We Will See Death Squads in Europe.
I am an Engineer, not a politician. So I don’t know how else to say this, but it is something that needs to be said.
I am not the only one saying it, and I should have said it before now, but better late than never I guess.
The logic is simple, but maybe too horrendous for most to accept, initially, so read it through a few times, watch the videos linked if it doesn’t immediately sink in. Actually, watch the videos anyway, they are very educational.
- There are folk in Ukraine who boast of being members of death squads. There are regiments of them, both formal and informal, in offical military positions and otherwise ruling all by terror in a way that no-one, not even their premier dares speak out against them. They are proud of what they do, because they believe it is “Right”, they do not see their victims as humans.
2. Billions of dollars worth of the deadliest street weapons on Earth are flooding into Ukraine. Seasoned Police armed with standard police issue weapons in the US trying to deal with child killers every week, are literally outgunned by a single person with weapons like these. That is why they hesitate to rush in now, when kids are being massacred by lone killers. The police getting themselves massacred in addition, helps no-one.
So as an Engineer, I put those two pieces of logic together.
Then add that we have prepared the channels for anyone reasonably determined to make their way out to all other countries in Europe, and we have an almost perfect trojan horse.
Special priveliges and even invites, for all refugees from Ukraine, no questions asked.
Will some of these low-lifes armed with assault weapons or otherwise escape Ukraine?
Of course they will.
Squads of them.
Their mission will be to silence us, from calling them out.
Watch that space, but don’t do it silently.
Like Mr Niemoller above laments, speak up, call it out before it’s too late.
Don’t wait until we are as scared as those in Ukraine.
Credits: To Various good folks who’s identities I won’t add here other than as linked; thanks, friends, for opening my eyes.