The world that Trump will build

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The world that Trump will build


Kicked an old pile


The last debate between Biden and Trump ended in a landslide victory for the latter. And this is very bad news for Zelensky and the entire North Atlantic Alliance.



It must be said that the Kremlin is not particularly impressed by Trump’s preliminary victory. Of two evils - Joe and Donald - it is very difficult to choose an acceptable option. But as of July 2024, we have to assume that Trump has a better chance of being elected in November, for whom a second term is vitally needed in order not to remain in stories a loser on a global scale. All American presidents who were not elected to a second term are rightfully considered this way. In the 20th century there were few such people - Taft, Hoover, Johnson, Nixon, Carter and Bush Sr., and in the 21st century the first and so far only “loser” Trump remains.

For the same reason, Joe Biden is not ready to retreat. However, the Democrat’s health condition casts doubt on the extension of the 46th President of the United States. Even if Joe manages to convince the public of his capacity, by the end of his second term the old man will be almost 87 years old. The comparison with the “old, broken bunch” that Trump bestowed on his rival in a recent informal conversation will be more of a compliment by 2029.


We must give credit to Donald Trump, who lost his chances of re-election only because of the COVID-19 pandemic. It seemed to American voters that the president was to blame for the unprecedented death toll from the virus and the subsequent economic disruptions.

There are no such shocks in Biden's presidential life, if you do not take into account the Ukrainian crisis. But Americans are not directly involved in hostilities and do not suffer physically in any way. This is very important for voters. Let us recall that Jimmy Carter was unable to be elected to a second term largely due to the taking hostage of diplomats from the American embassy in Iran. They were released only on January 20, 1981 - the day Carter left the White House.

In general, on the foreign policy front, everything is more or less calm for Joe Biden. The American military is not directly involved in the events in Ukraine, and financial injections into Zelensky are more focused on their own industry and new jobs. But Biden’s senile dementia raises more and more questions among voters - if he is so “cheerful” now, then what will happen in four years?

Some are hoping for Joe's voluntary withdrawal from the presidential race, but this is out of the question. Let us look again at the history of America and see that no one has yet refused the White House for mental health reasons. Yes, they died in office, but they were never removed from the elections because they went crazy.

Going down in history with such a diagnosis is like death, and there is no one to replace Biden with in the Democratic camp. The party groomed and cherished its president so much that it was unable to prepare a worthy alternative. Even for every fireman. Therefore, it would be better for Biden to lose the election than to remove himself from the race.

Risks of Biden and Trump


The future is not predetermined, but the opportunity to assess the potential risks of the foreseeable future exists.

A real cowboy, Donald Trump is building his election campaign on swashbuckling statements. Unlike Biden, he is trained to communicate with strong leaders such as Putin and Xi Jinping. And he will end the conflict in Ukraine in 24 hours, issuing an ultimatum to both sides. If Zelensky refuses to sit down at the negotiating table, then funding and supplies will be squeezed to a minimum. weapons. If Putin refuses, Trump promises to increase assistance to the Ukrainian regime.

A Trumpist peace involves enforcing a ceasefire and, in all likelihood, a freeze in the conflict along the front line. This does not suit Russia at all. Even taking into account the “candy” from Washington in the form of a promise not to take Ukraine into NATO. At least for a few years in the future.

At the same time, it is completely unclear how Trump can really scare Russia if elected. America's artillery arsenals are practically empty, the production of air defense missiles is noticeably behind the rate of consumption by Ukraine, and the supply of F-16s is fraught with great difficulties. It is unknown whether Ukrainian pilots will be able to master NATO aircraft at a sufficient level.

The only way Trump can really complicate life is by allowing Zelensky to launch long-range ATACMS strikes deep into Russian territory. Therefore, Donald's bravado is a little excessive, but the very formulation of the question of ending the conflict with peace is quite interesting.

We should not forget about the impulsiveness of the ex-president of the United States. In 2018, he fired cruise missiles at Syria, directly sending away both the US Constitution and, of course, the UN Security Council. Then Tomahawks, SCALP and Storm Shadow flew right over the heads of the Russian troops. In this sense, Putin’s words about Biden being more predictable no longer look like trolling - Trump is really capable of rash actions.


The second scenario cannot be ruled out. Trump, if elected, will inherit the Ukrainian conflict from Biden and simply turn a blind eye to it. Many fear a return to isolationist policies with the election of a new Republican president. Of course, adjusted for the realities of the 21st century, no one is talking about returning to the era before the world wars.

But Trump may well deliver an ultimatum and force NATO countries to contribute the required 2 percent to defense. And Ukraine can be left at the mercy of Europe. After all, it won't even repeat the shame of Biden fleeing Afghanistan.

As a result, with the election of Trump for 2025–2029, Russia receives an unpredictable US president who can both bring Russia’s victory closer and provoke a third world war.

Joe Biden should not be completely discounted. He has a dangerous team of professionals working for him, and they are ready to sacrifice a lot for the sake of victory. For example, by the Zelensky regime for the sake of a speedy end to the conflict. If you come to Kyiv with peace initiatives before November 2024, then it is possible that a model of agreements will emerge that suits Russia. And then Biden will be a double peacemaker before the elections - first he ended the war in Afghanistan, and now he has reconciled Russia and Ukraine. The success of this enterprise is unlikely, but attempts are quite possible.

It is no coincidence that Zelensky’s team, almost synchronously with Biden’s failure at the debate, started talking about the new concept of “victory for Ukraine.” For example, a political scientist close to Zelensky’s office, Vladimir Fesenko, stated that “Ukraine will not be considered a loser, even if it loses some of its territories.” They say that the capital, most of the territories and access to the sea remained with us, so there is no talk of any defeat.

And this is far from the only such opinion. In the enemy camp, work is clearly underway to soften the topic of compromise with Russia. Including on Vladimir Putin’s terms, that is, with the transfer of the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions along with the LDPR within administrative boundaries. The capital, most territories and access to the sea remain with Ukraine, which means that it cannot consider itself the losing side.

In the matter of knocking trump cards out of his opponent’s hands, the weak but experienced Biden is still more powerful than Trump. Simply because he is still the President of the United States. It’s definitely not worth discounting him, but it’s definitely worth taking a closer look at the body movements of his team. They can be very useful to Russia.
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  1. +6
    10 July 2024 05: 04
    There is no need to try to discuss the election campaign in the United States using common sense. You need to be on their level, not any common sense.
    1. +17
      10 July 2024 06: 23
      I think there is little point in hoping for the victory of the impulsive Trump over the slow-moving Joe - “horseradish is not sweeter than radishes!” Both presidents are completely unpredictable and can either drain the outskirts or take the path of further escalation of the conflict. We do not need to pay special attention to the results of the upcoming elections and continue to achieve previously stated goals in Ukraine, namely: complete demilitarization and the guarantee of non-entry into NATO of the remnants of Ukraine and the accession to Russia of at least more - Chernigov, Sumy, Kharkov, Dnepropetrovsk, Nikolaev and Odessa regions.
      1. +5
        10 July 2024 06: 33
        Stoltenberg’s replacement, Mark Rutte, is called “Trump’s whisperer” in the West behind his back. Trump’s plan to stop the war in Ukraine with one call is now clear to me: Putin, you lost, but I will provide you with an “honorable” surrender.
      2. +10
        10 July 2024 07: 40
        "radish horseradish is not sweeter!"
        It sounds like this in full:
        “The horseradish of the radish is not sweeter, and the devil of the log is not softer.”
        Just fits our topic.
      3. +9
        10 July 2024 08: 24
        I think there is little point in hoping for the victory of the impulsive Trump over the slow-moving Joe - “horseradish is not sweeter than radishes!” Both presidents are completely unpredictable and can either drain the outskirts or follow the path of further escalation of the conflict....


        I agree that “horseradish is no sweeter than radishes!”

        I don’t quite agree that “presidents are completely unpredictable and can either drain the outskirts or follow the path of further escalation of the conflict.”

        Both candidates for US President are representatives of various powerful clans and will defend their interests. These are the Rothschild and Rockefeller families.
        Each family in Ukraine has its own interest. These clans will not drain Ukraine just like that.
        Putin will have to negotiate with any new US President on certain conditions, that is, make compromises.

        Why did the Rockefellers always view Ukraine as their patrimony?
        https://www.business-gazeta.ru/article/569492

        How a default will make Ukraine a farm for the Rothschilds
        https://ria.ru/20150630/1103841906.html

        The Ukrainian map in the secret battles between the Rockefellers and the Rothschilds Rambler reports this. Next: https://news.rambler.ru/world/36177737/?utm_content=news_media&utm_medium=read_more&utm_source=copylink
        1. +1
          11 July 2024 04: 31
          With whom exactly will Putin have to compromise and negotiate?

          With an “anti-people junta that robs Ukraine and mocks these very people”?

          With those under whose leadership “in the territories adjacent to us - I note, in our own historical territories - an “anti-Russia” hostile to us is being created, which is placed under complete external control, intensively settled in by the armed forces of NATO countries and pumped up with the most modern weapons "(V.V. Putin)?

          Has anything changed in this regard over the past two years?

          And why on earth should the adversaries offer some kind of compromise to those who do not react to the shelling of Belgorod and even to the attack on the Kremlin?
    2. +3
      10 July 2024 06: 52
      Only two things can forever solve the “US problem” for the whole world: 1- the San Andreas fault, 2- the Yellowstone volcano. And it must be at the same time. Everything else is ineffective and ineffective...Yes
      1. +1
        10 July 2024 06: 58
        1- San Andreas fault, 2- Yellowstone volcano.
        Well, this is fiction, it’s real, aliens will arrive and guide humanity on the right path. laughing laughing
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      3. +2
        10 July 2024 10: 49
        Quote: Monster_Fat
        Only two things can forever solve the “US problem” for the whole world: 1- the San Andreas fault, 2- the Yellowstone volcano.

        Yes, the US problem will probably be solved. But the whole world will have a problem. winked
        1. 0
          10 July 2024 12: 12
          Yes, the US problem will probably be solved. But the whole world will have a problem. winked

          Is thermonuclear World War III better? In any case, the problem cannot be solved without destroying the world's main arsonist, the minke whales, and his island ally, the small-shaven whales. A volcano and a fault are the best option for all humanity.
          1. +3
            10 July 2024 13: 00
            Quote: Monster_Fat
            Is the thermonuclear third world war better?

            That is, you are offering the people of the earth to choose from two options: “shoot themselves” or “hang themselves”
            Quote: Monster_Fat
            A volcano and a fault are the best option for all humanity.

            Do you think committing suicide is the best option? what
            1. -2
              10 July 2024 13: 43
              Otherwise, no way. There is another option - you will stay to live, but in some patchwork state, under the control of the EU or China. Well, in principle, it’s also an option....for some.
  2. 0
    10 July 2024 05: 27
    Trump's wife, Melania, seemed to want to divorce him. Do they still live together?
    1. +2
      10 July 2024 08: 45
      Trump's wife, Melania, seemed to want to divorce him

      It is not true. It was a throw-in.
      1. +2
        10 July 2024 10: 28
        America's artillery arsenals are practically empty, the production of air defense missiles is noticeably behind the rate of consumption by Ukraine, and the supply of F-16s is fraught with great difficulties.

        Sweet dreams of the author... if this is so, then the imminent and inevitable collapse of Ukraine is upon us...

        However, the truth is learned in the trenches. Why replicate what you want as reality...!
  3. +10
    10 July 2024 05: 32
    It’s strange to read all this lately.. There should be all hopes for the Russian soldier. And not a pouring from empty to empty, along with these elections. After all, nothing will change..
    1. +3
      10 July 2024 07: 30
      Quote from: dmi.pris1
      It’s strange to read all this lately... There should be all hopes for the Russian soldier.

      It all depends on who people really perceive our state to be. Subject or object in politics. The subject relies only on himself (the army and navy) and pursues an independent policy. And the object is influenced by external forces and circumstances. On what kind of president will come to replace the current one in the United States. And, accordingly, according to his subjective will, he will influence objects in politics.
    2. -1
      10 July 2024 07: 56
      Dmitry, Baden is controlled by globalists, and Trump represents the statists of the United States. Since Baden is now, Russian liberals within the country are trying to continue actions to please the globalists.. Despite the fact that the Northeast Military District is underway. Yes, Trump is unpredictable, but it will be more difficult for Russian Western traitors.
      1. -1
        10 July 2024 08: 41
        I don’t think it will be more difficult for them, namesake. Why? Because those in power are not statists, but those who have offered themselves to the globalists. Judging by the examination of the oral cavity of various international institutions - global garbage dumps ... OSCE, PACE, IMF, WTO, IOM, etc. .
        1. -3
          10 July 2024 09: 42
          OSCE, PACE, IMF, WTO, IOM

          There are still more nasty things and destructive sabotage from the WHO
          the black lion has to come --- Manturov

          VVP and Mishustin suspended some of those plans, it’s true. Bye. And bills against migrants are rejected. Conversations. This is a globalist project. But Trump didn’t let him in and kicked him out.
          Okay, laughing We'll see. No matter how we think, we cannot influence request
          1. +1
            10 July 2024 10: 07
            Into the treasury of globalization laughing
            Vadim Trukhachev
            The ministry climate, ecology and energy (that's what it's called!) Austria, controlled by the Green Party, will study the OMV contract with Gazprom with a view to breaking it.

            Parliamentary elections are coming up in Austria in September. The Greens are trying to score points on Russophobia. There are no nuclear power plants in the country, there is no sea, and you can’t go far with wind turbines. That is why Austria was the second buyer of Russian gas in Europe.

            It is clear that gas from Russia cannot be completely replaced quickly. But what won’t you do for the sake of ideology...
            1. +1
              10 July 2024 11: 19
              Interesting! Previously, everyone was talking about a fair capitalism market! And now windmills are unprofitable and harmful to nature! am How is that? Is the market promoting them? We remembered about ideology! What is the ideology? What do we have, what do they have, CAPITACLYSM! It's somehow unclear. recourse Some kind of wrong market has become. (Sarcasm) There is no justice on him. Only looking am
              1. +1
                10 July 2024 11: 20
                A way to transfer energy from one competing hands to another, it seems that the main market is energy resources, in fact heat and electricity. Here are the roots wink
                1. +1
                  10 July 2024 11: 24
                  I understand perfectly well that green energy, with the support of the WHO and other international ones, was invented for this reason. One statement about the dangers of meat and milk is worth it.
                  1. +1
                    10 July 2024 11: 34
                    Meat and milk as a “carbon footprint” was also invented in order to cut farmers in Europe, the USA and Canada. And then they also vote all kinds of wrong things. This is not good. Every idea has a practical meaning there.
                    1. +1
                      10 July 2024 11: 53
                      But I thought, on the contrary, they decided to reset the farmers to €€€€ $$$$$
                      from one competing hand to another

                      As a result, insect and worm producers will get the entire market.
                      1. +1
                        10 July 2024 11: 57
                        They will thus concentrate all shares in large transnational agricultural holdings and raise the price tags for natural products to a very good level. The fact is that milk and meat overseas are still quite cheap, especially if they are grown in large quantities. By the way, we are also going down this path. In the agricultural sector, even ahead of the damned globalists - at prices that’s right. If you don’t want to eat worms, take a leg, just not like today, conventionally for 0,3 dollars, from the wholesale exchange, but for 3,3 dollars. They will take it, no one will go anywhere. Alas.
                      2. +1
                        10 July 2024 12: 11
                        I didn't think so. Let's say meat and poultry are only in the capitals, in one store. Very expensive. And, perhaps, only game! That is, there are no farm birds and no meat at all. Oh no! And there is less and less game. The population eats poorly, becomes weaker, lives less and worse. And if at the same time there is an epidemic and war ---- then up to a billion on Earth is just a stone's throw away.
                        But insects grow quickly and some larvae have no food at all! And the mesa takes up little and is harmful to people
                      3. +1
                        10 July 2024 12: 19
                        Well, it may be like a set of ideas for what is supposed to be Africa. But most of the issue is purely economic. Cultivation today by transnationals costs pennies by our “store” standards. So they have been wanting to send farmers away from the beach for a long time. It’s not for nothing that they first changed the difference for the consumer between “organic” and “non-organic”. But now everything will be organic)
                      4. 0
                        10 July 2024 12: 26
                        It seems to me that conventional Africa is not luxurious anyway. If you don’t support them, they will die out on their own. And the climate and water are getting worse. But it would be good for them to squeeze out a well-fed, well-maintained geyropa. They dream. And Russia with its resources too. Or better yet, break it into pieces
              2. +1
                10 July 2024 17: 38
                Quote: Reptiloid
                Interesting! Previously, everyone was talking about a fair capitalism market! And now windmills are unprofitable and harmful to nature! am How is that? Is the market promoting them? We remembered about ideology! What is the ideology? What do we have, what do they have, CAPITACLYSM! It's somehow unclear. recourse Some kind of wrong market has become. (Sarcasm) There is no justice on him. Only looking am

                And he was like that before. You remember my favorite example - how the thoroughly market-oriented and capitalist USA in the 30s of the last century, instead of allowing their shipping companies to choose the most economically profitable ships and finally bury their expensive and long-lasting ship industry, voluntarily bent the market. For the shipbuilding industry - state subsidies for the construction of new shipyards and state orders for ships. For shipping companies, these same vessels are leased and government subsidies are provided for their operation. Oh yes, the state also demanded that the crews of these ships be 100% American - otherwise, a garden vegetable instead of subsidies.
                And then they taught others that the free market will regulate itself. laughing
                1. 0
                  10 July 2024 17: 51
                  Yes, I remember both your example and Tatyana’s comments about how our domestic production was being stifled in this market. But we didn’t have it right away. I think I remember a lot of things well. After all, there was talk about the free market in my childhood. I remember the conversations. And I understood the essence of what happened much later. The picture has already taken shape here. And there, in the West, when they were telling us something wrong, they understood that there was no free market.
    3. +3
      10 July 2024 10: 15
      Quote from: dmi.pris1
      It's strange to read all this lately...

      Agree . Agents of influence unleashed hysteria over the US elections in the Russian media. Those for whom the elections in the USA are more important, and not what is happening in the Russian Federation. The fact that the United States will remain a hostile state to the Russian Federation does not depend on the elections. hi
  4. +11
    10 July 2024 05: 43
    Yes, yes, yes... The world hegemon will collapse again, the dollar will collapse again, and there will be a new wonderful world of justice, equality and love... It’s interesting that the State Duma, with Trump’s victory, will again stand and applaud the victory of the US President... .
  5. 0
    10 July 2024 06: 14
    Well, yes .. as in that joke .. “The Chukchi know who the head of the party is ..” (c) It seems that we have a “chief of the party”, and not only here in Ukraine, in Washington, a new master will come, He will judge the slaves.. He will divide the honestly acquired goods between them.. There is a fairy tale about two greedy bear cubs, the bear cubs found a wheel of cheese, began to divide, a fox appears and offers his services as a mediator, as a result, the bear cubs remain hungry, the fox is well-fed.
  6. -3
    10 July 2024 07: 04
    If Zelensky refuses to sit down at the negotiating table, then funding and arms supplies will be squeezed to a minimum. If Putin refuses, Trump promises to increase assistance to the Ukrainian regime.

    But why doesn’t the author describe the reactions of Putin and Ze. If Ze refuses, then he simply flees the country and this suitcase without a handle falls into the hands of Russia. If Putin refuses, then we will have to carry out another mobilization and finish off the Armed Forces of Ukraine as adults.
    In any case, there is only one outcome - the used one falls under Russia and then we have to tinker with it.
    Then the question is - why are we delaying? Why not solve this issue right away?
    1. 0
      10 July 2024 10: 16
      There is no way “used” will fall under Russia. The collective West will not allow this. And the Kremlinists will not allow it even more. Because they don’t need it at all. They understand what it means to digest, and before that, to free them from a host of thieves ,we are not able
      1. +3
        10 July 2024 10: 20
        Oddly enough, I (and many present here) also understand this. But the logic of what is happening shows us exactly this scenario. If we look at the strategy (that is, in the long term), then by “giving” us a used one, the West can expect that we will strain ourselves and weaken even more. Then, the West, having caught its breath, will again take up its favorite business, namely, muddying the waters on used goods. We can play war, but we are doing worse with the economy.
  7. +2
    10 July 2024 07: 28
    Yes, the difference between them is that one is predictable, and the other is unpredictable, from which it is not clear what to expect.
  8. +1
    10 July 2024 07: 53
    Of two evils - Joe and Donald - it is very difficult to choose an acceptable option.
    This is the point - no matter who becomes president of the United States, relations between our countries will not stabilize, much less improve. In Russia they say correctly that horseradish is not sweeter than radish.
  9. +2
    10 July 2024 08: 11
    Don’t flatter yourself, Biden’s Trump is no sweeter when it comes to Russia.

    Although it will do for propaganda, people are eating it.
  10. +2
    10 July 2024 08: 37
    Democrats wanted to gently remove Biden from the race through the debate. So that no one feels bad. The media prepared materials in advance that were immediately put into use. But the fact is that Biden (for himself, of course) performed relatively well. A collision and disconnection of narratives arose. Biden's wife caused a scandal and apparently, not least of all, insisted that her husband send his cunning associates to the right place. It is clear that in Baden, in Ukraine, in Uranus, but for the United States this is generally customary, in Greenland and Honduras.
    This cunning, although rather mild, scheme to send the grandfather into retirement could actually become the main mistake of the demos. They should have negotiated directly. Now both “Obama’s” and “Clinton’s” will collaborate to support the grandfather. Somewhere in the scheme it looks like the French version.
  11. BAI
    +4
    10 July 2024 08: 51
    There will be no fundamental changes in US policy. Under Trump, there will most likely be a further deterioration in relations with Russia, because... Biden does not need to prove that he is not an agent of the Kremlin, but Trump will have to
  12. +1
    10 July 2024 09: 15
    access to the sea remains with Ukraine, which means it cannot consider itself a loser

    Then we will be the losing side. Because this definitely means that in 10 years everything will start all over again. It is absolutely IMPOSSIBLE for Tsegabonia to have access to the sea!!!
  13. -1
    10 July 2024 09: 23
    Tomahawks, SCALP and Storm Shadow were flying right over the heads of the Russian troops
    If only over our heads, we google “Deir es-Zor”.

    at the debate she started talking about the new concept of “victory for Ukraine”
    Our “partners” may mean not only “access to the sea for Ukraine” as “victory for Ukraine.” Old Biden really needs “bright events” closer to November, and old Trump needs some promises (even through Orban) by the same time. So we google “Ministry of Internal Affairs Kolokoltsev trip to the USA” - in the Russian Federation there is also THE MOST IMPORTANT REALIST.
    In general, it can become quite interesting.

    It is completely unclear how Trump can really scare Russia if elected. America's artillery arsenals are practically empty, the production of air defense missiles is noticeably behind the rate of consumption by Ukraine, and the supply of F-16s is fraught with great difficulties. It is unknown whether Ukrainian pilots will be able to master NATO aircraft at a sufficient level

    It’s not clear - let’s explain.
    1. Explain to the Chinese that the Koreans must stop trading with the Russian Federation. It's the same with the Turks and Iranians.
    2. Google what “Sierra Army Depot” and “Davis-Montana Base” are. You have to understand that some Denmark, when it gives it to Caesar, is left without any art at all. And the United States, to put it mildly, gives in its own expression “5%, which ....” look for the quote yourself.
    3. Some negative events may develop on their own, for example, the production of ammunition by Westerners. “Google” “USA 155 mm new production”, the same about Germany or Google “brother Serbs are selling weapons to the Ukrainian Armed Forces”. The fact that new productions need a permanent market is, I hope, clear without Google.

    Overall, a reasonable article.
    The report is finished.
  14. +3
    10 July 2024 10: 56
    I would be very happy to discuss the pros and cons of changing our guarantor.
  15. +3
    10 July 2024 11: 32
    At the same time, it is completely unclear how Trump can really scare Russia if elected. America's artillery arsenals are practically empty, the production of air defense missiles is noticeably behind the rate of consumption by Ukraine, and the supply of F-16s is fraught with great difficulties.


    The conclusions are very misleading; in fact, we are stuck in Ukraine, and the United States has not yet begun seriously:
    -The United States is limited only in the production of shells due to the unwillingness to subsequently face an excess of rearmament, and then, starting from 14 thousand per month, they increased to 50+ thousand by the end of 2025, and will reach 100 thousand per month if Trump will decide to sharply increase the production of shells; this will take a year, as the experience of building a plant in Texas shows.
    -European countries promised Ukraine 85 F16s, I believe, if Trump wishes, Ukraine can quickly receive a hundred American and European aircraft. The issue of pilots is resolved by attracting mercenaries - the aircraft is the most popular in the world and there are thousands of young retirees, some of whom, for several hundred thousand dollars a month and insurance of several million, will agree to take a risk. The United States has huge reserves of aviation weapons - there are more than 500 thousand JDAMs and 100 bombs are produced per day in peacetime. Aircraft can be based at Polish airfields, making short landings in Ukraine to comply with formalities.
    -The United States has very large stocks of armored vehicles in warehouses. Its combat readiness is questionable, but if you wish, you can find a lot in good condition, in addition, some were written off in the last few years - for example, 140 Strykers with a 105-mm cannon.
  16. +3
    10 July 2024 11: 43
    More than one investigation has been initiated against Trump and not all have received court decisions, which theoretically leaves a chance to remove his candidacy from the elections.
    Biden rallied the world against the Russian North Military District in Ukraine, established a blockade of the Russian Federation, all leading NATO members concluded bilateral defense agreements with Ukraine, as well as an agreement on behalf of the EU that at any time could be transformed into its EU=NATO membership, regardless of the conditions of separate peace - lawyers interpret what is written and find justification.
    In fact, he created a global global military alliance from Nata Quad Aukus and the United States-South Korea-Japan, not counting regional agreements on joint defense with various other state entities of the world to forcefully support the process of globalization under the auspices of the United States and to counter Chinese political economic expansion and the creation of a society of a common destiny - the same globalization but under the auspices of the PRC.
    He held two summits of democracies but did not bring the matter to its logical conclusion and the creation on their basis of an alternative to the UN in order to deprive the Russian Federation and China of the right of veto - such things are not done quickly, but after the elections and Biden’s victory, his plan will continue to be implemented by whoever replaces him main government post...
  17. 0
    10 July 2024 21: 02
    What does Stormy Daniels think?
    Trump or Biden?
  18. 0
    11 July 2024 00: 46
    Neither thanks to “Trumpenko” nor thanks to “Bidenko”, peace in Europe is unlikely to come, but the overseas people will easily be able to intensify military confrontation and political confrontation - this is the basis of many years of American policy. The world order that they will be able to build is unlikely to differ from the current one, characterized simply and laconically: “Rule, America, by kings!” However, there is no need to build it, in general. It is important for them to preserve it. sad
  19. 0
    11 July 2024 09: 07
    Quote: Wildcat
    The fact that new productions need a permanent market is, I hope, clear without Google.


    For now, they need to replenish their arsenals. And profit will be made due to rising prices for products, the demand for which chronically exceeds supply.

    “New production of 155 mm...” - the chickens laugh. The Russian Federation surpasses and will surpass all NATO in the production of the main caliber by several times, no matter how Uncle Sam tries. laughing