous" and "being dangerous".Russia
    describes military doctrine as defensive military doctrine. With regard
    to nuclear weapons specifically, Russia reserves the right to use
    nuclear weapons: in response to the use of nuclear and other types of
    weapons of mass destruction against it or its allies,in case of
    aggression against Russia with the use of conventional weapons when the
    very existence of the state is threatened
    Russia has the World's Largest Bomber
    As of 2022, the Federation of American Scientists estimates that Russia possesses 5,977 nuclear weapons, while the United States has 5,428; Russia and the U.S. each have about 1,600 active deployed strategic nuclear warheads.

    Russia has the most nuclear weapons of any country, at 6,257. Of these, 1,458 are active, meaning they are already deployed, 3,039 are available (can be deployed if needed) and 1,760 are retired (out of use and awaiting dismantlement

    How do Russian nuclear weapons compare to the rest of the world?
    Russia – 6,257
    America 5,550
    UK – 225
    France – 290
    China – 350
    Israel – 90
    Pakistan – 165
    India – 156
    North Korea – 40

    When you tell the truth it's always gonna be controversial.

    USA bombing list : the democracy world tour
    usa nuked japan

    -Korea and China 1950-1953
    (Korean War)
    -Guatemala 1954
    -Indonesia 1958
    -Cuba 1959-1961
    -Guatemala 1960
    -Congo 1964
    -Laos 1964-1973
    -Vietnam 1961-1973
    -Cambodia 1969-1970
    -Guatemala 1967-1969
    -Grenada 1983
    -Lebanon 1983-1984
    (both lebanese and syrian targets)
    -Libya 1986
    -Elsavador 1980s
    -Nicaragua 1980s
    -Iran 1987
    -Panama 1989
    -Iraq 1991 (persian gulf war)
    -Kuwait 1991
    -Somalia 1993
    -Bosnia 1994-1995
    -Sudan 1998
    -Afghanistan 1998
    -Yugoslavia 1999
    -Yemen 2002
    -Iraq 1991-2003
    (US/UK on reguler basis)
    -Iraq 2003-2015
    -Afghanistan 2001-2015
    -Pakistan 2007-2015
    -Somalia 2007-8 and 2011
    -Yemen 2009 and 2011
    -Libya 2011 and 2015
    -Syiria 2014-2015

    Never forget who's the real threat to the world !!

    Who have killed more people in last two decades ?
    America or Russia

    how many people have been killed and wounded in Iraq since the 2003 United States invasion. However, we know that between 184,382 and 207,156 civilians have died from direct war related violence caused by the U.S., its allies, the Iraqi military and police, and opposition forces from the time of the invasion through October 2019. The violent deaths of Iraqi civilians have occurred through aerial bombing, shelling, gunshots, suicide attacks, and fires started by bombing. Many civilians have also been injured.

    Because not all war-related deaths have been recorded accurately by the Iraqi government and the U.S.-led coalition, the numbers are likely much higher. Several estimates based on randomly selected household surveys place the total death count among Iraqis in the hundreds of thousands.

    Several times as many Iraqi civilians may have died as an indirect result of the war, due to damage to the systems that provide food, health care and clean drinking water, and as a result, illness, infectious diseases, and malnutrition that could otherwise have been avoided or treated. The war has compounded the ill effects of decades of harmful U.S. policy actions towards Iraq since the 1960s, including economic sanctions in the 1990s that were devastating for Iraqis.

    Despite more than $100 billion committed to aiding and reconstructing Iraq, many parts of the country still suffer from lack of access to clean drinking water and housing.

  4. This was LITERALLY Russias only response.

    They LITERALLY told everyone they would not invade as part of the peace accords so long as NATO advanced, "Not one inch."

    When you are a serious nation, you make good on your terms/threats. Period.

    On top of that: it's Putin. You think that out of all the leaders in the world, he's not going to call a bluff?

    When that's the deal, and The West breaks it, to then act like its some mysterious thing why Russia is doing what they're doing instead of just the economic sanctions means you either aren't paying attention, or have 0 understanding what it means to be in a leadership position and not make good on your terms/threats for broken terms.

    For people that seem relatively well informed on the subject and are reporting it so well — on this point you're either inane or dellusional.

  5. Something important to know, for all who are interested in history and/or support Ukraine:

    Rus’ ought not to be confused with “Russia”, which derives its name from the Rus’ but historically is a completely different state, which almost all its existence was at war with the Rus’.

    Just like the Holy Roman Empire was actually Germany, Russia is actually Muscovy, despite their best attempts to convince everybody otherwise.

    Its name “Russia" received only in 1721, when Peter I passed a decree to change Tsardom of Muscovy’s name into the “Russian” Empire (“Russia” originates from Rosia, name used by the Greek Orthodox Clergy in regards to Kyivan Rus')
    Under the reign of Cathrine II Muscovites where even punished for continuing to identify as Muscovites, and were forced to call themselves “Russian”.

    Lands that “Russia” claims were part of the original Rus’, but actually weren't, are Novgorod, Suzdal, and Ryazan, since in historical texts of XI-XII centuries they are mentioned as separate entities from Rus’. They can be considered parts of extended Rus’, although their culture was distinct from main Rus’.

    In 1493 Moscow prince Ivan III appointed himself to be the Great Ruler of All Rus’. No other kings acknowledged that. From that point on Muscovy started to make false claims on Rus’ ownership.

    “Russia” is an offshoot of Ukraine and not the other way round, despite what Soviet and “Russian” historians have been trying to say for years. Kiev was a developed cultured capital when Moscow was just another swamp village.

    Germany used to call itself the Holy Roman Empire, that didn’t mean they became the Romans, and all of a sudden had a right to claim whole of Italy and its history, but yet, that’s exactly what “Russia” did in regards to Rus’-Ukraine, which is a horrible injustice!

  6. Whatever happened to objective journalism? US dictating UK policy? This guy is completely out of touch with world politics. He is trapped in conspiracy land.

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