Putin is evil and must be stopped as he wages relentless war on a Ukraine that voluntarily disarmed in response to security guarantees offered by the U.S. government, argues Capt. Gary Tabach (Ret.), the first Soviet-born U.S. military officer who has been working in Ukraine to support the war effort.
In this interview on The Sentinel Report with Alex Newman, Tabach says the corruption in Putin’s Russia, and corruption among the higher-ups in Ukraine, is extensive, and must be reined in. He also offers his insight what is happening having been there in Ukraine during a lot of the conflict, and his opinion on what the US could do to help.
Alex points out that he does not agree with all of Tabach’s views on the U.S. role in the conflict, but it’s a fascinating discussion featuring somebody who has been on the ground and on the front lines.
In News, Alex goes through:
–In a new paper titled Climate Homicide: Prosecuting Big Oil for Climate Deaths, Public Citizen’s David Arkush and George Washington University law professor Donald Braman contend that “if our criminal legal system cannot focus more intently on climate crimes—and soon—we may leave future generations with significantly less for the law to protect.”
–Louisville, Colorado, have decided to ban any new gas stations from moving into their city.
Currently, Louisville has a population of 21,000 people and only six gas stations.
–One of most famous trans kids, Jazz, breaks down on camera after endless surgeries, genital mutilation, etc. Mother started “transitioning” him at 5 years old. Pray for him.
–USA Today gives woman of the year award to man impersonating a woman serving in MN legislature.
–Group of black students forced group of white students to kneel and say black lives matter
–Mexico’s President AMLO says the United States cannot talk about human rights with Julian Assange detained, cartel violence with President Joe Biden bombing the Nord Stream pipeline, or democracy while arresting the leading presidential candidate, Donald Trump.
–The UN cultural agency UNESCO is silent as the Chinese Communist Party obliterates the culture, religion and identity of Uyghurs in what experts say constitutes genocide.