“What a difference a week makes, they’re getting ready for war and didn’t have a second thought about it … [they] told me it’s simply their duty to fight back.” @scottmclean on a Ukrainian brewery that has switched from producing beer to making Molotov cocktails. pic.twitter.com/IFrJg90278— CNN (@CNN) March 2, 2022
Morally, legally, and tactically, the right approach: in essence, "Molotov cocktails or tea—it's your choice."— George Conway? (@gtconway3d) March 2, 2022
God bless these Ukrainians. https://t.co/TpKaBb7BYs
Apparently, these people listened to CNN and the Twitter Bubble General Staff who have been urging them to throw Molotov cocktails at Russian tanks.
Note: We’re not cheering this on.
We didn’t want this war or any of the previous ones.
As we pointed out last night, every major American geopolitical thinker of the last 75 years – George Kennan, Henry Kissinger, Zbigniew Brezenski, John Mearsheimer, Noam Chomsky and so on – thought it was too dangerous and provocative to expand NATO into Ukraine. Everyone except John McCain, Lindsey Graham and the Twitter Bubble General Staff thought this would end in catastrophe for Ukraine for obvious reasons. This war could have been as easily avoided as the Iraq War.